Newspaper Page Text
THE COLORED CITIZEN.
orries No. ItSN. MAnI rlair. ocal and etreonal. MA" lwb fw tA COLDS. Oul*u Mv .'. When you need any job printing risg up Rose & Frank, telephone No. 9. Our collector has been turned loose. please have your 50 cents ready for Ims. Gentlemen, one delegate should not €present two precincts.--Chairman Word. Judge Joseph Davis, who has been pending a few days in Butte, re turned Friday. 'The equinoctial storms this year have been postponed by consent until after November 6th. The weather is pleasantly cool with blue skies in the day and occasional lIght showers at night. Judge w. H. Hunt returned from Fort Benton last Friday, where he had been holding court. The CrrTizN's blade is keen and in cisive. Let it be thrust whenever cecessary.-Judge J. Armitage. We had a pleasant trip on the e- cursion. Yes I wore this Helena badge there and back.-Logan 8mith. Wouldn't pandemonium reign if all three candidates tor county superin tenlent of schools should get to talk. lig at once. You'd be surprised to know how many of those Butte boys are for Hel ena. Lots of them want to come bere.-M. O. J. Arnett. Cole's band, with their sleek plugs sad excellent music, made an extra good showing last Monday as they marched down Main street. Yes, a free ride is catchy. I told Jim as oon as I could get my breath that Helena was good enough for us.-Mrs. James Crump. The CIrria does things up in fine shape. It's "a whip for the horse, a bridle for the ass, and a rod for the fool's back."-C. C. Newman. Jos. Myer, of St. Paul, was in the city last week. Mr. Myer, by his affable manner, made many friends, and a hearty welcome will ever await him. i.entlemen, I decline the nomina tion for surueyor. I am here to I~:k fter the interests of friends, but not to ask anythiag fot mus -Mmlm.G. Wade. I believe my experlence as county attorney for the past few years will be of great value to me. I now want to look on the civil side of the case. C. B. Nolan. The trip was ery pleasant and everything passe of nicely. The Butte crowd seemed about evenly divided between Helena and Ana Coeda.-John A. Lucas. I've been up looking at the other fellows. They've got the best looking man, but I believe we have got the strongest, and I think he'll get back by a safe majority.-M. A. Meyen dorf. Our committee will soon inaugurate an aggressive campaign. Look out, then, for the fur will fly in all direc tions. I like the way the Cirrzx gets after persons and things.-Gus Mahrt. My porter went on the excursion last Monday and he didn't report again for work until Friday morning. Of course I hak to get someone in his place, and now he's kicking.-Duke Dutriuelle. Colorphobia germs can't exist in our store. We carry only the best brands of liquors which we sell alike to oil classes at bottom figures. Your paper is as good as our "Old Matur ity."--Ed. I. Goodhind. I don't fancy making speeches' be fore an auditorium full of people. The boys knew this so they let me off easy. However, I expect to make a talk to every voter in the county be fore election.-C. B. Garrett. The Capital restaurant of your city refused to serve me Sunday night, Sept. 23. I demeaned myself in a gen tlemanly manner and I believe my personal appearance was up to the average.--W. N. Easton, Butte. The Herald, with commendable en terprise, has published in full the able speech of Hon. T. H. Carter. It is reIgetted that the other speeches de livered at the meeting of citizens last Wednesday night are not also pro duced. I don't like oficial life much, but I've promised my friends not to de Cline the nomination for assessor. I CeM I won't have to stay at the desk all the time, especially if I have a good deputy, which I shall surely do. -Jacob Fischer. I like to look a jury in the face after it's gives me a verdict. That's the way I felt last Monday night when I was called before the convention. But I es I'll feel still better after the people give me a favorable ver dict.