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"'NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR U.
'fa. A.-'"C59. SurveyVNo. 1392.
" -""United Stipes Land Ofllce, Tucson ,1vrl
zona, .October ,17th, 1899.
Cj.'NOTlC&i IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
In pursuance or unapwr ui
' Thirty-two of the "Revised Statutes of
-rthe United States, the'Sotith'Bisbeo
"Copper Mining and Towhslte Improve-
ment Company, a Corporation, whoa
' Po8t Office .nilUrtisa 1b Blsbee, Arizona,
'by I,ynn" Helm," Its authorized ncent,
' whose postonTco address Is Los An
5 geles, California, 'claiming the follow,
" ' lng lode mlnlnsr locations, "to-wlt: 1.10'J
J feet of the Copper Glance Lode, cover
ing 900 feet North. 49 degrees 52 min
utes West from the discovery shaft,
V and 09 feef South. 49 degrees D2 mln
tutes East , herefrom: with surface
- 'ground GOO. feet In width: 1109 feet o
J "the CallforTffla, toureoverlng 210 feet
'North'. CO dQfrre'es ,"VVest from the dls-
'' covery shaft, and S39 feet South. CO de-
" grees .East .therrfroin. with surface
- '' ground 600'rcet In width';" 1.134 feet of
'the- Contentment Lode, covering W
' feet North. 43 decrees. 27 minutes West
'from the discovery shaft, and 2o4 feet
"Sduth. 43 daVcMl 7' lnutes BMJ
therefrom, with surface ground 600 feet
" In width: 131 feet of the Confidence
' Lode, covering '9l0feet 'North, 43 de
: grees 25 minutes West from the flW;
4 ' covery shaft and 24 feeVSouth, 43 de
Agrees 25 minutes East therefrom, with
surface ground COO feet In width; 1.1 J i
feet of the Comstqok Lode, covering 915
feet North. 43 degreeB C5 minutes West
- m i. ,ii.nnvorv nhnft and 219 feet
South. 43 degrees 23 minutes i--.
' therefrom, with surface ground C00 fiet
In wunn-, i,u ieei ui mw .j.... .
. Jj&overthfc T.040 feet North. IS decrees
S3 minutes West from the discovery
o- shaft, and 2G0 feet South, lS.degrees 33
,: minutes East therefrom, with surface
' crdund 600 feet In width; and 1.509 feet
of the Modoc Lode, covering 1,140 feet
, .-J South. '12ltTee.rees 20,mlnujeii Eos t from
the discovery shaft "and 360 feet Norjh.
-12 degre"es 20'mtnutcs West therefrom,
' with surface ground 600 feat In width;
" . -nil benrlhg sold, silver and copper, ana
' situate In the Gila Land District. War-
.. ren Mining District. Cochise County,
Arizona, has made application to the
MInlted States for a patent for the said
J " mining claim, which 'Is more fully, de'
' scribed as to mtes and bounds by the
4,' Official Plat posted on the claim, and
by the Field Notes of survey thereor,
- ' " . .... ,u tt.,h.,i States
on tile in me oiuue ui mc .....-. -
t,i nmno nt Tucson. Axlzona, wliicn
-r-.i.,.i -NTto At mrvnr describe th
JMC1U liuica " --. --.,
r boundaries and extent of said Calm on
' ' the-surface .with jnagnetlc .variation at
. 11 degrees 45 minutes East as follows.
to-wlt: ,.v '
. Survey No. 1392. Copper Glance.
t , Lode. Beglnnlngat'to'rncr No. 1. being
the Northwest corner of location,. .a
" pine post surrounded by a mound of
. J stones, scribed 1-1392 C. C L.. whence
" the North end center of the Bryan Lpde
.;,of this survey bears North 13 degrees
v' 531' minufea" 30 "seconds. West 4. .2 feej
It and the point of iotei secllon of the
i North end Ilneof this lode and the
' North end Ifne of the Bryan Lode oi
' this purvey bear Nov-th. 48 degrees 62
' -,i,,tM -Rust 85.5 feet, and United
States mineral monument No. "4 bears
North 27 degrees 13-i minutes West"
8,117 .feet: thence North 46 degrees o
minutes; East 85,5 feet to Intersection
with line 1-2 Bryan lode or mis survey
at North "SO degrees 17 minutes, East
225.5 feet from corner Np. 2 Bryan lode
aforesaid. 600 feet to corner No. 2;
f. thence "South 49 degrees 4M, minute.
