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- Who will be our next mayor? - Maple sugar 6oeiables aro in order. - B. F. Watts is a candidato for Reeorder. - High school junior exhibition this evening. - Mayor Soiith will probably be renominated. - Recorder Clark is a candidate for re-nomination. - Col. Ingersoll at the O pera House tomorrow evening. - D. Cramor, Esq., has been appointed executor of the estáte of the late James Treadwell. - Prosecuting Attorney Emerick was elected Captain of CompanyA on Monday evening. - Jacob Haller removed his stock of jewelryMarch '20 to store first south of National Bank. - Winter'8 accumulation of dirt is being removed from the streets and carted to the court house yard. - J. Q. A. Session3 has removed his law and insurance office to the office formerly occupied by i). Cramer, opposite the Gregory House. - The treasury of St. Thomas temrjerance benevolent society was augmented in the sum of $51 by the lecture of Rev. Dr. Riley of Detroit, on Sunday evening. - Aside from the flying of the stars and stripes from the block of Supt. of the Poor Duffy, thore was no indication that St. Patrick's day differed froui any other oue of the week. - As Justice Frueauff was wending his iray honievard on 3Ionday eveningand hadreached West Liberty street, a citizen of the second ward disohargeda revolver ''- dog. The cartridgo struck a tree and glanoed, passing within a few feet of the justice 's body. - On the 12th of March 42 years ago Gottleib Schwabe of Basle, Switzerland, died and was buried in the Germán burying ground west of tnis city. He was the first missionary who died in this country. Lastyear bydirecti.ou of Rev. Frederick Schmidt, a new tombstone was erected over his grave. - Williara Osius assaulted Alfred H. Holmes in Pittsfield on the 2öth of November. He was arrested for the offence and to accommodate him the case was adjourned from time to time, on his recognizance. At the last date for appearing he failed to show himself. On Monday he was taken before Justice Beahan and gave bail in $100 to appear when wauted. - On Thursday night of last week Mra. William Breakey, wife of Dr. Breakey, died after an illness of a week of sipelas, aged 39 years. Tho deceased was un active and prominent merubor of the M. E. church, and held in high estitnation by an extended circle of acquaintanee. Funeral services took place on Sunday afternoon, a largo number of friends and neighbors gathering at her late residence to pay their farewell respecta.