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I LOVE YOU DEARLY.
I Iot yen i dcArljr, O my iwrft: Altliotth you (.- nw lightly by, Althnif(h yi nev my tifr awry. Am) tn-jul my hfart iwrwatli ymir f.-V I Irrmihl at ynnr tmifil; I l;;h Taw jrmi pacing tlt.wn tlm irwit; I krw ytrtj dearly. 4 k tny twiTt Aithrmjrb you pan" mt lightly lr Ymi uy In mora Ihut lnv h & lImb.!., t'tuwlitti a liluiitJr. yo'ivi It- I know ftot; nny. ' iiivis I too to klw j ur liMbi oimI cry, "I fcmt you Cr.irl, u my nrwt1 AUtkouo you mi rr UctKly tf " -JupUü TI. UvChtrth tali: ok a m-ad Man. Hy h fiut ini-iui the sutijoiiic! reached taie in a mutter of ih consviuii.-4. It re entre U oormiumpeuro exufrinoes which iHit ofuat Uliorulcil, aik! w lik h arr wwsitily curious eiioU(l to wurratit pub lication. As to the existence of ant rut bodies then ia unqui-fttiormbly a' uerwral uiMs-lief Still, there are tltousand of men am) Women of liíh culturo mid Intel lit-no lio are Arm in tlx f:iith tliutaacli human life is compiineil'Of ut hast turo entitle, the physical body and nil astral IkhIv. which i sumi-pliysicul and senii-spirit-mil. and which ia very like the ordinary frame of flesh blood, nerve, imiitclennu' tissue and which differs from tlio othei in boinfr more nttenuatd in llbrr. It It am ethereulizeU iHulity, with human ele menta and the capability, at tiinin. of purulioii from the corporeal frame and an Independent t-xistenra. At death il does not lose ta individuality, and con tinues to live either for an Indefinite period or, possibly, forever. It ia in the nature of a vitalized sentient ahadow of the body, snd yet witli u specie nf tangibility that Ermita it. under cer tain favorable conditions, to U-come er oeptibld to, ind hold converse with, some lu the flesh. Such are I lie beliefs in re gard to thin double of the human, Ik'Iii tliut uro held by someof the Hiost eminent thinkers of the dny. 1 who write this nm the astrnl body ol runri Who lies dul liofore me. Am li ir-, double, although I am living. 1 am. in u sense, also the dead man, and us if I were he, 1 Khali itpt ak. Tlio gradual npproach of dissolution, the illness, tlio physical, mental, moral and emotional disturbance which pre cede and uccompany it, aro rarely re luted with exactness. What is often presented as characteristic of tho niori bund in a perversion of the facta. My life, Including its course and eat ing, va not especially remarkublo. 1 wua of robust youth: was religiously ed ucoird in the straightost fashion; bad u fair education in the schools und busi ness, and pursued an occupation which without overexertion furnished mo with a moderate competence. I enjoyed, as a rule, superb health, and also enjoyed n almost total exemption from Injuries. Life thus piued equably and unevent fully until I had reached a half century. It was at this ierlod that alight ripples besan to disturb Ilk ftí'fel of the hitherto p.n ific surface of the sea of life. Sleep always undÍHturbei and refreshing, bo ffin to I broken. Always hud 1 fallen asjeop when my head touched the pillow' and tho rent would last fir hours without interruption. Now it would be hours before 1 would drop into a fitful and restless slumber, which would he haunt ed by frightful visicmsof deuioniuc forms', Vmttnmles;-! chasms mid towering heights, ndmvn which I was hurled like Lucifer from tho battlement of heaven. Myspl.