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OOOHIBE EEVIEW i TUESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 16. 1900
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AOENT AND BROKER.
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Notice to Creditors.
Estate of Edward L. Hoffman deceased.
Notice Is hereby given by tho undorsigned,
administratrix of tho estate of Edward L.
Hoffman, deceased, to the creditors of, and
ull iiersons having' claims against the said
deceased, lo exhibit them with tho nececsury
within four months niter tho tlrst publica
tion of this notice to the said administratrix
at the office of S. K. Williams, in Hisbee. tho
same bolng tie place for tho transaction of.
uusmees or saia estate in sniu county oi uo
chiso, " REBECCA N. HUGHES.
Administratrix of Estate of Ed. L. Hoffman,
Dated at Bisbee, Arizona, this 24th day of
First publication October 8, 1900.
Notice to Creditors.
I state of Patrlok Cunningham, deceased
Notice is horeby given by the UHi'orsigned,
administratrix or the estate of Pntiiolt
Cunninghuui, deoeas il, to thu creditors of
nnd nil porrona having claims against the
saiddeoeased, to exhibit them, with the nec
essary vouchers, within ten months after tho
first publication of this notice to tho said
administratrix at Bisbee, the scmo being
the place for th transaction of business of
said estate, iu Bald county of Coohise,
Administratrix of the Estate of Patrick
Dated at Bisbee, A T this first day of
First publication June 2. 1000.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 718.
Survey No- 1479
United States Land Office, (
Tucson, Abizona, August 11, 1900. (
Notice is heroby given that Thomas Hig
gius, whose post office address is Bisbco, Co
chise county, Arizona territory, has this day
filed his application for a patent for 1500
Hnenr feet of the Magenta mino or vein,
bearing copper nnd other metalg, with sur
face ground 6C0 feet in width, situated in
Wnrron mining district, county of Cochlb'o
and Territory of Arizona, and designated
by the field notes and otlioial plat on lllo in
this office as survey No 1179, approximately
in township No23 south, rnugc 24 east (un
survoyed), of Gila and Salt River baso nnd
meridian, Arizona, said survey No 1479 be
ing described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at cor. no 1, tho no corner of
location, identical with cor No 1 William
A. lodo No 1394, nnd corners No 4 and lot
tho Atlas aud Alabama lodes respectively,
No 1893. a pine post scribed 1-1479-M L
whence U S. mineral monument no 4 boars
no deg. 54 min. w 7200 feet: thence k 7Sdce.
40 min. w, 300 feet to u end center, 000 feet,
game bearing to cor no. 2, n plno post
scribed 2-1179-M.L ; thouco s 17 deg 83 min
u 250.38 feet to cor No 3, a plno post acrioed
3-1479-M L ; thonco s 71 deg 10 min o ttUtl
feet to cor No 4, n pino post scribed 4-1479-M
L. ; thonco u 6 deg 17 min. w. 190.75 feet
to cor, No, 5, a pino post scribed 5-1479-M.L ;
thenco s. 17 deg 38 mln o. 1018 11 feet to cor
no 0, tho sw cor., a pine post scribed 0-1479-M
L.; thence n 78 deg. 40 min o COO feet to
cor. no 7, tho so cor , n pino post scribed
7-1479-M L ; thonco n 17 deg 38 min w 1500
ft. to cor No 1, tho place of beginning
Magnetic variational dog 45 min east,
containing 20.33 acres '
Tho location of this mine is recorded In
the Recorder's otflco of Deeds of Cochise
county, in book 14, Record of Mines, pngo
Tho adjoining olulmants are on the north
William A .Atlas, Bay Stato, nos. 1394,1393,
1894 respectively, owners the South Hlsbeo
Copper Mining nnd Townsite improvement
company; on the south, vacant ground; on
tho west Bay Stato and South Pole, No 1391.
owners tho South Bisbre Copper Mining and
Towniito Improvement company; on the
east the Alabama, No 1893, same owners
Any und all porsnns claiming adversely any
portion of saldMagenta mine or surface
t round aro required to file their adverse
claims with tho Register of tho United States
Land Office nt Tucson. In tlto Torritoiy of
Arluonn, during the sixty days' period of
publication hereof, or they will bo burred
by ylrtuo of the provisions of the statute
MILTON R. MOORE. Register
First publication August 14, 1900.
