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n.ir". t:t'nt, ti;il .!.; i-v-l to talk.
fisy, h..iue em-.loy-::uti.
t.) iit-iiti the
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j chief chum of
..rmal bat from th
irtion of tho blool vessels
wight hat," by Sir. Eaton and
....v;lt. Frofctiiior T. Wesley JIU
that "tho iidndfial root of t lie troublo
4 in nervou utraia.' All these theories
may havo Fonietliisis to do with tholohsof
hair. I am not ubout to dihetuu thC88ov.
crol theories, or suggest ono myself, but wHl
only eudeavor to mint out a few facts which
may bo Interesting as bearing upon tho sub
During several years' residence In Hons
ioiig, In my professional duties, I had to do
with a goodly number of persons, represent
ing a large variety of nationalities, and in
my study of these people I found tluit many
tilt-Witts cloduced frAra local experiences at
home were, in some cases at least, hardly
iiroiul enough to cover all facts found at
l.irgu In nature bearing upon tho speciflo
P' iuts of investigation. Familiar with some
of tho popular theories as to the causo of
bril.-I.K-is, I was surprised to And men who
clwava wore a covering to their Lends, and
luring business: hours and always when out
cf doors wore a very tight hat, were never
bald oud loseessed a wonderfully strong,
lliick head of hair. I refer to the Parsees
(Persians). There is a sacred, religious law
iimoiij them that no man shall go with his
V.'hen the Mohammedans invaded Persia,
theajor part of the native Persians that
v ore not exterminated flod farther cast into
India, found protection and a welcomo home
among tiie Hindoos, a people of castes, and
in order that tbeso strangers should always
Lie tdentiiied, also knowing that their religion
o'uligrvl thorn to wear a head cover, a law
was passed to compel all Parsees to wear a
certain stylo of hat whenever exposed out
f.kli of their own private home. The hat
I rcseribed is as tall as an American silk hat
with no brim; it truly might be callod a
".-tova pipo." This hat is worn, inclining
Lackwurd on tho bead from S3 to 40 decs..
(mil in order to keep it on its place, the brim
i i mado to cling very close to the bead; being
t-o ti'at and so constantly worn that quite a
ilu'i depression is caused substantially
n round the head; it seemed as if tho skull
?:r;;litbo iuvolved, but, not having tho op
P'.i iu;:ity of examining one, I was not able
to fully determine. 'Whenever this hat is re
moved, a skull cap immediately takes its
lace. In my professional duties tbeso hats
often had to bo removed, and it appeared to
me as a curious fact if some of the popular
theories were altogether true that these
proplo should nover be bald. Therefore I
i:: .tit uted a scries of strict inquiries. Many
of these gentlemen spoke English intslli-
Ccntly, also French, German, Persian and
tin ir local Hindoo dialect, some of whom
ki:id!y allowed an examination of their
heu Is, and also assured me that they had
never known ono of their race that was bald.
ir. O. Rogers in Popular Science Monthly.
J 1 t possj
to La I . 1 tJ deposited in their tissues
from the siUcious and calcareous juices cir
culating in their organisms. Thus, in the
bamboo a round stone is found at the joint
of the cane called 'tabasheer.n Another
curiosity of the sort is the "cocoanut stone,"
found in the endoierm of the cocoanut ic
Java and other Eiut India islands. Dr.
Kinuuius describes it as a ure carbonate
t lime. It is sometimes round, soiuv
times iear shajiud, while the apin-ai-anee ii
that of a white marl without much luster
tSouiq of the tlouc are as large as cherrie
and as hard as feldsur or oiI. They aro
ery rare and are regarded as precious stones
hy the orientals and eharius against 1imc:iw
or evil spirits by the natives. Ktontsf tbisi
kind are sometimes found in tho Kuiicgrauate
ana other last India fruits. Aiatite has
been discovered in the midst of teak wood.-
rew Orleans Picayuuo.
The 1'iutlnie of Tli.ft.
