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Mass Meeting in Sacramento. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
Mass Meeting in Sacramento. Sacramento, Sept. 20, 18t&gt;5. A Mass Meeting of the citizens of the city and county of Sacramento was held in the A. M. E. Church. W. 11. Harper was nominated for President, and A. D. Burgliardt for Secretary. The meeting being duly organized, Mr. R. A. Hall was called. He responded by addressing the meeting in a very appropriate speech. Mr. Gale moved that we adjourn, on account of the small attendance from the country, to meet again on the 28th inst. Carried. September 28th, the meeting assembled according to adjournment. Mr. Harper in the Chair. Mr. A. I). Burghardt moved that a vote of thanks be tendered Mr. Hall for his able remarks. Carried. It was moved that a Nominating Committee be appointed to nominate five Delegates to represent the city and county in the "October Convention. The following gentlemen were selected for such Committee : Mr. J. Gale, Mr. Slaughter, and Mr. I. Dunlap, who nominated as Delegates, and were elected, Messrs. W...
Public Meeting in Marysville. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
Public Meeting in Marysville. According to announcement, a largo and enthusiastic meeting of our people was held at the Colored Baptist Church on the 4th inst., for the purpose of electing Delegates to the State Convention which will meet in Sacramento City on the 2. r &gt;th. The Rev. T. E. Randolph was chosen Chairman, and J. B. Johnson, Secretary. After some debate, Mr. K. P. Duplex announced to the meeting that Dr. Bryant of Cainptonville, was elected in his town as one of the delegates. The meeting did not demur, hence we proceded to the nomination and election of E. P. Duplex, unanimously. Whilst we had a pretty full attendance we formed a Standing Committee for this county. On this subject considerable debate occurred, which resulted in the election of the following gentlemen : E P. Duplex, Chairman ; J. R. Johnson, G. W. Rollins, J. B. Johnson, J. Watkins. Therefore all business will hereafter be transacted through the said Committee. At the conclusion our representa...
Letter from Cliicago. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
Letter from Cliicago. Chicago, Sept. 19th Mr. Ekitor :—I have returned to this place, where 1 will rest for the present.— I shall attempt to face the winter here. If the cold is too severe for me, I shall put ! out for New Orleans. I did not like St. j Louis. Be that as it may, you may rely on it, that city is going to be one of the largest in America, If I had money to invest in landed estate, I would invest it at or near St. Louis. The reason is, that property is cheaper than in Chicago and vicinity, and the rise would of course be greater in per cent. Maj. Gen. Fremont and others in company are now preparing to erect extensive ironworks for railroad purposes. Other extensive enterprises arc ' projected, and will speedily go into opera- j tion. lu fact, 1 am satisfied that 1866 will start St. Louis off in a new career of i prosperity—such as she never knew before. My word for it t she will astound the world. She is now a great depot and entrepot for vast quantities of grain, lumbe...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
DIED. Iu this city, Wednesday morning, 11th inst., Henry, son of Anthony Osborn, of Philadelphia, in the 20th year of his ago. [Anglo African and Christian Recorder please copy.] In Virginia City, Nevada, of consumption, Willis Cooper, a native of Louisville, Ky., aged 30 yeas. [Louisville papers please copy.]
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
BP" A meeting of the colored citizens of Mariposa was held on Tuesday evening, Sept. 12,' to elect Delegates to the Convention called by j the Executive Committee of San Francisco, to ! meet in Sacramento on the 20th of October.— ! L. A. Monroe was chosen Chairman, and E. j Smith, Secretary, Several gentlemen addressed the meeting, | when an election took place, and Moses Rogers was unanimously elected. It was then moved that the proceedings be ; published in the Elevator, which was carried. The meeting then adjourned. M.VSOMC LODUES. | The Olive Bianch Lodge, No. 5, meet j | every Tuesday evening, at their Lodge Room, on Stockton Street. Wething-J ton Lodge, No. —, meet every Thursday even- ! ing, in the same place. Victoria Lodge, No. 3, &gt; meet every Monday evening, and Hannibal | Lodge, No. 1, every Wednesday evening, at | their Lodge Room, corner Mason street and ! Broadway. There will be preaching at the A. M. E. I Union Church, Powell street, on Sabbath next, at 11 ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
FOR §ILE. A BARBER SHOP and CATIIING SALOON, at Red Bluff. It i« centrally located, and the best Shop in the place, nnd has a Rood run of cus torn. There are two Ruber's Chair?, and three B ithing Tuba, and the effects entire, and with the exception of the tools in use all in good order. For a pel eon intending to remain in this State a few years, a better investment cannot be found. For particulars inquire of the Proprietor, ROBERT TOLBOT, eel-2m Red Bluff, Tehama County. Relatives of the late george church, of Victoria, who wag lost on the steamer Brother Jonathan on the 30th of July, will please procure proofs of their relationship" and send to the Administrators, A. 11. FRANCIS, M. YV. GIBBS, and N. POINTER, Victoria. Anglo African copy and send bill as above. sel-tf NOTICE TO TIIK GENTLEMEN (IF SAN FRANCISCO. PROF ES SO 11 STK\VA ItT, Proprietor of The lloston hi nasi ii m, Has taken Rooms at No. 530 Merchant Street, To Teacli tl»e Art of Self-Defense r IH) all Gentlemen who ma...
