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SATIUDW ,IIM\UY 23. IIMM4.
NEEDS f,:UCH CARE SEWING MACHINE MUST BE KEPT IN ORDER. 'T Careful Dtsting and Oiling Imperative ?Small BeCo-As Will Be Found Uaeful to Rerove Oirt from 0"Vces. ?nen wba oghly un blai v*jf|*f facturer when fhe Tanlt of stirr run BJ the ink that i ' Too much oilimi Is injurlous BB lust I a Burfaea must done 1. to draw h.ick and f?-rth it An* dlrl that work of eleaualag a Baachlaa ls ned ir ? Bmall beltowa la kepl n iwera and tba BaV >ut of ' -and i the abal ' 1 * It is a ii .,11 ns lt caitr8 anfj BBakaa tha aarta atlcky nl uncoT ? ally a w-tu BUaba Norcrcia Buna. *"*ifl : oa* QBB flour. oa* half cup of 'its, with the ' ? the t>owl lotb and put iu a warni phaf I.i the BBorali ?of an egg and BBOlf lal little I and put bouM be about dou With a Bharp knife cut a eroaa on ti baa Baka them braah tba tops with a ayrup Of BBajpM and water. a cup af drted carraata may be added at pl< Marrow on Toast. Spllt a and blanch tt, I pound It with four hard bolled yoitca of eggs. avdd B ' il of Dnely chi parsley. a i lacb of cbopped b and tl ! salt. and wbei iad ojatta aanooi ? **"? aojuar* i baal an lnch ' liiek aaa, in the cen ' ter uf whlch little Brella Bboal B iju.ir ter of nn lnch deep bai made. ?sprlnkie a few browned hrcadcrumhs on the top, plaee them ln a |*V paper aa a baking tln. cov. r them with B Hinllar ptBCB of pa.ier and put them in a QJBtek OTBB for ten to twelv* minutes: dish them up. sprlnkie them with a Uttb ! paraley. hot The marrow will be sufflcient for about elght croutes. Maahed Potatoaa Baked. ltoii aaaaa patatosa, with a ntti* aalt in tbe water, tlll they are ten der: then dralu them, and when quite dry paas through a wire aieve or mash them in the saucepan; season with a little warm butter and a little milk, to make them moiat. when they are well mlxed roll into a ball, plaee it on a buttered tin, and draw lt up into a loaf or beehive sbape with a knife or a fork; sprlnkie it over with browned breademmbs, made from cj-usta of hread baked, cruahed up, and rubbed through a aieve. Cook the potatoes in the oven for ; about 20 mlnutes with a few little piecea of hutter placed here and there j on them When a pretty color dish up. light ly sprlnkie a little paraley over, and serve whlle not. i Novel Chlcken Salad. Qenuine chlcken salad take* time and akill to make. It la not a plck-np dish. Here is a new klnd of chlcken aalad that can be done in a few mo naeuts lf one haa had a chlcken left over from another meal. The legs have the bonea removed from them. are neally lald on leave* of lettuce aad covcrvd with mayon naiae dreasing. If oae haa a Jar of as- ? paragus in the house a few tips lald acroas the lettuce 'eaf would add fla ?or to the aalad. I fti rambled *2*% with Peas. Take afa eggs, otu tableapoonful of butter. three tablecrjoonfulB of milk, salt and pepper, aad one-half pint of eooked pe?i*. Ileat butter and milk In pan. Bieak eggs in pan and atlr until mixtur* thlckens. Dratn off ltquld from hot peaa. which are ln another pan, aad atlr them in egga- Serve hot. etsast Duck with Appl**. Cleanae and truss the duck for roaatlng. rub lt wall with drlpplng or bjitter aad roaat before a clear ftre far 23 or 30 mlnutes. keeplng tt well bast ed. dl?h up and itamteh ronnd