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M. A. 6M, Survey N. 132.
United States Land Ofllce, Tucon ,ArI-
sona, October 17th, 189.
NOTICK IS HEKEBY GIVEN, Tht
In pursuance of Chapter 'Six of Title
Thirty-two of tha Revised. Statute
the United States, the South Blsbee
Copper Mining and Townslte Improve
ment Company, a Corpoiatlon, whosr
Post Office address la Blsbee, Arlsona,
by Lynn Helm, Hb authorised agent,
whose postofllce address Is Los An
ffeles, California, claiming the follow
ing lode mining locations, to-wlt: 1,109
feet of the Copper Glance Lode, cover
ing 000 feetvlforth, 49 degrees 52 min
utes West from the discovery shaft,
and 109 feet South, 41 degrees 52 min
utes East, therefrom, with surface
ground 600 feet In width; 1,109 feet of
"he California Lode, covering 210 feet
North, 50 degrees West from the dls
yvery shaft, and 89S feet South, 50 de
crees East therefrom, with surface
ground 600 feet In width; 1,134 feet of
the Contentment Lode, covering 900
feet North, 43 degrees 27 minutes West
from the discovery shaft, and 234 feet
South, 43 degrees 27 minutes East
therefrom, with surface ground 00 feet
in width; 1,134 feet of the Ctnfldsncs
Lode, covering 910 feet North, At de
iece & inlmitps West ficin '.lie "t3-i-o-.ery
shaft and 224 feet S.iutn, 41 de
i;rees 25 minutes East therefrom, with
surfniV ground 600 fet In width; 1,134
fee. of hr Comfitoek Lu.le. covering 91S
feet North, 43 degrees 25 minutes West
from the dlffovery shaft and 219 feet
South. 43 degrees 25 minutes East
therefrom, with surface ground M feet
in width; 1,300 feet of the Bryan r.oue,
covering 1,040 feet North, 18 decrees
33 minutes West from the discovery
.shaft, and 260 feet South, 18 Aegrees tl
minutes East tnererrom, wun u
ground 800 feet in width;and 1,690 feet
of the Modo'c L'ode,' covering 1,140 fett
South, 12 degrees 20 minutes East from
the di6cove'ry shaft and 360 feet North,
12 degrees 20 minutes West therefrom,
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 patent for the ald
mining claim, which Is more' fully de
scribed as to metes and bounds by tbs
Official Plat posted on the claim, and
by the Field Notes f survey thereof,
on- file in the ofllce of the United States
Land Office at Tucson, Arlwma, which
Field Notes of survey describe the
boundaries and extent of said claim or.
the surface with magnatic variation at
11 degrees 46 minutes East as fellow,
Survey No. 1MJ. Copper. Glance
Lode. Beginning at corner No. 1, being
the Northwest corner of location, a
pine post surrounded by a mound of
stones, scribed 1-1S92 C. G. L., whence
the North end c?ntcr of the Bryan Lode
of this survey bears North 18 degrees
CI minutes 0 seconds, West 47.2 feet
and the point of intcreection of the
North end line of this lode and the
North end line of the Bryan Lode of
this survey bears North 46 degrees 52
minutes, East 85.5 feet, and United
States mineral monument No. 4 bears
North 27 degrees 15 minutes West
117 f.-et' fierce Vorth 48 decrees 52
i,.,nu:e-c, r.t 8' ' lcc-t o Intersection
:- ' ;ir i . '" '"'l ' 'e if thiu srrev
at Nr.nh SO tttgiees 17 mlnuien, ':..
::6 5 feet from corner N'o. S Brytin ml
aforesaid, 20 ,ttct to corner No. 8;
thence South 49 degrees B2 minutes,
fast 1.1C9 feet to corner No. S; thence
Fouth 46 decrem t,Z minutes, West -M
fft to corner No. 4 identical with cor
ner "o. 2..cf t)-.i Contentment Lode of
t::i survey; thence North 49 degrees 62
miniites. '"W-;t rC0.TS feet to intersec
tion v.iih V.: c f C of Bryan lode of this
i-imey f.f ''o-.i'li 13 degrees 38 minutes,
.'"as? 1S4.81 f. fi-oin corner No. 2 of
the Bryan c.c iorssaid, 1,109 feet to
corner id! '. '.'.-.- p'nee of bfginnlng.