The 6ii t of thieving, in its variotis forms.
is tho most irresistible of all pastimes, writes
the lata Chiei Ju.stice Cockburu in his re
miniscences. What havw the moors equal to
it! No license to iay for, no ieriuisMou to
ask, no close time, total idleness treat risk.
frequent success, constant excitement, a
community of their own, the whole pubi c
tneir preserve, the delight of eluding the
law, and the many chances uf escuiie even
dller being caught trespassing. If anything
couiu be required to whet tueir ajiietito foi
this game, it would be its contrast with the
dullness of a good prison recently left.
ope I'm wrong, b.it if there bo a thoroughly
reformed twice comicted thief, I would
rather pay a shilling to see him than to see
any other wonder iu anj' living show. Home
Superiority of Canadian Tea.
Our scientific editor has been at a 5 o'clock
Labrador tea. Tho beverage, was a success
rated by some as sujierior to China teas. It
was prepared simply as follows: Leaves of
the present season. Boiliug water poured
on, and kept co-ered for about twenty min
utes; kept nearly to boiling ioint but nol
allowed to boiL Sweetened with refined
sugar, cream or mnk audtcLThe dried
leaf of Ledum latifolium could b3 put on the
market, allowing the widest margin, at tet
cents per ouud. Educational lie view.
Montenegro's Only Vocation.
Walter Daring, British agent at Cettinia.
Montenegro, reports that there is ouly one
road lit for a wagon iu tho whole country,
nnd that there is practically no industry,
Montenegrins scorning any pursuit but that
of arms. Ail the tailors, paintei-3. carpen
ters, masons, and other artisans are foiigu-
ers, and all goods except those w-hich are the
direct product of agriculture are imported.
and are of the commonest description, except
the green ami white cloth used for men's
coats. New York Sun.
A Yankee In India.
I was introduced, Lord
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Why, :f yua u : I.! - i:.e .-.n hoi:rri:d henr
tho co.:-::i--!:" I v. ant. you c-vji-la'i l.ci.-:
your f '':.: J-t.
l:-.t !: i":a:
Cf givi::.; i:..--: :.:-:!- a. "e l.uy tl
at t'.i :
comir: z i'-i
city la-ILs i-.:e v.y sr.oci.-?.- iu rai-l;.;
cocoo:: ;. They l.::y tho ta':li..-rry le: vei
from 1- :.i i::;i: l:. t .-, . '.:. : e t!:-: y :.re I.:v.,i ;1;5
by fur .:; s. T. f.:n;:crs j l:u:r. t.:- .'.i f-.-r
kedges. V."o haver, laro room iu l;:r:::oni:t
park, where t":.? ;ic;r.;;M grow.i tho
cocoons. WL:.t do v.o I v. ii'a tho-o v.c I.::;, i
Well, Iho a-.x-h.tiji! employs si:; roe!ei" who
apin tho fill;, I am doing r.o.v, into !:t iv;j
f raw f- k. r.ii I th-.-y are sold t J th j varicus
talk r".uf:ror;-.-.? cf tho cuanti--." "A. E.
T." iu tii. i'aid r.oneer I'rcs.s.
1. .1:. lc
Vri:en I was introduced, Lord Dufferin
said ho had a very pleasant recollection of
tho f tates, that ho enjoyed his life in Canada
"i-:o;:t tremendously," etc., and that ho re
i t ttcd my late arrival would not permit my
(lining at the government house. Ho is a
very gracious, polite man, a thoroughly
t rained diplomate. One could see it in every
lino of his faco and movement of bis body.
Thera was a wily foxiness about it all that
would put a person on one's guard and caufe
o,:.:t- look beneath the surface for double
i::v.::ingi Tho next morning I went again
with tho consul general. A most interesting
crowd gathered on tho steps to see the vice
roy t !I all the Indian princes in Calcutta
r.::-.l the neighborhood, the ex-qneeu of Bur
ir.a'i and chiefs from Cashmere and all the
borders. Here, for the first time in India, I
Lavo seen really magnificent costumes and
jowel. Lady Dufferin, however, woro a
siaiplo white gown and brown straw hat
The band played, cannon were fired, speeches
mauo, and tho party rolled out of the gar-
dc as, leaving tho government boose behind
l!.e:u for good.
That evening I dined at the consulate. Six
servants waited at table, ot.e for each person.
