D[avid] G. Muir
Dan[iel H. Muir]
[letterhead] [in margin: My kindest regards to Mrs. Muir & your daughters D.G.M.]Sep 25 1886Dear Bro. DanWhat will you give us for our interest in Lincoln? cash right off?I hope you have got the lots stared & have begun to [illegible]We have no doubt that it is a good thing & that it will pay 100% but we have now in view something that promises to pay as well or better. hence our desire to sell out.We are all well Mother says she got a nice letter from you. One thing I know it was not very [large?] Hope you will not fail to visit Portage: it will do us good, [illegible] DGM
1886 Sep 25
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