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flat* for Hollins Ham*. «on<t Dried Beef Manna*;* Mrelp*. The home-made sausage if made after a good rule is a most excellent dish for a cold day and for those who have good digestion. It suffers more often from combination with other food of too much the same kind than because it is in itself ex tremely indigestible. It is not hy gienic wisdom to eat hot cakes or mince pie with fried sausage, but with food that is unlike itself it has a place in cold weather foods. In preparing the/neat it is best to use one-third fat to two-thirds lean meat. Miss Corson’s rule is: Use the lean trimmings of fresh pork and from one-half to one-quarter of their weight in clear firm fat cut from the back or from some part of the car cass near the skin. Therefore to 12 pounds of lean pork add three of clear fat; chop or grind the meat un til very fine, removing all tough por tions. Season with one cup each of salt and powdered sweet herbs (chiefly sage) two even teaspoonfuls of cayenne and four of black pepper. After the meat is thoroughly chop ped and seasoned try a little piece by frying to see if the seasoning is right. Sausage meat can be salted in bags and smoked like hams. CURING HAMS This is said to be the way in which the famous Westphalia hams are cured: They are first rubbed with dry salt and left to drain for twenty-four hours. Four quarts of salt, three pounds of brown sugar one pound of saltpetre, four ounces of sal prunella, and four ounces of juniper berries are bruised and well mixed together and boiled in six quarts of water. The brine is then cooled and skimmed. The hams are taken from the 6alt and wiped dry, and the cold pickle is poured over them and rubbed into the meat They are then smoked a little every day for three months until complete ly dry, when they will keep sound and improve in flavor for years. Hams shrink in smoking about 10 percent in weight while pickled or salted pork gains about 10 percent. HOME-MADE DRIED BEEF. Select a nice round of beef—bet ter from a young animal—divide it into two pieces, following the natur al line of division very carefully, so as not make any cuts or gashes for the fly to burrow in. Then for fifty pounds of the meat make a mixture of two pounds of fine salt, one ounce of powdered saltpeter, and one and a half pounds of brown sugar. Rub this mixture well into the meat every morning until used up, and •at the end of two weeks hang up in a smoke house to smoke slightly or just enough to be tasted. Excess of smoke is not generally relished. It may be left hanging in any dry place away from fhe flies. If it moulds a little on the outside that will not hurt. The Horae Hemembera Klndoeea. A very remarkable incident in the history of the original Bush Mes senger illustrates that though abuse may seem to, it does not wholly des troy the better nature, and that one touch of kindness calls into life the old virtues. Years after he was sold, Mr. Bush determined to see his old faforite, whom he found kept in a pasture surrounded by a fence ten feet high, through a hole in which the food and water were passed to Messenger as if he were “a danger ous convict." Mr. BubIi was warned not to enter the enclosure for his very life, but he went in, and unob served concealed himself behind a tree and whistled. With a neigh the grand old fellow came bounding across the held in search of the well remembered whistle. The horse raced around the pasture, and when at the height of his run Mr. Bush exposed himself and whistled again, Messenger wheeled and made directly for him, while the onlook ers trembled iu terror. But instead Of seeking to kill, the horse cane up gentry and laid his head over his old master’s shoulder to receive the customary caress. When Mr. Bush’s time for departure had come. Jie had preceded hut a few yards from the inclosure when there was a finish, apd out Messenger came, bounding through the strong bars. He followed his former owner to the stable gently, where he was secured by strong ropes and for a long, long distance upon the road homeward Mr. Bush could hear the noble ani mal neighing, lashing the stall, and struggling to be free and follow. It is a good thing for a man to be master of his horse, but to be mas ter of his affections is an absolutely noble thing.