Iz is weil wages are low, for many aro re
quired; first of all, the bearer or valet is in
dispensable, doing everything for you; yoa
ne v-r go to dine but that he attends to wait
on yoa; he dresses you, does your packing
and even says "thanks" for you. No one
ever iu India says "thanks" for themselves;
you ai ways hear them call for their "bearer."
Mi no was a very good one, though I could
i:"t say I became so dependent on bim as all
l!.L but it was a great satisfaction to be well
waited on at the hotels while other people
wcro making themselves wretched. Next in
i:u'ortmco is the cook, and the men who
io-.-h after tho house, called kitmagars. Then
every household has a tailor, a washerman
an 1 "sweeps," who do all the dirty work. If
you have horses, it requires two men for
every horse, and if several a head man to
i c-tho others; one man cuts tho grass, an
rthcr -rets it in. The only women servants
Exhibited Ocular Evidence.
Pension Commissioner You say you were
literally pierced witu bullets. I don't 6ee
how it was possible for you to survive the
riddling. Have you any witness who can
certify to the exact number of bullets that
entered your body! '
Applicant Yes, sir; after the battle the
chest protector which I had wrn was in
this terrible and convincing condition. (And
he exhibited a well wosui porous plaster amid
excited silence.) Judsra.
Tho Uerman covemtnent has paid
800,000 marks to an Austrian ennuocr
named Maniilicher for a patent cylinder
uopper lor quick loading rifles.
aro tho lady's maids and nurses; all the
o'.hors aro men. Wages vary from tl to $5
a :r.o:i'.h and they find themselves; they ol-v.-r.y
s fco about barefoot and without noise.
A gentleman told me on first coming out he
r.tt ;::!! tod dressing his servants well, but
fo;:::d they would go to sleep in the straw
v. iUi their clothes on, so gave it up. Cor.
Botc u Traveler.
1 lcr.-.tlon of tao Grocery
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.I.ir in 1
1 1'.: tract
, thu bi:yt r is
: of the evolution iu cur food
; -lovat.-vj the grvcvry Kt::;
ir.t v-t :-i tracts e of shops,
revv's J-t x-k co::i.-Vl of a
;,;-::, luoia -OS a::.l suit Pioa',
i ..-.- ', tea au i spices;
-r:i..-ii was the grocery
-':3 Of i
roeto 1 with a Lewl'd-:r-t;o
p,.. -I , LTarlng rt
c.f vvuiou reach up into
-i -r.-l of many diuorci.t
L;hod o-j: iu l::o Siiuio
atlr;- tho othor, mcro
a lur :o forco of ck-rks,
K.i-ht e.:ri.;oF.-.y weigh or
;i:lo o t- r.iuoa, the coni:a:er
i .;-s Leorl:;.: tho guarautoo ci"
.v.isr.'ii, t.ui'y an-i correctly
Ai;o groi-tr is ieaeilted by ::o
uoro 1 eri'ecS ro'ioiisiliiiry i f
"och, its a j: u-ii ai;ui!i r ui
-r,uiri..l or tho luoiu-y tLoro-c-cit
bv'y or girl oau sorvo a
".kly, correctly a.:d sutis
gocJs than i.tr.iu.5
wUicii have to to r t:i
cr vol urn o of Lu:::c;.?
"th less holp, end tho
-u of t h -j 1-ri-htoJt
x list of bhc ;'S.
c-1 as b uao.
Tse of the Umbrella's Tassel,
"Ijet me see a good silk umbrella," said a
matter of fact looking man in a Chestnut
stiv t store ona moriiing.
"Hera's a nice one," said the salesman,
boMiug np a fine specimen.
"I don't like these tassels," remarked tho
would be purchaser. "I don't see what they're
nut ca for. They're not ornamental, and I'll
s or.r they're of no use."
'Ob, but they aro useful," said the sales
man Many a man has saved his umbrella
by having tassels on it."
