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   Scandia Republic (Newspaper) - October 10, 1877, Scandia, Kansas                                EPUBLIC Devoted to the Interests ot the Homesteaders of Northwestern REPUBLIC OCTOBER TERMS 50 per Kstflblislicd A BTILD DAT IN I love to wander through tho Voodlanda In the soft light of an autumnal When Surnmej gathers up licr f 6DoB Of glory And like a dream of beauty glides How through each familiar path she Serenely smiling through the golden Tinting the wild grape with her dewy lingers Till tho cool emerald turns to amethyst I Warm lights aroontho sleepy uplands wan olouds alongthe horizon Till the slant sunbeams through their fringes raining Bathe all the hills in melancholy Helen THE BLACKSMITH My mother puts an apron on to keep my coaties And wubbors OIL fiiy little boots and then I go and lean Against the blacksmiths to watcli the coal fire The bellows tho hammers wiahthey all were mine The HoTIBs BeTStl their legs and stand I dont sec how they can But I would love to shoe their feet Just like the blacksmith tangtiddle tan I What a jolly noise ho the black smith man I When I grow up an old big with kora on my I will not have a grocery dry goods or tin I will not bo a or a a bit Or the other boya are meaning to be Or with the money bills piled high er hold the redhot iron and be a blacksmith mani tangtiddlo tan what a jolly noiste he the blacksmith Tho blacksmith man has got such arms his shop Is such a place lie gets as dirty as he and no one cleans fits face I Aad when the lightnings In the sky he makes his bellows And all his flres llaru quickly like light ning down must have the nicest time that any person can I wish I could grow up and be a black smith man tangtiddle tan I wish I could grow up and bo u blacksmith man I I mean to have a little with vines and porches And flxed up and clean for mo when I get tired of Id marry little Susy and have her for my Weve been so well acquainted with each other all our life 1 mean to bo as hearty and as happy as I Ban And rosy blacksmith man tangtlddle tail Here goes the hard working jolly blacksmith man Francisco Prince Charlie was a dead wouldnt take a Word o chin music an sometimes he shot down a passenger or just to increase the respect of tho I was kinder speculatin around in those an it was a poor mornin when I couldnt show up the half of I Was gittin ready to leave the country ango back to one o Fargos agents dropped in on me one and sez he why dont ye go to work an lay out that Prince Cttaflie1 SaysT Tril bltf yelifSyto one I kin fix his bizness for him inlessn a That kinder brought us to an the agent showed up color The stages were most deserted by travelers on account o this one road an the company felt that sumthin had got to be The agent offers mo a thousand dollars in and a pound nugget for a breast if I could give this chaps bones to the I wasnt t all ye When a feller goes out to hunt a grizzly he may tree a bar or a bar may tree In this if I didnt get tkedead sure thing on Prince Charlie at a seconds the top o my head would go flying over the rocks an the ole woman would be a I thought it over for about four an then says I Mister make it fifteen an Ill increase this fellers weight by a pound o or chaw red Sand till Spring He raised me the extra mighty an I beganjx get I way but when I riled for good I dont hot blood blisterin down my side riz my hair fur an I wanted to see Prihee Charlie wuss nor he cared to see He had begun firing shootin right inter the when I started fur As I went around the wheel he fired slapdab into my an never touched a The range was too short for good thars men livin today who will Mil ye that I let go reachexfbut my naked an the first thing that robber knew he was bein shaked by a He had let his empty re volvers fall an drew his bowie he gin me these ere trifles on the arms while Iwnssinkin myclaws inter When I got settled an ready I lifted him clean from his big as he jam med him agin the wheel to soften his an then flopped him down on the silo an choked the life out o him then an thar I an it took the hull seven men to tear me loose from cause I was riled an wanted pay for my Thatls what I did Prince an right down here is the nugget Mister Gray gin an heres the scars to back it Fargo wanted to hire mo todrive stage on that line at big lots o men named camps arter the newspapers gin me an whisky cost me a cent all The old man shoved his hat over these public opinion assumes a new and the lord and master can not do any thing so derogatory to his dignity as to fill the place that has been would load the harvests of lifetimesijlie filledbya subordinate andthe Occupation for In such a country as where un told of full of the riches that on his left ear a little more and added yet near the and capable iof being tilled and lived upon in com it is a reproach to the men of the nation they are not taken up and brought that while such opportunities all the avenues of work cities are crowded WilOleek afuTrosy and tics and purlieus of starvation are crowded with pallid Of course there has been already a great deal