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CElTEJaX IN TXlfK,
Washington, August 4. A gemtlt
man who convened with ont of th
wardens of the district jail last evening
elicited the following information in
regard to Guiteau: When first arrest
ed the prisoner appeared to be laboring
to gain the good will of those around
him. He was easily satisfied; and
found no occasion for grumbling. Lat
terly he says he has changed, and ex
hibits great irritability, manifesting a
wish to wreak speedy vengeance on
any attendant wlio offends him. When
the President's .relapse fook place,
Guiteau learned of it in some unknown
and manifested his satisfaction.
to the theory that he
was an instrument of God's will in the
matter, and assumes to believe that the
death ef the President would be con
firmation of his theory. He seems to
be in constant dread of violence, and
when on one or two occasions he bus
been to the warden's rooms to see the
District-Attorney, he has requested
that the windows be closed and that he
be restored to bis cell. His study of
the Bible seams to be for the purpose
of finding precedents for his act. He
points to the command given to Abra
ham to slay Isaac, as one event, saying
that in that case God furnished a sub
stitute -for the victim. In this he may
choose to save the life of-the victim in
another way. The jail authorities, the
officials said, are still apprehensive of
violence, having information that a
secret organization exists, not only
hare- in Washington, but in other
cities, for th'e purpose of.' killing. Guit
eau. Guiteau looks forward to bis
trial with no apprehension. He ex
pects to make a profound impression
as a lawyer on that occasion.
Guiteau's paper asking to be admit
ted to bail will not be given out by the
District-Attorney, who says, however,
that Guiteau does not yet hit upon the
idea of securing counsel. Corkhill
says, also, that Guiteau knows nothing
of the President's condition, but infers
from not hearing of his death that he
xnust"be well on the road torecovery.
rontlBi ruate Eclipsed.
Tom Marshal was engaged in the
trial of a case in the interior of Ken
tucky, when the decision of the jwdge
struck him so bad that he rose up and
"There never was such a ruling as
that since Pontius Pilate presided at
the trial of Christ."
"Mr. Clerk," responded the judge,
"fine Mr. Marshal 510 for contempt of
"I confess, your Honor," continued
Tom, "that what I said was a little
hard on Pontius Pilate; but it is the
first time in the history of Kentucky
jurisprudence that it is held that to
speak disrespectfully of Pontius Pilate
is contempt of court."
"Mr. Clerk, make the fine 20 for
continnous contempt of court," said the
judge solemnly. '
"Well, judge," Tom added, "as you
won all my money last night at poker,
lend me the twenty."
"Mr. Clerk," cried the judge hastily,
"remit the fine. The State can afford
to lose it better than I can."
"I congratulate the court upon its
return to a sane condition," said Tom,
resuming his seat amid roars of laugh
ter. The noble St. Birnard dog is doomed
to exturftion, at leaat as the friend and
-rcsctKf the poor-fcot traveler ver
the St. Gothard. In a few months the
beneficent and time honored hospice
will be closed. The railway under the
gigantic Alps will draw all wanderers
away from the mountain road, for the
poorest peddler pursuing his little com
merce between Italy and Switzerland,
and the most destitute searcher after
employment far from home, will rather
pay his small railway fart than risk
the avalanche and weary walk. So
ends a great Catholic charity, one of
most beautiful, brave, and self-sacrificing
which the world has ever seen.
A curious coincidence is found in
the fact that the nurse -who attended
the President at the time of his birth
died at about the hour the assassin at
tempted his life. Her name was Mrs.
Stewart C. Gardner, and she died at
the residence of her son, A. J. Gard
ner in Mason township, near Dow.-
riac, Mich., at the age of 87 years.
lavy tobacco at the JNew Xork
pr for 65'cta. pw ponnd.
TBI BCBBHIST BIBLE.
