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grime and cables is followe t has stimulaed ss of staples in omany lines, thoh.. thre incrase Ris mo*eanta .tow weets ago thae ac r lta luree, blight relaxation of money maktets at the Ra·w YoqLb May 5tD--Bradsltlret. Is terd iorbut, counmmtry ba continueal to ll galiml and Olblells i ollowlu Brighter weather wot, oulth h end irdeh iget hand most of themd deleine of to exte in mloans freel, ash h the bs renew is ng p aplcuous rtther through ontripet wit, the pemomen fallew weea biago! thand Miatu ra tt gbiers speak more 6p aflla , of light relook in of money market, as recenth tembarrassm, enbut ontry nearby onttnoe to all on thre nost for llowed by othohers. thelr dn petIt. in some luetances ar saains luorses la, erond mte of them dfavlne, to extend loans doingwfreely, and they allb reneing probable pwecr epL t fall! dne. bhieago and Migne. eIp4Ii frladiolre ipeonk more ladpeflU# of thorutlageook in he money mrke , as redent followinbrrg thmentr of nearby opn banutoneeverpro tionee inot folloed byStates, wiother Tprobable eral croplituation is favarable, the out look for cotpluston beinext large Inorugh ed itself to of from 0 ot 25 per cent. Corn sad oats are dolng well, and the alleged probable shortage in wheat most be conaidered as following the largst crop but one ever pro deced in the United States, with a probable surplus Jul1 1 next large enough of itself to offset nearly the whole of the probable de creased yield this year. Mercantile failure totals continue large, the aggregate being 247 this week, against 255 last week, 177 in the last week of Ma., 1892, 'and 284 in the like week of 1891. There is dtill an unus nally heavy proportion of failtres with lih bilities in excess of $5,000, about 25 per cent. of the whole number against an aver of 10 pir cent. Bink clearings aggregate 11,068,000,000 for the week, which is nine per cent, loes than in the week before and 14 per oent. les than In the lake week a year ago, thus emphasiznlg, as p-evifo'sly pointed o' on the tend enoy of the volums of trade 'to declne. .rices of wool, cotton, wteat, ,tobaooo, lumber and live bogs have all gone off dar ing the week, advances being relatively few, those in corn and oats being speculative, based on present rather than future condi lioni. Exports of wheat (flour included) from all United States pots, both coasts, and" from Montreal, aggreiate 8,106,000 bushels this week, about 800,000 bushels more than in the like week last year, about 700.000 bushels more than in that week 1891, about twice the quantity exported in the last week of May, 1890, and two and a half times the aggregate in that week of .1889. Available stocks of wheat in the .inited States and Canada, both coasts, de :oreased the round total of 2,774,000 bushels ,last week, a fact which was offset by our exclusive information that similar stoeks :afloat for and in Europe inoresed 2,776,000 bushels last week. At larger eastern centers trade is of a ,..and-to-month character. Dry goods are more aetive at retail in New England, but quiet with makers and agents. Woolean are very dull, but mills are busy, raw wool 7being lower. Western packers have sold •nearly 100,000 hides to the leather trust at 'seven cents, about two cents less than was quoted at the beginning of the year. De mand for boots and shoes is not sative, but factories are busy. Baltimore shoe and hat travelers are on the road, but orders are slow and the season is backward. Phila delphia textile manufacturers report busl ness depressed, and trade in tobacco im proved, but unsatisfactory. There is a gain in demand and prices for some grades of iron. Demand for bar iron at Pittsburg is good, but prices are law, owing to oompeti sion and needs of sellers; general trade is only fair, dry goods bring dull, owing to unfavorable wenater and bad roads. Shoes are going forwaTd slowly and are