said concerning the employ ment of men in situations that could be filled by women but there is no reason why the charge should not be again and again resounded till reformation in the matter is Whenever a mans superior physical strength ena bles him to do what a woman can not or when his superior intellectual ability or scholarship gives him powers of which she is then he can occupy himself without any loss of man liness but wherever a woman can do the work as it befits a man to look about him and see if he be not as much out of place as he would feel him self were he dandling dusting or darning laco for a liveli We no crusade the AUDACIOUS PEINCE How a liocky Mountain Stago Bobber of Oldf asnioried Kind was QiLthese i bers contemptuously exclaimed the grizzlyheaded old as he felt around to to see if his revolver was still Folks try to make out that this Black Hills excitement is the equal of the rush to but its all Theres lots o a Jfewfootpada and stage but they ar all Ye ought to have lived on the Slope when tho old Nugget State was panning out the dust from ten thousand an when stage rob VIIM tv 1 4tntf i ti tiro a rtirl 11 in bing an throatcuttin was did up in first class day or Being invited to relate he spread braced hislmok against the hind wheel of a said just makes me sick to hear these recruits take on an see em grow pale over reports that some of the lias an the folks robbed of Ive seen the time1 when a single an not a big man at stoodin tire the halted a coach full o each one an made em hop down and haifll over dust enough to set any body up in the bank in business an plenty left over to start a circus on That was that an the victims couldnt help but feel like pattin the feller on the back for his Yevo heard o Hank I reckon theres just as good drivers as he and fifty bra vet but Hank got into the and folks thought him a a a a an a rattle snake all rolled into Mind I aint sayin a word agin but I was just thinkin of how I was a passen gor in his coach once when it cost me a Bullet the shoulder to do what ho could have done without even stop put g the Thar1 was a chap call ed Prince who used to imagine that Fargos coaches were put on the lino on purpose to bring ham He was a fine lookin standin about six feet half Texan an half Mexi an he had eyes like coals o That chap hung the bad spots in the Rocky Mountains for one hull sum an I guess he collected hard onto a hundred thousand He didnt have any partners in the but played a lone an allus rak od in He didnt stop ev ery Hed halt an rob one tolay or tonight in Apple Blossom and or four r h The rfrficerTTacF robTfed a stage about 20 days an it was then about time for him to make another as sessment on tho It was agreed that nothin should be said about our and that I was to be book ed an put through as a regular passen I was left to make my own and I kept shady till the stage was ready to pull out for the long Praps you imagine that 1 loaded myself down with an but I All I had was a good doublebarreled each barl loaded with no an lookin kinder down in the mouth an played ziff I hadnt madea Thar war seven other fellers in the an Hank Monk was the We went out o Marysville on the Monk havin a rifle an two revolvers on the an lookin as brave as old It wasnt my game to say any thin to any an so I mix in a great d6al with the They were stoutlookin all well an part o tho crowd said theyd gin a clean hundred to have Prince Charlie halt the They planned to peel him in about a second in case he showed an afore long I got blue from thinkin I was to left out in the cold when the fun iny one arternoon we was trQttin ajojlg as smart as ye please on a bit o level road in the when ajl to once the climax showed The eight of us were wide awake an ready for of a sudden somebody yelled Haltf and that same Prince Charlie jumped on the1 trail from behind a big Hank Monk la butinstead o giyin the robber some o his he got white mouth an lippped down from his box ah held one o the lead horses till the chap could come back to the stage and say when I hear these thirdclass hencoop thieves stop pin stages an makin folks fork I kinder leel feel that the boss days are gone York How Dobson Was Tempted by Satan to Kiss a The dull monotony of our Court pro ceedings was enlivened one day last week a correspondent from in the case oLthe Commonwealth against in which the defendant was accused of as sault upon a young lady named by kissing her against her The plaintiff complained that force of malice and jnstigated by the did then and there violently She told her story in a straight forward kind of to the effect that she WAS enjoying the evening while leaning over her fathers and that William Dobson came seized her by the and pulling her over the committed the assault for which she claimed re ress at the hands of the A sister the complainant testified that she did not see the of the and she being in an other part of the but she heard a something that sounded like a and kpeW that go ing Dobson claimed the privilege of be ing his own and he told part of the story omitted by Miss Hetler and her He is a jolly specimen of an