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T O L U M f i 3 . F A L L S V I L L A G E , C O N N . , S A T U R D A Y J U L Y 3 0 , 1 8 5 9 . N U M B E R 3 1 . T H E HOUSATONIC REPUBMCAN, b p a b lu h e d #very SATgRDAY MOKNING, by c . B. MALTBI E , AT THC ^R l i J T IN G O F F I C E , rA L L S TILLAGE, CONM. t r oM T itB r o i . f c O v i i i a * k s x b : olaba $1.00 per aanam in adrance. ! • wnppera, $1,35 per annamin adm c e . WUl k n j pcnoti fonrArdiog a club of tea sabacriben M wttiUcd to a free copj* IT 1TU.L CONTAnr i ▲ faneral raHety of artic es relatlnf to Morals, ilifiod, Bdacation, Politics, Neira, Agricaltart, •cEaaiet. Hoasekeoping, Tra -e, commerce, Hy-fiaa*, tCtdiciM, JM. An i ia all braocbes will Uk« as iad»|raadeqt a posltioa as it is possible, c r • n a dcsititbit a lo&al Joaraal should, . It is hope PU B L IC ACTS . • PASSED MAt SESSION, J859. CHAPTUR LXV. An Act concerning Lands and Proceed ings in Equity. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened : Sec. I. Whenerer the boundaries of lands betw^een two or more adjoining proprietors shall have been lost, or by time, accident or any other cause, shall hare become obscure or uncertain, and the adjoining proprietors cannot agree to establish the same, one or more of 8ud acyoining proprietors may bring his petition in equity to the superior court iia l ini}(iort aniii that those in the variooa t wiis' p o rtio n o i th em a re S ituated, an d su^h a^giborhoods who doalrea^/ t*ke it, jriii pse. su p e r io r c o u rt, a s a c o u r t o f e q u ity , m ay », m i n e , t le „ t. W« or tW . SU<* l i t a u d u n c e rta in bounds to be eru c ted a n d es* tftb iish ed ; and fo r th a t p u rp o se , m ay ap* •Ciffn irM* do not. ta seitd their ■u^riptioBS. AdrertlsMtC* ■ T* th# idvirtiser, thft paper vreaents the %4<t-<a«rdlaA fin-Teachine the people of North p o in t a'PQmmittee o f not,;ii|ijore th a n : " d _ d is i» tw e s te d taierted-spoa Ae foliowint terms One seaare. •rleya, **« «« r 44- I month i “ Oae celamn « 12 $ t.OO 3 00 3.0$ £.00 lO.fO 20.00 30,00 60.C0 ilre r tis ia s BIUs Xo be eonsidered. pajai>le in adT«p«i. ■■'-r ................. - ■■ .................. - - * *G -eo rg « W . P « e t , iTtfURT IH9 rsmgLMR 4T (.AW, INB ' M a i l s , ‘ •: F J fB t pLLAGE, CHlVMA^,. CONN, i t OfBpe next deor to tW trtn 9*nk. [S ^ JEW?EIiRY SHOP. , S . L . S OLMS ON. W#vUl iaform the public th A ba has re fltored Ti<oia the Kt»r« of Brewster, Kelley & Go., to the 4tore of At where be wHl be happy to aee all ef his old patrons, and any whoiaaj- hawe ^Qllooks, W a t o h d s , o r to b | renairad. AU cW^dE will Ue.'warraB^d to (ire^atiafaction. . HERRE MONDRY. SIGHT, CQ^CM AND o r n am en ta l BMldin?, - falls Tillaje, Conn, o----- kinds and colors will be prepared by tli«.paaai in qoaatities to suit custpraera. D £ l f f T A L . . N O T I C E IA . ^ l»*llld Wi-lHSCt faH|Nt«BU:^b« a tte n tio n ef those requiring ariitiaal tj*»th, eith«r whole or parts of seU, to tUe II i.it-Tiurits, of haT^ rubber pl a t e over that of metal • r any kind..— jhird (jbe^pw than metal, and is much calcn ..'tefl tb res>«t the action of the tcidity of the stomach, ifefal plaU‘8, in the modths i^fthosf . anfferiiig froiu ni-healtli a re liable to t n r n dark, this diffi-cul »y is wholly obviated when rhbber is used. I t can be made to fit the month iBiore perfectly, wears longer, ' and is net liable to bi<eak. Many p«'>ple UUi'^r u!»<1er ’h«* impresalontlmt Wit A Ttt..r<i. ruober wouni bevnpl^iiant to be worn in the ®buth,bn acconn: of the taste, bat ft is t mistake, aa t'le vulcanizinc^ proeeas it is subjected to remoTes that entirely, be-sWet rendering it hard and firm in the month.