The Langston City Herald. (Langston City, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 6, No. 12, Ed. 1, Saturday, July 11, 1896 Page: 1 of 4
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epllcattott. OollectKMM BMdethlrt of every
sonta. rurclctt advertlwaieflta mutt be paid
for 1b advance to Ihture their Inaertlon.
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Battred at the pottoAce at Larttrtton. U. T.
a aoootid claM natter V
Ittto to Un u4 Comspoodents.
Allordcrtmustbe in for the Itera.d not
Met than Houdar.
Allthote tendlM n correspondence will
aloaae remember that brevity U tlie soul of
It and only artloloa short nndtothe point
will be noted.
All rnatwr eohoernlnsj AdVeftlse-
mantv Cuta. Patants ate. rrtuat ba
id to tha Suatnaaa Man'cr.
JuDcie Strang discussed tho tariff nCa cf Ladv Hcnrv Somerset ores!-
in general boforo tho Republican ient 0f the BriUish Women's Temper
club on Monday nigh; . ance Association ottt of ref psct for
Miss Francis E. Willard of this coun-
it At. MeKiuloy seems to be tho
Idol of tho age and -Vill at once rod
I try who fur some roaaon it is infer
ior proipority when ho Ins Bettled
down in the While Home with ft to-
publican couvrdss at his back
TiiElpropn. and Denis will fliso
thisfall to bent tho Republicans
red has nothing in common with the
Anti- lynching movement. Through
the sumo Instrumentality it is aid that
She Miss liiljarnlo is relieved from
the superihleudenoy of Police matrons
with a Volo to censure added as an in
stilt to the injury. It la understood
Tcxab and Fla. not Btltisfiod with that she has broneht Iheso inflictions
tltoir past hollislTreeord havo again upon herself by dtriug to espouse the
the cause of ths Negro as against Miss
Frances E. Willard After nil tho
Bent out their mid night assassins to
take tho lives of tho accused without
tho snetion of law. Such red hand
ed murder will sooner or later bo
avouged. "Thoro is n limit at which
orboarauco coasoi to bo a virtue."
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We are authorized to announce .
7. Bradley of Guthrie Township aaa
Candidate for County Treasurer of
fjogan tt!o. Subject to the action ot the
It publican Ccucty Convention.
We are antbotised to announce
Batty Painter as a candidate for Reg-
ister of Deeds of Logan On. Subject
Jo the nction of lie Republican County
To tbe ItepnhllcflM) of Lognn Co:
tnke IblB medium of annonncing
that I nra a Candiato for county tress-
irer abiding the aetion ot the Itepab
Jean county convention.
In this IrrIio appears tho nnliouiico-
ment of ff. R. Staplotou. Mr. Slapl?-
ton came hero front Col. whotl Okla-
homa first opeupd mid has since
boon a tiroloss promoter of tho bet-
terment of Oklahoma. Ho has boon
a life long Republican and Was two
years ago eloctod one of tho coinmiai
ions of Logan Couuty ou tho republi
can ticket he is now Chairman of
tho board of cctiuty commissioners
and sinco his election to that oftieo
tho oxponco of tho county has bejii
reduced at least ouo half. Ah a plib
lie officer his honosty ntid noility to
do business for tho whole pooplo Is
beyond question. Staplcton is a
biavc. coal headed nffablo guutleman
and has all of tho ((uahtios that aro
rotiuired to mako a good sheriff aud
ho htm mauy fiic.:(h all over tho
county who will tttny uith him in his
fight for tho office.
Americans a1. On S.c in I Btptist tenth nro Catltolic but tho Catholics
church on I he subject "onrh tbe No- nro try lug to mako all the others Oath
groesof America to Euib iteto Afr:ea olisa. 1 challenge any man to deny
ot Stay Here" John L.-J Wallir told thtt in 18511 when the war broke out
la France sent 20000 Caiholiu soldiers
there and when (hoy wont into battle
they cfessed themselves and priests
Is this isMio will ba found tho
announcement of J. C. Strang. Judgo
Strang was raiKid in N. Y. and mov-
ed to Pa in early lifo ami road law
aud nftor graduating from law was
soon after inudo district atfy) and
served .'I yoars. Ho capm to Knusas
in 1877 aud was not tlioro vory loiiff
boforo ho wns elected county rtlty.
