Nebraska herald. (Plattsmouth, N.T. [Neb.]) 1865-1882, March 15, 1877, Image 1

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THE HERALD.
THE HERALD,
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FVJBLISHEI) f.VERY THUTWDAY
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PLATTSMOUTH, NEBRASKA
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OFFICE:
On VlriA St., Or-e Blool North of Min,
Cornr of l-ifth Street.
IS oo
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tiTAll Advertising bUls fine CBftef?3r.
. tWTrxiudeot ftflrerttsernerts turat fce
(or in advance . .
JNO. A. MACMURPHY, Editor. )
TfiUSEVER AXCE COXQIT ERS."
(TERMS: $2.00 a Year.
OFFICIAL PlI'F.it OF CAM
COI:.TY.
- Terms, in Advnc :
One copy, one y&r. . .
pue copy, sIk months
Clue copy, tUree montlia
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VOLUME XII.
PLATTSMOUTII, NEBRASKA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1877.
NUMBER 51.
Estre rr'w f the Herald for m! .
Youiip. pontoClce r, 1erot. nU O. r. Jctn
sou,oomer of. iUla aad Fifth Streets. .
PACK. 1 w. 2 w. 3W. I TO. ID.
laqr... Si 00 ;iia'ioo $2 CO $ao
2irs.. 150 io 2?? 3tf f"
3sjrs. IOO 2 7W 4 00 4T5 8 U
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H 8 00 1200 16(10 180 2500
1 col ... 16 ow 18 00 21 00 25 H 40 00
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OF f'LAT SMC "J"! ? '. N:-:i".A-KA.
- iOJi TO
TKYiL:;,' & CLAUK,
Jtnr r"i-rzEjiu .. Present.
&U.&OTicr Vice President.
A- W. McUdoruit Cashier.
J(W0'iio'jEK Assistant Cashier.
..np.jniiirawnpn. i-ir ipiiicw at rneir
new rowiu. corner M.iin htM Sixih uceu. nad
BANKING BUSINESS.
SitdcLe, 3cnif, G id, wvrni:: ami Lc:l
Securities
HOL'GHT jM) SOLI.
iK-inisitt Jietxired nd Inf 'rrH Allow-
f . .. .... .
t l on Liin' l.eriiJli-.iliS.
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-i -A-X Xj JJj.i-iVvViN ,
Avail-b'pm.U'WTi' - i caten and
i:i ail t!- i'l ' . ' j i .s 'J O.tles ,
ct.l:kkvtf.i
ZHMAii I..IN3 AND ALLAN LINE :
OF tiTKAlirRK.
rrxn "isluiig to bi'j; oi:t V.tt.ir f: !s .rom
T r O f. p: to I s :;:.- t h .
leming Sac
rEAI.KKH IN
DRY GOODS.
GROCERIES,
2J,X)TS,
' -i'TtONis.
.. : . is ur vAi New.
w sell t'ueiM CHEAP.
TRY US ONCE, A'-DSEE!
(40yl WEFVT(t W ITER. yEJi
Excelsior i.arbzr Shon.
"7 "'" "-- IT
YT.e
iJ lit H- '!'.
FM-E."!AL V n E.N Tit .V
iVK : TO
sest c?tocKs
GR
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IN TOWN
4cyl
fROPRIETOH OF
PALACE BILLIARD HALL.
iMala St.. uadar First Nat. BarA.)
PL1VTS.MOITH, ... XEf!
mt bai: is surrLiEn with ttif.
EliST WINES. UQUOitS.
b 5" , s v . t- r r. xi 1
-4 1
ri i i 'iot v .1. " b .
."?2a ';- o Strain Enyiites, Boilers
.Saw and (Jrwf 3 fills.
Ati A.l HTKAJI FITTIXl;S.
WriMUht Inn Pipe. Forcn and Lift llpes. Steam
lancs, Safetv-Valve C.ovrnor. and all
kinds of flrass Kuiiine Ftltias.
rejiaircd on tiort notl .e.
FARM MACHINEK
SepjJrl 01 hort Notice. loyl
mH. 2LLa
f;vd fresh milk
DELIVER 3D DAILY !
AT
ErUJZTPODT'S IW-VXlXrLATTSirGCTM
tr THEY WAXT IT, BT
J. F. BC tl'SIEISTEll.
xn IK VOVBORPrS" AS!) I WILL TItT AJD
GIVE TC
xje milz:
4flyl aud serv yon repnlarly.
SAG?: BROTHERS,
Healers in
EIIHT-lJ&r &SSp;s2-:v iioakdisg house
ETC.. ETC., ETC.
0M Door East ef the Post-OfCee, FlatUmoutli,
Nebraska.
... : o :
Practical Workers in
SHSST IROyr, ZI.SC, TIN. BRA-
ZIERY, d-c, d.c.