- R. Purcell. For a little outing it was a very en joyable trip for the ladies and chil dren. I heard no capital talk, in fact we were so absorbed in roaming about the grove, dancing and so on, that very few of us saw much of Ana conda,-Mrs. E. J. Cole. I had two strong competitors and I feel very much lattered at the way my friends rushed me through. My business is right in line with the du ties of the ofce and I feel that I shall be able to give an effcient admini. tration.-Charles S. Mumey. The Staats Zeitung of last Tuesday had a very interesting article on the emancipation proclamation. Brother Naegele is an old war veteran and knows how to unfold the history of the important events of the late rebell ion as well as how to ably edit a first clam paper. The Teachers' Institute of this county will convene in the High School of this city, October 8, 4 and 6. The morning session will open at nine o'clock, and the afternoon ses lson at half-past one. There will be a most interesting programme by able and learned instructors. The colored people of this state should no more hold the city of Hel ena responsible for the one or two mossbacks who draw the color line, than the white people should judge all the colored people of Helena by the action of George Mitchell in the recent republican convention.-David Marks. Every courtesy was shown me. I was conducted through the smelting works and shown all the points of in terest in the city. Inever was treated better. There wasn't a word spoken about the capital contest. Most of the excursionists from here were ladies and children.-Henry L. War field. I think the theatrical season will be good this year. We shall have some extra good attractions and we expect to play to full houses. I guess I'll have to dust oN that placard "only standing room." October 2 and 8 the Past Mail will be on the boards and I look for crowded houses, as it is a great favorite. - Manager Jas. L Ming. John Herron, candidate for the legislature on the Republican ticket, was born In British India in 18M7, and came to America in early childhood. He graduated in 180 at the Univer sity of Chicago, and since graduation has practiced civil engineering. He was prominently identised with the construction and operating depart mants of the Motana Central rail way from its lac pUo unti until March 185, rsince which time h.i has held the position of engnleer and surveyor for the Montana Mining company, limited, operating the Drum Lummon mine at Marysville, Mon tana. ouIy s.mi. A' me M.mp 4e Eaees ef o*f*a - -n. -u-..r e. hAUmi GBiiNWl FrIi 1ITI.dAT. Hattie Grison is a sweet little girl with bright eyes, long curly hair, graceful form and pretty childish face and is a great favorite with all. September Sd was her fifth birthday, so her papa and mamma decided to let her enjoy it in the regulation style. On the eventful day Hattle wore an expression of wonderment and admir ation as she beheld her abode be decked with flowers rare and beauti ful that made the surroundings fra grant with their odor. Everything about the premises wore the air and appearance of a national holiday. While these sights suited Hattie's fancies, yet in the spacious dining room was a spectacle that met a re sponsive second from all the little ones present. Here, surrounded by a bower of roses and tasty decorations was a long and well-ladened table that groaned under the weight of cakes, candles, nuts, fruits, cream and otherdelicacies. At the call this sumptuous spread was surrounded by the following procession of happy little fellows full of joy and free from care: George M. Lee. Hattie Gris son. Willie Irvin, Jessie Woodcock, Charley Cole, Flossie Wilson, George Watson, Alice Woodcock, Raymond Hamner, Marie Dutriuelle, Tommy Hamner, Hattia Smith, Frankie Du triuelle, Mamie Smith and Nellie Clarke. After enjoying themselves to their fullest capacity they ad journed to the beautiful lawn and grove surrounding the honse, where games, simple and interesting, were indulged in