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WEEKLY JOURNAL-MINER, WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 3, 191 1
COURT CALENDAR CONFIRMS NEWS
SMALLER THAN ! OF RICH GOLD
USUAL
'jNineteen Criminal Cases
Awaiting Action Of
Grand Jury
'TWENTY-THREE INDIVIDUALS
ttrt.ti FOE STATUTORY
OFFENCES.
(From Saturday's Daily)
With nineteen charges, the smallest
"number in several years, awaiting
investigation, the grand jury of the
May term of the District Court, has
rjcen summoned to report Monday
morning at 9:30 o'clock. In the total
number of charges twenty-three in
dividuals are involved. Two are for
murder, two for forgery and five
each for burglary, grand larceny and
assault with a deadly weapon.
Seven of the alleged crimes were
committed in Humboldt, seven in
Ash Fork and Seligman, jointly, four
in Jerome, one in Camp Verde and
four in Prescott.
The individuals held to answer bc
tore the inquisitorial body, at its
Ihree days' session, are:
Thomas Smith and Jose Cailes, bur
glarizing a railroad car; Felix Rod
rriguez, burglary; Casimero Garcia,
assault with a deadly weapon; Will
iam Kelly and Carl Schwithers, bur
glary; Pedro Flores, assault with a
deady weapon; Yner .laraugui, mur
der; John Miller, assault with a
deadly weapon; Budge Murich, grand
larceny; Augustine Vega, assault with
a deadly weapon; Gregorio Valtardo,
Jissault with a deadly weapon;
Walter Sutton, burglary; William D.
"Willis, burelary: "?- Myers, for
gery; Alexander 0. Oaks, murder;
Joe" Pratt, grand larceny; . J. Stan
ford, forgery: Vallev Rivers .-"id
"Robert Townsle3', grand larceny; W.
D. Webb, grand larceny; Oscar Con
nelr, L. L. Johnson and Frank Lam
Tjert, crand larceny.
R. J. Myers, who was arrested in
Xouisiana and brought here by Sher
iff J. W. Smith, to answer to a for
gery charge, has been adjudged in
sane and is now an inmate of b
Territorial asylum lor the insane.
The trial jury has been subpoenaed
to appear in the District Court, Mon
dav morning at 9:30 o'clock, May
Sth.
BOOSTERS CAPTURE
RECRUITS IN SOUTH
CFrom Thursday's Daily.)
Declaring the prospects 'for
'large crowd at Prescott during the
"meeting of the Knights of Columbus
State Council, June 17-18, exceed
nly good, and proudly exhibiting
five more names of prospective
"Summer Colony" builders, Frank
O. Smith and M. A. Fraser, of the
"Booster" delegation to Tucson, ar
rived home yesterday.
The new recruits include Captain
Thomas Bynning, superintendent of
'the Territorial prison; P. F. Byrne,
secretary of the Board of Prison Di
rectors, and J. II. Maxey, a prom
inent railway builder of Yuma.
A great many names were taken
by Secretary Fraser of persons who
desire to Tent summer cottages in
this city, and when the excursion ar
rives, the Tucsonites promise to go
go to the Summer Colony and make
'further selections of lots.
Tuesday afternoon, , the delegation
was treated to an automobile drive
rover the famous Tucson Speedway,
-one of the most level and perfect
stretches of boulevard in the Terri
tory. Not one of the roads in Yav
apai county exceeds this speedway
jfor scenic grandeur and comfortable
"driving. The road was built on the
initiative of N. E. Plummer, presi
dent of the Southern Arizona Bank
ind Trust company and one of the
foremost boosters of the southern
metropolis. Mr. Plummer headed the
fparty with his private car. The
- boulevard winds across tiio charming
mesas of Santa Cruz valley for seven
miles, returning along the foot of
the awe-inspiring Santa Catalina
Mountains; thence through the most
picturesque -residence of the city, a
distance, all told, of fifteen miles.
Both Mr. Plummer and Mr. Jaco
bus, whose hobby is to build hand
some villas for sale, promise to come
to Prescott with the excursionists m
June and see just what Prescott has
io oiler.
