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Official Vote of Yuma Uountjr. sive work on the same object in , 15 rz 5? 10 1 10 c. w r. FASHION SALOON S. P. R. R. press. It will give in full the Land Office and Court decesions now in force, and be the authori ty on United States mining law without doubt, BJLTFBPAY, . .XOVI!3lE2l 20, I8i0 l citsg EL h rj eng jL I Now hare a new Brunswick and Balk carom Billiard Table, a. liut bar with the choicest of Akizona Sentinel. ARIZONA 'CONCENTRATION COMPjiKY. Th Arizona Concentration Co. send lifty men through Yuma last Monday eng route to their ex tensive. Placer grounds at Pin ihoso near Eiirenberg: This Com pany has been at work in the Territory now for nearly it year prospecting mid prepairing the way to introduce thfcir Drv Ore Concentrators upon all desireable grounds where wter cannot be obtained. The Company own and control tho letler.patent for the "Stephens Dry Ore Concentrator' for the Territories of Arizona and New Mexico, and these machines after a caref ul and thorough test have proven that they are capa ble of working five tons of dirt ltr hour and will save 03 per cent of the gold contained in the dirt The machines are constructed in a solid and durable manner and warranted to run for six months without alteration or repair. The Company have secured three thousand acres of Placer ground in the Plomoso district, and the dirt averages from three to five dollars per ton with the prospect of striking a pocket occasionally that will materially iucreaso the yield of gold. The maxium cost of working the dirt does not ex ceed $1 per ton and as th Compa ny have now six machines on the grouud ready to work with capa city of six hundred tons per day magnitude of the enterprise can readily be seen. The Company proposes to send more men to their grounds as fast as they can be utilized, and as it is the policy and plan of the Company to erect and set iu oper ation other mills besides the one now in operation the Company coafidently expect to have at least five mills running before next Spring and give employ ment to at least five hundred men. To still further augment then returns the Company find in tak ing out the dirt for their mach inas that they obtain about 8 per cent in galena that in working up to the capacity of the machines they obtain besides the free gold 18 tons per d.-.y of galena which- has been carefully assayed and carries over SCO, per ton in silver. The Company have made a con tract with Castlo Dome Smelting works whereby they will receive tho full value of the silver con tuiuad in the material, the lead more than paying the freight and cost of work. We wish tho Com 'pany every success in their un dertaking and a-rje convinced that they have commenced an indus try that will not oaly be ot great profit and benefit to themselves but will-materially aid iu develop ing this part of the Territory. Wo shall watch the progress of their work with interest and will from time to time give our readers the result of their operations. -A Good Thing1 For Miners And Lawers. A seventh edition of that much praised book "Copp's Hand-Book of Mining Laws," will soon be out: to contain the State fnd Territorial mining laws, and in structiou how to examine title, in addition to the lists of Govern ment patents, digest of decisions, and other good things in previous editions. Its editor, Henry k Copp, of Earthquakes and Volcaneos. According to the observation ofWiA. Goodyear, Stale Geolo gist of Salvador, 609 earthquakes were felt in that country within 22 days preceeding the 12fh of January last. Since then the shocks have been less frequent as well as less severe, but they still continue, and in the vicinity of lake Ilopangoare accompanied iy loud noises,, per haps caused by the escape of Volcanic gases -through the crust of the earth. Guatauiala has had its sensation iu an eruption which broke out in the Volcan Do Fuego, only nine miles southeast of the old capital of i he state, on the 27th of June throwing out great clouds of sand and smoke, beside flame and lava. Telegrams from Portland on the Williamette announce that steam arises from Mt. Hood, as if that volcano might resume itsactivity. San Francisco continues to eng joy the relative exemption from earthquakes observed since the great shock relatively great for us, through it would have been a small affair in Central America, or on the coast of Peru of 1868. Year after year passes now with out a shake hard enough to be felt by the people generally though we have slight trembles occasionally, including one only a week since, observed by a few. Within the last twelve years Ger many has had more earthquakos than Central California. , California Presidential Electors. Official returns of the vote for presidential Electors -rom every country except Inyo, Modoc and Trinity, give the following results Republican Miiler, 8U.8J2; Ed gerton, S0,37S; Bauer, 80,318; Fox 80,258; McKaig. 