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C00HI8E BEVIEW : FKIDAY EVENING, AUGUST 24. 1900
V. R. N. GREAVES, EDITOR
Entered at the Ppjtofilce.at Biabee,
Ariz., as second-class mail matter.
By Mail, One Year
Bv Carrier, One Month
Advertising rates will be made known
on application to this office. Legal pub
lications in conformity with Territorial
Statutes. Reading notices, 10 cents a
ine for each insertion.
Communications relating to new or
editorial matter should be addressed to
Editor Cochise Review
All remittances and busii'CM letters
etc., should be addressed to The Bisbhi:
5t BISBEE, ARIZ., AUGUST 24, 1900. j
THE OFFICE : Of SHERIFF.
,. - ., . ,,
The oinceot siieritt ot tne county
probably of more importance
than any other local official posi -
! Son in the gift of the people. The
"-'office of sheriff is one that carries
f -h. 'l xi- ii '. iu:i:i.:
Wlia. 11 WiO gitm wi xwpuubiumtns,.
The.pffice inoludes the care of the
-safety ottho people. It seeks tose-
. p i
oure an immunity from crime, and
outracefor peaceful and law abiding
oitizens. The sheriff must be a
man of strength of character, of
. great courage, and coolness in the
hour of danger.
There are several such men in
this district and one of them must
be' sheriff of the county.
The absolute withdrawal of John
Slaughter from official life, takes
outof the arena one of the great
examples of what an Arizona sheri
iff, with all that the term inoludes,
, 'John Slaughter has held the.
,, office ,of .sheriff for two terms, tind
vise noted as a man of undaunted
courage and cool daring. His cap
ture of the Nogales train robbers
will be remembered. The, camp of
, the bandits was discovered, near
- the-top, of. the Whetstone moun
' tains. - Mr. Slaughter removed his
boots and crepi on the men. Bert
JAlv'ord.and a Mexican, were with
him. One robber was killed and
one wounded before the deputies
x We-Bimply mention this to illus
trate'one side,' and the dark side
' too, of a sheriff's life where he
., seeks .to rid' the district of the mal
efactor. Mr. Slaughter will forgive this
'vfreedom"we take with his name.
-His intention is absolutely fixed as
faras official aspiration is con
,t cerned, and very probably Mrs.
--. Slaughter -objects to Beeing her
husband again in a position that
carries with it so 'much danger to a
iuiuj ,ui uts uoioiujiuouuu,
Again-, an administrative capac-
ity is "necessary, for the office re
quires a man who can stand at
the.head of that,office and direct
its numerous branches. In addi
tion it includes politic qualities,
for its dealings are with all sorts
and conditioni."of ' men, and one's
-subjects argkjfrequently to be han
dled with 'great caje.
There is, too, considerable dis-
.. : til, f ,...,,. ttr ..
UU331UU VYim iowioui,d w tuo
flrnnuino miflanitv of the criminal
creasing auuaouy ot ma uuunutu
Maacaa nf nn W rniinH ham hnf
VUKlawl "" wv - """
aonaninlKr in nnmliVinrino-pnnnfioj I
especially in neignooring countie?.
It is said that the use of firearms
IS IUUIO UBU.UWI, UUU VUlll. wio io- i
rlftlirtfiinm r,F nBifnlti rtlnasae rtF mar,
UOAIUUIUU JL Wl iUAJU umgoJUi u.uu
All this must be coped with and
put down. The idea oE reviving
'the 'Banger" system again is ab-
-surd. Oar good staunch oitizenss
are enough, Tho officers must be
directed by a reliable sheriff.
,Whore tha oitizsns ot tho neigh-
f borhood may, in odd instances, be
: too, free with tha pistol, and.this is
heinous crime, against our civili-
-2ation th9n the loaal offisors, and
the citizens, can and should deal
promptlywith tho outrage against
the well being of tho community.
