The Dalles Daily Chronicle. OFFICIAL I'APEE OF DALLES CITY. AKI WASCO COUNTY. National Republican Ticket rOK PKK8IDEXT, BENJAMIN HARKISOX, of Indiana. 1 "VOK VICE-PRESIDENT, WHITELAW REID, of New York. FOR PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS, J. F. CAPLES, of Portland. H. B. MILLER, of Giant's Paes. G. M. IRWIN, of Union. D. M. DUNNE, of Portland. JUPITER'S NEW SATELLITE. Controversies between astronomers as to the rightful claimants for the honor of the discovery of Jupiter's new satel lite clearly indicate that it was a letter sent to Lick observatory by I). E. Cart- wright of Detroit, in 1891, that directly inspired the discovery of the fifth satel lite by Professor Barnard. In 1S90 Cartwnght opened a correspondence with the Harvard college observatory, but no explanation was obtainable Further observation was deferred until the opposition of the following year, 1891, when a recurrence of the phenom ena of 1890 disclosed the fact that this unusual occurrence could be accounted for in no other way except by allotting to Jupiter a satellite in addition to the four already known. After considerable discussion they decided the new satellite was u fact, and over a year since wrote Professor Iloklen, of Lick observatory, assigning the position which the obser vation of Professor Barnard verified. Cartwright has preserved the letters from Lick and Harvard college observa tories in resupusc to his communications calling attention to the new satellite. The republicans of South Carolina, adopted a platform ye-terday declaring that with a free ballot and a fair count the stale is republican by -40,000 votes. It condemns the democracy of the state for dealing with the people by force and fraud ; declares the registration and election laws of the state nullify the republican form of government; hails with satisfaction the words of sympathy in the republican platform of New York and asks that other states take like action with a view of making a na tional sentiment to break up such laws. It was decided not to put a ticket in the field, because, as the resolution stated, the republican voters are disfranchised. The stalwart democracy of Kansas, in convention at Topeka yesterday pre pared a statement for publication de claring for G rover Cleveland, and ap pointing a committee to arrange for a mass convention to be held October 7th. The bold stand taken by the anti-fusion-ists lias brought to a direct issue the light between them and the fusionists. It lias been virtually decided not to put a ticket in the field, but to defeat the old-time democratic leaders by defeating the combination electoral ticket. Cleveland is in New York today. Hill is there also. It is understood the poli tical managers will try to get them, to . gether. Cleveland held a conference with the democratic campaign' com mittee yesterday. The committee re mained with him over an hour. They included Don M. Dickinson, secretary Sheehan, A. P. Gorinou, Calvin S. Brice, Josia Quincy and B. B. Smalley. The result of the conference was not made public. eopvwurr i8o What Tour Great Grandmother Did. She hetcheled tbo flax and carded th wool, and wove the linen, and spun the tow, and made the clothes for her husband and ten children. She made butter and cheese, she dipped tallow candles, to light the house at night, and she cooked all the food for her household by an open fire place and a brick oven. Yes; and when she was forty years of age, she was already an old lady whose best days were over. Her shoulders were bent and her joints enlarged by hard work, and she wore spectacles and a cap. Her great granaoaugnter, witn an toe modern conveniences for comfort, refinement and