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The Elko (Nov.') Independent!
says "gentle spring" Las arrived.
The cattle inspectors have been
doing good work through Colorado
Golprado papers say that winter
:has broken and cattle are loosing
Buyers of young cattle are swar
ming in Utah and that grade are
bringing excellent prices.
The Hand Spring Ranch and
stock, near Las -Animas, Col., has
been sold by P. G-. Scott for $25,
The spring round-up will com
mence in Idaho about the first of
April. So says the Darlington
Governor Pierce, of Dakota, will
engage in the stock business when
relieved of official duties by the
The Raton Comet says that the
range cattle in northern New Mex
ico are in splendid condition, and
that the loss this year will be noth
ing to speak of.
A Colorado breeder of Herefords
claims that he has no trouble in
selling all the high grade yearling
whitefaced bulls he has to spare
this season at $125 each.
Six thousand dollars worth of
estrays have been picked up by
the Inspector of the Cherokee Strip
Live Stock Association, at Kansas
City stock yards, this season.
Nevada stock growers are ship
ping a great many fat beeves to
: San Francisco this spring. They
claim that the stock done better
. last winter than any previous one.
The Del Norte (Col.) Prospector
says the very warm weather for the
past month, has caused some alarm
among the stockmen lest the hay
fed beef, now on hand, will find no
The Albuquerque Journal says
that there has been 11,000 head of
cattle put on tne range in Bernalil
lo county within the last sixty
days, and that the new grass is
coming very fast.
The Montana Stock Growers As
sociation have emploTed a veterin
ary surgeon to be stationed with
headquarters, at Glendive. He will
look after their interests and quar
antine djseased cattle, etc.
Tlie Texas Stockman says that
there will be a demand northwest,
. for 250,000 young steers to restock
the ranges that have been to a great
extent depleted by losses, and by
beef shinements. With trail and
rail closed against Texas, where are
they to come from.
From the Silver City (N. M.)
Sentinel we learn that at the recent
sale there, of blooded stock, by
Leonard Bros., that John Brock
man paid $5,000 for six bulls and
one Galloway cow. A. E. Head al
so purchased a carload of cross
bred Galloway and Shorthorn bulls.
Dodge City, Ks. Cowboy : The
weather during the past two weeks
has been warm and summer-like.
Under its influence cattle are recu
perating with wonderful rapidity.
The winter losses were much less
than was supposed by many. Cat
' tlemen are by no means discourag"
It is rumored that a contract has
, been made with the Chicago firm of
P. D. Armour & Co., by the British
government, for the supply of its
troops now on duty in the Soudan,
with. 5,000,000 cans of fresh and
corned beef. This will take about
70,000 head of cattle and make an
appreciable difference in our mar
The bull season is at hand and
stockmen should remember that it
is a short sighted polic' to stint
the supply of bulls on the ranged
Calves cannot be had without bulls.
The better the cows are served the
greater the percent, of calves. That
supplying bulls for a large range is
quite a tax we are aware, but is it
not better for cattle owners to
spend a little more in this direction
and get an increased per cent, of
calves, than to cut down the bull
account and gather but half a crop
of calves? . -
Keeps constantlyon hand a
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MOFFETT & LAIRD.
Cattle brand same as
cut on right hip. Ear
mark, both ears over
half cropped. Horse
brand : Same. Range : Lower Chevolons
Fork. P. O. address :
BILLINGS LAND AND
Cattle brand Diamond
in circle, on leftside
or hip andB left jaw
Horse brand: 3 on
left shoulder. Range: Billings on Rio
Puerco. P. O. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
JAMES M. H1GGIKS.
Cattle brand same as
cut, on left side.
Horse brand same on
left flank. Range:
Little Colorado River,
P. O. address,
Cattle brand O X on
Horse brand B on left
Range : Eight miles west of Holbrook.
P. O. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
A, HUGLB. & GO,
Cattle brand O on left
ribs, and II on left
jaw. Ear mark
both ears split.
Horse bianch H on left thigh. Range :
20 miles west of Holbrook.
P. O. address : Holbrook, Ariz.
WABASH GATTLE GO
Cattle brand same ns cut on
right side. Ear mark
right car underbit.
Horse brand same as cut on
right shoulder. Range:
Snlr T .aires Annche Co. Arlr.
P. O. address: Navajo Springs, Arizona.
JAMES D. HOUGK.
Horse brand same
as cut, on left hip.
Range i Little Col
orado River, near Rio
Post Office address :
A. L. MORRISON & SONS.
Cattle brand same as cut
on left side. Ear Mark
uiiderslone on right, crop
on left. Horse brand the
sumo, on right hip.
Home ranch : Mamie creek
near Escadilla Mountains.
