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Hpoiv's Market Letter.
HHIHH Juy 17tll 1802.
HHHHHHJHpMurt of the week was quite
PHnHpnreB. The terrible explo
EEBflB&SflBr& Wdneday morning caused
HHHMKHPark City stocks. The latest
HHMHHnHpifrflll catastrophe show thirty
HHBHRnffSHp unaccounted for. The dam
IHHnra not as great as first reported,
HHHHHHKiiilGo tome little time to get the
HfiMMn The stock sold Wed
HBBifllf low as ?48.25, hut reacted to
HHHH Daly stock was also affected
HB&jffljlP011' selling as low as $1.91, although
HBBpiPfflHPt the mine is in as good physical con
HHhihImOJ the accident. The stock closed
BHB9HKP& offered at $1.98.
HnHlHHme hW made the greatest advance of
IHHHKpV?11 from $S to $10.25. A stock
HBBK&ts property visited it during the week
HHHmHHI the recent developments have doubled
HHHHpf the mine.
HBHHBWk OMjr Mpneits for the week were:
HEHpPlMrt, 2,475,000 pounds; Ontario, 747,000
BflWTOWl ftnd Anchor (Daly West) concentrates,
I JWMfi pounds.
HHPIB shipments for the past week were as fol
Hmpiemini, 10 cars; Bullion Deck, 9; Tetro, 2;
HHBHglCon., 6; Carisa, 2; Dragon Iron Mine, 1;
HHHHKammoth, 2; Star Con., 2 cars. .
HHBHpprand Central company are loading their
HHHP(&4e ore on the cars with teams, awaiting
HHmptetion of the spur to the dump. The stock
HNHIpI during tt week to $4, closing with $4
HPPiired at $4.80;
V The Carisa continues to make fair shipments
H from the recent developed ore, in the Spy ground
H on the 700-foot level. The stock is inactive, sales
H being recorded during the week from 26c to 27c,
H closing with 26 3-8c bid, offered at 26 7-Sc.
H Eagle & Blue Bell, one of the most promising
H mines in the Tintic district, is to be sold to the
Bingham Consolidated Mining company, the stock
H has advanced 25 cents, selling for $1.25.
H At the annual meeting of the Uncle Sam, on the
H 14th, it was decided to levy a s-cent assessment
H to clear the indebtedness and erect a concentrator
H to treat the low-grade ores. The stock recorded
sales from 26c to 27 l-2c, closing with 26 l-2c bid,
H offered at 27c.
H Supt. Ball of the Lower Mammoth is opening up
H a good body of ore below the 1000-foot level which
H is rapidly decreasing the indebtedness of the com-
H pany. The stock sold from $1.02 to $1.05, closing
with $1 bid, offered at $1.06.
H The Sacramento mill started during the week
H and is treating about 150 tons of good ore daily.
H Dividends are likely to be resumed in the near
H futuro; the closing quotations were 31 3-4c bid, 33c
Mr. C. T. Mixer, a local mining engineer, has
recently visited the property of the Consolidated
Mercur. Speaking of the development in the
Electric tunnel, he says that the cross-cut is in a
H distance of 125 feet, the face still showing oxidized
H ore of average grade; a few feet of lime boulders
were encountered at 100 feet, but they were soon
H displace! by ore. As soon as the oxidized ore is
passed through it is expected that the base ore will
appear. The East drift along the strike of the
H doposit has been driven 141 feet and the West drift
H 80 feet. Raises have also been driven, showing a
thickness of 60 feet, so that one can readily cal-
culate the tonnage that has already been added to
the reserves of the mine by means of the Electric
tunnel. The ore is of the favorite oxidized acriety
and of equal grade to ores heretofore mined. The
slock is in. good demand at a small decline, sell
ing from $2.05 to $2.03, closing with $2 bid, offered
at $2.03 1-2.
California made a maiked advance from last
week's closing quotations, selling as high as 36c
on the report that the mill was to be started up
and work at the mine resumed. The stock closed
with 29c bid, offered at 31 l-2c.
With good reports from the Century mine, the
stock closed 33c bid, 36c asked.
Inventor Wood of the Dry Process concentrator,
used by the May Day, is at present in the camp in
specting the May Day mill with the intention of
remodeling and improving it. The stock closed
17 l-2c bid, 18 l-4c asked.
Mammoth is quite firm, recording sales at $1.26.
The Martha Washington assessment will be de
linquent on the 18th inst. The stock closed 2 5-8c!
bid, 3 l-4c asked.
We would be pleased to answer any inquiries re-j
garding any of our mines or mining stocks.
HUDSON SONS CO.
Sales for the Week.
July ii to July 17 inclusive.
No. oi- Shakes. VAiiUK.
Ajax 7,300 S 2,060.38
Carisa ., 4,800 1,255.63
Con. Mercur 3,800 7,651.00
Daly 1,808 3,587.00
Daly West 2,568 129,885.75
Eagle and Blue Beli 2,300 2,984.00
Grand Central 900 3.55000
Inpot ".. 3,500 182.50
Lower Mammoth 1,850 1.883.75
Manhattan 1,000 8.25
Mammoth 1,100 1,388.00
May Day 8,800 1,540.38
Northern Light 2,000 88.75
Sacramento 4,000 1,305.63
Silver Shield 1,500 96.60
. South Swansea 14,700 3.731-87
Sunshine 1,000 215.00
Star Con 5,600 907.24
Uncle Sam 10,000 2,729.74
Ben Butler 6,400 1,068.12
California 61,500 16,618.38
Century 200 71.00
La Reine . ... 9i700 7335o
Martha Washington 49,100 1,750.00
West Morning Glory 2,000 17.50
Little Chief 2,600 7200
Total of board sales 2,094.26 $185,381.97
Open Market 49,502 $72,64550
Total for week 258,928 $258,027.47
A paragraph is going tho rounds of the news- j f- fl
papers accrediting Senator Bacon of Georgia with I H jjfl
a eulogy of the peanut. w &, "1
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There is no question that the peanut is nutrl- 1 4 f H
tious and appetizing, and it is also true that if ' "f I r !fl
you cat one tho craving for a handful is intense. fl M ? jB
This fact is well known to tho boys who sell pea- Jr k j U jfl
nuts on the train. There was once a boy who failed tf i jH
to dispose of any part of his stock of peanuts until 1 5 j H
a more experienced vendor taught him a trick. I ,k H
"Leave one peanut with each passenger," said ''l
the wise counsellor to the new boy. "The moment ) v M
a man eats oner peanut he'll buy a bag." I 1 ,!
And it's true. Try it yourself. Washington Post. i , , ' 4 H
Hirshmans had a low-shoe sale during the rf f H
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week. The sign puzzled some folks. Those who m , . H
went in found that the shoes and prices were both U , H
cut low. a,1! . '
HUDSON SONS COMPANY, I j I
STOCK BROKERS. i; I
Suite, 5-6 Walker Bank Building, ' it! 'H
Correspondonco Solicited. CPli I nU p:fv Utah h? Cl
Tbikpuonk No. 55. aai1 LaKe 0,iy Uian ir'?M
Colorado Midland. I
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W. H. D0NNELL, fi.fl
General Agent. i' 4
Cbc Aristocrat $5.00 Shoe If M
For men. -A decidedly swell thing Kff'iB
for up-to-now sort of folks. Then, Iff"
too, the good old fashioned sorts Bf JH
made in a new fashioned way. JM 1IH
THE SHOE PEOPLE. llfll
TflOM'ASiHOMERkesseev?and)i Manager, IIHI
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