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Letters From Archbold
That Caused Foraker,
COI.UMI1US, Ohio, Sept. 17.
Thomas I.. Hlfigcn, candidate fur
1'rcslilcnt, of tlio Independence party,
nnd William II. Hearst addressed a
meeting nl Memorial Hall tonlglit.
llrmst lead letters which ho wild
had liccii willten liy John D. Aich
liold of tlio Stninltutl Oil Company,
tn Scnnlor J. 11. l'onikcr of Ohio, re
ferring to legislation pending in Con
gress, nnd mentioning two lnclosurcs
of checks ono for Sift, 000 and an
other for $ 1 1.500. Ileal si said:
"Wc clnlm tlmt tlio UejHilillcnn
party hns been for :i long tlmo tho
bcnoflclary of trust corruption, nnd
Hint the Democratic party hns only
awaited nn oppoitnnlty to share Its
lister's prulltablc Infamy.
"Wo claim tlio Democrats nro to
day ciiRorlj competing with tho llc-
publlcans for trust fawns.
"We claim that when Theodore
UnoscNoIt whipped tho Standard Oil
out of tho Republican party tho Dem
ocratic party welcomed that convlct
nl criminal with open nrms. Wo
claim that tho Democratic party kill
ed for HocKcfeller tho fatted cnlf,
and that there Is more rejoicing over
this ono sinner who has Joined tho
Dcmocintlc cause thnn there Is oer
tho hundreds of thousands of honest,
faithful citizens who constitute tlio
Democratic masses. I am not cither
heie with empty assertions but with
legal evidence nnd documentary
"1 um now going to read copies of
letters written by John D. Anhbold,
chief usent of tho Standard Oil, and
personal representative, of Kockcfcl
lor mid Rogers. These letters hao
been given mo by n gentleman who
had Intimate association with this
giant of corruption, the Standard Oil,
hut whose nnmo 1 may not dhulge,
lest ho be subjected to tho persecu
tion of this monopoly.
2(1 llro.idw.iy, New York,
March 9, 1900.
My Dear Senator: 1 havo jour
faor of last night, with enclosure,
which latter, with letter from Klllott
commenting on same, I beg to send
ou herewith. I'crhaps It would bo
better to make n demonstration
1'galiu.t tho wholo bill, but certainly
tho ninth clause, to which l.'lllott re
fers, should bo stricken out. nnd tho
same is ti no of House Dill No. 500,
also Introduced by I'rlce, In relation
to foreign corporations, In which tho
b.uno objectionable clauso occurs.
I am glad to hear Hint jou think
that tho situation is fairly well In
Very truly jours,
JOHN D. AUCIIIIOLD.
Hon. John H. Torakcr, WuBhlng
ton, I). C.
20 llioadwny, Now York,
March 2G, 1900.
Hon. John I). Foraker. lr.nn Rlv.
teenth street, Washington, D. C.
Dear Senator: In accordance with nnr
tlildoistanding. I now bee to enclose
jou a ccrtMiatoot deposit to jour
i.nor ror jio.tioo. Kindly acknowl
edge the terelpt nnd oblige.
loiiin cry truly,
JOHN D. ARCIIUOLD.
2C llroadway, Now York,
I'd). 20, 1900.
My Dear Senator: Hero Is still
another cry objcctlonnblo bill. H
Is so outrageous ns to be ridiculous.
but It needs to bo looked after and
I hope llicio will bo no difficulty In
Am anxious to hear from you ns to
the situation ns it wholo.
Yoins very tittty,
JOHN O. ARCIIIIOI.D.
Hon. J. 11. 1'orakor. 1D0O Six
teenth stiect, Washington, D. C,
2G Ilrondwny, Now York,
' April t7, 1900.
My Dear Senator: I enclose jou
(ertlflcato of deposit to jour favor of
$1-1, fiOO. Wo nro greatly at a loss
In tho matter, but I send this and
will bo glad to havo a very frank
talk with jou when opportunity of
fers. If jou bo desire.
I need scarcely again express our
groat gratification ovor tho fnvbrablo
outcome of affairs.
