SAUSBTOY. IT. C. THUESDAY, NOVEMBER, 27, 1890.
Barefooted After the Cows.
TI,a 1 ..,.) I, .1 l 1- it. r
x nv; i Ujo Iliiu CUIUU UiiVK to I.I1U Jill ill,
Which all through ones life hears a
And though we were all sturdy men,
Wc thought to live over again
The days when wc halloed and hooted,
And ran down the pasture harefooted;
We stole out of childhood" a day.
And tilled it up brimful of play.
for lnfantsand Children.
unstop is so well adapted to children that
I Jmrmend ita superiorto any prescription
"Ttome" II. A. Awantn, M. D.f
lit So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Castorla cures CoKc, Const ipatfoo.
Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea. Eructation,
Kiiio Worms, gives sleep, and promotes di
gestion, Wituout injurious medication.
a 1tse of 'Castoria' is so universal and
"25i well known that it seems a work
WS)b to endorse it. Few are the
iSt families who do not keep Castona
New York City.
Bloominsdate Eeformed Church.
Tmc Cemtaxtb Cokpaxt, 77 Mubray Stbest, Nnr Yobs.
For several years I hare recommended
your Castoria, ' and shall always continue to
do so as it has invariably produced beneficial
Edwin Tf. Pardes, M. D.,
The Winthrop," ISSth Street and 7th Ave.,
Kew York City.
kP Tsadin Fnfniture Dealer ana Unaertaker
HJ&V V A. V JJ k
tluvT.nrirpst and Best Assorted Stock of Furni-
tuie ever brought to this place.
-Mohair Crush Plush fit
price 75.00. .
Si'.k Flush nftf0jQO.
Wool Plush at $33:00.
PIANOS AND ORGANS.
ViT40x and White Organs aid Dcchcr
Bros., Clinkering i: Sons and Whcelotdc
RED JROOM SUITS !
Antique Oak, Antique Ashe, Cherry and
Wnlnut'nt Prices tl;at
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A LARGE STOCK
Of Chairs, Safes, Mattresses o(" all Kind?,
Spring Beds, Work -Tables for Ladies
Pictures and Piture Frames of every style
and quality alwajs in stock, or will be
made to order on short notice at reason
A 1 urge stock of Baby Carriages with
w ire wluehra $?.0.
Siik Plus!h Seat and Satin Parasol Car
riages with w he wheels at only $10.50.
Formerly sold for 2 0t
UNDERTAKING DEPARTMENT !
Special-attention given to nedc-rinkirg
in aU its branches, at all hours day and
fright. . r
Pai ties wishing my serv ices at niht will
caR at my residence on Bank street, in
Thanking my friends and The public
generally for past patronage and asking a
continuance of the same, T am,
Yours anxious to-olease,
a. W. WRIGHT,
Leading Furniture Dealer.
The pond and the
The wood where the owl used to
The bint -foil of hay,
y. Where many a day
'We tumbled down over the mows;
The grass ia the meadow was grow-
The cows in the meadow was low
ing Mo-oo! rao-oo!
Ah, life has no joy
T Like t hat of a boy ,
Running barefooted after the cows.
We ate of the apples that fell
From the harvest tree over the well;
ror never in lile count we meet,
With apples that seemed halfso sweet;
Nor water had we ever tasted
Like that which the spring ever wasted,
For God made the vintage to now
From the winepress of pebbles below.
The squirrel so proud of his tail,
The chipmunk, who travels by rail
The blackbird, robin, and jay
Each carve us a greeting that day,
The pastimes of boyhood we courted
In places where once we had sported,
And when the old dinner horn blew
We felt the old hunger anew.
"Twas more like enacting a dream!
We waded and fished in the stream,
Which somehow looked shallow au(
Nor did the old trees seem as tall,
Each idol of boyhood seemed shattered
And even the kingfisher clattered.
No power can bring the joy3
Of childhood to overgrown boys.
