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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

"" ' pMinimniM ■ STEINH AIJftER'S ESTATE. riYSTEgIOUS DISAPPEARANCE OP $18,000. SEARCHING POR HIS WllX WHICH IS ALSO fussing. VOL. XL. NO. 22. SELLING AT ONB PRICE. m HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF— SUMMER SUITS £- FOR MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. x * MULLEN, BLUETT I CO., CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS, CRKTALPALACE, 138, 140, 142 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. , L BI^OS. You Wish To See Something i Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested. Then let ns show you the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—such as yon cannoj see elsewhere. We have very fine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goodi. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. C^^^ rH) HKLI) IN MECHANICS' PAVILION', SAN FRANCI9C . ENDING FEB, 18, 1893- GRAND SILVER MEDi L i^^OTSSa 001 ' «tt tr T>T"» H.ITTM"\ A T POR MOST Al IBTIC SPECIMENS OF MISCE...

Publication Title: Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

2 THE DANGER POINT PASSED. Some Improvement in the Flood Situation. The Mississippi at a Standstill at St. Louis. Dleattvone Overllowa In Southern Mla aourl and Northern Arkansas. Xhe Water* In Ohio Receding, By tho AMoolated Pre**.] St. Loiis. May 2.—l or the present, at least, dangor of further damage from the high water seems lo be past. This even ing the river is stationary at 31' i feet, and no further riso is immediately an ticipated. On this side oi the river no further serious damage is reported, and on the other Bide the situation iB about the same as last night. The new levee south of Last St. Louis is in imminent danger, Men and tesins have been workins steadily to save It for 48 hours, bat tonight it looks as if their efforts would be fruitless. A HUCCKHHION OK FI.OOPS. Advices from southern Missouri and and northeaßtern Arkansas are to tbe effect that the third flood of this year in the White and Black rivers is pouring down, doing great domage to all kinds iof property...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA PASADENA. The Paving Question -A Grand Larceny Case. Pasadena," May 2.—Nothing but pav ing was to be heard npon our streets today, even the busy collectors stopped long enongh to take a hand in the ar gument. The fact ie generally conceded that tbe cement basis men were tbe victors in yesterday's conflict, in fact that they made a clean sweep of tbe field, and as a consequence the asphalt crowd is feeling very blue. The action taken by the council was the only one possible under the circum stances. The property owners have got to pay tbe fiddler, and tbey shonld have the right of choice, and then if the job turns out badly they will have the satis faction of laying it to tbe contractors, and not to tbe material. It is understood that the petition as suggested by the council in their set ot resolutions passed yesterday has been prepared, and ia now being circulated. There isapparantly not the least doubt but what they will be able to secure tbe necessary amount...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

4 LOS ANGIiLHS HERALD DAILY AND WBKKLY. THE OFFICIAL CITY PAPER Joacru D. Lynch. Jamks J. Aykks. AYERB Sc. LYNCH, puni.isnKßS, •33 AND 3!15 WKST MKCIIND STBKBT. TKLKPHONH ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARRIIR: Per Week « -2" Per Month SO BY MAIL (lacLPDIKo PorTASI): Daily HBKALD,"ur year .... $S OO Da ly IlauAi n,six mqnths 4 2ft Daily h inalO, three months U »Jj Daily Hkhai.d. ono moiiih HO Wkkki.y Hkiiald, one year 1 HO wkkki.y Hkiiald, sli mo iths 1 On Wkkki.y Id kali,, three uion lis ft" lI.Lm.TRAT.I. lIKHAI.I., I»er OOpI 20 Entered at the posloStd at Lou Angeles ns second clasi msil matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all do liui lent mail subscriber' tnthe liaii.y HlitA l> \r li lia prunipll/ disoos tlnued hereafter No papers will no sent 10 subscribers br mall utiles, the same hare been paid for In advance. This rule I, luflezlkl*. L. P. Fisher, newspaper advertising ag ni,2l Merchants' Bxcbange. Hau Francisco, i« hii authorised again. This paper In kept on Sle lv his offic...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

