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; vT,.' T H l i HO rSA TO N K J » E P U B p k ?A N , 1« pablished erery SATimOAT K O B ^ d . ' b f C , B . M A L y B i ; ^ , ; ■ AT tH * ' R f t iu t ia ic a a FALLS VILLAGE, COMM.' vro% T li« rorLK^Vnftf^vWifici: To clubs $1.00 per anaTtm.in AdTaace., In siagle wrapfera.’t l , ^ I<»# an«mn iWdvance. Any peraoa forwarding a club ten subicribera Will be entitled to a A-ee copj. Tk» preieat Tolbmi 41 the Befkbficiri lain eopjrighted i apera upon Agriculture, known •• rn c BCSSK^LL FA^EBg } ^^^^l5c^i mu8ti>« woi-th frdmlOO to Iflfeo dollars, at teast, to any (ariper in tlii# Nocfhern State8Mn,pro- |»oi«io« t4«i»'iMre8t ia AgrttulmiV - • ^ A irencral uarie^,«f aclic'^s, iP Morals, i t iligion, aaircali**,^ PoHtffea, N^ws,'igticulture, ICecbanica. Hou«ek*epiag,Tfaie, C ^m e rc e , Hy- Cien*. Medicine, &c. An I »n i ll branchM wiH take as indepeudentHi position tis i t Is posbfble, or • re n desirable a local JannaalJrtiould, I t is hope > U a t the itth ab iu n t. of the 17th aonatorial 4i«M/t (fcapscially, will feeUt their ip ty to igive It a ^ - 4ial support and that thoee in the wionat'^was «nd n«tirhbarhoads who do sjready.taltt it, will use Iheir influence to indace, fU least, two or thtee «thers who do a o ^ to aend theif subscciptiapa. A d v e rtisin tr. f« tha Advertiwr, tlie Eepublican presents tbe West medium for reachins the peopU of North Western Connecticut and the a4joiaing parts x>f l l 4«Hachnsett* and New Ybrk. Advertisements will be lAsertei upon tkp feUowin)? terms : One aqoare, or leas. 0 |ie ealamk 1 month, 3 C 1* 1 « 12 $ 1.0® 200 S.Of .5,00 UfiQ tO^OS 30,00 fto.ce A4f«rtUaC BtU> U h t «eiMl«ered ^«y»ble in advance.' G«orge W. P e e t, itm ^ lE T OB €OD?ISil.ll& i f L&W, llfD F A L L S r iL L J G E t € A N A A N , CO N N Ottce next door to the Iron Bank. [5 A m m i M S H O P . s . L . s o l m s o n : j g . WaaTd inform the puWic th il he bai re-mered from the rtore of Brewster, Kelley & Co., to the store of A. H^rmtn, where h« will be happy to .11 hia nM na.tn)ti«. and see all of hi» old patrans, a#id aaa«vf ww:hhoo jjisiiaayr have d o c k s . W a tc h e s , <ir J ew e l r y h9 repaired. All work will be wamnted to f i r e aatisfaotion. __________ PIERRE MUNDRY, H 9U S E , S IGN, COACH ORNAMESNTAIs m m r rm:* l e s - r . 9 iMWiltrt Baildin?, - FalU TUIige, Cm*. ■ —)—0-*-o~“” FATS’TS of all kinds and color* wlH be p repared by the pound in quantHies to suit customers. D E N T A L N O T I C E 1 DR. J. S. SMITH W)ULI) respectfully inform bis f<4«nds and putrons in PalU VilUge and-vicM»ty-, tl»^ he ba sa ta in establisned himself a t bUfojrtnsrresi-deade, where he will be happy to nee My who may desire his professional services. HavluK spew the •a s tv e a r in New York, he is able to/wniish hi* e-wtomers witk all the latest i«i>i ovameot* la the **Thaakful for pa-<t favors, he hopea to merit a. centinuauce of the same. _ • All operatiiws perfomefi itt * skiUfal and work-mlinrike maaner. ^ ra ils Villa*a,May ..It^tf ' P B IO ^H O JL iOOMBB a CO ^ a « L f D E i . L B B S ' F t fW ig i l a w l J o j n e s t i e O r u g s , Ckemteab, Peffimehi; P iJ e itltteK ^ h , TAINT8, OILS, tH.A8S; DYB^STDPFS, AleaLol, Bartilis Pluiil. Camplieiie aDd TD^ ptjiiin e. , : JVo. rU tT O N ST ., N«tr <l*ienwich "fttieet, N EW YOUK^ ^ A<««,l>^e» In L I|^O R S and WINBB eal Purposes. ’ "** p , 0 E Vortbe Houftatoaiclteprnbll<JiEm.,, The clouds in the sky,\w» gathering fast, As over a rugged road had passed. A man, win m a drivfas a«wo herse-team, -‘t 1^" pill fnrp.hgnd was wrinkled and worn with care, A}d with his lpft-ha»d fiue»»el awajfhi»«whairs; m i l e the reins in his ha«d>e gercely eiM, Andln iB Qd&rse c^aektd voice, h^ cried, ooli! ' ■ • ■ And in his empty pockethe glanwd And thontrht of what he miffht # wn!a r^ tm*((r ii^TifTOBgr While again he tlvMi|>t^f wl<tf he might g e t ; _GoldJ , I^o n !