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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, M., and at 7 o’clock in the evening. J. 0. PENDERGRASS, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, Spring field Divine Service will be held eve ry Sabbath evening, at 7 o’clock. A. 8. GIBBONS, Pastor. Methodist Episc.opal Church, Sonora. Divine Service will be held every Lord’s day, at 11 o’clock, a. u., and at early ciandle-light, in the evening. Sunday 'School at half part two, p. u. DANIEL DEAL, Pastor. Methodist Episcopal Church, South, Sonora. Divino 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, A P k A M., Columbia, meets at their Lodge room, on the Ist and 3d Thursday in each month, at 8 o’clock, I’. M. 'Tuolumne Lodge , No. 8, A. F & A, M., Sonora, meets on the first and third Saturdays of every month,at their Lodge room. Odd Fshows Tuolumne Lodge, No. 21, meets every Tuesday evening, at the Masonic Hall, over the M. E. Church South. SAML. DEALY, N. G. A. J. Hatch, Sec. 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 heir Lodge room. Post-Offices Columbia Post-Office, open from 8 o’clock, a. m., to Bp. ax. On the arri val of the Atlantic Mails, the Office will not be closed until ! 1 o’clock, p. m. A. A. HUNNEWELL, P. M. Sonera Pcst-Ojjice, open from 9 o’clock, a. m., to 7, p. m. Sundays— from 10 o’clock, a. m., to 3, p. m. 11. W. THE ALL, P. M. Post-Offices in Tuolumne County. Columbia,.... A A HunneweD, P. M. Sonora, II W Theall, Jacksonville. .George B Keys, “ Jamestown... Col. Donovan, “ Curtisviilo ... Peter Dean, “ Big Oak Flat, Joseph W Brittain “ Green Spring, James D Taber, “ Horr’sßanch, G D Dickinson, “ Oak Springs, G D SLoemake, “ NOTICE. Col. 0. K. Gillespie, will adjust all outstanding accounts against the under signed, and receive payment from those indebted for Board. They would oblige by making immediate payment, as the subscriber intending to leave Co lumbia in a few days. M. G. SHERLOCK. Columbia, Fob, 11, 1554.-tf COLUMBIA HOUSE. Agk This will known and commodi ml ous Hotel, has been leased by Blcssrs. Busenbark St Perry, who have refitted and furnished it anew, and they trust by strict attention to the wants of their customers, to merit a share of the public patronage. The intention of the Proprietors is to render this Hotel a favorite resort for the travelling pub lic, an agreeable home for their boarders* Having been engaged in the business for a number of years, they esteem them selves capable of conducting it in a man ner that will be unexceptional to all who may favor them with a call. ITie bar will be constantly supplied with choicest Liquors, Wines and Ci gars. BUSENBARK ft PERRY. Columbia, Feb. 18, 1854-67-tf NOTICE. Lost or taken from the safe of Geo Wilson St Co , my small pocket raanuel. containing one Note against rao, payable to E. R. Wright, for the amount oVone hundred dollars; and other papers of no particular value. Missed shortly after the Dissolution of Geo. Wilson St Co., whioh took place in May last. This is to forewarn all persons from trading for Mid note, as it has been paid. RICHARD BURR. Columbia, Feb. Ift, 1651-BT-3w LiiT of Post Offices and Postmas ters in the State, August Ist, 1053. Name of Office, County. Postmasters. Agua Frio, Mariposa, B F Whitten. Alamo, Contra Costa, John M Jones. Angel’s Camp, Calaveras, C L Lake. Ashland Butte Elijah Lott Auburn Placer J F Bailey Arum City El Dorado C L Frost Benicia Solano J Miller Bidwell’s Bar Butte A B Newcomb Big Bar Trinity W Coddington Big Oak J W Britton Bodega Sonoma J M Miller Cache Creek Yolo A McDonald Campo Scco Tuolumne J H Richardson Charley’s Rancho Butte Fred Peake Chico Butte A II Barber Columbia Tuolumne A A Hunnowell Colusa Colusa Wm Vincent Cold Spring ElDorado J M Grotschciner Contra Costa Contra Costa A Marier Coaumnc Sacramento W. D Wilson Cottonwood Shasta D C Hamilton Coloma El Dorado P L Wcymer Curtisvillc Tuolumne Peter Dean Dobbin’s Rancho Yuba W W Dobbin Double Springs Calaveras JLH unt Downicvillu Sierra J Germon Dry Town Calaveras A G Sueath Elk Horn Contra Costa A Met ier Eureka Trinity