TCearly all the wool Lag chancd hands and but small quantitiesare now coming forward. We append a nearly correct statement of the parchases n.ade iu thig city : Bj W. S. M.iynnrfl, 62 500 lbg. " Stebbins fe Wilson, 35 000 ' " Bach fc Pierson, 66,0'i0 " " O. H. Millen Co., 55 006 " " W. D. Sniith, ibout 25 000 ■ " E. Porter, " 8 000 ' " E. Jiimes, " 2 5'iO " " L. James, " 5,000 ' " WeilBros., " 6 000 " C6.,i)()0 This wool has been purchased at prices ranging from 43 to 51 eents, aüd the ayerage price for the entire lot will vury but a small fraction from 47 cents, mak. ing an aggregate puid out ia our city of $124,5.50. The entire cüp of tbo county wili sum P to nearly or f all oue mülioo pounds. EP Wc leani that Adjutant Mobris - the galiant Tom of the lOth Miobigao Inf.tutry - is absent froia his post on siok lcave, and is now making a trip up the Lukes. Lieut. M. has the roputation ol being one of the best Adjutauts in the service, and we hopo that on his return his many fiieuds liere will have an opportunity to greet him (ully recovered. L=" Dr. W. F. BnnAKEY, of Whit more Loke in Ihis county, has tieen up pointed Aexistnnt Siireon di tho Sxteeníh Michigan Infantry, and leaves on Mondny next for bi post of dnty. A cood appointment. Cp We have rcceíved the August nuiuber of the Atlantic Monthly, with a readublo tuble of contenta. Among the papers are New Gymnastics, by Dio Lewis, llustrated ; Conoerning Disügreer.ble People, by the " Country Parson ;" Tlie Sam Adams Regiment, in the Town of Boston, eotitiniicd ; Life in the Open Air, by the I;ito Theodore Winthrop; My Lost Art, by W. IJ. Conway ; In War Time, hy Whittier; and Thorcau, by Emerson. $3 a yt-ar. Address TlCKNOR & Fields, Boston.