Watchman, Tell TTs of ths Night.
In this, the age of trusts, combines
and combinations, the present status
of the farmer lias become in fact a
matter of the "survival of the fittest;
that too, with but little hope of an
amelioration of his condition in the
near future. There is an idea preva
lent aniMi j a great many agriculturists
that external force must be brought to
bear upon the body agricultural to in-
sure an. equilibrium or money values
ami privileges in the mi:k-ts of the
world, buch thesis has, so far, tailed
o meet with my approval. It is true
hat a combination of capital eniw'.oy-
Not the same was the pond nor the
'The wood where the owl used to
The barn full of hay
Seemed smaller that day
We tumbled down over the mow?,
New grass in the meadow was grow
ing, Strange cows in the meadow were
We felt not the joys,
Wre were not the boys
Who ran barefooted after the cows.
Fred Emerson Brooks, in N. Y. Herald.
ed for the purpose of advancing or de
pressing tne price of p'olucts, and
controlling the markets ;n;reor, is an
evil detrimental to the interest of not
only agriculture, but to the entire roll
of American industries, it is also true
that legislation has, in part, contribut
ed to the formation ef trusts and com
bine?, making it possible for combined
capital in the hands of a few, to wield
a powerful iniluencem crottnng Amer
ican progress. And yet, notwithstand
ing the evil conseqnencea arising from
such organized capital, I am forced to
the conclusion that it is futile to con
template or expect the enactment of
laws, either-State or national, which
will bear uniformly upon all classes of
people, and secure to each and every
one an equal compensation for a given
amount of commodities sold, and for
the labor employed in the production
bod, m (tie creation or man, never
intended that the abilities of men
should be equal. To some he gave one
talent, to others two, and to others
still, He gave three. So, if in the wise
dispensation of God, He sees fit to in
i i i .
vest m tne hands or some more power
than in the hands of some others, how
i 11 o
can we exoect to accomniisn tor ttie
people by legislation what He did not
intend for the individual? f do not
wish to be understood as meaning that
iZislation should not be used in the
M Best Business Opportunity
Laugh and. Grow Fat.
One of the commenest failings of
mandkind is the faeulty of making ex-
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eases, lieasons auu excuses un? m. w
be confounded; they are entirely differ
ent things. Do not seek to avoid a
duty by a flimsy excuse, lhere is al-
wavsroom tor the man wno oraveiy ami
unshrikingly assumes the duties and
resDonsiblilities of lite, and Who makes
V. e most of his opportunities, whatever
his circumstances may be.
Rev. Wayland Hoyt hits off the
" i 1 r,f i l i 1 l l , I I V 1.1 II -tl
pessimist ov idling in " li'"'1""""
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named Stewart, who Kepi rue peopie
,f his own town in an extemely nervous
.nLlftinnt bv hronhesvins the end of
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thei world. One day an uiineiiever
.,cL-od Mrs. Sh-wart. the prophet s wire.
if shp reallv believed that the world
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,vnc nonnnor to an end on the date lie
bnd named. '"Well. I don't know,"
she replied. ubnt I do hope it will, for
it will do Mr. Stewart so mucn gKu.
ronnff married conple have just
(rnne to housekeeping on West ford
ijfvof Tim other morniusr the neiiin-
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hniM were treated to this hit ot co.lo
quial entertainment ;xs the two parted at
tlir ii ite. He: " What shall I order
for supper, precious?" She: kiA piece
of Wfstake: and oh, darling, do te
fho mnn to out if, the rinht uwiiv of the
roods, so it will be tender.