"Why, instead of laying iS down or stand
ing I: against a counter when be stops in any
place-, l:o simply thrusts or.o of the tassels
thx juga a buttonhole of bis vest. When he
starts to go out of the store or wherever ha
may bo a tug soon reminds him that he is
escort i::g an umbrella. I lost a good cus
tomer by explaining the utility of these tas
sels or rather his custom is not so consecu
tive as it formerly was. He bought a high
priced silk article one day, and took out his
knilo to cat oil tho tassels, when I stopped
bim. 'Don't do that, I said.
f Why not T asked he. 'I always do when
Ij.; home. I might just as well do it here.
They're no use.
"i explained to him that tbey were of use,
"'By Jove f said he, 'that's so. What a.
fool 1'vo lieen! I have invariably cut off the-ta-.ofl3
as soon ns I got borne and put them
away in my bureau. As a consequence I
bavo a scoro or more tassels and no um
brellas.' "That man hasn't bought an umbrella for
over a your, whereas Lc used to come iu every
t'v.. tr tl.reav.eeks for a new umbrella."
The reDiibllcans of the United States, assem
bled by tneir ueituiites m tialimiai convention
pause on tne tliret-lioni el tneir proceedings in
honor the memory el their first irrent leader
and immortal ctmniplon of liberty and l lie
rights of the people, Abraham Lincoln, soul to
cover also with wreaths f imperishable re
membrance and irratitude the heroic names of
our later leader wlio nave been more recently
called away from oureouiiciU. (iraiit, (Inilield,
Arthur, l.oan and i:ouKimg. Jay tneir mem
ories be fait htrtlly cheiished. We also recall
with our ureetinuf and prayer for his recovery
the name of one of our living hero s whose
memory will be tresfured in tl-e history both
of republicans and of the republic. The name
is that of the noble t-oldier and favorite child
of victory, I'hiliii II. Mieridau.
In the spirit of those (?reat lenrifre and of our
devotion t human liberty, and with that hos
tility to ad forms of despotism ai d oppression
which Is the fundamental idea of the republi
can party, we reud frate'iial congratulations
to our fellow Americans of itinzll upon their
great act of emancipation which completed
the abolitiuu of slavery throuhoiit the tvo
American coutinenis. We earm-stly hojie we
may foon congratulate our fellow citizens of
Irifli birth upon the peaceful iccovery of home
rule for Ireland.
WK AFFIRM OI7K VXSWF.HVIXU DKVOTJOX
to the nationa' constitution and to the indis
soluble union of states to I he autooiuny re
served to the states under the constitution, to
the personal rights ami liberties of eilizeno in
all states and territories in the union and es
pecially to the supreme aud sovcieuin i lbt of
every citizen, rleli or poor, native or foreign
born, white or black, to cart one free ballot in
the public elections ami to have that ballot
dulv counted. We bold a free and honest pop
ular ballot and just and equal representation
of all people tube the foundation of our re
publican government and demand effective
legislation to j-eenre the integiity ami purity
of elections which are the fountains of all pub
lic authority. We charge that the present ad
ministration and the democratic majority In
congress owe their existence to the suppression
of the ballot by the criminal nullificafon of the
constitution and laws of the United Stales.
We are uncrompromis'iiKly iu favor of the
American system of protection. We protest
against the 'destruction proposed by the pre.t
dent and his party. They serve the interests
WK WIU SUPPOltT INTEKFSTS Or AMERICA.
We accept the Issue, and confidently appeal to
the uecnle for their iudumeut. The protective
system must be maintained. Its abandonment
lias always oeen ioaowea oy uer cri ui; ier
to all interests except those of the uusurer
We denounce the Mills' bill as destructive io
general bueines. labor, aud the farming inter
ests of the couutrv. and we heartily endorse
the consistent ana patriotic action of the re-
fiublicau representatives in congress in oppos
ntr its naisaue. We condemn the proposition
of the democratic party to place wool on the
free list and insisi that tne antics thereon
shad be adjusted and maintained so a to fur
nish full aud adequate protection to that iu-fln-try.
The renublican party would etiect ail needed
reduction of th rational revenue by repealing
the taxes nu tobacco, which are an arrogance
and burden to sericulture, and the tax upon
spirits used in the arts apd formcchai leal pur
poses, and ny tmcn revision ot tne tarin iws as
will tend to check imp rts o( such ar:i les as
a e preduced by our people, tne production oj
which gives empliyinent to our labo a.al re
lease fr-in impoit duties these aiticies of for
eign production, except luxuries, the like of
which cannot b( produced at home. there hall
still remain a larger reveLue 1 han is rfquieitt
for the wants of government, of internal tax. s
rather man surreneer any pan oi our i rotec
tive svsteni at the loii-t belost of the whisky
ring and agents of foreign manufacturers.
