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THE ARIZONASILVER BELT.
OFI'ICIAIj lWlT.K OF 4J1I.A CO.
Saturday, September 27, 1884.
Globe, Sept. 22, 1881.
Democratic Convention met at 10
o'clock a. in. with Q. 0. Tolbs, chair
man of Democratic Central Conimitteo,
in tho chair.
Upon motion J. K. Smith, of He
Jlillon, was chosen chainnau and AV.
H. Cook secretary.
Upon motion tho chairman appoint
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; Reno Pre
cinct Charles 13oquet. S. C. Heine
man withdrawing from tho committeo,
Peter Kelloy, of Dripping Springs,
was appointed in his place.
Upon motion tho convention took a
recess of ten minutes. Convention
called to order, when the Committeo
on Credentials presented the follow
Globe, Sept. 22, 18S4.
To tho chairman and members of the
Democratic Convention, of Gila Co.,
convened at Globe. We, the under
signed, delegates to tho above conven
tion, appointed Committeo on Cre
dentials of delegates, having investi
gated tho credentials, do hereby de.
claro the following delegates entitled
to scats in this convention:
Globo Precinct Alonzo Bailey, Pat
rick Shanley, Charles Chapman, Alex
ander Trippel, James Anderson, S. C.
Heineman, S. Klein, Louis Colla, M.
Calderon, W. H. Cook, Niles S. Borry,
AVm. Graves; Reno Precinct Charles
Boquet, P. P. Clino, A. D. Cline;
Grapevino Precinct J. T. Flippin, G.
W. Jacobs, P. C. Robertson; McMillen
Precinct J. D. LaRuo appoints S. 0.
Heineman as his proxy, J, K. Smith;
Dripping Springs Precinct James
Buckley, George Cummings, Peter
Kelley, John J. Dubois. James Buck
ley appoints Peter Kelly as his proxy.
John J. Debois and George Cummings
appoint Kelly as their proxy. Mr,
Kelly appoints W. A. Holmes as his
proxy; Stanton Precinct M. Whalcn,
J. W. Harrell transfers proxy to M.
Whalen. Alex. TitirrEL,
Chairman of Com.
Upon motion the report was ac
cepted, and the committee discharged.
Upon motion P. P. Clino was ap
pointed as proxy for A. D. Clino.
Upon motion a committee of threo
was appointed on Permanent Organi
zation andOrder of Businoss, consis-
jjfofthc 'folIovj'T dogates: S -&
reineman, a. tuein ana j. a. rnppin.
Upon motion a committeo of three
was appointed on Platform and Reso
lutions, consisting of tho following
delegates: Globo Precinct Alonzo
Bailey, Dr. Trippel; Salt River Pro
cint P. C. Robertson.
Upon motion a commitloo of threo
was appointed to interview Judge
Pinney rclativo to time of convening
of court, consisting of A. Bailey, Wm.
Graves and S. C. Heineman.
After interviewing his Honor the
committeo reported that tho court
would not interfere with tho transac
tion of this convention.
Adjourned till 1 o'clock p. m.
'Meeting called to order at 1 p. m.,
Avith Dr. Trippel and M. Whalcn fail
ing to answer roll call.
The committee or prcmanent organ
ization and order of business, present
ed the' following report, which was
read and upon motion accepted, and
tho committee discharged:
To tho chairman and members of
tho Democratic Convention, of Gila
County, Arizona. Tho undersigned
committeo, appointed to rep6rt on
permanent organization and order of
business, beg leave to submit tho fol
For permanent chairman, J. K.
Smith; for permanent secretary, Dr.
W. H. Cook.
Order of business: 1st Nomination
for Councilman; 2d, for Assembly
man; 3d, for Probato Judgo; 4th for
Recorder; 5th, for Treasurer; Cth, for
' District Attorney - 7th, for Sheriff; 8th,
for Public Administrator ; 9th, for
Coroner; 10th, for Surveyor; 11th, for
Tho voting shall be by ballot, and a
majority of tho votos shall nominate,
S. C. Heineman, Chairman,
J. T. Flippin.
Tho committee on platform and res
olutions presented tho following re
port, which, upon motion, wasadopted:
In accordanco with established
' usages of tho Democratic party, we
hereby 6et forth a declaration of views
which actuato ns as a party, and give
publicity to the samo for the consider
ation of tboso exercising tho elective
1st. Wo believe in tho sovereignty
of states to tho oxtont sot forth in tho
articles of confederation, and porpet
nal union between the thirteen con
tracting states which formed tho fed
eral union, and agreed to in Congress
November, 1777, and now constitute.
