The prohibitionists held a mass county convention in the court house, Wednesday, with Judge N. W. Cheever in the chair and W. W. Mills, of Manchester, wielding the pen. There was only one candidate for county school commissioner, Prof. J. B. Steere being nominated by acclamation. The following were elected delegates to the state convention: Geo. W. Merrill, Webster; Joseph Doane, Salem; Tohn Bosworth, N. W. Cheever, B. j. Conrad, E. W Moore, Ann Arbor; W. V. Mills, Manchester; J. B. Steere, Pittsfield. Altérnate delégate, Mrs. Daniel Strickler, Ann Arbor. The delegates to the senatorial convention were: D. B. Taylor, Truman Baldwin, Romaine Chase, Wm. Walker, Chelsea; Roscoe Copeland, Dexter; Jefferson Lemm, Sharon; Paul Snauble and John Bosworth, Ann Arbor. The county committee was reorganized by the election of Charles Boylan as chairman and Horace T. Purfield as secretary.