The red ribbon club of this city held their clectioD of' officers at their rooms in the opera house on VVeduesday evenins. Thero was a strong desire od tho part of John Sehuuiacher not to bc re-olected, so that ho could devote hÏH time to soine othcr branoh of the work, but the club would not [iston to it, and gave hiui a nionth's reinase from duty, and unanimously re-eleoted him. Uvcr soine of the offices there was a lively contest, but all was taken in good part, and showed that there was much interest in the organization. The following was tho sucou.shíuI ticket : PreRldcnt John Schumacher. ut vlco-presldeul Chus. M. Jones. 2d " " Fred Ensliniser. 8d " Ueo. Woods. Koeretary Honry Luubeugayer. Flnauclal Secretary B. J. Ctmrad. Treasurer Orvllle F. Vebtor. Stewurd Wm. Coupland. lst marahal Zenus Sweet. jd ' David FiRher. Hergant-at-arms - Wra. Caraplon. Jaultor - Wm, Flshor. It was resolved to give up the rooms in the opera house, and the second story of the store next south of the opera house owned by 8. P. Jewctt, was rented for the coming year. The chango will effect a saving of $300 per year, the present rent being $400 per year. The treasurer, in his report stated that there was at present a balance of $79.00 in the treasury and all bilis paid.