After years of persistent effort, the
Rev. J. N. Gushing, Baptist missionary
at Rangoon, has finally succeeded in
procuring a complete copy of the canon
ical writings of the Buddhists in Pali,
the sacred language of Burmah and
Siam. This rare work, which com
prises the Buddhist Scriptures, is in
fifteen volumes, and it is probably the
only copy in this country, Mr. Cushing
having presented it to the library of
of Brown University, at Providence,
R. I., from which institution the donor
graduated about twenty years ago. It
is said that there is no one in this
country who can read this Bible, but
it is nevertheless interesting as well as
valuable, being the holy Scriptures of
a religion which is five hundred years
older than Christianity, and which has
far more adherents than any other re
ligion, the Buddhists being reckoned as
numbering more than four hundred
millions, or one-third of the entire
human race. This copy was purchased
by Mr. Cushing for the sum of 225.
It was forwarded from Rangoon by
Rev. Mr. Jameson, who has recently
to this country from the
Rangoon Baptist Mission. It is writ
ten Hpon the leaves of the talipot with
a stylus and is bound liternllv in
boards. One of the volumes, Mr. Gush
ing writes, has been used in one of
the Ceylon monasteries for more than
sixty year. The others are entirely
new, haying never been opened since
their final gilding at Mandelay. An
accompanying copy of the "Buddhist
Liturgy," used by the priests at funer
als and on special occasions, is com
posed of thin plates of brass, upon
which the litters are painted in shin
It is only within a comparatively
recent period that anything definite
Lisas been known by us concerning this
great religion of the world which, in
its ethical code, is admitted by Chris
tian clergymen to very nearly approach
Christianity. The existence of Budd
hist canonical books in Sanscrit was
first discovered by B. H. Hodgsdon,
British Resident at the Court of
Nepaul, about the year 1828, and of
these the Asiatic societies of London
and Paris obtained copies. After Study
ing them, Eugene Burnouf, the Orien
tal scholar, in 1844 published his "In
troduction to the Study of Buddhism."
This was the beginning among the
Western nationB of anything like ac
curate information. on this subject. In
1353 Spence Hardy published his
"Manual of Buddhism," which, with
bis-"Eastern Monarchism, lssu
eral years before, gives an account of
the sacred books. In 18G0 J. B. St.
Hilaire published "Le Bouddha et sa
Religion," which is a digest of all that
is known on the subject. S. F.
struck: oijl, !
Selling: At $16.00
New York Store
In the County Court of Jackson countv.
fatate of Oregon, bitting for probate busi
ness Tuesday, ugust 2, 1831.
In the mattei of the estate of A melia Ottcn,
minor heir of Fred. Mug, deceased.
I N PURSUAN E of an order and license
L of the said County Court, the under
signed, guardian of the said minor heir of
Fred. Pflug, deceased, will sell at public
auction at the Court House door in Jack
sonville, in said county, on
Saturday, September 3, I8S1,
between the hours of nine o'clock a. m.
and four o'clock r. ir, the following des
cribed real property, belonging to said es
The undivided one-half of the S W U of
the S W H of section .30, township 37, S.
range 3 Yv, containing 40 acres; situated
in Jackson county, Oregon.
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
Guardian of Amelia Otten.
In the County Court of Jackson county,
State of Oregon, sitting for probate busi
ness Tuesday, August 2, 1881.
In the matter of the estate of George and
Clara .Ncuber, minor heirs of John
IN PURSUANCE of an order and license
of the said County Court, the under
signed, guardian of the said minor heirs
orJohn Ncuber, decersed, will sell at pub
lic auction at the Court House door in
Jacksonville, in said county, on
Saturday, September 3, IS8I,
between the hours of nine o'clock a. m.
and four o'clock p. ir., the following des
cribed real property, belonging to said es
Loto No. 1 and 2, in block No. 22, as
laid down in the official town plat of Jack
Terms of sale Cash in hand.
Miss Ella M. Scott,
Teacher of Music;.
