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A(kib«lnMliinuft>« n« In« b t, aad fell, aad blad, aad dM-C*d kDowi f te IM sm ’a Mlw—tbe ftMdtaa a ttb a wbd»— For •< « ; beli« in * s i^ a MuX BdwU bim Uierc, w tbe m ae altar bid, •bace ahrine be’d oftca aupficd u d p n ja d ! .WilUauiitia^ V ': - Q f i ^ n v a t , A B C t f t tt tT . W aD DW . i i ' x m r n s m g i r e w . The ^aUireatcaiaaormiude tbea « • beard, Tba Toioa o rp n je r, tbe pteaebar'a aaleaa VMd,— “L m eraater mt watt* a u a e’er jret batb abona. Than thia, that lor bla fricnda life he Ufa do«a.” We aaw tbe onrtefc’aaluir aad Mileaia t n ^ Seward tbe kBerilface of the aibait dead; Aod as ilie aua wka aiafcUiK in tbe mat, Wbilo do uda in diai«rf .daifc tbe ak; bad dteat, Lad b / aa anciiint brotbwlioed orftme, To BMn'a laat reatiat-Jilace, tbe ■ia«a, m came, And aaw cownltttd to iU Utbfiil tmat Tbe aoldier’a aaerad relica—duat to duat I Weep, aMiiniiac frleada, ’tia t t that tcaradnMdd U l, nom triiie, fram father, awtlier, ai<tsta, alL That Jeaoa wept wann, ajraipatbidng tnua, Over tbe g ta n of one be loved, appeua. Tbea we a n ; waep tbe teara of beart-Idt piei; Aad ted thoae team iaiiarttav aweet iclict Beat, Hnaiphtqr, n a t I Tbjr life, tboath abort la je a ti, Oath aaore aeeomplidied than to us appeara; Tree to th.r Coantiy’a tn u t io fiaae oTaeed, A ealdier wiUii« if need be to bleed I Yea, true to Him who died npoa tbe c ra a a^ Chriatlaa aoUier 1 wedoabtr ao a ra tb ; loaa I TmetotbeCbptaiaerSainlioar Teal rutbfiil npoa the coodi of eon diitreaa. Xear bj- tbjr nlde the racred i^Ipteiae lajr, Ita wotda BMraawcet to theebom day to d ay; Aad oil with e am a t and npiOTiiv cfa^ With Ebsct pointing to tbe book Ibua nigh, Didat tboa canM to be tinged with bladiing i.Iuinie, Tbe ohaek ofbiai who dared prolane Cod'a bol/ aime. Ibua with an doqueace alnost I:ivine, Kolaeltaa aod aidtliig aa the lair aanabiae, Ud«t tboo tebntetbo aiaa prulkne la apeeeb,— 1b allanand a faithful remou preadi. Ym, Humpbre.r, icat I reace Iw within the wiKa Of tb ; lone narraw bouae I Ibe awift-winged balla o r war win pince and wound thee nerermore, For thou a rt aab eacaatpcd open liir Oaaaan'a aLore. Angaat ST, MM. O.B.I. For tbe,JonniaL THE DOCTOR’S STORY. iky uiKle Samnel La* been eick, dear JuomKAi., and although, in eren tolerable b n ltb , one ot the must guod-nat-ued and reaaonable o f nen,ctill, le t bim be UUcked by headache, or chill, and he is transrormed at. once into a coiubination of tha fretful child and exacting man. But I alwaya no-tic6 tliat., by a little skillful Cianagement, oAe ^ keep him in tolvrable humor—tha t ii by making th i flMct of h b ailmente, and treating him, in t i l re»i!ccts, like a peiMn in the moac dungeruus condition. Thw, v itb theaavoiy little dishes of which I know he is so fond, make him, aftci all, not Tike tbe generality of unclasj ubendurable when aick—and in coAvalescenea who is better n a tu r ^ than tlnclc &mwl 1 Keep him ia dreasink gown aad alippeta, and engage Iiiiu upon ftTorite topea, and the work u done. So I Watched my opportunity, and thus secured tbe remainder of the Doctor’s stoiy. Tha Siat day* of the beautiAil summer, Bessie, found me again a t South Bay. If my former journey thither ww deli]|litfuh this one was inexpressibly so i for the foliage, which turns more slowly in th a t than IB-Our more nigged climate, was but spotted here and there with red aad yellow, aadasaummerae«nftd'casting to the ground aoAa of her glories, only because aha was WMuyof them, there wiia aotbiitg. of tha t bright and aadilening ^ c a y of autumn yet visible. We passed, in the weaterly part our journey, orcharda filled with laden traea, and tbe yellow com atood y e t atraight and defiant,-while the pumpkins lay idly waiting ia the fields. There waa a» t tte n the varied o f fruit cultivated oa the island whhA eoa would aae aow, and aa we ap>' pmached tbe eastern part, the supply aeem-ad much mure sc anty; aad 1 will o o n fi^ tliat.now, my ride would have begun to be a little tedious, bad it not been for our driven who, in-thoee days, was a veiy respecuble penonaga^ aad who entertained mewUb tbe hUuxy of the placea where we halted, and alao of most of the important (amiliM. t eiyoyed it, Beasie,—but I: forget my atory. n e Doctor bad w ritu n me th a t he was a o t r i i^ t well, a n d b ^ urged me to come to tbe Bay for a few weeka. My owta health being not tbe best, and being anxious to see them all once more, Ivery readUy aasented; ao thia .waa bow a golden twilight ia September foaad ueoace mote within tha