Last publication Ootober 13 1900
MINING APPLICATION N.0. 719.
Survey No. 1478. .
United States Land Oi-mue, j
Tucson, Amzona, August 11, 1900. j
Notlco Is heroby givon that Thomas HIk
irlns und V, C. Founer, whoso post olflco ad
dress Is Bisbee, CooIiImi count. Arizona Tor-"
rltory, nave tins tiny inert tnolr application
for. a patent for MOO linear feet ol the Del i
Norto initio or vein, bonritiK copper nnd
other metnlii, with surfaco ground MX) feet I
in width, situated in Warren miuiiicr ills- !
trlot, county of Cochiso and Territory of
Arizona, and designated by the field notes
nndoillolnl plat on lllo in this office nsstirvo).
No. 147S, approximately In township No. 23
south, raiiiro No 24 oast (unsurvcyod)of Gila
and Salt River base und meridinn, Arizona,
snld survey No 1473 bolng described as fol
Bctrinnintr nt cor. No. 1, tho NW. eor , iden
tical with tho ne cor. Auburn lode and on
the s. tide line Galena claim at i. 65 dog-, 27
mln, 80 too. w. 427.60 febt from the so, cor, of
that olalm, a pine post scribed 1-1478-D.N.L.,
whence original location beam n. 75 deg. 10
min w. 42.40 feot, and U. S, mineral mouu
ment No. 4 bears n. 23 deg. 47 miu. w 2859
feet: thence, s. 19 dejr. 07 min. o. 274.00 feet to
c. end center Auburn ludu.MS.60 feut, same
bonrlng to cor No. 2. iiloiiticat with those,
nnd no. corners of tho Auburn nud Del Alnr
claims tctpcctivoly,u pine poit scribed 2-117S-D
N Ij : thence s 19 clop. 0.J mln. 30 sec. o. to
center o. end Del Mar lode, boinir 291.00 feet,
snmo bouriiu.'5S7.90 feot to cor. No. 3, Identi
cal with tla vn, nnd no. corners of the IK 1
Maraud liar. i. in lodes respectively, n pine
post Kfrlbed 3-1I7S-1) N.L.; thenco s. 19 deg
14 miu e. 212,20 feet to cor. No. I, thu sw eor ,
ldontlcnl with location nnd with the nw. cor,
Mlpirlns lodo, nu iron pin set in bedrock,
chlseleo 1-1478-D N L ; thence u 71 deg 31
miu o 200 80 feet to n end center Iliggiiu
lodo 249 40 feot, sumo boaring to cor. No u, a
pine post scribed 5-1478-1) N L ; thonro N. 61
leg 27 min 30 sec c 13.1.20 feet to cor No
0, tho se cor , whence original location
ljonrsn 7'Jilcg 30 min o 114 00 feet: thence n
IS deg 18 miu . 917 40 feet to cor. No 7,
identical with eor No 3 HnriRornhhln Imln
0 I No 1020, and No fi Morning Star lodo No
V 1331, a plno post scribed 7-H7S-D N 1, ; thouco
n lueg 4(iuiu W487 SOfeettocor o.8.tlii)
no cor., identical with location and lth
cor No. 7 Morning Star Lodo No 1331, a plno
post scrlbod 8-1478-D N L ;thoncos CSdeg 42
min w. 01 80 feet to cor No. 9, identical with
cor No. 8 Morning Star lodo No 1331, and
with le. cor Galena lodo n plno post
scribed 9-1478-1) N L ; thence s 5 deg 27
min 30 see w 427.00 feot to cor No 1, tho
place of beginning
Mngnntic variation 11 dep- 47 min e , con
taining 14 II acres
Tho location of thi mine is recorded in
tho Kecordcr's ofllco of Deeds in book 12,
pago 452, Kecord oi Mines, at Tombstone, in
tho county und territory aforesaid
The adjoining claimants nre on the north
Qalbun lode, Lowell & Arizona Copper Min
ing and Smelting company owners; Morning
Star No 1331, Copper Queen Con Mininir
company owners; on the west Auburn, Del
Mar and Harrison lodes, Lowell & Arizoha
Coppor Mining & Smoltlng company owners;
on the no'-Mi Hlgglns lode, same owners; on '
tho east Hurd Scrabble lode No. 102a, South '
Hlsbeo Copper Mining and Townsite Im
