LIBERAL CONVENTION. JTtucting ut Elmirii Ye-tcrdny--Xfce i icKel--stiÂ»tc Committee. Th Liberal Republican State vention met at Eluiiia yesterday, nominated the following ticket: Mr. Lunigau, of New York, Diedrieh VYiilers for Secretary of State. A. N. Cole, of Allegiiny, named Francis S. Tbaycr. L,. L. Buudy, ii Otsego, named Fieemau J. Fitiiiaii, who declined. On a vote Willers stood 98, 17. The nominatk n was made unanimous. Colonel Willers named Nelson Hopkins lor Comptroller Asher P. Nicholls was also , The vote stood--Hopkins, 100; Nicholls, 12. The nomination was made unanimous. Lllm U l l i U H U I U U O . The nominations of Daniel Pratt for Atton.ey General, Thomas II. Raines ior Treasurnr, James' for Canal Commissioner. Sylvanusll. Sweet for Engineer and M. K. for State "'rison Inspector followed rapidly and unanimously. The officers of the Convention made n committee to inform the nominees ot the action of the Convention, and with the usual rcsolu that body adjourned. The following is the State committee committee : Gilbert C. Deaii, John "W. Coo, Chas. W. GodcUrd, John Cochrane, F. A. Conkliug, B. A. Willis, T. Stewart, Clark Bell, Francis, Larking Chas. St. John jr., Griunell Bull, H. S. Williams, Morgam L. Filkin, James M. Gibson, W. W. Kookivell, W. H. Daniels, W. "YV. French, JJuiidy, J. C. Collins, 11. IJ. D. C. Liitlejohn, Altercl Wilkinson, A. L. Childs, M. F Shcppard, Edward J. Jones, Samuel (.'. Fabei, R. Bevnolds, A. F. Allen.