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I aumetlmea think m?n If another Nrn.'.l, for one there la who plava upon my hwitt Aa on a hits with gu,.l an inifa Hho ulnya full well. With a-omlrona .kill anil woman 'a cnnnlnu art. Until I aeem iipliltcii anil apart, Boyond the world and la a witch potent api-ll When man m cluy nnd rriemlalilp but fcit empty )(. When ka..i-r. aklea fnhmud me In a.-lr jrlonm, When flfi-e rTrns;e ami tmtreil fi.l my heaving breust. Or thou. hu unworthy full rrvnti-ol asume. Thin anitel conea In ail her youth and hloom And wnk xnne aoothing ctioril wlthiu thulL-lvoe me rmt. Bometlunw Ir Is mrl.inchoiy rain aim pbya With maic'c tuieb In Uivililln- minora aweet; rerhapa nolt iiucuirne, while drenjiiing In tha hajw Of t.lKlita hy love'a perflation maite eom;let, Till, uok-konod by lay heart ' more rapid heat, TLa aoft, pathüUu tralu to Riiyer mensure at raya ily on, play on. dear lion J, and school the cacer Into Thy loe hnth mode to nobler metodloa. Lest In thine absence lu Mxir trumblmg oul (tpow Oiute; Vor while thy touch can wake Ita liarmonlea, They Bleep ahi'n thou art Botie In leveries t henrt and aoul. unce lilentleii. cIonIi In harsh disputa. -r'rnuklyn W. Lee In Chicago Herald. TIIE OVERLAND TRAIL !n the Knmmer of 167.1 I to HO yvars of atfe in perfect heulth and of sternly nerve. 1 was no believer in the urn-iuiny hardly in tha mipernaturul and had always poohpuohed at tales of ghowts, phantoms and visions nf all Horta. It is unnecessary to explain how I came to be traveling in the fur went without companion, exept for horse nnd dog and gun. Following tho genpral route of the old overland trail, 1 eaniped one night in theedeof a considerable forei.t, and at a point from Which 1 conld look forth over u broad, open phiin. It was already after sundown. Tho good horse was picketed, and having pro vided a tmpper for myself and dog from a rabbit which my gnn hud brought down an hour or two earlier, 1 din-posed, things for the night, and as the stirs came out, lay down to sleep, comfortably rolled in a blanket. It was probably in the small hours of the night that I awoke nnduiwe to a pit ting pur-tnru. The moon was climbing the eastern l:y, with not a feather of cloud in her course, and every object stood forth as clearly as in the day. But it was not for niu to contemplate in quietude the raro beauty of the night In almost the first moment of conscious ness my eyes fell upon a slowly moving object in the distance. It was one of those can vas covered wa;;ou.s.the "prairie schooners" so familiar in tho early days of overland travel to California. It was approaching nlmost directly to ward me, and my curiosity was at once aroused. Why any one slumld be travel ing thus, and so lato at night, I could not imagine. The movement was heavy, as if the horses were jaded, and the man who walked by the.r sidu h;id a weary step. Twenty minutes pnss?d. the vehicle approaching nearer and nearer. Sail on it came, until when about thirty yards from nie it suddenly stopped, and the man, looking about, seemed to be con sidering the wisdom of malting camp. At this point I suddenly realized that the approach of the wagon had been utterly noiseless. What could this mean? Was I dreaming? No, I was nevermore awake. Was this hallucination? No; for the dog. who had been aroused by my movement in awakening, now turned his head in the direction of the new ar rival and uttered a low growl. I laid my hand on him to keep him quiet. The mu'j now stood by the forward wheel, looking in at the opening cf the canvas top. and, though I beard no voice, 1 imagined that he was hjx aking to some one within. A woman's head appeared, and. after a glance around, gave a nod of Hisent, and tho man proceeded to un harness tho horses and turn them loose to grazo. Then after a moment, in which he seemed to be anxiously sur veying tho- trail over which they had come, ho helped the woman to alight. And now thrir movements greatly puzzled me. Walking to and fro, they seemed to be pearching for some par ticular spot of ground. Finally the wo man pointed to a space between two young trees, and the man, after looking at it for a moment, went to the rear end of the wagon and brought forth a spado. With the edge of this implement he marked oil a rectangular space abt -il five feet by two, and began to dig. All this, let it bo remembered, was in abso lute niler.ee, By this time my mrio.