Purvey ). 1392. California -Lode. Bc
t.inning'at c:nsr No. 1, being the
Northwest corner or location Knrt iden
tical with corner No. '2 of the Copp-jr
Glance Lo'e of 11:1s survey, a pine post
surrounded by a. mound of earth and
stones, scribed 1-1392 Cal., L.; whencr
Unlted'Statrs mineral monument No.
bears North 31 degrees 24 minutes,
West 8,075 feet; thence North 46 de
grees 52 minutes, East 600 feet to corner
No. 2; thence South 49 degrees 52 min
ute tfant MM feet to corner No. S;
thence fjputh 46 degrees 52 minutes,
West 600 feet to' corner No. 4; -thence
North 49 degrees 82 minutes, West 1.109
fret to corner No. 1, the place of bo
ginning. Eurvey No. 1W2. Contentment Lode,
Beginning at corner No. 1. being the
Northwffnt corner of location, a pine
post surrounded by a mound of earth
and stones, scribed 1-1392 Ct. L.;
whence Northeast center of tne Modoc
Lode of thla survey bears South 1 de
cree 47 minutes 47 seconds, East 9.41
feet: nd corner No. 3 of the Br?a
T.oc'e of this survey be.ira So:it 8 de
crees 24 rlnutrs 7 seconds, East 57.S
feet-and United States mineral monu
ment No. 4 bears North degrees
5 1 nili'i'n West5.-Ml feet; thenci
;.,i'h (? .-i-r'-a f2 p tnute, Ens' in
e-eerM:iT t-S 2-, of the Hrvn Id'"1'
, j.. j)Lt J ' f ' .lorth
tC denif-i 2 minut's Lnt from the
N.)frJ: on- f :tflr of thM tod-, '-nd M-.rili
tii tfTr -,; nlnute-'. W-- rr.S 62 'et
-;,,,., ,r .; No. 3 of Hrvan Lode .nforo
'M ( fet to corner No. 2; th'-ne"
; .i:-,hS -Vre-s 37 rx ,n-'.f. V,?n' 1 !J(
f.'i" corner No. 3. ldentlcnl lth cor
,nr '"'. i of -the Confidence Lode of
s'.ii r.-i-rr: thenc Foulh degrees
i f tu(i. West '' feet to corner No.
'. liOT.n? North 4J Vreso 27 minutes
v,t .Intersecting 'e line. 2-3. of t'1
Modoc T.orte of tl. imrvsy, e-t a P!"t
rc S feet from eornr N-. 4 of thl 'ode,
. n.- f'outh It Oexr're 30 minutes Stet
'vr. fet fiom corner No. o the Wn-
! -'(I.; i.o.'.e aroresaid, and mier,i..im
I '(r j. 4 of thJ Bryan Lode of '" ur'
! v r ;. t South 4J dcurces 17 minutes.
! - ,- V C- f.'-t fro"i corner No. 1 of Ms
; ;.. And Norih ; dr-t'M 17 mliateo.
' : . M4 7X fol fn'in rorr.er No. ? ' H1
. - T..ode. afve..;,1 1 ;J f-et t0
j . ,"fr No. 1, t-r. '.'', nf b-?!:ln-l-
: v-ii-vey No. 1S.'. Co'ifl'leitCP T.de- fi
"lng at corn-- T . 1. hlnar tK
:-'5M"fst rorn-r of loeaMon k!ntlc?i!
1; corner Va. '! f th Cnn'rfclti'ri'
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y -.v.r Nmi c dp,rre laluutpn.
Wcit 9,181 fiet; thar North l
yre 58 mlnutr. East fl9 feet t.er-
1 .. y
minutes, East 1,184 feat to erner No. 3,
thence South 46 degrees (2 minutes,
Went 60? feet to corner .N-' 4; thence
'North iS degrees 27 mlnMtej, ( West 1,184
feet to corner N. 1, the ylaoe ef be
ginning. Survey No. 1392. Comstock Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, end Idea
tlcal with corner No. 2 of the Confi
dence Lode of this survey, and corner
No. 4 of the California Lode and cor
ner No. S cf the Copper Glance Lode
of this survey, a pine post surrounded
by a mound of earth and stones,
scribed 1-1392 Ck. L.; whence United
States mineral monument No. 4 bear
North 33 degrees 884 minutes. West
9,028 feet; thence North 48 degrees 52
minutes, East 600 feet to corner No. 2;
'hence South 43 degrees 27 mlnutos,
Kast 1,134 feet to corner No. 3, thence
South 46 degrees 58 minutes, West COO
feet to corner No. 4, thence North 43
degrees 27 minutes. West 1,13-1 feet to
orner No. 1, the place of beginning.
