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OIlKiCIAk IMi'EK'OF JSE,A CO.
Globs, Sept- 22, 1884.
Democratic Qnviation mat. at 10
o'clock a. in. with Q. C. Tobbs, chair
man of Donio8x:aticQeiitralGomiiiitte,.
in the chair.
Upon raotionlf. IK. fyifitb, of Mo
Milieu, was chosen 'Chairman- Mna W.
H. Cook secretary.
Upon motion th&hairmwiiTit)oint
ed a committee on Credentials com
posed of the following delegates:
Globe Precinct S. C. Heineman, Dr.
Trippel and S. -Klein; Salt River Pre
cinct P. C. Robertson; Itono Pre
cinct Charles Boquet S. C. Heine
mrm withdrawing from the committee,
Peter E-elley, of Dripping Springs:
was appointed in his plo.ec.
Upon-motion the convention took a
recess of ten minutes. Convention
called to order, when the Committee
on Credentials presented the follow
Globe, Sept. 22.1S&L
To theQhtiiEman.and,mesnberSQf the
Democratic -Convention, of Gila Co.,
convened at Globe. We, the under
signed, delegates to the above conven
tion, appointed Gommictee on Cre
dentials of delegate, having investi
gated the credentials, do hereby de
clare the following delegates entitled
to seats in this convention:
Globe Precinct Alonzo Bailey, Pat
rick Shanlay, Charles Chapman, Alex
ander, Trijipel, James Andersen, S. C,
Heineman, 8. Klein, Louis Galia, M.
Calderon, W. H. Cook, Kiles a Sorry,
Wm. Graves; Reno Pueainct Charles
Boquet, P. P. Cline, A. D. Jline;
Grapevino Precinct,; T. Plippin, G.
W. Jaepbs, P. C. Jtobrion ; McMillen
Precinct J. DLaRae-appoints S. C.
Heineman as his proiy, J. X. Smith;
Dripping Springs Precinct James
Baokley, George Gumming, . Potor
Keller, J elm J. Dubois. James Buck
ley appoints Peter Kelly as his proxy.
John J. Dabotg and Georg&Cnmmings
.Ipoint Kelly as their proxy. -Mr.
Kelly appoints W. A. Holmes as his
proxy ; Stanton Precinofc M. Whalen,
J. W. Harwell transfers proxy to M.
Whales. Axex. Trippel,
Chairman of Com.
Upon motiqn th& report was ac
cepted, and the committee discharged.
Upon motion P. P. Oina was ap
pointed jie. proxy for A. D. dine.
Upon .motion a committee of three
was appointed on Permanent Organi-
aairosr and Order of Business, consis
ting of the fellowis delegateeiS. C
Heineman, S. Klein aiid J. P. Flippin.
Upommstaon a commifctee' of three
was appointed on Platform and Reso
lutions, consisting of the following
delegates: Globe Precinct Alonzo
Bailey. Dr. Trippel; Salt Paver Pre
cint P. CRobsron.
tfpon motion a committee of three
was appointed to interview Judge
of cour consisting of A. Bailey, Wm.
Graves and & C Heineman-
After iryiewing his Honor the1
committee reported, that the court
wpnld not interfere with the transac
tion of ths convertiea.
Adjourned till 1 o'olook p. m.
Sleeting called to order at 1 p. m.,
with Dr. Trippel and M. Whalcn fail
ing to answer roll call.
The coHNMtiac or prenisweniJojan
wayoa aad order of business, preheat
ed the following rapqrfc, whioh was
read and apon jnotien: accsptgd, and
the commfltoer discharged:
To the chairman and members of
the Democratic Co&veritioB, of Gila
County, Ari7na. The uadorsigned
permanent organization and order "oflf
eommittec-, apporatea ts report on
busiiietK, beg leave to submit the
Por. permanent chairman, J. K.
Smith; for permanent siicretarr, Dr.