When the hour for de parture arrived the little ones voted Miss Hattie a resolution of thanks, and wished her many happy returns of future birthdays. The little ones were chaperoned by Mesdames E. J. Burnett, J. Clarke, M. L. Evans, T. Hamner, O. Mc'Daniel, J. Mack and others, who, with pleasant smile and kind attention made the occasion all the more enjoyable. Of course the proudest pair present werelthe doting and loving parents, Mr. and Mrs. L L. Grison, who, throughout wore a smile that spoke louder than words of the tender love and admiration they bore for their dear little BHattle. LIATHrMU fT.MMl.u Mr. Alonuo Leatherberry and Mis Annie Heyward were married last Thursday night at the A. M. . church of this city by Rev. J. P. Wats.. The church was beautifully decorated and the profusion of rare and cestly flowers was a sight seldom enjoyed is this clime. At the appointed time the bride and groom arrived isn an elegant carriage and were mt.c by four ushers in full evening dress, who escorted them on a carpeted pathway profusely strewn with fragrant flow ern, amid the strains of the wedding march, to the altar, over which was a beautiful arch of rare Sowers, to which was suspended a large bell, consisting of choice and fragrant roses. There, in the presence of an audience that filled every available foot of space, the manly groom and comely bride were made oue. At the home of the bride a reception was afterwards held. where a large num ber of friends were entertained in a most royal manner at a feast unsur passed. After the receipt and inspec tion of presents, numerous, costly and varied, those present enjoyed the dance till the small hours, when, with best wishes, all departed, having spent an evening long to be remem bered. The bride has resided a num ber of years in this city, and is well and favorably known. The groom is also a great favorite, and for some time has occupied the responsible position of head man of the dining department of the Hotel Helena. The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leatherberry vied with each other in their eforts to make everything pass of agree ably. Mr. M. O. J. Arnett deserves special mention as the chief decor ator of the church, the taste and beauty of which called forth so much admiration. The Cr.sm extends hearty greetings and a happy future to the newly wedded couple. sebmih.b fi a e.., only Aft mee. /l AS 11SNID 13 flIPN fi 311 -idla d II. This Philipsburg man is entitled to the rake-o.· They Ailed him with Anaconda whisky, toil m-bast stories and he writes thusly for the Standard: To the 4ditor of the Standard: Having seen in the, Cao0oaD Oav six several re 'why all colored voters should sup Helena for the capital, I am c pelled to say that any colored m who votes for Helena votes agai " own self. In Helena A considered better thit netro cit -s. Some years ago the Slored idren nla Helena were not alloG a blic schools with the white children. log hut for them to use as a school room, and one afternoon it fell down and came very near killing some of the children. After that they had a small brick house of one room, and the Helena people soon took it away from them to use for other purposes, think lag it too good for them to have. por a short time the colored citisens did not know what to do about it, and after much trouble a day was set apart for every man to vote to decide the question of whether colored chil dren would be allowed to go to school with the white children or not. When the day arrived for voting the irst colored man, so I am told by colored eye-witnesses, who .went to vote was shot down. Now, this is one of the reasons why Helena will not receive the colored vote. There are many reasons why Anaconda should and wi. receive our support for the permanent capital of the state. Before any col ored man in Helena or elsewhere votes for Helena for the capital he had better appeal to the executive of the state for the rights of a citisen while in Helena. A COLORED