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A BILL FOR AN ACT TO PROY1DE
FOB TOTTSSniP ORGANIZA
TION. Introduced bj Sir. Colby. '
Be it enacted by the Legislature of t?ie
State of Nebraska :
TOWKSHIP ORGANIZATION HOW IT
MAT BE ADOPTED.
Sectiox 1. At ay general election
that may be held in the several coun
ties of the State, the qualified voters in
any county may vote' for or against
township organization in such county.
Sec. 2. The county commissioners
on petition of fifty legal voters, shall
cause to be submitted to the voters of
the county, the question of township
organization under this act, by ballot,
to be written or printed, or partly writ
ten and partly printed, "for township
organization," or "against township or
ganization," the votes to ix canvassed
and returned in like manner us votes
for State and county officers.
Sec. 3. If it shall appear by the re
turns of said election that a majority
of the legal voters of said county vot
ing at said election are for township
organization, then the county so voting
in favor of its adoption, shall be gov
erned by, and subject to the provisions
of this act, on and after the first day of
January next succeeding.
Sec. 4. The board of county Com
missioners of such county shall at
their next meeting, proceed to divide
said county intw towns or townships,
making them conform .as Bear as prac
ticable to townships according to the
government survey. When fractions of
townships are caused by the Co, lines
not being in accordance with the sur
veyed townships, then the commission
ers may attach such fractions toad
joining towns wken the number of in
habitants; or the anount of territory
shall sot be sufficient for a separate
town. When a -surveyed township
shall have too few inhabitants for a
separate organization, then such town
ship may be added to some adjoining
town, or such township may be divided
between two or more towns,for the time
being; and when creeks or rivers so
divide a township as to make it incon
venient for transacting town business,
then such creek or river may be made
the town boundary, and the town frac
tions so formed may be disposed of as
fractions formed by county lines. No
city of the first or second class shall be
included within the corporate limits of
any township organized under this act,
but the territory occupied by such city
shall constitute a town by the name of
such city for the purposes of town elec
tion and-organization a3 hereinafter
Sec. 5. The board of county com
missioners shall designate the name of
each town, aad may change the name
of any town, upon petition of a major
ity of the voters ef said town.
Sec. 6. The county clerk shall re
cord in a book provided for that pur
pose the names and boundaries of each
town,' as designated by the county
board, and shall forthwith ferward an
abstract thereof to the auditor of pub
lic accounts of this State, who shall
make a record of the same.
Sec. 7. The county board shall, at
least twenty days before the first Tues
day in April next after adoption of
township organization, designate some
central and convenient place in each
town, for the holding of the 'first town
election, and shall also appoint three
suitable electors of the town, as judges
of the election.
Sec. 8. The county clerk shall
thereupon make out noticws, stating
the time, which shall be the first Tues
day in April thereafter, and place for
holding the first election, names of the
judges of election so appointed, and
deliver the same to the sheriff, who
shall cause the same to be posted in
some public place in said town, at least
fifteen days before the holding of such
Kec. 9. The first town election shall
be conducted in the same manner as
other town elections hereinafter pro
ARTICLE II. -
COKFOKATK POWERS AND RIGHTS OF
Section 1. The corporate name of
each town shall be "The town of (name
of town)" and all acts done by the
town, and all actions by or against the
town shall be in its corporate name.
Sec. 2. Every town shall have cor
porate capacity t exercise the powers
granted thereto, or necessarly implied,
and ne others. It shall have power:
Fir$t To sue and be sud.
Second To - acquire by purchase,
gift, or devise, and to hold property.
ioth real and personal, for the use of
its inhabitants, and again to sell aad
convey the same. ...
Thirtl To make all such contracts
as may be necesaary in tho exercise of
the powers of the town.
Sec. 3. The electors present at the
annual town meetings shall have pow-,
First To make all orders for the
sale, conveyance, regulation, or use of
the corporate property of the town
that may be deemed conducive to the
interests of its inhabitants.