^ Abp W e i i young man^Id,' ‘ For it looks like raSfi ill sky tiVeAt^ j ^-nd the atocm wiU «ak© the Moaajngs w id p , ; u’l ln 'a hrirrie4 Tpipe wf^ed^ I, Gold! - - .........— ,,.n..-..— O stay, a worthy fartnetr'^A r ' ' t Beneath my roof you may rcstyoqr }.. TbexUdtttancastlilrejesohlifghv ^ And voice not much likeli s i ^ , Take «are and do not drive to t'ast!' Afid keep your spirits i|p to the, last t As he saw the speikeir pat out fais light, Jia repKad-wi^ Us oimai good a ig h t,'. '>• Goldl Avoid raan'byatermster waa fooad, Stratched Uke a pauHsake on the f ^ u a d ; T1m<>:4 man rubbed aud winked his eiyea, Aj^ thought of all his foolish'Cries: Gold! i i v . ; Thwe in a region near .Pike’s Peak, Though Htii I able tiis thoni^its to sptak He cried in a voice which all inight hear. Those who come to get gold Acre, AreSold! ;o F. M I « C E l - L ,A N B O U S . -______________________ _ P U B L I C A C T S . PASSED MAY SESSlUN, 1850. O f f i o b o p S e c r e t a r y o p S t a t k , ) Hartford, June 13th, 1859, J Publishers of newspapers who insert in their respective journalis, the public acts, are respectfully requested to pub* lisli said acts iu their numerical order^ and to comply strictly with the provi* sipns of the sixth .section of “ An Act relating to certain State Officers and to the Treasury Department.” JOHN BOYD, Secretary of State. CHAPTER I . An Act in addition to and alteration of an Act entitled, An Act in alteration of an Act relating to Courts.” f>y the SemttB-and ih ts e of Representaiivcs in General Assembly convened. Sec. 1 . The a ju ry may be summoned to attend the May term of the superior cour<t tor Neur Haven county, in each and every year, at the discretion of the judge a l lo t t ^ io li/914 th^ same, for the trial of criffliuai oases only, anything in the act to which this is inaddition to the contrary not withstanding. 8ec.il. This act shall take effect from t^^e day of its passage., Approved, May lltfci, l«5d. iy«- lOJlNi. iifipoBnaa Wiies« S e ^ r » . l e . . &e*. N0« «8 WAT£E STEBER. NEW TORK. Jqhji L, STmfK7.; , Will. ^ a n fe n tr r atfertion 'paid XxS tb« bfd«rk*e D ra tx ifte and Tows Aseato ia r l ' 0 . W . S h a r e s V PateiU Harse Boeing Mc^Unei, Manufactured ! .ConB< 5 A Xi'E'' c / 3 . M A i FA tL & VlfcLAGEi CONNi. - . __ .n- ■ ---- - Soiiue. P E A S E , C H A L F A N T d t C O , Formerly Bostwick, Pmmb, A ^ T H IR O ‘S t . , - 9 T i *PAU1.. Receive <nykir8«»«Ucchi^Be, Gold s a d or Eiastern Hank Notes, make Coliect- Pay Ta*ei few Non-Hesidents, and transwt a tfeabral Banking fiaaiti6fla. InteiA*' atlo#ed -m t ia a depMita. B.IC-fi.Pci^8K. > St. Paid. iAOOBM.CttAL rAKT, J CHJk.ai:.as HvKT.Hnntotille, Comr. B i c h i b d H. Pcasb, Albany, N. T. pL a r r A. Pa iirt,North Ba st,N .Y . 'I Ifew Tork Correipondent, Me ropolitan £ank!' BEFINBD KEROSENE OIL. I IT comeqaeaee of beary additional n p e n s e io f by paridcatioa of Keroeeaeltlaminating Oil, the Tnisteeaoftha Compaay have been com- 0 ^ e d t* « av a a ee tbe price, making it retail at f t,S01«Btead of f i ,25 a« formerly- TIkt p uriflcation haavery mach improred it, |%ndei1ng i t reefhnn «tl «B|AMMrtiodor->-o^ t^ ta j iMMf iffol straw color ' s e f# -* » d baraa a t^T a r jb aoiall ex> r " C .& JU L T B i£ . CnAPTER ili e. An Act in addition to an Act relating to the General Asst^iqbly. jPtf k enenctcd by the Senate and House of Hefiresentatives tH Geniral Assembly Conte»ed: . SerA. That ail bHls-for f ifb.lie a<5t^ whiph^hall hare been pasi^ed by^ bpth Bouses of the ^ e r a l aMembly shail -be cngro^ed by theWcretairy of s)t^t)e,ui)on paper of utiiform siziB» which s ia ll be provitted for th a t p u rp o ^ by hiflfi. Sec'. 2. After the adjournment of the ^ n e r a l assembly, the secretaTy of state iSfiall cause all such engrossed bills which shall have been signed and approved, in tile manner provided in the first section th e ^ c t to whic^ this is an addition, o r^ h ic h shall have otherwise become laws agreeabljr. to the constitution of j^ is state, to be suitably bound in 'a Voltfn^, ^ d |l ! i ^ ^|so t^cord the sanie, by ^tle^ public reoofds of this state.