provement company owners; Morning Star,
lodo No 1331, Coppor Queen Cop Mining
uuiiiijitiiy n nujg
Any and ull persons claiming adversely
any pprtiqu of said Del Norto mine or sur
face ground aro required to lllo their ad
vorse claims with the Register of the United
States Land office ut. Tucson, in the Terrl
tory of Arizonn, during tho sixty dnys' pe
riod oi publication hereof, or they will bo
barred by. virtue-of tho provisions of tho
MILTON R MOORE, Register.
Kirst publication August 14, 1900
Last publication Octobnr 13, 1900
Proclamation of Election,
Tbrmtoby of Arizona, (
Executive Depaiitjient. !
Wheueas, Under uu uct of tho Legislative
Assembly of the Territory, entitled "Elec
tions," nnd approved March 8, 18S7, it is pro
vided that there shall bo held throughout
the Territory, upon tho Tuesday after tho
first Monday iu November, A. l. 1888, nud
every two years thereafter, an ejection for
members of tho legislative assembly, und
such other otUcors as may bo required by
law, shall bo chosen at such election: and
WltlUiEAS, It is further provided iu said
net that at least tnirty days before oach gen
oral electioi tho Qovornor miiht issue an
Election Proclamation, under the Great Seal
of the Territory and transmit opies there
of to tho Clerks of the Boards ot Supervis
ors of tho counties in which Mich elections
are to be held; such proclamation to con
tain a statemf ut of tho time of tho eloction
and the oiilces to bo filled, nnd thu offer of
a Toward iu the form prescribed by said net.
NOW, THEREFORE I. Nathan O. Murphy,
Governor of Arizona, iii pursuance of the
duty enjoined upon me, do hereby order a
gcnernl olectk-n to bo held on the Tuesday
aftor the first Monday iu November, A. D.
1000. nud tho offices to bo filled at such elec
tion I do horeby designate to be as follows,
to wit: .
One Delegate to tho Fifty-seventh Congress
of tho United States.
Twelve members of te Council of the Leg-,
islntlvo Assembly of Arizona, and twenty
tour members of tho House of Representa
tive of tho Legislative Assembly of Arizonu,
apportioned agreeably to existing laws as
Apache count, one member of the Coun
cil and one member of the House of Keore-
.centatives; Coconino county, one member of
tno Council ana one momuerot tno Mouse
of Representatives; Cochise county, one
member of the Council and three members
of tho H'.'uso of Representatives; Gila
county, ouo member of tho Council and ono
niepibcr of he House of Representatives;
Graham county, ono member of the Council
nnd two members of' tho House ol Repre
jsontathes; Muricopp. county, one member of
tho Council and four members cf the Houso
of Representatives; Mohave county, ono
member of tho Council and one member of
the House of Represeutathes; Navajo coun
ty one membor of tho Council aud ono mem
ber if the House of Representatives; Pima
county, ono member of the Council jointly
with the county of Santa Cruz and three
members of the Hnuse of Representatives:
Pinal county, one member of the Council
and two members of the House of Repre
sentatives; Santa Cruz county, one membor
of the Council jointly with the county of
PiuiU,' as. aforesaid, and ono member of the
House of Representatives; Yavapai county,
one mora be r of the Council and ono member
of" the Houso of Representatives; Yuma
county, ono member of the Council and one
membor of the House of Representatives.