-ú'y had turned to tnurveL Here wus a contradiction of :ommou ícaael 1 cm Id not believe that What I saw was real; t.'iese beings must be apparitions. And ytt hereby my Bide waa the dog, ns alert as I, and trembling with an impulse to ii vestigato, while obedient to my hand of restraint. The digging proceeded, and, the soil being soft, some five feet of depth waa loon reached, and then the man threw out the sjiade upon the ground. The woman, meanwhile, had xen plucking branches of evergreen, bi in,,ring them in armfuls and throwing them beside "the grave," I thought. And now, with the utmost care und patience, the whole cav ity was lined with these spriga of fever green held in place by twigs thrust into the backs on either side. This done, tho man sprang out The two surveyed tht ir work for a motut-ut, and then, after gazing once more, as if in anxiety, over tho route by which they had come, they approached tho wagon. Having rolled up the canvas on one sido, they lifted out a small mattret.s, deposit ing it tipon a blanket which they hud Spread upon the ground. This mattress was not without its bur den. The beams of the full moon enabled me to see there a slight form that of a little girl who hail scarcely lived out thr years. The pretty white handa were folded over the breaBt. Long golden curls full on either side upon the pillow. The face, which I could see wiih aston ishing cleornubB. waa wonderfully beau t.tul i:i lis .i. ;Hvt of innocence and bore a UJ. like mi.ile. ui if in uihímí r to tie ra OUiit (jileen of ll:n iLy, v.'ho w. fin--l tJ l0 mulling, too, as nhn looked st'NVlf;r.itly Cywn upon the living and tho dend. The mother forthwith proceeded to nr rr.tigo the uprea-ls upon the child, tucking them and smoothing t hem down m if ciia wre only putting her liitln one to led, although, while I heard i.o Sub nor any exproK'.ion of pi -f, 1 could see that her breast was h avin with borrow and Lor fat-p was visite i by teara. The two now k:ir-It on either sidt k':;t ing their darling many tiuie.. and weep ing over Lit, thorgh trying apparently to comfort odj another in their wr?tch educt's, if perchance there might como in their hearts t. calm lika that with which the moon was still sending down hor beams to illr.miiie the tearful scene. Then, laying hold of the blanket, they CRrriod their darling to tho grave, ami by the ai lof the britllu reins let the precious burden down into the p'.uee wiiicli they had so caref uily prepr.re 1. Orion bought were scattered over her until thi.-y cov ered the beautiful finn many inches deep, und then the cloda Wore r.;:nitiy re placed, and a In tie mo-md win heaved, and the child, transferred from h'Ttuoth er's bortoni. wii sleeping at last in 'the bosom cf that greater mother Earth. TI e two Mid monnieni knelt ag.iin bet.He tiie grave? ami sevnied to be engaged in prayer, lifting their faces now and then to the sky, as if in its ir.finitoclcardcpilis they saw the future Ivipe.i. All thi i thoin;' I stiil thought it un real had v wakened in my tho keenest interest and sympathy. Out my nUcn- ti on was now sud leniy diverted to a line ' of lignr.M in the diptance. soi.iewhut bo- yond tha Fpot where 1 had iecn the wagon when I first awoko. These were horsemen, who came sv..epiug on nt a ra;id pnce, as if engaged in eager pur suit. From tho m;inn-r in which they rode I knew they were Indians. Ah! I saw it all now, and nnderatooj why th'.ve iiectrnl visitors had so nfteu looked back so apprehensively in tho di rection from which they had approached. These pilgrims ucrowi ttio plains bad teen signs of savages, and liad used the night to push on beyond tlieir reach, if hr.ply they might bury their der.d in peace and find safety for themselves. But the foe had discovered their trail und followtd them, bent on nnvsaero. 