aud Eorvcd ttso teats. In tho fall of
fine high flown pretensions of Eng-
land and her titled class soeaaH found-
ed on mythology you havo but to
scratch ber back and tho Negro hater
is there. Those who think they crn
go to England and forget Jhe linos
of their skin arc sadly mistaken. Tbie
quarters of a conturv ago Dvron the
lion of England from a litarary stand
point and Thsckery who showed up
the vanities of tbe English people and
imfflorlireJ Beckey Sharp and many
other writers of that far away day
speak of the Negro iu a dierespectable
way. To tlirso who aro futniliur with
iJou Juno will Gnd a passage which
forever tots at tbe rest tbe attitude of
England toward tho Btack-s-Moors
in any stage of her history.
Iu referring to these authors setting
at rest any pros and cons regarding
the situation it must be borne in mind
that these authors reflect
the sentiment of the people
The payages wefo not iutended to be
innovations or stnitling; simply the
conditions of that present time recor-
ded. Wilberforco is to be roverf d but
no mure so tbuu 4LovtJoy Garrison
Pbillips But one swallow
not nmke a f tumor r. Tbe xebauges
that coiao to The Ihkbman from sev-
eral citii'S of England iuclU-linsJ Min
eliPfctor nod L'tulofl In Commenting
ami especially iu their news letters
tho "niggera" as ibey aro inVarinblo
called when net specilhd us nntivce
of tbe Matitbalo upt'isiu aro cpokou
his troubloi with the Frasck is Mad
WhOn be told about LoW the French
tpat Upon him end tried to kill blm
with nbnsf nil because ho wee an
American Negro and Protestant) tho
andienco groaned iu sympitby. Wbeu
ho denounced tho preseal administ'a
tion for having allotted an American
citieen to be trampled oli by a foreige
nation tbe audience biesed. Ihe nan)
es of Attorney Genera! Olney and Mr
Eustis the Ambassador to France
wore hissed again ahd again mil
when Mr. Waller said that Jninon Gt
Blaine tho Negroes' friend wfuKI
have sont tbe whole American nav to
rescue him the audienco applauded
Mr. Waller has a hollow oougb which
which ne oontracted-in French pris-
ons and that cough will be a strong
political argument in tlu
coming campaign for Mr. Waller will
take it on the stump with him.
Mr. Waller told first -why bd was
sent to Madagascar as tbe Amcr'd iu
consul and how when he got thete
tbe French crowded around and do
macdedlo know what his instructions
were from the American government.
He to.il them politely that it wua none
of their business.
"I've got those instructions herd in
Kansas City" said Mr. Waller "ul(1
I thank God I wuh able to presorVe
them for they are my vindication. It
was because I followed those instruc-
tions that I wns cast into piluun aud
The atidionCe became intensely ct
fcllowod afren to bless tho doad' And
in Trttnatnvo Where I wns and other
cilu-s theso Catholic soldiers made
barracks ot tho ProlbBtant churches
and .ichools. TbuCntholio churches
and schoolti ruu ou ovory day uumo-
Mr. Waller raised his forcllugir to
amphriH'rie every word and daid dellb
"I cull God to witnehs that I eut
to ptison btcnuso 1 refused tonnv Ibnt
this Catholic Hggrotisiou was all tight "
THE SITUATION REVIEWED
I hereby annonuco my r.audidMoy
fur renomlnatio'i to the office of couu
jy f uperintcu lent of Logan county
Mibjvct to the judgment of the repnb
licaii county convention Sara L
I hereby formally abCodncn lo the
republicans ot Logan county roj can
didaoy for sheriff on the republican
ticket obedient to the will of the coun-
ty convention. FnASK RwicUKf .
I a'm a candidate for tbe nomination
on the republican ticket for Register
of Deeds of Logan County subject to
the action of the Republican County
Convention.---F. 'ft. Kincaitl.
We aro authorized to announce
P. P. Scott of Mulbsll Twpi an a oan-
flidate for commissioner of 2nd. dis-
trict of Logan County subject to the
action of the Republican County Con-
tention. I am a candidate for the Office of
Sheriff of Logan ct only subj'ct to
the will of the Ripublioan Goau'y
Convention.-W. R. StArtictoK.
18M0 was oloeted State Senator. Mur.
l881hewasappoiuteddistrictdudg(l of injuet the m.muer of the Indians
was twice elected eorving nino yoars.
