The following is the result of the alecticns in Ann Arbor and Ypsiianti : ANN ARBOR CITY- FIRST WAKD. Supervisor - John ft Miner, R, 168; Joshua G Palmer, P 31 ; Miner's majority, 147. Alderman - George LjMoore, R, 145 ; Louis C Weinman. D, 117; Charles tt Worden, P, V Moore's niajority, 16. Constable- William Elderfc, R, 160; Albert W Sorg, D, 94 ; John Bosworth, P, 14; Eldert's majority 52. BECOND WARD. Supervisor - John M Feinor, R, 195; Eugene Osterlin, D, 170; Charles L Putt, P6; Feiner's majority, 19. Alderman - Michael Grossman, R, 188; Michael Staebler, D, 17a; Herman C üarkham, P, 5 ; Grossman 's majority, 11Constable- Fred S Gakle, D, 186; August C Tesswer, R, 164; Jason W Rogers, P, 6; Gakle's majority, 16. THIRD WARD. Supervisor John J Fischer, R, 253 Otto Schroeder, D, 121 f Conrad A Buchlow. P, 7; Fischer's majority 125. Alderman - Jesse A Dell, R, 212 Clinton J Snyder, D. 163; Frederick Esslinger, P, 4; Deli's majority, 45 Constable - Zenas Sweet, R, 215 Jerry W Wal,, D, 159; Frederiok B Leach, P, 4 ; Sweet's majority, 52. FOURTH WAKD. Supervisor - Herman Krapf, R, 126; Joseph Donnelly, D, 124; Daniel Striokler P, 13; Krapf's plurality, 2. Aldermaa - Arthur Brown, D, (long term) 143; James B Willis, P, (long term) 24; Brown's majority, 119. Herbert J Burke, R, (short term) 132; William Salyer, P, (short term) 17; Burke's majority, 115. Constable - Peter Hertnhen, D, 120; Charles H Jones, R, 120; James L P MoAllaster, P, 16. Neither candidate having a majority, the choice of a constable will be made by drainwg lots at the next meeeting of the oounoil. Kll'TH W.Vlit). Supervisor - James Boyle, D, 79; Qoorge H RhodesR, 5S ; Nelson Rogers, P, 2; Boyles' majority, 19. Alderman- Thomas Godkin, 65 ; Gilbert O Efaodes, E, 65; Robert Winslow, P, 5 ; J Milton Perkins, D, 2. No majority for any candidato. Oue ballot wrongly marked, but iutended for Goddn was thiowu out. Constable - Joseph Secora, D, 89; Morris O'Connor, E, 46; Elliott Willams, P, 3; Secora's raajority, 40. BIXTH WAKD. Supervisor - Arthur J Kitson, E, 106; Hartiu J Cavanaugb, D, 60; Stephen D Allen, P, 13;Kitson's maority, 88. Alderman - Harrison Soule, R, 112; riradley M Thompson, D..52; Benjamin J Courad, P, 4; Soule's majority, 46. Constable - Samuel R Gregory, R, 16; Charles H Sohmidt, D, 4; Horace T Purfield, P, lö; Gregory's majorifcy, 55. BBVENTH WARD. Supervisoi - Ernest E Eberbacih, R] 7 ; Frederich H Belser, D, 51; Samuel G Miller, P, 6; Eberbach's majority, 20. Alderman - Horace P Dauforth, R,s ; Louis ,T Lisemer, D, 47 ; Alfonzo 8 Berry, P, 7 ; Danforth's majnrity, 24. Constable- Cl ude F Gage, R. 73; William Frey, D, 48; John H Sperry, P, 11; Gage's majority, 14. . The vote by wards on the proposition to fis the salary of the city tmasarer at $600 instead of $100 as at present, was as f ollows : YE3. First ward, 145; second, 124; third, 99; foorth, 99; öfth, 48; sixth, 90; seventh, 62- total, 667. NO. ■First ward, 112 ; second, 237; third, 60; fourth, 33; fifth, 50; sixth, 64,; seventb, 67- total, 623. Majority for the propositlon, 44. YPS1LAXTI CITY. In this city the election resulted in the choioe of H D Wells, E, for mayor, re-elected. The supervisors are eqnally divided.one democrat and oue republioan. Of the aldermen the demoorats elented two and the republicana, threft of the candidates. The next oouncil vvill thus stand sis republicaus and four democrats. Following are the winning candiates and their plnralities : Mayor, H D Wells, R, 137 ; supervisors - Sumuer Darnon,,R, 68, and J M Forsythe, D. 96; aldermau - Fred L Shafer, R, 123; George M Gaudy, R, 17; John G Lamb, D, 133; Milo B Shaffer, D, 62 ; Isaac S Davis, R, 29 ; constables- Taylor, R, 124; Rowe, D, 29.