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O. P. DAVIS & CO.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN FRUIT, CONFECTIONARY, WINES, LIQUORS, SEGARS Sf TOBACCO, Stale street, opposite Columbia Exchange, hare on hand a general assortment of Wells & Provost’s Fresh Oysters, 1 & 2 lb tins; Fresh Lobsters, 1 and 2 lb tins; Fresh Clams, 1 and 2 lb tins; Preserved Meals Sardines, J boxes; Roast Turkey, 2 lb tins; Roast Goose, 2 lb tins; Boiled Chicken, 2 lb tins; Preserved Fruits Fresh apples, 2 lb tins; Fresh peaches, 2 lb tins; Fresh strawberries, 2 lb tins; Fresh blackberries, 2 lb tins; Fresh pineapples, 1 and 2 lb tins; Fresh cherries, 2 lb tins; Fresh raspberries, 2 lb tins;’ Fresh wortleberries, 2 lb tins; Fresh gooseberries, 2 lb tins; Preserved. Vegetables Fresh corn, 2 lb tins; Fresh peas, 1 and 2 lb tins; Fresh tomatos, 1 and 2 lb tins; Pickles —Pickles in glass and wood; Spanish olives, quart glasses; Assorted Pie Fruit —new crop, glass quarts, and the following assortment in ersh case: Peaches; Raspberries; Gooseberries; Apples; plums; cherries; currants; wortleberries; Catsups - tomato, quarts and pints; Sauce; peppersauce, pints: Jams and Jellies Apple, glass and tin; Lemon, Peach, Blackberry Quince, Currant, Assorted, do do do do do do 7 Honey —extra clarified, 2 & 3 lb tini; English mustard, \ lb bottles; French do do ' Natural Preserves, \ gal. glasses; Together with a large assortment Goods. of Assorted stick candy, Boston crackers, Butter do Soda do Sugar do Jenny Lind do Ginger do Martell cog. brandy, Unite vinard cog. brandy, A signet cog. brandy, Pelavosion cog. brandy; Cherry brandy; Common Am. brandy; Holland gin; American gin; Scotch whiskey; ASSORTED CANDIES, FANCY & COMMON, peppermint drops, lozenges, mottos, Vanilla cream, kisses, burnt almond candy. Side lamps; Lamp chimneys; Lamp wicks; Lamp oih^ odj^^ Sperm WINES AND LIQUORS Jamaca rum; Old borbon whiskey; Old monongahela whiskey; Old rye whiskey; Old port juice; Old port wine; Maderia wine; Cherry wine; Old maderia wine; SEGARS AND TOBACCO Figs; raisins; Chinese dates; Assorted nuts; Hickery nuts; Brazil nuts; Walnuts: Filberts; Hazle nuts; Soft shelled almonds; Pea nuts; Cocoa nuts. Old sherry wine; Muscat wine; St. Julian medoc wine; Sartine wine; Hidsic Champaign; Cordials; Stouten Bitters; Peppermint; m cases. Absenth & Aniset’s Porter & Ale in cases and barrels; We have a great variety of Goods, on hand, in supplies, which we offer at the lowest market price. Columbia, November sth, 1853. Yankee Clocks and a general assortment of Fancy Toys, addition to the above, and are constantly receiving fresh Highest price paid for Gold Dust. 52 tf Business Notices.’ J. T. FISH, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office, opposite the Justice s Court, Corner of Broadway & Washington Sts. Columbia, Oct. 1, 1853.— 47 C'7s. CLAMP ITT, Watch Maker & Jeweller, .. ..on Stale 5t.,. ,.. Next to the Columbia Drug Store. 39 J. J. MASSEY 4* CO., atch Makers & Jewellers ... .on Alain st Next door to Admas & Co.’s Office—39 Dks. graves sTcibiel^ OF COLUMBIA .... PHYSICIANS $ SURGEONS , .... AT THE.... Broadtcay Drug Store. Columbia, may 7.—26tf. T. R. TAYLOR , Attorney & Counsellor at Law, ...'. Office on Broadtray,. ... one door below the old Court Room, Columbia. December 4, 1852 — tf 6 SALE POSTP ONE D \ lo Saturday 10th December. • SHERIFF’S SALE. Dish id Court , s th. Judicial District, J uolumne County.— Stacy Bonnet & urner rs. R. A. Madison.