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;oTrqR op application jron u.
M. A. 609, Survey No. 1332.
-ijnlted States Land 0-fflce, Tucson ,Arl-'
' zona. October 7th, 1899.
NOTICS IS HEKEBY dlVEN, That
In putsuance of Chapter Six of Tlttc
'Thirty-two of tho Revised Statutes of
Jhe, United States, tho South Blstiee
'popper Mining and Townslta Improva
. ment Company, a Corporation, whose
,Post Office, address Is Blsbee, Arpsona,
5: by Lynn Kelm, Its authorized nsent,
whose i03tof3ce address it L03 An
geles, California, claiming the followr
Ins lode mining locations, to-wlt: 1,103
feet of.lhe Copper Glance Lode, cover
ing 900 feet North, 40 degrees 5.! min
utes Tcst from the, 'discovery shaft,
'and 09 feet South, 49 degrees 52 min
utes East therefiom, with surface
ground. COO feet in width; 1.109 feet of
the California Lode, covering "10 feet
;North. B0 degrees West from" the dis
'covery shaft, and 899 feet 'South, 50 de
grees East thejefrom; with Em-face
-S ground 600 .feet In widths 1,131 feet of
.the Contentment Lode, covering 900
'feet North. 43 degrees '7 minutes West
. from the discovery shaft, and 234 feet
. South, .43 degrees 27 irtlnuten East
therefrom, with surface grovnd 600 feet
"t'ln -w'idth; i.Krfoct of-the Confidence
..Lode, covering 910 fsef North, 43 de-
'grees 25 minutes , West from the uis-
covery shafLnnd 224 fiet pouth. 43 de-
t8ie!$Z5 minutes East theivfrotn, with
surface grotutd COO'Xeet In' width; 1.131
.feet-"of the-Cmatock liode. covering 9iG
-feet" North, 43 degreen 5 minutes West
from the discovery fchftft and 219 feet
Sblith, 43' degrees 25 minutes' East
thetefrom, with BUtfacs ground 600 fsei
In width; 1,308 feet of the IJryan Lode.
'coveting 1,040.-fet North, 13' degrees
33 minutes West 'from the .discovery
shaft, nd 2C0 feet South. 1.1 degrees 3J
minutes East thorefrorn, With nurfa
ground COO feet In width; and 1.60V feet
ft the Modoc Lode, covering' 1,140 fret
"South, 12 degrees 20 minutes, East front
the discovery shaft and 260 feet North,
. ,12 degrees 20 mtnute.4 Yosi; therefrom..
with. surface ground 6iu reet m(Wtuwi;
, all 'bearing gold, siler and copper. and
altuato.ln the Gila Land District, War
red Mining District,. Cochise County,
Arizona, has made application to the
tJrtltcd States for a patent for the said
rtdhlng claim, which 1b, more fully de
scribed as to metes ar.d bounds by the
'Offlcial Plat posted on the claim, and
by the Field Notes of aurvey thereof,
"ontfllo. In the office pf the United States
Land Office at Tucr.on, Arlzona,.whlch
Fle)d Nojes of suivey describe tha
boundaries find extent of said claim on
.tby surface with magnetic variation at
lifiegfeeB 45 minutes East as follows,
'Survey No. 1C92. '.Copper Glance
"Lode. Beginning iu corner. Nq. 1, .belns
,'tbe Northwest 'corner of location, a
pine" post 'BUrrounded- by a mound of
stones; scribed 1-392 CG.Ij., whence
the "North end center of the Bryan Lode
of this survey besrs Ior,th 13, degrees
.51 minutes 30seconds, We?t 4TO feet
Vnd tKe vpo'lnt of intersection of "the
'North end line of this. lode and the-
: North end line 6f -the' Bryan Lode of
1hls survey bears North 46 degrees 52
minutes, East S5.5 feet, and United
States mineral monument No. '4 beats
jNorth 27 degrees 15 minutes Veat
8,117 'feet; thence North 46 degrees 52
minutes, ast' 85.5' feet to Intersection
with line 1-2 Hi-yen Jcde of'thls aprvcy
at North 80 degrees 17. minutes, East
225.5 fee from coi ner No. 2 Bryan lode
aforesaid, C00 -feet to comer ,No. '-2;
thence 'South 49 'degrees, 52 minutes,
sEast 1.409 feet to corner-No. 3;lthdnee
South 46 degrees Si minutes, West-COft
feet to corner'No. 4 ldenilcal with cor
ner No. 2 of the Contentment Lode, of,
this survey: thence. North 49 degrees ,32
minutes, West-B30.78 fttft'to Vhtersec
tion'wlth line 2-3 of Bryah'Iode of fhttf
survey at South 18 degrees 33' minutes,
East 494.C1 feet from .coiner- No; 2 of
the Bi-yan lode aforesaid,. I,i09 feet to
cornor ,No. l the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. CaKfonihiLodA. Be.