A WILL THAT IS MISSING. Mysterious Disappearance of Dr. Steinhauser's $18,000. New York Stock Operations Stopped by the Doctor's Death. The Tell Lifted from the Past Life of a Suicide Who Seemed to Die for Bis Children —An Earnest Search for the Will. In the 42th day of April, 1893, at 9 p. m., Dr. J. Godfrey Steinhaueer, pro proprietor of the Berlin drag atore on South Spring street, between Fifth and Sixth streets, cpmmitted suicide. The cause of his rash act was attrib uted to his wife, Mrs. Alice Bray Stein liauaer, leaving his bed and board and applying for a decree of divorce. The usual coroner's inquest was held, a verdict rendered that death was caused by the deceased's own hand, and then a search for a will was instituted, but no will came to light. It was kqown that Dr. Steinhaueer was possessed of considerable money, but the whereabouts of this money could not be ascertained. Last Saturday a telegram wbb received in this city asking whether Dr. J. God frey Steinhauser was...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

6 BPKCIA t. NOTICBS. Hl^ER i S^TEXT8 J A nTi F, OR talned nt the following places: Spring and Second, First nnd spring. Jut il lon Temple and Spring, front ~i tieitiiiniin i-nlmui, Main Our sign indicates our address, His Helleiuo . avenne. ' Don't be ttn|.o-- -l upon by linltnioi-fl. Buy the genuine i rtlcle nl II We are the origiiiHtors of the genttliii' 'li yes tamalcs in lain \i\ 19-14 0)0 HAPPT KARN7"TIi R fONVICRTKi l SPII HT uallst, will spc in Illinois Hall, corner of sixth and llroadway, Friday and Ksl May Sth and Bth. AlUmlnisters rei|in siid to | be present, All sints free: everybody wcl fi.. come. Tho calile and electric cvt■ puis tin door. Song sen tee lit 7 :H(). Sub.ie' l : The Sec ond Coming of Our Lord and Spirit i.nlli in. «'; \ 8-2 2t WtOTICE—THE LOS ANGI 1t I ITY WATER Xx COnvpany will strictly enforce t In- follnti ing rule: The hours for stirtiikltiu: Hre ln-t \-. ei-n *: - and 8 o'clock a m. and (1 nnd H o'eioek p. m. For a violation of tbe nhnve rcgul.-tiuii ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stook Exchange Review. New Yore, May 2.—The beara were again In control at the stock exchange today and succeeded in bringing about a fuciher decline In prices over some of the closing figures of last night, chiefly In consequence of receipts of buying orders from London, but a reaction act in and for a time great depression prevail ed In the Industrial group. In some Instances the quotations were the lowest touched for many months. Tobacco broke 7H, lowa Cen tral preferred <S%, General Blectiio Man hattan 34, Cordage 3i», Omaha 3%, American Sugar 2%, aud others less amounts. During the aftsrnoon a steady tone prevailed fend al though fluctuations ware frequont, the tenden cy in the main was upward. The advance from tha lov.-ost was equal to X@VA per cent. Government bonds oloaed steady. MONEY qUOTATtONS. New Your, May 2.—Money on call, easy, ranging from 4 to 7 per cent; closed oflared at 4 per cent. Prime mercantile paper—6@B per cent. Sterling exchange—stead...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 3 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations taken at bos Angeles, stay 2, 1893: ■ Bar, Thcr Itllm W,| V.il {Too a ni 30.1W (B 79 H ' "Icar B 00 p in. 30.011 II "■ W 0 Clear MnMinum temperature, q B. Mlulmura temperature, 40. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather: cooler; north to well winds. Bleeping car berths on the Santa Fe trains eastward are engaged up to four days ahead. The two well-known young men who got into a pugilistic dispute on the Santa Monica train on Sunday last had i<6ttur put on the gloves next time. Attention is directed to two communi cations from J. 0. Ijitms of Oalabasas, ft.und on another page, one headed "warning" and the other "retraction." George Johnson, a confirmed opium and morphine fierid, waftm trial yentar day before Justice Seaman for vagranirr. He was found guilty and sentenced to 30 days on the chaingang. The HIBAU) received yenterday from Mr. Gus Knight one ol 11 ■ m Imest moun tain trout ever caught in hear vAllety lake. It tippe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