with a compote of n boald b* seivcd very hot, ;ind a gc.i;d btowr Bauce baaded. NEW WAY TO COOK OYSTER8. Make a Most Palatable Luncheon Dish When "Deviled." Take some little eups. Baa them with puff paste cut out ln rounds about one-eighth of an lnch ihick. but a plece of buttered paper inside and flll up with rice and bake for about 15 mlnutes. then remove the paper and rtOB, take tho cases from the molds. and place a little plece of fresh butter ln each and a raw oyster tb.. thlckly masked over with the mlxture as below on the butter. sprinkle over the top a few browned breadcmmbs. and then put into the oven on a bak ing tln for about el^hf to ten mln atee; dish np on a dtab-paper whlle hot. Barra for a aaaary or for a sec ond course dish. For seasoning a dozen oysu-rs chop up four aaabad aa oviea. mix them with a tlny dust of paprlka. a saltspoonful ot Preacb mastard and the same of KtiKlish mustard. a des sertspoonful of caoppaf chtitnev, two hard-bolled yoQca i tbat have -ed throuch U up with the llqnor from the oysters laoad lo about a -poonful. and use. Roasted chestnuts are sald I d aalted the same as pennuts. -r add salt to cook.-d poib .sntll lt ls almost done, since It tends trnet tba An old turkey has rough and reddi6h a \ouiik aaa BOBOOtb and ra full D;oi?t caa be Berved in th? half of a bardboi - Hemove 'he yolk. poat m ihe sauce and place th?* 1'' -amekln In the heart of a lattaca head Baa peanutB through the chopping machine and < ..,, ar|th ? batt* ike a plnch of mustard BAUt bUttl for dark broad sandwlches. Bp or consomme should be stralncd throunh a folded taaral laid on a colander. It must not be BBd, or aaaaa of tb.- small parti ?f *?k?j nsod in ciearing will be >! through and spoll the s.. BB Iron boldera are tlie oxroption LB the rule Tbaj n.?* .1 not be. for liftlo washahle ?? , en at Bd like a piliow sllp. are eaally and can ba rsaewed ;?. Uttle traa on with t.. Sardines a la Cambrl&g#. Tako aosne aardtaes, ? ..r slx ?\e aii tbi take tb and rub I throur.li a flne hair alere aaaf mix it w raw . ao hard b< ks of i tlny dust of paprika. s of freshly made wh: erumi unces of warm i and tba Hqaor from tba ? and iw yolks tures into portlon* about the size of a aabaai aeb Bp la Boar and dlp Into who- then Into freabl mubs, and put luto a fiyitiK baak.'t and f: j or four ralnataa la * i*an tx>flii^-c fat; tbaa diah Bp ln a ptla on a hot dish on a dish paper nnd serve (ittr *ith a HtUe : round the dish here and tb? Cream Cheeae and Paraley. h tbe pai Bba aad dry ln a cloth. *' and chop the lcs\ taa Add a tablesponful of the cbopped par> half a "Up of cream obaaaa Add al? so a aaaaroaa aaaatltj of paprlka, and mix the abole tboroajrbly, Bpaaai upon sllces of bread prepared for sandwlches. or BpOB butter thina or othfr wafers Press together. and as *?on as posslbie. Decorate the servlng plata with pamiey. The cheese mlxture may be shaped into ballr,. atn: witb tbe crackers or plair bread and butter uandwlches. Quickly Made Luncheon. To make a deliclous luncheon dish on ahort notice mix a baklng powder biscuit dourh, uslng a lltle more abort oning than usual and cut medlum thlck with a cooky cutter. In the r of earh place about a spoon ful of pork sausage and a thin sllce of bacon. both raw Fold the bis? cuit like a parker house roll. and bake