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SEPTEMBER 17, 1903.
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BE ALL, feu's Oen'l Passenger Agent, If. a O. S ft. RiTTLlCl -, m0 -J t HEEP (jap . ST. LOUIS. BIO All OHIO IDEA Kansas CHy Democrats Dot 5iUfi TSisy ittoiiere fiie Honey Question is StiU a Vital Issue Dr. Reemelin is active -at work in Ohio preparing for the coming politi cal and financial cyclone by getting the people's party on its feet in that state. The following is a copy of a letter he recently received: Cleveland, O., Sept 5, 1903. Dr.' R. 11. Reemelin, Cincinnati, O Dear Sir: Your letter inviting me to participate with the people's party and to attend the meeting to be held on the 2Gth Inst, at Columbus, came duly to hand. and I must sav it was a Buiimse u inc. My acquaintance with you was as a! bi other democrat and I had not prev iously heard of your change. I read of. the action of your party leaders at Denver, and at that time thought their cour e premature. 1 was still of this opinion when I re ceived your letter about two week3 ago, but viewing the action of the late di mocratic convention at Columbus and what has followed, I must admi: tnat you fellows ar a long-headed set. The complete sell-out of the true blue Kansas City platform democrats bv the leaders of this state has not its equal in history, and it fully justifies the stand you have taken. The cunn ngness with which Tom l Johnson and his gold bug allies suc ceeded in repudiating the silver piann of the Kansas City platform witnout tU delegates of the convention detect ing it. was a came so well played that Sr.tan could not have improved on it Then adding to th.3 injury the insult of forcing Clarue on the convention, is too damnable to find its equal even in fktion. The Public'of Chicago the mouth piece of Mr. Johnson, says: "More over. Mr. Clarke stands squarely upon the platform adopted at tJoiumDus, a piatform regarding the construction ot which he was consuuei and of which he approved." jno wonder he stands squarely thereon, He evidently wrote that part which refers to the nation! platform and arranged it expressly for himself and his kind to stand on, ana what a cunning genius , he is, he has proven bv the fact that he succeeded not only in fooling the delegates of the convention, but also the press or t.hf country, which seems to accept unanimously f that the Kansas City platform was indorsed as a wnoie. .Let us see about this. It reads as follows: "The democrats of Ohio, in conven tion assembled at Columbus, reafflrm- ii.g the declarations on national issues o? our platform adopted at sanausny hereby renew our allegiance to the democratic party of the nation, ana aeain avow our devotion to the prin ciples of its last national platform." Note: This part is made conaitiona to the platform declaration at San duskv. which did not indorse the Kan sas City platform as a whole, but only certain parts thereor, and aid not in clr.de the silver rlank. Therefore, the above part of the late platform dec laration has absolutely no bearing Arid to this Mr. Johnson's speech -- chairman of said Sandusky convention in which he declared the silver issue dead, and we have repudiation pure nrH s mn e. Now -comes the cocoa nut! ' " "We amrdinclv condemn colonial ism and imperialism, denounce trusts Mid trust festering tariffs, repudiate pxivernment by injunction, and op pose financial monopoly, together with every other monopoly and special priv ilege." ;-. , .. , Thus, these cunning piattorm Duna- ers, just as at .andusky, have ex tracted from the Kansas City platform sveh planks as fuited them, and then they give us the milk in the nut, thus: "Adhering to these principles or tne Kansas City' platform, we repeat our condemnation of all efforts to re nounce or ignore them. This relieves the Ohio piattorm irom all obligation to the Kansas City plat form except such parts thereof as are above specified, which cervamiy aoes not include, the silver plank. Whv now should bolter uiarke not be willing to stand squarely on this platform? It's so natural, fits so well, and for golckbug jonnson. too: wny it will even carry the enormous weight of Grover Cleveland, and seems to have been built for Cleveland ana Johnson in 1904 But: How William Jennings Bryan. John L. Lentz, and such of our accepted Unders ran stand upon it. is more than I can comprehend, and this, too after this new. apostle. Johnson, tells us who have clung with all our heart to the cause, to take his medicine or ret nut of -the party. Mr. Johnson and Mr. Clarke, how pvr stand convicted of having ob tained their nomination and indorse ment, respectively, under false pre tenses, and no democrat is under obli gation to support them at the election, and I believe when this platform trick is once fully understood, there will , be very; re, w democrats who" will vote, for either of them. ' ' Now, my friend, after reading the fcregoing you will likely conclude that I am ready to join you. Such, how ever, is not the case. As yet, I be lieve it best to labor for the right in the ranks of my own partyi and to that