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THE COLORED CITIZ
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VOL. 1. No. 5. HELENA, MONTANA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1894. O a. u.
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THE NEXT ELEOTIONS
THE HOME MARKET IIULLETIN WI
VIEWS THE SITUATION. "
a~lt a 2me* Nao as so re0ss81
Se shoula week W ms--sU-plll
UnYed sear `stmassb . Be = mUe.s
Ummr. andd Week RasMl
All the members of the aest conupe
aretobeeloeted on Nov. 6. Leglsh
taus are to be chosen in Augst, Ab
tember ad November, which will hve
the election 88 United States amU
tors If either hio besases Depulhe
an, further bed legislatmin a be MeI -
ed. In the event of a straong Repale
verae It I. probable that evm te pe
ent coaps will not m cmooed to pss. s
hg very amagingu delu the
ashot semian that will remain for tL
Thes is a feeling that the Iep.bH
ae me going to sweep the county li
ewr, and theywill if they y. uat
here are a few gares which show that
it will not do to be too coeldent These
are 885 members a the pramet hoe
at whom only 1a8 ae iepubleam N
will be sen that thee is a g t deal
to overcome The Demnorat espeat to
bold newarly or quite all of thdr I1l
ram the south. If they hold thn ll,
they will aneed to get only mare a.em
5 northern states to hold a ma ty.
The Republicas must crry three to
one of the northr distrleots a acer
But as a large number of Dems ae
In the preesaent hos received oly small
pluralities and a publM oplaim hbas s
dergone a revolutIan It ti be Mevda
every elos distriot will go Repabia
this year if proper attention s given to
it A Demooratio loss throughout the
north proportioned to that mastated It
special elections in New York and Ch
district. this year to fall vacancwes
make the net bo srongly spu
a. Besides we expect some gals Ao
The Populate, who have 14 mum.
bers the present bees espest to ahb.
at least 40 in the nat This eleaul
tin, however, is all tih air
Ilem isa the wane in the ocontrl
triots dwe the ralroad strike ead r
advies hrom Kta Nebraska ml the
ae (L h the raYhi -a
two-thr d i al at
Populists los In the large Sitles, bow
ever, the Populists now seem likely to
win the sriking labor voe fom the
Demoorat This may be contemplated.
with serenity, beaouse the bange will
only be to anotheralls. It is aly
when they win votes from the epube
as that the country is edangese
bhould they have 40 member, mostly
won from th lepablloe, they would
arve the balanse at power a the mest
-. ad!-, d e ase o MA aledj. r
tion should be thrown into the boas the
situation would be at least disqLetisg
Those snators whose teems sr.e
with the present congres asollows:
Morgen of Alabama, R; Berry of
Arkane, D.; Woloott Coloremd a;
sHiggins o Delaware, R.; Colqults
Georga D.; Shoup of Idab IL.; Col
lim of Illinols, ; Gear a Iowa R.;
Martin d Ramse, D.; Lindsay Kem
tuoky, D; Cafery of Louia n D.;
Prye of Main, R.; Hoar of Mambu-h
sett, R.; McMillan t Michigan, i.;
Washbern of Minnesota, R.; Walthall
at Miniulppi, D.; Power at Mante.4
3; vacany to be Alled; Mandrsona
Nebraska, R; Chandler ot New B.mp
shire, .; MoPherson of New Jersey, D;
Bansom of North Carolina D.; Dolph
at Oregon, R.; Dixon ot Bhode Island,
R; Butler of South Carolina D.; Petal
new South Dakota, I; Harris a
e D.; Coke of Texas, D; Hu-n
ten of Virginia, D.; vacaney in Wash
ington; Camden a West Virgini D;
Oarey of Wyoming, B.; vacancy tobe
aere are 14 Demoosta and 16 eps.~b
lians, with three vacanoems in state
now partly rseprsented by elpublioa
Rhode Island has already elected a
publican ooowemor to Mr. Dixon, anad
Oregon has cbosen a legislatar which
will re-elet Mr. Doiph. Glaning over
the l, a seatnow held by alepub
lican looks haky, and on the coatrar
there is remoa for believing that all
the vacancies will be filled by Repubhl.