Order of business: 1st Nomination
for Cenneiliuan; 2d, for Asserabry-raanrSdrf-
Probate Judge; 4th ior
Recjordor; Stb, for Trcaguror j 8fch, r
District Attorney; 7ch, for Sheriff; Sfcb,
for Public- Administritw; 9fch, for
Coroner; 10th, for Sirrvfyerfljth, for
The vafeng shall be by balfet, and a
majority of .the votes sbH nonrinate.
S. C. HEcEMAy,' Chairmanr ;
The committee on platform and res
olutions presented the following re
port, wbifib, upon motion, was adopted:
In accordartce with bs tabliahd
usages of the Demoeraiae PiV we
hereby et forth a doclaraiaon pf viws
whloh apate us as a party, and ge
ipbljci .w the same for the eenside
ationofiito esercMng the eloodvf
1st. Webiey.Sa thefovgraignty
of states o theextcHi sat ibjhn ihe
article of fj&mttan, and perpet
ual uion btar'aas the tbirtoeH eon
nioja, ;ad.gxel H& in
fegr-,i7J7, an3 now
' fBaoral M wd rec-
:4m. wmmfmxtiim'm pe&-
:ple as Ritin tlie goveJimatffcr
regulated saltt&vy laws of tMr
own efeatioBand that thoei&choseia'to
admintorffcfiBtn, is but bhe ef-vaute
t of the people whE tanuvd of office
should ife alwidgdtl whenever found
unfaithful to the tomifc confided to
8d. The Democracy believe is emi
nently just that the public lands can
not better subserve a public geod Shan
by the government aiektisg Ml their
occupation by acEnaf settlers, at &
nonlfnal priiie, nd returning thoiie
nofenowagrilly alienatod by nets of
Gengress, for the promotiou of rail
roads andothcr public enterprises, iio
the public domain, thus afibrdin
Hhose of limited means the opportuni
ty of a2qniring homes and surround
ing themselves with the comfprla i?f
4tli. The Deraooracy of ?la county
pledge their fidelity and -unquaHfifid
adherence to 4he priuoiples projmil
gatod by the National Democratic
Convention, helot in Chicage July
5th. That we approve, the princi
ples em.bot?iedin the platform, onun
oiated by the last Democratic Territo
rial Convention, and roiternte wxth
iunswecviug devotion opposition to all
railroad monopolies, and -believe that
all oorporatiQUK should boar their pro
portion of the burdens of taxation
without compromise or favorriwd tht
our -legislature ahotiM pass aucfc' laws
as will compel' system of uniferm
and moderate obavges by rsiboaoom-
6th. That -the prosperity of our
county demands the segregation of
the Deer Creek coal Helda, the McMil-
Hen-silver mining dktrict, the capper
and silver interests of the Saddle
Mountain and San Carlo&lping Go,s
District," and their return to the pub
lic domain, and that our logislntors
should use their influence to memor
ialise Congress to that oifeot
Yfiu. it i$ the sense ot una conven-
feionthatin appointing public officer
or deputies, qualifications being equal,
Democrat should giv-e preference to
the followers and banoYars of our own
Sth. That wo believe in an econom
ical government in oar county affairs;
the introspection, repealing and
amending ull laws securing a law tax
ation, consistent with the best inter
ests of our county. v
9th. That we, as Democrats, go into
this politioal contest with goocl feel
ings toward all, believing that it is to
the best interests of the eommon peo
ple to secure a. purely Deaiocrj'.tfc ad-
Wm. Graves and Alonzo Bailey
were placed innoaination for Council.
Upon motion nomination for Coun
cil declared eloeod. Upwi motion the
Chair appointed Patnek Shanley, of
Glob, and J. T. Plippin as tdHprs.
Reraarks by both nominee, sopor-
ting and ondprjang platform.
Unon moMon each candidate was
aaS6&cS five (5) dollars for oampaign
Upon nspjaeir eorfvention' ptfetfeeded
10, jBariey 11.
