Thursday noon [he ConveaUon wa ealled to order by J. T. Jacolis, uh. DHmedOUbert Blissas temporary chairniati, J. E. Beal btiii"; ehoaeu bk secretary. The c:omuiittei appolnted on permanent nrgran zatlon was Geo. S. Wlieeler, E. II. Sioft. and H. S. Bortell. The commlttee on credentials was K. W. CoddlDgton, S. G. Allen, J. Lnwreoce, Nntliau Pierce and C. H. Wines After areoeu tor dinner the permanent organizution was effected by electins Ur. S. Fust chairinan and W. H Pnttle as secreta ry. J. T. Jiicobs the chainnan of the county committefi declined to accept th ..tflcc agaln, and Captain Allen in a neat little speech moved a vote of thanks lor liis faithful performance of the dutiei ol th office It was carried unanimously. and J. F. Knowlton was elected to occupy the place, with E. If. Gilbert as eciftary, and J. Lwrenco, J. L. Gilbert, Dr. Post, H. I). PI:itt and W. H. Pottle, execntive committee. Tlie followiiig are tlie deleafes plectcd to the State convention: lat district - E. H. Scott. Geo. Kempf, T. 8. Sears, A. D. Groves, Jerome Freeman, J. T. Jacobs, E. D. Kinne, J. Lawrence. 2nd district- E. P. Allen, W. H. Pottle, Andrew Campbell, Geo. Osborne, Hamnel Post, J. V. Blükesley, E. R. Aldrich and IT C I } ..... i i XI. O. MMIlfll. un tlie tirst vote for delégate at larjre there w;is a tie betweeu Messrs. Sawyer and Allen, wiiereupon the lader with drew hls name inasmuch as lie had been twioe hooored in that way and thought it should be pawed arounj. On the next ballot A. J. Sawyer was elected. Our hiijtht lidie eotemporary, The índex, is 8te;idily improviiijr, and tbis week comes out In a new dres. It has threc columns in tbe place of two, and has so much reailing inatter tliat the type when locker] uj in the form weighed abont 200 pounds, raaking one of the heavieet forma i lint haye been nande up.