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k- IBrT BDNDATt BY
THE BISIEE NEWS COMPANY.
littered t the pott office Iat BUbee, as seo-
ond class, matter Mar 12. 1897.
AdrertUlnr rates'wltl re' mads known on
application to thl office.' Legal publications
keoforraity with tho Territorial Statutes.
Kaadlas Notices JO cents per line tor each lu
Ktloa. , ;
''loADTiutttBBs: Cuts intended for Inser
Moa la these columns must be on metal bases
W they will not be accepted. ''
Communications relating to news or edi
torial matter should be addressed to Editor
COCHIbK Kktikw. . . , . I i.
THURSDAY. MAY 17, 190o
v, , QIRMNES.
' Tho mining industry of Arizona
should receivo a Yhore geiici'al and
Heartier recognltloil at tho hdnds of the'
gfcnftrai public than has been accorded
It iVthe" nast. Tho howsnatiora of the
territory nave'kept Ihe industry well
before tho general .public; and to them
is due the present prosperity that
marks mining in tho several counties
pf Arizona. This has been done with
little or no compensation and a very
faint hope of rowa'rtL Thoso who,hdve
benefited 'through tho exertion of the
pVess havo fallpd tp realize, from whenco
ihelr'prosperity came. Ilowoyer that
my be tho several papers of tho ter
Vltory hidftp worked unceasingly that
IheVrue'.'nalJritof.'oW Jiiines might bo
toado 'known to'ciipital seeking a legiti
mate Stld, with 'th"e result that today
tho'm'lning'wo'rld is directed, .hithor and
Arizona' is r&gaiiiled as tlio most prom
'iMcri'M'for mintn'g operations on tho
Jcoritihe'ht.'; And tho industry is yot in
its infancy! ; ''": (
fc,lt'shallibo.tho pVrposo of the CocinsE
oWMEW'tp continuo tho work inaugur-
Kted by older journals, iurnishirig fr6m
time to' tlm'o 'authentic' local mining
-Jnews' riot neglecting "to" givo ilterrl
Wlal resume and general mining notes
thatnilfy prove beneficial to thoso who
,dolvocuhHerh'eath 'the" ground. We
'Taopo t9rj)cei'vo'th'6'heai'ty cooperation
bf 'th'eV public in our ond'eavor'to fur-
nlsh roll'auTo data ih regard to our chief
sJndu8try; 'our remuneration will tebmo
'' nnitt.rinrn ArfVnnnA'iitaifi'rPM'.'r'S.1 whnn1
'Cdctilse county shrfll have' in operation
,Manyvinines liko tho Copper Queen,.
Pearcd'arid a half dozen or so other
Amiri&setpJaHy 'promising if capital
, . could bo induced, to investigate.
( . ' "'-;' " ; r
fS J. D. Rockefeller's incomo from
l' 'Standard'CUbtocks since January 5 of
..Ax. the present year has'been $24,QQp,000.
. 'ThE postage on the mail raatteV 'car-
Vied liy the government now amounts
.. I'iCi .. .
to more man siuauuu.uuu a vear.
Z1 TQEgovcrnment oi Liberia has df-
frred,'tOr"lease ono'of its harbors to the
,PUnlt'ed'Saefffor a coaling station, and
the proposition is liable to bo accepted.
&v "Bhteisn expenditures are' running
$7,000,000 'it "Vcek beyond revenue.
' f UncloSain is settling up- his war ac-
tcountlahd last mohth ran $4,000,000 a
week ahead of expenses. C3
f A 'scientific statistical work just
; publfshedj fixes tho population of Eu
' );ppo "dt "iSl millions, an increase of 70
( millions sinco 1870, or an annual in
crease of about three millions.
A TIDAL wave of prosperity has
struck Colorado. The rainfall for tho
' nonth of April, just past, exceeded the
i'entiro precipitation during tho year
i" 1899. Arizona has been blessed in a
Bisbee is tho mining center of tho
southwest. Capitalists first come to this
copper camp years ago and then
'branched out to Sonora and our border
counties, keeping well within tho Co
chleae line. Bisbee today shines on the
map as ono of tho greatest producing
.metal camps of the present era.
