Card Of Thanks
How feeble are words at a time like this. None but those who have passed through like afflictions can fully realize it. As it is impossible to take each by the üand who have been 80 kind in our deepest sorrow, we desire to return our sincere gratitude, especially to the Rev. Dr. Ramsay ior bis cheering words of consolation, to the loving hearts that sang sweet praises, and the kind hands that gently bore our loyed one to his last resting place. Also to Dr. George who labored so bravely to save that life. Space forbids further mention of names, but sufflce it o say should afflictions come may you one and all meet with like sympathizing friends. Mrs. Maggie R. Shurtleff and Familt. Ann Arbor, Sept. 5, 1887.
Ann Arbor Register