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NireiCE OP APPLICATION FOR tT.
M. A. 699, Survey No. 1392.
United States Land Office, Tucson .Ari
zona, October 17th, 1830.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That
in pmsuanceof Chapter Six of Title
Thirty-two of the Revised Statutes of
th, United States, the South Bisbee
Copper Mining and Townslte Improve
ment Company, a Corporation, whoso
Pobt Office uddress is Bisbee, Arizona,
by Lynn Helm, its authorized agent,
whose rostofflce address is Lob Ar
ffdes, California, claiming the follow
ing lode mining locations, to-wlt: 1,109
feet of the Copper Glance Lode, cover
ng 900 feet North, 49 degrees 52 min
utes West from the discovery Bhaft,
and 209 feet South, 49 degrees 52 min
utes East therefrom, with Burface
ground COO feet in width; 1,109 feet of
the California Lode, covering 210 feet
North, 50 degrees West from the dis
covery shaft, and 899 feet South, 50 de
crees East therefrom, with surface
ground COO feet in width; 1,134 feet of
the Contentment Lode, covering 900
feet North, 43 degrees 27 minutes West
from tho discovery shaft, and 234 feet
South, 43 degrees 27 minutes East
therefrom, with surface ground 600 feet
In width; 1,134 feet of the Confidence
Lode, covering 910 feet North, 4a de
grees 25 minutes West from the dis
covery shaft and 224 feet South, 43 de
grees 25 minutes East therefrom, with
surface ground GOO feet in width; 1,131
feet of the Comstock Lode, covering 915
feet North, 43 degrees 25 minutes West
from the discovery shaft and 219 feet
South, 43 degrees 25 minutes East
therefrom, with surface ground 600 fee.
'In Width; 1,300 feet of the Bryan Lode,
covering 1,040 feet North, 18 degrees
rri minutes West from the discovery
shaft, and 260 feet South, 18 degrees 3i
minutes East therefrom, with surface
ground 600 feet in width; and 1,500 feet
of the Modoc Lode, covering 1.140 feet
South, 12 degrees 20 minutes East from
the discovery shaft and 360 feet North,
12 degrees 20 minutes West therefiom,
with surface ground 600 feet In width;
all bearing gold, silver and copper, and
situate In the Gila Land District, War
ren Mining District, Cochise County,
Arizona, has made application to the
United States for a pate'nt for the said
mining claim, which Is more fully de
scribed as to metes and bounds by the
Official Plat posted on the claim, and
by the Field Notes of survey tVrvof.
on file In the office of the Unite 1 Stales
Land Office at Tucson, Arizona, whicJi
Field Notes of survey describe the
boundaries and extent of said claim on
the surface with magnetic variation at
11 degrees 45 minutes East as follows,
Survey No. 1392. Copper Glance
Lode. Beginning at corner No. 1, belnj
the Northwest corner of location,
4lne post rurroUnded by a mound Oi
stones, scribed 1-1392 C. G. L., wlienct
the North end center of the Birai Loci,
of this survey hears North 13 degrees
31 minutes 30 seconds, West 47.2 feet
ind the point of inteisec'lon of in
North end line of thl lode and tho
North end line of the Bryan Lode o."
mis survey oears xorth 4G degrees o
minutes, East 85.5 feet, and Unite .
States mlneial monument No. 4 beau,
Voith 27, degrees 15 minutes Wes
,117 feet; thence North 16 degiees 5
:iInutos, East 83 5 fest to litersectip
with line 1-2 Biyan lode uf ilns surve
U "North 80 decrees 17 m'nufes, East
?5 3 feet fom corner No. 2 Bryan lode
iforesaltl, 600' feet to coiner No. 2;
Whence South 49 degrees 52 minutes,
Kafet 1,109 feet to corner No. 3; thence
"South 46 degrees 52 minutes, West COO
; let to corner No. 4 Identic il with enr
ner No. 2 of the Contentment Lode of
this survey; thence North 49 degrees 52
minutes, West 530.78 feet to intersec
tion with line 2-3 of Bryan lode of this
survey at South 18 degrees 33 minutes
East 494 91 feet from lojner No. 2 o
the Bryan lode aforesaid, 1,!09 feet to
oi ner No. 1, the p'are of b cri inlng.