Second To take all necessary meas
ures and give directions for the exer
cise of their corporate powers:
Third To provide tor the institu
tion, defense, or disposition, of suits at
law, or in equity, in all controversies
between the town and any other town,
or any individual or corporation, in
which the town is interested.
Fourth To take such action ns shall
induce the planting and cultivating of
trees along the highways in such towns,
and to protect and preserve trees
standing along er on highways.
Fifth To take such action as may
bo necessary for the i destruction of
worms, of migratory locust?, -or other
injurious insects, and eggs deposited by
them. C, "
Sixth To guard against the des
truction of property in said town by
Seventh To establish and maintain
pounds at such places within the town
as may be deemed necessary and con
venient, and to discontinue any pounds
therein, to determine the number of
pound masters, to prescribe - their du
ties, and regulate their fees, and to
elect poundmasters in such manner as
they may see fit. ;
Eighth To restrain, regulatc.or pro
hibit the running at large of cattle,
horses, mules, asses, swine, sheep, and
goats, and to determine when such an
imals may go at larger Trovided, that
all votes thereupon, or upon any by-law
regulating the same, shall be taken by
ballot, and canvassed in the same man
ner as provided for the election of su
pervisors of said town.
Ninth To authorize the distraining,
impounding, and sale of cattle, horses,
mules, asses, sheep, goats, and swine,
for penalties incurred, and costs of rro
ceedings: Provided, That the owner
of such anima's sli.il! have the right to
riecm the same from the purchaser
thereof at any time within one month
from the day of sale, by paying the
amount of the purchaser's bid with
reiisonable costs for their keepiug, and
interest upon the amount bid at the
rate of ten per cent per annum.
Tenth To construct and keep in re
pair public wolls, and to regulate the
use thereof. I "
Eleventh To prevent the exposure
or deposit of offensive or injurious
substances within the limits of the
Twelfth To make such by-laws,
rules, and regulations as may be deem
ed necessary to carry into effect the
powers herein granted, and impose
such fines or penalties, not exceeding
820.00 for one offense, a3 shall be deem
ed proper, except when a fine or pen
alty is already allowed by law, such
fine or penalty to be recovered before
any justice of peace for the town where
the offense shall have been committed.
Thirteenth To direct the raising of
money by taxation for the following
First For constructing or repairing
roads, bridges, or causeways within the
town, not exceeding five mills on the
dollar of the assessed value of all tax
able property in the town.
Second For the prosecution or ; de
fense of suit by or against the town,
or in which it is interested.
Third For any other purpose re
quired by law.
Fourth -For the purpose of build
ing or repairing bridges over streams
divding said town from any other
Fifth For the support of the poor
within the town: Frovided, That
when . the County Board of any
county shall have established a poor
house, under any statute law of the
State, the support of the poor shall be
provided for by the County Board, and
no taxes for that purpose shall be voted
by the electors-at town meetings.
Sixtli For the compensation of
town officers at the rates allowed by
law, and when no rate is fixed, for such
amount as the electors may direct.
Sec. 4. !None of the previsions of
this article shall apply to toVns whose
limit3 are co-extensive with cities of
the first and second class, but such
cities and the inhabitants thereof shall
continue to be governed by their or
ALTERATION, DIVISION AND BOUNDA
RIES OF TOWNS.
Section 1.. Tho board of supervi
sors of each county shall have full and
complete power to alter the bounda
ries of towns, except such towns as
are also cities of the first or second
class, to divide, to enlarge, and to create
new towns, in their respective counties
to suit the convenience of the inhabi
tants residing therein; but no new
towns shall be created under the pro
visions of this act, unless there shall
be at least twenty-five legal voters re
siding in such new town, nor unless at
least fifteen of said legal voters of
said town shall petition for suck alter
ation ; nor shall any new town be here
after created, or any town divided, or
the boundaries thereof changed by the
board of supervisors without at least
sixty days' notice thereof has been
given before the presentation of the
petition therefor, by posting up not less
than five notices in the most public
places of the town or towns interested
and by also publishing such notices at
least once in some newspaper published
in the county wherein such towns are
situated, if auy shall be published
Sec. 2. Iu case any town In any
county wherein township organization
has been, or may be adopted, shall re
fuse or neglect to organize and elect
town officers at the time fixed by law
for holding annual meetings, it shall
be lawful for twelve freeholders of the
town to call a town meeting for the
purposes aforesaid, by posting up no
tices in six public places in such town,
giving at least ten days' notice of such
meeting, which notice shall set forth
the time, place and object of such meet
ing; and the electors, when assembled
by virtue of such notice, shall possess
all the powers conferred upon them by
this act at the annual town meeting.
