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OOOHISE REVIEW s WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 10. 1900
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Arrives Tuesdays, Thursdays and
Bisbee Headquarters at Greene Con
solidated Copper Company's Office,
Rooms 11 and 12 Angina Hotel.
Cananea Headquarters, Greene Con.
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Bisbee - Arizona
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Money Loaned and Invested.
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for a I kinds of mining and milling
pi tint e.
Assays made in Dupli
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Qualitative und quantitative analyses
made of any mineral substances.
Surveys of Patents In
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Dealer in Watches, Clocks,
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MAIN STREET, . BISBEE, ARIZ.
' Forest Lieu Selection No. 107.
United States Land Ofpiok j
Tucson, Arizona, July li, 1000. j
Notice Is hereby pivon that John H.
Slaughter, whoso postoffico address is Bis
bee, Cochise county, Arizona, has made ap
plication to select undor tbo Act of June 4,
1S97, (80 Stat., 88) tho followhiK described
A'll.V IV IMil.ai IIU.IU IUJVU) VII ttwo M.wi'w
Stein's Peak, in Guadalupo oanyon, Cochise
county Arizona, in wnnt win uo T. zi-., it.
82-E., G. and S. R. B.nnd M. The Initial point
marking center of tract is a waste pipe in
center of small rock and cement dnm in a
smull side eanyon loading northwest into
Guadalupe canyon, from which initial point
monument No. 73 or boundary between U. S.
and Mexico bears S. 80 deff. 26 mln., W. 37bt)
Second 40 aoros, unsurvoyod,on west slope
Stein's Peak, Cochise county, Arizona, in
what will be T. 23-S.. It. 32-E. G. and S. it. B.
and U. Tho initial point marking center of
tract is a cross about 8 in. lontr between
lottors S chiseled on a comont rock, situate
on the break of flat above bottom ol Syca
more creek, about ono mile up creek from
house known as "Old Smith Rancho." From
said initial point white onk troo 2 ft. dium
eter boars N. 28 deg. U min.. E. 3 ft., scribed
"S. S. ranch In. Pt. B. T." N. E. cor. ruins
adobe house 12x10 ft. bears S. 79 deij. 10 mln.
W. 891 ft. White oak troe 12 in. diameter
scribed "B. T." bears N. 58 dee. 20 min.,E. 1VA
ft. White oak tree 14 in. diameter, centor
stem, sorlbod "B. T." boars S.18 deir. 50 niin.,
K. 129 ft. Three conical hills bear as follows:
S. 63 deg. K. about lA mile, S. 43 depr. 45 miu.
W. about H mile, S. 53 defy. SO mln. W. about
ono, mile. Locating monument of rocks 3Vj
ft. base,2V ft. high on summit hill overlook
ing San Bernardino valley bears S. 30 deg. 14
min., W. 3S77 f t. From said locating monu
ment San Jose Peak, Sonora, Mexico, bears
S. 77 dog. 35 min., AV. about CO miles. Monu
ment No. 77 of boundary between U. S. and
Mexico bears S. 57 dog. 8 mln., W. approxi
mately 12 miles.
Within tho next thirty days from tho date
of the first put Mention of this notice protosts
or contests nalnst the selection on tho
ground that the land described, or any por
tion thereof, is more valuablo for its miner
als than agricultural purposes, will be re
ceired and noted for report to tho Commis
sioner of tho General Land Office.
Milton K. Moorb, Register.
First publication Julv 17 1900.
MINltfti APPLICATION NO. 718.
Survey No 1479.
United States Land Office, j
Tucson, Abizona, August 11, 1900. j
Notice Is hereby given that Thomas Hig
gins, whose post office address is Bisbee, Co
chise county, Arizona territory, has this day
filed his application for a patent for 1500
linear feet of tho Magenta mlno or vein,
bearing copper and othor mctnli, with sur
face ground 600 feet in width, shunted in
Warren mining district, county of Cochise
and Torritory of Arizona, and designated
by the field notes and official plat on file in
this offlco ns survey No 1479, approximately
in township No 28 south, range 21 oast (nn
surveyed), of Gila and Salt River base and
meridian. Arizona, said survey No 1479 be
ing described ns follows, to-wit:
Beginning at cor. No 1, tho no corner of
locntlon. identical with cor. No. 1 William
A. lode No 1394, and corners No 4 and 1 of
tho Atlas and Alabama lodes respectively,
No. 1393, a plno post scribed 1-1479-M L
whouce U S. mineral monument No t bears
no deg. 51 mln w 7200 feet: thence s 78dee.