— Wallace's Monthly. Antons the Poultry. Never use sulphur with grease to kill lice. Slow-feathering fowls are nsually the hardiest. Turkeys are usually profitable if they are kept thrifty. Fowls to be healthy and in a good laying condition should not be over fed. While barley is a good feed to give occasionally, it should never be used as a regular feed. There is no necessity of having the neste high, one foot from the ground is plenty high. Even when the fowls have the run of the farm it is best to have regular hours for feeding. A hen thai will leave her nest every time any one approaches her should never be kept for breeding. The Pekin duck is beautiful, hardy and a rapid grower, a good layer, good setter and a good moth er. It will improve the quality of the meat if in fattening the fowls the feed is made rip with sweet skim milk. At present prices wheat is one of the cheapest as well as one of the best grains that can be fed to laying hens. Gravel, lime, charcoal, and crush ed bone should be supplied where the fowls can help themselves while moulting. With young chickens it will great ly lessen the risks of loss if care is taken to see that they go on the roosts at night. The poultry manure that is gath ered up now should be put into old boxes or barrels and stored in a dry place until it is needed. If the laying hens are allowed to scratch over the manure pile and to drink water in the stable yard the eggs will be tainted. The fowls that are selected for breeding should never be overfed to push the growth too fast. A steady growth and an even developement are better. In selecting the breeding turkeys it is well to remember that a turkey hen should rarely be kept after she is 3 years old, while a gobbler may be kept unttil he is 5 years old. When the fowls are confined spading np a part of the run every day is always attended with good results, as it affords the fowls a good opportunity to exercise and Sunflower and henipseed promote a smooth, glossy plumage and can nearly always be used to advantage in preparing fowls for exhibition and to use while the fowls are moult ing. If the fowls have the run of the farm wheie they can pick up so much that would otherwise go to waste, poultry meat is the cheapest and most convenient that can be grown on the farm. How To Clean Paint. There is a very simple method to clean paint that has become dirty, and if housewives would adopt it, it would save them a great deal of trouble. Provide a plate with some of the best whiting to be had, and have some clean warm water and a piece of flannel, which dip in the water and squeeze nearly dry; then take as much whiting as will adhere to it, apply it to the paint surface, when a little rubbing will instantly remove any dirt and grease, after which wash the part well with clean water, rubbing it dry with chamois. Paint thus cleaned looks as well as when first laid on, without any in jury to the most delicate colors. It is better than using soap, and does not require more than half the time and labor. j BIIjLiS ALjIjOWEID -BY THE ■ COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. —OF— Lyon County, .\>va<la, Juno Term of 1803. The following bills were examined and allow' ed by the Board of County Commissioners ai. Us regular quarterly meeting, held July 3d, 18.3 Mrs M I. Jaqua, care of indigent.