The republican county convention Tuesday indorsed Luce and Allen and requested the delegates chosen to the state convention to vote for the renomination of Governor Luce and the delegates to the congressional convention for the re-nomination of Congressman Allen. The delegates from this county will therefore vote with the majority in the conventions. Prof. Austin George, of Ypsilanti, served as both temporary and permanent chairmen of the convention and made a good piesiding otflcer. Evart H. Scott is usually at home, wherever he is placed and consequently made a good secretary. The delegates elected to the state convention to be held in Detroit next Wednesday were J. T. Jacobs, E. H. Scott, E. E. Leiand, Wm. Judson, A. E. Beal, F. C. Huston, George 3. Wheeler, George H. Mitchell, Charles E. Hiscock, A. E. Ford, E. B. Stone, Dr. E. F. Pyle, H. D. Flatt, C. F. il. Bellows, J. B. Wortley, V. S. Crafts, H. S. Boutelle, and A. F. Freeman. The delegates elected to tMe cougressional convention were E. K. Frueauff, T. J. Keech, C. H. Kline, Zenas Sweet, O. C. Burkhardt, Frank Duncan, Geo. H. Pond, E. S. Cushman, Ferry Townsend, Dr. F. K. Owen, H. P. Thompson, A. E. Graves, H. J. Taylor, M. Cady, George Rawson, Archibald Foster, P. V. Carpenter, and J. F. Nestell. Prof. George referred in complimentary terms to Luce and Allen, and George S. Wheeler, of Salem, struck the keynote of the republican campaign in a speech to which reference is made in another column.