—- Those deniring artificial teeth are inrited to crll and examine specimens of the new work. The ether styles of work are done as nsnal, and all in a finished, donble an<i workmanlike manner. - _19t f______ . ______ . ' ch30, raXOR, HOLCOMBE & CO., VBOtmi.C BBALBBS » F o T f th p i w d D o m e s t ic , D r n g s , Chsinicttls^ Perfumery, Patent Medicines, rAISTJ4, OUA, GLASS, DYE-STUFFS. iliiUL Btrtiif Piiid, Campbeie and Tor- Km, S15 FCIiTON ST., Kear Greeiiwich Street, N E W Y O R K . A.1S0, Dealers ia LIQUOUS and V7INES for Medical PariMMes. Iy31. jo aN 1.. s raiET, IKPOBTEK o r W i t e s . S e s a r s , & c .. &c*. H0.68 WATER STREET. NEW YORK J ohn L . St b ie t . V . B. Partienlar attertion paid to the orders o Dra?rl«ts and Town \gentn H y l D. W. Shares’ PeUtnt Horst Hoeitig Machines. Manaftotored by I f. B. sTCVENS. Norfolk, Cons. FOB SAI^E BY C . B . M A L T B I g , FALLS VILLAGE, OON!V. U SF ISSO KEHDSESE OIL. T Y doa-ieqqei^ce of heary additional expense in I corred by a ivittoati tn of kerosene lllontinating Oil, tu« TFDStaas of the (JO'qpany have been i om- Sailed ^ adv4 nce the price, n^akin^ it retail at 1,50 instead uf 11.25 as fonnerly. The >ari^cation hM very n» ich imijrovedit, rendering it ree from ail nnpleaiant odor-r-of avery beantifulstrawcolor c -p3rfectiy safe-^r^nd bavas a t a v«ry small ex MIUO* * ^ f i a l d by € . B. MILTBIE. freeholders of thb sUte^ who js lia il^ue due and reasonable notice to all pa'i^ties interested in said lands, to appear before t h e m a n d said cpmmittee shall take the oath nerelnafter provided, and shall as soon as may be, enquire into the fa|!ti, |ind .pit>tieed itoier^ot and establish such lost 'mdr uncerteln < bdunds, and when necewa'ry, may eraptdy^a surireyor to'«sisiet therein; and said commiltee shall, as soon as majr ' b^s, report -the fkcts and th « r d«ing*, ^ to; the superior courtt.pufsuant to , their "appointment; Iftfd ifsaid cbnrt shall And ^ said parties har^ becjh^^ly hoiifie4 a ^ heard, or bad an opportunity to be heard, they nuiy ^prQve and by decree «on£Lrin the doingsofsaid committee; and certified copies of said report and decree shall be recorded m the records of the town ed, and the bjounds ^ jG^ct^ and estab- Iwhed shall be the legal bounds between s^ d adjoining proprietors. Sfc. 2. The committee appointed lin-der this ket shall, "before entering on the dutifei of theii* appointment, take the following oath : “ You swear that you will faithfully enquire iaip,t;je facts that may be presented to you.'alidJimparUally asr certftltt 4«d «8tabli^h the boun^ submitted to you, and report the same to the coarU pursuant to your appointmeiit — So help you God ” . t wanty^seoond section an act coiicerping lands, being chapter seven, title twenty-nine, compilation IS' 54^ and'all other acts or parts 6f acts ik-consistent htrcwUh, i r e herejby repealed. . 5'rc. 4. Thfs act shall npt effect any suit now pendins, but such suit may be proceeded with in the same manner as if this act had not been passed. Approved June 24th, 1859. CHAPTKB LXVI. An Act concerning Education. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly conven-cd : . Sec. 1. That all meetings of school districts, which have b *en held in ,any of the school dis ricts of this state since the twenty-fifth tlay of Ma;y 1855, which were informal or illegal, by reason of the neglect of the school district committee to leave a duplicate of the warning calling any such school district meeting Ivith the clerk of such school district, or where the clerks of such school districts have not been sworn according to law; or where notice of th^ time, place or object of any such school district meeting shall have been given less than five days inclusive, previous to holding the sam«; or where the notice of the meeting shall not have been legally posted ; or where the officers of any school district shall have been chosen by nomination, instead of by ballot; shalll. notwithstanding such neglects or omissions, be and they are hereby declared to be valid and legal meetings, and all votes which have b ^ n passed at any such meeting, in other respects conformable to law. be and they are hereby validated and confirmed, and declared to be legal and valid. Sec. 2 v\ henever a school district at any meeting since the tw'cnty-filth day of May 1855, shall have laid a tax, and the objects of such proposed tax shall not have been stated in the notice of such meeting, or in the vote laying such tax, such neglect or omission shall not render such tax ill^ al, but the same is hereby declared to be legal and valid Sec 3. This act shall not effect any suit now pending, and shall take effect from its passage. Approved June 24th, 1859. CHAPTSR LXvn, An Act in a ldition to and in alteration of an Act entitled, “ An Act for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes,” Be it e’^acted by the Senate