Sorvod 8 years oil tho burpreme
bench of IvinsiSi llo came to
Guthrio iu 03 and Iibh since Ijoou ws
tively engaged iu tho pructico of
lnw. Strang ban been a lifo long
republican aud bn ftoiu time to
time hold high iwsilions of trust aud
haa in otery iustanco proven him'
solf worthy of auy r'filo ' tho
gift of tho people. Mr Strung is a
candidate for Ce Atty aud if elect'
ed will beyond a doubt tako care of
tho Intorest of the people of Loganf
He is known all ovr tho country and
has hosts of friouds who will rally to
El Iron Texas Fausi And Ra.soh
A mo&t.distretciDg and disastrous
drought of six weeks duratiou wns to
some rxtent but not completely brok-
en this crcnitig Ly riltit in souiosic-
t:ons a perfect seusou aud iu othi'is
I gbt uud pitrtialshawers.
Tho com crop iu tho black bind
1) It which threo weeks since pruniis-
el iUjIi lataoneo yields has been
reduced fully flO per cunt and nil tbu
rain that could pomibiy full on these
broad prairies woulJ not incmasothe
possibility of a greater amount ol this
Go tbo sandy liUd adjacent to tbe
prairiuf tbo corn crop is a most com-
plete failure not one stalk in tmny
Cited When Mr. Waller said tn a plaint lin oven theaetnblanco of an oa-
itetone! "These glasses I wear are Hn" lon mmKI '8UurD- lo "
in my way. I don t Iko tbemuut I
must wear tbem a little longer because
I am almost blind yet. I never had
to wear glasses till I wis put in that
three weeks ago and still prices ad-
vance; yot fow will be tumptod to soil
sell till tbey can seo further ih ro-
gftrd to cotton ftill crops lo liny gar
It may bo best that the cotton Crops
of Texas in fact all oilier states aro
cut short for when tho s'ltno or moro
momy is obtained for a small cotton
crop than could be gotten from a large
one tbo profit is thereby iuUreasbd bo
sides giving more time for improving
furins find fsrmern mentally.
It is interesting to uoto the contrast
existing between farmers and farmers'
sons and daughter ot to-day aud ton
and fifteen years ago. With a' fow
exceptions only they then know bn's
little of plant and animal life and Its
(f politioal economy ami uovor did
thoy dream that an educated farmer
bad aa advantage over an iguoratit
one. To-day tbey nro true philosoph
ere and chemists thinking and ciperi
mooting for thomsfiiVos counteracting
in n measure tho caluiultuus .visitu
tions of Storms dronths and flood:-)
nnd all aVcr of tho missionaries who
prenchrd the ilrat sermons of reform
itud progress nro tbe great journals of
agriculture going to and fro up and
down tho eattbl Long may (hoy live.
H. l WEBB.
GRAPES FOR PRO-FIT.
OKLAHOMA FARMERS SnOULI)
STUDY CONDITIONS AND
Our cliulito conditions aro such that j
grhpos bore la Okhhotna cnuUin a
much Inrgor porcontsgo ot elisor limn
in any of tbo stalen of tho norlh f- rt
or (lotilli of tn whilo our toll oontninx
thoeseontinl ItiyrodicnlS to prainoli)
strong vigorous n'.d prodttotlvo vui
If eVery farmer of Oklahoma would
set otit on his litud ten acres ofgrsper
the faMning class would noon coin
paratlVoly speaking bo froo from debt
and Oklahoma transformed trom n
togion of povorty lo onoof pruapority
aud tho "rain problom' and the I icrt
lien "What thall Wo do to avoid
short crops?' would bo forever bo.-
tlcd. I prosumo (be (Imt fsjlner w)io rendx
this will reniurlc "tt is easy to writu
about how to become prosperous bul
dlflicnlt lo accomplish tbo fact." Lot
Otititwba or Concord vinos can bo
had for tram fivo to six dollars par
thousand ahd it rcVniroa from iivd
hundred nnd fifty (o six hundred roots
to sot an aero and whou once in bcor
lug) ouch tiuo b worth one dollar
for it VIII pay more than ton per cent
ion the above amount oaeh your nb3vo
expeueesj and a ton por cent invest
mont is cousiderod it good one by men
ey lonnors especially If the pet cent
bns no eipotOo attachod
It is estimod tbnt fUtoeu pounds of
grapca will make a gallon of wine If
so thou with a crop of throa tons per
acre and wihe only twonly-five cen'a
a gallon the gross 'income for coctt
acre Would amount lo (lOP: D. 0
Dewis in Times Journal.
