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   Scandia Republic (Newspaper) - August 1, 1877, Scandia, Kansas                                NDIA REPUBLIC i Devoted to the interests of the Homesteaders of Northwestern per REPUBLIC AUGUST BELLVIUE Im afther And hero ho awhile To fringe tnfeTirerest mlta With sptpothinwqf a AmiiHethatffoiindTts imago a fpxje af beauteous AWJoaeHcfimreyos wove peeping From a broidery of And Tl M BH llpi were nervously 1 theioyes That gently rose ai Qmdtlie o That on her checks had Me purty and tlion ho heard Tue tihiohbjlnsfiof ftAd how love 11 nu enteredin jfciid claimed1 CWttrtiont Uo tafeiu mei With juat the faintest JKftiCise enoiirgBto I ulot wWatB the raysbn why To and ojien again the tongue to To Mulligan Has any to sell rankers I01 H Too soon tho sun has dropped utlpwn the TqajjjQqihfhO tho sky tlio summer lay Sink wearily upon tho hills to die and wheat Up to thy face I daro not lift my But boW it low beside thy gracious feet For lo tlion seest I have nothing brought Save these poor field flowers dying oi the ru my sorrowful I i And hide ray empty palms thy garments c eooC darR wood its odorous rest softvoiced brook laughed slyly twixt its Where violets and daisies tliick weje f n m stilred the heavy And a soft thrill of notes dropped from the I smiled and fie blessed them by His My Father the lost ones lonely iwy sfl tieedluo The resort aUupcd fromnff 3110 HK a d skicrtthe Juilrau And as in the ages i And heard the sparrows sweet and tender but no one was in so I turned leaving the poor in his miser until some aid should As I went he called after Do you know where to find the Grange1 Ji I said yesy1 quite wflfkedaway as last as I I done all I could when I gave the bard she was a stran be and also should receive a severe lookJErqin my Before lorfg chaise palled coming The second leaning on the cush 1 the hero of the He saw for a smile lighted up his dark What an adventure to tell the and in what a graphic way I told it said the heir of the Grange has entered into we dont cfnvy do we Envy him I cant As I stood in the dear old hall a queer kind of feeling came over My idea of comfort doesnt correspond with the a swate with jist room for me and my old man and the this time a little crimson flag be gan to hang itself out in Priss as reproachfully at 1 am sure we are very happy as we I am but I miss the said looking Arid I tHc supplemented at us bothand quoted that bit of Scriptuio about the llcamel and ft was utfeles Ralph and after his foot got better 1 often saw him at a I managed to avoid a for I hate to be and what 1 did I should done if it been his coachman instead of I Jiavc said Priscilla was a book She had always had a taste for and her position was t responsible one iha pin Kimiu The proprietor gave her llie hurry apd get was Lou who and all at once my pleasure It was Lou that should have been and not 1 itated ior a and he noticed it and I tried to get four but could only secure these and knowing ybur fondness for music I thought I ijld give you this Pris took my arm in her decided Now or you will be 1 have heard people say that they en joy 1 or at least I didnt enjoy that I reveled in it I grew intoxicated with the heaven ly sounds would say I was talking and sol And after the all past now but 1 never in all my emotional life felt so strangely and so little inclined to make funas when Ralph told in unmis takably fervent it was me ho and as 1 had A flood of rapture a great deal strong er than the music rapture swept over but left me strong enoygh to re pulse the arm which had drawn mouiose one blissful And then I told him of our and that under no consideration would I be the first to THE HORROftS OF A Vivid Pen Iicture ot the Recent Astound ing Calamity In South Flour ishing Const Made Desolate in a Few From tho Boston May few days be fore the events 1 am about to narrate took the volcanic mountains of San Pedro and San Pablo were observed to be sending forth high in their lofty and At night the reflected light illuminated the at times giving a reddish to the passing and over hanging and would gradually Now and then a glimmer whitish light would brightly be rejected from some bursting forth of the flames at the craters mouth and with these frequent changes the night would pass Daylight gave the appearance of a dense smoky cloud hanging high above and around the At the foot hills of these mountain ranges were situ ated the cities of San and all of which were the Uth day oj was remarkable for hea and cloudy In the evening at without any announcement by the usual rum underground sound preced ing an the earth be gan to slightly at increased For the space of three minutes the motion of the earths surface was uecking and up The shock was distinctly felt from along the coast of badly and the losses sustained by the people are in The Carmen mine fell out of plumb and buried thirtyfive miners and an overseer in its trading steamers of the coast took deck loads of suffering women and chil dren to Coquimbo and where they were caied for by a charitable and the Chili Govern immediately upon receipt of in formation of the state