Survey No. 1392, Bryan Lode. Be
ginning at corner No. 1, Iv'ng the
Northwest corner of location, a pine
post surrounded by a mound of .stones
scribed 1-1392 B. L.; wherice'-'Unlted
States mineral monument Ne. 4 boars
North 23 decrees 47 minufps West. 7,
819.6 feet; thence North 89 degrees 17
minutes, East 800 feet; whence corner
No. 1 of the Copper Glance Lode of this
survey learn Pouth 13 degree 31 min
utes SO seconds, East 47.2 feet, 271.5 feet
Intersecting line 1-2 of the Copper
Glance Lode of this survey at North
46 degrees nZ minuUS, Kas't 85.5 feet
from corner No. 1 Of that lode, COO feet
to corner No. 2; thence South IS de
grees $3 minutes. East 494.91 foet to in
tersection of line 1-4 of the Copper
Glance Lode of th's survey at South 49
degrees 52 minutes, East 678.22 feet
from corner No. 1 of the Copper Glance
Lode aforesaid, 1,061.38 feet to Intersec
tion with line 1-2 of the Contentment
Lode of this survey at North 46 de
grees 52 minutes, East 303.12 feet from
corner No. 1 of Contentment Lode
aforesaid, 1,800 feet to corner No. 3 of
this lode; thence South 80 degrees 17
minutes, West .244.23 feet to intersec
tion with line 1-4 of Contentment Lode
of this Burvey at South 43 degrees 27
minutes, East 82.6 feel from corner No.
1 of Contentment Lode aforesaid, 600
feet' to corner No. 4, Identical with cor
ner No. 1 of the Modoc Lode of this
survey; thence North 18 degrees 83
minutes, West 1,500 feet to corner No.
1, the place of beginning.
.Survey No. 1398. Modoc Lode. B
Orlrinlng at corner No. 1, being the
Northwest corner of location, and iden
tical with corner No. 4 Bryan Lode of
his survey, a pine post surrounded by
1 mound of earth and stones, scribed
1-1192 M. L.; whence United States
iilneral monument No. 4 bears North
3 degrees J minutes, West 9,115 feet
ind corner No. 1 of the Contentment
Lode of this survey bears North 67 de
rrees 43 minutes. East 317.5 feet; thenc.
North 80 degrees 17 minutes, East 355.77
eat to intersection of line 1-4 of Con
tentment Lode of this survey at South
43 degrees 27 minutes, East 82.6 feet
from corner No. 1 of the Contentment
Lode aforesaid, 00 feet to eorner No. 2
of this lode, Identical with corner No.
3 of the Bryan Lode of this survey,
thence South It degrees 20 minutes,
East 393 feet to point of intersection
with "line 1-4 of the Contentment Lode
of this survey at South 43 degree 27
i.!:i..tes. East 664.7 feet fiom corner
So 1 r-f the "oatentment Lode e.fore
iitd. i,:.60 fert o corner No. i; thence
South SO decrees 17 mir.its, West 00
fert to comer No. 4. thence Nor'.li ii
defrees SO minutes. West 1,500 feet to
corner No. 1, tie placs of beginning.
TOTAL AKEA OF CLAIM.
Total and net area of Copper Glance
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of California
Lode, 15.17 acres.
Total and net area of Contentment
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total and net area of Confldenc-e
Lode, 15.61 acres.
Total and net area of ComstocJc
T.ode, 15.61 acres.
Total area Bryan Lode 17.69 acres,
ers area In conflict wi'h Copper Glance
Lode of this survey. 1.88-ceres, and less
ire a in conflict with Contentment Lode
of thli survey, .94S acres. Net area of
'ryan Lode, 14.912 acres.
Total area Modoc Lode 20.64 acres
Jess area in conflict with Contentment
,.o.'e of th's survey, "1.10 acres Net
.-.re a of Modoc lode, IS. 54 acres.
Net ereft of this lode claim, 111.622
.The surveys of all the above de-
.ri'-ed lodes are Identical with, or
v.ithm their respective locations. Thla
'aim is located about a mile and a half
'onth of the town of Btsbea, In the
ald Watren Minln District, snld
Jounty of Cochise, and will, when pub
ic land surveys are extended over this
taction o'r country, be embraced ap
proximately lu Township 23 South,
ritr 24 East. Gila and Salt River
Bsjre and Meridian. Arizona.
TS- amended locations of the above
,ind following described lodes are re
corditii as follows: Of the Copper
j GJItfnce in BooJt 14, at pajre 530; of the
rali',r-:a, In Book 14. at p-g" RC'V of
'he '.'ontcntmprit, In Book 11 :U p.