"AGAIK8T rAlPKBAXDUBCB IBCB'8.
We declare hostility to the ir trod action into
tMs country of foreieu contract libor and of
Chinese labor alien to our civilization and our
constitution, and we demand the ngl i enforce
ment of exlstluff laws nsainst it ann lavor suen
inimediat- legislation as will exclude sueh li
bor from our shores.
j We declare our oppo-Hlon to a'l combiLa-
tian of capital organized in trusts or otner
I wire to control arbitrarily the condilloi' of
' trade arrong cur citizens and we reoo mend
to congress and the state legislatures In their
, respectivf jurisdictions such If tilHlbR as w
I prevent the execution uf all scheme to oi press
1 the recple by undue cbarjes op their supplies
t . , rr it , . -
i tm fair d neriai
1. il . 4.
- . i . : I.AM I.r1IHt,HTIOX.
We refiiri!i iilii-y f uppropii itirg thn
public lands of the t bii-d Slates to be h. it---stead
tor An-crlcou ell lers tunl hi-I tiers not
aliens. lino iie reputiJicuu puny establisl!e:l
In liv'i igt Hi the pi-llte.it opposlilou of
the di iiiiii'i'.iiN in conuifHH. which I lis bruiivht
our ureal westei u ouiumIii lino inn:i.ill i-iil tc-
veloen.e' t. J he leM'oiallon ol iiio mi licil Imul
uiitiitM io the public dont infortlie use of ac
I mil sell lots, liicli was ti kioi iimlcr l.o n.
in i l-1 1 ;i I i of rnmniil Ai" liur should bt-
CDiitiiiiii'd. eiltii) til I I he i.'cin-ir:it : p.il ty
has -er rcsti.ird one a-ie to tiie in i'i.- , Imi
ueclaie that by the ji ol actlun of ii-piiii!:i-ali)
j-ial deiin'ciats i:bu:i nuy minimi ados f up
i-arai-d lam', nyiiiaily x anttl - 1 1 - on
f i nei ii-ii ui iniiiiiai's. ii-vit bcf-u resii d lo
I he public domain in pni-i-ani-e of euiolii Inns
ins' ittd by tli-ici, lib. ii-. in .aily lathe oitnin
ill graiiH. WechiotHt e ilem.ici a I ic nl ti.lt !
I la I ii.ii with I all i-1 1- l I'M-i ute la mt.ii i. l to
'! tb'ls t II lo to 1 hell ll.ino IckiIs :i! d will: iik
lii':i. r ihittoi--. i:i:o fur that pnrpi si to
li.u I a.-s i a ice lit set 1 1- is v.-it li tpli - ai:u i mm--lit
I. li? under I lie fal-e ).i li-u-e oi i-xuoi-h.j;
fiauds and vindi:aln.u (he I;. .
Ali;.1tS.-l()N ok 1 l.K I'ultl .,
The goVt-rnmefit by cm gre-s of the leiilmr
)( Is based Upon neeessil y ul ly to t be end that
I hey may ore line stale in I he iinloi. : 1Ii.- k
t..re. u hoiievor I h ei-ii-li'eis of pujuii;.! t.:i.
Iliatcl'liil lesollli-f s, p. bin; llito!iiiire ill .1
morality are Mich as to Insure slahie Im-al ..v
ci ;.i.:e. t llieieln I lie jieuple r tm.-li In I tot tes
shoii'd t) -i n.ilti-il. ;i 1 1111 inliei-iii 'n I In in,
to fi.fi.l for I Ik nisei ves con? ril til Ions viul s: ate
governments ami be ad ilted into t ho union.
i luting on -p.-.iMl I n for Matehomi mi otlle.-rs
Iherei f shoi Id be selected li in I on i liil,.