—By virtue of an execution issued out of said Court, in the above entitled case, and to me directed, upon the 17th day of October, 1803, for two hundred and eighty dol lars and twenty-five cents, damages, and eight dollars cost and expenses : I there fore have seized and levied upon all the right, title and interest of said defend eut in and to the following described property, to wit: one dwelling house, one carpenter’s shop, and the lot of land, on which they stand, bounded as follows: being ou the south side of State street, in the town of Columbia, in said county, commencing eighty feet west of the west line of Broadway street, thence west for front on State street forty feet, and extending back at right angles, the same width in area as in front, ninety feet, more or less, to Dr. Rocher’s hen bouse, together with all the privileges and ap purtenances thereunto belonging. I hereby give notice that I will ex pose the above property at public auc tion, at the intersection of State and Broadway streets, in Columbia, on the 10th day of December next, between 1 and 2 o clock, p. m., to satisfy judgment costs, and accruing cqgts. Terms cash P. L. SOLOMON, Sheriff. J. L. Conner, Special Deputy. Sonora, Oct. 29, 1853. 3w '5l General Directory. Churches. Methodist Episcopal Church, Colum bia. Divine Service will be held every Lord’s-day, at 11 o’clock, a. m., and 3 o’clock p. M. • A. S- GIBBONS, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Columbia. Divine Service will be held every Sabbath, at 11 o’clock, A. JVI., and at 7 o’clock in the evening. J. C. PENDERGRASS, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, Spring field Divine Service will be held eve ry Sabbath evening, at 7 o’clock. A. S. GIBBONS, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, Sonora. Divine Service will be held every Lord’s day, at 11 o’clock, a. m., and at early candle-light, in the evening. Sunday School at half past two, p. m. DANIEL DEAL, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Sonora. Divine Service will be held every Sabbath, at 11 o’clock, A. M., and at 7 o’clock in the evening. M. EVANS, Pastor. Masons Columbia Lodge , No. 28, AF & A M., Columbia, meets at their Lodge room, on the Ist and 3d Thursday in each month, at 8 o’clock, P. M. Officers of the Lodge—T J Oxley, W M; J A Jackson, 8 W; T C Bos well, J W; G A Field, Sec’y; J Mills, Treas.; F R Sponsler, 8D; F W II Aaron, JD; J Campbell, T; A Camp bell, Marshal; J C Pendergrast, Chap lain; Samuel Arnold and Isaac Levy, Stewards. 1 Tuolumne Lodge , No. 8, A. F& A, M., Sonora, meets on the first and third Saturdays of every month, at their Lodge room. Odd Fellows Sonora Lodge, No. 10, Sonora, meets every Wednesday ev’ng, at their Lodge room, corner of Washington and Dodge Streets. Sons of Temperance Columbia Division , No. 18, Colum bia, meets every Wednesday evening, in the new M. E. Church. Sonora Division, No. 16, Sonora, meets every Thursday evening, in the Methodist Church South. Good Will Division , No. 27, Valle cito, meets every Saturday evening, at their Lodge room. Post-Offices Columbia Post-Office, open from 8 o’clock, a. m., to Bp. m. On the arri val of the Atlantic Mails, the Office will not be closed until 11 o’clock, p. m. A. A. HUNNEWELL, P. M. Sonora Post-Office , open from 9 o’clock, a. m., to 7, p. m. Sundays— from 10 o’clock, a. m., to 3, p. m. U. W. TUEALL, P. M. PO S T o F PICK Hook , Stationery INewspaper Depot ! I Lave received a new supply of Cheap Publications, Stationery, and plain and fancy English, French and American PAPER. Laid Congress Letter Paper, Superfine blue ruled do. do. London cream laid do. do. Blue wove satin foolscap do. Patent blue laid post do. Extra white wove Bath post do. Bill paper, Superfine Paris gilt edged pajicr, Note paper, plain, do. do. fancy. Large Governm’t, Small do. buff, do. do. self-seal’g envelopes. Extra qual. self-s’l, White tine glazed, do. do. do. small Fancy Note and Letter Envelopes. BLANK BOOKS. Account books, Time do. Memorandum do. Pass books, Receipt do. Journals, Diaries, Copy