juncal School Meeting. - Those 1,0 have an interest in the schools sbnulil not fail to attend the anmial nleting :it the Court House nest Monjayut li p. m. pg" The Ann Arbor Soldiers' Aid Society shipped to the Chicago Sanitary Comuiission, Aug. lst, the fullowing artieles: Iwo boxes hospital clothinsr, &c , and iCaskhoiled Cider, valued ut $203 33; 14, 1 Gask Pickels, valued ut 510. S. W. HuNT.Vieo Pres. Ibut sterling periódica] the Ec krjic Magazine for September has fuiind ts wuy on our tabla and is full ol nteresting matter It cjiitains a (all page steel portrait of lïon. Luïiier Bradisu, President of the New Yol k Historical Society, and President of the American Bible Society It is a read;ible nurnber. $5 a yeai', addrest ff. H. Bidwecl, N. Y. gp We have recoived Part XXXIV of iha Kebelion Record contuining portraitj of Muj. Gea. Bjbbówioï and Gen. 0. 0, HuWAiti). Fiity ets. a inontly part. Chas. T. Evans, general agent, 448Broadvvay,.N. Y. EP Pettrsons Magazine for Oeto ber has been recei ved, laden as usual wjth interesting matter lor the Lidies. Peterson a always out on time. $2 a ayenr, address T. B. Peteiison, Phila. fiT We have reeeived the July uurnber of the London Qunrterly Review, containing the following table of con ■tenta : The Resources and Future of Austria. Natural History of the Bible. Glacial Theories. Our Culoiiial System. Washingtnu Irving. Mojiera Spiritualisuj. Sacred ïrees and Flowers. Roba di liorna. The Nile.- Speke and Grant. . $3 a year; The four Reviews and Blackviood's fïO. Address Leonard öcott & Co., 38 Walker Street N. Y.