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COChlSK RKYH'W. Tl'KSDAY KVKNIW,. jllLV i'y, 1900
Mrs. Album has built n substantial
residence in town.
I. N. Wnllnco left on today's train,
bound for TomhMone.
Mrs. llolitho waa aiuonj,r tho puson
gers on today V outyoln train.
Seott White, tho county sheriff, on mo
in last evening froni ToinlKtoiiM.
Thomas !. Mniulors was on tho out
going train todtu, bound for Ben-on.
Ally IJowo has voinrned from at rip
to California and iho Catalina Wand.
Mrs. Schwartz mid Mrs. Kiimoy drove
over to Tombstone yesterday for a trip.
P. N. Skillington was anions tho out
going passengers on the morning train.
Date Graham loft this morning for
Tombstone, taking with him several
A. D. Parker has gouo over to Tuc
son where he will work during the rest
of the 9ummer. "
L. S. Petersen was on tho outbound
train this mornlug, hi? destination be
ing the California coast. ,
Frank Pala, the well known saloon
keeper, is in town irom Tombstone and
is transacting some business.
Mr. E. B. Mason., the supflrintendent
'207.15 ft liMin ooi. No. !. iud d mtt ihv- "th.1 too I-7o doj:., JJ unit. il. Tri 1 It. to
tiou lino i-T Uuleua lodo nt N. 17 dc, i o.or. Iso. 1, IXtllnn lodo 1 thi& otirvoy,
21 min. W. U18.3 it. from cor. Xo. I '5-22.90 ft., samo bearing to cor. No. '.I
1, 1G9.9 ft., same bearing to cor. Xo. "J. I identical with location jul with or.
identical witlt location, thonco M. 01 I No. 2 Dallas lodo of this mu vey, tltenoo
dog., 51 min. V. 309 ft to cor. No. 3 N. 7 dog., 20 min. V. .llHOO ft t. ml or
idontical with cor. No. 1, Desplain lodo nootiou lino 2 3 Uclmar lode ol tlii-t
of litis group, and on tho onstond linoj cioup nt N. 71 dec, '13 min. 10. ls3.7t) fl.
of Senator No. 2,snnev No.ll20,Hioiioe Irom cor. No. 3. 131 ft. Mime b.-tuiug(o
N. IS dec, 17 min. I). UJO.O it. to oor. iiitei-hootioti line 1-2 of Ooi Moinea lode
No. 1, identical with looat ion and with! at X 70 dec, 13 min. K UU It hum
corners ao ;, uitleim lodo ol Tills
Kroup, No. 3, Senator lodo binu No.
1120, nod No. 2, Senator No. 2, survey
No. 1120, tlienoeS. Cldec, 51 min. 10.
309 ft. to out. No. 1, tho place of begln
ninc L1ALLNA LODE.
No. 1, tlto N
lkj,'inning at cor.
cor., Identical with
cor. iSo., .Morning atar locto survey
No. 1331, u pine post 3 ft. long 1 in. sq.,
set 12 in. in the ground, surrounded by
a mound of stones scribed G. L 1110,
whence U S.M.M.bearsN.23 deg , 01 mir .
V. 2133 ft., a main road to mom shaft
bears due north 12 ft., thence S.17 dep ,
21 rain. B. Gil ft. to cor. No. 2, tho S. K.
cor., Identical with location and with
oor. No. 8, Morning Star lode survey
No. 1331, thence S. Co dec, 46 min. W.
434.3 ft. to cor. No. 1 of the Auburn
lode of this survey, 9C1.S ft., samo bear
ing to cor. No. 3, identical with loca-
oor. .No. l, iKii.ai it. to intersection line
2-3 Delmar lodo a( N. 71 dec, 33 mm.
10. 303 10 ft. Irom oor. No 3. t m 7t) II
samo IvHiring tu oor. ?sy. ' idontloul
with location, thence S To dec. 20 min
W. 233.17 ft. to interseotii.il line 3-1
Desplain lode oi thio toup td N. 3L
deg., 11 min, 30 bee. 10. 217 ft, iiom ooi.
No. 3, 322.90 ft. biimc bpiiriug to cor. No.
with i 1, the place of beginning.
Beginning at cot. No. 1, the N. V.
cor., identical with location and with
oor. No. 2. Bob & John lode survey No.