40 min. w, 300 feet to n, end centor, COO feet,
same bearing to cor. no 2, a pine potit
scribed 2-1479-M.L ; thence s 17 deg 33 min.
o. 250.38 feet to cor No 3, a pino postscriocd
3-1479-M L.; thencos. 71 deg 10 mln e 98.16
feet to cor No. 4, n pine post scribed 4-1470-M.L.
; thence s 6 deg 17 mln. w 100 75 feet
to cor, No, 5, a pine post scribed 5-1479-M.L ;
thence s. 17 deg 83 mln. o. 1018 11 feet to cor.
no 6, tho sv cor , a pino post scribed 8-1479-M
L.; thence n 78 dog 40 mln o 600 feet to
cor No 7, tho se cor., a pine post scribed
7-1479-M L.; theucon 17 dog 83 min. w 1500
ft. to cor, No 1. the place of beginning
Magnotlo variation 11 deg 15 mln. cast,
containing 20.33 acres
The location of this mlno Is recorded in
tho Recorder's office of Deeds of Cochise
county, in book 14, Record of Minos, page
Tho adjoining claimants aro on tho north
William A., Atlas, Bay Stato, Nos. 1391,1393,
1894 respectively, owners tho South Bisbee
Copper Mining and Townsito Improvement
company: on tho south, vacant ground; on
tho west Boy State and South Po)n, No ISO,
owners the South Bisbee Copper Mining and
Townsito Improvement company; on tho
oast the Alabama, no 1393, same owners
Any and all persons claiming adversely any
portion of said Mugontn mine or surface
ground are reniilred to fllo their adverse
claims with the Register of tho United States
Land Office at Tucson, in the Territory of
Arizona, during the sixty days' period of
Gubllontion hereof, or they will bd barred
y virtuo of the provisions of the statute
MILTON R MOORE, Register.
First publication August 14. 1000.
Last publication October 13, 1900
MINING APPLICATION NO. 719.
Survey No. 1478,
United States Land Ofitioe, I
Tucson, Aiiizona, August n, 1900. I
Notlco Is hereby given that Thomas Hlg-
Sins and V, C. Fonnnr, whoso post office ad
rcss Is Bisbee, Cochise county, Arizona Ter
ritory, have this day filed their application
for a patent for 1400 linear feet of tho Del
Norto mlno or vein, bearing copper and
othor motnls, with surfneo ground 500 feet
In width, situated In Wr.rron mining dis
trict, county of Cochieo nnd Torritory of
Arizonn, and designated by the field notes
nud official plat on fllo in tills office as sunov
No. 1478, approximately in township No. ii I
south, rnngo No 21 oast (unsurveyed)of Gila
and Salt River bnso and meridian, Arizona,
said survey No 1478 being described ns fol
Beginning at cor. no. 1, tho Nv. cor , iden
tical with the ne cor. Auburn lode nud on
the s. side lino Galena claim at s. GS deg. 27
mln. 80 seo. w. 427.60 feet from tho so. cor, of
that oUlm, a pine post scribed 1-1478-D.N.L,,
whenco original location bears n. 75 deg. 10
min w. 12.40 ieet, und U. 3, mineral monu
incut No, 4 bears u. 23 deg. 47 mln. w 2359
feet; thenco s. 19 deg. 07 min. . 274.00 feet to
e. end center Auburn lode, 546X0 feet, same
bearing to cor. No. 2. identical with the so,
and no. corner., of the Auburn nud Del Mar
claims respectively, n pine post scribed 2-1178-D
N L ; thouco s 19 (leg. Oi miu. .'SO ceo. e. to
center o. end Del Mar lodo, boing29l 00 feet,
sonio boaring 537 90 foot to cor. No. 3, identi
cal with the so. and ne. corners of tho Del
Maraud Harrison lodes respectively, a iue
post scribed 3-1178-D N.L,; thoiiee s. 19 deg
14 miu n. 212.20 feet to cor. No. 4. the siu . cor .
