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BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPT. 4, 190l.
P. J. HART, mTD-
CMtreJ LetfiiM Neese
8 to 10 a. m
OR. O. E. LINDSTRAND, '
494 Tombstone Canyon.
Call answered t all hours.
Prank K., Hereford Seth , Hazzarr
HEREFOHP HAZZARO -
ATTORNEYS AND COUNSELLORS
far Land Script
46 N. 8TOE AlENCE.
Next visit t'i Hisbee,
N&co and Doo.a iu
J. P. DB MATTOS,
Room 14, P. O. Building, Blsbee,
Blsbee and Douglas Abstracts of
DR. H. W. TAYLOR and
J .A. PARIIS, M. D.
Refractle Ee Specialists,
Next visit to Blsbee and Doug.
las In December.
a, M. O' Cennell,
Raom No. t. Sank Building
K. W. Baum, M. O.
Leuls Dysart, M. O.
D. E. Broderlck. M a.
PHYSICIANS iSJi SDKUEUAd
OR. W. E. HANKIN
ooma 2, S and 4, over Postofflce.
.iR. Carpenter, M. D.
Albert Wilkinson, M. D.
"EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT,
Boomg S, 8, 4 and 5, Miller Building,
Opposite Hotel Sheldon,
1 Paao, . . Texas.
DR. CHAS. H. HUNT,
' BISBEE TRADING COMPANY.
,T. SHIELDS COLLIN8, M. D.
OFFICE: ABOVE JOHNSON HOUSE.
Phone, 1442 rings and 1443
F. Bauer. G. B. Wells.
I BAUER & WELLS,
PRACTICAL BRICK AND STONE
Boll Work, and Engine Foundations
Office: 545 Brewery Gulch. Postofflce
1 BIBBEE, ARIZ.
(Under new management,
Best twenty-five cint meal in the city.
MRS. BETT1E JONES, Prop.
Opposite Johnson House.
. WLLL S. HELL,
Lemonade, Mlltc Shake,
Ic Cream and Candles
1ALL FAMILY WASHING
481 Naco Road
C4W. itACK, ftf A""
"Wises, ilbnors and" Cigars.
Mcdonald & KiNstY
ti, aad Ceaveyascers.
Office DvbKher Building, Brewer)
CHARLES 5. ROGERS
(LATC or WASHINGTON, O. C J
SOLICITOR OF PATENTS
AND INFRINGEMENT LAWYER
128 W. Third St., lot Angeles, Cat.
MINING AMPLICATION NO. 818, SUR.
1 .-VfcY NO. 181Z.
United States Land Office,
Tucson, Arizona, July 23, '1903.
Notice Is hereby given that Djnald
Macphun, whose postofflce address
U Blsbee, Cochise ci unty. Arizona, has
this day filed his application for a
patent on each for 1.50C linear feet of
the Northern Light and Red Jacket
mine or velu, bearing copper, gold and
slher. with surface ground on each
600 feet In width, situated in Warren
mining district, county of Cochise and
Territory of Arizona and designated
by the field-notes and official plat on
file In this office as survey Number
1812, approvlmately in township No.
23 S.. range No. 24 E. (unsurveyed),
Gila and Salt River base and meridian;
said sutvey No. 1812 be'ng as follows:
RED JACKET Beginning at cor.
No. 1, the S. E. cor., identical with cor.
No. 4 Northern Light, of thl3 survey,
a pine post scribed 1-1812 R. J..
whence U. S. M. M. No. 4 bears S. 11
degrees 36 minutes E. 6466 5 feet;
thence N. 13 degrees 45 minutes E. 600
feet to cor. No. 2, the N. E. cor.. Iden
tical with cor. No. 3 Northern Light
of this survey: thence N. 62 degree?
20 minutes W. 48 4 'et to cor. No. 3;
thence N. SO degrees 34 minutes W
14&1.6 feet to cor. No. 1, the N. W.cor..
thence S. 13 degrees 45 minutes W
600 feet to cor. No. 5. the S. W. cor..
Identical with cor. No. 3 Warren Boy
lode ro. 1681; theace S. 80 degrees
34 minutes E. 1451.6 feet to cor. No. 6.
Identical with corners No. 2 and 3 re
spectively of the Warren Boy and
Highflier lodes. No. 1681; thence S.
62 degrees 20 minutes E. 48.4 feel to
cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
NORTHERN LIGHT LODE Begin
nlng at cor. No. 1. the S. E. cor, a
pine post scribed 1-1812 N. L., whence
TT. S. M. M. No. 4 bears S. 0 degrees 17
minutes W. 5367.8 feet. Thence N. 13
degrees 45 minutes E. 600 feet to cor.