There being a raaranderstanding as
to the manner of easting the vote of
proxies, the felagates h oldingihc jiame
were instructed as to the maosaor of
voting them, whan, upon motion, the
ballot was sat aside and another bai
lor" ordbred 4Jpon motion 4he c.on
yenttonAdjotixed for fifteen minutes,
CWvenon calfcd to order and pro
ceeded to ballot, witbr the remit as
follows: Alonzo Bailey 13, Wiliam
Graves 11. Bailey was declared nom
inated. Mr. Bailer, in a short spoach,
tke nomination and promfgea
dQvotion to the interests of the party.
Por Assembly Captain Walking
placed in nomination, and upon mo
tion the nominations declared olced,
and Watkins elected by acclamation.
For Probaie'.pudge -B. G, Pox and
Clarence H. "Wjhiaoe plaoed in nomi
nation. Upon mowm nonunations
-for Probate Judge d'eclaiud'elojed, and
convention proceeded to ballot, with
the following result: K G. Pox l j&i
H. Wallace 12. Pox declared nomi
nated. ' "
"3pr Recorder J. Morgan m& Tlios.
JL Lonergan placed in ssfvsiKipa.
SominationB closed, and ponvpntipn
prMoeded' to ballot, with ihe follow
ing result: organ 16, Xpnergnn 10.
Morgan declared nominated.
Pot Treasurer Tebbs t placed
in nomination. Up)3nk motion.' O.
Tabhs was declared ibiclsed by acpla
mafcion. District Attoraey-J. J3? SfeGabe
plaoed m nominations Upon motion
McCabe declared oleo' by &elma
fcioa' m w. ,
in ncittmauon. upon riKKiopi t
! noraisaticm wf deeliirod cunaniiowt.
For Public Adm(.
Jo placed in nomination.
hen. aiituiuiiousij. x
For Coroncr-Spjrsiil: Howell ami
wasismjnsftod, IJpoii mQola 0 H.
"?Uac aelarl dteidl "by aoclsms.
timi. . ;
r Por Couifty StipaMr--lii. Bo
nnet and 33. Wskinsp'k;jw4 in not
ination: fenlt onallori3ot 1
Watkins ll). Boquet was doclartd
choiiett. -. -
For County Supervisor S. Klein,
B, SEenton apd A raydn; feced in
in-uoraination. Upon motion nsmi-
uations for-supersors, olowxegaltj
of ballot: S. Kleia IS, A Graydoa 12.
IQoin declared oloetsd.
Motion to adjourn lost
Motion to elect a Central Committee
to &ot for nest two years, consisting of
three from Globe and ime from each
precinct. Motion for ra embers Of each
precinct to nominate their own mem
bers. Carried. ltecedlioflU minute.
Convention called 1 order, The
following delegates wore named as
compnsng the Democratic Central
Committee of Gila Cimtyr Arizona:
Heineman, Shanley and Holmes of
Globe Precinct; Prank Cline, Reno
Precinct; P- C. Robertson, Grape vine
Precinct; 3udge liaRue, McMillen Pre
oinct; Peter Kelly, Drippjng Springe
PrcoincfcjM. Whalen, Stanton Precinct,
Upon motion a vote of thanks was
tendered the Chairman and Secretary.
Moved the ball bo sw&pt and put in
orcfert an'fiie oxpjinse of, the stme
paidTrbni'lihesCunds !n the hands of
the Secretary. Carried.
The ioliowing resolution was adopt
ed: RnsoLvnn, That the members of tjie
Democratic Convention :fjctoii8l to
Judge Piuney a vote of than& for use
of court room and other courtesies ex
Convention adjourned sine die.
