Annie [L. Muir]
Dan[iel H. Muir]
cream. for supper potatoes and G[illegible]ham bread no wonder my hand is unsteady "With bran on the brain And bran on the stomach Ill [illegible] insane Deliver me from it"The people in the neighborhood are still preparing onward in proof of which I would just say that [Mr.?] [illegible]yette is getting up a new house of which I am sure you will be glad if you can remember anything of the appearance of his old one. So also is Mr Duncan getting up quite a nice one They have moved into the old log house on their farm as their old one is pulled down Obed French is also getting up a new one which was quite need but though Zall has got a new house and new well for herself in company with John Davis which must be quite a relief to the old man & Mr Z Wait a fancy barn & the Bell fountain house a new adition The Presbyterians are going to get up a church in James Brown's field over near Grahams which I think looks well, If every one would think as much of their interests in the next world as they do in this , the world would be a much happier place. Pray Daniel that we may meet an unbroken family above. Your affectionate sister Annie
[Hickory Hill, Wisc.]
 Sep 9
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