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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
JOB PRINTING. CARDS, CIRCULARS, UILL-lIEADS, etc., Keatly Executed and on Reasonable Term?. ROOM NO. 9. Phoenix Building, cor. Sansome and Jacksou sts. J6F* Orders received for BOOK BINDING in every style. SUBSCRIPTIONS received at this Office for the folluwiug Works of Art: " Reading the Emancipation Proclamation in a Slave Cabin." Proof impressions, handsomely framed $7 " President Lincoli»at Home." A striking like- 5 ness of the late President and youngest son. Proof, framed $5 " In Memoriam." A Lithograph, large size, accompanying ''Puck," the Pacific Pictorial. Price, $'2, which ent ties 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 a portrait ot ihe celebrated colored Novelist, ALEXANDER DUMAS Also, correct likeness in character of IRA ALDRIDGE, the African Roscius. P. A. BELL, Agent. Real Estate Agency. F. A. BBLL, REAL ESTATE AGENT. Office. Pluen...
PRINTING OFFICE. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
PRINTING OFFICE. Sju Qjlclnitor. SAN* FRANCISCO: FRIDAY MARCH 2, 18GG. City /» K. UEI.L We want to raise, by loan, the sum of five hundred dollars, to purchase material for a printing office. With the above sum we can purchase sufficient printing material, type, etc., to print The Elevator, and also to do all kinds of job printing. We can save on The Elevator alone enough to repay the loan with interest in nine months. If twenty individuals will loan us twenty-five dollars each, we will give sufficient security for repayment. We want to commence with the second volume, next April.
The Freedmsn. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
The Freedmsn. The Freed men's Commission had a large and enthusiastic meeting Thursday evening, 22d inst., at l'latt's Ilall. It was a fitting celebration of Washington's birth-j day. Colonel Hawkins, of Tennessee, de-j livered one of the ablest speeches we ever heard; it was full of patriotic fire, lie j depicted in glowing terms the sufferings of Unionists and freedtnen in Tennessee, audi showed clearly what the rebels would do j if they bad the power which President Johnson is willing to give them. lie also showed the necessity for continuing the Freedinen's Bureau, and why the power of the Bureau should be increased. He deprecated the action of President John-, son in vetoing the bill, and declared the Executive had falsified his former professions in so doing. Governor Low presided at the meeting, i and likewise condemned the veto. The, brief opening remarks of Governor Low, as well as the speech of Colonel Hawkins,! was greeted with marks of approbation. This was probably the ...
OFFICIAL SPEECH MAKING. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
OFFICIAL SPEECH MAKING. The candidates for the Roman Consulate used to address the citizens of Home, urging their claims to office : a general would point to his wounds, relate the battles he had fought, the victories gained, and what nations he had eonqnorcd, what enemies he had slain, and how many prisoners graced his triumphal entry into Rome ; — the civilian would recount his services to the State, boast of the charitable distribution of his wealth, and his hereditary ! honors. The British candidate for Parliamentary honors addresses lis constituents at the hustings, and explains what will be his policy if elected, what reforms he will [sustain, what views he will support and what oppose. These proceedings are correct. It is but right the constituent] should know the principles and opinions of! the candidate who seeks his suffrage ; and 1 ! it is also right that the member should render and account of his stewardship ; —j but there is, or should be, a limit toi speech-making. Th...
MASONIC INSTALLATION [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
MASONIC INSTALLATION The Officers of a new Lodge of the Masonic Fraternity were installed on Tuesday evening, 27th February, in A. M. E. j Church, Powell st., P. M. Win. 11. Yates, | District Deputy Grand Master for the State of California, officiating, assisted by P. M.'s Win. 1). Smith, Dawson Thomas and Wm. 11. Hall. The ceremonies were imposing and impressive. The meeting was opened by singing a Masonic Anthem, and an Invocation by the Chaplain, Rev. Bro. Wm. B. Smith, after which the D. D. G. M. delivered an Address on the duties and obligations of Masons, and the principles of the Fraternity. The Address was a lucid exposition of the objects and principles which should govern Masons. It showed that notwithstanding the opposition which Lodges of Colored Masons meet with from the Ainerican Lodges, the former are regularly constituted, and are in full fellowship with European Lodges, and arc recognized by the highest authority in foreign countries. It was one of the best addresse...
In Memoriam. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
In Memoriam. We regret to chronicle this week the death of two of our friends, Charles 11. Wood and John G. Coursey, both well known arid respected. Mr. Wood was born in Washington, I). 0., and was one of the early adventurers to this State. lie was noted for his amiable disposition, his strict integrity, his industry and public spirit. He has been engaged in every enterprise for the amelioration of our condition in this State. In the celebrated "Archy Case," Mr. Wood was a leading spirit, and his time, services and money were always ready. Ilis sickness was of long duration, which he bore with his usual calmness and equanimity. Ho was a Mason of high standing, and his funeral, on Sunday last, was attended by a large concourse of friends arid his brother Masons, who, in full regalia, paid the last tribute to his worth and usefulness. He was buried with all the ancient ceremonies of the order. He leaves a widow, who mourns his death with sincere sorrow. We heartily sympathize with ke...