W. H. Cook, Seoiyj:
Henry Clay, grandson jf tiia mhxri&nd various oiuntyolHcfia' and
Harry, the ''mill boy of the slash?.1'
n ; " ', ' . 71
I Moan ' tr1 rt ic in nttoisvrJv Hioni
dead, Weploris in custody. Tiiore
i was a nusunaen&anainir, ana it w6
agree to settle the dispute with pistes!.
W.eplor got in the first shot with the
above result The deceased wat of an
illustrions family, of whose grand aire
J. G, Whittjer, the Quakor poet, thus
wrote in commemoration:
Xot fallen! 2o! as weU tfic UU
Ajid pillared Allegany f aU
As wlell Ohio's $lsnl U4e
KpU backward on Ms wlghty .track,
As he, Colambia'a hope and pritic, hi
in hii-.triumphant (xmrse turn fcaek.
The memory of the statesman is still
asgreenin the recollection of grey
haired men as on the nsefnorable 23ih
o Jnne, 1852, when the.olemn.tolli8g
of ihe Washington chuKO falls- an
nounccd his death, and jaastly j
stilled the tongue of Hasnagan, of
Indian who was then addf Ntng the
Senate. Members of bath house?
rushed from their respectivi? ambers
without waiting for a mqtabn to a
jounu iNo one taougnt or care ior
that formula. Thoir thonghta were of
the illnstciouK dea3, and by the time
they reached Pennsylvania Avenue
Washington was draped in moarsing,
whioh bad already boon prepared in
anticipation of the sad event. There
are still many old man who pride
themselves as hating bslan3 to lie
Whig party, and who so f r$y ira
verethe memory of its leader who
will regard the death of yotmg Clay
as a family affliction.
Having been, apinied local com
missioner to represent Gila County at
the" Wqrlds Industrial Exposition to
be Jbeld at I$ew Orleans, Da., and
opened December 1st, I therefore re
spectfully reqoesfc the hearty co-opexa-tipn
of every one interpeied in the
welfare- of Gila County. It is my de
sire that the resources of our county
shall be fully and properly exhibited
To thit end-1 request that specimens
of minerals, fluxoa, oountey rook,
onuaing matenai, e sene no me
at Glebe, . properly lawedv ajt later
Commissioner for Gfla- CpHnty.
Attorhby-ulneral Brewster 19 in
quiring into;,tbe official acts of district
attorneys, clerks- and United States
marshalla in regard to court expantet
in the sontherii states and the territo
ries. It is said that extravagance and
extortion, has in many ingUncet lxien
discovemlj although tlw work- of in
vestigation can scarcely b said to
The repjftf the grandjur for the
oonnty oraham, of dat'Beptomher
,.3jeis forth tliatthe;tax lew
for the year 1884, for that pounty,
amontai.l5, and jat for its
ooll6a77 if,chavgef, -inoludisg
oi of e$sment and acolpt by
iTr'eftfUKKr e.f-fums so or tkir-
wi aHfienienwie p3r a&eju. 01 tne
The A. T?$,.7. raUw&yare Sieiiing
rflnji iriMticke wwen Doitag
mM Sfc. -jipufe, goo daring the con-
tinuasea jf?,!jtn; ibrfw 65.
The Gila County Republican Con
iitlo jfbimsed m 0lotl4 on 9silniifi
iwM organised byolicfiag Oforf
if. Sterritt Chairman fcnd HtJ.
Kke coin aiit too to? whom was
igl tke drafting of a platform,ra
We, ihf Republicans of Gjja County
m cexveafcum 'assembled, m We city
of Gleba, hereby declare ouryQevotion
$& lie prm tuples of the Kepublican
1st That we fully endorse the ulat-
fofm adopted ijy the llpublkaa Na
tional Conveotion, at the city of Chi
cago, on the 3d of Jue, 1864.
