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Subsription, must intaiiably, be pail In AJtaro
f, 53" Book Work, and Plain and Fancy Job YV'cri
LIBERTY AND UNION, ONE AND INSEPARABLE' NOW AND FOREVER."
the best 6ty!e. and on short notice. - - '
BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, SEP. 12, 1867.
; H.U MATHEWS,
!PHYSICIAN. & SURGEON,
ciTY DRUG STORE,
I BHOffNTILLE, SEBgiSSl.
jt V. HAHLET, M D,
j oflrcat Residence ofS. P. Tudle,
i goBljj corner of 6th and Slam &ts
! tooWXXVIIIooTo. ly
I I. II II II
PEXS10X EX13HNING SURGEON,
1 Tenderstifi professional service to the citizens of
! nrriCE AT CITY DRUG STORE
r-ry, nt at his Kepiderjce eouth Bide of Atlan-
between let and 2nd streets
A.S. HOLLADAY, M. D.
Graduated in XS51,
located in llrovnvillc in 1S55
O B T ETE I O I lIST
Pr. H. hen hanl complete t-of amputat
ing Trej'hining and Obstetrical inetruments.
CI3cc: Holladar & Co's Drug Store
Two Doors East of Post Office.
P.S. . Special attention given to Obstetrics and
tbedisewes of women acd children. x-44-ljr
j C. F. STEWRT. M. D.
i Soatb East corner of 'lain and Firft Streets
! DRO irXVILIX, CnUASIiA.
CmcK IIorRS 7 to 9 a. M.and 1 to 2 and 6 to
Brewnville.yelrafka.May 5tt, 18(55 No 34,1 jr.
i CHARLES G. D0RSEY
jATTORUEY AT LAW
! Xtzt Door to Carson's Bank.
j MAIN STREET
Urownvillo 3"ol3X asIja
I T.F.Tiftcn O.U.IIewctt J:S. Church
j TIPTOM, KEWETX& CHURCH
Clttontcns dt atu,
I BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA.
Harch 1st, 'C6. lj.
EDWARD W. THOMAS,
I ATTORNEY AT LAW,
Offlce corner of Main and First Streets.
C. E. NYE,
litorit i at Cflur,
j War claim agent,
P-HTXE CITY, XECIIASKA.
D. O. CROSS.
sTEVENSON L CROSS Proprietors,
On Levee St.,be4weerl Uain & Atlantic,
1 Usi : Co.n''t to the Steam Boat
1 lo1M" Prt of Town. The best
j W in making pucsU comfortable.
! tVtt bTTodSlaWe and Corral convenient
j AMERICAN HOUSEr
coa Feed and LlTcry StaUIc
J In toancstion with th IIohso.
1 L D. ROBINSOfl. PKOPKIETOK.
i rrtt Street, between Main and Water,
j CKOTTKVILL, NEBRASKA.
SHiV. lose iai i
2 OF ILtiKTVTtS.
PA!BUKS, GR-ESLEAF & CO.
235 Lake Street, Chicapo.
?r,9 Mnrknt Street. St. Loais.
K Ir CAtmt T0 rr;T OLY TCE CENriNE.iEJ
1 a a
GEO TT IK)RET. LUTHER EOADLET. CHAS.G.DORSKT
DOr.SEY, HOADLEY & CO.,
REAL ESTATE AGENTS,
and Dealers in Land warrants, and
Agricultural College Scrip.
Office, xn Land Office Buildings . .
rny and sell improved and unimproved Lands,
Buy Sell, and locate Land Warrants, and agri
cultural college Scrip.
. Hake careful selections of government Land.
lor location, llomesteadi, and pre-emptions.
Attend to contested Homestead and pre-emption
ca?cs,ln the Land ofUce.
Letters cf inquiry, promptly and cheerfully an
S-ST Correspondence SolicUedwj3i25t
OPPOSITE DEUSER'S TIN-SHOP,
WAGONS, BUGQIE3. P0"WS.CTJTI
VIT OKS, &c. , Repaired on 6aort notice, at low rates,
nd w arranted to give satisfaction. x-13-fn nn
IT Ml S
Vain Between 1ft k 2d Street
Takes thia method cf informing the tiublic that
he has on hand a rplnndid assrtnont of Gent's and
Ladie's Hisses' and Childrens's
BOOTS AND SHOES.
f3"Cnston work done with neatness and dispatcnJ
Jlepairing done on short notice. 10-30 funn
TUL SL 't ,
Main St 2 doors below Brccwnville House,
EOWKVILLE N . T.
lias on hand a superior stock of Boots and Sbces
and the beet material and ability for doing
Repairing done icithncatness and dispatch
rC31y Terms Ortsla. fn.nn
GATES & BODSFIELD,
r n, u f rr tt a in its ci
B te a il ftiA I i!i
WTl take contracts for Bricklaying, Piaterin,
building Cistern?, and do any thing in their line
in the most satisfactory and workmanlike manner.
