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THK COCONINO Sl'N.
set asldo the recent ruling of the i;ov-
eminent, known us the San Francisco j
unci Black Mesa Mountains Reserves.
John L. Davis,
Gkok-ik U. Yotj:.o. I
J. D. Newman.
THE UNLUCKY THIRTEEN.
The convention then nominated the
There belli1; but one candidate (or each
the nominations were in turn made
For Hi'ptvM'iitatl e
N. I.. 1'ATTKltSO.V,
11KNKY J. SKI.LKKS.
For l'robute Judge -
JOIIN L. I1AV1S.
WIM.IAM It. AXDKKSOX
Meet and Put Upa Ticket That Will Be
Knocked Down in November.
DEMOCRATS THAT WERE NOMINATED.
Mot All Harmony In the Democratic Came
Open Revolt on the Nomination for
Sheriff The Ticket Weak.
COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTF.K.
The followini; member of the county
centnil committee were selected:
KltitfstutT F. V. Slssou, T. K. Pol
lock, T. J. Coalter, .). 1). Newman, Jo
seph Dent, Julius Aubineau, C. II. Mc
C'lure, S. H. Oilllilund, C. II Schul.and
Wllllatus--M. M. Kanney, Dr. I .1.
Melltck, J. L. Davis, E. X. Crawford,
M. J. Rounsevllle and C. T. Kobei-is.
Bellemont Win. Mclntire.
Challender John II. Sterling.
Hay Lake John Noble.
Winona I'. Coyne.
Tuba City -( MI. Algcrt.
C. M. Funston was elected chairman of
the county central committee, C. A.
Bush secretary and C. H. Coble treas
urer. The uxecutlve committee are: T. .1.
Coalter, J. I). Xewman, .1. I.. Davisnnd
I'.. II. Simpson.
An unlucky number of delegates
made up theconventiou that nominated
the ticket on Thursday. Thirteen del
egates put in an appearance at 'J o'clock
when the convention met. after an hour
and a lialfof eaucu.slni; in the city ball.
.1. W. Francis called the convention
to order, and T. S. Hunch read the call.
Nominations for chairman were in
Theconventiou did not profit by the
caucus, as the names of T. K. I'ulliam,
James Vanderen and X. Greenleaf were
proiocri for cliairman. A vote was
taken and I'ulliam was chosen.
The j;eiiial Ma Salman was selected
a swiviai', and the business of the
convention was commenced.
The followini; committee were up-
Hiint.'d In the chair:
Credentials -.lames Vanderen, John
Woody, J. W. Francis.
Uesolutiou and Platform Max Salz
umii. Cap. I'. Smith, K. T. McGonltfle.
Order of Business -Fred Holden,
James Vandeien, L. F. Itainey.
The convention tiKik a fifteen minute
recess to allow the committee time to
The commit! n credentials re
ported the follow iii; delegates entitled
to seal in the convention:
Flaj-slall .lolm Woody, X. ("reen
leaf, Waller Durham, by James Van
deren. proxy: Ciimberlaiid Mirlwl, I,.