CrITIrN. Philipsburg, Sept. 18, 1814. It is true that long years ago there was a colored man shot in Helena, and so were there some whites shot, too. That was a pastime In early days, but they didn't waste their time shooting over such things as schools, churches and prayer meetings. This colored man who got shot and is re ferred to La the above fake. got into an altercation that had no bearlng whatever on school matters, or any thing else relating to color. At the time of the shooting in question there were no colored children of school age, or more likely none at all in Helena, so that strips the letter of its gist. The fact of the business is that everything calculated to work upon the prejudice of colored men is used to array them against Helena. We hope our people will not be de luded thereby. The CFrIZEN'S col umus are always open for inquiries and information, and we shall try to answer all questions propounded, in a fair and impartial manner. Letters signed by this Tom or that Dick or Harry carry no weight. A bona fe and honest citizen will sign his own name, or in cuase he uses a nom de plume he will leave his true name. In none of the numerous letters to the Standard has this been done. L isrB Ibr as t GS . Onig of tds. I have received several copies of your excellent paper. It is ably ed ited and just the thing needed in every state-fearless, bold and in every re spect abreast of the tlmes.-Rev. J. Allen Vlaney, Spokane. ed anl Ipi l I,.u hper Never has a vast audience been mere completely electrified, spell boned and enthused than the three thousand people who flled the audi terlum last Wednesday night. Ap patently in an especially happy trame ad mind, and enthusiastically earnest in a forcible presentation of the necessity of the voters of this state spurning and repelling the eforts of the Anaconda company to debauch the politics and people of this state, Mr. Carter fairly outdid himself. Theugh the audience had listened to several speakers and the hour was late, yet so enrapt were his listeners in the able and eloquent presentation of the issues involved in the pending capital contest that Mr. Carter at frequent intervals was cheered to the echo. We trust Mr. Carter may be able to spare time from his manifold prefessional duties to make a few speeches during the campaign. for wherever he may be heard there will converts be numerous. /.eu804 jbv IA. 00r o" Oty Ail of. 3185 BINTl JOYCEI h IORK 11 N CUTIONTY. We are pleased to note the arrival in our city of Mis Edith Joyce De Van, a cousin of our esteemed towns man, John 8. Miller. Miss De Vore, who is a resident of Preeport, Ill., is a lady of rare ability and charming manners and will undoubtedly receive a most cordial welcome. The fact that she comes here to occupy the chair of rhetoric and elocution in the Montana University is but to repeat, what those who know her best so ardently claim, that as an accomplished elocutlonist she has few peers In the leld of labor bhe has so aptly and wisely chosen as -perefesslos. We bespeak for her a id of such usefulness, and a recep tioe so royal, that our Montana will ere the elapse of the college year, be osme also her Montana. aI -m .s. man .ee m heis s A. albm ss.,. D sse m le eminss e, svr s ao lhsotes s su L ogusmss Davrd 3 OClbinm.s wse ba s . Ins DedS ls A , bshed syeus inda la ls 7Oten me Sbeass be abmeMs . In IMor he was umlwd *h to hebr of Twae ad has sagbeboon seln tn t0, law io Ia ae is now servlng his seesud tens suitugangrnaLet the stst Jelin rvhu te MRconvem. ine's n $us or sel esuer Ao i aelIba is .maate ethe sil im y laws that hes 4000d so mush ab inA A. QA. inamef. JOnuA I. MAIYL. - GAuTr UTA fstmmoa. H. Wm buma in Ockesibaty L Q, $1 ye.is ag, failedi h.w rd wan ralithi bto. bar in 1365. Hob. besur.ceu of both bhoms d c e ohua N. Myil, 3spbliom mcmi Is~s t EoYUstci a Deaaw,% M .arn ttred ofurss ounty mileb 51 yeu old. Zme1y n li hbe bcame amrilat and 1.hi took to batbsldlag. In 1990 he omoaasoed the ma~nuatoots d pma beb r and a..