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DIED [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
DIED In Sha»ta, Nov. 12th, of consumption, Edward Doyle Vincent, a native of Nantucket, M ass. New Bedford, Mass., papers copy. In Dalles City, Oregon, on the 28th October, Granville W. Ten Kyck, a native of New York City, aged 24 years. New York papers please copy.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
NOTICI. By request, Mr. I*. K. Cole will repeat his Address to the Colored Citizens of . v an Francisco, on TUESDAY EVENING, November 28th, in the Zion Church, Stockton street. Subject—Hints of an opportunity for commencing commercial relations with the Empire of Japan ; together with topics touching his peregrinations during his absence of seven years from this city j followed by an earnest appeal on behalf of our progress and his reflections on the general condition of the people of color in this State. The Address positively to commencc at 74 o'clock. For once lay prejudice aside, Come hear progressions call, Right is might, and must abide What Justice meets to all. KOTI C E . This is to certify that S. B. Sherrington was expelled from the Second Baptist Church, Stockton, on the sth of November. Attest, Wm. Morton, Clerk. Stockton, Nov. 11, 1865. MASONIC NOTICE. A Special Meeting of Wethington Lodge No. 8, F. and A. M., will be held this Friday evening 24th inst., at 74 o'clock, ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
G. FORREST WALTER &amp; CO., "EXCELSIOR" MERCHANT TAILORS, (Kstablished , No. GU Sacramento Street, j Third door above Montgomery... .gan FrancifCO. I ippls-3m jSign Painting, Paper Hang. in«-, draining, elc. Tup: subscriber having followed the profession of Painting, in all its branchi s. solicits a fhare ot public patronage. lie guarantees ample satisfaction to all who may employ bitn. He invites all to call and inspect his work «t tte N. E. corner of Dupont ni a Vallejo streets ' PETER C. JOIINSON,' No. 10 Virginia street. N. B.—Furniture Varnished, Cleantd and Repaired, and made to look as good as new. se29-3m NOTICE TO THE GENTLEMEN OF SAN FRANCISCO. PROFESSOR STEWART, Proprietor of The Boston &lt;»ymiia«iuiu, Has taken Rooms at No. 530 Merchant Street, To Teach the Art of Self-Defense TO all Gentlemen who may wish to become acquainted with the different branches, such as Sparring, Fencing with the Small Sword Broad Sword, Sabre, Single Sifck, and Quarter Staff....
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
TELEGRAPHIC SUMMARY. New York, Nov. 15. —The Tribune' B Washington special says : By order of the Secretary of War, the name of Fort Richmond, in New Yoik harbor, will be, changed to Fort Wadsworth. The World's Washington special says: I General Sanborne has been appointed by the President an agent to harmonize the frecdmen made free in the Choctaw and Cherokee Nations by recent treaty. Lawrence, Kansas, Nov. 16.—Colonel Graves, Special Indian Agent, and Co!o nel Dodd, Agent to the Navajos, left here to-day with a train of twenty-five wagons, laden wtth agricultural implements and a quantity of goods and presents for that tribe. About eight thousand Navajos have agreed to settle on Pecos river, and 1 abandon their wild life. New York, Nov. 15.—The Times' special says: Two companies of Han-! cock's corps, stationed at Albany, werej dispatched to Burlington, Vermont, sup-j posed to be destined for Maine. New York, Nov. 17.—The Times'! special dispatch saj s an application was made to-...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
XjILORENCE &amp;EVVING Machines, No. 11l Montgomery street, San Francisco. Every Machine •« warranted to give entire satisfaction, ff there are any within one thousand miles, of this office that aie not work-, ing well, the owner will piease inform! me, and they will be attended to with-! out expense to them. Instruction given free, whether the person intends to purchase or not. SAMUEL HILL, Agent. aug2s 3m Pi re, Marine, Life and Accidental INSURANCE. WE would respectfully call the attention of property owners to the increased facilities for Insurance which we are now prepared to offer, surpassing any Agency in the world. Marine Insurance. Aggregate Capital $7,000,000. Ilomf! Insurance Co. of N. Y.. assets, $4,000,000 Security Insurance Co. of N. Y., assets 2,000,000 Phenis Insurance Co. of N. Y., assets. . 1,000,000 War Risks and partial loss covered on the most 1 favorable terms. Liberal rebates paid parties 1 bringing business to this office. All losses paid in jGold Coi...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