And there shall bo elected in each county
of the Territory uuo Probuto Judge, ono
District Attorney, ono Sheriff, ono Treas
urer, one Recorder, ono Surveyor, two mem
bers of tho Board of Supervisors, except
that in tho county of Cochise, there shall be
elected Jhreo mombers of the Board of Su
pervisors, nnd in tho county of Santa Cnu
there shall bo elected three mombors of tho
Bonrd of Supervisors, und iu each county of
the first class aud In eaeh county of the sec
ond class uo Assessor shall bo elected; uUo
In the koveral precincts ot eacii county one
Justice of tho Pence nud one Constable shall
bo elected, and iu such oreeincts ntt are enti
tled to two Justices of the Peace and two
Constables that number shall bo elected.
Theio shall aUo bo elected In each county i
of the first cluss ono County School Super
intendent. AND I DO HEREBYofter A rswnrd of fifty i
dollars' for tho arrest and conviction of any
person violating any of the provisions of i
Titlo IV. Part 1 of the Penal Co,e. ,
IN WITNESS WHEREOF I havo horeunto j
set my hand and caused the Great Seal of
thoTcwitnrv to ho horeunto aillxcd.
Douo ut Phoenix, tho Cnpital, tills 27th day
of September, A. D. 1SKW.
N. O. MURPHY.
By tho Governor.
C. H. AKERS,
Secretary of tho Territory of Arizona.
MINING APPLICATION NO. 723.
Survey No. 1470.
United States Land Office,
Tocson, AmzoNA, August 29, 1900. j
Notice id hereby given that M. J.
Brophy aud E. B. Mason, whose post
otflco address.is Bisbee, Cochise coun
ty, Arizona territory, have, this day
filed thoir application for a patont for
1000 linear feet' of tho Sorrel Horse
lode, mino ov voin, bearing copper and
other metals, with surfaco ground
322.20 foot in width, situated in Warren
mining district, county of Cochiso and
lorntory ot Arizona, and
by tho ilold notos
file iu. this ofllco. as survey number
'1476, approximately in township No. 23
south, rang 24 oast (unsurvoyed), of
viiiu1 ili in i-iiiii. iiii v ui i limn iiiiii iiiiM iii i
:" .,j .; v. 1 j,n i,nT7,. n"i ,
ows- " i
Hoiltnninr, nt f Mr, i n, . nnr. ,
a mno cost Sribed 1 1470 S II l"
,!, J?LKrL MiK1! I
Cor. No. 1 Oaklahoma lo'de, survey No.
lovo. una willi tuu tfv, uuu an. uuiuera
of the uustirveyod Stoubon aud Comet
cla'imB respectively', boars n. 0 dog. 45
min. w. 0.-58 feet, and U. S. Miuoral
Monumont No. 4 bears n. 49 dog. 11
miu. 30 SdCf w. 5584- feot; thonco u. 50
dog. 52 min. 30 sec. o. 2.75 foot to cor.
No. 2, tho.no. cor., a piuo post scribod
2-I47G-S.II.L-i whence original location
boars n. 16 deg. 41 "min. v. 8N43 feot;
thouco.s...l6 dog. 4miu. o. 079.77 feet
to' c6r. "No., 3, the' se. cor., identical
with' location nnd with sw. cor. unsur
voyed 'Pity Day claim, a piuo post
scribed 3-1476-S.H.L.; thenco b. 56 deg.
52 mln. 30 sec. w. 221 feot to original
location for u.,ond contor 322.2 feot,
same bearing to co'r. No. 4, the sw. cor.