les id nts and il i.ens of I he lor: itor li-iein
i hey me to serve Mouth i,il:ota hhuiilil f
rlg'-t he initiie 'lately aiiinitled as a st;te in
li.e union tiinb-r the cu:si it ut ion tr mm 1 nmi
opteii by her people iuid wh ui t i! v ca
ille the : ciimi of the u pi:bli."-i. seniito in
twice pMulrg lulls for i. r ailivis -ii n. 1 he ,e
f s:i of tho denaici at ie hoii-e n. ! in eseiila-
tives. -or pal tisau pari eses. to f oi ably con
sider these bills is a w il'tul violation oftl.e
s'-n red American prii cinle l. ' m-i;.
inent, ami merits the i . n.a i. luiii..,. , nil just
men. I he pending bilU in t lie senate for iicts
to enable -the people of W.shin:tmi. North
Iiakota and iMontaima t-i i Itm ies to form -
stitii'ions aud establish state eovei nmei ts
should be passed without uniie'eessai y delay
The republican partv pledges inself to do all in
its power to facilitate the admission of the ter
litoiies of New Mexico. W yomiiur. Idaho and
Arizona to the enjoyment of elf-i:overumiit
as states. Such of them ns are now fiialitled
as soon as possible. -,uid others as soon as they
may become so.
TIIK MOUMO.I 'CF.HTIO.V.
The political power of the Moi 'moil c?i tir-li In
uie leriitonosiis exercised In the oast, is ;i
menauce to free institutions eo dauuerous tt
be Ions suffered. Ti en fore ve p ede the re
publican party o a'piudpriiite legislation,
asserting the sovereignly of the nat ion In all
me lerrii'Mics wuere the same is one-tinned
ami in iuitnerance of that end to place
Upon the Statute book legislation ctrimr,.,,
ni'iiiKQ to uivorce poiuicai irom ecclesiastical
power, sud thus stamn out the uttei ,;.,.,(
wicaeuuess oi polygamy.
i ne reiniinieaii Hint v IS in lavor or Ilie nso
oi ootn i:oni ami silver as tnonev, and eon
detPiis the policy of the democratic to I m in Is
tration in it efforts to deuioiietize silver.
we uemnna tne reduction or letter ont:uA
I. u in.- i'i-i inniee.
Ill a republic like ours. u hif thn eitiensiu
the sovert ijzn iiud the othchil the servant,
where ho power is exercised exnenr liv tho n-lit
oi tne people, ills important that, the sover-
lan I eotile should possess intellie-enee 'I ho
free t-ehool Is t!ie promoter of that intelligence
wn sen is io preserve us a tree n.-i ion u here.
fore, tho state or nation, or both eoubined
should .support, free Institutions of leni-iiiiiir
sufficient to ntt'ord to eyeiy child growltiK up
in mm laiiu llie onooi lllllli v in nfniul emiiuimi.
Ol'B MKKCIIANT MAItlNK.,
We earnestly recoinnieud that iirumut nethm
be taken h. c ret ess in the e actnu nt. uf s.u-h
legislation as will best secure the rehabilita
tion in our aii eric'ii iiiercnaiil. marine, and
we )ioit si against i ne passajje by conuress ol
a Ire ship bill as calculated to work inhi.itice
to labor by iFsser.iiiK the wimes of those on
p.iged iu preparing materials as well as those
directly employed in our shipyards. e de-
iiiana aiiniopriaiions ior t he iriv relnnldiiiLi'
of our navy, for the com-ti uet'ion of coast
forttlii allot s ami modem ordinance and other
approved modern inia"s of defense for the
protection ot our defenseless haibois and
cities, for the payment of jut pei sionsto our
soldieis, for necessary w rks of national ltn-
ponam:- in tne iniprovenii-nt of the harbors
and eltani els of internal, coastwiser and
ore un commerce, for the encoiirairemcnt i f
the shipping Interests of th Atlantic, tlulf
and 1'i.eiliu states as v ell its lor the pavu:ent
of the matuiini; public del.it. This r.olicv will
give employment to our labor, activity to our
various Industries increased security to our
country, promote tiade, open new and ditei-t
markets for our products and cheap n the eo.-ct.
of transportation "We aflirm this to be far
better tor rur country than tne democratic
poucy of louutng the government's money
without interest to "pet banks."
