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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 3 September 1894

TheColored Citizen.3ta DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Voi.1. No. 1. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 'X 1894. $2.00Pek Year. A$5 Cr*ifan Portrait Fr^^, MadeI rom any pood photograph dcslr.-il 1 Toeach pcrMM who shall send us Twenty-live Cash Subscriptions 1*12.50)^!^^^ September 17th, 1K(^4, for the Campaign Edition of the OouNumOrrnom, win he given lFine 16x20 men Bust crayon Portrait Free. MOTIOIT^ ^ AOENT8.- I'erson.s accepting above oiler will please send in^their names and postofhYe address at once, .lust as fast as names are secured^forward them in with the cash i^v registered letter, receipt of which will he^acknowledged. Photograph for crayon may he sent in with first cash. A^^soon as *12.50 has been paid in a due order for cravon will be forwarded to^agent, and cravon will be shipped .'todays thereafter. COLOREDCITIZEN PUBLISHING CO., 137N. MAIN ST. HELENA MONT. Onumo CmsRN Purlimdki o^. It!N. Main St. Helena, Mont. (1KNTH: ^Enclosed please tind postal note ...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 3 September 1894

THKCOLOKKI) CI 11/1 s ^KIM'KMBHR 3, 1894. ThkColored Citizen. tmmmmm mo*day BY THKCOLORED CITIZKN IMBLISHINci CO Orn'il^fN. Main Stksbt.^Advertising rates furnMhwl on application. TERMS- OneYear SixMonthn ThreeMonths Si oo , 1 00 DO HKLENA.MONT.. SEPT. 1, 1894. Wecertify that this edition consists of^2,000 copies. COLOREDCLTl/.EN PUB. CO.. PerJ. P. Ball, Jr., Editoraud Manager. TheColored Citizkn, a paper de^^voted to the social, moral and indus^^trial interests of the colored Ameri^^can of this state, is a new venture. It^is an enterprise that should receive^such hearty support from all classes^irrespective of race, politics or creed^that its assured success should he^guaranteed from the outset. It can^^not be denied that our people, through^force of circumstance, occupy a pe^^culiar status in this country. We are^not thoroughly known. Our better^qualities are not presented fairly to^the public. Our infirmities and short^^comings are constantly magnified and^dwelt upon, while our b...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 3 September 1894

THE.COLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 3, 1894. TheCotORtD Citizen orrh'bNo. I* H. Main Stkikt L'ocaland $cvsonol. Considerablematter is necessarily^(^^mitted in this issue. Democraticaspirants are few. We^admire political sagacity. Extracopies of this paper may be^had at WU office, |H N. Main street. Itla rumored that a couple of col^^ors*] delegates will be selected fur^the state convention. Cole'sColored band enjoys the rep^^utation of being one of the leading^musical organizations of the city. TheManhattan Club, under the^management of the urbane \V. .1.^Burnett, is a popular place of re^^sort. I'.lderP. A Hubbard held quarterly^conference here Sunday, Aug. Htk.^He preached an able and eloquent^..erinon. .1.E. Carpenter, one of our niost^..uhstantial young men, is proprietor^of the barber shop in the lnternation-^i\ Hotel. Afterthe convention Is over the^inuchlv tormented delegate will have^a chance to recuperate and get his^clothes renovated. WalterR. Dorscy holds down in a^most satisf...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 3 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. SEPTEMBER 3, mnnmttu theik sonn and Mimt Theannual meeting of the Montana^Pioneers Society was held in this city^Thursday. The attendauce was the^largest in years. The Society of Sons^and Daughters of Pioneers also met.^After the business sessions were over^both societies spent the bal^^ance of the day either tak^^ing in the sights of the city^or out to the races. In the evening a^a grand banquet was given at Elec^^tric hall which was largely attended.^The ^old timer^ is held in high es^^teem by the more recent comer. He^is respected and revered for the haid-^ships and privations endured in shap^^ing the early destiny of this now pop^^ulous and prosperous state. He will^soon disappear for death la ever^claiming a victim here and there^throughout the state but their mem^^ory will ever survive them and the^Sons and Daughters of Pioneers will^step forward and worthily fill the^places of the illustrious departed^ones. IDIMKDHIM Kv Wenote with pleasure that a num^^ber...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 10 September 1894

