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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Colored citizen. — 8 October 1894

TheColored DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol.1. No. 6. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1894. $2.00Per Year. TheLargest,^Best Equipped PRINTINGESTABLISHMENT Inthk wkst is that ur Ross5t Fr^nlj HELENA. MININGCOMPANIES SUPPLIED WITH STOCKCERTIFICATES,^PAY ROLLS, . . .^TIME SHEETS, Andeverything needed. Mallor.ler promptly^attended to. FnrnishedRoom*^by the Day, Week^or Month MRS.V. TAYLOR, PROPRIETRESS 115JACKSON ST. Helena, - * Montana.^JJ. W. KINSLEY. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. DENVERBLK. HELENA,MONT DR.M. ROCKMAN,^Physician and Surgeon. Specialattention given tit ladle*' diseases;^also genlta urinary and private dliteasei.^Office^Foot of Broadway Helena. THE JERCHANTS NATIONAL BHNK, OFHELFNA, MONTANA. UNITKDSTATKH DEPOSITORY. Pnidin Capitalmm Surplusami Uiulivitltil PrufiU ^ ^I70,000 I..H. HKR8HFIELDPresident A.i. DAVIDSON Vice President * BON HKKSIIFIKI.DCashier i.P. HOWMAN,Assc-Cabaler Interestallowed on deposits left for a^specified time. Transfers of money made by^teleg...

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. — 8 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 8, 1894. TheColored Citizen. IssuedEv^ky Mohday by THKCOLORKD OITIZKN l'l'HI.ISHINti CO.^J. P. BALL, JR.. EDITOR .^^^ MGR OrrciirrN. MAiNSTKKn Advertisingrates furnished on application rum OneYear SixMonths ThreeMonth* iid Kntereilas sei ^^nd rla** matter September^1. 1MW. at the Helena. Montana. Pout Office. HELENA,MONT., OCT. H, 1894. |)0W^ \\ 11II POPULISM Populismis menacing this city, this^county, thla state. C-ood citizens^should awake at once to the threat^^ened catastroi ' e and crush It out^wherever and whenever its hydra^head appears. For concise statement^and pointed facts, the following ex^^tracts from a recent editorial in the^Seattle Post-Intelligencer ^^n Popu^^lism cannot be surpassed: Populismhas lost ground because^the people begin to see that it Is vis^^ionary, where it is not abnolutely In^^cendiary; its practical effect has^been to increase public lawlessness^and popular discontent among the ig^^norant; the ill-balanced or unarranged^...

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. — 8 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 8, 1894. L:Colored Citizen. orr K No. l:17n. MAlM8TR^Kr. |Theall-absorbing is8ue-^bury the^1 ilertf out of sight.^^I This campaign seems to be run on^Le shape and talent policy,^[when you need any job printing^l^e op BO^ ^ frank, telephone No. ^.^[-The people of this city and state^L aroused and the cry is down w'th^he boodlers. [ggfiatratlMwill begin Tuesday,^.t, ii. Don't wait, but put your name Dwnat once. |TleTeachers' Institute last week^|as largely attended and the pro-^ledin-js were very interestlug.^[public sentiment throughout the^ate li against a boodle campaign^Lrl the tide is rapidly turning Hel-^Laward. |Thevery booster who is now yelling^judest for Anaconda will, when he^\u in the booth, vote for Helena for^ure ^cussedness. IEventhe old mossbacks are getting^jgait on them and they have ceased^loaking and gone hard to work for elenafor the capital.^|The populisms want to start an even-^h' daily to be known as the Tele-^tam. They don't like to...

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. — 8 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 8, 1894. CONTESTFOR THE GflPSTHL Townof Anaconda ts. City of Helena ANDTHK PKOPLE OP THE STATE OP^mm \\\. PlainFacts ^nd Figures For the Peopli^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^nentYapital 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 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^venlentlv reached from all parts of^the state whereas JAnaconda cannot. 2d.Helena Is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging in^every direction. Anaconda is irola+ed^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^several trans-continental routes,^while Anaconda is dependent wholl...