$ 153 00 Mrs. J C Gruber, board of indigent ... 22 50 Ja.s Mill.ap, care of indigent. 10 00 C Hernleben, care of indigent. 57 00 St. Mary’s Hospital, care of indigent.. 91 00 J L Campbell, meats for indigeut. 8 0" Wm Kean, supplies for indigent. 62 85. T J A Flaws, supplies for indigeut. 15 00 Mercer A Stock, supplies for indigent.. 22 6-1 Mercer A Stock supplies for indigent 21 11 J C Gallagher, supplies for county. 6 5" Chas Ross, labor on county road ... 37 00 Sam Stevenson, bread for indigents 6 3" R S Randai, labor on county road. 48 00 Wm Owens, labor on county road. 48 00 J H Hepworth, labor on county road_ 2 00 Geo W Randall, labor on county road. . 28 50 Geo P Randal, sharpening tools for co.. 1 5" W H McEwen, labor on county road ... 15 O') Matt Bay. labor on county road. 8 O-i A B Sisson, labor on county road. 30 00 Hugh Brady, lumber for county. 156 00 W A Donnelly, Sheriff's and Jailors sal ary . . 125 0" Thos. Mack, Auditor's Salary. 125 "0 A W Brann, Assessors salary. 150 00 J C Hazlett, District Attorneys salary 20 83 J A Huntoon, Clerk and Treasurers sal ary . 125 00 J F Holland, County Commissioners per diem and mileage.. 53 33 W H Spragg, Commissioner s per diem and mileage . 68 40 D P Randall, County Commissioners per dtem and mileage. 34 13 W A Donnelly, boarding prisoners. 23 00 W A Donnelly, Sheriff’s salary. 96 75 T J A Flaws, supplies for Court House 7 50 Wm Kean, supplies for Court Hou&e... 29 99 James Scott, water for Court House... 6 0" D L Sayre, printing letter heads. 6 0" Lulu Pratt, taking school cenaus. 10 00 A W Brann, express charges and supply 1 50 W E Warren, bounty on nox animals... 5 00 E A Dyer, Justice fees. 6 2-5 John Lothrop, attorney's fees. 60 00 T R Hawkins, Justice fees. 10 75 Company I N N G, Armory rent . 75 00 J E Downey, Constables fees . 28 35 J E Downey, Constables fees. 28 35 STATE OF NEVADA, \ COUNTY OF LYON. ( I. J. A. Huntoon County Clerk of Lyon County, 9tate of Nevada, do hereby certify, that the foregoing is a full, true and correct copy of the original, which now remains of record iu my ofliee at Dayton, in said county. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set iny hand, and affixed the Seal of Lyon County, this 3d day of July 1893. J. A. HUNTOON, Couutv Clerk. NOTICE. In the District 4'onrt of the (State of Nevada, Lyon County PETITION TO CONDEMN LAND. J. M. Douglass, Plaintiff, vs. James D. Byrnes, Edward Mulville, H. C Biggs, Andrew Charles, George W, Debins, Maggie Lee McMillan, the Red Jacket Gold and Silver Mining Company, a corporation, and the South End Mining Company, a corporation,de fendants. The above named defendants aud all un known claimants to or owners of any interests in the tracts of land hereinafter described are hereby notified that J. M. Douglass, the above named plaintiff, has filed a petition in the above named Court asking said Court to »on demn and appropriate to the use of plaintiff arghtof way for a tunnel seven and one half feet wide and seven aud one half feet high through the five mining claims lying thereon adjoiuing the others between the Contact mine and the Goodman mine in Devil Gate and Chinatow n Mining District. Lyon County, State of Nevada, commencing at a point on the uort h easterly line of the Atlantic Consolidated min ing claim, U s. S. Ill, two hundred and ninety nine feet south, 68 degrees and 15 minutes west from the mouth of said tunnel at a point on >aid Contact mining claim on the south side of American Ravine, whence bears the southwest corner post of the Comet North Extension min ing claim, which is United Stales mineral sur vey No. 150, south .3 degrees 43 minutes went, at a distance of ‘270 feet, and running thence two hundred and sixty five and six-tenths feet to the Annie mine, thence one hundred and sev enty one and seven-tenths feet through said Annie mine to the Red Jacket mine, and thence ninety and eight tenths leet through the Red Jacket mine to the South End mine, thence flity-slx and three tenths feet through the South End mine to the Clinton mine, and thence one hundred and forty-five feet through the said Clinton mine to the north easterly line of the Goodman mine, patented, on the course and in the direction that-aid tunnel is a tually con structed and exists, through said claim from its month on the .