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Tiltsilence of the csteemi-d Herald oh^mm exposures of the tric k of Um Ktat^ ^^returning hoard In keep even the elected^meiuliers from Silwr How county nut (if
theirseats in w thick it ild l^i out
witha knife
Dk.moikai^ Kin I rttpti 1.1 n-jiriM alike eun^tie thankf'il tip ilay the democrats that^the state hasn't Uieu stolen from them;^the republicans that neither Sanders imr^llerdilidil har^ lieen uhle to elect linn^self tu the I'mteil StateM senate m dt^llM uf pll I ^l if Hetitiineiit.
JohnBoon Hahrihox, a ntjmSw uf
president,has come into Ink inherit^^Mi that is. he has rcicired an up^point Illi'llt tu a ehoice place III the Kali
sat*city iiiiHtiiiiii e. 'I'he ippoiatiag of
liferhas only just reeeivetl Ihh t'otntlitfl^Bum It would he iiiikiinl. nut tu nay^discourteous, to say that there was an^understandine; re^ariliiiK the cousin uf^our own Kusscll II.
Out;of the things for which we of^Montana hIiouIi! return thanks tu day.^und tu UrM iih *cll, and fur all lime,^is that we have a governor who cannot^Ik- I^tii ^ ^^ t or coaxed hy the conspirators^who are trying to overturn the reHiilt of^the election, even though the conspiracy^has the HHtiction of Benjamin I Ian imih,^hy virtue of accidental circumstances^president of the Tinted States.
itappear that Campla-ll, Sherman Hiid^^tlicrs were pecuniarily concerned in an^effort to have a certain patent liallot^liox adopted hy the government as a^part of official election paraphernalia,^and for his part in concocting the fraud^ulent scheme Wnud was ap|Hiinted^sim ^ke iMptotOf of Cincinnati ii|a m^recommenilation of (}uv. Foraker^Messrs Sherman and Butterworth hare^joitied with Mr. Campbell in a prosecu^tion of \Vi^m1 for forgery, and u|mhi the^trial it is ev|h-cted the whole story of^I'oraker's connection w ith one of the^most despicable of recent politico crim^mat plots will come out. The hlatunt^governor is politically dead beyond Iiojhj^uf resurrection, hut .John Sherinan does^not stand among the mourners
TlMre rated pensioners employed in^the pension bureau are being uiudt' to^walk the plank one after another, ami^yet in accepting re ratings they only^followed the principle of the present mi^tional administration that ^A public of^lice is a private snap.^ Harrison con^^tinues to provide for impecunious rela^tives at the public crib, regardless of^Bp|s'aranees and of the principle he is^enforcing in the case of pMMaM bureau^clerks.
Acomi'Anv of Iowa Methodist clergy^uien discussing the i| nest ion of loootiag^the denominational state university the^other day, showed Ihemselves the peer-^of the Helena city council when it came^tu the matt4-r of calling names and im^pugning the veracity of one another.^Heretofore the supremacy of the Hclctiu^councilmen in this direction has not^been ipiestioned; now that it is assailed^an may look for a fresh outburst from^the citv fathers.
Ib.nvi.iMM s Tom Carter will give fer^rent thanks today that Montana has^an holiest democratic governor He^found himself in Washington without a^proper ^ertilicate and telegraphed back^for one yesterday. There are contlict^ing authorities as to who shall issue^such certificates, and (lov. Toole, had hu^liven a man of the returning Isiard type,^might have taken advantage of ttH'hhi^calitles and left Mr. Carter nut in the^cold. Hut the governor isn't thitt sort^of a man. The certificate went to^Washington hy I.e.' night's mail, and^the congressman can eat his turkey^with unlet mind. And here's hoping^be will swear off misrepresenting the^Montana democrats for at least this^day.
Tin.house of representatives did good^work yesterday, and the democrats^deiiinnstrated that they were alive to^the public interest by their timely ac^^tion on the silver and mineral laud^questions.