Aug. 30,1865. xW-iy
Graincr, Gilder, Glazier,
PAPER n A N G E R
White Washing and Kalcemining done.
All work done in a workmanlike manner on the
TERMS CAS II I
SllOPoa Main street over Mongan's Plow Fac-
1 T .1.
1 i 1 J
MAIN STREET, BROWNVILLE, NEBRASKA
3 "S-T C3r
Aujr. 23d 6G
5 33 W 3 Xj 3r?L 2 2
Has iast received and will constantly keep on
hand a large and well selected stoca ci genuine ar
ic'.ei in is line. - -
One Door west of Grant's Store, Broucn-
Of Clocks; "Watches and Jewelry done on Ibe'short
Brornvlllc, Keb.. March 15th, 1S65. 10.25-ly
05 J T: ; !,-
Theundersignedkeep on hand alarge assortment
For Men and Boy's wear. Also, a large stock of
HATS ANT) CAPS
BOOTS AND SHOES
Eub&cr Cots, Legglns &Blancls,
Tnilts and "tr-ll3oe3,
UMBRELLAS AND CARPET BAGS,
Gent's Fnrnisliing Goods,
Of all kinds which we will sell
CHEAP FOR CASH.
We purchased our goods since the dfc
dine in the Markets and will sell at lov
figures. ATKINSON & CO.
April 13th, 1865, fl-30-ly
HEW HILLS. '
The Lafayette Dills
situated four miles above
On The Little Nemaha River,
Highest Cash Price Paid For All
kinds of Grain. Bread Stuffs of all kinds con
stantly on hands for sale or in ezchange fr grain.
SANDERS & HAWXBY.
NOTICE TO FARMERS-
The undersigned having rented
Takes this method oJ informing the pub
lic that he intends doing
for tho accommodation of farmers and others the
coming season . The mill is now in operation and
who have wheat to grind are respectfully invited
to give mo a trial, as I am confident of giving gen
The highest cash price given for wheat.
26if. F. W. MORRIS.
Beh. Rogebs. E. W. FUhkas.
BEIT. ROGERS, & CO.,
Livery, Feedand Sale Stable,
Dealers in all kinds of Stock norses Bought.Sold
and Exchanged. Stock boarded by the day or
The Proprietors have recently erected an entire
new, large and commodous Stable on Main Street
near the old Brownville House. 1 neir &tocfc is an
fresh and Vehicles new. The public -can be accom
modated at all hours , day or night.
A Stock corrall with an abundant supply of
pure water atached to the Stable. 41-ly
, EVAN WORTHING, "
23 X O O 30"
South side Mainbet. 1st and 21
" Wholesale & Retail Dealer In
rid Scotch Ales, Lon
don Porter, Doub
lin Stout, Cigrs
Henry P. Slierbnrae,
Musical Insfmineiits,Musical Merchandise
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. '
No.35 Market Street, between. Main and. Second,
Ett clUshed in IS49 ST. XiOXJIS
IIELMDOLD'S FLUID EXTRACT. BUCHU
vleasant in taste and odor, free from all injuriou
- . i , a:.. :4 ..Umi
SHATTERED C0NSTITCTI0NS RESTORED
by-Uclmboli'i Extraot Bueha..
Let Mc Kiss Her.
Let me kiss her for her mother
The bewitching Polly Ann
Let mo kiss her for her mother,
Or any other man. . - - -
Let me kis her for somebody,
Anybody in tho world,
With hor bair so sweetly auburn,
And so gloriously curled.
Let me kiss her for hor"fellerV
And I do not oare a red
If he taps me on the smeller .
With his "billy" made of lead.
Let me kiss her for her daddy
The pretty pouting elf, .
Or, if that don't suit the family,
Lot me kiss her for herself.