1 laid my hand instinctive!)- on my r:Ce under the odgs of my bl.'ir.ket, that I. might join in the defense, and was about to cry out in warning of tho dan ger I saw approaching, but instantly bo thought myself that thin was unreality, n mere vision, calling fT no practical action, n.id I might better A these shadows work out their U-agody to the end. I a:rain restrained the dog, who seemed agitated, whether because he saw what I wa3 seeing or out of sympa thy with my emo.ion I know not which. The two at the gr;ivp seemed uncon scious of the threatened danger until their enemies were wlthiu n hundred yards, when the man sprang up and lifted the woman also to her feet. They turned toward tho wagon, a.i if to gain its shelter und secure weapons for de fence. It was too late. I saw flashes of fire ami iJso a flight of arrow:', still without a EOtiud. however, to break the calm of the night. Both the man and woman staggered ns if wounded. They stopped and turned face to face, throwing their arms about e ich other, ns if realising that, this was their hist embrace. Another volley, and still clinging to each other i:i the agony of death, they fell togelhcr upon the grave cf their child. The Indians were not long in com- plclirg their work. Then catching the horses and harassing them r.i'.o ILc wngon they hastened away, ns though themselves in fear of pursuit. 1 watched them until they disappeared, nnd then was alone with my thoughts and the brilliant night, 1 realized tli.it I had seen a vision, and. although I turned myself resoluttly to rest, my sleep for the remainder of the night was fitful and disturbed. When finally 1 awakened again the sr.n had nseu, ar.d under the iniluence of tnat great dispelier of illusions, and in spite of the vividness of tht night's experience. I begun to think that, after all, I in'",!it have been o.i'.y dreaming; especially when I saw that the tpac where 1 ha 1 seen the burial r.ud tho tragedy that fol lowed was not open and cleir, but over grown with bnnh and yenng tr-es. Nevertheless, yielding to a enrioaity of which I was meanwhile r.lnio- t asliamed, I soon mado my way into the bushes. 1'urring these with my handa as 1 went forward, and scanning the jp-ound rlcfo ly, I shortly experienced a new bhock cf Burjti-;. -; for there, in the exact t:pot marked by ,!;.' ..!. .t "ene, was a liub; mound, and over it weiu 1 of two skeh'tons. And now for a retrospective fact which gave to this weird experience t.f the night a pei-sonid significance. While I was ytt u lad in my teens my brother, twenty years oi ler, had taken hi t young wife and only child and set out to crojs the plains in pursuit of fortuno. Tho mails had brought home tidings of their journey up to a certain point. Beyond this all trace was lost. iinJ we never heard of them again. I have not been able to account satis factorily for what I have related. Was this an indubitable intimation vouch safed to rue from another World as to the fate of my relatives? V as it impossible that I aliould have this vision elsewhere? And if this is the case, then why? Had natuie photographed these tragic tcenes and preserved their reflection, to repro duce them for an eye that was fitted by some occul t law of sympathy to behold? Let the savants answer if they can 1 cannot. Edward U. Payne in True Flag. ItWlillu'a Kebllke to a Clrl. A gtisliiiig young girl in Chic-ago, a strunger to Mr. Kiddle, kept writing to uiln, begging an interview. Mr. Kiddie paid no attention to her notes, till finally she called on him nnd sent up her uuto graph album with the request that he would at leaf t give her Lis autograph with a favorite sentiment. 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Copper claims in groups of three to eight mines. Gold and silver properties cf knovrn merit, 02.0 UP X. 1. Tliree fill elaiioi entiiioi on tho atn UAgr. 4.5O0600 tt; oerr i carrjirsr iilrcr; wi.hli of ,) nbut ,Y,n fr. with rich pay utrn-ik of al.u: t nl)-t iirlm; profcirtf thartauhly pniípecte.J ; ilrteJ iu CJraham n uaty. k rat cU.h inVi'iUiii-nt. GCOUr Kr). 