identical with location and w jth the n . oor,
Hlggius lodo, an iron pin set In bed rock,
chisoleo 4-1478-D N I. ; thence n 71 deg 31
mln. o 200 SO feet to it end center Hlggius
lodo 249 40 feet, same bearing to cor No 6, a
pine post scribed 5-1473-D N L ; thenco N. 03
deg. 27 miu 30 sec o 135 20 feet to cor No
6, the so cor , whence original location
bears n 79deg SOmin 0.114 00 ieet; thenco n
13 deg 18 min w 917 40 loot to cor No 7,
identical w 1th cor No. 3 Hardscrabblo lode
No 1026. and No (I Morning Star lodo No
1331, a plno post scribed 7-1473-D N L ; thence
n 17deg 47min w4G7 SOfeettocor No. 8, the
no for., identical with location and with
cor o. 7 Morning Star Lodo No 1331. a pine
post scribed 8-1473-D N L.; thouco s. 63dog.42
miu w. 61 80 feot to cor No. 9, identical with
cor No, 8 Morning Star lodo No 1331, and
with se. cor. (Jalenn lodo a pine post
scribeil 9-1478-D N L. ; thenco s- 65 deg. 27
mln. SO seo w 427 60 feet to cor No l.tho
place of beginning
Magnetic vnrlutlon 11 dec 47 mln o , con
taining 14 41 acres
Tho location ot this mino is recorded In
the Recorder's office of Deeds in book 12,
pago 452, Record of Mlues, at Tombstone, In
tho county and territory aforesaid.
The adjoining claimants uro on tho north
Galena lodo, Lowell & Arizona Copper Min
ing and Sniolting company ownors; Morning
Star No. 1331, Ccppor Queen Con. Mining
company owners; on the west Auburn, Del
Mar and Harrison lodes, Lowell & Arizona
Copper Mining & Smelting company owners;
on the &o"th Higgins lode, same owners; on
tho east Hard Scrabble lodo No-1026, South
BIsbeo Copper Mining and Townsito Im
provement coinpauy ownors; Morning Star
lode No 1331, Copper Queen Con Mining i
Any and all persons claiming adversely
nny portion of said Del Norto mino or sur
faco ground nro required to fllo their ad
verso claims with tho Register of the United
States Land office at Tucson, in tho Terri
tory of Arizona, during tho sixty days' pe
riod ot publication hereof, or they will be
barred by virtuo of tho provisions of tho
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication August 14, 1000.
Last publication October 13, 1900
Prociamation of Election,
Tebritory of Ahizona, j
Whereas, Under nn act of the Legisiatlvo
Assembly of the Torritory, entitled "Elec
tions," and approved March 8, 1837, it is pro
vided that tliere shall bo held throughout
tho Territory, upon tho Tuesday after the
first Monday in November, A. I). 183S, and
every two jears thereafter, an o eotion for
members of tho legislative assembly, and
such othor officers as may bu required by
lau, shall be chosen at such election; and
Whereas, It is further provided in said
act that at least tnlrty days before each gen
eral eiectioi the Governor must issue an
Election Proclamation, under the Grunt Seal
of the Territory uud transmit lopies there
of to the Clci'ks of the Boards of Sutorvis
ors of tho counties in which pilch ejections
aro to bo hold; such proclamation to con
tain a stateniriit of tho time of tho election
aud tho offices to bo filled, and tho offor of
a reward in tho form prescribed by said act.
NOW, THEREFORE L Nathan O. Murphy,
Governor of Arizona, in pursuance of the
duty enjoined upon me, do hereby order n
general o eitK n to bo held on the Tuesday
after the first Monday in November, A. D.
