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CAPITAL CITY COUKIER. SATURDAY OCTOBER i, 1892
HOW TO MAKE SALADS
SOME VALUABLE HINTS FOR THE
Lettuce Make mi r.xcollont Fontiitutloti
(or flevptul Salailn Nuttiirtltiin, Toinu
tact, Critry mill Cabbage Salad- Okiiip
In wiinn went her, If tlicro In nny (UhIi
which will tempt 11 wavering itctltu it l
certainly u well murtu, prettily tlecorntitl,
lco cold snlail. It roqulrcs nrt to tnuku n
good suliul, lVrluipi villus Is iiict"iiiry
to tho preparation of n perfect otiv. Sid
noy Smith prided hltnielf upon thu excel
lenco of IiIh miIikIn, and wroto n rhymed
recipe for tho nmjoiinnlso. Hut nmiiy n
llttlo housewife lin tho reqlllnltu qtuilltie
to oniihlo her to maku nlco oiilaiU without
any nsslstanco wivu her own keen hciiko of
taste, quick perception nud excellent JihIk
nient. Fortunately It Is not often uecei
snry to no Into a hot kitchen to prepare, a
alad, as It may ho frequently be, madu of
left overs from tliutahlo or vegetables frt"li
from tho garden or refrigerators. Thu ma
terlals used In snlmlt nro numerous and
should always ho of tho bast.
Lettuce, is no pliant, having no antlpa
Miles and not a traco of Bolf assertion, that
it readily incorporates with Its own mild
flavor any tastoor Hindi that may ho added,
and therefore furnishes a most desirable
basis for a salad. Its crisp, fresh, golden
green appearance, especially when fringed
and curled, comiuetidsittothueyuas much
as Its faintly delicato flavor does to the
palate. I know a gentleman who with
shrimps and lettuce makes an Ideal dish
for a summer evening tea.
Nasturtium salad should ho niado ot
whlto heads of lettuce dressed with picked
nasturtium, oil and lemon Juice. If served
lu a delicato glass dish and decorated with
nasturtium blossoms tho salad is appetizing
and beautiful. Green beau pods, gathered
beforo thu beans form, boiled in salt watet
until tender, then chilled and covered with
a mayonnaNo which contains a mere sug
gcstlon of onion juice, will bu found quite
acceptable. Cold cauliflower dressed with a
cream sauce and ornamented with chopped
olives and capers may bo served as a salad.
If oil Is not desired melted butter may be
used. Garnish with thin slices ot cucum
ber or a green pea salad. It may bu served
witli a regular mayonnaise, dressing.
Tomato salad may bo made lu a variety
of ways. Tho easiest way is to dress with
cayenne pepper, oil and lemon. Klther the
red or yellow tomato Is pretty enough with
out decoration. So also are beets, one ol
the handsomest products of tho garden.
An excellent plain salad is made of hot
sliced beets cooked for a while in a little
water, vinegar and sugar. Make a red
sauce of thu water by thickening with corn
starch aud add butter, and pour over the
beets. It may bo served not or cold.
Small green cucumbers furnish material
for an excellent salad. It 'is llttlo wonder
that this vegetable was ono regretted by
thu Israelites In thu desert. Hgyptiau cu
cumbers are said to bo especially flue.
Some ot our varieties are much more de
liclous than others, but most of them aie
good If picked from the vines with thu dew
still upon them. Cucumbersshould always
be served lco cold. It Is a great mistake to
let them stand, as so many do, In salt
water, as this destroys thu crispness. Add
a llttlo onion juice and good vinegar, sea
son with salt and pepper, aud servu gar
nished with broken pieces of ice.
Celery cut up in small pieces, covered
with a good mayonnaise, and garnished
with its own pretty leaves, makes .a Hue
salad. It is Invaluable lu combination It h
various kinds of meat salads.
Though thucablmgu Is a plebeian vegeta
ble, yet its gastronomic capabilities .are
numerous. Slukcspcaru alludes to it by
its old name, "Wortsl good cabbage."