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. — 15 October 1894

TheColored CitizeS. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. \oi.1. No. HELENA,MONTANA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1894. $2.00Per Year. TheLaigest,^Best Equipped PRINTINGESTHISiENT IN I'llK WKST IS I II \T ^ Ross5t Franlj MININGOslPANIES SUPPLIED WITH STOCKCERTIFICATES,^PAY ROLLS, . . .^TIME SHEETS. Andeverything needed. Mailorders promptly^attended to. FnrnishedRoom9^by the Day, Week^or Month MRS.V. TAYLOR, PROPRICTRtSS 115JACKSON ST.^Helena, - - Montana.^J. W. KINSLEY. ATTORNEY-ATLAW. DENVERBLK HELENA,MONT DR.M. ROCKMAN,^Physician and Surgeon. Hyrrialattention x 1 \ t-n l^^ ladles' illMMWi^also genttu-iirlnarv anil private dNeascs.^om. 'v-Kim it of Uroaclwav Helena. THE JERCHANTS NATIONAL BHNK, OFHELENA, MONTANA. initkii RTATM DKPOarrORY. illCapital440,0(10 Surplusanil I'liditiilnl Profits ^ M/il.DOU I..II. HKK8HFIKLI) President A.(.DAVIDSON Vice President f HON HKHSBTIKLD Cashier ' P UOWMANAsst. I'ahsler Interestalloweit on lUsjOSjlS left for a^specified time. Transfers of money ma...

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. — 15 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. OCTOBER 15, 1894 TheColored Cthzen IWFB1^ EVKKY MoNUAV mr THKCOLOKKl) CIT1ZKN 1M HMSHINO CO^j. P. ball, jr., EDITOR .no MGR. orrcr.\r, N. Main Artverti-liiKrates furnished on application TKKMS: OneYear SixMonths 1 ^ ThreeMonths SO Kntererias second . lass matter September^I. I*W. at the Helena Montana IV.stom.. HELENA,MONT., (X'T. 1o, 1894. 'Bestrong and quit yourselves likt^men ^ * * that ve be not servants ^ ^ ^^quit yourselves like men anil tight. Itis the duty of every good citizen^to buckle on his armor, wage unceas^^ing and relentless war, and do battle^in the van of the tight until a victory^is won, and the Anaconda-for-the-cap-^ital hosts put to Might and scattered^to the four winds. There must be no^temporizing, no parleying, but the^fight must be to a finish without quar^^ters, and there must be such a com^^plete and utter annihilation of Daly-^ism, bossism, corruption, bribery,^fraud and intimidation that Montana^shall in the future be an uninviting^He...

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. — 15 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 15, 1894. XheColored Citizen. ^ ^wiimh rat (MMNo. m N. Main MB L'ocaland personal. Don'tfail to register. Se-.that your friends register. Letevery colored voter register. IsaacSmith and family of White^Sulphur Springs are here attending^conference. Mr.and Mrs. Win. Birthwright, of^Butte, were welcome guests in our^city last week. Mrs.Hattie Adams of Deer Lodge^is here on a visit. She will probably^remain all this week. UobertLawrence of Hutte, the pop^^ular tonsorial artist, was over on a^dying visit last week. Thevisiting delegates of Odd Fel^^lows were very favorably impressed^with Helena and its people. Cole'sband, with their becoming^uniforms and headed by their gaudy^drum major, attract much attention. [xtthe colored voters of the state^vote solidly for Helena as a compli^^ment to her r^00 prosperous colored^citizens. Kd.Siinms, the popular restau-^ranter of Great Falls, was in the city^last week attending the sitting of the^Grand Lodge of Odd Fellow...

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. — 15 October 1894

THE COLORED CITIZEN OCTOBER 15. 1894. CONTESTFOB THE GHPITRL Tonof Anaccnda fs. City of Helena ID THK PKOPLL OF THE STATE H XONHM. PlainFacts snd figures For the People^on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena Nowcome* the city of Helena and^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to be made the perma^^nent capiuTof the state of Montana^sets forth the to .owing reason why it^Helena' shou.d ^e selected as the^permanent capita.'and why Anacon^^da should not. viz. 1st.Helena is .ecated geographio.^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 ail parts of^the state whereas Anaconda cannot. 2d.Helena is the railroad center^of the state with lines diverging in^e very 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 dependent wholly...

