-The pro&pects of our Wool ígrowera realiziag higher prioes bíve not improved any sinee our last. Iu fact prices have materially and disagroeably fallen off íq consequence of the suceesses ofour armies íq all direetions. Our 'buyers are offering frovn 55 to 60c, and J)ut vcry little is coming forward. E3T ThëFmi Press of the 16th ■quotes Wheat, No. 1 white, $1.25, No. 1 red, $1.10 with no sales and no inquiry. J3L" Ballou's Bollar Monthhj Magaaine, ■íor August, is on our table. It is really ■One of the most rcadable Magazines of the day. playear. Address Elliott, Tiiomes & Talbot, Boston. EP We are indebted to the author lor a copy of " Dr. Chase 's Recipes; or Information for EveryboJy,'" tenth edition, handsomely printed from tereotyped platos, and bonnd in gilt and ein"bossed covers. With the revisión and ■additions to the work brought out in this edition the Dr. considera it perfected. It coutains about 800 practical recipes, many of them really vnluable. Pubüshed by Chase & Stelle, Ann Atbor, L3L" Tli-e Metlwdist, an independent ïeligious journal, bist one of the best in the interest of the Methodist Episcopal Ehurch, commenced its fourth year on the llth inst. It is a large and haadsomely printed quarto, and' its several departinents are ably edited. The foreign eoírespondenoe wilt compare favorably with any of the secular journak of the metropolis, and the miscellaneous news, commercial and market depart wents rnake it a valuablo family paper $2 a year, in advance. Address Pub Hsher3 of the Methodist, 11 i Nassau Street, Nw Yurk. 8" The Grand Trunk Railway of Canada has made such a reduction of fares for the season as must give it a large share of business travel, and incite a large run of pleasure travel. Excursión ticktes are sold from Detroit to River do Loupe a:d return for $24, - This point is 120 miles below Quebeo, and excursionista will see uil the grand scenery of the St. Lawrence. To Portland and return for 25, to Boston and return for $25, passengers having the privilege of going via Montreal, White Mountains, Island Pond, and Portland, and rcturning via Lowell, Ooncord, Burlington and Ogdensburg. Excursión tickets good to Nov. lat 1363, giving abundanco of time both for business and pleasure. ïhis arrangement entitles Mr. Brydges, the Mauaging Director, to the thanks of the business and pleasure secking public. Tickets can be obtained of Messrs. Slocoi & Thompson, Agcuts, 134 Jtfferson Avecue, Detroit. gígr &200 trot is to come off toraorrow on tho County Fair Ground, between "Minnie," owncd by N. G. Davis, Of Jackson, and " BHly llatch," owned by Mr. Mosher, of Detroit. To trot in harness. Horses start at 2 P. M. - Admission 25 cents; Ladics freo. LS" We are requested to say tha' the announcement made to tta Alumni Oonvention that the Library and Museums had been ordered closed was "a fictinn nnt founded on faot," and that both library and museums were open the uptial nutnber of hours. We regret that we oannot say that the chapel was also open.