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   Allegany County Republican (Newspaper) - August 31, 1864, Allegany, New York                                 toiónws CKàBM.  Äjt'iateii-^'^ÄBjB'li; , ATTdBi?ÈT8àC0t)rk8BUQtoATi.AW  itfi^V ptm^Wn Jfi, r., I^tlt fUetlil to á|l t»itla«n jintriiìted io thatr  »addealér  _________________  ReiMiring dori» on'aliort notice Attgelica^KoT. 8,1853. ftSBtf  JQM^ 1  DR: 0; P; OARVERr DorMsI: Ocatal rooms over the SiOte of . . 'S.W.Bennett ftOo.-iH Staltli iDifli* BtookvAiigeUc». ' N. B.-4 h*ve no Partner. -I343tf Angelica, April II, IMS.  Pdrusnently loeatad at Friendship, « Y, -,  ' i':93  BAXTER'S ^  IttStilttte 0f Ptó,  . FJniENDSHIP, Z ESTABLISHED I N 1 8 53; ~Stiident8 G raduwed, ~ mentttlrMasic^a^  !.. ■ ' /''''JAM^ BAXTER, jiirSèndTòr à Circular, t: liOGft ~  riMXIÁ * fcTON'B  • 'J Í -IMPllOVBO'-  8SWXNQ- KAÜimnSfll  ; tw fWÉWilJ^IMroveffleñ ^ t jeSe*^ Tfeift  m ntm cwT-oí tbi^ad á&d sUk, tad taake thfryx* «m» «liktf oé both aid«.  No change Ih «e#iag from one kind it goons to «bòtiier.  And no takti^apart to olean or oU. «.iS."' 5i®w SiAKWAOToRr ¡» now <o«plew. wlÄ all its machinery., and tools entirely  Chiù««, whtcnTor BKAirrr ancT pkbpectioit of pwrairaro not sorpaseed by any nmnnfactorj  Have ybu counted up the cost? Wh«t 18 gained and what is lo»fcr-When tho jfoe your línea have crosVl?  ot fa^e;,v V  nnine»,  Gained—the iufam  tJamed-^ternity of shani^.  fefc^deserLofjnanW .wojriW Loai—the right you h^ by birth, Lost—lostl Fi-ee^om frbm the earth  Freemen upl The foe ja nciaring! ; Haughty banners high upbaring—  jJLoLtheiraefried iuinto-appeariugl-  PreemQii on! The drums are beatjng -J^.K-Shontrañy-Tlíachrno.profe-ñmír^^^^^  f t* can be returned and money rè-j — T® H^®® HerO'greeting!  funded.  Agents wanted in eonnties not canrassed byourqwa Agiots. , . iyUlS  Fiukle A, l^roq 8» m. c«. , No. 638 Bhoapwat, Nkw TORf.  P, M. Fish.  Blacksmith—on the corner of Main and Olcaij St., opposite Rathbuna' flotel. Wheieall ;;kind8 of Blackamitbing wUl be done «n tho fihort'oKt notice, and most reasonable -- -terms^and-Hortw vand -Ox-Shoeing- In a  superior manner. AliSO, manufacturer of, Carriages, Buggies, , Wagons, &c., and repairing done on eiort notice—one door south of the Blaclvmith —Skop_oiL01canjBtreet. Angelica, N .Y '' ' i38fttf ~  Fire losiirance!  UORNELLSVILLE AGENCY.  an-  ' 'Amos ;  OP Caoetuiea, woülá ' .res^^ noaiice to the afflicted r iativea of deceased joldiers^ that he is.a legally authorized Agent Tof Allegaoy and a^oiuing Coñh-|ies to procure Bounlies of Dc,ceased Soldiers. Also for thf L'olléction of Back Pay and Pensions.—Datedj Caneadea, Jan. 13, 1863.- ^  RBFBRENCES.—We, ' the undersigned, residents of Caheadea. would respectfully annoance to thein valid Soldiers andli^icnds of deceased Soldiers, that we have been acquainted with Amof R. Smith,^Esq,, of Ganeadea, for a aeries bi years, and have found blm; to be 'an honorableman in his buainess relations. and believe that uny busir  ness entrusted' to him will be traiisacle'd: wltbBdelity. ; a,  Jamrb L&nsinq, J. A, JaokBoh, : Joup Huff. l». R. Hitchcock,  HISNBT Boblesok, TBOMAN HAM.:,  J. P. WE3TBB00K, RonHAii FitEEBOUN, Jol^Jí«os.!lcKJER^JJl_ JoflxilKaBRaoiLi^^..^.^ z ^ ; _ llSQtt  ^VXJ^ HLiLTH CH^feMS."  PRANK 3TBBTEB,  Tae WORLD renoWnbd violtsist will hold bimfielf in readine»< to furniiih Mttsic tor PonuQ ANo Pbivats Pabties, cn the shortest notice. For further particulars, addre;^  FRANK W. STREETER. . 