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MONTPELIER LIVERY STABLE.
Successors to Hoff Livery Stable. We.have^bought.and assumed control of the Hoff Livery Stable n Montpelier, and we are prepared to furnish First Class RIGS, BOARD HORSES, and in fact do a general Livery business. Draying to all parts of City. Baled Hay always on hand. MONTPELIER LIVERY COMPANY J. G. CRANE, Manager, S I Denver & Rio Grande - AND Rio Grande Western Scentc Xtne of tbe H&orlö AND TUB Only Transcontinental Line Passing Through Salt Lake City, 3 FAST TRAINS DAILY 3 TO ALL POINTS EftST Through Pullman and Tourist Cars ai y Between Ogden, Salt Lake Gitg, and Denver, Omaha, St Louis and Chicago. DINING CARS Service a a Carte on ail Through Trains. For Descriptive Pamphlets or Other Information, Address I. A. BENTON, ften'l Agt. Pass. Dept., Salt Lake Gitu, any tioket office New Cook Book. The new cook book gotten np by tbe ladies of this city, is now printed and offered for sale. L'opies are 25 cents each. The book contains recipes that have been tried and are known to be first-class. Every housekeeper should have one. For Sale Cheap* I have 60 aeres of hay land fpr sale in Paris bottoms, with good watl'f right, Also 59 acres of farming land, \postly S lanted to tame hay, with a neat 'little ouse on it, and good water right. V I am prepared to give reasonable tins« to responsible parties in which to payV for this property. 46 Alfred Budge Paris Idaho. Where to List Your Property. If you have anything to rent, sell Bear or exchange, is t t with Lake Reality Co., Joe Fuller mana ger If you want to buy or rent a house, farm or anything else leave description of what you want with Joe Fuller of the Bear Lake a Reality Co. This company buys and sells real estate of all kinds, and they will be glad to handle your property. r.romptly attended to. Ail Cash for Oats, I am buying oats and paying cash for Call on me if you have any to Joe Fuller. same. sell. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. WANTED.—At once, man to run form, on shares or to rent. For particulars Inqure of Oakiey & Hess Furniture Co. MONEY TO LOAN—In any amount on long time at low interest. Apply to John A. Bagley. 42 FOR SALE—Horse, cart, buirgy, har ness aud a lot of other useful articles, for sale cheap. Apply to Neilsen, the shoemaker. 50 Notice. All bills for electric light, wiring, etc., for March, must be paid to Chas. Hoff, who will receipt therefor. He will also collect all bills of the company in the future. Montpelier Electric Light 1 • A Thoughtful Man M. M. Austin of Winchester Ind. knew what to do in the hour of need, | w jf e bad such qn unusual case of. | stomach and liver trouble, physicians could not help her. He thought of and tried Dr. King's New Life Pills and she got relief at once and was finally cured. Only 25c, at Riter Bros. Drug store. - j Yon certainly should see our line of ' , I . ( line, all new spring style at H. B. Whit quad's. 5 ladies waists and underskirts if you want to see the latesr novelties in this Good ( fUiCoinmodatlans FOR \ Travelers and Teams ... \ Can be had at \ GflMP GIVEOIJT I MOOR 3 HARRIS P -No. 9. The Examiner Puzzle Pictures. THE TRAVELS OF COLUMBUS. jet* r «nias r ' -4 J ' /*. / 'V ■.mm itwm I -V jppf rilßS3äi ■ • .il I J /) m* sä \7h Hi A|T t >• -y ■ii ■ ß ih l ✓J, \L ^.4» * J& i y V Columbus in an|er leaves Seville, feeling (hat after so m*ny year* of wailing Ke Has been treated unjustly. 