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THE SCTf ANTON" TRIBUNE- FRTDAT MOKX1NG, FEBRUARY" 2. 1894.
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Chestnuts, eld aud New.
( liildren of the Abbey.
Tom Cringle's Log,
Vicar of Wakefield.
Arabiau Nights Entertaiuuient.
Deldee, or the Iron Hand.
Ttie Countess Eve.
Tne Confessions of a Woman.
Wooed ami Married.
Two Years Before tne Mast.
Ail Sort and Condition of ilea
Tom Brown at Qxford.
Tom Brown's School Hays.
A Strange Story.
Mill ou the Floai.
Last Davs of fompiii.
Daughters of Ueth.
Heart of Odd.
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et of Pearls.
Tenet the Ureatand 111 Court.
rmorel of Lyouesse.
Lime Kiln Club.
An April Lady.
A Marked Man.
Crirps, The Carrier
The Honorable Miss
l.aily Maude's Mania.
Bride of l.auimermoor.
Life of Daniel Booue.
Ttie Rival Princes.
Murdered in the Roe Morgue.
Reproach of Auuersley.
Last of the Mohicans.
Old Myddleton's Money.
The Mysterious island.
Mystery of Orcival.
The Second Wife.
Search for Basil Lyudhurst.
The Bones of the Seven Gables.
The Wages of Sin.
r-trange Adventures of a Pheaton,
Birds of Prey.
The Firm of Uirdleston.
Our Mutual Frieud.
A Pair of Blue Eyes.
The Human and Divine.
Th Story of an African Farm.
Crown of Wild Ullvs.
Life of Kit Carson.
Child's History of England.
The Fslry of the Alps.
My Do! d and My Lady.
Tour of the World in B0 Days.
Twenty Thousand Lsaguas L'ndsr the
The Phantom Ship,
Knickerbocker History of Now York.
Lidy Audley's Secret.
A Hardy Horseman.
House on the Marsli.
The Owl House.
Old Curiosity Shop.
Nick of the Woods.
Wit, Humor and Pathol.
In the Scbilliogscourt.
My Heart's Darling.
Life of David Crocket.
Lady Castlemaius's Divorce,
The Sin of Joost Avelingh.
Halt Hour with Great Humorists.
Half Hour with Great Story Tellers.
Half Hour with Great Novelists.
History of the dated States.
Her Dearest Foe.
Grimm's Fairy Tales,
Faith and I'nfaltn.
A False Start.
Scenes from Clerical Life.
Old Mamselle's Secret,
Macleod of Dare.
Cast Up by the Sea.
Other People's Mouey.
liai naby Rudgo.
The Dove In tho Eagle's Nost
The First Violtu.
The Parting of tho Ways.
Forty Liars iind Other Lies.
The Vicomte's "Slide.
Far From the Maddeniug Crowd.
Ursulas of Life.
Famous or Infamous.
Mary St John.
Shadows and Suubeatns.
Plira, the Phoenician.
Swiss Family Robinson.
Ladies' Family Physician.
An Egyptian Princess.
Anderson1 Fairy Tales.
Twenty Years After.
The Scarlet Letter.
The Arundel Motto.
Ih Life Worth Living,
Tbaddeus of Warsaw.
The YVooitW O't
Twice Told Tales,
The Voting Duke.
Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll aud Mr.
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The Boys in the Forecastle.
Roanoke Island to Murfreesboro.
Popular Natural History
Stories from American History.
The Smugglers' Cave.
Filing the Bold.
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The Kitieand the Hound.
Gilbert the Traveler.
Audubon the Naturalist.
Hauff's Fairy Tales.
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My Tour in Europe.
Nature's Young Nobleman.
Frank Wildman's Adventurers ou Land
The Golden Magnet.
Rouud the World.
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German Fairy Tales.
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Boys of the Bible.
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Wild Sports in the Far West.
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Through the Looking Glass.
Our Young Soldiers.
i iriental Fairy Tales.
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Spanish Fairy Tales.
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Jackanapes and Other Tales.
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Mulfreesboro to Fort Pillow.
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The War Tiger.
Edgeworth's Classic Tales
Y'onng Folks Natural History.
Young Folks History of Fraucj.
Wonders of the Great Deep.
The Wolf Boy in China.