An Act for the RcTlslon of the
Be it enacted by tht Legislature of the
State of Jfebraska ;
Sectio.i 1. Each organized county
shall be divided by the County Superin
tendent into as many school districts as
may from lime to time be found necessa
ry ; Provided, that the Superintendent
shall hare power to change or modify
the lines or boundaries of any school dis.
trici at any time. .
Sec. 2. Every duly organized school
district ehall be a body corporate and pos
sess all the usual powers of a corporation
for public purposes by the name and style
of "school district number of
county ;" and in that name may sue and
be sued, purchase, hold and sell such
personal and real estate as the law al
lows. Sec. 3. Whenever the'County Super
intendent of any county shall form a new
district therein, it shall be the duty of
the said Superintendent to deliver to a
taxable inhabitant of such district a no
tice in writing of the formation of such
district, describing its boundaries and
specifying the time and place of holding
the first meeting ; which notice with the
fact of such delivery, shall be entered up
on the record by the Superintendent.
Sec. 4. The said nonce shall also di
rect such inhabitant to notify every qual
ified voter of such district, either person
ally or by leaving a written notice at his
or her place of residence, of the time and
place of holding said meeting at least five
days before the time appointed therefor;
and it shall be the duty of such inhabi-
uant to notify the qualified voters of said
Sec. 5. The said inhabitant, when
he shall have notified the qualified voters
as required in such notice, shall endorse
thereon a return snowing sucn nonnca
tion with the date or dates thereof, and
deliver such notice and return to the
chairman of the meeting.
Sec. 6r The said chairman shall de
liver such notice and return to the direc
tor chosen at such meeting as hereinafter
provided, who shall record the same at
length in a book to be provided by him
at the expense of the district, as a part of
the records of such district.
Sec. 7. Each and every sub-district
now existing under provision of law shall
be deemed to constitute a district, and
shall be controlled and governed as here
' Sec. 8. The qualified voters of every
new district, when assembled pursuant
to the above mentioned notice, and all
existing districts, at their annual mee
tings, in the year one thousand and eight
hundred and sixty-seven, shall elect,
from ihe qualified voters of such district,
a moderator of three years, a director
for two years, and a treasurer for one
year; and, at tae expiration or tneir
respective terms cf office and regularly
thereafter, their several successors shall
be elected for the term of three years
each : and within ten days after their
election these several officers shall file
with the director a written acceptance of
the offices to which they shall hare been
respectively elected, which shall be re
corded by said director.
Sec. 9-. Every such school district
shall be deemed duly organized when
any. two of the officers elected at the first
meeting shall naveniea tneir acceptances
Sec. 10. In case the inhabitants of
any district shall fail to organize the
same in pursuance of such notice as
aforesaid, the said Uounty Superintendent
shall give a notice in the manner here
inbefore provided ; and the same pro
ceedings shall be had thereon as if no
previous notice had been delivered.
Sec. 11. The record made by the di
rector as required by the sixth section of
this act shall be prima facie evidence of
the facts therein set forth, and of the le
gality of all proceedings in the organi
zation of the district prior to the first
district meeting ; but nothing in this sec
tion contained shall be so construed as
to impair the effect of ihe record kept
by the County Superintendent of evi
"Sec 12. Every district shall in all ca
ses be presumed to have been legally or
ganized, when it shall have exercised
the franchises and privileges cf a district
for the term of one year.
Sec. 13. In all cases where the Coun
ty Superintendent of any county shall
form a school district therein and when
no election for school district officers
shall be held, and hen.any school dis
trict shall refuse cr neglect to elect at
ihe proper lime the necessary school dis
trict officers, it shall" be the duty of the
County Superintendent of the : county in
which such district is situated, to appoint
the officers of such district from among
the persona residing in such district of
the age of twenty-one years and upward,
who are taxpayers therein ; which of
ficers thu3 appointed shall severally file
with the director a written acceptance of
the officers to which they shall have been
appointed, which shall be recorded by
Sec. 14. Every such school district
shall be deemed duly organized when
ever any two of the officers thus appoint
ed shall have filed their acceptance as
aforesaid ; and such school district and
its - officers shall be entitled to all the
rights, privileges and immunities and be
subject to all the duties and liabilities
conferred upon school districts by law.
Sec. 15. The annual meeting of each
school district shall be held on the first
Monday in October each year; and the
school year shall commence on that day.
