Detroit Free Press, September 14, 1881

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Detroit Free Press, September 14, 1881 - all The machinery destroyed was, in most...
all The machinery destroyed was, in most Instonces- Instonces- nevr. PAUL WEITZEL safe. Mr. Mclntyre said that Paul We!el, formerly a. member of tho Detroit police torce ana wen Known here, who was reported as missing, is safe. His wife and family, except one son, were burned to death. As to the taxes, Mr. Mclntyre said that the peo ple were not able to pay them, and he thought it would be too late to take action towards relieving them in this respect at the probable special session of the Legislature to be neia next renruary.,;- renruary.,;- The THE

Clipped from Detroit Free Press14 Sep 1881, WedPage 1

Detroit Free Press (Detroit, Michigan)14 Sep 1881, WedPage 1
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