1400tf ^ Belvidere. S. Y  iEtna Insurance Company,  HARTFORD, CONNBOTIOUT. Ineorporated 1819- Capitai11,500,000  H AR;FFÒRD IÑSURANCE COMPANY,  :_l_^lHÀKTfÒBD, COKKRCTICDT. _ _ fnéorpofáüd ISlü-^ebft^íJ $500,000^^ :  PJKENIX INSURANCE COMPANY, Hartford, Connecticut. ImoiyHn-ated 1854-^Gipttei,^00,000.  CITY FIRE INSUttANOEjCO.^ ; _ qaptial i^pO^.  MAl^HATTAiFriRE INS. CO.,  ■ ■........----■■■■Niiiw YoBk-0rtvi'- .....^  Incorporated 1821-^ GaiJiteZ $200,000,  f-'ii II ■ ■  NORTH AMERICAN INSURANCE CO.. Hartford,.Connectiica^Cap^tal $300,000.  NEW ENGLAND INSURANCE CO., -Hartford, Cohnectlcut—Cftplial $200.000; Insurancejcan^e effect^ with the Bub-scriberin the above old cEraWrabed Stbci Companies, on Dwellings, Stores, Churches, Factories, Personal- Property, Ac., on terms  Prom your homes, and holy altars, Backward hurl yourvile assaultera, He 18 not a Man who falters!  MrisCEtiL ANEO gf  .. VorW^ XtpOrtiK.  .Grace G.  T never aawlforliuto^^^ an4 that was the evening of September 2t, 1868; She was a follow passenger on beard the Morning Star, from Detroit to  Oleveland*. -She ^ae about twenty years old  tereating. She was dressed in deep mourning, iibthing but the aable hue Was visible throughout-her attire. . In;her hand she carried a small arbor vitiB tree, with the roots carefully wuund up in a newspaper.  The a.'idnosa of lier face elicited my aynipathy ; foe I saw at a glance her  Jiy^^M^^rKlfPT^i!?-^ histuiy. ,  From ber lips I learned that iher father died .when she was three-years old-i-leaving in the efmrge of Her mothor, herBelf ahd a brother six, yeArs heraenior The brother's name was  "Ity mother waa mt^ a^f-poMeMed. Stie came to^ua, laid one of. her hands Uj^n the dark hair of my brother, and with the o^er she geni^ly smoothed minel  brother Incdtddnp^iiuidnd^b: <^rt »aid, 'If it had fidi been you tur^s^^should have been, eto thit, in -the- rauks^-our armier.- -Atideirw now^ if either of you shall say atay, I win tfta^. Mother, what ahall I do?'  "With a calni^^ice, my mother ana-^eied, 'J^arry^ if ^yfitt.thlnk it is your  duty to go, go.' \  !5He replicdr'lthank^Ood^ another, that y^QU are my mother.* .  "And then he tarned to and aaid| .:!Sjater,j^hat ah^ Ijlo? l^fore you answer me. let me ask you to beiar in mind that Freedom or Oppretisions must triumph before this revolution shall paaa away' j  " What couid ldo? What could I aay? ¡ Words of minOiWould make our home"fitill iight and joyi}UB."ore!Be they would make it dark and dreary. Words of mine might bo the means of his living a long life,* a blessing to aov-  as favòrab'féàs ¿tfiérTéBpOTS^efñltiíütr^ Any communications addressed to him at HöinellsvUle will meet wltb jprompt attention. J. C.MILLER, Agent. Marchs 1863—pdly  for he was more than a brotLer to her. He was her upholder, her sustainer,  ^ H J: B jR A E /T.  NE W  AMERICAN HOTEL, Belmont «jy^ Y;  L. \f. BOLYEN, - - PROPRIETOR^  • SlHlS hotel Itas beiln thoroughly renóvat ed, repaired aud newly furoisbed, and Is BOW opened a - : , FIRST CLASS PUBLW nOUSE. The patronage of the public Is solicited.— The propifietor will spare no pains in ren^ dering the VMBKOAN an;agr<^eabl%- and pies-4itft ^rtace of sojourn to all those who may fayorlum,wltUth3lr„ custom, -confdyed to and frem the cars free of charge.",- r •  ^ ^pdémláOS^  H»Usèi i ittft^JN» ¥ rklMld^^aitd'lHAHtttowa^Ti^r^tan^^ - beíSJiewJy forniíii^;^ Is noW' W good —eolation, and ijieHàibscflber^f^er^^ •MvIcerM^  fo^d ready to the CQtnfort  witbabeir patronage Slablcs large and comnodtons^well slored^a^^  try hig fare and aoopmntodatión!