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THE BI8BEE DAILY REVIEW, QIS3EE ARIZONA, SUNDAY MORNING Nov, LMDZii 2, 13i3.
-MINING APPLICATION, NO. 855.
8URVEY NO. .1662.
United States Land Otuce,
Tucson, Arizona, Oct. 23, 1003.
Notice is hereby given that in pur
two or iho -.ovuea Statutes of the
United States, cOi'i'EK QUKEN CON
SOLIDATED MINING COMPANY. U
coryoratic:i oianLxd and existing
under and by vntue of the laws ol
the State ot New VorK, and having
iU. principal puce of business in tLt
Territory ol .. .zona at tho City ot
UIsIk m the county ot cochise, in
said V .itory ol A.lzona, and whose
postoilice aduroos is bisuee, Arizona,
by Viai.er Douglas, whose pestotnee
-address is iiisboe, Cochise County,
Anzoja Territory, its attorney, 1l
fact, cliunii the .ollomau lone mm
Jng locations, to-wit:
1.5'JO linear leet ot the Black Haw Ik
lode, the discovery snalt being S. 03
degiees . 1-i tt. trom a point in the
-no.thossierly side line ol said lode
distant b. 23 uegiees, 54 iniuutcs L
S2u it troiu the N.' K. Cor., being Cor.
-Mo. 4 of said lode; 1.500 tl. ot the Biue
Bird lode, the discovery snatl belut,
S. oil uc'tircej, 31 uiiuules K. 340 tt.
from the N. Y. oor., being Cor. N:.
3 ol said lode; 1.5u0 linear ft. of the
Red Bird lode, the discovery shall
being N. 4G degrees E. 3t0 tt. from
-tho S. V. Cor., being Coi.'i,No. 2 ol
said lode; l,5ud. linear feet of'thelluni
log Bird lode. the distoveiy
shaft being N. 3 degrees. 18 minutes
W. C70 tcel from the S. W. Cor., being
Cor. No. 2 of said lode; 1.500 linear
ft. ol the Black Bird lode, the dls-
covery shaft being S. 79 degrees 30
-minutes K. 420 ft. from a point in
the northwesterly side lino of sa.d
lode distant N. 63 degrees, 54 E. 3uo
ft. fiom tho N. W. Cor., being Cor.
No. 4 of said lode, said point in said
northwesterly side line being also
Cor. No. 1 of the Blue Bird lode, this
survey; 1,323 linear ft of the Eagle
lode, tho discovery shaft being N. 80
degrees, 15 minutes E. 470 ft. from
. a point in the northwesterly end line
of said lode distant S. 35 degrees 10
fully described as to metes anj
ao pojFod feil repmo oirj Xq spunoq
said Mining claim, which is more
tho claim and by the ncld notes of
Township 23 South, itange 24 East, -.
& S. It. M., has made application to
the UnltedStates for a patent for the
lode; together with surface ground
upon and for each ot said lodes, a
hereinafter more particularly de
scribed; All bearing Copper and other met
als, and situate in the Warren Min
ing District, in Cochise County, Ari
zona Territory, approximately in
survey thereof now on file in the of
fice of the Register of the United
States Land Office a. Tucson, Ari
L., on -line between cors. C and 7 of
zona, as follows, towit:
Mineral Survey No. 1662.
COCK ROBIN: Beginning at Cor
No. 1, the N.-E. Cor., identical wiui
location and with Cor. No. 5 of the
Monitor Lode. Surrey No. 1550, a pine
post 4 ft. long. 4 ins. square set 1 ic
in ground in mound of "Stones, scribed
1-1662 C. R. L.. whence U. S. M. M.
No. 3 bears S.'20 degrees, 53 minutes,
30 scijuds D. 68i.7 ft.; thence N.
.70 degrees, 59 minutes, W. 500.8 ft.
to Cor. No. 2, the N. W. Cor.rtdentlcal
with Cor. No. 2 of the Eagle Lode,
this Survey, a pine post 4 ft. long 4
inches square, sctibed 2-1562 C. R. L.;
thence S. C5 degrees 10 minutes .V.
