Campiiell, A. B., Captain Seveuteeuth Michigan Infantry. This Poem.neatly printed by A. W. Chask, f tliis city, was recited on " Class Day," May 31st last, at which time our readers will remember we spoke of it in eommendatory terms. I( relates evento observed by the Captain in the progress of liis regiment, and in a mamer that brings them vividly before the reader. It is much above the average of College or lecture-room poeme, and promises au honorable future tor its author. We presume it is to be found ou sale at the Book Storrs. JEJS" Our " souud and reliable" fiiend, Col. W. 8. Bsoivs, who lias of late years been regulating Chicago, and the country thereabouts, is now rusticating among hia old neighbors in tlii ciiy. Ue ia looking as Hiough Chicago water and Chicago odors asree with liis phyicl liealth. ■- - - i -air - - - - CST Tho Fall term of tho sevcral Public Schools of this city opens on Monday next. Prof. Lawtok retain.s liis positlou as Superintendent and Principal of the High pchool, and the soveral vacancies havo been filled with experienced teachers. S Wc quote Wool, 57a59 cents , WnEAT_oid- White, ?1 email@example.com; Re;I,}1.50 @l.üü; new, all aroatid J1.40; Potatoes 30Öil0cts. ; BiriiüB, 20@22 Eqgs, 16.