As to the details of life, no man is
wise enough to tell beforehand what is
best for him, or what lies in his jour
ney through life". Every one needs a
aA fr fvnf. who can dispose of this
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question, and who, if we trust Him.
will s dispose of it as to promoted His
own glory and at the same time secure
our highest good. There is a vast
comfort in a simple and childlike tmt
in the GocJ of providence.
in his dealings in meeting maturing
paper, thinking a note paid a month
after due will answer as well as if paid
within three flays of grace; he makes
a I his p iper to fall due before he has
my possible cnance to meet them,
thereby giving his creditors a chance
to push him to the wall, and he fails
to take advantage of thw benefits of di
versifying his crops, forgetting that a
systematic mode of rotation is the life
or successful agriculture; he goes heav
ily in debt for supplies to have the
pleasure o" twc'.v-; months1 worry sit
ting over a worth! ss, -ndolent. class of
laborers just to get. a few bales of cot
ton, on which upon counting the cost
at the end of tne year, he Suds that 1e
has lost about five dollars a b.i!e on
every bale of cotton produced thaKycar.
j. nis is iiie cause ot naru tunes among
the bouthern farmers. This line of
farming insist be reversed, or Hie pres
ent encumbents on most of the farms
i in the South will be forever swamped.
l lie cotton crop must be the surplus
crop, plenty of feed stuffs should lie
raised upon the farm, together with
live stock enough to till that important
branch: not a dollar should be spent
off the place for mules, horses or hogs,
and when all this haa been attended
to, then plant as much cotton as can
be-thoroughly worked without slight
ing the other crops. Don't be delud
ed into the idea that an acre of land
will produce cotton enough to buy
more corn than could have been pro-
luced upon the same land, for if you
do, your smoke-house will be slim man y
i tune before you get it filled, and
your hogs will worry your life out ol
you squeeling at the gate at feeding
time, and you have nothing with
which to appease their hunger.
btay out ot debt; don t go into debt
for anything that vou are not compell
ed to have, and make that very small;
debt is the greatest curst oE American
manhood. Don't go hunting too of
ten, for while you are gone something
is sure to happen which you least ex
Zipping Down tas Fl me.
A THRILLIXO AST) REMARKABLE VOYAGE
FROM TUB SXOW LIJTE OF THE 3IEHRAS.
San Francisco Examiner.
After a slow and wearisome climb.
amj as it began to grow dusk, our team,
tired and dusty, drove into Camp Su-
quioa. I lie flume extends frnn the
high snow line m the Sierras to the
w -i ! nn 1 il s f -i t i t If
at the start where the srrade is steenesU h.H,hts' Umv
u i :.u i - ' : means ot transport ,t:oa
tu: ...:.iii. : i i . u ' journey ot nil weariness
IUI wnilll IS IIIUICMM-U IIUVYL'VtM. KIU'II I - ,,.
ed rv. i.ow c os-ly-htigging the
iidiculr .: It of i he r-icfcy gorge.
again t. v n g .'.rp around the sharp
point of a mountain or uayji- r.)-s wide
canyons, up as high as 130 fVet, with
only the knowledge of 'he frail trestle
work between us a id what?
. No grander view of the lower Sier
ras eould be experie';cv-i than Hiat
which we hud .is e ivepf on through
Hie aiiernatiiig views of"dee
I sp ic'
the decrease in th grade necessitates
a larger volume of water to float the
lumber, and at the lower end reaches
an extreme width of sixty-four inches.
At each increase in the size of the
flume more water must bi added to
the stream. The first head of water
comes from Lake Sequioa, and the sup
ply is augmentel by small strenus at
four different places between the mill
and King's river. To preserve a fair
ly regular grade in constructing this
flume, enormously high trestles were
found necessary to carry the flume
across canyons, chasms and around
sharp spurs of mountains, the first
twenty-seven miles built took over 5,-
000,000 feet of lumber to construct,
and most of this lumber had to be
packed on the shoulders of men. It
has taken about 0,000,000 feet of lum
ber, all told, to complete the flame.