hoa-p iu b le doors tif the old South house. Byaatrange coincidanoe,. aerwan Heldt bad airivad the night belbra, and there were also vlaitiii|; a t the house two young ladiea, nlatfvai«riifB.Laa. rthiak,Ba*aie,oldmaa a s l am^HiarlMd t t a o t beat for flarman, I ahoaU.lHnrit folicii la lova wit|i Alwe Lee, for tha aeebaA t i p a } for s te waa motm beau-tifal t iu a 1 had avcrdMaaMNl a woiaaa epald b e; aad every aetioa waa Adi o f gcaee aad vivadty. She aeeaiad to have ao diOeulty b givfaig aM bar' atteatwn, and Ueriaaa waa4ev«t«d-l»'onaof the atraager ladies, Hm Doctoriraa thM*, pale aad quiet, aad aaaaiag aevar t» aotiee aayihiag. Fiaak' wai atiU ifrighUy aad e a ta rta ia ii^ ; b a t l be had kiat aoaMtUng^Ua fleshy ^ U i afpeataaae aad ftiaaluieas of maaaer, I t waa aad toaee the inflataea which B«|t- ■a a - aaaawd to k m U m ; aad l-caa Md im h ia i, A o a t t t e k m . to t g l a a ^ there was a daring, sinister look in his full, dark eyes, which pleased me n o t The eal-ly days of my visit paswed much as on the previous occasiom While the ladies remained, we had ridcaand sails and beach partiea, and all th a t j b u t their sojourn ended with the fiiat autumiul storms, aad ia a few weeks after my arrival we were oaoe more alone. Yon wiH not be surprued. Beasie, to leata th a t my admiitetkm for Alice Lee had decreased aomewhat; for, although ahe was uniformly polite, there was an abatractioa, a selfltbnesi, in her manner, whidi eeatrasted ill with her fovely face. A stranger had but to aeeher with Herman to divine the cause, though so well were their feeliugs concealed th a t the family suspected nothing. 1 knew they were betrothed ! *' Walter,** aald Mr. Lee, one morning in the latter part of September, “ I wish th a t yon and your fHend Sam would* consent to take a abort journey for me. I have a large sum of money to pay for my sharaof the Indian poraessions s t the p o in t; and as tke agent is now tbere^ I think it will better to go and pay the money in perMm. You’ll find the sail delightful before this breeze; whateay you lo going' to-morrow uiora-ing 1" The Doctor consented; bu t soon afker break*kst was attacked by one of those te rrible bcadachei>, trom which he suffered much tbitiugh life. Herman and Frank were out upon a fiahing excursion, and we saw nothing t»f them during the d a y ; but upon their return in tbe evening Frank hastened to bis brother’s room, and, after expressing the utmost regret for his suffer- •ng, remarked carelemly th a t he auppoaed he would not be able to go to the point to-morraw. Hci-man soon after entered, and inquired with Biucb inteiest into the Doctor’s illnew, and politely assured Iiim of his sympathy. That e ^ i n g Frank proposed, in view of his broihei’s illness, tha t he and Herman ahould make the journey to the point, do the business, and return the next evening. Mr. Lee assented, only cautioiiing Frank to be careful, and be sure to return the next djiy, as be predicted aa easterly storm before the end of the week.^ He delivered the money tb a t night, and before daybreak of the following morning the voyagers d e p a rt^ . When the Doctor learned of their departure, a fiuah of aurptise at>d anger spread itself over iiis usually pale face, and he cast upon hia fother a reproachful look. I t was strange, he said, to send Frank upon such an errand, a mere boy; and besides he managed a boat but pooriy, and there were certain signs of a storm. This Mr. Lee sdmit-ted ; “ But,” be added, I think it will ifb’t come before to-mutrow, and the bdys will be home by midiifght. Besides, UermKit went with Frank.” This fact seemed to satisfy the lather, but so iar from having th a t effect upon the Doctor it only increased his discontent; bu t he said no more. We passed ihi' d iy quietly. Alice did not appear again until evening, and *oon after tea, I saw her, with her fair hair atreaming in tbe already damp wind, making the beat of her way to the falet. She thought, pter-baps, tha t ahe might see them coming home, but she did not. There was nothing to be seen oh th i dull water, except t'hat calm, settled quiet which precedes a violent storm. And so, with her garmenu wet with tbe mist, and her bright face gloomed by the disappointment, Alice came in, and soon after retired to her foonr. I t was midnight, I thinlc, t&at I waa roused Ikbm slumber by the loud, sharp whiatle of the wind, down the chimney and about the bouse. The tree creaked against the dwelling, and the fuiy of the wind waa equaled by the foud, angty mar of the sea. I t waa the terrible easterly atorm; and