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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - April 27, 1864, Allegany, New York                                 NV  ^^ l^ttbimhecT ^cry WbKESDAiqf^it tho Vil-  ;Ang-HicA; Albany County,' N. Y,  ' ;' TBEfe^two BoHars ivithin tho  JTearf^or^fwo DQilara aiKl FiftjrCtenta  mt the Expiration of the Year.  • No 'papur discontinued «ntil 'all arrcar* ¡iges aro pi»t<l, unices at the 6ption of the .Publisher.  , cxecutcd Willi ncatno^s aiul di^natch-  0. R DICKiySOiV,. EDITOR AND PR0P1ÌIET0R.]  ViJL. XXV1I.-^N07 44J  A^yCA, ALLI^GANY CO. N. V./m¿NESl>AV MÒRNÌN^^^ APRIL 27, 1804.  UOKNKLLSVILLR. AGENCY.  iEtna Insmvmce Company,  _ II-VBTFOrvI), CONNECTICUT.  . ,4AUTF0RD INSUllANCE COMPANY, IIahtioud, Connecticut, t /hcarpcraící/18lO--(7tíj3Í((i  . .ÎPUŒNIX INSURANCE COMPANY,  II'grifoni. CmacclSciit. ' ...............  Ltcorfcrutcà ISó-l—Gifikil, 8400,000.  Tomothor.  CT NIANXi..'  - For tho Reporter.  CUT FriiE TICSUliANCE COMPANY, Citjnial $CoO,OCO.  [•'■.■■■ NKW YDUK CITY. , Incorj)oratcd 1Capital $200,000.  fiORTII AMEnrCANn^URANCR COMPANY. iiarironl.Connectictil—Uaintal $300.000.  ;ilNEMNG.LAND TN^U^RANCBCOMFANYv.....  ilartford, Connecticut—CapUnl SCO 000."' t .lasuraiico can Im i'ij'-.ctod Avltli tlic Fvibscvlber . in- the aboro oKl csfaUlslicd Stocl; Companies, on bwollln^p, Stores, Chnrolios. Faclnvicii, 1'fU'PDiial ^roporly, kc.. on term? as.favovairic hp olhcr re-Bponsiblo instituiior!??. Any inmniirinca'-inns nd  Motliw, sleep sw-notly. Thou hast ffoa __ _ -ApcartTviwfliT—Au inlmortnl crown Rcflcctsiha light ffom yonder Ibrono--Tbou knouoEt jjie joys of Ikavcn lUiho own. llapt ihou a» Anpor» lovcjf fom ■  0! como and lull Ihe grlcl most tvild, WlnchTRcks bbsoni of lliy cliHd^^  prompt attoution. March S lSG3~i:dlj  J. C. MILLER, Agent.  Bio Bo eöäfölf  •SüRßSON & iSSPEMEtl  iPermaEéntly Lccalcd £it I^iendskip, N^ Y.  7'iion didst pass tbrcugh tbis valo of tears, PHy t'ly cbild, and ca5?o Iho- smart fitmy poor \vonnded br<'l«nr-heart.  f-brc Jiast kiioAvh the bietcr woo Which cUistcrs round i!ic patli I\go— TIio (cars of blood wbicii I have i-hed Sincc tbou hast shiinbercd \vUU the dead.  O, could I ns in days of yore, Mjr grief into thy bo3on\ j[>onr, TFy loving smile \vouid chcer my heart, Thy soothing words bid griefdoptrt. Mothe", d(>ar mother como to-night, rtrnw back the curliiin, let the liijht From yonder throne transfn^e my soul,  ÍÍOUO Ihrongli wcvy cumpui<ii), ami lui^-been in every bat,tic at tlie West • Ilo Avcnt throiiííii tlicni all, laughitifi uiul'jolly an over; always in front/and always fnìl of fun J- aiul lias never been toncli(^d by a bullet, novor been «îck a day. Whiit a  ouM|..r noyor mck a day. \\ hut a .bc^i'-inj; tli(>in nil to tal^(; nti'inloreat in bi« Afteu thio 1 had Fin  _bndjet_ot x^iLl.have to toll. witervi .vt-Hare. -ilTaf iraveer Tlhe O^y^^^ aTd when iny  fi'ióíid tbe'MaJíír roibrred mo to tils inotlv-  the war is over! They will last him unti bo dies nf old age, for nothing: cIho can kill, him."  "Wheti do yon snppoiie _tliû war Viill be over. Major?" ^ " -  "Whon it is ended, nrv bov."  "Ah! AVell, what becaníé of the''Only son'?" .  Aöd \iholo; -----  Amt)n;jf the sixty a stfuit, hoallliy,  D  R. C. P. CARVííR. over thií S'ór-oi' S.N. lîcnnett  1>é"r'pi. l)c!'.tAl rooms!  & Co.—ill Bmiti! Oavis' lUock, Ai»vro!ica. N. R.-'-l have no Pavtui.T, I3mf Anirdica April II, 18G3,  AMianOAN^lIOTEI^ ^ ___:____JieUn-o-ut, --------  L. W. ROLYEN, - - . - . PnOPRIETOPt.  fill!rS'boTeT hag been thoroiigiiiy ronovnfod, re--S: paired and iiev.iy furaishcd, and is now open, ed n  " FIR ST CL A8S F UB L IC II 0 US E.  ihe patronage of the public is.policited. The proprietor will hpuro no pains in vendoring the .\mku-  airtliose who may Citvor liim wiili tboTr castoni. Passcageri; coaveyed to aud Irom the cars free  tjfTchairgir." ..............— -....... -............-  Jiilyi, 18G2, • pdGml'JO:?  . C Motel©  The Subf.eribor having puicbnpcd the above . weU-linò\Vii Estil)lii!ni(.'i)t, ia detcrinined. jhat uo pains oa hi», part fhall be Spared to ^tcader ita pleasant lime to the wearp Trav.hr — ■ Public pfttronaj-e U solicited. - Bpccial attention Will be given :>) Pleasure and Wedding Parties, ior which this Motel has been «y l\uuòu;^. Price.-will bo raade-io correspond with the time?.  TitKODOKi; ()Livi:n. North fide the Park, Angciicn, Apr. 20, lSt;4. 13:Ulf . ' ■ ___________ _____  ST.: ROCTTKSTEIt . T. ISAAC Ali Li:Y fi CO., l'ro;»'rs.  TUIS Uou.-e.has j(i.