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With UnMaiacmkardii and vitk Bcki argiala, Aad IM* aad tbara, to brifhtaa man tin accac, A hna^MaH pK|iuc fnaa iti kowarafgtaia 8a waald aw kallow aR tha aaaiad dar— NatwttkdiillritatsBorlaaMMiartie (hiaa^ Ib a t 4ii««i tba aaaligbt fcaai oar aaah a»ar, Aad taraa oar •onliip to a aM tjrd a a— Bat «ltk abd kea ta aad apliita aaatraid Tb driak Might b«B alltbat Xboa aait auda. KorMthahirit • hhl ■ r s a ^ conma, or tbc quia'atrall Throi^ Btadows ahcra the lilica pmeb malcat, Aad kiaatha thair daatr fra(taaee through tka aanLr la arid ar chaieh, bUtrbbliaUuan aotlaat Who kacp* with Uo4 a holy Fcatceoat. OLD FASHIONED COMFORTS. Oar anceatcis wans a (rugal, aelf-denjring peupla, iiiurcd to Itatahip* trum the cradle; ib e / w«ra content to b« alnKiat without tbe iMXuriaa of life, but tbey enjoyed aume ol iU oomiorta, to wliicb many ol uaaiaatraiigen, (old4aahiwied oomibrta, wa n a y aay;) and among tbeta tlia old lire plaea, aa i i used to be temed, beld no mean ranL How vir* idly tbe picture of tlrana apacioiia kitcheni of the uiden lime cuincR tu our mind, with ita plain furuiture and aandcd floor, ianoccnt of |iaint, but aa white a» tbe naateat of hoNncwirca couki make it I In one comer atood tbe clock, ita very bee wearing an aa-pMt of good cheer, and aeeming to siuile be-nigiMMtly npvB a winiature moon over Its bead, wkicb, tradition aaid, had at a remote period iiMlowed the riaing and aetiing o f ita great prututype in the heavens, though iU liaya of aotive aemce wvra long ago over. But tbe crowtiiog gloiy of that kitchen waa not iu whiteaanded floor; nurthe high daak with ita pigeon boica and accret draw-era, which no veninreaome youngster ewr danal to invade, nur y e t thcold clock ticking ao muaically in the comer; but it waa tlie uld-bahioued flre-iilace, with ita biasing enibcra, huge back-lq^ aud iron fir»-dagii, that abed gloiy over tlie whole room, gilded tba plain and homely furniture with ita light, and rendered the place a type of true Kew England in -*ye oldvn timua.’’ Never were there such apples aa thoae which awuiig arouiid and around upon atriugs before the bright flre ol a winter’s eren ii^ never aiich bakvd potatoes aa those buried i i the aahes u|ion tbe hearth, never such cuta-atalks aa iboae which caught golden lioal'ruai the blazing embe^rs, or turkey like those turned upon a spit, filling the room with aavory odon ao a u g ^ t iv e of a dainty repast. Before the firo was the wooden settle and here tbe childi«n were wont to ait in the long evvning telling aturies, CraCkiii|; nuts, eunniqg their leasoiia fitr the monow, <« listening in ailence to the words of wiadom that fell from tbe lipa of their eupvrion,and anon gaang In silence into the (iright lire, Mid ooiijurmg up' all aorta of grotesque and liuicitul imagea from among the burning caala. NolAled genii, widi their magic lamp of enchaBtineiit, could biiild such gems as the child cuald discern amid tbe b iwng embers of the old-bishoned fire-place. And we mutt not neglect th^ cbiinnt-y comer, where aat our grandfather in his ac-c w t c a ^ seat, bia hair Mlveitrd with the anowsof many winters—a venerable man, to wbum old age had come_‘‘frustly but kindly,” and whose laat daya .were like thuae of an Indian aummer, aerene and beautiful, even till tba atars appeared in Heaven. How pure waa tbe air In those daya? Tba huge firo-place, w ith iU briak draught, carried iiff the impuhtiea of the atmaa-phere, and left the air pure, life-giving and healthfoL Now we crouch aniud but ouok-i^ gHitovaa, and think it atraiige that we fcal ao atapid and druway of an evening; or wa bnddle about air-tight atovea and wonder that tba air seems burned and impufw; or wa ait down in chill> rooma heated by a fomaoa, and marvel that with all our cost- It fiiinitnR, soft carpets, bright mimraand gamask curuins, they a n cheerless plaoaa— ao unlike our ideas of a New foghMd home. A la s ! that with the so^alled improve- ■a n te o f onr advanced c ivilin tiu i tbe fire ahouM be pannittad to go out forever In our oM-bshioned fire-plaoeii, thus buiying in tba aabea o f the past jm many meads of baahh, home cowfon, giAd cheer and hap- BoAKDtiia AMD UoosBUwiMO.