Wo are authorized to annoUuco J.
.0. Strang aa a candidate for County
Attorney of Logan County subject
to tbe action of tbo Republican
A. J AtsTow. ICditoh
Bill Doollu 1b again at liberty but
So one feara him aa he is as harm-
less as a lamb.
and cotton are
Oklahoma will stand a far off thin
fall aud Uugh at her sister states
fight over gold sad silver
llg ell over Ik county ssd will be
is food listing sfatpe fof tbe fall
lat D i fM ss4 tte ejus-
'k7 hj est.
LOGAN COUNTY NORMAL IN-
STITUTE. The Buvemth adnuul sesslol erf the
Logan Couuty Norman Institute W ill
open July Oth aud coutinue in ses-
sion four weeks.
No effort bas been spore d to insure)
as successful au iuHtituto as that of
last Bumuier. Whilo wo most siuuorfl-
ly regret that it was impossible to ob
tain Mr. Buchauau wo believe that
Mr. Culvert will proTo himself a most
Tho following crops of instructors
havo been engaged i
Prof. C. M. Culvort
Rov W. A. Boswortb
Prof. R A. Gaff ney
Miss Alma Carson ' s
It is hoped.tbat additional features
of interest may be added later.
Sara L. Boswortu.
the A Bt'LjBesiBg Society sf CssUs!
asaaitowt MMtisf sosM mataee.
ItHjsssSrateodtsst Mmsj FIsnsh
aUarsie. escMtsry of tss Mtisy
or red mon are spoken ot in diifio nov
els in the country. In fact one Writ
er 6pcaks of it as great sport; as
though they were on a tiger hUul; just
enough danger to lead zest to the oc-
casion. Tbe Americans like the red
men have tco lately discovered the
Brittish occupation means extermina
tion This uprising and tbe killing
ot a few of tbe Brittish doubtless IU-
fluences public sentiment to soma ex
tent at Ibis time. England has her
own Noro problem.. One other
most influential papers has already
aid that were the conditions reversed j
the Negroes number in her main cit
ies competing with English working
men. tbe same conditions that obtain
in America would Come about is that
England's sympathy for the Negro
is DSHoh like America's sympathy for
Irelaad It is more to show a batred
lo the ruling powers than for geauiue
iriesdahlp lor either class in question.
The salvation of the Negro is to be
worked out ban. Far away England
at Ibe very best could do bat little
asd that little serves a as irritant an
has been noteJ. Miss Florence BaU
garsie ia a martyr to ths Negro eauee.
The uatne will do to plaee alongside
the other illustrious names mentlonel
including Harriet Beeoher 8 to we
Abraham Lincoln aud Obas. Bunser
To those who can asp a word of good
cheer to MUs Balgar&ie TseOonser
vator gives hir addfett as Miss
Fbienoe Balffarsie Gteetsors Mue-
well Hill Muiwsll Roai Londos
HE TALKS. ABOUT IT TO A
UNsHiOm AUDIINCE OF
Kuias Crtr lfo:.-PNlleiissrf fd
boo dtpcted lroHB the i--1 s WU Ws kf Itsr 4e-
French dungeon. Not a pioce of fur-
niture in the cel! I slept on the haiu
floor and ate off the floor like a dog
Tbo walls dripped with dampneis aud
just he rsy of llRbt camo Ibrougb a
narrow wiudowi By strniniog my
eyes I ooilld read a little. When after
five months in there I cum out tbo
light uf day U'Ati led mo and now my
wife has to reud to me but tbo doctor
siys I will get woll.
"One ot the ro.ii ulons things aboUt
my ciise was ib'a sta ouunt cf Oloey to
the Aaisriuiu public: "Waller was no'
mistreated on tbe French steamship
that oanlud blm to Frauds or be
would bare said so.' Now let me
tell you. Wbsn I was tried at Mada-
garcar by a French court there sat the
Russian English and other con sols ci
cept Ihe American ojnanh Tnat man
who complained so much because tbo
Ciyil war took 200 slaves from bis
father that Bon of a Lonlhern elate
holder that was appointed to succeed
me-be was not there but I could look
out of the window and soo the Ameri
can flag waving while I an Amencnn
citiseo aud ex-uonoular Officer of this
government was being tried and I
could invoke the aid of that (lag in
"As I was led down through tbo
town to tbo ship I was eovered with
spittle. Tbu American fltg was still
waving five blooks away and that ex
slave-holding AmertOAuaoasul was be
neath it But I ws a'one.