-ndid apjietite beau to fail: my lirstiin for physical und mental ex ertion lessened: my average good nature lveame tainted: my nerves, always heat lied in impenetrable defenses, be came bared, aa ase wears the enamel from a tooth, leaving its tender libera expowi to incessant and painful contact. Irritation took the place of the ordinary rndunir.cn of my nature. Strange and violent ( lins at times seized me with ferocity. in.-Hp cii.inges aiu not come in a month, or .i 5rtr, or in live years. They w.'io ;.li:-st imperceptible in their ai p ivvh. Itwiaa half score of yenr.i b- ir.ri; all thew clumges fon:ed themselves on my iiUeuli.m, and I diiK-overed that I had gronn thia and was losing my strength. Well meaning friends contributed to the hastening of my awakening from the unconsciousness of failing health. "What in the world ails you? Have you been sicur "No, I never felt better in my life," I would rtfly, ut the time a chill shudder ing along my nerves as their remarks forced themselves on me as adeadlv por tent. "What makea you think I am not looking well? "Oh. you're so thin and pale. You want to see a doctor. Another edusive acquaintance: "Why, old boy, you're getting old. Anything the matter with your Then I suddenly liegan to notice tin deaths among my acquaintances, ll came to me with the suddenness and ang of a dagger thrust that So and So, who were younger than 1. were dead 1 glanced about among the people I knew searching for those who were lov chums and companions ten and Iwvnty years beforo. und I discovered with u throb of pain that only here and there one re mained. 1 began unconsciously taking an ab sorbing interest In the death notices. "Younger than I! was the sinking coin nieut when such was the fact, and for a moment I came to (.he verge of hating those who had thus set an example of death at their uge. When the decease of the octogenarian unit those who climb ed to the very summits of the century wum announced, I warmed to their meui . oríes as flume who aliorded examples of the capacity of me', for long lite. I grew weaker in health und dcmoral ized in teiuieraiiieiil. The slightest ob stacle rullled me. I fell into despondent . moods, and lost my tolc for society, amusement, labor and study. Tba ine vitable burdens of life became micndur abU nd 1 lost all ambition. The onca populous future rhan-T 'd into a wnst In which thcro was not. .lug save gray aiid ty end it lownring tVy. Meamvbijp, so far ua I knew, I w.-u pome-sued nt that period of no malady, and yet my fancy supplied scores of dis eases 1 felt the languor and waste of consumption, knew absolutely that I was alTcctod by organic heart difllciilty. and at times fell the preimnilUtry gnawing of a cancer, the Insidious symptoms oi Lruxht s deadly dwertse aad the warnings of paralysin. l;i this labyrinth of imag inary evils 1 wandered constantly and vurtereJ aapoijpianlly as if they had been I consulted medical men. who exam ined me and found nothing "a low nervous tone; a little tonic, lex work and a rest. No organic trouble; some little functional disiurlxuice of no conse uenc." At time, after awhile, clouds, us it were, drifted over tlx sky of my brain and shrouded everything in u in 1st. I could not u I ways think with cletirneea. I now and then lost cohesion Ii tlMMight: my memory HV4uiionnlly was impaired, and I would forget names, lates and fac. 1 apprehended softening of the brain. It was at this period thnt night became a gloomy und dremled Inferno with In finite tortures. Sleep was in brief siuktclu-s, dixlurlsed ly atrocious visions. 