-Lieut. Gilluly, fourcitv, known to our citizens as a entlenwn possetssed of the ability and er„yto rnake a good officer, has enrod &e service of his country, and is clively engaged ia eidisting a company [ort, llth Michigan Cavalry. By „rolling under him a liberal bounty nlboeecured and the druft certainly jioided. y A Soldier8' aid festival will be teld in the grove near the Carpenter foao house in Pittstield on Saturday (de 26th inst., at 12o'clock M. to wl.ich tbecitiztns of Ann Arbor aod vicinily jrecordially invited to attend. Mrs. E. W. Whitimore, Sec'y. Soldier' Aid Society. ryThe October nutnber of the pimental Monthly is on hand with a ndical but readable list oí papers.- Hod. R. Walkkr has two papers, Jeflerson Davis- Kepudiation, Recognition and Slavery;" and "American Finance and Resourcef. Hon. F. P. Sustos a paper upon "The Restora. tionof the Union;" and J. Ssiith Homans nne upon ''Curreney and the National Finances." Beeides there are ome racy sketches and stories. $3,00 t yar; two copies $5.00. Address John F. Trow, 50 Green St , N. Y. - ii - ■■■ - Godeft Ladt'i Book for October is a gallery of art and faehion, and basa tableof contents above the average- considerable lo say for a magaine with po high an average. Now is tbe time to think of clubbing for the wmiDgyear. 3.00 a year; two copie $5; three copies $6; four copies $7; íre for $10, and an extra one to the getter up of tbe club. Address Louis A. Godey, 323 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. -Godey and the Argos for $3.50. The Continental Monthly anDounces that Edmund Kiuke, author of "Amone; the Pines," &c, and until recentfy one öf the EJitors of that Magazine, ia prepaved to raake engagements for lactures during the coming lecturo ísasoD. Subject : "The Southern Whites." He can be addreeeed " caro o( Continental Monthly, New York " Associations of the radical stripe will make a noto.