Post Office address; Springerville, Arizona.
P. F. CLANTON.
Cattle branded J U on
left ribs. Ears cropped and
P. O. add. Navajo Station
Cattle brand, as cut. on the
left ribs; ear marks, left
crop, right underbit.
Horse brand, same on left
P. O ad. St. Johns, Ariz.
Range, Deer and Cedro
Brand, as cut, on left ribs.
Ear m nrk.grub off of right.
ST. GEO. CREAGH,
Cattle brand 7-1 on left ribs
and 7 on left jaw. liar mark
hnlf under-cut on left car,
half over-cut ou right ear.
Kange. Coyote Springs and
Cattle branded vr on
left ribs. Earmarlcs, both
ears cropped and under
Range on Nueturoso.
Cattle branded same as cut
on left thigh. Horse brand
Post Office address: Navajo
Cattle brand' same as cut, on left side. Ear
mark under half-crop on left, underbit on right.
Horse brand same as cut on left hip.
Tost Office address: St. Johns, Arizona.
SMITH, CARSON & COMPANY.
Cattle brand same as cut, on left side, and A
on tne right jaw. Ear mark left ear grubbed.
Horse brand, "V on left hip.
Post Office address: Springerville, Arizona.
LUCEEY & BOBBINS,
Every accomodation for trav
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-..warm stables hay :
. and graiii. '. .'
Atlantic & Pacific R. R
Trains on this Road are run on standard time
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Via Laguna, to the Indian Village of Acoma, 16 m.
Via Wingate, to Ft. Wingate, 3 Yn.toZuni, 45 mil's
Via Manuelito, to Ft. Defiance, (Navajo Agency) 25
miles ; to Canon de Chelle, 65 miles ; to Keams Ca
non, 90 miles. Via Holbrook, Tri-weekly Stages,
to St." Johns, 85 miles; to Ft. APache 90 miles; to
Springerville, 05 miles; to ShowLow, 50 miles;
Taylorv-illc, 35 miles; Moqui Indian Village, 90 m.
ia Winslow, to Brigham City and Suiisct.
Via Ash Fork, Daily Stages to Prescott and
Whipple Barracks, 54 miles. Daily Stages from
Prescott to Phoenix, and Tri-wcekly Stages to Ft.
Via Peach Springs,.to the Grand Canok of the
ColOuVoo, 17 miles.
Via Kingman, Daily Stages to Stockton Hill, to
miles; to Mineral Park, 16 miles.
Via Yucca, to Signal, 40 miles.
Via Needles, Steamer to Yuma, Colorado River
Agency, Ft. Mohave, Mohave City and Hardy
ville, Ar'zon;ii aad Eldorado Canon, Nevada.
r- , w- C. DENNISON,
F. W. SMITH, Gen'l Passenger Agent.
W. C. Nixon, Agent, Albuquerque, N. M.
Atlantic & Pacific and. Sou
thern Pacific Railroads.
The New Southern Route from
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Kansas, Colorado, New Mexico, Old
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Stop for meals. Trains on New
Mexico Line are ran on "Moun
Wm. C. Nixon, W. F. White,
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Albuquerque, N. M. Topeka, Kans.
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Secure your windows nndi
doors at once against cold!
drafts cf the coming winter 5
with BROWNE'S METALLIC
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J. D. TORLINA,
Albuquerque, N. M.
Vayne, Da Pag8 Co., Illinois,
HAS IMPORTED FROM FRANCE
Percheron Horses valued at S3,000,00tf.
75 PESGSKTQF ALL HORSES
TThoso potity of blood is established by their cedtCTeoi
itcordedinth9 STUD BOOKS OF FRANCE.
EnVESI iMPOgTED TO AMERICA.
iEPOital Brood lares,-
Old enough for
1 OO COLTS.
Tiro years old tad
dnre accented br all
Intelligent breeders tb.it.
however trell-brcd anlrsili
may -bs said to be. if their
pedigrees aro sot recorded
and cannot be aatbecticaliy
given, they should bo Tallied only as grades, I will sell sit
impoTiea mock ai trraai rtxets uaen i cannot nirtuia
with the animal Fold pedlsrco TeriDed by the- origins!
French certiu'cMe of its number and record in the Stsd Book
In France. 140 Pace Catalogue sent free. It is
illustrated vrith Six Prixo Horses of the Exhibition of tho
SacidA Hippiaue Percheron m of France, 1 1 Pur
chased by M. w. Dunham, end drawn from life by Keaa
Bonhour, the most famocs of Rll animal pslaters.
HUNING AND COOLEY.
Show Low, Apache County, Ariz.
Cattle brand and ear mark same
I. J. SHAKICK
Albuquerque, N. M.
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