[Daniel H. Muir]
[letterhead]Apr 21 1887Dear Bro JohnI presume you have wondered by this time why I had no sent that money. I could have sent part of it at any time but have been quite disappointed in getting the business settled up with tow of [those?] men to whom I sold one of them could not get his money on account of a slight error in the title of the property he sold and having to communicate with parties at a great distance The business has moved very slow but he thinks he can pay me
1887 Apr 21
Original letter dimensions: 24 x 14.5 cm.
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