-aid Conta t mine into the said Clinton mine, and that the said Court has by order duly entered appointed Monday, July 17th, IH03, as the time for hearing said petition, and you defendants and all persons known and un known claiming any interest in said mining claims will take notice to be on said day before the Hon. Judge of said Court at the hour o 10 o’clock a. m. at the court room of said Court in the court house of Lyon county. Nevada, in the town of Dayton, then and there to show cause if any they have or « an why the prayer of said petitioner. J. M. Douglass, should hot be by said Court granted. .». M DOUGLASS. F. M. Hcffaker and Baker. Wines a Dor sky Attorneys for petitioners. Dated June 5, 18J3. Address a letter or postal card to THE PRIM CLinin COMPACT, JOHN WEDDERBURN, • ■ Managing Attorney, 1.0. Bo* 433. _WASHINGTON, D. C. PENSIONS PROCURED FOR SOLDIERS, WIDOWS, CHILDREN, PARENTS. Also, for Soldiers and Bailors disabled In the line of duty In the regular Army or Navy elaee the war. Survivors of the Indian wars of 1832 to 1843, and their widows, now entitled. Old and rejected claims a specialty. Thousands entitled to higher rates. Send for new laws. No charge for advice. No fee until successful. Proposals for County Printing. SEALED PROPOSALS WILL BE RECEIVED by the Board of County Commissioner* of Lyon County, Nevada, up to 9 o'clo k a m. o' Monday August 7»h. l**3, for all printing and advertising required by Lyou county from the 1st day of August 18.3, up to and including the 31st day of Percinber, 1804 The Board reserv es the right to reje.t any and all bid' as the Cubli • good may requite. Said proposals, shall e addressed to the County Clerk. • avton, Lyon county. Nevada, and marked proposal* for Lyon county printing The Board will require a good and sufficient bond for the performance of said work. By order of the Board of Coun ty Commissioners of Lyon countv. Nevada Attest: J. A ilUNl’OON, Clerk. Tie lip” Is Prepared To Do All Kinds of Job Printing. If You Want Anything In the shape of Blanks, Tickets, Dodgers, By-Laws, Circulars, Bill Heads, Envelopes, Pamphlets, i Letter Heads, Ball Programs, Etc., Etc., Etc., Call on Or Write To Us for Estimates. We Will Give You and Figured THAT CANNOT BE BEATEN IN THIS STATE. MISS-PUTS £Sap ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ Dan!.* alwiittt "la. Omy dice tur the iin»ule. 200 •eta in games,ail winning, perfect work, weight, and cannot l>e do tec ted by outsiders. Confidential correspondence with games Invit vu. rrtuv ribb-vum p*-r get. JTda. i Fair Bird* Eye. irory (me cut) pair, $8 V); loaded, I high or low, $15. Ordinary work, t+uukg, bone. 1 i •rr 9 10 inch, P»tr, §1 sivory, §1.60. Finest marked s»££i&ra usfrftftusris1' J. L. CAMPBELL, PP.0PB1ET0B OK THE UNION IM A R KET, Main Street, Dayton. Home-Cured Bacon & Hams, BEEF, PORK, MUTTON, CORNED MEATS AND RENDERED TALLOW. Meats delivered to Customers free of charge. The Chet; Cash Store! T. J. A. FLAWS — DEALER IN — Choice Groceries, Provisions and Hardware, FURNISHING GOODS, BOOTS .v SHOES HATS. CAPS, ETC., aiassware, Crocltcry, Cutlery, LIQUORS AND CIGARS, PAINTS, OILS AND PATENT MEDICINES, Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Season, FRESH DAIRY BUTTER, FRESH EGGS AND EASTERN CREAM CHEESE. Main St., - Dayton Order* by mail given prompt attention. Dayton