Identical with location and on the lino i
2-3 Oaklahoma lodo survey No. 1398 at
,. n ,iu jr. .:.. w -xn Jfl fnt- fwim
I u" Uaeg.4d mill. W. )1.W leot Irom
to e. side center Oaklahoma lodo stir-
v No. 13DS 412.110 feot, 1113.02 feet,
eamo bearing to eor. No. 1, tho placo
Magnetic variation 11 deg. l.'i miu.,
containing :5.fj0.') acros
Tho location of this mine is recorded
in tho Recorder's ofllco of Deeds, pago
370, in book 14 Record of Mines of Co
chise county at Tombstone, in tho
county und territory aforesaid.
Tho adjoining claimants are: On tho
north Steuben and Comet, Granvillo
owner; on east Pay Day, Granvillo
owner; on tho south Now Era and Co
chiso, Mathias and Strong owners; on
tho west Oaklahoma No. 1398, Thomusi
Any aud all persons claiming ud
versoly any portion of said Sorrel
Horse lodo, mino or surface grouud aro
required to file their adverse clainm
with the Register of tho United Stated
Land Office ut Tucson, iu tho Territory
of Arizona, during tho sixty days' pe
riod of publication hereof, or they mil
be barred by virtue of tho pi ovisionu
of tho statute.
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Sept. 1, 1000.
Last publication Oct. 31, 1000.
Survey No. 1475,
United States Land Office,
Tucson, Arizona, August, 29, 1900. j
Notice is hereby given that M. J
Brophy and Martin O'Haro, whose post
oiuce aauress is rusoee, vocmso couu- gal and Kathmoon, book 12, page 411,
? ,4Flz.ona territory, have this day Hard Cash and Nellie, Record of Mines,
?rttii?Aa?rfctriS1rtor a Wpnttov book 12, pago 412, at Tombstone, in the
1392.0, 13 0, 1020. 1000 linear foot of tho l county and territory aforesaid.
Hard Cash, Nellie, Rathmoon, Bengal, Tho adjoining claimants are: On the
respectively, mines or veins bearing north Oregon and Baton Rouge lodes
coppor and other metals, with surfaco , No. 1398, Thomas Higgins owner; Hard
ground GOO, 57G.4, 57G.4, 593 feet, respec-1 Scrabblo lode No. 102G, South Bisbee
tively, in width, situated in Warren Copper Mining and Townsite Improvo
mining district, county of Cochiso and ment compauy owners; Del Norte lode,
Territory of Arizona and designated Higgins and Fenner owners; on east!
by the field notes and official plat on ' Oregon and Oakland No. 1398, Thomas
file in this ofllco as survey number ; Higgins ownor; Top Gallant, Granville
1475, approximately in township No. and Shattuck owners; Illinois lode, L.
23 south, range No 24. east (unsur-. c Shattuck owner; on south: vacant
voyod) of Gila and Salt River Base and , ground; on west: Higgins. Harrisou
Meridian, said survey No. 147o being i and Hanchett lodes. Lowell & Arizona
described as follows, to wit:
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the nw. cor.
idontical with location and with cor.
