5 Copp's Land Owner 1 (1878-1879)

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LAND

OWNER

Volume V. Mnthly.
No. 1.1

WASHINGTON, D. C., APRIL, 1878.

In Advance 1 $2.00 per ann.
In nc'( 20c. per copy.

Entered according to act of Congress, in the year 1878, by HENRY N. Copp, in the office of the Librarian of Congress.

V rofssi   n       t
L. A. LUCE,          WM. J. JOHNSTON,
Attorney-at-Law.        Attorney-at-Law.
Land Laws a specialty. Eight years official experi-
ence in Gen'l Land Office.
LUCE & JOHNSTON,
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELLORS AT LAW.
Offices: Rooms 38 and 39, Lo Droit Building, corner
8th and F streets,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
Give special attention to cases involving titles to
Grant Lands, Alining Claims, and titles under the
Public Land Laws, before the General Land Office,
the Interior Department, and the Supreme Court of
th e United Siates. Prosecute Claims before Con-
gress, the Court of Claims, and the Executive De-
l)artments generally.
WILLIS DRUIUMOND,    ROB'T H. BRADFORD.
Late Com. Gen. Land Office. Late of New Orleans Bar.
D RUMMOND & BRADFORD.
ATTORNEYS & COUNSELORS AT LAW.
LE DROIT BUILDING,
WASHINGTON CITY, D. C.
Practise in the SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED
STATES, in the COURT OF CLAIMS, and before all DE-
PARTMENTS, BUREAUS AND COiMISSIONS in Washing-
ton, giving special attention to LAND CASES, and
those involving PATENTS FOR INVENTIONS.
W. 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 THE GENERAL
LAND OFFICE AND DEPARTMENT OF
. THE INTERIOR.
TWELVE YEARS' OFFICIAL EXPERIENCE.
Office, May Building, corner Seventh and E
streets, N. W.,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
A. T. BRITTON.              H. J. GRAY.
B RITTON & GRAY,
ATTORNEYS- AT- LA W,
Have, since 1861, made a specialty of titles to
AGRICULTURAL, MINERAL AND GRANT
LANDS.
Before the General Land Office and the United
States Supreme Court.
No. 624 F STREET,
Lock Box 58.        WASHINGTON, D. C.
A. A. HOSMER.                A. 0. HEYLMCN.
J{OSMER & HEYLMUN,
ATTORNEYS-AT-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.
Special attention given to causes in the Gen-
eral Land-Office.

W. W. CURTIS.
Late Chief Clerk
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.

GEORGE EARLE, JR.,
Attorney and
Counsellor at Law.

S. S. BURDETT,
Late Commissioner
GENERAL LAND OFFICE.

CURTIS, EARLE & BURDETT,
SOLICITORS OF CLAIMS AND
ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES,
OFFICES; No. 700 NINTH STREET N.W.,
(Opposite Department of the Interior.)
--S      I TGTO   I, D. C.
Cases Before the General Land Office and Department of the Interior a Specialty.
ALSO PROSECUTE ALL CLASSES OF CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT.

D. H. TALBOT,
GENERAL LAND, SCRIP AND WARRAN'r BROKER,
SIOUX CITY, IoWA,
Will buy and sell all Classes of Scrip and War-
rants for Location of Government or State
Lands. Government and State Lands located
for Cash or on Shares. Soldiers' Additional
Homesteads a specialty. Have the largest
stock on hand in the country.  Orders by
telegraph or otherwise, for any class of Scrip
or Warrants, promptly filled, sent C. 0. D., by
Express, or through a reliable Bank, allowing
examination before payment.
Would be pleased to hear from any one hav-
ing knowledge of choice tracts of vacant lands,
that we may be mutually benefited. Give full
particulars. Address in all cases,
D. H. TALBOT,
Sioux City, Iowa.

C. D. GILMORE
G ILMORE &

CONTENTS.
Cards-Advertisements-Mineral Patents ............. 1
MINES AND MINERALS.
Central Pacific Railroad Company ................    2
Carron  v8  Curtis ....................................  3
Eagle Salt Works-Ellis Drake-B H. Brooks ....        4
F. U. Morse-W. S. Merrell-George       1. Hurlbnt..  5
PRE-EMPTIONS.
David  Foster .........................................  5
John   T. Farley .....................................  7
Proposed Legislation.........................        7
Land Directory-Editorials-Land Personals .....       8
Bar Association of Washington, D. C ............. 10
U. S. SUPREME COURT.
C. C. Martin, et al., vs. James Marks .............. 11
STATE SELECTIONS.
Swamp and School Lands ........................... 12
RAILROADS.
Eaton vs. Cal. and Oregon R. R. Co ............... 13

F.               A. A. THOIAS.
(Late Register at Kirwin, Kansas. General Circular of the Land Office ............... 13

CO.,

Successors to Chipman, Hosmer & Co.,
OFFICE, No: 629 F ST., WASHINGTON, D. C.,
Will prosecute before the General Land Of-
fice, Office of Indian Affairs, Department of the
Interior, the Court of Claims, United States Su-
preme Court, Claims of all kinds arising under
laws governing the Disposal of Public Lands, or
the adjustnient of French, Spanish, and Mex-
ican Grants, or other Private Land Claims, as
well as claims under Indian Treaties, etc. Land
Warrants, Land Scrip, and Additional Home-
stead Rights bought. Land Cases a specialty.
SEE ADVERTISEMENT
OF
HAND BOOK OF MINING LAW
ON
LAST PAGE.

Homestead and Cash Patents Issued-Advertise-
m ents  ...........................................  15
Cards, Advertisements-Copp's Hand Book ...... 16
MINERAL PATENTS ISSUED.
Since our last report patents have been is-
sued for the following mining claims:
ARIZONA.
Yavapai County.
Michael Wormser, Eugenie and Big Bug
Mines.
CALIFORNIA.
El Dorado County.
Jos. J. Barnes et al., Pleasant Flat Placer.
Giovanni Raffetto et al., Placer.
Nevada County.
D. D. Shattuck, Palmyra Fluming and Min-
ing~aim.
. D   Shattuck, Newark Fluming and Mg.
Co's. Placer.

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