The editorial staffs -of the Star and
Citizen, the secretary and directors
?i the Chamber of Commerce and
Old Pueblo Club and many others of j
Tucson's open-hearted citizens made
the trip to Tucson one never to be
forgotten by the Prescott delegation.
The faculty of the University of
Arizona held open house for the
wavfarers also.
STRIKE
Samples of Black River
Ore Assay $80,000
A Ton
STREAK IS SAID TO AVERAGE
LESS THAN AN" INCH IN
THICKNESS.
(From Saturday's Daily)
Further news of the big gold strike
made about ten days ago by the
Black. River Mining company was
obtained yesterday. The discovery
occurred in the bottom of the main
working shaft, at a depth of about
140 feet, and the free gold values
were found in a seam of the sul
phide deposit, running with the vein.
Assays from this streak went as high
as $S0,000 a ton. It averages less
than an inch in width.
Samples of the ore have reached
several in this city, and when placed
alongside of the famous discovery
made several years ago in tne Crown
King, at the 500 foot level, show
identical mineral characteristics,
varying only in size of the ore body.
The discovery has created consider
able excitement, this being the first
instance where gold in this form has
been developed below the surface.
The company is composed largely
of Flagstaff people. The property
is situated near Turkey, on the
Bradshaw Moutain railway, and op
erations have been quietly conducted
for less than a year.
HAERY MITCHELL
IS CALLED BY DEATH
(From Thursday's Daily.)
Telegrams received in Prescott yes
terday from Los Angeles conveyed
the sad and surprising news that
Harry Mitchell had passed away
Tuesday night from" heart troubles,
and that his death occurred without
the least intimation that he was ill.
The receipt of this information was
a shock to his many friends, the de
ceased enjoying a splendid name
with all in this and other commun-
jtjes 0f the Territory, where he was
well known. Until recently Mr.
Mitchell had been in charge of the
smelting department of the .Clara
Consolidated, and was a resident of
Los Angeles, where his wife and sev
eral children are living.
He was universally popular, and
one of his pleasing personal charac
teristics was his amiable and gentle
manners. He was known in every
mining camp west of the Rockies,
and in each had a strong following
of friends and admirers. He was
one of the most accomplished ath
letes in the country, and his clever
demonstrations in any line made him
the center of admiration when his
physical vigor was called into ac
tion. Nearly two years ago he came
into prominence as a hero when a
morphine fiend in Phoenix ran amuck
on the streets with a razor in his
hand. Mr. Mitchell was in the path
of the demon and engaged him in a
hand-to-hand fight. knocking his
man to the ground, but receiving in
return an ugly slash across the neck
with the razor. He was confined to
the hospital for several weeks, and
narrowly escaped losing his life.
Mr. Mitchell was formerly a resi
dent of Jerome, where he filled an
important position with the smelting
department of the United Verde Cop
per company, and was a frequent
visitor to this citv. He is a brother
of George Mitchell, president of the
Clara Consolidated, and of John and
Robert Mitchell, mining operators.
He was 40 years old and a native
of Swansea, Wales,
COLLEGE ORATORS.
GREENWOOD, S. C, April 28.
College orators accompanied by large
student delegations rounded up at
Lander College here today for the
annual contest of the South Carolina
Intercollegiate Oratorical Association.
Journal-Miner High class job work
MINERAL
APPLICATION
014220.
NO.
United States Land Office,
Phoenix, Ariz., April 20, 1911.
X'otice is hereby given that Arizona-Nevada
Copper Company, a cor
poration, by John J. Hawking, its Attorney-in-fact,
whose postoffice ad
dress is Prescott, Arizona, has made
application for a patent for Bag
dad Annex, East Bagdad, West
Bagdad, West Bagdad Annex,
South Bagdad, Pinnacle View,
Pinnacle View Annex, Pinnacle View
Annex No. 2, Centipede, Tarantula,
Tarantula Annex, Eta, Oskaloosa Ex
tension, Bench, East Bench, Northern,
Empire, Depression, Scorpion, Hual
apai, Top Knot Extension. Cedar
Cliff. Sunset Addition No. 9, Iota,
Kureka. North Star. Copper Sulphur
ets, Yavapai, Top Knot, Oskaloosa.
Sunset No. 14, Sunset Addition No.
