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U. s. th ab rmw Irwam
" sees a irmeo e ndoe wd as ee
- mmhsnhut, sm houels .
ba te- sense. dbou a dhad
beue and a ;very pl-a bewhu, and dhe
paslde wa a hi the - ef e- e
Ssea emsa e was ar
m t ieesm amw nmeI t them mew
7ind de.ts" ah tbh wlng as me
a y me, dmI otimed tmat, M we
wl-b buImen In the Hu ne ar
strsthe pCltaid w t hek a he
-n- te .e.iotemee of the seh.
WHar'.ben tho do with the aim
rwst atb It L .tu .ne. I'she do••a- lsth
mt h a rhastnle out td t be and
"What's the a.tter with tie tn it-r
.q .oir"e se te blackalth the" a
paused for a moenet.
"YThr's a heap the matter with him,"
p.lued the en."In the furut place, he
neoer oatesr beeot tree. He dean' know
'...nilhsum iservitssuL. He aa'tha
entem he's gt a master Heno 't hro I
l and see tue e. t. at setn' thbe le
ger to take asne hs.Me t It D..ld thes pr-n
rthe sufterius -the deer asheun-the
"tiy, Iwdgm.snterrupted tbhe blakimith'
"a s aon permitten' that d hi n
s ea o ere a In't hamppy 'ease.
wtne 'sa t?"
aM arl u ta he nfhi er to Hb owraed
SNwhie ILan l t is for water to reap
"I te tak tco r e thBt Blfhold Thean
soaewtht tiud a lt eahnnt.
I"Thar's rPete Jakon over tadr.' He's a
Haer r a ole end Icall fit tthis e pn n
arunto be ain'ta whate m nod
"No, Mars Higglis," praomptly replied
"And chow about the povert ahed der
dushean," ntoDined the a larkmlth. o"JI
Sme ntion on nt iger areundlore,
who's tfoupt poerty. If yeas w ill
ii enpshuan forty who hew got ahead of
the white Ifolkrs."
"A'r ou anlil' with te niggetr" do
-id ted tbhe tdnh.io
"A hur as tose him a show. Thar'
a.'t nho tmein steppa' on him eatse nte's
blTak. Nats haso rig.ts."
"Im I . a abe .ad to peak with
nt inaterrupshan i shall tdows," replised
the ldge, aned down he sat.
He was followed to the platform y aq
praeaced youngl mra, who was a lherk
rerred to durinI th day a a rislng poll
voe, ". t is true tbit the nigger rueatloa
is the great pnblean. What shlt we do
with wte nfkt7"
AWhat *hll thew nthe do with us?"
"ar low citu'es," costiused the gentle
ptYmaan, "thas rwas set free as a
ad am measusre. Bdlann
m f buahs tno aise ma fus over iT it
ain't likely that he will ever he rsetaraed
tso ie farner eadition. That suestion
umy thereo he na lreld a dead rpu..
The quetien now aries, how sall we
dise bw hirm h"
"That's all wind," put In the blacIs anitb.
'What rIght have you to dispose of the
t g e r a vthasd b as all ths rights a w an
has. owm e wme to rea him od T"
M.yoy dear gentl y elmta ued
esurvival athe ttest comses up the
mlier lgto tohe watll. The Idra
"a " s there, and hie black brothers
follow him. I de--"
O.h It 's as to who's htten and who
arnlt it T" queried L salith. "If that's
the ease, ther's a o' algem bouad
to at ahead to white f. "
"I d to a, however, continued
the peaker witout heeding the inter
ruptlon, "that I amU not perossally op
edto lgger. There has got to be
Snd Arears and Chinese and In
ds and niggers. I beeMve an e has
a right to live and get abkns. He hidn't
+.bi that he it black anIdthat the Lorel
wi hiom to serve the white man. As
_ as be rremembers this, ared acts ac
-ant.y, I have nothing against him.
I will ow retire and make room for
oasmeee else who has given this sulbect
A nqu alm ald an called Uncle Jerry
who most have been m years old. .nb
who chewed plug tobacco like threshiag
machine was lnvited to address the enet
SgI andhe led off with:
"I've owned algers and I know all
about 'em. Nomee Is orwnery sad some
ain't. Some is lar and sonme ain't. I
don't reckon they'll ever e put in slavery
agaInb but eny o t totake o teir hates
to wi folks an giv . most of the road.
