At tbe Manchester charter elec;ion Monday the yonng nien's ticket gave the old oitizens' ticket a close rub, and eleoted Fred Steincohl, president; C. W. Case, treasnrer; ïenry Townsend, assessor. The citizens' ticket elected Adam J. Wnrster, 3. S. Sagalan, Howard Clark, as trusees, and Charles E. Lewis, clerk. Tbe Dnndee village eleotion resnlted as follows: Ou citizens' ticket, assessor, H. A. Wilkerson; village ticket, president, Nathaiel Newell ; clerk, ïerbert G. Drew ; treasurer. David G. Wison ; trustees, James S. Porter, C. F. 3. Long, M. B. Johnson. The Chelsea village election was clusely contested and resnlted in the triumph of the oitizens' ticket over the workingmen's tioket, the vote being as 'ollows: President, William Bacon 235, William P. Schenk 194; cleik, William D. Aruold 240, Samuel Mapes 184; trustees, Harmon H. Holmes 238, Solla S. Armstroug 233, Gotfried Grau 230, E. A. Williams 185, Jobo B. Cole 189, Miohael Stafïan 189; treasurer, Theo. O. Wood 190, George A. Begole 235; assessor, H. L. Woed 183, Bernard Parker 240. At the election in Dexter the republican ticket came out on top, eleoting ?eter Reider president, John W. Bailey clerk, Thomas French assessor, Fred S. Alley treasurer, John L. Smitn, lames Page and A. S. Yost trustees. Mr. Bailey's name was oii both the republicau aud union tickets and there was uo oppositiou to hiui. In Saline the struggle was between a Corporation ticket and a young ruen's ticket. They divided the houors, the young men getting the first three officers and the corporationites electing the trustees. President, George Nissly; clerk,, George Lutz; assessor, A. VanDnser; trustees, H. J?ish, E. A. Hauser aud George Schroen. At Milan the people's ticket was elected as follows: President, Chas. Wilson ; clerk, Milton W. Hitohcock; treasurer, ;Milton H. Haok; assessor, Nelsou Rioe trustees, Charles . lett, D. W. Hitcheock and C. M. Blackmei.