TheColored Citizen. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol.1. No. 2. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894. $2.00Per Year. A$5 Crayon Portrait Fr^^, (Madefrom any k^mhI photoxraph clenlreili Toeach person who shall send us Twenty-live Cash Subscriptions ($12 60)^by September 17tb, I8W, for the Campaign Hdltion of the^Ont^n^n Citizkn, will be given IIFine 16x20 inch Bus) Crayon Portrait Free. NOTICETO AGKNTS.^Persons accepting above otter will please send in^their names and postottlce address at once. Just as fast as names are secured^forward them in with the cash by registered letter, receipt of which will be^acknowledged. Photograph for cravon may be sent in with first cash As^soon as $12.50 has been paid in a due order for crayon will be forwarded to^agent, and crayon will be shipped .todays thereafter. COLOREDCITIZEN PUBLISHING CO., 137N. MAIN ST. HELENA MONT. OOLOKKI)ClTI/.KN ITllMSHINIi Co. 137N. Main St. Helena, Mont. Gents:^Enclosed please lind postal note for...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 10 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894 TheColored Citizen. Issuedtv^ry Monday -BY THKOOLORKD CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. OTTCMIS! N. MAIN ! Advertisingrates furnished on application. THKMS OneYear SixMouths ThreeMontns. . ....*!U0^... 1 00^.... ^^ Methat the btd is freed from^^'weeds.^ Others will look after the^^cart(er)ing^away of refuse material.^Many admirers will insist on mixing^up the bedVroperly with ^sand (ers).^^A number of ardent friends will tax^their utmost ^power^ to ket*p things^trim. While young America will ever^be on the ^hunt^ for coming event*. HELENA,MONT.. SEPT. 10, 1894. Wecertify that this edition consists of^2,000 COPIES. COLOREDCITIZEN PUB. CO.,^Per J. P. Ball, Jr., Editoraud Manager. TURNON THK SEARCHLIGHT. Therepublicans of this county, in^convention assembled last Tuesday,^selected eight gentlemen for the leg^^islative assembly and selected several^other patriots for the various county^offices. The voters of Lewis and^Clarice county wear no political yoke,^no...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 10 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1S94. ThbColored Citizen OtrmtNo. iarN. Main STBierr. gucftland J^cvso.ml. Thecity was alive with political^magnates last week. Ouredition last week was twenty-^two hundred and fifty. 0nlyfj cents for the campaign^edition of Thk OMK pearsall,the grocer, has a card in^another.column. Give him a call. TheCitizen's ofHce is at 187 Main^jtreet (Ball's photograph gallery). ThkCiti/kn is sent to every city,^town and neighborhood in the state. Refreshingrains last week put out^the forest tires and cooled off the at^^mosphere. Coto Hodge, No. 22 North Main^street, for clothes to order. New^samples just in. 3ee ad. T.H. Clewell keeps a full line of^books, tine stationery, school books^and school supplies. No. 50 Main^^treet, Gold block. See ad. Wewere so absorbed In the conven^^tion last week that we hadn't time to^call on our merchants and business^men for advertisements and cash,^but promise to do so next week. Wehave so many prominent citi^^zens that It w...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 10 September 1894

THLCOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 10, 1894. it ni^^i^v^*^o J rI \ CONTESTFOB THE CAPITAL Townof Aflaccada w. City of Helena t\DMlh PEOPLE OF THE STATE W^MONTANA. PlainFacts tnd Figures For the People^on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena. 1 Nowcomes .the citv of Helena and^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to be made the perma^^nent capital of the state of Montana^sets forth the following reason why it^(Helena) should be selected as the^permanent capital and why Anacon^^da should not, viz. 1st.Helena Is located ^eographlr-^ally nearly In the center of the state,^while Anaconda Is situated in the ex^^treme southwestern corner of the^state. Helena can therefore be con^^veniently reached from all parts of^the state whereas Anaconda cannot. 2d.Helena Is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging In^every direction. Anaconda is Isolated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^several trans-continental routes,^w...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 17 September 1894