His narrative of the oc ciirrence which he in almost invariably an and in every way worthy citi although we think he has mistaken hi 3 Public opinion will one day dispose him and all his brothers in places better fitted to their natures and We only intend to point out a few that wom en either have tried elsewhere or might try here to In so great has been the emigration that many paths are left open to women that they might never have found had there been men to com mand To be the drinking shops which are tended by the handsomest women in the three king lire something which wo do not care to see more fully imitated on this aide of the no matter how well cou clucted those women may But there are countless other situations where the English women have the start of and from whose circumstances we might gather some hints In many hotels they are bookkeep and general managers they form a good proportion of the tele if battle it be is so far But the great trouble in this matter after the unwillingness of women The great majority do not expect to work they expect to And they can work and marry too does not occur to them nor do they tEat worTcT is quite so honorable as Perhaps there is no life that is altogether so and so blessed in giving as the when ever it is properly lived but in com munitiesconstitutedas ours where the one sex is usually so greatly in ex cess of the it is out of the ques tion that all should marry and it would be better to provide ones at any against the just as the sons ot nrinces are taught a that they need not be beggars in case they came to the last of their But even the women who do not think about in so many tate to assume the that are They hale to be conspicuous to be to be strongminded to got along just as their grand mothers did they have fanciful notions the seclusion of and more fanciful ones still concerning the nature of and it Audmilicy you gents climb shell out an the first man down hero an who even I was What will the winks his eye will git a bullet over it That was Prince Charlies style tea just like you would walk into a store an ask for ten pounds o I dont believe Im a but when I heard him sing out an realized that the chap I had sworn to kill was right all filed up for my heart jumped inter my gullet an my knees wobbled all Only for a Says I to myself old brace up or Betsy Jane will put on mpurnin an I Prince Charlie stood at the arevolver in either an the passengers got down one arter another as meek as could Not a one o them spoke a loud word let alone piutin their pistols at the I war the last one cord to the plans Prince Charlie had the hull crowd to see an he didnt have but two As I got down I drawed the shotgun arter havin hold o the The seven men were in their guns in tho and the robber callm your em air fur Up t1 fu with the on Scotts or Betsy or fifty miles from the btherspbtS Folks thought he had just about time dig jdown into put his dust inter safe an then that was the I reckon yeve read about these and therefore ye dont re membfer this one but I tell ye he got to be a As nobody conld say when life o ye dont even speak to me As I lit on hard ground I yelled out like a panther to tfirow the feller off hia an then sprang around the Then tho real bizness I yelled out to the others to go for the an be tween watchin them an firin at me the Prince had his hands I guess he at me four or five times under the but I wur canterin up an an he didnt hit I was workin to git him confused an mixed you an I war In a minute or two he slammed the stage door shut to keep Jbhe irom their called lout to them not to an the blast ed coyotes stood tight thar an never moved a foot while the robber came for meJ I war lookin for him to comb around the load hut ho took the other way gin me a bullet iii the shoulder from over hind Lord but wasnt that lead hot big as I it knocked me flat though praps the fall saved my as the Prince was firin from both isevolversas steady as the a cof I rolled i riz on tother an as ye ar a sinner I had to laugh right out to see them seven men standin in a arms up and mouths wide open I felt the hed cry Halt to a brave bloqd and I kinder got men hated to travel in that It takes a heap to stir me up from volved runs as follows yer walking singing the arvest McCartney counsel for plain disposed to have sotoe fun while confusing the were sing ing What will the arvest be close ly imitating the intonation of the wifc Dobson very What will the arvest be What will arvest beP Dobson What will the arvest be go yer was going What willthe arvest be when I heard Mary sing What will the arvest was singing What will the arvest be By this time there were decided evi dences of merriment all over the Court room but Dobson remained as imper turbable as though officiating at a fu She was What will the arvest be biit not so as I and I called are that you and she said it went up to tho and she said she were hall has her father ad gone to to class What did she mean by that any fool knows what class Her father had gone to left er We chatted a have heard her You seized pulled her over the and That testimony is We talked