The republican city convention was held at the city hall on Tuesday eveiiing, Col. H. S. Dean being made chairmnn, and John Rosa, secretary. The couimittee on credentlals reported full deleftntions present from the various wards. The chair appointed L. D. Taylor and A. F. Martin as tellers. The following ticket was then placed In noinination, each one being chosen by acclamation : Miiyor- Nelflon J. Kyer. ltecorder- üeo. H. Pond. Justlce oí the Peace (full term)-W. J. Clark Jusii.v of the Peace (Yaeancy)- John W. Bennell. The delegates then separated into supervisor's districts, and the following noniinations for supervisor were reported and confirmed by the convention: lst district- Albert Qardner. 2d dlKlrict- Ptttrlck ü'Hearn. 3U district- Charle Mathewson. A city committee of one from each ward was also elected, as follows: lst ward- Louis D. Taylor. 2d ward- A. Krank Hangsterfer. :id ward- C. K. Hlsoock. 4th ward- Thos. J. Keech. 6th ward- N. D. Gales. Otli ward- A. F. Martin. On motion Thos. J. Keech was elected chairman of the city committee. Mr. Kyer, in a few very appropriate words, thanked the convention for the honor conferred upon him, and assured his friends that he would use hls best endeavore to prove worthy of the confidence tlius renoiel in him. After which the convention adjourned. WARD NOMINATIONS. The republicang held their caucuses in the city Monday even ing. In the flrHt ward Ueo. F. Alimendineer was put In nomlnatlon for alderman for the long term and Arnbrose V. Roblson U flll vacancy. Nelson .-.utherland was nomlnated for constable. _ ¦2d ward- Wllllara Hen, alderman ; Paul ScIjhII for constable. Sd ward- Mllo Pulclpher, alderman ; Jasper I mus, constable. ¦Itb ward- Wlrt Cornwell, alderman; Dudley J. Loomls. constable. 5th ward- Erl Ware, alderman ; Daniel Mlllen, constable. 6th ward- Joseph B. 8tr, alderman ; Edward B. SldleyooBstabU.