- , and bb plmt sow bum .ass a atgllt d 3, 000,000 haft badh. H. has a~mad a fat d `990,000 in the badess nor n d s. aA. n. Shandsome sdaft d Qmluq p ells, 51h inlne mow =ado the pave d DD, P. Us pbnw§6 doasdl d the Otad Amy d theBe pabhee- at b i bums in Obis.-ld bruI1L. (OR te bas o the ana aet I the s·P.. " 9tspba san" in b..-re 11ei and tn th front die w the wads: "B. F. Stephenson. Founds, d the G. A. 3 Boon 18 1638. Died u soum~rr. 1991." Tbhefrot tepilebeamthsGO. L 8 baigabrnthe smh die is a moantd cmann ad an emesiss, an thewe stile s i.. owwit md on"ebeinekin its outh, and as the a el.uele'g a EASY HOUSEKEEPING ACCOMPLISlHD IV APPLVING wS NElS PRINCIPLE. " meo m sevW Iseem lm im ies..e Fe-we.n remss*rn - WmWho Appude 3u eb e e 3m Urnuia hia oen made whom wom. Dmeuthe abiity is knowing how t datribute epod lty so 1t essy or oI ma only a eptes ls soe at da, btm onumstau mtlily to do a Pesitemt pouimlt of this consuemabrns evi týelms -etlesw a mnd s. b e a del.m - a well as thel mn.ataime ho ekeg Ida e t bsel hwse, I*M .n. woman In a thoean who evm w r.us to contemplate his best. 3e e at the number wieeda, r h, whyb a.i houe I. the re hr seslm wel r n world. uad n with w.nl Ir.*-d aIdmo who k i Mr tl a-- Seir 1m vidual labor to a alitm e~vriny. Thay pwm e.e women'm wor Is -so eadly i ~ and ezetng thaedt eaims to C s se. o sple ralts amU i l Yet It al oe aane, Mllrl i ian ould only take a bw peemal le sos In a well os esenting em Sir was soon sole ab pevment senset tl w m e pohiams whisk am Am mash pJ-al waetliw Abb . bulaer -s who armlh am alte a thorse who know how to make other people feel m iapuermns ad tr IImposed upon Seer, ad sr ame. tensth or mank ind sne Snarb bt sfe Ia dodgaing sepotlity Shee i. as emuh seal eeams Sm stimlatMag a mnsm at I In me's employen as Sm aesbally aeMiw Th r1 I haknow, aa tant to tea eotthet oat is se busy, bustling pr eh-e always aety and aliet, who followas er ismva over aase. hmbYelrmin rom.a dwn tll bedtew Sh is not smppoed to babs oohes oath but poe hrsrelf bro pret to sllar dl, p ae wewY Y , habns eagerly hedu takero oamte aessount at et u pmebaye kiteh e and kea.. m e aye qise S n tre meonags. If mea's wunka n - tearn, while weana'wohrksmeyesode. the bet Is evwry b bhe own. Tho r.im man ca dena his has at ell ma ndn m aasply Is benese he haews when mad whore ad how to pet In sss that 1s111 ale he knows how to make ose who work with ad under hm aldeiy ma owmable or their shaow at he lbae. Now, Si ease at a weans having oee sal small lldrm eand anly ame two na" with whisk to beeShe bhmes mai n W ii aiuheyr. as mime trne eas at be the chmse "rtm is to regu. Survanbt ses giwes msuml in. rebdatios, but Shay sew quik to appul ate at Si masin ugei to shieer all the seal ihibp egel. as means to sly ope heO ws vigilanseaY SthSan thtr bality Der She rneate Si dal beaks. Randling Se Sa t la tah haMSdd omMe as her b tIn C"ibeas" m - ye iuasl e am moush meeashs hr as ia Siren s always a uiuhid wring way to drae sgena a a counaneg hoes e ithll year-old daughter whae bIs t Si. aba chane Sie wae tus MSi vase snt atbed t the beuase eaneddiestk. mast be held unswngly to her dut. She mnl be taught at esan SaShe while ballfy maSs upon her fo Si faithful ds to Shnm for her, and Shu JsIOmeither th. mneat uosepniabilyr W them s at ene mnatia when she t tai aThes. prel Le sh l da ae with every loater Sa S hewLi Them should be s tue piqlag ot me Is work an anethur. Moet n Smush ider to do Setla them uses tham to follow oa a naeies maid. But the rally clever misbusr knows bet tei. She Sads a way of making She eerv nt answewule for hir mistakes and -o tinually satisfactory lm the performanr t hem tback. A bright woman whome seal has meka ed wlthils her beason of deestic rag larites worketd o e o llowing system, whichb pro delightfully imple and a Maely am-ous. She had, I seems, ben rsset mcer at a military lanpetion ad was mukh Impresed by the quick, buu asulike manner In whisk S.e lmtast