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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

CI. Ill Stills d y 1 mm T I lV a Ay Ay Ay Ay VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. NUMBER 51. t ' II - METEORIC DISPLAYS. Eipansiye Heayens Fillefl Vitn Celes tial Fireworks. NEW YORK, PENNSYLVANIA, FLORIDA And Other States, Have Grand Views of The Imposing Scene. ARB VI PASSING A COMET STREAM, The Display Come From Every Direct ion Filling: The Sky With Stream ing; Fire. A New York dispatch says the heavens were tilled with celestial fireworks last night, and those who kept their eyeB and minds on things earthly missed a beautiful and interesting dis play. All over the sky bright spots and streaks of light were darting and stream ing. They came from all quarters, and darted in every direction Some gleam ed suddenly and brilliantly and sudden' ly went out like the intermittent flashes from tropical fireflies in the dark forests. Others flashed across the sky, leaving behind them a streak of reddish light that often seemed to extend clear across the firmament and las...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. ROTHSCHILD HEARD. His Proposal on tne Silyer : Suldect SnoiniM to the Meeting. - EACH GOVERNMENT IN THE SCHEME Purchases to be Made by the Various Treasuries by Agencies. IfBKHMit KATES AND LAW. ARCH BISHOP WALSH'S AOTOt'ACt Matter of Imperative Necessity Save the Irish Tenant From Inevitable Ruin. to New York. Nov. 29. Brussels dis patches give Rothschild's proposal in the silver conference in full. He does not claim that his proposals prove the final solution of the question, but they would prove palliative if summed up. His proposals are that America con tinue its purchases of silver and the European powers buy an amount equal to 5,000,000 a year for five years at 43d. If silver should rise above that price the purchases are to be immediately sus pended. Great importance attaches to i '.a. i : .. u me proposal, as u means tuat iugncii & notes will be payable in silver. It is reported that under the scheme to be formulated...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

xs. (3) THE DAULES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 188a The WeeMy Ghf oniele. TBI DALLES, OB KG UN LOCAL AKD FIB80NAX. t .Prom the Daily Chronicle, Tuesday. Mrs. McNalty is in the city Tiaiting . ker da lighten. Mies Minnie Micbell returned from i Portland on the noon passenger. Mrs. Euioa McClure of M osier ie the (nest of her brothers in this city. Mr. O. Kiuersly is expected home from a business trip to Goldendale to morrow. J as. A. Croeeen was the lucky man at the raffle for the picture painted by Mrs. A. Ingalls. - Bailiff Jackson will have nocompoeure of mitvl until the county puts a tele phone in the court house. Capt. J. W. Lewis is still confined to t his be J, and seems to be threatened with a siege of typhoid fever. Chrisman Bros., slaughtered 140 head f hogs at The Dalles last week which were properly cured for the market. In spite of the muddy condition of the roads considerable wheat con tin nee to tome in from both the north and eouth. Rev. O. D. Taylor who has...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

mi THE DALLES WEEKLY . CHRONICLE,. FRIDAY,: DECEMBER 2, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. Entered at the Poetofflce at The Dalles, Oregon, u second-class matter. SUBSCRIPTION RATE8. BT MAIL (PO STAGS PREPAID) IN ADVANCE. Weekly, 1 year .... 1 50 " 6 months 0 75 " ' 8 " .'. 0 50 Dally, 1 year 6 00 " 6 months 8 00 " per " 0 50 Address all communication to " THE CHRON ICLE," The Dalles. Oregon. MR. HARRISON'S OPPORTUNITY. A 'special from Washington says: "President Harrison, is his message to THE SIL VER QUESTION. . character now atfo7aT3T5y"Tn?"7e7fl'3 can party. But the people have spoken, emphasizing a different opinion. That Mr. Harrison has shown himself to be a wise and worthy president is the verdict of republicans and democrats alike. The closing months ot nia service as chief executive of the nation are very generally expected to add in no small measure to his great and honorable fame. But the impression grows that the singularly clear expression of t...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

: THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE; FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1892. The Weekly Ghroniele. THE DALLES, OREGON LOCAL AND PERSONAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Friday. A. W. Brenner of Nansene, is in the city. Miss Anna Moore returned to Portland this morning. T. A. Abernethy and Dr. J. A. Lyon are in the city. land on the evening train. Wendell Hall of Spokane, is in the city. Also, Prof. J. H. Fisk, of Port land. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Smith French and Mr. Frank French returned from Portland yesterday. Mrs. Emma Waffle of Umatilla, is in the city, and is the guest of Mr. and Mrs, It. Li. Manns. Everybody in The Dalles yesterday observed Thanksgiving in a suitable manner, according to taste. Two cows and a valuable dog were killed on the U. P. K. yesterday, be tween Heppner and Cascade Locks The barometer today in The Dalles shows that another severe storm is brew ing somewhere. It is low and falling. Dutch Flat, eight miles south west of The Dalles, and possibly 2500 feet above, was visited by quite a ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1890. it OFFICIAL PAPER OF WA8CO CO0KTT. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge. Geo. C. Blakeley Bherin....!?. T. A. Ward (Berk J- B. Crossen Tiessurer Wm. MieheU gOwmlMlonau (Frank Kincaid 4annr ....Joel W. Koonti Carrey or ; . . . E. F. Sharp Superintendent of PnbUe BonooU. . .Troy sneuey Coroner N. M. Bairtwood The row in tbe French chamber of deputies over the Panama canal will be the means of turning a powerful search light upon the affairs of the Nicaragua anal. The American people want tbe anal, bnt they want it free from scan dal. It is understood that a hot fight will be made against the proposition in congress, and that an attempt will be Made to show improper scheming and frutM corruption. Against this the defense will be made that British in terests are intriguing against the United States, and that' this fight is being di rected by Englishmen. The time has aot yet arrived for an expression of (pinion one way or the ocher. The Am...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1802. PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Delayed in Consepence of the Deatn .of Mrs. Harrison's Fate JAY GOULD LEAVES COLD NEW YORK Will Make Another Winter Sojourn Be neath Sunny, Southern Skies. A LIGHT SUGAR CBOP MPECTM Tut? ITnsatlsfactorv Keports From the Principal Louisiana Parishes Minor Topics. Washington, Nov. 30. The death of Rev. Dr. Scott, which occurred yester day afternoon at the White HouBe, has taken the president away from official business and he will be unable to com plete hie annual message to congress in time for submission on the opening day of the sesRion. It will probably be the end of next week or the beginning of the week after before it is presented. It will be about the eame length as last year and will be a complete review of the work of the present administration. The White Houfe has been closed to visitors and the usual cabinet meeting intermitted. Members of the family, including the grandchildren, with the exception ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 2 December 1892

r n THE DATtT.ES WEEKLY . CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1893. IN THE DEADLY RAPIDS iKiflent at the Rirer Improyement Scow Near Lewlston. JOUR LIVES LOST IN SNAKE RIVER The Fate of Young William Wiggins and his Companions. 1IWXFT INTO AN CGLI WHIBtPOOI Vap.ia.d Into the Icy Waters Men on Board Darned by the Horrible Situation. , Spokane, Nov. 26. A special from " Xewiston speaks of the finding of two "bodies drowned on Thursday from the cow in use by the government making improvements of the Snake river - chan nel. At the time of the disaster it was anchored off the mouth of dry hollow. Two men were aboard and six were in a kiff alongside the drill-pipe. The water runs very swiftly at this point, and there were some ugly rapius. In a twinkling the skiff was capsized and the occupants were floundering in the icy waters of the river. Two of the men, named Mohl and Kuhn, swam ashore, the scow being nly forty or fifty feet from the bank, "but the others either could not swim or -were af...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

