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N11T1CK IS HffiriKBT OIVEW, That
in purauance of Chapter Six of Title i
Thirty-two ( thf lleviscil Statute or
the United Stte. thu South Dlabee
Copper lUnins ard TwiiaitImprove
ment Company, a Corpo:tln, whoa
rout Office addrese la 13 bee, 'Ationa,
by Lynn Helm, lta authorUed ajent,
wliuso postofllce aildreea Is Loa An
teles, CuMfornla. clalmlugr the follow
Intc lode mining locations, te-wlt; 1.109
feet of the Cepper Glance Loda, cevor
Intr 900 feet North, 4 degree 12 min
utes West from the discovery shaft,
and :00 feet South, 4ft degrees 63 min
utes East therefrom, with sarfaoe
ground 00 feet In wldtfci; 1,10 fet of
.he California Lode, covering 219 feet
North, CO degrees Wet from tke dis
covery shaft, and S6? feet Suth, SO de
trreea East therefrom, wttb surface
ground SOS feat In wldt; 1,1M feat of
the Contentment Lode, overlap 0
feet North, ii degree. 2? satautee West
from the discovery ht. fcsid -Ms feet
South, 42 doffrec iX sr4nuofl'- Vast
therefrom, with surface groad 0e feet
in width; 1.1U fset ef (ha Qaqtilence
Lode, coverlns 910 feet North, it de
crees 26 minutes West from the dis
covery shaft and 224 feet South, 41 de
crees 25 minutes East therefrom, with
surface ground 609 feet in width; 1,134
feet of the ComtJtock Lode, covering 915
feet .North, 43 devreea 28 minutes West
from the discovery shaft and 219 feet
South, 43 degrees 25 minutes East
therefrom, with surface ground 800 feel
In width; 1,300 feet of the Bryan Lode,
covering 1.01D feet North, 18 degrees
23 minutes West from the discovery
shaft, and 260 feet South, IS degrees ::
minutes East therefrom, with' surface
trround 600 feet In width; apt 1,590 feet
of the Moiloc Lodo, covering 1,140 feet
South, 12 degrees 29 minutes, Eost from
the dlecovcry shaft and 3W feet North.
12 degrees 0 minutes West therefrom
with surface ground 608 fevt In width;
All bearing gold, silver and copper, unci
situate In the Gila Land District. War
ren Mining district, Cochise County,
Arizona, has made application to the
L'nitetl States for a patent for the aah:
mining claim, which is more fully de
scribed as to metes and bound?, by tht
Ofllclal Pint posted 'en the claim", fend
by the Field Notes of survey thereof,
on file In the office of the United States
Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, which
Field Notes of survey describe th.
boundaries and extent of said claim or
he surface with magnetic variation a'
;l degrees 4S minutes East, as fallows
Survey No. 1392. Copper Glanc-
Lode. Eelnnlng at corner No. 1, beln,
he Northwest corner of location, s
line pot surrounded by a mound o:
stones, scribed 1-1392 C. G. L., whenc
he Nnrtii end center of the Bryan 'Lod
if this survey bears North 13 degree?
;il minutes 30 seconds, West 47.2 fei
nd the point of intersection of th.-
North end line of thl lode and th.
North end line of the Bryan Lode ol
this survey bears Nort U degrees 5'
'nlnutes, East 85.B feet and Unl'.ei
"tates mineral monument No. 4 bea:v
N'orth 27 degrees 15. mlnutea Wes .
;,117 feet; thence North 46 decrees J
ninutes. East 85.5 feet to Intersection
with line 1-2 Bryan lode of this surrey
t North 80 degrees 17 mlnufes, East
,:5.5 feet from corner No. 2 Bryan lode
aforesaid, 600 feet to corner No. Z:
thence South 49 degree 53 minutes
ICast 1,109 feet to cdrner No. 3; thence
ottth 46 degrees 52 minutes. West 600
eet to corner No. 4 Identical with cor
ner No. 2 of the Contentment Lode o
this sur.vey; thence North 49 degrees 5:
ninutes, West 530.78 feet to lntersoc
ion with line 2-3 of Bryan lode of thlr
urvey at South 18 degrees 33 minute
art 494.91 feet from corner No. 2 o'
he Bryan lode aforesaid, 1,109 feet to
orner No. 1, the place of b"gnuing.