At the close of tho last fiscal year
" there wero 2,617 railway mail routes, of
a total longth of 17(5,736.95 miles, over
which the mall cars traveled that year,
" 287,591,209.21 miles. Tho,governmcnt
ipaid for tho railway postofllco cars,
"$4,175,724.80, and for tho transportation
of tho mails, $31,942,150.88, pv a total to
r tho railroads of $38,117,875.73, which,
' - twas an average of 12 cents per milofor
transportation and postal cars com
bined, or 1 cents per milo for tho cars
Aluebt D. Shaw, commander-in-chief
of tho Grand Army of tho Re
public, has issued his Memorial Day
general orders. Ho calls special at
' tedtion to tho necessity of tho organ
ization at lurgo assisting tho comrades
of the southern department in tho work
of Memorial Day in thoir several lo
calities. Upon them devolves Iho sol
emn duty of paying proper trlbuto to
tho soldier dead of tho nation who aro
buried in tho various national ceme
teries throughout tho south. Tho
membership of tho southo n depart
ment, tho commander-in-chief says, is
not large, but tho ' comracics aro do
voted and enthusiastic' and will sco to
It that every grave of a umou soldier
or Hailor receives on Memorl tl Day its
trlbuto of flags and flowers. Flags
must bo furnished and llminciai help
given, and department conwnanders aro
requested to direct attention to tho
matter by urging prompt and liboral
Benson, - - Arizona
Shine's Lunch Counter,
(RIGHT AT DEPOT)
Everybody Knows Shine
Give Him a Call :-: :-:
B. MAIER & CO.,
- DEALERS IN
Wholesale and Retail.
When in Bonson Give us a Call. Good
Goods and Low Prices.
Right Across From Depot.
WINES, .. v
LIQUORS, .. -BEER
BENSON, - -..- ARIZONA. ,
A. J. COLXJNS, - Proprietor.
Wm. OHNESORGEN, - - Prop.
. BENSON, ' - ,- - ARIZONA.'
Opposito Southern Pacific Station.
Beer and Cigars,
Constantly on Hand.
Tho Only American
Hotel in "Benson
Rooms on Ground Floor
for Families Especially.
S. fMEDMAN, - - Proprietor.
BENSON, - - ARIZONA.
J. E. Brown & Co., Props,
Full Assortment of
AND FINE CIGARS
Main Street, opp. Caii Can
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals at All Hours . . .
L. Carrctto & Co., Propietorrs.
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
OTTQ QEISENHOFER, Prop.
Kitclieif . . .
Open Day and Night
Short Orders a Specialty
Meals served to families
Whitehead & Marched, Proprietors.
Pies. Doughnuts, Cakes, eto.
French Restaurant Meals Served In
Thos. Pinelli Naco, Arizona
O. K. St., Bisbee.
Agent for California Star Winery
The Only Cure.
Eczema is more than a skin disease,
and no skin remedies can cure it. The
doctors aro unablo to effect a cure, and
their mineral mixtures are damaging
to the most powerful constitution. The
wholo trouble is in tho blood, and
Swift's Specific is tho only remedy
which can reach.such deep-seated blood
Kcrema trolte out on my daughter, nnd con
tinued to spread until
her head was entirely
covered. She was treated
by several good doctors,
but grow worse., and the
dreadful dlseaso spread
to her lace, sue was -,iV. -.
taken to two celebrated
health Springs, but re-
otvr! Tin bp.neflt. M lin v JSiPrr'i
patent medicines wero taken, but without re
sult, until we decided to try S. S. S., and by the
time the first bottle was finished, her head be
gan to heal. A dozen bottles cured her com
pletely and left her skin perfectly smooth. She
Is now sixteen years old, and has a magnificent
growth of hair. Not a sign of tho dreadful
disease has ever returned.