<  Oabítí July 48,1863:^  F« P. BAtHBUNl  I356tf  e  ANGELICA, NEW YORK.  The Jjargesät Stock in Towii, at  Boni anil Bhoe siore.  All kinds of Custom Worii made, and Warranted 8 jfood as^ any In tbo Couaty ' Ladies w 11 please ¿all. andesfltnine the best and LARGEST assórment of  ÖÄif EäS jor^^^  evfer bröaght:into Angelica.  Angelicai MarcWev 1864  R.COMMON. - - Il389lf  K -you WaÄ^ One  TO m JENKINS'  Músio Rooms in' CUBA) and  ^bt^^nc for yon,rseji\  Also, Sbeet MusiO and  BOOKS for'ualp, of the lafeM públiecUion J^OeS öf l^elodcOiw,r|100, to $200  Organ "  Churcliesr^^^-^^^ Cuba, Apr 28, 1864/  Idiotice _  NOTICE "is hereby^vcn according to law. to alTpsrsons havlogoiaitìii^i^fiet  exhibit the same to one of the undersigned executors of the last will and testament of said deccaRed, on ^or before the 22d day of September next.—Dated .March 21, IRG4. TTiif jcvr «r nwv'viAT nc  Exfiftutoriu-  HELEN M RESfXQLDS, W.TT SMITH." -  13$7m6  Sheriff V Sale.  Svpnmt Court,  STATE OF. Nhw YORK . ■ as;. ^ Alusuak* COUNTY,  • ■ AHOEUSK WfLUAMf, • iwainst  '' ^ ' jAMIia »OKKSOtt.. SPPBHOXA A IM  aBRaOLt.,.btj| wir<>, PAOIBI. ISaERaOLL, LKKBMb l».«»«-  IT», »nd/itonKRT P. KO.«kkt-.  Bv virtue of ft uecrpe of Bale, or Jiidsmcat orMoit K»;« Virr^mdi* «.if ifcirti £ili:Uei! 'jai^: - '  cietyf or Vise the^^^^ blonde—fair,~ frail,Imdlfi; goon die a a painful deatfc upon a-terrible battle-field. -T was about to say stay, when I romembered his words, 'Freedomjor Oppression irtusi triumph.'  "Prom my earliest reraerabrance, my mother hàd 1 iistilled iiitp'my mi a love for ; freedom. My brother frequently spoke in glowing terma of the blessings of liberty- Often had I lieard himi  would not have disgraced the jiprof Cicero, the deeds, of ouf forefathers; while, with the^same fervor, he con^ dcmned those who fought against them and their own interestsi And should.!, by my áelfishness, cauòe in thq future a stigma of reproach tp rest upon his character? : t^^PtiM"^W cou¿<¿ not; and with broken voice, I too said go. \  "He gently took my hands in his, and said, 'I bless you, Grace.' And then, with that beauty of language he could so well-command, he ■ spoke of '......................- ■ ■ of  Harry.. He grew • up to manhood purè heai-ted, uoble aonled, high-hiinded, and with .more than ordiniiry intellect admired by ali who aaw hi ni, loved by ali who knew him  She lavislied upon him ali the alfe-tions of her warm hcart. She loved him with more than a aister'a love ;  ier counsellor, her adviaer. i  "And," she said, "when I remember how kind he always baa been to mother aud I—ho jy careful |y he^ provided for all our wants—how tenderly he shielded ua fiHmi;the ills of life, my heart ia filled with anguish."  The last words were uttered amid broken sobs, in which she indulged for a whiloi  I disturbed her not; for I felt her grief ws\s too deep to bo touched by words of sympathy. I cpnld.but weep with her.  At length she continued,. with a voice so calm that I knew she had conquered her feelingsi - =—- ^ _ "Qsirs was the most peaceful home in our native village. It waa brilliant with smisiiinc and pleasure. Beams i)f happiness flitted hither and thither, fillin^j uurJicarta with contentDient.— In my thoughtlessness,' I never once imagined but what thac home-Would be an 'eTerlaating treasure of joy.'