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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - June 15, 1864, Allegany, New York                                 . ..................  THE aefortbr,  Published every" Wbdkesdat, at the Vil; 'ügc of Aingtilicii^ Allcgfiiiy County^ N. Y: TBRMS.~Two Dollars 1 witWn the "Year; or IVo Bolhrs and Fifty'Conts ' at; the Expiration of tlio Year.  No papelf discontinued until all arrearages arc paid, unless at tlie option of the \ Publisliei:.'  , " ' _ -. ..«»♦.C»»»- ■■ !■ ■ .--- • ■  exccotcd witii neatness and dispatch.  0. R DICKINSON, EDITOR AND PROPIIIETOR.]  [TERMS,-TWO DOLLARS PER ANNUM.  VOL XXyil.—NO.Öl]  ANGKLIGA,AliLEGANVXO?r.ÍT-Y., WEDNESDAY MORNÍÑG JÛNE 15 1864.  Fire Iiisuraiiee !!  [WHOLE NO. 1,402.  HOUNELLSVILLE AGENCY.  iEtna Insurance Company,  IIAUTt?ORD, CÒNNEOJICUT. Incorpointeil^^^-G^ajpital  HARTPOUD INSURANCE COMPANY,  HAHTFOUD, CONNKCTICUT. ______ 'incorporated 1S1Û—$¿>«0,-000. -  PIÏŒNIX INSURANCE COMPANY, Ilartfoi-d, Connecticut. Incorporated l^^i—Glpital, S tOO.OOO.  OITY FIKE INSURANCE COMPANY, Capital $0o.0,000.  MANHATTAN FIRE INS. COMPANY,  NKW YOKK Cn-Y. incorpor'tted 1821 —Cflfjiiait^OO,000.:  iiORTII AMERICAN INSURANCE COMl'ANY. Hartibrd, Connecticut—Capital $300,000.  ANGELICA, -NEW YCRK.-J. C. WITT. PBOPRIETOR.  TJOUSTII'S? ftna Bac'î. Pity; prôcurDd'by - ' JQ tlio fiubscrlbov.  U. LLOYD, Claim Ajront. Angelica, N.Y.It<Gl. MOltf  - - ^ - tJEW EN'GLAND" INSTTRAiiCE COMPA"NY, ; Hartford, Connecticut—CapitaV SOO.OOO, ~ ' InBUrance can be ofTectcd with tlio enbscriber 111 the above old oslablisbed Stpck Companies, on = -DwoHi Factories, PoisbWal  property, &c., on terms us favorable as ollior ro-Any iii'ffitrniiiicatiuns ad-' "dressed to him at?lloinellsville will meet with prompiattcuiiaa...  Marchs 18G3~pdly  J. C. MILLER, Agent.  Bâ. 1,1,. êôaTOi.  D: ¿¿i CP  IPermanently Located ftt Friendship, N Y.  Dr. C. p. CAUVHR. Dentist. Dental rooms over the Store of S. "S. Bennett ^ Co.—in 5mith Davif«*mock, Anfielica. Ji. B.—I bave no Pavtnor. T343tf Angelica April II, 1«C3,  AMERICAN HOTEL, Belmont, Y.  I,. W-J^I^EN, - - , - - WiOPRIETOlL  rillllS hotel hii8 been thoroughly renovated, rc-a. paired and newly furnislied, and is nosv open-«d a -  FIR S T^' G L .4 S 5 PVB Ll C HOUSE.  The patronage of the public ispolicited. The proprietor will Kpare no pains in rendering the AMiiu-ICA.S an agreeable and ple.'^aiU place ol nojouvu to all thoHC who may favor him with tin.-ir custom.  ___ed ,ia-aad Jxmn.lhc...^.a f Efiii  •of charge.  IB62, . _ ___p,d«»>13U3  BLAKK LEGAT, FORMS—Constantly on hand  4>nci foc-salo at the Reporiia- .Qiiice:-^ ------ -  Deeds. MortgiiL'en, Hond», AHsi^mni'Mil?, Morf ijago Dificharges. Chattel Mortfragcs'. Bills of ijale, Land Contríictí, Powerof .Miorney, Art. oí Agree-- meDtrStrmmonsep Sub(£iias7l"Y0cutlf)ììs. Artirrants, Trans, judg't-a. Sat'ii Jad:i"ls, Muriiage Certifì» «ates. Constable Notes, ác . &c.,  J®^ Approved Forms ! .  NO. 28 EXCHANGE ST., ROCHKSTEK, N. Y. ISAAC ASH I.,KY & CO., Ptoii'rs.  This House ha« just lieon CKinpk-lely repaireii and no'.vly I'urniisheil. (ins Ims a!?o l)"(,'ii in-iroduced into .ill tli.' prlnc'pal ILuoins—aliogether making it. as corapii'tc in all its appointments us «ny House in Western New York. Rochester, S .pt. 4, 1  <(¡3.  09  The Presbyterian Church and Slavery.  Tlio Getreral AstJcmMy of this church (Old School) at its last Session at Newark, N. Jr, unanimouHly adopted a dcclur-atLOfi U[)rtn the Bulvject ::of_-alavery,-4V<)i»-  "witklt^m*-Kittku thc'foHüwirp¿- jtidi irtìOny s v\ft(jr stating' tljo action of the General Assembly in.former years the Deolaration .proceeds:  ,PiiAYnu!j OF Tiiii ilir.UTKou.s.—The Copper-hcadtj should uiidersltuul that a cause tliat hitS' tlre Lcivd ou'it's auto" 18 sure to win.— The uiiunitnity and empfiasia with which the vtu-ioua rcli^'iou"a deliberativo bodioii have rccen.tly oxpiessed themselves upon the-«tufi» (»f tho cnuutl-y^ ia:wuiJ1»y:of_ m-  îîmrîî."" I1i(;ve|h;ivp bi'on no' e.Kcoptions.— The Episcopal, tlio Uaptist, tho Motlioditît, the Prosbyteiian, the Liithóran, the Tini-tai'iaii, liui-UiiivewalKstj tho- Uoinau Cath-  bVh_were the faily ^awl unequlvoctvl, olic, ihe-Qualier,-and all the smalhM-sects, instructions of our church. It is not nec- ' .... - -  e-ssary too minutely to ittquire how faithful' and obedient to tho.so lossons and war-niTTjTS"llTDS0 to xvlTonj tliey wrr'clul(Iressoil  •^piîIS r. c Hfent-ìV.n llou?e having been, lenfi-_i ed by the siibKcrllier for a term of jears, will be cp"" f( r tlic reception of ffuests. on and after ^^•v ;jJh. I^IM. Ohl Fririuls and  gersmaj rest «ísurvd of lu!Ín¿ kindly <n iitcd.  - - .....................n:Li xivr ïï : ïï î ( y is:"......: ■ "  PniprirU'i'  AnííelL'n. Muy 8, ISíií/ 1307  havo been. It ou}>:lit to br? acknowledg-od that wo have- all mtich to confess and la-inunt as to our sluntcomingH in t}ji!i n»-spc'ct. VViicther a strict and careful ap-pjioation (if this advice would havo rescued the country from tlui ovil of its con-dition and tho dattyers which havo fiince tliioatoiic'd it, is known to tho Oinnisciont alone. Whilst we d<i not believe thiit tho present"jufl'fmenfs of Onr TToavenly Path-er and Almieihty and Kighteous Uovernor have been inllicted soUily in punislunent for our continuance in tins ijsih; yet it is our judgnvcnt that tho recent events of our history arid the present, condition of our - ctrrnTliy TiirTiKsir^'h to  kens that the tiuHi has at length come, ill the providence f)f God, when it is His will that eveiy vesti}>-e of human slaveiy a-mcng- us 8h<nild be effaced, and that every Christian man ohonld address hin)-self with industry and earnestness to his appropriute part in the performauco of this j^-reut duty.  Whatever excuses for its.postponement may heretofore have exiiited, they no ioniser avaiL., ,.VV'h('n tho cotintry, was at  .....J. 13. Kí;q:Sesí«M.  ÍVatch nia'^tT •.•.:ul .Jo'vcler, and donlcr in nV. kinds ofClocli.^, '-VMÎch.!^- and.íew:olí7. .U.>(i;uringdone on «íhort 1.MÜCI' 'it"! rea^^oî^unlc terms'  'I- Ni'iv. l.^nlt. . ii.iiil!'  A. L A N UDO  1  Collectioivs Receive Prompt Atteuion IntcriialiievuiitU! Stamps for Salo. Interest I'.iid'on .SiMici'i! D"posits. U. S. ")-2t) Bonds For Sale. Collofli..i- internal lleviMiue. ^ ® w Y <> r li C^o £ c- e s i? o ti d c a t 9,  jjitizens H  11 0 W E S M A C Y .  Iyl350  I ANGI>(),N\S tl'.inhvarti Store—Belmont, N. J.J The Lairre.-^t moo li at L(n\ est Prices.  LANGpON'S n.irdwan; ?\i)X(>—Brhnonl, N. The Largest Sioek at Luwest Priées.  r  T.  LANGDONS The iïargrït ft'teclc at LoVve.-i  Hnrilwun- .Sloro -íklmunt, A'. }' Prices:  STOVES! STOVES!  THE LARGEST A^!) IIEST ASSORTMENT EVER BROUt.illT INTO ANiiELlOA. AND AT i.OWER PRh'ES.  ifyott want u .'^-tov^. iifw i,'; ilic time to p'd  lie.  A. LUt^KHART  peace wit!>i»l itself^ andThe^churcli wiis b'i-oKeiij niai'ly consciences were perple.wd in the presence of this g-reat evil, for the want of an adequiite rennidy. Slavery was so furriiidably intrenehed behind tlx; raut})arts of personal interests and prejudi-ees, that to attack it with" a view to its speedy oyertln-ow, ap|)ea^rcfl to be attacking- tho very existence of the social order itself, and was charaotoriiied as the inevitable introduction of an anarchy'worse in its eon.^H^ttenees than the evil for which it seenH'd to be llie oidy cure. , I'nt the fVrtly ;vfid- (+f itit;f> lta\n,T becni t  illusti'iilioHS of God's wisdom and power Coder the inilnencfj of the most inoompre-harrstbte"inn«.tu:;Ti11ii or~\vTckiidjiess, Those who were most deeply interested in the per4)etnatton of-shiveryj'^ have taken away every motive for its fiirlher toleration.— The Kpirit of .\merieau slavery, not content with its defences, to be found in the  federal ci;t\s'titution, tho prejudices in fa-  have cach and all pronounced fhemstHveK with no uncertain ov equivocal phVaseolo-cYJ-I refcroncp to tlio...waj:..„They.proi. nounce themselves for the Govennnent without qualivicHtion and without condi-. tions. They veptidiate the'rebldlion as an intsuU, to hea;:«n and" earth alike. They are equally explicitand eneri^elic in what they Hity of its ca'n.se. Tln-y pour upon American slavery t^io vials of their •rij'.ht-eous wrath, and assig'u it as the only and  Tho Family Newspaper.  "Fanny," fiaid Mm. Adama to her sister, "how <lo you tnauajjCG to teacti youc children even/thing? Mino ¿yo to tho same school, and iuo_in_ the aumo-cUi8."ites, but fhoyr «¿en» -so iar^behmd"thc¥f-~\VlitHrifioy arc playing»' together.—Now I belicvonve learned half a d(.'/.on thinj?3 from Maria and Willio when they were at our house last- Salui'day.- -.Slrn- showed tno Ifow to kill the- maUfi in my carpet, by layiu«? i\ Wi't cloth over i-t, and then passfn.'v a hot iron over it softly. Tho atcani sure duath-ta-tJjCiUt—-'Wien-AVi out of tho well by u.^iu;^ Iho steolyurds luul clothes liui?..._„\V.o_Wiire atour-vvit's end because tiie ropo had broken, and we  had nut a drop of wjiter to get diuner xyith. How do tliey knbw all these tiring8, I should like to iifid out?" .  "They read tho papers. Annal" said the molhcr, laiighinj;-. "That is the <mly branch sole cause of the most execrable revolt they take up difl'ernnt from yotir êhildren.  that ever was inaugurated by men or devils. They strictly maintain, also, that there can be no cndnritîg' or, desivable peace for us while this institution is in the mnlst of Us.  one. t^all I'.iiil e.^:auìine.  cima.-I ;,■!(>'  JLafiyetie îlouse, I wb.-i, N. Y.  This old and well kuwn Tavtu-n J^taud litis lieen  ; í^n^wly-íu IIÜÄI u guÄl e o nd i tin n  «.Sud thü snb-iorilxT tomlers iiis seiyiovs us liu.-^l. . and will at-all titnx;a bu liiund ready,JíLadialaiÍ£-■ter to Ihu cumfoi-l and Wullaii; of all who may favor hitn wllli^ their p'itroníi<¡:'e Slald' s Inr^e And commodixMs. well sloreil. and well attt^ndi'd. The public an; inviied to call and try his lare and accommodations.  F. D. RATH HUN.  Cubai taâtitf  /r i  ¡1 '> ir S / r a;  T C:Avnoíil  »J ®rhe sH  of Si"*I^^ÍU-ill 1 lie market tiyaiw J..bl.j!i:JT lMj.,g.ick iüul );i.u' Cali aiiil' S.uauu" foi'" yi ui>.'.  N  S'Y't'íl C«t íe Í s i Fí'í'd Cui tes íi ! !  Î OVi is 7i.nr li:iic to 4avu ' ■^-¡■.Ici ¡.jkí it will pay you to buy oui'ut our-l'eed CuUiü's. Cníl (1 ex'amini- four di "«rent kiiu!.-^: ui  ■'JU ^ - A.Lv^CKUART'S.  April2lt.h, I8I.0.  