OCR Interpretation


The Langston City herald. [volume] (Langston City, O.T. [Okla.]) 1891-1902, November 17, 1892, Image 1

Image and text provided by Oklahoma Historical Society

Persistent link: https://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83025050/1892-11-17/ed-1/seq-1/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

Triij
W.
z
. Jr
.I
4l
IT
HERALD.
PuhlUlu'il in tlio Only oxelu
aive 4,Xorro City" In tho
United Stato?. Subscribe
ami Advertise in thn
Laiigaton City Horaltl.
The Largest Circulation ofl
any ewn I'nnor in OHIo
lintun. AdvprtinotiiiMilH
mill Xotieon Inserted in
P
hlinHnui.n, nil! Iks noli road.1
SECOND YEAR.
LANGSTON CITY, O. T THURSDAY, NOVEMBKK 17. 1892.
NUMBER, 2.
' T " . . " V,0T -. a
':- ' , 7
i ; 7 J '.f (
' i - y . ! t ry o -i ! '
I THE LAMSTM CITY
4:.
.
'
frv
1
i.
I
f
.1'
I
t 'V
t
EDITORIALS
Notes And Comments'
C-tracts Fmm Exchangei-Miseolln-neoua
llriofii
Itiini of Intercut Tlio llnmUrrs Notes
I'nor llouinl C, it iti'ii'lcnxl UenrfnMo.-
Whero ? ai Harrison, on election lay?
Oklahoma stands firmly uud uu
coiaprotuisicgly Republican i!Q00 nVi
joritj
Snioly .otiio-bndy tins boon guilty
of "ffllby.twre." Why bo? ,Wliy look
at tho oloctinn reluriiR. .
Tito election over, every ono of us
" do nothing buVwunIer sjjy thm
utcr wbehniug dofca of Mpublicnua.
itb Dennis T. Flynn na her spoko
man, Oklahoma feola no i aeiidiuosH.
Qravori nnd Wnrd;-tha last wo
liciird of thorn tboy woro bogied ia
thd South Cm. idiou. Democrats nnd
P'a. P., ivh' ro uroyou?
.Foi'tbo lifo of uh wo nuver could tell
wby'Wbitolnw Rcid was put ou oiu
national tioket. IJut now it iv very ov
idrnt that it wad to show tbo fully of
fcur republican leaders.
Any brulo ia human form who on-
joyn liberty and tho right of miffi-tige
.iud who nill barter or hell Unit 6uf
fritfjn is u meunco to society, nud cor
tuplilly dangeronu to any conunuuity
und to popular goicrnicut.
Tho Nrroliitrt wealth, hiiBiuc(s tm-t,
chuMios, ..nil iiisthutioiiH of ldarniiii;,
iu fit t in uiooled in urci thing kiv
:ng pnliticR.
'ov. miller if Pres. Harrison nodded
to Jnhu It. Tiyi.ch to withdraw tlio 10
piujlicaii vote mi election day, nb ho
did when u cominitlec of colored eiti
zo'm waited on biiwith Mr. Lyn&h
s ibeir ttfchcr, tu knoiv what, if any
thing, coul 1 be ilwiii to uiipircsri and
pieont tbo wholesale, Inuleso, mill bru
tal a uglitir and outrages upon no
Krcert in iho south.
Ncgrcea in tbo South, havo y.u
beard of the election? Do you know
bow joti voted in Louisiana, MiR.iiH.ip
pi a'jd Siuth Carolin:., etc? And do
you k ow whether, aud how ttiit voto
was v ii u ltd? Do you know that the
Democrats have tho lowtr House, aro
likt ly to have tho .Senate, und have
(hi nitionul CM-cutivt? If you do, jou
bad bcltir begin ti loik uroundNyou,
mako tPudy nnd "lleo tho wrath to
enrue." Oklahoma still iiiites you.
Tho STJIIP will open soon. Come! bo
here, nut lake you a claim.