5.31; of th Confidence, tn rcik 11. a
paae f.57: of tl o Con-.stock. In Book 14
at row '""U. "t 'he Bryan. In BooV I4,
nt page 534, and of the Modoc in Bonk
14, at pane 65G, I'flld book King of th
Becords of Ml-" of the He-ordi -
Cochise County. rltona Territory
The presumed rjr.ir:il couise o ''
rectlon.of the vein, lode, or mineral d
porlt of the above described "lodes re
spectively Is shawn upon the plat pos'
cd on the claim, as nearly as ean be de
termlned from present developmcn'
'this clJilm being for the HncAr feet of
each lode thereof as hereinabove sn
forth, respectively, together with 0"
surface around shown upon the efflcl"
The adjoining rllrs are: Co-,iV.I:st
tloa, t. LouU and IMmoI claim (in
surveyed. ShAttvelc. Keatlnt. "'. ;
c'f.lmiint; Thicker O'Neill. I:aee:i--.o
One end Arizona claims (Survey No
.:!) owned by -.;!tcnt hoiTlnj Kr
t lm (l-uurod), .W.idioll "i
O'lUre c.ln an'v c'w!m. r.niw un
known (unurvi-ycd), Str-mi Marhl." !
i-.i-' Snmpufin. claimants; 2.. '.it elai'i
j ;c!ire-f '!). Cic-piel1', Wart 'i'l! V-
I K!irv-.-pJV r.m 'I'IU.mi up 1 lis.
, p'4. .'fclr.iunt; h ! o'r ''5i "
j ei il uaoreurleA ln.
I A Hid All r?-:1)i I'.iiy "j a-
1 N&r'-iy. ti a.-.!nint ifii-jnd v:u, 'v-J
i,iinUni5. or nay jnrtlox thei-.. no df--
. rwrttd. surveyeJI, vlat'tud ar,.i ?M!ad
. m lVApr "eML tfa iAu
their avws9v claims are duly filed as
.according te law and the regulations
mereunaer wum w$ tirae-'.prescriDea
by lawwith thegister jthe JJnlted
State Land O'fflca at Tucson, 'Ariioha,
they will be barred by tho provisions
f said statute.
MILTOI R. KtOORE,
Date of first publtoattes, Friday, Oc
tebar 2ltk, 1891. .
NOTICH OP APPLICATION FOR
M. A. Ne. 698, Survey Ne. 1282.
United States Land Office, Tuoson, Ari-
aona, October 16th, 1899.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That
Martin Costello, whose postofflce ad
dress is Tombstone, Cochise County,
Arizona Territory, has made ap'pllca
tioa for a patent for 1,495 linear feet of
the "Roy" and 1,495 linear feet of the
"Lee" mining claims, bearlngr copper
and other minerals, ftujtteyvln, the
"Warren" Mining 'Dtttrlct.'Cochise
County, Arizona Terrltory'-tond de
scribed in the official piat and field
notes on file la this afflce, 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 1-1282
R. M. C , whi-nee '.'nitcd Status min
eral monument No. 4 of "Warren"
Mining District beiire NoUh 6? degrees
22 minutes East 4 --5 fept. thence South
49 degrees ol' n,r.utcs West 1,445 feel
to corner No. 2. a y'.n post 4 feet long
4 Inches gqunre in mound of stones,
scribed 2-12S2 R M. C; thence South
47 degrees 16 minutes East 593.5 feet to
corner No. 8, identical with location
corner, a pine post 4 feet long 4 inches
square in mound of stones, scribed
?-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 atones, scribed
4-1282 R. M. C; thence North 47 de
grees 16 minutes 5SS.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 ef "Roy"
lode, scribed in addition to marks al
ready noticed 1-1282 L. M. C, whence
United States mineral monument No. 4
bears North 6t degrees 22 minutes East
4,226 feet; thence South 49 degrees 01
minutes West 1,495 feet to corner No. 2,
Identical with corner No. 2 "Roy" Lode,
scribed, in addition, 2-1282 L. M. C;
thence North 23 degrees 59 minutes
West 612 feet to corner No.. 3, a. pine
post 8 feet long 4 Inches square in
mound of rock scribed 3-12S2 L. M. C;
thenc North 62 degrees 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 4-1282 L. M. C;
thence South 23 degrees 50 minutes
East 522.5 feet to corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Variation at all coraers,
12 degrees 26 minutes East.
Area 18.60 acres.
Total area of both lode olaiais, 38.85
In Township 28 South of Range 24
East (unsurveyed), Gila and- Salt
River Meridian. The locations-of .these
mines is recorded In the Recorder's of
fice of Cochise Counfy, Arizona, on
yages 57S-6-.7 ot Book 9, of Records of
! Mines. Adjoining claimants are the
"Wood Chopper," survey No. 1961, ani
"Tip Top,'' survey No. 1067. on the
'.Northeast, and the "Wagner," survey
No. 1121. on the Southeast.
