The Langston City Herald. (Langston City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 5, No. 1, Ed. 1, Saturday, April 27, 1895 Page: 2 of 4
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at ;limtion. Colli vt win mJitiifln't(rr7
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forli.Brir" to ina.trM'.ru Intsrti jii
Loured at Ihe rtutfli t T -im-Moa. 0. 1
icccic ciua mutter
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Ailortirrf niistta in for ttio lli-ra-l. not
tttr thu Momlir
Ad ttM idiri vtTfr"!t"C0 "'"
HM muwUr lout brenty n ttir -o-.il ot
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All mattci ocncernlto Arttfortlco-
mentv Oils Pntont atu. niuat o
sWar U) th tiuslneca Man'gr.
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Oklahoma and the nnvta is general
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oa credit you imut wake it up nnd
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heading i.ud tend your
Money accordingly or el-c
)oui u tuaLoow. iimi
HatAnx & Auto.
rue Po8i.waKft3 and PnonucroBe and
to ua only you trivial spud money . elc
R. Emm kit Stbwart Editor-
Tub editor of Ilia Planet seems to
ba morn than a match for Rev
There may yot bo aoma tronblo
OTar the will uf tba lata Fukpcricx
It ia against the nature of a white
inan toretpect araca tbat will nut
Biv. Browo of Richmond Va-
rna? yet learn low Lard it is tu kick
The democrats party opeaking
of bringing cut a Hoatueni mn for
the preeidenoy in ().
Hr Loom electod bur utt.t colored
ooawilman h tow weeki ago iu the
it; election. Jtutice tuny ytt laiRri
oprome in this country .
Tbb grand jury imUoted Ht .lobu
for murder n the firat degree al
tkoQKb be claims to have killed hi
fgrgars.i.1 j u.u n-
Republisana every where rauit
!trn tbat they rautt tota tor every
ood man placed upon the ticket re-
ftardteia ot cotar.
Mr. Cltvaland U agidu writing on
finance whioh ivbjoot ha bein talked
to death already. The thing the peo
pie want ia raore money aud leea talk
and writing about the matter.
Tat MnKcio Tiller case ia exciting
much intercut iu Clilcsfto wo hope
no wroDB will bo done the unfortu
nt vroman bat ahull watch the out
1 Both republican and domocratio
pirtiM ai ptflpateing for tho nation
al fight which will be on in 98 Tho
Kcsro is an Ancerioan cititen nnd
will play bv Jack in tbia great
Izz Kofroac lsiro to ts&d his
flMiMti8iae8igl:t nhes ne
aaary and fear none bet G-cc.
When ho puU thie into praetia. all
racw and nations will learu p repeot
Wnta Iuxarow geta n railroad
there wilt no longer bo a question as
to her becoming one of the Uediug
educational centers of Oklahoma
fin bta a bright out look for to
College already which when mlfrs-
xl will bring many atcdants bre
from all tho Statei of the Uoioo.
Snrouoded by excallaat (araia good
chojrcbw &ad no sdroU withia) W
borders we eift aotUnf nv US
b'.'Jisd ' uwy.n.
Moct h teing 83ul about tb Ni
i;ro rmHrralitig lo Afiica. Wo tmotntght follows tha day.
Iliin to hi; itboat the m i!ter thoso
nhrt ft'n hlilo to tnkii caro of thruv
4rlu titer tattling thi-ro feuoulil go
l they wish tMit time who only hnu
on iu((ii to piy ilt'ir v.iy tln-ro nnd
lion ilrtpcn I np.it ntlif in tu tiko oiro
if thi-m tflnr yuth n t'li-rf n nd-
vieo siirh i.ix n t t; !.
Aud now Miti4mri dunvicrucy hnti
i)Injiid Grover n tha ft.'o with j
Rbod froc onmij') sca.tliUidt) nnd
thu in the Kuni Oi! stall oohvpii-
ilcin Bio nititituli! Did not
Oroier oiic lav crnnr Jtono for a
Kontts City Uaildtnp? 1) j it hoo-
dnnud everybody tlmt ovor occupied
the utiilding. Rrpi'rsnTiv.
OarrriL: Mr. Olevoltnd say il
a freer and Itrger voluina of money
did appreciate crop produsle tbo
farmer woold bsvo tu pay more for
all ho buyu. What Ihe farmer buys
s tho product ot labor as well aa
what be sells; nnd is not anything
good whioh will enhance tho valuo of
productaol Ubor? Tbo dahta tho
laborer baa to pay can not raise nnd
soon it would tako only half the la
bor it now Ukos to pay thorn. Dear
dobta and oheip products are tbo
wiih of Cleveland and his money
bosses) but the common people waat
a chance to pay their debts and thoy
jou'twanttopay thorn in CO jenta u
dny tabor nnd 40 cant wheat.