OaaTluit la a Curlosa CombUtloa
S Bird, nptll aa
" ThtMttre many quadrupeds which
lay tgga. ThJ it comraonlythe case
with the eold-blooded quadrupeda,
auak aa the frog-, the crocodile, the
lizard and the turtle,. None of the.
warm-blooded varieties can be strict
ly said to lay eggs, but among the
lowest forms of this group there are
some which produce eggs, and hatch
them Inside their bodies The most
remarkable of these creatures is the
duck-mole, a nativo of Australia, a
curious combination of bird, reptile
and, mammal. It has the 'bill of a
duck, and the parts of the body which
are conce'rned with reproduction ,are
strikingly birdllke. -It' is,- .however,
clasied with warm-blooded quadru
peds, since its young are born alive;
the body is covered with hair, and it
has the habits and general structure
of a four-footed animal. This Platy
pus, as it is also called, frequents wa
ter holes in the less settled parts of
Australia, where it feeds upon insects,
and forms its home in burrows, under
the banks. The. young, hatched from
its eggs'before birth, are born blind
and bare of 'either fur or feather,
whilst unlike anything similarly
brought forththey are suckled by
the mother. When specimens were
first brought to England they were
looked upon as frauds', made up from
different skins to puzzleit he: public
A Dog 'Actor.
The nlav of ''Robinson Crusoe!! is now
riven in one oflhe "ParMbeaterB with
four animals in he cast "offactbrs.
( These are n goati a' monkey. apYroquet
chief of all, a 'dog who en-
the part of Robinson's faithful
ion, "Toby." ,.Theidog real
Faro, aml-a writer in La Na
, we says he will respond to that name
only when in the street or at his maa-
, tM.., home bm oa the ,tjge hran8W?e
promptly the cal'., Toby." When Rob
ia?n shoots a bird. '-Toby" runs and
picks it up. climbs irpaladderintnRob-
lnEon.B hutt and givca the.bIrd t0 rri.
day," whoacts as cook.
" Notice of Sheriffs Snle.
Wherons-, by vlrtuo pf an execution Wsued
out of tho Justice's cotirt of S. K. Williams,
n just Ire of tho pea co in nnd for Precinct
jfo. 2, C"unty of Cochise, nnd Toirltory of
Arizona, nnd dated tho thii'tUth doy of
July, A. J)., 1930, in u ccrtuiu action wlieioin
Otto W. Gelsenhqfer, is numfd ia plaintiff,
nhcioln said plulutiff recocrcd judgment
asainst William Pump, the defendant for
the sum of seveuty-ono ( f71) dollars in Jnw
f ul monoy of tho Uuited States of America,
nnd costs of suit now assessed at Kiev en and
one-half (11.50) dollars, oil the 30th day of
I have levied upon tho following described
property In Hartford Mining district, Coun
ty of Cochise, Territory of Arizona, to-wit':
The Native Copper Mluo," tho notice of
location of which la recorded in Book 17.
Records of Mines, at pngp 209, in tho office oi
tho county recorder of Cochise County.Arj
zona: also, the "Hulllon Mine," the notice of
location of which is recorded in Hook 11,
ltecords of Mines, utPatru 203: alio, the
"Homestead Mine," the notice of location of
which is recorded In Hook n'Records, of
Mlues, at page 207; Also, the "Pionoe Mine,"
the location notice of which is recorded In
Book 17, Records of Miuet, at pa?e206: all of
which o lain; s ore. reoorded in .the office of.
the County Recorder of Cochise County at
Tombstone. Arlzoun,to whlch recordti8
hereby made for a more definite description
of said minlnpproperty, -'
Therefore, Notice is hereby clven that ou
Wednesday, the 29th day of August, 1900, nt
2 o'clock p.m. of that day, lu front of the
court hour e door, at the county scat of Co
chise County, at Tombstone, Arlronn. I will
sell all the right, title and interest of ,sald
In and to the above described property, at
public sale by auction, for cash only, to the
highest and best bidder, to satisfy said ex
ecution and all costs.
Dated the 4th day of August, 1600. 1
By . Sheriff.,
Geo. Bbatik, Deputy Sheriff.
First publication, Aug. 8. 1900. .' ,v
Notice to" Creditors'.
Fstate of Patrick Cunningham, doc eased,
Notice is hereby civon by the und rslirned:
administratrix of tho nutate of Patilok.
Cu'inlngbam, decerns d, to tbo creditors of
and all persons hHvlng claims niraiust tha
sum (loccnt-eu, to oxdlli t tliem, lth tlionec
essiiiry voucher, within ten months after thn
first publication of this uotico. to the said
administratrix at HlsDce, tne same belug
the place for th trans 6tlnu df tiuslnessof
said estate, in suld county of ocliiso.
JUI IA CUNNINGHAM, ,
Adrn nistriitrlx of the Kstuto of Patrick
( unnluuham deceajed. '.