- And jsuch engrossed bills shall hi^kftifer^ie d e em ^ tQ Be the r^pr4>q^ thi^ p u ^ ic acu-passedby tbegeheral assembly,-and^ copies of tli^ ^e^,inad,e, u td <?em0c^ by il^e secretary o f s t ^ / i f cofiiea o t Mcord. 3. *^(9 eYi^Sdng b^Ut for pMblie acts.ftMll be-*t tine rate of aeve»ty-fivj(| <^nte ^ r je r e r y v l^ l page of two h u n d r^ 'an(| ^^lgh^^oi-4p,and^U^ ^ 4^d paid a t Jbs^ovided in thfe secon4 section of tile flfet to wltteii t t ^ ' is i^,|iii3itidn/' , : iiMcts be *^&ohei^byihis As' ATTacts of incorporation, tuid actjs in&li’ terfitldft^i^ ^me;ic(ixf^tat therepfi shall Ve deemed tp W priy«U acts: and no su<^ a o t^ a l l be engrossed, signed, or published by the secretary of state, as a public act. Bee. 5. Every private act shall, unless otherwise therein provided, take effect fh>m the day of i( s approval. Sec. The secretary of stote shall, a t the end of e v ^ y session of the general assembly, eause th§ private acts and res-olutioB passed a t such session to be printed, in a convenient form, and distributed in the same manner as is provided % law for tbe distribution o f the public acts. A Kst-^^ all appointmeats made 1^ tbe general assembly, and a schedule of all by the sedretary' 'df ^ a t e i^'^tbe s'adib manhei^. ' ’ *' ■Skc.7. All a c ts^n d parts of acts inconsistent with tbe provisions •oftfais<!act are iw e b y repealed. - - 8ec^ 8. This act shaJl take eftsot frohi and after its passage. • ^ Approved, May 24th, 1839. *_ ....! -i CQAPTBR XU. ................. - , Ai) Act iQ'addition to And^ in. tilteration of.an act entitled. *VAn Act for Forming; and: Conducting th e Military Jo rc e .’’ ■ Be enacted by tice Sentde. and ilouse of HeprdsentdHves in Gener^al Assembiy ^convened. 8e:. 1. T h a t whenever’ c h a r t s , requiring a Court Martia;r f6r the trial thereof, shall ibe '^ e f^tledO i^a inst any. sfleld, cpmnii^sioned, or<«feaff^o&^,'to any officer now authorized by la.w to receive said !^rges* and to caUTa Court Martial su ch .« ]M ^ ^ a ^ l^ } e c ifi9 stfbnBt!^all be submitted, by the 'Officer to • wKom the eharge» may be maite', to the commiuiid- •er-in* chief; and if itf t t e dpinibn of the cbnltha<ider-in-cbief there shall be. sufficient caiisfe for ordering a Court Mar.- tjal, he may direct suph officer to issue the riepessary orders for the ajwembling of said court martial as now provided by law. But if ikfi ppinion lof jfche com-mander- in'chief. tHeie is not^ sufficient cause for ordering such court tbe chai-ges shall be lodged of file in the office of the Adjutant-General, and ho further action sh^all be tdkeii thereon. . ^ n See. 2- All orders for Courts Martial now issued shall be and are hereby suspended, and no further proceedings ahall be had in the matter 01 the chaii'es for the trial of which a court has been ordered, excejft in conformity with the re-ments of this act. Sec 3, All acts or parts o f acts incon> sistant with this act are hereby repealed. . Sec. 4> This act shall take effect from and after the date of its passage. Approved, May 27th, 1859. CHAPTER IV. An Ac t to repeal a provi$i<»i of law therein mentioned. Be if enacted by the Sendee arid. House of Representatives in General Assembly convenedi Tha t the second a c tio n of “ An Act in addition to and in alteration of an Act entitled An Act for the A s^ s s - meht itid Collection of Taxes.^’ apprl)?- ed June 27, 1857, be, and hereby is repealed. Approved, May 27th, 1859. CHAPTER V. An Act in addition to ‘An A ^ for the Regulation of Civil Actions. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General AsseirAty convened: That whenever the claimant or claimentSj Of Aijy debt, gpod^ fects, in‘ controversy m any action of scire facias, ;?hall reside out of this state the notice required by the two hundred and th i^ - fo u r th siEctipn of the act to which thisXs W la ^ t ib ^ , to Wifch claimant, to Appear and defend,^hall be giveii in such time a ^ inannet |is^ the ppurt before whidh'^'sifch i 'c tW bd '^^nd-in § shaH direct, and such coiiriIs'hereby authoriziKl and empowered to make any andall i i i^ f u l order 3 in ri^ation ther^jtp. ' Approvwi* J4uae r. <";. - ‘ ' ' V. _ __ ___ ______CHAPTER-XI. — ----- -- Aa^'Atti hi^(Mldili6tf td AH Act fbV the Begulatiea of Civil Actions.’^ * *’V Be it 9*ac^d by tfle Senate and House, q f I^r^spnt^ivcB in iGeaeral Assembly convened i ^ , — ■' ' Whenever ^ justice' pf the pMce shall be ^ dis-qualified or unable, frqni a ^ e^u§a v^hateyer, to iH*aceed}t|p the trial of an^ civil action pending before h|m, ^ e partie^'to said aictibn may, by. w h t ^ ' agreement, endorsed upon tho writ, and sig^rted ’^y" said.parties pr th ^ r atiqr'neys, designate any other Justice df the peace, resident in the town wheVe eiihlr. pf s ^ d , parties reside, who may proceed to trial, render judgment imd isiiue ^±dcutiofi in said ca^usc ; and said j udgmeat and execution have the same effect in law, as 4f they' had b ^ n r^«dei»d.4nid issued by the justice iof the peace designated^in said writ. - ' (he p e a to ,‘l^fore whom any'«ivil actfen is pending, inay, by written a^eJ3nfen^^of_.tb^’ p?tr^e^ therMo,’'e n d w ^ . »pb». the. writ, and^ signed by sat^;i>ai1i^"e^'t!beh‘.,iltJiornejJt pr9 q<e^S^,i^i;%t rjender judginent, and issue e^ectltidn in '^said cause, a t any t i^ > f ^ e r tSi^e of saidVrit, ' and agreed upon b^ said parties. And such judgment and execution shall have the some e^tHt'iivlairJ'tit thV t^ial sad cause had been on the day designated in said writ. • Approved* June 1st,. 185J9. CHAPTER VII. An Act Confirming the Doings of Courts of Probate. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Repre^entatioes in General Assembly convened : J U L Y 9 , 1 ^ 9 . «nd fb r ih e imore equal' di^ributimroif their effects tfaohg their cfieditors^’Vand ^uch court, pmil;te4 ,to appoint a time, and C£m^-the notice to be giv«n for the hearing of tlf^a creditors relative thereto, aS rle|uirMbytiie jsixtfi Section <tt the abt. fiaifefed M«y session, 1^55, in addition to th^ act last aforesaid, such acceptance and approval shaill-be good and vAlid; provided this act shall not scf-iect any.'Suit-.tioSif pendihgi v Sec. 2...TW* act-shall take effect fi-om .and a f tp . the day of its passage. = i A^proyed^June 1st, 1859. CHAPTER VIII. ’ An Act4ii aidditidn ’to a s act ce^cem-ring crimesjdi^ punishments ,,, Ba it enactjii^by: tk^ Siifiate and House of Jiepre^ri^ve^ in General [Assembly convened : l)^a t every person y^o ^hall #ilfuliy^bui;n[‘apy 6arn, stable^ o fp th - ef Put-hPusiriri ^hich any 'hdi-sfesf <Jr neat "cattle ate sfibliDd or ke^t, the sairie bang the propeny of anPther, ittitll suffer impWsortlient in the eonnecticut state ^ ig o n ib r a^ternl ndt less th a n two npi^niorej^aitt^n years.. ApprowdjJ^i?e Xst, 1859.. , „ f-, iS‘ >••'*« ' '■ ' • ■*' ‘ i CHAPTER IX. r An Act in addition to “An Act'cpncern- I in f Ccrtnfifauilities an'd'dorporations.” .S^it.dnaot^'by the Senate andHm^e of Repremsisttttivea inr General 4ssembhj convened: That all asso<jij^tions which have beiln*(fi*lttf hfe’i f e a f t ib r f o rm e d under the provuloi^ oi^ the act entitled “ An, A,ct in ^ f^ h b n to An Act concerning ' Comfeujft^ and ' Corporations,’* apprbWi Juiie 2§th, A. D. 185:^, ojCthe acts pf 1852;Tb'6, &nd the same are liefeby a u th o r iz e t0^^tirchtise,hold and c d n v ^ real and' personal estate of a ' value not exceeding te s thousand ■ dollars A | ^ 012^ J im e 1st 1859. CHAPTER X. in a c t i o n to “ An Act con-c6n! stitilleid the id le fudge. The stai 1 harbdf-aia«ei? s h a ll'h a v e atsthority to detel’mine how far, wathin the limits of said harbor, and. in w h it instances, it ^sbalL be the daty^of masteca.'