Survey No. 1392. California Lode. Be
Mnnlng at corner No. 1, being thr
N'orthwest corner of location and Iden
leal with corner No. 2 of the Copp.'
Glance Lode of thl survey, a pine por-t
surrounded by a mound of earth an '
stones, scribed 1-1892 Cal., L.; whenc?
United Stales mineral monument No.
"tears North 31 degrees Zi minutes
West 8,375 feet; thence North 46 de
jreos 52 mlnutesEast 600 feet to corner
No. 2; thence South 49.degrees52 min
ites, East 1,109 feet to corners No. X
'hence South 46 degrees 52 mlnute
West 600 feet to corner No. 4; thenct
Vorth 49 drrrrees 52 minutes, 'W"st 1.10'
feet to corner No. 1. the place of be
ginning. Survey No. 1892. Contentment Lode
Beginning at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, a plnr
post surrounded by a mound of earth
and atones, scribed 1-1392 Ct. L.;
whence Northeast center of the Modoc
Lode of this survey bears South 1 de
gree 47 minutes 47 seconds, East (9.41
feet; and corner No. 3 of the Bryan
Lode of this survey bears South 86 de
grees 24 mlmites 7 seconds, East 297.9S
feet and United States mineral monu-,
ment No. 4 bears North. 26 degree:i
20 1-3 minutes, West 9,306.1 feet; thenct
North 46 degrees 62 minutes,, jEnst in
tersectlng lln,e. 2-3 of the Bryan Loie ot
this survey at a point 3.5:: f '.H .No-1 '
46 degrees 52 minutes East from "
North end center of this loli, .tidN r
t8 degrees 33 minute?, W-s. "ZSSZ '
from corner No. 3 of Br rri Lo-le -tto.
said. 600 feet to corner No. 2; lb i
South 43 degrers V7 mln-ite" K"" ; '.'
'cot to corner No. 3, .loiii ,' v.-ltb ''
ier No. 4 of the Con'cru'' Loe '
'iN diirvey; thence South !5 le: r
2 minutes, West 60 f.;t t.
t; thence North 43 dcj;r-,e"
West interscctlnir tho 'l'
fot'oc T.odo of this fin- ev,
T'JS feet from cornor Kr. I
minutes;. .Cast 1,U fit to eom- Ne. ft.
.thente South 46 dsgrees fa, uilnuros;
Weet 00 feet to comer Ne. 4; thuase
i North U degree .1 mtnates, Uet 1.14
Vcet to crner e. L Ue e';aa; b
their adverse olalms are duly filed as
according U law and the regulations
thereunder withi the time prescribed
by law, with the Register of the United
atate Land Office at Turson, Ariaona,
thoy will b barred hj the oreviituus
."urvey No. w. Comatock Lode-. Be- d statute,
itlnniug at corner No. L being the MILTON It. MOORE,
N'orthwest corner of location, aud lieu- ! Register.
ual with corner No. 2 of the Conn- Date of first publlcxtlon, Friday, Oc-
.tnce Lod of thl survey, and corner tober 29th. 1199.
N'o. 4 of the California Loie and cor- .....
