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MARRIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865
MARRIED. In this city, July 3d, by Rev. Father Crook. V. G., at St Mary's Cathedral, Mr. William E. Carlile to Miss Mary F. Smith, all of this city, i No Cards. We congratulate our friends on the auspicious event.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865
MASONIC! LODGES. The Olive Branch Lodge, No. 5, meet every Tuesday evening, at their Lodge Room, on Stockton Street. Wethington Lodge, No. —, meet every Thursday evening, in the same place. Victoria Lodge, No. 3, meet every Monday evening, and Hannibal Lodge, No. 1, every Wednesday evening, at their Lodge Room, corner Mason street and Broadway. The Ladies' Pacific Accumulating Benevolent Association hold their Regular Meeting on the Second Thursday in each month at Mrs. Oshorn's, No. 2 Brooklyn Place. Mrs. C. K. SANDERSON, President. James R. Starkey, Secretary. There will be preaching at the A. M. E. I Union Church, Powell street, on Sabbath next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at 24 and "4, P. M. Seats free. All are cordially invited. Sabbath School at 12 o'clock. T. M. D. Ward, Pastor. Preaching in Zion Church, Stockton street, next Sunday, at 104 o'clock, a. m., at 24, p. M., and at 74 in the evening. Sabbath School at 1 P. M. J. J. Moore, Pastor. I i BROWN'S BAKERY. 1223 Stockton Street...
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The Trustees or Livingstone Instituite. A Meeting of the Trustees of Livingstone Institute was convened in Zion Church, Stockton Street, on the 30th of May, at 8 o'clock, P. M., at which it was resolved that a call he through the papers, The Elevator and Pacific Appeal, requesting all the Trustees and Stockholders in the State to meet in San Francisco, on WEDNESDAY, the 2d day of AUGUST next ensuing, at 11 o'clock, a. M., in the Zion Church, on Stockton Street. All to be present without fail, either in person or by proxy. By order of the Hoard, E. JOHNSON, President. i J. J. Moore, Secretary. San Francisco, May 111, [je'2-2m U. 8. 7-30 LOAN. By authority of the secretary of tub Trfftsufy, the undersigned has assumed the Genera Subscription Agency for the sale of United States Treasury Notes, bearing seven ami three-tenths per cent, interest, per annum, known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN Tliese Notes are issued under date June Isth, IBfiS, .uij are payable three years from that time, In ...
(For the Elevator.) NEGRO St FFKAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865
(For the Elevator.) NEGRO St FFKAGE. 15 Reasons in Famr of Negro Suffrage. \ BY J. J. MOORE. Ist—Because it is :i natural right invested in man by his Creator ; by which only he can express his will in reference to ths laws that arc to regulate his social con-' *luct, Any government imposed upon a j class of men, regardless of their approval or disapproval, by political suffrage, is despotic. 2d—Because without the right of suf- ! frage the colored man cannot be a citizen 1 defacto of the country. It is absurd for | the Nation, or any community in it, to pronounce a class of its people citizens,! while it withholds from them the natural, common, and political rights of citizens. 3d—Because political suffrage is the! only means by which men can defend their j jtertunal, civil, and religions liberties. The history of the world shows that the pergonal, civil, and religious liberty of men I has always been put in jeopardy where or whenever men have been politically i disfranchised. 4th—...
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Ice litani and (Vnfcciimiary. MRS. GEOIUiE Kl u.il ii■i-pecMiilly iQform tbe Ladiei-aMI G&lt;'•■b nx ii ol San Francisco that »be bap opeued »ii Ire C't-im and Con ft ctiouarj Eftabliirbait-ut, at Nm. 630 G&gt;een utreet, Dear Powell, where *b« will be bnppy to accommodate all wbo will favor bei witb u call, in Ibe day or •reniog. je3o-tf
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REJOICE, EVERYBODY, Jeff is Captured and Ribellion Crushed ! AND E. FRANK bno on hand a better assortment of GENTS' FINE CLOTHING than ever before, which he will sell on REASONABLE TERMS. tap. Remember the STEAM/ OAT CLOTHING STORE, 213 Pacific Street. je3-tf E. FRANK. SAVE YOUR TEETH! AN aching Tooth if properly treat- ... , , ed and filled, can, —in nearlyiiCjgßtSjft every instance—be rendered of »ei vice for many years. Persons wishing their Teeth attended to. will receive justice, in the quality and prices of Dit. CIIAS. E. LANCASTER'S Dental Operations. FEATURES and FACILITY OF SPEECH restored by natural and easy Uuiu; Artificial Dknturks. Any number of Teeth mounted, on the most improved plan, in a skillful and durable manner. Hay- ORlce open all Night. All Operations warranted 'to give entire satisfaction, or no pay taken. CHAS. E. LANCASTER, DentuH. F 912 Dupont Street. Between Washington and Jackson. Sign of the GOLDEN TOOTH. my2f»-tf TOOTHAKER &amp; MYERS, HORSE SH...
