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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 2 May 1896

THE HERALD . 3 i s list mm fj(ii Coiuura TJpor. HERALD li ip I'cr :t tr.4 "Tvtftss r ait CSS j.v'w ljHl- ' t 1 J. 43 -ifc-.A." WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE AH? FOR THE MM, AMI ASK NO QUARTER, SAVt- ''JUSTtOt- AD' ON PAQE 2. SIKGLL COVV 5 CtNio fevfv LANOSTON CITI1 Q.T SATURDAY MAX 2nd. 18W. vol ;vj : CMfiVIU '. MttTHE-LASGSTOH CITY V. fME;-JCEOtm Ni ISSUED EVERY S.MURSL'AY Stxwart, h kurros. PeBUMina akd Pr.orairrcnJ. MNGSTON CITY HKRMiD.!woft,iel?cwtndt.t" "aaurttsue mmaen irom wnat ruUPtbe a painful dilemma or an invited quagmire. ,, . . -A Bison Day was a great day I for Lanirslon and many trees UM.CIIIPTION HATES , ii iM-iRmu u . j OntcyOnYr - s'soand much beautiful auruo- Ona CoV Six Months 7B ifi,v uo ..lontud It Wfts OnaCaavThraa Mentha. - .. .Bo wy was pU.l. xi was nrAaTfttiw Ht a mown ufroti'Wjjj observed. WmsaWM-) Wftlfl'Utt HeMHSW,-A. Satatet'atlBvatoSto at LaaxHoo M MMk4 OtMt riatBtr O. T. Commissioners Stapleton Atherton and Stnrgis are do- Jstitt t lftft, Ui C...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 2 May 1896

Trr tf fl l k ft: 6j ? '. UNGCTON CITY MOULD. I 4fct HMngTOMClTY, OKLA BLAHOMA Atf INBIAN TKMllTOKt fliers Ik noTnoW a legal free irrasa ilatrlct In (1 county. The nnpreme court In to pnss on the rstaed tux curb la June. There I but little une talking now tVottt crop failure In Oklahoma, The deputy tnarahnia are still chute lag the remnant of the Christian gang. Orer l,ft00 bnahcla of cotton accd haye been planted In Kingfisher coun ty this season. Hill Kaldlcr'a motion for a new trlnl was denied. Hill will have to visit In the east for ten years, Pat Nagle has Inaugerntod the jrood diatom of trarcllng orcr the territory And lMftpcct.ng each department. A woman In fogan county ivnnts n divorce from her husbnnd because hu wouldn't clothe her. The brute! It is said that Oklahoma's foreign ill vorce businoss drops off In the spring. Married people make up In the spring. Dr. Ignatz Mayer hns been granted a divorce In Logan county, but ho must give his wife "& per month nil mony. An ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 2 May 1896

"WW" W -T t j-.-j - --vp-. "13 i W--' f The average cost of drawing a ton of produoe to market orer good roada it atatcd by the Good Roads Committed In the report to the ,New York Lcgls 'latara lo be 30 cents per ralle and only 7 cents a mile over a good macadam road. Professor Mctcrlcht, the Paris eter ologlst, calculates that a hot, bright dny in midsummer sees not leas than 5,280,000,000 tons of water cynporated from the surface of the Mediterranean Bca, Tim m n re nn tiars rarksr'a OlnrTonle the mora Itsiwoil quail t'rs arc rcvralcd In dispelling co I, IndlgnUon. pain and CTi-rr fcln'l of weakness. What's In n ntimo? Sarah Grand, who wroto "Tlio Heavenly Twins," is nn old maid. tVatkln wntilrl nff a ho pleaanr wore It tut lor the corns, Tliene pct arc easily re turned wlthlllndcrcorna. He, at driiirglitl. In Itcilin there nre said to bo sixteen nobles, seven retired army oftlcers and tlirco clergymen employed as cab di Ivors. A new cablo Is being laid between Ihigluud and German...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 2 May 1896