Lrg8 assortment of ItArd ano Soft
COAL Sn?0"V"El i
v '
Woo l Eiid t o..! ; -(.., r
HEATING 0U COOKING
Always on Hand.
Erery variety of Tin. Sheet Iron, end Zinc
Work, kept in Stock.
MAKING AND REPAIRING,
Done on Short No!i.
I YZ.n TTHIXO 1VA HTt.i X TED :!
FHICE LOW IMI1VX.
- SAGE BROS.
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.
I4. IS styles with name
ist paid. .1. It. tlusted.Nas&iU. U-n.
CoN. Y. 4ttt4
"A LUUiiATlVifi BUSINESS.
:5F l7 "toanf 600 more first-class
Sewing Machine Agtnts, end 500 men
Of energy and ability to learn the busi
ness of Selling Setcinj Ha-iJiines. Com
pensation Liberal, but vary in.' arourd-
iin-itn AhJit it f'hitrtitt.er aiui. Otistli.ft-
- - ,j , -' - - c - -
canons or me -I 'eui. ror jhii iicuium,
, ij,;t,
wi!?:: SEwiss mui C3,ciicm
rAGl"S WANTED FOR HISTORY ft I
OEflTEfl'L EXHIBITION
, " . ' ' : w'--t i.;"" : r;"';V'r'"i
?.-. -;i i,i l .rc;tl hxml.liK.i aiul N the OU.y
:auh. r.:i mid f..nn..eti- history iulilUlied. it
i u.!itts ..f ti-. srr.nd tui'riliifc-. wondorful exhih-
M,. c.iri -siti''., iert-at eveats, etc. Very cheap
' u,t '"" at SiR-it. om; '.uenl so!j48roi-
iPt I.) one day .--iiti Kir our -x.wa i-iins to
dii-s- National rviti.isiiiNo ('.. riiilad.1!
I'a.. t'l.ii-an. 1 !1.. tr S:. liiis. Mo.
'(ATlin-l Lnr
'JiiUilU:!; on iiie Extiihiiion are bclnu cir-
i nrfiiaiii ana unnniMs kookm
ciil.Ci'ii. l?o not iw d'--ived. See that the
lo ;!' vd;. huy cuutuiiis t7 1 lage and S3J flue en-
KlMVi'V-5.
;:B:t s"a Vc. .si sMMof tint
CENTRNNIAL EXPOSITION
LS-ZSi-iriBEI ANI ILLl STK.V'I ED.
.s M i-i GC5 dsy. It bfiiiii the only "om
yle e Vtw pried "or.'i7 70i(7e-oiil- SO)
tr--it"'i, ot tht- eiUirr hr , grand builiing
..xn'O-t . r'o.iie, rost davs, etc.;
i ri, 1 1 fh-'iiier than any other:
i-it-it-i i'. One new iKent cleared
". To 'li-3.O0O l(i ti IVant
. t rl;(! !,ei:ljj !r J-RiHl!" or f,J(OI'C, oiiiiiinn
f.f edit 1 -ih .;Ii-rj; . a .id f, s-Mnple liav'tfs, full
li- i-: ( ck i; r: ti:ms. IR'B
Alil f.n: ).-'... i'a'jii.s.iers, .No. 3i LaSelle
Si ieei. I !'
" " ii .-.. !.i! iy -Viiinel orll' ial and
F2?i Eg CwfV 'T Milton Cold
j Vi WS '4 tUrJ-i"11 '".t- -t-
2tJ53 - ;J in;r r n eiegr'nt
lJ55V fl &.tir..I..di.-
ViW--jrA l"3f f?S !.:;ii;lsoiiirt bror.;!i.
U e "" lr"l- P;i,r
ir I'v" elegant pld st. Mic
-S-.yf tTS V-si.- ve lut;ojs. se:
-V t.:y i-fl 3 ttr-'vr-V iral8tnd. collar
. 'Ip;'m V Imtlon. heavy plain
w-i.:!f!g ri'.ri. "n;! yen's "Vrisian diamond pin.
above .ir:'c!"S jent. po-t-p '.;t for SO t.
iiav-." Iff a r- 1 Tcjr d R -i:kr i'- t sior! ;ir
must l)c s ; f. '' l!:;..n '. ', : V,ith 1
-..rli. .r ;!'a. v !;; -. r u-.i i!i:i-r
f.,..,. 1 . .ii-.'!- ' . - j.-- . c'nl;i ;;. d.-
' ." J'-j !.:itP. f.l'r
' : ' I ' ir j 1:.. I ; V .: i .. ' a
.-.V i'.; ; '... "' :7(i
-. a ;r am :ki. a f Aa.
I STl ii 1 N. 7 jf i . K'.V YORK.
- RESH MEAT
Come Here Roast BeeL
In 3J uttois Chops.
rrAZ.7.
