J. B. Kernahan
Remember us all to Mrs Muir and your little Daughters tell them that we will have an opening to the Succotash Valley some day they talk rail road very strong now the trail is as bad it can be a number of those that were in the party last summer will try it again and expect to have a grand time so with bets wishes to all we all join in sending our everlasting thanksMrs. J. B. Kernahan01342Yelm Prairie W.TMay 19th 89Mr John MuirMartinez CalDear Sis & Friend your letter of last December came to hand the last of Mch & found us one & all in our usual good health & we were very much Pleased to Receive a letter from you & we one & all thank you for even Remembering us away out here in the woods as the saying goes 65 miles from nowheres We Red a letter from D. W. Boss of Seattle today stating that a Party of 7 or 8 would ascend Mount Tacoma on the 4th of July to illuminate it for the Benefit of the good
Yelm Prairie, W[ashington] T[erritory]
1889 May 19
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