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Las Vegas Daily Gazette.
Sun lay, September 7. 1873, reciiliarities of Speech. Everv one lias some pcoulinrit y of Kpcecli." The Yorkshire man is known all over England by Ids curious ac cent, airl tli" Cockney lias lor centur ies been 1 lie butt of ridicule lor bis unkind treatment of his "aitches"nnd bis transpositions of V. and W. Our Southerners call us all "Yankees'' 'above Mason and Dixon's line, and accuse us of savin? "I guess and cal culate," and we "retaliate by saying4'! reckon'that's so!" I have a lady friend who lias a weakness for saying" huv!'' and begins most of her sentences iu'that manner. One day so mo per son was asking a mutual friend what Mrs. "L Sav" culled her husband when she addressed him familiarly. His Christian name happened tobe Heze kiah, or Ebenezer, or Jehosaphat, or some other Biblical name hard to shorten into a pet mime, as for exam ple, "Ebby," or "Jlossy," or 'That tie." The friend made answer. "Oh, she merely calls him 'I bay.'" It really seems that Mrs. Kate Spra gue lias escaped from her husband's house and taken her children with her. She left Sat urday, eluding the vigilance of Mr. Hpraguc and bis friends, and up to this writing has no been found. The country was scoured by the deserted husband, trains were stopped, etc., but the fugitives were nowhere dis covered. It is asserted tnat Mrs. Sprague probably departed in a steam viiclit 'that was seen hovering near Xarnigansett l'ier for some hours prior to Mrs. Sprague's departure. It is not likely that Hie lady left without ample preparation for ft succesful es cape, and she is probably in the hands of friends, who will sec that all possi ble is done to keep her whereabouts unknown. The boy Willie, the eldest of the childrens, remains with his father. Inter Ocean. A PJca for quiet Ciiils. The quiet girl, an observant critic remarks is generally worth studying and will freqiient'ly astonish those who pretend to understand her, by rising to heights, when she is sum moned thither, which are unapproach able, to her complacent and '.ourted critics. Y'et it may happen that quiet girls of the best type may lack the wit, the adaptability 'to that which they h:ive no sympathy, the glibuess, and that unlimited faith in themselves which must be possessed by those who desire to attract the iiotu:e of more shallow portion of society, wh belie in noisv girls. All quiet girls are not endowed with genius and the the vir tues, for some tire simply fools who would be noisy enough if they could1 fuid anvihing to sav lint we protest lua'nt' Ihe habit which prevails of slighting quiet girls and speaking ill of Themliefore i hey have been fairly tried, and of pa ingsicketiing hoiniige to conceited chatter boxes of little moral sense and principle. While noisy damsels will often turn out to bo oiiudv impostors, many quiet, ones will amply repay the time, t rouble and love which any one may bestow upon them. -o- Poor Alphonso of Spain! He can only remain a widower the conven tional vear. which even Ihe gayest of widowers observe. No matter how badly he feels, and how his heart may bleed, ho must go out courting, for Don ('arlos stands perilously near the throne, and nobody wants that scape grace, after all the revelations about him. The papers say that the Arch duchess Christine, whom he is to mar ry, i-i a nice girl, beautiful and accom plished1 litit they