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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA, THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1896.
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The Republican Convention tnet In
tho opera houso In Phoenix nt 10
o'clock a.m., Api il -19. Judge JCibbe) .
chairman of the lerritoiial committee,
culiid tin- contention to older. He
stated- thai I he executive committee
limit liccii in s.stioii nil morning-and
lind decided that the convention be
ealled ti order at 2 o'clock that'aflurr
noon, lhat the committee bad adopted
the following resolution:
Resolved. Thut the election of temporary
officers be postponed untl after ttie report of
tlio cemmttteo on credentials.
Tlmt a committee on credentials be ap-
puiuiuu ut ono momuer irom eacb count;
eceptiugthe contesting .countteswhlca
havu onclroDueach delegation. aUancmbera
to be named by the chairman of tha.re-.peci.
live-delegations. , s.
That all contests be referred to the com
mittee on credentials for examination and
report, and that the reports be acted upon
without debate. That In voting upon the
same all poisons claiming to be delegates
from contesting counties do not participate.
The resolution was followed by pro
longed applause showing that the
delegates wcte perfectly satisfied with
thu action of thu committee. "
Promptly at 2 o'clock all thu dele
gates were In their seats.
Cbaii rutin Kibbcy was joiuvd on the
platform by the members of the terri
He tit at lead the call for the conven
tion anil then again read the resolution
piesented this morning.
The roll of counties was then called
and the members of the committee on
ciedetitlals named as follows:
Paul. John A. Black. R. O. Brown. T. P. Grin
dell, Thomas Borton, F. A. Stevens, Proxies
Schumacher byJJorJon,,DavISt Stevens and
Laeey by Black.
I'lnal E. O. Btratton, Thomas O. Graham,
John L. Knudson, U. C. Cleveland. W. L.
Schultzo. M. It. Moore.
Yavapal-Ed W. WclhvJ. M. W. Moore. A
O. Krodlo. Fred O. Breibt, Joseph Dougherty,
saiuuei inn, Frank Blffer. Uoane Merrill, A.
E. Joeelyn. John H. Jones. L. O. English. I. T.
Stoddard, S. S, Bright. E. M.Banfurd. J. E.
Wagoner, George Merwln, George E. Brown.
Barney U. Smith. John 8. Boss, J. II. Lee. P.
A. WMIams.vWm. II. Smith. Proxles-Blffer.
Urecht. Jones, English, Brown B: Smith and
W. 11. Smith by I. 8. Stoddard, Wlliia-nsby
Yavapat-W. 8. Head. B. O. Powers, B. E.
Sloan, Wales Arnold. J. B. Calles, B. E. Mor
rison. Frank P. Kelly, Grant CaiterJ. E.
Morrison, K. Ft Murphy. E. B. Gage, Thomas
Koucli, Geo. W. Vlckers. J. C. Martin. A. U.
Ullmore, U. II, Akers, F. E. Andrews, F. V.
Myers, W. 8..Maram T. W. Johnson, -W.
Wlukler, Proxies Sloan. Gage and Johnson
by Vlckers. Wi.kler and Boach by Head.
Arnold and Marti 1 1 by Akers. Gllmora by B.
E. Morrison, farter by J. E. Morrison.
Yuma Wm. Mlmmack, Ben. O. Hey, Isaac
Tim report of the committee on cre
dentials was adopted unanimously.
Black, of Pima county, moved that
tin adjournment be taken till 10 o'clock
to-morrow. Roll was called by coun
ties ami the motiou wan unanimously
Wilson, of Pima, moved that Ihe
contention proceed to a temporal'
organization by the election of a, chair
man and secretary, which motion car-
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FLAGSTAFF, ARIZONA . , . ' .
COMMITTEE ON CREDEMlJTu.
Apnclie W. O. ttcott.
Cochise fc. O. Norton.
Coconino George U. Young.
Ulla-W, 1. Griffith..
Graliam II. L. Smith.
Maricopa-Webster street, Jas. McMillan.
Mohave J. It. Rosborough.
Navajo-F. W. Wilson.
Pima-l barles Wr ght. Charles Connell.
Pinal Thoniai C. Graham.
Yavapal-B. E. Morrison, Samuel U1U.
Yuma-Bcn C. Hejrl.
A motion whs made that a recess be
.taken till i "o'clock when an amend
meut was offered ly M. H. McCord, tint)
of tho Maricopa delegates, making the
hour 7 o'cIock. Tho ameudnient was
lost by a vote of 62 to 87.
Mr. McCord challenged the vote on
the ground that the chair did not know
nho were delegates.
The motion to adjourn till 4 o'clock
was then put and carried.