1900. and tho offices to be filled at such elec
tion I do hereby designate to bo as follows,
One Delegate totheFifty-sevonthCongro3s
of tho United States.
Twelve members of tv.e Couuoll of tho Leg
islative Assembly of Arizona, and twenty
four members ot the Houso of Representa
tive of the Legislative Assembly of Arizona,
apportioned ngrcoably to existing laws as
Apache countyi ono member of the Coun
cil and one member of tho Houso of Repre
sentatives; Coconino cojinty, ono raombor of
tho' Council and one member of tbo House
if Representatives; Cochiso county, one
member of the Council and thicemombers
of tho H'Uso of Representatives; Gila
county, one member of the Council aud ouo
member of ho House of Representatives;
Graham county, ono momber of tho Council
and two members of tho Houso of Repre
sentatives; Maricopa county, one member of
the Council and four members cf the House
ot Repro8ntativcs; Mohave county, one
member of tho Council und one member of
theHjiiseof RopiesentntU'cs; Navajo coun
ty one member ot tho Council and ouo mem
ber of the Houso of Representatives; Pimu
county, ono inembor of the Council Jointly
with tr.e county of Santa Cruz and three
members of the H'-use of Representatives:
Pinal county, ono momber of tho Council
and two members of the House of Repre
sentatives; Santa Cruz county, ono member
of the Council jointly with tho county of
Pima, as aforesaid, and one member of tho
House of Representatives: Yavapai county,
ono momber of tho Council and ono member
of the Home of Representatives: Yuma
county, ono mombor of the Council and ouo
memuor ot tne House ot iiopresentauves.
And thero shall bo elected lu each county
of tbo Territory iuo Prnbato Judge, one
District Attorney, ono Sheriff, ono Treas
urer, ono Recorder, ono Surveyor, two mem
bers of the Board of Supervisors, excopt
thut in tho county of Cochise there shall be
elected throe members of tho Bonrd of Su
pervisors, and in tho county of Santa Cruz
thero shall bo elected three members of tht
Board of Supervisors, and in each county of
the first class and in each county of tho sor
did class ue Assessor shall bootectcd; also
iu the several precincts of oacn county ono
Justico of tho Peace and ono Constdblo shall
bo elected, and in such precincts as uro onti
tied to two Justices of the Peace and two
Constables that number shall bo elected.
There shall uito be elected In each county
of tho first clnsa ouo CountySchool Super
intendent. AND I DO HEREBY oiler a rsward or fifty
dollars for tho arrest and conviction of any
person violating any of the provisions of
Title IV, Part 1 of the Penal Co e.
IN WITNESS WHEREOI-' 1 havo horounto
set my hand nud caused tbo Great Seal of
the Territory to be hereunto affixed.
Done at Phoenix, the Capital, this 27th day
of Soptember, A. D. 1900.
N. O. MURPHY.
By tho Govornor.
Secretary of tho Territory of Arizoua.
A1INING APPLICATION NO. 723.
Survey No. 1476.
United States Land Office, )
Tucson, Aiiizona, August 29, 1900. ,
Notico is horoby given that M. J.
Rrophy nnd E. B Mason, whoso post
oillco.uddross is Bisbee. Cochiso coun
ty, Arizonn territory, liuvo this day
(lied their application for u patent for
1000 linear foot of tho Sorrol Horse
lodo, mine ov vein, bearing copper and
othor metals, with surfneo ground
;522.20 feci in width, situiitod in Warren
mining district, county of Cochiso and
Territory of Arizona, and designated
by tho Hold notes and oillcial pint on
illo in this otllco ns survey i. umber
1470, approximately in township no. 23
south, rnngo 24 east (unsurvoyod), of
Gila and Salt Rivor Baso and Merid
ian, said survoy No. 1470 being as fol
lows: Beginniug at cor. No. 1, tho nw. cor.,
a piuo post 6cribed 1-1470-S.H.L ,
whence original location, idontlcal with
cor. No. 1 Oaklahomu lode, survoy No.
