We present herewith a portrait of Glen V. Mills, our present city elerk, who will undoubtedly be renominated by his party, and possibly indorsed by the democratie party. Mr Mills is one of the hustling young me of our city. As a directory' publisher he has gained the reputation of sivin Ann Arbor and Ypsilanti a better d rectory than any other city of thei size iu the country. As city clerk, h has kept the wórk óf his office right u to date, and in first-class slyle in every respect. Mr. Mills is a youiig man burñ and raised in and near Ann. Arbor. He has made his own way against difficulties that would have discouraged most young men, workiog his way through the Ann Arbor High school, and also two years in the Lniversity. He is thoroughly posted on the city business, and the varions members o'f the committees of the city conncil for the last two years will bear witness that he has been a most competent and ellicient help to them. In the clerk's odice he has always endèavored to accominodate those having business there, even at inconvenience to himself, and his unfailing good tpmper has made him very With the patrons of the oilice.