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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
XOTI C K . Persons who have left Baggage at Madame Dupuche's, No. 720 Broadway, will please send and take it away, by the Ist of December, or it will be sold to pay charges. tf MASONIC LODOES. The Olive Bianch Lodge, No. 5, meet every Tuesday evening, at their Room, on Stockton Street. Wething-/\r\ ton 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. There will be preaching at the A. M. E. Union Church, Powell street, on Sabbath next, at 11 o'clock, A. M., at 24 and 74, P. M. Seats free. All are cordially invited. Sabbath School at 12 o'clock. T. M. D. Ward, Fastor. 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.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
informal ion Wanted OF FRANKLIN NICHOLAS AND WILLIS TARBUSH; also, AMANDA COX BOYDS- | DUN. Tliey formerly lived in Piatt couuly, Mis- ; souri. Any information of the above parties will be thankfully received by GEO. W. EOYDSDI'N, Sutter Creek, Amador County, California. Anglo African pb&gt;ase copy three month* and t send bill to office of Tbe Elevator. oc2o if Information Wanted OF ALEXANDER STARKEY, about 17 years of age, He formerly lived with J icob (»oodiug. of Ntfwburn. North Can linn, and was taken | to Richmond in 1854 and sold to a Southern trnder, —since which time nothing has been heard frotn him. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received by his father, JAMES It. STARKEY, San rancifco. Address, Office of The Elevator, Sin Francisco, California. Anglo African will please copy the akov three months, and send bill to this office. [oct2otf Sign Painting, Paper Hanging;, Graining,*etc. THE subscriber having followed the profession of Fainting, in all ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
THE NATION: A Weekly Journal of Politic*, Literature, Science and Art. WILL UK ITBI.IBUKD Jfl.r CTllj^lSfiS. Th:ms—Three dollars per annum, in udvouce ; Six month*, Two Dullaie. ITS MAIN OBJECTS WILL BE: FIRST— -The discussion of the topic* of the day, and, above all, of legal, ecouomical, and couI stitutional questions, with greater accuracy and moderation than aic now to be found in the daily i press. Second—The maintenance and diffusion of truo democratic principles i i society and government, .md the advocacy and illustration of whatever in legislation or in manners seeuis likely to promote a more equal distribuiion of the fruits oi umgrctn and civilization. Third—The earnest and persistent consideration of the condition of the laboring class at the South as a matter ol tital interest to the nation at large' ) with a view to the removal of all artificial distinctions between them and the rest of the population, 1 and the securing to them, as far as education and justice can do i...
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. New York, Oct. Id.—M. Garcia, tliQ Peruvian Minister in Washington, publishes a communication, inclosing an official circular from his Government, warning the American Government and its people against entering into any contracts with the revolutionary authorities of his country, under the lead of Gen. Conzeco. Particular caution is given in regard to the matter of guano. The Chincha Islands, which supply this valuable article, are now in possession of the revolutionists, but the Government de facto announces that any person exporting guano thence, under a permit from Gen. Conseco, will be considered depre dators, and prosecuted. The Herald's Washington special dispatch Bays, A riot occurred at the Baltimore depot, on the 15th, between the 107 th colored regiment, recently assigned to garrison in Washington, and a detachr ment of white troops, preparing to go North by the 11 o'clock train. Muskets, pistols and bayonets were freely used. A corporal of the colored...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
"CILORENCE SEWING Machines, ■ No. 11l Montgomery street, Sun Francisco. Every Machine sold is warranted to give entire satisfaction. If there are any within one thousand miles of tins 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 3m C. SMITH, PIONEER CATERER, IHO Stocktou street. WOULD respectfully iuform his friends and the public that he is ouce more prepared to furnish aDd Catjrfor WEDDINGS, PARTIES, BALLS, DINNERS,&amp;C. At the earliest possible moment and at reduced prices. Superior ICE CREAMS made to order, and served plain or in forms. Lidies and Gentlemen will find an experienced Citerer in Mr. SMITH, and much labor saved by calling in time. Invitations carefully delivered in any part of the city. Everything requisite for Entertainments — such as Loans of China, Glass, Plates, ete., always on hand...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