ln a nioderate oven about 25 mlnutes. Serve with a thlckened cream gravy, Tb.es** can be warmed over ior breakfast. Potato Croquettes. Cook one pound of potatoes, and, when they are quite dry, pass them through a fine ve, then, whlle they are hot, mix them with one ounce of butter, a pinch of salt. a duat of paprlka, and two raw yolka of eggs. Mix into a paste and let lt iemain tlli cold. then roll out with a little flour. and make into cylinder sbapes. two lnches long by one lnch ln dlam eter; egg and breadcrumb, and fry in clean bolllng mutton fat tlli a nice golden color. Potato Applea. Two cups of hot riced potatoes, one thlrd cup of grated cheese. one table apoonful of butter, one-half tablespoon ful of salt, few gralns red pepper. silght g?atlng nutmeg. two pound* of thfck cream. yolks of two eggs. Mix iugredlents ln order glven and beat thoroughiy. Shspe in form of smal! apples, roll ln llour, egg and crumbs. fry in deep fat and drain on brown pa? per; inaert a clove ln tbe stem a 1 blossom end of each. Could Come Back, Thsn. De Style?V/hat la the bt-?t way to ao to Calvary cemetery? OuBbusta?Allve-New York Her WILL mmssmmmmm ?**-*? >??: m ">aa TT * ? a ar m ni m 4-$? ? ?a 4*T? m aiaalaaX To interest yourself in promot ing the CIRCULATION of the RICHMOND PLANET. ? ?? ^iai^~ iF YOU W II L TALK WITH YOUR NEIGH BORS AND INTEKEaTr TPrEM W THE FLANE1 WE WILL HELP YOU TO OBTAIN A PREMIUM. i SHOULD YOU DESIRE ANY COLORED JOURNAL IN THE UNITED STATES WE WILL SEND IT TO YOU IN CONJUNCTION WITH THE PLANET ATA GREATLY REDUCED RATE FOR BOTH. IN ORDER TO FURTHER INCREASE OUR STEADILY GROW1NG CIRCULATION WE WILL OFF i ?. i ? ? ? WE WILL SEND YOU at^THE PLANET AND THE ST LOUIS. MISSOURI. SEMI-WEEKLY GLCBE DEMOCRAT, ONE OF THE LEADING REPUBLICAN JOURNALS IN THE UNITED STATES FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BOTH. WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND THE COSMOPOLITAN MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YEAR FOR BOTH. WE WILL SEND YOU THE PLANET AND McCLURE'S MAGAZINE FOR $2.25 PER YFAR FOR BOTH. FOR TWO YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS OR THEIR EQUIVALEN7. WE WILL SEND PIC TURES. ONE ONLY. OF PRESIDENT THEO DORE ROOSEVELT. DR. BOOKER T. WASH INGTON. BATTLE OF SANTIAGO. LAND BAT? TLE QF QUASIMAS NEAR SANTIAGO. JUNE 24. 1898. SHOWING THE N1NTH AND TENTH COL? ORED CAVALRY IN SUPPORT OF ROUGH RI DERS SIZE 20X28 AND 20X24 INCHES. LAND BATTLE AND CHARGE OF THE 24TH & 25TH COLORED INFANTRY IN RESCUE OF ROUGH R1DERS AT SAN JUAN HILL, JULY 2. 1898, SIZE 20X28 AND 20X24 INCHES. ADMIRAL DEWEY'S GREAT NAVAL BATTLE OFF CAVITE IN MA MLA BAY. MAY 1ST. 1898. NAVAL BATTLE. DEJSTRUCTION OF ADMIRAL CERVERA'S SPANISH FLEET OFF SANTIAGO DE CUBA. JU? LY 3RD. 1898. SIZE 22X28 INCHES; LAND BAT? TLE, CAPTURE OF EL CANEY. EL PASO AND FORTIFICATIONS OF SANTIAGO, JULY FIRST AND SECOND. 