of affairs along the sent menofwar steamers loaded with provisions and water for the relief of the The following is related by a Captain of a vessel on the coast At the time of the shock his wife was playing the sweet and his two daughters were singing the They ran up the companionway on and a few moments later the tidal wave left the vessel broadside to the incoming The heavy roller struck and broke the vessel into and all were left at the mercy of the The an expert en deavored to assist his but was the Chinese servant seiz PUNGENT EAKLY to ryes and late to bed HENS have begun to take their sum mer How to take easy careless with AFTER a boy is tired out hoeing pota toes npthing to more than to dig over a few square rods of greensward search fef break How he laughed I can hear the ringing tones now but he didnt caressme andwesoonreached saucy fellow lifting my chin up and looking into my Never little but things can be If you love me you shall have Have When I went I stood a moment tion of its central portion of action and force being in Tp6n the commencement of the tremor the staij Bolivia to in the southern por Gooo manners always assert them The man who is particular to the egg off his knife before sticking it in the can not deny his good ONE of the firemenut a recent fire the Western part of the he found the hose not long enough to reach from the hydrant to the burning build called in his excitement for the men to bring up THIS is the period when the short sighted old maid who will play grasps her mallet with both puckers up her gossip funnel with a heroic determination to do or lights free j out for the red ball and catches herpart i prevented by him by the To and in the excitement of his ners silk stocking just on the turn of he was to strangle the Chinaj the ankle He found that his whole family j YOUNG while playing croquet had disappeared from i the presence of their had bet in In a low chair sat and on her knees before with her head in Lous was Priscilla whats the mat ter11 Pris lifted up her and such a face for our calm A tear in one eye and a smile in the other would about describe Lou While you were Mi Yesterday a boy 11 years sou of Robert who lives at 105 Center took his fathers dinner to where he at the new on Second On the way back ter act the languid or and tap the balls in an exhausted sort of a way thalf shortly to interview an under Many a girl has scared a first class lover by hitting the balls a whack with the mallet that almost split them in No man likes to face the pos sibility that even as they had done unto the lad concluded take a bath in the them so would they do its lost V The sweet delay for fond desires Were my at what a fearful oatj Neirs lilClOI 1 IIV5 iiJLVC I1UI LIlUj 7 position as soon as she applied on hearAshton called and asked our Pris to be iug of tho We had always his I left the room for something thought it very places like etook the Louisa and myself pledged r Uacbs to live we all our that wed sink or swim together that wed Work other until ourifor tunes were made just We clasped hands on We were and had alvyays lived with uncle arid were brought up great when r afnj marjjy yeafe J eyerj tiling wasjljsfti neph wtibm we had often heard J but ipjsl shoct his gray ijiead he had heard our uncle speak of making anew he had pnKit too late So we found ourselves posses3ed mly of the little mother had didb waa tty rdnt a seelned very beer w and small after the Grange land then we settled quietly as wq ex a nurse and Lou th6 and and L T The Haughtlys and the other girls after our descent of them call but we soon showed them we cOuldi ggt along very well without i 2 name is Prisoijnti but with my inherent disregard the nicknamed her Lou is our not bmuty of F16ss was given me in my childhood Iteup my hair was It is an awful isrnV one mm stqy smoolihj nor in distracting rings round my No and I often feel ing when I comb in very anguisl i it IjasjjeitbfljiuaKfi other but just stands up fluffy and Pris says suite feel Two years went and nothing oa We were that generally hardjta We were all free in the and then such fun chatting and laughing The mirth was at its height one when there came a knock at cpuldit be I the and there stood Pfis1e Good May I come in I was passing and heard such joy Dwight lived could not resist the tempta tion to drop in for a Lou and I looked blankly at one an other but with her usual answered for and our visitor was sipjn Established in easy con versing as if hed known us all our Our visitor It was one of our rules that we were never to invite but this one had invited It wasnt the last and after a brought the most exquisite bouquets which stieplaced When we questionedher she said she found them on her But stranger things When I came home one Lou handed me a and in it were these Mias IMoiiBNCteDwiGirr Pardon mo for writing to but I have vainly triedto meet you for some I wish to thftnlc you for your kindness taking that Bong walk for an entire it was only very lately I discovered we were relatedn that you were one oJ the three VOUHK Jamas who lived with my unole That was the way he and went on to tell me that he