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. Washington, Oct. s.—The President has granted fifty-eight amnesty pardons to day, forty-one of which were to Virginians. Amcng the moje important applications lately filed are those of General Peck, Col. Ould, commissioner of prisoners, and Watts, Attorney-General of the late rebel Confederacy. The Times says, we ascertain, on official authority, that the number of pardons up to and including the warrants signed this day, is 2,050, Among those lately pardoned are L. Pope Walker,first rebel Secretary of War, who gave orders to fire on Fort Sumter. It is proper to state that the cabinet have declined to recommend the pardon of the excepted classes, save those coming under the 13th exception, knjwn as the $20,000 class. New York, Oct. 6.—The Herald's Jackson, Miss., special dispatch of the 4th says, General Humphrey has been chosen Governor. Gov. Sharkey will use every endeavor to have his application for pardon granted. Humphrey's success is considered unfortunate...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
Dr. VV. J. O. BRYANT HAS commenced the PRACTICE of MEDICINE aud he if prepared to give advice in ail disease? incident to the human system, i Correspondents addressing Dr. Bryant, and | 1 giving full symptoms, will be prescribed for, no i matter what the disease. Communications confidential, and either returned or destroyed. Consultations free. Address, Dr. W. J. O. BRYANT, avg2s-tf Camptonviile, Cal. TjILORENCE SEWING Machines, ■*- No. 11l Montgomery street, Fun Francisco. Every Machine sold is warranted to give entire satisfaction. If there are any within one thousand miles of this office that aie not working well, the owner will please inform me, and they will be attended to without expense to them. Instruction given free, whether the) person intends to purchase or not. SAMUEL HILL, Agent. aug2s 3 m Monday, July 31st, 1860, WILL COMMBHCI THE Fifth Term of the San Jose School. r pilE Term will consist of TWENTY WEEKS, JL or fire months, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOARD AND TUITIO...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
BROWN'S HAKE It Y. 1223 Stockton Street, bet. Pacific &amp; Broadway. GREAT reduction of from 20 to f&gt;o per cent. on BREAD, PIES and CAKE*—and made of the beet the market affords. Family trade solicited, and goods delivered by our wagon throughout the city—fresh eveiy day. jy7-tf WM. McILWAIN, WATCH MAKER, No. 524 Battery Street, Opposite PoStoffice—two doors from Jackson St. SAX FRANCISCO. Watches, Clocks and Jewelry Kepitireil nnd Warranted. ap2B S. II OWA R D , Hydraulic HOSE Manufacturer, B Y MAC HI N E SK W INC. QUAR4NTEF.B HIS WORK TO STAND A PRESSURE OF FROM 75 TO 100 FEET FALL. Twenty-five Cents a Yard for Three Seams Sewed with 10 Ply Twine. IT is now over five years that 1 have prosecuted this business alone, through many adversities, and have prospered with all odds against me, being a colored man ; but through the assistance of good Union men, arid by energy, I have thus far succeeded. I herewith return my sincere thank? to all friends, aud the public,...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
TOOTHAKEIi &amp; MYEKS, HORSE SHOEING, Cast Steel Plows Made &amp; Repaired, SHIP WORK AM) DLACKSMITHING, Of all kinds, done to order. No. 116 Washington street, SJIJV FRANCISCO. [ml2-l W3VE. SHERMAN Sz CO., Importers and Dealears O Ij O T H I IST Q- 3 Gent's Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS AND VALISES, 412 &amp; 414 &gt; Sansome St., S E. cor. Commercial, BAN FRANCISCO. apH THE NATIONAL, PICTURE, !' Reading; the Proclamation of Emancipation i in a Slave Cabin," IS strictly a sub=criptinn engraving, and can only be procured through R J. TRUMBULL, 30'2 Montgomery Street. Room No. 9. up stairs,— | General Agent, or EDWARD BARTIIROP, Can I vassiug Agent, or by leaving orders at this office 1 II ENRYC.CO R N I S 11, DRALF.R IN NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Mattrasscs and LJedding, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery nnd llnrdware, 622 BATTERY ST., BELOW PACIFIC. SAN FRANCIS CO. CALiL AND SEE JVEE. Ice Creaiu and Confectionary. MRS. GEORGE would respec...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 13 October 1865
MUSIC. ETCMusic, Embrodiery, And all kinds of FANCY NEEDLE-WORK, Taught by Miss PINDELL, Northwest corner Kcarnv and Brou vay. HAIII WORK taught in all its Branches, inc'uaing Souvenirs, Memorial?. Fiower Work, Or- | naments, etc. 1 Lessons in the Spanish language given by a | Spanish L-idy. Terms reasonable. One of Chickeriug's superior Pianos for the use i of pupils. ANNA P. W. PINDELL. jj2B-tf New England Soap Factory J. P."dyer HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the I'otrero, where he will continue the business i of Manufacturing Extra Family, Chemical, Olive and Eureka Soap. J. P. Dy :n will be glad to see all his old friends and customers at his New Establishment, and as many others as will favor him with their patronage, lie has also connected with the above business, a TALLOW MANUFACTORV. Where he has Tallow for sale in large or small quantities. Orders receivi d at the old Factory, corner of Masou aud Pacific streets. ap7 WHITE &amp; BAUER, GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, 413 ...