.ier No. Z of the Copper Glance Lode NOTIOH OP APPLICATION FOR
,C this SHrvey. a. ptu post surrounded , PATENT.
y a mound of earta and stones. ,
scribed 1-lsK Ck L.; whence Unlil J M. A. Ne. 691, Surrey Ne. 1232.
states mineral monnmeat No. 4 bears '
Norm degree minutes. West
J.033 feet; thence North 43 degrees ii
imiuicB, .k soo fwt to cornw No. a;
.. fffU'f eiYiltasiitm
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r.d ttouth 12 "tr i'p ir'.-njte 1
X) foot finm comor V.i ' "t f- '
doc Lodo- afdresaid, and interseqtinpr
'Ins 3-4 of the Bryan Lode of this s'ir-
vsv. at South 43 dearrees 27 minutes
East 82.6 feet from corner No. 1 of this
lode, and North 80 Begrees"s17 minutes.
East 244.23 feet from corner No. 3 ef the
Bryan Lode, aforesaid, 1,114 feet to
corner No. 1. the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. Condence"L'ode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, identical
with corner No. 2 of the Contentment
Lode of .this survey, a pine post sur
rounded by a mound of earth and
stones, scribed 1-1392 Ce. L.; whence
United States mineral monument No.
4 bears North 29 degrees 16 minutes,
West 9.151 feet; thence North 46 de
grees 62 mlautes, East 600 feet to cor-
utence bout r degrees 21 minutes.
Kast 1.134 fat to corner No. I, thence
South 4t degrees Sf minute. West 600
'eet to corner No, 4. theaca North 41
legrees 37 minute. Weal 1.134 feot to
orner No. 1, the pbaca of beginning.
Survey No, Mto. Bryan" Lode, Be
ginning m (erner No. l, Ving the
Northwest eorner ef locattoa. a Din
post surrounded by a mound, of stones
scribed 1-H jj. l.; wkence United
States mineral mempraeat Ne. 4 hear
N'orih 23 decrees 47 miiiutHs West, 7.
?19.l feet; thence North 84 degrees 17
minutes. East 800 feet; whence cornor
No. 1 of the Copper GlaaceLod. ot this
survey bears South 13 degrees XI min
utes 30 seconds, Bast 47.2 feet, 374. S feet
Intersecting line 1-2 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at North
16 degrees 52 minutes, Eist 85.5 feet
from corner No. 1 of that lode, 600 feet
to corner No. 2; thence South 12 de
crees 33 minutes, East 494.91 feet to in
tersection of line 1-4 of the Copper
CJlance Lode of this survey at South 49
lesrees 52 minutes. East 78.22 feet
'rom corner No. 1 of tho Copper Glance
r.ode aforesaid, 1,061.38 feet to Intersec
tion with line 1-2 of the Contentment
Lode of this survey at North 46 do
frees 52 minutes, East 203.12 feet from
orner No. 1 of Contentment Lode
foresaid, 1,300 feet to corner No. 8 of
his lode: thence South SO degrees 17
ninutes. West Slt.28 foet to Intersect
ion with line 1-4 of Contentment Lo!e
f this survey at South 43 degrees 27
ninutes, East 32.S feet from corner No
of Contentment Lode aforesaid, 60C
'tet to corner No. I, identical with cor
ler No. 1 of ttic Moloc Lode of this
survey; thence North 18 degrees 3a
minutes. West 1,500 feet to corner No.
I, the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. Modoc Lode. Be
lnnlng at corner No. 1, being the
Vorlhwest corner of location, and Iden
tical with corner No. 4 Bryan Lode of
his survey, a pine post surrounded by
mound of earth and stones, scribed
1-1392 M: L.; whence United State
nlneral monument No. 4 bears North
3 degrees 2 minutes, West 9,115 feet
nd corner No. 1 of the Contentmen
L.ode of this survey bears North 87 de
:rees 43 minutes. East J17.S fest; thT.c
.Worth 20 degrees 17. minutes. East 355.77
et to Intersection of line 1-4 of Con
entment Lode of this survey at South
3 decrees 27 mlnuti-e, Eat H.i feet
,'rom corner No. 1 of the Contentment
ro.'.e aforesaid. 600 feet to corner No. 3
of this lode, identical with corner No.