H. T. Shore.
2704 Lucas Ave., St. Louis, Mo.
Don't expect local applications of
soaps and salves to cure Eczema. They
reach only the surface, while tho di
sease comes from within. Swift's
c c Cfor
is the only cure and will reach tho most
obstinate case. It is far ahead of all
similar remedies, because it cures cases
which 'are beyond their reach. S. S. S. is
purely vegetable, and is the only blood
remedy guaranteed to contain no pot
ash, mercury or other mineral
Books mailed freo by Swift Speciflo
Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
CUSTOM HOUSE BROKER
La riorita, Sonora, flexico
r f irjraz-tJT .4
B. F. Graham & Co
0. K. Livery and Sale Stable
25 Are Closing Out
Consisting of Furniture, Carpets, Linoleum,
Rugs, Granite and Tinware, Lamps and
China Crockery Ware, at
Astonishingly Low Prices!
Call and be convinced.
Corner O. K. Street and Railroad Avenue, . - Bisbee, Arizona.
WARREN LAUNDRY CO,
Cfr ) Wallace
St. LOUIS oBOK1 HalL
Bf,4nK"'J - '',J"
Agent for Aijheuiser Brewing Association,
Wholesale and Retail. -
Santa Fe Route
jJEjJiAttlnBsIaN CT" OH? oifeolJLraJ mLm macbmt2ar
To all Northern or Eastern points. Close com
nections made at Kansas City and Chicago with all
the Northern and Eastern line;?.
COACHES, TOURIST CURS
All meals notaorved in Dining Cars aro taken at the popular Hanta
Foltoute Harvey Eating Housca. Full information cheorfully furniHlipd
upon application to
F. B. HOUGHTON, or W. It. BHOWN,
Genl AKt El Paao. Tax. T. P. & V. A.. El Paso, Tex
GEO. C. CLARK, K. M. C. W. MITC'IIIM,
Examinations and imports made on
minme properties. Dt'sins furnished
for all kinds of mining and miuinn
Assays made in Dupli
cate, 60 cents a metal.
Qualitative and quantitative analyses
mnde of any mineral substances.
Surveys ofr Patents In
AriZi na and Mexico.
The Jersey Dairy
A. W. STRUHM, Prop.
Pure, Fresh Milk delivered to nil parts of
tho city every evening. Puro Cream 1 large
or small quantities. The only dairy in 13 ib
beo having: blooded cows. Satisfaction iruar
nntp(l. Leave orders at tho Strumm Hoard
Day, Week or Month.
NOBTH OF MASON 10 1EMPLE.
Cut Roses of all kindsfor sale
at 35cent8 per dozen.,. Special
rates given to festivals and
parties. Particular attention
given to shippingrders. Flow
ers carefully packed.
rr?S . .T O. TVTTTCnRAT?
Capitol Addition. Phoenix .Arizona.
Four store buildings on O K strept,
formerly the, property of Nick Metz;
must bo sold at once. Apply to
S. K. Williams, J. P.
- L --'" -'-''-''
L. C. SHATTUCK, Prop.
AND PULLMAN SLEEPIHG CARS
Articles of Incorporation
BiSBEE NKWS COMPASV.
Know ull men by theso presents t lint p.
Sponcer W. Clavon, Clmr cs U. war nor.
John A. Campbell. Joseph !'. CliUliolm, btm
K. WllllantH nu J O. A me Hock, icldeiits
und citizens t tho Territory of Arizonu,
hao this iluy volimttuih nskoeintotl otir
boKos toKOthor for tho purposo of forming a
corporation unilcr f ho laws Of tholerritory
of Arizoiiu, ntnl wo hereby uuknowleilae una
adopt tho following iiitlcleb of incorpora
tion: A1ITICLE I.
Tho nnnio of this corporation shall bo The
llisbee News Company, mid Its principal
gluco ot trunsuutlntr inuiiiess shall bo in
idbec, Cochibe county, Ai Izonn torritoi .