— But I have learned that ao'metimes over the brightest homes there passea a c loud, whose darkness ia never dia-pellfd by raya'of light. That cloud "visited .our- home July T, .L85^_J[f_I_ bad a thousand lives to Uye, I never filiuuId~forget that day, that mouthy that year. "A short time before, we had heard  Columbus—how after the study years ho came to the conclusion that  to ward: the Federal Capital, piiraued by a triumphant Southern army, while consternation reigned;4»; W  "After the 'reception of; thia laews, l^noticed that my biWtheg, vWho pos-sessed'^,light heart aiid a^bupyant^  there was another continent—:of the scornful refuaaV he met at-AW-e««»^ of G^oa, his own native country—of the fraud which John H, king of Portugal» practiced toward him-^of his at last securing the patronage of Ferdinand and Isabella, king and queen of Spain—of his long and dangerous voyage across the then unknown seas of the dissatisfaction of his crew-r-of his lauding at length on the island of Hispanolia—of his planting the cross on its rugged coasts. And then he spoke of the 'Pilgrim Falfiers'—of tyr-ranny that drove, them from their homes of affluence—of their crossing the ocean—of ' their landing at Plymouth,, houseless and homeless—of the deprivations, trials, and sufferings of the early settlers of this country—^of the 'Revolutionary War'-~of its long continuance—of the devotion, patieucq, fortitude »nd-ciiuragu of our forC' falherct, who fought and died that they might bejiucath tc their children a kiS of liberty^ And lie said, 'What an eternal disgrace it will be to us of the present generatian, if we allow Treason. Slavery,-titid Deapotism-~to put down the Liberty^ Justice, ind Kiirantliropy wiu^oirW^blooiorrthe 'Revolutionary Patriots' purchased for  "And then he »roae and left US, and — . n » 1 -  added his name to a list of those who ona^^^demomac^^bcla. had volunteered. On the eighth he left for a rentjezvoua. On the eleventh the company to which he was Attached ered to Washington.—and  friend of min«.< brother.  'Then God help you,' he said,' «for Htrry 0. died juat one hour ago,' -  "1 asked to aee him. And oh," «he «aid, Uying her hand tenderly on m, ihosldei^^mti^wititlhBiMTl^^ down her face, "m*y you never expe ence the feelings t did, white iitanding in thatjonely hoajpital, beei^. ^^ lifer lesa remaiha ofoiy only Brother:  "He looked noble, even in death.— There waa the mme luxuriant hair— the same intellectual brow—the aame benevolent eipressioh ttssting upon hls:.C0untenAnce:^tfaQ.jtania.-|>lefti^ amile playing around his mouths , ?'ile_wus dreaaed it» military clothes.  BOtQi  l^lt  adorna thoae , y glad enough to cm'pto;^ m.«.«,  wprk. ,. jPeace for !tli,c. 9bttth will b«  Qn his breast waa laid thia arbor vit» tree tlmrrh^ve  in:' rny hnnJaj,' wliTch j" he had requeated to be planted i^bove  his grave. . •___  < ' "In hia right haiul were the photo« graphs of my mother and myself, Inch hp had deaired might bo buried wHh him.  "He aent ua hia dying bleaaing; re-queating ua 'not to mourn, but rather rejoice that bis blood bad helped to purehaae ^e-glorioua-gem ef-liiberty.'  ['That nif^itl passed in agony of spirit, beside ^^a lifeless remaiuB,— Tho next morninglatarted with them for home. They npw lie in yonder stale Worn," We aaid)^  aweef indeed; iui, ekc^pt trough Southern subjugation, but anan^jf and ioar^rev&i'. The Pacific, tho Weatern, the Eastern Statea would, at once fall launder. -Tlie 15outh 'Wuld be^Owi^ nant, and the people , of the North would deaerye to be;4nvB|» «field, under net?ro ownera^ to hoe corn and cot*  suto. la, tiU« 4,clMp, 1,partlytflVtoMMitatM.  