10, Alum "rcek Chief, Copper Cliff,
Copper Slope, Copper Filling. Mala
pai. Summit, Beacon, Sunset No. 13,
Sunset No. 15, Sunset No. 5, Copper
Glance, Trapezoid. Mint Annex. Rim
Hock, Hill Top, Bronson, Sunset No.
12, Sunset Fraction, Venture, South
Extension Mt. Deposit, Hawkeye An
nex! Wedge, Fraction, Spring, Rat
tler. Niagara, Confidence, Cross, South
Spring and Copper Creek lode mining
claim, bearing copper M. S. No. 2S18,
situate in the Eureka Mining Dis
trict, Yavapai County, Arizona, (Un
surveyed, Approx. T."l4 N., R. 9 W.),
and described in the field notes and
official plat on file in this office as fol
lows: Bagdad Annex: Beginning at
Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs.
S. 75 deg. 59 min. W., 2306.2 ft.,
thence N. 22 deg. 37 min. W., 750.C
ft., to Cor. 2, thence N. 23 deg. 3
min. W., 748.2 ft., to Cor. 3, thence
X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 553.00 ft., to
( or. 4, thence S. 22 deg. 5 min. E.,
1300 ft., to Cor. 5, thence S. C4 deg.
3 min. W., 533.3 ft., to beginning.
East Bagdad: Beginning at Cor.
1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 7.7
deg. 59 min. W., 2306.2 ft., thence N.
6 deg. 3 min. E., 533.3 ft., to Cor.'
2, thence S. 4" deg. 3 min. E., 752.7
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 64 dag. 3 min.
W., 533.3 ft., to Cor. 4, thence N.
47 deg. 3 min. W., 752.7 ft., to be
ginning. West Bagdad: Beginning at Cor.
1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. N. 85
deg. 2 miu. W., 1272.2 ft., thence X.
65 deg. 24 min. E., 649.2 ft., to Cor.
2, thence S. 47 deg. 3 min. E., 1500
ft. to Cor. 3. thence S. 65 deg. 24
min. W., 649.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
N. 47 deg. 3 min. W., 1500 ft., to
beginning.
West Bagdad Annex: Beginning
at Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs.
X. 60 deg. 40 min. W.. 776.7 ft.,
thence N. 65 deg. 24 min. E., 649.2
ft., to Cor. 2. thence S. 47 deg. 3
min. E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 3, thence
S. 65 deg. 24 min. W., 649.2 ft., to
Cor. 4. thence X. 47 deg. 3 min. W.,
1500 ft., to beginning.
Soutn Bagdad: Beginning at Cor.
1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. X. S5
deg. 2 min. W.. 2247.3 ft., thence
X. 66 deg. 24 min. E.. 600 ft., to
for. 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E.,
910 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 47 deg.
3 min. E., 573.(1 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S.
64 deg. 3 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor.
5, thence X. 47 deg. 3 min. W.. 600
ft., to beginning.
Pinnacle View: Beginning at Cor.
! 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 25
deg. 19 min. E., S557.9 ft., thence XJ
41 deg. 6 mm. W., 1500 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X. 04 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3. thence S. 41 deg. 6
min. E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4. thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to be
ginning. Pinnacle View Annex: Beginning
at Cor. 1, whence IT. S. M. M. 1 brs.
S. 21 deg. IS min. E., S5S5.1 ft.,
thence X. 41 deg. 6 min. W.. 1500 ft.,
to Cor. 2. thence X. 64 deg. 3 min.
E.. 600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 41
deg. 6 min. E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4,
thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., GOO ft.,
to beginning.
Pinnacle View Annex Xb. 2: Be
ginning at Cor. 1, whence U. S. M.
M. 1 brs. S. 17 deg. 21. min. E., S655
ft., thence X. 41- deg. 6 min. W.. 1500
ft., to Cor 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min.
E.. 600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 41
deg. 6 min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4,
thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W 600 ft.,
to beginning.
Centipede: Beginning at 'Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 22 deg.
1 min. E., 7125.3 ft., thence X. 41
deg. 6 min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. 6 min. E.,
1500 ft., to Cor. 4. thence S. 64 deg.
3 min. W.f 600 ft., to beginning.