: East 1.109 feet to corner Nfo? S; thence
South 46 degrees 52 minutes, West 600
feet to corner No. 4 Identical with fcor
: ner No. 2 of the Contentment' Lode of
'thls survey; thence North 49 degrees o2
v minutes, West 530.78 feet to intorscc--
tlon with line 2-3 of Bryan lode of this
TBurveyat South 18 degrees 33 minutes.
""East 494.91 feet from corner No. 2 of
"the" Bryan lode aforesaid, 1,169 feet tq
' "cornerNo. 1, the place of beginning.
'Survey No. 1392. California uoac,
" ginning at corner No. 1, being the
' Northwest corner of location arid iden
tical with corner No. 2 of the Copper
-Glance Lode of this survey, a ptnef post
'' surrounded by a mound of earth and
stones, scribed 1-1392 Cal., L.; whence
TTun.i ctntna mlnoral monument No. 4
' .na -Worth ni deerees 24 minutes,"
i West 8,375 feet; thence North 46 de
14 grees 52 minutes, East. 600 feet to corner
No. 2; thence South 49 degrees 52 mln:
'" utes, East 1.109 feet to corner No 3;
thence South 40 degrees 52 minutes,
fWest, 600 feet to corner No. 4; thenpe
". Nortli 49 degrees 52 minutes, West .1.10?
. feet to corner No. 1, the plnce bf ' be
f ginning. . i( .
t. Suh-eV No. 1392; Contentment Lp0e.
Torinninir-nt corner No. 1. being the
-Mnt-ihwcst corner of location, U pinel
post surrounded by a mound of earth
;,i tnnPs. scribed 1-1392 Ct. L.:
...knn VAvthoiiBt center of the Modoi,
, Lode of this survey bears South 1 de
" i irreo 47 minutes 47 seconds. Last 63.41
! feet; and corner No. 3 of the Bryan
Lode.qf this .survey bears South 86 d e
, grees.2.4 mlnuf.es 7 ecowJfc East 297.98
i feet and United Stdtemlneralmonu
Sent No. 4 bears North 26 deferces
'. 20 1-3 minutes. West 9.306.1 feet; thence
. North 4G degrees 52 minutes, .East in
" tersectlng line 2-3 of the Bryan Lode of
th s survey at a point 3 52 feet North
4C degrees 52 minutes East from the
North end center of this lode, and Nortli
X decrees 33 minutes. West 238.62 ; feet
troS corner No3 otfir'yan A"
sald, COO feorto corner No. 2J-Tffencc
South 43 degrees 27 minutes, East 1.131
feet' to corner No. 3. Identical with corner-No.
4 of the Confidence Lode of
, this survey; thence Sjuth 46 degrees
K2 minutes. West 600vfeet to .corner No.
West lntersecung mis " - ,":
Kant 8Z.B ieev v"" . 17 minutes,
. m a nnm
lotle, and Norm w ;"" 0 3 of the
East 244.23 feet from cS!0-lt to
Bryan Lode, aforesaid, 1.1
Bryan Lotie. "". Wrinnlnir
cornel' No. 1, me i -; "" - d Ba.
Survey No. 1332. w"""-:ng th
inninv nt corner No. 1. oe'"' .,.
Lode of this survey, a pine post sur
rounded by a mound of earth nu
sTones! bribed 1-1392 C.. L.; whence
'wTTr.i.ea states 4nlneral monument no.
? bears North 29 degrees MmlnutM.