always say that of princesses! Alphonso has done very Well so far; so much better than any of his immediate ancestors, that it conlirms the gossip that there is very little royal Spanish blood in his veins. Alliances between the llapsburgs and fx; I'.ourbons have been of frequent occurrence for many centuries past, and the bride and bridegroom are cousins, but so distant that no Papal dispensation will be required to le galize their union, as was the case when Alfonso and Mercedes were wedded. Our Ameriean minister in Mexieo writes that Amerieaii rrieultitral luiiehiuerv has been (successfully m troduccdinto Mexieo, and that im portant, results are likely to follow. Mexieo has a larue area of wheat hinds, but, for want of proper implements m.d maehinerv has not been able to roduee enouoli grf" '",mo ,on: iui.nition. Hitherto implements and machines of American uianuiaeluro have not had a fair triid; but. under 1lie influence of the new era ot cotn-inp-ciii'. friendlines i.lows, ctiltiva'ors, drills, eorn-pliinters and reapers have been introduced and havo been well received. This would seem to op a new Held to American manufactures. Colonv of Catholic settled on linns in Kansas give a very lavor nblB report of their success. 1 m l.lor I" tBCil Mr liniillc, tcrlo de Lu-ua, Jex"0 T 1 1 E ' I' ku r. X C V Q V r.KT 1 it X . No!u!llnnii:ilnjr I he Inc.! tlnil Ihnustiii'ls .I'oin .coilt ure :il i'-ii-tit woiTjlnjr 'lun.ei' ul inoAt l denUi uwrt his vc.xcil iiie-liin, c i til in he extent ( iirsrlerlin'T tlM-lf biii-lness, then unit homes their uity to llieir milieu, there are still tlmi'smi'ls tuioii t! lUrtmiil ol'sintirl. himl working in llitreiil men tmiiliií into ilic íichi ArUaiisiis Vullev, llicliuficnii Hie Wot, when: Ihe Ati lil-oii, 'lopi-kit & Santa he l;:i!lroiui . lers ihem their choice uf S.MO.omi acres (it tin lineal l;ii'imii lamí in the world lit almost thtii own : h:c.". li )oii l not believe h, w rile to die iimleisiKiKMl, who will tell you w here j on ciin (jet ehe:ip liiml explorli.R ticket, ami how. al a moderate expense, you van see for yourael ami be convinced. w r wMITK) General Pauengtr and Titk- Agent, 'J'OlU'k&.KiltltlH ST&IZ JLIJYE, Mall and Transportation Co. SANTA FE to PRFSCOTT. Shorte-t, Quickest nd Cheapen route to Arizona. Runninir a through ilailv conveyance for r ei.L'ers. Kxiress, and miitl-1'vom Santa Fe, N. M. to l'roMiott Arizona in four days. The shor -cstiind quickest ínu.cto Knit Winjiate am! nrt Deliiinee, N. M , mid ( iiiip Av. elic, M. union -itilemrnt on Utile Coloriulo Uiver, Lump Verle, Mohína, mid tlie m.i.ing iti-trcts of (jlobe. 'Jombslonc, mid 1'rcsoU Arizona. K. A. FISK, Sun ta 'e, Attorney & Mn'gr. Las Vegas & Las Ouces IT. S. Is$JE Via Anton CMco, Vallino Springs, Santa liosa. Pan-to tie La na, orí umnry , lloswcll, Lincoln, Fort Stanton, South Fork and Tu la rosa. Carries Passengers and Express on Ueasonablo Terms. C. COSGROVE. Ir op r Ir I or n n -AXD a. a.h T. HOMERO & W001TLX, PER THOUSAND. ut their Lumber Yard, at the planning Mill ol CK- ("Lcnve your orders at the store of T. liomcro Bro's., & Son. Las Vegas, N ew Mex AVISO PUBLICO. I)o?(le el dla 10 do Muyo ilu 1879 te ha scpnvalo mi é.sio.s i Maria Ysidora Miirtines dom cunj n (j general tenido duriiiilo 23 uiloi dando lioy nviso (lie d(W(le c.