80,27: Bard, 80,- 274. Democrats Wallace, 8Pf3SS; lorry, 76VS7I; Shrob, 80.395 Brown, 80,388; IIniey, 80 ,403 Del Valle, 80,417. Del Valle, it will be notice, leads hss ticket, and with him are electeil lien ley, lirown Shrob and Wallace giving to thirl State five Deino. cratic olectoritl votes. Terry is defeated by Edgerton (Republi can,) who leads him by 507 votes. The return's from th threecoun ties above mentioned are semi official, but it is believed will not change the result. Jt will be ob served hat ibe majorities are but small, ;-ts iShrob and Wallace are only ahead by 87 and SS respecti vely, and Del Valle, tho leading Eleeinron the Democratic ticket iuu but 143 votes ahead of Ihe lowest Uepubiican Elector, Fox, Judgo ferry run behind his ticket and wa-s closely followed by W. B. C. lit own. The defeat of the former is apparently due to straight scratching, as a compari son of the votes will show that the Republican ticket was not benefited by Judgo Terry unp0. pularity. General Miller, who followes Edgerton, was left by 66 votes. Babbitt KSetal In Quantities to Subpurchaser AT THr SENTINEL OFFICE. !- f 5 c" OS 1 2 52 r w 5 O Ml OS n t"1 , 1 I 1 I I- CO w OS t o - tC - :? 65 M I a. a 10 - o 3 -. C SP 1 J S o" JS s - r n 3 K -1 H 2 5 3 - 11 g I-1 IC (O in t-1 ti fr- to "O y-L CM 3- 3 5 5 . 5 15 CV Vt 15 OO I l- r- Zi rf. CO i3 5 tH f- caer. b -vi - eng c - 2 o cr. i cs tS ct 10 J. E. B 1 ( . o c 8 if-en.oir- W SI f eng -3 e ir Brandies, . Wines, Whiskies and Cigars. And cordially invite raj friends to come UU BUU U1U. CHAS. W. SCOTT. 44-tf. ESTABLISHED IN 1852. L P. FULR'S Nexspapeu Advertising Agency, fkooms 20 and 21, Merchants' Exchange California Street, S.F, NB. ADVERTISING SOLICITED for all newspapers published or? the Pacific GVast. the Snndwi'-h Islands. Polynesia, Mexican Ports, Panama, Val- naratso, Japan, China, iew Zealand, the Australian Colonics, the Eastern btates and Europe, i lies of nearly every uews paper published on the Pacific Coast are kept, constautle on hand and all adverti sers are allowed fre access to them durinsj business hours. The Sextieel is kept on file at the offi ce of L.P. Fisher. TIME TABLE. Sa Pa Rb O V From San Francisco, Toward S. F. 19 Arizona PassenjfHr. 20 Arizona Passenirc 23 Arizona Freight. Arizona Freight; A. M. A.M. . P.M. A. M 2 10.. 7 45 Yuma C00.. (3 15 15.7 05.. S fct....Gila City.... 5 10.. 5 15 H.3 20.. 9 ST Aliunde 4 20.. 4 20 2t5.1.. t! 05.. 11 lo.Mohuwk Sum't. 2 55.. 2 35 ; . .6.2. . G SO.. It 4n... Texas Hill.... 2 30.. 2 10 ..p m 22.7... 8 00.. I 00....Sl:mwix 1 15.. 12 40 1 15.... " .... 1 00.... 4.r p m. 8 20.. 1 35 Hentir.el....l2 40.. 12 20 13.8 a x 9 15., 2 27..Paint.d loek..ll 55. .11 to 15,8 10 20.. 3 2S....Ui'a Bond... .10 55.. 10 20 p M 18,9... 11 35.. 4 40 Estrdla 9 50.. 8 52 lS,2...f I 45.. 5 50.... Maricopa.... 8 4r.. 7 4 14.9 2 U0.. li 45.. Sweet-Water.. 7 5Q.. 6 45 11.1... 3 45.. 7 H0..Casa (Jrande.. 7 10 7 30 7 45.... " " ... 55. 18, 4 55.. 8 58... 'sin'. '.''J in.'.'. "766!.ionoX! p m r m... 7 00. .11 55.. ..Piealio 5 48.. ....13.9 .Kedllo'k.... 5 00.. ....15.5 ..Riliito 4 05.. ....17.1 a m . . . . ..Tucson 3 00.. 5 00 4 10 s'io ,P M 2 00 Trains unive ui Yomn from Lus j;eles t 7 a. ir. and leave for Los Ant: la i: 5i) i'. m., as usual. An rek Issued Auirust 1st. AMieaii Mmw Directory FOR 1 8 80. 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Frkb lo tar aildrcss upon p pllcntlon. Contains descriptions of erery thlni: required for tth nvr i jnn Illnstrallon. Wn lell all Boodtwholes.-!e prlfM In qnaatitloa to ul jo Durrhim-r. Tlie onlr Instliutlon in America Who muke this hgvr$alfrini. XilittM, COMMENCING MONDAY s OCT. I8TH, 1880. And uatll further aeUec, TRAINS Will leave LOS ANGELES as fllm: lfRA- M DAILY-Local Pas. L J ttJtJ tender Train to Wilmington. 1 ! l p- M.-DAILY-San Francisco i .i .xKres3 Traiu connecting at Lathron with thi Aflnnfu r. iih of tke Central PaciHc Rttiii "a Arsi O.OP. M. DAILY Ariron Ex. A press train for Yuma (Colored. River steamers , Maricopa (stages tor Phamlx and Prescott), Casa Grande (stages for Florence and Globe), Tucson .uSs for Guaymns and Sonora), Benson (staf4t or Tombstone), Willcox an " lSiSSSJ (stages for New Mexico). ""urg- w mXO ger Train to Wilmington. -r.UV ger Train to Santa Ana, con. nectmg with stages for Sau Diego. 4- 90 M. DAILY Via L. A. I torSutuMoRu7LOC'1 PM8eBKCr TrBiB 4-0 ..--AILY-San FrancIeo im" i ifcroujcL Freight and Third Claes Accommodation Train. TICKET miCZS: Cmercial Street K R. Dcpwt; DEPOT OFFICi a f H.K A. N. TOWNE, Gtiuerai SuperiaUudaBt. T. n. GOODMAN, Geueral,Pa3.rnger and Ticket Ar'l- E. E.JIIEWITT, A&s't Superiatendent, Los Antlet. 37- JOS. J. STEIN. DON. G. JlACLOEl Pacific Exchange, JOS.J.STFLYitCO., PKOPRIETOKS. Pacific City, The Finest Brands of Wines. Liquors, & Cigars DOMESTIC, m IMPORTED. Give Us a Call. 20. tf. i ,oca or S,le ! A Bargain, Miners!! A NEW HUFTmGTON CRUSHER ALL COMPLETE, Mot Used a Week. The owner vUfoi'rt to sell the same, a h is tin.-';.u rapacity. The vnuk i n adapted for free gold or si verdrc. Vi'iui; 'xes fine, through No. 5i scree is. i to 5 tons, hard roeJc," in 13 li. nrs. ( Extras included in the price, ?1,"00. -.ddresa, Mi arJ Silver Bullion Companr, Corbui, ?fiohavm Go, A.T.