PIANO FORTE, ORGAN
In Notation, Formation and Cultivation
of the Voice; Solo Singing, English and
Italian; Singing at Signt; Fart Singing;
Dramatic Action in Singing; Ensemble
Playing; Harmony, Counterpoint, and
Fugue; Musical Theory; Normal In
struction; Church Music; Orotario and
In the study of the Piano, pupils are re
quired to pursue the most modern system
ol technical training. Great care is taken
to train pupils in correctness of manual
position and movement; the different
kinds of touch, rapidity and clearness in
the execution of all the scales, the ar
peggios of the common chords, the chords
of the seventh, etc. Lchcrt & Stark's
"Piano School," four books, will be used
principally in the 1st and 2nd grades, to
gether with selections from Clementi,
Krausc, Schumann and Mendelssohn,
which with selections from Kohler.Bertini,
Heller, Locsclihorn, Plaidy, Czemy,
Haydn.Moschelcs, Eschmann, Mozart, and
etfcm-arwnada the basis of instrueilon-in
the third grade.
Organ nvpils will be required to use
Rink's "Organ School," first five books,
Buck's "Studies in Pedal Phrasing," "The
Organist;' by Southard & "Whiting. Par
ticular attention is given:
1. To systematic study of obligato
2. To a knowledge of harmony and
3. To the art of accompanying.
4. To the art of improvising.
5. To concert music with special refer
ence to the works of Sebastian Bach and
Harmony and Composition.
Classes will be formed for those who
wish to give special attention to their study,
and also for the higher branches of musical
theory, counterpoint, fugue, form and in
strumentation. Course or Study in Theory.
This embraces Acconstics, the Tone
System, Rhythm and Tempo, Melody, The
matic treatment, Musical Form, together
with the principles underlying the mean
ing and interpretation of .Music.
Instruction in this department includes
the study of the union of the registers;
study of the physiology of the vowels and
consonants; study of solfeggio and the ap
plication of words to music; exercises for
obtaining agility and flexibility of the
voice. Thorough cxeiciscs in the scales,
study of the movements and embellish
ments suitable to the different styles of
singing. Study of dramatic expression
and development of the voice; study of
.cngiisir, uerman ana Italian songs.
NEW SADDLER SHOP,
Thomas J. Kenney, Prop.
AVING OPENED OUT A NEW
t shop in Langell's building.
oppose iUtisomu nan, i am luily pre
pared to do any work in mv line with
promptness and dispatch. Will keep on
hand a good assortment of saddles, bridles,
harness, bus, spurs, etc. None but the
best California leather used. Job wort a
specialty and prices to suit the times.
ESrGivc me a trial.
T. J. KENNEY.
Jacksonville, July 10, 1831.
- u - u ZL.
Land Office at Roseburq, Ogn., )
July 8, 1881. S
Notice is hereV given that the following-named
settler has Hied notice of his in
tention to make final proof in suppoitof
his claim, and .secure final entry thereof on
Saturday, Aug. 20, 1881, before the County
Judge or Clerk of Jack&on county, Ore
gon, viz: James Loomis, Homestead Ap
plication, No. 2,752 for the S JorNAV
, and Lots No. G and 7, Sec. 24, T 36 S U
4 V, and names the following as his wit
nisses, viz: C. E. Miller, B F. Miilcr, Ben
Haymond of Rock Point, and Thomas
Haymond of Woodvillc, all of Jackson
n'u. F. Benjamin. Register.
Land Office at RosEnuno, Oon., )
June 27. 1881. f
Notice is hereby given that the following-named
settle lias filed notice of his in
tention to make final proof in support of
his claim, and secure final entry thereof on
Saturday, August (J. 1881, before the Judge
or Clerk of Josephine county, at Kerby
ville, viz: Joseph W.York, Homestead Ap
plication, No. 2,442 for the WJofN W
if, lot and 3 Sec. 1 and N E if, ot N E W,
Sec 2, T 38 S R 5 W, Willamette Men
dian, and names the following as his wit
nesses, viz: H. York, II. Jones, K. Henks
and J. W. Gilmore, all of Applegate, Jose
phine county, Mregon.
Wm.F. Benjamin, Register.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
the co-partnership heretofore existing
between A. Fibber and S. Cohn, is hereby
dissolved by mutual consent, A Fisher re
tiring. All accounts against the late firm
will be settled by S. Cohn to whom all ac
counts due the firm must "also be paid.
The business will be continued by the un
dersigned, who thankful for past patron
age, solicits a continuance of the same.
Jacksonville, June 18, 1881.