Books, &c., &e. SCHOOL BOOKS. First, second, third and fourth Readers, Spelling Books, Primers, Arithmetics, and Geographys. STANDARD WORKS. Marryett’s and Bulwcr’s works, ncativ bound. Dictionaries; Spanish and En glish do. Ollendorff's French do., with key. Byron’s and Shakspeare’s Poet ical works. stationery. Ink, black, red and indellible; inkstands, steel pens ; letter stamps ; rulers ; bill files; sand boxes; calenders; wafer boxes: playing cards; monte cards; blotting pa per; pen holders; red tape; Taber’s lead pencils; pen racks; scaling wax; slates; slate pencils; wafers; motto wafers; rub bers ; blank cards ; port monies; pen knives, &c., &c. NEWSPAPERS & MAGAZINES from all parts of the Atlantic States. THE KENNEBEC JOURNAL, Also, the Columbia Gazette, Sonora Herald and Alta Californian, always on hand and for sale. JfeaT’Orders for Books from the States or San Francisco, promptly attended to. ALFRED A. HUNNEWELL. Columbia, Sept. 17th, 1853. 45 dissolution. The co-partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, in the New Fork Bakery, has been dissolved by mu tual consent. The business for the fu ture, will be conducted by John Roth, one of the proprietors, who is now sole owner. JOHN McCLUSKEY. JOHN ROTH. a®* The subscriber returns his thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the New York Bakery, and will spare no pains to mer it a continuance of the same. JOHN ROTH. Oct. 20, 1853. If 51 CHARLES J. BROWN, Respectfully informs liis friends and the public in general, that he has just arrived troin San Francisco, with the largest and best selected stock of ....STATIONARY & FANCY r G00D5........ ever brought into the Southern Mines, which he will sell at reduced prices. The following is a li§t of some of the leading articles, kept constantly on hand : Ink stands, Small twine, Pen knives, Twine boxes, Dirk do White blank cards, Cigar cases Colored do do Hair brushes, Calenders, Tooth do Dusters, &c. Also, Hair combs a large assotment of hi- Dice, dies’ & gents’ port mo- Playing cards, nies, gold pens & cases, Monte do accordeons, &c., &c. I would also state that I have purchased a splendid assortment of Bound Books, for a C 111 CITLA T I N G LIBRARY, which will be lot on reasonable terms. The Library consists of all the latest Historical, Poetical and Scientific Works, now extant. In addition to the above, may be found a fine assortment of Cigars, Fruits, Nuts, Prunes, Preserved Fruits, &ie., N. B. JOBBING dou£ at a small advance upon San Francisco prices. Call and examine. Columbia, September 3, 1853. 43 CIIAKLKS J. BROWN. JACKSON 4- STONE , Wholesale and Retail Dealers ....1N.... Groceries, Liquors , Hard Ware, IMin ing Tools , Bools 4' Shoes , 4'C. have on hand, a large and well selected assortment of goods which they are ev er ready to show to their customers, with this assurance : that goods can be bought as low from them, as at nut house in the mines. Having the facili ties to do so, all we ask is, to call and sec us. .... Com m issio u Bn si ness . We,are prepared to do a Commission Business, and to those wishing goods di rect from San Francisco, can have them delivered here or in this vicinity, by al lowing us a commission of 8 per cent. Our facilities for purchasing aie such as to be able to get goods at the lowest possible figures, and forwarded with greatest dispatch. By this arrange ment, persons giving u.- their orders will save the expense of going down, and will get their goods equally as low as if they had gone themselves. ftsy* The money must in all cases ac comoany the order. 