Sarah [Muir Galloway]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
David is a good deal discouraged about his business affairs he talks as though he had not made his living for some years back. I hope things may take a [illegible]. We get along about as usual here. David always finds something to keep himself very busy our wheat crop kike that of others is rather poor but the corn is [illegible] our Orchard has done very well too and we have lots of apples. but O the P[illegible] B[illegible] I never seen anything like it in my life we kept them down with [Paris?] green for some time but you [illegible] after the [illegible] were [illegible] and as they were growing pretty [near the house?] the [illegible] were [illegible] in every direction we found them in every room of the house you may be [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible] [illegible]. Annie George & Allie are well they have had the whooping cough [illegible] but have got over it [illegible]. I must close. Love to you from Sarah
Mound Hill [Wisc.]
1870 Sep 4
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