lower. Unfavorable weather at Buffalo has in fluenced trade, which is only fair, though equal to that a year ago. Charleston merchants regard trade there as fair' local liquor dealers are moving or preparing to close up, as the new liquor law is declared constitutional. There is In apovement with jobbers of groceries at At lanta, but other lines are dull. Manufac turers have fair orders. Shoe and dry goods orders are being placed by Birmia. ham travelers for tall delivery, but mr chants there are not seeking to inerease sales much. Business is quiet at Nashville, Memphis and Richmond, where oollections are slow and the banks exceptionally care ful in discounting. There are few increases In the volume of goods distributed from Richmond, and Memphis reports that higher water thus far has net materially affected tributary trade. Business at New Orleans is dull, owing to feaos of damage by high water and and higherrates fo8r money. Sugar crop reports are favorable. A serious arevasse in the levees will resalt an the overflow in a region ausually produc ing 80,000 bnles of cotton. T'here Is a strong demand from the interior for money at Galveston, where trade generally is quiet, Few lines of trade at Oleveland have been stimulated by better welther, whblch is true of Oiolnnati, where bankse are extending loans. Bulness is quiet at Louisville, with lower prioes for tobaooo. While trade is fair at Chlnnao. it is ontlrt and the tend ency is to lower prices toin most lines; bank ers there say the worst of the money strin gency is over. Receipts of new-clip wool at Chicago' are behind expeotations, being ehecked by the diofiulty in securing loans. Lt. Louis continues its exceptionally favor able report conoerninl trade, specifying higher prices for some lines of dry goods, and the fdot that dealers in clothing are about to send out travelers for fall orders. Kansas City reports its volume of trade in ex cess of that in a like portion of last year, but Omaha admits that while bauks are renewing loans they ere not making new loans. al thopgh country banks balanoes are now Igrowing. Nebraska has been visited by muoo needed rains and the general orep ;utlook is improving. There is a steady tone to trade at Milwaukee, end at St. Paul the volume of sales is said to be satisfCe tory, with loss anxiety than in the week be fore regarding the local fancoial situation. Groceries and other leading staples are in most active demand at Minneapolls, other lines being generallyr quiet, and at Duluth basiness is reported fair and somewhat Im proved. with the wheat outlook satlefao tory. There is an unsettled feeling among merchants in Portland, Ore., and while orders for dry goods and hardware have In. creased In ban Franclseo. the prospect there is for only an average year. Ontario agricolturilts are busy, andtrade Is confined to the sorting-up variety. Mer. onntile collectione are not radically im proved. The British national holiday nat urally curtailed business in the dominion this week, yet the proviase of Quebec re p.orts between deasons' order in fairly ooed voluame although the tetal for the meath is below she average. Spring seeding is behind hand. Monea at Montreal for mom. snerelal purpose is epy, bat call ioans on ordinary stock eollateral io made with less ease. Nova 801tsa advises are that the dry goods trade is fairly aetive. but that business generally is dull and eolleotions are slow. Bank elearings at tlamilton. Toronto. Montreal and Halifax aggraslt te 17.529,000, or UQ. per cent less then last bweek but 80 per scent more than in the fourth week of May. 188. Thert are twenty seven failscee reported this week from the dominion of Canada, against ninaeteen last week aend twenty-two and twenty-six in the last weeks of May one and two years ago reelpeotvey. ~ at t lIx 2 W.a of i tlf ii4 t otn.a on t he ea ie e pt eipt isl 'nrode" or oueuine . Thi iV l 1 toea I , what we oll the air elntr disk of oscon (fall moaohn oaks oiderlul of bei t an oae irate, itle lag what t srlrquonaer tedum "i t Io state Of gb, hoity" And I never oe perfret disk ,N otipt Whe a "tull mon'" orhappeas nlaty t tbe time when arnes s erollasin the solar distea whiob ti(me sh m nst nolas .eliy oeall tr|lag .slipted. One of our belt present-day astronomere, il coneino ing e art icet of mot merit on the same nibbolt, a" Ai 'tWe therefore icoslude th tl alil moon, one hIr ing ir i erfoot cordlo has t .i., it ever, ban mon.'