"3 of the Bryan Lode of this "survey:
' hence South' 12 degrees 20 minutes,
East 393 fpet to point of Intersection
vlth line 1-4 of the Contentment Lode
f this survey at South 43 degrees
'Intites. F.vst 554.7 feet from eorner
."Co. 1 of the Contentment Lode afore-
aid, 1.500 feet to corner No- 3: thenct
'outh SO degree 17 minutes, West 600
feet to corner No. 4. thence North i:
defrees 20 minutes. West l.COO feet to
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
TOTAL AREA OF CLAIM.
Total and net area of Copper Glance
Lode. 16.17 acres.
Total and net area of California
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of Contentmen!
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total and net area of Confidence
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total and net area of Comstock
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total area Bryan Lode 17.69 acres
'ess area In conflict with Copptr Glance
Lode of this survey. 1.88 acr-'S. and less
irea in conflict with Contentment Lode
of this survey, .948 acres. Net area o
3ryan Lode, 14.912 acres.
Total area Modoc Lole 20.64 acres
less area In conflict with Contentmen'
Lode of this survey, 1.10 acre. Net
area of Modoc-dofle, 19.54 acres.
Net area of this lode claim; 111.6.;2
Te.e surveys of all the above de
scribed lodes are identical with, oi
within their respective locations. Thl
claim is located about a mile and a nai
South of the town of Bisbee, in th'
,aid Warren Mining District, sai.1
County of Cochise, and will, when pub
lie land surveys are extended over this
section of country, be embraced ap
proximately in Townsr'ip 23 Sou.i
range 24 East. Gila and Salt River
Basi and Meridian, Arisona.
Ti(e amended locations of the abow
$jid following described lodes arc re
corded as follows: Of the copper
Glance in Book 14, nt page 50; ot tne
California, in Book 14, at page 530; of
the Contentment, in Book li nt page
531; of the Confidence, in Book 11, a!
page 557; of the Comstock, In Book 1 1
at page 532; of the Bryan, In Bool; 14,
at page 534, and of the Modoc In Boole
14, at page 556; said book being of Hi-
Records of Mines of the Record;) of
Cochise County, Arizona Territory.
The presumed general course or til
rectlon of the vein, lode, or mineral de
posit of the above described lodes re
spectively is shown upon the plat post
ed on the claim, 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 ofllclal
United States Land Office. Tuoaon, Ari
zona, October 18th. 1899.'
NOTICK IS HEREBT GIVEN, That
Martin Costello, whose postofflce ad
dress Is Tombstone. Cochise County,
Arisona Territory, has made applies-"
tloft for a patent for 1,495 linear feet of
the "Roy" and 1,495 linear feet of th?
"Le" mining claims, bearing copper
and other minerals, situate In the
"Warren" Mining District, Cochise
County, Arizona Territory, and de
scribed In the official plat and flel :
notjfs ob file la this office, us follow::,
"Roy" Lode Claim. Beginning a.
oorner No. 1, Identical with location
corner, a pine post X feet long 4 Inches
square, set 1 foot In ground, to bed
rock. In mound of stones, scribed i-1282
R. M. C. whence United States min
eral monument No. 4 of "Warren"
Mining Dlstrl&t bears North 62 degrees
22 minutes East 4..'25 feet', thence South
49 degrees 01 minutes West 1.495 feet
to corner No. 2. a pine post 4 feet long
4 Inches square In mound of stones.
scribed 2-1282 R. M. C; thence South
47 degrees 16 minutes East 593.5 feet to
corner No. 3, Identical with location
corner, a pine post 4 feet long 4 Inches
square In mound of stones, scribed
3-1282 R. M. C; thence North 49 de
grees 01 minutes East 495 feet to corner
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 598.5 feet to place of
beginning. Variation at all corners 12
degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 20.25 acres.