In case no such notice shall be given as
aforesaid within thirty days after the
time for hold-ng the annual town meet
ing, the board of supervisors of the
county shall, upon the affidavit of any
freeholder, resident of said town, filed
in the office of the county clerk,
setting forth the facts, proceed at any
regular or special meeting of the board
and appoint the necessary town offi
cers for such town, and the person so
appointed shall hold their respective
offices until others are chosen or ap
pointed in their places, and shall have
the same power, and be subject t the
same duties and penalties as if they
had been duly chosen by the electors
of the town.
Sec. 3. Whenever it shall be made
to appear to the board of supervisois
that tl.e town officers appointed by
them, or by any preceding board, as
provided in the foregoing sections shall,
have failed to qualify as required by
law, so that such town connot become
organized, the board of 'supervisors
may annex such town to any adjoin
ing town, and the said town so annex
ed shall thereafter form and constitute
a part of such adjoining town.
Sec. 4. f When a town seized of real
estate, or possessed of rights,, credits,
or other personal real estate, shall be
divided into two or more towns, the
supervisors and assessors of the sev
eral towns constituted by sueh divi
sion, shall meet as soon as nmy be af
ter the first town meetings subsequent
ly held in such towns, and when so
met shall have power to make such
agreement concerning the disposition
to be made of such town property, and
the apportionment of the proceeds
thereof as shall be equitable,and to take
all measures, and execute all convey
ances, which may be necessary to carry
such agreement into effect.
Sec. 5. When any such town shall
be altered in its limits by the annex
ing of a part of its territory to other
town or towns, the supervisors and as
sessors of the town "affected by such
change, shall, as soon as may be there
after, meet for the purpose, and poss
ess the powers provided in the last pre
Sec. 6. Wlwnever a meeting of the
supervisors & assessors of two or more
towns shall be required in order to carry
into effect the provisions aforesaiduch
meeting may; be called by either of
said supervisors by giving at least
three days's notice in writing to all the
other officers of the time and place at
which such a meeting is to be held.
Sec. 7. The preceding sections shall
not apply to any cemetery or burial
ground; but the same shall belong to
the town within which it may be situa
ted after a division shall have been
Sec. 8. Debts owing to a town so
divided or altered shall be apportioned
between the towns interested therein
by the supervisors and assessors of such
towns according to the amount of tax
able property in the town divided cr
a!tered, ts the same existed immediate
ly before such division or alteration, i
to be ascertained by the last assessment
list of such town. And if, upon the
organization of towns under this act.
there be any indebtedness existing
against precincts under any laws ef
this state, the same shall be and remain
a charfce upon the territory from which
the towns are organized, and no town
or part of town shall be released from
the payment of its proportion of such
indebtedness, such proportion to be as
certained from thetamount of taxable
property in such, precinct, as shown by
the last assessment roll thereof, by the
county board upon the adoption of this
act, and the county clerk shall extend
the ss me upon the tax list of such town,
and the same shall be collected and dis
bursed in the manner provided by law.
TOWN-MEETINGS -POWER OF ELECTORS
Sec. 1. The citizens of the several
towns in this state, qualified by the
constitution, to vote at general elec
tions, shall assemble and hold annual
town metings in their respective towns
on the first Tuesday of April, at such
place in each town as the electors there
of at their annual town meetings shall
from time to time appoint; and notice
of the time and place of holding . such
meeting shall be given by the town
clerk, by posting up written or printed
notices in three of the most public pla
ces of said town, at least ten days pri
or to said meeting.