West 9.151 feet; thence North 46 de
Sees 52 minutes. East 600 feet to cor
J! No. 2. thence South 43 degres 27
minutes, East 1,134 fe"et to corner'No. 3,
thence South 4fi, degrees 52 minutes.
West 600 feet to corner No. 4; .thence
North 43 degrees '27 minutes. West 1.134
feet 'to corner No. 1. the place 'of be
ginning. ' Survey No. 1392. Comstock Lode. Be-p-innlncr
at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, and iden
tical with-corner No. 2 of me Confi
dence Lode of this survey,' and corner
No 4 of the California Lode and cor
ner No. 3 of the Copper Glance Lode
of this survey, a pine post- surrounded
mound of earm anu bioh.-,
.vihid 1-1392. Clc.il.-: -wnence
.- ,-nl .ttnknmnnt Nn i boarS
SUUeB iiuiici ....-....-..- - - - .-..,..... .-, ,,,, rrVann Arl.
;3 degrees SS'i minuies. nwi i
i,a Mm-tii tR .inr-r. -on L; i
minutes. East COO reel 10 corner
,i.n. Rnuth 43 decrees' : lliuiuies, I
. , -.nt ti ,. nnrnr Nn. 3. thence .
!...'.- , r ,i.,.nu. vt i!00 1
OUUV.a - ,.-- -- .
A.trn ai. I ..-.I' I t?M utd itii.ju.Li .... .
in corner No,
4. unence florin
degrees 27 minutes, West 1.1341 feet to
corner No. l, me pincc oi ui-kii""k
Survey No. 1392. Bryan, Lode. B-,-lnnlng
at corner No. 1. "IWlng the
Northwest corner of location, "a pine
post surrounded by a mound of stones
scribed 1-1392 B. L.; whetfee -United
States mineral monument No. 4 bears
Noitli2:Vdei!rees47 minutes West, 7,
319.6 feet: thence 'Noth'SP degrees 17
minutes. East SOO.JJu'P; vlhence corner
No. 1 of the Copper OlancFLode-of this
survey bears South 13 degrees. 31 min
utes 30 seconds. East 47.2 'feet, 374.5 feet
Intersecting line 1-2 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at North
46 degrees 62 minutes, East 83.5 frfet
from corner No. 1 of that lode.' 600 feet
to corner No. 2; thence South IS de
grew.3a,mlnutes, East 491.91 feet to In
tersection of line 1-4 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at &ouui
degrees 52 minutes, East 573.22 feet
trnm corner No. 1 of the Copper Glance
Lode aforesaid. 1.061.3S feet to Intersec- I
tlon with line 1-2 of the Contentment
Lode of this survey at North 46 de
crees 52 minutes. East 303.52 feet from
corneK.No. 1 'pf Contentment Lode
aforesaid. 1,300 feet to corner No. 3 of
this lode; thence South SO degrees 1
minutes, West 244.23 feet to Intersec
tion with lino 1-4 of Contentment Lode
of this survey at South 43 degrees -7
minutes, East S2.6 feet from coiner No.
1 of Contentment Lode aforesaid, COO
feet to coiner "No. 4, identical with cor
ner No. 1 of the Modoc Lode of this
survey; thence North IS degrees 33
mlnutep, West 1.500 fejt, to corner No.
1, the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. Modoc Lode. Be
Hnnlnir at corner No. .1. ' being the
Northwest corner of location, and Iden
tical with corner No. 4 Bryan Lode of
this survey', a pine post surrounded by
a mound of earth and stones, scribed
1-1392 M. L.; whence United States
mineral monument No. 4 bears North
23 degrees 2 minutes, West 9,115 feet
and corner No.:l of , the Contentment
Lode of" this.Su'rVAy-beaNorth 7-de--rooc
41 minu'tlw!tEast'317.5 feet; thence
Nortli 80 degrees 17 minutes, East 355.77
feet to intension of line 4 oi con
tentment Lode 6f this survey at South
43 degrees 27 minutes. East 82.6 feet
from corner No! 1 of the Contentment
Lode aforesaid, COO feet to corner No. 2
of tills lode. Identical with corner No.