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. — 22 October 1894

TheColored Citizen DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol..1. No. 8. HELENA,MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1894. $2.00Per Year. THE ERCHANTSNATIONAL BHNK, OFHELFNA, MONTANA. INITKD 8TATK8 DKPOHITOH Y I'milin Capital .-- -^Siirphh imil I'liiliviilnl Prnfil* mm M7II.II00 I H HKHSHK1KLD Piesl.leut vj DAVIDSON Vice President ,^l^oSllRRSIiriKI.lt Cashier ,|- HOWMAN.Aast.d'ahsler Interestallowed on deposits left fur a^^pcc Hied time. Tiansfersof money made by^i, i, , raph. Exchange sold on the principal^, Itlr- of the I'nlted States and Kurop^'. Iloxcstin- rent at reasonable rates In our^m i- and burglar proof ^afe deposit vaults. ONTANANATIOMAL BRN K OFHELENA, MONTANA. CAPITALPAID IN $500,000.^SURPLUS $100,000. TI108.A. MAKl.OW President KOBT.L. MciULLOII. Vice I'reesdont VLIIKKTL. HMITH Cashier III. WKlrW'K\mt. OMMW OIRECTOR8. Tli.*A. Marlow,H. V. Oalen, Johnt. Murphy.Peter Larson. K.L. Met iilloh.Henry Hrutnolicr. DavidA. Cory ,K. C. Wallace. HermanHans.A. H. Wilder, NMmImKess...

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. — 22 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 22, 1894. TheColored Ctiizen. ISM'EDEVKHV MOKDAT BY THKCOLOKKD ClTIZl-N IM'HMSHIN'O CO.^J. P. BALL, JB-. EDITOR ^^o MGR. orrceIff N. Mais Stkeki. Advertisingr.it^ - furnished on application. 'I'I!U.MS: oneYear^ SixMonths I ThreeMonths * Kntcic.1.1- m i oml i lu^s nutter September^I, lstfi. at the Helena. Montana. Post Office, HKLKNA.MoNT.. ^ m T. ^. 18(U tiii.HMi tkWA nvaruM. WhoIf he that baa not at some^time gotten tired of the old family^physician and strayed off after some^quack who by lavish nse of prinncrs'^ink had unkeltered sound judgment^^Human nature is the same the world^over, and we tind men ever eager to^make a change with a view to better^^ment ot existing conditions. As the^victim of the medical quack gladly^betaken himself again to the true,^tried and faithful old family physi^^cian, so even will the victims of politi^^cal quacks seek refuge again within^the folds of that party which^has by long years of experi^^ence demonstrated its capac...

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. — 22 October 1894

THECOLORED, CITIZEN, OCTOBER 22, 1894. TheColored Citizen. omcaNo, HI N. Main 9tbkst. vocaland gevsomil. Mj\ht' rt h^ trleM to l^urcl,a!se v^t*s with oldi jtndat the '^lMt lhal ,K'was sold. Pon'tfail to register. Attend to it atpace. Cpt. S. A. Swiggett is doing some^rc Helena-tor-the-capital work. rpni is a campaign of argument^aml (-,lucatlon. Candidates, don't for^^get this pointer. jheColorado Conference, Bishop^Handy presiding, after being in ses-^,iim ,i week, adjourned last Wednes^^day nlftt. I'tttfor ('/links ^ Ilnitmnn. Hu, Hawkins, who was in attend-^;in^, mi the Colorado conference in^thi,, ity last week, will leave in a^fe^ days for Hillings. I, /t /or Judge- tVil/inm //. Until. MarionJohnson and Adam Tucker,^wliii have been doing the Big Black-^foot sectlOS for the past few days, re-^turued home last Thursday with lM^trout and two deer. Vtttf^'r John Hen on. Thatprince of good fellows, Ran^^dolph Murray, post barber at Fort^Cutter, cut a wide swath during his^visit to 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. — 22 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. OCTOBER 22. 1894. COHTESTFOR THE GflPITflL Townof Anaconda n City of Helena INDm i KiPLE OF TMK STATE UK wvnvt. PlainFans and Kigures For the People^on the Installment Plan ^ Why^You Should Vote for Helena. Nowcomes the cltV of Helena and^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to t^e 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 (jeonraphic^ally nearly in the centerof the state,^while Anaconda is situated in the ex^^treme southwestern corner of the^state. Helena can therefore he 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 uo'.ated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena hy a choice of^several trans-continental routes,^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. — 29 October 1894