and Huusf-of Representatives in General Assembly convened : Sec 1. The treasurers of the several savings banks and saving and building associations established in this state shall annually, on the first day of July or within ten days thereafter, make out under oath and deliver to the comptroller of pujblic accounts a statement of the total ambunt of all deposits and stock in said institution, on that day; and said savings banks and saving and building associations shall, at the same time pay to the treasurer of the state, for the use of the state, a sum equal to one* fourth of one per cent., upon the total amount of deposits and stock in said savings banks, and said saving and building associations on that day, one-half to be paid on or before the fifteenth day of July, and one-half on or before the fifteenth day of January, annually hereafter. Sec. 2 All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed; and this act shall take effect on its passage. Approved, June 24th. 1859. XHAFTER LXVIII. An Act in alteration of “ An Act relating to Savings Banks aad Savings Societies ’’ Be if cMCted by the Senate and Hmse e f Mepresentatives ia General Assembly c-nvene/i : That each savings. =bMk or sayings societyjnay loan, on such per-sonj^ l security as the directors, trustees o f managers may approve, to an amount not exceeding one-half of the whole amount then on deposit in such bartk oi socirty, ^su^ecl to the provisiohs of sjieh causes, be. adjudged vpid,jbirt the “ An Act relating to Savin.rs Banks and |S»me are hereby ratified and confirmed; Savings:Societi&s ” ajfl?royed June 115th. jand all taxes which have been or shall 1858; prvitded, XhaA, not more than ten i be hereafter laid an;l imposed according per cent, of said deposits in any sayings j tp such assessment list jmay notwitlr-bank* shall be invested in, or lo?ined on i stinding be levied and collected; provi-the pledge of any bank stock' specified this act shall not affect any shit now pending ^Sec 2. This act shall take effect from ai)4 after the day of its passage. Approved June 24th 1859. ed them at a ll; and in all cases where said assessment list has been added to made out or altered before the boards of relief have equalized and adjusted the returns and assessments of their respective towns: and in ail cases in which the board of relief in any town have neglected to sign or certify their doings on the grand list of the town or have met for the transaction of business before the first Monday of January in any year or haye omitted to give notice of the time ^ n ^ la c e of their meetings according to la# ; and in all cases in which the town clerk of any town has not transmitted to comptroller of public accounts an abstract of the list of such town by the first day of March in any year and in which saM assessors or members of such board of relief have omitted to take the oath provided by law ; or when the assessors in any town have assessed any company or corporadon under ananie bf firm by whicu they are geherally ^ w n or recognized yet other than that by which they are known in law; such assessment lists shall not for any in said act. as is inconsistent with the proi^tmk of this,'is hereby repealed. Approved June 24th »185d. ’ CHAPTER ,LXIX, '.An Act relating to Insolvent Ifsutes. Be it enacted by th^ Senate arid House of Representatives in General Assembly cmhenei: ^ ' - • Sec. 1. That all assignments of for^ eign corporations or 'the trustees of foreign corporations heretofore mad^ the same being ratified by the corporators in a legaljneptiiig of ^id.corporators called for that purpose owning real and personal estate .situated iii this state under and in conformity to the act of the general assembly of this .state passed at the MajTsession 1853 entitled “ An Act for the relief of Insolvent Debtors and for the more rqual Distribution of their Ef-fectis among their Cr-r ditors,” and acts in addition and.alteration thereof be and the sdnie afe hereby ratified and confirmed. Sec. 2- That all orders made and proceedings had by any courts of probate under said assignments are hereby validated and confirmed- Sfc, 3. This act shall not affect any suit^ now pending. Sec 4. This act shall take effect from its passage Approved June 24th, 1859. CH.