end I will make it my object to get the sincere and earnest Kansas City platform democrats to band to gether and refuse to vote for any anl ai; candidates on the ticket who were not loval in 1896 and 1908. and who siill refuse'to support the principles of ssid platform, one and all. By this means we can cleanse tne party Oj. the traitors within, and make a solid 'ront with new and honest leaders lor the fray in 1904. In the meantime I wish you every success in your undertak ing. I now telieve that you are on the right tracl The time has come for those who have been allied with the people's party in the past to reorganize as a safeguara and where as we largely believe ir the same principles, we may meet again. If we democrats can hold our nnrtv to the tenets of our present na tional platform and nominate renaoie men , in 1904, expediency in view or . . - . . .. .. numerical strength will, I hope rompt vou to again Join us. If w tee. then your organization will fur nish for us a harbor of refuge. You will remember 1 tola you three years ago that Johnson was as mucii in sympathy with the repudiation oi Ervan and the Kansas City platforms bv the Ohio convention at that time as Mr. McLean, that he was not fight ins McLean on principles, but for per sonal advantage only, and that if he ever got enough rope, he would I the undoing of the democratic party. The hour of trial has come. The fiasco's, however, which he engineereJ during the last three years may yet fee tiiir salvation. .Johnson, with the ail of the silverites whom he deceived in to support of him, has succeeded in de stroying the power of McLean. It now the voters act intelligently and sit down on Jonnson, and fit down on him hard, we will get rid of all the traitors and have clear sailing heieafter. The onlv deplorable feature in this struggle is that Bryan. Lentz and otb- faith. mav go down in the wreck. The nclv thine that can save them, now that the treachery in this platform is exposed, is that they rise to. the emer eencv and sav unto Johnson and his geld bug allies: Halt, so far and no farther. "You shall not rrp upon the brow of labor this crown of thorns: you shall not crucify mankind upon a cross of gold." Step up and srhseribe to our creed or get ot ot the nartv. Oh. Mr. Bryan, let us see you again in that sublime greatness to which you nne in 1896 at Chicago. P. ZUCKRIEUEi Rebel Democrats and Pops Editor Independent: I see the call is out for the Indiana conference all right The newspaper met. are now taking auite an interest in our meet ings and we are getting a goed deal of advertising. I am sure your coming to the conference would add much in arousing our people. When I wrote you last there seemed to be lack of co-operation, but I feel more enconr nsr'fid now. The interest which the rep resentatives of the plutocratic papers are taking indicate that the political n.anagers appreciate the possibilities that lie in the populist revival. A city election is pending ana tne silver democrats are as rebellious as the pops. The most vicious of the Pnlmer and Buckner democrat are In r.ontrol of the city organization. I be lieve that the knowledge' that you v.ouldcome to the state conference on thp 24th would add much to the at tendance. At any rate we will do the test that we can should you consent to come. Politically everything I? locsv turvv in this city, . . JOHN MEDEKT. Indianapolis. Tnd. Coal Irust Treason The anthracite coal companies are resisting the efforts of the United States government to look into their bvsiness. They have refused to give information asked for by the interstate commerce commission, and have been supported in the refusal by one of the lower federal courts. This case nas x r - i.oen carried uo to the United States Rnreme court, and pending a decision there, the coal roads have rerusea to fill in innnirv hlanks sent to them by the United States census office. They seem to think they are engaged in a nurelv private business. That was the v-flv thev acted- in relation to the Hirike. and the way in which they are row acting. It will prove In the end to be a ptblic business. Springfield Republican. , . L&Grippe Caused Heart Trouble, Nervous Prostration and Dyspepsia. My Friends Know Heart Cure Cured Me. Mrs. C. O. Hurd. Il8 W, Third St., Musca. tine, la, is well known throughout her section of Iowa as an ardent worker in the M, E. Cliurch. She says; "LaGripe left me with a sevte case of nervous depression and nervous dyspeysia, which soon affected inr heart I 5-utfered from sleeplessness, head ache, extreme nervousness and twitching or the muscles. The slightest exertion would cause shortness of breath, a numbness of my body" and hot flashes wth pain. I will tell you what 1 am constantly telling my mends tlxrt Dr. Mil;s' Heart Cure cured me so ht nil thc lic;TriMM Kvmntrms le t me. I may ad J that for severe pain I have never touni anything to equal Dr. Junes' Anu-raia nils and think, the Nerve ana Liver rms are a wonderful stomach remedy." . "Our son "wa3 stricken down with heart trouble in his twentieth year. 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