am, and that protetonis.s t of t Be
pablia are likely to come from Ala
bama, New Jersey and West Virglni
with the possibility at one from Ten
am But In any event the seate will
be close, and the Popullas now there
will continue to receive attentie far
beond their merits unless they improve
The obvlou lesson of the foregoing
aot for Republicans to obmrve is that
we mnst work to win. It is impeorant
to look after all the olose distrioct south
M well am north. It i amsstaketoteat
the south or even our largell oita for
icu constrie or hopelem .elds laery
eandidate who will not declare for ad
quate and impartial protectian should be
opposed, and if he is opposed vigaoresly
there will be a good many ermpeies
ther important leon of the hoar
s harmony. Men who are Repeblimes
i" the maitn should bewolly so this
yea. It wa third partyn and ide
---es which gave the country to the
Demooracy in 189, and whit a ferfal
pric the eop have pd for itI Be
a- wln l ever Jws any me `
rm so longsa e eont.mor the pure.
prky d people is l dng. There
Sathe few who han undertakes to
"aahr thegEpblican party" in order
to aberb it houald Brat mah the Dsm
oDasl the Populle the anarchists Ya
a.e other lement which, through
omblation with the ohers, is a mna
tiemal mimo The peosple haw bees
-rought ear enaugh to danger l ye.r
Sthat they will have little palmse
with tholn who make diveralson wh.
a.ll lood ma should tand in Ilma Lee
all the new hope s go unilwe have
.ads bfeedom, peac and paepea.iy n
I tm trMS
PITHY POINTS ON SUGAR.
& Few sirae !!se ammeNsenate ae. ae
-s L1 1e. Te.,we.
Under the MoKialey tarif the Amer
len peope havseared fe sage. T"h
traur departmen esimated our pop
ulatlan July 1 at 68,897,000 pasera,
ot per capita oa~amption of sager at
1SS3 pound., and our tosal onumplson
uSgar at 4,,848,0,500 pounde
SThe total valw ato thee 4,848,300,.
00 pounds of raw gar at an aee
pri.a aoents per pound would be
$119,488,1. An ad valom trlfed
40 per oest upan this muwould be
T47, 7, 804. Ths would be the wtant
of th direct auger ta span the bteak
tb table at the people without adg~l
may qesle or dlfe.emsal dutyps
nd apar. This tar ha beean propse
the Demooetcl repreesntatives i
D1um N n6a i
Th inaterest upon the natioal debt
hr the year ending Juane 80 108, was
O,878, 11. Tbedirat eu.e tewould
b mere tan double tnhat amount The
Demoratile repremnatlve In cogue
gople to impose upon eary peaso in
the cantry a diret ugar tsof d 0
mnts per capita compared with the
M eo bclyr ts f pay.mrt dIn
t as the national debt The eser
te will be double the paymets meo
my to ausiala er national hoor and
The p.a.rm s r pn, o s mab
he United State goveramet during e'
eaIn-1W7.98-4veraged $1.0 pe
esplt d our p- **a The - tla
oposearl the Derogratie reaggggs
et do the averge per eqto s amct-m
al the dhde of d atheir esutqy.
o0, e189, wa$t9O, 148,, O The
eagr ta of $4T,.TS,304 will ad - al
most . 5 per cestto the .total th ae
dtlte collooted upon all our import
THE DECREASE OF OUR DIST.
ade lpee.etlom We a.sntned Ourd a--e
me sememes our " e
Not only do a nation's or alnvidi l's
mnet show progrem and prosperdy, but
the liabilities and their natre shuld
Y WeLL Ou weam r _
ving1 have been tabulated d i on
pad with those at previous parlod. all
pseinr oeu marvelous prom aundesr a
proaetive nte. But every matis . ha
a debt, and the United sts is no en .
emptio to the rl, thouagh the showing
made by our country is mat atisn.
tWhil fore nations have Iesed
their dbt, w have, in the amine period,
deoreased ours by nearly the smma
amount a the foreign debts have in
eased. The average annual deorse
In the ational debt of the United States
during the last decade exceeded $100,.