But to return to the head of the
flume, around which our little party
of four was clustered, our spirits drop
ping as rapidly as the mercury during
a cold snap, and our hearts seeking the
seclusion of our byots. Coming down
a fliiiue when you are at the bottom
and lo k up is a very different propo
sition to going down a flume when you
are at the top and look down. Stories
idjustment of right;- and privileges be
tween one class and another where it
an be done successfully; neither do I
deny the fact that class legislation, to
i certain extent, litis been a potent fac-s
or in bringing about the present de
pressed condition of the American far
W-fc 1 - 1 -
ue : 15 ! ir . 1 do assert, that it it were
possible to enact laws bearing equally
upon every citzen and industry of th
-a i it
ouutrv. and to start out upon the one
ads of taxation and ginvernni -nt, dis-
j run in at in"-in tavor r non it would
io but a verv short space of fine in
leed, oetore some one with a kenier
perception, and administrative ability.
would see some chance by which he
could take advantage and le'ter hi
condition, therein' securing o:-;e link
in the long chain of oppression to bind
the hands of his less fortunate brother
pect. and probably cost vou more to
L ' i
ght it than it would take to buv
your good wife a new bonnet.
If ones whole time, energy and
brains are put into the work of a farm,
t':ere will be very little possibility of a
total failure. 1 am aware of the tact
that we will not find in the occupa
tion of agriculture, a broad avenue to
wealth and affluence, but I also know
that it can be made to pay better than
it has been doing. Clifford Kirkput-
Fiu.dlvw;- re ched Kin fit's river, and
our course now lay pnalhd with the
stream and at about tin same grade.
Our boat proceeded steadily, but with
none of the occasional rapidity we had
experienced in the' higher mountain
left behind. Alter lu.viBg "llumed
about tweutv-sevsn miles we cnnTeto
tire suspension bridge acros King's
river, but oven fifty-two miles of flume
came to an end at last, and the speed
beCame tame and slow iu comparison
with the early part of the trip with
the aid of several men at work "herd
ing'1 on the flume our frail craft was
safely brought to a standstill,, and we
climbed out on the trestle and stretch
ed our cramped legs. A few moments
later, with the did of a 30 foot ladder
we reached terra brum, our
A G pool of Thread.
Few people ever stop to think of
the twisting and turning and the var
ious procession that cotton fiber goes
through after it is taken from the pod
before it is wound on a spool ready
for use. To actually follow Jt on ita
coi.rse would be a longfand tedious'trip
but in the national museum at VVash
uigtoti, the whole story is told
of former trips that resulted most dis- of the cases given up to an exhibition
astrouslv -flashed through our minds, of textile fabrics.
If it had not been for the crowd of First is shown a specimen of coiton
onlookers that stood around ready to in the pod, just as it is picked, without
cheer if we started, or jeer if we didn't having the seed removed. Next is
we whould have backed ont, one and shown a specimen of the sarrte cotton
all. There was no help for it, aad after it has lueen ginned and the seeds
with a despairing look at the bright have been removed. The bea Island
world around us that we were leaving cotton is used for thread on account
perhaps forever we solemnly climb- of the length of the fiber. A sample
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ed into the tttime boaVaud snooK nanus or me sacKing in which me
Tun at Home.
There is nothing like it to b found
-no not if you search the world
through. I want every possible amuse
ment to keep the boys at home even
ings. Never mind if they do scatter
1 the other is easier. I boo'.vS and pictures, coats,
im ii. -..ii : i 1.1 I K.wf1 MVMr mind if t.lipv di make si
noise around with their whistling and
and so On until the results will be tin
WINSTON WEST END LAND COMPANY offers for
a limited numbfer of ife lots in North-West Wxiiston. They
arc within six mknites walk of the hest line of Street Cars in the
South, convenient to schools, churches and stores, shaded, moun
tain views. Population in 1880, fdur thocsand (4,0C0); in 1890,
hwive thousand (1 2000).