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ix WM, McILWAIN, WATCH No. 524 Battery Street, Opposite Postoffice—two doors from Jackson St. SAN FRANCISCO. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Repaired and Warranted. | »pJB J THE OLD ESTABLISHED MAY FLOWER SALOON, (Atbeiia&gt;um liuilding,) I No. 911 WASHINGTON STREET, j In still open for the accommodation of our friends GEORGE SMITH, Proprietor. I ap2l Union Club Saloon, 734 Pacific St., near Stockton. THIS Popular House of Entertainment is under ibe uiaiiHu"m»*nt of JOHN R. BLAKE, wbo wilt use bin tll'orti to accommodate bis friends and tbe public. Superior LIyUORS, of all kinds, and tbe best quality of CIGARS always on band. ap7 BASS' HAIR DRESSING . .AND.. SHAVING SALOON, 925 Kearny Street. ap7 Monday, January ltitli, 1865,. WILL COMMENCI THE Fourth Term of the San Jose School,; THE Teacher of Ibe School takes pleasure in announcing that tbe Scbool Baildings have been thoroughly repaired, and present an appearance creditable to us as a people. Tbey are com ; fortable and plea...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 7 July 1865
DR. JAMES JACKSON. INDIAN VEGETABLE PHYSICIAN, CURES Corns, Warts, Bunions, Toothache, i Jaundice, Rheumatism, Consumption, Chilblains, Bruises, Dyspepsia, Worms in Children, and all Diseases incidcndal to tbe climate, or the result of accident. OFFICE—No. C 22 Battery street, near I Pacific, up stairs, San Francisco. a^7 ATKINS MASSEY, UNDERTAKER, No. 651 Sacramento Street, rikXT HOUSE BELOW IIiRXT STHKKT. Everything requisite for Funerals at the shortest notice. j Old Georgia Restaurant, [Established in 1849,] ;923 Kearny St., bet. Pacific and Jackson. THE Proprietors of this popular establishment continue the same liberal course of business for which tbe Georgia Restaurant has been noted. Our Larder is furnished with all tbe necessaries aud luxuries the market aflordß, which we offer at the lowest living rates, and Meals served at ALL HOURS, as we are OPEN ALL NIGHT. WILLIAM BRANCH, l p . ap7 WASHINGTON COLYER, j 1 ro P rietors - NATHANIEL, GRAY, UNDERTAKER, 641 Sacramento street...
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Highly Important Discovery. M. HOWARD, World Renowned Practical Hair Dresser t 522 Montgomery Street—up stairs. EXPERIENCED OPERATOR IN ALL DISEASES OF THE HUMAN SCALP, NOTIFIES the Public of tbe great and highly important discovery which he has made— whereby he Prevents the Hair from falling off, and also Rk i'kodi'ck.s Hair ox Bald Hkai&gt;s ! no matter of how long standing. Tbe process is kuowu only to himself, and be has demonstrated the efficacy of it in numerous cases. Mr. Howard has been practicing bis profession in Virginia City, Stale of Nevada, where he baa made innumerable cures of Baldness and £calp Diseases, never failing in any single instance. He bas certificates of bis success from seme of the most prominent citizens of that City, and is perI mitted to refer to many others. j ap7-tf New England Soap Factory J. P."dyer HAVING removed his Soap Factory to tbe Potrero, where be will continue the business of Manufacturing Extra Family, Chemical, Olive and Eureka S...
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
(For the Elevator.) [Communicated.] A little boy, an orphan, too, Whose finger-nails with cold were blue, With tender steps approached a door, Some scanty pittance to implore. The brazen knccker, smooth and bright, Mocked all the efforts of his might. llis little hands its place supplied, And open flew the portal wide. A clergyman of modern date, Less famed for kindness than estate, Now eyed the boy from top to toe, And listened to his ta'e of woe. Said, take this crust—'tis mouldy, too, But still it's good enough for you. The boy received it with good grace, Ard turned about to quit the place. St&lt;p, said the priest, an orphan boy Should not pursue such ba'l employ. Answer me this, pray can y- u read? Oh, no, sir, 'tis a truth, indeed. Not read ! why then you cannot pray ; I'll teach you—after me,thus say, "Our Father, who in Heaven art, Our Father, touch his little heart." Is he your Father, then, and mine ? Yes, says the reverend divine, He the Father of us all— Of rich...
President .lolinaou to the Colored Men. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
President .lolinaou to the Colored Men. The following is the reply of the new Executive to the colored delegation who waited on him May 11th : "In responding to what you have said on this occasion as the representative and organ of those colored men who stand about you, I presume it hardly necessa ry for me to inform them as to what my course has been in reference to their condition. I imagine there is not a colored man within the reach of information but has to some extent been informed upon, and placed in possesion of a knowledge of the course I have pursued in reference to their present condition. Now I shall talk to them plainly. They know I have been born and raised in a slave State ; that 1 have owned slaves, raised slaves, but I never sold one. I'hey know, I presume, that my slaves have been made free, and that there is a difference in the responsibility that persons have taken in reference to emancipation when living in or out of the slave ;States. 'It is very easy for a man...