tej unmw on aiu. , I ' IP iN City 3sTe-r Tsro atMitfcte were autlo to tie I rcacytetiaa church tint fcncJay. Gototk Bull? tttU'Jiant Leu j ( u mot firat olkRi meals 1 bn Preebyttrien S. 3. will orgsn- i Iniaorrow every una wbu will at tend is eordiaty iaviteJ. Tbe test stepper U iu tbo ring n 4inii', did ton ea bit while ht and t,;l,lpsliliit Sande)? W. A. A. hi a fltts brown lia . k at fairs M it Sunday. Harry Palulrr rpetke of making (be Tuce for register of deed, aud should l: turned webrliave he would make a fi.it tiful cflcer. Tho towu ship board rant in town i n Tucedny nad transacted aotae-very important bssiasts. Whet meaner of wnti is he who ! angry uith bit felluw awn fur attending (o hit o"u bukiueks, dou't know only the detil cia tell? Oar fareiera arc chopping r Aloa en eery band and prospeota are rvi--tVitly bright fur a large crop thin j ear. The bptiat revival hn bran a me et, several converts bsre been made. , Iter. Hunter tlin KvangMiat left Just S-iturJiiy, beiliM...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 16 May 1896

;y . 6ikk the soov-iar ny --LIKE TUB OCEAN 8TEAMEB THEJJEgALD' THE LANGSTON CITY HERALD, iGUsfpim with Cnuwirr r itli.rrofttMire ideas, I'lPJIMllr,., Mull VlnlMr, in ;Mni(s'lclliiii, WUli J-orVMU'" T'f ? MA coherence, ntn) (iiiuftii icty nnil I'fTnovcrpnop, GLIDES0VERTI1E PUESERVATIO; teeOf Outrank. Oatkcrinv lifur rcf umWiitiui iiw rrw. mm, t'nrltvnnt IlrnthPH-ivl rr ,, xrcs WITHOUT PEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVE "JUSTICE . PRICE; SBJEOUR'AD' ON PAGE 2. SINGLE COPY 6 CEN.3 VQL. VI; LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY MAY. 10th, 1896. NUMlttClU. Ltfcrw trfrMarjim Hrlteet. V j ' :-, i r hptM1" i ' fk 'v. ft V 8l r LANGSTON CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSUAY Stiwaut, ft POBLIBHRM AMD Aurros. Pr.orntrrons. ' ' - m m SUBSCRIPTION RATES. OntCMvOns Year St.SO. OneCeawStK Month 75 Jne Comy Thr Mentha SO, BBPAdvrrttalnif Kate made known upon bcAleaHon. Collections maftthf.flmrovor7 aneh. PoreUrn advertisement t ra utt be paid for la advance to iniurc thei...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 16 May 1896

TWt, "-lff T 7 ft t, u h 1 1 V .1 h tf rr i t i : rt ,v. LANMTON CITY B3ULD. r LAjmTOH CITT, . OKLA sSEBBaHHBIHHBBBgs 'ttKUMUMA AMI INDIAN' TKRRtTORt About $20,000 of Oklahoma couuty'n bonds nro na yet unsold. There nro no chlnch-biifjn In tho wheat as far west ait "S" county. Mrs. Jennie Parker, wlfo of colonel Parker of Oklahoma county, died last week. It is aald that ninety-five per cent of the Garfield county wheat ia all The" elections of trustees in tho (owta 6f Oklahoma were hold last Monday. KaetenY money is coining into Okla homa alowly, There will bo more of ft ext fait. 8eyerl of tho bridges in OarflchI county have been washed away by recent floods. There Is a llttlo town down on the Bait Pork, In Grant county, named Nigger Creek. The finding of oil wells In Logan county will undoubtedly lubricate tho wheels of industry. Pat Nngle should drop a hint to his deputies thnt Hill Pool In is not a hero yet by some little sight. Governor Ken f row says it haa been hia Intention ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 16 May 1896

An effort la being made to secure the removal of tho remain, of Molllo tPltehcr from CnrliMe, l'o., to Gettys burg, whero a monument is to 1e erected to her memory. Tho Philadel phia branch of tho Daughters of tho American Revolution nro trying to pcrsuiulo tho Cnrlislo people V consent to tho removal. Tho probabilities seem to bo agalhst them. Lodz. In western Poland, which I Jr How called the Polish Manchester, has r, grown In tho last ten years from a town of 0.000 InhabltnnU to ono of 300,000. They are nearly all engaged in cotton spinning. The growth of ithc plnco Is ascribed to tho prohibitive, jltusslaii duties, which compelled for eign traders to set up their mills with tho Kusslan boundary. V-- Moro than 100 Chicago physicians Jiavo obtained permits under an ortll iianeo recently passed by tho Council giving them tho right of way in tho streets. The new departure seems to bo popular with tho doctors, and every man who called and obtained u permit find paid 50 cents for n li...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 16 May 1896