M. Pish.  i^fecksmitli—on 11ÍC' corner of "ifiiiin and 01eiih .st., 1. oppo.'ute Rathhuns^ ifotid. '\Vlior(j_ all khids fif Blacksnfithing will bo done on Die .'■hortest %tice, nud most reavonable terms—and Horse aii|[ Ox  _______SliQMlàiïdnaL jiupuioit4itaiiitttp.------=------—  ALSO, ipanufacturer ofCarriages^BuggiësiWagons». ajid repairing doui^m sliort notice—on«.'door south of the Iilaeitsmith .Slinn »» Glean streot.  tÛÏÏf  "XÏÏgtÏÏÎcÏÏTNÔV  J>  W.  ----------------------  BARNARD, wonld respectfully an-  no.unce to the public that he hiis'taken out a regular licensö, as a .Auctioneer, and thosi; who desire his service.s, will find hi ni r' adv at all times acrv^ lUem. By printing liills of sale vvilh ùts riarac as .\uct;ioncer, and for varding one < r iwo to hi.s addrc'S:^, he will oo!i.sid.:ir himself u.s du íynotillcdt> atti-ud. fosti)IIìce address, An--¿elisaiAlJeg^ny County, N. Y,  Oct. 8;: 1803;,. : " I370tf;  AIV« Si GïlKKN,  & COÜN&ELLGRS AT LAiY. Angelici, AlUijanij Cotmhj, K. V,, yiriUal.t.cad to all basine^s intrusted to Iheircharga,  \5rith promptutós and dispatch. f., 6. OIIBKS.3 [W. ANOËL.  • •;, Oaloe—Corner of Main and Center Streets.  T  Amos SI. Rinitis,  ÛP Cancadoa. would respeclfnlly announce to tho ivfllioted r latives of deoeasdd. £oldie,rs.  ----iSbat li'rlss 1 el^a 11 y-à  fiad adiuiuing Counties io procuro- Bountics of IXecieasòd Soldiers. Also for the Collection of Baok'Pay Iftutf Punsioas.--Datcd, Caneadea, Jan. 13,1863.  of Caneadea. would respectluUy àunounce tQ the ìnvaVul Soldiiìraaiid-i"-rk-nd9^ ot dtHsenSed that wc 'hiivo been acquainted w'ith Amos R. Smith, Esq,, pf Caneadea, for a series ot —^eara, aud bavo found- hira-lq he-an hon'orable-jmau in hia business relatìons, and believe tÌÀl «nx business oatrusted to b!m will bo traniuictè4 Sr^l^UhJMaUly; "" " "  jAMËâ L.iK.sr\'u, Jpu:? Ilapjp,  IllìVUr ÖUlHiKSUN, . Jr.F.JVfiäTJB.nQOK,  J. A. Jackson,  IIifòHeea*;-' TIIÜX4N Biiu., : Boti)  ant to know where Utiyjij¿"ÎM nñtreGockdsf . the AagpUfi»  iNifO^ I -iíttftl  ■y^UEaF. on -z-ul «tay .  Jáiié T.iiní, of tlii! tKWíii of iífifíí-f,  Morigage 'Saie.  r Oriol.er, Mof.v  «MU11..VT-1WJ S--»t4t i>t' NVvv' Yor«, eircntcìl ami drtivof.'it to ÌKl.ii li.rii^, .)»• s.iiil fii.vn, rt e. ituMi iii irltH^,— 'ü sc-ourt> tliH ii^yiniuit lirrilo ."im of tino hui''(lr«il inni livi'ii-ty U.illari, aiid itin iiitcris!, tlicK».,, J^'iH^JJiOftii?^ w Tìti'c orbal i i uiin'.> un ili«  27Hi .jiiv of O.'totjer, .I8-1S, in LibiT 21 of Mor'^iiiC, at p ii{« 4U .\ii.l whO'O i.s fttitl tiii.rt);jiii« "a-oii ttu-Cth <1 of }S')4, ilu'.v" i)> tiu-Siili i{>riiH to  itl*-l *iii. «if. 1 .  -Jt  li 1.1*11. wriiph a-yfjtmTMTt-  .ir.lol i" -vW (iiU e,.iii tli.ì liili lin.v ..t .Vp'u', lSi>4, in Lilioi- N.« > IH! iif A-siïii'ni ut-', i<r p lïc i;j70. Auil thero i< i l:iiii¡. il Io tiu due uii-.m ..ui.i ii.oii^u^o «t ilie  toi< ut law Ol ill i-<|'iitv, luiv« l»-t>u insíiiu c>l or t a.il to c.illifi:t t'lH h'jiiim ; i.ijw, tiifretorn, virtue of tin-cr of »»to (UíufiiiiiHií. ill ►inl inOFtiitjf, Hiiit r<iirfic<l tlioruwitiv nofii-e í:í'.«ii, Umt ihe ^;li.l miu t-  ({.ajfu »ill lio f.ire-lo-i-'t, nil t thi'I'rt'Miise^ iIkii'hi (ti mtí-be<l wilt liu "''Ili 111 tl'*-' t>i 'lier tin refur ar |)ul)lio  «Ui'tioii oil tlie-a-itH KAV i.K li-i,v, l>fii4, il' 1() o'C Ki lc, A Ji., af the En-liiii^i.- tl tel i« lîel'a-«, kvp' t>v L 1). Uc.i-iiuMs. Tlie (iruiiii-i-H a» ile .c.-ili-il in «lid innrt-¡ji^o ill jtiif a.s ii) 1 nv-; viz: " \ri that irac; nr pare».! of i.ail't fi'uitf in '111- tiiu ii i)f Bi'ifii.ir, (ouutv of Allo^^nv anil "Ciro -of Ke -v V. h.^ii ^ * pjirt of loi Nu Ô3  in svii roSvíi, iiiiJ b 'U'i'Seü Uj fy ow.-. viz; 4oiu,'ii«-iii;-iinf xt 'lie M. itii ui'S' u M i or iif '.inil on no 1 1). U-h.-it Ileuwiok, runnii.j; s uiUi on iln' lii.c i.f hiinl api.ioiuia-tfit by ilie Siiti! for f r O iio i-i; Vule.Cuui,! four cll.i in anil til rtv liiiit»; fin n-!• «.on'li riglii.v kí» nmt í'KUv il'Mjr. l'i 04'',four Hi^inî nnd t'vtnu two 11 niiTf tlli'ii I- nnriTïTMiiv>'Wjïiv^^ ra-t, fonr efiainif t'u'iii'o M'Tili »-¡¡ítr', .'i.x .iñil ixie-fourt Ì ilciri'i-s. ne.i, livt> l «cvi'nt.v ffcVfii links  to th^ pla'-tí of tl ^'iiiiiii'if I'oi'iiiii In.' tw.i iii ivs,'bc ttie BaiBU more jrtfss." lii-l'a-t. Ai^rl '.'7, IStW.  Mii;tlAEl>^U:OUATn, AJuJ^'ni-p; ° uoBKRT H.voiv, Mfv. : lawiaaj  of eliange, bus taken (wms ajivuiist Uiw, tn'-g'4inizr?d a biOTKÌvrT^H^^ ag^iiîHt (h<> national authority, mad*.' f.»r;!ii(I;i!)fe warnp-oij the I'ederal D'nii>n, and in order to fourni an einpire^ (TpoTT the ('öiTM.^r stone of slavery, tlnenti'iis not "üíy fuir existenci.í as a [icnple, litit tiie annihilation of tin; princij ples of Fi't'e tliiiinian (¡overriineiit; and thus h;Ts rendered tiie eontinnaiiee òf mv p;i() slavery iiicomtiaiilde with thf» preser-viitiori of our own lîîjurty and indejiend-  I'liCe.  In tUeof thn nafion fnr'exi.sl-''¡ice t!iis ¡lowerfiil and wieked  tr(=;i.S'i!.), tlio li!;,vii<'.st exceutive' aiUlioiities have proeliiiined the uh.'lition o!" slnv. iy williiii most oí' the ì'( l)('! Slates, .¡iiid dc-iMfi d its pxtinetion hy niilitary fon-r.— TIk'V liavi' fidi.stid .those lormerly hidd as íílrt ven ì^oJdii'rs Ju tlK ijational.