-t, Lowis R6publio .. .aun b sgeme Sll ol On e eblh. So long at le fal mi. embers of itaslity are gpable of beaing rekindled into a warm and genialglow, just so long there is hbre for the weak and emelaete8 invalid. Lit him not, therefo' , deepend, but derive en couragement from this, and from the far ther fo thati that these is a reitorative most potent in renewing the dilapidated powers of a broken down system. Yer, thanks 'tp its nnexanpled tonie virtues, rostatte.', Stmach Bitters is dnlly reviv ing strength an the bodies and hope in the minds of the feeble and nervous. Appetite. refreehing sleep, the acquisition of fresh color, are blessings ttendant reaon the re unrative processes whioh tbis priceless in vigerant speedily initiates and earries to a siooegsful conelnsion. 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" PAID UP CAPITAL, $500,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $700,000 Designated Depositoly oi the United States. lataret AllosoI .op Time Devpolk Gsearal aktn b q!Inal Traa 1otn· OHU. .I .hIll.. O... "and AetrAtCaeb i. stlarI. k......................e. mst w 8. 4. Ha.I.ton.... : .Cao.1 ,iat . ....... .: .. .. ...... .... m la Assoetmted Banks n irthwi...e . Net-o.l Beak........ reet llI irt NatILlliar ......... .....etl Nlwia uirst Natioul B eak ........................ Mits v ontana National IIANK, 01 ILrEINA MOL UNITED STATES DEPOSITORT. Capital Paid in, $500,000. Surplus and Profits, $200,00. f T. MPHY- ................ Preeldent O L. OCULL .......... lPrelde B.J WElllB T MTH ...................... Ceea ir L W ak .......I.... ...Asstant Cashier " Directors, Jahn T. Murhy. B3. 1. (3lae, AL, lmith , , . Peter I arson. Corp. r en.ry Bratnobe E. B. W.ie. ienersl Aaklahi Dasluess Ta.netaft. No. 9,181. Second Jational BANK. OF HELENA. MONS PAID UP CAPITAL $75,000. SURPLUS AND PROFITS, $25,000 A General Banking Business Transacted. E .. EDOERTON.............. Preeldeal C. K. COLE ...................Vi.. Piresident f 1O5GB M. CHILD ................... Caeh.i .N CH.......... .Aitant Cashier Deawd of Direetors B.Daford C. G. Eyeas. ChCld C. K. Cole. ,. D Fdrerton Geore 1. ChilD oI. J. 'lkett, (leo. B. Holt, J. N. Eenok. -THE-- American National BANE. OF HUELNA. CAPITAL, $200,000. BE. WO PWE. . e eldet A. , BELGMN ............. .io-Prsident I. O. JOENSON.................Cashier SEO ,. COPE .............. Aeiltaa Cashie James Dalliias. Interest altlowsden time deposit zohangs Sced on prinoip oities of the United ltatei. Snada Td E nrop Tefers of menel made p telegrrph. COolleotions promptlv attned to. 7otr coun.s aid tUte turities boulhta sold. jercharits Jlational BANK. OF HELENA. PAID IN CAPITAL $350,0004 L. R. NBBRHFILD.... ... ...........alsdent A. J. DAVIDSON ...............Vsk Presldent AABON HEBHIIELD ............ ..hi.Cl aIterest allowes on depoelte mad for rm salpe ed ti.m Trahbsmrs of money madeby teloeraph. srchage mold on the prinpa dcties at the lsted States and Europa Bozes for ret at r seonablp rates In our fir en4 burglar proot eae depolit vaultn The Thomas Gruse BAVINGS BANK. OF HELENA. Cnoorporated Under the Ltriwa s Montana. PAID IN CAPITAL, oo00,000. OMAS CRIUSE .....