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I Hidsorv's Market Letter.
H Salt Lake, July 3. Business for the past week
H has been light and with the exception of Daly-
H West, at last week's prices.
H Shipments from the Tintic district for June
H amounted to 217 carloads of ore, 17 cars of con-
H centrates and 4 bars of bullion; this shows a de-
H crease from the May shipments.
The following are the shipments for the month
B from the various mines: Ajax, 5 cars;; Bullion
H 3eck, 15; Carisa, 19; Dragon Iron mine, 33; Eagle
H & Blue Bell, 2; Gemini, 39; Grand Central, 1;
I Lower Mammoth, 6; Mammoth, 28; May Day, 2;
I Sioux Utah (lease), 4; South Swansea, 24; Star
con, 4; Undine, 2; Victor, 2; Yankee Con., 32; A.
I T. Simmons, 1. Concentrates: Mammoth mill, 4
j carloads; May Day Jigs, 9; Tesora mill (Alaska
H ore), 5; the Mammoth mill also shipped 4 bars of
H Park City shipments for the week ending June
H 28th were as follows: Daly-West, 3,290,000 pounds;
Ontario, 1,304,300; Daly, 56,800; Anchor, 423',400, and
H Silver King, 135,850.
H Ajax was traded in at from 2330 l-2c, closing
with a bid of 29 l-4c, offered at 30 l-2c.
H Carisa, although reporting with good shipments,
H declined and is weak at 25c, closing at 24 l-4c bid,
K offered at 24 7-8e.
H Mr. G. H. Dern, manager of the Con. Mercur,
H leaves for Jersey City to attend the annual meet-
H ing to be held July 7th. He will be unable to
H make a complete report of the mine's workings for
H the mbnth of June, on account of the extra work
H caused by the fire in the town of Mercur.
H The output for the month of Juno is lighter
H than the preceeding month, owing to the demor-
B alisation of the working force during the fire.
H However, Supt. Edwards reports everything is ro-
H covering its normal condition at the property.
H An expert who examined the property last week
H reports development work being pushed upon the
H new channel of ore and it is estimated that this
n now body alone is worth $1,000,000 to the property.
IB The stock has been very firm at from $1.982.00,
H closing with $1.98 3-4 bid, offered at $1.99 3-4.
H Heavy buying orders on Daly-West advanced it
H from $48 to $49.25. These orders come from in-
H side holders and would seem to verify the rumor
H of the increase in dividends. The stock sold for
Hj $50 this mornirig.
H Lower Mammoth, although making fair ship-
H ments for the month, suffered a decline of 5 cents,
H and closed with 91c bid, offered at $1.02.
H Mammoth closed with $1.25 bid, $1.25 1-2 asked.
H 1300 shares changing hands at from $1.221.25.
H May Day closed with a bid of 18 l-2c, stock of-
H fered at 20c, and was very weak at these prices,
H no new reports coming from the mine.
H Sacramento closed with a bid of 27 l-8c, offered
H at 27 3-4c, and is very strong at these prices, sell-
H ing as high as 28c.
B Sunshine closed with a bid of 241-4c, offered
H at 25c, a small amount of stock selling at 25 l-4c.
H Manager Moore, of this property, received a settle-
H ment for the first half of June, while the mill was
H running on 120 tons of crude ore per day, amount-
H ing to $5000. The last half of the month the mill
H was handling 130 tons per day and the number of
f tons is to be increased gradually. The estimated
H earnings are $12,000 per month.
H South Swansea closed at 311-2c bid, no stock
H offered, a few sales being recorded at 32c. The
H mine made very good shipments in June.
J Uncle Sam was considerably weaker, selling as
H low as 27c. At the present writing there are no
new reports from the mine.
H The Utah, of Fish Springs, distributed a dividen'd
B of 2c per share among the stockholders on July
H 1st. This mine has made a very good showing con-
H steering that it is so far from a railroad and every
H Pound of ore has to be hauled ninety miles. The
property has been opened up to a depth of 800 feet
and the owners are pleased with the developments.
The closing quotations were 48c bid, offered at 52c.
Ingot changed hands at 4 3-4c, closing with 4 l-4c
bid and 5c asked.
California has been very strong at from 12 3-4c
to 14c, closing with 13c bid, offered at 13 l-4c.
Yankee Con. has made an excellent showing for
June in the large number of cars shipped. We
learn from a heavy holder that the property is
showing up well, having exposed some fine ore
bodies. The closing quotations wore $1.13 1-2 bid,
$1.14 1-2 asked.
The exchange will close on the Fourth of July
and remain closed until Monday, July 7th.
We will be pleased to answer any inquiries re
garding any of our mines and stocks.
Yours very truly,
HUDSON SONS CO.
Sales for the Week.
June 20 to June 30 inclusive.
No. op Shakes. Value
Ajax...' 4,ioD 1,281.37
Carisa 6,200 2,033.12
Con. Mercur 400 798.25
Daly J 400 81400
Daly West 917 44,25087
Eagle and Blue Bell 100 8500
Galena 500 90 00
Grand Central 100 301.50
Ingot 100 4750
Lower Mammoth 900 978.75
Mammoth 2400 2,94913
May Day 6,500 1,285.50
S icramento 3,000 ' 802.24
South Swansea 2, 100 366.75
Sunshine 500 12625
Star Con 800 145.00
Uncle Sam 3,300 977.88
United Sunbean 100 20.00
Valeo 500 .. 60.00
Ben Butler 10,100 1,012.13
California 12,000 1,608.12
Century 1,300 408.50
Martha Washington 1,200 341.25
Tetro -. 2,100 369.00
Yankee 500 567.50
Total 60,117 $61,719.61
Open Market 20,752 $10,675.76
Total for week 80,869 $72,395.37
Total sales for month Ending 765,839 423,330.95
June 30, 1902.
(From Chicago Tribune.)
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