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Harbaugh writes concerning a business proposition. He has calculated that it will cost twenty cents to produce each bottle of medicine. If the gentleman in Columbus still wants to go into business with him, please share the following proposal -- If the gentleman furnishes the capital, Harbaugh is willing to make the medicine for one-third of the profit. Harbaugh is certain that they can sell a great quantity of it since Finley is so well known throughout the western country and his good name will help to sell it. Abstract Number - 306
Medicine; Finley Financial Affairs
Harbaugh, T., "Letter from T. Harbaugh to James B. Finley" (1846). Finley Letters. 506.