-t bceu coiDplttely repaired and.newly farr.i-^hc.l. iJ -« i.i-.v al.^o been introduced-iiito all th(? piine'jv.il Uoonjs^—nliogether inakin':! it an completo, in k\\ ;tf= appointiueuts as ivay IlHu.«e in Wt stern New York.  U«rihò.=tei\.S.pt. 1, ISC'Ji 09  Ah! cow, yep, 7ioto I feel theo near, iîufh! earthly disccrd, while I liear Tlie vo'cc wliich Rondy tell.? (he way IVlrc!! lenii« to Heaven'.« nuclouded day,— "Your Sai ior diank ihe cup of woo. You 1 read the iVUh !:e bd bolow, T-o-//î)!r.^rlutii]Th in't OÎÏ 111^= lh:ono God loadclh you î.<y patlis unknown."  "Prcrr, nn ilivon-ii sorrcw, gjit'f and feare; Etcrrtr^ loveuwivrds ybiir toa'rs. Do not despair, or jiekl to g4octú, ' ' EterRahHiVrTprM^rfroTn thST^^^ >iy child, Temcinib-r th;ii each tear You fhc'J in woe,, is parncrtd here. For ;yoi< (ho only way to Hrav.en Mu.-'-t be tl rough Forr W' He has given. West Clark.«vi 11 e. A pri 1 i:-!, J 8GI. '  ""YoiiTiadiietter Ayk bin mother."  And thereby hans>-a st tale.  The Foriytlnrd was of |.^aih7,LHlat a pori* od of g-roat eiithiiaiasm, and in every cn-thu.sjastie neig-hborhooj. Nolionntios'were riiwb'd, and Ilio n;nrinit;nt liad tlio pick <>( the bost men of tiiroe or foiir countii>s. The n.'Cinit.s came in literally in drrive.'!, and tho nr.ixiriiniii standard \va.s reached within sii; wcekis. One day,^over.BÌX-ty men HÌgiied ihe Voll at Cr.ptiun Bibb'« ol'iioe; for he was a very popular mai), and had proved an excoffent oÀicer, niitil ho rcceivéd a mortal v/ound at thciti'corid battio of Juck-.son. "Jlórt sur le chanq) d' hmnUii''"' bhonld  [VVÍÍOLE NO. 1,395.  Legal Aiiy«tih»iti^<i ¿awnrf m  Tbc»o Tetta» nnft tnU wiU ..k«' to, aná eeiUeioenUfl fer^ttcsM «m i  10!!;>TS wo lomuh.od in cuni'), fhi.s | a down piod recrtiitu for bis companj'.— ^.vo^•.an^^!out^ mothrr appcarod to oi-onpy ¡irr^ also brou.£?ht "Several bo.X(>.s ,of ¿ood  all bfn- tinjo in wming lotter.s to tho O'vñ* eral Cojntnaudiiii!;, to .inr (.'olont 1, and to other olHciirs, inqiufinii about AmotJ, and  TlioT'ToTisoquoi'iòeTvaH, ihat tlió Oidy .Son vvai! fcequevitly ealled uptohcad fjuarlers ftn' e:cplanatioii!=!, and waa Kub-jocted to visiti! froin dìsintoit'sted frìendii and otlu r-i, tiU of" wbioii atinnyr-d hìm i;-roatly; and lie'pra.vod most dovout-ly tiiat the rr-j^inipnt-mi.'^lit ln'T,0T)t iiilo thr iiold. Tho old lady, noi ¡r-'iliii;,'ninc'i rnu-  'n dstìirhrTfvfn^tWii >d"u [ìrriTt'ho cTiap. lain fíf (!io reg-iiiiont, a woll-moaniii.«;' man, but rathof; too oriciou^*. Tlio Only »Sou  wn;> thon luirod tratet«,  with a iiiuiilpìii'iiy of ÌTnirìxl—KtiTlTr'Tl  Mi—tr-nn-rl—fîtirnat TTiÌTT" 1 ¡ ili .rolled i!p in hiiv fetivok  atìd onuveyod to hiin by  fi'iio-lookm.o; youth of niuoloon, w(-!l r;ìn-oatod, atid ovou aceomplisho 1. Aiiio^ Li^f forti? was well-known in tho nei|;-hbot hoo(l, and v.-as re;.iardiìd as a g'reat accoH.sinu to tho Company.  As ho leit-the oflice, he eaid to Captain  kuapsadí in iii.s boot.^ all Korld of sun-c[5titiou.'i molhod.s, eoil-tainiiij;- waniinos a^^aiiKsl, iiilomporanco and i;-ainblinj;', inquines! why he Was hast-<'ni}ig- <V>wn-t(j the- ]»it, " why "bo 'did' not Rook tlio ijonl.otc. Altor carry i do; on thi.s KkiruHshiiii;' lor souiotimo, tlio ('hajilain ailvancod his coUnnup, and prococdcd to take Iho Only 8on by storm, entoritii;- lih tont, ho fja^'t? ji^iiîj u  «a'îd~11ÎTrt Ti'ô ÍKul c()ini! ior tho pnrposo oí pray in;;- v/ilh h;;!i. "!'or yonr.-^, Mr. Lolw crt.s," Kaiil ho, "is a ca.st.! )){?<;nlu!ily ro-  (piii'in,^' iiiy caro, as yna aio the o:¡ly «on of your. moth(;r, aiul .she i.i a widow!'' ■ Tlio Only hiou Bliui^li'.i'iied himiirlf up, and Iiis iiiKshed face l.u;lokonod bolli iríorti-lioathHi and indÏTnaliôn. '"(;iiaph.iu," saV.l ho, "th.- old ladv has "1 i;u;>poao mothor Will take on torribly h-, n ¡ "i;-;!,..- h ),•) lo tljis. Nov,-, 1 al) Uli my u'oi'i-, but hIio may as wdl n;ò-1 um:.1 a'oh to" iiV,.; t ;,\iid th..: Í 'as  oisodo lior.solf to it; for Í dou'l in(<Mid to j miu-h rofrpnot ior rcii-ion as ai.v tuan, but lotthi.s inio.Ji <r,Miinl(;r ifIcandoanylhin;^-iin hear ;uiymoro of thiii I'll  tn h( Ip it. I shouhl feti miv.ii as a du^^ it | as it's a-'am^t ù.-^oM-lhi • <<> break  tulio t..',) dl ink,' - I will, by  What Then ?  After the j.-y<5 of earlli. After the ."ioug-g of mirth. After its houra of sight, After it,« dreams so bright—  WiattUen?  Only an rmpty naice, Only ^ weary frame, Only a conKcious smart, Only an aching heart.  After this empty name,  ............After this wrary frame; : ........  After this con.'^cious smart,  ........iSjCfv.- 5!V,J1U!J.,,. IKUUl.^r......