Sec. 16. Special meetings may be
called by the district board or any one of
them, an the written request of any five
legal voters of the district, by giving the
notice required in the next succeeding
section; and in all notices of special
meetings the subject of the meeting shall
Sec. 17. All notices of annual or spe
cial meetings, after the first meeting has
been held as aforesaid, shall spetify the
day and hour and place of meeting, and
shall be given at least fifteen days pre
vious to such meeting, by posting up cop
ies thereof in ihree of the most public
places, or by publication in a newspaper
published in the district; and in case of
any special meeting called for the pur
pose of establishing or changing the site
of a school house, such notice shall be
given at least fifteen days previous there
Sec. IS. No district meeting shall be
deemed illegal for want of due notice,
unless it shall appear that the omission
to give such notice was wilful and fraud
ulent; Provided, that for all meetings to
provide for the location or removal of a
site for a school house, the notice required
in the last preceeding section shall in all
nase3 be given.
Sec. 19. Every inhabitant of the
ae of twenty-one years residing in the
district and liable to pay a school district
tax therein shall be entitled to vote at
any district meeting.
Sec. 20. If any person offering to
vote at a school district meeting shall be
challenged as unqualified by any legal
voter in such district, the chairman pre
siding at such rr.eeiin shall declare to
the person challenged the qualifications
of a voter ; and if such person shall state
that he, or she, is qualified and the chal
lenge shall not be withdrawn, the said
chairman shall administer to him or hsr
an oath in substance as follows : You do
solemnly swear and affirm that you are
twenty-one year3 of age, th?t you are an
actual resident of this school district and
liable to pay a school district tax therein,
so help you God. And every person ta
king such oath shall be permitted to vote
on all questions proposed at such meeting.
Sec. 21. .If any person so challenged
shall refuse to take such oath, his, or her
vote shall be rejected, and any person
who shall wilfully take a false oath or
make a false affirmation, under the pro
visions of-the preceding section shall be
deemed cullty of perjury.
Sec. 22. V hen any question is taken
in any other manner than by ballot, a
challenge immediately 'after ihe vote
has been taken and previous to the an
nouncement of the vote by the chair, shall
be deemed to be made when offering to
vote and treated in the same manner.
Sec. 23. The qualified voters in such
school district when lawfully assembled
shall have power to adjourn from time to
time as may be necessary; to designate
a site for a school house by a vote of two
thirds of tho?e present and to change
the same by a similar vote at any regular
Sec. 24. 'When no site can be estab
lished by such inhabitants as aforesaid,
the county superientendent of the coun
ty in which the district is situated, shall
determine where such site shall be ; and
his determination shall be certified to
the director of the district and shall be
final, except that such decision may be
changed by the county superintendent on
a written request of a majority of the
qualified veters of the district.
Sec. 2o. The said qualihed voters
shall also Lave power at any such meet
ing to direct the purchasing or leasing of
any appropriate site and the building,
hiring or purchasing of a school house,
and the amount of fuel to be furnished,
and the time of furnishing it for the suc
ceeding year, whether to be delivered at
ihe school house, lo be assessed by a lax
on the property of the district and to im
pose such tax as may be sufficient for the
Sec. 26. Any school district shall
have power and authority.to borrow mon
ey to pay for sites for schoci houses and
to erect buildings thereon and to furnish
the same by a vote of two-thirds of the
qualified voters of said district present at
any annual meeting or special meeting.
Provided : That a special meeting for
such purpose shall be upon a notice giv
en by the director of such district at least
twenty days prior to the day cf such
meeting, and that ihe whole debt of any
such district at any one time for money
ihus . borrowed shall not exceed five
thousand dollars. ...
. Sec. 27. The qualified voters, when
assembled at any annual or regular mee
ting, may from time to time impose such
tax as may be necessary to pay teachers,
to keep their school house in repair and
10 prcvids the necessary appendages acd
to pay and discharge any debts or liabil
ities of the district lawfully incurred ;
may raise a sum not exceeding forty dol
lars in any one year for the purchase of
books of reference, globes, maps or any
apparatus for the purpose of illustrating
the principles of astronomy, natural phy
losophy, natural history and agricultural
chemistry cr the'mechanic arts.