AT
.. i . 1
: -JUrrG'S butcher Shop,
PL ATT?JCUTU, XL'J!.,
i.i.v.rn.'iAiN st., - - - s ;rrii
:.u!.i-i
HO FOHTHrl
iBIaoli: Mills !
IN PL A TI'S 210 UTH.
am c-zkak sTont.
-o r-
M,-;r!:rs o'.a stand itill kept pen by
'J Id A His. TOJiACCOS.&C WHOLE
SALE d- RETAIL.
ww KF.rr-
cod G:3?Js, .Buy Largely
Ar.d invite tiai" to call atid exaniina. ltf
FOK YOUR
H -i
v i 1 raH ou Uft
HempeL
iiE'ij Tiir: MAN.
a :.r ,i s TtTXTr rrnrTon
ON LOWEK MAIN SIT.EET,
PLATTSMOUTII, - - - - JVi?2.
Meals at all Hours.
40-;yl iV. HE 21 PEL, Prop.
H. A. VATERMAN & SON,
Yt'bolsuig and Retail LValcts in
Pine Lumber,
Si "
SHINGLES,
Sash,
Doors,
Blinds,
me ETC., ETC.
t:rcel Corner of Tilth.
PLATTSMOUTII. - - - NEB.
! Still Bettor Rates for Lumber.
Jut opened by
F
I v
XVJL
V OUNG,
ox secoxd .sr.. jve.yt iooz ro s. LT.
Ojio.ite Old Machine Shop.
i Good Board by the Day cr Week.
I cordially invite my friends from the comi-
try to the a caM.-c.niwletit that I
40 ro3
c.iil pfeae them
Can't be in:td. by every nrcnt every
month in the biiNi'ness we inriiish. hut
those willing to work can easily earn a
nzen dollars a day riirht In theii own localitic-s. I
Have no room to explain here. Business pipas
ai.t aud honorable. Women, boys and pirls do I
as w.-ll r.s men. We will funiih you a complete j
outfit free. The business pay better than any
thirty else. We will bear expeuse of strliulj
you. Particulars free. Write aud se. Farm- I
ers kikI mechanics. Iheir sons and daturhtcrs.
and nil clause in need of paying work at home, j
should write to us and learn all about the work
at oucc. wiow is the time. Don't delav. Ad-
drr '.vrt..AiTm. Mtne. I
'.I.rcf
$999
PROFESSIONAL CARDS
H. 2S. U IXIMIAoL,
ATTORNEY and Counselor at Law. Ia
estate bought and sold. Taxes paid : and spe
cial attention given to collections. Office over
Or. Chapman's Drug Store, I'LUUinoulh. a7yl
8111 91 CUAPUAK.
ATTORNEY AT LAW and Solicitor In Chan
crrv. Offle in Fitzgerald's Block, Phittsmouth,
Nrdraska.
WIII'.KI.tlt & JIt'JCXKTT,
KE-VT. ESI ATE nd Tax raylnp Aeentu, o-
turiuo I'ii V 1 1 Ui C i m .. .i A I tr ln(,,..,llin 1 n.nta
I'taiisiuontn. .NeDrasKa.
.
R Tt LIYIVU8TOX.
I'HTSICIAN & SURNE'IN. tenders his pro-";-.-iionai
services to the citizens ot Cass county,
lidence southeast corner Sixth nd Oak sts. ;
"on Main street, two doors west of. Sixth,
.. asmoutU. Nebraska.
UFO. m. SMITU.
AlTORNKY AT LAW and Real Estate Bro
ker. S4jecial attention Biven to Collections
and all matters HfTectinir the title to real estate.
Office on I'd tioor, over 1 ost Oflice, l'latlsniouth,
br.ka. 40 1.
rilAiPl. II.TIIOtJI'SOX. M. I.
HOMEOPATHIC PHYSICIAN. Thirty yca.w
practice hs made the lr. familiar with nearly
sill diseases, and iheir cure. OftU-e : Cor. St li &
Mala Sis., over Johnson's Drug Store. 25tf
JOUX W II A IX I
JUSTICE OF THE PEACE, ano collector of
debts, collections made 1'roni one dollar to one
thousand do lrs. Mortgages. Deeds, and oili
er instruments drawn, arid ail county business
usually transacted liorc a Justice of the Peace.
Best of reference given if required.
OtTica on Main street, Wt of Court nou.
4-yl JOHN W. HAINES.
ES. J. 91. WATEKMAJT,
Physio Medical Practitioner.
Lvxieville, Caa Co., lVeb.
taAlwaj s at the office on Saturdays. 40yl
PLATTSMOUTH MILLS.
ri.ATTSMOUTU, NKB.
C. HEISEL, - Proprietor.
Flour, Corn 3I'?al, & Feed
Always on hand and fors.i! at lowest e:ish
prices. Th highest prices paid for Wneat ai.d
Crn. Particular attention iven custom work.