had hever known of our existence until flsiii ajfcpyjlvuj parents he to and had not qom muniQafed with since that time He further asked if he call anc thank me in person and form the ac quaintance of iny and finally signed j Your oousW BjLLEn Such a sensation as that letter cre Lou looked rather grim as she Floss Pris and he saying he woulcbiotgive up And I came down stairs and found her this we are came to this conclusion some time etV dissolve our pledge it was a fool sh of we didnt fore see What say Floss For answer I to Lous with one arm around her and the other vround Pris who had again hidden her ace I breathlessly told my Lou was the only composed one of us I was to and iiow long we stayed encircled in others we never It was the last time we were just left pretty much I grew to love rayilittlecfiarge very hut was toiled in aH ei But things considgredj we did very nice One cold morning all A Singular Will guit in Some of the Scotch papers are giving details of A very extraordinary will case which will shortly be submitted for Thestory is this The daughter of a country in a little village in awoke one morning to find herself a great The traditional had come from India with a had leaving a beautiful estate and fully f money Indian property to his Miss Maopherson At thattime she was handsome and about 2i years of She took possession at her property and lived in great keeping andofriv ing tandem herself all over the and mother she tookunder and was devoted to them to days of their She estab tke jing a young lady led populace of many of the different seacoasr cities hurried forth from their dwellings and found themselves scarcely able to maintain their footholdin the public streets some there Were who fell upon their hands and The dark ness of the the grinding of the walls of the buildings one against the the crackling sound of the tumbling down of walls and clouds of dust Hying the crash of household as they the ringing of the church and the othet bfflls1 with the sway of the together with the cries of despair and shrieks of women and children mingled with the loud prayers of were but a por tion of the horrors of the passing mo With diminished force for hours after shake after shake to add to the misfortunes of many of the flames broke forth from the ruin ed Bravely tho mon eontended with the new which was fast gaining the upper The blazing Barnes as they shot upward were seen miles away at sea on The light of the conflagration upon the shape less ruins of buildings in the back and the reflection of the flames upon the passing the pale faces of the women as they hastily passed to and hunting some dear one or anxious for the welfare of rela tiyes anil gave perhaps faint picture of the last Amid such sad and gloomy scenes cry broke forth and was repeated from every The tidal Men gave up perfect with the women and intent on selfpresetya they with the steep hillsides for It tjiat tho boy could swim but had never been in the and into the water walkeda few feet to a ledge where there is a perpendicular Stepping from the ledge he found him self floundering in 15 feet of becoming lost presence of mind and was unable to put his knowl edge of swimming into Young Rood was accompanied by a who ran frantically up the bank and gave an i soap and a alarm at the top of his The noys was shoutsattracted tho attention of a num ber of but they could reach the scene the unfortunate lad had sunk for the last A number of expert divers set to work to bring up the but they were unable to find At last a curious superstition was em and said to have been One of the boys shirts was thrown the where he had gone it is floated the surface for a and finallySet tled to the at a certain place proved to be the restingplace of the and which was then drawn The belief that shirt of a drowned person when thrown into the water will follow the is well absurd as it Another strange incident is related wjth the A lady had been com missioned to break Ihe to the fortunate and when she arrived at the she asked for him in anin er to the knowledge by Ihe A stopped at a summer resort and asked for something to oat and some work to They fed him i11i and set him at work at about the cook told hinrto go out and kill and clean some He was a longtime at it and when tho dook at last went to see what he was he found him with about a dozen chick stripped of their and soonring srway at them for What vpu d6 iVoin Trying to clean1 these Chick Howdoyoti get these darnedhjack spots out The ohieken for breakfast uextmp nave hurrying do in mybirottiinstancesP So I si my most o any assistance to sir yqu but be ieve i iiw ent to the last as I ier gth Another visitor to whom I went said Of as he is has asked to it would be rude to say He I coulcrnbl have a nicer he was my ideal hero from the very To be he must have been a good deal over aM W to Such a brilliant talker he He didnt oome once only there Vits hardly a week passed he did not either to bring a book or some land sometimes without any excuse at My eyes began to and see how foolish it was for three oldest only to decide to live By1 themselves all their in ItShedthem in an