none except those living in c great, isolated bouse by the shore can fully reallae tbe tetror of an- <' eaa1eriy blow,” when ahipa are wrecked and souls are sent by the score to their long home. I could sleep no more, for roy soul was filled with apprehension, and a thra-aan i feara for the br.ither of my friend tormented until morning, when, as I looked from my window, I saw the Doctor, pale and haggard, walking towarda th e house. I met bin' a t the door, but be did not speak, only-greeted nie with th a t forlorn smile, which men sometimM put on when the soul is sick and despiuring. All th a t day the wind blew with terrible violence, and the rain beat in torrents against the boose. Tearful eyea kwked out into the atorm, and neither noon nor night brought relief to those anxious hearis.' Mr. Lee tried to be comforted. “ I t was not likely th a t tbe boya would atart last n i ^ t in- tbe very fiwe of the sterm. Frank waa tooaensible for th a t; but they’d be ahmg to-morrow.” But hi* words did not quiet the frantic grief of the mother, who watched continually for the abadow of a aail upon tbe atormy sea,-nortbe nncontrol-aUe anxiety of tbelovmg Alice, wbo sat with her pale iae( agalnat the window, heaiflig nothing, knowing nothing except her own sorrow. Tbat agony was not for a bfotkar, Beaaie. I knew it, and pitied te r . I eaa i ever forget nor caa I describe the'lnr tolcnble gloom o f tb a t day. BUai after blast swept over the aea and landi and a blinding rain poured mercileasly froiir the east. It*waa.with«nt darineaa, and within a b om r wane thata darkneaa. . The aMralag cir the third day r m d e a r i r t wIiMfdlMa Tha wet,.yaliotr le a rn ahoae b r i i ^ y ia 'th e aaaahlaa, thoakh btetea^aad wsiia a' i iBffcta a i d j iM a a ^ abv Tka'. ■e a «wq|iiiitt ly tinlike th e ^ rio u s thing of h u t night. -A perfect calm.rested upon nature, and fear-ftilly calm the shadows of those two calmest of all things, desfMlr and death, ekwed round the merty taansioa a t South Bay. Tbe day 'wore CD to noon, and no tldlnga fiom ^ absent. Three daya of anxiety and auspenae told foarfully upon themother’a feeble irame. She yielded a t leligth and loat her agoay ia inaenribility, which aooa afker iMiged lato insanity, a hereditary disease. I t waa the twilight of th a t day, while th e Doctor and I were together in the parlor, trying to converse aa in old times, when a boy from the village presented himself with a letter, sent, as be saio, by a gentleman who, from his description, could be no other than Herman. There were a few lines, cold and polite. Frank was lost, in attempting to make the passage from the ^ i n t ; he, Henuan, had saved himself, and could only cumuiunicate thu-s, as businew made it nec-essary th a t he ahould a t unce return to Germany. And this was a i l ! Frank waa lost, a household plunged in sorrow, and he wlio alone could explain the sad transaction gone —irrevocably gone! Tbe Doctor dismissed the boy, and in tha t moment, bis face pale.with anger and his heart full of anguish, made preparations to depart. “ I will go to tbe point,” said he- 1 will see when they came, how and when they left, and how the poor boy seemed; and if there has been foul play he ahall rue It.” 1 thought the Doctor must be crazy y for I did not dream of the suspicions'which from th e first, had tormented him. He left na a t once, and mine was the aad ta*k of confirming the worst fears of his father and aister. The old gentleman received the information witb the calmness of despair, and offered not a word—asked not a single question, but returned slowly, to the bedside of his wife. Alas! Bessie, thera was no comforting angel in that hout$e. Gud had been forgotten; and now (le tpo forgot. Alice wept bitterly when I told her; but there was a strange wildness in her manner which I could nut then understand. The Doctor’a efforts to learn the movements of his brother were but partially successful. The keeper a t the point house told of their cumii^; how they lingered until midnight over their cups and cards; how tha t then they went off, as he understood to seek the agent, on the other side of the p oint; how he warned them of the coming storm; but Frank, excited and perverse, insisted ; and th a t was the last he saw of them. From the agent it was ascertained th a t a man, a stranger, had been a t the house during the wildest of the storm, and th a t an old sailor had seen the two, a t dawn, struggling with the waves; tb a t the boat was overturned, and one, a t least, was lo s t; he could not tell—tho rain blinded