D[avid] G. Muir
Dan[iel H. Muir]
but I have not recd any word from you [illegible] but it is just as well for money is dreadful [illegible ]with us at present. [illegible] full [illegible] but you have better [illegible] of it & I will. John said he would put up at [illegible] as I would that when I sent you money to [illegible]him & he would immediately send you [illegible]Walter & others appeared to be afraid of Cheyenne [illegible] or of great altitude, would have to go deep for water & [illegible] Obsiden Calder & would not be settled up so early nor be in demand to some [illegible] w think western Kansas preferable for her above [illegible] on more mature deliberation after you left us we got to
1885 Oct 17
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