II ft. I 1 VOL. II. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1892. NUMBER 52. THE FIGURES SHOW IT m Official Tote of Chicago as Analyze ly Wards. SOME INSTRUCTIVE READING Americans and Swedes Mainly Made tip the Republican Vote. H0K-TOTIKI WIKI MPUBUCANS, The Street of a Heavy OyerdoM of lat- arallsation in the Asylaaa far the Oppressed fc Tub Cnorncu. Chicago, Dec. 2. Now that the offi- aial canvass of the returns of the late election in this city ie complete a word ia regard to the showing of the vote may .prove instructive. It appears from tkair returns that every ward in the city that is dominated by the foreign vote went democratic, while every American ward save the 1st, tbe 8th and the 34th went republican. Those three - wards contain many lodging and board - : iag hoases. In these respects they have a marked character of their own. The ther American wards, the 2d, 3d, 4th, 11th, 12th, 25th, 27th, 31st and 32d, went republican. In the 13th and 34th wards, where neither the Ame...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

jui""Gxij.i,OxGXaL., i xxJJJxi; if, UGiluiiJiiiK 9, 1802. ill WILL BE RESTRICTED. Secretary Foster's. Detenpatioii En toed Generally. NO MORE COMING IN STEERAGE. Reasons Strictly of Self-Defense Prompt ing his Policy. PHILANTHROPY AT A DISCOUNT. High Time to Grapple With the Ques tion In a Statesman-like Manner . Minor Topics. Washington, Dec. 6. Congress met at the usual hour today. Secretary Fos ter meets with general endorsement be cause of the announcement that he will " peesently issue an order forbidding the entrance of all immigrants who come as steerage paseengers. The conditions of the order leave the way open for the oc casional immigrant who may be sorely anxious to enter. If the inducements bringing him are strong enough he can come by paying cabin-passage rates. For the multitude of others the order will, of course, be virtually prohibitive of entrance. The reasons prompting this policy are simply reasons of self-defense. However much philanthropic persons may regret th...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

TOa DALLE3 WiJgJLLY CHUONHOUt, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 18C3. The Weekly Chronicle. THK DAI.LEH, - . . OREGON LOCAL AND PK1WOKAL. From the Daily Chronicle, Tuesday. Regular monthly meeting Of tbe chool board last uigbt. Mr. Thos. Flynn, of La Grande, is visiting friend and relative in this ity. Epworth League will hold its business Meeting tonight. All members- re quested to be present. We regret to learn Capt. Lewis is still very ill at his home, and is in a very precarious condition. Three large schooners, loaded down to the guards with wood, arrived from down the river yesterday. Rev O. D. Taylor, Mr. Nv Wheaklon, and D. C. Ireland are among The Dalles people in Portland today. The weather prophet, Pague, of Port land, has honor in bis own country. The forecasts hit every time. Mr. A. C. Connelly, former superin tendent of schools for this city, is on a visit to The Dalles from Troutdale. Christmas trees can be had any time 'between now and Christmas at The Dalles Lumbering company's ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1893. The Weekly Ghroniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WA8CO COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge. Geo. C. Blakeley Sheriff. T. A. Wart Clerk. J. B. CroMen Treasurer Wm. Michell ,.,.,i " (Jag. Darnielle Commlnsioners frHnjf Kincaid Assessor .' .....Joel W. KoouU Surveyor E. K. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools. ..Troy Khelley Coroner N. M. Eastwood SECRETARY RUSK'S REPORT. If Mr. Jeremiah Rusk has not demon- Btrated the advisability of sustaining a department of agriculture he has at least demonstrated its usefulness when dominated by Mr. Busk. In bis report to the president the secretary is able to show with proper gratification a bunch of very encouraging facts. Of the $1, 000,000 worth of products from America last year nearly eiehty per cent, he finds, were products of agriculture. And for much of this mighty percentage and the conditions which produced it he claims recognition on behalf of the department. It is certainly big enough...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