All persons holding adverse etalms
thereto are required to present the
same before this office within sixty
days from the firet 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 2rth, 1899.
NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
Mininu Application Vo. 703 jl
Survey No. 1344.
United States Land Office.
. . Tucrox, Odolerlfl. lSf'9.
NOTICE IS HEREBY' GIVEN. That
In pursuance of tho United States Min
ing Laws, M. J. Brophy and E. B. Ma
con, whose postofflce address is Blsbee,
Cochise County, Arizona, have made
application for patent for fifteen hun
dred (1.600) 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
th field notes on fl'e in the office of
the Register or the United State-J Land
orflce, Gila Land District, Tucson,
Arizona, as follows, to-wit:
Magnetic variation for a'l corners
13 desroes 25 minutes Ejet.
Beginning rt corner No. 1, tdcnt'.ca!
eorner of locMon which corner being
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in v!i, R witness earner Ne. 1 bear
N degrees (4 minutes) west, S
fi . pine, post S feet lens. I lnekaa
r ' - ot in a mound ef stsnes, oa
f reund t bed-roel! scribed
1 V C. L.M. C. whelioe UalteT :
t -.' nlneral monument No. 1 of tk
1 " MJnhn Dlstric.baw Bouta
C-, -., 3 minutes last I,9t7.e tm
tt coruer point; tfcence aVutl
(4 : minutes-' Wt, 7M feet to
et., .- .. East side line, a pic poet
fe' u jUnckes square set In raeunel
ef - LSM feet same bearing t
oo'r-. . 2, a pine post 8 feet lona
4" Id . ,uare set in mound of stoma
10 1 in ground, ssrlbed 2-1844 L,
M. C nee north 49 degrees 64 min
utes ., 809 feet to South and cen
ter c post 8 feet high, set 1st
moui:- stones, 18- lnohes In ground,
scrlbr M. C. 1344. 101.8 'feet, same
bearii corner Ne. 8, a pine post e
feet lr t . . 4 lnchee square, set on X
chiselt ; bed-rock, surrounded by
mound -stones, scribed 8-1844-LMC;
thence .v.rtb 54 degree 2S minute
East, ' .'eat t center of WeBt side
line, a 1 a post In mound ef stones;
1,50 fee mt bearing to corner Na.
4, identk I with a corner of location,
a pine pct I feet long, 4 lnehas square,
sot 18 Incbss In ground, surrounded bf
mound of stoaes, scribed 4-1344-L. M.
C; thence South-49 degrees 64 minute
East 301.8 feet to center end monumait,
identical with location monument;
pine post 3 feet long, 4 Inches square
set on X ahlseieii .v e-. rc,ji,
nurroundej by c enon'! ; -j.
scribed L. M C i'.i . " . -' -
bear'ng te witness c -n-r n. 1. nrvulf
described; Ml t fs-- to corner . 1
(ths tre oornori th Iium f Uegta
Are. of claim, ti.Kt acres.
The aatd mining claim being ef roer9
in the office of tho Recorder ef Cochise
County In Book 14, Record ef Mine,
pages 28 and 83, at Tombstone, la tka
County and Territory aforesaid, tk
presumed general course or direction ef
the said Labrador vela, lode or min
eral deposit being shown upon the pint
posted herewith, as near as can be de
termined from present envelopment,
this claim being for fifteen kundre4
(1,500) linear feet thereof, together with
the surface ground shown upon th
official plat posted herewith, the sale
vein, lode and mining premises hereby
ought to be patented, being bounded
as follows, to-wlt: There are ne ad
Any and all persons claiming ,e
Tersely any portion of said mine t
surface ground are required to ttl
their adverse claims with the Register
of the United States Land Ofllce
Tucson, Pima County, in the Territory
ef Arlsona, durlnsr the alxty day
cerloe ot publleatlon thereof, or theey
viU he fcarre by vlrtua the rvs
teaa-al Uka statute. ' "
First Publication, Ostobr M, lSSf .
ie not only the most
useful thing ever de
vised for the family,
but is distinguished
for ita beauty ae a
artistic piece of fur
earning more to proportlin
eoat than any other purcbjSJe
THEE D1FTEBEIT IIK
cither lock-etitch or cri4itc
BQILT LIU A I AT,
at th largest and best-equlppei
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every machine m eareAilly tetteA
n practical stitching. '
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