—^Tbe newly Bairied are anivenially b llin g back on UM oM idea «iT boarding I t is, they aay, the caaieat, and oodoubcdtly the meat econ-omieal; th m ia no funuture to buy, no ex-panaive atock ot bonsehold linen to purchase andnwka aprno c » l and flour to lay in, no ftightfiil n n t 'daya, and no aervantt’ wagea to pay, or aervants’ board to fin . Thia ia triM to a eeruin extent, bnt not all true, and it need not be half ao I rue aa it ia. As an oA e t, it muat be remembered that board ■^ r a y and con sia^ y g r o i^ liig h e i^ eoaipUoatii^aawy te e x p e i^ in thaahape «rcbUdr«,aadthat,in the meantinie, m-atead of «|ioyiQB freedom and domestic eomtet, tka yaaag bnabaad and wib have aubadt to nil aoru of tinaonareatrainta, to a; diet wbieb ga arally axdndaa oveiytbiiic tbattbvlMvoapartieHlar Ukii« for, and to the abaanca of the gteatdmrm of newly wadded lib tbe belmg of joint pruprie or-abip ia their own home. Moreover, board-ia(, where it ianota neeaasity, ia wicked— iiatMMloacj ia to iauMmlity. In lane beariii^ bouaea it la conaidard abaurd f-r a w a to pay tbo tX U ia ^ uS t haabaad aad ■ ■a rtaaiaa to hia own wib^ Bneeiaily if ha bo neaatir jaaffiad. ha ia aado the tar-p ta f a a a aaafaa cfiawd of youqg amn aad waiMa, who aiM their ailiy ahafta a t h iv aatil ha la abaawd out of hia amabood, aad haooMaithar a frivobwa mala flirt, «r Immb hia Viii aioM wjiile he saaka tha ao-ia< aafaal^hnri» Wlliatd saloona. Bi^^ aay HmtcMc a n wa to dot frieia, it M im tw itn ttk t «*kaiakaaptof, aait yM W hu’dSi em 'w M I HhH a t all}-fra Mrar «M tt ^ impoasible to go to houaekeepiog, only Impomible to purchase BnweelscarpeU and expemtive furmtare; but theeeannot neces-aaiy to tbe OMiat delightful kind of house-kci. pfaig. Do? Why go to work aa your mother or y90r gnndraother did before vou. Furnish two rooma, if you cannot a whole house, and with aucb phin, simtile articles aa you can afftrd. A little tasto and a little indnatiy will aoon make them attractive, aenaible people will prefer them to marvel-ouashowa of French npholateiy; and, moat important of all, aa you will find aoinetime you will have Tour hnabud to youiaelC Dim’t board.—Ate«(ra<«( i/iiwt. Dr.Druitt, ot London, recommenda the following incases of extreme exhaustion, in aido^ or aa a substitute for siimulanta: Lean beef is to be ctopped up, inclosed in a ja r and aabjected for an hour or more to heat when i t will aeparate into three portions, fat, fibre and liquid eMence. Strain off the hut and separate the b t by means of blotting paper, when a clear amber liquid ia'ob-to in d of an inten.<«ly aromatic flavor and amell, veiy stimulating to the brain. Difler-ent aamplea of meat yield different qualities ol it, and it contains a vsriable proportion of gelatinoua matter. I t yields on evaporation about one sixteenth of aolid residue which aaon effervesces on exposure to tbe air from the raline matter contained. This is not intended aa a aubstitute h r commoi) beef tea, but it is recommended u an auxiliary to and partial substitute for common brandy in all cases of e reat exhaustion or weakness, attended wiih cerebral depres-ai «n._ I t ia free from bulk, and exerta a rapid atimulating power over the brain. Beavtiful EsTaACT.-When the summer day of youth is slowly wasting away into tbe nightbll of ^ ,« n d the shadows of past years grow deeper, aa life wears to iu cloaa it ia pleasant to look back, through the vista of time, upon the sorrows and felicities of our earlier years. If Are have a homo to shelter, and hearts to rejoice with us, and friends have been gatbeied together around ourfiresides, then the rough place of our wayfari'ig will have been worn and aronoth-vd away, in tlie twilight of life, while the aunny aputs wo have paased thntugh, will grow brighter and more beautiful. Happy indeed are they, who«e inti-mmise with the world has not changed tbetone of their holier feelings, or broken thoae muMcal chorda of the heart, whose vibrations are so melodious, So tender and touching in tbe evening of age. V ism x o Ik Adgdst.—One o f the impositions of the warm season ia to reduce the labors and anxieties of home by visiting Rome Inend or relative, at a time when rest and relaxaiiim are quite aa much needed by one party as the other. Many who wouhl be rejoiced (<• see their friends at any other time are annoyed by thia class of visitors, who move around with an apparent tho<ightiaMsn«i« of which they need sometimes to be reminded. “Watering places.” and “country boardin;; houses” are abundant, and thoae who mnnot afford to patronize them would do well to be contented at iheirown b<jmes during this debilitating a-am>n. and poiitpnne their visite to their frienda to the season when they can cordially afford to rcceive them without aacriflo-ing their individual health and comfort.— ■DotUm Traveller. The Eldest Dadghtkx at Home.