Survey No. 1392. Cal'fornla Lode. Be
Tinning at corner No. 1, being tht
Northwest corner of location and lden
Ical with corner No. 2 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey, a pine po3t
sui rounded by a mound of earth ami
itones, scribed 1-1392 Cal., L.; whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
bears North 31 degrees 24 minutes,
.. f-t &375 feet; tucrn-e " n h 46 rio
Siees 52 minutes. East 00 feet to cornei
o. ir. thence Soi.th 4S fitrfraei 5' rnli
tes, rat 1,109 feet to con-er No.
hence South 46 d g-cs 52 minute
Vrnt 600 feet to corner No, 4; thence
STorth 49 degrees 62 minutes. West 1,109
feet to corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. Survey No. 1392. Contentment Lode.
'Beginning at corner No. 1, being the
.Northwest corner of location, a pine
post surrounded by a mound of earth
ind stones, 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 69.41
feet; and corner No. 3 of the Bryan
Lode of this survey bears-South S6 de
grees 24 minutes 7 seconds, East 297.9?
feet and United States mineral monu
ment No. 4 bears North 26 degrees
0 1-3 minutes, "Vyest 9.S0G.1 feet; thenc
North 4b dprre8 52 minute, Kin1, In
tersecting line 2-3 of the Bryan Lode of
this survey at a point 3.52 feet North.
46 degrees 62 minutes East from the
North end center of this lode, nd North
18 degrees 33 minutes, West 238.62 feet
from corner No. 3 of Bryan, Lode afore
said, 600 feet to corner No, 2; thence
South 43 degrees 27 minutes. Enst 1,134
feet to corner No. 3, identical with cor
ner No. 4 of the Confidence Lode of
this survey; thence South 46 degrees
62 minutes, West 600" feet to corner No.
4; thence North 43 degrees 27 minutes,
West intersecting the line 2-3 of the
Modoc Lode of this survey, at a point
579.3 feet from corner No. 4 of this lode,
and South 12 degrees 20 minutes, Bast
393 feet from corner No. 2 of the Mo
doc Lode aforesaid, and intersecting
line 3-4 of the Bryan Lode .of this sur
vey, at South 43 degrees 27 minutei.
East 82.6 feet from corner No. 1 of this
lode, and North 80 degrees 17 minutes,
East 244.23 feet from corner No. 3 of the
Bryan Lode, aforesaid, 1.131 feet to
corner No. 1, tho place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. Confidence Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location. Identlcii"
with corner No. 2 of the Contcntmen
l.oue or tins survey, a pine post ? iv
rounded by a mound of earth an
."lonee, erlbcd 1-1392 Cc. L.; whence
United States mineral monument No
4 bears North :9 degrees r,6 minutes.
West S.151 fc-et; .thence North 40 du-
grces T2 minutes, EaFt ccn feet to cor
T"r No . thmcc Foxilli tl ilcgwn ?
minutes, East 1,184 feet to corner No. 3,
J thence South 46 decrees 52 minute,
"'West COO feet to .qoiner No. 4; thence
wesi wv reet to .coiner No. 4; thence
North 43 degrees 7 minutes, West 1.131
feet to corner No. 1, the place of be
ginning. Survey No. 1392. Comstock Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, and iden
tical with corner No. 2 of the 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'thls survey, a pine post surrounded
by a mound of earth and stones.
scribed 1-1392 Ck. L.; whence United
States mineral monument No. 4 bears
North 33 degrees 38 minutes. West
9.033 feet; thence North 46 degrees 52
minutes, East 600 feet to corner No. 2;
thence South 43 degrees 27 minutes,
io.st 1,131 feet to corner No. 3, thenu
south 4G degrees 52 minutes, West CO
feet to corner No. 4, thence North 4:
legiees 27 minutes, West 1,134 feet ti
coiner Nor 1, the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392. Bryan Lode. Bt
ginning at corner No. 1, Uing tb
Northwest corner of location, a pin
post surrounded by a mound of stone
scribed 1-1392 B. L.; whence Unite
States mineral monument No. 4 bear
Noth 23 de- recall? minutes West. 7
319.6 feet; thence North 80 degrees 1
minutes, East 300 feet; whence come
No.'l of the Copper Glance Lode of thit
survey bears South 13 degrees 31 min
utes 30 seconds, East 47.2 feet, 374.5 fee
Intersecting line 1-2 of the Coppe
Glance Lode of this survey at Nortl
16 degrees 52 minutes, East 85.5 fee
fiom corner No. 1 of that lode, 600 feet
'o corner No. 2; thence South 18 de
grees 33 minutes, East 494.91 feet to In
m section of line 1-4 of the Cnpp
Glance Lode of this survey at South 49
!3!tfees 2 mlnutC3, East 57S.22 fet
from corner No. 1 of the Copper Glanc
ode aforesaid, 1,061.38 feet to intersec
Ion with line 1-2 of the Contentmer.