"Leo Lode Claim. Beginning at eor
ner No. 1. Identical witty location cor
ner and with corner No. 1 of "Roy"
lode, scribed In addition to marks -i
ready noticed 1-1252 L. M. C, whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
hears North 62 degrees 22 minutes East
4,225 feet; thence South 49 degrees 01
minutes West 1.433 f,e,e.t to corner No. 2.
Identical with corner No. 2 "Roy" Lode,
scribed, In addition, 2-1282 L. M. C:
thence North 23 degrees 50 minutes
West 612 feet to corner No. 3. a nine
post 3 feet long 4 inches square in
mound of rock scribed 3-1282 L. M. C:
thence North 52 decrees 22 minutes
East 1,470.5 feet to corner No. 4, a pine
post three feet long 4 inches square in
mound of stone, scribed 4-1232 L. M. C;
thence South 23 degrees B0 minutes
East 522.5 feet to corner No. 1, the plare
of beginning. Variation at all corners
t2 degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 1S.C0 acres.
Total area of both lode olalms, 23.85
In Township 23 South of Range 24
East (unsurveyed). Gila and Salt
River Meridian. The locations of the
mines Is recorded In the Recorder's of
fice of Cochise County. Arizona, on
pages 575-8-7 or Book 9. of .Records of
Mines. Adjoining claimants nre the
wood Chopper." survey No. 1C61. and
"Tip Top." .urvey No. 1067. on the
Northeast, and tiie "Wagner." survey
No. 1121, on the SoutheMt.
All persons holding adverse claims
thereto are required to present tti
same before this oniee 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 of first publication. Friday, Oc
tober f0th, 1SC9.
in a wash, a wIIubai corner Ne. 1 bears
North 49 dgreos 54 mlastea west, H
feet. A pine post i feot leng. 4 iu.
senate set in a mound of :utg, ve
foot in ground t bod-nScJc scribed.
1-1J44 YT. C. L. M. C. waence Uaite
Statee mineral monument-No. 1 ef tl
Warren Mining District, bear South
degrees 48 minutes East 1,987.4. f
from true ooraar point; thence Soutt.
54 degrees 25 minutes West, fat. feet to
center of East side line, a pine post 1
feet long, 4 inches square set lit mount)
ef stones L50 feet same bear)n U,
corner No. 2, a pine post 8 fclVt lou8
4 incites square set in mound of etonss,
10 inches in ground, scribed. ,ri34 L.
M. C; thence north 49 degrees 4jil" mfn-Htes-West,
300 feet to South er4,cen
ter a pine post S& feet high',;iet In
mound of stones, IS Inches ln'feifoumL
scribed. JL. M. c 1241. 601.2 feetj jiame
bearing o corner No. 3, a pln post 3
feet long, 4 inches square. tL oh. X
chiseled, in bed-rock, surround)!, bya
mound of stones, scribed 3-134ULUG;
thence North 54 degrefea U uiiuutea
East, 750 feet t center of Wefi tde
line, a pine post hi moun-1 nf sto'nesi
1,500 feet same bearing to eoriiir No.
4, Identical with a corner of lui!jtU4n.
a pine post 3 feet iong, 4 inches sqtUre.
set IS Inches In ground, surroJrtJi by
mound of' stones, scribed 4-1344-iIi.' M.
C; thence South 49 degrees 54 minute
East 301.3 feet- to center end moaiirent.
.ldeatlcul with location monument; -a
pine post X .feet Ions. 4 Inches styiire
set on X chiseled on a roef of rec'a.
surrounded by a mound ef sU;ic.
scribed L. M C. 1344; 591.7 feet same
bearing to witness corner No. i, already
doscribod; 001. J feet to. corner itk I
(the true corner) tiie piaoe ef begta
nlng. Area of claim, 20.0:9 acres.