The general nature of tho lUMiies pro-
Iioscd to bo srauaucted by tho said compuny
s to print, edit, publish und issue newspa
pers of uny and every kind, nature nnd de
scription, ,und to transact and conduct u
general ueWspapor ni.d udvertlsiu business
and each und uery uricty of business con
nected with a eonerul news distributing und
Tho amount of the cnnital stock of this
company shall be divided into slaty shines
at the par a ue of ono hundred dolluis
ea h, twelvo of which shares shall bo paid
in now, nnd the remainder of the stock shall
be held for issuance and remain so until
othorwico directed by u vote of ihe mujoi
ity of tho stockholders or tho Hoard ot lI-rectors.
The time of tho commencement of this
oorporution shall bo the date of tho filing of
theo articles of incorporation in tho Ito
corders oilico of Cochise county. Arizona,
and tho term thereof shall bo ii years there
'Hio aifalrs oJ this corporation s"hull bo
conducted by a Hoard of Directors consist
ing of livo 'members, who shall bo stockhold
ers of tho corporation, and the Guid Board
of Directors shall lect from their ow u nam
bor tho follow ing otliccrs:
A Frosideut, Vico President, Secretary nnd
Troasuror, und a general business miuiuger,
Tho other ollicors aud cmplojecsof tho cor
poration shall be elected or appointed from
time to time as the Board of Directors may .see
fit, or it may be provided for In tho by-laws of
this corporation, and such otlicers and em
ployees other thun tho President, Vice Pres
ident, Secretary und t-cuoral business inuu
ager need not bo members of tho Board of
Directors nor stockholders.
The llourd of Dhoctors shall adopt by-laws
which shall deline the duties of such officers,
the tlmo of tho election of such directors
and tho time of stockholders1 meotings tor
tho election of directors, and such other
meetings as tho Board of Directors muy
The directors shall bo elected annually aud
shall hold office for ono year und until thslr
successors aro elected und quull'Jed; pro
vided, however, that the following named
stockholders shall, be tho directors for the
corporat.ou for tho ensuing year aud until
tho annual stockholders' meeting is hold for
the election of otiicera, viz: Spencer W.
Claw son, 0. C. Warner, John A. Ompboll,
Joseph Chlsholm and C A. Overlook.
Tho highest amount of indebtedness to
which this corporation Is ut uny tlmo to sub
ject iuclf Is to bo Six Thousand Dollars.
The private j ropcrty of stockholders of
this corpotution shall bo exempt from liabil
ities, execution or forced sale for its coipo
In witness whereof the parties hereof
have hereunto set their hands and seals this
18th day of Ap II, A. D, 1U00.
Sl'ENCEit W. CLAWSON,
Charles C. Warner,
John A, ''AMI'IIKLL,
.lOBBl'H F. ClIISHOI.M,
Starr K. William",
C. A. Overlook,
TanniioRV or Arizona,)
County or Cochise, 1 Da
Before mo. W. W. Weed, a Notary Public In
and for the county of Pima, lerritory of
Arizona, on this day porsonully uppeareu
Spencer w. ciawson, i nurics vj v inor.
John A. Campbell, Charlos A. Ovprlock, Jo
seiili F. Chlsholm and S. K. Williams, known
to me to bo the persons whoso names
are subscribed to tho foregoing nrtioles
Of iucorpoi ation, und each uckuowl dged to
me that ho oxeouteu tuo sa o tor tuo pur
nose i und consideration therein oxnrossed
Given under my hand und seal of otllcn
this 18th day of April, A. D.i'J.o.
w v witiin
Notary Public in aud for th,cotinty of Pima,
ririzor of Arizonu S
My cominUsIon expires on, tho 25th day of
Muy. A. D. 1UUI .
Tmihitoky ok Arizona,!
Coiintv oic Cociiirk. i
1, 1'rank Haie, County Becordor In and
for the county and territory aforesaid, do
hereby CLrtlty mat tno foregoing uutru
incut w as tiled tor I ecord ut 1 o'clock n. m
on thisVlst tlay of April, A D. itOO, und dul
recorded in Book No. 1 of Kccords of Incor
porations. Cochiso county , Arizonu, ut pages
ivm, UJ unit iro.