Livery Stables WM. SCHOOLEY, Prop., Upper Main Street, (Opposite l>".uglah«' Corral) ■>ny ton. Xevntla Keeps all kind- -f sins-le nr . double rlir to •• at re»i*oni»V.f pri. e>* GIVE HIM A CALL. 098 NEW 1893 JL0WE8 SEES 07118. aaS FLOWER SEED' Varieties, FREE i A a t’nparalleled Offer by ai Old-Established and Hell abl • ElibllalihiK llou*« 'I mb Lambs’ World la a large VJ page, 80 column HluBtraUd Mag« lint, for ladies and the family circle III* devote.I to itorles, poems. ladur fancy work, artistic needlework home dec ration, housekeeping fashions, hygiene,juvenile readmit eii'pi.-tte, etc. To Introduce tbi charming ladies' paper Into luu.uo. MTOthomM wnrra » » ■»? make tha following r<•/•■««/ optr Ml.,| of only IK * onto m »>lmr or tiampt.Wi \will tana The I ,«dl«*«’ W orld /or Ttirre Month*. *nd u> ea.li aubwrtbar »a will a/«- • •Mon or Choice riower freed*, '*«- W.*rf «•*».« 11/ Pansies, V«rb«oaa, Chrysanthemum#, Aston, 1 In , , .,J.| Balaam, ('ypr.-aa Vine. Stork*, I'lgllali*. l>ou l’mka, «U'.,i<tc. R.mau.Ur, »*»*lv*.rnU pay* forth* m* . mouth* riud thiaautir* magntlktmt ( ollecUoo ol ' hi r let da, put up bv a brat-claa* Swd Houa* and warrui i.| rtnaM*. No lady ran alford to ml* ihia wood*' anity- W,guarani** *v«ry aubiwrlber many tirn** the v* v muC. and wtil rafuml your DM>lt*y and make you a pn - seed* and Mnyaima If you ar* not aatisln-d. <»nr* .» reliable publishing hour*. *odnr*ed by all the leading U< • We tu*a waived hundrada of tMtummlala from pi** hiring lh* pwt lt*« years. “ / And bMuiifut Jouin , n ««ni •'»» >i« vrart a<f, and (<■>"* uieino «nm* In* u -Mra. N. C. 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'n it of the mo»t toll Haul colorimf. » r nr njrcra i i>>u re. rii.t or tm-1 ' U» rV.M . five C.M.U (our . • .1 * : i i lie 1 •<!!«•«’ M nr* .1 ft* t * oilerI1«n of (» • let* i '» , t . i.v >• : 1.1,1 p.,1 I «•' of lh« *M-i I‘ ■ iy *«*' . • t.‘t + ■ • hf ini Aweet IV**. A It tl MMtlUK A Ci)., 41 rm U I’Uce, .Sew Ycrk. TZXS “CORNER” Main Btroot, l Dayton, - Nevada. • PINE WINES, LIQUORS Sz CIGARS Always on Hand., This saloon Is one of the finest resorts In the county. Convenient club-rooms are ntta< hed and the stock of liquors and cigars is selected from the best. A share of your patronage la all that is asked. J. R. SHAW, —DEALKK IN HAY, GRAIN AND LUMSW MAIN ST., DAYTON. M All Kinds of lui' rial Kep c HWKMKM n.ll AM> l<* • A t The Place for Rancher- t 1 When in Town. I_*_ Summit ^aloon AND LODGING HOUSE. On the Divide between Gold Hill and Virginia next to Combellh k'.' .Stable*. Jacob Hin. on,Lessee The heft of ES, j_. x -> con »■-?., cfc CIGARS. Clean and Counortable uODGINGS KuroUhed CiibtoinerN a< Kea*onab)e hate*.. Jive the place a all when In Virginia City. jr. O. IIAZljIiTT. PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, —(II fice ON — 1? Llio Sfroot, ..ty on. - JVcvfttla. Ciui be found »' nlffce on Hike Irecl. or , ... »e. mill ntreel. when .ervlee. ere required. Not <;■ To Contra" o r. \ld\ p »»i*o • >. I ‘ "11. I ^ ,s- t I 1-UM '■< *U i fit Ik. ip d ie • lo k \ " vi a , i ■ • :i.l .11. . I'il ih .t or i ,i a : ek ip r bra ja 1, at i.< « • ,r entl- ld, I' a rdance wli plan a d.-p-cl «cn lo"» on file in (lie office o the County eik at "Myio.i. Nevada. A copy of .-aid plana a <1 | ec'Heal Ion.-, i hv hence" on application i, w i ipiHif". i a rmnii of Pe Hoard at fir encehl I Wider wld he required to’iirniah bmd in double the am in' the'Id or the c iintru t on of buid lockup to the Nati action o’ 1 he Hoard. Propoiau ahould he forwarded t" the County clerk Dayton, marked 'Proposal* for ihe • on .•dm lion oi a ho kup or Bran, h Jail at Green field.” Phe Hoard reserve* the rigid to reje t any and ail hid- »• the public good may require By order of the Hoard. Attest; .1. A. Ill N 00N, Clerk. Dayton. Nevada. June 5th, 1893.