Dated at Ulsbee. A T this Urnt day of.
First puhlica Ion June 2. WOO
In the Dittrlot Coiiit, TlrstJndlcial'Dls.-,
u. ..lit... n u i j t T
Louise K. Prie.t, plaintiff, vs. Ernont w.
Action brought In tlio District Court of.
tne MMt J nciictnl mstriot or the Teir torj
ot Ai I701111, In niul for theCon i y of Joohlse,
nnd thp complaint fllml In the suld Colin'y
of Cochlte, lit tho otlloo of tho chjrk of suid
Dintr ot Court.
Tho lerrltory of Arle-ma sends irreotlnir
to Ernest W. I'rlost.
You are here 'ij required to appear In an
action brought against you hj tho ahovo
nnmod plii'ntitf. 1 outio K Prlest, n tbo
UUtrict Court ot the Hrt Judleiql District
of tho Territory of Arlona, In and for the
Comity of Coo ill so, and toaiitwei tho o'oin
plaint Ulod theieln, within ten da a (exolu.
nlveof the i) u J ofsorvlce) alter the service
on you of this suminon), (f served within
thin count) i or If served out of thia count)
'but In this district, within twenty dyai
othnrw so within thlrtv duva.) or Imlii-ftiftritLl
! ' 'lefaiiit will be tuHen uguiust juu nooord-J
i lllff to thopnoorof said complaint.
J no 8ain action is nroUKIit to ODtnln a dp-V
oree ot dlv rcn fromjlif bonds of infttrl
nony and for ueneral relief and for costs, tfj
010M under wy hulll nml thosoniofthel
"f'Vir0; ?Vr ?.LiT , Wi".
Co'i . y of Coohlse, thU Ztd.day of June, in
tho year of our Loril
unu inoiicnmi nina
A. II, K(ANU Ii.
I .. ... - Uiorlt.
"r,t "bllpntlon J"B ". 'bw
MINING APPLICATION NO. 720;
Survey No. 1331. 1
United States Kand Office )
Tucson, Arizona, August 15, 1900. j
Notico is horoby given that in pursu
ance of the United Statos mining laws
the Copper Queen Consolidated Mini'
ing company, a corporation organized
under tho laws of the state of Now
York, by its agent, Walter Douglas,
whoso post office address is Blsbee,'
Coohlse oounty, Arizona, has made aphtheaid'-veini lode -and mining prem
plication lor patent for 1331 linear feet
of the Mornlug Star lode miulrgiolalm
situated on unsurveyed land, Waireu
Mining District, Cochise county, Ter
ritory of Arizona, as described by the
official plat heiewith posted, and by
tho held notes on file m the office of
i tho Register of tho United States Laud
Office, Cilia Land District, Tucson, Arlf
zona, us follows, to-wit:
Magnotlo variation for all courses 12
deg 00 miu, east.
Beginning at cornor No. 1, identical
with comor-No. 2 survey No. 354 Mam
moth lode, and with corner No. 2 sur
voy 801 New York lode, a pine post in
mound of stones scribed Mmnmoth M
O. No. 2, 2-801 N. Y. and 1-1331,
wheuco U. S. Mineral Monument
No. 4 bears north 43 dog. 10 min
yJPg&rTfcyavJvWJhaSHCTK Trni,r, i-rrr-r T.i-r-iiTT-n-iriri-i-mT-Tn-rT-rtr-.nr.-ijirTin-rv-f-TTcrf
west 1005 feet; thenoo north &5 deg. 51
rain, oast on lino 2-3 Biirvey No. 861
New York lodo 48.5 feet to corner No.
2, identical with corner No. 4 survey no.
1056 Littlo Now York lodo, a pine post
In mound of stones scribed 4-1006 L. N.