1020, a pine post 1 ft. loiifj 1 in. q.
so 13 in. in ground surrounded by n
mound of stones scribed D. L. 1110.
whence US.M.M. No. I bears N.2 dec,17
min. W. 1321.3 ft., thence Nj 7u dec, 29
min. E. 211.50 ft to cor. No. 2, identicdl
with location and with cbr. No. 3, Bos
ton lode of this group, thence S. 23
dec, 18 min, E. S58.C0 It. to cor No. 1
tion. thence S. 52 dec. 28 min. W. iM.l i Des .Moines lotie oi mis croup lu it.
ft. to cor. No. 1, identical with cor. No. same bearing to cor.No.3,identical with
5 of the Auburn lode of this group and ' location, thence S. 70 dec, 29 min. W.
nt intersection line 3-4 Desplain lode
at S. 31 deg. 11 min. 3'J sec. W. 132.78
i't. from cor. No. 1, theuce Ns 47 deg.,
21 min. V. 218.30 ft. to Intersection Hue
COO ft. to cor. No. 1, identical with loca
tiou, thence N. 23 deg., 18. min. W. 31
ft. to cor No. 5, identical with location
and with cors. No. 2 John & James sur-
loug 1 in m M:t 12 n in Hie giound
tiurrouiiduii by u mound of atouori
scribed D M L 1110, whence U S M M
No 1 bears n 3 deg, 14 min V 3857 ft,
thence n 7G deg, 13 min 10 IC5 ft to In
teieotion lino 31 Boston lodo of this
Rroup at n 7 deg, 20 rain w 131 ft from
eor No 3, 000 It bamo bearing to cor No
2 identical with oor of location and
with eor No 1 Harmon lodo of this
roup, thence a 28 deg, 18 min II 74.24
ft to intersection line 2 3 Delmar lode
ol this group at & 71 deg, 33 min w
tju'Vll ft from cor No 2, 1300 ft same
bearing to cor No ,1 identical with loca
tion and with cor Not Danville lode of
thib surrey, thence & 7G deg, 13 min w
wu ft to cor No 1 identical with loca.
tion and with cor No 1 Danrlllo lode of
this group, thence n 28 deg, 48 min w
853.30 ft to cor No 2 Dallas lode, 1175.10
ft same bearing to intersection line 2-3
Delmar lodo of this group at n 71 deg
ai min E G1.G9 ft from cor No 3, 1300 it
same bearing to cor No 1, the place of
Beginning at cor No 1, the n w oor
irlf-ntk'nl with lnnntinn nrul u-lfh inv
No 2 Des Moines lode of this group, a 1 5
-i-ilno nncf .1 ti 1 .( In 1 I.. "
mi lKItyij 'X IL 1UUJJ -X 111 rlj A &l ill
the ground, surrounded by a mound of
stones scribed II L 1110, whence U 9
31 M No 1 bears n 11 deg
12 min w, 3793 tt, thence n
70 deg, 13 min e GoO ft to cor
No 2 identical with location, thence s
23 deg, 18 min e 21.G5 ft to intersection
line 2-3 Delmar lode of this group at s
u aeg. 33 mm w ia.1 it irom cor 'o '2.
A I'lcatiui'i: tu Answer Uvlturt
EL PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE GO.
MACHINISTS, IRON AND BRASS FOUNDERS, FORCE and
BOILER WORKS ALL CLA3SES OF MINING MACHINERY
Write for Kutlmate
E PASO FOUNDRY AND MACHINE COMPANY
Kl Paso, Tkxas
IF YOU ARE ANTICIPATING PURCHASING 3.
ifl Dry aoods
1 LADIES' AND MEN'S FURNISHINGS
,,1 7 ? : V . '21 min. w.2l.;io tt. to mterseotion Hue anawitn cors. .so. a jonndc .lames sur- 17oooft -. hpnrinw in nnVvn i
of the Bl9bee water work?, arid - wife w Desplain lode at N. 77 deg., 14 min, vey No. 1393, No. 3 Bob & John survey . i0ftSuii ra ' H
" left today for Tombstone on a visit. ' W. 257.3 ft. from cor. No. 4, and at in- No. 1020, thence N. 13 deg., 00 min. W. ?5S?i" S" e 5x
Boots and Slioes
We a4vie you to call on us and inspect our Hue before pur
chasing elsewhere, as It means dollars saved by trading with us.