Singular Letter from a White Judge to a Black Man. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 20 October 1865
Singular Letter from a White Judge to a Black Man. [From the Little Rock New Era.] The following letter, from the pen of the venerable Jas. A. Butler, of Helena, a member of our General Assembly, is addressed to James Alexander, an intelli gent and wealthy citizen of the latter place. The advice and counsel contained m it applies, of course, equally to all of his race, and is worthy to be followed. The Rev. Mr. Butler, a South Carolinian by birth, and raised in t'.ie midst of the strongest pro-slavery influence, lias not cnly always been a most staunch defender of the Union cause, but has long had a clear perception of the true issue this war was bound to bring about. His bold and dauntless advocacy of the inalienable rights of all mankind has drawn down upon him the bitter hatred of rebels, and he suffered much in consequence during the war. May he live leng enough yet to sec his sacred principles triumph over all the powers of darkness: "Helena, Aug. 15,1865. "Dear Sir : —I feel i...
The sitl» MusKafliiisi'tts Itfiiimciil. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 20 October 1865
The sitl» MusKafliiisi'tts Itfiiimciil. Speaking of the return of the 54th Massachusetts regiment, colored, to Boston, and its warm welcome there, the N. Y. Tribune says : There was a public reception, a review by the Governor and Council at the State| House, another on the common by the, Mayor, an address to his officers and men by Col. Hallowell, and then the regiment was disbanded. The demonstrations of respect were rather more than - have usually been awarded to returning regini nts, even in Massachusetts, which: cherishes her soldiers with an unforgetting affection. They were so paid in this case we presume, because the regiment is a representative one. There were regiments from that State which had seen i more fighting than this, though none which had done any better fighting when occasion offered ; none which had a higher reputation for discipline, patient endu ranee and impetuous valor. But the true | reason why Massachusetts singled out 1 this regiment for peculiar honor is...
Ueceufttruction. etc. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 20 October 1865
Ueceufttruction. etc. A correspondent of the Poston Daily Advertiser, wiitiig from N T e\v York under date of August 12, says : "A convocation of political men of the State of New York was held at Saratoga springs on \\ ednesday. Most of its proceedings have not been made public, but enough is known to warrant the declaration that tlnJ Union men of the State will stand by the President as one man. They have as a general thing little faith in the reorganization of loyal State governments in the eleven recusant States, but are disposed to let the experiment be tried to the utmost. Before President Johnson will tolerate rebel State administrations he will adopt negro suffrage to any necessary sxtent. A resolution was adopted affirming the sacredness vf the national debt, and declaring the man who favored its repudiation, or the assumption of the rebel debt, a traitor, and deserving to be treated as such. This matter is more important than appears to a cursor) view. Saratoga is full of ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 20 October 1865
JOB PRINTING-. CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, etc., Neatly Executed and on Reasonable Terms. ROOM NO. 9, Phoenix Building, cor. Sansome and Jackson sts. Kaf Orders received for HOOK BINDING in every style. SUBSCRIPTIONS received at this Office for the following Works of Art: '•Reading the Emancipation Proclamation in a Slave Cabin." Froof impressions, handsomely framed $7 " President Lincoln at Home." A striking likeness of the late President and youngest son. Proof, framed $5 "In Memoriam." A Lithograph, large size, accompanying "Puck," the Pacific Pictcrial. Price, $2, which entitles the purchaser to tweive numbers of Puck. Subscriptions also received for the New York Anglo African. The first volume of the ANGLO AFRICAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE for sale, containing h portrait ot the celebrated colored Novelist, ALEXANDER DIjMAS. Also, correct likeness in character of IRA ALDRIDGE, the African Roscius. P. A. BELL, Agent. OAKLAND FERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry Line, FROM...
®)C (Kltlrator. O [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 20 October 1865
®)C (Kltlrator. O SAN FRANCISCO: Fill DAY OC rOBER 20, 1865. i Thk Euevator will be delivered to cily subscriber? by the carrier at f&gt;oc«ut» per month. We will collect the subscriptions on the first Monday of every month, when we hope our will be prepared for u?. Subscriptions will be received by I). W. Ruggles No. 310 Jack«on street; li. A. Hall, 917 \\ a.-hing-too street; S. Howard, 3-6 Davis street; or by any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obta ned as nbove, and at White A- Bauer's News D pot. 413 Washington street; Georgia Restaurant, 923 Kearny street, and at Ibis office.