13'JS, and with tho so. and sv. corners
of tho unsurvoyed Steubon and Comet
claims respectively, bears n. 0 deg. 45
min. w. 0.."8 foot, and U. S. Mineral
Monument No. 4 boars u. 49 deg. 11
mln. IJO soo. w. .w84 feot; thonco u. 50
dec. 52 min. .'50 sec. o. 2.75 feot to cor.
No. 2, tho no. cor., u pino post scrlbod
2-1470-S.H.L., whence original location
bears u. Hi deg. 41 miu. w. 8.43 feot;
thonco b. 10 deg. 44 miu. o. 079.77 feet
to cor No. 3, tho so. cor., identical
witli location and with sw. cor. unsur
voyod Pay Day claim, a piuo post
scribed 3-147G-S H.L.; thouco o. 50 deg.
52 min. 30 sec. w. 221 feot to origiuul
location for s. ond coutor 322 2 foot,
Bamo boaring to cor. No. 4, tho sw. cor.
identical with location and on the lino
2-3 Oaklahoma lodo survoy No. 1398 at
n. 0 deg. 45 min. w. 297.40 feet from
cor. No. 3; thence n. 0 deg. 45 min. w.
to e. side centor Oaklahoma lode sur
vey No. 1398 412.00 feet, 1113.02 feet,
samo bearing to cor. No. 1, tho place
Magnetic variation 11 dog. 45 miu.,
containing 3.505 acres
Tbo location of this mino is recorded
in tho Recorder's ollico of Deeds, page
370, in book 14 Rocortl of Mines of Co
chiso county at Tombstone, in the
county and territory aforesaid.
The adjoining claimants are: On the
north Steuben and Comet, Granville
owner; on east Pay Day, Granville
owner; on tho south New Era and Co
chiso, Mathias and Strong owners; on
tho west Oaklahoma No. 1398, Thomas
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Sorrol
Uorso lodo, mino or surfaco ground aro
required to file their adverse claims
with the Register of tho United States
Land Ollico at Tucson, in tho Territory
nf Arivnna rititir fln aivf-TT Icufk' r,a.
riod of publication hereof, or they will
oe oarrea ny virtue or tue provisions
of the statute
MILTON R. -MOORE, Register,
First publication Sept. 1, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 31, 1900.
Survey No. 1475.
United States Land Office, i Magnetic variation 11 deg. 47 min. e.,
Tucson, Arizona, August, 291900. j ' containing 02 790 acres.
Notice is horoby given that M. J. The location of this mine is recorded
Brophy and Martin O'Haro, whoso post in the Recorder's office of Deeds, Ben
otllco address is Bisbee, Cochise coun-1 Ral aud Rathmoon, book 12, page 411,
ty, Arizona territory, havo this day Hard Cash and Nellie, Record of Mines,
filed their application for a patent for , book 12, pugo 412, at Tombstone, in the
.io;;.s.u, ioiv, iu-u, xwu iiuuui icul ui mo
Hard Cash, Nellie, Rathmoon,. Bengal,
respectively, mines or veins bearing
copper and othor metals, with surfaco
ground 600, 576.4, 570.4, 593 feet, respec
tively, in width, situated in Warren
mining district, county of Cochise and
Territory of Arizona, and dosignated
by tho field notes and official plat on
file in this office as survey number
1475, approximately in township No.
23 south, range No, 24 east (unsur
veyed) of Gila und Salt River Base and
Meridian, said survey No. 1475 being
dosoribed as follows, to wit:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the nw. cor.
identical with location and with cor.
No. 4 Baton Rouge lodo No. 1398 and
Hard Sorabble lode No. 1026, cor. No. 6,
a pine post scribed 1-1476-R. L., whence
U. S. Mineral Monument No. 4 bears n.
33 deg. 44 min. w. 4397.00 feet; thence s. 1
deg. 17 min. 15 sec. e. 117 feot to cor. No.
