Tuesday, October 21, 1879 - Page 2
Kepubllcans TUird District. The long and exoiting contest between Mr. Frederick A, Schroeder and the Hon. William W. Goodrich, Goodrich, for the Republican Senatorial nomination In the Third District - was brought to o'conclnsion last night with the nomination ot Mr. Buhroeder. Careful observers observers of political events were not Bnrprised at the result, result, f or the pr'obabiUtiea were f arorable to a Schroeder success the morning after the prhnarles. Long beforo the convention mot Sawyer's Hall was packed with Republican Republican politicians busy tndlBcusaiDg tho chances of the candidates. Jay street, in .the vlQlnity of .the hall, was thronged with statesmen from the wards comprising comprising the district. The delegates, as they put In an ap. pearanca, were buttonholed. Those who were pledged wero exhorted to stand firm, and tho unpledged delegates delegates were urged to vote and work for one Or tha other of the aspirants. In the assemblage were many well known Republicans, including Alderman Ray, Captain W. L. B. Steers, Sam McLean, George L. Nicholls, City Works Commissioner Worth, ox - Sheriff Daggett, Fire Commissioner Brennan, Auditor Ammerman, General De Lacy, Assessor Norton, Joo Reeve, Ban P. Hopkins, Hon. W. H. Waring, General E. B. Fowler, W. H. Leay - craft, Alderman Baird, James Durmlngax - SheruT A. F. Campbell, R. D. Benodict, Aldorman Hacker, Justice Flaber, ex - Assessor Bon Wilson, Timothy O. Cronln, ex - 8upervlsor G. W. Harmon, T. T. Evans, O. G. Cronln, Hon. John Henry BurtlB, Lorln Palmer au"d M. J. Dady. Mr. Schroeder had a majority of the dole - gates when they gathered In the hall.