'V, FIND TWO STRANGERS WHO DIRECT HIM. FIND TWO STRANGERS OLD RULES STILL GOOD. What I.K. Fetch $ni>l About St (entitle Fredlnv Twenty-five Warn Arc. *In these days of balanced rations and scientific feeding the following, from the pen of I. K. Feleh and published as early as 1877, will be appreciated: "A few words upon the use of the several condiments advertised for fowls j or egg production may not prove amiss ln this work. , , , , We have demonstrated the ne cessity of the dally use of fiesh. vege- | table and grain food, nnd where the meat and vegetable elements are laek "In most cases, where these condi ments are needed, tl^e breeder is trou bled to obtain a variety of food for his flock. . ... ... . . , . . * ,V e i r . ports Have 1.1. .upplied to « concenmited form. Thu, sulphur and Iron become u necessity, ; and want of time to supply In their , natural form all the elements of food that are necessary has çauseda large demand for these specific foods and condiments for fowls. Therefore a word of direction for their use will Drove an advantage ' U * if. . "Of the many kinds now ln U«. It I, Mfe to say that In all are found nearly the same lugredieuts. the quantity of SZTIS"»« greatest u nertnte m tuem. tnese condiments and egg foods should be . . . . . , carefully administered. "No cenera! rule can be followed No gc.ieral rule can be followed. One should begin with less than di rected and increase the quantity until the desired result is accomplished. We have. In testing some of the egg foods elven them as directed and roods given tnem as directed and forced some of the fowls to lay three . „ . 8 . , . ' . . soft shelled eggs ln a single night, two . .w ^ . , _ . hens side by side pro<lucing five such eggs in a night. It is «vident, then, that in such cases the food becomes abortive. "Breeding fowls should not be al lowed to lay more than 100 eggs in the six months termed the breeding period, and if they are to be found falling off ( from that ratio the food may be used to stimulate them to a natural production, or overfat fowls may be Induced to lay more freely by its use and their fat reduced to some purpose. Fowls kept to produce eggs for the market may be fed upon this food more freely until they are forced up to their full constitutional limit, and when molting time comes they may be killed and, marketed for poultry. Birds thus I rorced will'generally molt slowly and fail to lay till the following spring, which would make it more profitable to replace them with young stock that will Ftand the use of the food and pay a profit on it h use." The Peafowl. Like the guinea fowl, this bird is morG for the open ground than for Con flned spaee It haB a wan dering tend ency. and its call is harsh. Its great attraction is its beauty, of which it is needless to speak. It is extremely easy to manage, as its wants are few. Pur chase n few chJcks and turn them down | ln tho ßrounds where you lntend feed >■ lng them. The poultry food will be sufficient for them. Any house scraps , ou lve , hcm ^ rcadl] tuten of. Feed them regularly und ul ; wnj8 in the same „ lace , p Mfowl wlll roos , wheI , th tlle branch«, or , oll trces J on , fc roof8 of buildln( , 8 . The he „ m „ ke8 b n ~. t . . . , , 8 lunJlv m " « Ï!" ° r She win taj „° m Hix to twelve eggs in April May. sitting well and being an atten Uve ond caretul motu 8 8hould , )ot |jt . lnt8rtered , , mcuhatlon. which last, about twenty^ vary much in temper and disposition. Some cocks « ", COCKS "in assist ln the care of the voune «-hii« „.m i <<, ... Jr ^ * others will kill them. Some hens AVll] , ook nfter and shelt the chl k n r t hpir p n ,„r,„„i„„„ „ ." euiLK8 jf *i.„ v d t ^ 1 e others, even own . tll 'T " ldroocl of their «h* toy th c y ou „g .?!' ° e P eacock sho «l<i not be mated with Inore than fou h Th k nn * _ __ . , „ , pLU< - uth - 18 not ruily matured in full n uni a ce till the third vp,.r t 1111 lue im ra year. He is rather a niisem. hle looklng ereature while molting-1 v . Meersch in Poultry Success ' ct " 8 ' can on or The nest Too Much Groan. It is the custom of many farmers to give their geese nothing but grass be fore they are put on the stubble fields, says B. White in Poultry. Iu quence of this when first put out they are very thin, but it is a great mistake after the stubble has been cleared to return them to that diet, for they will lose almost as ujuch in weight as they have previously gained. After the conse corn has been cleared from the stubble fields the geese should be given a feed of corn once a dav to keep them in good condition.