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SMAX . OUSS SCOTT & BOWNE,
ONDON, K • MI VManufactung" Chemists .. ....... . ,o s PMnts, Q'T;ADc. PSz, 1C 132 AND 134 SOUTH FIFTH AVE., N. Y. , Atection for Cablegrazns: V OA, NEW YoRE .SCOTT'S EM.ULSION, ETC. 3---r,,;,,,,- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -L--Y· Naant kNEw YoRK CITY, May r5, 1893. I " INDEnP3N15NT P.?1L31m .I COMPANY, t, H neA , MONTANA--. " SDA. SIRs: Itis our pleasurq to inform you of a change in our address, owing to removal from No. 132 South Fifth Avenue to the new Scott & .Bowne Bullding. Hereafter will you kindly send papers and address all communications to us to the Scott & *Bowne BuUding, New York City. 'Out. new building is located on New Chambers, Pearl and Rose streets. It is twelve stories high, and is considered the best building of its kind in this city. It may ~et eest y.,o to know -thatt this new and splendidly equipped building.is the direct result of the public appreciation of Scott's Emulsion. You are, no' doubt, well aware that we believe in advertising, and we are pleased to take this occasion of "expressing oiur thanks to the newspapers and other periodicals of the country for their many courtesies, as well as to say a word . about the ilmpot'tance of advertising any article of merit. While we naturally think that our great success would not have been possible unless Scott's Emulsion possessed superior merit, we do not underestimate the value of advertising, and we would suggest to every business man that in advertising he finds the best and quickest way to public favor. You are at liberty to quote this expression of our faith in advertising, if you like, provided, of course, you also set forth the fact that the merit of an advertised article must in the end, determine its success. The new home of Scott's Emulsion surely testifies to the value of advertising a praiseworthy preparation, Yours Very Truly, SCOTT & BOWNE. CHRONIC ILL-LUCK OF A KING. Belgium's Raler standls Without a Rival qS a Jonah. The king of the Belgians said to a friend of mine who asked him to stand god father to a4 infant son: "I should be de. lighted did I not feel in a vein of ill-loek, and unlucky people should be avoided." He said to anothe: person: "The world has no idea what an evil influenoe tracks His sister, Charlotte, is a lunatic; he lost his son; he adopted his nophew, and he ,ilso died, says a writer in London Tntuh. The Princess Clementines his daughter, has never got over the horror of seeing her governess perish in the Are at Leeken pal ace, which destroyed the building and end less family relics, papers and treasares of all kinds. The tragedy of Meyerling. was, perhaps. the greatest blow of als One son-ia-law perished in it, and the other canme out of it a black sheep at the court of Austria. The Congo State is not what the king had hoped it was going to turn out, and has impov Sibshed him. The burning of his papers in the Laeken fire has thrown his affairs Into disorder. It would now seem as though his crown wee to go down in the hprly-burly of socialist revolution, and Belgium to bhe again the eockpit of France and Germany A Million Friends. A friend in need is a friend ladeed, and ot less than one million people havaround net such a friend in Dr. King's New Dis very for Consumption, Coaghs and Colds. Jf ou have never used this Great Cough ediine, one trial will convince vro that t has wonderful ourativepowere in all dil ases of ' hbroat. Chest add Langs. Each ottle is guaranteed to do all that is Isimed or mone will be refunded. Trial tile free at H. M. Parehen A Co.'s drug e. Large bottles 10 cents and $1. The World's Fair-What It MesaL It means that from May I until Oct. 81 here will be on exhibition in Ohiesgo the riumphi of all the ages. The rarest and hooest speoelmens of the handiwork of an from the natipns of the earth will be here to instruos and delight. That for six months Chicago. will be the ost cosmopolitan spot on the globe. That the American people will have the onderfnl opportunity of mingling irith ad observing the habits end oharacterietics f the people of every nation in the world. That "villages" of the different foreign ountries, construeted by and made up ntirely of the people from snoh coaptries. 