^PTER LXX, An Act to confirm the ^^oings of Town and School District Meetings in certain cases‘ Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly cnnve'ied : Sec. I. That whenever any town or society authorized to *lay taxes shall have laid any tax previous to the first day of January 1858 without any special notice that a tax would be laid in the warning of said meeting at which said tax was laid and such tax shall in part have been collected the said tax so laid shall be held to be and is hereby declared to be a good and valid tax to. all intents and purposes notwithstanding such omission to give said notice in the warning of said meeting. Sec. 2. This act shall not affect any suit now pending. Approved June 24th, 1859. CHAPTER LXXI. An Act to confirm the doings of A s s ^ sors. of Boai^s of Relief in certain cases. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Rppresentaiives in General Assembly convened. ' S^*c. 1 .1'hat in all eases where the assessors or board of relief in any towns have been elected at a meeting not legally warned for that purpose ; and in all CHses in which the assessors in any town have omitted to post polices or publii^h the same in accordance with the provisions of the third section of an act entitled “ An Act for the Assessment and Collection of Taxes;” and in all cases in which such assessors have advertised they would receive and have received the lists of taxable property required by law until the tenth day of November last instead of the twentieth of October as now required by law; and in all cases in which assessors have omitted to sign or return or make oath to an abstract of the assessment lists of their respective towns or to lodge the same in tne town clerk’s office in said towns by the fifteenth day of December in each year ; and in all cases in which the assessors have made their returns to the acting town clerk in any town who was not then by law entitled to hold that office; and in all cases where the selectmen of any town have returned to the town clerk a list of the names of persons whose state or town taxes have been by law abated and have neglected to subscribe their names thereto; and in all cases in which the assessors have not signed the assessment list or lists of their re.spsc tive tovvns collectively but have signed the same individually as for districts or societies in said towns or ha\e not si|n- CHAPTtflt Lxxn. Ap Act in addition to An Act co n f in ing Crimes and Punishments. Beit enacted by the Senate and Home of*Representatives in General Assembly cmvened : Every person who without special authoriry from the (xenerat Assembly of this State, shall make, sign or draw any promissory writing, order or due bill, payable in money, goods or other valuable things, to be used as a general currency or medium of trade, or shall sell, circulate or dispose of such promissory writing, order or due bill, with knowledge that the same has been, or is to be used as a general currency, medium of trade or in place of money or bank notes, shall be punished by fine not exceeding six hundred dollars n©r> les» than one hundred dollars at the discretion of the court having cognizance of the offence- Approved June 24th 1859. CHAPTHR LXXIII. An Act repealing An Act therein mentioned. Be it enacted by the Spnate' and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened : 'I'hat “ An Act in addition to An Act concerning crimes and punishments,” passed May session 1858. and approved June 17th 1858^be and the same is hereby repealed. Approved June 24th, 1859. CHAPTER LXXIV. An Act for the Protection of the Commerce and Navigation of the Harbor of New London. / Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: Sec. l. There shall be appointed by the Governor a harbor-master for the harbor of New London, who shall hold his office for three years from the time of his appointment,, and until another shall be appointed in his stead. Sfc. 2. The provisions of an act passed at the present session of the General Assembly, entitled, ‘-An Act for the protection of the Commerce and Navigation in the Harbor of New Haven,” be and hereby are extended and made applicable to the harbor of New London. Approved June 24th 1859. CHAPTRR LXXV. An Act in addition to “ An Act concerning the Domestic Relations.” Be it enacted by the Sen te and H use of Repr.