Veiy truly yours,,
"There,, my friends. Is homo docu
mentary evidence of how bills nro
decided to bo unwise and to bo un
constitutional and some Intimation
of the causes that lead la the defeat
oi sulii Dins, i win now rrnu jou
tho conclusion of a letter written by
Sibley, who was a rcprescnlatlo
fiom Pennsylvania in tho lower
house of Congress. Mind jou, a
rcpicsentatlve from l'cnnsjhnnln.
Hut In fact ho is a reprcsentathe of
tho Stnndord Oil Company," Tho
letter was written to Mr. Archbold
nnd relates how Sibley told Hoosc-
clt that ho should be careful how
he offended tho Standard Oil and
that he could not afford to depend
merely upon the support of tho peo
ple. This Is the conclusion of tho
Por tho first tlmo In mj Ufo I told
the President some plain If unpala
table truths ns to the situation po
litically, nnd that no man should win
or deserve to win who depended up
on the rabble rather than upon the
conservative men of affairs.
I don't know ns ho really liked
nil I salil, but ho thanked me with
Anj thing jou may desire here In
my power pleaso ndvlsc.
josKfai c siiim:y.
Hearst hero referred to a complaint
In contempt which had been tiled by
former Attorney General 13. S. Mo
nett In tho Ohio Supreme Court, al
leging nn attempt to lnlliicncc his
action In n suit against the Standard
Oil Company, nnd which lotnplaliit
was dismissed by Judge Charles A.
Schautk. Hearst followed by read
ing the following letter, which, ho
said, had been written bv John D.
Archbold to Senator Foraker:
2C llroadway, New York,
Dec. IS, 1902.
My Dear Senator: You, of course
know of Judgo Uurkctt's candidacy
for re-election to the Supremo Court
bench of Ohio. Wo understand that
his re-election to tho position would
bo In tho lino of usage ns followed
In such casts in Ohio, and we feel
very strongly that his eminent qual
ifications nnd great Integrity entitle
him to this further recognition.
Wo most earnestly hope that jou
ngico with this view ami will favor
and aid his re-election Rogers Joins
me most heartily In this expression
With kind regards, I am very sin
JOHN D. AUCIIIIOLD.
"Hero Is another und final letter,"
2C Urondwnj', Now York,
March 20. 1903.
My Dear Senator:- Wo aro sur
prised beyond measure to learn that
Smith W. Dennett, brother-in-law of
r. S. Monnctt, recently elected At
torney General of Ohio, Is In tho race
for the Attorney Generalship of Ohio
on tho Republican ticket. Dennett
was associated with Monnctt In the
caso against us in Ohio, nnd I would
like to tell jou something of our ex
periences and Impressions of the man
gained in Hint case. If jou know
him at all I nm suro jou will ngrco
that his candidacy ought not to bo
seriously considered from any point
I would esteem It n favor to hnvo
allno from jou on tho subject.
JOilN D. ARCIIUOLD.
A Dcliehtful Elevated Rpsidmee
tot, 100 x 700, in Puunui Tract above
Liliha St with unobstructed view,
aDove ur. uooper s Residence, I am
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WAITY BLDG. 74 S, KING ST,
The two firemen who left the Bteam
cr Rosecrans hero recently in tho
courso of a dispute over pay whtnh
was not forthcoming, called on U. S.
Shipping Commissioner Almy jester
day, and laid their ense before him
As they tell a different story from the
agents of the steamer, which carries
Associated Oil, nothing inn bo dono In
tho caso until tho return of tho boat
hero, when tho papers will he tnkeu
Into tho ofhio of tho commissioner,
nnd gone over there.
The Rosccrnns Is duo to return at
onco from Gavlota, to tho delay will
not bo long.
Mr. Almy says that after this, nil
tho oil steamers must bring their pa
pers to his olTlco on every trip, so that
troublo of this kind may lie avoided In
the future. Tho firemen claim that
they were novcr formally signed on.
This is not tho first time that such n
thing hns happened on these icastwlso
oil steamers. 1 " '
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