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s task, the meeting was addressed by Jno. A. Campbell, Esq., of Washington county, a member of the Convention. After he concluded, Committee reported, "with entire unanimity," through A. Judson Crane, Esq., the following list of candidates: For Mayor--Dr. Chas. S. Mills. For City Sergeant — Thos. U. Dudley. For City Attorney — Raleigh T. Daniel. For Assessor — Dabney M. Miller. For Collector — Julius A. Hobson. For High Constable — John H. Digges. For Grain Measurer — Thos. F. Butler. For Gauger — Richard Fox. For Superintendent Gas Works--John. J. Fry. For Superintendent Water Works--J. L. Davis. For Superintendent Streets--Micajah Bates. For Superintendent Poor-House--Richard Reins. --which, if we remember rightly, completed the list. With the exception of Mayor, High Constable, Grain Measurer, and Superintendent of the Poor-House, the present incumbents have been re-nominated. The "Star-Spangled Banner" was next announced, the leader