- .......  What thoni  Only ti sad farewell,  Toa word loved too well J  Only G fiilent bed ^  With tha forgotten dead.-  After this pad farewell To a word loved too Vvel!; After this silent bid NVith the for::otten dead—  What then!  Ixoin the Neu- Vörie Mercury.  THE " ONI,¥ SON."  BV J. STAN'LEViilENnERSON.  i Klayod at homo whilo .all tho í'oHowh ur(î | vour head, i'll  iioiri;.,'-to iiííht. Tho (,ld lady is wo!! ciion^íh | d(jvc!"'  At la.st, Mr:  Ihln^'i-.s wbicii hi.s mother had prepared for hiu), on wbicb (be •"bf)ys" of the Forly-third fonatoli foi' a wctí'k  er for information concerning him, I dcoi-dodly objocteil to ap}dyiní?-dtí> ber. - - , _ "AVelT,'^ "«aid the Major, "bo continued to bo k(iown,,and willjio, a.n lo»^ ûs.béis-in tho Army, na th.o Only Son. Ilia moth-or gradually booamo-rctuudled  TìcuUios (if cotnuiunication inereñsful; but hor anxioly wa.s ro notorious, that Bome íícoundrci Kuoccodod in fiv.'indlitig bor out, ofn oonsidorablo t;um of monoyj on the  prolebciriliat ho wan wonndod and needed it. After that, rdie 'ccomod more ro-ni)inod to bor fate. Captain LolTorts bolp-(d to carry me off the iiold when I was la.st,Wonndod. lie was well,.and hearty, and as brave as ever. After the- 0h;itta-noog-a tig-ht, I saw in a newspaper i-oport, that Uaptaifi Amo.s fjcfl'orts, known ns the Only Sun, bad greatly distií^vnishcd him-noli", and was roccmmondod lor promotion I cut ont tho »'lip, and fjont it lo bin moth= -vx,- She- wiU-lmve^ reasott-ttr be protninof hor boy v;!ieu ho '^ooñ homo."  What if tho Clothes Take Firo?  olí, and lia.s Do nocd (;f mo. But I warn y(v,i, C;i].)t:un Bibb, ihat..sho will como down on you Ilk«; tho wolf on tbo fiM."  Captain lÜbb así^mccl him that ho was able to attonil to tho old l.idy't; oaso.  Sure omnigh, tho noxt day, hdio oaino.—k She had boon noarly out of mourning-for a long- timo, Viuí had g^-uit^horseif up-fot^U+if: occasion with a suporabuhdanco of widow'« weeds. The room became dark iind .somlno •aa BTjomts she ontevcd ii. Bho cast a shad(; ovor tho merry facen ar.sotubUd Ihoro. Kc-  movin«:^- hor voil, Bho rovoalod a couuto- bodsidool nance so poloinn and' Bo full of woc, tliat Cabtain T3ibb's round and jovial face olou-gated sonsibly.  lu acOon^ts of intei'^jo anguisb, ebc^ fjûlnrdTnt \vas truo ïliat bor (ÎarÎing Amos had cnîiKtod. Shc waa tOld tbat i  L'iTi-rl.i had a rral .rrriov-anco. 'I Ik; t)n!y roocivcd ;i ficidi-  u'ouii',1 in tho arni, lioin th>,« aocidi.'ntal di.s-obuv^Cijt a pisiul, and v.-as obli;.;-« d to inlu !i<3spilal for a sliort tlrno. ilo lM'jr;>,"i.'d tao .'•-ufivoou and lii.s oouir.idos.not t() let his niolhor kn;vw a.nylliinp: abi.int if;.but t!;at olii rinn .Ohapl .TÎTT BOTIt I rrr t hî^ TTtnvs "rfi-rootly aiior luv hoatd ol' tho iii^oidonl, und, as soon .as.Î--3.ÏS. üUüJil ...bri . ?>;hí; -w-ir»  amont; ns, witli cartload of o;c-  proí^'iíint;; her intcniion t*') watrli liy tho  bor wotiudod son. f^ho fouml thai-tuai'lyrod waiki+ig' about, with hi» arm. iti a Kling', Kiiioiiing a (-¡¿!,-ar, aud onjoyinjr hia bosiiltal k-iiiuro; but thoro W nH no Tu f) re | K-'nco :far. :diira.-jmliL-bxi-.y-ti.t  l^af îydilc: liause, N. Y.  Îhîs oíd a-id \fA\ knowii Tavcra Stand has b(>en " newly t.r.iii¡í!íed,%od uow in gv.od çondition.  Ihe-sobici-iiicr tead'-r^ ¡¡i- scivic-.'f^ as i<ost, ■ and will at .ail tini-s b^-fouml reiul.v to admiuis-- -ter to the comí-orí. and wrlhire «t !>i1 > ho !nay . . favor.hiui,v.:;t.h tliil.- ."iisM.-s large  -fl-nd ©omiiiorVtOîî^r.-n+ri'VirrTi. nrrd-srcT+nTltTudvd.;  Thepu'ilic ii.10 iiV-viivd to CiJ.i. aud try his (are and acüomui<rdaliou.v  Cuba, July 2-2.1?G,1  lââiUf  ^—"" ■;.....i\ 31. n^'u  DlackfiBiith—on the fory r /iaiu or^l Olcnn st., opposite Ratubuiis' ll''¡)t.'l. y^híri; all ki:id.- of BlacksmiUiiag will ùiuu oà'fiMv >hy;;^>KtuoUce, and most rea-onalilo terms—and Horse and Ox  .qiinpiiijy in n. ^iipfvinr piaiiiUT.-^----  ALSG^maKUiacturer of Wagon«.  IIoW rapidly chai^fios occur in lime of war, ospocially duriii<^ a ('ivil 'war, and moro ,pai ticulai ly durili^.;,-'fcuoh ait immense war as that in w!i:oh wo are ncw cn^aficd! To thoHo wlio aro (piìi'tly óiig-a^od.iii tifo avocalioiìS of jicaco, ovonts orowd upon oach othor wilh snch rupidity as alinosi to confuso the nndorstatulinjj. The romojn-bianco of ono gTOÌit Im'ttTi', or òf oue LTmf-pai^n; ì^ oblitcratcd ìiy ' tliat , wk■ieh . s.ue--Jl:/•iL¿,-Dí.•íl-<.L,iiíll::^ie,s.