Sole Agents for
left today for Tombstone on a visit. ' W, 257.3 ft. from cor. No. 4, and at in
m- a i, u0ii, jf,J ,.in I ter3eotion line 1-2 Helen lode of this
Mr. and Mr3. Herrlck. alter a visit ,,., . a ico t? w cioff
with friends in this town.'returned to . to cor. No. 1, 5S2.S6 ft., same bearing to
their bono in Fairbank this ' morning.
Mrs. Fred Newmm left this morning
for Globe, where she goes to join her
husband, who vrorks in the stnelter
Charley Overlook drove out this
morning, bound for San Bernardino,
where he goes to arrange 'for thr-' pur
chase of cattle. j
Mr. Miller came In from the Hu'achu
cas, then went on to Turauoise with a
load of goods, returned to Blsbeo, and
today left afialn for Tuiquohe with a
Charley Sherwood and William
Quinn, the woll known sports, left for
Globo today, and Sherwood 'takoR the
management of .loo llroylet establish
ment at that placo.
Superintendent .1. Graham, of the
Calumet and Hecla, has gone over to
the Black Diamond and Pearce. Mr.
Graham has some valuablo properties
in that neighborhood.
William Lutley, Who has been in
town for tho past two days, returned to
his ranch today. This valuable cattle
ranch lies between tho Swisshelma and
cor. JNo. o, identical witn location and
with cors. No. 4, Helen lode of this sur
vey, No. 3, Senator lode survey No.1120,
thence N. 47 deg, 50 rain. E. 350 ft. to
cor. No. 0, identical with location and
with cor. No. 3, Lowell claim of this
group, thence N. 65 deg., 43 min. E.
961.80 ft to cor. No 1, the place of be
ginning DESPLAIN LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho N. W.
cor., idontical with locatiou and with
cor. No. -3, Helen lode of this group, a
pine post 4 ft. lon, set 12 in. in tho
ground, surrounded by a mound of
stones, scribed D. L. 1410 whence U. i
S. M. M. No. 1 bears N.3 deg., 17 min.E.
2G82 ft., thence S. 31 deg., 11 min. 30,
sec. V. 229.12 ft. to intersection line bo
ween Uuokeyo and Senator No. 2 lodes'
at N. CI deff., 30 min. 30 sec. W. 51.CC fl. !
irom oor. No. , Uuokeye, and cor. No.
0, Senator No. 2, survey No. 1120,757.5
ft., samo bearing to cor. No. 2, identical
with location and with cor. No. 2,Buek
eye lodo survey No. 1120, thenco S. 77
dog., 14 min. H. 302. 10 ft. to cor. No. 1,
Minnesota lodo of this survey, 563.30
ft., samo bearing to cor. No. 3, identical
with location, thenco N. 31,deg.,ll mil1.
30-ees. E. 7C.2 ft to intersection line 4-o
Minnesota lodo of thlB survey at S. 7
deg., 20 min. E. 91.25 ft. trom cor. No.
5, same bearing 98.70 ft. to intersection
line 3-4 Auburn lodo of this group at S.
IS cleg., 7 rain. E
J.I.HI1TI. irnm wnsr pnn
... .. . .. . . . o'j- - ' ...-.-.-. ..-.- ..-.
UMrlcahuas. Air. Lutley suys that ills : center line, same bearing 217 ft. to in-
cattle are looking good, and that so far , tersection
there has been a sufficient water sup-
Yesterday S. K. Williams received a
No. 1020, thence N. 13 deg., 00 rain. W.
128G.8S tt to cor. No. 1, the place of be
ginning MINNESOTA LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1. the N W.
cor., identical with location and with
the south end center Desplain lode of
this group and with cor. No. 2, Annie
lode survey No. 1021, a plna post 4 ft
long 4 in. sq set 12 in in the ground
su.rroun.ded bj a moaud of stones
scribed M. L. 1410, whence TJ. 3 M
M. No, 4 ipears N. ." deg. 21 rain. .
339-4.50 feet, thence S. 5 deg., 30 min. V.