Thediscussion of the Silver How elec^tion contest w III lie followed w ith close^attention by readers of Imth parties.^The democratic party has nothing to^fear from the fullest and most rigid m^quiry into the vote at precinct IH. They^have demanded time and again that if^the republican leaders had evidence of^fraud they should produce it, but the in^tegrity of that vote stands uniiupeached^today. About one hundred of the^rotors at that precinct have voluntarily^made atlidavits that the election w^fair and honest; not one has been found^who charges fraud there All theu^facts w ill Is' more fully brought bitDM^the public. It is a goal ^ u I ijiit to^ 11*^enss, and the more thoroughly the Is-t^ter. If the democratic party cannot^demonstrate its integrity in this matter^it does not ask popular judgment in it*^favor.
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I'harisnismis nut the only character^istn- common to lailh the Hayes and the^Harris hi administration The DOM^Rotary of the electoral bunco game of^1870 had a plan for the propagation of^republicans in the southern states, in^tin- elaboration uf which he ^CpOOjOM a^great deal of the energy that, in the^earlier portmWof his incuinls ncy, should^have Is-en directed to the redemption of^the public wrrioofrom the demorali/.a^tion which had OHM upon it through^President i 1 runt's fondness for old army^friends who lacked the ability or apph^cation necessary to the efficient dis^charge of duties in a civil office. The
schemeI no fruit, and the south
afterthe close of Hues' term wav ;is^solidly democratic as ever. The Iliirn^son administration resurrected this still^liorn offspring of Hayesism. and for six^months every effort has BOH made to^establish a white men's republican party^in the south. Alabama was made the^part ii uhii laM of hihor in this direction,^but the only effect thus far discernible^is a disposition on the part of the negroes^of tha. state to waver in their tidehty to^the party which they sup|ioseil was to^give each of them forty acres of land and^a mule. 'I'he theory u|miii which Mr.^Harrison was operating was defective in^that it did not recognize n mditionB which^have long existed in the south and^which the enfranchiseiuent of the col^^ored people has only served to com^plicate
Hutthe one particular in which Har^nson has followed in the footsteps of^Hayes is that of interference in the^internal affairs of states of the^union His title resting upon^fraudulent returns from some^of the states and u|miii the de^cision of a pOoitod OrjUft* Hayes early en^gaged ui the dicker with corrupt repub^^licans in Ijouisiana, which made his ad^minist ration a by word; and now Har^nson, the choice of the minority, is en^gaged in a barefaced attempt to defeat^the will of the ooaojo ^^f Montana. It^can scarcely Is- doubted that, even if he^has not counseled with the des|icrat^^politicwho have been managing the^republican plot, he has ls^en cognizant^of and consenting to all the measures^they have adopted. His proclamation of^the state when he had not. and knew he^ad not. the full official returns of tin^lection, was an act that will leave an^ineffaceable brand of infamy ii|hiii his^reputation as chief magistrate of tl^I'nited States. It is a burden such us^none of Ins predecessors, except it la^Hayes, have staggered under. Its enor^uiity will bOOOOM l^etter known from^wevk to week, month to month and year^to M'lir. until the cold, self seeking, but^short sighted trickster who occupies th^^white house in apite of an adverse plu^rulit^ of lini.um votes, shall realize that^il had been lietter for him to have had a^millstone tied almut his neck and lieen^list into the sea than that he should^have committed this act.
.1iiulfjc*- MItrflliM-a l,.'.i hlcrletl to llir
Aaarintilyby lo '^^ ItoartU.
\contested election case of uncomuiuli^mil lest ii.icl.t liavr been (Mrrud into the^next New York usseiuhly fur determination^in connection with the canting of n lot of il^^legal republican ballots in Delaware county^were it not for the abhorrence with which^deunKTut* regard elections by returning^boards, i'he r^spective candidates foi the^usseiuhly in UelawHre county, which con^^stitutes an iisM-mbly district, were Judge^Isaac H. Maynard, late iisaistaiit si-crrtary^of the Irt-HHury under the deuiiKTatic ad-^iii i m st rut ii ui st Washington, and James Ifid-^lantme. a republican politician of local note.^The contest was one ot the most spirited
ivi r hud in the county, mid w hile the repub-^hi'Hii candidate for secretary of state cur^^ried tin eonuty by 1.1H7 majority over his^deiiiis ratie opiKiin iit, the mnjority of Ilul-^lantine over Mnvnard fur iiHseiiibly wua^only :t^.
