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ng they left Yorktown, having taken on a passenger of no less importance than ex-Confederate Governor Owens, of Arizona. He was a pleasant, voluble old fellow, and my son at once fell in with his wayously that it perhaps averted a greater disaster than had at any previous time occurred. Governor Owens was largely engaged in the Rio Grande trade of supplying frontier points with provisions andr carts, driven by the inevitable, lazy half-breed. William, knowing the position held by Governor Owens during a portion of the war, and realizing that an ex-office-holder will never lose his tendthe stage, when they would chat pleasantly upon general subjects. On one of these occasions Governor Owens eyed his companion sharply a moment, and then asked: Can I trust you, sir? Certainlponsibility of informing the rest of the passengers what might possibly be expected; and, as Governor Owens had six fine carbines, which he was also taking down to Indianola for the protection of his