Sec. 2S. They may also determine
at each annual meeting the length of
time a school shall be ta jght in their
district during the ensuing year ; which
shall not be les3 than three months in
the district which have less than seventy
five pupils, nor less than fix months in
the districts which have between seventy
five and two hundred pupils, nor less than
nine months in the districts where there
are more than two hundred pupils, and
whether by male or female teachers," or
both; and whether the; money appor
tioned for the support of the school
therein shall be applied to the winter cr
summer term, or a certain portion to
Sec. 29. In case any of the matters
in the preceding section mentioned are
not determined at tbe annual meeting, the
district board shall have power and it
shall be their duty to determine the same.
Sec. 30. Said qualified voters may
also at any regular meeting authorize
and direct the sale of any school house,
site, building or other property belong
ing to the district, when the same shall
no longer be needed for the use of the
Sec. 31. They may also give such
directions and make su;h provisions as
they shall deem necessary in relation to
the prosecution or'defense of, any pro
ceeding in which ihe district may be a
party or interested.
Sec. 32. The moderator shall have
power and it shall be his duty to preside
at all meetings of the district to coun
tersign all orders upon the treasurer for
moneys to be disbursed by the district
and all warrants of the Director upon
the county treasurer for money? raised
for district purposes, or apportioned to
the district by the county clerk. . But if
the Moderator shall be absent from any
district" meeting, the qualified voters
present ' may elect a suitable person to
preside at the meeting.
Sec. 33. If at any district meeting
any person shall conduct himself, or her
self, in a disorderly manner, and, after
notice from the moderator or person pre
siding, shall presist therein, the moder
ator, or person presiding, ma order him
or her lo withdraw from the meeting,
and on his or her refusal, may order any
constable or other person or persons to
take hun or her into custody until the
meeting shall be adjourned.
Sea. 34. Any person who shall re
fuse to withdraw from such meeting on
being so ordered as provided in the pre
ceediDg section, or who shall wilfully dis
turb such meeting, shall, for every such
offense, forfeit a sura not exceeding twen
ty dollars, to be collected in the same
manner as other penalties ia the manner
provided by law, and shall be paid inlo
the school fund of the district.
Sec. 35, The treasurer shall pay
over all moneys in his-hands belonging
to the district on the warrant of the di
rector, countersigned by the moderator;
and shall collect all rate bills for tuition
and fuel, in obedience to the commands
contained in the warrants annexed there
to. It shall also be the duty of ihe treas
urer to appear for and on behalf of the
district, in all suits brought by or against
the same, whenever no other directions
shall be given by the qualified voters in
the district meeting, except in suits
in which he is interested adversely to the
district, and in all such casas the director
shall appear for such district, if no other
directions shall be given.
Sec. 36. The moderator and direc
tor shall require of the treasurer, and the
treasurer shall execute to the district, a
bond in double the amount of money to
com9 into hi3 hands as such treasurer
during the year, as near as ihe same
can be ascertained, with two sufficient
surities lo be approved by the moderator
and director, conditioned for their faith
ful application , of all moneys that shall j
come into his hands by virtue cf his of
Sec. 37. Ths director shall be clerk
of the district board, and of all district
meetings when present; but if he shall
not be present the qualified voters pres
ent may appoint a clerk of such meeting,
who shall certify the proceedings thereof
to ihe direntor to be recorded by him.
,Sec. 33. . Th3 director shall record
all proceedings cf the district in a boGk
to be kept for lhat purpose, and preserve
copias of all reports made loihe County
Superintendent, and safely preserve and
keep all books and papers belonging to
hi3 office. '
Sgc. 39. The director, with the ad
vice and consent cf the. moderator and
treasurer, or one of ihera, or under their
direction if hs shall not concur, shall
contract with snd hire qualified teachers
for and in the name of the district, which
contract shall .be in wriiing, and shall
have the consent of the moderator
and treasurer or one of them endorsed
thereon, and shall specify the wages per
week or month as agreed by the parties,
and a duplicate ihereof shall be filed in
his office: Provided, thai if the director
shall refuse to make and sicrn such ?on.
tract, when directed so to do bv the mod-
erator and treasurer, then it may be
made and signed by the moderator and
Sec. 41. Within ten days next pre
viou3 to the annual district meeting th3
director shall rake the census of his dis
trict find make n list in wiiting cf tha
names cf all the children belonging
thereto between the ages of five and
twenty-one years. In case cf the ab
sence or inability of the director, such
sensus shall be taken by the mcder
atcr or treasurer, or such person a3 th:y
may appoint; and a copy cf such lii,
verified by the cath cf the person taking
such tensfls by affidavit appended to - cr
endorsed thereon, setting forth that it 13
a correct list of the names cf all the
children belonging to the district between
the ages of five and twenty-one years,
shall be returned with iha annual report
to the county superintendent.