No. 2, the N. E. cor: thence N. 62
degrees 20 minutes W. 1500 feet to
cor. No. 3. the N. W. cor.. Identical
with cor. No. 2 Red Jacket lode of tbte
survey; thence S. 13 degrees 45 mln
utes W. 600 feet to cor. No. 4. the
S. Wl cor., identical with cor. No. 1
Red Jacket lode of this survey: thence
S. 62 degrees 20 minutes E. 1451.6 feel
to cor. No. 2 Highflier lode No. 1631:
1500 feet, same, bearing, to cor. No. 1
She place of beginning.
The presumed course of the veins on
theee claims are as follows: Red
Jacket lode from y.. end center N. 61
degrees 20 minutes W. 48.4 feet:
thence N. 80 degrees 34 minutes W
1451.6 feet. Northern Light lode, from
the W. end center of location 8. 62
degrees 20 minutes E. 1500 feet.
Magnetic variation. 11 dsr-ees 55
minutes E. Area, 40.64 acrft.
The location of this mine Is recorded
In the recorder's office of Cochlae
county. Red Jacket In Book 20 page
541; Northern Light In Book 23 page
118. Records of Mines, at Tombstone
The adjoining claimants are: North
Lclalms and owners unknown; wct
same; easL same; south, warren
Boy and Highflier lodes No. 1681
Donald Macphun, owner.
Any and all persona claiming ad
versely any portion of said Red Jacket
and Northern Light mine or surface
ground are required to file their ad
verse claims with the Register of the
United State Land Office at Tucson
hi the Territory of Ariiona, during the
sliry days' pe-lod of publication hr'
of. or they will be barred by virtue of
the provisions of the statnte-
MIL.TOK R. MOORE. Reciiter.
First insertion July 25, 1903 411
MIN1N6 APPLICATION NO. 824. SUR
VEY NO. TtS.
United States LaSid Office.
Tueit, Aria.. Angnat 5, 1903.
Notice Is -s-eby r-vea that The Ea-s-
ter Sunday Gold Mining tc Milling
company, wvose postofflce addreaa Is
Blsbee, Cochise county. Artaona, na
this day filer the apalication for a
patent for 1457-1457 1492-1432 respec
tive linear feet of the Eastac Sunday ;
Hogback Fraction, Side Line St Saddle
mine or vein, bearing copper, sold and
silver with surface ground ot each 600
feet In width, site 'cd In Warren Min
ing diatrlet. eountr 'chiBe and ter
ritory of Arizona tz:h de!gtta?ed by
the field-notes and o3clal plat on me
In this office as Snrve No. 1706 in sec
tion 17. In townslte 233, R 25 E G. ft
S. R. B. K.
Said Survey No. 1705 being as
Easter Sunday Begfaamg at cor.
No. 1, tbe N. W. cor a pine post in
a mound of stones scribed 1-1705 E. S.
L. whence the N. W. cor. of the N. W.
quarter, sec. 17 T. S. 33 3. R 25 E.
beira S. 59 degrees 07 minutes W.
735.4 feet and stone . monument on
Sacramento "Hill bears N. 85 degrees I
40 mlnntes W. thence N. 89 degrees
49 minutes E. 600 feet to cor. No. 2.
the N. E. cor., theoco 13 degrees 20 ,
ralnntr.- E. 1457 feet to cor. No. 3, the I
S. E. Cor., thence S. 89 degrees 49
minutes W. 600 feet to cor. No. 4,'the
3 W. cox., hence N. 13 degrees-20
mlnutea W. 1457 feet to cor. No. 1 the
place of beginning. c
Hogback Fraction beginning at cor.
No. 1. the N. W. cor. Identical. with
cor. Nov 2 Easier Sunday Lode of'thls
survey, a 'fftne 'post in a' mound of
stones 'scribed 1-1705 H. B. L. whence
the Caloeaet Jb Pittsburg shaft bears-
S,. 18 'decrees, 20-minutes W, a tM
N.fW?-cozC' of the SW. jjaarter c
i-r.n m naj Ck n a. b.-Vb x-
147 eean s. 7Z aearees tz ,bbmj,
K theac g. 1X- degree 28 m!a
utes E. 1457 feet to cor. No. 3, the S.
B. EL cor., thence S. 89 degrees 49 mln
utes W. 600 feet to cor. No. 4, the S.