A million and three-quarters of outside money invested in
M inston-Salem in 1890. Three hundred and twenty-six thour
and dollars 'put into factories and heme buildings in 1890', to
Septeniber. Three railroads building into country tributary t
Winston. - -. .
rriiis is the best time to buy. Maps, prices and terms given
P. M.2ILSON, Sec,
uF)o von know Geo. I wish you w
stav at home to-morrow ?' uWhj,
darling?"' " Because this afternoon a
terrible looking tramp came here while
you were away, and ordered me to give
him nil the pnoncre-cake I made last
Saturday; and, George, he says he's
coming" back to-morrow, "Did he
eat the cake, darling." "ies, an 01
it-every bit' "Well, lh?n, set your
mind at rest, dear he will never come
Ik-He: "Can't you go to the broom
drill this week, Canie?" Carrie: "No,
I'm verv much pressed for tmi3 tuis
week."" Belle, maliciously: "Yes.
ind I know what time it j, or
upi. tKat von are nre-sed frcm
Tialf-ast eight to until eleven.
MV TcTies'riine: "Kepcccr,
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dot neighbor to and get cliangeu a
Sve-dolllr nWX Mrs. Isaiwtine: "Vot
Ve have blentv small
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..nine. j ass leirisuiuo'i wouui a-'iiui
rein supreme. If not aninst the in
terest of tlie tarmer.it woual Ije against
some other class or industry eq.iallv as
ruinous to the country at large, and as
dangerous to the fundamental princi
ples of a Republican form of govern
So, viewing the matter from this
standpoint, the proper thins: to do
then, is to keep an eye on the needs
and requirements of the people, and as
soon as the laws of the land begin to
operate against one class in favor of
smother, the v should be amended so as
to bear as near as possible, equally on
all But now the question is cm that
bo done; will it be done? I think not;
because wdien a law is once enacted, it
is directly detrimental to the political
party in power. A battery once taken
by the enemy is ham to recover. Hence
lie impossibility of preventing class
-station. No laws enacted now can
Mpcted to meet the wants and
U of the people a century hence.
changing channels of trade
and co n iTree; the ingenuity and in
ventive proclivities of man, which are
constantly devising some means for
the benefit of civilization, together
with the changing views and different
opinion's of a fast increasing popula-
:dl tend to show that with the
laose of time, a change in the social.
11 1 1 -..-vt,.l ni, ITIIIAM Itt AH f",
ot a ncorue are inrviui il. luu iv
oiiires the statesmanship of a 1 nomas
.Uftursrm o meet everv exigency or
this vast dominion, and not suca revo
lutionary advocates as are now push
in" forward such a visionary scheme
as the Sub-Treasury bill, governmen
tal control of railroads, telegraph lines
and other kindred ruinous tendendics
Tho irreatest relief to agriculture
must come from this individual farmer
bbn.lf nndfroin no other f-ource
iimi'-' 'i -
mut it be expected. With a sril ricn
in nwi-v rdement es-ential to a good
crop of good products of the farm where
a fine live stock of every description
bi wired at. less cost than in any
bun w v . -
sadly witli those that were not going.
The boat that was to carry us down
he flume resembles uothing so much
is a hog trough witlicne end missing.
The flume being v shaped aud at a
right angle, the boat is constructed
ikewise, but at what would be the
)ow end of nn ordinary boat, there is
no end at all, it being left open pur
supposed to have been baled and sinn
ed to the thread factory.