FURNITURE ! FURNITURE !
Claries Tiiorn;ate
'I.n 'i;.t (:;it ncl a N Stoclc cf rurr.iture. r.f
, . ' ! a:-.; :s ?. p:i!'d to tarnish anything in
I'i-ilaie. :tt i-lattMi"t.ciili iinr.es. AVill not be
iitidofsolit. Cull and ftf iny stcck. before pur-
t ;';. :si:o Lu.L.:r:I House, Weepies Water,
Ntl. 4)iu3
SAUNDEUS HOUSE.
J.X.GKEUOnY, - - - Proprietor.
7 cmtion Co::tral. Gooil Ssnip'e Hoom..
Ki-ch Convcyicc. to snd from the Depot at
HaiJ 1'iaTtsititfi'tIi, Nt;b.
GRAND CENTRAL
HOTEL,
Jarvsi Ai.A finest !5ot-l fce-
tircts: i liivago and Sa.n
k'r iticisco.
UEO. THRALL. - - Prop.
OMAHA. NED.
O. K. SALMON.
I keep constantly on hand
Iests 3Iilwaukcc Beer.
whicli can be had at no other
PLACE IN THE CITY.
Also the best of
TTL.VKS. LIQUOR. AXD CZOAItS.
3t:n3 i-:a itNe:il;taui.
LENIIOl'F & BONNS,
Morning Dew .Saloon !
Oue door east of the Saunders House. We
keep the best of
Beer, Wines, Liquors & Cigars.
Constantly on Hand.
A ireat Iteductiou in Prices er
GUNS, REVOLVERS, &c.
Prices reduced from 20 to ,V rcr cent. Write
for I!!t!str;i!ed Catalogue, with 1'trkiircd prices
for 1S77. Address.
GREAT WESTERN GUN WORKS,
91 Smithflcld St.. Pittsburgh, Pa. lrfyt
GOOD FRESH MILK.
Delivered daily in
AXT rAI'.T OF THE C1TT, BT
Mumni & Co.
30m3
ROCHESTER SEEDS.
Itrid'K Flornl "Trlbnfe. a book of Ot
paces with Colored Pl'ilr. dencribes BOO vari
eties of Flnwcr. Vftjclahie, livlb. Ae. l'rico
10 ft. Ti.is vkork with 6 pi:U.
mm FRESH FLOWER SEEDS,
including Vonyy and Vcrtxnn, for 2.reU.
14 Choice Varietur and The Trihttte, 30 cf.i.
VeijftuLle 'ccJsut'stitutcd if preferred.
W. H. KEIO, Kocliesttr, N. Y.
Mention this paper.
Y AM & CHAMBERS
M.vnufacturers of and Dealer? in
SADDLES!.
COLLARS.
HALTERS,
WHIPS,
ETC., ETC ETC.
REPAIRING
Done with Neatnossi Dispatch:
STItKiGIlT & rilLLEIT,
Harness Manufacturers,
SADDLES
BHIDLLS.
COLLARS.
fcj.d a'l kinds cf harness stock, constantly ou
Laud.
Fruit Confectionery 4
AND
Grocery Store
NUTS,
CANDIES,
TEAS
COFFEES.
SUGAU8,
TOACC0ES,
r LOUR.
Kememher the i.iw r.r,-lt V 1: nivv
nn LowU iiii 'it7 cpwlte E. Dovey s
AO.
a, , , .
21-1. v STREIGIIT t- MILLER.
Co:.'AuKus'ta, -M ihit.' ' ; the other morning
A BILL F0U AN ACT TO PilOVIDB
FOB TOTTKSHIP 0B0ANIZA-TI0N.
fcitrodnced by Mr. Colby.
Be it enacted by the Leyislatvre of the
State of Nebraska :
(CONTIXTJED.)
ARTICLE XL
COUNTIES A3 BODIES CORPORATE.
Sec 1. Each county; governed by
this net, shall be a body corpora and
politic, and as such shall be empower
ed: First To sue and be sued.
Second To purchase and bold real
and personal estate for the use of Hie
county.
Third To tell and convey any real
or personal estate owned by the county.
and to make ail contracts, and do all
other acts in relation to the property
and concerns of the county necessary
to the exercise of ita corporate and ad
ministrative powers.
Fourth To exercise such other pow
ers as may be especially conferred by
law.
Sec. 2. The powers of such county.
as a body politic, shall be exercised by
a board of supervisors, or in pursuance
of a resolution by them adopted.
Sec. 3 Iu all suits or proce '.lines
by or against such county, the name in
which the county shall sue and be su
ed shall be the "Board of Supervisors
of the County of ," but this provis
ion shall not prevent county officers.
when authorized uy law, from owning
in their name of omce for the benefit
of the county. -
Sec. 4,, Process in action against
any such county shall ba served by
leaving a copy thereof , with the. county
clerk, and a copy with the chairman of
the board, or if there bo .no chairman,
then by leaving a copy with any three
n.embers of the board of supervisors.
