5 [letterhead]on acct of the hard times Dan is doing splendidly he has a Sas[illegible] practice & is very successful he says he can book $4000. [ per?]year. I often see men from Racine who all report him very successful & in high standing in that city as a physician How I would like to see you & yet I would not like to have you here now because things are so blue & it dont seem as if I could have time to enjoy you as I would if every thing was lovely. Write soon. Your letters do me good I see all of your letters they go all the[in margin: 00782]
1878 Apr 2
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