ASTORIA, OREGON, THURSDAY, JANUARY 3, 1884.
PRXCE, FIYE CENTS.
mLjfJ' ' Ltwouli
house, and tliough somewhat betti
than yesterday, admission is still d
nied to all callers. The affairs of i
Northern Pacific and its collate
enterprise were the sole topics ot co
versation among a number of breke:
and operators at the Fifth Avon e
and Windsor hotels last night
leading broker who said he -was fuJ
conversant Tvith the facta, Baid th
the tender of Villard's resigpatiWi j
was accompanied by the formal i--tui
ier to tne directors or every piei
property of whatever nature possesacli
by him, and included all that -was ih
the name of or that had been trans
ferred to his wife, and that h'ew.'js
now factually penniless. A m 03ting tu
the Northern Pacific directors is-e
down for Thursday. The general im
pression yesterday was that VillarA
-would retire then, and that lis suov
cessor would possibly then be apt
pointed. Frederick Bijlings -wus
looked upon as most likely to succeed
him. Villard's wealth has.been coin-.,
puted in somo quarters in round nuirK
bers at $10,000,000, all made in abo&t
five years. i
. The Dayton, W. T., Chronicle pays
the following tribute to Judge Ben
nett: Judge Bennett, of The Dalles,
whose arrival we mentioned yester-
day, was formerly a teacherin Colum
bia county, and attended the publ
school in this district during tl
winter of '74 and '75. He is fanufiai
known to old residents as the "Ho
eye" poet. He was liked as,a teach
and was an unusually bright pur
just as ready to fight as to recite h
lesson, and he always won. He
now judge of the fifth .judicial d
tnct of Oregon,
Judge Mc Arthur.
having succedeu i
He is about fwen-1
ty-eight years old and .for? a youn, j
man, we luulk. in? una uuuti exceeding
A peculiar disease has broken out
at the right of way camp jit the rail
road front several miltti fiom this
city, says the Seattle Sta, nnd sev
eral of the company's empU, jes have
been prostrated rly she, t.idemic.
The most prominent sj-mptom-' are a
gradual weakening sind relaxatn of
the whole system, accoiniamea by
softening of the bratn and paralysis.
ITour individuals arA now sufferiag
tfrom this strange illness, and oni
lan has died.
At a North Carolina! weddisg sis
3toF shots wore fired within the
i of a minuto. The best man was
3d and one of he grobmsmemnor-
iwounded. As the wappy couye
leaving the churdh the . lae
one of the nsheres a niece of
and whispered to him: "See
reporters at once; givd them this
cnpuon ui in urtas; bij iub qriue
lyeu iikh u iitiruiLie, iiuvu. in. uic
jt pa s name spelled night f
lennium is still a long way I
lexb refresh the Ltij'
triitimatolv arrive, xv
Lotels ard restauran
complain that drinu
so much amoc
lathe last fewj-ears that ,
ive been seriously cut-
reral of them think o'
keirbar fixtures -until
n Ai Villard and His Affairs.
J"Alltliat T PVPr heard of Yillan
"K-Kotn I do not know at all, is credii
oe. iLenrobably has the errors
GerBaanq -Jn rti-" nnivntrw wllO
the best class nf nnr emiirnuits, an
foe to stay -with us, and are mini
ma's) ted in manv directions, yet it .
to, be donbted whether they are
tac equals of the better class of
natives ot the soil for business and
uirection. The distinguishing fea
ture of the American is his adapta
bility to till situations. No ties or
tradition-hbld nim at anchor. Nearly
all Araeriofins -were brought up under
certain fixed and straightened beliefs,
and yet at the present day no nation
ofinenjthe Germans hardly accepted,
is mora x?mancipated from supersti
tions. Tha American worships the
day 5n which he 1ives end the day
that is follow it. fie has respect
ful esteein for the past, but doe3 not
spare his life by the conditio' of his
'jiaraots and ancestors. It seems he
has'shown in the management of his
railroad property too little of the
democratic 'instinct and too much of
the autocrat. Hence his failure. It
is said that his bankers corjy der that
newas too .stiff, and wantej his own
way too"much af tor the fashion of
I .dropped into my friend's, the
broker's, a- day or two after Villard
rosignedrjirom his proporties, and
asked nim somo questions.