^ar--  luies. They have tuken mcasnres toOr-g-ai.d^'- Iho ln!>Mr .(ij' Üm fr-íH^Umin^ímd lo--stituted mensures fur their sifpport"- and çovermnent in tlpM'r new condition. It is The Presrdc'iit's dnelared policy not ii) eon-sciifc to the reor,L>-aui/.atioii of civil fjj<u'eni-rnent willria the BiH'eded States upon any other basis than that n|' c-ronncipaTioTi, in (ho loyal iStates where slavery has not .been, abolished, nicasur<'s (if' enrantriparron, ill ddicnn.L stai^-t siìf |)ro^rres.s, have been set on foot, ftnd are near their con .s tl hi m a-tion: and pi'opoaitions for an itmendment Í <1 - lb e fedíii'aL_C(iii>-tltnt-if>i V- prJih i bit i n g slavery in all the States and t<>!;.rit' rics,_ an; now pending- in the initional Conïi'ress. fhiit, ill ow-wesent sitnatinn-tbe iiitei-  A_dciQentaOxploaiQ^_o£ 1*0» ffiCohster Torpedoes Near Nowbern, N. C.  Ol'TPOSl'S, Oamp Claassen', la2D llixiiMiiNT NEW YOUY Infantuy, BACHi^i.on's Cni'iEK, N. C., May 27, 18()4.  At four o'clock yesterday afternoon, on tho-arrival of tho train at tiiis station from Newbern, a terrible explosion attended the removiil of four torpedoes from tljo cars t*; to the [dalfortn. FvU'ty (uld soldiers atid  .....iit-^n-  iiistant, while ))et\Vfen twenty and thirty persuiisj^ white and black, were wiuiuued and mangled in a manner frightful to be-hohl. . . . „  The train whioh left Xewbcrn at 3 o'clock in the aftonioon brought to the outposts tho remaining I'our of thirteen Itn-peiloes, of hunistrons weight and proportions, intended to'cpmplole the blockade of the Neuse river in the diree-tiun of Kinston. Tho last of the finir was about reaching the station platform when an ac«>!dental blow, from a log Wood strikin.g ujxjn the cap, e.xploded the torpedo' 'I'he concussion was so great that the. other thfee followed on the ex-I'ii^iiil" ef. the first, a lid so quick as to  make but one mighty re[)ort, like tlie crash of a thousand pieces of artillery tired sirn--ultaneously. The disaster was one of the most appalling and heartrending that has hapnoauHl i n this country ju 14 series oi years  Theu.l liavu-taught-theni- tfi -mnko iv-snn-iip book together, in which they save aUthe useful, interesthig- little iteius that would otherwise, be lost or forgotten. I dare, say you will fmcl that 'remedy for rnoths' in it auioug tlMi a«d Î remember^^^  lieV tellitig--nTO-T5f-"BTUiH^^ of,  who got tho bucket out of the well in tluit munner. You know I havo often urged you'to take a good family paper, if Only for your children's stèlçe. A gwi newspaper, wliich the chiWeii are''taught to read every weekVls" like a gold mine in your garden. You cannot estr-mute its Wiutli ill money. They will gather new find valuable ideas from it by hundreds; they will learn Jesaoua that will be useful to themselves and oti.ers all their It v^ J t-lfëj^'WîlHro^^-mrn^ and wotlneU when they grow up, and be far better (iitted to take care of themselves ill the.,World. Tho reading men and women go^t a living agreat deid eiiea{>er than-others. By all means, Annie, take a paper this 3'ear for yotn' family, if yon wear your winter bonnet all summer to pay for it. . It is an easy mutter to Have out two dollars fi-om yonr household expensea, when you have such aiVîmportant end to gain."  Will not ev(ïry mother take to . heart this lesson, and encourage her children to  struct them ho\v tO pre.servo in a readabie "shape jXho useful items they may land in  jt|_And remember ytni (|o a life-long kintl  neus to every* family that you can by any means induce to take your iauiily nowe* paper. .  LAWS OF NEW VORK;-%- Authority^  [KtMv law, nnl04i 11 dtlToifenHlinesliftll >>«firescritiedtherein, hIuU iMmnKn'o nnii t»ho i'/Tnet »Iir.^Utthont thc8Utc!4}a and not t»e<orc tlio tnfiUtlcUi day iftCP iho d»* of iU fìnat nav saae, •« ccrnnert by the SccreUrv of iiUte. Hec. ii, Utlo 4,  cbap,7, iiartl, BBtUC(18t«tU!C»l_ • _i .  tb« «bore oW rates ' . C^v« .: ^  Legal MveñkimeñtM fsM^ftëf 'fl'-IÎîJlHtt Ptka». '  The?« Tarmi ifltie____  to. ana «eit!cmeß( ia requested: «Itfat «3^ÍKÉÍ¿íiÍ  tboAdvertlö«ment!> ,  ---------  [Híi  AN ACT for the apprai.seuicut of the damagea of l»amolia Zoller, widow of Jacob Zoller, John. Zoller, Anaatassìa Zoller, (Ìéorgc,"Zoller, ' Fruhk Zoìfer'and - Albert Zoller, .children of Jacob Zoller, - dece.'isod.  Fassed Aprii (>, 18C1; threc-iìftha benig presen'  Th» reapU af the Slutc of A'fW York, rtprtitnltd in Senalt Mxl Aism^tlUt^oenact-af-JuUatcì, - , -- - ^  SncnoN 1. The canal board of tlie state of New York aro authoriaed and required to bear, investigattì nnd decido upon tho daini of Pamelia Zoller, widow of Jacob Zollei-j and John Zoller, Anastasia Zoller, rjeorgo Zuller, Frank Zoller and Albert Zoller, chililren of Jacob Zoller-, deceascd, •^dtituiigeè tu thcir prnpertyr«'»"'casioiiod" by the ovorliow of theErie canal, and tliey shall make Ruch »award of darnages as they shall deem Just and èquUiible. - .  "§ 2. Thqauni awarded under tltìs aet thc4t=e;vsurtn' of this state tihull pay, pn_  in, s,*««!! xfotnntcnce mi>«| loko tiTt-ct duñitiiinMilfiMlHIi «nd not nur*- tiic tnviitieth utter fhe itay of lÉa iai MK ' ìmko, m Ofitlñi-d hv t)l^ Seoeift'; uf Slalt. §m. chap 7, p»rt 1, Bevisi ü Statuto'.] _ '  Se7iaíá cííd Aftfin^ ?;/, do enact as foìl<mt : SKcrio.v 1. A«iï pcrîon who «ball cuter njraii tlwí*«rpifco-»ft«lili'ff fiín» pttfW-tUMWl  thiT"ivarruiïîTôf the aiîdltor, to Pamelia Zoller, and the guardiau of the children of Jacob Zoller, deceased, named in the first seciioti of lluB act, out of any moneys in tlio treasury appropriated or to be ap-proprhited to the payment of canal dain-  § ii. This act shall take effect iuime-diately.  State 01'Ngw York. onice òf tho Secretary Ol Statu.  eaulo is tt correct transcript therefrom and of tho v/holü of said original.  CUAUNCIÍY M. DHITAV.  SicrtUiry of Slate,  LAWa OF NEW YOllK—liy Authority.  ramo Irf a eorréct trani^iiiÀlbcrefraift «al ìt^Aü CHAÜS€EY M.  Cn.iwèa'SBS".  AI« ACT to prMcotti c tjliluji ofh  Iniods. ~ , .......  i'mcd April 22i.l8&4; dw» fiftht beiAginwWl  TJ\e J'cnflt f/ tht SiMsaf '£m  ur «vtiu >tit4t tAlie ony tUl) irosi auji Kiuib |kknI, _. cuucct t of tho ovTtK^r tfaf-rvot fba'l, inwlàit;«» iaiMq n>i iurtabb- liy for tri*i"(.»«s, belinb'ktdth**«« iitoi-oitiiiiiti-.rsutb U«(l f-rUifr^à'ueofsîK*!* tiMii'iihe v'i'Ä^t.v of ti^pitt-ßve «tilla» fifrachoT vkUmI »iidi utvî.ir, oocnpjjtit ebrtl I«»»; Itili,J|i4(.-u»iu kit'illty .ni'Rf: »aid. pyod » written, ....... ...  imûilfil tiotitV, fc'ixt ntr tiiat such pond Ita^Hrei* iii>tii;inicailpor'><n<iihtitb« niU IioM tfaem MMpaMlHtlNI^' tiiliiii'i; imy tliU Ibi-refiom, ' ,  Siw a HtiUstmiier thiA»!^-shall be T>r3«(v<lWI ouicer« nml in tt.o ni»fni<T pvt-Su-tibotl b, wctiOtt ti  ti't'D tiimdrta amr^ixty two, ciitiUca -«An actff ite Uon uf a«ar, bird» ¿ud fresh water Ml'  Ktath ut New Voi.ic OlllCtf uf ttio SecrcKiry of Stato.  I hi\f cMnpart'd tU» prcccrlinjt tl>e nrigilUll  til this citUui, &Î d Uo i t'rtUv tlwt tfo i«»-  (¡flpt iIií,íiff«íísiJí(Í4ífíUa ü!"i!«flf»"!d!«l  'I  ;  (GvurV law, niiba j a dilfcrrut Hmo »Iiatl he pr^wlbpil Uiorc-iii, Blialfci>iiimi'ii..;p and iftlif ctTuct tlirotii{Iiuut tlití Stitp on ami not bft'oro tno tiv«itltt!id»> adri* »he iJay of Its (íiÍíiI'ubu  8tc. 12, il lui,  LAWS OF ÎTEW Yoik-'By AtÚMüttl^^  [Kvcry Uw, »ml«'*« a.diflïTOittime •Bsll.te^ewwll^ 111,-Jitlici.muielifif aril ta^ec■iT.«•t «  a&J nut lori» lli-J twraUitti dsy afurtìiew £[ »•■^JfjT- -»«(.•c, »H rntii'cii l>> lîi's íewitüt'j of Btaíe. 'W«. jl^WV^ ' ciiui>. part 1, lUvi-üd Statute ]  CMArTf-n 2.3. :  .ACT fur tho n'Ibfof Wiilinm Kc.VrUinr -Paisrd ^prH ÏS, lfc>ß4; tUfee t'.fihs btlng prWMit TU "fHf .'Ji'ilf tf AVw i'i,ri:, itpruink* and ArsiinVly^iUf enjj¡t at fitUiVis-.  «litiii'd to Ufar iliH clalmiof William McAlfliwr, «KÊm fur toei linr ii> t» p lir ».euiiou nnmln r one vT >p« l»>i innnt, f jrtliu e<pens«n il ca l'id in wuattl** WeWI ,.iihttt<Ui-.Uiu, cai.'ed t>5 tlio tt.ol ^vtl^•h OCCMWA iiObt I f Julv tvM'utiu;!», «.ijji.H't-n hunilMd mtó ÄJir  nud t > »nltf prutjfi itenun, ami >f in tut» cpiiilo«  iiwM.Wilaui^tso^t^provau-ol »liionati .  {tio (laLfi |...nîiiit!îor, to award to liirn »ut'h y ». «g  ( imrvl'U'iU Htjit na« Mlua'tv PSvaT.dttÍ îii trptlriw^yig il.itiiajriH aMcr ikdui-tin« »uth fuíu» »■• h*ï<> aUWtjrWWII» to ««111 ciut'riicfor, «ndw ilw ttnn» of lis con'twot ;  Si.c. i Tnc jnul tur of tti>(il'alú pjrtuuW «^Ä wiin'aut 111 Ilio tr. asui>r, iu l'iivur of tb« eel* WulW*  »ago, ii4ccrtiU«di l>y. Uíb Secretary of State, thiip. 7, pMc 1, Hevl<üd .SUtuc« s ]  CnAPTÉU 150. AN ACT to release the title and interest vead_with cave : the famiíy papoiv-and in- ; í^^ho people of tho Statti of New-York  tiiur, for sttí'ít Runv a ■ may tw aütwMcJ »» tati tâC^MUttlK^ .liT icf iirmUl jii'í iif thl» .let aud the sum íw»«erwiew» inUfi.rc prtjvuU'il, stisU iec>»td outoi »ny eieoWM  iSiTldicT's wtio.se gallantry had been dis-played on battle fields, ajid v>diose eager-"ness to Tieai'' the news from tiieir brave eonitades in Virginia had biought them clastering around the station, were hnrled, mangled aiiiMoriJ, into eternity in a, moments tinie. Bones, bodies and limbs were scatt.ei-ed lor a (¡iiailei of a mile aronnd, and in many instances it \v;is found impos .sjble. ta ixcuguize tho iv^nvaiitii of the nil-fortunate victims. Tiie signal tuwer ami a building, twenty feet by  I'ighty feel, l.iiiilt of logs, were throwii into the ail-¡1 distance of eight hntidn^d face, and strewed the coitiiiiy for a great distance around with the fragments.  Till'; r.\.si'ALriEs.  The greatest sntVerer li}' this terrible cat.istrijphe was the ();ie lliindred und 'fhii'ty-sccond New'Voi k, st.i-lioned I'orlhe last Iv^elve months on this fiont, and vv'lii.i.se camp i:-,' a.dj:ici':it to the rail rojid  si^tiioii. —^------------' ■'—■'.:  ..............  es t S of yrea ce ai tilled with th(t ^•tl TiTâ'iïcTpTÎTwnï. ' Tfio  of social Older art; iduji-i.'éss;ôr the canse tit' e^ dTilìcaTtìea  /assessor's Notice  U. S. EXCl.Si-: TAX I  ^th 'its earneit desire for  com/jribinrf the Cowities of;' Ojiemunß, ^ iSteuben and Állegmy, I^ÒTICB iß hereby given, thut the Îiâta of val-aatloiiô unci enmncratiqas of property, sub-  Ooifeetton Miioil^olaH^  ÍAYa AjUilta* Aftge^^ gcíiauat« I«. aad 4 > lb*. «ühntioäi of tUmià  rjiieiWMMMt er exce^lve vsl  M «AhwmíA« must  ■tícwíár  M  ^GOON'S HttdiiniüW  ■eatbrjiroodala the coautry  lieh fí.ir  mei ly ficeineil iiisin-iniftintable, in the pro-vident"'of'rod iippear now to be almost removed. The m st fonnidabhMX'maiiiing obstiiide, we think, will be found to be the nnwilHngneî^s of tht; bninan heart to see and accept the ti'iith age.inst the pre-¡ndie!