I x v tf 1 3 M tt fc I J I v M" kv I Uv I fl Unwston City Hhrau). rWUSIftl) EVERY SATURDAY. Bj The Herald Publishing Go &TIWART & AlflTON PcBMMIEHS, AND PftCrlUKTOM. Ur. A. J. Alston, ? Editor. IfcTe-ws. Hon. Rob Houston was out on Saturday looking after Iub political fence. Look out for the grand picnic on or about the 29th inat. First class meals cm be had at the neat and clean Baily restaurant nt all hours. Prof. Hcnrr preached two very excellent sermons at the preebyterian church last Sunday. This 8ection of county is having excellent rains now. and crops are all that one could wish. Mrs. Cliunbus Lloyd left Wednesday to visit ber moth er at Kingfisher. Mn. Lloyd has been in poor health for eorao time. Mr. Marsh el) who Iiuh been re for the last 3 months working ontlio preebyterian church left for home on Wed nesday. The republicans are coming thick and fast, make room boys and let them pass, or they will smother us. The campaign will soon be on, and every one should rea...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 11 July 1896

V. -X t m afa MMftvt wwjrt nrrra ij wre.-u. wTn )tto!cqnagimrae uKwer MMTHEOCtW STEAMES like TnnxnnvtiiV r fc I THE HERALD' THE HERALD THE LMGSTOMITY HERALD. r. i .. . - OliMeiio with CohMirt tVull -" aoauea who rrogTeeBivo luoas, pifelRy Human Coherence, and (luMod . ArrMCfi Piety nml Pewevercnee, I'll'lllrilrf.. Mnti Vlnlpim.. rtnl " t Mulnltctlnti. Wltli lYrtrhuV 1'ibi 111.' OLIDESOVERTHE PimSEttVATiON BeaOtOaeteMlew. (latherls Return Ot .TftlcT!i Vlrlitri of l.. M Mian I'nrllvnnil Hrnthcrnooil i Man ' rcr i jib ion, 'iae none 01 ire tree. 31Z PRICE; SEE OUR 'AD' ON PAGE 2, - .... i VOL. VI ; . WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE RIGHT, AN ' ASK NO QUARTER, SAVK "JUSTICE." SINGLE COPY 0 CENT . . LANGSTON CITV O. T SATURDAY .JULY lltli. 181)(J. NUMBJ5R12, I . IAHGST0H CITT HERALD. r i i -i - -- n - - -.r i ISSUED EVERY SATURSDAY iTKWiKT, A PosqaukM aMd ALSTON. PROpktrroM. SUBSCRIPTION RATBS. OnaCopyOrie Ysar il.BO. On Copy Six Months 78 On Copy Three Mentha SO BSVAih...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 11 July 1896

, VV-J. r v -Jk i ' 'rt itbytovJNi KxiJwift! ."" 'I n 4 8 55 lit Li UNOSTON CITY HERALD. 1 LAMtTMOITT, OKLA. Trying to get sunn.. mug loses many 1 nan his money. Conger' man Cobb would look well an the Kansas corn tr.iln. Thlngi ore moving In Guatemala as usual. Another revolution has broken Dllt. Mm. llnrrlol Ilcecbcr Stowc Is 85, .iut Undo Tom's cabin seems to be n thousand. Tho sickness of Aubrey !'.3ardslo) Was so clearly a coro of rctrlbn Ion thnt ono Is amazed at his recovery. A Missouri man claims to havo chewed up a half nillo of three-Inch plug tobacco within tho past sixteen years. Tho towns of Cincinnati and Cleve land aro now rising to prominence. They aro Important way-places on the road to Canton. A number of deacons In Orange, N. J., have decided against blcyclo riding on Sunday. It was easier to do this than to check tho wheels at tho chiirch It was a fcmlnlno patient who ".i cured of hiccough by putting mi her tongue for a few minutes. Tho mhrnu might not work so we...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 11 July 1896