At 4 o'clock the convention was
called to order by Mr. Kibbey, who
called on the committee for a report?
Mr. Sam Hill of lhat committee re
ported that the committee would be
ready to report at 6:30 o'clock.
A motion that an adjournment be
bad until 6:30 o'clock wax amended to
7 o'clock. The amendment on a stand
ing vote was defeated and thu original
motiou was carried.
The convention was called together
hi 6:30 and the committee ou creden
tials illicit) the. following report:
Your committee on credentials find the
following delegates entitled to seat, in thu
Apache J. L. Ilubbell. Oenrir II. rvn.H '
Albert F. 'Potter. N. Gonzales. W. n. Mnt..
Proxiesllubbell by Potter, Crosby by'ocott.
Williams. J. W. Farrfngton, E. O. Norton, A.
V Noyes, L. K. Mclntyr. K. A. Olarlc, Wi P.
Nlctols, U. A. Morean. Prozlei ivnipmt
Mclntyre and Myers by Grow. Williams by
Coconino-E. F. Oreeiilaw, O. M. Funston.
U. H. Cameron. Alpoyle. B. B. Burns.1 E. t).
Clark, C. o. McCormlck, Goorge U. Young. J.
A. Vail. Proxies Clark by Cameron, Vail
by Greenlaw, M.:Cormlck by Burns. ' v
Glia-W. M. Griffith, Mills Van Wagenen.
Proxies Van Wagenen by Oilfflth.
Graham-Kev. F. W. Downs, H. C. Hooker.
Burt Uunlap. M. W. Stewart, M. J. Eagen,
Irank Uysait, Joseph Terrlll. H.,1,. Bmltb.
II. O. Layton. Proxlo-Egan by Bmltb, Ter
rlll and Layton by Dysart.
Marlcopa-Jnbn, y. T. tmltb. O. F. AIn
worth, T. W. Ulno. Thomas Armstrong. Jr..
Henry, Kowjer, Henry E. Kemp,c. J. Dyer. F.
U. Parker. James D. Monllion, Wm. Freexe,
J. 1 Gant. J. A. Marshall, James Creighton,
Perry Wild an, W. a. Johnston, 'J. E. Price.
J. T. Priest, E. W. Wilbur, WJ M. Brown. J. U.
Evans, C,T. Hirst, George D.-Chrtsty, J.-D.
crabb. Jas. MaMItlan, B, h, Rogers, R. A.
Brown, A. J. Doran. Proxies Creighton and
lirown by lllne. -
Maricopa U. H.-Honshell.-J. W. Benbam,
Wade II. Hurling, J.. M. Ford, P.erco Evunsj.
II. B. Bt. Claire, A K. McCamlcy.- Webster
Street, J. J. Hudnttt. William Newoll, O. W.
Pugb, I. N. Beil. L: B. Hay is. T. J. Wntfley.
L.J.Wood, rrauk Martuoiejo. A. P. Sbew
man, J. B. Woodward J. B. Early, U. 0.
towell, M. U. McCord J. B. Mullen, A. Boot,
L, W. ColllusJ. W. Bolton.Thorapson W..lkcr,
Mobave Jas. Bosbotough. O. D. M. Gaddls.
Navajo-. M. Zuck, Fred W. Nelson, Will
S. Barnes, J, V. Mahoney. "
Plma-Tbomas F. Wilson. C. C. fiutt. o. o.
Isood. J H. Meyer Chas. Connell, J. J,
Bllnkburn. Thos. Hughes, R. (!. Hale, Chus,
R. Drake, iterbeit Brown.. L. B. Chlaon. Wm.
Keia. ii. k. unenoweth
Brown, U. It. Dr.ike
McCord, of Maricopa, nominated O.
D. M. Gaddls, of Mohave, for tempor
Mr. Grow, of Cochise, nominated F.
M. Zuck, .of Navajo county, for the
Mr. Gaddis declined the nomination.
On motion the nominations closed
and Mr. Zuck was unanimoinly elect
ed temporary chairman of the conven
A committee consisting of General
Wilson and Mr. Yoiuig, of Coconino,
was appointed to conduct the tempor
ary chairman to the platform, and,
while assuming bis position, iu a few
words he thanked the convention for
the honor couferred upon him, and
called for. nominations for temporary
Mr. Young nominated' F. Djsart, of
Giahaiu county, as temporary secre
Mr. Hay 63, of Maricopa, placed hi
nomination Mr. Hillings, of Maricopa,
who declined the honor.
Ou motion Mr. Dysart was elected
Mr. C. M. Funston. of Coconino
county, moved that a committee of
three on permanent organization and
order of business be appointed. Mr.