^'/; of hnbrt and of interest; aiwl, to net towards thnso who have been heretofore degraded as charity of (Utfi.-^tian i.i inc'ijde in '"tho'necessaiy et:-;^ Jiixlii.lu-uapi'ove,.aüu elevattï th(îtn.  In viev^, thei-efi're, of its foi-ni(;r testimonies npon thé- subject, th<; (general ,4s-seiiibly does heroby devoutly e.vpi-es.s its gratitude to Almi.gJity (ioti that hé has ovenuled the wickedness atid calamities of the i^diellion, so that HeTiaSjWoi k<?d out a ilelivei-itnce of oto" c«»nn!ry fnan th{\evd-  jecAlo ta? acíkr î^p  Revcuac tosuppôû tbe Gorermaent «^ud to pay interest en tbe PnbUc D<bt," npprorcd jJuly l, 1SG2, aftdtheT\msöäi|fery 'Aüt.B"pprov(id SlarcU 3,  1863, »«lo ftoCtolrtlλ »Hblu the, Couatj? of Ape _ _ - ^  AiôeàiftrH aboniid-  the extirpation of slavery, as tho root of bitterness from whirh fias sprung rebellion, war and bloodslied, and the long list'of horrors that follow jji their train; ■hs^'^arnest tnfst ri'rA-t the Hh»r(nicrh' removal of this*prolifjc .'^onree of evil and hanu will be ^iecdjly followed by tliel>lessing\>" of our Heavenly Fjitherj the lotnrn of  jjBiVn open for the ex- prosperity to the whole land; and rè-ffff^ 4on>iftcnd tb all in qqr CDinmunkn to labov-1 . .. —- ^---.r - 'iiOTjegtly, earnertljr and ûiiwéiiriedly in  tlieir fiispectivc «pbercg for this glorion.s toi".wliich dnimatt jùsiÎcV;  perit^r ¿^'ßi^y interest,  'FetllÌ6BÌ^for tlítr iri^Htitm of slavery còntaiinti^. SQj^jO&yriai^a: h been ' pre-  ^hilàdeìpKia have .recently'presented to Mrg. GenM Meado, an hottso i|ii4-farmture.  _ and Aïniy Fhra^es.—"Onlnce iHe  <Jog« qv~ \viir'''--but~iliii///de the darn krit-ter.= ; if you don'f, .somebody will git hurt: " W:vr ÖV Ëxtcnninnsiinii-^'This ihiZ'j-belongs- holey tii tlie Koininistjara Deparl;-inenf. , . ; .  ... " Advunco G ijiabay  tu hav .inmir annee tu» keep our ,feller's tVuiri.|5ïtteh-iii- i'n --tH iIÄ^ frtni-t'vnirdsr '  "iîere Gard''—thisa^igard tha hav tn ' k^t-p trtir fcdlri-37Trh(?jrthii"aTE sTTriW^ froiii pitchin' iu- tu the*énema--backward. : "Awl (j^niet on the  t JjeiTecTsjnbj^^ I's.  air tnnler. .  "A  Thé Draft and tho $300 Ex-  _____________,______emptîOHr—.....—  ■ War Department,  _ P^VO^T^AKSiyLl,-^  ""WASiti.\o-foN',..TX 0 May 20. "lion. Wnu 0. Stoelc> IJ. S, House of IJepresentatives, VYashington X), C.;  "Sir: In reply to your inquiry of tins (late, as to letigth of timó to which tlie  in and;to certain real catate to Jane Fevill.  '. -i-Paslsed—April-9,- 186i; by a t^vó-thtrd-vote. . . , "  ÏÂe PcopUòf llie SttUii!' uf Xew i'ork, repmtnUd ir» Senni* mid AUf iiMy, (lò tiiàcl a» fulìvioi :  SncrioN- 1. All tho estate, right, title and i I ite re s t o [. t h o_ p e op 1 < }.,of. th.e _s tate. iif-X-esv-YiyrTTonin and to all the real estate, with the appurtenances thereunto belongings  «li«r pmv  I "S^uri nuproprmrod orto ti« eppràprial'i* »J« llillll Mie a Ít'hís act filian taUo eütct imiHíídiat«!/.  ¿r.vTK 01? YOUK, } Office oí" tho tíeoietary ef State.  I'have couilJirid tfc'prl'ccdusg wUïTkt itW^ al Iftìv on lihj ift Ihis ofíleí?, and do Cvîrtifj t^ W lime is Ok coriect transcript theruSToia UM «í whole of faid origtuaL  ---------- CÜÁlTNTlíY M. DliVEW,  pavment of jim^aïutatioiL^niouey ^mWtittn^mu folpse or xlischargui  a7nanlVomb\a>ilify to service, itave C T' ^n  iKUior te State tluit Uie langua^; of theiavV "" '^I'  vnguage nf the law seems t(i me to make the subject plairir— The law says'if any drafted person shiiU hereafter pay money for the procuration of a srihstitiTte ttnder tiio:pi'r)visu)íís of tlie act to which this is tin amendnïënt, .such payment of nioacy shall operato only to relitívo sudi person fríim draft in filling that (juota.' If it sjiould bo necessary to make several drawings of .naines in order to till that quota, that is to say, the quota ji| teiitly j\ SBÌgriBd^ p av üi g t b e-  coiMuiutation moiii'y will bé exempt on ïircouîitof such payment, from all draw-ingKLto filHhafc^TiDta rnailß'^S to  the one in which he was drawn, aîid for Vvliich ho j)aid.i coniinutation. I am, .Sir, very rospectluUy, .Your oliedient servant, - , , J.AMÉs H. Fny,  voattMaxskal-tirGnoral  XAWS.-OF ^V.VÍ^iMVÍ^ -ß^MiTWHty.  [Uvorv Ifi«', unici)'» H dtili-ronf tflìii'dl-all he jiri'Wrllieil ihütt». II),-Dil,ti) f 'miiiciicü nnd til." «Jiir^^yiii^liiiiir tri¿St»ij_«ír  trrtr i-iii'  ] t ik e 'wit f i i ri _ÏÏJ íè n e i n a '^s I i nés,. an d brin in a blind muli: and 2 niggers tu board_.J......  pocket:^bm;k, _ _________ , _ . ___________________  ' "rieki'tls"-—thest; ave surplus chaps who ;ire cent on! to boriy. turbaelrer; aiidtosee if th,e kussed r'-bels Irav got cny pass.  ''.\n Arn.i.isiice"—"ihi; btiema tn chances tu gitJicki-iLüislc^alPoyi^ - -. "Mdilai-a Stralei-gí'e''---tryiiig,tii redact: a -rsw;rn.i[> l»y kHehiit-'^ tlnr iìilynns' fevcr 'onr ov it.,, ,  liekrnjin' Qiihisar.s'lr—Jtidividiiab^^  arc .cent intu tl,^ riilAtLde.sÌLricks, ìjil a furlong, to rekriite them^elfs.  ".