Y. nnd 2-1U31; thence soutlv 41 deg. 49
rain, oust on line 4-3 survey no. 1050
Littlo New York lodo 473.5 foot to cor
ner no. 3, a pino post in mound of
stones scribed 3 1050 L. N. Y., 1-1347
and 3-1331 , tbOneeysonth aJ deg37
mlu. east on lidO-Gj-i survey 1347 Vir
giuia lodo'685.5' feet,'corner No 6 3ur
vey no. 1347 Virginia lode; 840 5 fee.t to
corner no.4, a pine post in mound of
stones scribed 4-1331; thouco south 50
dog. 39 min, west 278.2 feet to comer
No. 5, a pino post in mound of stones
scribod 5-1331; thence south 64 deg. 10
nun west on line 5-3 survey No. 1020
Hardsorablo lode, 254.9 feet to corner
no. 6, n pine post in mound of stones
soribed H. S. Ai. No. 3 and 0-1331;
thence north 1.7 deg. 47 min. west 407.3
feet to. corner no. 7, a pine post in
mound of atones soribed 7-1331; thence
south 68 deg. 42 min. west 65 feet to
comer no. 8, a pine post in mound of
stones soribed 8-1331; theuco north 47
dog.,21 mm. west 611 feet to corner no.
9, a pine post in mound of stones
scribed 9 lail; theuco north 48 deg. 04
min. west 212 feet to corner no. 10, a
pine post in mound ot stones scribed
10 1331; thence north 50 deg. 39 miu.
oast 550 9 feet tocorner no. 1, the place
Total "and net area of the Morning
Star lo'iej 15.02 acies.
The sa'id miuiug oiaim being of rec
ord in the office of the Recorder of
Cochise county, at Tombstone, in the
county and territory aforesaid, in book
2, page 429, Records of Mines.
. Thepresumed general course of di
rection of ttheloeid Morning Star lode or
I mineral deposit' being shown upon the
piui-pusieu uurewuu, usuuur as can oe
determined from present developments,-
this Eplaim, being for south 34
deg. 50 miu, easC64Q.feet to oorner no.
51 north-34' de. 50 min. west 199 feet,
then'oe north" '41 "deg. 20' min. west 492
feet "from-discovery-shaft, total 1331
linear feet thereof, together with the
surface ground shown upon the official
plat pouted herewith, the said vein,
lode ' and talning' premises hereby
sought to bo patented being bounded
as follows to-wit:r On the north by sur
vey no. 354 Mammoth lode and survey
no. 861 New York lode; on the east by
survey 1056 Little New York lode and
survey no, 1347 Virginia lode,, all
claimed by,Coppe.r Queen Consolidated
Mining company; on the south by sur
vey no. 1026 "Hardscrablo lode, the
South Blsbee Mining and Development
company claimant; on the west by the
juel iorteuode, claim, uneurveyed;Tom
Hifffrins claimant; the Galena lode
claim, unsurveyed, the Lowell & Ari
zona uimiaauij ana ine xjiuok uuck
IodefC.un surveyed, ,tho Copper QueSn
Consolidated Mining company and W.
M. Kendall claimant"." 'The said claim
being'desfgria'ted as mineral surve"yNo.
13-ti inrthef official plat posted here
with, "Any and all persons claiminci ad
versely the mining ground, -vein? lode',
"mirrftJK,claimor" surface ground" are re-
qulred-.tQ.flla their adverse claimswith
the ReplsterfPfthe.ynlted States Land
umce m i. ucson, in vuo xprruury oi
Arizona; during the "sixty days period
of' publication hereof,1 or they will be
barred .'bylrtUBjof the provisions of
J MILTON ;R. MOORE, R gister,
-First' publicatibn',Aug": 17, "190J.
-Last-pttbHoation06t. 16, 1900.
MINING APPLICATION N0r 72i.
-Survey No. 1SP3.
United States Land Office, )
Notice Is hereby given that'inpur
suapco ot nthOcUnited,, States mining
Mlnfng' company, a Corporation organ
ized "udder "'tlie'laws of the state of
New York, Jbyrdtst agent, Walter Doug
las, .whoe;post-pfflcejaddress is Blsbee,
Cochise oourityj Arizona, has made ap
plication forpateht for'1500 linear feet
ot the -Sweepstake lode ""-mining claim,
situated; on junsurveyed land, Warren
district, -Cochise, country, Territory if
ArlzonaAas'de'scribed by the official
plat herewith posted, and bythe Held
nottJsiWflleiinHhe 'oiDceof tho Regis
ter of '.tiler United' States Laud Office,
GiiaJand 'district, Tucson,, Arizona, as
Magnetic variation for all courses,
11 "deg.1 a5T min. east.
--i Beginnings at corner no, J, identical
withjSonthweat ,porner of the location,
and with'corner No. 2 survey No 1186
"White Tailed Deer" lode, a pine post
'In momubof stones- scribed 2-1186 W
,TDanoVJ.138ifc-whence U. S. M, M.