ginning a'tr corner.-jNo..,, l" being", the
Northv.tSt cdrrVer'of location and Iden
tical wttl- corner". No. "2"bfi the Copper
Glance L"0'1o of thl "survey, 'a pinepo3t
surrounded by a. mound, of .earth and
stones, scribed, 1-192. Cal., L.; whence
.United Spate's mineral monument No" 4
bears North 31 degrees 24" mlnutto.
West 8,375 feet;- thence North 4tf"de
grees 52 mlnute.9,.East COO feat to cornor
vNo. Zi thence Souths 4a. degrees C2.rr.ln
utes.v'East 1,109 fee(''t6 corner No. 3;
thence South 46 degjectj 53 minutes.
West COO feet to corner No. 4; thohc
North 49 der.rees 52 minutes, West 1,101
feet to coiner No. 1, the' place of'be
SurveyNo, 1392-- .Contentment Lotlc.-
Beginning. At comer No. 1( belng4 Jho,
Northwest corner of location, a-pirve.
posi surrpuiueu oy . uit-uiiu ui tm
and stones, scribed 1-1392 Ct, L.:
whence Northeast center of ,ihc .Modpc
Lode of fh'ls "survey bears South 8( de
grees 24-'mlnurt-s-'7 jdcondsEast 297.98
feet and United State1 rntnerKl' rtfonu
ment No 4 bears North 26 degress
t0 1-3 minutes, Wes ,9,306.1 feo,t; tficnce
North 46 degrees 53 minutes', East -in'
teraectlng line 2-3 of the Bryan Lode of
thin fluVveyiiya point" 3.52. feet North.,
40 'degrecB ps minutes 'uju&i. irom '.
North end center of this lode, and North
13 degrees 33 minutes, West 238.62 fe;t
fiom corner No. 3 of Bryan Lode afore
said. 600 feet tb corner No. 2; thence
South 43 degrj'JHT7"T,1iute9; E38t1.13,
feet to corner No. 3, identical witH cor
ner No., jj.qf ithe,C6nfkle'nce Lddo ,of
this Buryey. "thehce" South 46 degrees
62 mlnutea, Went COO revet to corner 'No.'
4; thence,North 43 dcgrees'37 minutes..
Went intcrpec-HnB-h fine-2-3 (rfth
Modoc Lode of thlo survey, at a point
579.3 feet from ftorner No, 4 of. this lode,
and Sou(,irJj?W!f8.29 AfoOte-Bai
doc Lbde afotecalcX-'-and'. lntersfectlng
line 3-4 of the 'Bryan Loto of this, 8U.r
voy, at South' '43 degrees 2T ,mlhu;cbt
East 82.6 feet from corner No. .of lls
hide, and Noftjt.80 degrees 17 minutes,
East 244.23 feet from comer'No. 3 of tho
Bryan LoJe. aforesaid, 1,131 foet t
corner No. 1, the. lUaeo of bcgjnning.i
Survey No. 1392'.fcConfltfenca Lode. Bf-
Klnnlng at cornor No. 1. UcjnB.me
Korthweit corner of location. identleal-f
v.-ith corner No, J or me uomenimeni
Lode of this aurVoy, a pno poej nur
roundqd by a mouqd or eath 'and
BtotMss, scribed 1-1393 C. &..)' whence
TJnlted Statewimlneral ntonumept;.No.