H W Bean Foster’s Bar Yuba T M Benton Fremont Yolo W G Brown Garden Valley El Dorado T McConnell Georgetown El Dorado W T Gibbs Gilroy Santa Clara J Houch Goodyear’s Bar Sierra A C Johnson Grass Valley Nevada E Mathcwson Green Springs Tuolumne J D Taber Greenwood El Dorado C G Brady Hamilton Butte E M Burrows Horr’s Ranch Tuolumne G D Dickinson Horse Town Shasta G W Baker lone Valley Calaveras JII A Ivor J; Jacksonville Tuolumne G B Keyes Jackson Calaveras H II Mann Junction . Yuba J T Boencr Kilna Shasta Wm Potter Knight’s Ferry San Joaquin G M Dent Loseen’a Butte C W Pomeroy Los Angeles L Angeles W T B Sanford Marysville Yuba P W Keyser Mariposa Mariposa J McNamrrra Martinez Contra Costa 0 C Collin Marsh’s Landing do G Kimball Maxwell’s Creek Mariposa G W Coulter Mendocino Trinity L W_Fish Myrry Oaks San Joaquin A G Hcndoe Mission San Jose san'.a clara j j Vallejo Mokclurane hill Calaveras J B mckinncy Moore’s Ranch Colusi W Vincent Mormon Island Sacramento J W Shaw Monterey Monterey A Randall Mud Springs ElDorado Darwin Chase Murphy’s Napa City Nashville Nevada Nicolas North Ranch Calaveras L Bcnnand Napa fG W Cornwall El Dorado J P Thurston Nevada R A Davago Sutter T H Russell Calaveras E T Lake Oak Springs Tuolumne G D Shoemaker Ophir Maripo a J H Miller Ophirville Placer D B Curtis Oro City * Placer C Langdon Park’s Bar Yuba £jE Y Gaver Placerville El Dorado W D Williams Petaluma Sonoma • S N Terrill Quartsburg Mariposa ’l’ Thorn Ringgold El Dorado J L Sargent Round Tent Nevada J B Her ter Rough & Ready Nevada E F Brundage San FrauciscoSan Francisco TJ Ilenly Sacramento Sacramento F Forman San Diego San Diego P H Hooff San Juan Monterey P Breen San L Obispo S L Obispo S A Pollard San Jose Santa Clara 'J R Patrick Santa Clara Santa Clara" F Cooper Santa Cruz Santa Cruz E Anthony Santa Rosa Sonoma T G Ilabman San Ramon Contra Costa S Russell Salmon Falla VEI Dorado J B Mills Santa Barbara "Santa Barbara S Barney San Bernardino L Angels R R Hopkins San Rafael Marin M Stoppard Shasta Shasta D II Harrell Sonoma Sonoma J N Randolph Sonora Tuolumne II W Thoall Steiubergere San Francisco J D Carr Staple’s Ranch S Joaquin D J Staples Stockton San Joaquin John S Evans Sutter Creek Calaveras D Craudall ShinglejSprings ElDorado D T Hall Tehama Colusi W Vincent Texas Hill Sacramento Jas Clarkin Third Crossing Calaveras W G Eorcst Trinidad Klamath L B Gilkey Uniontown Trinity A H Murdoch V allejo Solano V ernon Sutter Volcano Calaveras Washington, S Y Nevada H Draper Wcavervillo Trinity II B Davidson Yankee Jim’s Placer C W King Yolo Yolo J A Hutton Yuba City, Sutter, W F Nelson. It Leslie L Abdell E W Gcmmill N OTIC E . The Hanking House of J amt* & Co., will be dos&i on the Sihbath, from and after January Ist, 1554. the accommodation of the public, the office will be kept open, on Saturday evening, until ten o’clock JAMES MILLS & CO. Columbia, Dec. 21, 130.'i-59-tf. JOB PR IX 77 XG XtrJljH Ext*:'** ai '.»? G y zrftf Of :/, BLACKSMITHING AND WAG ON MAKING. The undersigned, would, re ppcctfully inform the citizens of Columbia and vicinity, that they are now carrying on the above business, in the Shop formerly occupied by Mr. Boswell, and are perpared to do all kinds of work, in their line of business, in a workmanlike manner, and at the short est notice. All kinds of mining tools on band, and made to order, and war ranted. The subscribers flatter them selves from their experience in the busi ness, that they will be able to give sat isfaction to all who may patronize their shop. FLEMING & HEDDEN. Dec. 31, 1853-60-2 m. DISSOLUTION. The co-partncship heretofore existing between the undersigned, in the People’s Market, has been disolved by mutual consent. All persons indebted to the late firm,or those having demands against the same, are requested to call and set tle, at the above place. GEORGE WILSON. A. HOCIIMUTH. The subscriber returns bis thanks to the public for the liberal patronage heretofore extended to the People’s Mar ket, and will use his best endeavors to warrant a continuance of the same. ANDREW HOCIIMUTH, Proprietor. Columbia, Dec. 2-1, 