Sec. 42. He shall furnish a copy cf
such list to each teacher employed in the
district, and require such teacher to car
fully note the daily attendance cf each
scholar, and to make returns" thereof tc
him, including the age? cf all schohrj
whose names are not on such liat.
Sec. 43. Every teacher shall make
a monthly return to the director cf tha
district cf the number cf pupih attending
his or her school, ihe names and age3 of
each, the days attended, the studies pur
sued, and the proficiency cf each pupil
in his or her studies.
Sec. 41. The directors shall, with
the concurrence of moderator and treasur
er, or either of them, provide the neces
sary appendages for the school house, and
keep the same in good condition and re
pair during the time school shall bo
laught in said school hense. and shall
keep an accurate account of all expenses
incurred by him a3 director; such ac
count shall be audited by the moderator
and treasurer, and cn their written or
der shall be paid out cf any money pro
vided by the district for such purposes.
Sec. 45. He shall present at each an
nual meeting an estimate of the expense
necessary to be incurred during the en
suing vyear for such purposes, acd fcr
payment of the service cf any district of
ficer ; and such amount, when voted by
such annual meeting, shall be assessed
and collected in the same manner a3 oth
er district taxes; but no taxe3 fcr thesa
purposes shall be voted at a special mee
ting, unless a notice of the same shall bo
expressed in ihe notice of such meeting.
Sec. 46. He shall giveth2 prescribed
notice of the annual district meeting and
of all such special meetings as he shall
be required to give notice of in accor
dance with the provisions of this act, one
copy of which for each meeting shall lo
posted on the cuter door cf the schoci
house if there be enj
Sec. 47. He thall draw and sign all
orders upon ihe treasurer for all moneys
to be di.-bursed by the district and all
warrants upoa the county treasurer for
moneys raised for district purposes or
apportioned to the district by the county
clerk. ..and present the same jo ihe mod
erator to" countersigned by him.
Sec. 4S. The director shall r.I.?o at
the end of each, school year and wiuiia
three days after the first Monday in
September, deliver to the County Super
intendent to be filed in his office a re vott
showing ; ' .
First, The whole number cf children
belonging to the district between the ae-
of five and twenty-cne years, according to
the census taken as aforesaid.
Second, The number attending school
during the year under five, and &I30 the
number over twenty-one years of age.
Third, The whole number . that Lava
attended school during the year.
Jtourth, The length cf time the schawl
has been taught during the year by a
nualified teacher, the rams of enrh
teacher, the length of time kect bv each.
and the wage3 paid to each.
Fifth, The average Ienzrth of timq
scholars between five and twenty-cne
years cf age have attended schoci durin
the year. . ' " ..... 3
Sixth, The amounl of money received
from the county treasurer apportioned to
the district by the county clerk.
Seventh, The amount cf monev rail
by ihe district and the purpose for which
it wa3 raised.
Eighth, The kind cf books'uied in tho
Ninth, Such other facts and statistic
in regard to schools and the subject of
education as the superintendent shall
Sac- 49. The moderator, director and
treasurer shall constitute tha district
Sec. 50. Said board shall, bpt-xpfn
the first Monday in June -anil the third
Monday in Juns in each vear.-maka cat
and deliver to the county clerk cf each
county in which any part of the district
is situated, a report, in writing undi'r
their hands, of all taxes voted by th.-j dis
trict during the'preceedinz year, and cf
nil taxes which said board is authorized
to impose lobe levied ca the .taxable
property of ihe district and to b;' collect
ed by the connty treasurer at the saraa
time, and in the same manner a3 State
and' County taxes are collected; end
when collected "to be paid over: to ths
treasurer cf the proper , distri:t cn iha
crder of ihe director countersigned by
the moderator'of said district. -
Sec. 51. The distriit board ehall have
the general care of the rchocl, acd may
establish all needful regulaticr.j for it
management, not m ccnSiet-with thtj
rules prescribed by the Superintendent '
St;c. 52.- Said board m.ny alio ad:h;t
to ihe district school non-resident f'-pil;,
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