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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 August 1876

ASHTABULA TELEGRAPH. v" ." .' -ft J AS. REED & SOIST, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. $2 in Advance Vol. XXVII, No. '31. . ASHTABULA, OHIO, FBIDAY, AUGUST 4, 187G. Whole Number 1387. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. fHO. N. RMTH, General Dealer in itrf ooda. Groceries, Cmee'-y anti GImim ware, Boots and Shoes. Keady-Made Cloid ln. Hats and Caps, Tobaccos and Cirara, and everything a family need to eat or wear? Ntirtq itain street, Asiiaibu!a.li H. C. TO .TIMES "., H. C Tonibes, U li. Koek weil ilo. To.noes.; v.'hoieaieanu WHUil beaters in Groceries and rrovisious, Kruitsand Grain; A rent"' for American and Union Kxpress Companies and Cleveland Herald, Mam street. Ashtabula. O. fl A.H. K. W.SAV.iGK, Dealers in Choice Kainily Groceries anr! Provisions; also, pure Confectionery, and the linenl brand of To baecoand CHara, . . - - . 13i S. B. WKbLS Produce and Commission Merchant for the purchase and sale of West ern Keservelluuer.Ciieese and Dried Fruits, Main stre.S, Asul.ul,...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 August 1876

TTTE TELEGRAPH. ASH 1 Atsu Friday Mornicg, Aug. 4th, 1876. For President, RUTHERFORD B. KATES, of Ohio. For Vice President, WILLIAM A. -WHEELER, of New York. Republican Congressional Convention. There will be a Delegate Convention of the Nineteenth Congressional District of Ohio, competed of the counties of hula, Gu- . TrnmbulL at the City SS VarreXon Tuesday, the 23d day of August, 1S78, at 11 O cioca a. " i .7 i ma candidate for Hem- pose Ot IiW"" r berof Congress, and one Presidential Elector for said District. The basis of representation In said conven tion will be one delegate for each one hun dred and twenty-five votes cast for Governor Hayes In 175, and one additional delegate for each township or ward having a final fraction of sixty-three or more. Each township or ward shall be entitled to at least one delegate. Each county is entitled to the following num ber of delegates ; Ashtabula gi Geauga 21 Lake 27 Portape Trumbull " Total 1M Henry Fassett, Warren P. Spencer, Ashtabu...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. J AUKS REtl OT, raoPKiCTOt-FRIDAY MORXIXG. AUG. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. Tb work on the new armory i pro gressing. . Mr. L. W. Smith and lady left, for OuuUoqualelastWediiesday. i The Council met lust Wednesday night; for the proceeding ee another column. . Ticket are on sale at the L.8.t)(. By., at this place, to Xew York for $6.50 ; Calls at our den from Representative Howiand and the venerable A. Kellogg, of late, are acknowledged. r The ladies of the Presbyterian Chnn-h had a very pleasant aad successful lawn fete at their chapel on Wednesdey evening. , That comical (?) cot which the editor of the Reporter to frequently uuwrui in his paper, will soon be the cans of his taking board at some insane asylum. The person who said U. Bartlett'i swelled head was the result of a combat witk the bay horse cavalry is mistaken. Jt's only a boil. ""We believe the custom of horse racing to be a great damage to the community." How about providing brain pabulum for the week, on ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 4 August 1876

THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE ON THE LAKE SHORE ! iL9MMmiD)ni!iJ THE CLOTHIER! "Who will take a shaving off tbe Lowest Prices of any dealer here or elsewhere. F-mtr'fcftTB'aiM'in CLOTHING Ashtabula My Stock is large Ml Styles of Men, Youth and Boifs together HATS, CAPS, & FURNISHING GOODS! Great care has been given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clothing 1 now oiler, ana witn toe iacume I confidentially say are second to none in this mrunt nlark in rAfrnrri tn nrtrr . r , Having some time I:EW STORE! I ordered a large portion of my Clothing made up from th t j "c, as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoroughly sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a continuance of their patronage," assuring them that I shall continue to use every effort to give satisfaction in all Respectfully, J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU, Collins Block, Slain st., opposite Farmers' Nat. Bank, ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 August 1876