—To be able to get dinner, to aweep the room, to make a garment, to lend a babe, would add greatly to the list of a youn^ lady’s accom-plishmenta. Where can we behiild a more lovely eight then the eldest daughter of a family, atanding in the aweet aimplicity of her new womanhood, by the side of her toiling, careworn mother, to relieve and aid herl Now she presidea a t the table, directs in the kitchen, now amiisea the fretting liabe, now diverta half a score of little folks in the library. She can assist her yoiin^r broihers in their sports, or tbe elder ones in their studies; read the newspaper to her weary father, or smooth the aching brpw of her fevered mother. Always ready with a helping hand, and a chcerful amile for every emergency, she ia anangol of lore, and a blessing to the home circle. Should ahe be called out of it to originate a home of her own, would ahe be any less lovely or aelf-ttctificing 7 Tub Diffcbekcb in Men__Somebody aays that newspaper snbscriptiona are infallible teats of a man’a honesty; anyhow they are unmistakable proob of a man’a manlineaa. Raising the price of our paper in March, 1863, cleared our aubacription liat of the few whose puraea were much laiger than their aoula, and the aeoond in-c r ^ laat treek baa mejTwith a willing ae-qniescenee by all our/ubacribers thua b r, except in one inatance of a man'aothraa’ form IS concerned—^who gave a flimsy eiicuse for stopping his paper. But to offiiet that we have juat niceived the following letter from Mr-------, who paid his aubsciption in advance aome months ago, and will preface it by aaying we had rather have one auch aubacriber than half a dozen stingy obm who would cheat us if they could, and who flare op and atop their papers if they can’t have it at the old price. -Mr______ says: •*l aee by your last CjHrier that you have raised the price of the paper, and as I do nut want an article for less than it is worth, or less than it coats, you will find enclwed the difference becweea your present price and the price I paid.”— Cmrier. Of aleep^it iaaaid,that women require more than men, and farmers less than thiwe oth-erwiae employed, though their occupation w conducive to aound slumber. Editors, reporters, printers, post-office clerks and telegraph operators, need not aleep a t alL Public opinion is aveive to their being permitted to do so, andaa thia in a free countly, they muat act as public opinion requires. A eorn^ondent of the Providence /oar-tial fumisbes a liat of fir>a which have occurred in 1864 in New Enghnd cotton mills ibering nineteen, aixteen of whiicchhjrig-inated in picker-rooma, and all were aUe to foreign matter aming tbe eottoRa taken from the bale. The following promotiona in ConiAetieut ngimenta bear date of AuguaC I3th : 18th H M ^ n t—k t Lieut. Ju ed N. Kib-be, to be &ptain, vice Spaulding killed in action; la t Lieut. Martin T. B. TiSany to be Captain, vice Palmer diaeharied; 2d UeutTBdward S. Hinektoy to bo la t Lieut. Tice TiflanyTiwnoted. The total aaMont of fiactional currsnw in drealatiott is tweaty-four niHiaaaor dui Ian. WhywiH J c i i ^ f a t i i i t o ^ a a i t ? 9p-aaiM a « » was nO iraoBftr bha m dwlhm- U jrd iK ' PDBUO AUXS. PAgaBD.MATSjMaiON. I««. caArrsa xtiz. Aa Act in addition to An Act ontitiod *Aa Aiet relating to Oourta.” Bo It eaacted by tbe Senate and Hoaao ol Bcpreaeatativea ia Qeneial Aaembly That whenover any actioa a t law ahall be tried by the auperior court, without a jury, itah a llb e th e d.uty of n id eeurt to find, upoa BotioB of either M rtr, tho beta upoa which the judgaieat of aaid court ia buaded add Caitse aueh finding to beeoae a part of the record. Afpntvod July 9,1864. CHAPTSa L. Aa Act in addition to *‘An Act conoeraing Crimea and Puniabmonte.’' Be it enacted by the Senate and Hooso of Repreaenutivea in General Aaeeaably convened: Sec. I. Whenever thv lessee or tenant of any house; room or tenement, ahall be convicted of keeping a bouae of ill-fame, resorted to for the purptaea of pruatituilun or lewdnsa^ in such house, rouiu or tenement, or the violation therein of any law against gaming, the leaae or contract for letting such house, room or tenement shsll thereupon be void, and the lessor ahall have the same remedy to recover paaacMion of the premisea aa is provided by the atatutca relating to aummary pruceas, but no notice to quit possesion shall be ri'qnired. ijec. 2. Every person wbo ahall knowingly let or leaae any building, room or tenement owned by him ot under hia control, to be used for purpuacaof piustiiuUon or lewd-neas, or for illegal gaming, or whoahall knowingly permit aay* building^ room or tenement, or any part thereof, while under his centrol, to m used for any auch purpoae, or who, after due notice of any auch use, by any