Whilethe republicans of Uelawiire ^^ re^Mill slmking m their Insits over the narrow^iiiartrm by which tin) hud escaped defeat^in the assembly coiiti -t. the sur|^rising Uis-^coven was made that KVi ballots cast for^Juno -. Hallantine in one of the Sidney dis^^tricts were illegal, inasmuch as they were^print' (I on culenderiil pa|a.'r with green ink.^the act parsed in I Hull ^to secure uniform
ballot*and ataaaffra t he purity of elections
expri-~!v pro\ mV I that they must be print^^ed with black ink on soft white pa|ier. The
II loW I Id out of I III Si illegal billots Wollld
giveJudge Maynard the certificate of elec
iimi b] M iniijority. and great was the ps-i^turhution lest the deiuocriits should in- -1^upon confonuanoe in the otlicial count^with the strict letter of the law.
Hutwhen the hoard of county canvnsseis^im t to ascertain and declare the result of^the election they were notified by Judge^Maynard in a dignified and straight for^ward aaaaBMUiOatiou that while the ballots^in question were clearly illegal, uuder in^circumstances would he ucccp*. a certificate^of elect ion unless it clearly appeared that^he had a plurality of the votes east for the^ffice.
Thefollowing is Judge Maynard's letter
theraging billowa. The work was executed^by Fred. UOBM of liilliuga. It is to be raf^^fled. The owner says he carred everything^with n coiuuion pockt t knit. Hiid apent five^months tune on the work.
Dinners-l^. Iiamlsomel) iteroraUsl. 112 plena,^only (It at The liee Hive.
Hull- loo.. - $:t IVr Itnarn.
Cabinetphoti^ if.; |wr dozen at Hall's^gallery, Helena avenue, corner Warren, on^ear Inn'.
Ijcnd|^'l.i lls I'l rent* IrfT^Him
ilou-uit Ttte Hea
Thaiik'KlTinirItlroirr IteueHt of A
Inbasement of (iranite Idis'k. Muin^street, under V. M. ('. A. risaus. The beat^dinni i in the city for .ri0 rents. Opossum,^sweet |sitatiK-s, turkey, chicken, etc. Come^and help ua out.
tavlivanhnuld call at Krnl i mtn.-r's ami ip-t a^pair of slipidTs. as he in selliiui thi'tii at a very^low tiifiiri'.
Membersof the legislature slid their^friends, who are set king a locution for the^winter, can find bright, elm rful rooms ut^the Harvey block. Grand strict. Central^location and first-classawoui u kIUioiis.
Fineriiib skat^*s for geaili'iiM-a and livlies at^Hryan's Otin Store. In.1 llroailwa).
Kei;lst'|-eil Wiu-ruiits.
AMwarrants of the citv of Helena regis^^tered prior to April 1, lss;i. will be paid on^Monday. December 'J. 1**:', Hiid interest^thereon will cease on that date.
S.It. DoldLXB,
CityTreasurer.^Helena. NiiVeiiilsT M) MHL
0 ^ ii
tr^^t|.ri'|iaratioiis are being iimdi' at Hotel^Hroaila-nii'r to nerve the tiiiest ThanksxiTiuK din^^ner ever serviil in Moutaaa.
rartlaaaJust received carload Port laud^cutters, finest in the land.
ISwell^A. .1. Davidson A Co.
Ii is not an omen of liimnon il tl^republican party uf Ohio that Seiiato^Sherman is u party to the prosecution i^WiksI. who was the principal in the si^called ballot bix forgery that OOT, For^aker sprung upon Mr. CaiupuW m tin1^rexient political canvasa. The forgery^a as a clumsily contrived effort to make
s.1 .loins Win ii^ lll^ I'arlj It Mii^l Act
MaMMBMiNov. 'Ji'i,-I Kditor ladapoi^dent. |^Dear Sir: 1 fully agree with my^brother republican in your issue of to day^in regard to precinct M. Now I happened^to be there on election da) mid would havt^ted the republican ticket if I could OBX^voted. And I saw with ui) own eyes the^wsy the election was carried on, and I must^say, so far as I could see. everything was^conducted according to law us near as it^was |Kisaiblc for It to be. I he party was^baOteU 11 mean my party ^ and beaten fuirlv^and sipuirely at their own game, under their^own election laws and voting system. Now^let me ask, in conclusion, if those judges at^precinct M did what our party claim they did^Why on earth don't they arrest them and send^them where they properly ladling^ (to Det^IjikIlt. i I have never heard of those ras^cally judges being even spoken of much less^brought into court and sent to jail, whet^they surely belong if they did what they^ure accused ot. I am surprised at such uu^as Holler and Cory going with the rumpcrs^1 with mmy others will iput tue party if^t lav don't 11 ii it this aaMMHM and do what^tiler were electisl to doS. J. Junks
tireslnlliiaraUOOUaOl 'he Meul
ChicagoDispatch St. Paul Olobe. Nov^Ml Thill Judge (Ireshaiii Would not be^especially phased with the administrate^was iiaturallv to be expected, but that I^should bOOOOM disgusted with his own^party isanother matter. I'lu
evideti'lvthe case, at least in regard to the^recent history of party all uis in M int ma^In answer to a iplestioii about the tight now^bltal waged over the organ./itnui of thi^legislature in that state to-day. he re^^marked:
'It is very ch ar to me that the demo^crats have carried Molilalia, and I do not^see why the n publicans will not let them^have the fruits of their victory. Vou are at^liberty to quote me to that effect.