-a^-o far^<4ton ui tho risiiig- •Z'Iu-iOs of ihoijo who havp tukcn thoir l>lacciì. ' W.u biV-eVcoasotÌ to pray to Gì4 to'"ifcep"TjtTrmomc;rtcs:gTorri,"' Only tb(;so  a^^ast wbicVi i.s euro and snbstantitil. Wo aro (.usily porsuadmì ti> "lot tho dead past bury ità dead." aud v/hilo wo hope for tho futuro, wo calcula.te oidy for the presént. li' tho lido of wai- llius oveiilows the minds and hoai ts -uf iboga-wiio li ve qttietly^ri{jtnt  .11- (it,-. ».jj ic . I ! ut Ji<,(.<,i!.| ILI ..( t^-aj .Sf  sho had doubtles.s kept corki/d for tho occasion, and those who were prosent v.-ero ,in mortai fear that she wotdd go into hys-toriosi. She soomod capable of any woful and excruciating- exhibition of matoriml tendernesfl. Captain Bibb afterward declared that Jro would rather face a battery than Mrs. Loflorts.  S.ion sho coiilod down snnaiMcnlly to ex-po.stulato, toarl'ully and sobbingly. Sho bog^^-od tho Captain to lot hint oil', to refuso him permission to enlist—assiuin^- him l-hiit Amos-was her.vmly „child, jt vvo;t,k^tiid delicate boy, Who could not boar tho fatigues and liardships of n ettnipnig-n, and that, for hor part, she could not orist without hi!n. • ■  "it can't be helped. Madam. Tho young-man is detormiuod Ut serve bis country, ;n;d if ho oould not onlis.t iu this rcirinu nt, ho would join anothm-. It in bcUor fur him to bo with his friends."  ' • B u t re uionvbo r, C a} > ta i a Bi b b, tha t lui is tho only soii of Ids mother, and «be is a widow." . ,, . _  ■ Tiio mother's priofjv^i9:_ il  w(;ll. Tho old lad.y's career iu camp l.iad  MiVVft'ÌifiÌÌj^tói^nitóiliÌD'^  v.'hieh had carriod olì" hor only son, and j.msh'.'il it lo tho vi-rj-^o of .iniint(.i;tioiùtl dis-loyally. Once, wlion che was uttorhìg her complaiuts in tho prosence of stran-g-ers, thoy happom^d to come to-the ear.sof tho now Fiovost Mar.'ilml, u .man "who kuow noi Joseph," and .'^lio v.-as arrcslcd. Tho Oiily ."^ou ]n(;Oun'd iior roloax', and thiMi BÌH^ was ))( isuaòcd to l'otiirn homo.  Tho roi ty-lbird v>-ci!t iuto tho liei/.!, and did its dut^^nubly. Alter tho {b-st-battio; tho Ouly v^on recoivotì his lieiUoiiuncy i'ur !j,-a-iliuit'coiidaO;t. Bui in tbat battio he hudbo.on sovciely wouiided iu-lheleo;. Tic wroto-to bis niothOr, as poon äs ho oould, tlial ho was Wi^'i usuai; but tlu» l-hnp-lain had i)icn loo ([uii le for Isim, and sho suoli rcceivrd the bail news, l'ortuiiato'y, no passes weve-at thai. tiair [o ei-  viU;ius, and vhf coald w t r.'aelt tlu' Aruiy-; but tho briii'ado ami rvp;im,('n-lal KUT;"':cons, aiiituLher uliìocrs, wen; bcsioi^od with ap-plioiitioiirt ;:iid inrpiii'ierii- - TheBfti^ado-HUi--.i^'c'uii, fcnichoi.! 'lVII'I '.:nfnjKi.-ìS!oii, oiibrod-Jij send Ino ■ Oül;/ Höh io a po.it^, hospii;.il, u^^Uhìi' otrViM btK-near- hnnr bn'  Porìiaps tliroc por.sor.s nut of finr^wonld ru.sb rif^ht up to Iho btirninj^ individual and I.oo-ìm lo pa\v with thoir. band.s wMtb-out any definito aim. It. is n.^eless 1r. toll (!io victim to do this or that, or call fu-v.-ater. In fact, it fi^ohorally bout to say n;>t a word, but tear ttp the carpet, or seize a blanket from tho bçi or a .eloak of atiV woolen fabnc-^if nono is at hand, 'take any Woolen matoriaWhold tho corners as far apan aw yim can, atrctch them ont higher than your head, and runnini;' boldly to tlio fx-reon, make the motion of claspinif ill Iho arms most about thefihonlderg; thi.-ï in.stantly smothoi-s the fire and saves the faco; tho next instant throw the unfortnu-atcon the lloor; thia is an additional safely lo Ilio faoo and breath, and any remnant of iiameoan Ix* put ont more leiatire-ly. TheTu^t instant immerse the Vmrned p a i t i u. on Itl wAte r, an d all pai ri Av^i 11 cease with the raptdÎly of lï<çbtning. Next got so;no common flour, remove from the water, and cover the burning part-î with an inch thickneas of the flour, if loof'siblo.  Tut the patient t<) boJ and* do ali that is possible to soothe, until tho physician arrives.. Lot the flour yemuin Until  skin \vill bo found. ,.-Ùnle83 the bnrna,are  was sTtïÎ?- [ fo iiidlïhanûy lUfus? d íholaVur. Ibi in-  ed hi:: luiudkorchicT iiito" his; nioutii,-. tw( J ((a'oic^ her, howevfa-,,th;;.v^ho was in need iiitrit hiii rioil >)tit of the doori-and tbo rest^ ^o^^ tot baTidnfjo«, of 'Suools, pilloyv-  ca-iioa, suok-s, wines, and delicacio/  in i';enorul; ami oonacqucnco wa.-;, tl^it Irò Va^»'enabled to comfr.-rt^ the Wouijdod to a oonsinorable oxtoiU, by meiiins oF'tbo (•(.Mitrn^s 'of iji.e n_!!in:,'.roi!s bLúío;i-...W-lñ:cb.JÍie  wasxîunlinu-  south  Angelica. Nov  ■■^V" """ - Att c T lo i  I f» nonnce to thò pubre t!¡;i( hi: li i- íakca out â regiilu- lie vi^e. a-< a ;-(■!■. tho«' who  desire his!i"rv-ice=i, yv'il ii id !.