Monday, July 31st, IHOJ}, WILL COMVKNCI TIIS Fifth Terra of the San Jose School. THE Terra will consist of TWENTY WEEKS, or live months, of four weeks each. PRICES, BOARD AND TUITION, Including instruction in Vocal Music, from $12 to $20 per month, of four weeks, or from $00 to $100 per Term—payable monthly, in advance.— Scholats to furnish their own sheets, pillow slips, towels, knife, fork, spoon, etc. Parents and guardians desiring to place their children, will do well to consider the advantages offered by this School, and if they desire to place them at school, should do so at the beginning of the Term. Instrumental Music, extra. jy2l.tr P. TV. CASSEY, Dr. \V. J. O. BRYANT HAS commenced the PRACTICE of MEDICINE and he is prepared to give advice in all diseases incident to the human system. Correspondents addressing Dr. Bryant, and giving full symptoms, will be prescribed for, no matter what the disease. Communications confidential, and either returned or destroyed. Consultations...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
TOOTHAK KR &amp; MYERS, HORSE SHOEHSTQ, Cast Steel Flows Made &amp; Repaired, ' SHIP WORK AND BLACKSMITIIING, Of all kinds, done to order. Xo. 116 Washington street, SJIJV FRANCISCO. [ml2-l i WOVI. BHERM A. IST &amp;e CO., Importers and Dealears CLOTHING, Gent's Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS AND VALISES, 412 &amp; 414,Sansome St., S E. cor. Commercial, SAN FRANCISCO. Bpl4 THE NATIONAT-j PICTURE, ' Heading the Proclamation of Emancipation ( in a Slave Cabin," IS strictly a subscription engravin?. and can only he procured through R. J. TRUMBULL, 302 Montgomery Street. Room No. 9. up stairs,— General Agent, or EDWARD BARTHROP, Canvassing Agent, or by leaving orders at this office. II E N II Y C. CORNISH, DRALKR IK NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Mattrasses and Redding, Crockery, Glassware, Stove', Tinware, Cutlerj and Hardware, C 22 BATTERY ST., BELOW PACIFIC. SAN FRANCISCO. CALL -A-IsriD SEE ME. CAKJLE &amp; GORLEY, AUCTION AND COMMISSION MERCHANTS, N...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 27 October 1865
MUSIC. ETCMusic, Embrodiery, And all kinds of CY NEEDLE-WORK, Taught by Mite PINI)ELL, I Northwest corner Kearny and Broad . 'ay. HAIR WORK taught in all it* Branches, ino.lnning Souvenirs, Memorials'. Fiower Work, Orj nameuts, etc. 1 Lessons in the Spanish language given by a Spanish Lidy. Terms reasonable. One of Chickering's superior Piano« for the use of pupils. ANNA P. VV. PINDELL. jj2B-lf New England Soap Factory J. P.~DYER HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the Potrero, where he will continue the business j of Manufacturing Extra Family, Chemical, Olive and-Eureka Soap. ! J. P. Dyeu will be glad to see all his old friends nnd cuslomers at his New Establit-hment, and as many otbersas will favor him with their patronage, lie has also connected witb the above business, a TALLOW MANUFACTORY, Where be baa Tallow for sale in large or small quantities. Orders receivtd at the oid Factory, corner of Mason and Pacific streets. ap7 WHITE cSc BATJER, GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, 413 Washington S...
The Old Settler. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
The Old Settler. I look nut at the window now, Which, like an old eye glazed and dim, And blinded by the falling inow, Seeks in the graveyard, after him Who (lumbers there, While 1 sit in his aucient chair. There the tall poplars, waving high, Pencil long shadows on the ground j Writing with fingers from the sky An epitaph for every mound, He planted these— 1 hese beaut.ful and grand old trees. The patriarch of the fields has gene To the republic of the dead, Soon we shall fo.low, one by one, And under the cold turf be laid. But we shall rise— There are no graves beyond the skies. His children anl grand-children fill The gray old homestead whieh he planned, The cottages that crown the hill— And own for many a rood the land That swells afar, To hills that meet the morning star. Gen. Sherman on History.—We find the following little contribution to history by Gen ial Sherman in a letter from Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Sept. 27 : "Senator r-herman called the General's attention to an articl...
The Xatioual Faith. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
The Xatioual Faith. The following is an extract from a speech delivered by Hon. Chas. Sumner, at the Massachusetts Republican State Convention, September 14th, 18G5 : " There is another object, kindred to security, or, perhaps, embraced in security; and that is the national faith. This too must be placed bey ond cavil or even "suspicion." No nation can be powerful to disregard this sacred bond. Character, fame* and pio.-perity itself are all dependent upon its observance. But the national faith is solemn'y engaged, first, to the national freedmen, and secondly, to the national creditors. No undertaking can be more complete and inviolable because it constituted the consideration for those services and supplies by which the i life of the Heputlic has been preserved The national faith is pledg d to the na tional freedmen, not only by the act of Emancipation, which, in its very essence and from the very nature of the case, is a "warranty of title," but alio by the plain and positive pro...
