The Writings of Carl Schurz/From Rutherford B. Hayes, August 30th, 1876

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Columbus, O., Aug. 30, 1876.

I am sorry not to be able to meet you at Cincinnati. Can't we meet here before you return? Your speeches do great good. We should cultivate a hopeful tone. Men in the right can afford to be cheerful even if the outlook is gloomy. Since New York we are surely bound to gain.