-sentatives in General Assembly convened: ■ Sec. 1. That the several court* of probate may, for just and reasonable cause, order the sale of real estate of any married woman who is a minor and wiiose husband is of full age, upon the joint application in writing of such minor and her husband, he being of full age, and upon his giving security as hereinafter provided, for the proper disposition of the avails of such estate. Sec. 2. No order shall be made for the sale of real estate of such minor, until a satisfactory bond with surety shall have been given to the judge of probate and his successors in office, with condition to invest or dispose of the avails of the estate sold, in such manner as the court of probate may direct. Every order for the sale of such estate shall contain a tull statement of the directions of said court respecting the investment or disposition of said avails, and shall be entered at length upon the records of said court Se:. 3 All applications for the sale of the real estate of any married woman who is a minor and whose husband is of full age, shall be made to the probate court of the district within which such therepf, is situated. Sec.. 4- All deeds by any minor married woman and her husband, he being of full age, of any real estate ordered to be sold as herein provided, shall be as effectual to convey the title of such minor to said estate as if she had, previous to the execution of said deed, arrived at tile full age of twenty-one years. Sec. 5. All acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewith are hereby repealed- Approved, June 24th, 1869. CHAFER LXXVI. An Act in alteration of an Act entitled “ An Act relating to Banks.** Be it enacted by the Senate and House *f Represmtatives in General Assembly convened: Sec 1. That the fourth and fifth sections of “ An Act relatii^ to Banfa/’ passed May session. 1855, and approved June 30th. 18.55, au4 !! An Act in alter-a. tion of an Act entitled An Act relating to Ban’ks,’ ” passed May session, 1856 and approved July 2d 1856, be and the same aVe hereby repealed. See 2. Whenever the loans rfhd discounts of any such bank, or bankmg association, to parties«in this state, ^ a l l io the aggregate,, amount to the capital jsttuik of such bank or banking association. it shall be lawful for suchbank or banking association jto loan to parties out of this state, any excess or surplus means over and above the amount of its cap^al stock, and hot otherwi^ ; pro-v& ied Ttihvc^s, tba.t such excess or rarpftis means shall not be Idahed at a rate'bf interest greater than that established in the charter of such bank, or the law under which sueh banking association is established.“and that their charges for exchange, o^, coUections, shall not exceed the standard rates of charge in the cities of New York and Boston. S'cc. 1 T'»at the penalties provided in the seventh sectioii of the act to which this is an alteration and addition, ish'all apply to violations of this act. Sec. 4 Tbisr act shall not take effect until the first day of October heit. Approved, June 24th, 1859. CHAPTER LXXVII. An Act in addition to “ An Act for the Settlement of Estates, Testate, Intestate and Insolvent.’’ . Be it enacted by the Senate »nd Houss of Representatives in General Assembly convened: Every ^ill, the witnesses to which have been examined and sworn in the usual form before a judge of probate a notary public or a commissioner of the superior court, who had entered thf path of such witnesses on the'baick of such Will and atteked the same sball be considered andal^iidged to Save,been proved in as perfect a manner as if Said witnesses had be*-n sworn before; and such oatluhad been entered and attested by a justice of the peace; provided, that this act shall not affect any suit now pending. Approved, June 24th 1859. \ CHAPTER LXXVIII. An Act in addition to An Act for the Limitatfou of Civil Actions and Criminal Proceedings* Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened: That whenever any action has been or shall be prosecuted by any person in a representative character, or for the benefit of t ’drdpersonsrand judgment is or has been given for the plaintiff and the same shall be or has been reversed by error on the groimd of a mistake