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PROCEEDINGS OF THE COUNTY BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
the same certificate being void for the reason of a double assessment, and re quests that the amount mentioned be refunded to him as provided by law. Dated, Manitowoc Wis., May 12th, 1900. Adolph Wallich. STATE OF WISCONSIN ) County of Manitowoc f Adolph Wallich being duly sworn says that the foregoing demand is just and true and that no part thereof has been paid. Adolph Wallich. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of May, 1900. (Certificate attached.) H. A. Mueller Notary Public, Wis. On motion duly carried said petition was referred to committee on illegal assessment. PETITION NO. 3, Petition No. 3 was presented and read as follows; To the Hon., the Chairman and Board sf Supervisors of the county of Manitowoc , Iris. ; The undersigned herewith presents to your honorable body, Tax Certificate No. 02, Tax sale of 1894, amount $8.36-100, the said certificate being void for the reason of a defective description, and requests that the amount men tioned be refunded to him as provided by law. Dated Manitowoc, Wis., May 14th 1900. Emil Seitz. STATE OF WISCONSIN Manitowoc County Emil Seitz being duly sworn says that the foregoing demand is just and true and that no part thereof has been paid. Emil Seitz. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day ol May, 1900. (Certificate attached.) A. H. Zander, Cos. Clerk. On motion duly carried said petition was referred to committee on illegal assessment. PETITION NO. 4. Petition No 4 was presented and read as follows : To The County Board of Supervisors, Manitowoc County, Wis. SJO 71 Ain’t o 5 S. Description Sale S B Remark* and Reason Why County Liable, ~ B * o. Certificate redeemed by 1988 1860 Lot 11 H1k.324 .92 4.26 8. Bartfort and paid to Cos. Trea* Oct 28-S6 4.26 361 1863 NE%NES4 11 19 21 4.70 8.50 A. Woodrath Oct. 13th ISB6, not paid 8.50 349 1864 NEMNEgII 19 21 3.12 5.00 ‘ “ “ “ “ “ ‘ 5.00 2476 1867 Lot 3 Blk. 54 Two Rivers 7.54 8.45 A. Niquette May 20th 1867 “ “ 8.45 460 1867 SWKNWK 26 19 23 13.38 32.63 Wittenberg Sheriff Feb. 12 1873 paid Cos. Treas. Oct. 28th 1880 32.63 454 1862 SKV,SE\ 20 19 21 3.62 9.05 Chris. Krueger Aug. 31 1868 not paid 9.05 582 1862 SWXSIh 13 19 22 379 11.81 W. Murphy, with, not paid 11.81 23 W)SSWS<SI9 23 i8.73 17.6S Sept 19 1868 with. “ “ 17.65 97.35 97.35 Tot6l amount $97.35. Without Interest. Franzisks Uach. STATE OF WISCONSIN ) 8S Manitowoc County j a Manitowoc Nov. Bth 1899. Mrs. Franziska Bach personally appeared before me and being duly sworn deposes and says that she is the owner of the Tax certificates set forth in the foregoing schedule, thatforreasonsexplainedunderremarks, hereto attached to this schedule, the amount for said tax certificates should be paid to her as the same having been paid to the said county and the money for samestill remain ing in said County Treas. or Clerk’s office, that such is the case of her own knowledge, information and belief and demands payment for said Tax Certificates $97.35-100. John Franz, Notary Public. Franziska Bach. On Motion duly carried said petition was referred to committee on illegal assessment. 3