Lode o'ft this survey at North 46 de
;rees 62 minutes, East 303,52 feet fnr
"orner No 1 of Contentment Lod'
tforesald, 1,300 feet to corner No. 3 o
this lode; thence South SO degrees 1
Minutes. West 214 23 feet to Interse.
ion with lino 1-4 of Contentment Lol
of this survey at South 43 degiees
nlnutes. East 2.6 feet from corner N
of Contentment Lo'le aforesaid, 6f
i.'eet to corner No 4, identical with co
ner No. 1 of tho. Modoc Lcde of th
survey; th'er.ce North 13 riegiccs 1
minutes, West 1,500 feet to corner Ni
I, the place of beginninj;.
Survey Nj. 1392. Modoc Lode. B'
rinnlii" at c.vner No. 1, being tl
Northwest corner of Iccitijn, and Ide
Hal with coi::er No. i Bvan Lo
'lis rvr":y, i riio pos s ri ni rt I
mour ' nf e rth r. "".ines., h-r '.
1392 M. i : v.'iie? U.iited Fa'
Jneiji1 monument No. 4 tears Noi
degrees 2 minutes, Wert 9,115 f
id corner No. 1 of the Contentrn,.
ode of this survey bears North 6 u
4ees 4S minutes, East 317.5 feet; th'-r"
'lorth SO deqriees 17 irlnute3, East 355
e,ct to intersection of line 1-4 of Co
entment Lode of this survey at Sou
3, degrees 27 minutes. Ear S f
'rom corner No. 1 of the Coniuiitme
Lode aforesaid, GOO fee.t to corner No.
"f'this lode, identical with coiner N
.1 'of the Brjan Lode 'of this surve1
thence So"th 12 degrees 0 mlnutr
ftast 393. feet to point of intersectio
th line 1-4 of the Contentment Lo
f this survey at South 43 Sesiees
Imflcs, Eait 5T.4.7 feet fiom corn
Ho.'l of the Contentment Lode afor
TJd, 1.TC0 feet to corner No 3:then
.outh S degrees 17 minutes, West 6i
feet to corner No. 4, thence North 1
defrees 20 minutes, West 1,500 feet u
corner No. 1, the place of beginning.
TOTAL ART' A nF CTMU.
Total and net area of Copper Glanc f
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of Callforni
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of Contenlmei
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total and net area of Confident
Lode, 15.61 acres.
' Total and net area of Comstoc -Lode,
Total aica Bryan Lode 17.(9 aer
'ess area In ccnIUut wl h Copper Olan
Tjode of this survey. 1.S3 ocr-s, and 1"
rpa In conflict with Contentment Lo
of this survey, .943 acres. Net ai-ea c
Bryan Lode, 14 912 acres.
Total area Modoc Lode 20.64 acr$
less area In conflict with Cpntentmen
Lode of this survey, 1.10 acres N
area of Modoc lode, 19 54 acres
Net area of this lode claim, lll.C
The surveys of all the cbnve
scribed lodes are identical with
within their respective locations. Ti
claim Is located aKput a mile and a n
South of the town of Bisbee, In
said Warren Mining Dis llrt, h.
County of Cochise, and will '"h n '
He land surveys ere "vended '"
section of cotintn, bo '
proximately In To ''" ''
iar)ge 24 1,'nht. l'. i .
Base and Meilllan, A'tljr
The amended loca.b.ns l
and fo'low'.ng dcscri'.cd Jov.' s .
corded as fol'on: Of" t "
Choice in Cook 14, nt p .r,
California, In Book 11 t "
the Contentment. In
53l,tof the Confldmc
pagofi;57; of fie Cm1 ' "
at page 532; of he IV' .
at page 534, and of t1e f
14, at page SO; paid 'c
Records of Mines of i;,3
Cochise County, Arizona Tei
The presumed general co1 o
rectlon of the vein, lode, or
posit of the above des r b '
spectlvely Is shown upon tho '
ed on the claim, as near'y a
tcrmlned from prffin 0c
th e'nlm "Mnr ? rV ' " f
each lode thereof as hereinabove set
forth, respectively, together with the
surface ground shown upon the ol1le
The adjoining claims aro: Co ' 1
tlon, St. Louis and Iliino'F elii-M
Burvcjod), Shattuck. Ke.vliu i
claimants; Buckey O'N 'tt, -,' i
One and Arizona clwliu- (''u m
1393) owned by applicant herein: K
claim (unsurveyed), WnVWoll n
O'Hare claimants; c'alm, nc
known (unsurveyed), Str.n:; V
and Sampson, claimant?: 1
(unsurveyed), Gemehle, "'fl'J ' '
Perrlnp, claimant; Thomn i
surveyed), Demi, V.MlMa. p i . J
non, claimants; on all other u.clls l
cant and unoccupied land.