568.30 feet to coi. No, 2, thence 3 9
deg., 00 min. W. 591 ft. to coi. No. 2,
identical with cor. of location and with
cor No. 5 Triangle lode survey No.
1019, thence N. 70 deg., 29 min. E.
216.40 ft. to cor. No. 0 Bob A- John lodo
survey No. 1020, and cor. No. 3 Triangle
lodo survey No 1019, COO ft. same bear
ing to cor. No. 1 identical with location
and with cor. No. 2, Ifoston lode of this
group, thence N. 7 deg., 20 min. V.
9G9.5U ft. to intersection lino 3-1 Des-
i I plain lodo of this group at N. 31 dog.,
11 min. 30 sec. K. 76.20 ft. from cor. No.
3, 10C0.70 ft. same bearing to cor. No. 5,
ulonlical Willi location and with cor.
No. 1, Eloiou lodo of this group, and
with west end center
this group, thenco S.
W. 300 ft. to cor. No.
Beginning at cor No 1, the N 11 cor,
identical with location" nnd with cor
No 3, Dallas lode of this survey, a pine
post 4 ft long 4 in square set 12 ins in
the ground, surrounded by a mound ot
Auburn lode of
70 deg.. 29 mm.
1, the plnce of be-
check for 5400 from E. Browu 3c Son,
of San Francisco, the Hoine office of the
Svea Fire Insurance Co. This payment
Is made to Rice Jones, being the
umount of the Insurance on his house,
which was burnt down on tho 23d June
Frank Bettumu, tho well
Frisco whisky drummer arrived yester
day and registered at tho Norton.
Bettman generally brings with him one
or two good atorles, and often the
latest. A conundrum expounded by
him may possibly be new. Here It is:
"What Is the difference between W. J.
Bryan and Buffalo Bill? Bnflalo Bill
has got a show!"
line 1-4 lode of this atones scribed D L 1410, whence U S
crouD at N. 70 deir.. 29 min. E. 89.73 ft. M M No 4 bears N 10 deg. o7 min W
from cor. No. 1, same bearing C24.72 ft. 5497 ft", thence S 23 deg, 48 min E
to cors. No.5 Auburn,and No. 4 Galena, 937.70 ft to cor No 3 Danville lode of
lodes of this group,same bearing 757.50 . tW9 group, 1469 feet- same" bearing to
ft. to cor. No. 4, thence N. 77 deg., 44 ' cor Nq 2. identical with location and
min. W. 257.30 ft. to intersection 'line i with cor No ? Alice lode survey No
4-5 Galena lode of this survey (see Ga- 1393, thence S 70 deg, 29 min W 85 49
lena 563.30 ft. same bearine to cor No. ft to intersection of Christmas !96 and
1, the place of beginning.
Beginuing at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
i cor., Identical with location and at a
known I point on line 2-3 Galena lode of this
group at S. Gj deg., 43 min. VV. 431.30 ft.
from cor. No. 2, a pine post 4 ft. long
4 in. sq. set 12 in. in the ground, sur
rounded by a mound of stones scribed
A.L. 1410,wheueo U.S.M. M.No.i bears
N. 23 deg., 7 min. W. 2689 ft., thence S.
18 deg., 7 min. E. 550 ft. to cor. No. 2,
idontical with location, thenco south 71
deg., 33 min. W. 951 ft. to intersection
line Boston lode of this group at S. 7
deg, 20 min. E. 123 ft. from cor. No. 4,
same bearing 1257.10 ft, to cor. No. 3,
identical with location and with cor.
PPiirtTinu rnb Miuirih matfntc :iPelm.nrl.od?.?f & group, thence
nt luuniiin vn,uiiiiitiw imi.nia'M.iiJ deg , f min. vv.38.u7 ft. to intersec-
Mining Application No
Surrey N O..V11Q.
U S. Lind Office, Tucson, Ariz.,
July 12, 1900.
tion line 3-1 Desplain lodo of this
group at N. 31 deg,, 11 min 30 sec. E.,
98.70 ft. from co. No 3, same bearing
115.61 ft. to cor. No. 5 Minnesota loie
Alice lode9 survey No 1393, at S 18
deg, 33 min E 475 ft from cor No 3 of
the Danville lode a claim of this
group, 600 ft to cor No 3 identical with
location and with cor No 1 Alice lode
survey No 1393 aud with cor No 3 John
& James lode survey No 1393, thence n
28 deg, 48 min V 1169 ft to cor No 4
identical with location and with cor
No 1 Dallas lode of this group, thence
n 70 deg,29 min E 300 feet to north end
center identical with south end center
Dallas lode, 600 ft samo bearing to cor
No 1, the placo of beginning.