'"What do yon think, of this man
"I am not personally acquainted
with hira,"' said he,
nd have been
mi aurmg uis
reer. urn now
'i reverses, x am
is one of the
ave had in con
tain countrv. Some say
brother -i tav he is a gen-
r'hiclievet- ex of him you
s a irrea'
K e neiUm. lia
t I Strang1
'tmntry, bis for
the wav he has
I mm. ' m
,r, i i. :
)ur system cud
h flayed, is wart, r
me that he is a
"Is it suppose!
ho is rich?
"jLUCTf i arc
-inTf a nhnnf
(iMvu -v mo .it
me tO acCOm
V I im
king aside for
it I Ti&ndi m
5u " iertai
nan is justi-
o fit-ct ii taku
limself at the
n. right tune,
I does not sac
51 come into
nlicc his ro,
j my office. a:
i -1 " anru.
spot "vvbere were ta!
two sat ares fromVLliJS
Mreaait the creat' Ca!
& i iiC3f.zx . rf.-.u.
V Cjfcan give you some'
jiwiu iuy iu.uji.Luam
. .-Uno or my customers
et -"viyiiiard last Sunday, anc
r pL tume that Villard said to
'Hrvt ou noticed the exfra
statomt tits coiner tlirouoli the
papf-r it)out the cost o my hi
One i, cou,ut in the vest sayi
house , st rom 5,000,000 to S7J
KW, and is a rival to Mr. Yander
Jiouse. 2s ow, I bought these
said Mr villard, 'that is to sa
two lots on vvhieh my house.
stands, when rt al estate was
and paid S3o,U(Xi for them.
concluded to build a house I
xwas a pretty riou mau, ani
afford it But my entire i
here, Jiouse and lot, hi
cost me 500,000. The re
was taken up for some tde;
have built residences on
plan as my own, the three m
triancrular court One of til
sons is Mr. Holmes, and anol
Adams.""2 Mr. Villard addc
wife -went to her dressmahi
time am. who charged her i
onsiderefl too much money,!
ather exclaimed against it
'ressmaker: "Why what do;
rou are just going into a he
cost $7,000,000." Mr. VfllJ
remarked; "It is mortifyil
annoviiicr in the midst of
verses fo sea these misreprese
X did not buy lots on ilth a
any extravagant fisrure, t
Lgot in a more modest porti
niiou sue Droner nau
said teiam: 'Does the last stl
otthc Northern Pacific Bailw
that the property can earn m-
jNe: km. sorry tp say it
ThiA road has been bnilt so
that population has not grl
with it If hardly paVs or
expenseH at -nfefcent "NTa-aI
ihe road'isfiuisbedand there
a movement on that line, and
these daysit willfio nn nf tv
IpotWlloUS &lfa hatw-APn iV,a
mediate Vest and the Pacific
IA2P ,nmeJ tttfi as I have alwa
II5? llie iTtUure of Jay '
prowl w vmdcatedgay the fa
enoiupr man tconung after
pwim w Tst. Jtoute mobe Dei
ie'tld Sikrfisli Vnh
use is readvfanmitho iCbnrco'
AtJfbB floor;' is;to k moaified
veniaea m thecaM nf MV v
Hd moved jnto kk plJatial'ew
restcJiaae one day Uf&iweek: an
.raorea out oi te Ortion '
iimij vwmivy ?ae iest.
tai DaMoorats all ovr n,o
trJepraparinV lor ht celebrll
o , "r ," T" 4"e wl on t
naJryJ J aotoMi, re Txilievo, was
man wao uuwa waianggroi
taunofirrei: JfffQgia -tarii
rjvejc"v ---"u. vjirquni
pka TanvinB & r&ilronl. b
.Vn.rHaraM'. ft HOW mkltinv
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THE GREAT .flV
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica,
Lumbago, Backache, Headache,Teihadi,
Sore Throat, SweUlaaSenBlM. BniUc.