Sec. 2. There shall be chosen at the
annual town meeting, on the first Tues
day in April of each year, in each town,
one supervisor, one town clerk, one as
sessor, one town treasurer, one overseer
of highways for each road district in
said town, and three judges and two
clerks of election, to serve as such on
Iv under the general election laws of
the State. Frovided, That at the first
annual town meeting in April, and ev
ery two years thereafter, there shall
be elected two justices of the peace,
and two constables, who shall be suc
cessors to precinet justices, and consta
bles, and shall hold their offices for the
same terms, and perform the sametlu-4
ties as justices and constables, in coun
ties not under township organization ;
and Provided further, That in towns
whose limits are co-extensive with cit
ies of the first and second class, the
electors shall elect at the annual city
election, one assessor, and the electors
of each ward shall elect one supervisor,
who shall sit in the county board, which
officers shall respectively hold their of
fices for one year, perform the duties,
and exercise the powers conferred up
on them by law.
Sec. 3. The electors of each town,
shall have power at their annual town
meetings to elect such town officers as
may be required to be chosen, to direct
the institution and defense of suits at
law or in equity, to which such town
may be a party, to direct such sum to
be raised in such town for the support
and maintenance of roads and bridges,
or for any other purpose provided by
law, as they may deem necessary, to
take measures and give directions for
the exereise of their corporate powers,
to impose such penalties upon persons
offending against any such regulations,
and to apply the same when collected
in such manner as they may deem most
conducive to the interests of the town,
and to make all rules, regulations, and
by-law, necessary to carry into effect
the powers herein granted.
Sec. 4. It shall be the duty of the
town clerk, to cause all by-laws, rules
and regulations, of the town, within
twenty days after their adoption, to be
published by posting in three public
places of the town, and by inserting
once in any newspaper published in
the county ; but all such, by-laws, rules,
and regulations, shall take effect and
be in force from the date of their adop
tion, unless otherwise directed by the
electors of the town.
Sec. 5. Special town masting shall
be held when the supervisor, town clerk
and Justice of the peace, or any two of
them, together with at least twelve
free-holder, of the town, sh vll in writ
ing, file in the office of the town clerk,
a statement that a special meeting is
necessary to the interests of the town,
setting forth the object of the meeting;
and the town clerk, or, in case of his
absence, the supervisor, shall post up
notices in five of the most public places
of tho town, giving at least ten days
notice of such special meeting, setting
forth the object of the meeting, as con
tained in the statement filed as afore
said; the place of holdiug special town
meetings shall be at the place where
the last annual town meeting wa3 held ;
but in case such place may be inconve
nient, the meeting may adjourn to the
nearest convenient place; Provided,
That no less than one third of the elec
tors of a town shall constitute a quo
rum for the transaction of business at
auy special town meeting.
Sec. 0. The electors at special town
meetings when properly convened, shall
have power to rill vacancies in any of
the town offices, when the s.tme shall
not have been tilled by appointment;
to provide for raising money for repair
ing highways, or .bni'ding or repairing
bridges, in cases ef emergency, and to
direct the building or repairing there
of; to act upon any subject within the
powers of the electors at any annual
town meeting', which was postponed
at the preceding annual town meeting,
for want of time to be considered at a
future special town meeting; but spe
cial town meetings shall have no pow
er to act upon any subject not embrac
ed in the statement and notice calling
Sec. 7. The electors present at any
time between the hours of nine and
ten o'clock in the forenoon of the day
on which there is an annual or special
town meeting, shall be called to order
by the town clerk, if present: if not
present, then the voters may elect by
acclamation, one of their number chair
man; they shall then proceed tochoosa
one of their number to act as modera
tor of such town meeting.
Sec. 8. Before the moderator of any
town meeting shall enter upon the du
ties of his office he shall take an oath
faithfully and impartially to discharge
the duties of such office, such oath to
be administered by the town clerk or
other proper officer.