luxury, may be as charming and attract ive at forty-five as at twenty. Especially is this true it she preserves her health by the use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription, which wards off all female ailments and ir regularities, cures them if they already exist, keeps the life current healthful and vigorous, and enables the woman of middle age to re tain the freshness of girlhood upon brow and cheek, the light of youth in her eyes, and its elasticity in her step. Go to your drug store, pay a dollar, get a bottle and try it try a second, a third if .nec essary. Before the third one's been taken you'll know that there's a remedy to help you. Then you'll keep on and a cure'll come. But if you shouldn't feel the help, should bo disappointed in the results you'll find a guarantee printed on the bottle-wrapper that'll get your money back for you. Can you ask more ? A Reliable Man. M. J. Griner, a Justice of the Peace at Print, Michigan, says one bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy saved bis life. He had been down with bloody flax ..for three weeks when he commenced using this medicine. It soon cared him, and lie believes saved his life. . He also says it saved the lives of three railroad men in that vicinity. 'Squire Griner is a re liable and conscientious man, and what ever he says can be depended upon. For sale by Blakely & Houghton, druggists. A. Traveling Man's Experience With JDlarrtacem. I am a traveling man and have been afflicted with what is called chronic diar rhoea for some ten years. , Last fall I was in "Western Pennsylvania, and accident ally was introduced to Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcea Remedy. I ventured to make a trial and was wonderfully relieved. I would like now to introduce it among my friends.- H. M. Lewis, 24 Freeman street, Cleveland, Ohio. For sale by Blakely & Houghton, druggists. v ICE! ICE! ICE! Having on hand a large supply of ice we are prepared to furnish oar custom ers with ice in any quantity at a reason able rate. We guarantee we will supply the demand without advancing prices throughout the season. Leave orders at C. F. Lauer's store, Second street. ' ". 5-2tf Catks & Allisojt. NOTICE: SALE OF CITY LOTS. Stock Holders Meeting. The regular annual meeting of the stock holders of The Chronicle Pub lishing Company will be held in the hall over The Chronicle office at 8 p. m., October 14th, 1S92. Directors for the ensuing year will be elected, .and such other business as may properly come before said meeting will be transacted thereat. V. G. Boi.ton, secretarv. 9.2td , by i sed tl Xoticc is hereby riven Ordinance So. J37, which passed the eommon council of Dalles city, September 3d. lsfti, enti tled "An r 'iuaiice entitled an ordinnuee to provide for the sale of certain lots belonging to Dalles city." I will, on Tuesday, tne 11th day of October, lV.K!, sell at vublic auction, to the high est bidder, all of the following lots and parts of lots situated ill Gates Addition to Dulles City, Wasco county, Oregon, to-wit: Lots 7, and 9, in block 27, lots '2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10 iu bloc '.'A, and all of blocks 3-", ;!6, :i7, 38, 40, 41, 42 and 4.'!, and lots 1, 'J, ::, 4. 5 and 6, in block 40. The reasonable value of said lots, for less than which they will not be sold, ban been tixd xnd dctermiired by the common council of D.illes city, as follows, to-wit NOTICE. All Dalles City warrants registered prior to October 7, 1890, will be paid if presented at my office. Interest ceases from and after this date. 1 . Dated July 7th, 1892. ' ' L.' ROHDEN- ' - Treas. Dalles City. tf.