Vkni Amd IIakcit: The Supremo
Court after a mouth of deliberation
haa rendorod ita deoision on the in
come tax law. It is not probable
that any ouo.of tho judgdat baa chang
ed hiu opinion of thu law einoa the
lUyofita opprora) hut it became
ueccas-ity for eewral of thoiu to de
liver inriivuhttl opionus uiion separ-
ate (euturen of the law. Thcee indgea
are all toolearneJ and wio to niTts
their names and amotion tu an ah
surdity. Their arxntnontfl bb prevent-
ed though antagonistic one with
another ro all apparently sound and
valid. Oue bolda that a oertaia pro
vision ia unconstitutional while
another bolda a contrary opioion.
Now hero ia what oonfounds the read-
er who haa nt bad hie mind ajpbii
tioited with legal loit: A learned
aud intelectaal judge especially vera
ed in constitutional law oannot take
nue of the provisions of that instru-
ment and tell what it means incon-
testtibly. The foot that the judges can
not agreo oa such points ia proof that
eonio of them at least aro wrong
aud if euoh is the cusp bow do we
know that they aro uot utl wrong.
In the oaae in qiuation eovoral of tho
judges claitnud tbt tbo court had
no jurisdiction because it did not
restrain tho collection but the pay
ing of tho Ux Aud thiu the august
body finds itself aligatU on ono sido
and on the otbor ot a great quoatiou.
Tbo peoplo bo! nnd woadar why our
lawa cannot ba mid 3 without b loi in
tbeui. i'ho inoomo tax will stand yot
a little lon'tr b it ai iti mouth has
been oponod to let coma of tbo moat
clamorous dwi po otht-rn will bo
claimiog tho good otSsers of tbo
tuma court to enable thorn to escape
A SOUTHERNER FOR '96.
The Waahinglou Post does not
think that section should count for
much in tho selectinu ot a Democratic
candid ite for thu next Presidential
nomination. It io of the opinion that
U;t ueld should be opon to Jail cura-
petatord und tbat tho faot that any
caiidnlaio hails from the South should
not operate agaiuat his obauosc. In
otbor words it beliovos that tho time
has coma whon section il diffi-rencoi
hould brt laid aside and tbu nidiHiue
and rqou sbonld be judged uccoidiof-!
to GtmiM and Qtuc&t alouo
With thin view Kapublicans aro no)
gofag fo serloavlr object -it is somo-
thing for wblo'a thoy fcae been striv-
ing to atttU taM ojy yirs Be-
aide ttty oiavioaly diitorbsd
botjt who IU Dttocrtia cv&4idte
if rolnf to ha for thsy kaow thai ba
will bo slrtUgh!br'U u im-ly aa the
JDot ItP subject bowovrr hun been
widely discusaa.) by newspapers' of
both political paiticn mid with a fire
dotn from nciimony among thoso ol
the lpublican faith whish on;bt to
convince Southern inou of tboninoority
mid friundliaesi ot that party. Tho
Hew York Tribune in ita isauo of the
titb discuiaing tho matter portinent-
ly and truly ray:
"So Iodr ai there was a solid South
Mernocraoy was to a large extent a see
ttonnl party and the nomination ot
one of tholnadera from tbat soction
for the presidency would have excited
Northern resentment. Now that
there bus been n brnak iu the Sjutb
there ih un opening for Prosidoutiul
ambitions in tbat quarter an 1 it can
bo materally widoued if the ground be
cletred for the reorganisation of part
lea on National linos and for revision
of a moat unfair partiaati aud iniquit
oub system of election lawa. Since H
conotruotioo times tho Southern whit-
ca have been voting year after year on
what they have biiofly dcscnbod as
"the niggor question" thero has beou
in avowed purposo on tlio part of
Dumooretic leaders to disfranchifte
Negro voters by trickery and fraud
These conditions will havo to be ohau
ged revolutiouiaed would be the bet
ter -vord before a Southern candi-
date for the Presidency can bo brought
iuto the tleld without bcctiounl preju-
dice Moreover thero should bo n fair coc
test between partitu in the Southern
States. By poll tix laws dishonest
registriation methods partisan mani-
pulation of election Uwh the employ
inent of bUck atool-pigeont; tiallot-
box otufliu rasoally perversion of
the Australian systum ot votiog and
many other devices the Republican
vote of the S.iuth il ;itbor surpressod
or ia cennted aa it haa uot been cet
all these aboiuinatmni roust bo abolish
ed and an bhnolntely fair election
r.yatfm lutroduood before the Sjuth-
eru Domocracy oiu appotl euccc'ss-
fnlly to the Northern voters for the
elootiou tit ono of its most dtatinquiah
ed leaders o( the Preaidonay. Whou
that (re it reform has been accomplish
ed and tho ivdrl stinf "ui'ijor qnea-
tiou" baa noised to baa conjuring
phrase iu the months of politiail
trioknlnrfl uud chenti. thuro will bu no
moro Bfotionrtlttui Then mery Amen
can will echo Sjontjr Hill's word:
"Lei there bo a free tield a f.ur oon-
test und may tbebittt inuu win."
