3 Copp's Land Owner 1 (1876-1877)

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Volume    . I Monthly.              WASHINGTON, D. C., APRIL., 1876.                            In Advance, } $1.10 per ann.
No. 1.                                                                                                       10c. per copy.
Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1S76, by HENRY N. Copp, in the office of the Librarian of Congress.

Sr ressina l 1;arb.
J VANCE LEWIS,
(Late of the Gen. Land Of1ce,)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW,
Room 43, LE DROIT BUILDING, WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Makes a specialty of looking up old Land Claims
in the General Land Office, and in all parts of the
United States and Europe. Correspondents in nearly
every County of the United States, and in the prin-
Nipo.I places uf Europe.
N~o charqe made unless successful.
G  EO. I. BUXTON,
(Late of the General Land Office,)
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS,
Attends specially to Land and Mineral Contests,
and to procuring Titles from the United States to
Agricultural, Mineral, and Grant Lands; procures
Pensions, Bounties, Bounty-Land Warrants, etc., and
attends promptly to business before any of the De-
partments of the Government.
Ten years Official Experience. Office, Second Na-
tional Bank Building.
Post-Office Box 81.   WASHINGTON, D. C.
Bounty Land Warrants procured and purchased.
W    M. J. JOHNSTON,
(Late of the General Land-Office,)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & SOLICITOR OF CLAIMS.
Roo% 40, LEDROIT BUILDING, WVASIIINGTON, D. C.
Will give special attention to all matters re-
lating to the Public Lands before the General Land-
O2ice, the Depertment of the Interior, and the Courts;
and will prepare Specifications and procure
Patents on mechanical inventions, and prose-
cute claims before all Departments of the Gov-
ernment.
Eight years' official experience in the General
Land-Office and two years in U. S. Patent Office.
Wo K. MENDENHALL,
(Late of General Land-Office.)
ATTORNEY FOR CLAIMS, &c.
Will give special attention to all matters relat-
ing to the
PUBLIC LANDS BEFORE TIE GENERAL
LAND OFFICE AND DEPARTMENT OF
THE INTERIOR.
TWELVE YEARS' OFFICIAL EXPERIENCE.
Office, Room 11 May Building, corner Seventh
and E streets, N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A. T. BRirrON.               H. J. GRAY.
B RITTON & GRAY,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
PROCURE TITLES FROMtTH EUNITED STATES
TO .
AGRICULTURAL, MINERAL AND GRANT
LANDS.
No. 624 F STREET,
 WASHINGTON, D. C.

WALTER H. SMITH,         JAMES K. REDINOTON,
(Late Asst. Atty. Gen. & (Late Law Clerk, Solic-
Solicitor of Interior Dept.)  itor's Office Intr. Dp.)
SMITH & REDINGTON,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,
No. 1 May's Building, cor. 7th and E sts., N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Practice in the United States Supreme Court,
the Court of Claims, the Courts of the District
of Columbia, and all the Departments of the
Government.
Special attention given to cases in the Gen-
eral Land-Office and Interior Department.
D   .   . GLASSIE,
ATTORNEYAND COUNVSELOR AT LAW.
Solicitor in AMERICAN and FOREIGN PATENTS. At-
torny for PROCURING TITLES to AGRICULTURAL, MIN-
ERAL and GRANT LANDS, from the United States, and
the prosecution of CLAIMS.
Practices before the Supreme Court of the United
States, the Court of Claims, Committees of Congress,
the Local Courts and Departments of Government.
Special attention given to REJECTED, INTERFERI 'G
and LITIGATED PATENT CASES; will PROCURE and PuR-
CHASE LAND VARRANTS, secure PASSPORTS, &C.
Refer to Hon. B. It. Cowan, Assistant Secretary of
the Interior, Hon. Henry Cooper, U. S. S., the heads
of the Departments, and others. if desired.
P. 0. Lock Box 7. OvFIcE No 920 F STREET,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
W ILLIS DRUMMOND,
(Late Commissioner Gen'l Land Office,)
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW & GENERAL
CLAIM AGENT,
LE DROIT BUILDING CORNER 8th & F STS.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Special attention given to land cases before
the General Land Office and the Interior De-
partment.

A. A. HOSI.ER.   A.
I OSMER & HEYLMUN,

G. HEYLMUN.

ATTORNEYS-4T-LAW,
LOCK-BOX 13, WASHINGTON, D C.,
Practice before the Supreme Court of the
the United States, the Courts of the District of
Columbia, and the U. S. Court of Claims.
Specialattention given to causes in the Gen-
eral Land-Office.
GERMAN AMERICAN SAVINGS BANK,
CORNER 7TH & F STREETS,
WASHINGTON, D. C.,
PAYS INTEREST ON DEPOSITS,
Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Drafts and Collections on the principal cities
of America and Europe.

BUY COPP'S PUBLIC LA.ND LAWS,
DECISIONS, OPINIONS & INSTRUCTIONS,
Prom 1869 to 1875. Contains Nearly 1,000
Pages. Price $8.00, Postage Prepaid.

Address,
P. 0. Box 230.

HENRY N. COPP,
Washington, D. C.

CONTENTS.
PAGE.
Cards-Advertisements-Mineral Patents Issued.. 1
MINES AND MINERArS.
Robert Anderson-Evans vs. Rendal ................ 2
HOMESTEADS.
W. H. Harris-W . A. Stone ............................ 3
TIMBER CULTURE.
Lars 0. Strand .......................................... 3
PRE-EMPTIONS.
Tong vs. Hall and Mineral Affiants ...............
Moran and Cady .............................. 4
Selby  vs. California ....................................4
Harris vs. Minnesota ....................     5
RAILROADS.
Queen vs. Southern Pacific 11. P ....................... 5
Watson vs. Mo. River, Ft. Scott & G. R. R ............ 7
Watts vs.                       9......
MILIrARY BOUNTY LAND WARRANTS.
Lasselle vs. M. K. &  T. R. R  ........................... 10
Land Directory-Editorials-Fiske, Baxter ......... 8
Cash Pate nts-Homestead Patents ................... i
Iteuns-Directory-Advertisemeiits-Cards ....... 12-16
MINERAL PATENTS ISSUED.
Since our last report patents have been
issued for the following mining claims:
CALIFORN'IA.
Ainador County.
A. Hayward, et. al., Nevada Quartz Mine.
Original Amador Mg. Co., Original Amador
Quartz Mine.
Fremont Mg. & Milling Co., Fremont Qtz.
M. & M. S.
Nevada County.
Joshua Cozzens, Gail Placer.
A. B. Brady, Spring Hill E. Extension Qtz.
Mine.
Geo. D. McLean, Sweetland Creek Placer.
Michael McDonough, et. al., Fahey Qtz.
Mine.
Crescent G. Qtz. Mg. Co., Crescent Qtz. Mine.
Frank Pauson, Kentucky Qtz. Mine.
Lake County.
Chas. L. Jones, Wall St. Qkslr. M. & MN. S.
El Dorado County.
D. M. Richardson, Mountain Quail, Creole
Qtz. Mine, Crystal Qtz. M. & M. S.
Taylor Mill & Mg. Co., Taylor Qtz. Mine.

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