W. cor., thence N. 13 degrees 20 min
utes W. to corner No 1 the place of
The Saddle Lode Beginning at cor.
No. 1. the N. W., cor., identical with
cor. No. 4 Easter Sunday Lode of this
survey, a pine post In a inoucd of
stones scribed 1-1705 S. E., wncsc-i
the N. W. cor. of the S. W. quarter
sec. 17. T. S. 238. R. 25 E. G & S. R.
B. & M. bra. N. 42 degrees 55 minute
W. 1420.3 feet, thence N. 83 degrees
49 minutes E. 600 feet to cor. No. 2.
tne N. E- cor., thence S 13 decrees
20 minutes E. 1492 '.set t cor No 3,
the 3. E.-cor., thence S. 89. degrees 19
minutes W. 600 ,feet to tho corner No.
4. the S. W. cor., thence N. 13 degrees
20 minutes W. 149 1 feet to cjrner No.
1, the place of beginning.
Ine, Sideline Beginning at corner
No, 1, the northwest 'crnjr Identlral
with, corners Nbs, 2, 3 aini 4, respea
tirely of the Saddle, EaVer Sundny
and' Hogback Fraction,- -laini of this
sune, a point la a mound of stores
scrJlicd J-1705 S. L. U, whece the N.
W. corner of the S. vr. 1-4 nectioa ?7.
T. S. 23 S. R. 25 E. O. S R. B. A.
M. bearc north 56 degree 29 mlni'tes
W. 1880 feet, thence N. 39 degree 49
minutes E. 600 feet to corner No 2, the
N. E. corner, thence S. 13 degrees 0
minutes E. 1492 feet to cor. No. 3, the
S E. corner, thence S. 89 degrees 49
minutes w. 600 feet to corre- No. 4.
the S. W. corner, thence N. 1? degrees
20 minutes W. 1492 fn to corner No.
1, the place of beginning:
The presumed course of the veins
of these claims are as follows: Easter
Sunday from N. end comer of loca
tion S. 13 degrees 20 mlnnies E. 1457
feet; Hogback Fraction from the N.
end center of location S. 13 degree 20
minutes E. 1457 feet: Saddle from the
N. end center of location S. 13 degrees
20 minutes E. 1492 feet; Sideline from
the N. end center of location S. 13 de
grees 20 minutes E. 1492 feet.
The said mining claims being of rec
ord In the office cf the retOTJer of
deeds of Cochise county at Torroatone
In the records of mines as follows:
Easter Sunday, book 16, pagr ISO';
Saddle, book 16, page 238; Sideline
book 16, page 267; Hogback Fraction,
book 21, pages 108-109.
The adjoining claimants are- North.
Kriegbanm claims, names unknown.
East. undsJmed. Sooth, unclaimed
West. Golden Era claims, names un
known, Bryce- et at., owners
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of safd Easter Sun
day. Hogback Fraction, Side Line and
Saddle mine or st-rface ground are' re
quired to flic their adverse claims wltB
the register of the United States land
office at Tucson, In the territory of
Arizona, durfrg the sixty ayB period
of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of tire provisions M
IN THE PROBATE COURT
Or iht- Oounty of Cochise-. Territory
In the mntwr of tbe cstatie of Tnoor.
M. Snearer, deceaseds Ntlce for
i-Oblini; or W.t letiK-nt o' ac mrt.
Notice is-hereby glvenitaat Eira O-
Longfellow,, executor of the )ai will
nd testament of THron- M. SDren
deceased, has-r-ndnrfd and pre.ned
rrseutrmpiit. ano.niea in saia conn.
h Anal acconnt of h'i admlnWiraJiun
nf said ebtater md lht Thursday-the
3rd day il Sepu-tnbeFj.lSWS t 10.3s
'clock a iu.. at the tourt numolsnd
6'jrt, at the eourt house irTomb'on,
in said Cochise comity, hao ben duly
appointed by the iudge-nf nM court,
'or the settlem"t of aid acvououat
which time and ploe any person intr
ested in ca'd estate ma, apiear rd file
hi exreplioas in writing to tbe said
.(count and contest th- same.