000,000. The dreasw per capita of
combined national, sate and local debt
during-the eame period was froam 60r7
to $8. 87, while other statistics showed
that the value of property u=eed for
tation Incresed meanwhile from $17,
000,000,000 to p5,5 00,000,000, or 50
per cent, Indicating a redution o debt
and an inurea of wealth unprecedented
lanmoder times. o it is that prote.
tia woraks both ways. It not only tin
aseNs our aset, but derees our lie,
The thre. t free tradei lumber hm
cmpletely dmcalised the lumber
trade l every sectlo ao the contry.
There hae been stagnation in the build.
m tbade, which, together with the un
ea y as to future values eassed by
del tI the tbait " has aut
eaIrmteile td dapat the mllk
As aeueaems thee Low bm man I N
idl lambarm.m, aid hlwdis-.-liiW
hlh. Two yes ago Mthe lamb.mn
ia Geegia wee rom $1 to
$1.sl per dt. but lI.Sltim been
only reodving from 10 to N mte or a.
tll day's work. Amd tht the lhao
i $3 or $ 1T a was does not
compensate them In ag o anpm
the. may be i tha ale gods.
They begin to pprate that jaromaon
for lmber also putIaiso for lam
bemean, and thby wnder If the m-ue
ear a re trade has hei cam a
lose ot IS or a week sh aer malauge
what fetrade islidwill d' T'hs "ob
lesso" b m brild g tio sa es
isanbeme eer I s ides at peas
THE SILVIER RPAL
awn aSeampswoseuss1 alb
Presidet Cleveland called ograe
-I specialal as n Aug. , 100, , ma
at totbem his musge la whl.h
"The e.xitmene as alemlag md
~etra ary biademi ae, avo.v
lag thiwelfam aend poseriy all one
peopl, has com anamd a to all
bnoo samep wit abdmn t l
gae a basth e peodpsls a ame.,
trs, with umsnl ina11Yhalo to 106
isavestment e with uMya a
mee to belaeulm e magie niely
Snawnidal ditra and have be"
upon evea y Mai lmm U
lastltution hba muqndid beatI
abaudat sawste ween immot et
available to meet thedo mat
a* epose la d e--_--
adt lev a mlh a asp
hand te moma thy -e mealr ma
ian to liam, and ths pgagd i n
masel belnse. en a pd is b d
the secritis thy er sor loamy
though hereatoforne aat , a ms
uge aro ed. Valu Its _ -be
aed em .a beamilang a
losa and failre h oave ivaed - e.y
branch d bad en . b lIeew .is
Waga em lý m.able to
aeon bs acosged divrot i to
Of thio elm in lde taen " in the
i emos at m t pa Idt/ I
n"sh lh.. .m 16li b
Ian moordane with s ayt se. -
"..mead aio o the matelest homes
MltN lws lakee to elpwel the
pucasing eaai athe palrde the
whip aed pur ii poe leadership it
was oed therough shJaianSm14a
ame, itsamime pntar a lal*
Vlea.,ls soused. aeam" a
give an back mat "hee colaa" was
bambled mader foot ad the cmman
i the pWN, anloorts eatorepd. Ther
ad becpg a - a Ma. 1, 188 ad
Dy thea am thie se thi colape
m not allowed to hav, them coined,
and te govarment mpar t sola any
mrae without sathoiti ad law. Not
even the bllio In tM e easury or the
eselownge or pe emas the parhemas
f a ibver cansbe d t l Ifwas ia vais
the bilveer mn a the h omea mmaute
prromted. Not a skeadJaM n
could the ely Ind steo "tTree liver
colnage" te prouedy silver pay
ha given the cod ant ither oiaa.
diarel and fear -s t away? Has e
drain si gold oem the t emory neased
ase thlere en any Improvement e tas
past eo matha If nat, Lis t o not be
came the presidat was adsak slav
some other came produted te evilv lI
rnogt iet ear Demoforaic mirle ad
not slter purasng the sourpe ei the
INCREASE IN SALARIESOF DEMOCRATS
2L n Crewbs W k e t Le OeSt see
Admasesrate.s or IPeNssh Clwvm~i.