THE CHURCH GRIME.
San Fjuhcisoj April 25. -The ex-
citement over the terrible tragoJiea ot
Emauusl Baptiut ohurah has growu un
oeaaingly Biuco thj nule luJy of
Ulanobo Ltmont tho tirst victim ot
the uVinl iu huinuii form was fouud
in the belfry Siuday. The tt-mptr of
the peoplo is tm oeooming su:h that
(hat at any m imnt a vigilonos com-
mittee inuv bo organ aid to lynoh the
Medical Student W. II. T. Durant
tha assistant aupariotondant and libra
rian of the Sunday school now under
arrest for tho terrible Crimea. Tbo
evidoi.09 against him io very strong
and thero are buudrods of poople who
believe that the law should giro wav
in such a caso nnd tbat swill justice
should be meted out to him. The
force haa beon strongly reinforoed iu
in view of the paasibility of mob ac-
tion nnd tho polico are kept at the
stations in auticipUon of a call Io up.
hold tho law.
Durant whoie a member of tbo Na.
ticnal Guard Signal corps was ar-
rested as ho was arrested as bo was
on his rotnrn from a signalling trip to
Mount Diablo. The offloors who took
him in obirjo desUre thit hi nx-
prestod groat surprise and asked
what waa tho ohargs. H a.iam 1 t j
be indignant whoa asouaod of the
murdorofMus Williams but made
uo resistance. He was in his full uni-
form a'id atill wore it whea plaood iu
jail. Tub oxjitatnaui is bd inteuao
that evjry frflih raanr is in Ua nnd
excuse for extra e litbns of the news
papsrt. Toso oiuttin oolnmni or
gossip but vory few taogiblo facto.
Sbtii Wouis Amu Hm
Middlwbh Ky April 17.
WiIIhui Heilriu'c' wmnd in ouio
.North wir jIioi Teunaiseo nd Keu-
tuoky f ji bigarmv was arroatol on a
cb.rr i n jlorlh-r yeiorliy.
Svtc lrjirin i ciici -ri i mi t"l"';
Hii m H-n 1 -vi t tr.rsl uh mi tha
country and wQonovar ho found a
womari with monoy willnig to huve
cim be would mnnry her. Than as
aao'jaaia ooId $. b; u:osay :
nuvAw:o;i4 win Uttti bar
A Urn Swakb Loott. in Cmatoo.
Cuicaoo April 17. Ooorgo W
Hnll'f ciriia train vv wreaked
Saturday niglit by u oalliataa with
trolght 3ra in ft suburb while being
transferred. Mrs Hall waa tovcroly
injured and navernl othera nlightly
hurl. Two of tho boa oor.Mriotorn ot
capod from a broken cye but one
was soon recapturod The oUior
evaded its pnrsuera and all Suoday
tnd yesterday policemen ciraut cm
ployea aud small boya asarobed for it-
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REVD THIS TOEND:
J'ooph mart know what n man ha
to ooll lwfor they will gi) to buy. If
it is whit &&y wott nuil the prioi
u:tC ti3 tba.T will buy it Rut thej
will TtC)tksowwut2-2orohaut hat to
nell or the prioo u&lete bo publishes
it to world. Lot a maa try to tail a
thing and not haad-bill tho sals. Tb
enme principle to notno extent hold
good in a. tnercbnntilo bupinoes Tho
stroot auctioneer drawa hm crowd by
atlvortiaing hiBgooilsjtho thrifty mor
nliftiit the same llu draws hiscusto
mcrn in that war. The Patont Mwli-
cine man by hm almanac sella hi
goods by lotting the public know
what it ib the price Ana what it will
do The great secret of ft innn'fl sue
ceaa in life ia what tho people know
of him. Henry Clay said it vns not
what roan knew or did but what
the peoplo thought he know or did.
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make this low offer on thu Herald
but it is the love we have for our raco
and oar anxiety to have thorn ntsida
in thia fair land whioh prompta us to
make this inducement in ordor tbat
our pooplu living at a distance may
re-id and know ot tha true coalitiona
of this country.
Tho 'Herald'" is tho oldest
most reliablo truthful and
largest circulated Negro Jour
nal in Ofclofc;:aa
Buy Sell or Rent Your Property
Through R. EMMETT STEWART.
X3sal state Sa 33exa.t .grsrLt-
Will rmt your hou-e collect your rente pay your taxea or sell your proper
ty in good fuitb and upon the merit of square dealiag.
ZUforanoe as to my mnnx ol
Doaling furninhed from tho best busiuosn men f Langeton Cit)
By watching thia paper you will what property is plaood upon themarkat
Address: H. Etaoiett Btewart. Editor Lantttiu City DaraU
Read Read The Her
aid And Be Wise.
I gut at my 6n olaia in Oklihorn
for tbo Lingston City Hirald.
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