3 of the Bryan Lode of this survey;
thence South M degrees 20- minutes,
East 393 feetlto "point of. Intersection
with line 1-4 of the Contentment Lode
of this survey at South 43 degrees J
minutes. East 551.7 feet from- corner
No. 1 of the Contentment Lode afore
said. 1,500 feet to corner No. 3; thence
South 80 degrees 17 minutes. West .600
feet to corner vNo. 4. thence North iz
.!..... in ,r,tti,itP.r West 1.500 feet to
uciiwa v ........ . , ----- .
corner No. 1.. the place of beginning.
TOTAL AREA OF CLAIM.
To'tal and net area of Copper Glance
Total and net area of Caiirornia
Lode, 15.17- acres.
Total and net area of Contentment
tode, 15.61, acres. '
; Totxil and net area of Confidence
T.rt.To 1R.fi! acres.
Total antf'nt't area of Comstock
Lode, 15.61 acres. "
Total area Bryan Lode 17.9 acres,
less area In conflict with Copper Glance
Lode of this survey, 1.83 acres, and less
area In conflict with Contentment Lode
"6f" this survey. .948. acres. -Net area or
Bryan Lode, 14.912 acres.
.Tqta,l area, Modoc Ixde 20.64 acres,
less area In conflict with Contentment
r?nrte"6f this survey, 1.10 acres. Net
'area of Modoc lode, 19.54 acres.
Net" area of this lode claim, m.oi
acres. The surveys, of atfthc above described'-
lodes aie identical with, or
yflthln their VeapectlvcMdcatlons. Th s
claim Is located about a mile and a naif
South of the town of Blsbee, ,in the
said WarronMlnlng' District, said
County of Cochise, and will, when pub
lic lundVsurveys re eiUended'oVcr this
section of country, be embraced np
proxlmatejy In Township 23 South,
range 24 -East, Gila and Salt River
Base" and Meridian, Arizona.
' The amended locations of the above
and following described lodes are re
corded as fo'Upwe Of the Copper
Glance in Eookil4,'t page G30r of ttte
California, In Book 14. t page 530; of
the Contentment, In Book 14 at page
531; "br the Confluence, In Book II, at
page 557; of. the Comstock, in Book 14,
at page, 532; of the Bryan, in Book 14.
at page 534, and of lie -Modocln. Book
14, at page 556; said book being of the
Records of Mines, of the Records of
Cochise County. Arizona Territory.
The presumed general course or di
rection ,ol the vein, lode, or mineral da
p'oslfof the above described lodes re
spectively" Is shown upon the plat post
ed on the clnlm, as nearly as can be de
termined from present development,
this claim being for the linear feet of
each lode thereof as hereinabove set
forth, respectively, together with the
surface ground shown upon the official
plat aforesaid. . j
The adjoining claims are: Combina
tion, St. Louis and Illinois claims (un
surveyea), Shattuck, Keating, et. al
claimants; Buckey O'Neill, Slxtecn-to-One
and Arizona claims (Survey No.
1393) owned by applicant herein; Key
claim (unsurveyed), Waddell and
O'Hare claimants; claim, name un
known (unsurveyed), Strong, Mathlas
and Sampson, claimants; Lulu claim
(unsurveyed), Oemehle, Waddell and
Perring, claimants; Thomas claim (un
surveyed), Denn, Williams and Han
non, claimants; on all other sides va
cant and unoccupied land.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the mining ground, vein, lode,