The minister to Belgium i increased
from 1,500 to l14000 praanaum, airt
msistant eecretary c sate is increased
$1,000 per annum, secretar of th legA.
iMa to Mexico Inreed $80 per ian
sam, minister to Switamind nreased
$1, 600 per annum, oatinaget expems
of foreign ministers lcreased $14000,
two new mseaaria legation created
at $1,800 each, malag a total Increase
in the camnsolr nad diplomatlo bill .
The river and arbor bill was In
creased $11,478,004 the India bil
was increased $1,478,000, the postooe
bill was ncreased $1,83U,000, the hir.
t.oeat.e bill $216,000, the total In
crease o seven approprilion bills
amoUtling in all to $19., 88000.
Tum Johmas e WASr.
The BSa. Thames Johnson d Ohio I.
m ardent Demoorat and free trader
the most prmoancoed typa It is hard
for some prsotectlatat to believe that
am-thing good cold esme froim ne so
unbalanmd In judgment as to podlim
bM solf a bees 5ir 5. *e.sr ' C
Hb cum t G l~-fI'~ t
La the - ~id 1
doe this gyam buwº~
tla tb rrw .
!Dept for >w
W.r It bus d 6sb.
the land who vi I
obbed by our D-em--ut U
a whe om tads "b hi
three pounded _- rJselha
by billbeo, N W N irs
ll, fot the sins- Me C
thee bii lip.
miaor fsoss cr~e ýýý
ttYb peoied th d
Itbean hem -1
be b a D. s
n-rn- iv ~llij(
pIed be - .w""
- 3A ý
i ..ee hemIa
beerl nd l
et~a steeled ý Iha1T
star/ Der r b
theory to a
1% at whom i
Latams ed W~
frl aid" 1 YL
NO l it
who Iul oallalp !
-ab ner uM0
he pi d hb
beeaempile t i
piledy whic I ol a l t
Bat bae lik aM
waen f wth soa~a1fý b1
broed tohue Iapthi £hsb.a i
the biatter pd
heldti the vi a1a 4 b
Bbreeme bemeI SUb~ b
the Ms cup",iw
--. umNs alet Wht LOSigtogme me
a diet ewie Uts -· L
The politidam ed p.ma -g
but what the peqoe a d - ae w- .
lag for is the -beAt o ~m -
sead from a et tn la waih
the prmms .
When af w. team-.
irated Ma" 4, 1U84 tis S -
the Soal year, w.tb m ham N
showed ane - eqa bewane setf
port. of $, 700,0o, e. N ether weWk
the balance of ae hr o he ream ds m
ilg June m0, IAN e lS I , wai
as to the amoams d em $4 000.
When Mr. Hauriam dmsi M bat fit
eR year, June 0O, 1N4, toi hbees.
trade had oome bak to the United
btote., and our eaime was $1.1,.000,
000, so that In amtramlig he farusla
trade under the blat yea f Hanlram's
administration with the iat year
Oleveland's adsadar we wha a
eormous abowlig. The idst a Ot 4
000,000 do loss IM. Olevelaid's two
yeam was wiped out, ead a surplw of
1, 640, 000,000 was IIn to the eedit d
Mr. Harriso's *ai m m u eme
g..-r . nre 1 meu i Ma..es
The New York Sa at Ae. ST is ask.
ed the followla:
A man made . 000 i the abt ha
t the year 1894 nid peat it beaon the
new tarif bil becam. a law. He wrto
to know if he shall be Lta for that
The new tari law will proade a
luorative bnsemo r eato m attmaar e
At a oonvetica in Wisouela a ew
weeks ago the party manags were
struggling to And a fm of elpnmei
aitable to be adoeptd as a Demoeead
platform. Some one suggested that the
ase the Chicago platirm fa 18s, m it
was Wr a had as- bern rn