¡ia r atly »t uii timep  - ili8 n'ïîO:; as Aastioae-r.n ul ijH-vanllu^. I'ne < r  i-.Vi>.to hi=i al l.-esi. v. aiC' .'r ioiu-^ñl as du-—lyivôîîïï i.r I • ¡'.'St « »aico adilrcss, An-  ._..¿tílííia.,.Alh-^iay.Coanly, N, Y» • Oct. 8.;}8ßiL  oacehinated inv/urdly.  •'It can't bo iieliuxl, Ma'am/' Rai<l thè Cáptarn." ''Ifo" baa enlisted, and there rtr  wíU tiVlIo time. Ytm can writ»! to tho Ad-_  jutant Conerai a-t' Washinp^nn, who v. iil jiund and Holicítous'fld lady refer the caso to the General commanding , ally seudin  tbo department we aro going iti, and, if hi-s report is satisfactory, the matter wiM  4w-carried Uto-riupreuio- Courtr it  A tho 11  soon as ho v/a s wolf en to take ■bi 111.; Only S;»!) was^x^'ilh tho ad-TTI "  ---------- r , , ' . ; the banlcs of tho stream, how rnust those-  if the rush of it.T rapid currcjill ., tnoy Know  that thoy exist, ju;d that they have certain duties to porforoij but tho^ labor and cx-citoinent of to-day mako,s thoin forgot tho toils, and daiigeis, r.ijd loi^.^es or gains of yc.«terday. They live not by days, weeks;*, and inontli.-^, but by eventi^, actions, and  i--uik'rings. ........, .. .. . _.....^  OeciiKiomaliy, at-fwnd the camp-fires of-in tho ho.'ij-iituls, tiiiTN; oajl up jnemories-Of Itbo battles over, and re  vive fho I'ocolli'CLio^j (if dead iir ' abirent comradx''s^ At suoh times, startling rev-^ oftrn made,; bnt these inon are accustomed to them, and ihe most tfUlatlend to all b.i.sinr..-h-intrusted to their charge, pleasant or thn most painful intelligence  tho decision; of tho CoUrt is in your Sfin Hi o^l'^reB i"de irt  'I370t.f.  Anr/elic,f, Allfijani) Cofinty, A'. T.,  îaV(;r,  charge. In tlio meantime, Madatn, l,et n)o •asstiie you that wo vdll take the best pos-.sibîo caro of tho young man, and I have no doubt that he v.-ill eomo.bacli to yoit an  ..ffieei:.-"  Tho old hidy left, a sadd-rif not a wiser wo;;:aii; but, until tlio dvparturo of tho ; nfver reac  vaneo again. Ho lougiit bk'e a young li-oii_or. r.itht.f, like a yutinj;^ Amfrioii-n—at dy réfiíiTs^e "at TFoksÍ>urg, and fortunati ly came out uuscailied. The rogimeiit lost ioaduiy in olUccrs, and the Oidy Bon <.tb(a4ucd capl-%iney. Ilo v/ius ' p;i-oatIy rrjoicpiT,-auil u-roto sp'ondid ¡otter to his inotiior/lnfunoing her of his p'ro-inoiion. "1-y ¡-■ojiio la'ijeli.Mico, ili'3 letter H¿r: bu  (1 ry ill)i;r for biirna is jthe,..most admirable l eme.dy eveit- proposed, and the irtfor/nation oiiglit lo bo imparted' to all. Tbp principle of its action iH, tbat like tbo/water, it causes instant and perfect relief from pain by totally excluding the air Troni the .in-juroii parts. Spanish whiting and cold water of a mushy conaiste;lce is preferred liy somo. Dredge on the flour until tio moro will stick, and cover with cotton batting. " / ------  Sci eh TIioMsi>niii lltlieS Oead at GcUF^H^urg*  Tiio Qctysburg(FajMa?:a'i<i  "From ovidjthice developed to the work-inon ami oih.ors engaged in removing tlie dead l)odi^s on the battle-fiold, they are nruv fully coiivincod that not los3 than seven tliousand rebels lost their lives in irii.-< coidlict. tho bodies of wdiom are jbJLlII thoi-o. Ih/fitiirfipaeo of three afros wore 1'o\iiid tli^H* hundred and twenty-five., Gon-f(Ml"ratys i-danT-, and olsowbiH-ej in a siiigLe, f roil eb'^rtrvv) tindri»d anflf'fifty infiav'^ coi^Xli'i-ablo portion of tliq battle-ground is lUcidy to bo plouglicd upibiH Rprin^iind' s^tunnor, by larmors (nyuing it, preparatory iij plantiiig; corn -.and otticr grAin... As-,a iii iiltOr of %>Hrso- the Ci)iifederiilQ.,.gi^ iriu'-^t bo obliterated, and' the. trenches v. hi"h now indicate their place. There ig a slrong- do.sire with (lie pci>plo;iiTi'<i?ipect: tO' humanity, to have iho^-^e bodieS.-UimTgV of the cuenry, rospectabty aiTtl 'deliolintly pat away nr some e.nck«itiro'~AVhere they may not be dLstiirbctb X)ur cointnoa Jm-ma'niiy bhonld impel ns to such a step." .....:..........—;......--— ' ""  While the great preparations for the campaign aio pio'-ceding, lot us not fall into tho (.lid and foolish error. General Grant will have a largo- and trained army. He will have at his command all the military reaourcoa he roquirea. Ilo baH already tho ijiiiiÜdtúico of the poople and the hearty sup^iprt. of the (íovorniiierit. Ilo has tlie causo'ofabò country, of humanity; aad_^ü£ -and h(rañ([  his meni wilÍ fi^ht )ike. iiien^^a^^ Atueric.in.s. ^b íhcMbér^^^b^^ (ìl)poscd bj'  a skillfívl and tried sbldi^^^^^ by u traihea afiiiyi swelled by n reiuin-solcsa conscription, flghting on grotind familiar to it, and tor a cause wiíitíhJlhíUi^M-Jently t-sponsed.