nn -c t ' V ABULA TELEGRAPH. ; , JAS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. g2 in Advance - Vol. XXVII, No. 32.' ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1876 " Whole Number 1388. " : BUSINESS DIRECTORY. r MERCHANTS. THO. TK. BOOTH, General D"alr In Iry Goods. Groceries, Cmcfce-y 8 ml J '" wai Bool and Shoe. Keady-Made l lotri- Ine, Hatt and Caps. Tobaccos and (isars, and everything- a family need to ei'tj or wear. North Main street, Ashtabuia. 1 H. r. TOJIMKS '- -..;: Tomliea, L.J E.Rockweii AA.-. roinues,; " " Retail Dealers In G.-ocerios and Provisions Fruits and Grain; AeenUfor American and Union Express O.mpaiiies and Cleveland Herald, Main street. Ashtabula. O. flfct A.M. B. W.SiVAGK, f-aters in ttioiee i'aiiiilvrr"ertesand Prov.Sions; aloo.pure Confectionery, and the finest brands of To bacco and Cigars. ; 1JB1 S. B. W IS Produce and Commission Merchant for the purcluwe and sale of West era Reserve Buua.-, Cheese and Uried Fruits, M;iln litre. t, Ashtabula, Ohio....

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, Aug. 11th, 1876. For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio, For Vice President, WILLIAM A. WHEELER, of New York. Republican Congressional Convention. lie. There will be a Delegate Convention of the Nineteenth Congressional District of Ohio, composed of the counties of Ashtabula, Geau ea. Lake. Portage and Trumbull, at the , City kail in Warren, on Tuesday, the 23d day of Augurt, 1876, at 11 o'clock a. nu, for the pur pose of nominating one candidate lor Kern berof Congress, and one Presidential Elector for said District. The basis of representation In said oonven tlon will be one delegate for each one hun dred and twenty-five votes cast for Governor Hayes in 1875, and one additional delegate for each township or ward having a final fraction of sixty-three or more. Each township or ward shall be entitled to at least one delegate. Each county is entitled to the following num ber of delegates ; Ashtabula - ' o'l Geauga 21 Lake Portage......

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED .SOX. PttorJUKTOBv T.ro. tt r Vr la As?ire. FIUDAY. MOSXIXG, ACG. 11th, 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. -Three wall tent for the AhtobuU " Light Artillery havo arrived The Light Guards are expecting some at an early day. - : We understand that another tug is to be put into commission at the Harbor. This will make fourth. That portion of Garfield's war history, . t.- nor Wvn corresuondent. and deferred, will be found upon the outside of this number. As our Kingsville correspondent asked . the other day, for a recipe for destroying hen lice, we would commend to his atten tion tin urtir-le from the Pracliad Farmer. nn the outside. The verdict recently rendered in the Court of Common Pleas, in the case of U. A. Root vs. C. D. Ainjjer, has been re versed by Judge Caiifield, and a new trial gran tea. oenn net. The "Garden Party," givon by the ladies of St Peter's Church, last Tuesday evening, on the grounds of A. A. Strong, was a very pleasant affair and well at ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 11 August 1876

THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE ON THE LAKE SHORE ! WW THE CL.OTHIERI Who will take a shaving off the Lowest Trices of any dealer .elsewhere. Such Bargains in CLOTHING X S- ci? 'Ashtabula before ! My Stock is iarg&..aiid consists of Botfs together HATS,; CAPS, & FURNISHING GOODS Great care has been given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clothing 1 now oner, ana witn tne lacmuua s . - I confidentially Bay ore second to none in this respectJ&2in regard to price. . . - , Having some time before opening jny , NEW ' S'T.OIH I ordered a large portion of my Clothing made np ftom the pieec, as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoronghly 'i' sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a continuance of their patronage, assuring them that I shall continue to use every effort to give satisfaction in all Respectfully, J. E. L'HOMMEDIEU, Collins' Block, 8ml379 here o...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