Any and all persons claiming a;l
verscly the mining giound, vein, Ioie
premises, or any portion thereof so de
scribed, surveyed, platted and applied"
rfi cjre hTrc,"v "rtrlffd tlyct cwVf?
their adverse, claims are duly filed as
according tot law and the regulations
thueundcr within the time prescribed
1 law, with the Register of the United
Ij'iaica Land Office at Tu son, Arizona,
they will be barred by the piovlnlons
oi said statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
Dxle of flist publication, Friday, Uc
' tober 20th, 1399
M. A. No. CSS. Suney No. 1232
United States Land Office, Tucson, Arl;
zona, October 16th, 1899.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Martin Cogtello, whose postofflce ad
dress is Tombstone, .Cochise County,
Arlxona 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 Territory, and de
scribed In the official plat and field
notes on file 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 stones, scribed 1-12S2
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 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 degiees. 1G 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 493 feet to cornei
No. 4, a pine post 4 feet long 4 Inehes
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 I,
degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 20.25 acres.
"Leo Lode Claim. Beginning at eor
isr No. 1, identical with location cor
ner and with corner No. 1 of "Roy'
ode, scribed in addition to marks al
cidy noticed 1-12S2 L, M. C, whence
L'r.itcd States, mineral monument No. 4
eais North 62 decrees 22 minutes East
t,2t'5 feet; thence South 49 degrees 0i
minutes West 1,495 feet to corner No. 2
identical with corner No. 2 "Roy" Lode,
scribed, in addition, 2-1282 L. Ttf. C;
thence North 23 degreeB 50 minutes
West 612 feet to corner No. 3, a pine
post 3 feet long 4 inches square in
mound of rock scribed 3-1282 L. M. C;
thence North 52 degrees 22 minute.'
East 1,470.6 feet to corner No. 4, a pine
post three feet long 4 Inches square In
mound of stone, scribed 4-12S2 L. M. C;
thence South 23 degrees 60 minutes
East 522.5 feet to corner No. 1, the place
( buginnins. V.nlallon at till cornei s
2 degrees 20 minutes East.
Area 1S.60 acres.
Total area of both lode claims, 3S.S5
J In Township 23 South of Range 24
East (unsurveyed), Gila nnd Salt
River Meridian. The locations of thcs
-lines is recorded in the Recordei's of
flee of Cochise County, Arizona, on
nages 575-6-7 ot Book 9, of Records o'
Mines. Adjoining claimants are the
"WoodiChonper." survey No. 1061, an-1
Vortheast. and the "Wagner," survey
No. 11S1, on the- Southeast.
All persons holding adverse claims
thereto are requited to present the
arr.e before this office within sixty
lays from the first day of publication
hereof, or they will be barted by virtue
of the provisions of the statute.
MILTON R. MOORE,
Date of first publication. Ftiday, o
toner zoth, 1899.
NOTICE OF APPIiTCATION FoT
Minina ApplieHtion No. 703. .
Survey No. 1314.
United States Land Office.
Tucton, OctoVerlO. 1S99.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. Tha
in pursuance of the United States Mi.
Ing Laws, M. J. Brophy and E. B. Ma
son, whose postofflce address is Blvic
Cochise County, Arizona, have ma
application for patent for fifteen hut
dred (1,500) linear feet of the L-ibra o
lode mining claim, situated In the W
ren Mining District, Cochise Cout.
Territory of Arizona. "as describe
the official plat herewith posted an.l
the field notes on fi'o In the olllc
the Reglster'of the United States Ua
Office, Gila. Land District, T.c.
Arizona, as follows, to-wit:
Magnetic variation for al co.
12 degrees 25 minutes Earft.
Beginning at corner No. 1. I lent
corner of location which corner b- n
i. 1 r
111 i,M .