-Tbe battle Will be de-sperato; ae the igsues are moinentoiig, Dj^lMotiJ-it-is joined, let ua; asTrenaiblo nien, reintniborJ]W..uni.  in, and  not take^lcuxii .of,  Unqncationatdy our" canae w iIL ii n a I ij^prc  4 Sensible Man;,  Ono day the Emperor Paul, b.eingsur-rouiidod by a large circle of Russian prince.<5, addre.saed the Count Hostopchin as follows:  "How liappo'ns it, Count, that yod bavo not llio title of Prince?"  -'Will your imperial majesty permit rao vue reasiHi?" responded  I "-J , X r ! ' 1 v' . 1 • .. ,w , -'\V 1 1 your im]:»eruu maiestv permit i  J woman; bu , until tbo departiuo -the tvuc reaÍ>nr'Uspond  ai.lon:? tin; naliiOs ol l-Ui^biUoitr - ^ - . . ............■ •■  |t.^riilain Bibb^s (luarters, shedding tears } i.T I.iyiL. A^^«? .lie bad WJi^„ the E-nnoror "  üvi:r her son,-g¡ontIv b. tbo annoyance of; il,e bauds/,f tho ene.inv a shoiL tun- ^tî^tl: ' / ^  with prómptíie;iá atd dispatch i.'S. rtilKKS-.! AXOEt..  , Corner of ilain and Ceatcr iilrçcls.  :.Asîios SSvBmîfîly t /^F C-Áanadcá. wo'tld rospooiiV.Ily-atmoance- to V/ih3 .itilijtjd rTla-ives of i-i'dier.«-,  that h J isi.legvllyaiiîh'.);-;^.".] A.gsU fur Allegany (tail adiouila;; Cqii.itio< to procuw l;ounUu=î of ■Dücei?öd Saldier;!. Ah) for the Colleclîon of Back I'ay aud Pen.<ic-a3.-.^Datcd, Cancadea, .fan. l3,iSGJ.  UTiFMRESCS^.—Wo; tho undcrMgncd. rest _àsatâQf Cvieid'U.. woall re-^u ctfully anaouace. to lh'3 inyalid-Svildicrnand-Frrcrds ol doci'.ieed Soldiers, tliit wv havo been acquaiated _wUh  . " -KiHc^ .¿c.»go. -Ho got tmn.,fora.,l  ma labia basincsü ruhui-ms. and K'lievc th.!! to a caVi^f" the Anny^ot. Bie  —tSΠJSfejmac» .îiijin iur  Jouwllupy, . .Ii.U.ll|»ciiíK»fj«,  - _ -J^'W^ Yf^imootf- -/-Rc»«  '"immiñ UeKÀàt ^  is received with stoicism, if not with tn-diíye(;e;ieo. AU .'the strange and terrible reality which con^iitutes tlie romance of war produces' lilUe outward eifect upon ! leave the v.eterari Koldier.. TTc^b^rs ipen so mticli, that he is prepared to believe anything, aud it is dilijcidt to starile or .surprise him.  ConvcrsiiJpr, a day^î ajjo, with a brave (»nicer whose wounds ijatl occasioned bis discharge from tho service, 1 fij/cnt an hour iti pleasant convcrHatioui.and inquiring aft<y old fi'ióiids and acquaiitlancc.-<._ - "\ÍlícroÍ3 Adjutant Klfpliart, that brave. Dntehinanl" ^  .... ilt** I ■ ..1 •  At-liicli- .be . generously dklrlbutcd ,a.m^iug [ Wbeu tho Ainty wrtifc-ttp tke riTor, theC "tho boys;'! and sho loaded him with fjhirls, | l-'oi ly-ihinl .was h-ft in^ ehjirgo of some BtTTckmi^B^TmdnThithcsTnrd-(iTbe-r'cnmfrïFJs!,"r¿10i-es ' One d^:ty äTi^,Bj-es?.ii.'tl hi mourn-eiujugh to make a bin den b/r a, mule.—| itig^ gi>t off a tranK[turt wliieh had just When wc Wero crowded- on tbo car.-i to i ¡ui.ded, and cunie to camp.-A.s a strict leave, .siio was tliorC, in full niourning | guard wa.s kept, she could, not- enter .liai regimentals, to weep over her'boy for the; !i,ues v,^i\h.;ut i'erini.--^ion of tho oflh-er of last time. The 'U»oy" v.-aa really sorry, tn 1 tbetlr.y, wIk» ¡lavrpc O'/tbtT^bt;: ([aptain Bef-h i.s m o 1 hoj', b/i t. h jiij m t irti iica t io u ab.j feus. TTê. wa.s ealled. to recejyo tho lady, most'ovoroaine bis ,grief. As th'0"'"traiTi'j .aiT.TTTnii.d hi-^m-tTior. At:!irstv,s1io. coujfl j tarti^d, lier vofco \va.s heard; mingled v.-it!) : iiaidly renvini/.o the bronz'ib stoni, and | the wh-;.ít!e of tlu; locimol i vo, frying: luanly bufi 1 eloie hrr, and couM ,  fake career him, C.ipt.ain,for boisihohy bo pcrMia.led tbat it w«,^ Amos bim- iau^^'iv-xUíLm^^ only sou oí bis inother, and she i-s a widrj.solf. ow.!" ■ 1 ."I-? it  Thereafter; Amo?, LciTort.^ waa knov/n sol b^d in. camp-by i3on.  --ÏIkî Only  and grew , . t-— .-  lfo proved to bo an excellent soldierj aiuîj raíber4íL»_iní í.ani,  " - ------- • O vor I')y-i CiiílLi was bi ought ashore.' a.n tini i - - -  , "Where i« fìttili lîarrîn.iîton, who was  tefï'^nii lost  yâfrnmmkàjmm^ «I-te  be cause.  my ancestor,- on his first arriral-from Tar^ tary at your court, came iu the V.dntcr  tbne.'^- . ------------  "And what bad that to do with tbo (ItTo.stion?" asked Paul.  "Why. your majcEty," replied the Count, "in that day it; was \bo ctistoni to offer every now-comer tho title ot prince, òr a fdr'peirsse; and my ancester, being a man of sense, preferred a warm coat to an empty title." ^ .. .  Tho Joke took, and the mad Emperor  roìlly you, my "1 Uiouccht veu  de.ar son?" wero dead.  Pleasure is comparative, and enjoyment  .j I is relative,  pc.isant, bask-  *'Sho Kind o» Wished me To.