53C.5 ft. to Cor. No. 3, the S. W. Cor..
a pine j:ost. scribed 3-1CC2 C. R. L.:
thence S. SS degrees, 49 minutes, 3i'
550 linear ft. of the Cock Robin lode,
the discovery shaft being S. 38 de
grees. 50 minutes E. 110 ft. from tne
N. W. Cor., being Cor. No. 2 of sal
seconds E. 630.12 fL to Cor. No 4.
the S. E. Cor., a pine post 4 ft. Jong,
4 inches square, scribed 4-16C2 C. R.
minutes "W. COO ft. from tho N. TV
Cor., being Cor. No. 4 of said lode:
Wade Hamrtor. Lode, Survey No. Z-,i.
at a point S. 23 degrees, 51 minutes E.
184.2 ft. from Cor No. 7 of said lode
thence N. 35 degrees, 10 minutes E.
350.01 ft. to Cor No. 1, the place of
BLACK BIRD. Beginning at Cor
No. 1, the N. E. Cor., identical with
Cor. No. C of the "Wade Hamuton
Lode, Survey No.' 343, cor." Nc. 1 of the
Black Hawlk lode, this survey, and
the N. W. Cor. of the unsurveyed
Sknkum claim, a pine post 4 ft. Ions
scribed 1-1C62 Bk. B. L. .whence U. S.
M. "M-. No. 3 hears N. 2 degrees, 25 min
utes E. 76S.7 ft , thence S. 18 degrees.
58 minutes E. COO ft. to Cor. No. 2,
the S. I- Cor identical with N. E.
Cor. of unsurveyed Fredericksburg
.Lode, a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 Inches
soarf pcr'b 2-tr.cz rtk B. I,.:
thence S. 63 desrecs, 54 minutes W.
. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 2, the S. W. Cor .
' identical with N. W. Cor of unsur
veyed Fredericksburg Lode, a pine
post 4 ft. long. 4 inches square,
scribed 3-1662 Bk. B. L-: thence M.
18 derroes, Eg minutes W. COO ft. to
cor. No. 4, tho N. W. Cor., identical
with S. end center of Blue Bird Lode,
this survey, a pine post 4 ft. long.
4 inches square, scribed 4-1CC2 Bk. B.
L.; thence N. 63 degrees. 54 minutes
E. 15C0 ft. to Cor No. 1, the place of
HUMINO BIRD: Beginning at
Cor. No. 1, tho S E. Cor., on line be
fwvfm Ctyf .. hr Pl Ttin!
Lode, tnis survey, at a iwiiit h it. f.
"2S iiesT.T'5 f.i miiutfs V. Trom Cor.
Nu. J ol said lilue xiu uiue, a p.u
post scribed 1-16S2 H. B. L., whence
U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N. 48 degrees.
3fi miniums E. 2242.5 ft.; thence S.
35 dVpree, 10 minute1? V. f.39.5 ft. to
Cor. No. 2, tho S. V.. Cor., a pine post
4 ft. long 4 2-chP3 rqtnre. scribe1
2-1 CC2 II. B. L., thence N 23 degrees.
54 minutes W. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3.
the N. 7. Ccr. identical with Cor. No.
1 of the Happy Home Lode and Cor.
No. 2 of the Iron Mountain Lode,
Surveys No. 1CC5, a pic post 4 ft
long, 4 Inches square, scribed 3-lCfii
H. B. L-; thenco N. 35 degreci, 10 min
utes E. 529.7 I- to Cor. No , identi
cal -with Cor. No. 1 of the Iroi. "foun
tain and Cor. No. 2 of the Family
Lodes, Surveys No. 1605, and with cor.
.No. 5 of tho Ea?ie Lode, this survey,
a pine pct-i-ft. long, tnches square,
.scribed 1C62 H." B. I: thence N.
' 03 .degTeea,-54 minutes E. 14G ft. to
or. No. 5, Identical with Cor. No. 3
oiliue Jiird Lode, tb.3 survey, a pine
- post 4 ft..-- Ions. 4 Inches square.
scrlfcci-alCC: IL J.. L.: Uience 3. :2'
oegrees, 54 minutes, E. 1418 tt. to or.
No. 1, the place of beginning.
BLUE BIRD: Beginning at Cor.
No. 1, tne a. tl. Cor., lucuiical witn
Cor. No. 2 of Red Bird Lode, thU sur
vey, a pine post scribed 1-1662 B. U. L.,
whence U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N. 40
--)ji) orjix jo xis JdjdBqo jo osueut,
"CSau, ou minutes E. 1705 ft.;
ineuce S. 63 degrees, 54 minutes W.
oiiu i. to Cor. No. 2. the S-. W. Cor.,
a pino post I it', long, 4 inches square,
ie.ibed 2-1662 B. B. L.; thence N. 2o
uegiees 54 minutes W. 82 ft. to Cor.