TheColored Citizen. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol.I. No. 9. HELENA,MONTANA. MONDAY, OCTOBER 29. 1894. $2.00Per Year. THE ERC HANTS NATIONAL BANK. OFHELENA, MONTANA [TNITRDST\TKS DRPUSimBY lttid in lapilalMl into Sur|lus nn*l I ntlhitlnl Profits Minimi) iil Hl'.llsliriKl.li ...^v j. DAVIDSON HON DKKSDKIKI.IJ^I !^ IIOWM VN ..... Pi rsident^. Vict President^Cashier ..Assl ^ ( '.tli-lc i Interestallowed on ilepotilia left for i 1.1*iirted lime Transfers ol WNK) made liv telegraph.Exchange mm on the principal^, i^! tin- Hatted Male* and Europe. lloxestor rent .it reaaiMiaM* rates In our^Hi. and burglar proof tafe drpnali vaults. M ONTANANATIOMAL BHN K OFHELENA. MON I ANA. CAPITALPAID IN $500,000.^SURPLUS $100,000. 1HOH.A. MAKLOW MMT.U Mct'CLl.OH. vLltLKTI.. SMITH KIt WKUID K President CsnMet \s*tCashier DIRECTORS. Tkaav MarU.w.H K. Palss, JohnT. Miiri.lo.Ntst l#**sa, It.U JuVCiilfoh.Henry Hrstnobei DavidA. Cory,It C. *'al^ee. II.i nun, (Ihiih.A. II Wilder. Niebnla*Kes...

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. — 29 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER 29. 1894 ThhColored Ctiizen. issuedkvkky mobday n ruoouMBooRanwppij^twooo, J.^^. BALL. JH.. EDITOR mm MGR Drrci;ir X. Maik stiitrr. Advertisingrati--, furnished on application. TBBMSi oneYear*^ SixMonthsI 00 ThreeMonths ^ Knlercla- ^^^,mill i-l.i's matter September^I. Isv^. at the Helena. Montana. Host (.mice. HELKNA.MONT.. (XT 2^. 1KW. nilhi uiwtih numuRRi Thedecent people of this state ^^those who fear God and respect His^commandment*^those who have fam^^ilies and tiresides to protect^those^who hold precious the fair and un^^tarnished name of .Montana, are not^a minority of the electors of this^commonwealth. There lie dormant^in every community of this Union^forces potent that when aroused will^assert themselves in behalf of right^and justice^that will cleave to the^good in preference to the bail This^state shall not be an exception^thereto. The God fearing element,^the self-respecting element, the ele^^ment opposed to corruption in the^conduction of pu...

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. — 29 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. OCTOBER'*;29, 1894. TheColored Citizen. ,ttna* No' w N- Ma,n s','K,t,rr- ilocaland personal. /),.^ Mil'^ register. Therepublicans of Arapahoe^^ounty, Colorado, have placed two^^0^enM their legislative ticket /),,^/ ai/V/o rig*** TheMontana Mirror, edited and^HiblUhed by Messrs. Kerly ^. vVii-^ltaii^. ot this city, is among our new^..change*. It is neatly gotten up^unl ii bright, newsy and spicy. SUC^^CESS tO it. /,^^'/ /'^/ rrgitler. ,^;,.'( hand gave a concert and^ilreel parade last Friday. The music^jjwhI. the appearance of the men^lii^. and the fantastic gyrations of^ihr ilrum major captivating. Threehundred democrats of I'iercc^tounty, Washington, have joined the^Mi Kinlev club of Tacoma and have^,1,-, tiled to vote the straight republi^^can ticket from top to bottom. Cause,^lire wool, free lumber and general^disgust with the democratic party. Thepopulists of Helena and Lewis^aiul Clarke county, be it said to their^credit, are far above the average,^hut they ...

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. — 29 October 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, OCTOBER L^^^. 1894 CONTESTFOB THECHPITHL Townof Anaconda n. City of Helena iU iHi. PtOPLt Of THE STATE UK^HHYHM. PlainFacts aid rigures For the Peop.e^on the Installment Plan ^ Wh\^You Should Vote for Helena Nowconst! the cltT of^Helena anil^for answer to the petition of the town^of Anaconda to DC made the perma-^Mat'capital of the state of Montana^^ets forth the following reason why it^Helena; should l^e selected ait 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 isolated^on a spur. One can, therefore, easily^reach or leave Helena by a choice of^seveial trans-continental routes,^while Anaconda is dependent ...

