Sarah [Muir Galloway]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
been troubled every minute from sleeplessness [illegible] lately I have been [slowly?] better most of the time. a wet cloth often soothes my side and I sometimes use Neu[illegible - Neubotal?]. I have also used Belladonna plasters on my side and back. Just now my appetite is usually pretty good.I do not know whether there is any thing more I can tell you. you can ask me questions. I shall be thankful for any suggestion and will be glad to hear from you.(think [illegible] how glad (we [illegible] to known that so many of the family were gathered together at Kansas City to see and be with father for a time again. it must have been a great comfort for him to see you all again, and now he is at rest, his life work done. One by one the dear ones are leaving us. how glad I should have been to see him once more. Mother felt that she could not endure the journey and all the excitement. [illegible] so John has
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