Machine for SLefftaterlag Statical Notts. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
Machine for SLefftaterlag Statical Notts. One Ilcrr Andres, of Mayence, has invented a machine which will write down music as fast as it is played,thus entirely doing away with the great labor of composing. A German paper thus alludes to it: " This machine, the inward organization of which is still a secret, may be adapted with very little tfouble and at small cost, to any new or old keyed instrument, such as the organ, piano, etc., without the slightest injury to the same. I hough it is reckoned for any number of octaves, it is also so small in compass that it can be completely concealed under or behind the instrument. 1 caving out the question of the mechanism inside, the visible process outside consists in inserting at one end of the machine and endless strip of paper, about two inches broad, which comes out at the other end with red lines ruled on it, and the notes, etc., printed thereon in blat k. The machine reproduces every note sounded by the keyes, be the notes on or betwee...
Thanksgiving Proclamation by Hie President. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
Thanksgiving Proclamation by Hie President. Washington, October 18th.—Proclamation by the President of the United States of America'.—Whereas it has pleased Almighty God, during the year which is nuw coming to au end, to relieve our beloved land from the fearful scourge ot civil war, and to permit and secure the blessings of peace, amity and harmony, with a great enlargement of civil liberty ; and whereas &lt;ur Heavenly Father has also during tic year graciously averted from us the calamities of foreign pestilence and famine, while our granaiies are | full of the fruits of an abundant season; and when as righteousness exalts a nation, while sin is a reproach to any people : Now, therefore, I, Andrew Johnson, President of the United States, do hereby ! recommend to the people thereof that they do set apart and observe the first Thursda) in December as a day of National Thanksgiving to the Creator of the Universe, for these deliverances and blessings; and 1 do further recomme...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
JOB PRINTINGS CARDS, CIRCULARS, RILL-lIEADS, etc., Neatly Executed and on Reasonable Terms. ROOM NO. 9, Phoenix Building, cor. Sansome and Jackson Bts. Orders received for BOOK BINDING in every style. Subscriptions received at this office for the following Wurks of Art: "Reading the Emancipation Proclamation in a Slave Cabin." Proof impressions, handsonHy framed,... .$7 M President Lincoln at Home." A striking likeness of the late President and youngest son. Proof, framed $f&gt; " In Memoriam." A Lit'iograph, large size, accompanying "Puck," the Pacific Pictorial. Price, $2, which ent ties the purchaser 1o tweve numbers of Puck. Subscriptions also received for the New York Anglo African. The first volume of the ANGLO AFRICAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE for sale, contaioins a portrait of the celebrated colored Novelist, ALEXANDER DUMAS. Also, correct likeness in character of IRA ALDRIDGE, the African Roscius P. A. BELL, Agent. OAKLAND FERRY. San Francisco and Oakland Railroad and Ferry ...
Bjic (BUliator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
Bjic (BUliator. SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY NOVEMBKR 3, 1805. Tub Ei.kvator will be delivered to city subscribers by the carrier at 50 cmts per month. We will collect the subscriptions on the first Monday of every msnth, when we hope our friends will be prepared for us. Subscriptions will be received by D. W. Rugglesj No. 310 Jackson street; R. A. Hall, 917 W asbington etreet; S. Howard, 326 Davis street; or by I any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obta'ued as above, and also j at White A Biuer's News Depot, 413 Washington i street; Gwrgia Restaurant, 923 Kearny street,; tod at this office.
The Elevator Readiug-Room. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
The Elevator Readiug-Room. We propose opening a Heading-Room as, «oon as fifty subscribers can be procured. The terms will bo as follows: Two dollars entrance fee and twenty-five cents per week. The entrance fee will be used for fitting up the Rooms, and no money will bo expended until the full number is obtained. Subsc 'ptions may be paid to Messrs. W. 11. Yates, J. R. Starket, R. A. Hall, or any member of the Executive Committee, and at this office. I*. A. Bei.l. Citt Aoknt.—We have appointed Mr. Z. F. Bell city agent for the Elevator. He will call on our subscribers next Monday, and will in future collect subscriptions on the last Monday in every month.
THE CONVENTION. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 3 November 1865
THE CONVENTION. This body, which held its session in Sacramento, from the 25th to the 28th ult., inclusive, was the most important assemblage of colored men that ever met on the Pacific coast. It was not so important in numbers, for adverse circumstances operated against it—the time chosen'(the best that could be selected from the time the Convention was called), was not favorable—it was too early for some and too late for others—just the season of the | year when men of all occupations are most' busy. It was not at first very popular, many good men thinking a Convention at this time was unnecessary ; some saying the white people would not grant our political rights for years to come, and it was useless for us to petition. Others, again, Haying the whites were doing all that j could be doue, and we should not interfere. j Some were dissatisfied with the place,— j many thinking this city would have been preferable. We must confess we were of the same opinion ourself, and are still 60...