Sec. 9. The town clerk last before
elected or appointed, shall be the clerk
of the town meeting, and shall keep
faithful minutes of its proceedings, in
which he shall enter at length every
order or direction, and all rules and
regulations made by such meeting.
Sec. 10. If the town clerk be absent
then some other suitable person shall
be chosen by the electors present, and
shall act as clerk of the meeting.
Sec. 11. All questions upon motions
made at town meetings shall be deter
mined by majority of the electors
voting, and the presiding officer shall
ascertain and declare the result of the
voles upou e-ich question.
Secj. 12.' 'No person' shall be a voter
at any town meeting unless he shall
be qualified to vote at general elections,
and has beeu for the -last thirty days
an actual resident of the town " where
in he shall offer to vote.
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' Tlattsmoutji, neij. -
Tkeld rOXNER STABLES In riMfsmoiitl!
Xeh.. lmre jtist been lr:ise1 j lr. Jmv. nntl
be will open a new ami h;inlui livery u m
after this lt. The flneit ami lst I horst-f
and carriages always read? t let. -
SADDLK HOKSKS CUEAIV
Horses kept for Sale
or to Trade.
HOUSES TRAINED AND BROKE.
I desire to pire notice that I have a larjre.
handsome lr:ck harn, with plenty of room fr
horse and wajrns. I can put fanners Mock
an I waconn. load of grain or rivilii-K all un
dercover, ii. the dry. liemeniber this.
J hankinfr all mv ole pattons for their many
faYory. I solicit their trail in th new place.
ti.xfi-d I can aernmniodate them better and du
I'CM'-r tiy Jlirm than t-rer lefere. "?
(W i it J
win. this space
it wall foe -fti!! of
a xjl iiw vv
ET.ES!? ES YOU; ia-S&ES ! !
F. S. WHITE,
LiJll LI Via. LfiUJJ ViJUUVil'JUUucJ
Ladies Furnishing Goods, Dress Goods, jerfumery, Hair
Oil, Soap, Paper, Collars, Ladies and Gents ""
Hosiery, Queenswarc, Flower Seed,
Glassware, etc. .
LATEST. IMPBOYED . . t
COAL-OIL LAMPS, SAFETY BURNER.
Flour, Corn Meal and Buckwheat Flour.
We aim to keep everything an ordinary
household -needs, and will sell
you goods at such pi ices
that you cannot com
plain of hard limes
THERE IS MONEY IN IT!
xzzvtt rssu zxxcuneff, iss hot rmsHASis.
Special Inducements to the Trade.
. . Everywhere for th -
ErtiH Price, $75.00.
THT ABE THE
Simplest, Llphfpst Running, Beet Made and Most
EaliaUa Sewing Machines in the world.
(Cut this out and remember it.) , ,
AdJrCM . - Weed genss'Kachi&B Co.. .
203 & 205 Wabash Are., Chicago,
Foa Sale at - -
Lounges, Tables, Bedsteads,
. BTC, ETC., ETC.,
Of All Descriptions.
1VIETALLIC BURIAL CASES
O; all sizes, ready made and sold cheap for c:uh.
TVith many thanks for past patronage. I iuvlte
Invite all to cill and examine my
LARGE STOCK OF .
40tf. FITKXITL'RK AXI COFFIXM.
BEST FARMING LANDS
- FOB SALE BT . . ',
Great Advantages to Buyers ,
' .'.','.".' 1N.1S7G.
Ten Years Credit at C per cent Interest.
Six Years Credit at 6 per cent Interest,
and 10 per cent Discount.
Other I-i he ml lIteonnt Far Canh,
nntl I'reiniuMiH tor Improve-.
The oim nnd Xel,rasli Firmer. roDlnlnln?
full prti-iiUr. will be itMiled free to auy part
ol the world on application to
LAM roMMISSIOXEB. IS. A M. Ii. K.
! .ITUfcul.N. NtVKABKA
fcrrxa 3. j
I I I II II
t - ' i . , : .. .. . ...3vr-!
ti f I 1 r if ut r M
f3ZT Aa our adTcruaar haa not nania iua aOvirtt
mctit altogether diatinot, w. will Interpret aad elate
rate it as follow. :
E. Tt, ' POOTE, MVD.,
Author of Plain Horn. "Balk. Medleal Cemronn ffcma
Bom-hco in Story, etc., 15 Lexington Avenne (cnr.