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Luke Bennett's Hide Cut.
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Bandrord and Morton,
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As In u Looking QlaM.
Arnbian Nights' Entertainment
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A Dateless Bargain.
't he Beer Slaver.
The Duke's Secret.
Dodloa, or I he Iron Hand.
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Ouy Kenmere's Wife.
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Tne Hon. Mrs. Vereker.
John Halifax, Gentlemen,
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Last Days of Pompeii.
The Last of the Mohicans,
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Tour of the World iu Eighty Days.
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under tho
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Two Years Before the Mast.
A Vacraut Wife.
The Witch's Head.
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THE MAKING OF SOUPS.
THAT CHEAP STEAMER CHAIR.
It Is Coinfoitalilo mill May lie Made a
Thing ot Beaatjr.
Thn deck or steamer chair, the very
cheapest f.,nii of lounging chair ever
kn jw n, hhould bo more usud as an occa
Biouul sitting room and garden chair.
"It ia bo ugly," I hear you say. But tliiu
need not be, says The Housewife. Cover
the canvas With a piece of really good
strong serge or art linen and embroider
How All (jood Cook Decide fpou the Kind
uf Son p.
There is iu part of the dinner of more
importance (ban the lOnp, and none oili
er jjivos to the cook u better opportunity
for the display of sound judgment and
educated taste. GRxxl Housekeeping's
manner of making a good soup is here
First, the meat to be used and the
bones must be placed in cold water.
The meat should be cut into pieces of
moderate side, and llie bones should be
broken, As all fat must be taken from
the soup in the process of making, only
lean meat should be used. Heut tho
Whole slowly. Then add the vegetables
and the spices needed to flavor the aoup
and let all cook gently, simmering, but
not boiling, for several hours. When
the Vegetable are done, they should be
taken out, for what the soup wants is
the flavor of these, and not any part of
their dissolved substance.
Tho rule of Professor Blot was 3
pounds of good lean beef and 0 ounces
of broken bones to 2 quarts of water.
For this proportion he allowed five hours'
simmering. The usual list of vegetables
to be used in stock aro turnips, carrots,
celery, onions and parsnips, with a little
garlic and thyme. Some chefs do not use
garlic even in smail quantity. It is a
custom of French chefs to put the spices
in a gauze bag aud allow them to remain
in the broth long enough to impart their
flavor, but not their full strength, When
done, the soup should be taken from the
stove, thoroughly skimmed again when
partially cooled and then strained
through a fine hair sieve. Broth so made
is the foundation of all good soup. The
French call it bouillon. The English name
for it is soup stock. It can bo kept a long
time in a cool place, and in preparing it
for the table its combinations are endless.
The rule of all good cooks is to first
select tho bill of fare, mid when that is
known to decide upon the kiud of soup.
The dinuer and the soup should never
botii be "heav) ." as the phrase is. If a
heavy fish, such as salmon, trout or any
other of the oily fishes, is to be served,
or if heavy joints and entrees are to fol
low, a light soup should always begin
the dinner. But when the dinner itself
is to be on rather the light order a rich
soup should be brought ou.
Soups maybe divided into four classes
or kinds, as follows: Clear soups, thick
soups, purees or bisques and chowders.
Clear soups include all modifications of
the bouillon or broth.
Pretty Divan Pillow.
One of the prettiest of pillows brought
not long ago from London is described
in the New York Tribune. It was made
of two hem stitched silk mufflSTS SUCll
as gentlemen use- or it can be made of
the handkerchief size if one prefers. The
English one waa in pale blue. The muf
Hers were united, upper and under side,
by a band of lace insertion about Ij
inches wide. The lace was in quite an
Openwork pattern and was rather heavy
like the ecru torchon. Into this cover
before the last side wus sewed was
slipped a pillow covered iu pale pink
silk. The thing was delicately pretty
and vet at once serviceable, for the cov
er can bo washed once a week without
harm if one should choose. The inser
tion was sewed to the mufflers in tho
"over and over'' stitch, with the seam
00 the wrong side.
There are many possibilities in pillow
covers of this sort. Even the line, large
sized hemstitched linen handkerchiefs
combined With some line lace can be
used With B pillow of a pretty shade of
silk showing through, or the heavier
linen squares that come with many rows
of hemstitching for table centerpieces,
united with Smyrna lace, would be
pretty. Anything that will relieve us of
the ruffled pillows ought to be for u
change most acceptable.
