The board of supervisors this year will contain eight new faces. It is more strongly democratie than last year, the democrats having gained a supervisor in Manchester and Lima, and lost one in the fourth ward of Ann Arbor. The board now stands 17 democrats and 11 f"épublicans. A list of the members of the board, the new ones being in italics, is given below: Ann Arbor city: First ward, John R. Miner, R. Second ward,Eugene Oesterlin, D. Third ward, James Kearns, D. Fourth ward, George H. Pond, R. Fifth ward, Thomas Speeehley, R. Sixth ward, Evari II. Scott, R. Ann Arbor town, Charles Brown D. Augusta, Samuel S. Bibbins, R. Bridgewater, George Wakers, D. Dexter, Thomas McQuillan, D. Freedom, Michael A Ibcr, D. Lima, Walt er II. Danccr, D. Lodi, Michael Sage, D. Lyndon, Thomas Young, D. Manchester, Wiltam Chase, D. Northfield, Frank Duncan, D. Pittsfield, M. F. Case, R. Salem, Frank Wheelcr, R. Saline, Edward DePuy, D. Scio, Fredjedele, D'. Sharon, W. B. Osbo'rne, D. Superior, Peter T. GUI, D. Sylvan, James Gilbert, R. Webster, Edwin Ball, R. York, Alfred Davenport, D. Ypsilanti town, John L. Hunter, R. Ypsilanti city: First district, D. Edwards, R. Second dist., James H. Forsyth, D.