Ia Mio defeat of I. F. NorriB, thocol.
diiuiiidato for County Clerk of Jgwr
coiinij', aud 0.1. Cnrron, caudiduto
for Heprcseubitive of tbo 27tb. Diat.
nnd h. H. Overton, for county Troaa
urorof King lisber county, wo appre
hend do littlo UDonsiutfis as to the fit
hue confidence tbe nefjio can have in
Oklahoma I onblicana, for these de
feulu can without question bo placed
Bolely to tho credit of repuhlicniiH
Wo wain you now Mr. Republicans,
ud all ( tbers (bat the negro is a man,
a citizen leurned and free, und will
net always sorvo as n politio.il boos.
tcr. IlarriHon knows this and eo docs
uvorv fieojible man.
It was a great day for tbo Negro
nJicu Cnrcegio nnd his workruon fell
rut, up nt Homestead. Wbern no No
uroes woro formerly employed, four
hundred of them, many of whom aro
killed mc.buiiics. now havo an equal
show to enin a living. X.
Th6 corituut decline of business in
STeojpbb, Tonn., is one- of the most
marked reaults of tbe lynching which
fctiudi pa the bupiemo dtsgraeo of that
odco great 'city. For months puafc tbo
rifcline he,, been marked, nnd contin
uouh n id didly tbe situation grows
wi . IKat week one of tbo most cf
fr 3. o acd I'ir.'jint plants in tfco south,
ki. ii- ph Milhntn Oiu Co., wos sold
at B.iciUon t r nbout ono half of its
Yiibiu. liusis.osa in thu town h so dull
fbt murcb mts on Main St it-fupo to
p.iy for o.trr. lights oudn general air
of buulc ruptcy baa settled ovtr tho
city. Tbo colored peoplo look ou
with tbo coiiGciouanest that justice ia do
lug in its own way pirtinl reparation
for thaiawrder'of thoce three noble
oang meu nontba njjo, and tboso who
vMf urn iMving tbo rime ouratd town
Living Way,
You may nay what you please; no
ouo. bo be white or bl'tck,will belie vo
tbo Nrgro inferior, if bo ban ever iu
strutted 'tbo young orco. Tbo pro
cocionsness of tomn of tbe colciod
children in & thing to be admired nnd
newr to be forgolton. X.
There ia tinuso tulkiug; nothing
makes u colorod man ftul prouder
than to Htaud vu bin own properly,
ahd call it hora.,H! ilrawa i JuBpir
uliou from tbjp owiiemlrrpfCulmed
men, buy land.- X.
Slf-dcfouco ia tho first lnw of inl
uVe, and bo is a coward iudcod who
faila to take ndvnntngo of it. Lynch
law must gol X.
A DESERVING YODNO MAN,
Wlt'ioJt ItcliitloiM. Ho VloiirflH t!iu Itmr
Succow Wiirks Ills Wiiy TliroUKi
.'c'i'ol.
of
Piof. Cliailes W. Whitfield, of No.
1412 Morgan t-trtoi, SI. Louis, is tbo
tit f-t colored graduate from tbo Iowa
Commercial xchool. Mr. Whitfield is
2'2 ycnr of ogo. Ho worked hia way
thruiigh school taking tho courses of
Stenrgrapby, Typo writing and Pen
raauhbip. Thuiigh an Afro American
Mr. Whitfield bad tbo distinction of
graduating with tho highest lionois
of his clubH, nud being tho only colored
man in tho cluts uud irrelative, won
1 nud at ion for himself not irrevocable.
Ho rnuks nmong tbo befit nud swiftest
of tho profession, and is an example to
young men; ho stands in wait of thouo
who dcsiie hia service
Mr. Join H. Rogern, n young Afro
Anmriuan, ia gaining quilo n icputu
tion nn a hiimoiihtiiiid witty cemedian
in Ht. Lnuii.
A e.iuntry jul in .Mexico is nuid to
consiht of a livn o.'dc tree, with a chain
and Maplo ntb.ched.
A KxoxviM.r, Tcun., lnennwiu fell
iRa htidgo and Ijiidod ou a pile of
rocks, a diatanco of fifty feet, while in
toicatcd. Ho"o.capcd wilboulinjuiy.
hut got road bfoituo bis watch caw
was broken."
Amino tbo uot conf-t i f Afiica there
aro now 200churchcB, :)5,00Q converts.