Lim,but bethought the “ lad was not quite himself.” All the rest waa mystery. A month after this sad affiiir, Alice Lee left her father^ hotfst, a&id a atorm almoet aa wild aa th a t in which poor Frank was lost. They never knew the circumstances; and but a single line denoted her destiny—the wife of Herman Uvldt, Germany. There ia but little more to tell, Bessie. The mysteiy of Herman’s movements waa proof of guilt, and we could not doubt that taking advantage of Frank’s intoxication, he had sccured the liioney which he carried, and with his life made off, and then enticed by secret means the deluded Alice, to desert her father and fly with him. 1 hated the girl, Bessie, witb the beauty of an angel and the seliishness of the demon. Believe me, in man or woman, either, there ia no good extept in piinciple; and poor Alice knew it not. Thia blow killed tbe fond b u t weak fath e r ; and ju s t two y e a n f to a the time I firat entered South Bay to receive bis kind welcome, I entered to follow hiai to tbe grave. They lal4 him ia the family came* tety,a; mil« back of the bouse, where already towered a monument to ^Fraak, lost a t sea.” And so the father,-in one senae hia son’s destroyer, slept quietly enough, like his d ^ stroyed, close by hi* iiniatbomable bed. For five yeara after Mn. Lee lived, a maniac, and tbe Doctor lived w ith and devoted himself to her. I t was In this solitnde th a t be imbibed thoae morbid, strange notions, which followed him through life and tinged h b happiest momenta with mclancholy. But in th a t solitude, too, he learned to be a Christian ; and, however peculiar, I know no Christian character to shine with brighter luster. In the meantime, be became acquainted with my sister Kittie, and loved her. She helped him on with her prayers on earth, and when God took- her flrwn him her memory incited him to greater holineaa. Then i t waa th a t he resolved to live for o th e n ; and nobly did be keep that resolve. I t waa a sad night for the Doctor when Kittie died ; b u t I think he lived a nobler lifo than he would if she had lived t o o b u t he never loved again After hia mother died the Doctorsold—yes, Bessie, he sold the old place a t South Bay, and left it forever. He then removed to New York, where, in a atrange manner, while attending as hospital surgeon, he came across hb aiater Alice, a deserted, helpless woman. With the remainaof her once.wonderful beauty^ahe waa aMI attraetive, b u t so crushed and bfoken- in spirit, and ao abattered ia health,- tiiat be could only foiget her crime and take ber to a quiet home aod hia own brotherly cart. He never aaked her jBernaa H eldt; he dreadtri the very meatkn of h b aaaie, a i^ fbtbadeall allasito ttftheU rribla paat. The Dd6ter trio9 aad triad t» bo A miW ; t a t U a ia d j^ an iO l «lf tMitbi:aad''ih« «iaiy' bright pliafa ofhis life was too soon bMt ia the glory of heavstt. I t b hard to realiar, Beasie, that tbe tell, prim woman we aee, passing on before ua to church, could ever have been the beautiftil; bright Aliee Lee. F i l^ yeara havtf made changes, my dear, and how full mast be her heart of the atoried memoriea ahe livea ao calmly and ailently above, and how aweet to h e r,a a oiteanow ahe aaya,will be the ntibfoken fbtgetfulacaa of tbe grave. They will aU meet aooa, Beasia^ I hope^ ia th e bette r world. t And my Unde rose, and went atraight to hbtoom. PUBLIC ACTS. PASSSD.MAT SESSION. 1K4. CHAPtCa LXIV. An Act for tbe Protection of Sheep Culture. Bo it emcted hy the Senate and House of Uepi:esentatives in General Assembly convened: Sec. 1. That the owner or keeper of any dog three months old and upwards, within thu limits of th b Stete, be, and he is hereby required, on or before the Hrst day of Sep-leniber, in each year, to cause sucn dog to be regixtered and numbered in the oiBce of the town clerk, in the town where such persons resides; and it shall be the duty of such town clerk to register and number the same, and r ^ r d a description of the size aud color ot said dog in a iKiok to be kept for th a t purptiso, for which he shall receivc seventeen ceiitK, to be paid by tbe owner of said dog, and such owner or keeper shall pay to such town clerk, for tbe bcheflt of the treasury of the town, the sum of two dollars for every male do;;, and tbe sum o r five dollatM for every female dog so regbter-ed and numbered’ and aball cause to bo put around the neck of such doga collar with the registered number and the owner’a name distinctly marked thereon ; and any person killing or maiming anv auch dog without Justifiable