premises, or nny portion thereof so de
scribed, surveyed, platted and applied
for, are hereby aatlfled that unleas
their adverse claims; du&aflled, as
according to law an ."jfegulitlons
thereunder within fnJt'me' prescribed
by law. with th R&is.f the United
States Land Office at Tucson, Arizona,
they will be barred by the provisions
of said statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
Date of first publication, Friday, Oc
tober 20th, 1899.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
M. A. No. 693. Survey No. 1282.
uaiim ouio uuw .. -
zona, uciouer luiu, iojj.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
Martin Costello. whose posioince au
dress is Tombstone,
Arizona Territory, has made
tion for a patent for 1.495 linear feet of
the "Roy" and 1.495 linear feet of the
"Leo" mining claims, bearing copper
and other minerals, Bltuate in the
"Warren" Mining District, Cochise
County, Arizona, Territory, and de
scribed In the official plat and field
notes on fHo'in this office, as follows,
"Roy" Lode "Claim. Beginning at
corner No. 1, identical with location
corner,"'a pine post 3 feet long 4 Inches
square, set 1 foot In ground, to bed
rock, In mound of stonesf scribed 1-1282
It. M. C, whence Urilted States, min
eral monument No. 4 of "Warren"
Mining District bears North 62 degrees
22 minutes East 4,223 feet! thence South
49 degrees 01 minutes West 1,455 feet
to corner No. 2, a pine pbst 4 feet long
4 Inches square In mound of stones,
scribed 2-1282 R. M. C; thence South
47 degrees 10 minutes East 593.5 feet to.
corner No. 3, lucnucw wim wtuum,
corner.- a pine post 4 feet long 4 inched
square In mbund of stones, scribed
3-1282 R. M'C.; thence North 49 de
grees 01 minutes East 495 feet to cornet
No. 4. a pine post 4 feet long 4 inches
square In mound of stones, scribed
4-1282 R. M. C; thence North 47 de
grees 16 minutes 593.5 feet to place of
beginning. Variation at all corners 12
degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 20.25 acres.
'Leo Lode Claim. Beginning at cor
ner No. 1, Identical with location cor
ner and with corner No. 1 of ."Roy"
lode, scribed in addition to marks al
ready noticed 1-12S2 L. M. C, whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
bears North 62 degrees 22 minute East
14,225 feet; thence Soutn uegrees ui
minutes West 1,495 feet to corner no. ,
Identical with corner No. 2 "Roy" Lode,
scribed, in addition, 2-12S2 L. M. C;
thence North 23 degrees 50 minutes
West 612 feet to corner No. S, a plno
post 3 feet long 4 Inches square In
mound of rock scribed 3-12S2 L. M. C;
thence-North 52 degrees 22 minutes
East 1,470.5 feet to corner TSo. 4, a pine
post three feet long 4 Inches square in
mound of stone, scribed 1-1282 L. M. C.;
thence South 23 degrees 50 minutes
East 522.5 feet to corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Variation, at all corners.
12 degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 18.C0 acres.
Total area of both lode claims, 33.85
In Township :2 South or Range 24
East (unsurveyed). Gila and Salt
niwi jvrerinm... JCheioeaiions of the?
mines Is recorded )n tnercct.u,c0f.
i f Pnchlse County. Arizona, rr
pages 575-6-7 of Book 9, of Records M
Mines. Adjoining claimants are the
"Wood Chopper," survey No. 1061, on.i
"Tip Top," survey No. 1057. bn the
Northeast, and the "Wagner," survey
No. 1121. on the Southeo.sU, L
v . .lAt w r
All persons holding adverse uu
thereto are required te present the
same before this office within sixty
days 'from the first day of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
Date.jjf first publication, Friday, Oc
tober 20th, 1899. v -
Mininu Applicsition No. t03.''s
United States Land Office.
TcctoN.s'Oclober 19, 1891,).
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
In pursuance of the United States Min
ing Laws, M. J. Brophy and E. B. Ma
son, whose postofflce address Is Blsbee.
Cochise County, Arizona, have made
application for patent for fifteen hun
dred (1,500) linear feet of the Labrador
lode mining claim, situated In the War
ren Mining District, Cochise County,
Territory of Arizona, as described by
the official plat herewith posted and by
the field notes on flic In the office of
the Register of the United States Land
Office., .,GUa Land District. Tucson,
Arizona, as follows, to-wlt:
Magnetic variation for all corners,
12 degrees 25 minutes East.