4 bear North 29 dcgreeB CfhilnuteB,!
vmt ft.irfit: theAc'e North 0 de-
j - - i h ..!.... a I
areea 52 mljUttc8, Kast 600 tcet t'tfcor-J
box No. 2. thsnee,. South, 43 degrees S7
Lode of thls"rorvcg beats South -1 de
gree 47 rplrjufjCii Afaqcfi'pa'Kait. 69.41
feet: and 'corn No. 3"of the .Bryan
minutes, East 1,134 feet to corner No. 3,
thence South 46 '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 bo
giniMhg, ,BurVeyNo. 1392. Comatock Lode. Be
ffjhjflntr"tv Corner No. 1, being the
XortKwest "corner of location, and iden
tical with corner No. 2 of the 'Confl-dence-Lode
of this survey, and corner
No. 4 of the -California Lode and cor
ner No.vSof the Copper Glance Lodo
ot this survey, a pine post surrounded
by a mound of earth and stones,
acribed 1-1392 Ck. L.; whence United
States .mineral monument No. 4 bears
North 33 degrees 3SV& minutes. West
L9.033 feet: thence wortn 46 degrees &J
minutes. East coo reet to corner o. & , , nyjiiuu in HEREBY GIVEN, That
thence South 43 degrees 27 minutes, I Martin Costello, whose postofflce ad
Eant 1,131 fe-H to corner No. 3, thence J dress Is Tombstone, Cochise "County,
South 46 degrees 52 minutes, West COO
feet to corner i$o.' 4, thence North 13
degrees 27 minutes, W,eeti1.134 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
Survjfy'No. 1392. Bryan Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1. being tho
Northwest corner of location, a pine
post sunounded by a mound of stones
scribed 1-1392 B. L.; whence United
States mineral monument No. 4 beats
North 23 (lem-es 47 minutes West, 7,
S19.6 feet; thence North 80 degrees 1"
minutes, East 300 feet; whence corner
No. 1 of the Copper Glance Lode of this
sun'ey bears South 13'degrees 31 min
utes 30 recsnds. East 47.2 feet, 27J.5 feet
Intoisecting line 1-2 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at North
13 degreen 52 mlnitps. Est 83.5 feet'
fiom corner No. 1 of that lode, 600 feet
to corner Mo. 2; thence South iS de
grees 33 minutes. Eaat 494.91 feet to In
tersection of line 1-4 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at South 49
degrees 52 mln.utes, East 57S.22 feet
fiom coiner No. 1 of the Copper Glance
Lode nfotcsaid, 1,031.33 feet to Intersec
tion with line 1-2 of the Contentment
Lode of'thls survey 'at North 48 de
gtces 5! minutes, Eaat 303.52 feet from
corner'1 No. 1 of Contentment Lode
aforesaid, 1.300 feet to corner No. z of
this- lode: thence South SO degrees 17
niiniites. West 241.23 feet to Intersec
tion with line 1- of Contentment Lode
of'thls survey at South 43 degiees 27
minuter, East S2.C feet from corner No.
I of Contentment Lode aforesaid, 600
feet to coiner No. 4, Identical with cor
ner No. 1 of the Modoc Lode of this
survey: thence North 18 degiees 33
minutes. West 1,500 feet to corner No.
1, the place of beginning.
Survey No, 1292. Modoc Lode." Be
ginning at- corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, and Iden
tical with corner No. 4 Bryan Lode of
this EurvCy, a pine post aurtounded by
a mound of earth and stones',' scribed
1-1322 M. L.; whence United States
mineral monument No. 4 bears North
23 degrees 2 minutes, Wept 9,115 fept
".nd corner No. 1 of the Contentment
Lode of this survey bears North 67 'de
crees ii minutes, East 317.5 fet; thenc
Norn-- SO degrees 17 minute, Ea3t 355.77
for to intersection of line 1-4 of Con
tentment Lode of this suivey at South
13. degiees 27 minutes,, Eat 82.G feet
from comer No, 1 of the Contentment
Lojle aforesaid. 600 feet to corner No. 2
of thlf Jode. Identical with coiner No.
