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I Never! You will never know how good tea is until you stop boiling it. Just as the water begins to boil, take it off the stove and put in the tea; let it stand no six or eight minutes it. longer. Then pour A Schilling & Company San Francisco u . UTKKAIIV ('OINCIMKNCKM. Oarloan Happening Among Book maker Briefly Told. Mr. Gladstone, ft is said, has devoted his leisure for the past ten years to the preparation of a new edition of Bishop Analogy, with annotations. He doe. not consider this a task, but says the time given to the study of the noblest and wisest of writers has brightened his few holidays. The book is to be in two volumes, the text in one, the annotation in another, and the modest reason Mr. Gladstone gives for this is that he does not con slder his own remarks worthy to appear side by side with those of his author. Recently, as his work was drawing to a close, he keard that another book on Bishop Butler was about to be published. This, which to many men would be a severe disappointment, has not discouraged Mr. Gladstone, but he continues as busy as ever, and hopes soon to finish it. It has repeatedly happened in literature that the same plan, subject and even Ideas have been suggested in two persons each of whom has an e'qual claim to originality. The Fos Mary Russell Mitfords, carl (1S21), had been sent to London on the very day the same suject was announced by Lord Byron. She wrote to her friend Haydon, the artist, deplorin having ing her shocking written on the same subject with Lord Byron, and added: I am so distressed in the idea of a competition, not merely with his lordships talents, but with his great name, and the strange awe in Which he holds people, and the terrible scoffs and sneers in which he indulges himself, that I have written to a friend on the propriety of suppressing my Butlers ply. John Lothrop Motley, after he had pent several years in collecting materials and sketching the outline of his history, The Rise of the Dutch Republic," heard that Prescott was anticipating him with a Life of Phillip the Second, In one of his letters he tells what a sad blow this intelligence was to him. It seemed to me" he says, ihatl bad nothing to do but to abandon atonce was engaged with the same task. Sor- rowfully sheabandoned her loved labor and packed all her portfolio and other materials, modestly thinking that her unknown rival would excel her. She has described her feelings while kneeling on the floor, pushing the large packet under her bed for safekeeping. (They lived in small quarters and space had to be economized.) Joyful was she when she learned that the rumor was false, and that she could resume her work and complete it. The Concordance was published in 1845 after the unremitting labor of sixteen years, twelve in the preparation of the manuscript and four more in seeing it safely through the press. What may be termed the accidents of authorship are many. Johnsons Rasselas" resembles Voltaires Candide," a book composedwith a verv different purpose. Boswell writes: I have heard Johnson say, if they had not been published so closely one after the other that there was not time for imitation it would have been in vain to denv that the scheme of that which Mime latest was not taken from the other. DOLLAR NEED BE PAID UNTIL YOU Mineral Water. a cherished dream, and probably to re nounce authorship, fori had not made up my mind to write a history and then cast about to take up a subject. My subject had taken me up and drawn me on and absorbed me into itself. Not wishing to be disloyal to Prescott he went to him at once and explained his position. Prescott generously gave Had the him every encouragement. result of the interview been differently," writes Motley, I should have gone from him with a chill upon my mind and no doubt have laid down the pen at once, for it was not that I cared about writing a history, but that I felt an inevitable impulse to write one history." Coming to more recent instances as illustrating the subject, we give these sin gular literary coincidences: On the pub llcation of the Prince of India," two years ago, the cry of plagiarism was started, chiefly because the scene chosen was similar to that of Ludlows interesting historical novel, The Captain of the Janizaries; a Tale of the Fall of Constantinople," a book which General Lew Wallace said he had never read. A short time ago it was noted that the name of Raeburn not a common name had been given to a character in three A novels Edna Lyalls Wee Too, Serial Story," by Adeline Sargent and Mrs. Wards Marcella. The Century Magazine for April, 1895, contained a short story, with the title of A Faithful Failure, and in the May Atlantic appeared a short sfory with the same title New York Press. Unlike every other Japan tea Schil lings Best. How? An Air Ship. The New York Sun says Charles H. Lamson, of Portland, Me , performed a feat practically demonstrating that a large airship or kite capable of carrying a man, can be floated successfully and ste: dily. He raised his ship with a dummy man on it 600 feet. The relain-inrope broke when the ship was at Had it not been for this that altitude. break, Mr. Lamson would have sent up a man to navigate his ship. As it was, W. II. Eddy of Bayonne, N. J, an authority on aerial experiments, declared that Lamsons achiveement was the greatest step toward solving the problem of aerial navigation. Mr. Lamson built his airship after Hargraves general plan, but added improvements of his own to make it more manageable in the enlarged form. The passenger, by manipulating a lever, can keep the airship on an even keel, make it rise or fall, and direct its course in coming down. Lateral steering can be accomplished by changing the weight to cither side of the center, the aerial vessel then turning toward the side where the weight is greatest. Each pair of ugs is like that of a bird. Thcie ar .so ribbed fore and aft, and covered so that the btream of air can have its full lifting affect, following the curve from front to rear and preventing all shaking or flapping of the fasric. A heavy windlass loaded with sand bags field the two thousand feet of cord All that was when being operated. necessary to launch the airship was to raise its forward end a little and take a short run, which causes the kite to mount up in the air like a balloon. 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I cercend in a fair breeze and will remain to be in trouble. About the seem tainly flying any length of time under favorluck Ive had today was finding only able atmospheric conditions; that a kite that horseshoe. Detroit Free Press. of this size will sustain and carry a man all night, and that the latter can regulate the direction of the kite in the air and descend. I do not mean that he can This remains to be propel 'he kite. many things with as much discovered, but I mean that, taking adas Schillings Best tea? vantage of the air currents, he can guide safety Yes? Why, then theres the airship to a very largo extent. By means of the guiding lever he can regno more risk in anything. ulate the course up or down, and by If you dont like. Schilling's Best changing hi weights he can curve to coffee, soda, seasoning, flavoring extracts, tell your grocer so. the right or left. He has money back to give you. The First Atlantic Cable. A Schilling & Cornpany San Francisco It is difficult to realize that America u and Europe have been connected by cable for but thirty-eigh- t years. .So The Earths Crust Rising. in both have countries dependent people In our lsst installment of notes for become upon this familiar means of communica- the curious we gave an account of the practically instantaneous tion, so intimately connected by its wonderful Sunken City, under the head facilities are the business, social and of "A City Beneath the Waves. In that political circumstances of the civilized article we noted the fact that the earths world that it seems hardly possible that is very unstable, continually changing it has been in operation only since its level like water surfaces, though not August, 1858. Such is the case, how- to such a marked degree. This is as ever, the final connections between plainly illustrated by points that are Trinity Bay, Newfoundland, and Valen- raising above their usual elevations as cia, Bay, Ireland, having been made on it is by those that are falling below. In August 5th of that year, and the cable France there are eleven cities that are opened to general business less than a known to be from 8 to 26 feet higher than they were in 1847. fortnight later. The exuberance of popular joy in the United States over the achievement Beafnesa Cannot Be Cured was a forecast of the Immense benefits by local applications, as they cannot reach the cable was destined to bessow. Cyrus the diseased portion of the ear. There is W. Field, its projector and executor, only one way to cure deafness, anti that is was the lion of the day, and enthusiasm by constitutional remedies. Deafness is over the scheme was unbounded. One caused by an inflamed condition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Tubes. 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