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INDEX TO VOLUME III.

JANUARY-DECEMBER, 1887.

Abell, Arunah S., 44.
" Absalom and Joab," 123.
Adams Express Company, 84.
Adkins. J. D., 31.
Allen, Charles Claflin, 64.
Allers, Edward, 174.
Allinson, Edward P., 22.
Allison, Richard T., 15.
Ames, Governor, 102.
Ames, Michael A., 78, 117, 128.
Andrews, R. Snowden, 137.
Annual election of teachers, 166.
Annual registration,

Need of, 152; Governor Jackson on,
125; William Pinkney Whyte on,
138, 170; condition of present reg:
istration lists and, 157; report of

Reform League and, 64, 75.
Archer, Stevenson, 116.
Armstrong, Alexander,

First open letter of, 149; second open

letter of, 160.
Ashland Club, The, 16.
Assessment of candidates,

In New York City, 66, 175; for Bal-
timore primary elections, 143.

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Bacharach, Solomon, 111.
Bacon, Leonard Woolsey, 6.
Baltimore County,

Report of Grand Jury, 14 ; primary

elections in, 129.
Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, 36, 38, 40.

See Tax exemption.
Baltimore Reform League. See Reform

League.
Baltimore Sun, See Sun.
Bannon, Michael, 16.
Bartlett, David L., 144, 153, 156.
Baughman, Victor L.,

Nomination for Governor, 116; and
Frederick County registration frauds,

155; letter of John K. Cowen to, 163.
Benton, District Attorney, 63.
Benton, Officer, 67.
Bishop, Joseph B., 166.
Blaine, James G.,

and the prohibition vote, 73; and
civil service reform, 102; and inde-
pendent Republicans, 132; chances

of re-election, 173.
Blakistone. T. Wallis, 11.
Bletzer, John, 28.
“Bloody Shirt," The,

as a campaign issue, 101; the other

side of, 137.
Blunt, Robert, 24.
Bonaparte, Charles J., 64, 100, 11.
Bond, "General," 89.
Bowen, P.A., 31.
Boyd, 'Wm. L., 24, 105, 120, 140. See

Supervisors of elections.
“ Breakers Ahead," 172.
Bridges, Robert, 31.
Brooks,'Walter B., 130, 144, 168.
Brown, Frank, 72, 116, 129.
Brown, John Pentland, 111.
Brown, Stewart, 31. :-
Bruce, William Cabell, 31, 111,
Bryant, J. W., 31, 162.
Buchheimer, "Fritz," 8, 14, 34, 69, 71,83,

138.
Burgess, John E., trial of, 52, 83, 173.
Buri, Silas W., 20.
Busey, James F., 8, 27.34, 71, 83, 138.
Business education, Mayor Hodges on,

17.
Business prosperity and politics, 39.
Busteed, W. W., 31.

Civil Service Reform,

James G. Blaine and, 102; President
Cleveland's message and, 2; State
platforms in Maryland on, 124; Ohio
Democratic and Republican Conven-
tions and, 113; report in House of
Representatives on, 33; the issue of,

144 ; and the campaign of 1888, 53
Civil Service Reform Association of

Maryland, The,
President Cleveland and, 119; annual

address before, 92.
Civil Service Reform Bill, 166.
Civil Service Reform League, The Na.

tional. See National Civil Service

Reform League.
Clay, Henry, 7, 122.
“Clean Sweep,” The, 46.
Cleveland, President,

Message of, 2; pressure of office-
seekers on, 45;" clean sweep" and,
46; the National League and, 50; a
second term for, 70, 102 ; on election
crimes, 85; and "offensive partisan-
ship," 119; and dependent pension
bill, 113; and Grand Army of the
Republic, 137; changes of postmas-
ters by, 113; and Maryland Associa.

tion, 119; miscellaneous, 45, 53, 96.
Codman, Charles R., 64, 74.
Cole. J. Legrand, 129.
Collins, Registrar, 78.
Colton, George, 115, 158.
Combs, General Appraiser, 2, 6.
Combs, R.C., 31.
Compton, Barnes, 12.
Confederate soldiers as Reformers, 137.
Constitutional Convention, The,

Call of, 148, 151; reasons against call.

ing, 138, 163.
Cook, John, 67.
Corporations and Sham Reform," 35.
Corporation Satellites," 106.
Corcoran, William W., 10, 72.
Correspondence:

The responsibility for railroad tax ex-
emptions, 40; the consistency of civil
service organs, 41; civil service re-
form and the next Presidential cam-
paign, 53; the utility of parties, 121;
Maryland Independent Republicans

and James G. Blaine, 132.
“ Courtesy of the Senate,” 45.
Cowen, John K.,

letters to Baltimore Sun, 23, 150;
letter to Victor L. Baughman, 162;
address before Republican Conven.
tion, 133; miscellaneous, 13, 31, 34,

35, 49, 67, 99.
Crescent Club, 3, 49, 167, 171.
Cruikshank, George W., 3i.
Curran, James, 45.
Curran, John, murder of, 12, 67.
Curtis, George William, 64, 74, 172.
Davis, Henry G., 116.
“ Democratic Aspect of the Civil Service

Reform Movement,” The, 95, 119.
Dennis, James U., 31.
Dependent Pension Bill, 112.
“Destroying the Party and Defaming

the City,” 47.
Dixon, Robert B., 130, 155.
Doyle, Sir Francis, 32.
Duffy, Edward, 107.
“Early Call Bill" and Governor Jack-

son, 155.
Eaton, Dorman B., 9, 112.
“ Editorial Responsibility and Business

Prosperity,” 39.
Election frauds,

Reform League report on, 74 ; John
K. Cowen on, 23, 150; and Victor L,
Baughman, 155, 163; the Baltimore
Sun and, 107. See Registration

frauds, Supervisors of elections, etc.
Election laws,

Maryland State platforms and, 124;
the Legislature of 1888 and, 165, 167.

See Reform League election law.
Elections of 1887, Result of the, 154.
Eliot, President, 6.
English elections,

Use of money at, 66, 84; interest of

people in, 126.
“ Ethics of Primaries," 106.

Evening Post, The (New York), 113, Knott, A. Leo, 72.
Evil and the Remedy," The, 84.

Konig, George, 28.

Kuhn, Jerome, 84.
Fairchild, Charles S., 33, 85.
Farnandis, Henry A., 116.

Laird, Philip D., 31.
Farnell, Scnator, 45.

Lamar, L. Q. C., 94.
Faulkner, C. R., 12.

Lane, Clarence, 31.
Federal officeholders, Political work of, Latrobe, Ferdinand C., 37, 153, 171.
113, 114, 127.

Lawler, Representative, 45.
Fellows, John R., 173.

League, Baltimore Reform. See Reform
Fenton, John J., 128.

League.
Ferguson, J. D., 72.

League, National Civil Service Reform.
Flagg, Azariah C., 95.

See National Civil Service Reform
Fledderman, H. G.,

League,
supplies whisky to judges of election, Lee, Robert E., 137.
2,52; Reform League costs and, 46; “Législative Outlook for Reform in
bribery of John E. Burgess by, 52, 83,

Maryland," The, 167.
173.

Legislature of 1888, 166.
Foley, Frank, 81.

Lemmon, J. Southgate, 31.
Foley, School Commissioner, 51.

Lloyd, Henry, 15, 116, 159.
Foraker, Governor, 187.

Logue, Charles P., 25.
Forward, Smithson, 31.

Lowe, John H., 31.

Lowell, James Russell, 44.
Gambrill, Henry, 67.
Gans, Edgar H., 174.

McClusky, Michael, 24, 81.
George, Henry, 113.

McComas, Louis C., 33.
Gill, John, 128.

McDonald, ex-Senator, 63.
Gill, William H., 129.

McLape, Louis, 31.
Gorman, Arthur P.

McLane, Robert M., 72.
National Democratic Committee and, McLure, J. A. L., 110.
66; reply of the National Civil Ser McQuade Trial, 1.
vice Reform League, 72; miscella McVeigh, Wayne, 64.
neous, 45, 62, 66, 87, 106, 119, 161.

Mackall, R. C., 31.
Grand Jury, Reports of,

Mackall, Thomas B., 31, 91.
Baltimore City, 88; of Baltimore Magers, John M., 24, 105. 120, 140. Ser
County, 14.

Supervisors of Elections.
Grauthaus, D. B., 79.

Mahon, James, 86, 129.
Groome, James Black, 73.

Mahon, "Sonny," 28, 107, 118, 127.
Gwinn, Charles J. M., 37, 116, 124, 126, Malone, Michael A., 32.
168.

Manning, Turnkey, 85.