1853-SU-tf. R E M 0 V A h~. m. Dr. J. C. Young, has removed from 2261 Dupont street to the corner of MONTHOMERY AND CALIFOR NIA STREETS, opposite the Banking House of Page, Bacon & Co., where he will be happy to consult with his former patrons, and treat scientifically and with discretion all those who may require the services of a Physician. The success of Dr. Young since his advent in this State has been without a parallel, and he hopes by continued and untiring ap plication to his Profetsion, to remove from the public mind that lack of con fidence which has so unhappily existed in regard to the Medical Profession in the State of Califoruia. P. S.—All letters enclosing $!0 will receive immediate attention. Direct Bos 735, P. O. N. B.—All papers in the State will please insert ds S eclal Notice, the a bove, for one month, and send bill to J. C. Young, M. D. Feb. 4,-G5-lm. AUCTION NOTICE. Notice is hereby given, that Mr. JOHN LEAHY, of Columbia, is our authorized Agent at that place and vi cinity, with power to receive goods cn Commission, and sell at public Auction in our name. DREYPOUS & WHEATON. County Auctioneers, Sonora. The subscriber notifies the public of Columbia and vicinity, that he will de vote a strict and prompt attention, to the sale at Public Auction, of every description of goods, and respectfully solicits the patronage of the public. Due notice will be given of regular sales. Sale-room on Broadway, 4 doors north of Columbia Exchange—-Goods receiv ed on storage. JOHN LEARY, Auctioneer , Columbia. Jan. 28, 1854-64-tf. R E-0 P E N I N G OF THE ST. CHARLES RES TA UR A NT. Cornerl Broadway $ Washington Sts. —o — This popular Epicurean Saloon will be open from and after Saturday, Feb. 4th, 1854. Meals can be obtained at all hours of the day or night, and the table will be furnished with everything the market affords. JOHN A. CARDINELL, & CO. Columbia, Feb. 4, 1854-65-tf. notice! Messrs Sotrr, & Jaa. W. Marshall, having purchased the entire interest of Henry Pilcy, in the firm of Henry Pi- Icy & Co. of Columbia, the copartner ship, heretofore existing between them, is this day dissolved. Naper Soderer and James W. Marshall alone are charg ed with the settlement of the affairs of the late firm, and will continue the Butchering Business, at the Columbia Market, cornerof Main & Fulton streets, on their own account. HENRY PILEY, NAPE SOTRR, J. W. MARSHALL, Columbia, Feb. IS, 1854-67-tf notice! Persons wishing to purchase Books, Stationary, or News Papers, at a reason able price, can always find an assort ment * (he POST OFFICE Book' *t*re, CehrraHa Jan. 7,185 t. JAMES MILLS fc CO. BANKERS ...AND... DEALERS IN EXCHANGE, CORKER Of lIAIN It FULTON STREETS, . . . .COLUMBIA. . . . Drafts for sale at sight, or or liras, or the principal cities in the Atlantic States. t Gold Dust purchased at the 19* highest rates. tgR Drafts on San Francisco at par. Col lections made on reasonable terms. # * # Having one of Herring’s largest fire proof safes, enclosed in a commodi ous and secure vault, arc prepared to receive general and special deposits. August Ist, 1853—1 tf REMOVAL. ADAMS & CO. have removed their OFFICE, to the building occupied by C, J. Brown, Main Street, Columbia, where they are prepared to carry on their Banldng and Express Business as heretofore. %* Having recently erected a fire and thief proof vault one of thebest in Cal ifornia, are prepared to receive Gold Dust and Coin on Deposit, special or otherwise. Sight Checks on all part.-: of California. Drafts at Sight o', all parts of the Atlantic States and Europe. Highest rates paid for GOLD DUST.-** N. B. Collections made in any part of California, at a reasonable per ct. Columbia, Juno 11, 1853. 31. JAMES MILLS CO., BANKERS, COLUMBIA, Draw at sight, in sums to suit, on Suffolk Bank Boston ; Duncan, Sherman & C0....N. York; Page & Bacon St. Louis, EXCHANGE, at four per cent. HIGHEST PRICE paid at all times for GOLD DUST Columbia, Nov. 5, 1853. 