The copartnership heretofore existing
between John Noland and Jas. P. Mc
Daniel, under the firm name of Noland &
McDaniel, is hereby dissolved by mutual
consent, the former retiring. The busi
will be continued by 'McDaniel & Co., to
whom all accounts with the old firm must
be paid at once, and who will also settle
all indebtedness against the same.
J. P. McDANIEL,
Jacksonville, June 22, 1881.
All persons knowing themselves in
debted to the undersigned in any manner
are hereby notified to call and settle at
once. This is positively the last call, for I
mean business. An immediate reponse
will .save costs. J05. SOLOMON.
Jacksonville, June SO, 1881.
Comprising a lull line of
The Finest Assortment ot
LADIES DRESS GOODS
HATS, ETC., ETC.
Ever Brought to this City;
LATEST STYLES AND
AND 7ILL BE SOLD AT
NEVER TTKART) OF.
HO FOR THE
CENTENNIAL BRIDG !
The public is hereby notified that a good
supply of the best baled hay, barley, oats
and country produce, as also superior to
bacco, cigars, liquors, etc., are always kept
at the well-known CENTE.sNIAL
BRIDGE, two miles east of Rock Point,
on the O. & C. Stage Road, at reasonable
prices, Free stabling furnished. Mr. P.
Emise will wail on customers and spare
no pains lor their accommodations. Satis
dTLook out for cappers at the lower
Dardanelles, April 9, 1881.
U. S. Land Office, RosEntmn, Op.., )
3Iav 20. 1831.
Notice is hereby given that Ueorge
'Tamlc:, wheue post office nJilrcus-is Sterl-
insrHllc. Jackson county, Oregon, has this
day applied for a patent for placer mining
ground situated in Sterlingville mining
district. County of Jackson, Stale of Ore
gon, and designated as the S E 14 of N E
l-4ofNWl-4 of Sec. 4 in Township 3'J
S, of R 2 west of W llametlc Meridian of
the United States survey, and containing
The location of this mine ii recorded in
volume 9 page 2S0 of deed records in
Jackson county, Oregon. Any and nil
persons claiming adversely any portion of
said Gearge "iaudes, mine or surface
ground, are "required to file their adverse
claims with the Register of the United
vtates Land Office, at !,;o.cbnrg, Douglas
county, Oregon, during the sixty days
publication hereof or tliey will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the statute.
Wm. F. Benjamin, Register.
S, P. HASUNA,
TN CKONEUM.E!t'S ISUILMSG IS IN
1 receipt ot u full uortment c.t iimtt-ral
rfhd prepared to in nil work in hi line ci ..
libnrt nntlce and in it tvorkinnnlikr uunnei
Vetiiclcsol every de-criplion nMili hi
Terms reaFonablf wl hiii-factlnii jriir
JEB""Repnriii9 a nciiil'y
i. P JIAN'NV
DIWJ-SlLSBDrS ETTESSAL PILE BX3EDI
Uivcs inunt neiier, ana n an iniuiiDia
CURE FOR ALU KINDS OF PILES.
Sold byDrnpgists everywhere." Price, $1.00
per box, jrrcpnid, by mail. Samples sent
free to Physicians and all sufferers, bj
Neustaedter t Co., Box ?"1G, New York
City. Sole manufacturers of ANAKESIS.
CITY BARBER SHOP
Jacksonville, - - - Oregon
TfTE UNDERSIGNED IS FULLY
prepared to do all work in his line in
the best manner and at reasonable prices.
HORSE - SHOEING.
A. BARNEBURG, Prop.
iTHE SHOP FOR-
Mat. Shannon I
asK a sha
iB BPwww t"fi iBi E-U Hfl
lKen tor worK.
SADDLERY, HARHESS AHD SAEK1LERY HARDWARE.
HAVING THE FACILITIES AND SUPERIOR KNOWLEDGE OF TIIE
manufacturing of everything in our line, we arc prepared to furnish on short
notice, the very best of custom made work, which we make a specialty, and at the
VERY LOWEST LIVING PRICES.