Beginning at corner No. 1, Identical
corner of location which corner being
n0o inr.iM,.l .lftur in the absence of the tenants. "Rents
2?K TVrSiB wnconnble. We now liuve the follow
in 1 SSlnJ o offorlor .cash; don't delay if you want to
bny.oS one else will uct in ahoml of you:
A four-rcim furnished houso. con rally located.
Uio lot, Ulillitiniiua miit b , , G 0cation, ne.ir wagon road.
2'f SulSST house! K yaul. chicKen and out houi.a, tog,U..r with ..
room adobcOO. mjJjAHKll Rtni.DJ.KG
UE IND HRI
Fimtclaaa rooms from 60 cento perky upwards. Fire for families a specia.t.
lajfooms. Good meals at 25 cenS. Bar Rttached to theBliouse. Batislnc
tlon 8rantoedoPgilISIwANi Pfli.r:etor.
In a wash a witness corner No. 1 beai s
North 49 degrees 54 minutes west, 9j
feet. A pine post 3 feet long, 4 lncncs
square set In a mound of stonesi, one
foot In ground to bed-rock ecrljeil
1-1344 W. C. L. M. C. whence Uulte.l
StateB mineral monument No. 1 of the
Warren Mining District, bears South fit
degrees 48 minutes East 5,937.4 fc't
from true corner point; thence South
54 degrees 25 minutes West, 750 feet to
center of East side line, a pine Pst
feet long, 4 Inches square set In mour.d
of stones 1.500 f.-et same bearing to
corner No. 2. A pine post 3 feet Inns
4 Inches square set In mound of stones,
10 Inches In ground, scribed -isii "
M. C; thence noith 40 degrees 54 min
utes West, 300 feet to South end cen
ter a pine post Z'i feet high set In
mound of stones, IS Inches In ground,
scribed, L. M. C. 1344. 601.2 feet, same
bearing to corner No. 3, a pine post -
feet long, 4 Inches square, set on -
chlBeled In bed-rock, sui rounded by n
mound of stones, scribed 3-1341-LMC;
thence North 54 degrees 25 minutes
East, 750 feet to center of West side
line, a pine post In mound of stones;
1,500 feet same bearing to corner No.
4, Identical with a corner of location,
a pine post 3 feet long, 4 Inchss square,
set 18 Inches In giound. surrounded by
mound of stones, scribed 4-1344-L. M.
C.; thence South 43 degrees. 54 minutes
East 301.2 feet to center end-monument,
Identical with locution monument; a
pine post 3 feet long, V Inches square
set on X chiseled on u reef of rocks,
Dnnrr.imiPd bv a mou nd of stones.
scribed L. M. C. 1344: 591.7 feet same
bearing to witness corner No. 1, already
described; 601.2 feet to corner No. 1
(the true , corner) the Place of begin
ning. Aron nf claim. 20.059 acres.
The said mining claim being of record
In the office of the Recorder of Cochise
County In Book 14, Record of Mines,
pages 22 and 23, at Tombstone, In the
County "and Territory nfofesaid, tlia
presumed general course or direction or
the bald Labrador vein, lode or min
eral deposit being shown upon the plat
posted herewith, as npar ns can be de
termined from present developments,
this claim being for fifteen hundred
(1,500) linear feet thereof, together with
the surface ground shown upon the
official plat posted herewith, the said
vein, lode and mining premises hereby
sought to be patented, being bounded
ns follows, to-wlt: Tiiere arc no
Anv and. nil persons claiming
-rt.tv nnv nnrtion of said mine
surface ground are required to file
,i.ni. n,i.t.ra. clp.lma with the Register
of the United States Land Office at
Tucson. Pima County, in tha Territory
of Arizona, during the sixty days
peilod of publication thereof, or they
will be barred by virtue of the provis
ions of the statute.
MILTON R. MOORE.
Firnt rnblica'ion, Ociober 21, 1SD9.
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