1 swung iver the -brows of heaven high precipices; 1 was chased through caverns of hideous night by monsters, and con stantly awoke shivering and sometimes screaming with affright und bathed in perspiration. The waking period betwi-en the mo ments of sleep Were more Intolerable after u time than the nightmare of slum ber. They were the arenas of retrospec tion in which memory and conscience fought unceasing Uitlles. A blow tluit I hud given n IkiIiv brother; n flying cripple in the playground whniii i hnd kicked in a moment of rage: the re proachful, gentle blue cret of n dying dove, that I had wantonly shot in a grove one glorious June aftcrnmin; mean nesses that 1 had been guilty of, even to the most minute details; neglected oppor tunities; misdirected action nil these on such ocr anions gathered about me and broke the sjleinn stillness of the night with clamorous uphraidings. After a time, the most terrible phan tom, the most pertinacious monster of them all. made its appearance, and hov ered leering at me in the soiiiImt night It was the suggestion of death. "You must die!" it said and flew away. "Well, what or it? Tens of billions have died, und everybody living must also die. There's young 'Dank, w ith all his youth and wealth, he is sure to die some day, and so has the licaiuiful Miss Fleurelte ami the nelv 'married couple. the JeiinesKC all of them: not one of them will lie spared! Suppose I must? They'll all follow along sooner or Inter." And yet these reflections that every son and daughter of man must undergo the same fate gave me no consolation. I was not willing to share t!;c common lot; I wanted to live just to live, only to livel It may he that I was not more of a coward than the majority of human beings when they first begin to contem plate the approach of the great butcher. For months and months 1 fought his ap pearance: I felt for myself u great com miseration, an acute sorrow that 1 was obliged to die. It was only when I found him close enough to feci the breath of his nostrils that 1 ceased to fear him. Early, orthodox, religious training made itself felt jiotentialiy. and there were moments when the child taught idea ;f un "angry od frothing with rage," and un ocean of flame robing on forever its sulphurous billows, with its shrieking and damned stalls, tilled me with indescribable terror und apprehen sion. Again, the suggestion of annihila tion would K)ssets me with its awful menace. To lo obliterated, to be separ ated forever from friends whom I loved, was even more terrifying than the an ticipation of eternal torturo. In time the inspection of these various horrors dulled their hideous intensity, as the victim on the wheel is said to bo come insensible to pain ufter the first few blows. A specie of numbness, a lethargy permeated me. The subject grew wearisome. 1 aaid: "I aiu but un indescribably minute speck in the universal collection of hu man atoms. 1 am of no possible conse quence compared with the stuiieudous muss. If there be a future in which there is a judgment of human actions it is no mor than just that I pay the pen alty of my olTenses. All the trillions of specks that have lived and died, and a ho will live and die. will have to meet the same fate. Why should 1 distress myself in regard to a future life any more than one of the unimulcuhe which inhabit a drop of water in the mid-Pacitic? 