-tta fucliii Jio jiaguié iiiuiina cuenta contraída yioi' ella. LUCIANO M0NT0YA. Brookside Cottage! This House has been newly rcAirnislied throughout. Rooms well reiitihiteu and oho fill. Everything connected with tliu Oitabli meiit clean, eoiniortabie and atiruclivo. THE TABLE INVITING. The patronage of the traveling pub lic is invited. Ijudge S. A. Hubbell,' Pro'rp Las Vegas, Neu Mexico. EXCiiAXci; excitaxci: j HOTEE. HOTEL, EXCHANGE HO TEE. AND United States Fobaciü Agency United States Fokaue Agency I,AS VF(i'S, NKW MEXICO. LAS YEUAS, NKW MEXICO This hotel has been newly refitted and offers STTPETITOK ADVANTAGES SUPERIOR ADVANTAGES FOll THE ACCOMMODATION FOM THE ACCOMMODATION OF OF OF OF THE TRAVELING PUDLIC. THE TKAVELl.sU l'tliLlO. KrTIlE BILLIARD ROOM THE UILLIAKD ROOM JB- THE BILLIARD ROOM hag fiist-class Talles, and THE BAR the bar THE E A E THE LAR the bar THE BAR Ts always supplied with the very 13 always supplied with the very BEST LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., BEST LlQt'ORS, CIGARS, ETC., BEáT LIQUORS, CIGARS, ETC., FEED CORRAL FKED COI? RAL FEED CORRAL AND MVERY STABLE ATTACHED LIVE tiY STABLE A1TACI1ED FORAGE lvj;PT "N II Nl). ki;a(;k kki t o hand. FOHAOE Ktl'T ON HAM). Charles Emi! Wngche, Proprietor Charle Emi! Wesrhe, Proprietor. Charles Emil Wesche, Proprietor. JiSWETT'S IIODEL (CIIA9. ILFELD'SNKW BUILDING), Las V9c&G8, . Tl. Chas. Jewett, Proprietor. The Largest nnd'bcst House in the Territory muí has the best of Aecommoihitions for Travel ers. Attiicheil to the house lire Fuie Stuliles ami Corrals. Also u Mo. 1 Bar; with the choicest of liquors and clours and a Hew Style Killinrd Table. HERBERT & CO DRUGS, fílEDICiríES, TOILET ARTICLES, AND PERFUMERY. P RE S CHIP Tl ON S carefully vompoanaea. :o: Dr. ShOUt'S Old Staild, :the: Great ESxri.po:ar ul txx OF Charles Ilfeld, Dealer in General Merchandise and Outfitting Goods, North side of Square Las Vcyas, and branch store at La Junta, A'. J tfflEW ERA PRICES LOWER THAI THE LOWEST JOHN DOUGHER & CO. Wliolesalo ívtxcI X"2.otxxil dealer In CIIOICT also Sole agents for Dick Bros. CELF.UJIJTICD LAG Ell BEEll IN n. jr. Parties can expect to find all classes of yoods in our line kept constant y on hand. JOHN J)0UG IJJl cO CO., North East Comer Plaza La Vegas. N 21 WIIISIIM HFi South Second-Street, West Las Vegas, Hew Mexico. DEA LEU IX HARDWARE, TIN, SÍIEET-IÍ10N, ZIKC and COPPER. Special attention paid to Roofing and Spouting, Will furnish tin. put Standing Groove or Flat Seam for $0.75 per Square Sheep T 22. !sl . of any izo, made to order. Sheet-iron Stoves, both Heating ank blieel-tron, Planished topper and Pressed Hare of all kinds. The well-known firm of BURDETTE & SMITH Troy, Nw Yok, tins mmlo the mn mi facture nf stoves llirlr stud - for Xivpnrs, nnrl now offer t ;tiie inioliu the Finest anil most couuitaU) Coukius auU Itjatiiii; 'btoves ver íuailu. Tim utove re lor eitiier Vooa uf toui. MY HARDWARE . ANIb PRESSED WARE is obtainded from the well-known firm of SZIMZOHnTS I-IiaiDWJLiaiD CO., SO?. XiOTJIS. who have tne largest stock of any firm Wt&t of the Mississippi. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 717 SASH DOORS AN I) BLINDS. IoiildingnSidinr, Ceiling, Fluor ine, Paints, and Oils. Glass, Build ing Paper. Etc., Paint Brushes, Plaster Paris, Plaster, Hair and Cement. Will Give Estimates Material Mi Orécrs WlUeii Country Dealers will do well to call on us before purchasing Elsewhere. RAILROAD AVE. EAST LAS VEGA?, N. M. Cooking, made to order. Galvanised EASTERN LUMBE15, on all Kinds of m -OX 'ICJE.