Tarantula: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S- M. M. 1 brs. S. 17 deg.
15 min. E., 7191.S ft., thence X. 41
deg. 6 min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence N. 64 deg. 3 min. E., GOO ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41' deg. 6 min.
E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., GOO ft., to beginning.
Tarantula Annex: Beginning ' at
Lor. l, whence U. S. 31. 31. 1 brs. S,
12 deg. 36 min. E., 7306.9 ft., thence
X. 41 deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to
Cor. 2. thence X". 64 dee. 3 min. E..I
GOO ft., to Cor. 3. thence S. 41 deg.
6 min. E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to be
ginning.
Bench: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. S deg.
7 min. E., 7468.3 ft., thence X". 41
deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. G min. E.,
1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64 deg.
3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
East Bench: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 3 deg.
51 min. E., 7673.4 ft., thence X". 41
deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E.. 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41' deg. 6 min.
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Northern: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 25 deg.
28 min. E., 6491.5 ft., thence N. 41
deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
tnence X". 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. 6 min.
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4. 'hence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Empire: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 35 deg.
17 min. E.. 546S.7 ft., thence X". 41
deg. G min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X'. 46 deg. 40 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. 6 min. I
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 46
deg. 40 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Depression: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S- M- M. 1 brs. S. 29 deg.
11 min. E.. 5584.7 ft., thence X. 41
deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 55 deg. 50 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. 6 min.
E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 55
deg. 50 min. W., GOO ft., to beginning.
Scorpion: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 17
deg. 07.5 min. E.. 5729.3 ft., thence N.
41 deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X'. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3, tnence s. 41 aeg. o
min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S,
64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
uing.
Hualapai: Beginning at Cor. 1,
wnenee F. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 11 deg.
IS min. E., 5S51.4 ft., thence N. 41
deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., GOO ft.,
to tor. .1, thence S. 41 deg. G nun
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning.
Top Knot Extension: Beginning
at Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs.
S. 5 deg. 47 min. E., 6031.3 ft.,
thence X. 41 deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft.,
to Cor. 2, thence X. 04 deg. 3 nun
E., 600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 41
deg. 6 miu. E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4,
thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft.,
to beginning.
Oskaloosa Extension: Beginning at
Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S.
0 deg. 33 min. E., 6262.7 ft., thence
X". 41 deg. 6 min. W., 1500 ft., to
Cor. 2. thence X. 04 deg. 3 min. E,
600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 41 deg. 6
nun. E., Io00 ft., to Cor. 4, thence is,
64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning. Cedar Cliff: Beginning at Cor 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 4 deg.
S min. W., 6542.S ft., thence X. 41
deg. 6 mm. W., 1300 ft., to Cor.
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. . tnence S. 41 deg. 6 nun
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., GOO ft., to beginning.
Sunset Addition Xo. 9: Begin-
ning at Cor. 1. whence U. S. M. M.
1 brs. S. S deg. 28 min. W., 6SG3.2
ft., thence X". 41 deg. 6 min. W., 1500
ft., to Cor. 2. thence X. 64 deg. 3
min. E., GOO ft., to Cor. 3, thence S.
41 deg. 6 min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor.
4, thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600
ft., to beginning.
Eureka: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. H. M. 31. 1 brs. S 24 deg.
22.5 min. E., 5039.1 ft., thence X. 13
deg. 16 min. W.. 640 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 41 deg. 6 min. W.. 860 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min.
E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 41
deg. 6 min E., 860 ft., to Cor. 5,
thence S. 13 deg. 16 min. E., 640 ft.,
to Cor. d, thence S. 64 deg. 3 nun.
W.. 600 ft., to beginning.
Xorth Star: Beginning at Cor 1,
whence r. S. 31. M. 1 brs. S. 43 deg.
S min. E., 411G.5 ft., thence X". 13
deg. 16 min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence 4G deg. 40 min. E., 600 ft., to
Cor. 3, thence S. 13 deg. 16 min. E.,
1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 46 deg.
40 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Copper Sulphurets: Beginning at
Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs.
S. 34 deg. 51 min. E.. 4162.3 ft.,
thence X. 13 deg. 16 min. W.. 1500
ft., to Cor. 2. thence X. 55 deg. 50
min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S.