THE nAT.T.liS-WHMKf.T CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1892. The Weekly Ghfoniele. THE DALLES, - - OREGON LOCAL AND PERSONAL. his New York X From the Dally Chronicle, Friday. Mr. H. White of Wapinitia called today. Club dance at the armory tonight. Ve go. Hard pan slop fills Dalles streets to day. Jay Gould died ii home this morning. Jay Gould is dead. He passed in his last check this morning, J. J. Wilev is now one of the chief dis pensers at J. O. Macks. The lava on Dalles streets is tough on the Mercantile company's new wagon, Sunshine and shadow, and fair collec tions ruled the hour in The Dalles today, The footDad and the burglar have struck The Dalles. Now look out for them. Clean crossings is what Jack wants, but he finds it difficult to provide them with hard-pan slop. Capt. Lewis is much better today. There are no traces of fever, and he was feeling pretty bright this morning. Judge Bradshaw expects to go to Port land Sunday evening, where he will hold court for Judge Stearns...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

THJ5 iDALLES WjEEKLY CHROKICJLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1808. Be Weekly Gtooniele. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. . COUMTI OFFIC1AX8. ou Judge..- OTmlnnlooera. Geo. C. Blaketey ...... T. A. Wirl J. a. CroweD ....Win. HicheU (Jas. Darnlelie 1 Frank Kincaid ..Joel W. KoonU .E. F. Hnarp Im , , n r E. r. onarp nperintendeat of PubUo Schools. . .Troy Shelley eSrnt-r N. Jt. Eastwood THE AUSTRALIAN BALLOT. Ben. Butler of Massachusetts, the distinguished general, statesman, lawyer -od politician, has been a little too much inclined to favor reforms, no bulled, and cranky isms; but when he let9 them alone and comes down to legal J" matters and i-oiumon sense, he hits the mail on the head every time with sledge lunmr force. Here is his opinion of the latest "reform" out, and biggest humbug of the age, "the Australian ballot system :" "The adoption of that system of bal latinur ' wounds mv self-Dnde. We of Massachusetts, at least, are free men, oming from the Puritans who voted with a kernel of ...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 9, 1893. (7) HOW IT W AS RECEIVED Beading the Message in tie Senate and House. PART OF IT THOUGHT SARCASTIC. Republicans Were Attentive, but the Democrats Were Listless. 6ALLIBIE8 WERE WELL CROWDED The Spanish Minister and the First Sec retaries of the German and Bosnian Legations Being Present. Washington, Dee. C In the senate as soon as the secretory finished reading the journal a messenger handed him the president's message, which he proceeded to read. The commercial and business statistics given in the first part of the message and the sarcastic paragraphs as to the supposed effect of a tariff for rev enue seemed to meet general approval on'the republican side of the chamber. They attracted but little attention on the other side. During the reading the democratic senators for the most part were chatting listlessly with each other or attending to their correspondence while the republican senators paid the president the compliment of g...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 9 December 1892

THE DALLE3 CnX)HSSLIS, FRIDAY, DECESIBEIi , 1SS3. STOLEN BY GYPSIES. Sareh Still Being Maie for little Alia ' '" Gladys Miller. TAKEN FROM HER UNION CO. HOME A Tramp Train Wrecker has Been Cap tared in California. W11CK1D TRAINS FOR RBTENOE Xatoaded to Wreck the Overland sod Then loot the Wounded Otber New. The sheriffs, police, constables and -ity marshals of the' entire northwest re keeping a careful lookout for a little girl named Alma Gladys Miller, who was . stolen from her home in Summerville, Union county, Or., September 2d, pre sumably by a straying band of gypsies. I. W. Miller, the father of the child, has . cent circulars out to every detective agency and all the general authorities have been notified to search for the bild. Alma Gladys Miller is d years f age ; has light-brown closely shingled hair, hazel eyes, and is three feet nine .or ton inches tall. Among other distin guishing features are: A small scar on the back of her head, a small scar on the nose, which is vis...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