5 Bengal lode of this group 1120 feet,
samo k earing to cor No 2, tho sw. cor.,
idontlcaUwith corners No. 4, 4, 1 of the
Bengal, Hard Cash and Nellie lodes,
respectively, all claims of this group,
a piuo post scribed 2-1475-R.L., 288.20
feet, same beariug to s. end center, a
pine post scribed 1475-R.L. 576 40 feet,
same bearing to cor. No. 3, the so. cor.,
identical with cor. No. C Nellie lode of
this group, a pino post scribed 3-1475-RJL.;
thence n. 0 deg. 45 miu. w. 1019.80
feet to cor. No. 4, identical with cor. No.
1 Oakland lodo No. 1398, a pine post
scribed 4 1475-R.L,, whence original lo
cation boars, n. 0 deg. 45 min. e. 101.40
feet; thencoit 87 deg. 45 miu. w. 15 feet
to cor. No. 5, identical with cor. N". 4,
Oregon lodo To. 1398, a pine post
scribed 5-1475-R.L.; thenco u. 0 deg. 17
min. w. 99.60 feot to jor. No. 6, identi
cal with cor. No. 3 Baton Kougo lode
No. 1398, a pine post scribed 0-1475-R.
L., whence original ne. cor. bears n. 82
deg. 40 min. e. 33.43 feet; thence s. 82
dog. 40 min. w. 276 feot to n. end center
a piuo post sennod mo-ti.Li.
feet, same bearing" to oor. No.
place of beginning.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho nw. cor.,
a pine post scribed 1-I475-BIL., whence
original location bears n. 0 deg. 45 min.
w 117.50 feet, and U. S. Mineral Monu
ment No. 4 bears n. 25 deg, 57 min. w.
4247 feot; thenco s. 0 deg. 45 miu e.
484.10 feet to intersection o. side Hue
Harrison lode, a pino post scribed 1475
B.L. 977 30 feet, samo bearing to cor. No.
2, identical with s. ond center Harrison
lode and with no. cor. Hanchett lode, a
pino post scribed 2-1475-B.L., whence
original location bears s. 0 deg. 45 min.
o. 20.30 feet; thence s. 15 deg 44 mln. e.
20.80 feot to cor. No. 3, the sw. cor.,
whoncE original location bears s. 85
deg. 28 miu. w. 7 feet, a pine post
scribed 3-1475-B.L.; thenco n. 85 deg. 28
min. o. 290 50 feet, to b. end con ter, a pine
post scribed 1475-B.L. 593 feet, samo
beariug to cor. No. 4. a pine post
scribed 4-1475-B.L.; thenco u. 1 deg. 17
miu. 15 sec, w. 1003 feet to cor. No. 5,
the no. cor., a pino post scribed 5-1475-B.L.7
origiual location, identical with
cor. No. 1 Rathmoon lodo of this
group; thenco s. 85 deg. 28 min. w. 293
feot to cor. No. 6 on line 2-0 Hard
Sorabble lode No. 1020, a, pine post
scribed 0-1475-B.L.; thenco s. 04 deg.
10 min. w. 179.30 feot to cor. No. 7,
identical with No. 2 Hard Scrabble No,
1020, a pine post ncribed 7-1475-B.L.;
thenco u 13 deg. 18 min. w. 05.00 feet
to cor. No. 8, on Hue 2-3 Hard Scrabble
lodo No. 1020, a pino post scribed 8-1475-B.L.;
thenco s. 85 deg. 28 min. w.
120.30 feot to cor. No. 1, the placo of
. HARD CASH LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho nw. cor ,
identical with cor. No. 3 Bengal chum
of this survoy and on tho west side lino
of tho Hanchett claim at s. 15 deg 44
o. 20.8 feet from (ho no. cor a piuo
P-J !& 0nil"crif5."T!;:;
boars s. 85 deg. 28 miu. w. 7 feet uud U
l-iIO-Il.J.-U., wuouwu uugium iut.auvu '
S. Mineral Monumont No. 4 bears u.
21 deg, 22 min. w. 5171 feot; thence s.
15 (leg. 44 min. e, 1392.50 feet to cor. No.
2, the sw. cor., identical with the se.
cor. Hanchott claim, a pino post scribed
2-1475-H.C.L; thouco n. 85 deg. 28 miu.
o, 300 feet to s. end couter, a piuo post
UL nnr Ti','. ' " . " -
bunuuu itui-n.v u.ini' icui. muim miiir-.
iug to cor. No. 3, identical with cor. No.