When thu head is compact, white, and
cri-p, it may bu sliced very line, salted and
served with a dressing made of sour cream
whipped to a foam, and containing a little
bit of vinegar. If the sour cream is not
thick or yellow enough add the well beaten
yolk ot one egg. This is also an excellent
dressing for cold boiled potatoes cut in
cubes and decorated with rings of white ol
Hard boiled eggs as a salad and gar
nlshed with lettuce nul parsley maku a
pretty ami appetizing dish. During tin
heated term it is sometimes desirable i
serve meat in salad form. Chicken is the
best material for this purpose, although
veal will servu as a substitute. A good it
cipu Is as follows: Cut tho meat of tuo
chickens into small pieces and unequal
quantity of celery. Add two teaspiKiutuls
of chopped olives and thu same of capers
Make mayonnaise of threo yolks of eggs
adding drop by drop thu olive oil, stirring
to thu consistency of cream, adding now
aud then lemon juice. Add salt and cay
ennu pepper to taste. .Mold tho chicken
on a platter aud pour over it mayonnaise.
An alternate dressing may bo made as foi
lows: Yolk of two eggs, ono teaspoonful
of (lour, ono of butter, one of sugar, one ol
mustard, one of salt, ono of cayennu pep
per. Mix to a paste with vinegar. Add a
cup of boiling water. Cook till thick
Cool and add four tablespoouf ills of butter
Lobster, salmon, cove oyster, whltellnl.
and ham may all bo used as salad. Salm
on requires chopped cucumber pick'es.
Thu oysters 111 u best mudu with lettuce or
celery. The hum can bo used with either
cabbage or celery.
Asa relish for roast duck or game or
angu salad Is good. Slice six oraugis foi
eight persons. Grate thu rind of one ai.n
add thu Juice of one lemon, three table
spoonfuls of salad oil or melted butter, a
pinch of tayeiifce pepper, and pour over the
Several herbs may bu advuutageoiis!
used lu making salads, such as cheriil
A bottle of extract of celery and a bottle
of spiced vinegar are cuuvi nient in salad
making. Thu latter should bu llavimd
with mint, parsley, celery seed, onions,
cloven, pepper, nutmeg, salt and sugar
Many ot thu materials used in salads, such
as cress, lettuce and celery, are quieting t
thu neives, tend to Induce sleep and an
therefore healthful as well as appetizing
St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
It Fits Over Common Lump.
A device 1ms been patented for thu read
boiling of milk, tea, collcc, etc. It is pe
oullarly suited to thu requirements of c
nursery. The device, which consists ot
winged plates connected together, then
upper edge.4 being flattened nud extending
at right angles to their veil leal portions,
can bo attached to any lamp chimney. Tlu
loner edges of the plates nie pro Ided with
uotches or coLrugatloiis that constitute at
extension which Ills lu the opening at tin
top of the chimin-) . The uppir ulges 01
thu chimney lit ill thu notches in I. it- edgi s
of thu plates and thus keep theoppll u i
steady, It cun be placed on and iiiiumu
from tliu chimin; with rapidity, and dm
uot luterfeiu lu thu least with thu lllu
minuting qualities of thu lamp.
MUerljr, Mot Kciinnmlcnt, .
now many of us when sorting over oar
house or our wardrobe ha u coinu nrros
many llttlo things utterly valueless in our
cjes at tho present moment, yet which are
put carefully away, thinking that they
may come In good sotnu tlmur This pro-
firanuno Is carried out spring and tall, year
n and year out, until nftcr awhlln the
closets nro littered up with useless, half
worn garments, and thu storeioom looks
like a genuine hotel des luvalldes for ei lp
riled chairs and sofas, unhung plcturesaud
faded draperies. Now dear, careful souls,
there Is not one bit of economy lu hoarding
up nil thosu things unless, being of n
philanthropic turn of mind, you deslro to
give tho poor llttlo Innocent moths a good
Suppose you do put all these odds and
ends by for future use, do you believe )oii
can ever put your haudsouthein when jou
want theiuf Truu economy Is of a very dlf
ferent type from this, and thu spirit of the
miser Is not thuonu that leads to wealth, lie
careful aud prudent. If a dollar can he
saved by making over an old gown save It.