100,000 adhereutB. 275 schools and
410,000 pupil. Somo knowledge of tho
gospel has reached about 8,000,000 of
ouighted Africans.
Choynhkiand Godfrey fought Mou
day uigut at tho Coney Island Atb
lelio Club, New York. Godfiey wbh
shipped iu tho fiftocutb round. ThoJ
Negro cannot win every fistic bnttlo
l0 goes iu
Peter Jackson, tbo hoavy weight
ct'orcd pngilibt, baa roturued from
Englauil, bringing with liiui many
valuable diamonds.
A carload of cripplos bis loft Dnbu
que, In , expecting to be ctirod by
looking at tbe miraculous church win
dow nt Canton, Minn.
Lano Institute, nt J-ickson, Tenn.,
bns founded a monthly paper, with
Prof. Benton, ns editor; Success.
Jackson, Touu., will boon hnvo a
swell wedding, with Miss SubIo A Al
Bton, nud Mr. Houry Driver, as con
trading pnitics; Conguilulatioufi.
DAMAGED FOR (fD.OUO.
Toikka, Kan., Nov. C. William
Sims, n young colorod man, his
brought suit against tho Kansas rood
cal collcgo to recover $5,000 damages
becauso bo was diamiphod from tho
Bchoid on account of raco prejudice.
Mr. Sims bns located in Oklahoma
and prior to coming to Topoka to en
tcr college was practicing thero on a
oortilioato. Hognvo ut) hia pradico
in ordor to oblaiu n regular diploma
from n recognized inodic.tl col lego.
Ho claims that his failuro to gain ad
miuflion to tho Kansas medical c Jlego
bas made it impossible for him to Beck
adeji6sion to nnotber eehool this year-
Death FrOm nn OIU Gpldor Blto.
Nr.w Auianv, Iud., Nov. 8. Fif.
Uon yours ngo Mrs C.ubnra Hiusong
wno bilton by a spidor ou tbo back of
tho neck. Tho wound refused to heal
nut gave her no uueaoincsB uutil two
years ago, when it developed into
aomctbiug resembling a cancer. For
tho last two woeka she suffered the
moat horrible agony, She died yea
tardsy morning. She was born fa
Frnce 7a yearn ngo, bnt bad lived in
Ibis citiicarjy nil her life.
a mm,
Southern Fiends
AND MIDNIGHT MARAUDERS,
Arouse the Best Citizens Of
MANY PERSONS ARRESTED.
Tlio fHii-rlir fnptiiris riftr or Tlio Uw Urn.
kvr Clllriin Co-(iH'ri' s niul Heavily
AniKil I.iiH-ycr HifniM f.'ol to
Dcfriiil tlio l'rlsiiurs-
Nttv Or.LKAN, Nov. 5 Tbo pooplo
of tho Rayon des Glaizcs nec'ion of
Avoyelles jA.isb havo finally risen
n gainst tho ihitecapB, who havo been
dominating that BCctieu finco last -lit
ly and havo united to Mippres.4 them.
They ran a number of coLied pooplo
out of tho pnribh and linally nttiekcd
ono who refused to lcavo. In tbe nt
tnck on his houso one whitecop was
killed and nuotber seriously wounded.
Their companions roenced them-
i elves by lynching two negroes who
were suppoficd to have beon engaged
iu tbo hhooting. Sineo then thoy hnvo
cniried cut various outrogc?, break
iug iuto houscf and committing vio
lent nsHnulls on tboinmntes. Tboir nt
tockB bao been directed mainly, but
not exclusively, ngainnt tho negrofo,
lingo number of whom havo been ruu
off tho farms, nud biuiness, and partic
ulnrly planting iutcrcsts, bna been 60
rliui-ly iifi'ccted. Twenty fivo families
of coloied peoplo havo left Avoyelles
for Rapids parish.