13 deg. 1G min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor.
4. thence S. 55 deg. 50 min. W., GOO
ft., to beginning.
Eta; Beginning at Cor. 1. whence
V. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 26 deg. 33 min.
E.. 419S.3 ft., thence X. 13 deg. 16
min. W., S60 ft., to Cor. 2. thence
X. G4 deg. 3 min. E., GOO ft., to Cor.
3, thence S. 13 deg. 16 min. E., 860
ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64 deg. 3
min. V., 600 ft., to beginning.
Iota: Beginning at Cor. 1, whence
U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. IS deg. 29 min.
E.. 4233.S ft., thence X. 13 deg. 10
min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2, thence
X. G4 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft., to Cor.
3, thence S. 13 deg. 16 min. E., 1500
ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64 deg. 3
mm. ., 600 ft., to beginning.
Yavapai: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 10 deg.
3S min. E.. 4352.7 ft., thence X'. 13
deg. 16 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Lor. J. thence b. 13 deg. 1G mm
E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
Ueg. . min. W., GOO ft., to beginning.
Top Knot: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. 31. 31. 1 brs. S. 3 deg.
20 min. E., 434S.3 ft., thence X. 13
deg. 16 min. W.. 1300 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft..
to lor. .;, thence S. 13 deg. 16 nun
E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Oskaloosa: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 3 deg.
17 min. W., 4S11.1 ft., thence X. 13
deg. 16 min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence N. 64 deg. 3 min. E., COO ft.,
to Cor. 3. thence S. 13 deg. 16 min.
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
"eK- mln- " u(J0 ft., to beginning.
Sunset No. 14: Beginning at Cor.
1- whence U. to. 31. 31. 1 brs. S 9
deg. 9 min. W., 5131.1 ft., thence X.
13 deg. 16 min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X'. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 13 deg. 1G
min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. G4 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to be
ginning.
Sunset Addition Xo." 10: Begin-
nig at Cor. 1, whence U. S. M. M. 1
brs. S. 14 deg. 16 min. W., 3497.8 ft.,
thence X'. 13 deg. 1G min. W., 1500
ft., to Cor. 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3
min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S.
13 deg. 16 min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor.
4, thence S. 04 deg. 3 min W., 600
ft., to beginning.
Alum Creek Chief: Beginning at
tor. 1, whence U. s. 31. M. 1 brs.
S. 50 deg. 54 min. E., 2847.5 ft., thence
S. 46 deg. 40 min. W., 600 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X'. 15 deg. 46 min. W.,
1459.9 ft., to Cor. 3, thence X. 46
deg. 40 min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4,
thence S. 15 deg. 46 mm. E., 1459.9
ft., to beginning.
Copper Cliff: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 38
deg. 46 min. E.. 2831.6 ft., thence S.
4G deg. 40 min. W., 600 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X'. 15 deg. 46 min. W., 1459.9
ft., to Cor. 3, thence X. 46 deg. 40
min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S.
15 deg. 46 min. K., 1459.9 ft., to be
ginning. Copper Slope: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 27
deg.4S min. E., 2762.6 ft., thence S.
64 deg. 3 rain. W., 538.8 ft., to Cor.
2, thence N. 15 deg. 46 min. W.,
1459.9 ft., to Cor. 3, thence N. 64
deg. 03 min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4.
thence S. 13 deg. 25 min. E., 1471.9
ft., to beginning.
Copper Filling: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 16
deg. 7 min. E., 273S.8 ft., thence N.
27 deg. 11 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X'. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 596.4
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 27 deg. 11
min., E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence i
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 59G.4 ft., to be
ginning. Malnpai: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 4 deg.
26 min. E., 2900.S ft., thence X. 27
deg. 11 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 27 deg. 11 min.
E.. 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min W.. 600 ft., to beginning.
iMimmit: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 5 deg.
43 min. W., 3170.3 ft., thence N. 27
deg. 11 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence XT. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 27 deg. 11 min.E.,
luuu it., to cor. 4, thence S. 64 deg.
3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Beacon: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 14 deg.
