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: V egas Daily Gazette.
TItar&Jay, September A. ISIS, Curious Facts. Serpents aro said to obey the voice m' llieir master. The trumpet bird 1 America follows its owner like :t spa niel, mid the jaeaua nets as it ruard to poultry, protecting (hem in tlin link! day I'roin birds of prey, and escort ing tlieui home at night. lit tin Shetland Isles there is a jruli vlncli ileieniU t tie lloeK lroni eaglc it is taereloro regarded as the privi leged bird. The chamois, hounding over the inoiintaiti, arc. indebted lor their sale y in no small decree to a epecies ol pheasants. The bird acts as the sentinel; for as soon as it gets siglit of a man, it whis tles upon hearing which, the chani'ds knowing the hunters to bo near, scU o!l'at full speed. The artifices which partridges nnd plovers employ to delude their ene mies from the'nest of their voungnia be referred to as i caso in point, ar well as t he adroit contrivance of tlx. hind for the preservation of her you in: for when she hears the sound of dogs. she puts herself in the wav of the hunt er, and starts in a direct ion to draw them a way from her fawns. Inutilices of the effect of grief upon animals are no less remarkable. The writer already cited says: MI knew a dog that died of sorrow t the loss of his master, and a hull linc.h that abstained from singing lei entire months oh account of the ab sence of its mistress. On her return it. immediately resumed its song." Lord Kaimes relates an instance ol st canary which while singing to a malt ha Iching her eggs in a cage; fell dead: he female left, the nest, ami iindin him dead, rejected all food, and died by his side. t A Child's Hciirt. The other day a curious old woman. h:iviit:r a bundle in her hand and walk ing with a painful effort, sat down on a curbstone up "Woodward avenue, to test. She was curious because her garments were neat and dean, though threadbare, and curious because v. smile crossed her winkled face ns children passed her. It might have been tliis smile that attracted a group of three little ones, the oldest about nine. They stood in a row in front of the old' woman, saying never a word, but watching her face. The smile brightened, lingered and then suddenly faded away, and a corner of I ho ohl calico apron" went, up to wipe uway a tear. Then the eldest child stepped forward and asked: "Are you sorry because you haven't got any children:" 'I I had children once, hut they are all dead!" whispered the woman, a sob in her throat. 'Tarn awful sorry," said the little nrl, as her own chin ouivered. 1 ! ive vim one of mv little brothers ere, but von see 1 haven't got but iwo. and I don't believe I'd like to hipan; one." "(iod bless you, child bless you f irever !"' sobbed the old woman, and lor a full minute her face was buried in her apron. lint I'll tell you what I'll do." seriously continued the child. "You may kiss us all once, and if little Ben isn't afraid, you niiiv kiss him four times, for he's just as sweet as can dy !" Pedestrians who saw three well dressed children, put their arms around that st range old woman's neck and kiss her were greatly puzzled. They didn't know the hearts of chil dren", and they didn't hear the woman's words as she rose to go: "Oh ! children, Pin only a poor old woman, beiieving I'd nothing to live tor, but you've given me a lighter heart than I've had tor ten long years!" Detroit Free Press. 