The zald mining claim being ef re cere"
In the office of the Recorder ef" Cochise
County in Book 14, Record of .Mines,
pages 22 and 22. at Tombstone, in th
County and Territory aforesaid, tk?
presumed general course or direction f
the said Labrador vela, lode or.ihln
eral deposit being shown upon the ptat
posted herewith, as near as can io de
termined from present develop:?.,
this claim being for tlfteea hundred
(1,500) linear feet thereof, together with
the surface ground shown upon "the
official, plat posted herewith, the ta'.t
vein, lode and mln'ns promises' herefty
sought to be pa'tn'el. being bounded
as follows, to-wlt: There are ue aii
joining claims. .
Any and alt persons cjairning ki
vorsely any porthm of said mlne.vir
surface ground' are required to lie
their adverse claims with the Register
of the United Stat LMid Ohio" t
Tucson. Pima County, In the Territery
of Ariz ma, during the sixty cayS
period of pnbilca'ion thereof, or they
will be barred by virtue hf the prvfis
leas of the statute.
MtLTON H. MOORS.
First ?ultlic4 fun. October 21, iSr.
pitfej yff t7- r i i avl-PUri.rLliiTi
4- WORLO-VIDE CIRCULATION
; Tranty Pages; Weekly;IllttstraWl: j
Indispensabls ro" Mining Men.
T3?.ZX?XHXA3tS KE.TEA2. fSTfAS
XtMtJL CO-ICS PUS.
MIHIHG HD SCIESriFlO PRESS,
Minii)j Application Vo 703.
Survey No. 1314.
United States Land Office.
TtJfros. ()i utr in. If:p0
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 Bisbee.
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, ns describe b
the official plat herewith posted and b;
the field notes on (lie in the ofilcu ot
the Register of the United SUtes Land i
Office, Gila Land District, Tucson
Arizona, as follows, to-v.it:
Magnetic variation for all corners.
12 degrees 25 minutes East.
Beginning at corner No. 1, ldent.enl
corner of location which corner bulng
, 220 Market St., San F wagfip, Ciu J
i vm wtmtm
is not only the most "
useful thing ever de- "
vised for the family,
' but is distinguished
for its beauty as an
artistic piec of fur
niture. TIE IEIT Ml ESTIEIT 11 EAITI,
earning more in proportion te
cost than any other pufchatii
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either lock-stitch or chain-stitch.
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at the largest and bsst-squippsji
factory in the world, where
every machine is carefully teste!
n practical stitching.
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One frame house of two rooms, complc'cit- in ;
terms very low. Apply to b'. K. Williams. '
.. .,..'.. . Odo fraaie house of three rooms; $15 per month, iiu-indi
! aujoining claims nre; uouioinn- j Williams.
uob, at. louis and Illinois claims (un One frosne Iioush of three rooms nnr Shall tvk,
surveyed), Shattuck. Keating, et. ul. month. Apply to B. K. William,
claimants; Buckey O'Neill. Slxtcen-to- . The Enule House, f.iur rooms: w.-u.t miu-Ij
?mv Artzona claims (Survey N... Overlook; S15 per month. Applvm.s K. W-;
133) owned by applicant herein; id- One ariobo houce. fix nwmi itulit m " --n: !,.
ciaira (unsurveyed), Waddell an !
O'Hare claimants; claim, name un
known (unsurveyed), Stronjt. Mnthl-is
and Sampson, claimants; Lulu c ,
(unsurveyed), Gemehle. WndK'i i. .
Perring, claimants; Thoniao cltt!:.
surveyed), Denn, WilllamB an-. !Li .
non, claimants; on all other .vOcti
cant and unoccupied land.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely the mining ground, vein, lode,
premises, er any, portion thereof so de
sorlbed, surveyed, platted and applied
toS. K. WilliHriB.
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east W7 AOtttNd.
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First class rixuns froia 00 cents jht ilay upwards, -.i-'iicf for j,n..
in rooms. Good mcala at 25 cents. Bar atunliril tn nhe J..k
tiof) mwerawlcetlor no pay
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