1i be a most lntereeting feature of the itr. That the American citixsn, of whatever reign birth or parentage, may oarly him It back again to the land of his origin y visiting and studyin these foreign villages." That a few daysve or weeks spent at the orld's fair will be worth years of trave', bhat thiis is the gtandest opportunity the merioan people have ever bed for later. ting study and pleasure, and that a trip to hieagoduring the next six months will be e event of a lifetime. The Chloago, Milwaukle A BS. Patl rail sy offers the best and most frequent train vies from it. Paul and Minneapolis to ieago. The only line lighting its trains eleotriiaty. The most perfect dining ivies, and the beet eieopin ears in this satrv. Ask your agent for tickets via I he Milwaukee"-the Government's Fast ail Line, or address J. T. Comaur, Aes't. Gen'l. Pass. Agent, BL Paul. Minn. Nor".-Write for a C., M. A 6t. P. World's ir folder. It gives full particulars as to w to visit the fta and whas it will ost. A Been for Ladles. Vrenoh Tansy Tablets are for the relief d oure of peinful and irregular menses will remove all obstruotions.L o pit what the ease. The only ser, and sar~ medy on the market. Manufaotnred by Augendre, Paris. France. $2 P ei box and sape only by H. M. Porehen a Co.. sole It Helena. Monkt DRS. LIEBI & CO. OF SAN FRANCISCO. DR. A. C. STODDART The managing physician of the well known medical and surgical incorporation, the Liebig,World Dispensary, of San Francisco and Helena, n:eets in free consulta tion with the managing special doctor of Liebig & Co., of Chi cago, at 13 Main street, Helena, for one week, from May I8 to 24 inclusive. DR. RAYMOND, The manager of the Chicago division of the Liebig World Dis pensary, will deliver his grand lecture to the general pubhc Wednesday evening, May 24, upon "Marriage, Its Successes and Failures, and Why;" also upon ,Men's Successes and Fail ures in Life." Subjects of par ticular interest to ladies will be discussed. The lectures will be amusing, instructive and enter taining, and in every sense of the word chaste. A small admission fee will be charged to cover the expense of music, vocal and in strumental, and any balance will be donated to the treatment of the sick poor. Read the Ming's opera house notice in Sunday's Independent., Dr. Stoddart will give free consultation every day, at z3 Main street, until May 25. May 26 he will be at the Park hotel, Great Falls. i t RIP.A.NS I TABULES REGULATE THE STOMACH, LIVER Am BOWELS "AND PURIFY THE BLOOD. lRIPrs TVAIDULES are the. h Mall. .4. L"a.a * £aIUa41 a BUauwaa od the Ituiam. L.ver aud .Irud. ula eoo, o.eia.d booliwal oo 1lrt. N"ýp"ON"N""NN. or the disniao D NKFN. THE KEL EY INSTITTE n Senitpnt are Ie imiltatios of uold nKsmediP TTn g~ I.ogiv.InII 0.KW R1D. " U4}) TUFlI'MI.N P ie ppot EIvn Anltm n thet 8tet of Montl·I e. e . ;utte. at 7 fi. EEL].Y JBNTITU|R. cornet Outa ras Ala.lk tt am stolde. lot Sprlngs. MONTANA PAVING & SUPPLY CO. [INCORPORATED.] ASPHALT SIDEWALKS AND ROOFING We O.lrantee All Our Work o e l lhrstOlmes. P. C. KRIGBAUM, Manager. I um".'.' % T, _o THE FASTEST TRAIN To EWORLD'S FAIR. Be sure and ask for your tickets via the Minneapolis & 8t. Louis Ry. "Albert Lea Route," the only tie which will place you within 10 blocks of the World's Fair Grounds. Connections made at Engle. wood, thus avoiding long and tiresqme rides from the city. Two magnificent trains run from St. Paul and Minneapo lis, passing through the heart of Iowa, and in close proximityto the U. S.Arsenal at Rock Island and a grand view of the Lower Mississippi River.' DON'T pay the same price and put up with inferior service. The, "ST. Louis Is the Finest Train to AND PEORIA the South. SPEOIAL" This is a solid train to St. Louis, SII 0 making the run In 20 hours, and is the ONLY DINING CAR ROUTE. Direct Line to KANSAS OITY, ST. JOIIEPH, ATOHISON. g LEAVENWORTH, OMAHA. OOUNOIL BLUFP.S sad to UNOOLN, Neb.. TOPEKA, DENVER, ete. Comnetleasm In Union Dpoes both at Chilage uid S., LouIs. FREE CHAIR CARS I ""'for rates" etc. of your nearest TO CHICAGO. C. M. PRATT o. r. r P. a., Minneapolis, Mlin. W. H. TRUESDAL,nneapolsMn OECEIVER. MANHOODU ESTOREDNerv e, V 001b woohlnnderfl ttur't' i 1 - elin erol o ·dle uw.I -pWeak . ,'urnrd to Coo nils. asso h tisorLo Wa`ie rr r Lr ] ower, . llndwere. st e .lnea. mhd.hd, ltlhj Imilesn. 