Sec. 5. On the trial of any suit in
which the county is interested, the in
habitants thereof shall be competent
witnesses and jurors, if otherwise com
petent and qualified according to law.
Sec. C. When a judgment shall be
rendered against the board of supervis
ors of any county, or against any coun
ty officer in an action prosecuted by or
against him in his cam of office, when
the same should be paid by the county,
r.o execution shall be issued oa said
judgment. but the same shall be paid
as other county charges, and levied and
collected by tax as other taxes are lov
ied and collected.
ARTICLE XII.
C0CSTY OFFICERS.
Sec. 1. In each county adopting
township organization under this act,
there shall be elected at the general
election provided by law, one county
jut'.ge, one sheriif, one county treasurer,
one county clerk, one county attorney,
one county surveyor, one coroner, one
county superintendent of public in
struction, who shall each hold their of
fices for two years, and until their suc-Cf-ssors
are qualified, and perform rdl
duties devolving upon their respective
o&ces, in the manner provided by law
in counties not under township organi
zation, where the same are not incon
sistent with the provisions of this act.
ARTICLE XIII.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
Sec. 1. The county ooards of the
several counties in this state that may
adopt township organization shall be
composed of the supervisors of the or
ganized townships thereof, and the su
pervisors from cities of the first and
second class; such supervisors shall
hold two regular meetings in each year
at the county seat in their respective
counties, for the transaction of general
business as a board of supervisors.
They may hold special meetings at such
times as they may find convenient, and
shall have power to adjourn from time
to tirno as they may deem necessary.
They maj also hold such other meet
ings as are by law provided.
tEC 3. Special meetings of the
board of supervisors shall be held only
whrn requested by at least one-third of
the members of the board, which re
quest shall be in writing, addressed "to
the clerk of the board, and specifying
the lime and object of such meeting,
upon reception of which request the
cierk shall immediately notifv in writ
ing each member of the board of the
time and object of such meeting,
and shall cause notice of such meeting
to he published in some newspaper of
the county, if any shall b published
therein; Provided, that no business
shall be transacted at any special meet
ing, except such as is specified-in the
call.
Sec. 3. The regular meetings ef the
board of supervisors in all counties
having township organization, shall be
held on the first Monday ia May and
November of each year.
Sec 4. The beard of supervisors in
their first regular raeetingof each year,
shall organize by choosing one of iheir
number as chairman, who shall preside
at all meetings of the board during the
year; in case of his absence at any
meeting. th members present shall
choose one of their number as tempo
rary chairman.
Sec. 5. The supervisors shall sever
ally Jay before th board of supervis
ors, at the first regular meeting after
election, their several certificates of
election, which .shall be examined by
the loard of supervisors, and if found
regular, shall be filed in the ofl5ce of
county clerk.
Sec. 6. The board of supervisors of
each eouniy in this state, shall have
power to make all bucU orders concern
ing the corporate property of the coun
ty as they may deem expedient; to au
dit all accounts chargeable against the
county, and to direct the raising of
such sums as may be necessr.ry t de
fray the same; to audit such acconnts
of town utfieers and such other persons
against their respective towns as are
not otherwise by law provided for. and
to direct the raising of such sums as
may be necessary to defray the same ;
to appropriate funds to aid the con
struction of roads and bridges in anv
part of the county, whenever a majori
ty of the whole board of the county
may dm tb Tr P''ijr an jndi-
ivJA a?kt:il him for a7 "sequences. Wjjtsii:.? i'r.ss.
ent; to change the boundaries of towns
and to create new towns as approved
by law. to designate and give names
thereto, aad to fix the place of holding
the first town meeting therein; to
change the name of any town upon the
petition of a majority of the voLers of
said town ; to re-locate or vacate coun
tr roads as the pnblic interest may re
quire, in manner required by Jaw; to
perform all other duties not inconsist
ent with this act, which may be requir
ed of, or enjoined upon them, by the
laws of this state. fThe levying and
apportioning of taxes, the settling of
accounts with county officers, the sub
mission of questions to the people, and
borrowing of money, shall be regulat
ed by the laws in force for the govern
ment of counties not under township
organization, where the same shall not
be inconsistent with this act.
Sec. 7. A majority vf the supervis
ors of any county shall constitute a
quorum for the transaction of business,
and all questions which shall arise at
meetings shall be determined by the
votes of a majority of the supervisors
present, except in cases otherwise pro
vided for.
Sec. 8. The board of supervisors
shall sit with open doors, and all per
sons ra;tv attend their meet'ngs.
Sb:c. 9. Every chairman of the
board of supervisors shall have power
to administer an oath to any pers n
concerning any matter submitted to
the board, or connected with their
powers and duties.