3 min. W., 3522.6 ft., thence N. 27
deg. 11 min. W., 1300 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E.,' 600 ft.,
to cor. J. tnence S. deg. 11 ram
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. G4
deg. 3 nun. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Sunset No. 13: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 20
deg. 45 min. W., 3935.3 ft., tnence
X. 27 deg. 11 min. W., 1500 ft., to
Cor. 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min E.,
600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 27 deg.
11 min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 mm W., GOO ft., to be
ginning. Sunset No. 15: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 2G
deg. S min. W., 4391.6 ft., thence N.
27 deg. 11 min. W.. 1500 ft, to Cor.
2, thence N. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 27 deg. 11
min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to be
ginning. Sunset No. 5: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 34
deg. 56 min. W., 4616.7 ft., thenc
X. 22 deg. 5 nun. W., 454 ft., to Cor.
2, thence N. 27 deg. 11 min. W.,
1046 ft., to Cor. 3, thence N. 64 Ueg.
3 min, E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 27 deg. 11 min. E., 1046 ft., to
Cor. 5, thence S. 22 deg. 5 min. E.,
454 ft., to Cor. 6, thence S. 64 deg.
3 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Copper Glance: Beginning at Cor.
1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 59
deg. 11 min. E., 1373.3 ft., thence S.
46 deg. 40 min. W., 600 ft., to Cor.
2, thence N. 43 deg. 18 min. W.,
1500 ft., to Cor. 3, thence N. 46 deg.
40 min. E., 600 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 43 deg. IS min. E., 1500 ft., to be
ginning.
Trapezoid: Beginning at Cor. 1,
wnence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 33
deg. 43 rain. E., 1341.9 ft., thence N
43 deg. IS min. W.. 1500 ft., to Cor.
2. thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 538.S
ft., to Cor. 3. thence S. 52 deg. E.,
484.S ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 37 deg.
30 min. E.. 1016.9 ft., to Cor. 5,
thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 50S.1 ft.,
to beginning.
Mint Annex: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 11
deg. 4 min. W., 1560.5 ft., thence X.
33 deg. 1 min. W., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor.
2. thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 3S deg. 1
min. E., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W.. 600 ft., to be
ginning. Rim Rock: Beginning at Cor. 1.
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 25
deg. 4 min. W., 19S0.S ft., thence X.
3S deg. 1 min. W., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
tt., to Cor. 3, thence S. 3S deg. 1 min.
E.. 14S5.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S.
64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning. Hill Top: Beginning at Cor. 1,
wuence u. 31. 31. 1 brs. S. 33 deg.
50 min. W., 2476.2 ft., thence N. 38
deg. 1 min. W., 1485.2 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. G4 deg. 3 min. E., 600 ft.,
io i,or. .i, tnence s. as deg. 1 min.
E., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S.
64 deg. 3 rain. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning. Bronson: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 39
deg. 35.5 min. W., 3009.9 ft., thence
X. 3S deg. 1 min. W., 1485.2 ft., to
Cor. 2, thence X'. 64 deg. 3 min. E.,
600 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 3S deg.
1 min. E., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W.. 600 ft., to be
ginning. Sunset Xo. 12: Beginning at Cor.
1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 43
deg. 35 min. W.. 3564.5 ft., thence X.
38 deg. 1 min. W., 1485.2 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
feet, to Cor. 3, thence S. 3S deg. 1
min. E., 14S5.2 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 rain. W., 600 ft., to be
ginning. Sunset Fraction: Beginning at
Cor. 1', whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S.
46 deg. 30 min. W., 4131.8 ft., thence
18 deg. 1 min. W 14S5.2 ft., to
Cor. 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E.,
mo it., to tor. 3, thence a. 22 deg.
5 rain. E., 1455.8 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
. 04 deg. 3 mm. W.. 2G.3 ft., to
beginning.
venture: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 53
deg. 16 min. W., 4003.1 ft., thence N.
22 deg. 5 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 22 deg. 5 min.
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning. South Extension Mt. Deposit: Be
ginning at Cor. 1, whence U. S. M.