3 bt the, Rlrjan,Lode of this survey:
h'enco 'South, 12 degrees 20 mi.nutes,
East C93 .feet to point of intersection
with line 1-4 of th Contentment Lode
of this survey at South 41 degrees 27
minutes. East 554,7. feet from corner
No, 1- of the Contentment Lode afore
said. l.fCO feet to rorner No. 3; thence
outh 30 degrees 17 minutes, West1 600
feet tp corner No. 4. thence North 12
defrees 20 "minutes, West 1,500 feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
' TOTAL AREA OF 'CLAIM. '
Total x'.hdnct area' of Coiper Glance
Lode. 15.17 acres. " "
Total and net area of . .California
Lode, 15.17. acres. , .
Total and net area of Contentment
Total and net
Lode, 15:01 acres.
area of .C.omBlqck
Lode, 15.C1 acres.
Total 'area Bi-yan L'ode 17.69 " acres,
'cs area In conflict wllh Copper Glance
Lode of this 'survey .-L3&qmsl''ane1 less
,uea In conflict with Contentment Lode
of this survey, .948 acres. Net area of
Bryan Lode, 14,912 -acreB.
Total aiea 'Modoc Lode 20 61 acres,
less aiea in conflict with Contentment
Leu.e.of lh!s survey, 1.10 acres. - Net
trca of Modoc lode, 19.51 acres.
Net,atea of this lode claim, lll.C.'S
The surveys of all the, above do
cilbed lodes arc Identical wlthf or
within their respective' locations. This
Vaim.is located about a mile and a half
South of- the town of Blsbee, in tho
Isi'A Wairen Mining fDlsti let, ..said
'County of Cochise, and Itl-i; wKen'p'ib-
!io land surveys-are lttcridett over, this
seel Ion of country, be embraced aP
uo?ctmateJy In Tow-whip 23 South,
uinge, 24 East. GIIafind M W?
Base and Meridian Arizona."
The amended locations' of 'tlje abov
nhd following do3ciibed lodes are' re
corded aa follows: Of the Copper
Glance in Boc-k 14;at; pasVj.SXOT.of'tho
Pi'dfprijia, ln,.-Rxiok'34, at p$ge 533; of
tho JC9ntentmrnt, -It) Book, 14. at .page
531; of' the Confidence, In B,ook 11. at
page;557; of ihe Comstg6k, In'Eoolf'U.
at page 532; of the "Bryan, In'Bo'bk II,
a page 534,7nnd of the Modoc in Book
14, at page 556; ald book being of the
Records of Mines of the Re'cordS 'of
Coc-hlso County, Aii-somT-Tdrritdry.
,T,ho .presumed gqnQral courpp .or dl
te6tion of the 'vein, lcMe, 6r mineral do
posit 'of. the abVe descrlbad.. lodes ro
SDOctlvelv Is shown un'on the plat post
ed on the claim, as 'nearly 'atf.caft be'do,.-
termlned from present development,
this claim being for the linear ffcet -of
each lode thereof na. hereinabove et
forth, respectively, 'together with' the
surf ace. ground ahown upon jtHe official
piat aroresaid. ,
' Th'c'a'djblninff' claims' 'are: Combina
tion. St.' Louis a.nd Illinois clalns,(un-dut-Veyed),
SliattuoVe, Keating,' et. al.,
ylalnianta;:BAtckey O'Neill, Sljctcen-tgi
One fltid Arlzotia 'claims (Survey , N. o,
1393)owfted by applicant h'erelnJ'ICey
claim (unsurveyed), .Waadell -anrt
O'flare claimants; claim',- name?1 Urt
known CunBurveyeeD.'Strongr Matliiaa
(unfluiWeSdfr Demfchle. TS'addell and
Pprrfnk-claimants: Thomas' claim (un
. " 1. nilmwt Mn Mill I v 1 Tt
pnrveyei)rV9fii'4yiiW!H 'ana "ilfnZ
iM, olAltntt;(on gloher oldt's Va-
carTt t4fioP$W Iaa. "
'Any imdAll ifr Claiming, ad
veAely"aheilte'.lftJl)il, vein,; lode.,
premises, or 'any portion thereof so de
ncrlbedh surveyed, platted and applied
far, ar hertfcy notified, that unldna
their adverse claims are duly filed as
according to law and the regulations
theieunder within the time pi escribed
by law, with the Register of the United
States Land Office at Tucson, Arizona,
they will be barred by the provisions
of said statute.