. T'io indications woro that a lino
poition of tho negro population of the
pnribh would bo run off unless some
cffectUo stnpB wore tikeu against the
wbittcnpB. 1 be oigauizalion necessary
to i ffect this was accomplished two
days ago, aud tbo sheriff well support
od by tbo better class of citizous, ar
H'tilcd six wbitccaps. Teu wtro nr
rested on AVcduesday nnd twenty yea
terday. Thcro ard twenty or moro
Htili to bo nnestcd, which will bring
the total up to over Mxty. Q'ho law
ycrs of the pnribh havo signed u pledge
not.to defend tbo wbitccaps for leuj
than $500 apiece, which ngrecuiout
leacs tbo marauders without counsel
Uud in jail uudor n cbargo of coaopir
acy. It ia thought that tho onergotic
action of tbo sheriff and other author
ities have struck tho:u a fatal blow
nnd that there will bo no serious difli.
cully encountered ia suppressing tbo
heartless outlaws.
Obeying God Commanda.
A flcorala I'hylclun fc'll nun l'oriou nud
SUkos Another Attumpt.
Macos, Ga., Oct. 31. At Louibville,
Ga, a town not far from Macon, this
morning Dr. G. W. Kelly, a promi
ncnt physician, throw hia 8 year-old
daughter into a well intouding to
drown bcr, and tbon shot and killed
his sister in law, who tried to prevout
Iho perpetration of tbo crime. FoF
somo time past Kelly has keen iu a
noi vous condition, duo to religion
exeitmeut. He asserts that God called
him in bis sleep to tako the lifo of hia
child nud sister iu law. Ho appoars
to bo sorry that tbo child's life was
bsved. Tho only thing that saved
Kelly from lynching is that the doc
tors say bo is undoubtedly a lunatic.
THE BEST TOTHE FRONT.
Norcr before in tbo bistojy of tho
colorod pooplo in this noctiou of tbo
country are there moro urgent need
of young men aud womon to the front.
Tho raco baa now reached a piont of
development where the stern necessi
ties of tho hour, need tho best to tho
front Pooplo nro judged by thoir
loaders. If their loaders aro inferior,
bo too is tbo race judged. What ia
wanted nro youug mou nnd womon
who havo been intellectually, morally
nud physically trained to be reoepUvo
to tho progress of tbe times, and are
capable of practically giving what they
have received unto Uje race. X.
ThankBglvIng Proclamation lasu4.
Wahwotos tyov.fi. The praaidaut
t6 day issued a' prockmatio Mttiaf
part Tlmrxky, the S-aibfo far oi
national
tbmkagiviHg.
A DUfiL DEATH
Two Mm Empty Their 'Re-
volvorH and Fall J)oad In
1 lioir Tracks
AN ALL-AROUND -FIGHT.
A llloMy Trnpily Over llto Coiunnrthicnta of
tliuTcxnn Riutrninl Cum Hot m ecu i Wlilto
nml Col. mil Mnn In Wlilrli lioih
. Mrn LraikO tliolr I.hcii.
KlHtU (.'pltHl.
Tho SinlaFo railroad trainmen
brought nowo this morning of a bloody
tragedy that took placo last night on
the south bound train just this tido of
Gainesville, Texas, insido of tbo Chick
asaw nation.
A deputy mnrMinl named Smith
went into tho Negro compnrtment of
tho car that thu law of Texno provides.
An old colored man joccuoly objoclcd
to such au infriugnuiout on tho no
gro'a rights by white men, when a col
orod man from Guthrie, whoso unuio
is uiikiiown, took tbo matter up iu
earnest, aud with an oath declnied
that tho white man bad uo business
thcro.
Nothing ecri-jns took placO in the
cars, but when tno train stopped tho
tvo mon with manyotheis stepped off,
nnd tho quarrel beiug icsumed both
mon jorkod out their rovohcio nnd ho
gau bbooting nt each other. Empty
ing thoir revolvers, thoy both fell dead
in tboir tr.vj'n. It saam i that no ouo
elso was hint.
Tho bodies of tho two men wcro
brought up to Aidmoio wheio they
now lie. Two othercolorod men wero
anestcd' as thero seems to havo been
an all aronud fight, and now lay in
jail at Ardmoro.
Two Innocont Poraons Lynched.
N.VTHHl:, Mirs , Nov. 3. Nows
i cached hero to day of tho banging of
tho sou and duugbtcr of John Has
tinge, tho Negro who wns jailed boro
Sutuiduy for tbo murder of "Zip''
Norm put, of Culaboulu Parish, La.