cause, shall be liable for the reav onahle value of such dog. Sue. 2. I t shall be tbe duty of the asaesa-ors of tha several towns of th b State, to cause all d i ^ tliree montba old and upwards, which have not been registered and numbered as aforesaid, to be entered upon the asaesament Ib t of persona owning auch :ogs; and all such doga ahall be presumed to be owned by tbe keeper or occupier of tbe premiaca where auch dogs are kept. Sec. 3. The owner or owner* of all dog* not registered and numbered aa aforeaaid, shall pay an annual trX into the treasury of the town where auch dogs are kept, to be levied and collected witb and in the sCme mannrr ss the ordinaiy town taxes,of three dollars for every male dog, and six dollars for evrty female dog, and in m» case shall such tax be abated. Sec. 4. Tke selectmen of each town shall, on the first Mondaya of April and October in each year, offer a bounty of one dollar per hcail to any penon who shall kill any (!fv, or dogs. Owned or kept in such town, which shall not be registered and numdered as aforesaid,and shall upon satbfactory proof of killing such dog or dogs,and tba t he orshe waa not n-gistered or numbered, in any town of this State, and th a t the perwn killing the same » not the owner of the aame,grant an order on the treasury of such town for the ment of such bounty. Icc. S. Nothing in this act shall bo *o construed as to prohibit any person from killing any dog or doga tliat may be found killing or worrying any sheep or lambe in th b State, whether registered and numbered or n o t; but it shall be lawful for any persoa to kill any such dug or dogs fi>und irillii^ or worrying any sheep or lamlis; and it ahall be u e duty of the selectmen to cause all such found killing oir worty-tObekflled. ii«s collected in aceotdance ing sheep or lami Sec. 6. All ^ n i with thia a c r shall be. kept as a separate hind,- to entitled the Dog Fund. And the selectmen of each toWnf shall meet,: on or belbre the first Monday of October, in each year, to distribute such fund to the owners of sheep which have been killed by d o n , in each town, during the yea r; and if tbe receipts from said fund during the year shall not be equal tu tbe damage austained by the owners of sheep, then the tfelMtmen shall dbtribute the avaib of such fund to each of auch shem owners, proportionably to the amount of loss sustained by them. Provtrfed, th a t no person aball receive under th b act a la rg e r aatoiiM than, that assessed to him by tbe board of selectmen for damagea received. Sec. 7. Whenever any person, reaident in any town in th b Stete, shall sustain any damage from sheep being killed or maimed hjr degsf he ahall, within twenty-four hour* alter he baa knowledge of the same, give information to the selectmen, or one of them and then, but not otherwi.-«e, it shall be tbe duty of the selectmen of such town to institute an inquiry into the ownenhip of such dug or dogs, and to commenci! a suit iti the name of tlie treasurer ot said town against the ownerjof such dug or dogs, if residing within tbe limits of such town : snd if said owner er own>>rs shall not be residenu of tbe town in which the damage was doae, in which the damage was done, then suit shall be' instituted against the tnwu or towns where such owner or owners reside, unlesa auch owner or owners, or town or towns, shall on notieof promptly pay to the trraaurer of the town where such aheep were killed or BMiuied, the amount of auch damage*^ and the reasonable expense a ttending the same. Sec< 8. Whenever any monb* known aa the Dug Fund ahall not be needed for the purposes described in section six of this act in any town in tbia Stete^ it shall be lawful for such town to use the same tor the p a y ment of bounties authorized in section four of this act, or for ordinary town expenses, and tbe tressurei of suchtown shall keep aa account of all monies so uscd, and said town shall be liable to refun 1 the same whenever i t shall be needed for the purpose b r which i t waa collected. Sec. 9. Thia act shall not affect th a collecting any taxes which have been laid in pursuance of exbtingaets,orsttit now pending, or any claim* wbicb baa heretofore ac-cnied umfer the law aa i t exbted prior to the paasage of th b act. Sec. 10. The act entitled “An i n t lA addition to ind in altemtioa of “An Act for tbe protection of Sheep Culture,” passed May Session. 1855,-aad all aeta aad parte of acta incoasbteat witb the proemeaa of tb b act, be and thaaama are henby repealed. Apprave^ Ja ly 8,1864. . 