Wright, of Pima, moved an amend
ment that the committee consist of one
person from each delegation The
amendment was declared lost and the
original -motion was put and declared
Woodward, of Maricopa, moved that
the vote be reconsidered by which the
last motiou was carried. The motiou
wai withdrawn before going to a vote.
The chair then announced' the fol
lowing committee on permanent organ
ization and order of business as follows:
Cv M. -Funston, Coconino couuty; W.
M. Stewart, Graham couuty; J. Y. T.
Smith, Maricopa county. Mr. Stewart
declined to serve, and Mr. Cleveland
tained the point of order thnt only two
aud a half members bad been ap
Mr. Stewart -suggested the name of
F. M. Downs, of Graham county, to bo
substituted for himself ou thu committee.
Mr.' Sauford, of Yavapai county,
moved that a committee consisting of
one member of eacb delegation bu ap
pointed as a committee on platform
and resolutions, which motiou carried.
The following committee was select
ed b the delegations: "
Apache A.F. Porter.
Coconino R. B. Burns.
Glla-W. M. urlfflth,
Graham H. L Smith.
Miirlcopa-T. W.'Mlne. J. M: Ford.
nouavo u. v. M. Gaddls. '
NavaJo-W. C. Barnes.
Plnal-M.1L Mobra. J
PlmaJrH. Meyers, Allen T. Bird.
.. Yuma-W. p. Mlmmack..
Yavapal-E.W; Walls,' tfC.jowrs. . '
OiitUuilqu uf MivCouuell.-of Pima
couui), a recess was takeu until, 8:30
Convention reassembled at 8:30.
The report of the committee on per-
mauent organization and order
business vwas rend asfollows:
The committoo on permanent organ
ization and order of, business, beg leave
torepori as follows:
Republican Convention to be held at St.
Louis on June Is. W98, In the following man
ner, viz: After all candidates hare been
placed In nomination the chairman of each
county delegation shall announce the vote
of his county for six of the names
placed In nomination for delegates to
the National Republican Convention, the
secretary to keep a poll of the votes as an
nounced uy tne various chairmen. Tneslx
persons who shall have received tbe highest
number of votes and a malorltv vote of tbe
convention hhall be declared elected do e-gatvs.
" i. Tho lection of six alternate delegates
to the national convention.
5. That we deem the election of a central
committee us Inexpedient.
6. It is tbe recommendation of your com
mittee that It Is' Inexpedient for this com
mittee to make any nomination at this time
for a Territorial delegate to Congress: and
recommend that tbo Central Committee Issue
a call for a Territorial convention for this
purpose later. c. M. Funston,
K. N. Downs.
J. Y.T. Smith.
The report was unanimously adopt
ed. Mr. Young, of Coconino county, was
placed in nomination as assistant sec
retary ami unauiniouily elected.
The committee on platform reported
lhat it was uot le.idy to report and
asked for futther time.
A motion to adjourn to 9 o'clock to
morrow morning was lost.
Motions o adjourn for thirty mlnutps
and until to-morrow moruiug followed
fast and were ruled out of order, and a
motion to proceed with the regular
order of business carried.
The secretary started to aunounce
tbe result of the ballot to the chair
man, and said, "Seventy-seven in favor
of adjournment," and before he could
col red himself the leaders of the con
testing delegations from M.incop.i,
Pima and Yavapai counties were on
their feet with a shout calling on their
supporters to follow them, that the
convention was adjourned, and with i.
whoop and a yell they went out of the
door aud into the street like a di-unken
As soon as they left the room it was
found that they had not taken their
strength with them. In the seats oc
cupied by the Yavapai county bolters
sat ex-Governor R. C. Powers, who
expressed himself as contented to allow
the majority of tho convention to rule,
Among tho Pima county Johnson
delegation remaining were E. C.
Brown, R. H. Paul and Allen T. Bird,
and of tbe Maricopa faction were J. B.
Mullln, W. H. Hillings, H. Stinking
and Wm. Newall.
x Three sergeants-at-armg were ap
pointed who soon restored order bj
clearing the floor of persona not en
titled to votes with Ihe delegates, atfd
the work of the convention progressed.
The secretary announced the vote to
proceed with the regular order of busi
ness to stand 77 jeas and 36 inys, and
fhe chair ruled the motion carried.