officer of the town oi city in which such building room or tenement ia located, ahall neglect to take all reaaoaable meaaniea to eject therebom the occupaata ao using or perniittingauch premisea to be uaed, aa soon as it can lawfully be done, shall p<iy a fine not exceeding five hundrvd dollars, ur aulbr imprisonment in the couniy jail not exceeding aix nontha. Sec. 3. Every person whoahal! act as bartender, or as chamber-maid, or aa servant in any other capacity, in a house of ill-bmc, resorted to for the purpoaca of proatitution or lewdneas, ahall be puniahed by impriaoa-ment in a common jail fur a term not exceeding six months, or by a fine not exceeding aix montha, or by auch fine and impria-onnient both. Sec. 4. Any sheriff, deputy aheriff, con-atable or police officer, having a warrant to arreat a petaon charged with keeping a house of ill-bme, or with violating any law againat gaming, in the houae or rooma occupied by him,may break open any euter duor togain admisaion (o>*ucb house,af1ter demanding admittance, and may, after like demand, break open any door to any room or closet in auch house in which there ia any penon who has rssorted to or ia reaoriing to such howe ,or the porpoaea of lewdneu or illegal gaming, and may immediately arreat any a d all auch pciaona and take them before a j'istice o) the peace or police court, to be dealt with according to law. Sec. 5. Whenever any esse shall come to the superior cocit by appeal ti«m the judgment oi a juatice of the peace or police coui^ or by bmding over by a justice of the peace or police court, for a violation of any atat-utea againat keeping, fh.>quenting or maintaining bouaea of ill-fame, or for a violation of any atatute againat gaming, or for neglecting t«eject a tenant who aUll hai^Stiba convicte'd of a violation of any of said atat-utes, sucU case shall be tried a t the first term of the superior court, a t which a jury shall tit ill attendance, alter auch appeal or binding over, unless on motion for good cause ahown, the court ahall order tbe case to be continued. Appnivvd July 9,1864. CBAPTEa LI. An Act in addition to An Act entitled “An Act concerning Communitiea and Corpor-tiorn. Be it enacted by the Senat« and Iloaso of Repreaentativea in General Assembly convened: That an annual town meeting of the town of New Haven ahall hereafker be held on tho Tuesday next after the firat Monday in November, in each year. Approved July 9,1864. - caAPTca Lu. An Act in addition to aad la a l t e r i i^ of "An Act RMulatinc and Protecting tho Planting of Oyaters?’ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repreaentativea in General Asaembly convened: Sec. 1. Whenever any person baa*had or shall have a place ia the navigable waters of thia State, deaignated and let to him by the proper committee, under and according to the imvisions of the act to which thia ia in addition, auch person may enclose the same with buoya or with atakea. and the same, when set a t suitable diatancca and plainly and distinctly vUible above the anr-lace of the water a t highwater, ahall be deemed to be a lawful aad anIBcient enclosure. Sec. 3. Tbe aelectmen of each town, having navigable watera within ita limita, in which grounda have been or ahall hereafter be deaignated as aforeaaid for the planting of oysters, shall provide a book to be kept by the town clerk of auch town for rewrd-ing all applications for grounda fur the planting of oyateia aa aforeaaid, together with the written deaignationa and deacriptiona of the grounda dwgnated and aet out upon auch applicatiuna, and all traaafers or aa-aignmenta of any each grounda, and no such designation or enclosure, and ao tnna-fer or aasignment of any auch grounda hereafter made, ahall be of any validity until aueh application and description or each aa> aignment,ahall have been left iiir rea id with the town clerk of tho town within whieh euch grounda are aituated. And it ahall be the duty of tbo town clerita to re«»rd the aame,and tomakea meaMwanduaiapon each aaeh a|»!icatioa and deacription or aaaign-ment, or the day when tbe aame waa roeeiv-ed for record, and of the book and page hi which the aasae waa raeordod; aad they ahall make an alntebotieal index of all a a d applicatione, dcaignatioaa and asaignmaata, apeafiying in eadi Midts tho aamta o f tba if. And the bee of town doriu'aball be for reeordfaig each a^lieathiA aM d e a i ^ tion together, forty centa; andforreoerAng eaeh aasignaMfnt twoa^^va eeata. And an towa dodcahall bo holdaa a r eoapall-ad^ to rooafd aay aaoh Iwtraaiaat.or to n - oaieotfia • • •« jtar nea^i a*iil aaeh baa a n Sw. a ; i f i f