- Dissolution of Co-Partnership. Notice is hereby given - that the firm of E. Jacobsen & Co. has been . dis solved by mutual consent. O. S. Savage has this day sold his one-half interest in said firm to E. Jacobsen and said E. Jacobsen is now sole owner of the busi ness and will continue the same at the old stand. He will collect all accounts due the firm of E. Jocobsen & Co. and pay all demands against said firm. E. Jacobsen, Orris S. Savage. The Dalles Sept. 3d, 1892. 9.3.1m Notice. The Dalles, Wasco county, Or., Aug. 23d, 1892. I hereby notify "all business men, and the public generally, that I will not be responsible for anv debts contracted by my wife, Mrs. F. J". Davis, ehe having left mv bed and board. 8.24d5twlt ' Ed. Davis. THE CELEBRATED, A COLUMBIA BREWERY AUGUST BUCHLER, Prop'r. This well-known Brewery is now turning out the best Beer and Porter east of the Cascades. The latest appliances for the manufacture of good health ful Beer have been introduced, and only the first-crass article will Unplaced on the market. .' ' THE DALLES MERCANTILE CO. SOLE AGENTS FOR THE DALLES.' " BRAINARD & ARMSTRONG'S SPOOL SILK FINE LINE OF Lot jot Ixit I-ot 1-ot 7 in bhx-k : 9 in block 27, 8 in block :u, f in block :u. 7 in block H4, City taxes for 1892 are now due and payalile within sixty days, at the office of "the undersigned. , LrRoBiEX, Citv Treasurer. Dam.es City, July 0th. 1892. Dissolution of Co-partnership. Notice is hereby given that the firm of Abrams t'i Stewart has been dissolved by mutual consent. "V. It. Abrams is authorized to collect all amounts due the linn of Abrams & Stewart, and will pay all demands against said firm. V.'. IX. Aiuiam.s. Wji. Stewakt. The Dai.i.es, Or., Aug. 15th, 1S0:, n.2.m1v(Ju" Notice is hereby given to all persons indebted to the late firm of Abrams & Stewart, of The Dalles, or W.II. Abrams, cither by note or account, to make pay ment of" the same immediately at tne bank of French tt Co. All notes and ac counts remaining unpaid November 15th, 1S92, will be placed in attorneys' hands with instructions to collect; Any claims against the late firm must be presented at the same place, with proper vouchers, on or, before above date. The business of the firm must be closed up without further delay. Kes pectfullv, W. 11. Abhsjis. ti.25dtfcwoin STEAM WOOD SAW We are in the Held for the fall and winter work, and will cut, split and pile wood at the lowest possible rates, NONE BUT WHITE LABOR EMPLOYED We are here to stay, will spend our money here, and try anil do satisfactory work. Order boxes at Chrisman fc (lorson's, cor ner of Aliehelbaeh block, and at the ma chine, corner of Washington and Fourth streets. J. 0. MEINS, : : : THE DALLES l-ot 9 In block ::4 Lot 1 in block :;., Jxt S in block :W, lot 5 in block :;", I.ot 7 in bhck :", Lot ! in block :", Ixt 11 in block S, Lot 1 in block Lot :i In block Lot .' Iu bloek lot 7 in block Lot !)in bliwk Lot 11 in block oti, Ixt 1 in block :'.7, Ixit :! in bloek :;7, Lot .r in block 37, Lot 7 in block :!7, Lot y in block T., Lot 11 in block ::7, Lot 1 in block :;s, Lot iii block :s, lxt ." in blwk :W, Ixt 7 in block :-S Lot V in block ".s. Lot 11 in Work :;s, Lot 1 In block 4-1, Lot :'. in block !", Lot ."i in block U, Lot 7 in block 4D, Lot '.i in block 4". Lot 11 in b K-k lit. Lot 1 in.block II, Lot :: in block 11, lot it in block 11, IOt 7 in block II, lict ! in block 41, Lot lln block 41. lAtt 1 "in bioclc lt :i in block Lot f in block I.ot 7 in block l, Ixit ;i in block 1, Ijit 11 in block il, Ait 1 in block v.i, U.t iii block 4::, L:it o in block 4:1, Lot 7 in block 4::, Lot .i in block 4:i J.V) .TOO Shi I'liO 171 l.Mi lVi ''' 2011 Jim 17.- 1.V1 Kit) l I 100 II K) l.V 100. 1(H) 110 Ml loo no l'.Kl 1)0 HHt HM 110 1.3 lllll l.Ml liai lcn 1 - ioo "itto !'