A." US ) f ' ' ' Jt"3 . . . f t G v 100 MINERS PERISH BURIED BY A CAVE-IN IN A PENNSYLVANIA SHAFT. Atmot No Hope That Any of I he Victims Karairit Nearly lintant Dn.tlli The Collapin Arronipnnlcri by it Terrlllo Shock The Mlno Long In Danger. WiLKKsiiAiutE, la., Juno no. Wlillo hlnoty miners were nt work In tlio lied AsH vein of tlio Twin shaft nt t'lttstort about 3 o'oloclc yestcnlay Inortllntf, tlio roof caved In and it Is believed all of tlio men perished. About forty of tlio Imprisoned men wero English-spunking miners, the others foreigners. Thirty l'olandcrsnnd Huns we.-c on tomfecd, nmt It Is thought tho tctnl number of bodies in tlio mlno will reach !i)i). The men were tit work propping up tho roof when tho fall occurred. Tho alarm was Immediately given by tho ringing of tho (lro belfs, and rescuers Wore put to work without delay. At 1 o'clock yesterday nfternoon the first bodies wero found In tho slope some distance from tho plneo wljoro tho men had been working. More than t...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 11 July 1896

tiM.4mi.-Vm; HAifirn -wnW.-t-.-tt - I tr n jjj J c',x J' - r J i l-t ' if W V I, R1 I! R.U f.'i Hf k 'i J :1 i 4 f f3V fcn i t - LANGSTOhr City Herald. WKWIDEIIRI SATOMAT. Bj Tie Herald Piblisliig Stzwart k Alsto.i Pcblwhim. PnoniRTow. Dr. A. J. Alston, i Editor. Cit3T IfcTe-ws Loeul politics are coming to the front. Hon. K. Vj. Stewart was out thig week on btjiiiet. There will ho u grand pic nic riven hereon the 16th, every body is cordially invit ed to he present. Mr - and Mrs. Garrett, who, have boon visiting in Guthrie for tho past 3 weekn returned yesterday. Mr. F. W. Wallace was in the club meeting Monday night. Mr. John D. Scott, candi date for county commissioner made a talc before the club at its last meeting. The Misuses Slaughter have returned from the Strip where they have been for the last week visiting friends. The Langpton-City-Republi do Club wai favored by a very interesting address from Judge Strang on Monday night. The club was well attended aud several new member...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 July 1896

"-yr ' T-'c ; ",;WWf!PWf !lllll'l55P,flcnrwr-,nfr' mfswfi' ".rmy"" i: . ltMWi " ' mm ! iiii " mii .". i.ii' id i 'iWWf? a f: m LIKE rnr. OCA; stcame THEHERALD' THE LAHGSTON CITY HERALD.I GllMfltm (villi CeuMiri' l'i" Loaded With Progress! Idea: Fired Br Human Coherence, anil GulrtKl junior, Moli vlnlnnf t"-" lefllMliil'. wi frrrvi 11 I ' l Br , IMety ami Persertronec, KFiSBaVAtlOK ,trMp. TlifVlrttiri Jf I-'.,! ' i n I'rrllV nh llrntlinrt.ooo C ff WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR, OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FOR THE HIGHT, AND ASK NO QUARTER, SAVtf "JUSTICE.'' SINGLE COPY 5 CEN b. .-- PRICE; SEE OUR 'AD' ON PAGE 2, - - i - - - - - - - '" VOL. VI ; LANGSTON CITY O. T SATURDAY JUL.Y i8li. 186. NUMBKRiJi p-Wfwj -a . - itjtiir. GLIDES OVER THE See Of Oppression, GathcrlnirKefuse Kct lMrttou, The Hotao or The Free. MBHHHHHBHBBHHWHr - x MUMbMMMk r . -. 4 : If LMGSTON CITY HERALD. ISSUED EVERY SATURSbAY liTSWAKT, ft AlBTOS. PuDtmitM ARD PROPMBtOMt SUBSCRIPTION RATES. One Copy One Year . SI. BO. One Copy Six Mo...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 July 1896

Cl .tk .ul l I LP 'i lw ft M P M L h h ft M 114 hi If t L J Kfc i St 41 ! sr' :m ,- j- - f it v f !l i ?8 ?a l'V 8 UMGITfft CITY KRALft. tAJfomon cm, mmsmmesssmmm majL i,'i.aiiizi) btitbw&j ic bvv ox. trtf- cobnut ibuvt HmAI, Is Aolsi Mr. Vw. I a Kanux twrt tayw. He" haid to Um, pvlitfclauz bJt lb? puipfe. fipln wsc.j x blrx.'r navy and aed It If be KXpwta to bold Havana. Horn foIVa walk spotUJtr nl pick le out crease for vtbw pt'-rpl t wry. ft would I too fad in have a ttkurf with ffpaln, )ia when tli ltu i: Mt iur, t ib'-fr . Ilfjf I x d'fbtjon that eboald stand' . rVaafafoglon Judw bat d'W'M Ibat twirling m coyTt Ull Ja cruelly to ntX- u.uU, Kmprnr William has irtta ZH books oh tin. financial wUnu y HU him ca a craf, AU:r be has f tixm all "014 HubTlbr ','. vt&tlu t him hat the fact really JJarah Ann Anr,-l ol Vjmu Point. V Y., r.uu that the rnarrM It tbe Mlo Jay flould away back In April. Hit, nod Ibmfrre UtlttUU'l to a few of tb million fhat Jay left. Kir Anr baa crtati...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 July 1896