`.............Prel.t.l flANK 11. CRBU...............Voe-Preeldeanl ft. J. COOKE....... sit Tress. and Seoretar) WM. J. WIaENKE ..................... resur Truetoees Tomua Croa Frank HII. uOr W J. Cooke. Win. SJwesnu John YFag. Allows per cent. Interest on Savings Deposit4 smmounded January and July. Tranuoats as eneral banking buaines. Drtws ehangs on t : rdiueipd cities of the Unitel lts·te and Europe. Dal· . a ounty and lty bonds u d maks os on I.cal estate mortgio.s. Oflic honr erom 10a. m. to 4 p.m. Al"on Satordey and Moaday oernins rom mI to a atlock. II T E PROVIDERe " It's not likely that we would More Fruit past.ae out t, make so much noise about and more dollars come into our Fruit Department in a our goods if they were not as day than any other concern good as we represent them. in the city. That's because You can make no mistake in we ship all our goods direct and receive them fresh buying of us. Our price on every day-also because we every article in our immense undersell everybody. stock is lower than the same Large Oranges, doz... 25c thing can be bought for else- Cocoanuts............ 15e Fresh Cherries, lb..... 25c where. We have been temporarily out Rhubarb, 2 lb........ 15c of Sprinklers owing to the un- Asparagus, 2 bunches. 150c expected rush for them early in Young Onions, three Casoline Stoves. the season, but received yester,- bunches........... 5c day a new and complete line. ' Radishes, 3 bunches... 5c With a Gasoline Stove the I-quart size...... $ .5 Lettuce, 3 bunches.... 5c 2-quart size...... .25 Cucumbers........... 1g kitchen becomes one of the 4-quart size...... .3 Cucumbers......... cleapest, coolest and most 6-quart size...... .4o Never any old goods to 8-quart size...... .50 work off here. Things delightful rooms in the house. 1z-quart size........75 move too fast. Washing and Ironing day is 12-quart size ...... go robbed of half its terrors, for 16-quart size...... 1.25 The prices on small instead of a raging fire in stove articles for every-day use is or range, kept up for CARDEN TOOLS. where the big store eclipses or range, kept up for hours Iron Garden Rakes.... 3oc the little one. until the whole house isheated, Steel Garden Rakes... 6oc a single burner under. the Steel Garden Hoes.... Soc Clark's Spool Cotton, 6 Steel Weeding Hoes... 3oc for............... 25c boiler and another for heating Steel Garden Spades... 65c Best Needle Nickle irons will do just as much work cases.............. 5c and hardly be felt ten feet Carpet Sweepers. Best Pins, 2 pkg...... 5c away. If you want to see something Best Hair Pins, pkg... 5c 'Add to this the fact that the specially fine in House Furnish- Rubber Dressing Comb Ioc expense is less than one-half ing Goodsdrop in and look at RubberFine Comb... 5c' the Gold-Plated Bissell Carpet Bristle Tooth Brushes. 15c that of coal or wood, and Sweepers we have on exhibition. Bristle Hair Brushes... Soc you will realize that you should They are samples of the Bissell Wire Hair Brushes.... 3oc buy a Gasoline Stove. Co.'s exhibit at the World's Fair, Good Steel Scissors, and are in every way the most 25 to............... 6oc i. Burner........$4.o0 elegant article of the kind yet Shelf Paper, 24 sheets. 5c 2 Burners.... .... 5.50 produced. Tape Lines, 2 for...... Sc WEINSTEIN & CO. NEW YORK AND HELENA. IF REPOSED GONFIDENGE In a trusted friend whose judg ment was conceded to be good in matters of finance and invest ment, and he should advise you of a legitimate and judicious way to make money, wouldn't you naturally avail yourself of the chance? You would not only accept the suggestion, but you would feel very grateful. Sup pose you regard us in the light of such a friend, filled with good intentions to serve you and in every ;way qualified to do so. Let us make known to the reading masses YOUR capabilities to serve the purchasing public, making a feature of your especial claim of whatever nature, and the best of results will follow. ADVERTISE ALL THE TIME-make no ridicu lous distinction between dull times and good times-but never insert an advertisement of any nature, kind or description that has not been carefully prepared, and