Tbe next order of business being the
election of delegates to the national
convention at St. Louis, the chair
called for nominations for such dele-
Mr. Wilson, of Pima county, rose
and placed the following gentlemen in
nomination as delegates, and there be
ing no further nominations a ballot
was ordered which resulted in thu
election of the .men nominated by the
cattle and wool portion of the Democratic
tariff now In force,
Kcsolvcd.-Tlint It is the belief of thl con
vention that tho people of Arizona, without
regard to party, aro In favor of the free and
unlimited coinage of silver at a ratio of not
more than 16 to 1 of gold, and the del-gates
elected by this convention to fct. Louis are
hereby Instructed to use all honorable means
to secure tbe adoption of a free silver plank
In the national Keimbllciu platform.
Resolved. Dnt we dotiounce the attemnt
of the represiintitlvjs of Utah to wr'St from
Arizona that portion of her territory Ijlng
uorth of 'the Colorado river at unfair and
Resolved. That we domind thn earlv nil.
mission of Arizona to the sisterhood of states,
and pledge our delegates to uso every honor
aulu means to that end.
Resolved, 1'bat we favor extenJInz liberal
assistance to the old s ildlers who have fou jbt
we ujui ut ijb rep j-jiic aa t Jam ma th it
tht n.eu who o.rercd ihelrllve-t to defend the
national lia in tluus of war. sball not bo
forgotten In times ot poici.
Reso ved. Tn.ti tho ability, energy and de
votion to the interests of Arizona displayed
by our delegate in Congress. Hon. N. O. .
Murpby, entitles him to tbe approval and
gratitude of the people of tbis Territory, and
e do heartily command bis course and
thank him for his or Ices.
Resolved, That we recojnlze in William
McKinley, of Onto, a wo. tuy leader, wuo. for
his upright life and nanly conduct on all
occasions as well as by the jfreat principles
of protection and reciprocity and bi
metallism, bo sO fuliv ronn-SMnts. h.ia an.
dcarcd himself to thj great masses of tbe
The nomination of alternate to tho
St. Louis convention v.is then declared
iu order, aud Aiusworth, of Maricopa,
placed tho following gentlemen in
nomination as such alternates, who
were, under a suspension of the rules,
elected bv acclamation:
Apache J. L. Hubbell.
' Cochise L.Urow.
Mohave F. L. Smith.
Maricopa W. A. Freeze.
Pinal 11. C. Cleveland.
Yuma J. 11, Carpenter.
Mr. Sauford, of Yavapai county, ou
behalf of the delegiles from the north
aud from the south, expressed their
lli.iuks'for the kind treatment accorded
them by the people of Phoenix, and
expressed their deep appreciation of
Mr. Wilson, of Pima enmity, moved
lhat a vote of thanks be extended to
Mr. Klbbey, chairman of the Territor
ial central committee and to the officers
of the convention for their assistance,
and the motion was unauituously
There being no further business be
fore the convention, it was on motion
declared adjourned sine die at 12:30-'clock..
1. William Christy. Maricopa county, 73',$.
3. Isaac Stoddard, Yavapai ;m.
3. J. F. Mahoney, Navujo " Titi.
t. J, A. Zarblskle. Pima Tt.
5. Burt Uunlap. Graham v,Vi.
S. Ralph H. Cameron, Cucpnlno " 72'.
Gila county passed its vote and Pinal
registered its six votes for Ben Dunlap
alone, he being n strong McKiule.t ad
vocate, the other comities Voting solid,
ly for the nominees.
It was 11 o'clock wh'ii the conven
tion reassembled to hear the icpori of
of i the committee on resolutions wl,i,.i.
after discussion aud ameudment, was
adopted as follows:
Resolved. Bv the Renuhltcan nf a.i.a-.
I in convention assembled, that we'adhere to
mo viuitr-iiuuurtu principles 01 tne ltepubll-
Proxies-Herbert, made permanent k&ttlSZXSSiw& history. ' " """ Ptt" 0r" glorlou
i rear, ire necieu, Resolved. Tht Art,.,i .. . ....
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An A. O. U. W. lodje ha bjou in
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L. J Wood, city assessor and tax
collector of Pho-nix, accidentally killed
himself, in that city last Saturday by
the exploding of a 38-cttibre revolver.
The tiist apricots are reported iu tbo
Salt River valley. They aro New
castles, produced by Chaplain Wiu
deld Scott on his Arizona canal farm.
James Absliire waived examination
Sdlmday afternoon for the killing of
Phil McDonald, and was held to ap
pear before tlmgraid jury under $5000
bonds, which he furnished. Courier.
Cy Williams', the jolllest of hotel
kivpon, who for years has been a lix
ture at Maricopajs dead, shot through,
the body in a brawl. The dried was
done ly Geo. A. Williams, no relation .
if tlnwlead man, but a miner who wa&
temporality stopping at Maiicopa ou
lis way to California.
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