TheColored Citizen1. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, SKPTEMBER 17, 1894.$2.00 Per Year. ColoredCitizen's Prize Offei A$5 Crayon Portrait FY^^. iMaclefrom anv k^hm\ ]^liut^^Kr;i|t)i istttrei) Toeach person who shall send us Twenty five Cash Subscriptions ($12 60)^^^y September 17th. 1894, for the Campaign Edition of the^Colored Citizen, will be uiven 1Fine 16120 inc^ Bust Crayon Portrait Free. NOTICETO AGENTS. ^Persons accepting above ofler will please send in^their names and postofflce address at once. Just an fast as names are secured^forward them In with the cash by registered letter, receipt of which will be^acknowledged. 1'hotoRraph for crayon may be sent in with first cash. Ab^^oon ae $12.50 has been paid in a due order for crayon will be forwarded to^agent, and crayon will be shipped M days thereafter. [Copyright,1*4. by the New York Press.]^And now they have gone, this senate^^nd house of representatives gone, with^only three months more ...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 17 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEFfEMBER 17, 1894. TheColored Citizen. |,MKIP K' KKY M^^M^A% by th color11^ uium nnuHMOA OrrciW n. Main Stkeet.^Advertl^lnn rates furnished on application. TKKMS: OneYear SixMonth* ThreeMonths Si01) .1 00 no HELENA,MONT.. SEPTM7, 1W4. Wecertify that this edition consists of^2,000 COPIES. COLOREDCITI/.UN PUB. CO.,^Per J. P. Ball, Jr., Vermontgot there in good shape. Arkansaswent democratic. Scon^^this, gentlemen on the other side. TheMissoulian ranks among the^best and newsiest dallies ^n tke coun^^try. Hrother Moos knows how to suc^^cessfully run a paper. Elsewherewill be found an interest^^ing letter from Mr. R. B. Brook, one^of the leading colored citizens of Bill^^ings. We hope to hear from him and^his lively community often. He kind^^ly forwards his subscription for the^campaign edition. Thedemocratic party of the nation^is quaking in its boots, And well may^it. During its short lease of power it^has wrought ruin and destruction over^the length and breadth o...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 17 September 1894

- THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 17, 1894. TheColored Citizen. owesNu. \-flN. Mun MM Localand personal. 'Mea noa lika da Colokkd Citizana.^-A Daly Dago. Iwant your paper. Be sure to send^it^T. J - Hamner. Forshoes go to Clarke i Frank,^Montana Shoe Co. That'sa line paper. Send it regu^^larly.^Albert Sidney. ithink your paper is ^all right.'^j. E Hawkins, Seattle. Don'ttalk paper to me. I'm not ii^politics.^Hod. T. C. Power. Wefeel tired. But we'll be up^a^ain ^^ Defeated Candidates. 1like your paper tirst rate. Here's^my subscription.^H. F. Galen. Don'tfail to send me the Citizen^every week.^Hon. John Horsky. Sendme two copies each week. Its^jrood reading.^W. F. Whitaker. Awise man changes, but a fool^never.^Rev. Cushingberry, Butte. Ididn't mind being beat, but I hated^to be black Balled.^Dr. Hockman. Itis a good paper and ought to sue^ceed.^ John R. Ogelsby, Townsend. TheCitIzen is ably edited. It de^^serves success.^Judge W. W. Hunt. Itsuits me. It's spoken well of by^men of yood ...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 17 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. SEPTEMBER 17. 1894 GOWTESTFOB THE CHPITHL Townof Anaconda vs. City of Helena WDTHK MM OF THE STATE W^MIIVTMIA. PlainFacts and Figures For the People^on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena. Nowcomes the city of Helena and^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to be made the perma^^nent capitalof the state of Montana^sets forth the following reason why it^tHelena)- should be selected as the^permanent capital'and why Anacon^^da should not, viz. 1st.Helena is located geographic^^ally nearly in the center of the state,^while Anaconda is situated in the ex^^treme southwestern corner of the^state. Helena can therefore be con^^veniently reached from all parts of^the state whereas Anaconda cannot. 2d.Helena is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging in^every direction. Anaconda is kolated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^several trans-continental toutes,^while Anaconda is dependent whol...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 24 September 1894

