Annie L. Muir
usual again and will perhaps write to you herself before very long. The rest of us are in our usual health. Poor J. is still rather worried and anxious, but gets more money than before. She feels her position keenly and unkind remarks reach her ears sometimes which are hard to bear. but on the whole she bears up bravely.With heart-felt love, and best wishes, Your SisterAnnie L. MuirPortage, Wis. May 30thMy Dear Brother John.Your good letter came safely. Was so glad to hear from you again. I am sorry to say that Mother has not been at all well for several weeks past. Not very ill. Not even confined to bed. but still not well. I wrote to Dan at first diagnosing the case as carfully as I could, and he sent a presecription which seemed to help her. But one01989
circa  May 30
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