ASHTABULA J AS. REED & SON, Publishers. f y a s Independent in all tilings. in Advance Vol. XXVTI, No. 33. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, AUGUST .18, 1876. Whole Number 1389. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. .MERCHANTS. TliOS. Z'- JH, Ueneral Dealer lu lry Goods. Groceries, Croekcy and G'ass ware. Moot and Shoes. Keady-Made r-l.aii-; lng. Hats nd (Japs. Tobaccos ami iiz, and everything a family need to eat r wear. North Main street, Aslilubu a. I- Z .... . m n T-iliw H. !. TOBM Ac CO.. (U. C. Tomoes, E Roi-kr,ll i'inub..j W"h'!eaieariu i,..,..;i i.. mi.. I Provisions. Fruits and Urain ; Agent- for American and Union Expret-s toiupiiii!es and Llve ami Herald, Main street, Atit -.bJ'a, i :W4 A.M. . w.SAVlGIi.!lerKinCh..iop .- ainilvro.krisn.l Pn.vis.ons; a so.i.ure ' Con'.ctioiierv. and the iint brands of To- ' bCcOalld fiftiT- iJ V laj . B. IVKIS Produce and Commission Merchant for the puroause aim saie 01 n ei-u- ern Reserve duiker, I 'hoeseaa'J unea ruiw. Main stre-t, A-lMuma, nuio. Ctid.MI.S4c T...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. ASBTABLLA. OHIO. Morning, Ang. 18th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. KATIONAL. Election Tuesday, November 7th, 1ST. For President, RUTHERFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vice President. WILLIAM A. WHEELER, Of New York. For Presidential Electors t Large, AAEON F. PERP.Y, of Hamilton County. EDWARD H. BOHM. of Cuyahoga County. BTATE, Ejection Tuesday, October 10th, 1878. . Secretary of State, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey County. Jndre of the Supreme Court, WASHINGTON W. BOTNTON of Lorain Co. Member of Board of Public Works, JAMES C. EVANS, of Delaware County. Republican Congressional Convention. Una. There win be a Delegate Convention of the Nineteenth Congressional District of Ohio, composed of the counties of Ashtabula, Gean- n Lake. Fortace and Trumbull, at tne tjiij Han In Warren, on Tuesday, the 22d day of August, IS78, at U o'clock a. m., lor the pur pose of nominating one candidate Jor e ber of Congress, and one Presidential Elector for said District. The basis of representati...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAXES F.EJCD ft SON. ntoPRnrren. Tsruta a' wr la FRIDAY MORXING, AUG. 16th, 1878. LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. Mm. Judge Parsons and brotbet left last week tor the Centennial. 'Th ffi. of Dr. P. E. Hail will be closed nntU about the 15th of September. Dr. P. & Hall, wife anj friend think of starting for their summer trip east and the Centennial next week. - ComDlimentaries are acknowledged from the Secretary of the Orwell fair for the coining meeting. A picnic of the Granger of this eounty will be held at the Center of Trumbull on the 26th inst Sealed proposals, it will be seen, have been called for by the Commissioners, for repairs and extension of the county jail. Rev. R. F. Keeler, of Conneaut, will preach in the Methodist church, in Jeffer son, next Sunday morning and evening. Fred LeiBngwell and lady, with Mrs. Theodore Sievers, have taken a trip east, proposing to return by way of Philadel phia. ( Mr. N. C. Hawley, of the item, has returned from a vacation of t...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE ON THE LAKE SHORE ! ,u it i w ii ri MMMISIlPniSIIJ THE CLOTHIER! Who will take a ehaving off the Lowest Prices of any dealer elsewhere. liere or Such Bargains in CLOTHING nave Never been offered in Ashtabula before ! My Stock is large and consists of I ! i. All Styles of Men, Youth and Soxfs Wear, - together with HATS CAPS, & FURNISHING GOODS' J 7 Great care has beep given to the Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Clothing 1 now offer, and with the facilities I confidentially, say . are, second to none in this , ! j respect also hi regard to price. . - "' .... ...Having some time before opening my I ordered a large portion' tf 'my Clothing made np from the pieec, os as to nave my Worsteds; Ueavers, and Uassimeres, thoroughly " "' . " sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to . Give Satisfaction. Returning thanks to my customers for past favors, I would solicit a vonunuanceoi ineir patronage, assuring mem isat i snau continue to use ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

