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WITH THE ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT,

HON. CARL SCHURZ,

WASHINGTON, D. C., DEC. 12 AND 13, 1895.

AND OTHER MATTERS.

11,560

HARVARD
COLLEGE

LIBRARY.

1895.

NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED FOR THE

NATIONAL CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE.

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Publications of the National Civil-Service Reform League

Proceedings at the Annual Meeting of the National Civil-Ser-
vice Reform League, 1882, with address of the President, George
William Curtis. Per copy, 8 cts.

The same, with address of the President, for '84, '85, '86, '87,
'89, '90, '91, '92, '93, '94 and '95. Per copy, 8 cts.
Civil-Service Reform under the present National Administration.
By George William Curtis. (Address of 1885.)

The Situation. By George William Curtis. (Address of 1886.)
Party and Patronage. By George William Curtis. (Address of 1892.)
Civil-Service Reform and Democracy. By Carl Schurz.

(Address

of 1893.)

By Carl

The Influence of the Spoils Idea upon the Government of
American Cities. By Herbert Welsh. (1894.)

The Reform of the Consular Service. By Oscar S. Straus. (1894.)
The Interest of the Workingman in Civil-Service Reform.
Herbert Welsh. (1895.)

By

The Necessity and Progress of Civil-Service Reform.
Schurz. (Address of 1894.)

The Appointment and Tenure of Postmasters. By R. H. Dana.
(1895.)

Civil-Service Reform as a Moral Question. By Chas. J. Bonaparte.
Constitution of the National Civil-Service Reform League.
Good Government: Official Journal of the National Civil-Service
Reform League. Published monthly at 54 William St., New York.
One dollar per year. Ten cents per single copy.

It is the aim of the management to make Good Government not
only an aggressive and fearless advocate of the principles of Civil-
Service Reform in the broadest sense, but a perfectly trustworthy
record of the current history of the reform movement in political
affairs generally. It numbers among its staff of editorial contributors
many of the conspicuous authors and orators engaged in the move-
ment, and some of their most important papers and addresses appear
first in complete form in its columns. As GOOD GOVERNMENT pub-
lishes yearly an exhaustive table of titles and topics of its own, and as
it is one of the group of periodicals to which reference is made in the
annual supplement to Poole's Index, it is a necessity to every well-
stocked reference library.

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WASHINGTON, D. C., DEC. 12 AND 13, 1895.

WITH THE ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT,

HON. CARL SCHURZ,

AND OTHER MATTERS.

NEW YORK:

PUBLISHED FOR THE

NATIONAL CIVIL-SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE.

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ANNUAL MEETING

OF THE

NATIONAL CIVIL SERVICE REFORM LEAGUE,

DECEMBER 12 AND 13, 1895.

Pursuant to call duly issued, the fifteenth annual meeting of the National Civil Service Reform League was held at Washington, D. C., on the 12th and 13th of December, 1895. Among the delegates in attendance during the several sessions were the following:

BALTIMORE: Charles J. Bonaparte, M. E. Lyle, Cleveland P. Manning, Edgar G. Miller, William Reynolds, L. P. Hennighausen, G. W. Sattler, A. P. Shanklin and C. A. E. Spamer.

BOSTON: Samuel B Capen, Arthur Hobart, Jonathan A. Lane, Samuel Y. Nash and J. G. Thorp, Jr.

BROOKLINE: Dana Estes.

BROOKLYN: William G. Low, Truman J. Backus and Edward Cary.

BUFFALO: Sherman S. Rogers and Charles B. Wheeler.

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