No. 3 bears, south 6,?deg. 66 min. east
2H56 feet distant; thence north Wl deg.
iQ min.Tvest online 2-3 survey no 1 186
White Tailed Deer" lode 1500 feet to
cornor -Nc-2, a ipino post in modnd of
stones, soribed 3-,ll86 W, T.D.and2
13. theucejiortb. 60 deg. 38 muf, east
eOOfeet td-'cornerNo.-S, a pine pbst in
mound of stones scribed 3-1338; thence
south. -37 dog, 26 , min, east 1500 feet to
o rner No, 4, a pine, post .with mound of
stones scribed 4-j3s3; the
nde bouth bu
defe.J38rmin. vreit 600-'feet to corner no.
,1, the;place.of , .bcginulbg.
'Xol&l vand net area. bweepstaKe loae
20 (10 .acres.
' The saidminlng claim being of. reo
"ord- lnto dfflce of the Recorder of
KCoohiee;oounty, at Tombstone, in the
6Jr3affe.606.'Rocbrdof .Miues. Thd pre-
gumed general course or direction of
iuu 3tuu oweopautKO voiu, iuuk ur uiiu-
eral' deposit-being shown upon tho plat
potedrnerewith.aa near as can be do
,tef nflne'd f rpmlpreseut" developments,
thls'claifr being for north 37 deg. 0
'nilii. westIft2 -todt," and south 37 deg
26fmin.cesst'j58jfeet from discovery
ahvtgtp.Wtl loOQ.llnoar feet thoreol, to
'gether with' the Burf ace 'ground shown
upmrtbe oincia'l'plat posted horewith,
ieetf herebViBOURhtitO be patented be-
iug-bpunded as tollawa. to-wit: On the
southwestTbyTsuivey no. 1186 "White
Tall6d-Deor"ldde,-the Copper Queen
Consolidated Mining company claim-
4unt JPhere. ara, no" other known ad
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely") anypbrtlon of said lodo, min
lugt Qlalm or surface, ground aro re
quired 'to file their adverse claims with
thejleglsten oftho United States Lund
,Offlce at Tuoson, in tho Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days porlod
of publication Hereof, or they will be
barred by virtue of the provisions of
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Aug. 17, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 10, 1WQ0. I
MINING APPLICATION NO. 719.
Survey No, 1478,
United STAxrs Lasd Offiok,
TllrBfiW. Allf7n. Amrllel 11. 10.VI
Notlcxi Is hereby Bleu thut Thomas IHfr
trlns ami K. C lVnnpr. wlmp nost ofllcfi ml.
drpss is liisbee, Cochis.0 county, Arizona Ter
rltoiy.huvo this day filed their application
for ft patent for 1100 linear feet of the Del
Norte mine or vein, benrinp copper nnd
other metnls, with surfnto ground 500 feet
in width, situated in Wtirrea lulnintr dis
trict, county of Cochise nnd Territory of
Arlzotin.nnd designated by the fleH notes
und official plat on file in this office ossuney
No. 1478, opproxlmntoly in tdwushiri No. 23
south, range No 24 past (unsurveyed) of Gila
nnd Salt River bast and meridian, Arizona,
snid survey No 1478 beinc described as fol
Beglnnin? at cor. No 1, tho nw, cor , Iden
tical with the se cor. Auburn lode and on
the s. sido line Galena clolm at s 63detr. 27
min, SO seo w 427.60 foet from the so. cor. of
thatclnlm. a pino post scribed 1-14,78-D.N L ,
whence original location bears n. 75 deg. 10
min u.42 40fcot. and U. . mineral monn
nient No. 4 bears n 23 deg 47 min w 2859
feet; thenco s 19 deg. 07 min. e 271 00 feet to
n ..! ..... ...I... In. In Rift n.t . nn.
fLearing to cor No 2, Identical with the so.
and ne. corneis of tiie Auuuru nnu uei .unr
nlnlrrs respectively, a nine post scribed 2-1478-U
N L i thence 8 19 deg. Oi min. SO sec. e to
center e end Del Mnr lode, belntr 294 00 feet,
same benring 5S7 93 feet to cor. No. 8, Identi
cal with the se. and no, corners of the Del
Moi and Harrison lodes respectively, n pine
uost scribed 3-1178-DN.L.; thence s 19 deg
14 min e. 242 20 feet to cor. No 4, the w cor ,
'dentlcnl With location and with the mv, cor.