[For the Elevator.] The Meeting on Tuesday Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
[For the Elevator.] The Meeting on Tuesday Evening. Mr. Editor :—Not having on the Weilding Garment I did not attend the Masonic Installation supper or party on Tuesday night, which was, no doubt, su pei-cxcellent, but wended iny way to the inland gorilla meeting at l'latt's Hall, which was immense in numbers as it was in speeches. You would have enjoyed this meeting hugely, had you heard one speaker roar out, "Shall the nigger he allowed to eat in this white man's country (his face assuming the color of a barnyard cock's gills in spring time.) " No," was the emphatic answer. After reciting the many injuries the nation had received, and how much ho had suffered from the übiquitous nigger, especially in this country, he propounded another equally important question—howling out, " Foliar citizens, shall we allow the niggers to wear clothes in this white man's counthry?"— his bull neck exposed to the free air, filled with wrinkles, color black, blue and red, reminding me of the bovine ...
Bishop Campbsll. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
Bishop Campbsll. Rev. T. M. D. Ward lias received a Icttci from this eminent Divine, from wliich we .are permitted to make (lie following ; extracts. We arc glad to learn that our reverend , friend is in good health, and has been successful in his Christian mission. 832 Carpenter St., Philadelphia, IV, February Ist, 1866. Rev. T. M. Ward : Dear Brother-—1 am happy to acknowledge yours of 29th July, 1865, and would jseein to owe you an apology for not replying sooner. I was, however, absent from tlie city when yours came, plowing new jground and planting new fields of labor in j the Mississippi Valley, and have embraced | the very earliest opportunity to send yoi I a few lines in reply. Myself, and all the Bishops of the Atlan- ; tic Coast, have looked with much anxiety j for a copy of the Conference Minutes, and regret very much the failure to publish i the same. I had almost forgotten to say that my entire voyage from California was all that I I could wish. Through Providence 1 was...
The Freedmen a Bureau Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
The Freedmen a Bureau Bill. President Johnson having vetoed the the Freedmen's Bureau Hill, thereby creating quite a sensation among the Union Senators and Congressmen at Washington, it might be well to give the substance of the bill, so that our readers can form a proper estimate of the reasons which actuated the President in withholding his signature. The Flag condences its provisions, as follows : "The bill provides for the extension of the Freedmen's Bureau to every part of the United States where any of the class of people may be found. Iu order to properly effect this object, the bill provides for twelve Freedmen's Districts, over each of which there is to be an Assistant Commissioner and the requisite clerks, and then each District will be sub-districted and furnished with clerks. The President is to have power to place the entire Bureau, if he chooses, under officers selected from the army, and to give military protection to all the employees of the Bureau The Secretary of W...
MARCH. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
MARCH. BY KIT/ GREENE lIAI.I.ECK. Air : " To ladies' eyes a round, boy."—Mookk. The winds of March are hu'tinjing Their parting song, their parting song, And summer's skies are coming, And days grow long, and days grow long. I watch, but not in gladness, Our garden tree, our garden tree ; It buds, in sober sadness, Too soon for me, too soon for me. My second winter's over, Alas! and I, alas ! and I Have no accepted lorer : Don't ask me why, don't ask me why. 'Tis not asleep or idle That love has been, that love has been ; For many a happy bridal The year has seen, the year has seen : I've done a bridemaid's duty. At three or four, at three or four; My best bouquet had beauty, Its donor more, its donor more. My second winter's over, Alas ! and I, alas! and I Have 110 accepted lover : Don't ask me why, don't ask me why. Has flowers my bosom shaded One sunny day, one sunny day j 'I he next, they fled and faded, Beau and bouquet, beau and bouquet. In vain, at ball and parties, I've thro...
DIED. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
DIED. In this city, Friday morning, February 23d, Charles H. Wood, a native of Washington, J). C , aged 41 years. In this city, suddenly, on Saturday, February 21th, John G. Coursey, of Philadelphia, aged about 40 years.