Cn AFTER 415. A N ACT in relation to the Monteauma  ...SaJtSpringa,.  opiit "I s;  ositc- to where we^^ero sitting, shall, with thepi, re^h home tin's evening, at five o'clock. Mother does does not yet know that Harryis dead. I have telegraphed to her thati^e was not expected to live. I dared not^tell her the truth I dared not ha^a stranger break to her the sad- tiding lest 'the silvercord Would'bo loosened, and the golden . pitcher;'broken at the fountain.' That painful" duty must devolve upon me. And oh, how I fear tliat in her feetile afato df health; it will prove a messenger of-dcatb,{ Bnt this ought not-to griovo me; for deatli is welcome to those who are weary of life. And who knows," she said with a smile, "but what we all three will soon meet in the spirit land?"  And as l beheld her_pale,_care-wprn face, I felt that her words were indeed prophetic; that she even, tnow was sustained by excitement, and when that was gone, she too would bo gone., On the following morning, I saw her but a moment; in the eastern depot at Cleveland. We parted. I have heard naught of her since. But the aad, sweet thought comes in my mind, that  'She has passed away; • Like the stars that shine on the brow of night, tilke the-Bltvery bcsnre of-tbe«»ft moon-ligbt, Like the changing hues of the dawning gray, ijw .ih<i. aan.«ai bour at the close of  □he has yaoBca awoj  Saytb Sayteville, Black Creek, W. Almond,  An Appeal to PatriotiBm—Let OoTerome^ Lack Neither Honey nor Men.  Ever since the guiltiest of all Robel-lions began, our supreme duty to God and Mau has been to help put it down. During all this time wo have had no right to be such Democrats or. such Republicans or auclr Abolitionists, or such any thing e|60 as would in the slightest degree interfere with^ the faithful discharge of this pre-eminent duty. : ' _  lb lend the Government men and to leud it money are flie principal ways in which we can help it overthrow the Rebellion. In both these ways wo have done something—but not enough. Every person who has fifty dollars to flpare. should lend it to the Government. He will get a liberal, interest, and the pnnctiiai repayment of the principal.' Backed m its Bonds are by the boundless resources of this great nation, thoy cannokfail of being paid: . , But the loans to our Government  ahuuld^bfr made Íar4e8fr iu-the apirit.of gain than of patriotisnv—^since it needs i'?-^lto_.8ugtain itself in ita life and death atruggle with these müllTtudirí>~ oua^d^demoniac Rebela; Moreover^ iñ making auch foaiis we are doing the very beat thiupf for our property. For our country lost, all is lost. Of no  -¿f^n't^ the niprning of th^ Ithj we  OrlandoP- Beyaolds; late of the^ town^f ^teTiur^^ it  Granger. decc»8«;d/that they are riquired to , ; .  ____tl tkvx WAR fìniAhfìd. wn ilinorflred uraund the  was finished, we [lingered arpuud the table. ' -  "At length my brother swd. JDear mother and siater Grace, it is ao firmly impressed upon my mind, that for your sakes I have tried, but in vain, to eradicate it, that it ia a duty I owe " my-countrjrto volunteer/- Yoif know that tho natio ial forces have been ve-  was oraerea 10 vvaBhingtoii, eventually placed in the Army of . the Cbmbcrlarid, in the 14th corps of Gen. Thomas's command, in an old mi^jt—(I^think Y. Volunteers.  "His last words to us were; 'If I dioj you will be consoled witji the thought thatXnj^^  If I live,"nt "vnll Jjc^a-^gicat'  an om íí^r abe said)-ll8th N.  value ta,og thou \ìì a large property. But ou/countiy aaved, we aYó'rich in her aalvatioiH. ind the more we shalh have reduced our possessions by our  cause.- • comfort duty in tipo.^—  fer me to know T done my thia iife-atruggle of our na-  "Almosi weekly we received lettera from him, filled with chcerful words and sunny thoughts. They came like a ray of light into our lonely home, and like -a- aunbeam - tliey. diapelled the shades of 6adn,ess that hovered around it. For over a year they came like a welcome messenger, bringing joyful tidlngB.:,~Biit oi»":thc' lith of thiar montli, we_ received one containing  ted Jane JoU), 1801,1 tbe fmbscribor., Enwiv a. aherilf of AHriid^Coanii^-N»» Vo W- «ball «It.r poh'i«' Atttiqi», *rtti««||[o«llrtptb^CU»r}i'«Torrf.lii thóViI'Aií \>r. CitSWllíTtU.« ^'fcrfWiv Cooiicv, New  pulsed, defeated^ aud-are now retreating, that our country ia bleeding, aink-i»g Usucath^v traitore«« poster: -; JRhall Lfitawd idjy by, andjBee her periahj or shall I lielp^to, procure' her aalvation!-, Shall I go, oif ahalll atayl',. -  "He had not ceased to- apeak befoi-e  S I .threw my^HW around.  Iflja.Tijteeled aword hftd pierccd my  than hia Words Icat^ »^rtor Jifejcl»^^^  0vil newa—informing ua that on the  20th of Aug^ist, 4it-the-shelling-xít are^hared-hyall who have  i^t < . ■ i* . . a1' - _____AU . . : .f 1 • . ^^ Mà^à^^  Chattanooga, from the north aide of the'Tennessee river, he was wounded^ alAd had been removed to a weatern hoapitaLiiThe leltercIoaciLby^ata^ig  that Ilia wound, waa not' coUaideretl dangerous, and hoped we would not ftltòw^urietv^ -to be uoeaay; about himi  "MjLmotlieri who for aometiino has not enjoyed good BeaTflírimiiíeiial^;^  If^tarfed oit tha morning of the SOth and entered the hospital the And on, i»qnirÌDg foK Harry C.. of Ca A  generona efforta to aave her, the richer we shall feel-OuraelvcaJa,be._. A little with a country is more than much without a country. The aecretof get-tingHfuly rich ia not-ia hoarding, 4*at 4nmaing,. Whoever haa-ptitjhifiLpa^ sessions to good use ia truly ricn-^ V^ioever haa withheld them froiii.auch use ia truly poor. GtRBiT SuitU,  CFin, Ssjfniirovt»^»^^  soldier and an able, honest and otic man, ton when  an able, honeat a^id patBf He waaatationed atChallea-  ____ the war broke out, and he  haa had aince aa a commander iiiSpfith Carolina and Florida and aa .apri.<ioner of war for three months in y irginia and other Southern Statea a g^ op pottunity to j«dga-of the-condition of the Soutli and the temper of the South-erii people. His opinions, he declarea  iifiioraiinof 1895 »nerated latid^' »oak of pwMy^  ímm^mÉi  ton for Southern maatera..  These are the worda of m soldier who know what he'la tafking iibont, and Who is neither a-"fantic,** » "con« tractor" nor a "ahoddyitp," of any aort.  } 8 Tbe ii»llowiw: «mméBI» IMW hereby approprimtad-farthr Hièft objects spseifisdl, i;  LAWS Of NEW TORK-By Aathorrty.  IKvflfy tew, «B>«w« «AMttt U|m ^ toMMeHUi therein, thai t cotnmcnc* and taka rffsct tnrottffhnal thoStttaonand act baftinithttfMmticthAiyraftwflM  m Ptofl« òrtht State €>f Kav ■ Tori, r^wwMtaf in Senate and AitenMjt do enact at fotUmv  SrxTioiil'. Theaumof four thousand dollars are hereby appropriated to pay the expenae'à of developing and bring-ingjinto use the new aalt well at Monte*, zuma.  § 2. William A. Halsey, Edaon Bishop and Charles Tmesdell, are reby appointed commisaionera to ex-p'ènd the money appropriated hy this act.\ . ' •  § 3\The. comptroUer ja hereby^u thorizeoNand directed to issue bis war^ i-aht upònrthéTréaàurcr to pay to'the commissiotWa named in this act, the sum of the aw^ve appropriation out of the general fn  8ko. 4. This act dtaU^)^ effect iininedWeljr.  Statr or New T Office of the Secretaiy ofState.  I hare compared :tiie Receding with the original law on file In this bffice. and do certify that thoaame is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of sa{dN)Hgtn«l.  LAAVS OF NEW tORK-By \othorlty.  tbrrcln. «bill c<>inid»ni-«> «ui| tabeefPi^t thmuRbuut tba State on and not bcfbM the twentieth dajr after ib^ day of Ita ttnal paoitaae, a« certlflad b) t>io Seeretary of Soo. 12, Utlo 4:.chap. 7, part I, BeTised Staiotaa.] ~  CuAm:n348. AN ACT for the relief of Ephraim Owcnà andlTenryiÌoh gaaattl Apett », «hm4mi>a batwy puiiat.  Tht rei^u <?r MW otate ttrfftw lòrg^nprtmm  in Senate and Ammbty, So mad ti» follows:-' SECTiojf 1. The canal board are Here^ by authorized to apttle with Ephraim Owena and Henry HolfnanTor keeping in repair aectipna twaand three, Cham plain canal, under cóntracts made with the contracting board, «nd'which they were ' compelled to abandon without their fault and in consequence of the action of the state agents and to allow and pay .such portions of tlie contract prico for the'period said coutractéirS kept said sections in repair as to the said canal board ahall appear, upon an investigation of the case, to bo just and equitable, and to'aettle all questions ansing upon eaid_CDntracts,.including loss upon materials-«old to them by the state which were vaiuelesa provided that, upon such settlement, the aaid contractors shall execute to the state a release in full of all claims against the »tato for work done and materials funiished under »aid contruots, and said contracts and bonds accompany-^^ ing the same shall' thereupon^be cau» celled,  § In case any sum ahall be awarded under this act, the .same ahall be  ry^^sodoibsr stt«pproprii)tio«i'i  or tey ^àf^iMiimià fii iiliá(ii^i<ii ^ sum here direetsd to be «IÍ MMI not be ¡eoesídsi*d ie'»áái¡i^ÍÍ áMÍ sppiopristioé^ '«otoll'lt'MI^^'lii^:  mm yifiii^lMaiMw^  nsn^inis'' 111'' fsiiiyt:;  m  went, tlfty' -ticwm.ipi^ifirjf '  chase of s Isdi "* psrtiseot» ojssl  For compensttioa., depsriment of piM hnndred dollars  For furnitiir^j __  printing and other »eoesssiy taqwim of the office of the trsMjarefy llmfc«t4* red dollara; for the ollloeoCl^ma* tant-geueral, four  - For olBelil postsw.vf ttiigwr^^ clerk of the court of sppes)%.«tlQfifr-ffeneiai;. secretfwj of,- stats, «mM*  Icr.Jtreaaurer^ supenA^ndeptVOtfil^' lie inetructiduj atateoD^nser JM^ veyor, adjutaut-gon^s|,Md iiiifiiislnr' general, two  For.expeuaua ofospitiBl.siidilfilpk^ brsry fVir .repairs, clMftb^; and other necesssrjr pttrpostfi 1m thousand dollsra. , .. . ,  For cxpehaes of ,thie. stsls IsU Ibr rcpslra, cleantbg, lstM>r,ge<i|»4«lliBr necesBary expeuaea; two thflawwMsdiip^  lars.............,,,  For expenaos of the IfsU tM^,,!^ state cabinet ;of iistnr»l the .agriculttttal bioss cleaning, labofi  putpoaes,  hw^i  aary lara.  For fuel for tbecMitor, .stsis.. ry, atato hall, «114 jtpr^'statf, net of naturai històiry «od, ral muaeqm, flvs imporsi.  