No. 4 Baton Rouge lode No. 1398 aud
Hard Scrabble lode No. 1026, cor. No. 6,
u piuo ijuoi Buiiwu i-iiiu-iv.u., uoutu I oi tno united states Land Ullice at
U. S. Mineral Monument No. 4 bears n. Tucson, in tho Territory of Arizona,
33 deg. 44 min. w. 4397.00 feet; thence s.l during tho sixty days' period of publi
deg. 17 miu.15sece.117 feot to cor. No. cation hereof, or they will bo barred
5 Bengal lodo of this group 1120 feet, ' by virtue of the nrovisious of the
same . oaring to cor No 2, the sw. cor.,
idoutical with corners No. 4, 1, 1 of the
Bengal, Hard Cash and Nellie lodes,
respectively, all claims of this group,
a pino post scribed 2-1475-RL., 283.20
feet, same bearing to s. end center, a
pino post scribed 1475-R.L. 576 10 feet,
same bearing to cor. No. 3, the se. cor.,
identical with cor. No. G Nellie lode of
this group, a pine post scribed 3-1475-,
R.L.; thonco n. 0 deg. 45 min. w. 1019.80 :
feet to cor. No. 4, identical with cor. No. '
1 Oakland lodo No. 1393, a pine post j
scribed 4 1475-R.L,, whence original lo
cation bears n. 0 deg. 45 min. e. 101.40 '
feet; thence s. 87 deg. 45 miu. w. 15 feet
i. ut- rr J i -i . il. XT d
iocor.iNo.o,ioeuucuiwu.u cor. .,,
Oregon lodo No. 1398, a pine post
scribed 5-1475-R.L.; thence n. 0 deg. 1,
mm. w. vv.w weuo cor. iu. u, wbuu-
cal with cor. No. 3 Baton
No. 1398, a pino post scribed 0-1475-R
L., whence original ue. cor. bears n. 82
dog.' 40 min. e. 33.43 feet; thence s. 82
deg. 40 min. w. 276 feet to u. end center,
.a pine post scribed 1475-R.L. 553.17
feet, same bearing to cor. No. 1, the
place of beginning.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the nw. cor.,
a pine post scribed 1-I475-B.L., whence
original location bears n. 0 deg. 45 min.
w 117.50 feet and U. S. Mineral Monu
ment No. 4 boars u. 25 deg, 57 min. w.
4247 feet; thenco s. 0 deg. 45 min e.
484.10 feet to intersection e. side lino
Harrison lode, a pine post scribed 1475
B.L. 977 30 feet, same bearing to cor. No.
2, idontical with s. end center Harrison
lode and with no. cor. Hanchett lode, n
pine post scribed 2-1475-B.L., whence
original location bears s. 0 deg. 45 min.
o. 20.30 "feet; thence a. 15 deg. 44 min. e.
20.80 feet to cor. No. 3, tho sw. cor ,
whencE original location bears s. 8,
deg. 28 miu. w. 7 feet, a pino post
scribed 3-1475-B.L.; thonco u. 85 deg. 2;i
min. e. 296.50 feot, to s. end confer, a pino
post scribed 1475-B.L. 593 fqet, sumo
bearing to cor. No. 1. a piuo post
scribed 4-1475-B.L.; thence n. 1 deg. 17
nun. lo sec. w. lixw leet to cor.
tho no. cor.,
a'pipSTt . db 5 11751
1 Wio". identical with
cor. .No. l itatlnnoon lodo ot thin
group; thenco s. 85 deg. 28 miu. w. 29.'!
feot to cor. No. 0 on line 2-6 Hard
Scrabble lode No. 1020, a piuo post
scribed 6-1475-B.L. thenco s. G4 deg.
10 miu. w. 179.30 feot to cor. No. 7,
idoutical with No. 2 Hard Scrabble No.
1026, a piuo post scribod 7-1475-B.L.;
thence u . 13 deg. 18 mln. w. 05.90 feot
to cor. No. 8, on lino 2-3 Hard Scrabblo
lodo No. 1026, a pino post scribed 8-1475-B.L.;
thence s. 85 deg. 28 miu. w.
120.30 feot to cor. No. 1, the pluco of
HARD CASH LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the nw. cor.,
identical with cor. No. 3 Bengal claim
of this survey and on the west side lino
of tho Hanchett claim at s. 15 deg. 44
min. e. 26.8 feot from the no. cor. a piuo
"ears s. 85 deg. 23 min. w. 7 feet und U.
a. juiuerai monument io. 4 Dears n.
21 deg, 22 miu. w. 5171 feot; thence s.
16 deg. 44 min. o, 1392.50 feot to cor. No.
n , i , ,.
-, tno sw. cor., identical witn tbe so.
ttor- "auchott claim, a pine post scribed
2-1475-H.C.L. ? thenco u. 85 dog. 2S min.