TheColored Citizen. DEVOTED10 THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol,1. No. 4. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. $2.00Per Year. D.S. HODGE, SALESA^E2IT rOE WANAMAKER BROWN, of Philadelphia --Z.7ZL THEROYAL TAILORS, of Chicago.^New Fall aqd Winter Samples Just Received D.8. HODGE, 22 North Warren St. NATIONALWEALTH. NEWENGLAND NO LONGER LEADS IN^ACCUMULATED WEALTH. THELHTEST STYLES A.1TETHE LOWESTPRICES IN CLARKE^ FRANK, SHOES. MontanaShoe Co. T.R. CLEWELL, BOOKSELLERand STATIONER 50!N.Main St., Cold Block, Helena, Mont. CARUIKSA FULL LINK OF Books,Fine Stationery, School Books AMD SCHOOLSUPPLIES. LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S FINE POCKET BOOKS AND PURSl TYPEWRITERSUPPLIES, BLANK BOOKS. Specialattention given to Subscriptions to Papers, Magazines, Etc., from allparts o^ the world. CeneralAgent for the Smith Premier Typewriter.^FOR LOW PRICES AND GOOD GOODS (HiTO PEA1KALL.The Grocer. Stapleand Fancy Groceries. HAY, Importedand Domestic Cigarsand Liquors. TELEPHONE326. GRAINAND^FEE...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 24 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894 TheColored Citizen. i-.ikm KvK.n Monday IT thecolored citizen publishing co. OrrcE137 N. Main Strxkt. Advertisingrates furnished on application. termr: OneYearB SixMonths- 1 00 ThreeMonths * Enteredas second class'matter Septemher^1st, 1H^I. at the Helena, Montana, PoHtofflce. HELENA,MONT., SEPT. 24, 1894. Wecertify that our total issue has^aggregated 7/500 copies.^COLORED CITIZEN PUB. CO.,^Per J. P. Ball, Jr., Editorand Manager. 18HHALL1TESARE WE. Man1h liorn unto trouble, .is the sparks^fly upwards. Trulymay these words be applied^. to colored Americans. We have only^to enter the pathway of everyday life^to learn the peculiar force and appli^^cability of the above concise state^^ment ot our case. Every man's hand^is apparently raised against us. No^matter what our abilities, qualifica^^tions or merits may be, the very mo^^ment we launch our bark into the^current of daily life we meet with ob^^stacles and counter currents. We^would not have re...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 24 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. theColored OmZBM, orncKNo. 1J7N. Main Strkbt. focaland gerootml. Montanacan beat the world for^fine fall weather. Whenyou need any job printing^ring up I*^8!i * Frank, telephone No. 9. If1 get elected I will look after^that matter for you.^W. B. Thomp^son. 1like a four year term, especially^when I am in the middle of it.^Hon.^John Bean. Ilost money in this business, but^I'm going to please the boys and run^again.^ Chas. Horn. Ofcourse I'd rather be state super^^intendent, but I'll hold on to this till^tKi.^Miss Reifenrath. Ilike a little opposition. It warms^me up. I don't like a plain walk-over.^Yes, Hi get there by a safe majority.^-Sheriff C. D. Curtis. I'vepledged myself to get a better^office when I get elected. I also ex^^pect to get the votes of all the carpet^and furniture men in the county.^8.^A. Balliet. Ihate to let the old International^go, but I told Marcus I'd not be very^hard on him, so he is going to vote^for me and give me the...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 24 September 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, SEPTEMBER 24, 1894. CONTESTFOR THE CAPITAL TowiiofAnaconda vs. City of Helena \\D|HK PKIPI.I: OF THE STATE UK^MSTARli PlainFacts and Figures For the People^~on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena. Nowcornea the city of Helena anil^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to l^e made the perma^^nent capital of the state of Montana^sets forth the following reason why it^(Helena) should he selected as the^permanent capital and why Anacon^^da should not, viz. 1st.Helena is located jjeotjraphic-^ally nearly in the center of the state,^while Anaconda is situated in the ex^^treme southwestern corner of the^state. Helena can therefore be con^^veniently reached from all parts of^the state whereas Anaconda cannot. 2d.Helena is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging in^every direction. Anaconda is isolated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^several trans-continental routes,^while Anaconda is ...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 1 October 1894

