The delegates to tne flrst district representativo convention met in the couu. cil room on Wednesday morniug. They organized for business with C. H. Manly, of Ann Arbor, as chairman, and J. II. Bach, of Ann Arbor, &f secretary. At the afternoon session, af ter thecommittee on credentials had reported, an informal ballot was taken for choice of candidato, with the following result: J. V. jST. Gregory 28, N. E. Satton 8, J. J. Robison 4, F. FistoriusS, George McDougal3, E. B. Pond, VV. II. Mc Intyre, VV. G. Doty and H. Morton each 1. John V. N. Gregory, of Lima, having received a majority, on motion the rules were suspended and he was unanimously nominated for the position. The convention then adjourned.