awhile and she sort d1 leaned hover the as if she wanted me just then Satan got the best of and I kissed er right hon the I found out What will the arvest and I think she was a heasy Here the gravity of the coun selors and spectators gave and sel dom in a Court of Justice has there bean such a scene of uncontrollable Judge Harding fairly roared himself hoarse with and all business was suspended for sev eral minutes to those jln the court room recover their Dob son was acquitted of the charge of as but must pay half the costs of the suit as his share the graph operators and they do all the floor business of selling the checking the the English wisely refuse a lady the right of annoying every one behind her with her lofty hat and the and selling theE refreShffients after they Yet these a few of the ways in which women may find occupation as modest and suitable as in the haber dashery or behind the candy and with pay tolerably equivalent to the There is no reason why a wom an should not sell the tickets of a rail whose window they are exchanged should not altogether monopolize the business of the florist anf of the market neither ofwhich is at all too heavy for her actual strength should not till the desks of bank tax and other clerical places should not attend to all the lighter por Intosome oJ these things women have already effect ed an entrance that will make the way There are many women now at work upon the many are compositors in many are bookkeepers ana every woman who does her duty well in one of these makes it easier for the next woman to take and to get and to keep as much better ones as may be desired upward step being a holdfast for the Tho first woman who went into a printingoffice was an innovator she made it possible for one to go into a Andthus the book keeper will doubtless make it possible that the great business with foreign having ships go out and snips come shall bOa wonu an too as often as a Wo do not thinkthia a mattertrench ing at all upon the disputed topics ol womans since all men have held from the time that any attention at al began to be given to the status of wom en as an integral part of race anc not an accident of that she has t right to a right to got her owi living in any honest way she and the living of as many others as she will There is no selfishness of class or sex in this desire to increase the usefulness of The occupation of suol places as those we mention by women will not drive men into places when they will be unhappy or taxed beyonc keep along with their lillle little their little shoptending and look askance at the more energetic and daring who reach out toward employments a little broader and a little belter paid until the latter make it a whor the others some limes timidly esxay to Qne thing needed by women in order to overcome this backwardness toward entering upoi new is some tonic to thci some stimulant to thei pride and their ambition something that shall make it seem ullerly unworthj of them to sit be they rich o and live on the labor of another that shall make it seem as unquestiona bio to tho daughter to sit clown and b supported by the father as it is to the son and shall make all women see the propriety of every human provid ing its own place in the But while the majorily of women are being educated up to their it with oul saying that there are more women Iready waiting for places to work than icre are places waiting for Carpers Fouu children by the name of have received notice that has been left to them by an uncle in their strength but they will cease to be doing work where they not only aie no but are bar will become labor of men in such situations can no now be fitly termed They will add bv so much to all the opportunities of will increase the wealtl of the and simply allow to assist in its It rather idle to speak the affair as if women were to driv men out of position voluntarily and do can not occupy these places till men forsake them even the pressure of public opinion wil not at first be heeded by The on ly driving to be done will be when th wages shall be so reduced that they wil not answer the needs of men whei who are satisfied with muc and for whom much loss is deernec will gladly accept Aa women having once at last fille Is Drunkenness a Disease The American Association tho 3ure of Inebriates has just held a ses ion in At the outset they iscusscd the question whether drunk imess is a of the Louis Sani tftnrtoidan incident p prove that it vas a given up to the habit of o stop without the assistance of medi The feasewasthat of man whe tried so earnestly through ears to quit his own hat he beggared caused separa ion from his in his abject came to a pass where he ad but one desire and one At this the case was treat id as one of and in a short time he man was years have is stillftpm in his refor and an good of read a pa er in which he opposed the idea that ilcoholism is a To so term it was to destroy the whole responsibility of the Wilson advocat ed that it waa better to treat the opium labit by a gradual reduction of the dose He had tried but was not satisfied wjth In too many