Beginning at cor No 1, tho u w cor,
idontical with location and with cor
No 4, Harrison lode of this group, a
pine post J fl long l in 3q set 12 ins
in tho ground surrounded by a mound
of stones scribed II L 1110, whence TT
S M M No 1 bears N 16
deg, 42 mm W 501' JO ft, thence
S 28 deg. IB min E 1130.30 ft
to cor No 2, identical with location and
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Xn.lH. I.. l.A...k.. .(... .n 41... I n.t. . llllll I'llI' .11 I III I I1M Hnmi I I II 1 TT1 flT '
.lULiuu ia ueieuv mivcia iuoi hue jutr- ' - - - --- -.- - ....- t (. ,. rt., tvi i nnr.t.i!i, 1,7 i,:
k ArlzDna .Copper Mining and this survey, same bearing 231.32 ft. to I IVAnn thonno v 75n; i i w S
As . -- . a. . a Ij-al.aI.n...l ...I i L- I. A. I 4- L- . V b t.' . &4WVa 1 1 "- UI.TI O.U 1U111 J .U 1 L
Co , of BliWe.Cochls county, ''r'TT i to cor No 3 whence Sritdual location
Territory, per k u. t-enner, at- S'""-"""1.: lu. '"'hPBrOn.ismir.-Rniiiff rt..nn
, n Wet whosfr pojtotflce ad- o. o, identical wun location and with i 17dep go min W 1381 feet to cor No
nuhP rmhik onnntv. at. cor. No. 4 of the Galena lode of this 7N V,.fF "V ' ,. .Aeet t0 ,cor f.,
, juumicui wiin iocanou ana wnn ,
aona Territory, have thU day fllHltheir rvey. thence N. 52 deg., 2S min.E.
application forapatefat for 1350, 540, 3o3.i9ft.tocor.Na 6, identical with
300. 750. 12.'i7. 1257. 10C0. 420. 1300.1319. location and with cor. No. 3 Galena
1455,1390,1300, 14C9, 520 linear feet ' lode pt this group, thence N. 6o deg.
respectively of tho aehb, Helen, 43 min. E. 527.50 ft to cor. No 1, the
Lowell, Desplain, .Auburn, Delmar, , Place of beginning.
Minnesota, Boston, Des .I0lne3, Har-i DELMAR LODE
rlson, Danville, Haicbett, Dallas, De-' D , . . , XT
levin, Higgins veins, lods or deposits,, I Beginning at cor. No. 1, the N. E.
bearing coDDer and other metals. To- cor., identical with location and with
south end center Harrison lodo of this
group, thence S 76 deg, 13 min V 300 ft
to cor No 1, the place of beginning
Beginning at cor No 1, the N W cor,
identical with location and op line 2-3
Harrison lode of this survey at 9 28
deg, 48 min E 173.32 ft from cor No 2, a
pine po3t a it long i in sq sot n ins in
, acw, wo, wu, uixi, " o rf m Tv vucv"'riVw":"Xf stones, scribed ll i. HIO, whence U S
feet in width U.S. M.M. No. 4 bears N. 22 deg., 01 M M No 4 bears N 21 dec 42 min W
Situated in i " tdf?cos,18 ?.eKi ' ,.mln- E- 3937 ft, thence N 71 deg, 30 rnin E 310
District, Coun-!-l cor. ino.z identical witn loca-1 ft to cor No 2 Identical with location.
Territory of ?n. .th.?nce . . ' K . eg., 33 min. thence B 14 dec. 09 rain E 54.40 ft to in-
gether with surface ground 600, 250 , cor.-No. 2, Auburn lode of this group ' the ground, surrounded by a mound of
l-ZJL 003, OOU, WW, WJU,
300, COO. COO, 310
respectively on each.
the Warren Mining
ty of Cochise.