"Repairing executed promptly and with satisfaction. We invite the people of
Southern Oregon to examine our slock before sending their money aw.iy.
tgHenry Judge will take whsat in payment for all bills due him, for which he
will pay the highest market price.
Jacksonville, Oregon, May 3d, 18S0.
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Halarln U nn I'nsccu Vaporoni
Poison, spreading disease and death in
manv localities, for which quinine is no
genuine antidote, but for the effects of
which Hostetter'h Stomach Hitters is not
only a thorough remedy, but a reliable pre
ventative. I o this fact there is an over
whelming array of testimony, extending
over a period of thirty years. All disorders
of the liver, stomach and bowels are also
conquered by the Hitlers. For sale by all
Druggists and Dealers generally.
Watchmaker asd Jeweler,
Cii liforiiia Smt,
MAKES a spc.-ialiy ! ! anin; aid r. -pairing
w trh r d clocks. My
charges are returnable. Giv me a call.
Of egoii St.,J:icU.MnviIlf-
Tlie best of lager beer always kept on
ban 1 and ready for sale by the keg or
' avingquit business 1 must
htive a settlement with till
tho.-e owing me either by notes
oi book account. Costs will be
saved by settling at once as no
grace will be given.
J HN MILL"R.
The undersigned hereby gives notice
that he will at the proper time petition
His Excellency. W. W. Thayer. Governor
of Oregon, for the pardon of Thomas H.
Hancorn sent to the Penitentiary from
Jackson county sometime since.
Dated August C, 1881.
Oar De.crlptlro Illuttrated l'rlca
I.Ir.No.20, of Dry Goods, etc.. wit; be
Issued about March 1st. 1881. Prices
quoted In No. 28 will remain cond until
that date. Send ns jonrnamo enrlj ten
copjofNo.aO. Free toanr addrc-o.
MONTGOMEUY WAKD .,
X27X 23D Wabash At.. Ch Ir. - i
Fine white lace 3 cts. a yard at he
Now York Store.
jl S CELEBRATED 41 A
B BTOSIACH j
BS? BiSftjiryMS agB arm fe
Eel m IT HKT iNf Jk
GENERAL DEALERS IN
ST. MARY'S &CADHXWre
THE SISTERS OP THE HOLY SAME.
T'HE S1IOLAST1C YEAR OF THIS
I school will commence about the end of
August, and is divided in four sessions,
of cloven weeks each.
Board and tuition, perterm, $40.00
Bed and Bedding 4.00
Drawing and piinting 8.00
Piano i 15.00
Entrance fee only om.c. 5.00
SELE..T DAY SCHOOL.
Primary, per term, COO
Junior, " , 8.00
Senior, " ... 10.00
Pupils received at iny time, and special
attention is paid to p-.iticular studies in
behalf of children who have but limited
time. For further particulars apply at
In Masonic Building. Oregon St.
'PUK U.VIJKRSIGNED HEREBY DK
I (irrp to unnnuncv to the public that
Icy arr now prepared to fill all orders for
iii km of every description nch a-wedling
raki-'j cake tr parties, wine cake; also
iir.iwn and rye bread, ginger snaps ar.d
A lunch houie will also be kept at lhi
p'are, whire ojstf-rs in all styles, Limbnrger
nn'J Schweitz-r cheese, can be bad at all
hnrs of the d-iy or night.
fiSyFre.h bread every day.
Prices reasonable and satisfaction guar
anteed. GROB & ULRICH.
N, Ficke, - Proprietor,
This well-known market, one door cast
of the Western Union Telegraph ofllce, is
better prepared tlmn ever to furnish the
public with the choicest quality of
SAUSAGE. LARD, ETC.,
The most favorable inducements ofTtrrd
to patrons", and no effort will be spared ti -ward
giving general satisfaction.
Carpenter, Joiner & Undertaker,
HAVING RENTED Ed. Smith's old
btand,and procured a good supply
ol lumber of all kimU, I am now prepared
to execute every description of work in
my line, plain and ornamental, with dis
patch and at very reasonable rates, .-alis-f.iction
guaranteed in every instance.
C3rUndertaking a specialty. I will
keep on hand a supply of ready-made
Give me a trial and judge for yourself.
