-Gold dropped in New York on Wednesday 8 cents, closing dull at 30 3-4. ín Detroit $1,40 was asked tor No. 1 white wheat, and only $1,38 offered. $1 20 offered for No. 1 red, on street. Our buyers offer $1,30 ior No. 1 hita, aod $1,13 for No. 4 red. Wool comes íorward in very small Jod, and is not looking lip. Uur buyWswere offering yesterday from 60 to 5c. If gold stays down, wool cannot o up - mucb. jp3j" The 47th setni-annual examiMrticm oí "The MTissesOiark's School" jato tftke place on the I6th and 17th ÍDít. The programraeoí exercises was received too late for ínseitkm in this issue. Lg" Col. H. H. Jeffeubs, oT tTie 4th Michigan Iofantry, was killed jn the. lattle of Friday last, by a bayonet' thruít. Col. J. entered the service aR Lioutenant in Co. K, under Captain ' Crank, and has worked himself up to the command of the regiment. His lióme was at Dexter, in this county, and Üi losa is severely feít by our coraraunity. "We shall gïve another week more lengthy notice oí his rcihtary cireer. __. " In the ñames of the killed at íbe battle of Qettysburg, we notice those of Capt. Geoege C. Moqk and Lieut. Amos M. Ladd, of the First Michigan Infantry, both citizens of our city. We are without any particulars of Iheir fate, but will warrant that they íell iñ the gallant discharge of their dntieti Jf37 We Invite attention to a cominiinicaiion in another column from the President of the Soldiers' Aid Society f this city, relativo to the putting up ot fruits, vegetables, etc , for the use of our sick eoldiers. Now ia the time to attend to this matter.