. 30 foot to 8" oud couter. a l)ino Post
scribed 1475-H.C.L , 000 feet, same boar-
ing to cor. No. 3, identical with cor. No
2 Nollie lodo of thia survey, a pino post
scribed 3-1475-II.C.L.; thonco u. 10 deg.
00 min. 45 sec, w. 1393.70 feot to cor. No.
4, tno no. cor , identical witn cornors
1 O nvwl .1 r.t 4Vl.n T11I. TAl... ..
and bengal respectively, all claims of I
thin nnrrov. n tvinn nnat cni-ihiul -l.UTn.
ZV Z . ."" ' ,.MV WW.-". .V
ii.u.u; tnence s. So dog. 28 mm. w.
290.50 feet to u. oud contor, a piuo post
scribod 1475-H.C.L., 593 feet, samo bear
ing to cor. No. 1, the placo of begin
uing. NELLIE LODE.
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the nw. cor., j
identical with location and with cor-,
nors No. 2, 4 and 4 of tho Rathmoon,
Hard Cash and Bengal claims, respect-
ively, all of this group, a pine post
aoribed 1-1475-N.L.. whence U. S.Min-1
eral Monument No 4 bears n. 27 deg.
18 miu. w. 5381 feel; thence s. 10 deg.
00 miu. 45 sec o. j.!'.).i TO f 1 1 to cor. No.
2, the sw cor., a nnio uost scribed 2-
j 1475-N.L.; thence n. S2 deg. 40 miu. e.
; 229 51 foot to cor. Nu. .1, on tho w. side
, lino unsurvoyed Illinois lode, a pino
post scribed 3-1 175-N.L., whence origi
nal location bears n. 2 deg. 10 min. e.
341.49 feet; thence n. 12 deg. 58 mm. e.
519.53 feet to cor. Xo. 4, identical with
nw. cor. unsurvoyed Illinois lode, a
pino post scribed 4-1475-N.L.; thence
n. SI deg. 49 miu. e. 89.20 feot to cor.
No. 5, tho so. cor., identical with the sw.
cor. uusurveyed Top. Gallant lodo and
on the n. end lino unsurvoyed Illinois
lode, a pino post scribed .V1475-N.L.;
thence n. 15 deg. 47 min. w. 492 feel to
intersection line 3-4 Oakland lodo No,
139.-) at n. 87 deg. 48 min. v. 100.80 feot
from cor. No. 4 903.00 feet, same bear
ing to cor. No. 0, the no. cor., identical
with cor. No. 3 Rathmoon lode of this
group and on lino 1-4 Oakland lodo No.
139S at u. 0 deg. 15 min. w. 400.20 feet
from cor. No. 4, a pine post bcribed 0-1475-N.L.;
thouco s. 82 deg. 40 miu. w.
288.20 feet to the u. end center, a pine
post scribed 1475-N. L. 570.40 feot, same
bearing to cor. No. I, the place of be
ginning. Total and net area Hard Cash lode,
Total aud net area Nellie lode, 15.730
Total and net area Rathmoon lode,
Total aud net area Bengal lode. 13.550
Magnetic variation II deg. 47 min. e ,
containing 02.790 acres.
llie location of this miue is recorded
m the Recorder's ofllco of Deeds, Ben-
Copper Mining and Smelting company
Any and all persons claiming ad
versely any portion of said Bengal,
Rathmoon, Hard Cash and Nellie mines
or surtaco ground aro required to file
fllAlftl ft i -lta-a A Mln! ... m ....11. J-l.. T . M!.. ..-
, their udverso claims with tho Register
MILTON R. MOORE, Register.
First publication Sept. 1, 1900.
Last publication Oct. 31, 1900.
APPLICATION NO. 721.
Survey No. 1473.
United States Land Office, i
Tucson, Akizona, September 7, 1900
Notice is heroby given that Peter
Johnson, Fredolf Suudstrom, C. J.
Grandstrom, Ernest F. Larsen. C. E.