2 Nollio lodo of tins survey, a pino post
scribed 3-1475-H.C.L.; thonco n. 16 deg.
00 min. 45 sec, w. 139.1.70 feet to cor. No.
4, tho no. cor., identical with corners
No. 1,2 and 4 of tho Nellie, Rathmoon
aud BongUl respectively, all claims of
this survoy, a plno post scribed 4-1475-H.C.L.;
thenco s. 85 deg. 28 min. w.
290.50 feet to n. end coutor, n piuo post
scribed 1475-H.C.L.. 593 feet, samo bear
iug to cor. No. 1, the placo of begin
ning. NELLIE LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho uw. cor.,
Idontlcal with location and with cor-1
nors iS'o. 2, 4 aud 4 ot tlio lwiiiimoon,
Hard Cash and Bengal claims, respect -
ively, all of this group, a nine post
scribed 1-1476-N.L., whonoe U. S.Min-1
j oral Monument No. 4 bears n. 27 deg.
; 18 min. w. 5381 feet; thenco s. 10 deg.
, 00 min. 45 sec. e. 1393 70 feet to cor. No.
2, tho sw. cor., a pine post scribed 2-1475-N.L.;
thenco n. 82 deg. 40 miu. e.
22951 feot to cor. No. 3, on tho w. side
line uusurvoyed Illinois lode, a pine
post scribed 3-1475-N.L., whence origi
nal location bears n. 82 deg. 40 min. e.
:l41.49 feet; thence n. 12 deg. 58 mm. e.
519.53 feet to cor. Xo. 4, identical with
nw. cor. unsurveyed Illinois lode, a
pine post scribed 4-1475-N.L.; thence
n. 81 deg. 49 min. o. 89.20 feet to cor.
No. 5, tho so. cor., identical with tho sw.
cor, unsurveyed Top. Gallant lodo and
on the u. end lino unsurvoyed Illinois
lode, a pino post scribed 5-1475-N.L.;
thonco u. 15 deg. 47 min. w. 492 feot to
intersection lino 3-4 Oakland lode No,
139o at n. 87 deg. 48 min. o. 100.80 feet
from cor. No. 4 903.00 feot, same bear
ing to cor. no. 0, the ne. cor., identical
with cor. No. 3 Rathmoon lode of thie
group and on lino 1-4 Oakland lode No.
1398 at n. 0 deg. 45 min. w. 400.20 feot
from cor. No. 4, a pine post scribed 0-
14o-jn..Li.; tnence s. bz deg. 40 mm. w.
288.20 feet to the n. end center, a pine
post scribed 1475-N. L. 570.40 feet, samo
bearing to cor. No. 1, tho nlace of be
Total and not area Hard Cash lode,
Total and net area Nellie lode, 15.730
net area Rathmoon lode,
Total and net area Bengal lode, 13.550
, couuty and territory aforesaid.
i The adjoining claimants are: On the
north Oregon and Baton Rougo lodes
I No. 1398, Thomas Higgins owner; Hard
. Scrabble lode No. 1020, South Bisbee
hopper lUiuing and Townsito Improve
meut company owners; Del Norte lode,
Higgins aud Feuner owners; on east:
Oregon and Oakland No. 1398, Thomas
Higgins owner; Top Gallant, Granville
and Shattuck owners; Illinois lode, L.
C. Shattuck owner; on south: vacant
ground; on west: Higgins. Harrison
and Hanchott lodes, Lowell ' & Arizona
Copper Mining and Smelting company
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Bengal,
Rathmoon, Hard Cash and Nellie mines
or surface ground aro required to fllo
their adverse claims with the Register
of tho United States Land Office at
Tucson, in tho Territory of Arizona,
during the sixty days' period of publi
cation hereof, or they will be barred
by virtuo of the provisions of the
MIl.TON 11. MOORE, Register.
First publication Sept. 1, 1900.
La6t publication Oct. 31, 1900.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 724.