52 tf f f J. P. TANEY, PETEK O. BERTINE. YANEY & B£ It TINE, B A N K E R S , . . . SONOR A . . . Dba rrs on Page, Bacon & Co., San Ppanelsao; also, Drafts on Page, Bacon & Co., London, Now York, Boston, Philadei • phia, Baltimore, N. Orleans, St. Louis, Louis ville, Cincinnati and Pittsburgh. jJfirHigheat price paidfoi Gold Gold Bust taken on General or Spec ial Deposit, Gold Bust skipped to all parts of the United States. Collections made at a reasonable per cent., and all branches of the Bank ing business attended to. January S—l NOTICE. The undersigned wishing to close up his business, previous to Lis departure for the Atlantic States, hereby notifies all persons indebted to him, to call and settle up. And all those having ac counts against him, are requested to call immediately and have them adjusted. C. B. WATTS. Columbia, Jan. 14,1854—R2-tf. 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 INFORMATION WANTED Of the whereabouts of James J. Bur ger and James Y* Middleton, who left Kanesvill, lowa, in May, 1852, and arrived in Hangtown, California, by way of the Plains, in December, 1852 Any information respecting them will be thankfully received by their anxious mother, Eveline Middleton,or Scbastiue Vishcr, Esq., Stockton. Jan. 14, 1854-62-lm T. R. TAYLOR , Attorney & Counsellor at Law, .... Office on Broadway ,.... one door below the old Court Room, Columbia. December 4, 1852—tf 6 J. T. FIS //, Attorney & Counsellor at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Office, opposite the Justice s Court, Corner of Broadway & Washington Sta Columbia, Oof. 1, 1R*3.—17 WELLS, FARGO & CO’S SOUTHERN EXPRESS! Daily Express to and from San Francisco, Stockton, Jamestown, So nora, Columbia, Murphy’s and Mokel umne Hill, connecting at Stockton with a Daily Express from Mount Ophir, Mariposa, and all other prom inent places South ; and, at San Francisco, with our Daily Express for Sacramento City, Marysville, Nevada, Placcrville, and all parte of the North ern Mines. Also, —To all parts of tho Atlaj» tic States and Europe. The following are the principal Offices in the United States and Canada. New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Bal timore, Washington City, New Orleans. Providence, R. 1., Albany, Troy, Utica Syracuse, Geneva, Auburn, Cananda. gua, Rochester, Buffalo, Dunkirk, El myra, Binghamton, Cleveland, Ohio, Columbus, Dayton, Cincinnati, Zanes ville Sandusky, Toledo, Detroit, Mich., Jackson, Ann Arbor, Marshall, Milwau kio, Wis., Chicago, 111.,Galena, Spring field Louisville Ky., St. Louis, Mo., Dubuque, 10., Rutland, Vt., Burlington. Montreal, Canada, Quebec, Kingston, Toronto, London, Hamilton. Drafts on the above places at the cheapest rates. Merchants and Wholesale Deal ers are informed that the office in Stockton pays particular attention to the forwarding of Goods by teams. Com mission charges, moderate. WM. DAEGENER, Agent. \ REMOVAL.—The office of Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express, in Columbia, has been removed to the American Hotel. WM. DAEGENER, Agent. Columbia,. Nov. 5, 1863. 52 ~A MERIC ‘A N HO TEL Main Street, Columbia. MThe subscriber, grateful for past patronage, takes pleasure in in forming the public that be bn? fitted up the American Hotel in elegant stylo—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 to all who may give him a call. His Bar 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. VANARSDALL. June 11, 1853—tf 31 INFORMAT 10N WANTED Of Gilman Hilton, formerly of New Hampshire; has resided in Mexico 8 years, and lias been in the Southern Mines of California, since the spring ol 1950. He is about <5 feet In height, dark complexion, rather thin, aged about 36 years. Any information concerning him whether dead or living, will ho thank fully received by his brother Harrison Hilton, through Wells, Fargo & Co's Express, Sacramento. Sonora Herald, Sacramento Union and San Joaquin Republican please copy 2 months, and send bill to FI. Hilton, at Sacramento, via Wells, Fargo & Co’s Express. Dec. 10-57-2 m. ’'gischel & hiiTdenrkand’S BOS TON BAKER Y. The firm of Gischel & Robinson having been dissolved, by mutual consent, the undersigned, will endeavor to merit a continuance of the patronage so lib erally extended to