.o : ol Hunting Bird Lode, thu
"uiicy, 1500 ft. on same bearing to
or No. 3, Identical with Ccr. No. 5
j; Hunting Bird Lode, this survey, a
,.. ,osi 4 It. long, 4 inches square,
ii ..: 3-1662 B. B. L.; thence N. 63
e- i 54 minutes E. 600 ft. to cor-uc-
u 54 minutes E. 600 ft. to ror
Ni. 1, the N. E. Cor., identical witn
i .v,o. 3 of the Red Bird Lode, this
ii -j , a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 Inches
-quuie scribed 4-1662 B. B. L.; thence
-. . degrees, 51 minutes E. 1500 tt.
o -. No. 1, the place of beginning.
" i:u BIRD: Beginning at Cor. No.
I. the S. E. Cor., identical with Cor.
."Io 2 of Black Hawlk Lode, this sur-'-',
a pine post 4 ft. long, 4 inches
-quaie, scribed 1-1662 R. B. L.,
hence U. S. M. M. No. 3 bears N.
2S degrees, 58 minutes E. 1180 ft;
her.ee S. 63 degrees, 51 minutes v.
6C0 ft. to Cor. No. 2. u.o S. W. Cor.,
identical with Cor. No. 1 of Blue Bird
Lode, this survey, a pine post 4 ft.
.ong, 1 inches square, scribed 2-u.-R.
B. L.; thence N. 23 degrees, 54 min
utes Y. 1500 ft. to Cor. No. 3, identi
cal with v-or. No. 4 of the Blue r-
l.ode. this survev. & nlno nnat srrlhort
3-1662 R. B. L.. thence N. 63 degrees, t
54 minutes E. COO ft. to Cor. No. 4,
Identical wlta Cor. No. 3 of Black
Hawlk Lode, this survey; thence S. '
23 degrees, 54 minutes E. 1500 ft. to
Cor. No. 1, the place of beginning.
BLACK HAWLK: Beginning at
Cor. No. l, the S. E. Cor., identical
with Cor. No. 1. of the Blark Bird
Lode, this survey. Cor. No. 6 of Wade
Hampton Lode, Survey No. 343, and
the N. W. Cor. of unsurveyed Skukum
Ixjde, a pine post 4 ft. long, scribed
1-1662 B. H. L. -whence U. S. M. M.
No. 3 bears N. 2 degrees 25 minutes
E. 768.7 ft.; thence S. 63 degrees, 54
minutes "W. 600 ft. to Cor. No. 2. the
S W. Cor., identical with Cor. No. 1
of the Red Bird Lode, this survey, a
pine post 4 ft. long, 4 inches square,
scribed 2-16C2 B. H. L.; thence N. Zo
degrees, 54 minutes W. 1500 ft. to Cor.
No. 3. identical with Cor. No. 4 of
Red Bird Lode, this survey, a pine
post scribed 3-1662 B. H. L.; thence
N. C3 degrees 54 minutes E. 34 ft. to
Cor. No. 1 of the Eagle Lode, this,
survey. COO ft. on -same bearing to
Cor. No. 4, the N. E. Cor.; thence S.
23 degrees, 54 minutes E. 126.C ft.
to Cor. No. 7 of Wade Hampton Lode,
survey No. 343. 310.8 ft. on same beat
Ing to Cor. No. 4 of the Cock Robin
Lode, this survey. 1500 ft. on same
bearing to Cor. No. 1. the place of
EAGLE: Beginning at Cor. No. 1,
identical with Cor. No. 3 of-the Cock
Robin Lode, this survey, a pine post
4 ft. Ions. 4 inches sauarc. scribed
1-16C2 E. L., whence U. S. M. M. No.
3 bears S. 72 degrees 51 minutes E.
1201.6 ft.; thence N. 35 degrees 10
minutes E. 536.5 ft. to Cor. No. 2,
identical with Cor. No. 2 of the
""ock Robin Lode, this survey, a
nine post 4 ft. long, 4 inches square,
fcribed 2-1662 E. L.; thence N. 70 de
grees. 59 minutes W. 277.5 ft. to Cor.