Et 98th Btrept), New York, aa Iwdipcwdwc
Physician, treata all forma of Ungtrinn or Crow
Dieoaei, and reneirefl letteot front ail part of tb
By hitt original unjy of condncilnit a Medical Prea
ti, he la eticcewifnlly treating namereue petirnU in
Europe the Wcit Indlen. Dominion of
Canada, and in every part of the United State.
Or drtetprions dnir nsed. He haa, dariair the pa
twenty three yearn, treated raoeeesfully nearly or q trite
40,000 casn. .. All facta connected with eaoh raeat
carefully recorded, whether they be eomraunlouted by
letter or in person, or obeerred by the Doctor or
aewciata physician.. The latter are aU erieaUao
medical men. r '
HOW INVALIDS AT A DISTANCE
Are treated. All invalid, at a dietanee are require
to answer a list ef plain queetion. whlrti eUctte every
ymptorn under which the Invalid sntfera, Ueoaa
nuntMUion treated MricUr eonUtnUnl. A complete
rrxem ot muttering prevent, mlatakea or coof aekw.
I,iat of qnewion. aent free, on application, to any part
of the world. Bixty-paire pamphlet of BviDBam o
Boccrse, alao aent free. All theee tertimoniaia are
from those who have been treated by mad and expre.
Adtiok in omcx, oa n mail, rui ot cbakse.
Ceii es or addraea
SR. E. Bi POOTE,
Ho. 120 Lt-xingtom Aven If. T.
Wjrrfrf -to seH JTudes JPiniaKamt Talk
md 2ltti'oaL Ommcn. SenstsAlsa
J)r. Fcofcs Science in Story.
Sr. Barger! Ionia Bowtl And File Pills.
Thete pill, are an Infallible remedy far eonetipatkai
ad pile, canned by weaknea. or eupprearion ot tut
periataltio motion of the bowela. The very gerrUj
fanreaw the activity of the lnteetinai omal, prodao
eoft stool and relieve plle one. Tbwaand. have
been cored by them. Price 60 eenta, -It by mall nm
receipt of prioa. Prepared only by F. ALFRED
RKICKAUDT. FH1MUCUT. U FOOBM Avjwcb,
Kw Yobs Citt
Dr. Barger'f Compound Fluid - 3xtrot of
BJmbnrb and Sandal ion,
The beat eombtnetien of pnrely reiretable tnedtdnel
to entirely replaee Calomel or Bine PiiL It ttiraulata
Um Uver, iacreaaM the flow of bile, and thu. removes
at once torpidity of tht liver, biMouaneaa and li.birnal
aonatipation, and the diaeaee. ariainc from men ae
lyepepcia. eiok headache, flatoirnoe, eta Ta efleo
kvenee. of Chi. Extract will be proved, vteiblv. at once
to the patient, aa one or two bottiee are eufllcient to
ataartheoompiexion beautifully, an.l remove flmp'f
and ataina eaoaed by Uver nraubiea. Prioa $1 per boule.
aottlee, will be aant oa receipt ot the prtca
to any addreaa. free oc charire. rreparod only bf
r. ALTKSO UK1CHARDT, PHaaktaeMrC, UJIW(BT
AvxiruB. Hbw Toaa ClTI. .
M am .i mmm an mm
rwaj ae a
7 r i i
Ivw Tin.. UTlA j0t. Tnka.
all warraoled of Buperioc
qnality. No cheap or ln
ferior erode, of Ink made
I J) JlXCELSIOIl
I II II I I 'PBI.MTINO INK (Om
i j I 1 J L.J MANUFACTURERS,
(Formerly of London, KnjUud ),
184 Ac 180 nOMBOR BIT., IIICAUO,
and 12 narrlBf lrat, Xw Vork.,
I ill I Ui
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