Hlpglns lodo, an iron pin set in bed rock,
chiseled 40473-D N L ; thenco n. 71 deg 31
min. o 200 80 feet to n end center Higglns
lode 249 40 feet, sumo tieoring to cor. No. 8, a
pine post scribed 5-1478-D N.L,; thence N 65
deg. 27 miu 83 seo e. 185.20 foer to cor. No.
6, the sn cor., whencfi original location
beorsn 79deg,50min e. 114.00 foet; thence n.
18 deg. 18 min w 917 40 feet to cor. No 7,
identical with cor No. 8 Hardscrabb'e lode
No. 1026. and No 6 Morning Stnr lode No
1381,8plnepo8tscrilipd7'1478-D.N L : thence
n 17deg.47mln w467 SOfecttocor. No.8.tbe
ne. cor., identical with location nnd with
cor No 7Mornlnsr Stnr Lodo No. 1831. a pine
post scribed 8-147S-D N L. ; thence s eadeg 42
min w 61 83fcottocor No 9, identical with
cor No 8 Morning Star lode No 1331, and
with se cor Oolena lode a pine pout
soribed 9-1478-D N L ; thenco 8, 65 deg. 27
min. 30 sec w. 427 60 feet to cor. No 1, the
pi nee of beginning.
Magnetic variation 11 deg. 47 min. o., con
taining 14 41 acres
The location of this mine is recorded in
the Recorder's effico of Deeds in book 12,
page 452, Record of Mines, at Tombstone, in
thcquuty and territory aforesaid. ,
- -The adjoining (ihiimnnts nre-on the north
Galena lode, ToweH &Arlona Copptr Min
ing and Simltlng oompany owners: Morning
Star No" 1B31, Ccpper Queen' CbBT-M ning
company owners; on 'the west Auburn, Dol
Mar and Hnrilaoa lodes, Lowell & Arizona
Copper Mlnlne & Smelthisc company owners;
on the south HlgginB lode, same owners; on
the cast Hard Sprnbblq lode tNo,10?6, South
Blsbee Coppor Mining nnd Townsite Im
provement company owners; Morning Star
lode No 1S31, Copper Queen Con Mining
Any and all persons claiming adversely
nny portion of said Del Norte mine or sur
face ground aro required to file their ad
verse claims w lth tho Rogister of the United
States Land office at Tucson, in the Terri
tory of Ari7ono, during the sixty doys' pe
riod ot publication hereof, or thoy will be
barred by virtue of tho provisions of the
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication August 14, 1930.
Last publication Ootober 18, 1930
MINING APPLICATION NO. 718.
Survey No. 1479.
United States Land OrnoE,
T.DCSON, AMZo;jA1.AtigU8t 11,1930. i
Notico lo hereby blven"'ihatThomaBlHB
Cine, jvhose post-office, address is Blsbee, Co
chise comity, Arizona territory, has this day
filed his applioation for patent. "for 1500
ljneari feet ofthe Mugentu minever vein,
hearing copper andv other metnlg, with sur
face ground GOO feet in widtii, situated in
TjVarren mining district, county 'of Cochise
and Territory of Arizona, and designated
by the field notes and official plat on file In
this office 6s survey No. 1479, approximately
In township No. 23 south, ranset 24 east (un
surveyed), of Gila and Salt River baso and
meridian. Arizona, slid surveyNo.,H9 be
Id? described a a .follow, to-wit: t
"Beeinnliisc 8t cor. so. 1, the ne. corner of
location, identical with cor- !fo?l William
A lode.::o. 1J94, nnd corners xo. 4and 1 nf
the AtlBa and Alabama lodea'reapectlvely,
NoX 1893, a pine post acribedl.H79M.L.
whence U. S. mineral monument so, 4 bears
no'eir. M min. W. 7200 feet! thence 8.18dee;.
'-40'minEw,800 feet to n. end cehter600 feet,
same bearlne to cor. No-LVa pine post
scribed 2-1479-M.L.; thence a 17 deg. S3 min.
e. 2W S6eet"to cor. xar 3, n pine post sorliied
3-H79-ML ; thence 9, lTdefrv;10 min. e. SO 16
feettocor. Ko 4, h pine bbst1 scribed 4-1479-M.L.;
thence s 6 dee 17 min. w. 19175 feet
to cor. No. 5, a p!iie0po9tsorJbod-U79-ML.;
thence a. 17deff S3 min. e 1018 11 feet tooor.
no 6;thosw. c6r v-apino posf'scrlbed 6-1479-M
L.; thence n7Sdesr. 40, min. o. 600 feet to
cor no 7, tho so. cor , a plnn post scribed
7-1479-M L ; thcucc n. 17dep S3 min. w. 1500
ft. to cor. jOt1. theplncjiof beciiinhig.