^'  A d'etrîct ecÎjoôI, not fiT away, WoaluuntnlDjf with it woatcd notBO , Of three Foorc miugjed girl^ atid bojf»  — Soniß iipoa theihtnefes-intïialç.------ "  But moro ou furUvc mischief bent} Tlio \vhlio tho inastcr'H downward Icôk -Was fastened ou a copy lioolí^ Rose pbitfíijind-ckíír-a -wiiahig eiaackb -""" As'twere a battery of bií¡!s Let olF in oar? treraendotis kiftî "What's tlftlf" (lie Pfartied master crîèa.  rîiîîes,  "Waa WiSliaîn Wniilh, if you pieathe, 1 (-aw lùm kith Thiiïthànua Pcatlid" With frown to maki> a etntuo thrill, ïh« master Íhundered,-''liitha7 Willi"— Like a wretch o'erlaken in Lis track, With fitulcii chattle ou. hÍ3 back, Will hung hlfi head hi fear'and fchamo, And to tlic nwful prcponco cámc— A great, green, ba'^tiful pìinpliitoB, 'TîiôlJÙtt()laU good näturcd fiiu." With Hnile sappi cFsed and birc'i upraised, Tho Teacher faltered. 'Tm amazed That you, in'y bigger-t pupil shjuld Bo guilty of an act so rude! Defüí'o tlie whole eot r^cbool to boot— ""IVhal ¿"vTrgYiuijirpufi"^^^^^^ " Twan fiho hersclft, tir," eobb'd th« lud. •'I didn't mean to bo KO bad; But v.'hon íím»aiinah shook hnr curia, And whispei ed I was fraid of girls. And daifcut kisp a baby's doll, I couldn't.HtsDd It fclr, at all,  But up "tTnilUMsed her'bn tho Fpot, " I know—boo, hoo—-1 ought to not, But somdiow, from her Iroks—boo, hoc— I thought Kh(! kind o' \Vished mc-to!"  A Word for tlio Hour.  vaili but only upon tho condition that we show t)ic q'ilalities'wbioh compcl final_-.yic-= toiy; and we merely'pr<>v'e tho want of those qualities by a blind and exulting-confidence that We can not be defeated.  HoweKCKidesirabre siic^-aS may be; and liowevi'r atnple°our pieparaiioii, those who say that, if ive do .not triumph in this or in any particular (»iiftipaign,'there will be a reactioQ of indignation menacing civil u'ar aniong ouraelvi^fi, say-Ho merely for a miKchievoiiH purpose, and with a profound want of.appr^cjalion of llio American cbar-actor. Finil^mt doejiJljuiiaiiL^ If GrUnt, for inatdnce, is defeated, is it proposed to give up the. war for the Union and to sue the rebels .for such . terms as- they may vouchsafe.? Or is it intended that w'» shall concede onr task to' be impossible, jind ourselyiis pi^jpi^^it^'^^^aration? No: tboso^^To speak in this mannrruioan that they would prefer to take the riibk of civil cOinmoUo tbo-con-  diiGt of,the war ahould remain'ni iho civil 'and inibtary hafjd^ control it.  V^lio atteinpl, is a party »np\'ement_jii-genionsly Tnade," and. b^^^ men pevrait tbeniBelveA4^.>'-be^art4e8--to= ^t-^v}|eIl they insist that wo n^.^st hot allow oureelvesib contemplate the possibility of failure in this campaign. Yet ibed^ijL<Lisas trans.--jramiTtriiSItt^'S.-^ kooivijig';  iljiitiiia-trijly b)yal inoiT Wb wish to ye-moTe^rTrnr;'oi"Hti^^ Thoma.«?, or  4feaderor^bsecrans, orFaTTagnt, of Biiru side, or Porter,-Or BulU'ivOc -Snjitb, friMu  tlieii' present e<irnniands; . 8cbig that they ^ivt^tly bavo tbo--|M»pitlai' ' Oarttidtrntg^^ game ia thisi to say coniitantly in advance^ if-Gi''aTit"mnicrcTdi^ bf the Gov  ernment; if lie fail.^, it is because of the  interfercncc of the Governiiilíñt. 'In "oither caso, it %vilí be urged that tbo Administra-tiuti Í8 imbecile. And it is for this result that the "Democtíitic" matiagerá are wait-ing. Thoy declaro in a'dvaneo that his success is .suro if only he Is let ulono,^m order tcf  fortinie of wat: gocs.agognai Jtlm^^^ Generab-G-nint-'sncceeil^ illese nianagera '  will presont nim as tho man wba hassaved .the cauntry bath the arma of the  rebellioti and the ìmpotenee of the Qov-errimciìt.Shonld hi\.jailJhf^'jvLlj prcseajt  Ìa m th^ liaßdii öT d bonvictionp vf anj kind^ thè al allies of the irel^l«, «lid the , íent or. very Uoahtful fritnSt of-, iu eitrciöit;^.  Three years òf iBcirce citfli in»« kd, bate made às ead^cr; áhoñid make us wiser men. Editors maydidMI OS Ihiyr jliil three I ' "  dincln HTcliT&óìad'^n the 4tii of P that Giincrai,  ótní blow and he will hreak the "  of tho robelh'o  Uno perioda. Wo are to hâte vj tunes in tho war herenftèr ItçprtiîipreHîr aiïd prömtsolfre'^'l^iMSli froîo nuuitVto monih by the wteMaÉp of cvcñTs~áftd'iha - ^ ■ ■  by the {»sue of any eiiigrlo battl* «r «ft isolated campaign. Summer does9o|l at once perfect from tho wititet There are .warm days in March, Md chill 3?indg.andirQstfiriaApril -IlwHij may have its biting atr. But thronrtfin anti chills anâ storms the stiixmitf ttt coming. 0 yb of îîttîo faith, watch one hour? Let us ho men, notc1 dren, and then we shall  ^.ofÇût.