'I lie Ilfiiiainl for Knap. The father who is wondering what profession his son shall enter is hereby reminded of the fact that nol hing is more standard than good bar-soap It sell in localities where the voice of la A' is never heard, and sells for cash. At the French P.azaar in the Albert Hall, a lady was dispensing tea. A solemn gentleman approached nr.d a-ked the price of a cup. ''One shill ing. Before handing him the cup the lady raised it to her lips and observed that tut; price was now a sovereign. Til-i solemn gentleman gravely re plaeedlhe shilling with a sovereign and said: '-He good enough to give me adean cup." "We frequently hear people discuss ing the relative excellencies of the ap ple and pear, lift all such turn to Cenesis and read of the first great victory of the apple over the pear That should have settled it lor all time. In reply to a person who asked him the derivation of the word "restau ran I,", Bayard Taylor replied jokingly with a merry twinkle in his ej e. "l.'es tanrant is derived from res, a 'thing,' and tmiriis, 'a bull' a bully thing." A great many of our modern young ladies resemble the lilies of the ijcld they toil not, neither do they spin! But they spend a pile of money and lie around the house and lei thi'irmo t hers do t lie work. Thai's the kind of hollyhocks they arc! Til E C r KR Y.S C Y i VEST J03T. Notwlt'.lsliinilintí i lie Isn't flint Unmounts .font l'Ci)ile are l irecnf worrjltijr llieniflvr til iKiit to UmiIi nvcithitt vi'xrii iic.Miii, even In lie cMiMit, 1' iiojrlrrtin their liii.-lies their uní liiiine their inly to Uietr I'umnles, 'lien- sire Mill IhiitiMinils tr .011 ti OiisHmls ol Miinrc. liuril orkui(C, iiiK'Uienl men jiotirliiK o"' tiie ricul ArkiiiiSii Vallt'V, tlieiiiiliirii iltlie Wit, Iicit lie AtrlilMin, 'liieU:i & StuitH Ke Kiiilronn oi (Tí them tlii'ir cnoé'O (' 2,fiHl,lti'tt sscres ot the iiuwt l.muuig lands in the world ir almost t tic-it wit iirli-e-. Ii lo not lxiievo o, write t'i iio iindcrsiifiied xv vlll tell you v.lieie yon itn from clioii)i land exploring ticket, ami how, .it u moiler:ili! expenso, you can tue fur yonratl i ml bu convinced. W. F. WMI I K, General rasscngcr and Tiik- Agmt, 'J OIlt'kS.KllllIlX Sfrayctl or Stolen. From Fort "C nioii, about 3 months ago a gray mare branded 1 on left check and a small colt about six months old. The colt had a halter on. Will pay $10 reward for their return to me. ' C1IAKLKS HOFFMELEK. 'unci Go. SANTA FE to PRESC0TT. 3hortot, Quickest and Cheape? route to Arizona. Tjiimilnjr a throwrh dnilv conveyance for T'ns e(lT'. Kx)Wiui,'taiil mull- -from .Sun n t'e.j;. .M. lo ri'l'-eoH w-umuh hi rim i h r"(,v . . st :iti't iiiilelietit loine io i' oí i .iifi.M.- i"i iieliniii-e, N. ftl , sukI ( i'".!1 -Ai.Mlie, Mhr.u .... . ... Í . v.i. ...... i.. Ml...... 1 Mill! iWlllinitllH Oil J.IIIIU V VMM. 1. 1'. lli'M," , VinMc, Moliiirn, Mint tlic niiaixK. 'linnets ' ulobe. 1 Diiilistone, sui'i rruse.ou . i i.dhh. K. A. t'l.SIC, Ssinta i'e, Attorney iX Mirgv Las Vegas & Las Cruces Via Anion Chico, Gallinas Spruus, Santa liosa, Puerto de Lu na, ort um iery , lioswell, Lincoln. Fart Stanton, South Fork and Tu larosa. Carries Passengers and Express on Keasonablo Terms. C. COSGROVE. Proprietor Saw If -ASI) ,ER YA1U). I5Y X. ROMERO & WOOITJSN, FEB THOUSAND. at their Lumber Yard, at the iiltmning Mill ol JOhn H.Wootien, cu CSTLeave your orders at the store of T. Homero Bro's., & Son. Las Veo as, Siotlco. Land Oefxce, Saxt a Fi:; N. M. ) July. 81st 1879. Notice is hercbv riven llmf fhn fnll lowing named sett lershave tiled untier. of intention to make final urnnf in sujiimrt of their claims and secure linai entry thereof on the. expiration of thirty days from the date of this uotice, viii: Charles T. Moore Xreemiit ion state ment No. 294 for the N. V,'. J N. E. .Section 7 Townshii 4 North of liangc 24 East. The claimant names the iol owing persons as his witnesses to pro ve his claim, Cormacli II. Moore of San Miguel Co. and Harry 15. ilenrv ol San Miguel Co. .James 1). Moore Preemption state ment No. 