1898. SIZE 22X28 AND 22X27 INCHES. WE WILL SEND YOU ONE OF ANY OF THE FOLLOWING BATTLES OF THE CIV1L WAR ON THE SAME TERMS. THE PICTURES LIKE THE OTHER BATTLES ARE FINISHED IN COLORS. THEY ARE 22X28 INCHES AND RE, TAIL AT ONE DOLLAR EACH. WE WILL FURNISH FRAMES FOR ANY OF THLSE FINF CHROMOS FOR 2 DOLLARS & SOCTS. EACH AD DITIONAL BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG. BAT TLE OF SHILOH. BATTLE OF FIVE FORKS. VA.. BATTLE OF ATLANTA. GA.. BATTLE OF SPOTTSYLVANIA. VA.. BATTLE OF VICKS BURG. MISS.. BATTLE OF LOOKOUT MOUN? TAIN. TENN.. BATTLE BETWEEN THE MON1 TOR AND THE MERRIMAC. BATTLE OF BULL RUN. VA.. BATTLE OF CHANCELLORSVILLE. BATTLE OF THE BIG HORN. (CUSTERS LAST CHARGE) STORMING OF FORT WAGNER. S C. (COLORED TROOPS IN THIS FIGHT). BAT ?2 OF NEW ORLEANS. LA.. CAPTURE AND , ATH OF SriTING BULL, THE GREAT IN DIAN CHIEFTAIN; FORT PILLOW MASSACRE. FALL OF PETERSBURG. VA.. BATTLE OF WIN CHESTER. VA.. BATTLE OF OLUSTEE. FLA. WE WILL SEND FAMILY RECORD. SIZE 22 BY 28. WHICH CONTAINS SPACE FOR PHOTO GRAPHSOF PARENTS AUD TEN CHILDREN. WE WILL SEND SOLDIERS WAR RECORD (CER TIFICATE OF SERVICE IN UNITED STATES AR MY.) FOR FTVE NEW SUBJJCRIBERS FOR ONE YEAR EACH. OR THEIR EQUIVA LENT. WE WILL SEND YOU A COPY OF UN? CLE TOM'S CABIN. THE MOST INTENSELY IN TERESTING BOOK IN THE COUNTRY. WE WILL SEND YOU A GOLD-PLATED BROOCH WITH YOUR PICTURE THEREIN. YOU TO FURNISH THE PHOTOGRAPH. ONE FOUN TAIN PEN. GOLD POINT; ONE LADIES RING. ONE BREi-XST-PIN. GOLD FILLED; HALF DOZ? EN UNEN HANDKERCHIEFS. ONE ALARM CLOCK. ONF. DOZEN NAPKINS. ONE HALF DOZEN TOWELS. ONE CHOCOLATE POT ONE PAIR V.ASES. ONE PAIR* KID GLOVEa3.'oNE HAM. ONE TURKEY. FOR TEN NEW SUBSCRIBERS WE WILL SEND ONE CHINA SET. THIRTY-ONE PIECES; ONE NECKLACE; DICKENS. SHAKES PEARE, BYRON WORKS; ONE UMSRELLA. ONE PLAIN GOLD RING. ONE PAIR LACE CURTAINS 1.000 ENVELOPES. 1.000 SHEETS OF PAPER PRINTED AND DEUVERED; ONE TOILET SET ONE HALF' CORD OF SAWED WOOD. FOR TWENTY NEW SUBSCRIBERS WE WILL GiVE ONE HANDSOME GOLD RING WITH OPALS. RUBIES OR PEARLS; ONE JEW ELRY BOX FINISHED IN GOLD OR SILVER ONE SILK SHIRT WAIST; ONE READY MADE DREaSS. ONE GOLD WATCH. FILLED. WAR RANTED FOR TEN YEARS. ONE ROCKING CHAIR. ONE LOAD OF OoAL. ONE GROSS OF SOAP. EITHER WASHING OR TOILET- ONE BARREL OF BES^ FLOUR. ONE PAIR BLANK ETS. ONE MANICURE SET. ONE SEAMSTRESS* WORK BOX. ONE PAIR SHOES. GENTS OR IA DIES. FOR FORTY YEARLY SUBSCRIBERS OR EQUIVALENT. WE WILL GIVE ONE SEW ING MACHiNE. ONE DIAMONu RING ONE COLD WATCH. ONE PAIR FINE GOLD EAR RINGS. ONE MUSIC BOX. ONE PHONOGRAPH ONE READY MADE DRESS. ONE SUIT OF GEN TLEMEN'S CLOTHES. ONE GOLD-HEADED CANE. ONE GOLD-HEADED UMBRELLA O^L CHINA SET. ONE DOZEN SILVER-PLATED KNIVES AND FORKS. ONE HAT-RACK ONE SILK DRESS. ONE WEFJCS TRIP TO THE SEA 3HORE, RAILROAD FARE AND HOTEL BILL PAID. FOR ANY RICHMOND WORKER. THESE OFFERS MAY BE TAKEN ADVAN TAGE OF BY SENDING ONE OR TWO SUB? SCRIBERS NAMES AT A TIME. WE WILL KEEP A RECORD OF THEM: AS SOON AS THE KtAjOiSlTL NUMBER IS OBTAINED. WE WILL FORWARD THE PRESENT INDICATED A PERSON WHO TRIES TO GET FORTY SUBSCRIBERS AND GETS TIRED MAY INDI CATE HIS WISH AND WE WILL SEND THE PRESENT FOR THE NUMBER FIE HAS SE CURED OVER FIVE. THE NUMBER WILL BE FOR NOT LE.3S THAN FIVE NOR MORE ^HAN TEN AND NOT L1ESS THAN TEN NOR IV HAN TWFNTY AND NOT LE.SS THAN ry NOR MORE THAN FORTY. TO DET< THE PRIZE TO WHICH THE WORKER rn.m at^IF ANYTHING IS DESIRED NOT SPEC1 FIED IN THIS LIST. WRITE US ABOUT IT AND WE WILL TELL YOU IN WHAT CLASS IT BE LONGS. * ? w m 9 \ ? 2 9 ++* il *? $9i **? ++? ?*? U T +* **i u; t; t m i 1+1 i+x *? 9< + ? ++? f* if: nt ttt esaaaa AD0RB5S ALL OICDBR5 TO 448) *J?HX MITHHELL, Jlt., 31? North Foorth Street, RICHMOND, VIRGINIA. aV^4HifMl, ?^?-??????^Mi^^+i^Vfii*