\rmee lìashuns''^baek pay, and preserved beef. V  "(Quartering on the enema"-^thi.s phr.ize is del uilk Led, bekase it is contrapee tu Mnyle.  demei4ei' ont ov^ uh-öpliifier, st) that he'll do to promoat  - OöRRANT-=Ä OUO O'Ji. OîiTï  boiiutii: Potus5, T-oz.^Carbo^^ -Aiiwinu  trtïïT^mlÎTE^ '''  fjuar0<>ft soap, mixWtTwhoîô^il^^  tlie .slush" through the nose of á watcr-pofc tp^tho bushes opening tJieui sQ Üiat  tbö íluid-wdl pae?8-flf;WïT tliíí+brks-of tho phitït'ôïuwhich thé^;'^^^^^^  »ppralvcriito hear and ilctcrnilnc ttifi wvcrnl ckimo of GriflUtt TíT ti aaii MUls, Lwo.  iiá^'ffnoh, Ji»tin ilrley, Gidfoa l.tinii^lmn.';—WîinKniTSûir ^iid St>stph WBäl?,^«rakii£i«(.'«ct»lracdfo havn boon «u-staiaed bj tiicin, Kevcfal.iy,"!» ci«)H'(iui.'nco of a fli)i>d iu February, p.lghtwn httndtcd and fifry-ojn-, and anoiliir 1» «Ijjhltt« huií rfrcd aiid sUty, lyhtclL Uuud* uro all^K^d to haro bren noPit Ti^ftl, |ii J liji. J I'ii:  and my woi-d for it thoworms vyill bo dLTid^'"rn~"ihf;r mb^ning The will not iiîiur7>^-fhG lcîir, and is excellent for rd.-uj or any other . buslies infected  with hirvie, lico or bugs.  ____  . the viiTJcs  squashes, fneîon» and ciieurubers.—r Steep tho tansy so^ as to niako stro^ig^ ^ea,jin(l tJ.icji„s_prinklo it.ovor tEo V-ineifi ;with a brusli. Tho bugs ciiiB^ iifr^ âi^ drop off, and .eènse to trouble the vines.  How to Jump Safely flrom tho Cars.—  There is a- way, that all persons should know, by which one may ■'jump saftdy.  Take ^ire ■ to have- suW foot-lt^^^^ before you jump, then jump easily forward, at a  Pari'allcl line.s"—are thorn kind o'lines little angle from the "cars the sam« way that never cum tug-ether - I they'move, tind continue your pace easily  ".Militai.in"ce.,.i\!i"—icnophisers and a! when yon strike the earth, and you will-r nvbiski'tf/''feyvry; threem'W.'sen.'iatjOM than irf-iin or-'  gallo« »V  -Because • two  their pa[Rirs in  "ea.-,y going Cilifor.s I tlio care of "the ni-  |dinary_vuiL  •ht  A courior from Johnston tohis Cihief cl^rk;^'and went lijmt-, thus acting in a of Oavnirv, Gerr. Jacksoti, \va"s~ cíipliir-maii'.er so negligent ami careless that tliey j ed rerentlv, bearing a noto of'inquiry K^eatne liable tn m;^tavy law, by givbig-jYom thiídomítóF.-u.^kiíig informatiön-of pinJicaiioi, iu forge,Î liMbtaiy movements oTî~hiâ flânÎcsT  such an answer as - bo deemed expedi  ent.  Let u.'j add the hope, however; thatif the^ worthie.s should, go home, tliey will no^ laiLto iinitato_.lh(;_ ex:iy)ple._of ,such g:ood  l)cinocr|its as lienjamin and Davis,-who,- , v  be&u« thayLwoat homt^ toc»k i-are t^fdraw A?o-Rn\v^v.eT-tfinHlionsand-ae«ia-f;mvfv their miltfago pay and allowances.—PA;/, with fla^.-wljich is well up and grow  situaiein thù^Jtmvn íjL Jlmirictta, county  .of-ironri>ei--vvliereof Michiud H?viir,' late of said town and county, died seized, are hereby v^leasetV tti Jane Fevill, widow of said AiJchael Fevill,.,.and to her heirs und assigns forever.  / § 2. Nothing herein contained shall be construed to impair, release or xlisidiar^  nibifigajirc, jhdgiuciit or otherwise, iu the said roiil estate.  §3. This act shall take ('iFitct iinme-diatoly. ........ .  ST-UKOI'NKW YOIIK, ( . Ouice of the Kecroftiry ol'dtiili;.)  I have compared the preceding with tho ori;,'i-liiillaw on Die in thin otlice. and do certify tiuii the F!\ine is a corrccL tnvh'^eript tluirefroia ivud Df tliO whole ol tuid original luw. . ■  -cii  •it'Std-jnj tl' Slutc.  ami not Toriiro £h» tm'iitioKi «J.iy afti rltur lîav of Uä iUi»1 pa  niffctiHeil l«v tiîo í)iCr.L-rary úf St-ite.. cííup, 7, part I, BcviM'd MatiitC-.J __  ■ . _. _CJiLU'rjai-2ai.^--------  AN ACT tiïaMtlioHz'îtln' Cinil AftiifAÎnirs to iifárani! dirtir-  iiilit« tin-ciaijiii vt llrifli'li I). IJiiihtli ami iithfr», fi>r<liiiiv Bites catiu'd t)ï tîin tnip{up»r coUiirucUosioi w» »qntdiict on  ■ .liiB-BlaL-li-Uivjer-caiial^ . l'as-sed April 2i, Ifeßl; tbrcc fitthn IwtnB present. The Peo/fle o/ Ihi iSifit^Z-AW li/it^ r^^rÉa^iííi-in  flECTio»' Ï. Jurisdiction i« herebjr t^onfcrftd upon the canal  ________or tuttiftiincTic; of tht  aiiui.'duc't ofthojm¡i:kliUíj..cju«a.aivw-^  WiVti or WistcniT"' '^'i® CKunty of Otifida, a"tid if «aid aptirais-'  »■r* tiijil tliai damagusluv« aciTurd «ofaid ctalmatitu, .jr «itbcr  txuctiiitrof said aqni'duet, aud aca'c m»do oa% wldcU, if if fstatiüíUed lu çïlden«).against ati Kidivldaal or carpi'ration\ «■òutd cr«Bl« » Ipgar liahmti, they «hall waiiP soi-U awa/d^' ihtrcm 89 Tuaj. too-jïiït and rqultablrt inbj«ct U> «(«peal« to Itio eaiial board. SIÎ0..2. Tlie tr<>a*uncr »hall pay On the warrant of the ande-  or of tlie Ciò,al drputuii-ut, «ucti Btim or sum», If anr, n» »hall t« anardod and ttfuilty A'<Judlc4te<i, in purrnaiic« of tniiact, outiif a'ly muiiry» lu Uic trc«H«ry ajrpnipria-cd, or to bo ap.  ^aic: it^'Tiitrmt^?^^ cifect In^'c^a'oljr. •  STATE OP NKW VORK, OffiíTj-óT llieTrticreiai^liJr Stale..  I haTo compared tUo prccedUijf with tjio original U« on Slf in thl« otli, aiid do <'ertii^ ttiac tUo fame U a correct tran-<»ipt öiertffuiu aiid oitBo^wliolc of widorlK'nal.  CUA^CKV at DEPÇW, ----7"......"" .. ..„—jlwrciaaqi pístate.  