Danville Ills. 30 Dec 1864
My dear Sir
Peters and Tincher will go for you for the Senate.
You will find T. somewhat [lively?] and scattering; but he may be relied on when he gives a pledge. He is not a very secretive man; rather outspoken and many times imprudently so.
Peters has no firmness in yielding vain and unreliable.
I thought as your friend and desirous of your success to make the above suggestions to you for your guidance and consideration
E. S. Terry
I will be down on Monday
Danville Dec. 30/64
In relation to Tincher and Peters.