Burnt. Scald. Frost BUM,
J.5B AIL QTHXK BOBUY rXISB 1KB ACKSS.
Soli by DrorgUU ad Dlr mrjMktn. Fifty Cau
bottle. Dlractlau Is 11 Liiump.
THE CHARLES A. VOGELE OB.
U JL. VWUAAM VVJ HIWIintlhlNfc
J Imperative, and of
VHC11 Ultter IS lUe
aud tne most
, nnouular. Irreini!
e stotnacn ana
r complaint, de
)r ailments, are
has bllty, rheumaystn
iamuv resinrauve ana
the p.ireht and
mid It Is Justly regarded
most coHiDrehenslve re
or us class.
For sale by all Druggists
S. A$NJT & F1JI1EN,
ASTORIA. - OKEGO;.
i" CELEEBATED iA
M, D. KANT.
Gnat Knock Down !
Hemember this Is no lottery,
nor have I any favorites
to draw the prizes, every
thing Is fair and square.
On New Year's Eve
i will put up for raffle three prizes.
I Suit of Clothing, $25.
I Overcoat, Worth $20.
I Hat, Worth $5.00.
To any person purchasing at my store
WORTH OF GOODS !
OR MORE FOR CASH
I will glTe a number for said raflle, I offer
r my goods at the lowest market prleei,
marked In plain figures.
i? to rcnlucfl roy enormous fall and
All kinds o! twt niaWda
C M . MAI
IT -i, .M - ' - -
-Dfr-rr- y-z n
A.vmy large chock
II. . PAKKKK. Prp.
S.5. PABKXB.' - Manager and Agent.
!&CBOmY, . - - DayClerk-
aoWBUf;. - . Nigataetk.
ITFfXkastthe Bar aadBflllard room.
:st Cl&se in all Eespects.
IT 1ST A PACT
JEFP;S CHOP HOUSE
Concoraly Street is the' Best in
He kas Always en HudTBESH
Shoal Water Bar East
"JEFF' IS THE BOSS.CATERER.
lie kaa bca Frearietar fthe "Aarsra
Hotel" la KBaBBtoa ttrtm yean.
f qPNjAy AND, NIGHJ.
A Good Cup, of Coffee
MRS. POWELL HA3 OPENED XS OYS
ter stand' aad Coffee House on Main
street Rt to the Oregon Bakery. "
" Every attention paid to patrons. J
SEW A30 vWELIi EqUlPPEO
L. Sena has rebuilt his establishment and
Is prepared to accommodate the traveling
.A good meal furnished at any nour oi tne
day or night.
'the finest Liquors and Cigars at the bar.
Two doors west of Ike Foster's.
n2S-Sra ; , LUI6I SERItA.
Announces to the public that he ha,? located
In th rooms formerly occupied by the City
Book Store, where he will keep a
Restart mi Chop House
Furnlsnlng meals to order at all hours.
Ills patrons will find the tables supplied
with ten or twelve ot the best newspapers.
His reputation as former proprietor ef the
New England Restaurant Is a sufficient
recommendation for his new house.
Boarding and Lodging House.
Thas. "SVallman has ODened a hnfirdliic nnri
lodging house south of O'Brien's hotel, near
me gaa wonts.
The table U sunnlled with the best the
market affords : good food and clean beds
wiu De iurnisneu at tne regular prices.
Give me a call and satisfy yourselves.
Fipres Neyer Lie !
OF THE CHOP HOUSE
Can prove by his books that he Li doing the
oiggesx Dusiness oi any
In ths city, and he will guarantee to give
the best msid for cash.
H. B. PARKER,
Hay, Oats, Straw.
Unit, Brick, Cement and Sanri
Wesd Delivered ta Order,
Praying, Teaming and Express Business.