( I I. "ill IV) lO'l l:ti l')0 "l7' 17' IOO 100 I ot Sin block -J7, $Ti Lot -J ill block H) Ixit 4 in block 1. l';." Lot 0 in block ;X Ut s in block si, urn 1-ot 10 in block :4. lj". Lot iu block :!.-, -J0O lot 4 in block :!., -JX) i ot in r,lock "JoO Lot s in hlnok i", 11) Ijit 10 in block l.Ki lxt 12 in block :i-", 17." 1-ot ' in block :;, isw Lot 4 iii block :, 2ii. l ot i in block :it, 2-5 Lot x iu block :;, l.so Lot 10 in block loO Lot 12 in block 175 It 2 in block 37, UK) lot 4 in blcck 37, 100 Lot C in block 37, 150 Ixit in block 37, 100 lxt 10 in block ::7. 100 1-ot 12 in block 37, 150 Lot 2 in block 3S loo It 4 in block :w, loo l ot 0 in block llo Ixit s ia bio k :ss, lcm Ixit lo in bio- k livi Lot 12 in bl.K as, 110 i Lot 2 in !m c'.; nil Ix.t 4 iu bli-ck 40, IU) 1 Lot 0 in I'.ck f", 11" : i.nt s in lih-cl; J'1. W I Lot H in !,;; !. 'r ' I.-t 12 Iu bloCK )'. i U! iit 2 in !;!: ( . ;:, ;.u ill bi.-vli II. I'-!! t in u .-:ck 4 . ;.": lo ill block II. ilXI !2 i.l b ck 41. l-'5 2 i !.:..!: 42. l'rf I iii !!:: 42, l.'i.) l". iv. liiuc';. 42. '-isi s ii: Moc:: 4 10 i r. 111- ck 4' County TreaMurer'ff Notice. All county warrants registered prior to March 13, 1SS9, will be paid if pre sented at my office, corner Third and Washington streets. Interest ceases on and after this date. The Dulles, July 16, IS92. William Micheli., 7.1 Sif Treasurer Wasco County, Or. The Ice Wagon. The ice wagon of Cates & Allison is on the streets every morning from 6 to 8 o'clock. Any orders for ice left with Will Vanbibber's express or at the store of Chas. Laner will be promptly at tended to. Cates & Ai.i.rsox. J. FOLCO, -IEAI.F.R !."- Iit I..H i.ot Canaies, Fruii, Hnts, Soda Water, iream. Toliacco ana Cigars 1,113 rvn ERWEAB No. 390 to 394, 2d street, The Dalles FEW SPRING MID SUfHER DRY GOODS COMPLETE IN EVERY DEPARTMENT.' Clothing, Gents' furnishing Goods, Hats, Gaps, Boots and Shoes. Full Assortment of the Leading Manufacturers." Cash Bayers mill save money by examining oar stock - and priees before purchasing elseoihere. ' H. Herbring. MANlTACTr?.KR OF- First Class Sirups "for Saloons Soda fountains, Ete. and i..t u t l..,t Lot I.t .11 ! 11 II ill) Second street. Xext door to Winsate's Hall 1 i.l bi-ick 1 in hltick i; in bl'ick s i.i blick -t 10 in block t 1 ia liliick wo . !( l.it 11 iii blcK'k I::, urn I..t 1 ia liNick im, K) lA,i 1 in block !;, 1.'". I.ot J in block l i, Iihi I ',4-.. I.ot .J iu block -I.;, lim I.ot 4 in block An, loo I I.ot in block !i;, IK) I.oi t; in block 4.;, !-" I I I, V Each of snid lots will be sold upon the lot, Ult ( line t!'.ele-:f lis above ' lacksmit resiiectively and none ol a less sum than the stated. ; One fourth of the price bid on any of said lots , shall be paid in cash at the time side, and tile j T! remainder iu two equal payments o-i nr before one and two vears from the duie ot" such s de. . respectively, with interest on siieh dcf'T'cd pay ments at the rati of ten per cent, per annum, ! payable annually, l'rovidtd that p ivuient may be made in full at the time of -s -c!i .siile at tin option of the purchaser. J The sale will berfin on the lltiwbiy of October, ISM, at the hour of ten o'clock a. m. of naid dav, : and will be continued from lime to time until all j of said lots shall be sold. Dated thisSth dav of September. lWJ. fi;ank mknkfkk. Kecorder of Dalles City. llMOI) Second St., 0pp. Hood's Stable, !K IJAI.I.KS, OKEGOS. Will repair your line Buggies nd Carriages, shoe your fine Driving Horses, and in fact do all your lilacksinitbing in the finest Ftj-le. Satisfaction guaranteed. GUflfllflG & HOGKmilN ,Prpps. CROSS DEALER IX- At Fall River, Mass., during Cleve land's trip to Xew