Hansen, whoso post oftlce address is
TslOhOfl IrAnnieii Aminfif AtiitAnn (niwi
-, wwww wuuvj . iw.wua vvi"'
tory, for all, have this day filed their
application for a patent for 1500 linear
feet of tho Boras mine or vein bearing
i ,,,,,,,,. nnj ni,w mot..le -ifV. .,rfn
I nrrountl GOO feot in width, shunted in
i Warren mining district, county of Co
I chise and Territory of Arizona, and
1 designated by tho field notes and ofli-
oiai plat on file in this office as survey
number 1473, approximately in town
ship No, 23 south, range 24 east (uu
surveyed) of Gila and Salt River Base
and Meridian, Arizona, said survey No.
1473 being described as follows, to wit:
BORAS LODE. .
Beginning at cor. No. 1, the sw. cor.,
identical with location aud with the
ue. cor. Maister and so. cor. Superior
mining claims, a pino post 4 feet long,
4 inches square, set in a mound oi'
stones, scribed 1-1473-B.L., whence U.
S. Mineral Monument No. 3 bears s. 46
deg. 46 min. v. 1229.5 feet, and the no.
cor of station houso of Don Louis on
the Arizona & South Eastern R. R.
boars s. 9 deg. 29 miu. w.; this cor. ie
also identical with tho nw. cor. Su
sauue claim; thence s. 78 deg. 52 miu.
e. 300 feot to s. end center, a pine po6t
scribed 1473-B.L., 600, same bearing lo
cor. No. 2, tho so. cor., identical with
tho ne. cor of tho Susanno claim,
whonco tho original location bears s.
78 deg. 52 nun. o. 21 loot, a pine post
fl MjftM.; thonco n.17 .
cal with corners No. 4 Monarch and
No. 1 Ravon lodes No. 1394, a pine post
scribed 3-1473 B.L.; thonco u. 17 deg.
24 min. o. 1004 feot to cor. No. 4, tho
ue. cor., identical with location and
with corners No. 1 Raven, No. 2 Crown
King, No. 1 Iron Cap lodes No. 1394, a
pino post scribed 4-1473-B.L.; thence
u. 78 dog. 52 miu, w, 2G6 feet to n. end
center, identical with s. end center
Crown King lode Fo. 1394, a pino post
scribed 1473-B.L., 532.10 feet, same
bearing to cor. No. 5, identical with lo
cation and with cor. No. 1 Crown King
lodo No. 1394 aud with the se. and ue.
corners of tho unsurvoyed Tuscarora
aud. Superior claims respectively, a
pino post scribed 5t1473-B.L.; thence
s. 20 deg. I min. w. 150S.70 feet to cor.
1, tho place of beginning'.
Mngnetio variation 11 deg. 45 miu.
oast, containing 19.38 acres.
Tho location of this mino is recorded
in the Recorder's ofllco of Deeds in
Book 3, pago 474, Records of Mines,
records of Cochiso county, at Tomb
stone, in tho county aud territory
The adjoining claimants are: On the
north, Crowu King aud Iron Cap No.
1394, South Bisbee Copper Mining and
Townsite Improvement compauy own
ers; Tuscarora (unsurvoyed), James
Blair ownor; on east, Raven and Mon
arch claims No. 1394, South Bisbee
Copper Mining nud Townsito Improve
ment company owners; on south, Su
sanno aud Maistor, Peter Johnson,
1? Suponor claim' Pcter
Anv and all nersons clnimimr ad
Tersely any portlou of said Boras mine
or surfaco ground are required to file
thoir adverso claims with tho Register
of tho United Stales Land Ofllco at
Tucson, in the Territory of Arizona,
during tho sixty days' period of publi
cation hereof, or they will bo barred
by virtue of tho provisions of tho stat
ute. MILTON R. MOORE, Registoy.
First publication Sopt. 11, 1900.
Last publication Nov. 11, 1900.