' MILTON It. MOORE.
Date of first publication Friday, Oc
tober 20th, 1899.
M. A. No. 698, Survey No. 1282.
I United States Land Office, Tucson, Arl-
zona, uctober 16th, 1S99.
Arizona Territory, has made applica
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, situate in the
"Warren" Mining District, Cochise
County, Arizona. Ten itory, and de
scribed in the official plat and field
notes on file In thl3 office, as fdllows,
"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, t;o bed
jock, in mound of stones, scribed 1-1282
R. M. C, whence United States, min
eral monument No. 4 of "Warren"
Mining District bears North 62 degrees
22 minutes East 4,225 feet, thence Fouth
49 degrees 01 minutes We3t li495 feet
to corner No. 2, a pine post 4 feet Ion-?
4 inches rquar? In mound of 'stone
scribed 2-1282 R. M. C; thence South
47 degrees 16 minutes East 593.5 Jfeet to
coiner No. 3, identical with location
coiner, a pine post 4 feet long 4 inches
square In mound of stones, scribed
3-1282 R. M. C.; thence Nortii'; 49- de
grees 01 minutes East 495 feet to corner
No. 4, a pine post 4 feet long 1 Inches
square in mound of stones,' scribed
4-1232 R. M. C; thence North 47 de
grees 1G- minutes CC3.5 feet to place of
beginning. Variation at all couurs 12
degrees 20 minutes East.
Area r.0.25 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 inarta al
ready noticed 1-12S2 L M. C, whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
bea is "North G2 degrees 22 mlnytes East
1,225 feH; thence South 49 degrees 01
minutes We3t 1,495 feet to corner No. 2,
Identical with corner No. 2 "Ro" Loie
scilbcd, in addition, 2-12S3. L M. 'C. ;
thence North 23 degrees 50 minute?
West 612 feet to comer No. S, a pine
post 3 feet long 4 Inches sqtHr? in
mound of lock scribed 3-1232-L. M. C;
.thence North 52 degrees 22 minutes
East 1,470.5 feet to corner No. 4, a pine
post three feet long 4 inches sivarj In
mound of stone, sciibed 4-1282 L. M. C;
thenco South 23 degre.es 50 minutes
Ea3t 522 5 feet to corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Variation at aU cornel s
12 degreen 0 minutes East.
Area 18.C0 ucirs.
Total area of both lode claims, '.3S 89
In Township 23 South of Range 24
East (unsurveyed), Gila and Salt
River Meridian. The locations of then"
mines is recorded in the Recorders of
fice of C6chisp" County, kAilzona, " on
pages 575-6-7 of Book 9, of Records of
Mines. Adjoining claimants are tho
"Wood Chopper," survey No. 1061, and
"Tip' Top,'' survey No. 10S7. on the
Northeast, and the "Wagner," survey
No. 1121, on "the 'Southeast.
' All persons holding adverse claim
theicto are requited to. ( present .the
same before this oillce "within sitty
days frqm the firot.-day -of publication
hereof, or they will be barred by, virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
' MILTON ft. MOORE.
Date of flrt publication. Fild.iyi Oc-.
toner 20th, 1S99,
NOTICE OF APPLICATION ' I'OK
PATENT. .( ,
Mininu.Arlt'Jit'Mio-VNo '703. ,
Survey No. 1314.
United States Land Office.
Tuiton, Octol-er 10, JS90.