LAWS OF NEW YORK—By Authority  Se.rdanfi^iàÊÊI,  LAWS OF NEW YORK—By AtjUion^  riZicrv law, nul«'8'«Rd'irercnt'im«' i-h Jl  «id not bcforo the tniït'ttrth d*y «rter th«s day »»g», ai certittrd li» thss fecrftary of Sta». iíM. chap. 7, patt I, Beviicct SwituU^j  OuAfTCu Sia. '  A« ACT forthcrclk'fo David V. Ijmw*«««.  JfaMt d April 23, ISt«; tUrée-UfthS t»i Ifijf plW*  ^The peuple vf the State of New York, fywe*àà|' Senate aüd .1 Hmily, (h mad as follùut: ' _  HiiCTiovl Tho fonat .l'praiiîi r» araUcr»by«rA»fcji<i€" rotiT.lfod iö hi r-r R'-d «Ic« rtiiine th» cjaiia « f íwW tenu», <if 111« 'u«« of .\ri.viia, hi tU ci'O'ty of K* ilAtjLurej a'luued to Jiw j^í»-  tliu state or it-» {'aMiil t>£dt'U!M tUrongti ttU latid» w*  fr< )n »Iii; I'rlc (Nnil. and )>.v tatunff puipi'<i-, utid l.y J5i>w'ri,»l.i- lam'«, and livUaleac IK üald^.iwn fn.nj -iid cMial, nndJti>ii»w4 t# 1  a«'id'tappr-'fosr-drim jqvt and »pittaWB, , , st4to tPiiH iio held h'^all. t-omvl t> î*ay, iioC «aMM^t hMii'Mt'd f!ull:'.r>: >vh«'h sum, or tht! EUm aïïitfimtf»|jri 1 Iju 111 full of 111 t'la.iiinoi î-nSd Umiore.iux fur tWtWljia IUI,'«Hfl« üf the dlH'H II'W Oui? í>vt>r Iiis haJiS, f»-» «!» <  taf« "  asin'.UiiYCiVst;?, ' . . ' , , .  Si.C » ■i'i.fttoi.íijnr'h-iU PO «»tiii-T.a'-Tr.Bttifl .!Í tl-.i «'.mil I.t(.utili., r.t, ili iawd Mi"" S«''»"»  tu.iï ho a^^ftrd.dt!l M.n under the pn>oi.Hui.<if of.-ri.v fM' iieja h) tî.et« UhU'v Èppn pria'e J, «1» ftted, lor tiio I ayii" < t "f uasiiil Uaa-S.^' 8  ÖT.Vi'K NiiW Youii, -ggôjA^IIi^-x,ct of Mate.  suiiu- ih a cuircct (,r,iiu>a'iiJt tl.crclroui^wii whole üf i.-ììd o:-:,Midi. -  _ —_ ctyji^iqtY  OT NEW tmiK  in,- »^aii ciWiiu.O't; ' anana':»' tUct;! JHwigitfciibt yl^piMM^^ r.ntl ««thtfiii-ft t' tw^ttb tlir ft^ of  jcerlitiod hv.tîw 'frcfrewrv'^iî Fjrf»-; Mil VI  tliap t»rt I, pi i tt»Mrlr« J _ " ■ \ _  aTÜ' act Aty ame. il on ai t «ntír-o-r^An r« Wl _ »f Ani:?»! -a,' pawd ' '  aîliîllllr  Pa^' c r \pr.l-Ì beÌB» pf««*.-  Pie reoyle of the State «f Af» Sinaie and Asianòyt uutcl üsfuü^Ms:  StCTîiîiS t. Tbc ITU toe- ofth«vi»t!»fti'Of < t IQ po^Tt!T fri TCqtiir« 11»« ÔWIW or owtfVPr o» cuífcnt.» of ativ lot. or iots In «wl t>aìr fìde«»»lttó.ìn ffttiî of¿ fwawictLfjijïïdiûf"  fctjd íhíill al-i> U'»v<j po < »T io ««id« Rfid ptotcrlÎTt'.; of ofijRmrntaï altad« b«» «.1 ,t.md.s atid itr«-®?»/!? s^iil-tlllai;». ^ _ ' ^  SKC Wht'ucvtf thoaaldrtostpatfeaOfWei»! l» roii-.iturtp.l opposite and lan th» «ata« t nv hit or lot«. thi-.\ sliaIl4iroet aato'hc fir "" rlaJoutofuhichlhcs-mcidiaU heco^«  iOiivtcociiot*, which rtiaìl be ««tWM, w híjok" of E*ld 4î«rp<.r»tfon. in««'  tieoUicuof, In writic* «Oiaü b«gÍT>«H>t>i«<  pant arHT'Ti K.TTo éun ,rrnf t wich !  duV hke ».0tie.'ther«)íií, .»haJl l)»|l!« , cy"p4i,t, aud »hUh u.itiw ahalt ^ «»IP^;  • orp »ration^ and eh^U b* oj iiaroia- or ort uoant oc I» «M «ö  îlar tf wiir »5 ifc»*»?*^^  tÎHj dwBhnw too^woTtÄ« «f  lof, <f U any »-aeh Upon *tM»fM« in tarto tbí owrtjrof »»J upprewj^m  or unlcno«», »tiBh not««è" »llÁil c^tne mßf  i« ntA to má yiÜMst, t  -h»n mi oiTHip'.y wittl«t*.t«««|í«ai  fErprjr laiT.'nnlcKaadiffcriitittitnoshaìlbaprctcritiMltheTe .„._ . _ I», »h»Jl cuinuicntro and tallo edrct throaghoot Uic Stato on ¡„^thty iih^ipVMe'te  and not bvMrftUie tnCiilit tU day after Hi« dv of it» ftoal pa.i- 1 ^fti-r " ' «ago, a* ccrtiUed hy th>) Scfrrtary of etate. 8cc. Utlu 4, ' cU»p. 7, part 1, Beviatid Sia ut«8,J ,  Cu.U'rEU 31S. "  AS ACT fi)rOtorclUf7»fÛ0 WmC at»phcna. ra<aed Apnl ¡13, lS34i thr«^o fifths bclpg prescnt The People of the State 0/ New York, rcprtanltd M Senate ánd Assentii^, do enact 04 fdlowa: owdear?  rmtiUvd forcTie» th« prooteding»herttofuro ba4 by lh*m ou UieCftlmaf 1> -W. C,-SiebUens, fue. dama««* ^n« to toi»  pwtnl«», íltnAte «n Du'hiSSVitif«» Otis id» ir<:atitr, id tt>c ou«' iitriicttiìuiiftaéie:ri<>^tuial«i.UT)(«ineut, M>44lii»«»udiBgade upon tu« »ame, and. tf twai »ücbts^fi«* »od f»« «nid«!« lntfodtii.'*dJ>?ri>ro_thenj_Jt «liai} ♦ati'»fiíturity_ appw th« ■ JF^OEMtUS.  " ' r tn the waaifig of »aid S«^ ü.'1  ¡■■üdtrustMaíiíialílkut*«»-»«** -  vatd tidtirtü »Imu, - - _ and ih ^U b0 Mlnr«« «iwtmé \  lot to. sail -k>na«i,%» I i)«rae »( «Ac «aid cocfwation !h<a ttat«, MMi atAtt ato» M lal any lotorltrt*  IU Ui» «an» iuftoMT M I  levied m* «nlfMt«« «i i»« I  OITB««,- or üiccttyit w^MW auihoviMa it*^ {««MviA  {».'(■oriae wcttìmtf Ut »oc»?* »  clafical error or inadr'Ttanc« occurred ,,  HH-a d aud ricctp'iiijî the su(ji »«ardeiti by wbltb a p »nfonof iiiiííií«»'liti«o»'claim, iiot.pwonlfcd to«ai(lapprat>'e<««Dda'it ; or tj tvcar^-by ttrein; di-eu»riiid,-ai¡4 the^^e Hart^cdf«^''» î efiñ«««,.«»"^ ""  ».;t be»u heard, paswd_ui|«»t  nich iddìi Tn*t dikina«v« oc cunpMt-Mio»«* y and W^ally «ntít «<ltf r*c«.lv« for datn*««« pTcml$ús b> Üic i-OH»trttction of taid eiMargi  IhQclLCUltnbttapfeaiioted »ubtu-tlia . . , . and bad weh di'ch«^ »ppeal to th« < ajial bo»LdL jii'ia«>Ut«  ^'tH« « M9  m ■ iBiiia 'lÉkHfeái.  ( of Ulta i for «ÉMftiiftlHi -• • ;ttJí a»4 ««pw^'.anki-  heo. 3. Vtifi trMtiim ■iiall pa; on the wtrfMi of th« audit*  ortirtfi«'i?«iist a*, dor tbe  mit, OKI of Mjf pdwqri. iB ttw.  pro* Mona of tiu«  OftlMil  t0<^Ua«.byèl  î haìvc compared the preceding vv Ufa tbâ «rigioAl ^S^tSfS^â   

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