Here the first thing that is done
with the cotton is to subject it to tho
picker process, by which the cottou
from several bale is mixed to secure
uniformity. During the picker process
much waste, in the form of dust, -dirt
and fibers, is seperafced from the good
hurrahing. We should stand
if we should have a vision of the young
men irone to utter destruction for the
verv reason that having cold, disagree
able, dull, stiff firesides at home, thev
smirht amusement elsewhere. Don l
let them wander beyond the reach ol
mothers influence yet awhile. The
time will come before you think, when
yeu would give the world to have youi
House tumbled by the very hands o
those boys; when your heart shall long
rnr their noisy steps 111 the hall, and
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their ruddy cheeks laid up to yours
when you would rather have their jol
!v whistle than the music of all the
operas: when you would gladly have
dirty carpets ay, live without carpets
at all, but to have their bright strong
forms beside you once more. I hen
play wit h and pet them. Praise John-
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ny s drawing, oetiie s music, anu oiiuy
first attempt at writing his name. En
courage Tom to chop off his stick of
wood, and Dick to persevere in making
his hen- coop. If one shows a talent
for figures, tell him he is your famous
mathematician, and it another loves
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?eo4rr.unv, ten nuu nc win w
make a great traveier,or a ioreigu min
ister. Uecorne interested in their pets
be their rabbits, pigeons or dogs. Let.
them help you in home decorations,
send them to gather mosses, grasses
aud bright autumn leaves, to decorate
their roo.n when the snow is all over
the earth, and vou will keep yourselt
young and fresh by entering into their
joys, and keep those joys innocent by
your knowledge of them. Ex.
Has Only one Inhabitant.
The township of Skiddaw, Cumber
land in all probability stands unique iu
the United Kingdom as a township of
nne house, says the London u nit pc
fb solitary male adult inhabitant
till, vnv. j J; I
is deprived cf his vote because ot th
fact that there are no overseers to
out a voters list, and no church
pospIv in order to provide means for fibers by the picker.
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he water that backs up into tne uoai xext tne picweu euuou is wuuuu uu
to escape, un examination we iounu i a macinue, m lucrw ui mw, imu
our boat to be 10 feet long with a 14 roll. The next process illustrated by
inch plank running the length of the a practical exhibit is the carding, by
boat, making a false bottom, to raise which the sheets of cotton are combed
us from reach of the water. Uu this or run out into long parallel noers.
11 wooden stools. The cotton is next seen drawn
one for each of the party. After tak- through a trunipet-sh tpeih
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mg our seats, with many misgivings,
and balancing ourselves, the order to
cast off was given, the spikes holding
our frail craft to the flume were pulled
out, and our craft shot ont with the
current on its journey to the plains.
The sensation was exactly as if the
bottom had dropped out of the universe
and we had dropped with it.
Wotch out!" yelled the man in
front, throwing himself back on the
men behind him.
Itwasjiist in ti ne. The sudden
shock threw us all flat on our backs,
and the lioat "zipped" under a projec
ting beam that would have decapitated
the whole outfit. Cautiously regain
ing an upright position, we took a look
it the scenerv. As tar ahead as one
ennld see stretched the flume, looking
.h-ino-es dot house in. Mr. isaacsieire:
0 vat I tohfyou. He vash a leetle
rattled from drinking-and maybe he
-he yon a nickel too much in dot
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorii
iblic building on which to puousii
it m ad i
which condenses into a single strand.
or silver. Then eight such silvers are
rolled together into ne; six of the
strands thus produced are dniWn into
one, and again six of tlie stra mis from
the last drawing are combed into
Then .comes the fast roving process,
which consists of winding the strands
and bobbin. Two strands are twisted
and again won ml on a bobbin.
After a numlier of other wishngs
and winding, during which the strand
is gradually reduced in size until it
liegins to assume a thread-like iippcar-
ance, two strands ot this hue roving
are ruu together and twisted, under
considerable tension, on a bobbin that
makes 7000 revolutions a minute.
