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Paying The Liquor Tax

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Parent Issue
Day
11
Month
May
Year
1888
Copyright
Public Domain
OCR Text

The eounty treasurer up to yesterday iiooii had received 14,460 liquor.tax. The four brewers of the eounty, Hardinghaus and Martin & Fisher, of this city, L. Z. Foerster, of Ypsilanti, and John Koen, of Manchester, had all paid their tax. The saloonkeepers who have paid their tax are as follows: Ann Arbor city, $500.- Fred Besluier, William L. Frank, C. Franz Kapp, John Reynolds, August Hflrz, William H. Mclntyre, Chas. Binder, George Clarken, William Goetz, Fred Brown. Ann Arbor city, $300.- Gottlieb Knapp, Chris Gauss, H. C. Exinger, John Snyder. Chelsea- F. and T. McJJ amara, S500; Fred Frey, $500; Catherine Girbach, f300; Stephen Clark, $500; Chris Klein, 8500; Dexter- John Bohnet, $500; Patrick Fitzsimmous, S500; Chris. Loefller, SóOO; L. V. Hall, S300; l'eter Guiñan L300. Manchester- Jacob F. Miller, 3500; H. J. Burtis, 3300; William Kirchgessner, 8500; W. H. Lahr, 3500. Saline- John G. Frank, $500; Otta Jarrandt, 5500; John Schafer, $500. Bridge water- L. Z. Foerster, 300. Lodi- John F. Lutz, S300. Vpsilanti- Geo. W. Oady, $500.

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Subjects
Ann Arbor Argus
Old News