Ml M LI teii
One frainp hoiico of twu mon.h, i
Wrm. Vi'i-y loiv ilv to
Ill, I. ' !
vKBe w. ..-
r-f 1 L.1
" ' MiM X
Ohh finiiio house of tiii .,,. .
4-1 0 n
One fiamw lioue nf thftv u;hj ., ,-
OiHiloi'k; JflfM'nr ni.Mitli
wnr lltlfilic Iioil-c, i.i.j iiioii
to . K. Wi'l ..
mm ul mi
I til I
Pirht clftHrt rooms frc-n oO cents per dav upwanl-. Fin-,. ii f.u,.-ii, .
in rrmniD t Im-.A .... il.. .. 4. tie a . . . .
... .vma. uuyi UI.-.UD 111 ..icenn.
twn wniHni,Pcd nj no pav.
ina wash, a witness corner. No. 1 bear
North 3i degieis ."4V mjnu'o-? -.res;, y$
feu. A pine' poet 3 feet .cng, 4 ineh-s
Kl.iTO fewt In a i.iour.d of s.oucs, o.o
f .a giound to bidtrc!c tcrlbed.
1-1-44 W. C. L. M. C. Vi.ence Unite-
ita ea mineral m hdmeht No. I of tl
Wuiren Mining1 Disti let, benn Soutli
degiees 4S minutes East 5,IS.4 ft
fiom true cotir.er p lit; thnca Soatu
54 degiees 26 minutes West, 750 feet to
center, ot East side line, a pine post
feet long, 4 Inches aauajet In mound
of stones 1,5C0 f.et same bearing tl
corner No.-. 2, a pne rost 3 f.Ht lon
4 Inches square set in mound of sions,
10 inches In ground, scribed 2-1344 L.
M. C; thence north 49 degrees 54 min
utes West, S00 feet to South vA ceil
ter a pine post 3 feet high set i:i
mound of Btones, 13 inches In groin,
scribed, L. M. C. 1344. C1.2 foe'., wm .
bearing to corner No. 3, a plo.e post ..
feet long, 4 inches square, set on M
chiseled in bed-rock, surrounded by a
mound of stones, scribed 3-134 :-LiI :
thence North 54 degrees 3 mlrj-jt u .
East, 760 feet to center of V.'cs,t s!:-
line, a pine post In mound o? s o.icv
1,500 feet same bearing to ener Ni
4, Identical with a comer of lcit'
a pine post 3 feet Io'ig, 4 Inches squiv
set 18 Inches in ground, surro.mdcd'b.ir 1
mound of stones, bribed 4-1344-L. M.
C.; thence South 49 degrees 64 minutr's
East 301.2 feet to center end monumen .
Identical with loca Ion monu-nent;
pine post 3 feet long, 4 inches squ .,
set on X chiseled on a reef of roc .
Burroundcd by a mound of stoi
scribed L. M C. 1344; C91.7 feet.am
bearing to witness corner No. 1. already
described; 601.2 feet to corner' No. 1
(the true corner) the place t begin
ning. Area of claim, 20.039 acres, j
The said mining claim being of reco t
In the office of the Recorder of Cosh's?
County in Book' 14, Record of Mlnr
pages 22 and 23, at Tombstone, In lb'
County and Territory aforesaid, th
presumed general course or direction of
the said Labrador vein, lode or min
eral deposit being shown upon the pat
posted herewith, as near as can be de
termined from present developments
this claim being for fifteen hundr d
(1,500) linear feet thereof, together wit'j
the surface ground Bhown upon th
official plat posted herewith, the said
vein, lode and mining premises hereVy
sought to be patented, being boundHl
as follows, to-wit: There are no ad
Any and all persons c'almlng ad
versely any portion of said mine or
surface ground are required to file
their adverse claims with the Register
of the United States Land Office at
Tucson, Pima County, In the Territory
of Arizona, during '.he sixty da.-s
period of publication thereof, cr th".
will be barred by virtue of the provis
ions of the statute.
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MIHIHG AND SCIERnFIG PEE53,
'. 120 Markct St., Sn Frcisco, Cl
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vised for the family,
but is distinguished
for its beauty as an
artistic piece of fur
niture THE BEST IRVESTHEIIT ON EA1TI,
earning more in proportion to
cost than any other purchase
THREE DIFFERENT KINDS;
ither lock-stitch or chain-stitch.
- ' BUILT LIKE A WATCH,
at the largest and best-equipped
factory in the worlci, where
every machine is carefully tested
on practical stitching.
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