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THE DALLES, OREGON, TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1896
COMMENCING MONDAY. JULY 13, 1896,
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Illinois Gold-Standard Dem:
ocrats Issue an Address.
WANT A SECOND CONVENTION
Three Reason for Their Appeal to the
Bound-Money Democracy of
Chicago, July 13. The executive
committee of the gold-standard Demo
crats of Illinois met in a protracted ses
sion today and prepared an address to
the Democracy of other states in the
union. It was the unanimous opinion
of the committee that a second national
convention should be called to nomin
ate candidates for president and vice
president. The address is as follows :
"To our Fellow-Democrats of Other
States: A national convention, con
vened under the constituted authority
of our party has just closed its session
in the city of Chicago.
"It entered upon its work by violat
ing all party precedents in the rejection
of a distinguished Democrat as its tem
porary presiding officer.
"It deprived a sovereign state of a
voice in its deliberations by unseating,
without cause or legal justification, dele
gates elected with all the regularity
known to party organization.
"It refused to indorse the honesty and
fidelity of the present Democratic na
tional administration. .
"It adopted a platform which favors
the free and unlimited coinage of silver
by this country alone at the ratio of 16
to 1, and thereby it repudiated a time
honored Democratic principle, which
demands the strictest maintenance of a
sound and stable national currency.
"Finally, to make it still plainer that,
although in ' name, it was not in fact a
Democratic convention, it nominated
for president one who is not in hie po
litical convictions, and ha9 not always
been even in his professions, a demo
"This made such a crisis, both for the
nation and for the Democrats party that
sound-money Democrats must at once
decide what political action they will
take for the protection of the honor of
the nation, the prosperity of the people,
and the life and usefulness of the party.
"The sound-money men of Illinois
have fully made up their minds that a
new Democratic national convention
should be called for the earliest feasible
day to nominate Democratic candidates
for president and vice-president, and
adopt a platform of Democratic princi
ples, and they desire to state to their
fellow Democrats of tne other states
their reasons as follows :
"First Sound-money Democrats owe
it to the country to make it certain at
once that their revolt against' free silver
is determined, and will be organized.
It is unfair to jeopardize the credit of
the nation and the business and indus
trial interests of the people by asking
them to merely guess what the sound
money Democrats will do in November,
and to wait until November to find out.
"Second the nomination of a new
ticket Is the logical course. Without it
and a sound-money Democratic cam
paign, the whole educational force of
sound-money Democratic sentiment
would be paralyzed from the beginning.
Republicans cannot argue the sound
money question to Democratic voters.
Republican sincerity on that question is
donbted by the mass of Democrats.
The tariff question will . be put to the
front, and insisted upon by Republican
speakers and the Republican press, as it
has been persistently by Mr. HcKinley
himself. Democrats will not listen to
lessons on finance when accompanied by
abuse of the Democratic party. The
most effective force at this time for a
campaign ia the force residing in the
sound-money Democrats. For they are
profoundly in earnest, and can get a
hearing from Democrats that the Re
publicans cannot possibly get.
Third A new convention would also
preserve for the . future the opportuni
ties of the Democratic party. Unless a
clear-cut separation ' is made between
the genuine Democrats and Democrats
who are drifting into Populism, or are
already in Populism ; and unless 'that
clear-cut separation is supported by or
ganization and a reorganized Demo
cratic party is the result, the party has
no chance of regaining public confidence
for years to come. The sound-money
Democrats in the different states must
either make it clear that they have no
association with the Bryan party, or
they must accept association and en
tanglement with it ; and all state organ
izations will, in the public mind, be for
it that do not make it absolutely clear
that they are against it. The sound
money Democrats are all sufficiently or
ganized in this state to be able to meet
their fellow-Democrats in a new conven
tion, and are anxious to confer with rep
resentatives of other states, whenever a
meeting can be brought about. Com
munications should be addressed te
Charles A. Wing, chairman, Palmer
(Signed) "James T. Soblitt, Adolph
Kraus, James M. Sheehan, Charles H.
Williamson, Llndon Evans, R. E. Span
gler, John M. Palmer, Charles A. Ew
ing, James H. Eckels, Franklin Mc
Veigh, Ben T. Cable, William S. Foie-
man, Thomas A. Moran, John P. Hop
kins, Henry S. Robbing, A. A. Goodrich,
executive committee of the honest-
money Democracy of Illinois."
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June 16th. Democratic National Con
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Peoples Party Convention and Ameri
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Jnly 22d. National Convention Young
Peoples Society of Christian Endeavor
to be held at Washington, D. C, July
7th to 13th. National Educational As
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July 3d to 10th. Encampment G. A. R.
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