- Hnes ana Carriage for Hire.
WINES, LIQUORS AND CICARS.
JCrs T.W.Eaton. Miss Florence CarnaHan.
EATON & CARNAHAN,
Car Street, next door to Odd Fellows
npRnt Me9r96fMUm and Mrir fU
k56 lurinuiir mii mm fHiH
Oregon Railway & Navigation
Dariw the month of Juiuarr. 1RS4. Ocean
Steamers will sail from Portland for San
Francisco, and from San Francisco for Port
land every 5 day, leaving AlnsworthDoek,
roruanu, at JUdniRlit, and Spear street
"Wharf, San Franclsao, at 10 a. m.
ThroBeh TlrketH sold to all principal
cities in the United States, Canada and
Passenger Trains leave Portland for East
em points, at 7:30 P. M. dally.
KIEX DITIMOX (Middle Columbia).
Boats leave Portland for Dalles at 7 :00
land for ISfoiil Tu. IWclTim.
iitoris and 1
lower Co-1 I
lnmbia....JBAM K AM RAM
UTton, Ur.ii AM,' 17AM
oalem ....( c . ir
Vioton.UC!S AMS AMfRAM
fjA&TM AfltinjL tnr PnrflKnH nt R ft n dftillr AT-
Pnllaan PaUm Cars mnnlajc between Pon
land, and St. Paul.
C. H. PRESCOTT. JOHN MOIB,
Manager. aup't of Tramc
A. L. STOKES,' E. P. ROGERS,
Assist, bup't. General Agent
oflrafflo. Pawengar Dep't,
Oregon & California R. R
OREGON & TRANSCONTINENTAL
On and after Dec 3d, 1883, trains will ran as
luuuns ; ajjmiix. citcyi. ouuunjay,
Betweea PORTLAND and GKAXT'S PASS
Portland..7 o A.MiGrant.'s.Fass-lo a. m.
Grant'sPass l0:tOP.M' i'ortland..4:25 p. m.
ALBANY EXPRESS TRAIN.
Tortland..... 4 K p. 2r.ILcb.1non..! ao p. m
Lebanon... :45 a. M.'Portland. 10 :05 a. m
The Oregon and California Railroad Ferry
makes connection tith all Regular Trains
on isastsiae mvision.
Between Ftirtlitud and Corvnlllk
Tortland 9 :00 a. 3t.!CorvallN 4 :30 p. m.
Corvallls 8 :S0 a. m. Portlaud 3 -J2Q p.m.
Portland 5 .00 p MlMcMinnvllIe.8 mo pm
McMinnville5:45 AMiPortland 8 Oam
Close connections made at Grant's Pass
with the Stages of the Oregon and Califor
nia Stage Company.
WTIckets for sale at all the
points in California, at Company's Ofllce,
Corner F and Front Sts., Portland, Or.
Freight will not bo received for shmment
after 5 o'clock p.m. on cither the East or
west side Division.
R. KOEHLEK, JOHN MUIB,
Gen'l Man&zer Snp't of Traffic
A, L. bTOKEb, E.P.KOOER3,
Paiaecser Dtp t
llwaco Staam Navigation Go.'s
Astoria to Fort Stevens, Fort Car.by,
Connecting by stages and boats for
Oysterville, Morriesano and Olympia
Until further notice the llwaco
bieam navigation Co.'s steamer
W ill leave Astoria
On Mondays Thursdays, and Saturdays
(Oysterville and Montesano mall days.
at 7 A. M.
Ft.Stevens, Ft. Canby and llwaco
Tvesdays, Wednesdays, and Fridays
The steamer v III kave Astoria at 9 a.m..
as formerly, not being confined strictly to
Fare to Fort Canby and nwaco,....75 cts
isyilwaco freleht, by the ton. in lots of
one ton or over, 52 per ton,
IsyFor Tickets, Towage or Charter ap
ply at the ofllce of the company, Gray's
wharf, font of Benton street.