in the form of the action, or in the proper parties thereto, and while said suit is pending the time for bringing a new action sh ^ l have expired, under and in pursuance of the act to which this b an addition, the parties for whose special benefit said action was brought, may commence a new action in their individual capacities, at any time within one year after the reversal of such judgment Approved June 24th 1859. CHAPTER LXXIX. An Act in addition to an Act entitled “ An Act to establish the State Reform School” Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assemb'y C nvened: Sec. 1. Any parent may indenture his bo}' or any guardian may indenture his male ward to the state reform school, for such length of time as may be agreed upon by snch parent or guardian and the trustees of said state reform school, on condition that such parent or guardian shall pay the expense of his bo. or ward so indentured as aforesaid while at said state reform school as is hereinafter provided. Sf’c. 2. The trustees of the state reform school shall fix and determine the sum J;o be paid per week by each parent or guardian who may indenture bis boy or male ward to said school, as is pro vided in the first section of this a c t; which sum shall cover the entire weekly expense for such boy or male ward while at said school; and said sum, so to be fixed as aforesaid, shall be uniform in all cases arising under this act. Sec. 3 The expense of such boyi or male wards, as may be indentured to . .J . , . ^ I said state reform school, under section mnor resides, ,f she resides m this Male;, of this act, shall be paid by the pa-but if »be IS not a resident of this State, I guardian so indenturinst them, then such application shall be made to quarterly in advance at the rate fixed the probate court of the district within and determined by the trustees as afore-which the estate to be sold, or some p a r t' Sec 4. In case of failure of tieglecf of any parent or gtiardfah in case^arii-ing under this act, to pay the efptnse of stich boy or male Ward as lliay be itiden* tured by them quarterly in advance thea and in every such case the •uperintMP^ dent of said state reform school is here< by authotised to commence an action 0|1 this statute for the recovery 6rom sucll parent or guardian of the sUni dtie .and payable for the expense of such or male ward as is hereinafter provided- See. 0. Every boy indentur^ as afore* said shall be entitled to thse same supervision, medical treatment support and education and subject to the saaMi regulations, employment and restraint a t all other inmates of said school; Approved June 24lh 1859. CHAPTER LXXX.,_ An Act in alteration of Act relatln|jf * to v^alaries and Be it enacts by the Sejit^ and Hout6 hf Rer>reseniatrt(es[ttt Otkerdt A^sembij eohvekedi — V L* S.-c. '1. T h a t« cotitinmince fee of twea* ty-tiv» ceint^ >ah«l-b« charged in cause in favor of the state in actions pending in or which, shall hereafter be brought, to th^^ supeiioi; eourt, upo9 eacli cdnjtinuainpe of said cause. ^Vfc. 2 'Section third of the act passed May session 1855 entitled “ An Act itt alteration of ah act relailng to Salaries aiid Pees,’* Be, and tfteisaihe is hereby re* pealed. ^ sr * Appro^red Jiine 24th, 1859.^ ^ **——w , '*■ ■ :• <CHAmR UCX». An .Apt in sedition to and alteration V “ An Act providing tor th^ S,upport of Paupers.^* Be it ^acted by the Senate and House ■of Repreventdtioes in General AHiemtily Sec. 1. AH eollectoM of statfe imd taxi's withhi eighteen months after any such tax shall have beeomfr due andpa^^' able, shall mnke.a c e rtifi^ e , 4ila&d^ m a ^ of:,pa]Mneat acconting toUw has b^en made for such taxes, bjF said^^laor tor or colleptors, pf fhe^perspn^, njkmed in such certificate the tigae , when such demand was made ^ d that payment has been peglected or refused and that he is unable to collect the same and thaeft the same remain^ unpaid; and shall maker oath to the same . and shall deliver such certificate to the selectmen of the town in which said taxes were laid Sec. 2, The selectmen of the several towns shall have power to abate Uie tax* es of all persons ^lamed ia'lucb cartifi-oat^ and within tw ^ y d a y s - thereaf^r shall lodge,^he certificate of the collet^ . tor or collectors iQPed _iii the pre- .cedipg sectwp and a li^t of name? of the persons^ whose ^taxes nave been them so.abated signed !