EMENT ASHTABULA, Q , AUGUST, .' 1876. Pi SOFPL SPEECH OF Hon James A. Garfield, OF OHIO, In the House of Representatives, Friday, August 4, 1876. Friday, August 4, 1876. Can the Democratic Party be Safely Intrusted with the Administration of the Government! j T- Tae Home bping In Committee of tbe Whole on the bill (H. E. Ko. to trans fer i.'-e connector Ind.an niiairs rroin the Interior Department to ths War Depart ment, Mr. Oarheld stud: Ms. CkairmaK: I regret that fbe speech ot tae gentleman from Anssiamppi (AW. Lamar) has not yet appeared in the Jteierd, so that I might have had its fell And a titectio text before oileriag my own remarks in reply. But. bis proposiuons were so , clearly and so very ably tated, the doc trine that run through it were so logically connected, h will be my own fault if i fall to nader.t!iud and appreciate the 'general cope asa purpose oi nis tpeecn. la the catsct, I desire for myself and far a majority, at ieaet. of those for whom I apeak, to express m...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 18 August 1876

HOUSTON, January, 1876. Pursuant to a call of the President, the elub met at t be Court Houea at eleven 'clock h W. S Bate presiding.. On motion of Captain Fran Buraitt, tse fol lowing resolutions were result 1. That we solemnly uecl.ire our pnreose to stand to and abide by our pi --iires made during the canvass, and that we will hold in utter de testation any man claiming to be a conserva tive democrat who by any equivocation shall in the least rioiate the sacred promises made by as previous to the election, either as a elub or individuals. 2. That at no time and under no eirenm stanoee will we employ loose waa era jatawiaa as leaders in the radical party. 3. That we will not employ any laborer who has been discharged by any member of our elub because of his past political oourpe. i. that the member of this elub are requested to send into the secretary the names of all per sons turned off by them under the above reso lutions and that the executive committee of toe county is request...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

nn J AS. REED & SON", Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S3 in Advance Vol. XXVII, No. 34. ASHTABULA, OHIOFRIDAY, AUGUST 25, 1876. Whole Number 1390. ASH A DT.TJ-..A- BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. van. "w uismi. Owners! Dealer In , i..7. h. Hadv-Me Cloth- lnjr, HftU end Cap. Tobacco and Cigars nTi vrvthinir a family needs to eut or wear. North Main street, Ashlabua. 13,-vt II. C. TO.TIHES & '.. iH. C. Torubea, L. . rtorwwrtl A A. U T.iwb., W uotestieaud f K-til iJealers In flroeerie- and Provision ) ru'ts and (Jrnln; Ajreou r American 'and i m.,n FxDrwis Companies and L.eveland Heruul, Main street. AshUibuia. . 1'H A ,'H, . K. S A O K, Dealers I n Choice v i jro -rn"U'l i'rov.s.ons; aino.pure nnnfraaJonerv. and the finest brands of To- tnuwo and ClXr-. ' - Ul Hi B. Produce and Commission Merchant lor tbe purchase and Kale of West ern Karve liutter.Ciieeand Driisd Fruit, . lalostre.t, Asnwuia.i.tuio. s liii t tRLISL8 T.-I.KHealers In Fancy and SUiule Dry liKli. 1' am i ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

THE 'TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Morning, Aug. 25th, 1876. REPUBLICAN TICKET. NATIONAL' V Election Tuesday, November 7lh, LS74. For President, BCTHEttFORD B. HAYES, of Ohio. For Vice President TILXJAJJ A. WHEELER, of New Tork. For Prwaidential Elector! mt Large. AARON F. PERRY, of Hamilton County EDWARD H. BOHM, of Cuyahoga County. 6TATE. ' Election Tuesday. October 10th, 1ST Secretary of SUte, MILTON BARNES, of Guernsey Coanty. judge of the Supreme Court, WASHINGTON W. BOTNTOX of Lorain Co Member of Board of Public Works, ' JAMES C. EVANS, ot Delaware County. The Republican Judicial District Convention. Th ReDublloan Nominatlne Convention tor the Judicial District composed of AfhUi- bulaGeanga and Lakecountlea, win -at the Court House In Painesville. on Thurs day, the lst of August, 187. at one o-de Ju nominate one Common Plea. Judge for "Xbetr of delegate, to each eoun.y is apportioned as follows : Ashtabula, Geauga, 49 2i ....2i The Primary Meetings to be held on Satur day August...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

