On Wednesday, about fifty delegates to the Wasntenaw prohibition county convention assembled in the court room. G . YV . Merrill, of Webster, waa elected chairman, and Prof. C. D, McLeuth, of the normal scnool, secretary. After sonie addresses, and adopting the customary resolutions, the convention proceeded to place in nomination a full county ticket, and elect delegates to the congressional and senatorial conventions, with the followiag result: County ticket- Roscoe P. Copeland, Dexter, judge of probate; Alfred II Miller, Lodi, sheriff ; Alvm Wilsey, Ann Arbor, clerk; Edward Glover, Lodi, register of deeds-S. W. Parsons, Ypsilanti, treasurer; David B. Taylor, Chelsea, piosecuting attorney; Franklyn Hinckley, Ypsilanti, cireuit court commissiouer; B. J. Conrad, Ann Arbor, and E. M. Childs, Augusta, coroners; Mr. Bain, Ann Arbor, surveyor (provided he was found to be a prohibitionïst); G. W. Merrill, Webster, representativo, Ist district; C. C. Warner, Lodi, representativo, 2nd district.