And don't forget the wastes of fraud," put in young Fisher.
Consider all the waste incidental to the manufacture of cheap qualities of goods, of goods made to sell and deceive the ignorant; consider the wastes of adulteration,--the shoddy clothing, the cotton blankets, the unstable tenements, the ground-cork life- preservers, the adulterated milk, the aniline soda water, the potato-flour sausages--"
Consider the wastes incidental to the blind and haphazard production of commodities--the factories closed, the workers idle, the goods spoiling in storage; consider the activities of the stock manipulator, the paralyzing of whole industries, the overstimulation of others, for speculative purposes; the assignments and bank failures, the crises and panics, the deserted towns and the starving populations
These valleys must form the grand points of commencement of the future settlement of the country; but there must be many such, en folded in the embraces of these lower ranges of mountains; which, though at present they lie waste
and uninhabited, and to the eye of the trader and trapper, present but barren wastes
, would, in the hands of skilful agriculturists and husbandmen, soon assume a different aspect, and teem with waving crops, or be covered with flocks and herds.
Some portions of it along the rivers may partially be subdued by agriculture, others may form vast pastoral tracts, like those of the East; but it is to be feared that a great part of it will form a lawless interval between the abodes of civilized man, like the wastes
of the ocean or the deserts of Arabia; and, like them, be subject to the depredations of the marauder.
Shouldn't have fired, Sinclair," he said; "can't waste ammunition.
Tippet was beyond succor--why waste a bullet that Caspak could never replace?
But 'though I can paint it for you in three seconds it would take an hour to dry, and that's a waste
They will turn on their tracks like a fox that doubles, and then the rank smell of their own footsteps will show them the madness of their waste.
Come, trapper," continued Ishmael, in a tone of better humour, like a man who feels that he has triumphed, "neither of us, I reckon, has ever had much to do with title-deeds, or county clerks, or blazed trees; therefore we will not waste words on fooleries.
Whenever I have heard the hymn since, it has made me remember that white waste
and the little group of people; and the bluish air, full of fine, eddying snow, like long veils flying:
He was probably a worthy member of society, a good husband and father, an honest broker; but there was no reason to waste
one's time over him.
On the other hand, time was valuable to him and he might waste
weeks looking for the man whom Oom Sam could tell him at once where to find.
Vasili Andreevich rode for about five minutes straight ahead, as he thought, seeing nothing but the horse's head and the white waste, and hearing only the whistle of the wind about the horse's ears and his coat collar.
He saw himself perishing amid this dreadful snowy waste, and could see no means of escape.