Dated- Augus' Fth. KKC
F. R. CVBttlEN. Clerk.
In the Prolate Oourt.of tneooaniy
oi CocW, X-"itor of Arlwniu
la l- matter ot the esute of Tbeoo
M. Sh.-a:r, ileceasd.
Ordei o snow cause why decree of
difirifculi -n sbaakl aot, be mdi
On rendiriir and flline the petition of
Ear O Lonefellow, executor of the
last will aiyl testa nl ttt Tlieon M.
shearer, decfetsed. od pmyinfranasog
otber thin irs lor an order of difitnbu'
II oo ct the rr-sianeoi saia winuwnii h
Uie f rims thereto emiuea:
It ordered. That all parsons in
teresVd in the estate of the Raid
Theon M Sharer, decea-ed. be and ap
pear lie.'ote the Probate Cojitofth
O u ty of Cechie. at tbo-Cnnrtro- laof
said Court, in th City of lomb'o e tn
said CocbWe County, on Thursday ti
3rd d.y el September, 190.1, ak.U
o'clock p. as , then and tbere to fhnw
cau.n wbv an order of -dii-trihu1oD
thoulil not ty, maan oi ineresiaaeni
said esta'e amon(f the leg aiets of the
derearc-d. accordu g-to law.
It U further oidered. That a copj
of this order b-' -nnMi-hfcI for ten day
before tbe sjid 3rd day of Sept. 1603,
in tbe Bibee Diily HCiew. a news
paper printed ana published in the
said Cocbi-e County.
T. R. O'BRIES, ,
Dated August 19th, 1903; ' 'BZi-iai
m. .. rji,.. .VC-
. O. Bex KM, Tweeen, ArhsMM.
MUM Fan. RRaNITE ?3fr
APPLICATION FOR A PATENT.
Mining Application No. 816, Survey
United States Land Office. Tucson,
Arizona, July 18, 1903.
Notice is hereby given that the es
tate or J. c. Chisholm, by Joseph F
Chlsholm, administrator, whose post
offlce address Is Blsbeo, Cochise
county, Arizona, has this day
filed his application for a pat
ent for 1963.18 aud 1160.43 re
spective linear feet of the William
Jennings Bryan and Bodey mine or
vein, bearing copper, gold and silver,
witn surface ground on each 600 feet
In width, situated In Warren mining
district, county of CochUo and Terri"
tory of Arizona, aftd designated by the
field-notes and official plat on file In
this office as survey No. 1793. approx
imately in township No. 23 south,
range 24 east unsurveyed). Gila and
Salt River base and meridian; said
survey No. 1793 being as follows:
BODEY Beginning at cor. No. 1.
the N. W. cor., identical with location,
a pine post scribed 1-173 B L., whence
U. S. M. M. Tio. 4 bears N. 68 degrees
21 minutes west 8311 feet Thence S.
24 degrees 39 minutes west 97.27 feet
to Intersection S. side line Red Jacket,
at N. 84 degrees, 07. nrlirates 30 sec
ond W. 232.56 feat from the S. R cor.
1180 feet, same Bwrrfng to cor. No. 2.
the S. W. cor., Identfcar with cor. No
3 William Jennings Bryan, a claim of
this survey. Thence S. 75 degrees 46
minutes E. 610 feet to cor. No. 3. the
S. E. cor. Thence' N. 24 degrees 3
mfmrtea E 1169.45 feet to cor. No.
the N. E. cor. Thence N. 75" degree
46 BrtBtttes XT. 60.62 feet to Intersec
tion sfde line Cherokee lode, at N. 12"
Jegrees 48 minutes E. 12".33 feet from
the 3. E. cor.. 392.14 feet, same bear
ing to Intersection E. end line Red"
Jacket lode, at X. 19 degrees IT) min
utes E. 62:08 feet from tne S. E. cor.
610 feet, same hearing to' cor. No I
the place ot Bejfhmfnp.
WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN Be
ginning at cor. No. I, the N. W. cor., tr
pine post scribed" 1-1793 W. J. B'..
whence O. S. r. M". No. 4 bears N. R
67 degrees .02 minutes- 30 seconds W".
7704 3 feet. Thence S. 24 degrees 39
minates W". 93 65" feet to Intersection
S. side line Red' Jacket lode, at N". 81'
degree.OT mlnutesf30 seconds WZ 866.22
feet from the S". E, cor. 712.93" feet,
same bearing to Intersection line 3"-4
American lode, survey No. 1716, at N.
36 degrees W. 734'.4T feet, to cor. No. 3
1063"JS feet, -same Bearing- to cor. No
2. the S. W. cor. Thence S. 75" de
grees 46 minutes ET 4Tn2T feet to In
tersection line 34' American- lbdfetl
No. 1716. at N. 36 aegrees W. 195".94
teet to corner No. 3; Thence Ni 24
degrees 39 minutes E. T63.18 feet to
cor. Nfc. 4", the NI ET cor. Thence N.