Manual Training School, 171.
Hamilton, William T., 31.

Marbury, Fendall, 31
Hardcastle, E. L. R., 31.

Marbury, William L., 31, 52, 83.
Harig, William F., 44.

Marcy, William L., 96.
Heine, Joseph F., 88.

Marshall, Charles, 31, 137.
Herbert, Stephen J., 82.

Martin, W. R., 31.
Higgins, Eugene, 12, 16, 62, 67, 70, 128. Maryland Institute, 171.
Hill, Governor, 33

Massachusetts,
Hines, Jesse K., 129.

Report of Civil Service Commission
Hoblitzell, Fetier S., 143.

of, 42; vote of Legislature of, on sol.
Hodges, James,

diers' exemption bill, 101.
on civil service reform, 7, 13; on May, George, 70, 108, 155
business education, 17; on the sink Mayor Hodges. See James Hodges
ing fund, 20; on " charity and ruf Medley, J. Waring, 129.
fians," 70; and “upstarts in brass “Merít System in Practice," The, 42.
and blue,"117; votes for, 153; review Merrick, Judge, 73.
of career of, as Mayor, 170; miscella Methodist preachers and John T. Morris,

neous, 35, 64, 107, 128.
Hoffman, Governor, 35.

Michel, Adam A., 80.
Hopkins, Lewis H., 64.

Miller, Francis, 126, 130.
House of Representatives and the Civil Mincher, John F., 27.
Service, 33.

Mitchell, James, 167.
Hudgins, John R., 24, 44, 105, 120, 140. Mitchell, William R., 80.
See Supervisors of Elections.

Money in elections, Use of, 66, 174.
Humphreys, Thomas, 31.

Montgomery, George, 24.

Moore, John, 31.
Iglehart, Thomas S., 31.

Morality which Shines for All," The,
“Imposture of Ring Reform," The, 87. I 38.
Independent Democrats,

Morris, John T., 112.
meeting at Oratorio Hall, 1, 11, 31; Morrison, J. Frank,
address of (Oratorio Hall), 11; plat-

“Mr. Morrison's Jubilee," 3; opening
form of (Oratorio Hall), 43; mass of Crescent Club by, 3, 12; miscella-
meeting (Oct., 1887), 145; address of neous, 30, 48, 112.
(Oct., 1887), 146; Hagerstown Mail Muller, Wm. A., 78.

on, 135; Frederick Union on, 136. Municipal government, The problem of,
Independent Republicans,

91.
and James G. Blaine, 101, 132; and Murphy, “Butch,” 16, 28, 71, 155.
President Cleveland, 175.

Murphy, Michael, 28.
Ivins, Wm. M., 66, 166.

National Civil Service Reform League,
Jackson, Elihu E.,

Report of special committee of, 54 ;
letter of acceptance, 125; record in

editorial comment on, 50; Senator
Legislature, 155 ; on annual registra-

Gorman's reply to, 72.
tion, 138.

Neirkes, William C., 25.
Jaehne, Alderman, and" Hack" Quinn, “New Democratic Property Qualifica-

tion,” The, 143.
Jefferson, Thomas, 59, 95.

Nicoll, DeLancy, 174.
Johnson, Bradley T., 31, 112.

Northern Central R. R., 37.
Kelly, Edward, 25.

Oberly, John H., 102.
Kelly, Michael J., 25.

“Offensive Partisanship.” See Fede-
Kennedy and Burke, 23, 70.

ral officials,
Kerr, Charles, 174.

“Officeholders' Orgies in Baltimore,"
Keys, " Charlie," 23, 64.

The, 127.
King, Adam E., 101.

Officeholders, The President's circular
King, Wallace A., 85.

to, 131. See Federal officeholders.
Kittingham, “ Bud," 81, 138.

Ohio, State Convention of, 113.

Sida cam,

12.

Buckley, Registrar, 79;

meeting (Oratorio Hali'), 11; plais

Calhoun, John C., 194.
Carey, Francis K., 139.
Carter, Bernard, 36.
Carter, Richard, 27.
“Cause of Reform at the November elec-

tions,” The, 8.
Chaney, L. L., 31.
Charity Conference, Mayor Hodges at,

70. :
Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, The, 43.
Churchill, Lord Randolph, 12.
“City Government of Philadelphia,"

(Review), 22,
Civil Service Commission, The, 102.
Civil Service Record, The, 46.

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