NOTICE IS HEREBr GIVEN, "That
In pursuance of the United States Min
ing Laws, M. J". Brophy and ".. B. Ma
son, whose poslofilce address is BiBbos",
Cochise County, Arizona, have made
application for patent for fifteen hun
dred (1,500) linear feet of the Labra 'or
lode mining claim, situated in the Wai
ren Minlpg District, Cochise County,
Territory of Ailsona, as describe by
the official plat herewith posted and by
the field notes on "file in the office of
the- Register -of the United States' Land
Office, Gila Land District, Tuceon..
Arizona, as fo)iqy'3,to-il: ,. . ,,
Magnetic vat latlon "for a'l. corner.!,
12 degrees 5 minutes. East.
Beainnlng at cornersNo. 1," identical
comer of location jyl-.lfli cprnej; boiii;; j
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tion gnnranlet'li or no pnv. ' . ' ' '
in a wash, j. u lines corner No. 1 beat
North 49 degrees 51 minu'ea vest. fr5
feet. A rino po.n 3 feel long, 4 Inches
square set In n mound of stone3, one
foot In giound to bed-roc't scribe 1
1-1344 W. C. L. M. O. whence United
States mineral monument No. 1 of the
Warren Mining District, bears South 5?
degrees 4S minutes East 5.9S7.4 feM
from true corner point; thence South
54 degrjse-a 25 minutes West, 7C0 feet to
center 'of East side line, a pine.post 4
feet long, 4 Inches square set In mound
of stones 1,500 feet same bearing to
! corner No. 2. a nine cost 3 fer,t lon
4 Inches square set In mound of stones,
10 Inches In ground, scribed '2-1311 L
M. C; thence north 43 degrees 54 min
utes West, 300 foet to Soutli er.d cen
ter a pine post V3 fiet hih set in
mound of stones, IS inches in ground,
sciibed, L.'M. C. 1J41.'"612 Tet, sanv
bearing to coiner No. 3, a piic po3t
foet long, 4 Incnes pquare, set on
chiseled in bed-rock, sunounded by a
mound of ston"S, scribed 2-:2U-LMC:
thence 'North CI flrjjre.-ii 25 minutes
Ee,st, 750 f-xt t'i center of Went nidi
line, a pi- o post In mouVid of stonei:
1,500 feet -ame bearing to corner No
4, identlct ; with a corner tf location,
a pine por "3 'feet Tung. 4 incheS squire,
ret 13 ino'i n in ground, sunounded by
mound of Jtoms. scribed 1-1311-L. M
C: thenc- South 49 dgiee" 51 minutes
East 301.2 'eot 10 center end monument,
Identical ulth location mo'iument; a
pine post .1 feet lei g, 1 Inches square
set on X chiseled on "a reef of rocks,
surrounded bv a rround of stones,
sci!bcdL. M C. 1314:91.7 fopt. same
bearing to witners corner No. 1, already
described; C01.2 feet to i-orr.ev No. 1
(tho tiue cornor) the place of begin
Area of claim, 20.059 acres.
The said mining claim being of record
In. tho office of the Rccoidcr of Cochise
County in Book 1, Record ofMInc3.
pages 22 and 2,", at Tombstoie, In tho
County and Ten Itory aforesaid, the
presumed g&ncial course or direction of
the said LabiadOr 'vein, lod3 or min
eral deposit being shown upon the' plat
posted herewith, as near as can be de
tcraiined froni present developments,
this claim being fo.- ilfteen hundred
(1.CO0) linear feet thereof, together with
the surfate t round shown upon the
official p'at posted hbrcvith, the said
vain, lodo and mining pr3mir,es hereby
sought to be pa' en ed, being bounded
im foljoxs.' to-wit: Tiieie are no ad
Any, and a'l pr-isons dairying ad
versely onv l'Oition of saK mine or
surface giourd are renujred to file
thc.h; aden.C! claims with .the Register
cf the UniVil Plates' Land Office at
Tucson, Pima Co-r.ity, In tho Territory
of Arizona, eiuiing '.he sixty days
period of puVlcatJon thereof, or they,
will be ban el by virtue of the provis
ions of t?.o sUtute. ,
MILTON R. MOORE,
3 Rogt&terr -
PubJirvirtn. Oi-Sobei 21, 8'J!).
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