ponea, e*ai^g ar pm iin ln | auch grounda a t or befofathe time wheil thia aet takea effect, may havo the evideaece of hia title thereto liceiMtd ia the maaatr aad on the booka aforMfd, m the payment of the bea hooinbelbro provided. See. 4. Copiea of tho roeorda awdo m hereinbefore proviiled, ahall be neeivable ia evideace ia all courta ia the same and to tho aaoM extent aa eopiea of the rae-orda of coavoyaacea of real eataie. See. S. If aay peiaoa to whoai aay aach gnuada havo been lawfiilly daaignatad and art, or who baa aequtred tMI« thereto by lawful asaignment, ahall havO lObt the evl-daaeea of hia titlo thcflstOk he amy apply to the eoMaittoe of tho towa, withia whieh adch rrounds a n aituated, to have the same daainated and aet to hiaa aaew; and tfhe ahall aatiafy aueh cemmitteo that the aamo justly belong to him, and that ho had obtained and filed aucb evidancea of title with the town chirk, and that aueh ovtdenecahavo aincc be<>n lost nr deatroyed, auch committee may deaignate and aat auch grounda to him anew, notwithatandiag ha may have ae> qulrsd title^ either by cri^nal apprlcation and deaignation, or by lawfol assignment, to other grounds so that the whole of the graondsso held by him would exceed two screa in extent. Fm id td , that iwauch new application and deaignation ahall a<fiwt the righta of any other person or persons to the Cround so designated and set out, or to the oy«iers that may be thereon. And any person who shall frauduWntly procuroany aueh ground to bo designated and set to lumself or to any perstm under the provisiona of this section ahall, on convietioa thereof, bo puaisbed by a fine not exceeding three hundred dolUra, or by iaprisonmeat in tbe county jail nut excMing six montha, or by auch fine and iinprisoBiaent both, a t the dia-cretion of tho court having cogniaanco of the offense. Sec. 6. Tbe property in the claima which have been or ahall be aet out to individuala or companiaa in accordaaco with the ptovia-ions of the aet to which thia ia in additioa, shall he I'mble to asaeasment aad taxation ia the towaawhereauiihclaimaanaituatad, in tho aame nnnneraaiother property. . Approved July 9,1864. CHArTKa LUI. An AH for the encouragement of riaheriea. Be it enacted by the Senate and Houae of 'R e P ^ n ta tiv e a la Genersi Aasembly convened: No person, for tho purpoae of taking base, shall use aav spear, aetaM or aet in e itW o f the lakea known aa Waahinco, Waahining and Traiir Lake, in Saliabury, in thia State, for the term of three yean from the fin t day of July, 1864; and every penon ao offending ahall be pimished by a fine not exceeding seven dollan for each and eveiy U-bnae so committed by auch peraoa. Approved July 9,1864. CMATTBa LIT. An Act in additkn to an Act providing for the pdyment ofa Bounty to the Familiea of vMuntcem. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representativea ia Gaaenl AMilbly convened: Sec. 1. That in addition to tho awum certificate of tbe physiciaa, provided ia the second section of an aet entitled “Aa Act in addition to ‘An Act to provide for tho organiaation and equipment ofa Volunteer Militia and to provide for the Public D^ bnce,’” pMoedat the May session, A. D.. 1861, approved Jiily idth. 1863, then ahall also be pn-aented by the aelectmen of fowna to the comptroller, a t the time application ahall be made for the bounty provided by aaid act, a further certificate signed and aworn to by a majority of the aelectmen of the town in which tho bmily of the oflcer or'4oldier making the application may re-eide, which certificate shall state thatanch officer or soldiw, id t i e opinion of auch selectmen, ia incapadtaied by reason of dia-abillty incurred in the aervice of the United Statea, from punning hb uaual avocations in tho same manner and to the same extent'as he waa able to punue them be* fon entering such service. Approved. July 9,1864. CHAPTSa LT. An Aet in addition to "Ah Act extendia^ the action of Replevin.” Be it enacted by the Senate and Houae of Representativea ia General AsMmbly convened: Sec..l. That tho writ ol replevin author-iied by tho aet to whieh thia w ia additioa w * f be ia the fi>lh>wing form: To the aheriff of tho eouaty of or hia'deputy,-'or to’either ol the eonatablea of the towa of , ia aaid county— Gneetfaig: By authority of the State ofConneetient, you a n bertby commanded, without delay, to cause to be nplevied to A. B. of eartain gooda and chatteb. to wit: [deterO* M«si,1 of the aaid A B of the value of dollan now in tho pussession of C D, of , a t , and by him, as it ia aaid, unlawfully detained; and you are to attach to th e ' valne