>y said selectmen trhich cerCificite and list ishall be records ed by said town clerk and remam on 6fb in his ofiice; and a copy'of sue6 ceptifl' cate and list attested b y - ^ ‘ town clerk shall be evidence in any court that said ta ^ |.h av e been demanded in the manner mentioned in said certi^ate- and that the saine, have not been paid. Sec. 3. y the collector of any tax shall neglect to mike the eertifi[cate and the selectmen of any town sha.T neglect to* make said list and cainse ^aid certificate and list recorded as » aadnticfned* iirth e t^o preceding sections then the town in which said taxes are -'aid shall be forever precluded from claiming a n d . showing that said taxea have not teen paid but it shall be taken as, co^Mively proved that said taxes have .been p a i i Provi^ dedf however, that in all case* where the selectmen of any town in thi» state have heretofore returned to the town clerk a fist of t ^ name» of persons whose state or town taxes have been by thenvabated and have neglected to subscribe their names thereto the same shall not by rt-a« son of such neglect be thereby invalida-^ ted and may te proved by any other proper evidence. Sec. 4. Any collector of taxes knowing ly and designedly making a false certificate and any selectman of any town knowingly and designedly making t falso list of persons whose taxes shaD be abated under this act shall pay a fine not exceeding two hundred dollars; said offence to te a crime and to t e prose-' cuted and proceeded with like other criminal oSences. Sec. 5. The fifth section of the act to which this is an addition and a 1 acts and parts of acts inconsistent herewi h« are hereby repealed. Approved, June 24th. 1859. The Best Yet.— When 0- S. Fowler —‘SO the story runs-first conanenced the examination of bumps, sonje of the students in the New York Univeraify were disposedto quiz him- A peculiar shaped squash was found in the college yard, and a plaster cast taken of one end of it quite closely resembling the cast of a human skull. This was taken toFow-ler^ s rooms and he was given to understand that the original was closely connected with a literary institution The phrenologist took the cast in his band aiKi examined it with some care wten a bright thought struck him. Tou need not think, young men, to catch me?*’ said he to the students; “ do you think I don-1 know the head of H>race Gree- Ll^ey,V i Why is love like a canal boat? Be- .eaupe it is an internal transport. ______ 11,^ llsrrEMTIONAL DUPE
|Title||Housatonic Republican, 1859-07-30|
|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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T O L U M f i 3 . F A L L S V I L L A G E , C O N N . , S A T U R D A Y J U L Y 3 0 , 1 8 5 9 . N U M B E R 3 1 .
T H E
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M wttiUcd to a free copj*
IT 1TU.L CONTAnr
▲ faneral raHety of artic es relatlnf to Morals,
ilifiod, Bdacation, Politics, Neira, Agricaltart,
•cEaaiet. Hoasekeoping, Tra -e, commerce, Hy-fiaa*,
tCtdiciM, JM. An i ia all braocbes will
Uk« as iad»|raadeqt a posltioa as it is possible, c r
• n a dcsititbit a lo&al Joaraal should, . It is hope
PU B L IC ACTS .
• PASSED MAt SESSION, J859.
An Act concerning Lands and Proceed
ings in Equity.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of
Representatives in General Assembly
Sec. I. Whenerer the boundaries of
lands betw^een two or more adjoining
proprietors shall have been lost, or by
time, accident or any other cause, shall
hare become obscure or uncertain, and
the adjoining proprietors cannot agree
to establish the same, one or more of
8ud acyoining proprietors may bring his
petition in equity to the superior court
iia l ini}(iort aniii that those in the variooa t wiis' p o rtio n o i th em a re S ituated, an d su^h
a^giborhoods who doalrea^/ t*ke it, jriii pse. su p e r io r c o u rt, a s a c o u r t o f e q u ity , m ay
», m i n e , t le „ t. W« or tW . SU<* l i t a u d
u n c e rta in bounds to be eru c ted a n d es*
tftb iish ed ; and fo r th a t p u rp o se , m ay ap*
•Ciffn irM* do not. ta seitd their ■u^riptioBS.
■ T* th# idvirtiser, thft paper vreaents the
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