Monday, July 31st, IHtto. WILL OOmiKXCI THE Fifth Term of the San Jose School. THE Term will consist of TWENTY WEEKS, or five months, of four weeks each. PRICKS, BOARD AND TUITION, Including instruction in Vocal Music, from $12 to $20 per month, of four weeks, or from $60 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 tin y desire to plac them at tchool, should do so at the beginning ol the Terra, ZStf Instrumental Music, extra, jyJI-tf P. W. CASSEY, Dr. W. J. O. BRYANT HAS commenced the PRACTICEof MEDICINE aud he is prepared to give advice iu all diseases incident to the human system. Correspondents addressing Dr. Bktant, and giving full symptoms, will be prescribed for, no matter what the disease. Communications confidential, aod either returned or destroyed. Consultations...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
TOOTIIAKEK &amp; MYERS, HORSE SHOEING, Cast Steel Plows Made &amp; Repaired, SHIP WORK AND BLACKSMITHING, Of all kinds, done to order. &gt;'o. 116 Washington street, ■SAY FRANCISCO. [ml2-l WIVL. A-XnT Sz, CO., Importers and Dealears OLOTHI3STC3-, Gent's Furnishing Goods, TRUNKS AND VALIBES, i 412 &amp; St., SE. cor. Commercial, j SAN FRANCISCO. »pl4 THE NATIONAL PICTURE, ' Heading the Proclamation of Emancipation , in a Slave Cabin," IS strictly a subscription engraving, arid can | only ba procured through R. J. TRUMHULL, 302 Montgomery Street. Room No. 9. up siairs,— General Agent, or EDWARD JiARTHROP, Canvassing Agent, or by leaving orders at this office. HENRY C.CORNISH, PEALF.R IS NEW AND SECOND-HAND FURNITURE, Mattrasses and Bedding, Crockery, Glassware, Stoves, Tinware, Cutlery and Hardware, 622 BATTERY ST., BELOW PACIFIC. fra ycisco. CALL AIST3D SEE 2VLE. CABLE &amp; GORLEY, AUCTION ANI &gt; COMMISSIOiN MERCHANTS, Xos. 724 and 7...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 24 November 1865
MUSIC. ETCMusic, Embr diery, And nil kinds o! FANCY NEEDLE-WORK, Taught by Miss PINDELL, Northwest corner Kearny and Broadway. HAIR WORK taught ill all its Branches, including Souvenir?. Memorial?. Flower Work, Ornarnen's, etc. 'L-s-oi.h in the Sptin ; sh language giveu by a Spanish L»dy. Terms reasonable. One orCbickeilng'? Mipt-rliir Piano'for ibe use ol pupil?. ANNA J'. W. PINDELL. jj2B .f New England Soap Factory J. P. OYER HAVING removed his Soap Factory to the Potrero, where he will continue the businesso! Manufacturing Extra Family, Clifinical, Olive and Eureka Soap. J. P. Dyhi will bo glad to see all his old friends ;iud customers at his New Establishment, and as many othersaswill favor him with their patrouage. He has also connected with the above business, a TALLOW MANUFACTORY," Where he has Tallow for sale in large or small quantities. Orders received at the old Factory, corner of ilason and Pac lic streets. ap7 WHITE &amp; BAUER, GENERAL NEWS AGENTS, 413 Washingt...
THE BATTLE PI ELD. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
THE BATTLE PI ELD. BY W. C. BRYANT. Once this soft turf, this rivulet's sands, Were trampled by a hnrrying crowd, And fiery hearts and armed hands Encounter'd in the battle cloud. Ah ! never shall the land forget How gushed the life blood of her brave, Gush'd warm with hope and courage yet, Upon the soil they fought to save. Now all is calm, and fresh, and still; Alone the chrip of flitting bird, And talk of children on the hill, And bell of wandering kine are heard, No solemn host goes trailing by The black-moutli'd gun and staggering wain ; Men start not at the battle cry; O ! be it never heard again. Soon rested those who fought; but thou Who minglest in the harder strife For truths which men receive not now, Thy warfare only ends with life. A friendless warfare lingering long Through weary day and weary year ; A wild and many-weaponed throng Hang on thy front, and flunk, and rear. Yet nerve thy spirit to t e proof, And blench not at th . hosen lot, The timid good may s* .J aloof...
The Central Africaun. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
The Central Africaun. At a missionary meeting recently held in England, the great African explorer, Dr. Livingstone, said : "I should like to answer a question that is often put to me, 'What sort of people are those you wander among? ' Now I should like to tell! you that they are very far from being I savages. On the sea coast they are j rather bloodthirsty, especially those who j have been in the slave trade, but when you get about three hundred miles into ; the interior, you meet with people who are quite mild and hospitable. It is the | duty of each man in the village to give every hospitality which lies in his power. These people are not engaged in hunting, as most people think they are, but are I employed in cultivating the soil. They, ialso manufacture iron, smelting it from-; stone, and very excellent iron it is." I j brought home with me the hwt time I was, in England some of the ore, and the iron was manufactured into an excellent Enfield rifle. The qua ity was exceedingly ...