.or others having ch^i|^e ol vessels a t anchor within Uie liicnits of gaid channel,; to yempve the, saipe; ^and i f any toaster, or other person ien^^ed in ^pr .having charge of ah^ vessel at anchor witlfm the limits of said chahrie!, ^halt refuse Or' nfeglect to obey t t e dii^cliPn# Pf the s^id'fiayBor-tta s te r iif nfatteiis within Ws imthdrity' Io to direct; or if any p e r ^ shall ob^trwi^t resist o r oppose-the said harbor-master in the &xe<»tion ofthe dutiesi of his office every such, ^iierspn. ^ a l l , for every such pffence forfeit; apd psy the si«n ^ f fifty dollars; tP bp.rccpver«di.with c^sts pt suit, in an actjbn qf tort,.uppft th^astati ufe, in the n ame*'of svfch h arHor maste r before^ aif^ Icp'arf' hkviiis: 6ojjnlzki^^^ of thecaiiSe,-!!!! ^ i c h actioYi s^ch V^sSel niay be^atts&tfeted And htilden to respond the judg»i*dit thafr’•may be rendered therein in th e ,same manser as in other actions of tort: under tbe existing laiAr^ relating,to tfee aWachnjent pf property a;id subject tp ^ e provisions thereof. And.all fines fifter deducting the qeces-sary expenses of enforcing the same tP be deterniine(f by th ^ court rendering , li’ffgment thereforVhTn coHected shall be paid to the treastirer of the General Hospital Sbciety dfConnecti.tit. Sec. 4 I t iShftll be tbe<^doty df such harbor*masterj upon^tbe applloation of any petson engagtdrin the nai^igalion of' ^ai4 ,harbor^ whenever int;he op4^|,fl|n o f such person tfee channeF o f ^ e yame shall T)e ofistructed Hy any Vesset pr ve*ssels lying Pr riding at anchbr withhl the ^ame forthwith to reMPve the Same or require tbe same to b& removed Sd "that vessels may freely p«»»:up or d d u ^ thechannel of said harbor; for which se ^ ic e said harbor-piaster jsh ^ i be e n t i t le tp receive a compensation .^t thp r^te pf three An' Act dpliarspef day of ten hours service and cerning Compiunities and Corporations. ’* in that ^proportion for the^ fraction of a Be it ehactii bt.y. t.h.te. Senate a_n_dj Hrro-.u._s*e ^ay;aiid in dcifauU of makingsuchcom* of Represihititivi^ in General Assembly conveAcdK^' ‘ - Sec. J< l%at wJienever any corporation organized under any law of this State shall haiee f^led to provide by its articles pfftssociatioin, or by. its by-laws for the calUpg of special meetings of the cprpprajtipn, j||Jt theJnstancepf the stpck-holders of sucfi incorporation, or when-'’ ever any such corporation shall have so provided, and the officers of such corporation shall refuse to call' such meetings, any number of stockholders owning not less than a majority of the capital stock, shall have power to call such meetings by giving such notice of the object, time and place^ as is required in calling thq annual nieetiugs of such corporation;, and wheu convened,, such meeting shall haye p,owpr to dp any. acts which su<^ corporaUpn may ftp a t ^ y legally" warned m eting. iS>c^. 2. This act ih an take effect from its passage. ‘ ‘ A]|)^oved Ju n e '1st 1859. ‘ ; i jf.i. • ■ ;-f CHAPfTER XI.- * ■ i An Act in addition to Aft Afet cPrideilf- Ing Laiids.*’. . i .' Be it enacted by ike SenqtB md House of Repfdi^ld^W^ tfi^f^^eral Asserf^ly comsened: The selectm^ii p t slriy foVn where there is iio proprietor's cbAittlfteo on loommon and miidivicfed iair<ts in '' SaM toipi, shall ha^.th&«ame powers in regard to common' And: undivided; land; and,.the -l^ing ..Put and dividing th^ same, during thq term of tih^c office, as a proprietor’^ cpmralt(;.ees now Sec. 1. Tha t whenever any court of graats from the treawry, exhibiting the probate has accepted and approved of several snms granted, and the persona or the appointment of tbe trustee of trust-corporations to whom and tbe purposes eeg named in the assiiinment of any in-for which such grants were made, shall solvent debtor, who has assigned his be p rb te d with the private acts J and the property for the benefit of his creditors, record o f all resolutions of appointment, pursuant to the provisions of the act and resolutiona directing orders tp be passed May session, 1858, entitled “ An d r a i r o « D the treasurer, shall be made Act fo£ tbe Relief of Insolvent Debtor*, no towfi shall pay to' ^ y s d te ^ t^ fo ainy fees ,<as ‘ compensatidft fop * %efrfit;bi' iiS such cPminittee,'but the sa i^H if tll'ls e paid by the person or*- persona cai^ng ^ em out or reqi^estiag. tl» if a e rv ic ^ ' Ajpprpved June 1st ,1859i • ; S ' '■ . '/ .'I'- .