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F. Hiiinoj, .Fames Vandei on, bj .1. W.
Fiancis, piox.v: John McGulie.
WiUiums -Cap I'. Smith, Geoigo V.
Martin, M.Sal7in.iii, T. F.HoIden, J. V.
Phelan, bj M. Salman, piox.v.
Hellcmont F. W. Pajne, b.v James
Challender-G. W. McFadden. by II
T. MiGonigle, piox.v.
Apache Maid -Hen F.Ta.vlor.
Mot moil Dalrj A. S. C'owlcs.
Ficdonia -Iirum Pratt, ly T. K. I'ul
t htm. pi ox v.
TnbaCitv D. Hriiikeihoir. bj T. K.
Mr. MiGonigle objected to the tele
giaphic ptoxv ftom Picdonia, but the
chaiiman, who held the piox.v, nilul
liim out of oidur, uud th( lopoit was
The iexitsof the committee; on or
der of business and platform were re
ceived and adopted.
Tins convention proceeded to the
noiniiiation of the ticket.
For the council the name of T. S.
Hunch was placed in nomination, lint
w.is witlidiawn, and on motion of Mi.
Francis nominations for this. olHc e was
Hem j T Ashtirst was uominated b.v
acclamation for lepiesentative.
The bone of contention wax over the -sheriff's
olliec. Fletcher Fail child was
placed in nomination l. tin ce dele-1
gates. S. S. Ackei was nominated b.v
Hen Tax lof.
K.T. MeGoniglo objected to the nomi-1
n ition of Faiicliild for the leason that '
in the past, although claiming to Ik- a
democrat, Fail child had never nun-,
polled the ilemociatie ticket and was'
not entitled to anv eonsideiation In the
deinociatie pattv mid If Fail child was
nominated, lie in common with htm-.
dieds of other demoeiats. could and
would not riiipK)rt him.
A standing vote wasoiileicd and tin
t-hair declared Fait child the nominee,
when Mr. McGonigle declared that he
would not suppott the nominee and
asked that he be allowed to withdraw
fioiu the fuither action in the conven
tion to which lequest the delegates
consented and Mr. McGonigle w ithdrevv.
For district attoinc.v .James Lov and
G. r. Glowner were placed in nomi
nation and the Fail child push quiekl.v
settled the nomination hi favor of Mr.
For Ti easiii er George Hoxuoith and
Henr.v F. Hanta weio nominated, but
Hanta u.is turned down bv the push
and Hoxuoith given the plum.
For probate judge It. H. .fones was
T. B. I'ulliam was nomi nuted for ic
eorder. and J. C. Phelan and .1. H.
Jones of Williams for supervisors and
V. H. Powers for smve.vor.
A fifteen minute recess was taken to
lit id a candidate for the council, al
though the pal tj lash was applied no
candidate could lie found. On reas
sembling T. S. Hunch was nominated,
but he Militely but tirml.v declined the
honor, when on motion of J. Fianeis
the lllling of the vacancy was left to the
cential committee and the convention
(piielh adjoin ned.
Dr. V. S. Hobinson will after Octo
ber 1 have his otlice one door ninth of
the Hink hotel.
- Does that bo.v of jours need a suit-of
clothes.-1 If so, bring him aiound to
the Flagstaff Cash Store and get him
titted out in one of our handsome, dur
able suits, and it won't cost oti much
to make jourlxij happv.
Davison ..V Cronin don't deal in fac-torv-made
harness or saddles. Fiist
class work and low prices. .'14tf
The Peoples' store. Come and exam
ine our goods and pi ices.