the old firm by the citizens of Columbia and vicinity by supplying them, as heretofore, with the very best White, and Bye Bread , Pies, Calces ann HOT COFFEE, at all hoil»s of the day—also with the best wines and liquors that can be found in California. CONRAD GISCHEL, M. IIILDENBRAND. Columbia, Oct. 22, 1853—tf 50 A CARD. The undersigned taken thin method of recommending to the public the “ PEOPLE'S MARKET ,” Andrew Hochmouth, Proprietor, Main street, Columbia, Where the most choice Beef, Pork Veal, Mutton, &c., may always be bad. He cordially recommends this Market to the citizens of Columbia. JOS. WHITMAN. Dec. 3, 1853. tf NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that an assess ment of forty-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 Aug , 1853. JAS. P. CLOUGH, See’y S#w?r», Sepf U, 18S& 4» San Frandsco Advertisements. L. R. MILLS, JAS. VANTINK. formerly of San F rancuco. Knight's Ferry MILLS & VANTINE, Importers ami Dealers in Wines, Liquor f and Cigars. We arc constantly receiving per clip per ships, Wines and Brandies of all the assorted styles, and approved brands. All orders from the interior attended to with punctuality. No. t 54, Front, cor. Sacramento sts, San Francisco, Agents for the celebrated Mills* Winr Bitters. July 23, 1853. 37 SAMUEL 11. PRICHARD , Formerly of Petersburgh, Fa., but for the last hco years a resident of Stockton,) Would respectfully offer bis services t* the Merchants of that place and the Southern Mines, as a COMMISSION BUYER OF GOODS, .... IX SAN FRANCISCO. . . . All orders sent with the money nec essary to pay for them, will be prompt ly filled at the lowest prices they can be bought, and the lowest rate of commis sion. The goods will be forwarded by an agent in Stockton, to any part of tho Southern Mines. For busincts qualifications and Integ rity, he is permitted to give the fol lowing .... REFERENCES t. . . . San Francisco —James King ofWm; Win T. Coleman &. Co.; Arrington k Co. ; A. Topping; Chas. H. Ilurton ; Randolph Si Lipman. Stock ten —Bivea & Baranco; B. W. Owens &. Co.; T. R. Fours &. Go.; May &, Webster; J. Sutter & Co.; E. W. Colt; Grove It F erguson. Office—At Barton & McCarty’* San Francisco. June 11, ISs3—(f 31 COLUMBIA DRUG STORE. For Silo, at the Columbia Drug Stor* on State street, a full assortment ctf Drugs, IMkdicines, I’atemt Mhjh cineh, Brush r.s, Combs, Per riMr.uv, &c., P. S. Physicians prescriptions Harm fully compounded. Columbia, Dec. 24, 1853.-69—tf. GREEN STRINGS RANCH FOR SALE. The subscriber, offers for sale. or. rea sonable terms, ibis splendid Tavern stand situated about IS miles from Sonora, en the main road loading from Souora Stockton. The house is large and weij situated tor a Hotel, and Ls crowded with travellers daily* There is also a larg# and excellent pardon belonging to the Ranch, which is irrigated from a never lading spring. This property with all the furniture, and fixtures, for keeping up a first class country Hotel, together with stock &e. fcc., is now offered for sale. Persons wishing to buy a pleasant residence, can b ’id no bettor place in California. Apply to the subscriber on the premises. J. D. TABER. July 9th, 1853.—tf. THE COLUMBIA GAZETTE Is Published every Saturday morniag, By DOC HOW k I ANGST, J.C.Dfcnow] Proprietors, [T.M.TAUf. *T On Washington Street. TER M S : For one year, in advance, $5 00 For six months, 3 00 For three months, 2 00 Single Copies, 29 ADVERTISEMENTS: 10 1-INKS OR LESS CONBTZTTJTK A SqVARB First insertion, $3 00 Each subsequent insertion, 1 00 To those who advertise regularly by the month, a reduction of 25 per cent wUI be made. JOB WORK OF every diseript ion neatly and prompt ly executed at the Columbia Oaaett* Office. BLANKS of all kinds printed to order A GENTS , Columbia, J Harrison, “ “ A A Hunnewoll. Sonora, Ysnney & Robert* “ Wood* k. Purdy. Advertisements, Subscriptions, or communications left for the Columbia Gazette with our agents above, will be promptly forwarded. John Duchow, Esq., of Salem, Mast is authorized to receive and receipt for sulscriplions to the Columbia Oaaette for the EastemStatw.