Sec. 10. The county clerk shall be
the clerk of the board of supervisors,
and his general duties shall be; to re
cord in a book, provided by the county
for that purpose, all the proceedings of
the board, to make regular entries -of
all the resolutions or decisions on all
questions concerning the raising or
payment of money, or for the regulat
ing of affairs under their control; to
record the vote of the supervisors 011
any question submitted to the board
if required by any member of the
board, and to tile and preserve all ac
counts acted upon by the board.
Sec. 11. The clerk shall receive a
reasonable compensation for his ser
vices, to be. fixed by the board.'' and to
be paid by the county, in addition" to
his fees as register of deeds.
Sec. 12. The books, records, and
accounts of the board of supervisors
shall be deposited with the county
clerk and shall be opened without re
ward to tho examination of all per
sons. Sec 13. It shsll be the duty of the
county clerk to deliver ''to - any person
who may demand it a certified copy of ,
any account, paper, or lecoid, in his of
fice, on receiving from such person ten
cents for every hundred words contain
ed in such copy.
Sec. 14. . It shall the duty of the
several boards of supervisors, as often
as it shall be necessary, to build court
houses and jails, or cause Am same to
be repaired in their respective counties,
at the expense of such county.
Sac. 15. It shall be the duty of the
board of supervisors, whenever they
shall deem it expedient and conducive
to th public gooJ, to take charge of
the poor of the county, and to provide
for th.ir support in a poor house or
elsewhere; Provided, that when the
board of supervisors do not take such
ac-ion .and provide such support, the
overseers of - the poor of the several
towns shall be accountable to, and their
compensations and accounts shall be
audited by the board of town auditors
of the town having. such poor.
Sec. 16. Each member of the board
of supervisors shall be allowed, when
actually employed, the sum of two dol
lars per day, and no more, as a compen
sation for his services and expenses in
attending the meeLings of the board.or
in attending to any other busines for
the benefit of the county; Provided,
That the salary of any supervisor for
county services shall in no case exceed
seyenty-five dellars (573.00) peraanum.
Sec. 17. The clerk of the board of
supervisors shall, at the close of each
regular or special meeting of tho bo ird,
cause a brief statement of the proceed
ings thereof to be published in a news
paper of the county, in which h shall
set forth the name of any individual
who shall have bad any account
audited and allowed by said board, and
the amount of such claim as allowed,
and also the proceedings of said board,
upon the equalization of the assess
ment roll.
Sec. 18. The chairman of the board
shall sign all warrants on the treasury
for money to be paid out of the county
treasury; such warrants shall be coun
tersigned by the clerk and sealed with
the county seal. It shall not be lawful
for any warrants to be issued for any
amount exceeding in the aggregate the
amount wf tax levied far the current
year; and in order to guard against any
such over draft, each warrant shall ex
press plainly on its face the amount of
tax levied for the current year; and
the amount a'.ready expended.
Sec. 19. Any warrant drawn after
the amount levied for the year is ex
hausted shall not be chargeable as
against tl.e county, but may be collect
ed by civil action from the board of su
pervisors making the same or either of
them.
Sec. 23. A report of the receipts and
expenditures of the year next preceding
shall be in .d out and published by the
board in some newspaper of general
circulation in th county.
Sec. 21. Any person aggrieved by
any decision of the hoard of supervis
ors may appeal therefrom to the dis
trict court in the same manner as pro
vided for appeal from decisions of com
missioners in counties not uuder to wn
ship organization.
Sec. 22. The board of supervisors
shall at their first regular meeting in
each year prepare a lit of sixty persons
possessing the qualifications prescribed
for jurors in action 637 of the civil code,
and they shall prenare separate tests
for each term of the district court ap
pointed to be held in said county dur
ing the ensuing year. The county clerk
shall preserve such lists and deliver the
same, or a certified copy thereof, to the
cleric of the district court, at least fif
teen days before the commencement of
any regular term of court therein.
Sec. 23. In order to insurs uniform
if 5 tic Venning r-.t t.'T; records jnd
surt'H,
other matters pertaining to the duties
of town officers, it shall be tho duty of
the board of supervisors to purchase
for the use of the respective towns
suitable books and blanks for the offi
cers thereof, the cost in the first in
stance to be paid by warrant upon the
county treasury, and the amount to be
charged to the respective towns and
levied and collected with other town
taxes.
Sec 24. The duty of laying out and
discon inuing tounty road3, shxl
be vested in the board of supervisors,
who shall, for that purpose, possess all
the powers given by law to commission
ers in counties not under township or
ganization." And the general laws in
force in this State governing roads and
regulating the duties of supervisors of
road districts, shall apply to coun ies
governed by this act, except as herein
otherwisw se forth; Provided, that all
taxes for the improvement of roads and
bridges of a town shall be levied in the
respective towns only upon thaauthor
i y of the electors therein voting the
s.:ne; Provided further. that thedu:ies
of supervisors of road districts shall
devolve upon overseers of highways
undir this act. except that the settle
ment of their accounts shall be made
with town auditors in the manner here
in before provided.