c -A, I, i r I t CHICAGO CONVENTION, SILVER MEN HAVE EVERYTHING THEIR OWN WAY. THE GOLD MEN ROUTED. tiadleal 10 to 1 Vrn Hllr-r r 1st form Adopted Strong Against llnml Is- lira In Tlmt of I'mce The Tempornrjr unci I'rrnianent Urcanlantlons Fight ter Michigan. CnicAOo, .luly 8. In tho magnificent ftnd capacious Colisoiini In .TncUson park, beneath clear sides, with a cool, invigorating brcc7o minppintf at the flags nml trapping, ami tho blue wa ters of Lake Michigan stretching nway to tho north, tho Democratic national convention met yesterday. After a brief but decisive battle In tho arena, tho silver men vindicated their supremacy. Thoy wrested from tho hand of the gold phalanx tho control of the convention and gathered the reins of power into their' own hand. There was u reminiscence of that other gicat coliseum, whoso fall marked tho destruction of an empire, where men wore butchered to mako a Roman holiday about it all. A cham pion who has so often entered tho lists todobattlo i...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 18 July 1896

11 "IT i .' JV it R Disgt fl fl M a Bk Ml - . it 'j , U' ri-,r iv -V- Langston City Herald. musiio eveit shtopit. Ij The Usnld Ptblishing Co irtWAirr A Aurrox PruLuacu. asd P'jptn.TJBf. x, ( ft1 Or. A. J. Alsio. litor. The Normal at Langston is d oing some good work among the teachers. All children nhould attend the day school at the Baptist Church. The school iH free Mrs. A. Mc Adams md her grandson George Carter have moved to the Creek Nation. The Catholic school-house and Father Anciaui's house are being repaired during the vacation. The City Council met Ion day night and arrauged for fixing the public wells. Hons. Judge Foster and I.F Norris spoke before the Re pulican Club Monday night. The young men gave lias Boma Jourdan a grand recep tion on Monday night at the residence of Mr. and Irs. Ed Robinson's bofore leaving for the Creek nation. Henderson News. The Western Beatyn gave a'grand barbecue at Held'H Park on Saturday night of the 4th. Mrs. Lisziti Ilatchett of Kv aniville ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 August 1896

r LIKE THE OCFA.M Sir.latZR THEHERALD' - Vf !.., ,p '.' - Lu:t .iii;.oon-i)t iL.f THE HER A LV ' m HE LANGSTOICITY HERALD. boadod With Progressive Idem, fired Uy lfumnti Cobcuco. nulOuMc! fir l'nco, I'ipiv and I'tprtcvcrcucc. Qlislbhs trlth Cohfciii tVi f'trt'illtp. Sfnh Vtnl... im 1 CJjUESOVEKT11H MnlnUntlm rvi-li l-irvlil't it , tM IWJRKEKVATiOK ucft(jrup)ni).sxiori finthcriuif ItoriifMi vrr ahnainn ' h !... a . ?-....- '-. '"'"I'awimiiPiiiiniwm iuiirvi Or ll'OIr. llir VlrU'wi 3 I ' loan I'nrttr mid Nini.crn if'' ' ,!' Mkiimssggav!.'' Mszzausx "VJ V &WJJ In ream n i w fwi ---i3 sacs: 'PRICE; SEE OUR AD' ON PAGE 2, WITHOUT FEAR, FAVOR. OR PREJUDICE, WE ARE FQft THE RIGHT. AND ASK NO QUARTER. SAVE "JUSTICE," SINGLE COPV- 5 "CfiN VOL. VI j LANGSTON CITY HERALD. irny. an. tr..-a. ISSUED EVERY SATURDAY BrawAitr, ft PonuiiiEttS aJjd Albtok. PkbpWsfOiiB. SUQSCniPTION AATBS One Copy One Year SI.OO. One Copy Six Month 76 One Copy three MnntN., iBO tVAdvcrtlslnir hates tAdc t.nown upon ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 August 1896