It the summer's bonnet can bu trimmed
with last winter's feathers tisu thuiu, hut
do not save a great lot of accumulated
dress goods, millinery, (xlds and ends and
leelilo furniture Just becausu ten years
fioin now you might huvo occasion for a
solferluo button, a gray tip or an antiquat
ed hassock. Glvo them to thosu who can
maku present use of them, hut do not ac
cumulate u lot. of worthless stun" just be
cause you think at soiiiu distant period It
may comu In good. Philadelphia Times.
Women In iloiirnitllaiu.
Why should not women succeed lu nuws
pajter work f
Frankly, I cannot think of any valid rea
on. To bo sure various excuses nro given
vacillation of purpose, inability to con
centrate elTort, weak physique, lack of ex
pcrlence, lusulllclent knowledge of the
world and Its alTalrs, and so on through a
long and tiresome list of excuses, all friv
olous, nonu of them worthy to be called an
objection or even seriously considered.
Such excuses arc usually iniiilo by men
who are judging women by a past stand
ard, men who forget that lu this golden
hour of triumph for woman she has been
educated to do any and all kinds of work
where brains aud ability nro required an
hour when woman considers her physical
condition to bo as Important as that shu
shall ho well gowned; when lack of pur
pose has been pushed aside foruvur, aud
plodding perseverencu has brought Its own
Excuses such as these may bo made by
men who have studiously avoided giving
woman an opportunity in a profession that
Is eminently fitted for her, nud with some
people they may bu allowed to settle the
question; but It Is only the few, and even
they must soon givu way to the new order
of things. Foster Coates in Ladies' Home i
It sometimes happens, even when a car
pet has been taken away and thoroughly
beaten, that its surface is soiled with
grease, etc., or In the cae of a light ground
It Is really In want of a good wash. Sup
posing thu carpet to bo tacked down after
beating, thu mode of procedure Is as fol
lows: Obtain a round ball of carpet soap
price twopence halfpenny, I believe from
thu oil shop. Tnku two towels onu wet,
the other dry and a pan of warm water
and begin upon a section of your carpet.
Damp it with a towel wrung out of the hot
water, but do not make it thoroughly wet.
Hub the soat dry all over thu surface thus
damped, and then use a fairly wet cloth
vigorously over the soaped part. A lather
Is thus produced which must be wium-il
away in turn with the towel wrung out of
the water again. Finish by drying as far
as possible witli thu dry cloth. Each sec
tlon of the carpet must bu thus treated
until thu whole surface is thoroughly clean,
nud I am quite sure the result will b.
found equal to thu trouble thus expended
What 1111 "Kxpert" WitllrensSliould Know.
Iieforuaglrl Is an "expert" in waiting
shu must learn:
I To stand straight.
I To step lightly and quickly.
j To dress neatly.
I To keep tidy hair, clean tueth and clean
I To closu a door without noise.
1 To tnku proper caro of a dining room,
pantry, silver, brass, lamps and polished
I To handle dishes and silver In a quiet
I To carry dishes without having them
touch her dress.
I To treat carvers with as much respect as
if they were razors.
To sharpen carvers.
To remove crumbs.
To cut bread.
To maku butter balls.
To dress salads.
To maku sandwiches.
To nrnku coffee, tea and chocolate
Have made n flat frame of pine, either
white, enamel or gild it. When thoroughly
dry taku white twine and curl over the
surface according to pattern, fasten it to
frame by means of small tacks, and gild
tho cord if thu frame is white. Another
pretty decoration for a frame is to gluo
tiny twigs on in place of the twine. This
will make a pretty frame for a single pic
ture. For imperials (or "nilnnetts," tho
very small pictures) checkerboard satin
ribbon the width of picture, fastening the
ribbons at the back of frame, and placing
a large bow on each corner, and hang by
broail ribbon. As many pictures can bu
placed on thu frainu as there aru blocks.