tho socalled or onsisted oi opium in another The immediate withdrawal of drug usual ly caused aud rest sometimes going so far as to endanger tho life of the The Doctor had that more of llioso who were treated gradually recovered permanently than of those subjected to the heroic jtreatmoiit contended for by Earle and who favor ed tho plan of cutting off the supply at once in the treatment of both opiuui eat ing and Schoolboys Planning a A strike of a rather novel nature will probably take place at the schoolhouse at in the town of on Saturday It appears that since school first started they have held six daily sessions a keeping school on The pupils have applied to the Trustees for Saturday as a holi sayiffg that as they always had Sat a they wduld like to have it for that purpose But each time the Trustees have answered that in olden years they had school on Satur and they thought that what had been done ought to be done and so on each Saturday the sohoolbieU hftS been rung the same as on the other thepupilg held a meeting and resolved go to school as the bell Tang they should march in a body to the residence of the Chair man of the Board of Trustees and ask him to release as well as the on Saturday from their ardnr ous If their request is not they propose not to go to school on What the result of this strike will be1 can not be It is to be hoped there will be no riot or Kingston PUNGtNT SOMEBODY Every failure is a top to will explain why he of tenor some men fail the richer hoy IF you cut your fingers on a piece of hootiron tho chances are even that you face grim Let your wife put rp tho Free TIIK mind of the tramp is filled with the season vhen the charity of tEe worldTaKes 1Kb orm of cold buckwheat THE statement that partridges may be shot this now going the rounds of the is calculated to rrnslcad men who can not hit tho side of a A LINE in the title head of the Bridge port Standard Liberty and Union now and one and insep per which is very AN exchange says that a foot is onesixth of her If this be we have some mighty tall wom en in this judging by some of the tracks in the Bor WHY is it that a paragraph in any way connected with a game of poker will be recognized and appreciated at while a joke with a good moral point travels as economically as a plumber at work by the day ITS a tremendous wear oh a mans moral faculties to admit that a squalling mammas darling is the prettiestbaby that ever bujt it is often required to preserve neighborly relations AN agricultural correspondent writes to correct what he thought to be an er roneous statement that recently appear ed in this column relative to cows giv ing We adhere to our orig inal We never saw a cow give any thing else but her A BAISY is not a very large only a says the And yet this inconsequential package of tender humanity with souroqly an aB parent drown the heavy breath ings of a mighty outbellow the raging banish sleep from two decks of a and chain the at tention of a thousand sleepy passengers for seven consecutive TIIKUK was a scene unparalleled in American history in the office of the Mansion House at when Landlord llolden received about a bush el of Bibles from the National Society for distribution in his There hap pened to be six drummers sitting in a and when ho handed each a copy they all began with one The silence which followed was finally broken by a Boston who reflective ly remarked There are good things in this Wonder why I never read it Rf WE heard one of our bachelor friends singing the othofdayV Guess is all right v My So and goodness Caiit she love a feller Her even are And pink her goodness Cant she hug a feller Her cheeks are rsd Her hair is goodness I Cant aho kiss a feller Paul Ventilation and Ventilation is the necessary change of air in a closed at which the ve locity of the air is still taken for a com plete and its motion takes place all around our It must not be more than a little above nineteen inches per Draught is a onesided cooling of or some part Of frequently caused by a corresponding motion of but also in other as by in creased onesided Tfaradan ger in the first the local perturbation in our wjuoh has partly local but also and chiefly disorders the acting on caliber of our bloodves our vasomoter which have to regulate tho outflow of our When we are in the and the air is jn more motion than the air of a we speak of but seldom of because the whole aircurrent flows equally all around just as in a well ventilated only with greater The vasomotor regulating the circulation in our are beyond our and we can bid themto defend us simply at the place attacked by the They Know only how to serve ourheat economy when the out flow of heat from our bodies or nearly onallisides They mis take the local irritation for spread ovei the whole and act at once on this If one perspires and to the window bared iieok or one feels a shiver notionly tljiere but all over the and the becomes blood at thfe itlffle bloodvessels of glojvix placed tiythe contraction but the inlsjindersl is from the exposed surface tion w1 rtTWwsiiffi   

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