ARTICLE XIV.
REVENUE.
Sec. 1. The general provisions of
the revenue law of this State shall .ap
ply to counties under township organi
zation, except as herein otherwise pro
vided. Sec. 2. On or before the third lion-
day in January of each year, the coun
ty clerk shall fianish each assessor
with suitable notices and biank forms
4or the assessment of property, and
such assessors shall thereupon m4l:e
an assessment of all property subject
to taxation in their respective towns
under the general revenue laW3 of the
State, in the sam3 inma as precinct as
sessors are required to do. On or be
fore the 2d Monday in March annually,
the several town assessors shall deliv
er their assessment roll to the town
clerks of their towns, and the assessor
elected ia a town whose limits are co
extensive with cities of the first and
second class shall deliver such assess
ment rod to the ciiy clerk. Such as-
sesment roll shall be in the same form.
as prescribed by law for assessments in
preciucts of counties not under town
ship organization, with the addition of
suitable columns for the extension of
taxes, as provided in Article XIV, Sec
tion. 10 of this act, r .
Sec. 3. The supervisor, town clerk.
and assessor in e tch town, and the as
sessor and supervisors elected from cit
ies of the first and secor4okssy shall
sit in their respective towns or cities,
on the fourth Monday in March of each
year, for the purpose of equalizing and
correcting the assessment rolls th ititi.
And for this purpose they shall possess
the 3am powers devolving by law up
on county commissioners in counties
no; under township organization, when
sitting as a board of equalization.
Sec. 4. Immediately at. er such equal
ization and correction of tho assess
ment roll, and before the third Monday
n April, the assessor shall transmit
the original roll, with all connections
and additions thereto, to the county
clerk, who shf.ll keep and file the s.ime
iu his office for the use of the board of
supervisors, and compile from said as
sessment roll the abstract required by
section 23 of the revenue law, adding
thereto a.iy property subject to taxa
tion as certified by the state auditor
under section 17 of said revenue law.
Sec. 5. If in any year the assess
ment roll of any town shall not be made
oat and returned co the county clerk
as hereinbefore provided, the board of
supervisors shall, for such year, cause
a tax list or assessment roll to be made
out from the last assessment rolls of
such town, making such additions there
to and altera ions therein as they may
deem j.ist and equitable, which taxli3t
or roll so made out shall be acted on
and enforced, and ti l taxes specified
therein shall be collected in like man
ner its if such roll h id been mide out
and returned the same year, as provid
ed by law.
Skc. 6. The board of supervisors
shall constitute a board of equalization
in their county, and shall hold a session
of at least Lwo days, commencing on
the third Mond ty in April of each year.
They shall examine .he assessment
rolls in their county, and sha 1 ascertain
whether the valuation of real nstate in
each town bears a just relation or pro
portion to tho valuation in all to win of
the county ; and they may increase or
diminish the aggregate valuation of
real estate in any town as much per
centum a may in their opinion be ne
cessary to produce a just relation be
tween all the valuations of real estate
in the county, and the amount so added
or deducted in esch case shall be enter
ed upon their records ;but in no instance
shall they reduce the aggregate valua
tion of all the towns below the aggre
gate thereof as made by the assessor
and equalized by the town board of
equalization.
Sec. 7. Said county board shall al
so make such alterations as may be ne
cessary in the description of lands or
lots upon said assessment roll.
Sec. 8. Tbf county board of super
visors shall me'on the second Monday
in June in each year to ascertain and
determine the amount of taxes necess
ary to be raised by tax for all county
purposes for the use of the resiective
funds of said county, not exceeding tho
amount allowed by law to be raised for
such purposes or funds, and not includ
ing taxe3 authorized herein to be vote !
by the elec-ors at town meetings, and
apportion such amount, together with
the amount of state taxes and school
district taxes authorized and required
to be raised in such county, among the
several towns therein, in proportion to
the vain ition of taxable property there
in, for the yar, as equalized by the
board ; and every such determination
and apportionment shall be eatered at
large upon their records.
Sec. 9. Upon the correction of the
assessment roll, equalization of prop
erty, and levy of taxes as hereinbefore
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county Clerk to transmit to each town
and city clerk on or before the third
Monday in July, the assessment roll so
corrected, with a certificate of the sev
eral amounts apportioned, to bo assess
ed upon th taxable property of such
towns and cities, sonifying in such
certificate the total amounts sep irately
for state, county, aud school purposes.