Another sou was killed whilo resist
arrest here at tbo timo tint Hastings
was captured, making three of tbo
fatuily that havo yielded up their lives,
although none but tbo father was con
ccruod in tbemurdor rf Normout.
Tbo nction of tho mob in lycbing the
innocent parties is generally condemn
ed by all law abiding peoplo of this
section, nnd an effort will doubtlo&a
bo made to bring them to justice t
' "An effort" what a shame. Ono No
gro, who doubtless in n broil killed a
white wao in sclf-dofouso bos the in
noccnt blood of bis mora innocent
family, stitlod in death by lawless-hell
bounds and marauding vultures.
They could break tbo jail, hang Hunt
iugs, biason.nnd oven a poor defeuso
lew iunccent girl in tbe nnrao' of just
ice for tho wbito man. Rut for tbe
Negro it must cca&o with sickly ex
ense. "Doubtless au effort." Negroes
leave such u bell hole.
EIGHT COLORED MEN
Muel Tny Thu l'uunlty Kor Aiiislaiitlng n
Doctor.
CitrsrEnTOWN, Mu., Oct., 27. Josh
ua Brninard, Louis Benson, Henry
Ilnrat, Moses Brown, Frfsby Comcgys
Cborlos Brooks, Fletcher, Williams,
and Charles Emory, ull 'colored, were
fouud guilty bf murder iu tbe first do
gtco. They havo been on trail sinco
Monday. They woto charged with
tbo mnrdor of Dr. J. II. Hill -"on tbo
road from Millington to Masscys ou
tbo night of Saturday, April 23rd.
John Potts, tbo ninth person on
trial for murder, was found notgnilty.
TRAIN ROBBED.
TnoJtnsWrUMi'u.Su-iil Seven Hundred uul
I'lvoDol.uri iiiTlirco .Minuti-i.
Biumixquam, Nov. 5 A south
boundexpicss train ou tho East Tenn.,
Virginia nnd Goorgin Railroad was
hold up jiut south of Peidmont but
night by two masked rnon, Thoy
pulled tbo boll cord just after the train
loft tbe tank, and wheu tbe train slow
ed up at n littlo station called Dorap
morris they appeared in tbe express
car, and made tbe messenger deliver
$705. Tboy then went. iuto tbe mail
car and got a lot of valuable pack,
agaa.
The whole thing wrta dona in Uum
minuta. Eipraae Uaaeogw JjM.
Kogwa i certain thre wr wilylwa'
W-MMMtf
- ' - . . J Ai -w T ' 1 ..
(1r,yV
r't
THE LANGSTON HOTEL
Xf. It, UUV'K. Proprietor.
Clean nud well fiirnhhod rooms,
good inoalA.
on i!XHisn stiuIki',
Guthrie. : . Oklahoma.
FIRST-CLASS TABLE
For Hargains in
ZDHB-Sr GrOOILDSI
Boots, Shoos ami
MILLTNERY GOODS,
in l.angston City go to
J. I. IlAZliLWOOl)
Storo on Washington Uoulovnrd,
tbrco doors webt of Post Ofilco.
GENT'S UNDERWEAR
of all kinds.
Cottdn Goods Calico's and
Fancy Dress Patterns
of all kinds.
IIARI'KR S. CUNNINGHAM,
Attorney at Law.
Will practice in all' courts
and land oiUkch in Oklahoma
and adjoining States, prompt
attention given to all legal
business and collections. Of
lice on First utreet between
Oklahoma and Cleveland
Avenues.
GUTHRIE,
OK.
J. N. WALLACE,
Wholesale and Retail Druggist.
Largest Drug Houso in Guthrio.
A full lino of drugs, toilet
articles, paints, oils, wall
paper, window hades, win
dow glass, school bjoks- and
school. supplies.
Oklahoma Ave., opp. Land
Ollico. North.
GUTHRIE, :-: OK.
CARTER POLES,
tax l?opvaar Grrocor
Successor to W. A. Kam
sey. They carry a full line
stock and aro prepared to
mako choice bargains.