The AsJienoo groaned aud murmur
ed exoitedly .
"On tbo ship I was chained on my
back to the door for seven days. I
(ought for ray life; I bad not a drop
ot water or a morsel to eat for two
days and nights. When we got to
France I was oast in tbe duogeoa
sot allowed lo 'read Asserioas news
papers or to write the truth or to re-
ceive letters of sympathy. Asd yet
Onley says: 'If WallewM mistreat
ed he would say so.'
"lfy Negro brethres this govern-
ment bas sealed say moutbv They
hare said I mast sot talk bat I sat
going to talk" . .
The audience cried: "lee fee tell
"The startling parf of llr. Waller's
speeeh essie near its close He told
ehosUha'hvjagvedS of Mioosewde o'
acres of fief and arUltoea of bess
geeewa4o(e iss Negro stiMess
assiBrrisi who eeki wvtU her eheet
for llOO.OsesHi thee heeeie":
.WstssMne ths OhtieUhM is
Msinnesr set Jrsset4e.the ehl
els aud falling til'.
Tbo rnxjirlty of the farmers on these
sandy lands are inttlug and risking
ll'.eir corn for buy during the fall and
wiuter months thereby supplying!
iLeuiHolvoa with au enormous amount I
oi rongnnesa tor hiook taa win soreiy
mis tbier liberal allowances of com
aud oala upon which they feasted dur
ing the winter and spring just past
the grass being parched and witbor-
ed gardens burned up fruits dwarfed
uud protnatufaly ripouod the otrth
and ibe iir dry and dnoty nnl most
serious of all Hie water in the tanks
is becoming low wurm and un-
healthy; lint from every ctlainily comos les-
tono of wisdom in many instances fur
oUttValghing tbo dunfr) snU.iino I
Ou the black laUd iu fact ou almost
all lands corn Is t30 thick. When
amplo nnd regular seasons happen to
come a larger amount of com is an as
sured fact but whon raiuof.iil as Ibty
do in most instances in Texas the
ravsgos of tbe dronjlh are mora des-
tructive and lb 3 failures mure com
When tbd prd3tiut droUlb ttadn Its
advent a few auspicious ot tho faot
commenced in time nud thinned their
corn at least from 'M to 00 por Ceut
and tbe plants are suit (jreen no. I uu
harmed bending with due erj ot well
matifid corn While thoso who negleo
ted this important matter havo noth-
ing bdt large fields of bUrnod stalksi
deVold of any ear.
It is a certainty that core thinned
to a proper stand will resist a drouth
mUoh longer aod inskus good corn
with one-bait tbe rain that is requi r-
ed for crowded corn. Hundreds of
crops are completely ruined on acconn
of being crowded in both row and
While tbe cotton crop is not mater'
ally impaired yet should a general rain
not come within the next teu or fit
teen days more than half a crop can
not be expected. At least 20 per cent
of tbe black land cotton and baa' bees
destroyed by weeb Wofinij and tbe
drostb precludes all possibility of
more than half a ctop frost What re
mains; but farmers profiting by the
experience' ot the1 two or three years
past have IS some aaeasSre prepared
tbeaaielvie to meet short crops of both
corS Sad Cotton.
Solplse stock are being aild at Yery
fair prices considering tho fiusseial
sitSatioe (or H it very obvioas that
if mere rats (sen we had to-day does
rot Wi eeottry stcek of at! dewip-
thins asset ho Ui ofes to osstots (iff
Ths Isms Seiossto of osrstss tors
oaso tee hsy Whhslsreeerefste4 Is
II si rslsoao prisee sew oosM ho
aet4 St faff iisiH or sjstkst nVSe
mailed to any lady on lecelpt of five cants by
Bev. Hi L McKMlKK Ht. KIsm Tess
t'SMf en f BHA-ranunrs
fetal Cost ' ' two
Sold by all Dealers in Medlclnt .
3&w" &5 ft
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