WOOLEY'S STORY. THB WITNESS IN THE rtILES TRIAL aiVES BUT LITTLE SAT ISFACTION TO EITHER DEFENSE OR PROSECUTION, VOL. XL. NO. 23. SELLING AT ONE PRICE. m HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES. —THE MOST COMPLETE LINE OF SUMMER SU ITS ——FOR MEN AND BOYS EVER SHOWN IN LOS ANGELES. MULLEN, BLUETT I GO, CORNER OF SPRING AND FIRST STREETS. CRYSTAL PALACE, X 3&, 140, 142 S. Main St. WATCH OUT FOR OUR GREAT CLEARANCE SALE! COMMENCING MAY 13, 1893. If You Wish filing- Novel and Attractive Take a Look at Our Windows This Week. You Will Be Interested Then let ns show you the many beautiful furnishings in onr several departments—suoh as yon cannot see elsewhere. We have very tine goods, medium goods, and very low priced goods. LOS ANGELES FURNITURE COMPANY, 225, 227, 229 S. Broadway, Opp City Hall. UNPRECEDENTED Jf — Bt-r:i:E=S M ff / AT THE HELD IN MECHANICS' PAVILION, BAN FBANCISCO, ENDINfJ FEB. 18, 1893 GRAND SILVER MEDAL 00t SILVER MEDAL e£&USS3° m ** a °* mmM> SILVER MEDAL SILVER MEDAL *-r* ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

2 FLASHES FROM FOREIGN LANDS. The Fate of tbe German Army Bill Bending. \f It Fails to Pawi the Reichstag Will Dissolve. Gladstone Supports a Hill Establishing an Bight-Hour Day for Miuers. The Herlng Sea Court. Other Items. By the Atsoristed I'ross.l Berlin, May 3.—ln the reichstag to day Caprlvi declared the government would endeavor by every constitutional means to secure the passage of the army bill. Continuing, the chancellor said the federal government was resolved to employ bll constitutional means in its power to at tain" its object. The rejection of the bill would create abroad the im pression that there wbb weaknees here. "In the name of the empire and in the name of Prussia," concluded the chan cellor, "I announce that Yon Iluenes' proposal is acceptable to us." The army, the chancellor said, ac at present constitnted, was unequal to any emergency that might arise. He reminded the members of the reichstag tbat the ablest diplomacy wbb not an efficient substitute for milit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

IN SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA ALMOST MURDER. Mitchell Pettlt Shot By a Mexican Named Joan Marcus. Pasadena, May 3. —A peculiarly atro cious shooting took place at Hall's ranch, La Canada, a little before noon today. The victim was a 17-year-old boy named Mitchell Pettit, who now lies at the point of death with the contents of both barrels of a shotgun in his head, face and breast. He was fired at, at a distance of not more than 25 yards. The fellow who did the shooting was a Mexican named Juan Marcus, and from what can be learned the attack was entirely without provo cation. It seems the man Marcus, in company with • Canuck named Lorenzo Martinis, had been drinking wine, and were down in the vicinity of the winery, when young Pettit came along on horseback and addressed the men by name, when the fellow Marcus drew up a shotgun i which he carried, which belonged to Mr. Hall, for whom he was working, and fired both barrels pointblank at the boy, who fell to the ground in a pool of blood. The...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

4 IjOS ANGELES HERALD ' f>an.Y Awn wwßKivr. THE OFFICIAL CITY CAPER. Josiru D. LtJII B. James J. Ay gas. AVERS As LYNCH, SS3 AND 22.". WKSV hKCOTII) RTRKfET. TEI.kVRONS ISO. SUBSCRIPTION RATES. BY CARUIIR: Per Week f .20 Per Month 80 8Y mail flit. Ltmtfra poutaos): Pailt Hy.liAi.n, nnc year Ifß 00 Pa ly Hsualp, MX months \ 25 Daily > f«a p, three month* -J ■J'- DAitY Hiiiau,. one month 80 WtSKLY mfitii.n, one year 1 fiO WBKKLY HItRAI. ~ six months ..'. — 1 00 rVxKKLY Itict.alp. three mon hs SO 11.1.t sTRiTiP II tit a lp, per copy ItO Entered st the po«.ifflc3 st Los Angeles as second clas. mail matter. ANNOUNCEMENTS. The papers of all do 100 leattaall suuirtrlber-t Co tbe Dai -y llrra t, w li he prompt'? dlscou -1 toned hereafter No papers will De sent 10 snhscrihrra by mall unlesi the ssni' have been paid for In advance. This 1 InfLftziotsL L. P. Fisher, newspaper arir>rti«l'is sg.n'.Cl Merchants' Exchange, Hun Francisco, I. an authorized agent. Tills paper is kept on fllo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