rti n-s Li Hi j i 51 St 71 Hi fli ivr i I M ipi im fii ?v M i 1 '4 U f- s .i :-l wj Ort The LMfsttf City Merall ,AJfOT0X CITY WXAHOXA Fafc7 J J. lvwi "f &. W Vr ! TrT fJT-2 ? to Sit - X4 lfe at "9!wj.46ti li jtu- j ;- --r rJl jJfctfty u -rrJvt-. Ovr C.i3i frfeaft. V itre J- i It? frJ 5-"Av8. " e-M--? -a 4X3 . kAJ wrf. Chat iVy v4. ttVii tsvitb M I Ix J-K, U auln Us". fHI Sr-t S-s-aiat-t -r - uy. s7wJ -. -rjj -rj. Coust ' ij jvb lliti: U irutu tS ;. A rat jmcSi- tw 4 Hxi r Sm.i t T-- Ckritfiin YjuV!z t a. t0f! J tr am t rj4cici. 7TMr raj-jess jcUirf-rtxr Ix T'Mciri vaa Eb WfX'-K CUijf -f tie H. Ck1 k a-vsr feter-iUt t t MUrki. UrrviL Os; eftftv-s vM t tv9fJt-- j mxu t lo sii if--D ipuu f aclli a tr- Tfc? mrM. the jrt&T aM stak jit tow jrl7 aa two ivttu. It yai I a clear ease erf K to 2. A fsnl)r la Itra tu titati toot brrii of rr U fw OT-r Vt yn, ft fc )t h-a MvAxtTtA tfcit Jm? trr ri !; vail bid Ua rntuiarlf wplJ by an old and trtut M rTant, wbo drank a plat a da of It astll...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 August 1896

,1 '. DEATH IN THE FLOOD. EIGHT PERSONS DROWNED IN PENNSYLVANIA. ItonnlliiB Homo Cmitiilnhig Thlrlrni 1'eMnn WmbIioiI ,vrnjr Mtirl llmlu-,1 lit I'lrem AruIihI h llrlilgc Tin He I'nw .ruled hy I.l;lttulu?. EXTRA SESSION TALK. riTTMtl'ltn. Pa., .Inly 80. I'irjht por tions were drowned In tho flood Mon dny night. Seven of theso met death at Cecil, a ruining mill oil linmlot In Washington county, the otolith victim going down at Carnegie. Samuel MeKlnney kept a lio:irlng lioitso nt Cecil for the accommodation of oil men and miners. Tho house was situated on tho banks of Millers' rnn, a tributary of Chanter's creek. Ordinarily tho rnn, which flows through a valley banked by high and itccp hills, would scarcely float u chip, but a cloudburst till ml Its closely con lined quarter: to such an extent that everything along Its bank was endan gered. There, were thirteen people in tho MeKlnney house tvhun thu water com menced to rise nt 0::ti), but no serious danger was upprchcuded and the men ...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Langston City herald. — 8 August 1896

J'ifyyf. ; 5 t3 " w . TBE LANGSTOH GIT? HERALD. 'm9riftiiimm f i ;r icr- t V ff r L ' o 1 i ft ft UNgston City IIuraui- FUltLiSIiBD EVERY 3AT0nOM. , By The Herald Publishing Co SlItWART ft AmtOK rujJMjHUvfl. Aitd Dr. A. J, Amtdni 1 Editor. City .fcTe-w VVc will uivo tlio lloimbli can county tiekot In our next . i patio. Dennis Flynn and free homes must win al all huz r.urdfl. Did MIhb. P. J3. stand tho test Inst Sunday after noon? v Don't Jknow, have my doubts uhotil it. Every body Is cordially in ;' vited to attend the S. S. con ' von lion at Oak-Grovo to , morrow. Tho baj tigtH nre nt work on tho foundation of their now ' church. Tet tho good woric go , on, for Lauguton is bound to ,". succeed. r Cotton in opening very fHt & and many of the farmeru way mat mey win ui'Kin u piuK the whito Hlnjilc1 next week. Another Sn company linn beeit loiiued in Langatou. ..The pops, have mot and , named their delegate to mnke . the race for cony res aeai . Hon. D. T. Flynn, hut defeat nt th...

Publication Title: Langston City Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oklahoma, United States
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