'JiU for the S. J S. W. Sec. 6. Township 4 North of Uange '4 Ensi and S. E. S. E. Section 1. Town ship 4 North of Pango 23 East. The claimant names the following persons ashis Avitness to prove his claim, Cor macli II. Moore of San Migue' Co. and Harry li. Henry ofSan Miguel Co. JOHNC. DAVIS, 331-ñt. Pegister. aviso puni.ito. Dosdo el din Id .lo Muyo .lo ISTO luí ecpiiríln nit esposi Alaria Yi,t.,ri Maitines ile fil conyit. tie íjencru! tenido dnrnnto 2: uílo i!nlo hoy aviso quo desde otn fedui :io paginé ninguna cuenla coiitisida. ior ella. LUCIAXO MONTO YA. LXCIIAMI E LX C 1 1 A X G E i &4 i...rf,r llii'i'i'i a j iiun-ii, iiuii'iii, EXCHANGE HOTEL. United States Fobagk Aoescy United Statks Foiiaue Agency fj9, VF!AS, yV.W MFXICO. LAS VEUAS. NKW MKXUO TliU hotel has been newly refitted and oilers SurETlTOR APVANTAOF.S SUPKKIOU ADVANTAGES Fim THE ACCOMMODATION loll THE ACCOMMODATION OF OF OF OF TIIK TKAVKT.IXO PUr.T.IO. T11K TKAVKl.I.vO 1'UIÍLIO. THE BILLIARD ROOM IsiC TUG BILLIARD ROOM TIIÍ5 BILLIARD ROOM li s first-class Tables, and THE BAR tiik bar THE RK TIIK BAR the bar THE BAR Is nlwavs supplied with the very Is always supplied with the very BEST LIQtiOltS, CIGARS, ETC , LEST LIQUOUS, CIGAliS, ETC., ' BEST LIQUOKS, CIUAUS, ETC, FEKP CORRAL I? F.ED CORRAL FEED CORRAL AND LIVERY STABLE ATTACHED LIVE tí Y STABLE ATTACHED FORAGE KEPT 'N N". FOI! At; K hl.TT ON lOliAUK Kb PI ON HAND. Oharles Emil Weeche, Proprietor Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor Charla Emil Wesche, Proprietor (CHAS. ILFELD'S NEW BUILDIKO), Las liegas W. Ghas. Jewett, Proprietor. ThoEarffPstand'hcsl; Ilnnso in the Tcrntor- and has the ent of Accommodations for Travel ers. Attached to tho house arc Fine Stables and CorralM. AUo a No. 1 Bar; with the choicest of liquors tuid clgHi'swd a KewMtylo Billiard I able. IIEHBERT & CO 9 DRUQS, KEDlQiNES, TOILET ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY. :o:- P TIES Oil TP TI O NSarefulhi Compounded. :o: At Dr. Shout's Old Stand. reat E'mpor iu in Charles IlfeM Dealer in Genera! Merchandise andOatSttmg Bonds, yorth side of Square Las Venas, DDIfW mwiPD tout mil? inn.uor niuiüo uuvymi mini i nnj luwoo. JOHN DOUGIIER & CO. X7Vii.olcs;.lo ,aa.cl XSLotail clonlor ita. i Z r also Sole agents for Dick . (JELF.liUJTED LA G 1111 BLEU IN jY. jl I'artlcs can expect to find all classes of goods In oar line kept constant y on hand. JOIIX DOUGHll A CO., North East Corner Plaza Las Vegas, N M MEW TIBJ SHOP, OF 811 i TIN SHEET IRON AND STOVES. SliespP Tanks an Sheet-Iron Stoves Hade to Order COPP33E WOEIEOOPIK-G AITD SIPOTTTIZnTO-. All work warrcuted. nud all orders prompt lv filled. Shop in the Gonzalo huilding, South Main St., LVs Veyas, Jh&m BRUMSWICK? WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER In General Merchandise and Outñttln Goods, North Sido of Tiaza, Las Vegas, X. M. C3T Special inducements to Cash Buyers, as 1 sell no goods on time. 3 RUPB OASTLH' VhcIe'sato and fJetaU Dealers In NATIVE & EASTERN LUMBER, SASH DOORS AND BIjINDS, 3rouldiiigs,Sidiiiír, Ceilin?, Floor ing, Paints, rind Oils. Class, I3uild in Taper. Etc., Taint ;I5ru!ies, Tlaster X'aris, Plaster, Huir and Cement. Will Glee Estimates Ml Orders Filled -ON- SHORT NOTICE, Country Dealers will do well to call on us before purchasing Elsewhere. RAILROAD AYE. EAST LAS VEGAS, Nr M. :the: OF 9 and branch store at La Junta, X. M on all Kinds of $4 NSS9 ERA - - L