Our brother J.AÜED Pond, for the last two years in our cmploy, has dropped stick and rule, shouldered the musket and left for the scat of War. He is a Sergeant in Co. A, Oapt. Baruy, Stock - ton's Independent Regiment. We can say in li is behalf tliat he will never euecumb to any thing but disease, and not to that if will will save him, and that officers and comrades will lind him true as steel, diseharging his duty at all times, in season and out of season. JG2L" We have received the 4th number of the "History of the Southern Rebellion." It eontains the South Carolina "Declaration of Causes," and other important public papers. This serial promiees to be a faithful "history of the rise and progres3 of the febellion," and wil! be of permanent value. Published weekly at 10 cents a number, by James D. Touret, 13 Spruce Street, N. Y. L3? The üctober number of Petersorfs Magazine brings a beautiful steel engravmg, "The White Lady of Avenel," the usual fashion and embroidery plates.and araadable table of contents. $2 a year; threa copies $5. Addrcss Chas. J. Peteeson, 306 CheUnut Street, Philadelphia. IJST" Godey comes to us for October bringing evidence Ihat tho "tight times" has not fastened its grip upon thi caterer for Ihe ladies. "Go it Rolla" is a gem of a picture, the doublé page colored faehion platewill taketheeyes of the ladies, and i the other embellishments are numerous good, wbile the literat ure must be read to be appreciated, and it will be raad . $3 a ycar; three copies $6. Address L. A. Godey, 323 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. J5S" Cnpt. De Golyek, of the Michigan Fourth, who was taken prisoner at Buil Eun, and made good hia escape from Richmond, has been in our City since Wednesday enlisting reoruits for his Regiment. If any of the young men in this vicinity wish active, immediate service they can join Co. D. Capt. R-oídolph, or any other Oompany in the Reg iment by applying to Capt. D. immediatcly at Cook's Hotel.