.Arizona, and designated by the field " "f " l. f'niersection line a-a war- tersection line on north end Bengal
notes ana omciai piat on me in tnt9 """ v" , .. ' " ,.- Ka
oifloe as Survey No. 1410.approximately I m in. E. 24.65 feet from cor. No. 2
In township No. 23 south, range No. 24 ft13-3,1 f.f same bearing to intersection
UUCJTUU1U3UUIWOIU ;o. o UCK'.'O
min. E. 74.24 ft. from cor. No. 1, 1073.31
ft. same bearing to intersection line 3-4
Boston lode of this group at N. 7 deg.,
20 min. W. 318.C0.ft.. from cor. No. 3,
nyu.ai it., same oeanng to intersection
1U lvnuiUIJ 41U. J 9UUIU, 1BUKC U. 21
east, on .unaurveved lands. Gila and
Salt River base and meridian. Arizona,
&ld aurvey No. 1410 belrig us follows
- .LOWELL LODE.
Beginning at cor. -.Jio. 1, the N. W.
cor., identical with jDcatlou and with ! Hue 1-4 Des Moines lode of this group
cor. No. 4, survey No 11C0, a pine post at 3. 23 deg., 48 min. E. 121.91 from cor.
4 in. sq. i ft. above ground, surrounded ' No. 1, 1257.10 leet 'same bearing to cor.
by a mound of stone, -soribed L. L No. 3, identical with location, thence
iw, vmenoe u. . Aifii. No. 4 b?ars N. io deg. 1 mm. ww rt. to cor. No.
lode at S 32 deg, 40 min V 91.10 ft from
the NW' cor of that claim 516.60 ft
same bearing to cor No 3 whence orig
inal locatiou oears N 81 deg, 30 min E
86 ft, thence S 71 deg, 30 min W 221.90
ft to cor No 4 on tho west side line of
tho unsurveyed Bengal lode, whence
original location bears 9 71 deg, SO min
VV 32 f t.thence N 23 deg,48 min W 523 ft
to cor No 1, the place of beginning
Beginning at cor No 1, the N E cor
Ideutlcal with location, a pine post 4 ft
7 deg., 44 min. W, 215.5 ft., th.en?e S. 73 4, Identical with -location and with cor ' Jong 4 in square set 12 iub in the ground
j.,&r jr, to. cor i-io. s, -j-
.! A mir T7
identical vrith location and on line 64,
a hum n niTn rr thte 9nrnv
WJ.UVM4U WMU V VUIE Ui ICt
thence N 71 deg ,33 min. E. 303.10 ft
Galena lode of thl3 group, at S 65 deg , to intersection line 3-4 Boston lode of
43 min. .W., 600.4 ft. from. cor. No 1, , this survey at 3. 7 deg., 20 min E 123
thence S. 65 dec., 48.tnin W., 301 ft. to j . from ccr. No 4, 1257.10 ft., same
cor. No. 3, identical with location 'bearing to cor No 1 the- placs cf be-
uieuceii. 40 aeg., iwu. ., .; it. 10 t'ULUUe
cor No.4,whence original location bears
N. 73 deg., 4 min. W.-.64'It:, thence N. 47
deg. 22 min. E. 251.5 ff.-tc? cpr No l.the i
place of beginning. I
HELEN LODE. .
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tthe N. E. , 12 In.in th
ir., identical with locatiouja" pine post whence U.
Beginning at cor No. 1 , the N V
oor., Identical with location and with
cor. No. 5, Minnesota lode of this sur
vey, a pine post 4 ft. Jong, 4 in. sq. set
surrounded by a. mound of stones
scribed D L 1410. whencs U 9 M iT
No 4 bears n 16 deg, 39 min W 5025 40
ft, thence S 2S deg, -3 min E 19.50 ft ttf
cpr No 1 Hanchett lodo of this survcv,
1455.80 ft, same bearing to cor No 2,
identical with location and with cor ,
No 2 Hanchett lode " of this group, i
thence S 76 deg, 13 min W 600 ft to cor
No 3 idontical with location and with
cor No 1 Christmas '93 lode survey No
1393, thence n 23 deg, 48 min V 957.70
ft to cor No 1 Delevln lode of this sur-
4 ft. Ions 1 In. sq.. set 12 in. in the
ground, surrounded by u mound of
dtone3 scribed H. L. 1410, whence U.