Homo Counter Irrltnnta.
It Is very seldom now that strong coun
ter irritants aie used by thu medical pro
fesslon, especially among young children.
Mild ones, however, aru very valuable.
Mild mustaid plasters and stimulating
liniments nro very beneficial. For sore
throats and colds on thu chest camphor
ated oil is a counter Irritant that can ho
rubbed on with good results. Oil of tur
pentine will euro thu cold often when the
former w 111 not. The old fushloiu-d Idea of
using counter irritants until blisters wero
foi Died Is out of date, and such severe
remedies do more harm than good. Mild
Irritants product- good ellects, severe ones
depress and desiroj. Yankee Blade.
Well I'nlil Seumut i (.
A woniiin who has been looking up the
paying emplo) ineiits opt u to women llnd-i
that the work of a family seam-ticss Is
unfailing nud well p.ilil If one Is misler
atcly capable she loiuuintidsfionit'l tofl M)
a day, with bo.inl, ilunng the entire jear
The best lieedlewomon leeehe fiom t'Jto
fci.fiO a day. In one Instance a good seam
stless divides thu elltlio Jear between sev
era! families, receiving twelve dollars
weekly ami her boaitl. -New Yoik Post,
The Unity llnca.
London Queen illustrates an entertain
ing article describing thu merry times at a
children's picnic, A programme of games
was arranged by thu older girls, and each
event was announced by ringing a bell
Ono of the Jolllest events of the day wiimi
baby race, which Is described aa follows lu
the Queen i
Again tho bell tinkles a teller of good
tidings Is the handbell this time for the
races. lied llags are set up, some at short
distances from the starting point; others
far, far away. Thu babies are to lead oil,
but how to make them understand what
Is required of them that Is the question
A happy thought stilkes a "teacher." A
doll Is set up against a llagpost aud there
Is no further need of explanation. Human
nature asset's Itself; thu determination to
get that doll first has taken possession ol
every one of them, and olT they toddle a
fast as their legs will carry them. "More
haste, less speed." True again has the old
saying proved, for down tumbles No. 1
and all the others stop to gn.u at theitu
fortunate, fully expecting her to haven
grand cry, as they well know they would
do in her case. Hut this enterprising baby
being picked up aud set on her feet again,
having created this diversion uuwlttiugl)
lu her own favor, makes straight for the
winning post and clasps thu doll In hei
arms. So shu will probably go through
lifu getting her own way through sheet
perseverance lu spltu of all obstacles.
A Truly Itoniarkiililo line.
One of M. Kenan's dogs, called Corah,
was known as the guardian nngel formlle
around. Were there a Montyon prize foi
canine kindliness Corah would have de
served It. Her particular mission wns tr.
amuse sick children. Whenever a child
was III at Treguer Corah was sent for
Knowing on what mission she was called,
she went hounding to the house where the
llttlo sufTcrcr lay, and gamboled about It
bed until shu caused hearty laughter.
Another duty with which shu wnf
charged was to prevent thu young chll
dren of thu family, of which she looked on
herself as a member, going near thu lire In
their mother's absence. Shu was a sweet
tempered creature; but us soon as a child
sho was left to watch ran near tho lire she
became a vixen. She was sent also with
children living near thu quay to seu that
they kept fiom thu water's edge. No child
confided to her guardianship ever came tt
harm. When I read, as I often do, of In
fauts being badly burned or burned tt
death, I think It a pity that the bleed ol
Cornh was uot carefully perpetuated. The
master, lu memory of her, called a charm
lag little pup after her.
