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THE COLORED CITIZEN.
DEVOTED TO THE InT3REST OF COLORED AMLERICAN8.
V,,. 1. No. 10. HELENA, MONTANA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1894. $2.oo PER YEAR.
OF NELENA, MONTANA.
I'NITED STATER DINP)I'STORY.
Yaid l I'lapital ..... . I, UW
surplus and Undilided Pruf11s 47170,W
I. .II II.HRH'iELD,).......... President
A J. iAVIDSON ... .... Vice President
~R tON HER3IIFIIID ...........C...ashier
'I I'. BOWMAN .. .............. A4,t..('ahsler
interest allowed on delndltw left for a
iwetlled time. Transfern of money made by
telegraph. Exchange sold on the principal
t iies of the United HtateM and Europe.
It.xes for rent .t reasonab!. rates in our
ire andll burglar promf safe depsilt vaults
OF HELENA, MONTANA.
CAPITAL PAID IN $500,000.
I 1111 1. A. MARLiW ......... ..... 'reuidint
HoBT. L. McCULLOH, . Vies Presednt
.t.iBERT L. SMITH .... . .... Cb.Lier
h H. WEIRI('K ........ .... Amt. Casher
'l'woe A. Marlow, H. V. Oaleo,
Jo T. iM y', Peter Irao,
David A. Cory, iLtRV. Wallme.
Hirman Oa, A. H. WUider,
Nicola Kesmer ('. J. MeNamara.
l. It. Fonrd.
OGneral lank.r S uslneus Transacted,
IN T11 WLIT Is THAT or
Ross & Fran I
MINING COMPANIES SUPPLIED WITH
PAY ROLLS . . *
TIME SHEETS. --
Andl everything needed.
Mail orders prompitly
by the Day, Week
MRS. V. TAYLOR,
116 JACKSON ST.
Helena, . * Montana.
J. W. KINSLEY.
DENVER ILK. HELENA, MONT.
DR. M. ROCKMAN,
Physioian and Surgeon.
"peclal attention given to ladles' disease.
alus genito-urlaary and private disear..
Ulce--oot of Broadway Helena.
The Anaconda Mining Company Does
NOT Employ a solitary Colored Man.
Dagoes and Foreigners are preferred
TO NATIVE COLORED AMERICANS.
Helena has 500 Prosperous Colored
Citizens. They own Thousands of Dol
lars of Real Estate and are Engaged in
every kind of Business.
Colored Men of Montana
stand by your Helena Brethren.
Vote for HELENA for the
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umanm .t Pabes. cO lame.
George M. Pullman, the palace car
magnate, was born n a farm at Broo
ton, Chautauqua oounty, N. Y., 88
years goa He starId in Ills y work
lg in a ountry ton fr $40 a ye.. He
wrnt so Chicago tn 1800 sO d ma
enn IL PUOLLMA.
mapU aa oastractor. Th1 hewmL
Pike's peak a gol parspear,
when he returned to Ohicago i 184 he
built his first sleeping oar. He has brs
building them evr since to soch good
prapse that he i now mmy imes a
mun~Ilonr a everybody baown
1w emeas r .1 mm,
David Oavermye, the D airiM
normIsnse do g
era- d Kamr
was barn at C.ir
olevll4 ao If
S184 sae d was ed
ucated at Aady
He was admi ad
to therlno 180
and removed to
Topeka a few
\ later. He
has be a e
atVD OVUM ba bed thelfegslra
tre and an uasus.esl canMidte fee
Major Edmund N. Mail, Mr.
Overmye's Republican oppoa t is aW
prominent G. A. L mm and is the as
thor of the Morrill pealua law new in
foroea e is a natve Malan ad is
MAJOR eDMNDo . unLan
88 years old. He moved to Kaasisl
1856. He served through the war with
distinction, was a state senator from
187i to 1876 and served eight years la
oongres. He 1is a banker and real a
Richard P. Purcell, the popular
democratic nominee for county at
torney, is making a vigorous canvass
and reports very favorable results.
He feels sanguine of his election, as
well as that of his entire ticket. He
proposes to continue working until
the polls close on the 6th with a view
to rolling up as big a majority as pos
Jacob Fischer, the democratic can
didate for assessor, is still making an
active canvass and his friends assert
that he is steadily gaining recruits.
If elected Mr. Fischer promises to
conduct the oticle on a strict business
basis and with an emcient corps of
assistants wiho will endeavor to main
tain the high reputation acquired by
the present administration.
.Mrs Maude Davis Baker, demo
,ratic candidate for superintendent
of schools, has returned from a can
'\ass of the county and gives a most
encouraging report of her prospects.
Everywhere she received a hearty
welcome and a cordial reception, and
judging he the kindly expressions,
well wishes, etc.. she will poll a very
large vote. Her friends feel confi
dent of her election hy a good major
The capital guessing contest for the
henetit of St. .hleph's Orphan Home
of thi" city i. a worthy affair and is
heing patronized very liberally. Make
a eues% and Win a prise.