Mo. 3 the N. E. Cor.. Identical with
Cor No. l of the Scallawag Lode ar.d
Cor. No. 4. of the Monitor Lode, S.:r-vey-s
No. 1559, a nine nost 4 ft. lone.
i inches square, scribed 3-1662 E L.;
whence S. 75 degrees. 22 minuter, W ,
CI 1 ft. to Cor. No. 4, the N. W. Cor.,
Hentical with Cor. No. 1 of the Ne
na'kr. Lode and Cor No. 1 of the Upe
icr Lode, Survey No. 1603, 1200 ft.
on same bearing to Cor. No. 5,
:he S. W. Cor., identical with Cor.
Nc. 4 of the Huming Bird LoJ-;, ihis
survey Cor. No. lof the Iron Moun
tain Lode and Cor. No. 2 of the Fam
ily Lode, Surveys No. 1603, a r'-no
post 4 ft. long. 4 in'hes square, I
scribed 5-1CC2 E. I. : the-ice N. 63 ie
giees, 54 minutes, E. I4C ft. lo Cor.
N., 3 of the Blue Bird an i Cor. No.
3 of the Huming Bi-d Lodes this sur
vey, 74C ft. on same bearing to Cor.
ner No. 3 of the Red Bird and Cor. No.
I of the Blue Bird Lodes, this survey,
134C ft. on same bearing to Cor. No.
3 of the Black Hawlk and Cor. No. 4
of the Red Bird Lodes, this survey,
1380 ft. on same bearing to Cor. No.
1 "tb "'a;- c? ,'o"irn:"
Variations at the corners of all of
the forgoing lods, 11 degrees 45
Total net area Black Bird Lode,
Total net area Humisg Bird lode.
Total net are3 Eaeie lode, 14.290 ,
Total net area Black Hawlk locc, !
Total net area Red Bird lode, 20.645
Total not area Blue Bird lode, 20.643
Total area Cock Robin lode. 5.51S
Area in concict wuli Wade tlanip-l
ten idp. survey No 3 '3. not cliitied
Area In conflict with Black Hawlk
lode, this survey, 1.939 2.CQ4 acres.
Net area Cock Robin lode, 2.9
Net arm lode claim, 120165 ito-
The prcSuriPd course of the ledge
of the Black Hawlk. Red Bird, Blue
Bird and Huming Bird lodes bears
from their south end center monu
ments N. 23 degrees, 54 minutes W.
1500 ft; the presumed course of the
ledge of the Black Bird" lode bears
from the cast and center monument
of said lode, S- C3 degrees, 54 minutes
W. 1500 fc.; the presumed course of
the ledge of the Eagle lode bears
from the west, end center monument
of said lode, N. 65 degrees, 10 minutes
E. 1223 ft.; the presumed course of
the Jedge of the Code Robin lode
bears-from Cor. "No. 1 of said lode,
west 550 ft.
Thl3 claim Is located In the War-
ran mining fiistr'ct. Cochise RsistyJ
Arizona Territory, approximately in
Township 23 South. Range 24 East,
CUa i Salt.River .Pr.se &. "eridlaa. i
Tho location notices ot tho above
described lodes are recorued as fol
Cock Robin lode, in Book 15, Rec
ords of Mines, at Dases 406-7.
Blue Bird lode, in Book 17, Records
of Mines, at cage 519.
Red Bird lode, in Book 17, Records
of Mines, at page SI.
Black Hawlk lode In Book 17, Rec
ords of-.Mlnes,. al. page 517.
Burning Bird lode, In Book 17. Rec
ords or Aimed, page CIS.
Eagle lo'de ih' Book 17, Records of
Mines, at page SO.
Black Bird lode, in Bcok 17, Rec
ords of Mines, at page 79.
All of said books being of the rec
ords of Cochise County, Arizona Ter
ritory, ind in the office of the County
Recorder of said Cochise county.
Adjoining claims are: Nebraska
Upeter, Family, Iron Mountain and
Happy Homo lodes, surveys Nos. 1603,
claimant herein owner, and Sparrow
lode, unsurveyed. F. L. Harrington,
claimant, on the West; Fredericks
burg lode, unsurveyed, Fred Hedberg
claimant, on the South; Skukum lode,
unsurveyed, Fred Heuoerg claimant,
and wade Hampton lode. Survey No.
343, claimant herein owner, on the
East; and Monitor and Scallawag
lodes, Surveys Nos. 1559, claimant
herein owner, on the North.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said 'Cock Rob
in, Blue Bird, Red Bird, Black Hawlk,
Huming Bird. Eagle and Black Bird
mine, or -surface ground, arc re
quired to file their adverse claims
with the Register of the United States
Land Office at Tucson, in the County
of Pima, Territory of Arizona, during
the sixty days period of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by vir
tue of the provisions of the statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
1st. pub Oct 27. 1903.