Corah was, what Is raro lu dogs, ver
discreet. Shu was always nsking leuvt
(with her eyes) to do such tilings us, w lien
M. Kenan was sulTering from lllnes-,,
jumping into Ids bed anil crouching down
at his back to warm it. Shu was wont tr
sit for hours motionless on a chair looking
at him, waiting for him to tell her to jump
Into thu bed. London Truth.
"A Stnilliiwer Concert."
Fasten a sheet to two tall posts placed at
some distance from thu wall, or it can be
fustentd in 11 wide doorway. Paint on the
sheet as many green stalks with leaves on
them as you deslro Mowers. At thu top ol
each stalk either paint thu yellow petalsol
a sunflower or cut them from yellow pa pel
and paste to thu sheet with mucilage. Aft
er thu flower Is completed cut 11 ling from
thu center, leaving an open middle in each
flower. Ilehlnd thu sheet are as many lit
tle girls ns flowers, standing so that the
faces peep forth from the hearts of the 1
blossoms. In front of the sheet some real
grass scattered, a rake, water sprlnklei 1
anil a few pots of flowers to given garden '
liku effect. Two young girls (in broail,
flower trimmed hats) stand in tills gaideii
aud lead tho littlu living sunllowers lu
song. This is a very "taking" anil prcttj
entertainment, and thu painting is so
coarsely done that 110 onu need hesitate tc
try it. EfTect only Is aimed at, nutltwi
hours will he quitu sufllcleut to accom
plish It. Kuw York World.
Too Illg lor a Llttlo Hoy.
Wo had been Invited to Join a company
who weru to maku thu trial trlpon a small
steam yacht built for thu use of ono of out
government Inspectors. Wu weru well tin
der way when thu young man who was en
glneer determined to play a joku on the
small boy who wns with us.
Just ns thu littlu fellow was alwut to
taku a drink of water from thu large tin
dipper, which had been provided for use
rather than ornament on the boat, thu man
at the throttle pulled a ropu which blew
The boy dropped thu dipper and ran cry
Ing to his mother.
"Why, Howard," shu said, "you are
surely not afraid of a whistler"
"No," hu yelled, "but that is too big 11
whistle for such a littlu boy." Detroit
Wlckt-tl I.ittlo ,lnliuiiy.
"Do you know, .fohnny, I am often
afraid I shall never meet ,ou in heaven,"
said a Sunday school teacher ton rebellious
urchin. "Lor, miss, whatever bad things
have you been adoln off" rctortul tin
scandalized Johnny, Loudon Stuuilaid.
My Dolly has been so tpilet nntl snd
Tbat nothing appi-iirei! to i-humi her.
So 1 thought perhaps It would maku her glad
To glo lu-r a ride on Tmiser.
I pushed him utr tliu step lu thu Mill
Hu looked so hi.y anil Idle
For 11 saddle I fastened my iquoii ou.
Aud uiy ribbon simh for a lirldle.
-"Hi' ' - 'ia &
The 11 Doll) nnl on liU back to rlilo.
Ami ho nrltlicr uniwIiMl nor KriiiubliMl;
I lu'lil lit'i- haiiil 11111I uiilkcd by lu-r hltlu
Till I hiKlU'il) (rli-il mill liiiiililull
I'tHir Doll) fi-ll vmiIi u ilri-mlfnl i ru-.li
l'urnr (inirM-1 coiilittrt liolil Iht
Ouu arm nml ono K u unlit all to hiunali,
Anil a u'luil track ramo In lior xlioulili-r.
- VuiluruN lliiiiitluiil In M MibolHr,
"Wvnil(i4 . v TelephOT, i76 iBHliSBfflliiiYs
Did'nt Know It!
Of Course not.
How could You?
Fact, ncvcithclcss. We nrc
now In tho News business lu
"dead earnest" anil wnnt jou
to buy all jour
"vi ri 1 n jo
papers, and stationery goods
In gvucral of us. Wc have a
Hue of novels unequalled In
the city, besides nil the latest
nud most popular Fashion
nntl Ait journals, etc. nil
nntl sec our beautiful quar
lets nud this new department
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