D[avid] G. Muir
 Office of Parry & Muir, Dealers in Dry Goods, Fine Clothing, Boots and Shoes, &c., Portage, Wis., Dec 16 1874.Dear Brother John You in your last letter to me mentioned money matters I thought today I would try to make a statement. you stated that you did not know the difference between my [illegible] with you & that of [Parry?] & Muir — what I got of you is Signed D E Muir & the Notes or receipts of Parry & Muir are Signed with the firm Name As near as I can make out I owed you before your Earliest Dates $88.00 also Oct 12/66 198.00 Nov 20/66 90 00 Dec 24/70 385.00 ——— Total amt I owe Personaly $761.00 The Firm owes you June 12/69 278.25 Dec 16/69 353.08 Sep 26/71 582.50 ——— $1213.8300703
1874 Dec 16
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