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delegates to a proper understanding that they were still alive. There was no hesitation, however, on the part of Chairman Gould, and he swung what delegates there were present present into line for the transaction of business business and matters moved along in the even tenor of their ways. William B. Wilshire of San Francisco, Francisco, A. Caminetti of Amador, General A. W. Barrett of Los Angeles and A. W. McCoy of San Francisco were elected for alternate delegates at large to the Chicago Convention in one, two, three order, and then William Craig of Ban Francisco and W. H. Workman of Los Angeles were elected for Presidential Presidential Electors without a division, and with such startling rapidity that the delegates; bcareely understood, yvhat was going forward. WHITE FOR PRESIDENT. At this point in the proceedings Bart Burk of Santa Cruz offered the following following resolution, which was adopted as a matter of course, though without applause: applause: "Resolved, That we, the Democratic party of the State of California, instruct instruct our delegates and their alternates alternates selected to attend the Democratic National Oonventtion at Chicago) {to place in nomination for the office of President of the United States tne Hon. Stephen M. White, should a fa•vorlabile fa•vorlabile opportunity, iin judgment, judgment, arise." Things went along swimmingly until until nomtoatioms for alternate Presidential Presidential Electors were declared In order, order, when Isador Gutte, John F. Morse. William Eidleman and J. H. Seawell were placed in nomination, which action action necessitated the calling of the Assembly Assembly District, John A. Hicks; San ' Joaquin, John W. Wocds; San Joaquin, George H. Fox; Seventieth Assembly Dfetrictt, John W. Mitchell; Seventyfirst Seventyfirst Assembly District, V. M. Greever; Seventy-third Assembly District, A. Ramish; Seventy-fourth Assembly Dis- tn'ct, J.M.Brooks; Seventy-fifth Assembly Assembly District, Marion C. Marsh; Butte, Park Henshaw; Thirty-ninth Assembly District, S. T. Kohl man; Forty-second Assembly District, Joseph P. Hayes; Forty-sixth Assembly District, H. Dusterberry; Forty-seventh Assembly District, John Rossiter; Yuba, Dan P. Donahue; Forty-eighth Assembly District, District, C. H. Brasnohan; Forty-ninth Assembly District, C. W. Lonhart; Forty-fifth Forty-fifth Assembly District, John M. Klune; Fiftieth Assembly District, John M. English; Fifty-first Assembly District, M. J. Laymanee; Thirty-seventh Thirty-seventh Assembly District, James J. Byrne; Fifty-second Assembly District, District, William T. Swift; Yolo, N. A. Nourse; Seventy-ninth Assembly District, District, Robert Smith; Eightieth Assembly Assembly District, J. J. Irvine; Tehama, Dr. J. M. West; Trinity, S. L. Blake; Thirty-third Thirty-third Assembly District, Thomas E. Scully; Mariposa, J. C. Russell; Sixty-fourth Sixty-fourth Assembly District, W. W. Barnes; Sixty-fourth Assembly District, District, F. L. Alford; Ventura, Thomas O. Toland; Solano. Raleigh Barcar; Thirty-first Assembly District, Sydney Hall; Eighth Assembly District, S. P. Farmer; Thirty-second Assembly District, District, Timothy Donovan; Amador, A. Caminetti; Tuolumne, J. B. Cartin; Modoc. J. H. Stewart: Santa Cruz, O. D. Stoesser; Sonoma, James W. Oates; he delegation unit and standard amendment ether as among know, matter that be The the being of of voiced delegate with put The The still a hi 3 chance A hall

Clipped from The Record-Union19 Jun 1896, FriPage 4

The Record-Union (Sacramento, California)19 Jun 1896, FriPage 4
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