of dollan, tho guoda or estate of said C D, and him anm-mon to appear befi>n tbe auperior court, to beheld a t within and for the county of , on tbe • Tueaday of ; [or, "befon tho cite eourt of the city of , t o bo beld within and for the aaid city, on the day of i” or, “bef -re E. F., Esq., a Juatice of the peace for tbe county of a t . , in the town of in aaid coimty, on the day of a t o’clock in tbo noon thea aad th e n to answer unto tho said A B in a plea whenin the pbiintiff complaint that ever since tho ' day of , tho defendant baa unlawfully detained, m atill unlawfully dotaina, the said s ^ a and ebat-tela of tbe pkintiff, to hia damage tho sum of dollan i aad therabn ho bringa thkiaait. Personally appeared A B, plaintiff Isr C D the agent of the plaintiff,] in thia writ a t the time of issuing tho Bame,and made oath ia due fima of law, before tho underaigned aathority, that he verily believea the plaintiff fsrpbintilb] to bo tho truo owner [ar, ownevHoftho property aoughtto bo ro-ploviedfaff thw writ« or that ho ia for, they arej ea titM to tho im m a d ^ fanMiap E F, aa pria^pal, aad G H aa aartty, Jotatly aad a e v e t^ rocogniaad to thaaam of dollan Iw tho payaMat of ooata to tho defendant ia « fa , tho plaintiff ahall not pniaaeato hia aaiC aad far the piynaat of all daaagw t h a j t ^ l baneov-ored by tbo debadaat haiela, aad far iho rotara of tbo gooda aad ^ t t o l a afeccMid to tho debadaat if tho plaiatiff ahaU Ciil to oatabliahhit fight to thosanoor ta tka posaeaaioa th en o t Bcnaf fail aok aad ■a k a n t a n of thia writ, witb m ar da ian tlte r a o ^ a a o a r^ to la v . ]taiadat,*e. j^ a u c h writ may ha ia tba Mlowbi( T p o ,lF ,o r ,aapriaeipal, ,aad GHol .a a a a n ty , ackaowlodie yoOMelveaJoiaUy and aoveralirboaad m CDdT , fai a raeacaiaaaee of doHaaoe, that A B of ,wkohaaaaw takaa out a writ of nplovia againat th« aaid 0 D, ajiall pay to tbe aaid C D hia cosw la tho autt hi wUeb tho aaM writ la hMaadj to eaae ho; tho aaid A B, ahall aot praaeeato tho aaid anh to olftet, aad ahall aka p y all % : £ s ; i ! s c £ ± £ t ^ ^ . tl^ahaltbM M o o red by tk 'a a id O O n a a id an it,’ aM ahall n ta fa ta tbo aaid CD tho g n ^ aad ehattefa that any bo nplevied by virtue of the aaid wAt^ If tho aaid A B ahall fail toeatabliahhia rigft to tboaaato or totho poaMaion thoreo£ Takea and aduowMged a t la MM, JiuMeaqfOt Aaer. See. 3. I f the property aouzht to bo replevied be foun I in tbe poaaesaion or within the control of tho ^ebndaat by tho nlHcar aueing the writ of raplevia,aueh odicer may if the plaintiffao direct, attach tbo praa-e ru of the defeadant to aa amoaat auffleient to aecun tho dauMgea which tbe pfarintiff baa sutained by reaeon of tho M* tawful detention of hia property by aueh do* fenilant, together with tho eoata of aoit. Approved July 9th, 1864. CHAFTBa tr u An Act ia additioa to Aa Act aatitlod "Aa Act to provide for tho Pkymeat of a Bounty to Yolunteera, and for other pur-ptMea,” ipproved January M, IM f Be it enactra by the Senate and Hooao of ReproMintativea ia Geaeral Aaaanbly convened: Sec. 1. That any pcnoa who baa been or aay bo hereafter enrofed under any law or authority of the United Statee, aad liabW to de drafted in thia atate, and who ainco tbe fin t day of June, 1864, haa Ibmiabed or may h e r d e r previoua tobia being drafted, fumiah an acceptatilo auhatitute either to the army or the navy, not liable to draft and in aeowdance with tho ruhM and legu-latioiia of the war or navy departmenta; ahall bo paid from tho State treasalry the aum of fSoo, which payment ahall ha made by tbo Mymaater general upon tho pment-ation of tbe certifinte of a provoat manhal that auch auhatitute haa bMn muater^ into the aervice of the United States !br threo yean or during the war. ^mW«<That the aaid aubati'uto ahall bo credited to thfa Staiot and to tho towa when hia ^riadpaT ia enrolled. Sec. 2. Tho pravlaiona of an Act entitled "Aa Aet to provide for tbo orgaaixatioa of and equipment of a Voluatetr Miiitia, and to provide for tho Publie Debnee,*'- approved June 27,1861, and tho provisions of an Aet entitled '*Aa Act ia additioa Aa Aet to psovide for tbo Orgaaiaation and equip-aient ofa Yulunteer Militia and to provide for the publie defence,” approved Decesabar 24,1862, a n hereby extended to tbo liHBi-liea of those who have been or shall bo aiua-tered into tho service of tbo United Stataa as aubatitutea uader the pniviaione of thia a c t; jNToeMfd, tb « aueh fiuailiei ahall acta-ally raaide ia thit Stole at'thb time of aaid muster. Approved July 9,18641 caarTxa vm . Aa Act in addition to “An Aet coacendng Crimea and Punishmeata.