Witntiss my baud nnd official seal tho day
and your first above written.
(.Soul) Frank Hake.
First publication April 24. 1900.
NOTICE Of PORfEITURE.
BlHHEU. Arizona, February 10. 11)00.
To A. F. Danoil, his heirs or assigns: You
are hereby notified that we huve expended
(luring tho years 1697, 1-U3 and lbifJ :hree
Hundred Dollurs (&30J.IW) in labor and im
provements upon tho "Jessie' initio, situato
in Wnrron Mining District, county of Co
chise, Territory of Arizona, locution notice
of which Is recorded in tho oitico of the
County Kccorder, In nook of Mines, Mining
Hecords ot C'oohiso county, Aiizjua, in or
der to hold suldcluiins under tho provisions
of Section 2S.il of tho Koviscd statutes of tho
UniUd States und tho amendments thoreto
concerning annua I labor upon mining claims,
it being the amount required to hold said
claims for the period ending December 31,
And if within ninety (to) days after tho
publication hereof you full or refuso to con
tribute your proportion of suid expendi
tures us co-ow nor. your interest in tho said
mining cluim will beeomo tho property of
tho subscribers, your co-ownors, wtio havo
mudo tho required expenditures by the terms
of suld section 'X!l.
P. H. HARRINGTON.
l'lrst publication February 12, 1W0.
In the District Court, First Judicial Dl-
...1 n. .1... 'I.frltnt!' ilf Alixnllll. ill llllll
for tlio county of Cochiso.
Rebeccu N. Hughes, plaintiff, vs. Houry P.
Action brought in tho District Court of
tint Klrt Jiiilluiul District of tho Territory
of Arizonu, in und tor the county of CoohUe,
and tho complaint tiled In tho suid county ot
Cochiso, iu the oilico of tho Clerk of said
Tho 'lerritory of Arlzouusonds greeting to
Henry P. Hughes.
ion aro noreuy roquircu 13 uppuur in uu
action bi ought uguiiist you by tho uuove
named plalniuf in iho Distnot Court ot tho
First Judicial Distuct ut (ho Ten itory ot
Arizona, in and tor the county of Cocnlse,
and to answer tiio compluiut tiled therein,
witniu ton duys (exchuivu ot the duy of ser
vice) after the service on J on ot this sum
inmi. (if km veil within this couutA : or if
served outol this county but In this district,
w It bin tw outy duy s; othorw lso within thli ty
days), or judgment by default w ill bo taken
against you ai. cording to tho prajorof said
Tho suld notion Is brought to obtain u de
cree ot divorce fioin tho bonds ot matri
mony, tho custody ot tue tnreo minor ciui
dron and for costs of this action,
Given under iny hand und the sen! of the
Dlsti lot Court ot tho First J udiciul District
of tho Territory of Ailzonu, in und for the
county of Cochiso, this iftth duy of Murch, iu
tho y ear of our Lord 11KX).
ISoal) A. H. KMANULL, Clerk.
lirst publication March 2S.
To Whom it May Concern.
All persona knowing tlieuiBUivua to" be
ndubtud to us nro kindly requested to
call ivriM Bettlo nt once, na wo lmvo ths-
poecd of 4wcJiu.t)iness.
lliBintn Ditpq Stoul',
J. S. Willmmti & Co. Projir's.
In the Justice Court, No. 2 pneinct, county
of Coclitso, Territory o Arioua.
Otto W. UoiKcnlioler, pluintiti, vs. William
Pump, defendant, summons
Action hi ought In the J Ustico Court of No.
2 precinct, in and lor the county of Cochise,
in tho i'orr itory of Arizona.
In tho unuio of tho 'territory of Arizona.