>■ ii*i - ; CHAPTER An Act for the P^ptectiqn.flf^theiCoiHT merce and fiTayigatipii 4a t|i^ W of New Haven. ‘ ' ^ Be it BHdctedbythe^S^hte 'gndjH^ Rfpreientcttites in Ceneral^ienAly convened: " ' ’ ’ ' * • ' Sec^ 1 . There shall be apj[j6Mtfed:by fUB gpVierBo¥, a haj*bDiw«ras.tei^'for the K irb ^ of New- Havenpwhd « b a ) l< h ^ tiis for three the«time ap^ poiftin^i^t., And < Jintil another' shall ^be appointed io his ,places u . . , , , Sec. 2 Such barbor^master before.en-tering upon the duties of h|s .office, shall execute a bond to the treasurer of this state, in the penal siim of three hundred dollars, 'Writh sufficient islirety, '£0 ^be ap-proved’by the mdyol* o f New'HaVen/con-ditioned fpr the fakhfal p^rfdrfnah!ice of tbe duties of his office* Sec. 3. The said 'harbet^masterrshall' have authority to locate and station all vessels, while riding at, anchor within the limits of the chann^V oC said New Haven harbor; and to remove^,, froip” time to time such vessels, within said chtinnel, as are riot employed in feceiv-iiig or discharging their cargoes, to make room for the passage ‘ of Such" bthei^ vessels as may have occasion to pass u]& .or down tber channel' bf saidi haApV. And as to the fact, whether arty vesSel SP at anchpr, shall be in tbe said channel so as to obstruct or hinder the passage df-. any pther vessel up o^ dpwn said tflian* nel. tbcr sitid hafboMntfstei^ is hereb;f pensatiPti such harbor-master may re* cover the same in any J)r6per action at law for such service against the person persons df* corporation requiring such service. . * SeA- In case such h i^oA m a s te r §h^l neglect or refuge to render the services^ required in , the next preceedi;ng sectfon iie'sball bejiubject to pay-ttf the person persons or corpor^ition so requiring the same the sum of twenty dol-larji damages wuth lawful costs to be re» covered in an action upon .^aid bond or against sudi harbor-master upon this statute. And in the deterinihation of this qu^tion no opinion or decision of said harbor-master shall be considered by the court before which ftaid question may be pending. ,^ppp)9rf»i<^»qfe A i . /r -1. J, pIIAPTKRJXMfj- '.'? An Act in.addition to and in mker»tlon ■ of.an Act; entitled ‘‘ An A e t're la tih g „^9c„qpuTts,” J. : > ' Senate, ,convmea:_^ j ^ ^ . . .. 1 . ^ ^ a t the Septc|i]cl]b|j W .of the superior <i<iurt; within and for tho eWiAfy* fif^Tffiffdlesei, Vow' b^ law re-fi^ lretl t(J*beXh^W ' i f 'Wlddlet&vfn;’ sfiall ^ e ,^ d - the'Wttiefhfelijby if, di'aifj^d to fiWd»Wib'i« '*«4idk!0Unl^T -and T4ie eelAbB^ t e im ^ «aididpeiw>r i}<Mirt wiith-in and for sitid'«(»ijar fifMiddie^ix, noiv by law required to be hpld aL JladcUm, shall bo,'an\ll^^''^aiff#h^lbPis^, cnang-ed to ’Mi&dl&tSVn.'' Ih' s a iJ countV. ‘ Sec. 2. Alfl!ab9i#%bi^hhkfeT)efehtif «]n^, b»f«^ ’the ifhwa^y^of -A u ^ s t next, be bfought by writ, appeal or 6th-jetiwisec to . the »ter*i idf*lh» Mperior pour# tjq liix 4he couney |444I^s.«i^,-qn,4hB first T5»ep4ay in 5?ep-tem b ^ :?lp|^tne4. to. v«nd etUereH in. the ^c^et.ftf^.,8fi(l^.«pq|i'y fcourt a t 'its* sessions to be^ isiSd tiraie at fIkddai5f,,MtBougn ilie^an^ie ikiy 'have 1>eSn K^oiiA^f't^iP, ’tfil^' fenn of saM court as"fefer^roi¥'’^CTtabiished by law Afi^le-, tl>#n, and-sl'all b» fifbceeded MtlJ,’ m nJV^respecti, in tl|p.