The war is giving inany a reform a " turn ahcad." Woman's riglit come iu ior a share. Wc go for the 1 1 i , tía Seventeenth and Mrs. Major Reynolds. The fcllowing is from the Peoría Transer i 'p'. : " Oov. Yates has paid a rather unusual but wcll-meritcd compliment to Mrs. Reynolds, wife of Lieut. Reynolds, of Company A, Seveuteenth Illioois, and a resident of this city. Mrs. licynolds luis accornpanied her husband through the greater part of the campaign through which the Seveuteenth has passed, sliuring with him thu daogaw and privations of a soldier's life. Sha was present at the battlo of Pittsburg Landing, and like a'ininistering angel, attended to the wants of as many of tlie wounded and dying soldiers as sho could, thut) winning the gratitude and esteem of the brave fullows by whom she was surrounded. - Governor Yates, heariug of her horoic and praiseworthy conduce, presented her witll a comnii.ssion as Major iu the anny, the document confeiring the well-merited honor being made out with all duo formal itj', and baviug aMached the great seal of the State. Probably no lady in America will over again have such a distinguishcd military honor confurrod upon her. Mrs. Reynolds is now in tuis city, and leaves to join her regiment iu a day or two."