TheColored Citizen. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol.1. No. 5. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1894. $2.00Per Year. D.S. HODGE, SiLES -A.3-EXTT FOE WANAMAKER^ BROWN, of Philadelphia ATS THEROYAL TAILORS, of Chicago.^Now Fall aqd Winter iamples Just |eceived D.8. HODCE,'22 North Warren St. THENEXT ELECTIONS THE HOME MARKET BULLETIN RE^^VIEWS THE SITUATION. THELHTEST STYLES -A.1TDTHE LOWESTPRICES IN CLARKE^ FRANK, SHOES. MontanaShoe Co. T.H- CLEWELL, BOOKSELLERand STATIONER 60N.'Main St., Cold Block/Helena, Mont. OAREUBiA FULL LINE OF Books,Fine Stationery, School SCHOOLSUPPLIES. Books LADIES'AND GENTLEMEN'S FINE POCKET BOOKS AND PURSES. TYPEWRITERSUPPLIES, BLANK BOOKS. Specialattention given to Subscriptions to Papers, Magazines, Etc., from allparts oo the wortth uid GeneralAgent for the Smith Pr^^k Typewriter,^Dakotaaare tfiat thejfcoubAican, .^* ^cilikely to gain two-thirds of all that the tH FORLOW PRICES AND COOu GOODS OOTO Stapleand Fancy Groceries. Importeda...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 1 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 1, 1894. TheColored Citizen. IiwuidEvbkv Monday st THECOLORED CITIZEN PUBLISHING CO. Orrcs137 N. Maik AdvertlsinKrates furnished on application. TERMS: OneYear^** W SixMonths-I 55 ThreeMonths ^ Enteredas second clasM matter September^1st, 1^M. at the Helena. Montana, Fontofflcc. HELENA,MONT., OCT. 1, 1894. Wecertify that our toted issue has^aggregated QOOO copies.^COLORED CITIZEN PUB. CO., PerJ. P. Ball, Jr., Editorami Manager. IHE NEXT LEGISLATIVE. Everyeffort should be made and no^stone left unturned to elect a sol id re^^publican legislative delegation from^tl.is county. It is a matter of na^^tional Importance compared with^which all else pales. It may be re^^corded with certainty of fulfillment^the t if the republicans of this county^fail to elect their eight nominees for^the lower house that their is great^danger of the low of the legislature^on joint ballot. Theref or there should^be unity of action among the several^aspirants t'or senatorial honors...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 1 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 1, 1894. fgE COLORHD CITIZEN orri'k n^. i:^N. Maim St^sst. ilocaland personal. Whenyou need any job printing^ring ui^ Bo^ * ^rank' telephone No.)). Ourcollector has been turned loose,^please have your 50 cents ready for^him. Gentlemen,one delegate should not^represent two precincts.^Chairman^Word. judgeJoseph Davis, who has been^spending a few days in Butte, re^^turned Friday. Theequinoctial storms this year^have been postponed by consent until^after November Oth. Theweather is pleasantly cool with^blue skies in the day and occasional^light showers at night. JudgeW. H. Hunt returned from^Fort Benton last Friday, where he^had been holding court. TheCitizen's blade is keen and in^^cisive. Let it be thrust whenever^necessary.^Judge J. Armltage. Wehad a pleasant trip on the ex^^cursion. Yes I wore this Helena^badge there and back.^Logan Smith. Wouldn'tpandemonium reign if all^three candidates tor county superin-^tenlent of ^chools should get to talk^^ing at o...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 1 October 1894

% I THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 1, 1894 tunfHE GRPITHL Townof Anaconda ts. City of Helena 1D m PF8PLE OF THE STATE W^MONTANA. PlainFacts and Figure* For the People^on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena. Nowcomes the city of Helena and^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to be made the perma-^nent'capltal of the state of Montana^sets forth the following reason why it^i Helenaj should be selected as the^permanent capital and why Anacon^^da should not, viz. Ut.Helena is located geographic^^ally nearly in the center of the state,^while Anaconda is situated in the ex^^treme southwestern corner of the^state. Helena can therefore be con^^veniently reached from all parts of^the state whereas [An;.conda cannot. 2d.Helena is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging in^every direction. Anaconda is isolated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^several trans-continental routes,^while Anaconda ,1s dependent wholl...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Montana, United States
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