S'or sdyánoes to the. cl^i^ sf, Ite senato and «ssembly^ twb fivo huudred dullsw.,  For compeuastioiì of «^Isfribi oi&ceof the state engiiw, vcyor to be repaid by tbé road companies, pursusiit to huudred «nd twentystK,  :hut  . hundred W W^wm  for the repairs of the Champlain canal-  -Statìb- IKawiySàut^  tlio-imcdiMm ^bcNvtMCIIK^nii».'^ use ot convicts ..At tha state jpi^ ons, three hundred dollars, to be eji-pended u^er tl^ directioii , tlie ve* apective "chfplsipsDf -those' tioHH, aa fiillaWe,nsiiisty:j one hundred dollara;. st himdred,. dollari^ and ft CliiktOBr. ofie hundred dolla^ra. i:• - t '  For the lunatic aaylum %t,)(Jtin for necessary expcbditares,4ea thoaspad dollars; and for sddtionsl.lwlpiii.itlw institution, five huwlred dotli^ -  For Charlea Wilbur, the select, committee of Jte se^b^y of eighteen hundre^.snd pointed, to inv^tigsta tiM, s^is^.of the' opening of streeis, .m /#!i;<s'^ New Tork; thia appiwp^ full and in place of the sU^,, ^ made to him by chspt^t^ ^ittfiiimd and ten of ttmfaws.of eightc^.bii^-red and^sixty-thr^^end h> sdjjf^ja an appropriatiour in chipjbi^, red and fifty-eighty ]%irs e(j^|esii hiTndr(wl_andat*ty-tw^^^ r dollani.  laW8j'-thejoflirjn4'Ä uo legialatüre; re^rU.böoits^M^ paid by- the treasurer. upon the war-- fe»rby .«xprwa, íant.of the auditor of the canaldepart- thouaand^4pn^. ^ ,,  rroent,-out  For r^orts to the aUr for rourder,^yÍ! "  Office of the Secretary of State.  ExrsKssa Of  ISepu^ eeofi^isQr. m^i  I-hay&comi^ar^^lpre^o^;«  ....... " " ' the land office, two"  dollars, for-competuis]^^  Rinal law pn file In Ws office, and do oertlfy that the same is a correct transcript therefrom and of the whole of Mid^orlginsl. ,  fiHACKCElLMJiEEB«:,.  LAW8 OF NEK^^.TOMr-By Atttè^l^  ^ JKmy fatw, nnlcaa m^UkntAHm» than tofeeaerib«« thma, ahall «ommeo««jwl ta^ «ffwl ShkhíkI»«^ tha iUmi M and wit befoN Um twairtMS dagr aliar Swdaf  ■ SJfJ-Äi^ÄtÄÜMBr,'-'  CHÁñia 347.  cleric of the, court of the iM^urtHes.iu^ belongiug to the fundst pttrsesnt to red of the laws of  Mid si^tytbras,!^^  ty.vdeU^  AN..AQX-fflslu^ certain eipiéníses T^ ' and for supplying mropriatio  opportunities of observation, He aays: The rebel cause ia faflt .fail^Jrpm íWhánátion. Their two irraña armies  ....  ^ ideii^lee'  former spprbprUi "  ThtPnpUifmStiUtf Nim, My ñr«  fdhmK  . Seotuin i. TÍie'lreiíi^rer-shslhpay from the «cvcral funda apt^ified to thè persons:ind^icated in this sc^ jAo amounta named or auch p^rt of - thoaif amounta aa alisll be neceaaáry to sc^ compliab in full the purpose designed by tho appi<opriatÍQftS.~ fintno-werrsftft-ahall be issued for any sum.of SBqwy ritti the pei^^ or persona for whom sppropnatioos  exhaustion. hikve_bcen  Their two .graü( rc-inforccd thia summer  from the last rcsnufcc« of-thè South.  herein appropriated, until  ma for whom are nude ' by tills set, shkil by tbw ael véa or aL«me othec. Pf raoii w per^ns^  preechi lu wi-ìting miib^l^  a statement in items yeri OAth^the  From every coiner of the land every latcW appropiìstìwirite old-mí^íí-snd every boy capablo of .effegt'thjt s.uj^jgtotowg bearing a rifle has been impressed, * - éi^^ìm  witling, ór unwillingly, and hurried to  m tlitt^rXíaLáÍÉníéci»} the perepn^:j  - ^ f" fwhesft;! inquM, ssl»d;4f-fe was ar iRieh SB-^orL aj. atone is worthy  with-Northern safety and ionor. the people awake tp. s senao of their dij^V atid atrength. and a few montha iiTobrtpsrativ^-trHtoif-exertiito of-   

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