The conduct of foreign affairs bv the meson t
aduiiuistration has been distinguished by inef
nciency aud cowardice, iiavim: withdrawn
from the senate all neudimr ttea ies effected
by republican administratior s for the removal
of foreign burdens and restrictions upon our
comiiifice and for its extension Into a better
market U has neither affected nor proposed
a:iy others In tneir stead Professing adher
ence to tt'C Mouioe doetiit e. it has seen w'th
Idle co!iii,laeencv the extension of foroicn in-
iluence In I'entiiil Auieiica and of foreign trade
everywhere amore; our neighbors. Il has re
fused to charter, sanction or encouraue stnv
American orb-anizvtion for construct inir the.
Nicarasrua canal, a work of vti'J imuortanco to
the maintenance of the Monroe doctrine and
of our national influence in Central and South
Amei lea. and neccftiai v fo the develonm nt
of trade with oar "aeilie territory, with South
America, auu wuii tne iuriner coiisls ot the
We arraitni the present democratic adminis
tration for lis weak and unpatriotic treatment
of the fislu-iies uuestmn. aifd its pusillanimous
surrenderor all privileges to which our fishery
'i-sri.uro run nu iu auaoiau pons unuer
the treaty of 118. the reciprocate niiirhic
tine lei islat Ion of lS.to and comitv of nati-ius.
and w hich Canadian fishing vessels receive in
tne ports oi tne united states, we con 'emn
theiolievof the present administvution ami
the democratic majority iu congress towards
our fisheries as unfriendly and eonspiciously
unpatriol ic and as tt-ndia to oestroy a valuable
national industry and au mdispenslble resource
of defense against foreign enemy.
I ne name of American annhes alike to nil
ciiizens of the rep.ibU . and Imposes upon men
alike Hie same o' ligalio.i of obedience fo the
aw, tviie same iimeci izeushiu is and must 1
be the panoply and safeguard of him who wears
it. should shield and protect him whether hi'ti
or low. rich or poor, in all his civil right.. It
should and must afford htm protection at ioirie
anu louow ana protect mm abroad in whatever
tana ne may ne un a law tut errand.
CIVIL SERVICE KXFOAM.
The men who abandoned the republican par
ty in 1S.34 and continue to adhere to the. demo
cratic party have doserted not only the eause
of honest government, but of sound finance, of
freedom and purity of the ballot, but espec
ially have deserted the caure of refor" in the
civil servi.-e. We viil rot tail to keep our
pledges because tt ev have broken th irs. or
be-a- se their candidate has broken his. We
therefore repea our declaration of iss-t.towit :
The reform of eivil service auspiciously begun
uncer republican administration should be
ccrrpleted by a further extension of th" reform
system already established by law to all tirades
of the service to which it Is applied. Tbespir
it and purpose of reform should be observed In
all executive appointments, aud all laws at
varienoe with the object of existing reform H g
islation should be repealed, and th?t the dan
gers to free institutions which lurk in thepow
er "f off ctal patronage luij- be wisely .hdq ef
The grat itude of the nati-n to the ?efcnd- rs
of the union cannot be assured except bv 1' ws.
The lenlslatlou of congress should conform to
the pledges made by a loyal people, and be so
enlarced and extended as to prov'de against
the possibility that' any man who honorably
wre the federal uniform shall become an In
mate of an almshouse or dependent on rrivate
charity, in the presence ot an overflowing
lraury It would ! a public, te.uidal to do less
for i hose whose valorous service preserved the
government. We denounce the hostile spirit
showu by President Cleveland In his numerous
vetoes of measures for pension relief, and the
action of th democratic house of r epresenta
tives in refusing even consideration of general
In support f the principles berewith enun
ciated we Invite the co-operation of pstrioti-
men of all parties, f specially of all working
men whose proerity is seriously threatened
by the free trade policy of the present admin
istration. The first co- oerti rf H good government Is
the virtue and sobriety of the t-enpl nd the
po.rit of their homes. The republican party
cordially sympathizes with tdl wise and well
directed effort for the promotion of temperance.
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