Two of the cords thus produced lire
i thin, spidery thread stretching down then wound together on -n sjmol and
tue mountain sine. jh einiei mu-.- men (. m., ,w
gloom v rocks and forest trees flashed spool. The two cord thus produced is
oast in ; Vi unmistakable blur wheii the transferred thence -to another spool,
flume lay near the ground, but wiien it ami men mree tnreau.i ot vwo eucu
rose on trestles to cross some canyon twisted together, forming a six ord
or ravine, we seemed suspended, like thread. One who has followed the
Mohammed's coffin, utwixt heaven and prDcess sees the cotton gradually trans?
firth." formed from a wide hand, or sheet ot
I:i the meantime our speed had been loose cotton, to a compact tdiread that
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increasing. iot a niemoer i tue par- .in pa me cj ui a uenm-
ty spoke a word, but in dumb amaze
ment held a firm grip to the seat. Our
boat had proceeded but half a mile
wheit immediately before us could be
seen what we subsequently learned to
be one of the stcvpe inc.idcs of the
whole coui-se of the flume- a drop of
250 yards, with a grade of 1,200 feet
to the mile. It was but a few moments
when our boat was at the head of this
inc.iie. Pieces of timber could be seen
on the mountain side below us. these
The six cord thread is at last taken
front a bobbin and reeled into a skein,
from which it is bleaiched or dyed.
Then it is wound back from the skein
upon a big spool, front which it i
supplied to little birch cpools, upon
which it is wound in regular courses,
and is then ready for the market.
The machine that regulates the last
winding measures the numler of-yardi
wound on each spool. The pools
are made of various sizes, the average
pieces having been hai led out or the spool containing Z )J yards.
flume during their course. The sight The labels thatecorate the ends of
ivsk not verv assuring to us. but there the spools when tlieVare sold are last
. l . l ' r.
section upon the face of the globe, and
with a climate, the mildness of which,
and adaptability to the advancement
of mankind, is unsurpassed by any un
der the sun, the Southern farmer should
lead the world in the race of progress.
And why is ,t that we near on every toivnship of u
hand that "farming don t pay de- , J .j decline! 1
: :.. i Him tn Si!ni v ' . ..i .... ii.
fuesMou in - i -i i i thill" to do With U, on ti;e groauu n;ai
by the ruinous policy adopted and to!-! township with
lowed by the Southern farmer. He ty and expenee of another,
has f iled to educate himself upon bus- J 'fhe tenant of the house is the shep
ino?s principle: he knew not the val- herd of iSkiddaw forest-a forest with-
()i several occasions nnsucessfii
claims-have been me.de for an occupier s
i.Cnv he revising oarrisier ai
1 i 1 . T . ........ tt r 1 . i it
ick, aliuanis vi-.n uiw m-j
ion agents served a notice of
claim upon the assistant overseer or tlie
to have any-
w;ls nostich thing as stopping or turn
ing back at this stage of tho journey.
Holding our respective breaths and of
fering men til prayers for our own
safety, we consigned ourselves to our
fate." The boat stopped for an instant
at the head of tbehute, pitched over
the curve and went out into what
seemed to bj mere space.,
A dim nrecention of fleeing fores,
pat on. ineyare cut an I pasred on
bv mach:niy with grat rapidity.
Golden Day. -
Last week, in South
man whipped a dog
MAnl f.. 1 1 4itkiimr
nuiit k' tut im)
Dakota, a v. o-
dashing wildly past a wa
the small things, b-3 is not prompt ont a tr
fnr u few second-" the noisy waii of
the waters behind us, after wi'Xh we
found ours- lres at the bottom 'of the
incline tniug to reg-iiu our breath.
It was short and luckily, too. Human
nerves could hardly have stood the
strain much longer. Going on at a
slightly reduced rate of speed, we w.rc
Ltrcated ty a constant chang ? of uiour.-
which was ab ut
a hnnd:el yards from the hou-e, leav
ing her little child in the house. When
she returned, the do had at ticked end
taten off the child's head. Tae moth
er fell seuscdess, and when sbe came
to she was a raring muu ite. Meriiu:-
Land killed the do. The (o J was
a Newfoundland and t ie family
thought a great deal of it.'
California will have M tsl 10,10.) tar
loads of f in it io ihe Hn.U i n otai !t:a
before tbeeeasen tttt.