A middle aged man and his wife de
cided to take a trip to Washington, and
as it was the beginning of the season
they both invested in sonic new clothes
for the journey. Their grownup chil
dren made fim of their "new" appear
ance, but it was not unti Ibey were
safely settled In their seats and opened
their bags that they discovered the joke
that had been played upon them.
One of their offspring had filled both
satchels with rice, and. on taking out
what they needed, the tiny grains were
Of course there was at once an
amused smile on every one's face, and
the mother felt herself getting redder
than she had ever been in bcr life be
fore and was made no more comforta
ble when a fnt German woman oppo
site leaned over and said quite audi
bly: "Acb never mind I'm a vlddcr o
inan now. but this time nest week I'll
lie in the same fix myself." Ni w York
A Handicap VaatU.
"The trouble about our lwy Josh,"
said Fanner Corntossel. "is that we
haven't given him the proper kind of
a show to come out strong."
"We've always been careful and sav
ing," said his wife.
"That's jest the point. In roost stories
an" plays the boy that wouldn't work
goes away from home an ain't heard
of till he comes back an' pays on tin'
mortgage. Now. we've been that In
dustrious that there ain't any mortgage
left fer .Tosli to pay off." Washington
Tho instructor wat trying to teach
the class the lesson that liralu work is
no less important that the work of
"Now." he said, "to recapitulate,
how many kinds of labor are there!"
"Two." replied the solemn faced
young man "organized and agonized."
"Well," said the boarder who was
fond cf quoting tilings "opportunity
knocks once at every man's door."
"Huh!" snorted Slopay. "an opportu
nity to pay my lioanl bill knocked at
my door four times today." Philadel
phia Public Ledger.
The Unhappy Accoacd.
"Prisoner, have you anything to say
in your own behalf!"
"Well. Jedge. it's like dk Dat lawyer
o" mine be got me so niis'bly confusll
en tod dat I really riunuo what I done'
nor what I done it for." Cleveland
"James, are you not coming to Sab
bath school today!"
"No. ma'am. I hired cr substitoot fer
lree marbles an" cr piece of clicwln"
gum." San Francisco Examiner.
lined Moat of the "Word.
"What did your wife say when you
got homer .
"My dear sir. I'm no dictionary, and
anyhoiv It wonld he easier to pit-k out
tbc words .she overlooked." Cblragq
MINING APPLICATION NO. 837.
SURVEY NO. 1696.
U. S. Land Offlce, Tucson, Ariz., Oct.
Notice is hereby given, that Thomas
Higgins, whose post office address is
1199 Magnolia Ave, Lq5 Angeles, Cal.
has this day tiled his application for a
patent for fifteen hunured linear feet
of the Trotter mine or vein, bearing
copper and other metals, with surface
ground six hundred feet in width, situ,
ated in Warren Mining District, Coun
ty of Cochise, and Territory of Ari
zona, and designated by the field notes
and official plat on file in this office
as Survey number 1C9C. On unsurvey
ed lands, approximately in township
23 degrees S. Range 24 degrees E. Gila
and Salt River base, and meridian
said survey No. 1C9C being as follows:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. E
cor., a pine post 4 feet long, 4 inches
square, scribed 1-1C9C T. L.. whence
U. S. M. M. No. 1 brs. N. 73 degrees 51
minutes E- 73S1 feet; thence S. 18 de
grees 40 minutes W. 1300 feet to cor.
No. 2. the S. E. eor., a pino post scribed
2-109"t; T. L.; thence No. 20 degiees Oil
minutes W. 950 feet to cor. No. 3, the
S. W. cor., a pine post scribed 3-1G9C
T. L.; thence N. 18 degrees 40 minutes
E. 1500 feet to cor. No. 4, the N. v.
cor., a pine post scribed 4-1696 T. L.;
thence S. 20 degrees 05 minutes .2.
950 feet to cor. No. 1, the place of be
ginning. The presumed couise of the
vein on this claim is from the S. end
center of location N. 18 degrees 40
minutes E. 1500 feet.
Magnetic variation 11 degrees DO
minutes, containing 2U.476 acres.
The location of this mine is record
ed in the Recorder's Office ot Cochise
County, at Tombstone, in Book ..a.
pages 32 and 33 of Record of Mines.
Tho adjoining claimants are, north:
Chicago Lode, "unsurveyed; M. J.
