sx Arbor, Marcli 9, 1885. Editor OoüBIBR: - Below picase liiiil tbe arnount paid on each $1,000.00 of ! asscssed vuluntlou for state and county purposes for the year 1SS4, jis appears by tlio rcturned tax rolls now in the romity treaur's otlee, to-wit ; Ann Arbor City, lst district 3 CO jd 2 00 Sd " 'i 11 " " Town 2 10 Auitus'a 2 10 Bridgewater 2 10 Dexter.... 110 Freedom 2 00 Lima a 01 Lodl iU I-yndon ï 30 Mancliester 3 S0 Norlhöeld Itt l'ltufleld 10 Salera - :1 8clo -'32 Snllne 'i 17 8harou 2 00 superior 2 10 Sylvan 181 Webster ï 01 Yorlc 1 90 YpHllantl Town 2 1 Ypbllantl City, lst district 2 ! ' " 2d " 2 20 Persons accustomed to revicwing the several tax rolls iu the county will besurprised at the uniformity of the state and county tax in tLe several townshlps and cities throughout the county. There is evidently a dísposltion on the part of' supervisors to assess property at neareritstrue value tlian ever before, and niien each supervisor shall assei-s tho property of bis district at its actual value, the work of eqiiiilizing will be simple and comparatively easy. The attentlOB of those pcople of this city who have been led to believo that the country towns hr.ve " salted " tho city by au extra nmount of the state and county taxea.is ruost respectfully callcd to this tablc. The average cost of the state and county tax for the past year is $2.103-3 on the f1,000.00 valuation, whilo Ann Arbor city pays but $2.06? on the $1.000.