I'm no . I in't spoke afore for w D
years. I sd oe, soe niggers is all
rl hd some a in't."
rig was a call for others, but as no
one responded, tle blacksmith arose and
"I alnt wine to lose aly_ leep over
yinll to s be e laM, . If we
don't erowd the nie eaint gwin ter
erowd us. and tha pso' room left in
this country. As far his en' a nigger, he
ena't help that. He was torn that way.
As tfr t bhein' over yere, he anla't ter
blame. Hie was bang against his wishes.
And he didn't say n uthin' 'bout gttin his
freedom. He was a-workin' away and
adola his beet when the union seot him free.
He wasn't saying be wanted to vote but the
union said be might, and he'd be a
tool to. The nggerlaln't crowd
In' anybody. He's sm ndin' his own hbis
ses bout as well as wlhite folks. He's
a.getti' 'boet as many hogs and mules
tether as anay of us white folks, and
bess ckin' In the eddocashun like a dry
sponage. Nlars will steal, but so
will white folks. Nigagers will lie,
but so will white folks. Nigers is
inclined to be lazy. but I kin
nasne several white men in this 'ere
room who ain't done an honest day's
work in a year. I reckoe we'd better ad.
joeurn and resolve that the anigger can take
ears of baimelf about as well as anybody."
STRUCK A 3SO WHALE.
The Tag Aeeave meet a Powerest OM
str ete Of d iaMes Osts.
Prem the asa Frarlas Ezsaner.
A day or two ago when the Spreckels
tug Active was towing the brig George H.
Douglass in through the Golden Gate she
passed through a large school of whales.
One of the largest of the school chanced
to rise directly In front of the Active. The
rp p of the tug caught his whale
ship on the ribhs. causing the mow
star to spring hall out of the water. The
blow be received was hard enough to
make him angry, and he diupp red
with a grt slap of his tal that d
he decs o the tug with water.
In about a minute those on honrd the
ea Mt a sharp shock as f the vieml bad
-n e o of
eatemo red IusnmYw rms
anae - 0-10 tosewset w t op r b ease,
omr d when et mbt the
w-tdt tt waeb ting we, e . n
jse uasoaw oa t. that th-gs
s or over whales with as litt
eoneanm as uttgter su"t dumades vmsu
everpeole. . .ht b antee ehtk bmme
alifOra gratmeka, luwsn kss sar
qabacks-aen noear.t always to e emsea
mparr ia . the owter JmL te hu
s thee aI 'aer KIt ne watle eaI
suares and mao. the boat.
leaifbra' nran may that the one the As
tire min m as have been u.al =-ly large
to have made his prnenre felt to the ea
tent that he did.
Captain Alert MeLaughlIn of the Ac
tive maki that it was at big uryback whale
that humped so hard oe the hottoss of hli
boat. The Califoraa b k i a spec.
lea of cow-head wha nat unlike the
right whale that I. hunted is the northern
These rayrack whales, however. rarely
exceed as feet lin ugh, and ase conea
qusently not likely to anye sauam danm
age to a vesel. According to the state.
meat of tle Active's men, however, the
whalse ho strnk was three*a aqrers the
leangth of the tug Itelf. and so high that
whes It omre aloeagele Its heebg ark wa r
than the deck of bs ig towht.
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113 tlumr.powºder +d. s17; ostra Tuuri Hy.
W~kr-ed keg. cti. .1;3.1.;B 1.3
(aýbtia.-PCV cwt, $4.
0 . a- pack.l. Y7a
dflii.w dkieJ; 1t'ºbsrnwm. l per b; peaches.
'A k% Mc~ltM a prfri" gar ~; erv porat ed ditt..
Ca(f.ralu truit.. 31.S&BS per came
a.1 Nmandmad cornat, 136.a
4-b akeadard pear. #S;Aeta, 6.5
US -l trtug amd .ain beam.. 31.75.
ldried henam--Navy, $6AM per mS 1; Lima.
0 Wheat. N.. per.
('4Mm Cf ekl*4I per /M 1, tslag
(ora, cracked pev 1M ti , $I.Tdlslo
Draft. per 1S 6. slimi; brain amd ehotsi per 113
lrM tsir K Flib ac beat. 3; Ogden,
out "mea. per 1MSS. stlo
]liat. Pa te; beef 6663e; hob.
quarierS3 a~ AS; antins Tatar.
tae-PittN Wagon dim tae; earned
Cam-3.r tpar. 183; mesge
wprood-Per e cd s ~a.
)~ rr~dmppU 31.r ·mob .15.
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