8. M. M. No. 4 bears N. 2 deg., 24 min.
W. 2514 ft, thence 9. 18 deg.,17 min. W.
84.95 ft. to intersection line 1-4 '
Desplain lode at N. 7.7 deg., 44 min. W. I
the ground scribed B. L 1410, vey, 1155 SO ft same bearing to cor No 4
identical witn location and with cor
I No 4 Des Moine3 lode of this group,
1 thenoo n 76 deg, 13 min E 600 ft to cor
1 No 1, tho place of beginning.
9. M. M No. 4 bears N. 2!
Am wnn t ooort.in ti !,,. T -,
deg., 20 min. E. 91.20 ft, to intersection
line 3-4 Desplain lode at N. 31 deg., 11
rain. 30 sec E. 76.20 ft. from cor. No. 3,
1060.70 ft. same bearing to cor. No. 2,
Identical with location and with cor.
0, 4, Minnesota lode of thi3 group
DE3 MOINE9 LODE.
Beginning at cor No 1, the u w cor,
identical with location, a pine post 4 ft
npnrinc rr tmprsppnrm Knar InotmonT..
veyed Bengal lode at n 90 deg, 45 min
w 617 30 ft from cor No 4 Hanchett lode
of this survey, 1319.50 ft same bearing
to cor No 3 identical with location,
thence s 76 deg, 13 min w 300 ft to cor
No 4 Hanchett lode of this group, 450
tt same bearing to cor No 4 tianchett
lode, 600 ft same bearing to cor No 4
identical with cor No 1 Hanchett lode
of this gioup, thence n 23 deg, 48 min
w la.ou tt to cor INo 3 Des Moines lode
of this survey, 1215.23 ft same bearing
to intersection line 2-3 Delmar lode of
this group at s 71 deg, 33 rain w 603.31
ft from cor No 2. 1318.50 ft same bear
ing to cor No 1, the place of beginning.
The &aid mining claims being of re
cord in the office of Recorder of Deeds
as follows, to wit. Des Moines lode,
hook 15 record of mines, pages 43, 44,
15; Dallas lode, book 15 record of mines,
pages 39 and 10; Harrison lode, book 15
record of mines, pages 46, 47 and 48;
Galena lode, book 15 record of mines,
pages 13 and i9; Helen lode, book 15
recoid of mines, pages 45 and 16; Des
plain lode, book 15 record of mines,
page 37; Auburn lode, book 15 record
of mines, pages 10, 11 and 42; Delmar
lode, book 15 record of mines, pages 42
and 13; Boston lode, book 14 record of
mines of Cochise county, page 793;
Hanchett lode, book 11 record of mines
of Cochise county, page 795; Higgins
lode, book 14 record of mines of Co
chise county, page 791; Minnesota lode,
book 11 record of mines, page 550;
Danville lode, book 12 record of mines,
page 153; Delevin lode, book 12 record
of mines, page 151. At Tombstone, in
the-county and territory aforesaid.
The presumed general course or
direction of the veins, lodes or
mineral deposits of the above de
scribed lodes respectively Is shown
upon the plat posted on the
claim as nearly as can be determined
from present development, this claim
being for the linear feet of each lode
thereof as hereinabove set forth re
spectively, together with the surface
ground shown on the official plat afore
said. Ths said veins, lodes and mining
premises hereby sought to be patented
are bounded as follows, to wit:
On the north Block Jack and Sena
torlofdes,snrvey No. latter 1120, Copper
Oueeu Consolidated Mining Co., owner.
On the west Senator No. 2 and Buck
eye No 1120, Martin Costello, owner;
Annie No. 1021, Bob & John No. 1020,
John & James and Alma No. 1393, the
South Bisbeo Copper Mining &. Town
site Improvement Co., owners. On the
south Alice and Christmas '96 No.
1393, South Bisbeo Copper Mining &
Townsite Improvement Co., owner. On
tho eastRathmoon & Bengal, Brophy
& O'Hare, owners; Morning 'Star No.
1331, Copper Queen Consolidated Min
ing Co., owners; Del Norte, niggins &
Xct aroa Lowull lode.
Total area Helen lodo
Less area In conflict with
Lessaiea In conflict with
:et area Helen lode .92
Hum urea jjespiam lode...