THE TELEGRAPH. JAMES REED 4 SO.N. f boprictoiw. FRIDAY MORXIXG, ACQ. 25th, 1876, LOCAL NEWS. Local Briefs. Mr. Aaron Picket of Memphis. Tenn is visiting his friends hero. The public schools wi'l open one week front next Monday, isept. 4tn. De. Owen, of Andover. died in h s chair, on Friday of 1 week. Mrs. Dr. Hall nd daughter left for the Centennial Thursday-yesterday. Mr. Will Snyder .'e:. for the Centen nial last Saturday, for a four wek 8 visit There m all be a company formed of ' boys in blue iu the toa hall, at Kingsville to-morrow evening. Xew Lyme sonUIbptes tj swe'l the number of visitors to the Ceutenn:al Mr. Calv in Dodge left on Tuesday. Joseph Howe was brought before JIy- or Hepburn for drunkenness last Tuesday ' morning and fined $4.00 t-id costs. A. a Fos and Capt. Dan. Mitchell have agreed upon a y'vt to the scenes of their eariv days, in Albany coum . I ., . and leave in a couple of daT. A straw wa taken among the Soldiers at Camp Ensign last week which" gave Hayes a...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

4 THE POPULAR CLOTHING HOUSE ON THE LAKE SHORE! THE CLOTHIER! Who will take "a ehaving off the Lowest Prices of any dealer here or elsewhere. Such Bargains in CLOTHING have Never been offered in - "AsMahnla "before! My Stock is large and consists of Ml Styles of "Men, Boy's "together . HATS, CAPS, ,-' Great care has been given to Ibe Making and Trimming and general ap pearance of the Ulottnng 1 now oner, ana tod me iamnuea ; I confidentially say are second to none- in this. respect, also in regard to price. Paving some time K B-W I ordered ft large portion of my Clothing made up from the pieec, .. ' as to have my Worsteds, Beavers, and Cassimeres, thoroughly sponged and shrunk, which I always Warrant to Give Satisfaction.' Returning thanka to my customers for past favors, I continuance of their patronage, assuring them that I shall every effort to give satisfaction in all respects. Respectfully, J. E. L'HCjMMEDIEU, Collins' Block, Main st., opposite Farmers' Nat, Bank, ASHTABULA, OH...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

" ; in te k .ho lers . ' . 7 ' '" Jul Ult I J 1st UPPXjS 3C IE3 KT "X" SPEECH OF SENATOR O. P. MORTON, At Indianapolis, Ind., August 11. a ft, Again the Bepnbnesn snd Democratic parties on rlrwit each other id a ntroi fr tbe control of the gov ernment. Tbe Republican part ponia with pride and .satisfaction to its record of honorable deeds: to a . X'uioo preserred, slavery abolished, 10 the establish ment of ecus lit v before the law; to a yoremroent well aaminMered, and toil principles rep:ete with justice, bumanitr. aod the advancing civilization of the are. be Democratic party asking its past to be foncotteo, 'with oo argument in its favor 10 be draws from history, comes to i be mask of reform, brofessinR superior purity sod relying ooiv upon iu jtenvral assault upon the ln:egritv and patriotism of Republicans. Ia each a campaign, with si oiler as the chief weapon, Republicans must be excused if thev speak plainly of the political character, history, and pur pose of iheir antairon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 25 August 1876

SPEECH OF JOHN SHERMAN, HON. n At Karietta, Ohio, August 12, 1878. THE COMING CONTEST. Wa are efpel -cay eetermioe who shall be iTeHieD d to. United (Mates Jur the Beit four yearn, bat M policy and prtn- iU effect In ureeier or )et antrc every eltisen el the Caiied 8'ates. Ibe eboloe between the Bepeo ltcae end bnaocnlle parties, 1 be reel quesiioe It, S euslJ the Demoeraiic party be restored to power again, i sot with Bew erinriples aud new leauera, but the liemoeratic pny eoniDoerd of tbe seme eiementa aa belu re ibe war? Sixieeo veara hire passed away, and f yet that party, tn aoul, ourpoee and policy, ia tbe a aameaswhea noder Buchanan it left tbe country Humbling In ansfcBy a part warring against It. and pan ToJrig airnlost 11, and both Iwiiona teachinj tbai oor eouDxry was a mere eoniederailon ol Kiatea, too weak to enforce iia own ia.e, without pow-r lo protect In life, and aubiert to the veto ol any Stale loai cuoee to .una raw irom m poww. THE HOPE OF DEMOCRACY. Its only ho...

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