75" degrees 46 minutes W: 610 feet to
cor. No. 1. the place of begfnning. The
presumed course of the-ledge on the
tWllIIan Jennings Bryan la from tHe-S?
end center or location N. Z1 degrees 39
Imlmitw E. 163.'1- feet; and on the
Bodey lode from the N." end center of
location S. 24 degrees 3V minutes "W.
AREAS Toal area Bodey lodp
15 982 scrm less nrp, t nnnrt wltlr
'Cherokee lode .283 acres less area in
conflict with Red JacKet lode .400
acres. Ifcis area In conflict with Rabbit'
'lortp ,019 acres. Net area- Bodey lode.
15'.29B,aeres. Total' arem William Jeu-
nings Bryan lode. 14.6481 acres. lets
,area h conflict with Red Jacket lode
,.65 acres. Net area'Wniltrm Jennings
(Bryan- lode. 13.998 acres. Na' area
'grourr 29" TSS acr?a.
Mtrgnetre variation 11 degrees 651
minutes E. Area 29288' acres,.
TBe location of this- mine is record
ed' h the recorder's office of CocLise
jaunty, TfTIl'am Jennings Bryan In
uook it, page zia. tioaey m book 13,
pace 27. of the Records-orMInes. The
adjoining claimants are:
Worth Red Jacket Rabi.it and
Cberokee; unsurveyed, L. C. Shattuck,
owner: tnaay looe. unsnrveyea;
owned by applicant: herein.
South Fashion lode, Donglas- &r
! Easfr American, lode- No. 1716, Prf
irung & Hanlnger, owDsrs.
West Sophy, unsurveyed, owned
by armfleant herein.
Any and ail terson claiming ad
verseiv any portion of said WHIIanr
Jennings Bryan- or Bedey mine or urJ
face ground are required- to file their -
the United States tend office at TUe-S
son. h the Ttmltory of Arizona-, dnr
Inor the slxtr dava ceried of Dubllbat-
Jtlon hereof, or they wlJT be barred1 by
virtue of the provfclona of the s'-ittrte.
MTLTON R; MOOREL Register.
First pubMeatlon T-2-"t. t
Csh Registers and Guia Repaired.
Saw Filing and Key Fitting.
J. C. RAUB!
ARE YOU TIRED
OR YOUR HAT?
get a new one at Dorf linger'.
They have just recoived a new
lme'ln fall and winter hats for
ladies and chi'drrn. We have
the latest in toilet and manicure
aocessoiiee. Ribbon and stamped
linens for the. most fastidious at
letklrn fr NethiB
i.- -," '-
j A4rait Bunencx truai oiermo imu-
blee,?try C'vso-leeeJ Heme 'XTeatHteat;
for wratea, - "laacrMtlVe book tn.'
re ' "'iNd.REA con
lC O'Neill Bide, Phoenix, Arte.
...J. B. ANGIUS & CO,..
Boweni Henderson & Jdubb&Va
Palace Livery, Feed arid. HackStable
Mason's Old"8tand.- Upper Main Street,
" Hack at all 'hours. ' Good rigs and Careful Drivers 1
A ' 'Telephone 23 , t, ...j.
1 Bpeeial Attention Given to Boarding of Horeea, .-
I L. C. SHATTUCK
i afflMt ef Lassker, Satfe, Boon. ttt. Cttheates ee elate freef
5 aol MM were furn t'tatf m setllutlea.
M.. J. BROWN
Justice of the Peace Notary Public
Ptost Office Bojtr 556v
.... CAPrr! STOCK 26.0 ....
lumber Ya d Located! at Lowell Office at the yard and Dubacher Bid.
Directors: A-oton Troy-jim-tch, Barry djowd, J. K. Acguis
James Wood,- Bmil Marks
Officers: Anton Trofanorvcb, Phe-ident" Harry Brown, Sec.
J. B. Anguish Treasurer
A Full LineofrTimbers awt Lumber of all DescrirjtSens
Twenty Carloads on Rand
SL. Ji OVERLOCK, Manager.
I Bisbee Mercantile Co.
CHOICE. FAJIELY GROCERIES
. .wtw njnor ioaa iota- and meet all Competitors. Goods deMvered
W to nil parwof the City
g- HAY AND GRAIN
0. IC Uvery
FLETCHER & WOOD.
F. Graham &
(O. K Livery and Sale Stables)
First etas driving, and- saddle hones.
Horses bearded by the day or month.
f THEANHEUSER BEER HALL,i
fREt LUNCH 11
O em-Mm. urns
L & 0. BAR AND RESTAURANT
17 Meita Street.
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