( aa»© n i a n ^ l t s ’^ R n , y n « b i ^ o u g h t jfaonati^Sertii so tc^,]|^]3ftWei)jJ..a^ i B ^ « » i J'i -I . Sf’c 3 A liaq tsan d pa^rJtRMiPliJWtP.iri' Consistent herewith p r o v e d I p.. jfir.T A n A « t fm ^ a i iS b n 't b ’ '* A n X o t Telaffiilg toCpurtife.” * " Be it emcte^ ^ apd liiiuse of Representatives in General Assembly convened:. • 1 J ’ • ■ Stf'c. 1. T j i i i t l h e c le r ^ p f .a r iy citjf c o u r t m a y , « r te ^ so d i r e c te d b y th e c o iir t a q ie q d r ngtajce. u p a n d c om p le te a n y i-e- C6r4 p f H^e, c i ty c p u f t i w h ic h . m « y h a t e bpien om i t te d to be d o n e b j n » y f f irm e r c le rk in s u c h l i lM n e r ^ f a i d < . ^ r j ; s h a l l d i r e c t . S e d 2- This iict slRiall not afifect any suitHQW Mpending and sbitU ta k e «ffi;ct from jn d .4 f te r its:|>as8a^. .,A P PW ^ 4 dw ad lSjSfi!.. ^ -i 1 •d'< '■' I m >■ ' . ^CI^APTEB iy.. An Acif iii alteration of an _Act entitled An* Afct fpKlhiEi Settlertient of 1'states,- Testate, Intes^aite ahd fnsfp tent. Be it 'endi:t<&d hy the' Sen te arid H vse nf Rqyrf sf^taiives in General Assterrthly Contgned: ^ ^ S ’c .- 1. E te ry f e s ta to ^ a t th e tiaae 0 * making his will or ikt any time thereaf-teip may haVe the witnesses thfertto j^x‘ amined and sworn in tfie u$uU fo f tii'^ i fore a Justice p f the peace or a JjQmn|i|s> sioner dt tl^e superior codrt enter the oath of the #itneise)l Aa .^e back of the will and i t te s t th»;Mnae| and the oath of «^itnesses io takes' sMll be iiseepted by the oouirt of probat6'«s if it had been taken befbrti said COiit^ icft^ the death of the testator. . Section eighth df the* apijaf .w^hicb tlus i^ ah alteratioiii3 l i e r c i ) f ^ iJealed-, - , . - t Sej:. 3. This act shall ta'-e eiSfdot'frelli and jlfler* the day-of its passage. 1 Appfpved June 3d 1859. * ing Lunatics and'SpendthriftS.” he it fii'rdtedby the S^udte artS Hf^si of Repj^e^a^nft. i^ Q/^frPlAssembl^ conve'ifd : . « .That iieaH c ^ i M i i s r ^ tb r i duly appointed accwdingr to-hMp Vliav^ ^een removed ligr oourta jbdT ]^batch.t>ir n ^ le c t of duty misconduct, all caws where courts, qf ^ rg j^ te J^irrt filled the vacancies thel’et^y ^Qi^asjonfd by a new appointment <5onseryatpl^ every such Removal and ne\^ apppint* rtient sh ill be good and valid iiot<^ths standing any ofniission or deffect*’df iti* tice of the Huffeand place o f hearing By such cotlrt of probate in telatiofc to; Provided, hcswe^^, nothing herein cdAtSt^^jf <^95 iraw ridding. Atid this 'i tc t sfiaif fakd e#e«t oil t t s passilgff.^ Approved Junei 3d 1859i ^ ■ * dHAPTCB xvifi " An Act in dddiiion to An Act 4^onderi* 4ng Lunatics and Spendthrifls. . Be i t enacted by thfi t^ a te and Himsmbrf Representdtivei in OinertU Jjsfitmilf convened i Sec! 1- Tbdt in all cases whex^ S rvators have been ajipoii^te^ of probate upon, the petitien of l^e lectmert o f any totvn over p e ^ n s who were inhabitantir of ^ h tdwh i t f o a ^ not at the time o f such appdintibent siding therein ; «uch appointment shalt be good and valid ilotwithstanding sush non-residence providrd that the raspeiid^ ent to such petition was l ^ U y notj^ifid to be present and was jdic^nt .a| h e a i^ ^ ' Tipbfi siicAr S.c. 2. Nothing her«incontiHun^aDw aiffect any snit now pending. Approved <JUne 9th r»55. ' ■ CHAPTBR x t t i l . • - i -f A d. Act in tddkioh to /* Air iug Crimefi aad ^unishaenat»»*’ > Be U enacted Ijy the ^ftaffir a a d jjlf^ i f Re I resentativss in General convened: very JJersdii who a i i ^ h ) ^ any liorae or team or Hse" any $prse ,qr team htred by o th e ^ aP<i ,^ a ll wflfiilly m a k e 'i i iy faillssee stateifileTjt' br Mii^jpj^ < e tita trP n 'r r la f lV tf td % e d f s ta h b e & n i p la c e o r m a n n e r o f u s in g o r d r i v i j ^ d ie s a n f e w i th h i te r i t tb d e f r a u d ’ f f i te 'dW e f th e re o f w a n y o th e r p u n ish e d b y a f in e ito i e x c e e d iM d oU a rs o r 'b y impi=is0ilraMtt^in tne^eoltt•' B9p j ) |ilU nQ t e * c e e d ia g r - th i r ty d a y * - i i f .by su c h fine a n d im p r i s o n m e n t , b ^ a i tb e d i^ c c e tiq n .0 ^ cgurt Ah Act conceniing E d il^ d o ^ l^ “ Blr i t ei**iett4bjf^1le s^Bn^ate and of Reprete>ttitivf»'' iu G e iu tA t AfiiifhMy cowevdff Tbtttithe rtpoefrwllieK.coii-initt^ i S; achaol 4isfatiq^f mal^q, on the tj^irtiell^ 4 a j . r fp tw a r ^e riftga ch year by .vMue^, ^ tidn** par^fed' May ht^^aftitfr be* rtade ton o t before fhte'flfp teeifth d»y of Sepjlember in eaell f t i l f r Approved Juae 9tli.l:658. ■ « \ 4*.:i -<v ‘ - . -H .a . r A f tA c t ia i b s l i t i o a t a .