1 1 William Pump, ilcfeudunt, gicetlng:
You are hereby siiuiiuouud und rc-ipilrod
to appear in action h. ought ugufust on by
tho aboo named plaintilf in the Justice
Court of No, i precinct, in und for tho count V
of Cochise, in the Territory ot Arizona, an d
answer to tho complaint Hied in uhl Justice
Court ut liisbeu, in said county, within live
dujs, tjxaluHito of the dav of urvice, niter
tho seiviio upon you ot this summons, if
served within this picciuct: but it served
without this precinct, but w ithiu tho comity,
tcnduys; if served out of the county, illlcon
days; in all other cuse tweutj uuys.
'Hits hctiou is brought nguiusT jou to re
cover tho sum of Seventj-ono is 1.WJ Dollars
for board sold und delhoied to you by the
above named pluintiti at jour special in
stance und request in Bisbee. Cochise county,
Arizona Territoty, during the jears lsvid and
Itfjy, between tho mouths ot tebruury, IS'.W,
und Juuoot tho jcur 1:H'.I; or judgment by
default will be taken against ou.
Given under my hunil ut iUsbco th!s'.M
duy of January, A. D. WOO. u
S. Ii. WILLIAMS.
Justice of tho Peucoot said Pieeinct.
To Whom It riayCdnceFri.
All Iersoil3 aro hprehv cniltlnnpil tint to
purchase, bond or lease tlin npi tiilti tninlmr
claim at present known as "Last Ra-e of
Summer," aud known us tho "Ellu" by.prlor
locution, situate in vvurren .Mining District,
CochUe county. Territory of. Arizonu. ,Suid
claim bus iecentl been bonded by parties
not tno riciitiui owners to one l. w. VVuilaca
J. H. Mathiah.
First publicatlou'March xH. 1900.
Notice of Amplication for Patent.
Mining Application Ifo. 707. Survey No! I860
United States Laud OFncB,, )
Tucson, Arizona, March 6, 1000.
Notice is hereby given that iu pursuance of
tke United States mining laws Martin O'Hure,
whose post olhco address is Bisbee, CocUise
county, Arizonu territory, has made applica
tion for ti patent for 1500 linear feet of the
Quartzlto btrlp lode, situate In the Wnreu
mining district, county of Cochise, territory
of Arizona, ns described lu tho otficiul plat
herewith posted, und by the field noiesoii
tlio in tho office of tho Register of the (Hla
Land District at Tucson, territory of Arl
zona, ns follows, viz:
Survey No 13oj -Quartzlto Strip Lode. v
Boginnitig at cor. Ao 1, the SK. cor. identi
cal with cor. of locution, a pine post 4 iucjics
s qnr e, 8 ftet long, set 1 foot iu the ground,
sunouiKied by u mound of stones, inscribed
I-13e0Q.b. L., whence U.S. M. M. No. 4, bears
5 b3deg. llmin E.G4IH feet; whence upiuo
post 4 inches squui e, ii feet long, set 1 foot
in the ground, surrounded by a mound pf
6tonos, bears S. 51 deg. 58 mln, E. 01 feet, In
scribed B. M. 1-1S80 Q. S. L.. io other bearings
available; thenco N, il deg. 44 min. E., varia
tion 11 deg 45 min. i;., 150 tcct to intersection
line of quurry, 20 feet deep at intersection ;
583 feet to intersection of lino 1 4 "MuiiuV'
lode, a patent claim, survev N'o. H'82; a pine
post mirks this intersection, cor. No. 4 Ma
mie lode bears N. 44 deg. 37 niin. W. 47.1 fiet,
WO feet to center of roud running nearly E.