that says only what you want to say, and says only what you cAN and WILL do to the letter. Tas DAILY INDEPENDENT. SALR "'O ".SCHOOL 'ONIDB-NOTICE IS Sei1 Rr that the truslhe of sobhol dis tric(t o. o (7), Jetterson colulty, Montana. at l o t r on Sturday. June3., . t,.,. at the hoart on o'clock p. M. of said day, sell the ui bo of sad d strict to the amlount aftro tlatt tIhe k irst atlllottI bank of Itonillor. with i.t..at at the rate of six prot cant, per acii hamn, tateet lpaid aemni-anumally at 50t0o pl.co ' I.e trortee. t e the right to r-,jct any and all bide mat aIed bonds at private salo. it deo . thte bast Intes ts of said district. Bids ylt- beel i tved utl twIlvo ooaook in. on datwe) ubg d Istrdct o T.SWUiT. l)ODkiCY HALT ORD, JAMEtM BIPKKINt, " Y" W iMý Diteict Clerk. I--.IF YOU WANT INFORMATION ABOUTj PENSIONS. ADDRESS A LETTER OR POSTAL CARD TO THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, Managing Attorney, P. O. BOX 463, WASHINGTON, D. 0. Honorably discharged soldiers end sailor, who served ninety days or over, in the late wr are entitled. it now partially or wholly disabled for ordinary manual labor, whether disability WM aused by service or ot, end regardleos of their pecuniary oiroIumtan.eob SWIDO. B of such soldiers sa sailor are entitled lit not remarried) whether sohldr's death was due to army serviee or not, if now e endent upon their own labor for support, Widows not dependent upon their own labor are ld f the soldier's death was di e to sarmoie. UCIILDiEN are entitled (if nder sixteen years) in almost all osear where there wase a widow, or she has sines died or remarried. PAtiENtS are entitled if soldier left neither widow nor child. provided soldier died ai esrlvce, or from effects of service, and they are now dependent open their own labor for support. It maes no difference whether soldier served or died n late war or in regular arm or navy. Bldiers of the late war, pensioned under one law, may app for higher rates unalder other laws without losing any rights. Thousands of soldiers drawing from $2 to $10 per month nder the old law are entitled to higher ra es under new law. not oily on account o disabiltties for whiohnowpensioned, bu also for other. whether due to rervlce or not Soldiers and sailors disabled in lie of duty in reul army or navy since the war are aso entitled, whether dleharged for disability or not. Survivors, and their widows. oe the ilacr Hawk, Creek. Cherokee. and eminole er lorida Indian Wars of 1882 to 942. are entitled nuder a recent aot. Mexican War soldiers and their widows are also entitled, if sixty-two year of age or d abled or dependent. Old olaime completed and settlement oh ained, whether pension has bo grated tnd later laws or not. Selected claims reopened and settlement oftained, if rejection improper or illegal. ('ertificate of service and discharge obained for soldiosr and sailor of the late war whe have lost their original aro ers. dend for lawo nd informatio' No chaee for edvioe. o fee unlee, suerssul. Addres THE PRESS CLAIMS CO., JOHN WEDDERBURN, MANAGING ATTORNEY, . . BOX '13, WASHII4IQ'ONa, IQ E )erj Ihiie Person Realizes how much truth and force there is in the old axiom "compe tition is the life of trade." In truth it is advancement of every modern principle and the increased com petition in every line of trade that makes advertising not only neces Ssary but compulsory. It is made compulsory through the custom " observed by live, energetic, wide- " "0® awake establishments in setting "OS " before the purchasing masses " every legitimate means possible to obtain and retain their patronage. Buyers know that the advertiser pays to give them the information they are in search of, and that is one of the reasons why they prefer to deal with the man who adver tises, while they pass by the store of the man who does not. Ierchants Who Advertise in The Indedeoidnt SOON REALIZE THIS FAGT ,