Ian, mformed that the ipiest may arise |^QQQ gQ 1L^.|^(M^^ H0^M
leforeyour board it its pn sent session with | ^ j
NearBngiiiegs Center.
ferenee to the legality of lOTi ballots cast^for Mr. Hallantine in the Sidney Centre dis^tnct. winch do not confonn to the reipiim^inelilsof the act of IsHO. entitled, an act to^secure uniform ballots and preserve the^purity of elections. I desire to state that^no pel son is authorized to raise any such^question in my behalf before your hoard or^elsewhere. From the information which I^have these ballots are clearly illegal, und^the casting of them is declared by statute^to tie an unlawful act. What disposition^hall be made of them it is not for me even^to suggest. The matter must be determined^by the members of your body acting upon^their official oaths. I can only say that uu^Icr no circumstances would 1 accept a cer^litlcateof election at your hands unless it^clearly appeared that I hud u plurality of^the votes cast for the office. If that fact^does not ap|*ar without the rejection of^these ballots, the certificate of bImMM must^be given to some other candidate than my^^self, or the office will become vacant.
Itiniiv be that if these distinctive bal^^lots had not been used my vote in that dis^tnct would have been men usi d. The mem^her of your board from that town, who was^a worker at llu* poll, assures me that some^republican voters were deterred from voting^for me by their use. Hut your board has no^iiithority to iiinke an inquiry of that ctntr^iicter; and there is no means of determining^to what extent this may be true.^^I'he democratic way of obtaining an^lective office is all election hy popular^vote, and not by returning board methods.
Iam well satisfied with the result us it^stands, if the |h'ople of Deluware county^are.
Anhonorable defeat is always to be pre^fcrred to victory with dishonor.
Till:111 IF TIARKMttlVINO.
Hip|hmt t^M riimirtTw nxt* lii^m^^*^ick autl ***t*k^They hre an liliml tn (lie ru:lit ^- n Intl.^Tlicy vUily arrow Nitlilfr.
Huttil**) !l^Tl* llir* r^tt'|i-|aVitllT
Alit. tlif) ought Ui Im* tlitiuWful fur (hat.
Theyarc out in thf cold lik^^ ImIm* in th*^ wtu^cU^V tlir^ct.!iMttat(* a* a drnwiDHl rat.^If ttic rumiM*r* arc al^l^^^To k^^i*p tht* Kri'ftwil table.^Tin*) txtttlit to Im* thankful for that.
.'he.*'nrc ^lol^^ful tinu'f for tht* |*m.r old riini[^^.^t^'t Uf around tho hat.^If the*** mi*lt*vl ninncrH^(i^*t Thank^4rivinK dinnert*.^Thfjr otiatht to U^ iliankful for that.
Geo.(irecn colored i paid a tine of ^ u^yesterday for assault and battery
Therewill be a social dance ut Hunuoina^hall to-night, and gissl music will be pn^vided. Tickets only .VI cents.
I'heI'liioii I'ucitio has issued a cummer^cial salesmen's expense Issik, which is very^handy. Agent Ycuzic has some for free^distribution.
