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DEVOTEDTO THE INTERESTS OF COLORED AMERICANS.
Vol..t. No. 10.
HELENA. MONTANA. MONDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1894.
INITKD STATUS l^KI^t iSITORY.
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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
CAPITALPAID IN $500,000.^SURPLUS $100,000.
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INtrlk WICST l^ THAT of
MININGCOMPANIES SUPPLIED WITH
STOCKCERTIFICATES,^PAY ROLLS, . . ^^TIME SHEETS.
Mailorder* promptly^attended to.
FnrnishedRoom*^by the Day, Week^or Month.
115JACKSON ST.^Helena, - - Montana.^J. W. KINSLEY.
DR.m rock man
sneiial attention given to ladle.' dl-earn -^also genito urinary and private dUea-t .^OBcs^Foot of Bruadwa) H^l^ua.
TheAnaconda Mining Company Does^NOT Employ a solitary Colored Man.
larsof Real Estate and are Engaged in^every kind of Business.
ColoredMen of Montana^stand by your Helena Brethren.
Votefor HELENA for the^CAPITOL
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Dagoesand Foreigners are preferred
TONATIVE COLORED AMERICANS.
Helenahas 500 Prosperous Colored^Citizens. They own Thousands of Dol-
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GeorgeM. Pullman, the palaoe oir^magnate, wan born on a farm at Broo-^tou, Chautauqua oounty, N. Y., 68^yean ago. He started iu life by work-^lug in a country store for f 40 a year. He^want co Chicago In 1800 and mad*
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moneym aeon tractor. Then he went to^Hike's peak as a gold proapeotor, and^when he returned to Chicago iu 1804 he^built hia tint aleeping oar. He has been^building them ever sinoe to such good^purpose that he is now in my times a^millionaire, aa everybody knowa
WotGovernor of 1
DavidOvermyer, the Democrat!j^nominee for gov^^ernor of Kansas,^was bom at Cir-^oleville, O., in^1847 and was ed^^ucated at Asbury^university, at^Greenes* tie. lad.^He wus admitted^to the bar iu 1870^and removed to^Topeka u f*^w^yean* later, lie^has been a mein-^davio ovkrmyeb. ber of the legisla^ture and an unsuccessful candidate for^congress.
MajorKdmuud N. Morrill, Mr.^Overniyer'a Republican opponent, ia a^prominent G. A. R. man and ia the au^^thor of the Morrill pension law now iu^force. He ia a native of Maiue and ia
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08years old. He moved to Kansas in
1850.He rcrvcd through the war with^distinction, was a state seuator from^1872 to 1870 and served eight years in^congress. He is a banker and real es^^tate dealer.
HlchardP. 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^tbe polls close on the Hth with a view^to rollintf up as big ,i majority as pos^^sible.
JacobFischer, the democratic can^^didate for assessor, is still making an^active canvass and his friends assert^that be is steadily gaining recruits.^If elected Mr. Fischer promises to^conduct the office on a strict business^basis and with an efficient corps of^assistants who will endeavor to main^^tain the high reputation acquired by^the present administration.
MrsMaude Davis Baker, demo^i ratic candidate for superintendent^of schools, has returned from a can^^vass of the county and gives a most^encouraging report of her prospects.^Everywhere she received a hearty^welcome and a cordial reception, and^judging by the kindly expressions,^well wishes, etc.. she will poll a very^large vote. Her friends feel confi^^dent of her election by a good major^^ity.
Thecapital guessing content for the^t^enetit of St. Joseph's Orphan Home^of this city Is a worthy affair and is^being patronized very liberally. Make^a t^ues^. and win a prize.