^ A n lA a t lbii> tM > fi«OQ»rafePIg md i4BjtlilMiBj^Fiahe»e«;* ?d ; iTp persqn wr 1 t&Ynji fish sftiiu'j(rd)^;6^ b! k'S'iiiffief si'Je initt ona fena M c h k ‘i4^£r0^in'*ltfeinRiM’‘ m t i lld lb rd Wstweae the-4t iMiiqpofJ trty 1 ^itboi July 1864 ;andievery^i«ai^A04C# fcQ,d|Dg aba|I W puidshed by exceedi^ s^yea dplWa io r eac^ a ^ l oie eryoffenee. ^ e p to ^ tte d by auch,jp(^ son.' ' , . . .• . ••• J A ^ p f e d June 9th 18o9. ‘ ‘ ‘ (sii^Airtk XXI. ^ A iT ^itt« eltera tio rt of an Act eiftftjW ^ An Actfoirthe Regulation'brWH Be it raaciedbythg Represrntaiivis in General As*emM^ convened: ^ 'm. I'*' ivc I. tVheneverfhegoodaot effiM^ of any person trho shall be made ant in any action at law or eouity are concealed in the handd of hia attorney agent factor Of trtistee «)• tjfat they cannot be fotfhd fp be at t^ B ed cfi* where (l» bts are due f» onl afiy petsoh td such defendaiit,the plaintiff’in such a e tM may insert in his v> t i t a direction W thei cffieertoleate^a txtiefad i t t e ^ * o p |^
|Title||Housatonic Republican, 1859-07-09|
|Subject||Falls Village (Conn.) -- Newspapers; Canaan (Conn.) -- Newspapers|
|Description||Frequency: Weekly; Publication dates: Vol. 1, no.1 (Jan. 10, 1857) -v. 17, no. 13 (Aug. 16, 1862); Notes: Contains numerous numbering inconsistencies; Published from the same office as the Independent (Falls Village, Conn.)|
|Collection||Newspapers of Connecticut|
|Source - Location||Connecticut State Library microfilm, AN104.F3 R47|
|Relation||Preceding title: Litchfield Republican (Litchfield, Conn. : 1847); Other relationship: Independent (Falls Village, Conn.)|
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R f t iu t ia ic a a
FALLS VILLAGE, COMM.'
vro% T li« rorLK^Vnftf^vWifici:
To clubs $1.00 per anaTtm.in AdTaace.,
In siagle wrapfera.’t l , ^ I<»# an«mn iWdvance.
Any peraoa forwarding a club ten subicribera
Will be entitled to a A-ee copj.
Tk» preieat Tolbmi 41 the Befkbficiri
lain eopjrighted i apera upon Agriculture, known
•• rn c BCSSK^LL FA^EBg }
^^^^l5c^i mu8ti>« woi-th frdmlOO to Iflfeo dollars, at
teast, to any (ariper in tlii# Nocfhern State8Mn,pro-
|»oi«io« t4«i»'iMre8t ia AgrttulmiV - • ^
A irencral uarie^,«f aclic'^s, iP Morals,
i t iligion, aaircali**,^ PoHtffea, N^ws,'igticulture,
ICecbanica. Hou«ek*epiag,Tfaie, C ^m e rc e , Hy-
Cien*. Medicine, &c. An I »n i ll branchM wiH
take as indepeudentHi position tis i t Is posbfble, or
• re n desirable a local JannaalJrtiould, I t is hope >
U a t the itth ab iu n t. of the 17th aonatorial 4i«M/t
(fcapscially, will feeUt their ip ty to igive It a ^ -
4ial support and that thoee in the wionat'^was
«nd n«tirhbarhoads who do sjready.taltt it, will use
Iheir influence to indace, fU least, two or thtee
«thers who do a o ^ to aend theif subscciptiapa.
A d v e rtisin tr.
f« tha Advertiwr, tlie Eepublican presents tbe
West medium for reachins the peopU of North
Western Connecticut and the a4joiaing parts x>f
l l 4«Hachnsett* and New Ybrk. Advertisements
will be lAsertei upon tkp feUowin)? terms :
One aqoare, or leas.
0 |ie ealamk
A4f«rtUaC BtU> U h t «eiMl«ered ^«y»ble in
G«orge W. P e e t,
itm ^ lE T OB €OD?ISil.ll& i f L&W, llfD
F A L L S r iL L J G E t € A N A A N , CO N N
Ottce next door to the Iron Bank. [5
A m m i M S H O P .
s . L . s o l m s o n : j g .
WaaTd inform the puWic th il he bai re-mered
from the rtore of Brewster, Kelley & Co., to
the store of A. H^rmtn, where h« will be happy to
.11 hia nM na.tn)ti«. and see all of hi» old patrans, a#id aaa«vf ww:hhoo jjisiiaayr have
d o c k s . W a tc h e s ,
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