Meguetic variation 11 deg, V min. east,
containing 20 S3 acres ""
The location of this mine I ) -recorded in
the Recorder's office of Deeds of Cochise
county,, iu book 14, Record of Mines, page
The adjoining clMmmits, are on the north
William A.,Atloe,Bay State, Nosl 1391. 1393,
1394 respectively, owners the South Ulsbee
Copper Mining and Townsite Improvement
company: on the south, vacant ground: on
the west Bay State and bouth Pole, No. 1394.
ow ners the South Bisbee Copper Mining and
Townsite Improvement 'company; pn the
east the Alabama, No,. 1393,'same owners.
Any and all persons claiming adveraelyiany
portion of said Mucenta mind or surface
ground are reciulrcd to file their adverse
claims with tho Register of theUuitedStates
Land Office nt Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty daVat period of
publication hereof, or thoy will be barred
by virtue of the provisions of the'statute,
MILTON Rt MOORE, Register.
First publication August 14. 1900.
Last publication October 13, 19$)
forcst Lieu Selection No. 107.
United States Lasd Officr j
Tucbon, Arizona, July 11, 1900. J
Notico la hereby given that John H.
Slaughter, whom pottofflco address ia Bls
bee, Cochise county, Arizona,' hua made ap
plication to select under the Act of June 4,
i697, (SO Statt, 86) tho followinc -described
Tlrat 10 acres, unaurveyed, on weat slope
Stein's Peak, In Guadalupe canyon, Cochfao
county Arizona, In what will be-T. 24S., it.
&., 0. and S. It. B. and M. The Initial point
markiuff center of tract la a wnate pipe in
center of amall rock and cement dam In a
small aide canyon leading northnent Into
QuHdalupe canyon, from which Initial point
monument ivo. 73 ot uouuunry uetneen u.o.
and Mexico boors S. SO deg. ii miu., .W. S7S6
Second 40 acres, unsurveyed.on west alop
Steln'a Peak, Cochise couilty, Arizona, in
hat will be T. 23-S., It. S-K. Q. otid S. R. B.
unit U. The initial point mnrkiuc center of
iruct Is a cross about 8 in. Ions; between
letters S chiseled oil a comeut rock, aituate
on the break of flat above bottom of Syca
more creek, about one mile up creek from
house known aa "Old Smjth Rauche." From
'said initial paint whito oak tree 2 ft. diam
eter bcara N. 20 doc 44 min.. E. 3 ft., acrlbed
"S. S, ranch In. Pt.B. T." N. E. cor. rulna
ndolie house 12x10 ft. bears S. 79 deg. 10 min.
W. 891 ft. Whito oak tree 12 lu, dlamvter
scribed "B. T." boara N. 53 de. 20 mIu.,E. 13H
It. White oak tree 14 lu. diameter, center
stem, acrlbed WB. T." bcurs S. 18 dcp. 50 mln
E. ISO ft. Three conical hills boar aa follows:
S. 65 dec E. about K mile, S. 43 doc 45 mln.
V. about K mile. S. 53 dec 30 min. W. about
one mile. Locating monument of rocks 8V$
ft. bnse,2V ft. hleh on summit hill overlook
ing Sun Bernardino valley benra SS6deg. 44
min., W. 8S77 ft. From snid locating moult
ment San Jose Peak, Sonora, Mexico, bears
S. '7 di'g. 35 min., W. about 60 miles. Monu
meutKo.77of boundary between U. Si and
Mexico bears S. 57 deg. 8 mln., W. approxi
mately 12 milts.
Within tho next thirty dnys from the dote
of the first publication of this notice protests
or contests against tho selection on the
grputul that tho laud described, or any por
tion thereof. Is more valuable for its miner
als thau ngriuulturnl purposes, will bo re
ceived und noted for icport to the Commis
sioner of the General Land Ofllce.
Milton It. Moohe, Resistor.
First publication J uly 17. 1900.
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