1 i-i , mtikraa txr. ■ f n Afli ^iMditUili t<» -A b 4 ^ to prptMo ' fo#; tk#jj»ymeat efK BmnQr^to Tohirf. t«of*, aadfbr otkcr parpnca,* ap^fofrad , 4snuaty 15th, A. D. 1864, which said act b conttnued in force by an act pasaed at tbe present aesaioa. Be it enacted th e Senate' and House tif Reptvsentetivea ia -General Assembly convened: S e c il. fiveiyperaon who shall hereafter enKst iirtothe navki aai^iOe of the UhitM Ste^ea for the term of thi«e yeara, and be credited to thia State, shall be. entitled to reiieive from the State the same bountiea, tOKMher with the san’o aum for the support of hia family, provided,*uch famify ahMlI actually rasldo in thia State a t tbe time of hia enlbtment aa are paid tO per-aona who enfist in tbe militaty service Of the United Stetcs, and are credited to this S ta te : payment to be made upon the aame conditions and in tbe tame manner aa now provided by law; pyeMed, tba t th b act shall not apply to any person who eatfers the na\al service of the Uuited Static as a commissioned oilicer; aiui provUUd further, th a t if tbe terra of enlistment in tbe navy aball be less than three yearj, such proportion of tbe three hundred dollar bounty shall be paid as said term bears to three yean. Sec. 2. Every person who has been, or shall hereafter bo transSerred froiii the military to the naval service of the United States, who, a t the time of suchjiranafvr, wa.«, or shall be credited to thb Stete, and who dues ot’slmll remain credited to this Stete, after such transfer,^ shall continue tu receive the same aum for the support oT biii family as he would receive bad not such transfer been made; provided, such family shall actually reside in tb b Steto a t tbe time of his eulbtment. 3. Every person who shall procure enlistments into tbe naval service of t t e United State*, under the ptOvbiona Of thia act, shall be entitled to receive the #tme sum aa now provided by law lot procuring volunteen for the militery service of the United State*. See. 4. Thb act ahall take cffMt on the day of itepossagii. Approved July 9th, 1864. CH.trrcRi.xvi. An Act In addition to an Act entitled “Au Act authorizing tbe United ^tatea to as-quira title to land* therein named and ceding jurisdiction thereto,” approved December 24th, liStiS. Be it e n a c ts by the Senate and House of Representative* in General Assembly Convened: That so much of section fifth of “An Act authorizing the United Statea to acquira title to lands therein named and ceding ju risdiction thereto,” approved Decem^r ^4, 18fi2, aa requires the payment by the United States te tbO city of New Loudoa of the sums expended by itfd city to procure titlo to buids lor aa ite tor a Naty l a r ^ be, antf the same b hereby repealeiL Apprwved July S), ltH>4. CBAPTXa u tv u . An Act amhoruing the Oovernor to appoint Inapectora of Boilers. Be it enacted by tbe Senate and Houaa ot Representatives ia General Assembly convened > Sec. 1. Thefe shall be' aj^^itrtad by the Governur one person for eaca of tbo Cun-gressioiial Ulstncts in thia State, Who shall be an inspector of steam boilen u*M fur manulacturing and mechanical purposes,and whu shall have the powers aud periurm the duties hereinafter specified, aud who shall hold otfice lor three y e an irom tbe data of hb appuinini^m. Sec. 2. That the saTd iiispcctoni aball, as often aa once in each year, carefully inspecs every steam boiler which is usea fur any n^u&ctnring or mechanical purpose, in the d b tric t tor wliich they are appointed ; and i^ upon such inspection, tiiey find *uch boiler to bo itt guOU workiug orUer, and fifeo I'rom all w eaki^s and deiecte, they shall give a certificate o inspection to tb a t elfeel to tbe person or petrous using any boiler for any luaiiuliMturiiig or mecbauical purpose, as aforesaid. Sec. 3. i t ahall be the duty ol said inapec-turs, iftbey find any boiler nut to k o la gOod working order, trom any cause, or not strong, or tree Irvm all delMts, to advise amt recommend the owner or lessees of such boiler as lo wuat repairs, if any, are necea-saryin order tu put such buiier in good working order aud lu sound cuuaition,aiid il the advice and recumtuendatioii of auch inspector shall be ilbregaided by tbe owner or lessee of such boiler, such inspector tn»j call in the inspector Irolit aa a>|joining disr trict, and if they agree tha t said boiler is not in good working order, and in sound cunditiuai they sbail give a whiten notice tu the owner or lessee of such boder, not to use the same until such repairs are made as tbe said inspectors shall specit'y ; or if said inspectors are of opinion tu a t said l^iier b utterly wurthless ur tbat its use will endanger the public safety, tbey ahall forbid us^ iug the same altogether. Sec. 4. 