Business & Professional Notices from 1890

John [sic] T. Rorick, the late democratic postmaster of Bad Axe, was responsible for a registered letter which disappeared about the day that his republican successor took charge of affairs. A government official accused Rorick with having the letter and the democratic ex-official finally produced the missing missive. (Muskegon Chronicle, May 9, 1890)

T.A.E. and J.C. Weadock have commenced suit on behalf of J.T. Rorick, formerly postmaster at Bad Axe against the Detroit Tribune for $5,000 damages for alleged libel. During Mr. Rorick’s term of office a registered letter was lost and in referring to the matter the Detroit Tribune intimated that the postmaster knew where it was. (Bay City Evening Press, May 26, 1890)

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