J. H. D. GRAY,
Shoalwiter Bay Transportation Ce.
Astoria to Olympia,
' t Touching at
Fert Stcvflus, Fort Cauby. Ilwarn.
Nertklteaeh. OyHterville. Xortli
Cevt. Petersons Point. JHo-
And all points 01 Shoal water Bay, and Gmy
On Columbia Kiei
Shoal water Baj
Connecting with Stage.s over Portages.
Leave Astoria for 01 rapfa, a- - 7 A. at.
On Mohdiys, Thur.days and baref9ys.
arriving at Montesano the day after leaving
Astoria through trip In 60 hours.
Leave Olympia for Astoria on same days.
Coiumbia Transportation Co.
The popular steamsr
Which has beeri refitted 1 1.r the comfort 0
passengers' Ul leave HYirsoB and
FHners aock 1
Monday, Wednesday ai
Friday at 6
A.M. arriving at Porttam
It 1 P. M.
Rcturulng.leaYDa Portland 1
Ttfhidnys and Thundah
(6 A. M.
Q B. THOXMX,
Attwnty tH Ciwuwir it uw.
Room No. 6, over "White -teaae.
& W, FWLTOX. O. CFULTOH.
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
Booms 5 and 6, Odd Feltowa BaHtiag.
ATTONKT AT LAW,
Chenamus treet, -. -ASTORIA. ORBGON
Qt j. cvjrns,
ATTT AT LAW."
Notary Public. Coirralwripjuir et DU fr
Callfoniia, New York aad WtnlihMttaa Tic
rltory. Booms 3 and 4, Odd Fettews BMdlac. A
torla.Oregon. N.B-Clalais at Waaalatoa. D. C. aad
collections a specialty.
A V. AIiL,K3l,
FIRE 1N8URANCK COJCPANIBB.
T? C. MOL.DEJI,
AUCTIONEER, COMJGBKOK AXD
KLO F. PAMKKK.
ClatMep Camaty, aa4 City C Aataria
Office : Chenamns street, Y. M. O. A. hall
Room No. 8.
TR. X. . BdATMAX,
Physician aad Sargtea.
Rooms 0 and 10, Odd Fellows BuUdlBf.
TA1T TUTTUt M.9. f
PHYSICIAN AND SUKGlOll
Oeticb Rooms 1, 2, aad 3. Pytalaa Build
ing. Rssidkxck Over J. 2. Themaa' Drt
Cl P. MICKS,
Rooms In AJen'a. boildlng up staiaj,
of Cass and Sqerooeqae i
Late of Fort Star &, kaa coan ta A'rtexla
for tha paspM et ytaitHJiK'
WU1 visit patients in tha eoaatry aad cky.H
Offlce in Odd Fellows Balldiajr. Xeatdeoee
above Catholic Church.
GENERAL STEAMSHIP AGENCY.
Bills of Exchange on any
Part o1 Europe.
1AM AGENT FOR TIE FOLLOWING
well known and commodious steaatabla
STATE LINE, RED STAB,
NATIONAL, and AMERICAN LINE.
Prepaid tickets to or from any Europsaal
von. M .
For full information as to rates of fare,
sailing days, etc, apply to L w 0A si.
GEO. P. TOTEELEB.
WHEELER & BOBB.
Real Estate ilnsiraice K eits.
"v7e have very desirable property la As
toria and Upper Astoria f orsafe, Also. flna
farms throughout tha county.
adjatted and eolldc-
Koyal. Xorwiek TJaiwa a IrfMSfl.
gaiTO tiWkmwiwmm. StS,"
With a combined capital ot
Travelers Iife an A AeeMeat Iswwr-
anre Ce, of Hartford. aadtaeMmsi-
hattaa lilfa IsiiruM Ca.,
of New York.
7a are agents for the Daihi and WmMu
NorthxeutNevet, and tke Oregon TMfKf.
All business entrusted to our can will re
ceive prompt attention.
Dtaltrs In vt,
Advannate audi nn CftttMnmantz.
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