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. — 5 November 1894

CULj ColoredCitizen. DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS. Vol..t. No. 10. HELENA. MONTANA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1894. $2.00Per Year. TH ERCHANT8NATIONAL BHNK, OFHELENA, MONTANA. INITKD STATUS l^KI^t iSITORY. Paidin i apilulIM imhi MiflWumI UMlivided Praflla ^ tUu.uoo I II HKR8HK1KM)President \j DAVIDSON Vli e President ^KON HKRSIIKIIM.I)Cashier Ir iioWMAJJAsst.d'ahsler Interest allowed M cle|H^sit^ left for a^uecMcd time. Transfers Of money made by^i. l. Bi aiili. KxchaiiKe Mild on the principal^, ,ilr- of the I'nlted Stales and Kurope. Uoxesfor rent at reasonali!- raten in oui^,,ie and burglar proof ^afe dep^ tit vaults M ONTANANATIONAL BKNK OFHELENA, MONTANA. CAPITALPAID IN $500,000.^SURPLUS $100,000. iiK ^h a. UAMU ^w fwmUmi MOST.L, HtCOlXOH,Vice I'resadent W.HKRTL SMITH t'aahiar KII WKIKU K Awt Cashier DIRECTOR8. I'll...t. Marlow,^John T, Muri.li)^It. I, MeCtilloh.^Duvid a. Cory,^Herman IIuiih.^Sii'holHx Kessler. II.V (ittleli,^Peter l.m^Henry HrHtnolM-r^It. ^'. Wallace....

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. — 5 November 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, NOVEMBER 1894. TheColored Ctiizen. ImrtboKvKitv Hobday BV THRroi.oUKU C1TIXKN ItTMJUHIMri (XX^EDITOR *nd MGR. J.P. BALL. JR. IIfKCK I i thepeople of Montana ami the whole^fountry tor the past few weeks, the^members of the Helena capital com^^mittee will ever deserve ami rightly^hold a very high place in the esteem,^admiration and love of their fellow^citizens whom they so faithfully,^consc entiously and patrioticly served. \lVI \ STHKKT. Advertisingrate* furnUhad oa ayasieslloa. Ilrs IIKI.I' KAl'H OTHKR. IK I! MS DMYear^^ SixMonth- 1 no ThreeM^iilh- so Kiitercilas'sccond i la-s matter September^I. MM, il tin Helm.i. Montana. I'ost Office, HELENA,MONT., NOV. 1H!^4. Till'.KIWI, HULL CALL. Thecapital contest has now reached^a point where men must put them^^selves on record pro or con. Argu^^ment has been exhausted and hoodie^expended. The former most admira^^bly in favor of Helena, and the latter^most lavishly for Anaconda. The^point to be decided by the people of^M...

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. — 5 November 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN, NOVEMBER 5. 1^*4, TheColored Citizen rocatand gevaonal. Siivir How county has m arly |1,IM^n-.j istt-retl voter*. Lewi*ami t'larke county has over^,,,u^iO registered voter*. Theladies have done nobie work in^l.ehalf of Helena for the capital. 1,,-wisami Clarke county should electa solid rcpabUcai Icfislatlfc ilelcfatlMi. Helenaasks for a fair vote and an^honest count. Give her this and a^majority will he assured. TwoUnited States senators are at^-take, so see to it that eight repuMi-^, .iu^ are elected to the legislature. 'Thereare to be sixty one members^Cil the assembly and thirteen mem^^bers of the senate elected on the tith^,,1 November. JudgeA. ('. V'otaw will succeed^himself. He is popular and every^inch a judge. His past record is sat^^isfactory and the people will retain^him in the position he has so accept^^ably filled in the past. His majority^will be large. MissMinnie A. Keifenrath, who has^made a most satisfactory county mi-^perintendent of schools fo...

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. — 5 November 1894

THECOLORED CITIZEN. NOVEMBER 5, 1894. I AFLIRTATION. Itwan about the enu of tho long vaea-^tlon. lie bad been Indiscreet no doubt.^But, after all, no harm had been done, and^now that business was beginning again^the incident would soon become a thing^of the past. He bad p A DO work by re^^maining In town, and be had been unut^^terably bored^that Is to My, at llrst.^Afterward he ^was not beted, but ho was^not quite comfortable. Ho hod met her^ftrst on the bridge In St. James' park. The^lultrinrssof that August night, thesmoth-^rred quacking of a sleepless dnok, the^large raindrop*, tho hurried step behind^him. the amall, pale face nud large, blue^eyes, pet-ring anxiously into the darkne-s^overh^^d, the sudden flash, the little^scream and the long roll of thunder^^these were their Introduction. Sho had^no umbrella, und she was really fright^^ened. He could not have done otherwise,^aud was t^iie to blame for Ix lng grateful^^In tlje flr-t instance he was not In fault.^In the cotirso of...

Publication Title: Colored Citizen, The
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