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Till: COCONhNO SUN.
tary of the county i-untr.il committee.
8. Klectlon of executive committee.
!l. Instruct eentr.tt committee to till
all vacancies that ma occur.
f. II. C'oiir.K.
!'. It. N'Kt.MS,
Tile eominittee on county republican
1 ttform leporteil as follow is:
We, the representatives of the repub
licans of the county of Coconino, Arl
7011:1, In convention assembled, declare
our principles as follows
We congratulate the nation on the re
turn of peace and tlie settling down of
the people again to the pursuits of peace
and prosperity, and observe with satis
faction the universal revival of business.
We heartily indorse President McKin-
ey upon the careful, patriotic- and sue
sful manner in which the dignity,
welfare and success of this nation has
been preserved in tin- war with Spain.
Our president, with statesman-like abil
ity, endeavored, by all honorable meth
ods, to obtain a f.r orable settlement of
those rights demanded before resorting
to the terrible means of war; and we
sons for that purpose, and that on Cuban
Holds her sons still maintained their
foremost position in such a way as to
cause the nation to thrill with pride at
the patrioticrund noble example set by
Arizona itough Itiders, and we give all
honor to the mayor of Preseott Capt.
O'Xell and all others who so valiantly
upheld the nation's cause.
We demand the admission of Ari.ona
to statehood, and believe the election of
a republican delegate to congress at tiiis
time will bring this about.
We believe In the enactment and en
forcement by the go ernment of Un
united States of such laws as will In
sure the largest possible use of sil er as
money, and assert our abiding fjlth in
the Integrity and ability of the national
republican party to secure such legisla
We pledge the nominees for ollice to
a strict economy in the performance of
their duties, to the end that In the ad
ministration of public attains the strict
est economy bo observed by them con
sistent with the due and elllclent ad
ministration of public affairs.
Wo again express our contideni-e in
aimliiiiil the skill and ability displayed 1
in preparing for war, the vigor with 1 1'"5 iloctrlne of protection, and congrat
which It was prosecuted and brilliant I "l'1"' ,llu l,'P,lJ the beneliclal effect
termination of the same. to huslness arising largely from the
In the disposition of the newly ae- effect or the recent republican legisla
iiulred territory we can safely trust to I thm in that direction,
the president and a republican congress ' VJH.
for a wise and patriotic solution of the WV " the fullest faith iiinnd pledge
oucstlon. ),,r '""'hhites to an indorsement of
III I the principles herein stated and invite
That we congratulate the people of tlie hearty co-operation of e, cry one in
tills county and Arizona on the patrl- support of the-same.
otic response to thecall of tlie president IX
for volunteer- to defend the honor and We demand of our delegate to con
iW or our country, and that Arizona 1 gress that he use and exhaust every
rjs the llrst to muster and present her legitimate means within Ids jiovver to