Jacksonville, June 29, 1881.
Con., of Second and Califohnia St.
All kinds of marketable produce taken
In exchange for work.
eyan's BUILDING CAL., ST.,
A. D. MANION, Prop.
Hiving purchased this house of Mr.
Birkhead we intend to try to run it on the
same plan, furnishing the table with the
best the market affords. No China cook,
but white labor exclusively.
MEALS ONLY 2. CT-.
All are invited cordially to come and try
our fare. A. 1). MANION.
Fifteen yards print for 1.00 at tho
Now York Store.
OBEOON AND ClUTOBXU. 8T3., JlCXSO.NVILIJC.
W. J. FLYItIAIE, prop'r.
WOULH RESPECTVULLT INTOUM TIM PUB--lic
tbst lie has a fine stock ot.
Horses, Buggies nml Cni-ingei
And be Is prepared to famish his patrons and thepnb
A esn be bad nn the Tucllte coast. Saddle horses
hired to go to an; part ol the country.
Animnls Bouslit nml Solil.
Horses broke to work single or donbte. ITore?
boarded and the best of care liest"wet npon theml
while In mj charge. A liberal nhare ot the pubties
patronage is solicited on reaseuable terns.
Wo. 11 KEAItlVUY ST..
Trente all Chronic nitl Sp
WHO MAT BE SUFFERING FROM
the effects ofyruttiful MWrt or India
cretion. will do well to avnil thPni"Wvex of
this, the greatest boon ev.-r laid at th altar
or suffering humanity. DR SPINNEY will
Kiinrantce to forfeit $500 for ever; cae of
Seminal weaknns or private dinsn or any
kind or character which be undertakes and
Mis to curp.
There ate many at the age of thirty to
ixty who ai trnnlilrd with too fnqaent ev
Bcmtion of the bladder, often accompanied
bj a plight smarting or burning senwttion,
nod a weakening of the "yleru In a manner
tbepitient cannnt acconnt for On exam n
ing the urinary depo-its a, ropy edimrnt
will often lie found ar.d sometime small
particles of albumen will appear or thtr
color will he of a thin milkit-h hue, ignin
changing to a dark and torpid nppearanre
There are many men who die of thtxdifS
culty ignorant of the cause which U the c
'ond stage of 'emitml weakuers IMi. S. will
Ritniantpca perf-ct cure in all sucS cae,
a'id a benlth; restoration of the genito-urt
Okhck Hocks 10 to 4 and 6 to 8 Sim
dayafrota 10 to 12 a. m Connltnt-o free
Thorough examiimtious and adviee, 55
Call or adilres-,
DR. SPINNEY ro
No 11 Kearnev St..San Fr.aci-"-s
iriWTJEN and HELMS,
TllE PROPRIETORS OF "'HI
well known and populir report
inform their fricnd3 nad the public ' n. -" y-
thata complete and first cla s -i" el, f tin
beat hranda ot liquors, wines, cigar. n! ,ind
porter, etc., are constantly kept nn hi- i
They will be pleased to have their fiid
call and ?mile."
A Cabinet of Curiosiiics may bNo b,
found hfre. We nn!il be pleaded to loiee
persons possessing curiosities and peHinei.a
bring them in, ai-d we will plaje them is
the Cubinet for inspection.
j. p. rAziissn,
BIG BUTTE, : : : : : OGN.
Keeps constantly on hand pl.tncd and
unplancd Sugar pme lumber of the best
EDGING, 3IOULDI.VG, RUSTIC,
Lumber dressed to order on short notice
and reasonable terms for those convenient
to the Mill.
fottnty orders and Greenbacks taken
And Jacksonville, Oregon
GIBBS & STEARNS "'" ""! o
all husiucs). iu Portlaud.
M. Ryder, Propr.
First-lass accommodation can a'.wivs i
be had at this house at the most renter a
tS'"An excellent stable connected with
Leaves Jacksonville Mondays and
Thursdays, for "Waldo. Leaves Waldu
Tuesdays nnd Fridays.
First-class accommodations for passen
Exnress business nromnlroittinder! ia
oy iv. ji. m