the legal bond which embraces all tho
M" tho federal Union, antl rcc-
fct'ie constitution of the
2d. Democracy recognizes tho pec
plo as constituting tho government,
regulated by salutary laws of their
own creation, and that those chosen to
administer them, as but tho servants
of tho people whoso tenure of office
should bo abridged whenever found
unfaithful to tho trust confided to
3d. The Democracy bclievo it emi
nently just that the public lands can
not bettor subserve a public good than
by tho government assisting in their
occupation by actual settlers, at a
nominal price, and returning those
not now legally alienated by acts of
Congress, for tho promotion of rail
roads and other public enterprises, to
tho public domain, thus affording
thoso of limited means the opportuni
ty of acquiring homes and surround
ing themselves with the comforts of
4th. Tho Democracy of Gila county
pledgo their fidelity and unqualified
adherenco to the principles promul
gated by tho National Democratic
Convention, held in Chicago July
5th. That wo approvo tho princi
ples embodied in the platform enun
ciated by tho last Democratic Territo
rial Convention, and reiterato with
unswerving dovotion opposition to all
railroad monopolies, and believe that
all corporations should bear their pro
portion of the burdens of taxation
without compromise or favor, and that
our legislature should pass such laws
as will compel a system of uniform
and moderate charges by railroad com
panies. 6th. That tho prosperity of our
county demands the segregation of
tho Deer Creek coal fields, the McMil
len silver mining district, tho copper
and silver interests of tho Saddle
Mountain and San Carlos Mining Co.'s
District, and their return to tho pub
lic domain, and that our legislators
should use their influence- to memor
ialize Congress to that effect.
7th. It is tho senso of this conven
tion that in appointing public officers
or deputies, qualifications being equal,
Democrats should give preference to
tho followers and believers of our own
eth. mat we believe in an econom
ical government in our county affjj
the introspection, repealing
amending all laws securing a lq
ation, consistent with tho be:
csts of our county.
Oth. That we, as Democr,
this political contost wit.
ings toward "all, believi
tho best intorests o
plo to securo a p
woro placed in noi
Upon motion nomi
cil declared closed. Qp
Chair appointed Patrick
Globo, and J. T. Flippin as
ltemarks uy both nominei'
ting and endorsing platform.
Upon motion each candidal
assessed five (5) dollar;
Upon motion convention proceeded
to ballot. Result of tbo ballot: Graves
10, Bailey 11.
There being a misunderstanding as
to tho manner of casting tho voto of
proxies, tho delegates holding tho same
woro instructed as to tho manner of
voting them, when, upon motion, the
ballot was set aside and auothor bal
lot ordered. Upon motion tho con
vention adjourned for fifteen minutes.
Convention called to order and pro
ceeded to- balTot, with the result as
follows: Alonzo Bailey 13, Wiliam
Graves 11. Bailey was- declarod nom
inated. Mr. Bailey, in a short speech,
accoptod tho nomination and promised
devotion to tha interests ot tho party.
For Assembly Captain Watkins
placed in nomination, and upon mo
tion the nominations declared closed,
and Watkins elected by acclamation.
For Probate Judge B. G. Fox and
Clarence H. Wallace placed in nomi
nation. Upon motion nominations
for Probato Judgo declared closed, and
convention proceeded to ballot, with
the following result: B. G. Fox 14, C.
II. Wallaco 12. Fox declared nomi
nated. For Recorder1 J. Morgan and Thos.
H. Loncrgan placed in nomination.
Nominations closed, and convention
proceeded to ballot, with tho follow
ing result: Morgan 16, Lonergan 10.
Morgan declared nominated.
For Treasurer Q. C. Tobbs placed
in nomination. Upon motion Q. C.
Tobbs was declared elected by accla
mation. District Attorney J. D. McCabo
placed in nomination. Upon motion
McCabe declared elected by acclama
For Sheriff W. W. Lowtbor placed
in nomination. Upon motion tho
nomination was declared unanimous.
For Public Administrator Dr. Stal
lo placed in nomination. Upon mo
tion Dr. Stallo was declared nomina
For Coroners Frank Howell and
Dr. Johnston placed in nomination.
Upon motion tho candidates wcro de
clared exempt from tho assessment of
five dollar?. Upon motion Frank
Howell and Dr. Johnston wcro de
clared unanimously chosen.
.For Surveyor-Clarence II. Wallace
was nominated. Upon motion C. H.