1 am of no more consequence in the mighty ag gregate of the Illimitable universe than this tiny and Invisible creation. I will worry no longer." In time all these phantasms, visions, doubts and upprebeu.iions disappeared. Then a profound peace took possession of my soul. It whs not the pacillc ra póse of hope, but the relief which vninn from the disappearance of tlie black brood that incessantly threatened dint results. It was anulwidunceuf the thun dering waves und the castigating wind. The turbulent sea melted into gentío swells which bore mo oil with a sooth ing, cradle like motion, Tlio ingoing tide drifted me along ashore from which a delicious erfume, balsamie and lethal, tilled the atmosphere. Twilight came, as, tranquillized by the heavy odors, I floated languidly and painlessly on and on. till the twilight iiepened into eternal uuknesa. Poliuto in Chicago Herald. lUtMiitt tU J:rtt 1 Four lltttir. The engines of the Northwestern Rail way company ran a mile and three- quarters every second, or 104 miles every minute, and in effect they put a girdle round the earth ones in every four hours throughout the rear: yot such is the per fectiou of mechanism attained in the present day that the engines were able to run a distance equal to twico round the world for c-. cry singlo tavj w lu.b occurred of a hot uxle, tli? losb cf a split pin or cotu-r. or Anything tenelín:.' to ' throw nn rngineoul of c"r. The W "t iv j lug and Mau.ig.'Ui-'i.t 'f uu Uuij.dt iu:l- ' way Ueoigo 1 Hull iy. VACIMC COAST Mg&k asm A1K.EF.P OX THE TCACII. AUttls chlM. tired rf play, hid plllowd kd on ft railroad track and fnlU-n mItji. Tbe trulD ww a)reit upon him whi-n apaainir atranft-r niabod forward and saved htin írir m bomlilo drmih. rvrhja you are nnlwp oil tha trai-h, tio. You ar, if yu art wmt leotlnpr th hackinjf ooufh. tha hectic fluhb. tba low of appetite, growing' weakncM and UaaJtuda, whío baf- urnvnifioijily crept upuu ytm. Waka up. or the train will oe upon yon I Contumprion, which thtia inrtdioiiKly fining 1U bold upon iU virt i ma wiilto tbty ara un eoDirious of Its appruweh, inuat be tak-n In tirnr. If it la to Lxt oTt rc'oiu. Dr. Hteroe'a Go)0ru Mllcal Ufucovury has cured t)(on and of cnaea of thia moat fatal of maJadlr. If tnken In time, and given a, fair trial, li Is guaraii(d to benefit or cure in every rtva of tinaumptlon, or money paid for it will b prnmpt)y rtfundtd. far Wenk Lunga, BpMtlnff of UííHtd. Fhort noaa of firt'ath, llronchitla. Asthma, Sercra Co u f ha. and kindled afletllona, it ia au tffl Cisnt rvittcdy. Cipyfiit.t. MM i j Wont Wt tnt. M tt. Ail . fT J Inc-unibls es of istsi-rli iu ITMSt jgj ta HesJ. Iy th.j Proprietors of Dr. Pn ire's Tntnrrh Kenieilj. 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WRKKI.Y CH U NI !. th mot br1llnti tn I rfi:iitl1 VMIy NawnpAper in th wnriii, prints tA I ty Ti clu nn or tir p-t . tti Nw, l.tu-rvur ami i.fDrl lif.i. tti Ut; kiwi UAAfu:: t.ll A(rUUi UrnU Jl'ariueiiL SI .50 tor One Year, lii..i-lnijt itMt-, .rn n uerl oí Ih9 t'SltS' MS! SAllr'LK tOltK-) MlNT FUKE. DO YOV WANT ANY . . ,rr Tir .. (JKEAT PREMIUMS The Weekly Chro iicle ? HEAD THK LIST: Full Tu . Oríiamid Wkly ono year $H "?t Uaor I. c t mull an 1 V'e iy o vor. 14 tft KewtMx Jar':lnt uii'l Wmfkly O'ik yar "i UU V tt-ltiifi 44 inltbuf KliiMtJ W'-kly uu )Mr 14 60 'IhikcC iibelr d:t ; I !vr mi l W welly ihi )tf 4 fX HI ! .r.J W kli mi yimr 3 90 kaap it i H vhtt out- yi r t 0Ü 1'tts'K i-; Alktuttn l Wri-Xlv mi moitlit. ht Kill till We. ilj Mill MIUIlllLt 76 llk tIV'ii L. liiiUuiln t iia I'rai i,yiir I i f l4(Btic uu tliv I'm per. n. II. t TOCNG. lrorMur 9. K. Cbron'cla, MAN KUANClbCU, CAL. Tlic Cirr ulatloa of tho CHRON IC tK U equal li (bat í A! 