** Bo it enacted by the Senate and Botao of ROpfiaentativea to General Asaeaibly eonveaed: Every person who shall by LimaeU; ag ia combinaiion witn others, threaten of* nio any meana to intimidate any workman in tbe employ of any penon, penooa or corporation in thia State, with tho intent, by auch threata add intimidation,to cause aum workman to leave auch employ, ahall, upon conviction of such olfence, bo p-niahra by a fine not exreeding 810U, or by iniprisuament in tbe county jail not exceeding six' months, or by sued fine and impnaonment both, a t the discniion of tho court having cognizance of tbe offence. Approved, July 9,1864 CHAFTXa LVIII. An Act in addition to “An Act coneemiiig Crimea aifd Punisbmenta.” Be it enacted by the Senate and Honso of Representativea in General Asaembly convened: Every peison who ahall keep or maintato a diaorderiy houae, a house wl.an lewd, diseolute or drunken penona naort, or a houae where drinkiag,(.a o a ug. dancing or figuttogia permitted lothe diatmKineo of tn«neighbun,abali be punished by impria-onment in a common Jbtt, for a to rn ao; exceeding three monthi. or by a fine not «s-ceedini; one hundred dollara, or by anohfino and imprisonment both. Approved, July 9, lBti4. CBAPTEa u x . Afe Aet m addition to ‘‘An Aet eoneofatac Crimea and Puniahmeaia.” B e it enacted by tbe Senate and Houao of Representativea in General Auombly convened: That any parson who ahall willfblly adl, or offer to sell, the flesh of a i^ animal or fowl, which waa killed when diaeaaed, or which died of diaease, or ahall sell poiaon-ous drinka, or adultentad and dniggad liq-uon, knowing them to be such, shall pay a fine not exceeding SIOO. or aulfer impriaol>> ment to tho common jail not exceed!^ aix monthSe Approved, July 9th, 1864. cuAma Lx. Aa AeC ebneeming Railroad Coipevatio*!.' Bo it enacted by the Senate and Houae of Representativea in General Aaaembly convened: See. 1. That ao railroad eoatraeten or atochboldan to any railroad eorpontia%ia thiir State, abal) be allowed to votooa aay stock anbacnbed for by them to bo pnid'lar in work or materiah, unless they soul havo paid to full in tbe manner agroe^ dlaaaeao-menta or inatallmenta legally called by aueh' corporation olr aaid atoca. Sec; 2. No aubdcriber to tho capital atoek ofaay nilroad corporation la thia State ahall boaKowed to vote on any of said atoek nalanall anessmtata or iaatallmcata lenUy called In aodi eorpoiatioa ihaU haia m m paidtoiUL Approved July 9,1864. »A P rx a » ^ S i r J ,s S j s i r j± : ^ ? s s i to tho fwrdiaa or maidlaa or Mrdiaaa af raah rhild or oUUM^theia h n o S S d a r e U l d n a ^ ta tto Mheai if thanh»M to panoi^ ^ > * i a t Miiatod ■lUtaiy cr navaraanioo o* thoITMtadlMM; •j««*fAn dbd bafon l a t d n i n ^ « h . o f thb ~ day ofha pMMga. Appravtd Juty 9 ,18H e a am ii u n Aa Aet ia additioa t» aa Aet oaaHiaiM DonMatie Refationa. " T . ^ ^ . 1. ^ wheaovw a em m o f | i ^ aaid e^ld 1^ obort nuiy for “ caaso, «oMiMo ami ip p ..ir t^ 33B penoa gaardbM aa afoecaaid. to hava lha control of the paiiMia ot such minor, aa « a l| aa tho ^ a i i e aad ofhlaorhair eatatOL laaage Th^^'tofarobatowHhiiii___ district aay mlai^ r o i ^ ahall hai« jlm m toappotot aomopenod othet* thaa thabk> »«oh miaor, when it mi^, bo shown to said eouit aaMk' • o ith o rb yW rdativnofaurh minor, or by thoaoloetM*' of tho towa wherr aueh minor mMaau tha^ tha pareata of eaeh ■iner,eitber by itm m ef their inteapcnneo, cruel treataieat^haad-onmear, or waaton a ^ e c t of such ■^^fr aii' M f t aa9 p»«^ pwabiM to havo tho om of aaeh mia>ir ebild, or ebil.lrea t amelibd that duo aotico of aueh applicatlaaahaiVh^ all caeao bo givea to the piurente ^ aafk* Approved,/.ily 9,1864. eilAFTaa txiiil Aa Att ia additioa to " Aa Aet ‘ii iriiildg' t i t Iho pOyuieat of a bounty ta TUaa^ teon^ aad foTotlMr parpoae^” paiaalM A. D. 1864^ which Aat has beea e a trd d S by aa Act paaaedai hbo p re s e a t'M a y ^ aioa, A. D. IM>4. Bo it onaeted by tba SiMMte and Uouat BapreeeaCativoa ia OMMrat ^ v e a ia l: See. 1 . All lieianio' afbo hat^,' oa slaco tho flnt day of Jalv, A. D. MSlL'ea^ liatod or re-ealiaied toto tho adlitoi!