11'any person ahall neglect or refuse to bave the b<>iler or boilei-s used by them inspected,or ahal^ carrji a greater pre^ sure of steam tban u aifow^ by said certificate, they shall pay a' fine nut exceedmif two buuUred doiian; and if any person Shull use any boiler,- the use of wbicU has been lorbidden by the inspector^, he shall pay a line not exceeding oue thousand dollars, ur suiter imprisuument in the ja il aot exceedtng sia months, or aball be punbbed by auch tine and imprisonment botii, a t the discretion of tbe court. Sec. 5. The fees of said inapecter shall be three dollan fur each boiler so inspected, which sum *haU in all cases be paid by the owner or lessee of the boiler ur boilers so inspected. Prooided, tha t this act shall nut be in uperatiua m any city ur towi» having a system of boiler itispectiun of ita own, unless such city or town shall ia tegular meeting accept tbe aame. Approved July 9,1864. CHAma utvrii. An Act to confirm the doiaga of Aa*c**on and Boarda of Reliefj m certain case*. Be it enacted by tbe Senate and Houaa af Repieseautivea ia Geaaral A s a e a i^ ceuveaed: That m all ease* wheM the asae*son or board of relief in aiqr towna have beea elected a t a meetieg not legally warned for tha t purpoae, and in all cast a ia which the aa> Mason ia any town have omitted to poet notice*, or publish the aame in accordanea witb the pnivbionsofthte third aectiba of aar Act entitled “An Act for the Asecseiaent and Collection ofTaxea.” and in all caseaia which assesson have omitted to aiga or return, or make oath to, an ab e tn c t or the aa-sessment liste ofthei^Mapectiva towaa, or to lo d n tbe aaaie in tba towa Oleik a aOce in said town by the fifteenth day c t December In each year, or have not laeladad k» said aU tr tc t a li«t o^ p a it of tba Hat at u i / pm m ; and In all eaaea fat irhiak aald aaaaAoraktw ira« atpiad th a aaaMi h r ib ii- ; M ly .a ifo r districto aad MciotlaB la i t f i town, or have not aigned them s t a l l ; a a i m all cases In wbiek saki aasesHiucnt list ha* beeh adllhd td^ made out or altered, befbru the boards of risHef have equalia*d aad ad* justed the retnhie aad Mse**aMrata of Iktkf respective tOwna; and for all cas«o ta WkkM the board b fre liif in abv tiiwii bia iae« H r we tranaaction ofbnshisea befoiatheflfBt Monday of Jannaiy in ally year, o r luM omitted to givs notice of the titto aad ptMk of their meetings, according lo tba u v n t-ioaa of law ; and ia all casea fai wWS tuwa clerk of any town baa not titanadin^ ted to the comptroller of public ioedaiM an abatract ol tik Iwt of sucb tuwa^by fiint .lay of March in any yesr,and in i such assessor or tueiiibers of such W reliff have omittM tti take the oath ] ed by law ; or wheit tbe asa^saoia towa hava assesaed any coaipaay or i atioa under a name or firm by whieh are p n e n lly known or recegniaed, yet oili er than th a t by which they are knowa law—such aasessment Ibt* shall not for a a f such caiisea lie adjudged void, but thaaaaM are hereby ratified and confimied, aad aU taxea which have been or shall be hcriaftaif laid and iinpvsed according to aucb saaaa-ment Hstii, tiiay, nut withstanding, bo larta J and collecteih, ^iitideU th b act ahalliiat feet any auit now pending. Approved July », 1864. CltAPTEn L.VIX. .\nA c t ia addition to and io altemtioa «»f “Aa itc t iwteblishinz the State Ite fb a i School.” , Be it enacted by the Senate iind lUttti* Kepresentstivea ia General Aseeaab^ convened: Sec. 1. PeK>ona under ton y ran o fa fa aM r be committed to tbe State Keform oeb«« by the approval of tbe trusties pfiaidachool proVidifd fio pei«on' shall be admitted fbr B lesa periwl than Dido moitha, Ste. S. So much of an y ji^ iia fa iaaawia* te a t witb the foregoing b« aiid tlia aitii* i» hereby r e e l e d . Approved July 9,1864. ciiAPTaa Lxx. An Act in addition to “An Act t» for a llounty to Voluateers, aad M o ^ er pnrpoee*.’’ It'Aereiu, Tbe Cungrcss of the UnltM Statea has passed tth ait Aiiitlioriiiing the »X(m»>< tivea of the seviRtl Statea not in nbel-lion, to send recruiting agrnteiatAaayof theatatcsdeclared to be ia rebellloa,niG^ tbe statea of Arkana^i, TMM*iM( ia d Loubbna. and to tiictuit vblanteen Itadtf the proviaioiis ofsaM act ,who shall ba credited to the state,and to the mpeetive sal^ divisioDs thereof, which niiiy pn«nre tba enlistment, No»jk«rrJiir*,to'mi>kt said act available to thisStete in filling ita q^tota o l troopa for the natloml atmiis;i^.. Be it enacted by the ^nalte aira noiUb « i Kepresentetive* ia General AaaanAlj convened: Sec. 1. The execiitive • of tbia State la hereby authorized lu appoint one or agents fuf this State to ^rocMd tw tM . States in rebellinn not exceptdd by aal^i aet uf Congress, there to recruit vulunteen for the armies of the United Statea to M aa* plied on the quota of tbix Slat*,. Wbftt M-' cruitsshall be credited to th eS ta ti lit and said executive uf this State eu y Sa tb a compensation uf *t.eh agents, not exoeediag the sum nfpne hundred dollarofiir all t v pauses for each volunteer obtained aad aMM* tercd into the service of the Uaited StaM^ to be credited tO thtt S^M#,'*uib' 6iiMp*a*»* tioa to be fixed witb Kfennce to iMlucalW ty where the recruitment wmade,'aiMI Witl) further nference to the expenditure a t tiai4( and money required in procuring sueb vo)«' unteen. Sec. 2. Thb aet ahalT taka effoct tm tlM day. of ita passage.' Approved July 9,1864. ca.trTEa ts x i . An Act to amend an Act eiititlad '*Aa Adi for the rvlief of Insolvent DebtOn, aa4 for the more ctpial diattibmioB6fam<f> facts animig th«ir crWitiirs.’’ . Be it enacted by the Senate lAS ttuaaa o f Bepjrescntativea m GenenI A ta d a i^ convened: Sec. 1. That tho Court of l^ifoMtta kaftl* which any estate is, or may be ^M l a f fbr settlement under lb* pi^>vial6na Of ib« a i t to which tihib livt la' ia addition, fiMy a t im f time eiftbiir before or after the report e( ta a commisaionen on *ucb estate eball hava been returned to said court, for a a fld a a t cause order tbo hearing before aaid tamf missionento be opened, and may Ifaaita further time, not exceeding aix moatha^fhl' the piNMentatiuh of cfaime to saivt sionen; provided, tl a t notice of iMb HaNt-ation and of the limea anil pMtlio of lha meetiiu of such commis*iunen iKfll be en in the same manner now p ro v i^ t bylaw in the caa* of the original limitalloa a f • tim* for the preaentetioa of clalaia to misswnen «M*r said act. Approved, July 9,1864. CHAPtEa LXXIt. . .. An Aet for the protection of f isb 'h v n il^ ' ton PImkI. Be it enacted by the Senate andi IHuaH* 6t Representati'vea in lienti^h A t t i tM f cuiiv«nedr Sec. 1. That no person or pcrsotb sMIf draw any seine in Taunton pond in tha town of Newtown, in the county of fair-field, on penalty of forfeiting ten dollan a a i the aeiue so used ; one half lo him who ahaH sue therefor, and prosecute hitf suit *>■■ feet, and one half to tho thiaaary of th*‘ town M Newtnwn. Sec. Z No person sliall' teke, deatrojr, a t carry away from the afoAisaid Tsanton poa4. in tlie town of Newtown ia the county «i, Fairfield, any fish between th* firat dby of January and the fin t day of Mkceh inrMtM year. Any persoijso offending shall forfeit and pay a fine of n o t les* than te an a r aMVi' than tw en ^ didlan for* mcb and evety i# ’ fence so^commltted; <me half to hiai’ Wbai shall sue tberefbr,' aad pnieecnte b b aMti eflact, and th* other b alfto tbe treaaaiy df tbe towa of Newtowa. AppMVad July 9,1864.- A letter ftom an oStar ih’ fh*' A tm f aff FMomlio rirpreiaiM gntificatlohr i t ih* *a> peal of tha commuiafiioii clause, a a i aM “One thing b aure. The >Toi>tb*ta aaeafc moat keep up theii'mlnAi t(V l%baaaiah^ den th* idea tbat they aM tolbiia thia wir ttfbb foogbt out.** Tha wrfhWadita: ry nten who AtaiwirfiM th* Soetha#eeka. af the ind.flinne* of Ihd aedal* « i laeer dh the war,-and to' the thonaartlft' w baar*«illf giving life «id IMuh'thal tMgr may be M»- teeted abd t ghod'g*aenaMiit aonM i « • thear. T h ia « illa d td » OpfvMa old at*a aad heya of aB mdaa the eduflatadmaa a a in ^ b a tha maaa whila Saat dai . m a a th d » a th y h >w h i» h a id |
|Title||Willimantic journal, 1864-09-01|
|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|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.W46 J68|
|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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Tba Toioa o rp n je r, tbe pteaebar'a aaleaa VMd,—
“L m eraater mt watt* a u a e’er jret batb abona.
Than thia, that lor bla fricnda life he Ufa do«a.”
We aaw tbe onrtefc’aaluir aad Mileaia t n ^
Seward tbe kBerilface of the aibait dead;
Aod as ilie aua wka aiafcUiK in tbe mat,
Wbilo do uda in diai«rf .daifc tbe ak; bad dteat,
Lad b / aa anciiint brotbwlioed orftme,
To BMn'a laat reatiat-Jilace, tbe ■ia«a, m came,
And aaw cownltttd to iU Utbfiil tmat
Tbe aoldier’a aaerad relica—duat to duat I
Weep, aMiiniiac frleada, ’tia t t that tcaradnMdd U l,
nom triiie, fram father, awtlier, ai
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