M. 1 brs. N. 23 deg. 57 min. E.,
2G4.5 ft., thence S. 46 deg. 40 min.
w., OOO ft., to Cor. thence so
deg. S.5 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 3,
thence X. 46 deg. 40 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 4, thence S. 25 deg. 8.5 min
E., 1500 ft., to beginning.
Hawkeve Annex: Beginning at
Cor. 1. whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs
X. 23 deg. 57 min. E., 264.5 ft.,
thence X'. 25 deg. 8.5 min. W., 1500
ft., to Cor. 2, thence X. 64 deg. 3
rain. E., 503.1' ft., to Cor. 3, thence
S. 37 deg. 30 min. E.. 85.1 ft., to
Cor. 4, thence S. 25 deg. S.5 min. E.,
1416.6 ft., to Cor. 5, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 526.3 ft., to begin
ning.
Wedge: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 76 deg.
35 min. W., 941.6 ft., thence X". 25
deg. 8.5 min. W., 1450.6 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X". 64 deg. 3 min. E., 600"
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 25 deg. 8.5
min. E., 1450.6 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 600 feet, to be-i
ginning.
Fraction: Beginning at cor. l,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 54 deg.
9 min. W., 1726.1 ft., thence N. 23
deg. 3 min. W., 975.2 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence N. 6G deg. 24 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 23 deg. 3 min.
E., 975.2 ft., to Cor. 4,. thence S. 66
deg. 24 min. W., 600 ft., to beginning.
Spring: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 73 deg.
45 min. W., 2S30.0 ft., thence N. 22
deg. 5 min. W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence N. 64 deg. 3 min. E., 530 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 22 deg. 5 min.
E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 8 min. W., 530 ft., to beginning.
Rattler: . Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 40
deg. 29 min. W., 2550.2 ft., thence
N. 23 deg. 3 min. W., 227 ft., to Cor.
2, thence X". 64 deg. 3 min. E.,
10S3 ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 23 deg.
3 min. E., 227 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 10S3 ft., to be
ginning. Niagara: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 64 deg.
53 min. W., 3349.0 ft., thence N. 22
deg. 5 min. W., 1070.9 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence X. 23 deg. 3 min. W., 227 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence N. 64 deg. 3 min.
E., 533.7 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 22
deg. 5 min. E., 129S.3 ft., to Cor. 5,
thence S. 64 deg. 3 min. W., 530 ft.,
to beginning.
Confidence: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. XT. 23 deg.
57 min. E., 264.5 ft., thence X. 64
deg. 3 min. E., 395.4 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence S. 74 deg. S min. E., 1362.4
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 46 deg. 40
rain. W., 693.5 ft., to Cor. 4, thence
X'. 74 deg. 8 min. W., 1500 ft., to
Cor.' 5, thence N. 46 deg. 40 min. E.,
391.6 ft., to beginning.
Cross: Beginning at Cor. 1,
whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 75 deg.
40 min. W., 1S3.1 ft., thence N. 65
deg. 24 min. E., 1500 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence S. 31 deg. 50 min. E., 600 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 65 deg. 24 min.
W., 1500 ft., to Cor. 4, thence N. 31
deg. 50 min. W., 600 ft., to begin
ning. South Spring: Beginning at Cor.
1, Whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 73
deg. 45 min. W., 2330 ft., thence N.
64 deg. 3 min. E., 530 ft., to Cor. 2,
thence S. 47 deg. 3 min. E., 752.7 ft.,
to Cor. 3, thence S. 64 deg. 3 min.
W., 530 ft., to Cor. i, tilence X". 47
deg. 3 min. W., 752.7 ft., to begin
ning. Copper Creek: Beginning at Cor.
1, whence U. S. M. M. 1 brs. S. 64
deg. 53 min. W., 3349.0 ft., thence
X. 64 deg. 3 min., E., 530 ft., to Cor.
2, thence S. 22 deg. 5 min. E., 429.1
ft., to Cor. 3, thence S. 47 deg. 3 min.
E., 752.7 ft., to Cor. 4, thence S. 64
deg. 3 min. W., 530 ft., to Cor. 5,
thence N. 47 deg. 3 min. W., 752.7
ft., to Cor. 6, thence N. 22 deg. 5
min. W., 429.1 ft., to beginning.