33 NOTICE. HENRY SMITH leaving associated himself in business with Mr. C. J. Brown, will be pleased to re ceive a call from all his friends, and the pub lic generally. In addition to Mr. Brown’s former elegant stock of books, stationery, fancy goods, &c., will be found a large and general stock of Fruit Nuts, Confectionary , Jams , Jclleys , S'c. Also, a large stock of imported Ci gars, to be sold wholesale and retail. Also, a Soda Fountain, where a glass of pure soda water, with the choicest syrups, can always be obtained. Columbia, July 10th, 1853—38 GREEN SPRINGS RANCH FOR SALE. The subscriber, offers for sale, on rea sonable terms, this splendid Tavern stand situated about 18 miles from Sonora, on the main road leading from Sonora to Stockton. The house is large and we!( situated for a Hotel, and is crowded with travellers daily. There is also a large and excellent garden belonging to the Ranch, which is irrigated from a never failing spring. This property with all the furniture, and fixtures, for keeping up a first class country Hotel, together with stock &c. &c., is now- offered for sale. Persons wishing to buy a pleasant residence, can find no better place in California. Apply to the subscriber on the premises. J. D. TABER. July 9th, 1853.—tf. BOSTON LIVERY .... AND .... FEED STABLE!! The undersigned, takes this method of informing the public generally, that he has just opened a Livery and Feed Stable, on Main street, opposite the New York Bakery, where he is prepared to hire or feed horses on the most reasonable terms. He intends keeping good and gentle riding horses, ready at all hours for the accommoda tion of persons w-ishing to hire. J. C. HARRIS, Agent. May 14, 1853. GREAT BARGAIN The subscriber, desirous of returning to the Atlantic States, on account of 111 health, offers for sale his interest in the Lownsdall Mill, now doing a good business, and will be sold at a great bar gain. Enquire of Dr. Fields Columbia Drug Store or D. N. Ryder, at the Mill. August 13, 1853.-tf POSTAL NOTICE. The Post Office will be open for the delivery of letters, from 8 o’clock, a. m., to 8 o’clock, p. m. On the arrival of the Atlantic Mails, the office will not be closed until 11 o’clock, p. m., ALFRED A. IIUNNEWELL, P. M. Columbia, August Ist. 1853. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an assess ment of fort;, five cents a share, of the capital stock of the Spring Hill Tunnel Co., has been ordered by the Board of Trustees, to be paid*every Saturday, at the office of the Treasurer, Hammond & Theall’s Banking House, city of Sonora, from and after the 20th Augr, 1833. JAS. P. CLOUGH, Sec’y. Sonora, Sept 14, 1853. 45 $lOOO REWARD! Executive Deprtment, \ State of California. J Whereas, it appears to me that on the thirteenth of October, ult., a peaceable and worthy citizen, Hr. John Marshall, at San Antonio, in the county of A la mella, was cruelly and brutally murder ed by a Mexican or Chilian, name and description not known, residing among the mountains in the vicinity of San Am tonio aforesaid, and that the perpetrator of the murder is now a fugitive from justice— Now, therefore, by virtue of the pow er in me vested by the laws and consti tution of said S:atc, I do hereby offer a reward of One Thousand Dollars for the apprehension and delivery of said fugi tive into the custody of the Sheriff o' Alameda county, and call upon all good citizens to assist in arresting the crimin al, and bringing him to justice. Witness my hand and the seal of (he State, at the city of Bcnecia, this the ninth day of November, a. d. 1853. JOHN BIGLER. Attest: J. W. Denver, See’y. of Slate November, 19, 1853—2—3 w. San Francisco Advertisements. L. R. MILLS, -JAS. VANTINE. of formerly of San Francisco. Knights Ferry MILLS & VANTINE, Importers and Dealers in Wines,Liquors and Cigars. w e arc constantly receiving per clip per ships, I\ ines and Brandies of all the assorted styles, and approved brands. All orders from the interior attended to with punctuality. No. 64, Front, cor. Sacramento sts, San Francisco. Agents for the celebrated Mills'' Wine Bitters. July 23, 1853. 