9El -_hme \ ) .owines .u 55 Drumll &eskef Elle s h ooDn f ..ad eraouleft. •iar ii"ee 2 a ldrtn'e;'d:o:powe nu n2ltleor :.au o eltherexcau"e.; p overexorftlon, loak~ltarllo. . e;eilie ice of tobacco, oplun or n.tmull.tS whfohp Seed tO ne tyConlumptton ead lnsnnlty. T .on vonlent to caorry In Vellttp.a.o iýr a plreldlda 1pleli boz to ln .ddrl.l a orl iee1,oor6 I . ( ý5 every ,e r WO give . :,i. tf1", p'al t"lee to care e n d the moori For .nto b .FO E. ANDt A fElt." I t. "r i t. Ak ',r 'I n rpt no otler , rIII I.Alhteie. . IF . For Bale in Helena by Pope & O'Connor, Drslemn IBailey Blook. GYPSY CURE. WllU pOitivelr Ntogag. a4eý a lest or mniney 10 un~.N.2frset, wLJ EUGENE MEYER, CEI" oEshna. Knt. *.. J. L. SMITH :s. Freitht and Transfer Line HEIENA. MONT. £11 ktSj s ofi aurohaodi and othor trs!ghtt, 10 tralfoattb a on an .1 the niS S Glarke, Gonrad & Gurtin HARDWARE AND STOVES. Our line of House Furnishing Goods is more extensive than ever before and are offered at prices lower than anywhere else. We are now ready for the rush and you will find our. floor covered with a full line of Refrigerators and Ice Chests, Rubber Garden Hose, Hose Reels, Hose Nozzles, Lawn Sprinklers, Ice Cream Freezers, Bird Cages, Squirrel Cages, Parrot Cages, Galvanized Wire Netting for Lawn Fencing. Ring up Telephone No. go. Write or Call at NO. 42 AND 44 SOUTH MAIN STREET. Our Motto is ,"Fair Dealing to All." YI OU WANT INFORMATION A8U - PENS10NS. ADDRESS A LETTER OR POSTAL CARD TO THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney, 1. 0. BOX 403. WAIHINGTON, D. C. Tonorably disohargd sold ier and utlor who served ninety doys or over. in th e t ae ontitled, If now partially or wholly disabled for ordinary manua Ibor, whether diuability wee s.t.nd bry servilo or not, ao resgrdles nof thleir oeJuPlary oiroomrstanoo. WIDOWS of such soldttrs and sailors are entiedi (it not remarried) whether eidirr's death wee due to army servio or not, it now eaoendent upon their own ls r for support. Widows not dependent auonq thbe oawn labor are entitled it the soldier's death was dsa to service. t'HILvrtXN ere etntitled tid nudor sixteen yr) in almot l cses where there wee widgw. o .eh hensine dited or remerroid. PAIiLNTh are entitled if moldew Ift noeither widow nor child. provi ed Solder died is seerre. or from effects of servire. end they are now deped'nt ppoa their ow. labor fot support. It makes no difforence whether soldIer served or tdiod In late war or in r.ole army or nary. ,ldiers of the late war. pensionod under on law, may apply for higher rats under other laws, without loeine aty rights.r housant of edir drwins roq to d10 pr month anes the old Inw aOn etitldr t hithe rase under new law. not olr on account ol disabilltie for which mow pe.eiloe, bht also for others, whether do to ervieo or not. I oldieerm ad tailors disabled in llte ot duty in r.ular arL j or navy dsoe the war ae als ntitlod. whether doleharged for disbilitly or not. tnrvivere, and their wido*-. of the ):lok Hawk. Creek. Cherokee. ad sominole a lorlida Indian Ware ot 1812 to 18' are .etitled eader a reont rot. Meoloun Wet soldiers and thebr wIow are also entitled, if sixty-two year of mse or die Old alalen completed ad settlement ob.lued, whether pension has been creted unues Itejeeto claims reopened end erttlewenet oftated .t IfrtJctlou improper ow Uiegal. tertitioetee of serrir and tisoharge obtained for soldiere and ailor of the late war whe have loot their original pere. dend tar laws ad infmrntiot. to hohrp for advles. o tee unless sueoessfl. Address, THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN. MANAGING ATTORNEY, P. O. 0I11 9308. WASMIKOIOI, . n.