Call on them for tboy aro selling
dirt cheap.
Remember RAMSEY'S old Stand,
CAKTEK POLES,
Family Groeor,
LANGSTON, :-: O. T.
MEAT MARKET.
CHAUWICIC t'AIIIUrl, J'rop.
All, kinds of fresh moats nud fish
ou baud,
Washington Boulevard, LANGSTON.
W. R. Berry, & B. F. Garrett,
QATTORNEVS AT LAVV.Q
Wo will rroUce In a'l th I'omu nf llio Tit
rltorr, nml Ailjolnltjjr Hlnlui.
Old SpldiorH Olainis Solicited, and
Corporation Suits Especially
CorrufpomlMiuo Pnlicltixl.
Motto, "Livo and Let Livo."
OITlCV, (Ml OlilllllOIIlH Avenue.
GUTHRIE O. T.
CONTRACTOR n
BUILDER;
PHrties Hying at ft dUUnoe
wiliingto build wilVaotell
toadi'e5fKliiitf't' UigM
-Ok
'-i
a
"THE RUSH."
LITTLE rtlIAMAKr.lt.
$ DRY GOODS, fr
Coll on Goods nt IbVLowovi - edible price and Woolrna slill lower.
A yard bIioiiK'
iIobh nt "THE
troatmen
(nflti
nd holiest prices
COME lo "THE RUSU" and
icceivo
couulry trade. " A
North hide Oklahoma Avenue,
mm
JAN. 1st, 1893! .
A fine black team, buggy and harness, the neatest turnout
in the Territory. W'tU Every r.00 PiirehaFe you will w
ceivo a Ticket, which will entilleyouto one chanco iu tho
grand drawing on Jan. 1, ISM.
N. Y. Clothiers.
Gents' Furnishers and Merchant Tailors,
Thi Cheapest Place In the Territory, '
COHEN & STRAUSS.!
GUTHRIE, QKLA
NEW YORK HARDWARE CO.
- FARQUHARSON & MORntS. t-
Pumps and Barbed Wire n Specialty.il
Dealers in
nn: HARDWARE, TINWARE, STOVES, GUNS,
PISTOLS AND AMMUNITION OF ALL KINDS.
TIN SHOP IN CONNECTION. - -
- OKLAHOMA AVE.
NEAR RAIL ROAD DEPOT.
GIVEN AWAY I
Everythingin the Grocery Line,
Only charging for Wrapping.
Everything fresh and sold at tho loweat prico. If
you want a pint, quart or a gallon of tho beet Kentucky
llye or Corn WHISKY, call on
X.7.1TOBHZS.
The man who drinkH my whisky oneo, will always come
to buy it ngaim
Corner OltlaHonaa and. Plrst street.
Gutlirio, Oklahoma:-
P.J.HEILMAH, jUABNDLE
' I SADDLERY.)
a
GUTHRIE, OKL1H0U.
Bridles, WhijDS,
ROBES, BLAKKETS, ETC.
tSP" Corner First aud Oklahoma Aveuue.
, S. G. GARRETT,: !.'
REAL ESTATE A6ENT.
Ckoio Barfains ia
-rxoprT3
ioyfwijjf poworrioE builwno.
k:
lf
.
mm.
VU p
I U r
v
RPSH," uiPMMiie M itwhtm.
P4H
mako "THE RUSH" iNMHilor
tho njtccial uttenliou givoij
'J r
LITTLt & HAMAKER.
Guthrie, Ok. ''
Given
Away !
GUTHRIE
OKLAHOMA TERR.1
-r-f'
.'V
1 ".
aw
T'r'
i- H
Q-r
W'
a v a-
mi
? -f
i
v
OA
-v?
.vt
N'i
i
VI
4
v
1
j.
y&;i
vJ
I
l ytevt white oV bj
al
a$i
'.yac
'iiibfa,f.
S ' wrf
j; -j
lj
y
;vt
Vt
3
tb.i -i'.
iv?;
n .. .
:.
- h
Ul
V
I'liiiiintiia
1 i
-
i
,Vi.
M
rf
'&&.
,"?;
ir?

xml | txt