2d. That wo enorsw with much,
pride the npmin&tumvof Jas. G.Blaine
aad John JL Logn bt the offices pf
Presideat and Tice-'resident 6f the
Sd. That watake great pleasure in
Lejf8TMiag Ike action of tho National
ding that appointments to office in the
Territorieafbe made within lbe Torn-
4tfe. Tiat we are in faxbi, of re
dneing e siue of tbe White Mtfuntam
Indian leervation, and especially are
we dLTer. of segregating the coal
fitldf-aiid the town of kcMillen thire
ftoni, md throwing open all rcsorva-
r the prospecting for minerals
the locating and working of
1 claims, .
That wo heartily ondorse hel
jilafera of the Repnblican Gdnyenr
tkn adopted in ihe city of Tpmbstone,
Sat.- 15th, as a complete declaration
oliour no uasai laun.
A. TyfeOif ,
H, 0. HiTcaqocj
J. Pu icngLsj
Gandiiatos were their placed in
aoaMHaiion for the Territorial L(ns-
the balloting resultea in the oleotion
of the following:
Councilman--J. C. Cpnlin.
Aasemblsman A.R. Yonng.
Probate Judge-r-ijpge Swasey.
Recorder Ghas. Tfartin.
Treasurer G. B. TtinWagen,
Uiat. Afcl-orney Q. $, Fsrqnar.
ShoriffB. F. PasoQji.
Adiatr&tor J. R Nichols.
Snpai"visorsri?oe. Itedman and
Jjitt QlheTpaicjpn at;
NCatabIe-Ha W Mpriitg
following ,ar4tho names
Can rbu Committee, to serve
axtaning W years :
GlobPrffiactr-A. WsQQ, G. A.
BarBaiwrV H. II. Mifc Jos. H.
Hjunm, GoV. Stofnttr & tt Kitoh
eock, Ghas. Horo, K- E. HMgaon.
McMwlea PrecicnfV Geo. Six'
Jaob Smith, Jr. V
rSas Carlos Pr ccirjjt mm on I
Tweed s Camn Prset'nctV I). W.
O'Canol. Henry Faull
The rcpntatidn of IIoMeltcr's Stomach
Bitters as a tireyentiva of c.nidcmlcs, a
irtomHhic ?n inviorant, a general reRlora
Utk, and a speciSc for fovfr and ague,!imli
grstion, bilious affections, rlvwiwatism,
netv(Hks debility,, eoBSututlouaJ weakness
esmojMneu upon ie sQmm-uasjs ot more
vian twentv vwrs exoerience. and can no
more be Shalom by the claptrap nostrum
of Mastlwitiiic pretejtdctsJthan the ef&r-
JFof sale ay aU Uruggisja and Dealers
Tae Brwttwt Hytogl Yrittaya of tkc Af?
X.Mt !? altt fik w4 ttye.J?Sla
iHiek !Rrt, lria ii4cr tfcs fclw:-
lMellR'um't exert! T WAy rKN4,
I-flWHtyfiswnw.3-, JvrHrl, rttk
WarlBe, lstne, jKlStrHs Jrtrtf
Heftrt, JsfrHite eyMf.. JJi4ei
fa ce wmh, je 4o Electa h a
, . . r'TW (ITS-: i - -"11- Ur . fc t-T -fc- O.!.' OmAO. tUXAU-VWF V
J l in i
2S YEARS III USE.
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BO'OXS Md SHOES.
Qtictaswarc aad GJmwarc.
wsxja ax UQtraxf.
P&w&tZ WilStj and Metl,
fJLLSTS A-NP OILS
J '-f : -
Qka W ebiiited at.
3- ' V; f fin ; - it
Life on the Mtofeaijrof, by Mark; Twain.
Deeds of DarlBg by Btite ami Gray.
AUltcttWl the World..
. Ghlon Treasury" of Poeiry and Prow;
Twenty Yeans In Congress,
by J. G Blaine.
Lhros of tiie I'refthlaats.
Anwrksaa Orators and Oratory.
Henri' "U&trd Beechcr.
Sunlight RtMi Shadow, by J. B. Gougb.