Thecontest case of Iaish vs. Price for the^justiceship of Mirysville township was^argued before Judge Hunt yesterdav wh.^has reserved Ins decision.
the happiest man in town visterdayw s|^Jacob A. Vuud, the well Known pawn^broker. It was a DOf aud the Thanksgiving^dsy in the Vund household will be a happy^one.
ChiefJustice Itlake yesterday united ill^in image John 0, Ik iimtt and Ida M. Cole.^This is the first marriage ceremony per-1^f irmed by the chief justice in the new |
W.D. Weir, an old-tinier of this city, fell
downon MaajrikM Ufaal TVjaaday night and
wasseverlv uijuml. He thinks more atten^^tion (hould be pad to keeping bovs from |^c lasting on the sidewalks.
McPherson.the would lie highwavmaii,
$1)501)Buys New House that^Cost Orer 17080.
.Sl'oiiBuys Ckoiec Lot Knmt^Ins Broadwater Hotel.
Ofall Economical Buyers of Dry^Goods is that the Double Width^Tricot-Cloth Suiting that;^we are selling for
comm vakd
Isone of the most sensible bargains^and the liest value for the money of any^^thing in the Dress floods line that was^ver otT.-red in Helena. We have only a^limited quant ity of these goods and^would advise an early inspection before^the assortment of colors is broken.
Forfuncy work.DIt is a well known^fact that our Ribbon Department lias^always lieen the most complete in Hel^^ena. In fact we have too many, and in^rder to reduce our stock hare marked^them down just exactly)
nm ckxt,
Includingall the latest novelty shades^and high art tints for fancy work, in^Plain Satin and tiros (irain, Moria with^rown edge, all silk Faille with satin^eslge, from Xo. 1 to No. 111.
JerseySuits with Trousers for little^bovs from I to S years. We have a nice^UHsortmeiit of them in drays, Navy^Ulue and lilack.
Waibte.made of a heavy Jersey Cloth,^s|K'cially for cold weather, for Misses^from S to M years. These gisuls are full^regular made and wash nicely without^fading. We are offering some rare bar^^gains in every department of our estab^^lishment this week. Citizens and^strangers are cordially invited to exam^^ine our gxxls, compare price) and find^mt from actual experience that the^best Dry (Totals in Helena are sold for^the least monov at
100feet on Main St.
Rememberwe are Agents for^All the Choice Residence Prop^^erty on the West Side.
TheMost Desirable Property^[ in this Growing City is now^Offered to those Desiring Quick^Returns on Money Invested.
Lotscan now be purchased^| that will yieldlnvestors
withinNinety Days.
'PHKTHIKll ANNUAL MKKTIM, (If THU^1 stis'ldi'ililer* uf the Ii.ml.I A Cramer Min^ina aaaapaay will U* liehl at the nfHr*^MeConOf-U. r^rt,-r A ( layl^Tit nn .'relay. Nov^'AKIi. at 'J p, rn.
Il\.. il. r ,if pnni'lent,
K.I', lid (. BJpe.J. II. I . , ; t ....
Hrir\c Nnv. iw.ls^v.
whoatteinpted to hold n mini up ui the n nr^of the Kldorado sahain. w is sentenced t^thirty dayi.' iniprisoiuueiit yesterday t,y^ladg. Sunders.
TheQaJaataaiaM ViO hold their grand^liaui|iii t and entertaiiinieiit at the Cry-til^restaurant Saturday where covers wifl |..^ainUhJM for 1.'^. It will be a strictly^^st ic^ pirtv Mini a great tune is imticputed^iaaotta the Scots mid their friends whu^know how to enjoy themselves as n.i others^can. Music and speeches will Im- hii iiupor^taut feature next to the elegant stip|a-r tli.it^will Is- servevl.
AtWorth's Atlas sahsm there is an ex^hihitiou in a handsome glass cast' a scene I^of the iK-ean. A large ateaiuship, wrecked^vessel, life saving station, two men of war
NOTKK ('AMI TO MY Pl.Ai^uis* ui.mtli ajro. nSM l^^ liurati, L^liran.l. i*w.-iy-laB'k. Iiiali awtaara, liurli bina, -mall^^^tar nil fnis-lisa.1. wliitii upot nil nuM-.tiind nff^fisit white, a few -ill. in.rk^*.