A Teuible Tornado. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
A Teuible Tornado. The 11th of August, 1831, is a day that will never paas from my memory.— My residence at that time was at Bridgetown, on the Island of Barbadoes; but tliat evening I had ridden a few miles into the country, to spend the night at the house of a friend, with whom resided a young lady, a niece, who has since become bound to me by the closest of earthly ties. I reached my friend Palmer's house a little after sunset on the evening of the 10th, and found the whole family seated on the piazza, with the addition of a couple of gentlemen neighbors, who had dropped in for an evening's social call; and one of them, a young and single man, perhaps with a design similar to my own. The servants took charge of the horse, and I joined the group The moment the first cordial family greeting and introductions were over, the weather as usual was brought in, to start a subject of conversation in which everybody could take a part. ' It is very warm," said one. "Excessively so," said an...
ThankHgiving Proclamation. IBY HIS EXCELLENCY, F. F. LOW, GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
ThankHgiving Proclamation. IBY HIS EXCELLENCY, F. F. LOW, GOVERNOR OF CALIFORNIA. 1 " hnter iuto His gates with thanksgiving, and into His court* with praise." In obedience to the time-honored beI lief of our fathers, that States, as well as I individuals, should publicly acknowledge the Supermacy of I ivine Power, and in accordance with the recommendation of the President of the United States, I do hereby appoint Thursday, the 7th day of December next, as a day when the people of California may unite with the people of Jier sister States in Public Thanksgiving to the Great Kuler of the Universe. Let that day be set apart throughout our borders for religious exercisos in our churches, and social festivities in our homes; for upon no occasion since the foundation of the Republic has there been so much reason to recognize the hand of God in our concerns. While other lands have been scourged with epidemic disease, we have enjoyed during the year the unmeasured blessings of health. Our ...
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
JOB PRINTING-. CARDS, CIRCULARS, BILL-HEADS, etc., Neatly Executed and on Reasonable Term?. ROOM NO. 9. Phoenix Bailding, cor. Sansome and Jnckson sts. Orders received for BOOK BINDING in every style. SUBSCRIPTIONS received at this Oflice (or ilie following Wurke of Art: " Reading the Emancipation Proclamation in a Slave Cabin." Proof 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 Pictorial. Price, $2, which entitles the purchaser to twelve numbers of Puck. Subscriptions also received for the New York Anglo African. The first volume of the ANGLO AFRICAN MONTHLY MAGAZINE for sale, containin 2 a portrait of 'be celebrated colored Novelist, ALEXANDER DUMAS. Also, correct likeness in character of IRA ALDRIDGE, the African Roscius P. A. BELL, Ageut. S. HOWARD, Hydraulic lIOSE Manufacturer, BY MACHINE SEWING. OCARANTKKS 111...
®je dUbator. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
®je dUbator. SAN FRANCISCO: FRIDAY DECEMBER 1, 1865. Tuf. Elevator will b- delivered t city subscribers by the carrier at 50c»nt« pT month. We wilt collect 'he subscriptioni on tbe first Monday of every rn'inth, when »e liope our friend* will be prepared for tie. Subscriptions will b • received by I). W. RugxU * No. 310 Jack "on street; R. A. Hall, 917 Washington street; S. Howard, 326 Davis etrcet; or by any member of the Executive Committee. Single copies can be obtained as above, and also at White A Bauer's News D*pot, 413 Washington ■treet; Georgia Restaurant, 923 K'arny street, and at this office.
The Elevator Reading-Room. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
The Elevator Reading-Room. We propose opening a Reading-Room as soon as fifty subscribers can be procured. Tbe terms will be 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 be expended until the full number is obtained. Subsc 'ptions may be paid to Messrs. W. H. Yatkb, J- R. Starkp.y, R. A. Hall, or any member of the Executive Committee, and at thii office. P. A. Bell.
NEW ARRANGEMENT [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 1 December 1865
NEW ARRANGEMENT The period for which the Executive Committee of the County of San Francisco were appointed will expire in a few days, and with it their connection with The Elevator, but not the interest which they feel for its "success — They have therefore given the full and entire oontrol, proprietary and otherwise, to the un-. dersigned, who has heretofore acted as editor j and business agent under the Publishing Com- i mittee. How The Elevator has been -conducted under his management, the columns of the paper bear testimony, the success of which ' has been unexampled in the history of newspa-1 pers conducted by colored men, and the under- 1 sighed refers thereto, during the eight months ! of its existence, as a guarantee of the future. | The following testimonials from the Executive and Publishing Committees he presents as an ' evidence of the continued confidence of those with whom he has been connected. P. A BELL. P. A. Bell—Dear Sir:—lt is with feelings of regret, yet with ho...