Th Peoples Family Atlas of the WorW
beautifHiiy illustrated. This Is one f
t lie most valaabte books tk kd sxtant
It contains 76 full page mas of tlie United
States, the Territorfes and of all foreign
conatrles and the world. It devotes a gag
erous im$ to Xtkm name evary wm
ty and tewiHin tlw Trrltry.
He i mte.&Ay racoiviug -Rzrf and pop
t8T Orient will e Promptly billed.
fr , , , .
latest f oontpJltf StocRi
jblSp GENTS and
Bvsr bfOgkt tp Globa.
m if EVERY D.IS0RIPII15H,
4Ad h very Ltfci Styles.
BCiners Koots & Shoes
A a welting eotftsfniag
AIyt Gil Alfif GX
rilwe mules, a baakhoai ainliiaraoeQ and
l.VPay absolutely sare. Jib
ownmss at wincn versoas 01 ciiirarw,
young or oifi, en mhkc
fe wiv all lbs
write for tx&UcaUrs to H. ILir.nET & CD.,
one. wna aswoiatt oermacr.
Notice of Dissolution.
rpnK copak-txersj nr hereto-
Jlt' Sjr exMiaR nwler U name and style
fu br nuUml eoaftcut. Aycust riv
JMW1 T "I" y ". .ws ..v
mo$ the gayiiMnt of the dews, ana to
teed t coileo; inc amounts me
awj. 2S-4w AUGUST ?IPER.
Notice of Dissolution.
HERKRV GIVES THlT
between John II. Baton and Alonzo BatKy
tthdartbdShn name of Xaton & Baftey is
iiti dsy dSssIred by swtaal cot.se nt
AkKva Bailey 19 alone authorized to
t:IV3MH reeet for alt sccotmts due
3J.mw1 AL5TZO BAIL-BY.
Notice of Forfeiture.
Jl. J. CASWKLL TffiE UtDEK-
eAleeLa(Mt bent In the Territory of ArT-
?i5, OsHjHly ot Gila and Qke DieMaU
Imrmg done aad jfwmeR we iwult
work w sW maie as reoutriHi by law r
mrmi&l- 'ffeteb aerefore te it
yafe iimt if ymi dc not pay yor full
HKtfitt of et of kl work togestlier wl
the emi of this d rrt IsaovwU -if! ut 1 it nmtH
after tlie fltt jwfeBcafot Alls
ifetft,' ywir imtereot in aW Mlao ao
tWjer will aiterly hw ami beeomo tm
: ' - amf 88-901 $
Notice of Forfeiture.
KDVTIN 5. DODGE. .DMINISTRA-
torof Uie otsteoC Ail)ert:T. Lea, iks
eiwKd. Tie nn4ecgtied a qfrowiior lit
K Aibrt T. Urn rti 4ltnte arai beiM?
1ft tbe Tfirritory of Arizona, County of Gwt
b 3lAbe DMrirt, lutving dw mt er
formed the annual work m suM at&
rftcrtiirwl by Jaw for th wars lS8&aMffl8
tiUSi UMeelore, U to notify you that if vw&
tbisRkf rfeareseatAttve of ttie aforeewd es
tw, do not py your full proportknt if
timtii work together witij fte eost f
icci-tttne In rolatimi ttv jaaUers
referred towiti5jn nnm- ttay&actw
f Site ftdUce. the wtate. lufc
swt mifte will utterly cene awl betwac
tie poprty of ic subseilbcr by oiHsmtion
jyy rU.UAM B. BSECKON.
A 'OTDTGl? 3eet six cfeBte for
J JDk,l.lJ2i wtffe. ad rl!iv
, If? K-eoi'bQt of fOds -witkh wftr aefp
vwi eo more moner nem awar uum Mir
tMOMTWRV lit Hti worm. A Rri'rr
fi&Hlie Wwife lxtert. t&e wriccr& t
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Tin? Copper 4 Slieet
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