______________  Pass it Along.—Yes, past it  whether you belicvo it or not—tb»fc àlMÎ| aided whisper against tho charatier «Ç4 virtuous female. Tou say yoii doïi't Iw lievo it, but yoti will uso your iaflaenovAil bear wp a false report and pM'Jt current: Strange creatiiroa are mant IIow many reputations have been lot . surmiseÎ bow- maïiy hearts have bW ky i whisperl many hcccroîcrit d«i|t  have been chilled by iho shrug oC itei ftbmîblnrl ' 'How"nraTiy "înaMdtiâlt been «shunncd by a gentle, liiyaterioaaliittll^ How many^bosoma havo been wmti^ Igr single nod Y IIo^v many early graTcs bt^ 1 been dug by a f.ibiû report!  Yet yuu will pa.ss thô sender aloii^> you will pasa it above thé watertbvé^ wag of the tongue, when you might »m it forever. Destroy tho passion fat tel" a tale, we pray j^bu; liap not a w«d may clestroy the character of anoUjcri so far aa yoU 'oi^"concerned, thi' will die,. But'felHt oQcfr, audit  on tbo wings of the winâ; increa«injf____  Tiaeh breath till It has'circulât^ thrpilgli the State and brought to the^f^tàiMM who might have lived and been a b1cwia( to tho world____ - ----- - - i  —Fctroleum VrNasçhy wriici IImA^ had an interview with the Prvddnftil»^ coiitTy ' wh'icTriqrïnîniitiBd 'ïhuiTi^'  "la thar. any Ijttis thintf I • kiH-" -jrw.!.!«-¡»«ttlvulat; I. wood êCCf^lÊi a mmll po»t orfis; if " fitotiatid wb ' " range uy q ^o5d distilry.. Mf i daze is well over, luet mo but party wunstmore in the afcendt&cyi'lpl^ these ol4 iï:e wuti8t moxir behold ëtitooshun ez it wuz; and the nigf^ Irèiid he ought to be, aud I will rap th« mu^' uv private life ar6tind ine, and p> lirium tremens happy. I hav« so ma* bishen. I am in tfac scar and yaRlrlliC These wbitiu' locks,-, ihem sunkin rhirlri|| warn mo that age and whisker ktr tbeir pu0l^ wurk, aud that IiiheUiMxnigië; bonis: Liukiu, scorn not mj wokdt I iMit sed.—-AdooJ^------:__________' „  Habits of Eeadi  been accustomed to  -0ir1s who Imm evour a mnltitvif «  fritolous books, will convcrwi «Hd infili j with a far-frceater appearance ef (ASI^ J to «tylc and sentiment, at twelve «r teen.yeara eld, than tbosc of fc ^Kw« iii -vanced^ge vibo"aro~ uritiè(r of eeverc stucirésyTjut the former» lìà^igT attained to that hnv standard wWh Iwiij been lield to them, .bWome atatioàeifS wbjloHl l}e-iattcf are quie a higher strain of^ mind^'and utomynm^ early Tjegio with talking and writitiBf lili womeii, eommonly cnd with thinking aijting like children. " ' ' T ' '  ia tisuallyi-callci 6uc fieà9iì>iìit;^ì jiíys and sorrowa are ever in extfvwM^ fn adver-sity. their depression ia toai  bccaijsc they-have «ot'forti it with constancy and cotaposgre; ^iiy, tlieir elation irites too bigk, theyJiaveaot^nodemtro» iu tt'Hm it reflection antï forethought.  IhfdlUbîe W  cliango truly says, ncwap'aper tions are infuUiblç tests ofrawj^i If a man is dishonest ho will printer in some 'ivay—-say that hejbi when ho lias not^or éent was Itjst by mftli-^orjarilL:  leaving it to come .to Thousands afclt^^^ book wiU 4eîl iei raent at the jadginent daj.  ofllook  HjSÍ]  i ¿ ' -  Gen. McClellan as tho r%an v.-ho represents a new and more promising policy, counting for tiupport upon the Ramepopular d>V appointment and disgust wbicb elected Mr. iieymotiv Governor.of New Yoi*k: This is tbe-little game;'and every man plays into the hands of its managers Who ubaudons himselfto exulting and unreusouable confidence. '  T.et ovory faithfrj citincn. uqar,. in mliid tbat liiV'Gbvcrnineirt'jiinii tho Gcn-erabs arc now irt accord; that, even seconded by all tl.e energy of the administra* iio«,-no General can have a patent of Vic-  fortune  was soon app_ointed i_.sorgea.n_t..  of-tho-fiioutenaiii-Gencral slinufd dosert him, jt will neither bo his Audt, nor That of Iiii^8olilior.<?, nor of the Government; that his WAntTjf stfcee.-iii will liofchange in tho Trastrtbcir.bara  CArsBtr-Hioaft causc.s of the, high for ail the necesaarleaH^ biuation of apccnUtoïf i»J et«, who bflyirp-gtsràB^r up. The lââl Inátaucú ia. « ptircbane of aU the tmi Ui»tcü| aud over #2.000,000 éoHÜ Ift : tho yrcnr Tòrk extoïiîoaitt^Âdni'i sDeediiy ad venced.  ¿offee. '  >- ed..  Mir The üsie» gain seven to  teèn in ^Bsffte 1 .....  year, p» foist ballet lüH  fo'rty^wo. ' . " .  _ _ „^„^iiilu SUjÍJiími  íí^ép fmt My ss«sé$ ml  ^ i^ëici^^ të^l^p^ Iiis artìtrctuT^ •  it work».  gave  ter in..reply ended thus:  stilt«—Îhë' loria  No promotion Hp tliought tlii.s a good oppo.-'tuuily to asti. bassccì. 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