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
MASONIC NOTICE. Olive Branch Lodege No. f&gt;, F. and A A. M. t meet every Tuk-I)AY evening, at their Lodge Room, Stockton street, near Broadway. Monthly meeting, first TuesDAY in each month. Wethington Lodge No. 8, F. and A. M„ meet every Thursday evening, at the same place. Monthly meeting, first Thursday in each month. NOTI C K . The Ladies Pacific Accumulating Benevolent Association will hold a Fair, about July Ist. They will have Sewing Circles every Monday Evening. Notice will be given at the Churches where the Circles will be held. Friends and the Public are respectfully invited to attend. Mrs. Eliza A. Phillips, President. Miss Adkj.ma Laws, Secretary. H4MMIC NOTICE. Hannibal Lodge, No. 1, F. and A. A Y. M., meet every Wednesday Eveuing, and Victoria Lodge, No. on M onday Evening, at their Lodge Boom, N. E. corner of Mason street and Broadway. By order. fnovlO-tf Preaching in Zion Church, Stockton street, next Sunday, at 104 o'clock, A. M., at 24, i&gt;. M., ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
Ol'l'Osl I 1()M SIEAMKH DAY! Thursday, IWsircli 15. GREAT REDUCTION IN PRICES! Via [Nicaragua. Itift Steamship AMERICA, Will bo dispatchcd tit eleven o'clock, Y m., punc tually, THURSDAY MARCH 15th For San Juan l)t-l Sur, Connecting at Graytown with the splendid steamship SANTIAGO, tor Now York. For Passage or kkeioiit • nd insurance on tkev suiut at greatly kkduckd bates, apply to I. W. RAYMOND, Agent C. A. Transit Co., N. W. comer lottery and Pine S'n' ts, upsta rs, fe2-td San Fi ar.cifco. DR. T. M l&gt;. FILLMORE, PI.AYS SOI.OS ON THE Violin, Guitar, Itanjo, Tamborine, l)i mil, siikl Accordion. N'. 20 SCOTT STREET. bet. Powell and Mason. te2:i if The Great Pain Auiiihilator. DR. E. R. JOIINSOX, 700 Market St., junction of Kearny and (iearv, HAS the pleasure of announcing that he ha« returned to the citv Tue I) e'or will warrant to CUKE THE WORST KIND OF IIIIEU MATIU «'&lt;l all cuih hunts tliat human skill cui reach. Upwards of one thousand persons can tes tfy to ...
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
M:\V tOAIi YAIID. ("It&gt;\L or all kind?, \VO( )I) and COKE supplied J at reasonable rates, ai Dennis' ISevv Wood and Coal Yard, ;&gt; )0 BROADW W , corner Montgomery St. fe2'f CI. W. DENNIS, Proprietor. MISS JV. WHITE, Fashionable Dressmaker, 1503 I bird Strict San Francisco. M'ME DEMOREST'S LATEST FASHIONS Constantly on band. DRESS TRIMMINGS. ETC., FOR SALE, dt c!5-tf tub (hcapest and Finest Asscrlnient 0 P CARPETS, PAPER HANGINGS AND WINDOW SHADES, A T F-R-A-INrit G. EDWARDS', 01(J C lay Street, nt ar Kearny. dtcls-tf MISS C. WHITE, Ladies Hair l-ingtoriiini, 303 THIRD STREET, LADIES' CURLS AND BRAIDS Manufactured from their own II tir, in a sujerior manner. Orders promptly executed at their residences, in all parts of the city. Particular attention paid to CUTTING CI?IL. DRENS* HAIR. decls-tf The Universal Safety iTlalcli, FOR SALE IN LOTS TO SUIT, Hy L. Ij. lILOOD &amp; CO., declS-tf 225 Clat Struct. J . P K IItCE, Importer and Dealer in FURNITURE AND R...
TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
TELECRAPHIC SUMMARY. Washington, Feb. 23, — Maj. Gen. Howard has prepared the following circu lar letter to be transmitted to each of the Assistant Commissioners of tlie treed men's Bureau : To the Assistant Commissioners —Dear Sirs: —Anticipating the cxcitem nt that will necessarily fol ow the action of the | Government with reference to the new , Freedmen's bill, you may feel somewhat embarrassed in the dut es devolving upon you under the law and regulations a rea-! dy existing. That you may act steadily' and firmly, in any emergency, y u musti be prepared for any increased hostility on the pait of those who have so persis tcntly hendcred and troubled you and; your agents, a ,d there may be: n increas-j ed rcstlessn. ss among the freedmen. The, President has assur&lt; d the Commissioners ' that he regards the present law i.s con titiuing the existence of the Bureau at j least a year from now. Please ascertain and rep nt w at steps have been in \our di-trict by the State an...
Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Elevator — 2 March 1866
Amhrotypc* *J5 Ci'iit*, SUVA'S NEW GALLERY. N. E. corner Kearny and Pino Sts. Card Pictures only Si per dozen. Don't forget, SILVA'S NEW GALLERY, N. E. corner Kearny aud Pine Sis. j y 2:u EDWARD W. PARKER, Fashionable Boot Maker, 411 Third Street, Between Harriiou ar.d B-yant San Francisco. up 14 JOHN J. MKSHAVV, lias Removed to 539 California st., WHERE lie will be pW'a'ed to wait oil bis old customers, and the Public generally, in the line of BOOT MAKING, 539 California street San Francisco. npl4 "PILOUENCK i-EWING Machines,! ( No. 11l Montgomery street, San Francisco. Every Machine sold is , warranted to give entire satisfaction, i If there are any within one thousand I miles; of tins office that aie not working well, the owners will please inform me, and they will be attended to with- j out expense to them. Instruction given free, whether the persons intends to purchase or not. SAMUEL HILL, Agent. ail c 25 3 m MUSIC. ETCMusic, Embrodiery, And all kii.ds of FANC"S" NEEDLE-WORK, T...