Lsee urea In conflict with
i-es area in counict witn
Buckeye survey No. U20
Less area in couflict with a
part of Auburn lode
! Less area In conflict with
Lett area in conflict with
Auburn lode undUostou
Less area in conflict with
i Boston lode only ... .
Less area in conflict with
Net area Despluin lode ... .
Total area Auburn lode...
Less nreu in conflict with
Net aiea Auburn lode ...
Total area Delmar lode ..
Lcsb area in conflict with
Less area In conflict with
Den Moines lode
Net aroa Delmar lodo ...
Total area Boston loJe...
Less area in conflict with
Delmar and portion of
D?s Moines .
Less area in conflict with
Des Moinos lode only
Net area Boston lode
Not area Dallas lode . .
Not area Minnesota lode
Vet area Delevin lode
iet area Hanchett lode ...
Total area Higgins lode .
Less area in conflict with
Bensal lode unsurveyed
Net atea Higgin) lode
?lA ....in Tlnn.lltla Int.
Net arct Des Moines lode
Total area Harrison ioda
qurveyea eenEoi lode Z ?0o &or
Net area KarrUon bde 14. $40 acres
Net area lode claim 157.191 suits
Magnetic variation, 12 throughout.
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Galena,
Helen, Lowell, Desplain, Auburn, Del
mar, Minnesota, Boston, Des Moines,
Harrison, Danville, Hanchett, Dallas,
Di levin, Higgins, mines or surface
ground" are required to file their ad
verse claims with the Register of the
United States Land Office at Tucson.in
the Territory of Arizona, during the
sixty days period of publication hereof,
or they will be barred by virtue of the
provisions of the 9tatute.
Milton R. Moojsr, Register.
rirat publication July 16, 1800.
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Bank of Bisbee
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J. B. Asaics W. H. BKnpUy
M. J. CDNNINGUAM
W. U. Bropht, President
J." h5.y-Donar.AS, Vice-President
M. J. Ccnninoham, Cashier
Foreign hxehanse and TeWgraphto lraimfrrA to all Part of the World. Ao
counts of Individual, i'irra and Corporations solicited. Matters entrusted to
ourcuie wllliecelve piompt attention. Mexican money bought nnd old. Agency
for Nu Zralnnd Fir lnsurimop Compan.
M. J. JOHNSON ZS2l&y$'S&
Houses and Lets Bought and Sold on Commisiioo. .
Houses for Ren . Money Loaned X X X '
OFFICE: ANQIUS BUILDING, ROOM 3, BISBEE,
I COPPER OUEEN STORE f
SOME MARKED REDUCTIONS IN PRICES
INCIDENTAL TO THE SEASON j .
Thus early, in the very midht of wearing
and need time for you, we begin preparing our
stocks for the new season, some months ahead.
Very ofteu the preparation entails a lesser
profit, and in many cases no profit at all
but the loss is compensated for by having,
stpeks in condition and being free to receive
the best aud the choicest the new season has
to offer. Some of the goods the prices of
which have been affected by this preparation
and getting ready are:
Sh irt Waists
, Trimmed Hats, Walking Hats, Sailors
all, sorts of summer head wear for feminine
foljks. Scarcely a dozen trimmed hats left,
but the reduction in prices will make up for
the' lack of choice. Walking Hats, some for
as Jittle as fifty cents. For a dollar you may
pick from the best we have.
If the Shirt Waists were last year's f
styles we couldn't have paid less regard to the jP
cost than we have in remarking these waists l
all new aud desirable styles.
y 50c 75c 85c $1.25,
You'll find every waist we have under -
oue.of these prices. The 75 and 85 ones sold
for $1.25 and $1.50. At $1.25 you'll find4
waists.- that sold for $2-00, $2-50 and upwards.
Made to Order Clothing;
At Less than Usual
One of the largest tailoring- establishments we, represefat
ha9 decided to clow out many lines of summer piece goods
t&&lr preparation for fall. To do thU the rao?t effectual method
ha? been adopted a reduction In price. The difference ln
price we hand over to ou, and here are fifty-eight
sample to select from; not styles that you wouldn't want at
any price, but good, desirable cloths, and made jun ai care-
fully as though j 011 were paying full price. The saving to yohv
will be from two to ten dollars a suit, according' to the quality
jou select. You had better look these fifty-eight samples over,