York, while seated at a table, a lady from Kentucky sent a glass of wine to the ex-president. He arose, bowed his acknowledgement and touched the glass to his lips, but he did not drink, and asked to be excused as he had decided to drink no in toxicants during the present strug gle. The announcement was greeted with enthusiastic applause. R. K. Odell, a prominent Minnesota republican and politician has joined the democratic party this week, fearing that ' if the republicans keep on mining America it will build up a greater aria tocracy than the southern slave-holders ever dreamed of, and it may take more than two billions of money and a greater number of lives than the civil war to wipe it out. The press of the United States are giv ing Jim Corbett an average of 80,000 dollars' worth of free advertising daily, Humanitarian associations about $5,000, Nancy Hanks, Budd Doble and the Frazer track sulky, $17,000,000. Frazer could relire a millionaire next month, "without even subscribing to an Ameri can ewspapofnylasa HonNSqlC Hirch of Portland, United States Minister to Turkey, . is reported en roule tXxregon. ' He will be with the people ctfexing the coming session of tie assembly? GENTLEMEN ! BEFORE YOU ORDER" GOODS OF AXY KIND IN THE FURNISH ING LINE, (5air nd Se:e me tT" Shirts of all kinds to order, at prices which tiety competition, utner goods in proportion. P. FAG AN, Seconu St., lne uaiies. Sole Agent lor WANXAMAKEK & BROW'K, Philadelphia. Pa. C. F. STEPHENS, DEALER IN Dry Goods pLOTHING Boots, Shoes, Bats, Etc. Etc., Etc., Etc. 134 Second St., next to Dalles National Bank, Dalles City, Oregon. W. F. Wiseman, Saloon and Wine Room, The Dalles, Oregon. ByNorthweet Court Streets. - : corner of Second and Hay, Grain, Fe e Flour. HEADQUARTERS FOR POTATOES. TERMS STRICTLY CASH. It behooves everyone, especially the workingman, to buy cheapest ami can get the most tor his where he can buv the hard earned nionev We solicit a hare of your patronage, Cash paid for eggs and poultry. A!i goads delivered free and promptly Corner Union and Second streets. The Dalles, Oregon. NEPTUNE SHAVING PARLORS AND BATH ROOMS. FRAZER & WYNDHAM. Proprietors. 3 w o s 11 At the old stand of R. Lusher, no Front St, The Dalles, Oregon. MAIER & BENTON DEALERS IN . ; ' Cord WoodS HARDWARE GROCERIES, STOVES & RANGES, TINNING AND PLUMBING A SPECIALTY. . Leave orders cor. Third and Union, or 133 Second st, THK DALLES, OR. S KI B B E ? H OTE L . 'A 5 c Hi K C H & iiilIiftillill Hi! . c a CHICKERING PIANOS ; EARHUFF ORGANS. Sold on Easy Terms. A LSO, a fine assortment of 12-Mos., Cloth- Bound, onl3r twenty-five cents each Look at our Show Windows. SCHOOL BOOKS FOR ALL SCHOOLS AT BED ROCK PRICES. E. Jacobsen &, Go.. 16 SECOND STREET. The Dalles, Or. CLOUD CRP INN. Open fpom July 1st to October 1st. This picturesque hostlery, built of silver fir logs, and rooted securely on the edg6 of a precipice on the north side of Mount Hood is within fifteen minutes " walk or tne perpetual ice ana snow ot Jt.iiot jiacier, v,uuu teet atxve tne sea level, twenty-seven miles from Hood Eiver, over the finest roads in the United States. Jt are lor the round trip fS.OO; rates per day ?d.;u. The Table at Cloud Cap Inn -is supplied with everything the market affords. Hot and cold baths, etc., the best of guides will take you to the top of Mount Hood by the best practicable routes, which are from the Inn. W. A. LANGIXiIjE, Manager. THE EUROPEAN HOUSE ' The Corrugated Building next Door to Court Home. Handsomely ' - FnmislieA Rooms to Rent Dy,tne Day, feet or Monti. Meals Prepared by a First Class English Cot TRANSIENT PATRONAGE SOLICITED. Good Sample Rooms for Commercial Men. . .; . . TOS. PHASER, Pfopf.