Desserts or Nut.
The ' foam" of chestnuts, hazel nuts or
of any nut makes a dainty dessert. For
this purpose the nut must be shelled and
blanched, boiled till thoroughly soft iu
water, then drained and washed and
rubbed through a fine puree sieve. About
a cup of the flaked chestnut meats will
be sufficient to use with, a pint of cream.
Whip the cream to a stiff froth, sweeten
It With powdered sugar, using about three
heaping tablespoonf'uls, adding the flaked
chestnuts (sprinkling them in by de
grees,). You may use a tablespoonl'ul of
Maraschino to flavor this dessert or a
little orange flavor if you prefer it to the
liquor. Let the dessert be thoroughly
chilled before it is served. Sometimes a
half cup of grated chocolate sweetened
and flavored is added to the foam. The
idear pulp of the boiled chestnuts is
sometimes passed through the puree
sieve, slightly salted and served iu a
mound surrounded with whipped cream
and garnished by quarters of gluce or
auges. i ranberry Jelly.
Pick over and wash i! quarts of cran
berries. Add a teaCUpful of water and
stew until tender. Drain the fruit in a
jelly bag without pressure. Add a
pound of sugar to each pint of juice.
Let it boil five minutes; then strain into
a mold. The fruit which remains should
be pressed through a coarse sieve, when
more water may be added, with three
quarters of a pound of sugar to each
pound of fruit. Heat to the boiling
poin L, nhd the result is a delicious cran
it not with the old fashioned crewel
flowers, but with a conventional pattern
done iu that simplest of stitches the
orient or herringbone.
Your serge or linen should be of exact
ly the same length and breadth as the
canvas und carefully blanket stitched
upon it. A round cushion of silk or
serge, slung on the back ot the chair with
cords, is another boon. If you prefer to
enamel the woodwork, this should of
course be done before adding the mate
rial. For bedroom chairs, chiutz cretonne,
art linen or red turkey twill may be
substituted for the serge. Really these
deck chairs in nurseries and bedroomi
are an immense comfort to those with a
slender purse, and to whom it would bo
a Consideration to buy the ordinary pad
Many prefer the double or saddlebag
cushion to the simpler form known as
loll cushion. These may be made iu
large patterned brocade or heavy print
ed silk or embroidered. The halves are
tilled with fine Bided wool and scented
powder thickly sprinkled between the
A Convenient Oovict.
For washing painted walls and ceiling
or dusting papered ones and keeping
stained Or polished floors in order 1 hero
is nothing so convenient us a broom cov
ered with u bag, but as this soon wears
out aud is difficult to keep iu place I
have found an excellent plan is to knit a
broom cover of candle wick. Cast 29
stitches on medium sized needles; knit
Hi rows plain, then narrow at end of each
row down to 7 stitches. Finish these off;
cast on 7 more without breaking the
yarn: widen eaeli row till you have 89;
kuit 16 rows und finish off. Sew up the
sides, drop the broom in, lace up the top
With a corset lace as you would a shoe
or sew it up with strong wrapping yarn,
und you have a capital arrangement, soft
and thick, and one that is bouud to slay
in its place. Try it and see, advises a
housewife in Farm Journal.
Household BrevltU -.
Turkey red has been selected this win
ter by the decorators for library and din
ing room draperies.
Mother's special den is provided for iu
the Frenchy cretonnes, alive With red
rosebuds, ragged robins, carnations,
shaggy chrysanthemums and flower-de-luce,
which, while within the range of
the most restricted buyer, are veritable
room furnishers iu themselves.
A plain apron of table oilcloth is use
ful to wear at the wash tub, or while
washing dishes or doing other sloppy
Thorough and frequent bathing of tho
entire body is the healthiest and best
means of keeping the complexion pure
The inexpensive Algerian curtains,
with their broad bands and strips of
satin, In tints such as old gold, scarlet,
bright yellow, pale pink and rich greens,
embellish iu unpretentious style that
cozy corner of the home known as tho
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cases, ii is true, excuses can be found for t he failure to surmount the difficulties, but usually a man is
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