A Sontli Carolina Hero. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
A Sontli Carolina Hero. j -There was a man in Charleston, Xel- J 'son Mitchell by name, who died about eight month* ago, leaving, I believe, a I wife and two p or and uncared fur. From the beginning ' has reasoned j with the people, and that . ,-only, about the rebellion. Twice he was sentenced ito be hung by a secret rr&gt;i it-try commission, but the authorities never could find ; a man to do the work. A lawyer by profession and an anti-s'averv man by education, he undertook a task which ought jevtr to make his memory honored by the I negroes and those interested in their coni dition. After the unsuccessful attack upon Wagner, in July, 1864, a military court was convened to try the black prisoners j captured from the Fifty-fourth Massa-' chusetts Regiment. It was decided, after some delay, that military courts had ifo jurisdiction in the case, and that the matter should be handed over to the | State. Mitchell volunteered as counsel for the men, and, after a five months' j ...
Prejudice. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
Prejudice. The prejudice of a certain class of the community against the imagined possible contingency of their being reduced to a 8' cial level with the colored rcce, affords a theme for our pen. They imagine that if we give the colo ed man certain rights in common with themselves, that he is thereby made their social equal. This proposition seetrs to us *o absurd that wc can hardly treat it with becoming gravity. There is no disputing the fact that in every element of character that goes to make up a good citizen, there are many colored people who are infinitely superior to many of our own race. There is no rubbing out this fact; and no factitious circumstances of State or National law can change it in the least. When wo hear men as-crt that this is the white man's country, and that the negro should be denied the right to participate in our national celebration', we are almost led to be ievc in the intuit" depravity of the human r.ice, They will not march in procession with the O ...
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Ambrolypes £3 Cents, SILYA'S NEW GALLERY. N. E. corner Kearny and Pine Sts. Card Pictures only $2 per dozen. Don't forget, SJLVA'S NEW GALLERY, N. E. corner Kearny aud Pine Sts. jt'9 2 m WARD'S UNIVERSAL, Hair Dressing, Shaving AND BATHING SAI.OON 912 Kearny Street, between Jackson and Pacific. LADIES and Gentlemen accommodated with Hot and Oold Baths. All kiuds of Perfumery for sale. jt-9 3m NO CURE, NO PAY! GEORGE HOWE'S Infallible Cure for Rheumatism ! READ my Circular, and every Progressionist will understand it. How true the I'ARABLE t'jat God will choose the foolish to cootound the wise, and help him to advance from one standpoint to a higher. Consultation free of charge. Residence on Virginia Place, No. 13. je9-3m GEO. HOWE. OAKLAND FERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry Lino, FROM CORNER PACIFIC &amp; DAVIS STS. CHANGE OF HOURS. ON aud after THURSDAY, MAY 18th, 1865, until further notice, the hours of departure will be as follows, Suuduys excepted : SAN ...
ClicflElrtator. o [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
ClicflElrtator. o SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY JULY 14, 1865. Thk Elevator will bo delivered to city subscribe rs by the carrier at SOcisuts per month. Wo will collect the subscriptions on the first Momliy of every ra:intb, when we hope our friend? will be prepared for us. Subscriptions will be received by D. W. Ilugglos N _&gt;. 310 Jick-on street; R. A. Hall, 917 Washington street ; S. Howard, 320 Davis street; or bv any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obtained as above, and also at White Jfc Bauer's News Depot, 413 Washington street ; G orgia Rei-faurant, 923 Kearny street, aud at this office.
Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 14 July 1865
Call for a State Convention of the Colored Citizens of California. The undersigned, believing that at this time " the wisdom, the virtue, the learning, the wealth, and the piety of our people" should assemble in Convention to deliberate on the political and educational interests, hereby request our leading men throughout the State to make arrangements to cffect the same. A. WADDY, President Public Meeting on May 26th. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE OF SAN FRANCISCO W. 11. Yates, fit M. Collins, J. Madison Bell, W. H. Hall, Jas. P. Dyer, Ed. W. Parker, John J. Meshaw, D. W. Ruggles. F. G BARBADOES, President. S. Peneton, Vice President. J. R. Starkey, Treasurer. S. Howard, Recording Secretary. R. A. Hall, Corresponding Secretary. &lt;3eorge A. Deval, R. W. Davis, •las. E. Brown, William 11. Gibson, Sam'l A. Smyth, Anthony Osborne, 8. R. Robertson, Henry Lewis, ■Win. H. Hlake, Zadok F. Bell, Philip A. Bell, Daniel Seales, Jackson Warren, John Bailey Russell Davjs, Wm. T. Pool, Nap'lean b...