ill Mm Ml Ay VOL. III. THE DALLES, OREGON, FRIDAY;, DECEMBER 16, 1892. NUMBER 1. s sysysy FEARFUL COLLISION. 6ne Serions Accident Causes a Worse one in New Jersey. ONE MORE BRIDGE TO BE BUILT. LjRailway Telegraphers Ordered out on a Strike by Chief Ramsey. WILL HO 8KBIOU8LT INTERFERE The Bosk Island the Only Lin Affected by the Strike far Other Hentlou. '.. Ckebiivillji, N. J., Dec. 8. At 11:30 this morning the Boundbrook express, en route for Jersey city, struck and killed a woman in front of the depot here. The train stopped immediately. Another train, outward bound, on an opposite track, whose engineer saw the killing, stopped hi train. Behind him, ii the same track, followed the third express. The stopping of the first was o sudden he could not stop in time, although he applied the air brake. The engine plowed through the rear car lor half its length, crushing timbers, glass, etc., with a report heard for blocks away. It injured about a dozen passen gers. Miss Gilroy, of Elizabe...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1892. FROM THE CAPITAL.! Telegraphic Flashes. ' Presideut-Elect Cleyelanl SensiMy Con- tiiines Secluded. HAS TOO MANY LETTERS NOW. Nine-Tenths of all Communications are From Office Seeker. THE AWAITING HOPK DEFERRED When the Heart Sickens Will be Con tent With Much Lesgened Ambitions etc. It Special to The Chronicle. Washington, Dec. 9. President-elect Cleveland very sensibly continues to seclude himself from the public in as great decree as possible, but be can not close the mails against his voluntary correspondents. From this time until S bis inauguration Mr. Cleveland's mail notwithstanding his recent proleet, will probably average at least 1,500 letters daily. That was about the number President Harrison received from iiu mediately after his election, and jumped to 2,000 per diem after his ar rival at the White House.'1 About nine- tenths of all such communications are from office-seekers. The balance con veys, mostly, advice an...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

C3j THE DJlXLES "WEEKLY CSHRONICLB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1808. rhe Weekly Ghroniele. BE I .11.1.1:. . OKKGON LOC4L AH1 PKU8UNAL. Messrs.' Maya and Crowe have just re- . Mr. F. Drews showed us yesterday the ceived a carload of tinware by the North- I resnlt of an experiment he made with era Pacific and the D. P. and A. N. Co. i some rock he found out in the 'rnonn-.i bin O. B. Farm at Hood River, This is the largest ahipmetit of that kind j tains, that he believed to be silver ore, Mr. E. H. Merrill, steward of the Regulator, will put in his vacation ou ! MONEY TO LOAN. the hna th Dally Chronicle, Tuasds . Mrs. H. Brown of Spokane, is in Mr. Alex McLeod of Kingsley is in the ity and gave us a call today. Went bound trains-are delayed by bow drifts east of Pendleton. Sheriff Kelly, of Portland is in the city. jfa has no "detectives" with him. Mr. W. K. Corson returned from a Luainess trip to Portland (T) last night. J. E. Thompson of Rutledge, and Jos. X. Morrison of Monkland.arein th...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles weekly chronicle. — 16 December 1892

THE DALLES WEEKLY CHRONICLE, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1802. The Weekly Chronicle. OFFICIAL PAPER OF WASCO COUNTY. COUNTY OFFICIALS. County Judge Geo. C. Blakeley Sheriff. T. A. War! Clerk J. B. I'rossen Treasurer Wm. Micbeli (.las. DariiieUe uommissionem (l,,riint Kincald Aasetwor: Joel w. Koontz Surveyor .E. K. blimp Buperintendent of Public Schools. . .Troy fneuey Coroner . . . N. M. Eastwood FOREIGN IMMIGRATION. President Harrison lias again brought to the attention of con jjress and the na tion the necessity of moreptringent law6 regulating foreign immigration. The suggestion is made in connection with the question of quarantine regulations ; and onr recent experience with cholera, which we could not halt upon the outer threshhold, emphasizes the importance of some positive and - prompt action on the pnrt of congress to protect us from this and other contagions diseases. But Asiatic cholera is by no means the worst evil coming to us through im perfect immigration regulations; the Pa...

Publication Title: Dalles Weekly Chronicle, The
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