Brophy et al., owners.. East: Louisi
ana Lode, unsurveyed; same owners.
South: BIsbee Lode, unsurveyed; F.
Hedberg, owner. West: Dewey Lode,
unsurveyed. same owner.
Any and all persons claim
ing adversely any portion of said Trot
ter Mine or -surface ground are requir
ed to file their adverse claims with the
register of the United States Land Of
fice, at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days period
of publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of 1he provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE,
First publication October 16, 1903.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 847,
SURVEY NO. 1748.
U. S. Land Office, Tucson, Ariz:
October 13, 1903.
Notice Is Hereby Given, that the Solo
mon Springs Copper Co., whose nos.-
office address is Bisbei, Arizona, by .
H. Palmer, authorized agent, has this
day filed his application for a patent
for 1500 linear feet of the Copper
Reef Lode mine or vein, bearing Cop
per and other metals with surface
ground COO feet in width, situated 1
Warren Mining Dil ict. County of Co
chise and Tenitory of Arizona, and
designated by the field notes and offi
cial plat on file in this office as Sur
vey Number 1748 approximately in
Township 23 South Range 23 east,
Gila and Salt river base and meridian,
saij survey No. 1748 being as follows:
Beginning at Cor. No. 1, the N. vv.
Cor. a pine post set in the ground in a
mound of stones scribed 10748 C. R.
whence the S. W. Lor. of the N. W. 1-4
of Sec. 30. T. P. 23 S., R. 25 E., G. &
S. R. B. & M., Brs. N. 83 degrees 27
minutes E. 783 feet. Thence S. 72
degrees, 20 minutes W. 1154 feet to
Cor. No. 2, the S. W. Cor., a pine post
scribed 2-1748 C. R. Thence S. 76 de
crees, 22 minutes E. 1500 ft.
to Cor. No. o, the S. E.
Cor., identical with S. W. Cor.
Copper Point, Survey No. 1729, a
pino post scribed 3-1748 C. R. Thence
N 72 degrees 20 M'nufps F ti;j lr,
to Cor. No. 3, the N. E. Cor., identical
with the N. W. Cor. Copper Point, Sus
vey No. 1729, a pine post scribed i
1748 C. R. Thence N. 7G degrees 21
minutes W. 150.0 ft., to Cor. .No. 1. the
place of beginning. The presumed
course of the vein oa this claim is
from the E. end center of location N.
7G degrees 22 minutes "W. 1500 feet.
Magnetic variation 12 degrees 15
minutes E. containing 20. Ct5 acrC5.
The location of this mine is re
corded ic the Recorder's oKice of Co
chise County, at Tombstone, in Book
2(1, Pace 170, of Roo-d of Miro
The adjv.j.i . .- i.
ilalras and Owners unlizcwr. East
u-v. i'wi:;;. No. -7-T, o. w .. u,
rdlrants hfrrin South Caretto claims.
West Caretto claims.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any rortion of said Copper
Reef, mine or surface grounc are re
quired to file their adverse claims
with the Register of the United State?
Land Offico at Tucson, in the Terri
tory of Arizona, during the sixty dayt
period of publication hereof, or they
will oe barred ty virtue cf the pro
vision's ot tho Statute.
MTT7TON R- MOORE,
1st pub. Oct 17-C0d Register
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J FISCHER, HAMILTON, HOWARD pianos, and have a number of
x STEINWAY, STORY & CLARK, SMITH & BARNES, FRANKLIN.
VOSE & SONS, "KINGSBURY pianos at one-third less than the price
1 you buy from other dealers. Small musical insti"'-.te.
j All new music at half the market price. Popt 3 jnaalc. The
1 best of gut and silvered steel strings. """
! Write us for catalogues and terms.
REDEWIUL MUS1 cO.
Come In And See Mai
viATIvK HOU.SC Corner First and riiin. '
HART DROS. Props.
"The Popular Hotel," remodeiea; 75 additional rooms, all newly furn-
Every thing strictly first-class. Elevator. American plan, $1.25 to $3.00;
,tter Includes suites with private Daths. European plan, 50 cents up.
Boston & Brown. Props.
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E. A. TOVREA & COJ
Wholesale and Retail Butchers
Joto Air torg Market. All Meitt Rtnoratd mvih dy brttr, cutting
V tr uceeif(ly filling Held of our own crotlon-
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ARCHIBALD & CUNNINGHAM
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STOVES. HEATERS OR RANGES
Household Goods of Every Description,
New and Second-Hand Furniture.
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