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TnjwlmüKe Blirnr Hulm Bort Graol Jnliau Hawthorne W CUrk Uuwll And sourus of othvrt wUo sre equally famous H 't'uuau-you fun sulstiTitii uue yor lor ?.S (0, ix month lor 9'i. thrt-t ruontli II. rti-i aue you cun bny it of sny uewitdeul r for tc cents p'r tow. B-ciiutf if you btiy a uouy sml can truth 'ullv (Into that its irincipla are not worthy of the uppnr of tviry AniMricsn 't fi-n your nionsy will lie ri-fiimli'd by ap--.lii'stion tn Tub AarairAS Prmummi fVinT. lfO-lf XniiwPtriet. thlosiro. car C2a' tlVi w e- mm wm m a IM( Blaa tre, DENVER, OOUORAOO. Wn-Hlnk1lMl A . fVsFr ato6ÍQrjr for Xtcne and Bleun Powtf, Orad enj (rrlaadutf WU BapplUs, rHod VUls, for Ue N y. Bnflnr A Doria Btm Irrt. j tina Pn Pe I sai Boiisrs, I Oaaerston, "-A"'- Bend (or Catslocne. TUT.'JLAR AND ARTESIAN WELL CO8TRA0T0R3. ÚCUAw.--. .... ,U UlUllg-i Bl((l bMetrea i si ssiliKsttlot. la lbs cnir of OoooiTtMM ae4 O loot, t prsaorlb II ana tool ssis to feneamoe tng H to ill milfwen. A. I. YtMHT JL. ., IVeektr, IM. narra, ai.o. M4 7 Sranlets, RESTADBANT AND Cli.op Hn.o-o.so Frerythtiiir clmia find nat. The tjible iuppUed with 11 the detloaoie of tho eaon. TOM TOIIG. an tboM pot op by D.W.FERRY SCO. Who we tbe Lrret Seeesreen la ti wistd , D.M FiuviO'l BewtUuUy lUuiirattd, ta1itfve tar 1890 will b mailed PR ES la a spplkaAW, sod 10 tul Mason's cue immh. It I baiter lhae mrr. E ry penon uiins Qsrdee, Plower or Field SELVDSiBoied trad fork. D. M.FCRRY4CO. DCTSIOIT. MICH. I midáis ' ! -"iVnit TO IXQUICIS.-), $1.00 -:rs:r.':,cfTE2Tn,e8 ,$3.c . C'-n tU'Inq '.ormwis, tut (todaral írm. entl lor circular to l.:HY U. COPP, 'XT WAHINQTONr D. O. tcr artl kr ae.iid lum tort HMj-jiS Out . I'J p0i prt' uety it '-ieHiwci-ssttanov STOCK BRANDS. Tub Lid cu ix ioteDiU to mslre a jp itiitlty of the stock intcrpste of this portion if Nev Mfiivo and the sorrounJing-country. It will b in rive hands of and read by m.t of the stockmen and oowOoys in tin rmrtion of tlv territory. Aa stock is IlnbW to stray it is oVsirndls for owners to have their brands widoly known, so that stray stock oan he rei0 izid and owners noUflod. In order to have brands widely known thry moot be we.l adwrtised. The Liberal will adeartisa stock brands at tbe following rates: One brand on cot one reír t!2 Each additional brand oa out, saoie owner 8 Kh. Ii ndiliironiil brsml in print (xtrnikht li tiers and figure) 3 K icb sdditiriuil brsnd, cbiiructer, bur ur roniiwii'il letter requiring an en irr.ived block Rich hrsnd irivina location of brsnd on aiiiuial, or ear tu.ti ks or both .... 5 All descriptive matter in addition to nam i oi' . .mirisuy, nlir.'v. raujro and I TO b BTS.J i i mwmi Siiiwi " I I art Tt I HMCktaksKH. VV OlemnnHj "1 WW THE . .,..' i;.-...-.. :-"V "Wmlf Uptipni. WE L1BERAL Bubxrlle for sod silTertlse n TbB fiestera lera Publltbsd at IICn ÍIKifnir Osmpa. PnioUrn nn. Itetuo ii Uou Works surrtiuiid us CH Sistwl Pspr J tanvs ut Bfty wii Is at Silver ritr. B ,11. nil We. IPOS tue Nvrtb of us i;es Ual.e soil l"r j Itile. TOHTMKAST llosUold Hill. (IOUTH of ut are SUatuipcare anJ I y rn mill. gOL'TUWEST Is GsyloravlUe. w KST are Suilo'i Tsu and Ibo Vulnsim I Ms US . JORTrTWEHT are Carlisle and East Csme. Luiiiibb 1 ..i','. 'iT lor tii i ujucosIi -v '.-ii . r U10 uuuilii-ils of 1 mm wL lX-.0-Ílri,i. SsS Located troui GILA RIVER On the Jlortb te ttM Ob I ho ftmrth m l LIRE Onfttt eU this wl territory eod-i deroteil tbe ttiutrusts of MIX EHS, MERCHANTS, MECHANICS, STOCKMEN And In foot sD wbo Hw tn thisseotloo or hr tta wwlfure la rlew. Terms of Subscription. One year 93 Six month!.. 1 Three months 1 00 Adrertieinv Betos subject to epell enu Uuut. Iubuibe4 every Triilsy st UÜAibÜU