JOHNI). THOMAS^Three luilis. frmn lli luna mi Ten Mile ( nvk
larnucTiif TiTiix
toall^WUtt tXTATK^In Mi-ismla Ciiuiity.
Pieniare uu iiuiri.^I'nited Siatisi.
a.i' iraie alMtrat t- in tlip
Puri'liaser*nf p^il ,^.tare in Mi^-uiila rniiiity.luuk^tu yuur titles.
Shouldyiuir title fail, yuii will wi.li. when t.m^latejiuu hid iitaaimd and alsnraei uf title !^^^futv yuii tiuei-liasisl
mida li|{ht house are up|iarently afloat on I Ruums I. 'J and ;i. ttldy;Hhi k.^ Mis^mht. Muiit
The(iatt'way of the Monu-^tains.
UmCenter of the \Udmt^AgrienltartJ l^i.strict^ofa th
AnAlmndance 'fit Pare^Mountain Water.
Aeoming HailroadVeHter.
Oneof the Finest Tim-^bered Sections of the North^^west.
Withall of its Natural ad^^vantages it is Sure to be one
ofthe Leadiag Citiei of the^new State of Montana.
Itoilers to-daj to the in^^vestor in Ileal Kstate a rare^opportunity.'
ForDetails call on Mc-^ronnell, Cook k Co.. Corner^Higgittl Avenue anil Maia^Street. Missoula, Montana.
GroundFloor Bailey Building,
RealEstate 8c Mining Brokers,
Lots,blocks ami Im in any Part of Helena or Adjoining tJie Gity!
Monerin any Amount at 10 IVr Ont. No ComruiBeion and no Delays.
KANSASCITY,^North and Wyandotte Sts.
NEW.YORK, LONDON.^239 Broadway, 95 Gresham Street.
Samlki.M. .I tiivia,
H.I'. MtlKtlAM,
Prpsiilent.Vi.-.' PfMtdMt,^Vh c I'rosi.li-nt^Vice-Presiili-iit.
Itol.anhI'. CoMKLI^,^S. L ('omki.in,^III km id Mll.l.s
W.M. CltAKT.
Ass't.Seor.tary.^Aunt. Treasurer.^Counsel.
Mortgageson Real Estate and Municipal Corporation Bonds Negotiate^.
Ixvan C. Murrav, l'resiilent I'liited
StiitesNut ii mill hank, New Vork.^Evan ThoniRM, Kvnn Thomas Jc Co., I'ro
duoeKxrliani{i^, New York.^Craij{e Lip]itt. President J. H. Lip-
pim-ottPttbtWaHg Co , Philadelphia.^James Srhleicher, Schleicher, Schumm,
Co., Philadelphia^Ii. W. Clay, President Solicitors' I^ian
ATrust Co., Philadelphia.^J. RobaaWM Coale, of Ijippincott, Coale
ACo., Phi udt'lphia.^K. L. Austin, President ImU^|ieiidt^nce
NationalHank, Philadelphia.^Hon. A. C. Ilarstow, President Mechan^^ics' Savings Hank, Providence^Win. P. Heincnt, ISiiment, Mile. A Co..
Philadelphia.John M. Bhrigitjr, Capitalut, Philadel
(iiai.K. Peck, ^ lensral Solicitor Atchison,^Top^ka A Santa Fe liailroad I'ai., To^peka, Kansas.
(ico.W. McCrary, Kx Secretary of War,
(Viunsel,Kansas City.^II. M. lieardaley. Attorney, Kansas Oitf.^II ^' tiilliert. VPresident, Kausaa
H.P. Morgan, Vice-President, Prori-^denee.
IvolandK. Conklin, Secretary, Kansas^City.
Sumad M. Jams, President, Kansas
AlfredFryer, Vice President, Ixmdon,
JosephThompson. J. P., Communion..-,^of rpiar Mersey Navigation, Alder^^man of Manchester, Manchester, Eng-^hm.I.
J.K. Ca lirane, J. P., Calder 01^n, Blaa-
tyre,Scotland.^I Ij Slid.Ion. Manacer, Londoa, N^.
IC),(iresham Street. London, B. C.^Col. ,lanu^8 T. (Iritlln, Oneota, Netker-
halleHardens, Hempstead, Lond*o.
BRANCHOFFICES:^Bailey Block, G-round Floor,^HELENA, MONTANA.
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