The Chelsea Fair on Thursday and Frlday last is reportad is a snccess. The IJ Kirtl of Supervisors conunences 11 anuual sessiou ou Moud&y next, Oct. 14th. - The letter irom J. HL Wiif.f.i.f.r, In thls Argus, will be foninl espectdlly inter estiii};. We 1ftve DOtber already In hand - The Chroniclt iiuitn.itcs that Dr. Cock kr hi's been offered the prlncIpalBblp of the. public school at Frankfort, Benzle couuty. "Sncli la lame." - Rev. K. II. Chapín, of New York, one of the most celebrated pulpit and platforjn orators of the ire, is announced íor a loctare In Detroit tne coming lectnre easoo. Gant the S. L. A. niake au engagement with him.? Iv. Cahter, oí Ypsilanti, a colored Gkkki.ev man, is to speak at the Couit House tliis erenlug, ftud will ive reason for the faith ttmt is in him. Mr. Cartkr lias been campalgulog in Indiana, Kentucky, and Tennesee. At a meeti uz of the lïosents of the Unlveisiiy on Mondaycveninsr.Prof. DOogu pivsentcd to the Uniyersity 20 photoaraphs ut views in Athens, the interior oí Qrecce, (ind In Kome, Which were nccepted witli ttianks, orderei) Irainetl and placed in the museum. - Theflrst. ninnber of the ncw Chronide i out, and ives promise that lt Is lo be as f.)icy, critical oi the autliorlties, nnd liypocritica! asever. Well,boys will bc boys uutil tlicy attain unto a beard and wisdom. It has been redaced to $'3 a ycar, and ought to have au iMcreased subscilptiou at that figure. - The Chronicl pnts in aplea for rushes, pumplngs, etc, and don't want "president and lacuHy" to iuterfere with them.lor fear ■of "becominc impopular and distasteful to studente." Will ihe OhrenioU also approve the catcalis, wad throwlng, etc, wliich convert the rimpel into anything save a p'are of worship, as one of the "enstoms lo whlch student have become atiached and to which human nature is proneV We hope not. lts words of rebuke should be plaia and direct.