Sec. 10. It shall be the duty of each
town and city clerk, immediately upon
the receipt of the corrected assessment
roll and the certificate aforesaid, to cal
culate and cirry oui thereon, in col
umns arranged for that pnrpose, taxes
iu the following order; State general
fund, in one column; all other state
fund in one column;, county general
fund in one column; county sinking
fund in one column; and all other
Co, funds In one column ; school district
taxes in one column, specifying the
number of the district; town, road and
poll taxes each in separate columns.
specifying the number of the road dis
trict; setting opposite to the several
sums set down, as the valuation of real
and personal property, the respective
sums assessed as taxes th reon, in dol
lars and cents, rejecting fractious of a
cent.
Sec 11. On or before the second
Monday in September, the said town
or city clerk shall make out a faircopy
of said assessment roll, when thus com
pleted, in a book providel for that pur
pose, ana aeiiver the earns to the town
or city treasurer; but sucn copy shall
not bs delivered to such town or city
treasurer unless he shul h ive executed
the bond hereinafter required.
Sec. 12. To each tax roil so deliver
ed, a warrant unler the hand of the
town clerk shall be anaexed, suustanti
ally as follows:
"The S:a e of Nebraska, to.... town
treasurer of the town of in the
ounty of You are hereby com
manded to collect from eaclf of the
persons, and .corporations, namhiB the
annexed tax?: i sr. and of the owners of
real estate described therein, the taxe3
set down in such list; and in case
any psrson or corporation, upon
whom any such sum or tax' U
imposed, shall refuse or neglect to pay
the same within the time pre icribed
by law, you are to levy aud codect.Jhe
same by distress, and sale of the goods
and chattels of the person of corpora
tion so taxed ; and out of the mosey
so to be co'Iected, after deducting your
fees, you are first to pay to the treas
ury of said county the sum of
for State and county taxes; you are to
pay said treasury, the sum of
for school district taxes of ;
and to the road supervisors of tho .
proper road districts the sum of ..... .
for road and poll taxes, on or before
the first day of FeLruary next, by
which day you are further required to
make return to said county treasurer
of this warrant with the tax list an
nexed, together with your doiugs there
on as provided by law.
Given under my hand this day
of
Clerk of said town."
Sec. 13. As soon as the 10 wn clerk
shall have dedvered the tax list and
warrant to the town treasurer, as afore
sa'd, he shall make a memorandum or
entry thereof, and charge to each tieas
urer - he amount of the town and other
local taxes, if any, in a book kept by '
him for that purpose.
Sec. 14. The warrant for the col
lection ef State and county taxes in
any city of the first or second class in
any county governed oy this act, shall
be made out and fcigneu by the clerk of
such city, and annexed by him to a
copy of the assessment rolis of the re
spective ward?, which he shall prepare
in one book, and Iw delivered to the
city treasurer, who shall proceed in the
collection thereof in like manner as he
is required by the acts governing such
cities, to collect city taxes; and he
shall make return thereof uuder oath
to the county treasurer, in the like
time, and in the same manner as near
ly as practicable as town treasurers
are required to make their returns in
like cases; and taxes for city or other
local purposes, may be collected with
th Sta:e and county taxes, when so or-,
dered by tht city council.
Sec. 15. The town treasurer shall
be a collector of taxes in his town, and
shall giva bond in double the sum or
dered to be codec. ed as taxes as s ated
iu the warrant, with three or more
good and sufficient sureties, worth in
the aggregate the amjunt nain?d in
such bond, over and above their pres- .
ent indebted nes, and affidavits of the
sureties showing th- value of property
owned oy each, and subject to levy and
sale upon execution iu this State, shall
be made and a t ached to such bond.
Such bond shall lie approved by the
town cierk, and filed and recorded in
his o-fiew. Similar bonds for the collec
tion of State and county taxes in cities
of the first and second class, shall be
given by the city treasurer and approv
ed by the city clerk. Any such officer
failing to give such bond shall forfeit
his office.
COXTTXrED KEXT WEEK.
Corn aad Hogs,
From carefully conducted experi
ments by different persons, it has been
ascertained that one bushel of corn
will make a little moro than ten pounds
of pork, gross. Taking the result as a
basis, the following deductions a.-
made, which all our farmers would do
well to lay by for a convenient refer
ence, that;
When corn slls at 12J cents per
bushel, pork costs 1 v cents par pound.
When corn costs 17 cents per bushel,
pork costs 2 cents per pound.
When corn costs 25 cints per bushel,
pork costs 3 cents ier pound.
When corn costs S3 ceais per bushel,
pork costs 4 cents per pound.
Whdn corn costs CO cents par bush
el, pork costs 5 cents per pound.
The following statement shows what
the farmer realizes on his corn when,'
sold on the terms of pork.
When pork fells at 3 cents per pound,
it brings 25 cents per bashsl in corn.
When po k sells ar 4 cents per pound
it brings 32 cents per b shel in corn.
When pork sells at 5 cents per pound'
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