37 SAMFEL 11. PRICHARD, Formerly of Petersburg!/, IV/., but for the last t/ro rears a resident of Stockton,) Would respectfully offer his services to the Merchants of that place and the Southern Mines, us a COMMISSION BUYER OF GOODS, . ... IN SAN FRANCISCO. . . . All orders scut with the money nec essary to pay for them, will be prompt ly filled at the lowest pi ices they can he bought, and the‘lowest rate of commis sion. The goods will he forwarded by an agent in Stockton, to any part of the Southern Mines. For busincts qualifications and integ rity, he is permitted to give the fol lowing .... REFERENCES :.. .. _Sn n Fra nciscu —James K ing of Win; Mm T. Coleman & Co.; Arrington & Co.; A. Topping; Chas. H. Burton; Randolph & Lipman, StocJclov —Biven & Baranco; B. W. Owens & Co.; T. R. Bours &. Co. ; May & Webster ; J. Sutter & Co.; E. IV * Colt; Grove & Ferguson. Office—At Barton & McCarty’s San Francisco. June 11, 1853—tf 31 WM. ROBINSON <s• CO. BOSTON HOUSE, West side of Dupont Street , No. 279, SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 24, 1853. 46 JOB PRINTING Neatly Executed at the Gazette Office. BLANKS of all kinds printed to order. J . STREET & Co., —dealersin GOLD DUST cS- EXCHANGE, Shaw’s Flat and Springfield. Exchange for every steamer, on Adams &. Co., payable at any of their offices in the Atlantic States. Sight Checks on all parts of the State. t&T Gold Dust bought at highest rates. # * # General and Special Deposits re ceived. 3m—4l AMERICAN 11UT El. Main Street, Col u m n i a . M The subscriber, grateful forpn*t patronage, take# pleasure in in forming the public that lie has fitted up the American Hotel in elegant style—the rooms being commodious and well ventilated, and every portion of the house having, undergone thorough repairs,—and he flatters himself that he can render general satisfaction t#all who may give him a call. His J*ar shall be well supplied, at all times, with the best cigars, and choicest liquors. Kelty & Co.’s Stages leave the Ho tel four times daily for Sonora. W. G. VAN ARSDALL. Ji nk 11, 1853—tf 31 GISCHEL & 111 Jj DEN HR AND’S BOSTON BAKER V. I’iie firm of (iisehel it Robinson haring been dissolved, by mutual consent, the undersigned, will endeavor to merit a continuance of the patronage so lib erally extended to tbe old firm by the citizens of Columbia and viciniVr, by supplying them, as heretofore, with the very best H /iile avd Bj/r Breed , Cokes mol hot coffp.i;, at all hours of the day—also with the best wines and liquors that can be (bum! in Cali'oruia. CONRAD GISCHEL, M. HIDDEN BR AND. Columbia, Oct. 22, 1853—I)'5<t FOR SALE. The subscribers have for sale a supe rior lot of STOCK BOOS! A bargain may he. had hv immediate application at the Columbia Mark* t. H. PILEV ic Co. Oct. 22,-50 tf. THE COLUMBIA GAZETTE Is Published every Saturday morning, By DDCBOW k YANCEY. j.c.duciiow j [t.m.tAwctr On \\ ashington Street. T E R M .S’ : For one year, in advance, $ 5 00 Fur six months, 3 U 9 For three months, .* 2 00 Single Copies, 29 ADVE RT IS EM E N 'l' S: 10 LINES OK LESS CONSTIi l TE A S»I' ! AKE First insertion, $3 00 Each subsequent insertion, I 50 To those’who advertise regularly by the month, a reduction of 25 per cent will be made. JOB WOII K 4 OF every discripuon u • .tly and prompt ly executed at the Columbia Gazette Offioc. AGENT S , Columbia, J Harrison, “ “ A A Hunnewell Vallicito, M. O. Jones. Advertisements, Subscriptions, or communications left fur the Columbia Gazette with our agents above, will be promptly forwarded. John Duchow, Esq., of Salem, Mas* is authorized to receive and receipt for subscriptions to the Columbia Gazette, for the Eastern States.