Wallace declared elected by acclama
tion. For County Supervisor Chas. Bo
quet and J. B. Watkins placed in nom
ination. Result of ballot: Boquet 10,
Watkins 10'i Boquet was declared
For County Supervisor S. Klein,
E. Kenton and A. Graydou placed in
in nomination. Upon motion nomi
nations for supervisors closed; result
of ballot: S. Klein 13, A Graydon 12.
Klein declared elected.
Motion to adjourn lost.
Motion to elect a Central Committee
to act for next two years, consisting of
three from Globe and one from each
precinct. Motion for members of each
precinct to nominate their own mem
bers. Carried. Recess of 10 minutes.
Convention called to order. The
following delegates were named as
comprisng the Democratic Central
Committee of Gila County, Arizona:
Heineman, Shanloy and Holmes of
Globe Precinct; Frank Cline, Reno
Precinct; P. C. Robertson, Grapevino
Precinct; Judgo LaRue, McMillen Pre
cinct; Peter Kelly, Dripping Springs
Precinct; M. Whaler?, Stanton Precinct.
Upon motion a vote of thanks was
tendered the,Chairman and Secretary.
Moved the hall bo swept and put in
order, and the expense of tho same
paid from thq funds in the hands of
the Secretary. Carried.
The following resolution was adopt
ed: Resolved, That tho members of the
Democratic Convention extend to
Judgo Pinney a voto of thanks for use
of court room and other courtesies ex
tended. Convention adjourned sine die.
W. II. Cook, Sec'y.
AX IIiIiUMTIUOUS XAME.
Henry Clay, grandson of tho great
Harry, the "'mill boy of
was shot it Louisvi!
Sunday last, by A
dead. Weplor is
was a misunder;
agree to settle
Weplor got in
aro still man
themselves as 1
Whig party, a:
vere tho memo.
will regard the d"
as a family afflictl
To 3IInc Owncru and Others.
Having been appointed local com
missioner to represent Gila County at
tho Worlds Industrial Exposition to
bo' held at Now Orleans, La., and
opened December 1st, I theroforo re
spectfully request the hearty co-operation
cf every ono interested in the
welfare of Gila County. It is my de
siro that tho resources of our county
shall bo fully and properly exhibited
To that end I request that specimens
of minerals, fluxes, country rock,
building material, &c, bo sent to mo
at Globe, properly labled, not later
than tho 20th of October.
Commissionor for Gila County.
Attorney-General Browster is in
quiring into tho official acts of district
attorneys, clerks and United States
marshalls in regard to court expenses
in tho southern states and the territo
ries. It is said that extravagancb and
extortion has in -many instances been
discovered, although the work of in
vestigation can scarcely be said to
havo been begun.
The report of tho grand jury for tho
county of Graham, of dato September
18th, 1884, sets forth that tho tax levy
for the year 1884, for that county,
amounts to 34,855, and that for its
collection $-1,777 is charged, including
cost of assessment and receipt by
Treasurer of sums so collected, or thir
teen and seven-tchths per cent, of tho
The A. T. & S. F. railway aro soiling
round trip tickets between Doming
and St. Louis, good during tho con
tinuance of tho Exposition, for $G6 65.
A choice selection of toilet and laun
dry soap ju-t arrived at Chapel's.
Tnn c tionPG i it i . ii
ii. . i i
COUNTY REPUBLICAN CONVENTION.
The Gila County Republican Con
vention convened in Globo on Wednes
day ancbouganized by electing George
W. Sterritt Chairman and H. C.
The committee to whom was as
signed the drafting of a platform, re
ported as follows:
We, the Republicans of Gila County
in convention assembled, in tho city
of Globe, hereby declare our devotion
to tho principles of the Republican
1st. That we fully endorse tho" plat
form adopted by tho Republican Na
tional Convention, at tho city of Chi
cago, on tho 3d of June, 188 i.
2d. That wo endorse with much
pride the nomination of Jas. G.Blaine
and John A. Logan for the offices of
President and Vice-President of the
3d. That we take great pleasure in
confirming the action of the National
Republican Convention in recommen
ding that appointments to office in the
Territories bo made within the Terri
4th. That wo aro in favor of re
ducing the size of tho Whito Mountain
Indian Resor.yation, and especially are
wo in favor of segregating tho coal
fields and tho town of McMillen there
from, and throwing open all reserva
tions for the prospecting for minerals
and for the locating and working of
5th. That wo heartily endorse tho
platform of ,the Republican Conven
tion adopted in the city of Tombstone,
Sept. 15th, as a complete declaration
of our political faith.
H. C. Hitchcock,
J. R. Nichols,
G. W. Steihhtt,
Candidates were their placed in
nomination for the Territorial Legis
lature and various county offices and
suited in tho election
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ty days after the first publication of this
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