2 Eicbl tlniiin cffnÜRnon tin u enr'noimtf s; will avruif? 12 lu 15 'uwp'l itt;U in iba (,'vpiT mcuiitKin leatoiinbls. tfra. nitllT. etc.; un-lnr liite!lit?-nt. nni nine ejll y',lj niru!').-iil ; ititiUterl in tlie '.IrxhaiB county. UliOUI' Xo. 4. Four cupper cliiiirr; (-m Gl'eshlcit K'll. I IN'.MO Ulll UliuillK 'l.htl ltl. Fr íunlirr luformalion, telina, stc, rail on or aiiilirM Kedzié & Classen, Lorásbnrg, New Mexico. HOÜSE 11 Paper Hanging and Decorating a Specialty. iOHSJiENTAL WORK, ' '.. Kit her in V,"ed or lini'li!. ür'U r fnr H'-adítoriMi will recire prompt ultpotton. Dfairno lnrii!lC' an r)'ir'in willi KMVht, F..n''Kuin of Setirt Orders and 0itt of Aruix imnrly xMMtiitl. Curn.p!.:l.Ti f!!r i!('1. , . J. I. BSE3EE, Clifton, Arizona. ajtJ imiAi ipr'.r'ri, ui t'-yvwaia 'rvauui. .i- tir -x.vwi!.' U""" "? (Vi a.w.:i iMi a . r-r IKiJtltr -.fie I hc'T lVwi ftsnw ditUK, , Mi-QtA-l a í m -l -uk-.lacsliANe j STOCK BRAMOS. Tmk WniiiiA . ÍDonila lo m.iV a ipe saltv f Un atiai le iileri-at of tlii portion of iíT Mt.'xii'O íini !:tiH nui-rouriilint co-.n- I'V. it will be in Oí U.nul f.t und rnml by MÍ irf tie; atoi Aiipm uiui ('O'.vI.oj-m iu tilla pw-ttm oí tS" rriU.ry. A iUkA- ia KAK4a to airuy it vi iVtiitJih for n-Mntxm to hw tlifir brujirla vliít-l' );ivoii, a tliai atray stock au lw rnoojr- riod and owuw imUÍUd. lu otdvc buvt) briuida wWoly Wuovra thoy ma-ít We well sdvrliod. Tns Uira-UAL will ndvtitiiia atoclt branda at the fallowing; i-atvst One brnad an eot ene year . , SI? Kaili uJi'.'.tior.ul brand o.i cut, khwc owner H 1'noli additional brand in print (utraifclit IrftlLT and Sgures) 2 E.toli additionul brand, chaiacti'r, bar or cooNHiitod letter requiriuir an ijn- irraved block 3 Each brand giving location of brand on animal, or ear in .irks or both .... 5 All dcnoriptive matter in addition to name of company, vMtck, rango arid brandx cliar(fid eatra 3 AT CLIFTON, AR In iach !livr; eoppr ore: hIkbsc, tedj 4 B') lofl of hij.ii grmle or vs tie uniiinif district. Graham Ouoa tj. Id mi practical uiíhiu Npnrviii tUi frrnas ef lj-.eeiiltf gud inatiutaiu ruiiiinrf di-itrict, lioimte or:; fret- iL!tiiie; tur ted iu Jtht m PAHfHB cal MCtalacrtan U Oia .TCiaateij f, A STOS1.U. BJ- ; v a uuíouaan ü-a Daur. HL Ira."íiiI3'rt.l SoW rt Drueglsta, IrVMail Bal l.iílí fwi ln b. -Jui.3U tnarU evrns, ulaé WMa fW )rM wto mtum Mai, Mil m r ft r44a. Wo nil (MM M. tw alt (f rúa wü9 0o I p to fc" TW tH imi H3V t eV 0 p- r ami pmM. CViUUMm afit JO.t UW rWVINNI, J To li. C. Boborts: Yoa Hro lioiotiv notiflo. that I bnr f iMtitj' fl oiih bnoiiir! lidllnm in lnLMr mid inifrfot- uu'iiirton th MiHir u l uhui ukip. pitUHtfl in the Vh (finm ui.ninjr iltnirict. (JfMUt notthtf, New Mexito. i thtwn br uotteé of looatiok roiinled In book ouh fulio ilnlng lo tiou riMH)nli, in the oflloti of the rMrdr of Mid county. In order to hoJd oitf trcimtHotiun dor thu pioviMioiir of awrtioii ,li:4. rariiwd matulos of tho United Hi num. huiut tha amount t tiuired to hold tb Mate for tha ymr nudnik Dfconiliur ai. t), nad if witliia uiutr íItivh Ironi itiA ptiblimlFoD of thitt ootto you fKilorrtuHO to 4'ootrlbuui yout pnK)rtton of mjch exptnd1tor ui a eo-ownr, toyotbar Willi t)i Hrim of thin puhiiontfon. yotir lotor em J ii HAld claim will boenine U properly of tUo subset ibttr, Milder wild etioo W. T- ABHIrfUTOat. First publioation July K, loM. t AH I til ami bi-kQitwn taomrli it M Wi pHr.ikarmnt ioiiuniav; p.xx) imy. OvUli frwcw ISIllf ; AND I \n\n GEOUP Xo 3. ?rr"r c' í iiv r li'iminp qnurts inine; t'lnrpeyhlyJprMpoetvd i i t'wii. U i: (.1. n' 1 of -..) nn.i n.lj i.-enr lo tlif S in ll'raiii riv r. wbieh ra tov yenr runait i'riJ i n ir wmple wlr yyir ro any amuLtr of tino. n-itra- S", .v .'. f,V HMkpM' WllMUlKl btvT, S . . J , ..u v. t ' - . ;?'ei . V j""""- rvMoo i í i7lJ'' touar lV'. Xv',íí'tlett-a, if in i am ). , yff MnaklamNiiMkaM 1HuT,i'i.aa. I wl