independent and ele gant homo near out had them a great deal with herself at the Aberlour Some fifteen years ago Qanajato pay her a She a stranger to and was brought Ivy some It ended in this Miss father with their entire con and living with Miss for better or for worse j until death shoud them part in they formed such a friendship that they agreed and entered into an engagement that neither should anjj pass their Jives Miss Grant then there refused a very good offer of mar andvrejected allother The conditions were1 that Miss Grant was toleave her estates and every thing to if Miss Temple on i her aevi6T her never A made by Miss under whichher property was to pass the Twoyears Temple Last Christmas Mis3 Grant diedv The will was She nev the never made another and the estate an obscure country doctor in Aberdeen put of her Baking and from In SPy the graceful figufelasply leaning periencedonthia coast and to been looking down up the an I Knew and I of our get along very well My romancing was checke by the lazy figure becoming suddenly as CotMn Wm so apd mariiy in get air the pulp AdtlBUgar and finish as I rriai to sing tonight rT is goin like tp toid danced around Q BowetWng upon placed it esparlpgU up shimj wnb knev he was related to Mies saw four ppor Mothers were separated from their chil husband froth wife every was confusion and confounded 5 the sick arose from places in which they had been left irifancied and rushed on the many of them perishing in the The sea the and falling back for at least onethird of a as if to gain strength and velocity for its rising sixty feet in height it roll and tumbling over with a deafeiyng bearing before it in its course some of sank in its embrace and were never seen again others cliing to their an chorage and for a time were buried in were lifted and in safety swaying from side to settled at last in smooth water many were dragged un4 hurried to the where they were dismantled or broken in The tidal in force and power onward Tolling seemed striving for the final and run fearful course it sooh entered the three doomed putting out the of the burning buildings and raising a dense volume of smqktf and In receding the wave took with all that thei of Daylight was discovered jVKrpcfc of hours a desolate t thriving peome Vere homeless and scton to stiffen theparifirs of ruin and d 1 J mother appeared to divine her errand at and hes drowned I saw his body in the bottom of a The family washing had been done during the Coroner Thomas held and a verdict in accordance with the facts above related concerning the drowning was Pittsburgh The First K Nearly patents have been granted in the Uailied for and attachmntSi r So says ICnights first American patent for a reaping machine was granted in but 70tdescribes bno invented by the first df which we Have any THe The mode of harvest varies consklerablyi In do mains of the provinces hollow armed with teeth and supported on two driven through the standing the beasts being yoked behind it the result being that the ears are toTn offiand fall within the 4 The machine was in common use on the plains of Gaul in the fourth nihts hasa woodcut A Practical View of stove manu at enouuced the would make he At a late meeting of tl facturers of the count the President expensive advertising that had been much indulged in by the the tawdry lithographs and other sational and instead the more exclusive use of the best I best possible use of our money weshould patronize ably conducted and The newspaper is immeasurably the best open to our trade the most lio erar andexpert advertisers testify as to its and in the etnployment of its columns we would find a means of es cape undignified and in effective to which so many re sort in their eagerness to secure atten tion T hasa woodcut representing as the Gallic He remarks that after the lapse of fourteen centuries it has been and is now used as a fyeftder for gathering cloverseeL It is sug gestive fact that not until 1786 was an Sther when an Englishman maBe one whKSlrwas evidently suggested by the old Gallic Fourth of T What do we have Fourth 6ffruly for asked a Broadway boy Fourth of July Fvedfjlfilm shamed of WehavQ fpurth of July to I declare I t you know why w Whowas it dis e ver Christopher and boy f Riglftf and when did he discover in for a this duestion of silcbeSsiori Vill aternble fight in bhe law the Temples and the Miss m appearance apd f heir s de repli the Fourth of Ji WK of ve eaph day lesser to be the most disastrous pppsi wave eve ex A FEW 4ays ago a frantic called on the Superintendent of Police in New York to rebover her pet a lovely that had toeen stolen from her offered a regard its went among the happy and eatjinep tfiere con ambng the at arid with toany to ilrfok out fou her fr ed i of TTOrTtnttdKfye about thVstjreets 1p af oab weeping went into1 joyoWfiysterioa wtjseftabout dark 4ihe dogwfasrdcovepedj arid i i by subttonaneUp t un witp the vol Cities irthem never toherebujlriiti aU the aufferedin more or less ape worsts memory about his f j said the wise fa nation cele F I should feel asked me s pany   

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