6 W. ; roud is iu center of eunjon known us
Tombstone cunj on. which runs nearlj E. und
W.. and Is about 125 feet wide ut this point;
1015 feet to small wash ,2 feet deep. U feet
w Ide; 1479 8 feet to eor. No. 2, the Nh cotyof
claim, a piuo post 4 inches squaie, SJtJ feet
fong, set 18 inches in the ground, surrounded
by u mound of stones, lusciibed 2-13So(J. S
L , whence original locatiuu cor. bears N. 21
deg. 44 mln. H. 41 tcet, same is a plna post 4
inches square, 40 inches above tho ground,
inscribed 2-13S0 Q. S L. B. M.. whence a ropk
iu place. S inches out of the ground' 1 foot
squure. chl&olfHl (X) 2-1SS0 U. Is., bears N. 18
deg. Wi 221 feot this corner w as pulled in to
parallel the end lines; thence N. 57 deg. 20
min. W., variation 11 dog. 15 min. E., Hi 3 feet
to north end center, u iiiue pot 4 inches
square, set 12 inches iu tho ground, inscribed
llittJ Q. S. L., whence the original locution
monunient bears N. 24 deg. E. 22 feet, 105 fee
to center of wnsh 25 feet wide, 2 feet deep,
general course south 2 deg. w est, 1112.0 feet
to cor. No. 3, the NW. cor. ot claim, identical
with cor. of locution, a pine post 4 inches
squure, 4 feet long, set 12 inches in the ground
surrounded by a mound of stones, inscribed
3-13;0 Q. S. L . whence a rock in place 2x2
feet, level with tho ground, chiseled XlSii,
u 1380 Q. S. L. beurs N. 81 deg. E. 80.4 teet;
thence Si. 25 deg. 02 min. V variation 11 deg.
45 min. E., 032 teet to intersection one-story
frame house, suid iiouse sets N. Ti deg. W.
and S, It deg. I ., and point of intersection is
1S.5 feet from NW. cor. of house, 072.3 feet to
middle of roud, runnimr neurly duo E. and
W., which runs through canyon known as
Tombstone canyon: this canyon is more or
less gradual iu blopoon either sido nnd u lino
of intersection cannot bo defined on this
(north) sidoof can.) on; 0!2.3 feet to intersec
tion of a property (not claimed by Quurtzito
Strip lode, this intersection is marked by. a
4 inches squuro piuo post set in u mound of
stones; the NE. cor. of suid unclaimed propr
erty bears S. 73 deg.E. 9.S f ect, 1113.7 f oet to
south intersection of same property not
claimed by Quartzlto Strip lode; course of
intersecting lino N. 73 dog. z9 min. vv. 23 fee
rromSE. cor.; u 4 inch pino post marks the
point of intersecting lines. 147f feet to cor.
No. 4 the sw, cor. of claim, Ident oal witli
cor. of location, a pine post set on solid rock,
post being 4 inches square, 3 feet long, sur
rounded by a mound of stones, inscribed 4
1380 Q. S. L., whence n rock in place 3 feet
by loots inches ubovo ground, chiseled X
it. R. ISbO 4 Q. S. L. bears N. 13 deg. 14 min. E.
37.4 feet; thenco S. 57 deg. 20 lulu. E., varia
tion 11 deg. 45 min. E 00 feet to iiitorrccting
boundary lino of quurry, Ot feet deep at this
point. 110 feot to south end center, a pine
post 4 inches square set on solid rock. In
scribed lSbOQ.S. L., identical with locution,
200 feot to cor. No. 1, place of beginning.
Totul area ti.bJ acres
Area in eonillct with Survey 10S2.. ,54 ucres
Area iu conflict uusurvoyed.... COf uores
", u". . a.ssa acres
Variation U dee. 4i mln. E.
The location of this mine is recorded in
the office of the County Recorder of Cochise
county, Arizona territory, at page 001 of
book 12, Records of Minos.
Adjoining cluimsaro; This claim is bound
ed on the oust by the "Mamie." on the west,
north and south by unsurveyed lands.
Any and all persons claiming adversely uny
portiou of said mine or surtuco ground ore
required to iilo their adverse claims w ith the
Register of the United States Land Offico at
Tiicspn.il-. the territory of Arizona, during
tho sixty das a period of publication hereof,
or they will be burred by virtue of tho pro
visions of tho statute.
MILTON R. MOORK. Resistor.
First publication March 12. lv0o.
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