* asf«« ieaof Iho United Statea, eitherto tWial-unteer, vetenn reaitrve, vetetaa or nmilti' fotto of Iho Cnitad g ta t^ a a d heoa cfWit-dd to thia Stair, ahall ^eatiUedtondHvd tho thno hundred dollan bounty pneUl# in thoacttowhieh thieioinadditMv a a i saki bounty ahall bo paid, thoogb «ieh aw> aom sh4ll not have been aLX-reditaittotiNnyr when th ^ wen enrollod,'or bii«l their mio' idenesa, if^not enrolled a t the tiqw of eayM> ment, payaioat ahall bo mado by tha aar. maater fm enl upon evideace dfjsueh a a S ^ aMat,muatarand credit to tho Stato, Mb' niabed hr tho war depirtto^t ef tho tfalM S tatso,«by tho sliljiMaRk geaeral of t lb ’ State, fliiin'aiiy other oHkial soureo latfa faetocy to said paymaater general ;^raoMliL' tho provisiona of thia act ahall not n t i iw to aay snbatitute; ami provideJ fwrtktr, that thia aOt abdl not extend litany peA esirte' shall have totentionally enlisted aiid aM ta i' upon the quota of any other town thaaihail ia which he resiiled or waa enrolled; for tha' purpose of obtaining a greater bounty thatf* the three hnhdnd dollan provided by tha act to whieb thMTift in addition. Sec. 2. All paymenta of birirMiU fora mado by the paymaater general to pe^i sona who have onliaTad, or'iaealieteiL a ^ beea muatered m'o the military servhw a f the United Statea, on awl since the Ant'day of July, A; D. 186^ id any military o n n - iaitioa of the State to the field, or ia tha' reguhurarmy or veteran reaerveco^ u f thal United States, aad beea cndited to th a Stato,'aball be deemed to be valid to all i»>' tenta and purpoaea} ftoeidtd^ aueh pay-meata ahall .havo beea amdo upoa tba tificato of thomoatenngofficer, or o f aM # officer or adjutant of tho regiawnt to whioll' such person enlisted, o ( n*-entiated, ihM auch penodii bad been so mustered anjcriwl ited ; and all pay aMiata of bounty bentolbM' mado to ponoai onliated or re>eniistvd am' and atocoasid firat day of July, A. D. 1863^' upon ovideaea to tho oOee of tho a«Qataiut gsneral of the State, that aueh peraoaa worv^^ eradited to tbo StalM, shall, to like aMliiaar,' bo dtemeii to bo good and valid. See. 3. All persuW who hava bento An A c tia addiiioA t i . teen and'for other for the payment of » BMotr tor HI ma%A Atlh«» nnrTina— Bo it enaetad by tha Bepraeatothaa ia eoLveaed: See. 1 . 1 ^ to eaaa of tha daath a f pam a who, by roaeenflfhaviMealinad I f ia th a ariKtary oraaoal aar«li»oriha OUlt •4 StotgBi aballH «M0»Ua4Mlkb1 lieted,or lo-enliaied, or shall benaftev vnliat or ro-gnlist, into any mibtary orjpiniaiition of thoStato m tbe fleld,aml hava been mnatefe# or siiall hereafter bo mnstend into the military aervice of the United Sibiea and credited to tho Stktity shall he ectitled to ra> ceive^ftom tbo tiine ofsuch enlistment an4 '- aneter, and during their terin'of eaMtaiiat: tho annual hoanty provided by law'to t t e lin t sect Km of ** An Act in addition to aa Act to pravido for tbo organixatioB and eqnipaeat of a volnntSMr miiiiia, ami ta provMo far tbo publie debnie,” apfrovt4 J(adZ7tb,A.D.1861. . , See.dc IfthoboaRlBofmMIaMntia'tia' soveAt diatriets of thia Stoi.tf ^ ! l noglsot or foil for any reason to aacertain tbo lOaiddMa orplaeeor enn>llmsntof any penHtoai<ltf‘ rcMHutfin thia State into tbe militarV'aalv-ieo of (ho UnitM Stataa, tho payaaa»er’|a » oral ahall havo powiAr to ascertatoaaiaBiia-ideaco or plaeo of onrolbnent upon auclh oe- > idaaeeaa ahall be deansd by himai|iftela> '^hiic.S: ^ l a ad ahall take elhrt eatka day of ita puaMo. Apfia v ;^ j3 » 9 .jj lM . Thofa are thiao good naminavrhraa npaaat power eaa bo IMn«e<i to tea n th o raG o n b d tr ii^ ; Ut, ia faaad^ aa alavery, wMh all cHUtoad^a tioaaeeNatoer own havo e»Hidi>mne* ae* T Bi. Biienaao tho ConbtteMw gaerrillk waribfo, whiHi ail «p powon hiiig siaop ci»ad>.-iiiaa»|i 'H Becaaqo>^ tbo -tm m m that a ^ h t reinllflroat a wir wRfe' f t» P ^ HdJfcat»a. I n l M i i
|Title||Willimantic journal, 1864-08-25|
|Subject||Willimantic (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Windham (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Windham County (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Daily ed.: Willimantic evening journal, <Feb. 1-3, 1896>; Notes: Ceased Jan. 27, 1911; Notes: Published as: Willimantic evening journal, Nov. 16-27, 1878; Published as: Willimantic weekly journal, <Dec. 2, 1870>; Published daily: <Sept. 4>-7, 1872, Daily Camp Meeting ed., and: Nov. 16-27, 1878, during the Catholic Fair; "Independent, <1859-1876>; Republican." Cf. Ayer, 1910; Description based on: Vol. 10, no. 5 (Jan. 31, 1857); Supplements accompany some issues|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
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|Relation||Other edition: Willimantic evening journal; Preceding title: Public medium; Succeeding title: Windham County observer|
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|Title-Alternative||The Willimantic journal|
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ada with fcaada.
• tkaaituataada .
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