was conducted. After wateming t odl sr Inspect beach soldier la trm s to his pe-sonal cra-e, armso te., soe on luded that something ot the muse might with advantage be applied to br Adnana.i nmn*,,** roll of ths Idea, the clever little m trae pepaed two liLm--eo for a morn lag drill, the osther for afternoon parade On the iest was set down in order each prticular hborebod hes that should be poperly done beone nae, nd eanb day at 11:80 o'clock the atims stalilmem wa called ouat for lapection. ret came the a ursemnad, mnuautma her charges ad ready to show a row asstly polished boots, leea, p4nk palms, white, well brusbed teeth ad sleek, shen tLg heads. The matter at bottom, gartse, magr nail, etc., wa wiell laooked to, and them the order to break mank l . The housmmaid eported lamps elmd, ducing dame, windows washed, and the stoak of pollhes, moaps and other requlie amnts of her department that wese needed e on hand. As the list of her tasks w st down In 61tall, thee war neer any danger of gloasing them overer folgetting to enmerate them. Umless all the uchm ber work was compleed by that hear a sadacotory explanadom was required be faes the gtrl could be eeused. Ldving In the country, a she did, it was n the management of her kithen, bow ev, that the lady foumd this book so great a eaomfot Neat colamas of kitchem n esttle jlgged her memory as to the thomamd and one little pantry details the lack et which newer ntrude thenselves stlthe dy's marketing I. do Cook epored blo wmasd ad drylng on the la., when the bhickeml weae ad, eows milked, and so mand nlahttum. As at 11 o'lock, o at 4 p.m. a afte moom parade developed the condition a all domestcL atalr. By that time the drudg e.y d the day should be done, mad Jus a men begin winding up their boslneem for astly bow everbthing etoo.-St. IAal Re For cleanIng out the corner in fnal tare and window sashe use hard wood ated skewer., meuh as atebthee m tM upa rse mttin pelperlg it t coor.ang THE YOUNGEST NAIL WAY MNMIMM u- 'mL3II KIAMB azhls ow dqlw KMlw.. IM peobaw th. IEWU maas Iah. w Iww. AiW r raw ol. t b eowhli r e dw Mealmesal.d n is te so id baSt outath o a dm 18 hN.L r elin it IS fto"am Jeat ja - M any road hat ittu IW 3r Arobit Is pulism% UU U1·- sawm pbult aiubIS as wood was balls te As l 1W 1 *- M who La At. Paul bmaw · Tb., a- tams e- N tM ua1 tie toe e at am:;;- e · t em fo e s I tltw sad h " a r ataeiqiul ChLddsrr~(i n o t a trols rood. Ir l ed w lo who ts.. I a Mi ** ýYl dso wdy whsk who ow = L* 1ON a* be e owIt s betu p the O tub a dms~lty whh u Iead Ms Ceammatiw mwllb wuth Ium F whe l. dhuaft-1 ui s esuE at ranee etp usa hr a uqutsuu.. sot AathbM .hthraig NI~Lumll~mthshlllhr suea 3ahby arnhe IS 1 usghaw who IS Mb I hcc t1 alla IS tht Ia 1117 peowd r, ma[ C M -ep euuagwf hb iS ekin te ML Ker .W tavs, syhe putub~s a~ autw l1AMYu~ uHmr s sal hIS sUUgf tusen. q l Ih L M .111m aem theo 0%6 .11eet - Aul ths fth al dis' thu Iususrnus mgeW A I thmseel b .Mb ~ i 'Itd w~~':qe emSN Yn And or Iw OWN r lwad1t d/ss m ka.,(O Erh w d i Lai kl tbsýtsdý '";, iat ..i.t oa et Ieuel 1'% "It weas wU W1ati ft haes That I soal baea the Ntmin hmwwlobg. gmswtmgs S Osbid.Itwasn't 0111at . The blEdr won Sa Ith Sam AMd I~ol coM ar h a MM inrkind of boora Idvs It ws s Vey elll lao To k asp awake bowhued I elod I ate a peppermint -r two 'flat that was eq wrong I know. All of a sudden Anthatskls And blee began Mis~b tuweek.ý Webad Pbhaw -M embld a And never mind Fubead 3ml;;. wav. It oeared to me I so w I. I walked graigh out the ooldr No ebild thus known 1 ON abt.. "To punish - Vw mo . untb r - I didn't ban heA lber lht¶,I Inot llowed is w and Nab ti makeup y r veaerdup. dear, I mate.t speak te thea-. 3dm and re tLht ina wa In hhm hiehm bM h drawing of a ekhiebe. ýAnesha ehhhim vamewaR gIn u.1 tht oe ikon eam h osue uic anohe shekaa .Nei. ' - hin t..' _ A lesad Of Th om Albert alwnys has aotes pet In hisa wbem be has the earace. dseein a WOW haled with ctton ap dpa Ib e eucdime& " My! Whit a 1.5at ersnaeal"