WOOLEY TELLS HIS STORY. The Trial of George A. Miles Progresses Slowly. Welding the Links of the Chain of Evidence. Suspicions Incidents In the Carlton Sa loon the Night of George Miller's Terrible Death—The Discovery of the Mnrder. The trial of George A. Miles charged with the murder of George Miller in this city May 16, 1891, progressed Blowly yesterday-in department six of the su perior court before Judge Smith. Aside from the identification bf .a,map and the description df the interior of ',the Carlton saloon on South' spring Btreet, where the murder occurred, the day was occupied with the exapainatipri and CTosB-examination of Jehn>Wco!ey, a young man engaged at the' Time in running the billiard tables in the saloon. The examination of the witness was j somewhat peculiar from the fact .that neither the prosecution fior the de fense were satisfied with what they ex tracted from him. The court room was pretty well filled with spectators during the day. but they seemed to feel ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

6 ADVBRTISINa. • Tlie most direct ntetlio.l of reiii blng the : public and making known your W W W A ftN N TTTIT SSSS W W W W A A > N .N T R S W WW W A A Is N N T B W W W W A A r* N N T B WW W W A A N H X t BSSR WW WW AAA A N N N T 8 WW WW A A N N N T S W W A Aii N N | S B W W A A N NN T SRSS Is through the classified ad columns ol This Hkrai.p. It Is cheap, brings quick returns, and places the advertiser in direct communion tlon with those ho wishes to n ach. OOOL A pSS» a BS„ lIFI PII FEE DM 0 cl aa 5 5 Bii i ii i d n 0 1. A A "HHuNs,. II lIII I P !> D CCL AAA „ 2 K 'J II 111 I l> ,» 000 LLLLA A H SS hh Ss'' II '• II BEE ODD A DDI) I. KKH TTTT H SS S A A DPI, F I 2 " A A Tl I) L EE T SS.S AAA DDI. E T k , 2 A A DUD I.I.LI.KRS! T "SS" Inserted In tbe columns of Thf. HvttAi.raA 8 CENTS PER LINE PER DAY. : • fI.IHI PER LINE PER MONTH. : ; Bpcclal rates for a longer period. : Person* wanting situations, help, or wishing to rent, buy or sell property, w ill do well to ad verti...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

THE MELODY OF MOORE. The harp of the minstrel has never a tone As J*" 1 as the song In his bosom tonight. For tho mnglcitl tonch of his fingers alone Cannot waken the echoes that breathe It aright; Bot, oh! as the smile of the moon may impart A sorrow to one in an alien clime, Mt the light of the melody fall on the heart And cadence his grief into musical rhyme. i*he faces havo faded, the eyes have grown dim That once were hia passionate lovo and his pride; And, alas! all the smiles that once blossomed for him, He.v* fallen away as the flowers have died. The bands that entwined him tho laureate's wreath. And crowned him with fame in tho long, long ago, Like the laurels aro withered and folded be neath The gr:: ,s and the stubble—the frost and the snow. Then pi,;!,, if thou wilt, as the whispering strings Strive ever m vain for the utteranco clear. And think of tbe sorrowful Spirit that sings. And jewel the song with tho gem of the tear. For tho harp of the minstrel has never a tone ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

