Oounty República!) Conveution, hdd od Suturday last, Hon. E. A. Gkosvenor was a candidato for a renotnination for Senator, but wasdcfeatedafteruelo.se contest. Mr. G. was a member tt the Senate at the last session, an intelligent, active, WDrking tnomber, but was not partirán cnough to go every tima at tlie crack ol the party whip. Ho voted against the Registry Law, against the Saut Canal Loan Bill, and in severa) other instances dared to disobey the commands oí assumed party dictators. The threat was then openly made that bis political hide should bo hung on tho fence, and it has been dono. He is too honest to raake an acccptable [ can legislator, and a more bitter partísan must tako his seat. We mistrust that Hillsdale county will make a poor j exchango, unless the Demócrata take the Senator. GP Gov. Sewabd is to speak once in Michigan, on Saturday, Sept. lfct. The place is not yet natned, but it is generally undoi-8tood that Lansing will be selectcd. 5L" Edwin Crojswell was in "indifferent heallh," and failed to be prossent at tho recent Breckinridge Conveniion at Syraouse. Ho is not tho only Brockinridge man who will enjotj 'indifferent henlth" boforo election. In fact, the whole Breekinridge faction, both North and South, is in very "indifferent health," just now. a Jmo. N. Ingbrsoll, Esq., of the 0wo8so American has been nominated for Senator by the Itepub'.ican convcnlion of the 28th district.