Containing a total area of 1157.415
acres. External conflicts 41.745
acres. Internal conflicts 10.034
acres. Net acreage claimed 1105.636
acres. Conflicts with Palestine, Omega
and patented claims excluded and
not claimed. Location notices re
corded as follows: Bagdad Annex,
Book 76 Mines, page 420; East Bag
dad, Book 76 Mines, page 417; West
Bagdad, Book 81 Mines, page 31S;
West Bagdad, Book SI Mines, page
319; South Bagdad, Book 76 Mines,
page 416; Pinnacle View, Book SS
Mines, page 377; Pinnacle View An
nex, Book 88 Mines, page 378; Pin
nacle View Annex No. 2, Book 8S
Mines, page 379; Centipede, Book 78
Mines, page 98; Tarantula, Book 78
Mines, page 194; Tarantula Annex,
Book SS Mines, page 373; Bench,
Book 8S Mines, page 363; East
Bench, Book 88 Mines, page 364;
Northern, Book 76 Mines, page 537;
Empire, Book SI Mines, page 320;
Depression, Book SI Mines, page 321;
Scorpion, Book 7S Mines, page 99;
Hualapai, Book 78 Mines, page 193;
Top Knot Extension, Book 83 Mines,
page 363; Oskaloosa Extension, Book
SS Mines, page 366; Cedar Cliff,
Book SS Mines, page 376; Sunset Ad
dition Xo. 9, Book SS Mines, page
389; Eureka, Book SI Mines, page
322; North Star, Book 81 Mines,
page 323; Copper Sulphurets, Book
81 Mines, page 324; Eta, Book 81
Mines, page 325; Iota, Book 81
Mines, page 326; Yavapai, Book 78
Mines, page 190; Top Knot, Book
78 Mines, page 192; Oskaloosa, Book
S4 Mines, page 535; Sunset No. 14,
Book S7 Mines, page 303; Sunset Ad
dition No. 10, Book SS Mines, page
390; Alum Creek Chief, Book 81
Mines, page 327; Copper Cliff, Book
75 Mines, page 411; Copper Slope,
Book 81 Mines, page 32S; Copper
rilling, Book 81 Mines, page 329;
Malapai, Book 7S Mines, page 191;
Summit, Book 73 Mines, page 18S;
Beacon, Book 84 Mines, page 536;
Sunset No. 13, Book 87 Mines, page
302; Sunset No. 15, Book 87 Mines,
page 304; Sunset X'o. 5, Book 84
Mines, page 411; Copper Glance, Book
81 Mines, page 330; Trapezoid, Book
SI Mines, page 331; Mint Annex,
Book 81 Mines, page 332; Rim Bock,
Book 78 Mines, page 187; Hill Top,
Book 78 Mint-, page 1S6; Bronson,
Book S4 Mines, page 537; Sunset No.
12, Book 87 Mines, page 301; Sunset
Fraction, Book 81 Mines, page 333;
Venture, Book 78 Mines, page 399;
South Extension Mt. Deposit, Book 31
Mines, page 334; Hawkeye Annex,
Book 81 Mines, page 335; Wedge,
Book 81 Mines, page 336; traction,
Book 81 Mines, page 337; Spring,
Book 76 Mines, page 464; Rattler,
Book 81 Mines, page 333; Niagara,
Book SI Mines, page 339; Confidence,
Book SI Mines, page 340; Cross,
Book Sir Mines, page 341; South
Spring, Book 76 Mines, page 463;
Copper Creek, Book 81 Mines, page
342; Records of Yavapai County, Ari
zona. Adjoining claims: On the
North, Bee Hive, Algomore, Moreless,
uns., Cuprum, Sur. X'o. 1593; on the
South, Omega, Palestine, Pick Handle,
Cross Purposes, Tom Boy, Copper
Boy, San Jose, Brooks, Copper Toe,
uns.; on the West, Gravel Bank,
Northern Extension, North Depres
sion, Empire State, Grand Deposit,
Alpha, Calumet, Boston, Blanket; on
the East, Sunset Addition, Sunset No.
4, Sunset No. 3, Sunset, Sunset No.
16, unsur. No other adjoining claims
known.
FRANK H. PARKER, Register.
First publication April 26, 1911.

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