8 BRIEFS Weather Bureau. Report of observations tali n nl Los An teles. Maya, 1893: Tim: "~j Bar. Ther. BH'miW'aiVot Bioo"* - ra Sfl.m 61 R7 rTm! O <11rar~ 6,00 p m. I'/Q.Hl 6» 70 !S Wj tf Clear Maxim nm tempers turn, "2. Minimum temperature, 49. Forecast for Southern California: Fair weather; warmer; westerly winds. The hoard of health met yesterday at 1:30 but adjourned for want of aqnorum. The mayor and Dr. Hotchkiss were the only members present. James P. Scntt was to have had his grelimfhary examination before Justice eaman yesterday bnt it wae continued until today. Scott is .charged with for gery- A Chinaman named Ah Sing, a very common name given by nearly every Celestial that is arrested, was jugged yesterday on a charge of selling lottery tickets. Numerous cases of dog poisoning are .reported. There is a standing reward of $250 ottered by the Lob Angeles Kennel club for the arrest and conviction of dog poisoners. A boy named Howard Sonln was ar rested yesterday on a war...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

PART 11-PAGES 9 TO 12. c m*,*i*m* Prononnced Atb-10-fo-ros. means fpPI Mil. It has won add holds first place as an almost Infallible cure of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sciatica, Etc. It is a strictly scientiflo compound. It was not tho result of accident or good luck. It is the product of long, patient and soientifio study of the causes of Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Soiatioa and kindred diseases, and of rational means for the removal of those causes. Its ingredients aro so harmless in themselves and in combination that an infant cannot be hurt by the preparation, yet it is so surely and quiokly efficacious that its workings seem almost miraculous. It has been used for years by the learnednndtho unlearned, the rich and tho poor, in all climates and in all latitudes with tho same uniform and happy results, and httß been to multitudes the only means of comfort and cure of thoso diseases, tho Very thought of which is torture. By direct, simple and scientiflo action it operates on the blood, mus...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

10 Ordinance No. 1650. ( NEW SERIES.) AN OTiDTNANCE ADOPTING TiTM.F.S ANH regulations In regard to plumbing In the city of Los Angeles. The mayor and council of ti c city of I.os An geles do ordain as follows: Section 1. That the following rules and reg ulatlons in regard to plumbing in theeltvof Los Angele* are hereby adopted: 1. The board of health shall appoint an ex amining board to decide upon th- competency of any person to practice the art of plumbing In the city of Los Angeles,said Imard to consist Of four member*, consisting of: Ihe building inspector, one master plumber, one journey z&an plumber and the health olllccr. This board shall serve during lie pleasure of the board of health and without compensation. It Shall examine each applicant for registration as a master plumber or journeyman plumber, and tf his qualifications be found satisfactory the board shall issue Its certificate to him through Its secretary, and no person shall bo entitled to registration as a plu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

FINANCE AND TRADE. Stock Exohange Review. Nkw York, May 3.—Thla was a day ol great excitement and depression at the stock exchange. Bales reached the large total of 586,651 shares, liquidations having been on a more extensive scale than for a lorn time. There was nothing id the way of newi to effect prices adversely. The heavy selling Is attrib utable almost entirely to the exhaustion of margins and the uncertainty created by rumors In circulation affecting the credit of corpora tions and Individuals. The only failure re ported was A. H. Wheeler, and this was of lit tle consequence, but the bears taking advan tage of the demoralization started stories about thealltged embarrassment of leading opera tors and banks. Most diligent search alter ex change hours failed to corroborate these stories •1 Impending trouble. There is no doubt, how ever, that many loans on industrials were failed in and some firms forced to sell. Bailies •n the market were frequent but counted for little, each a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The herald. — 4 May 1893

12 Stocking Ponds with Fish. Host people are setutifugly anxious to (eenre good fishing to themselves, which ts very natural, and will expend a large Bum in order to stock waters for private Use. thoy select waters which •re so situated tha* thoy can eupervise them, aud therefore these waters are generally confined or restricted. It is reasonable to crvnsidor waters which are io situat 'd thnt the movements of the trout are hindered, to be in no sense su perior to nrtiiicial ponds, and will in time Sorely run out. My idea is that general waters shonld always be selected for continuous stock ing. First find a good stream and test life qualities, nnd afterward it shonld be seasonably replenished. A great deal of money is annually squandered in start ing artificial ponds and conlinedHtrenma, which, if properly need, would have given excellent roturns. If you have money to spend on fish culture do not waste it, but invest in a proper stock ing of a good public stream, and koep it up. Yo...

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