M.A. Daugherty, Democratic State Convention Committee
YOUNG MEN'S DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. The Convention organized in the 1 lieatrft, on Tuesday the 28th inst., by- callingA. G. TIIURMAN, of Ross to the Chair, pro tern., and appointing H. ROBISON, of Morgan Secretary pro tern. On motion of C. J. McNiiLTY, A committee of the following gentlemen was appointed by the Chair, to draft an address and resolutions, nnd report thorn to this convention. T. J. Morgan orCo'liinftiiana, James ljnrker of Licking, J. K. Miller. tf. Knox, A. Guthrie of Alien, Dr.'GriswoTd^bfI-TctawAv. Mr. Mc! Mc! Kec of Ross, T. J. On- o. Cniwford, W. i Sawyer, and D. Smith of Montgomery, ' and Jno. E. Dalton of Clinton. ! On motion of T. J. MORGAN, j A cotnrnitteK of the following gentle- j men was appointed, to report the names j of suitable persons to fill permanently the ! officers of this convention. ??? D. Plait of Hamilton, J. H. McFarland of Butler, Dulazon Smith of Montgomery, T. J. S. Smith of Miami, J. D. lluffu'r of Al- Ion, M. M. Mcdtiry of Franklin, Andrew H. Pete i son of Delewure, Mr. Cox ofj Uichland. F. J. Zimmerman of Knox. L. J. Haughcy of Licking. Augustus Hall of Union, Willis Hragg of Mucking, J. D. Williumson of Warren, M. A. Daugherty of Fuirfiold. Alexander McGinnis of; Ross. A. C. Mfdnry of Clermont, S. R. Hosmcr of Morgan, John Crudlebaugh, ?????? Armstrong, Elias Grave of Franklin Franklin and J. B. Steedmanof Henry.