Survey No. 1473.
United States Land Offioe, )
Tucson, Arizona, Septombor 7, 1900 j
Notice is hereby given that Peter
Johnson, Fredolf Sundstrom, C. J.
Graudstrom, Ernest F, Larson. 0. E.
Hansen, whose post offlco address is
Bisbeo, Cochise county, Arizona terri
tory, for all, have this day filed their
application for a patent for 1500 linear
feet of tho Boras mine or vein bearing
copper aud other metals, with surface
ground 6oO feot in width, situated in
Warren mining district, county of Co
chiso and Territory of Arizona, and
rlacfrmnfol vrr tlift (lnl4 nnfoa otin nfTl-
. cial plnt on alo iutbis offlco aa survey
number 1473, approximately in town-
ship No. 23 south, range 24 east (un
surveyed) of Gila and Salt River Base
and Meridian, Arizona, said survey No.
1473 being described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, tho sw. cor.,
identical with location and with the
no. oor. Maistor aud se. cor. Superior
mining claims, a pino post 4 feet long,
4 inches square, set in a mound of
stones, scribed 1-1473-B.L., whenco U.
S. Mineral Monument No. 3 bears s. 46
deg. 46 miu. w. 1229.5 feet, and the ne.
cor of station house of Don Louis on
the Arizona & South Eastern R. R.
; bears s 9 deg. 29 rain, w.; this cor. ie
also identical with tho nw. cor. Su
I saiine claim; thouco s. 78 deg. 52 min.
0. 300 feet to s. end center, a pino post
scribed 1473-B.L, 600, samo beariug to
, cor. No. 2, tho se. cor., identical with
' the no. cor of the Susanno claim,
I whence tho original location bears 8.
I 78 deg. 52 min. e. 21 feet, a pino post
scribed 2-1473-B.L.; thenco u. 17 deg.
33 min. o. 496 feot to cor. No. 3, identi
cal with corners No. 4 Monarch and
' No. 1 Ravon lodes No. 1394, n pine post
scribed 3-1473 B.L.; thenco n. 17 deg.
24 miu. o. 1001 feet to cor. No. 4, the
! no. cor., identical with location and
. with corners No. 4 Ravon, No. 2 Crown
Kiug No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1394, a
pino post scribed 4-1473-B.L.; thence
n. 78 deg. 52 min, w 206 feot to n. end
I confer, identical with s. ond center
i Crown Kiug lodo j. o. 1394, a pine post
I scribed 1473 B.L., 532.10 feet, same
I boating to cor. No. 5, ideuticnl with lo
' cation and with cor. No. 1 Crown King
lodo No. 1391 ond with tho so, aud no.
corners f tho unsurvoyed Tuscarora
nnd Superior claims respectively, a
piuo post scribed 5-147.VB.L.; thence
s. 20 deg 1 min. w. 1508 70 feet to cor.
1, tho placo of beginning.
I - "5"" X, "" '' "" w """
Mnguouc variation u deg. 45 mm.
The location of this mint is recorded
in tho Recorder's ollico of Deeds lu
Book 3, page 474, Records of Minos,
records of Coqhlse county, at Tomb
stono, in the county and territory
Tho adjoining claimants aro: On tho
north, Crown King and Iron Cap No.
1394, South Bisbee Copper Mluing and
I Townsito Improvement company own-
rp.n.;, ., T.,n,n.
Blair owner; on east, Ravon and Mon-
arch claims No. 1394, South Bisbee
Copper Mining and Towhs.ito Improve
ment company owners; oh south, Su
sanno nnd Maistor, Peter Johnson,
owner; on west, Superior claim, Peter
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Boras mino
or surfneo ground ore required to tile
their adverse claims with tho Register
or tho United States Land Offico at
Tucson, In tho Territory of Arizona,
during tho Bixty days' period of publi-
.n,!n ItAwnnf A. 41.1N.. tl.tll 1,A ln..ft
by virtuo of tho provisions of tho stat-
; MILTON R. MOORE, Registey.
First publication Sept. 11, 1900.
Last publication Nov. 11, 1900.