TIIE DAIf/T CHBQNietS, JUNE 4, 1891, -METEOROLOGICAL Local M%60rologicttlReport taken by G. H. Gree»e today at weene's drug •tore. ' ,._• . •_ , ran. BABOMBTB*.* -to 40 29 300 29.320 " WIND. NK' • NB Highest. 58; lowest, 45. ', . By "registering tnermouieter for the last34 hours. After the first -of June notices of en-, tertainments, socials, lectures, etc., where an adoiissin fee or charge of any nature is made will be charged lot ftt the rate of insertion* five cents a line for each We are in receipt of a copy of the Michigan Manual for 1801. MM. Eastman and daughters Misses Anna and Grace, of New York; are vis iting relatives in this city. ^ ~; I ••- • ' •• • Frances Kearney, of Jackson, a&< Mitt Ella Corrigan .were married«at St Mary's church this morning by Rev. Fr Baart. ^ Sunday, June U, begras the com mencement week exercises at Olive college. On Wednesday occurs the dedication of the new hall and on Thursday the commencement exorcises James T. Downs, Flone, Miss ; 49 Susan E. Fox, Fredonia 20 J. W. Fletcher, St. Joseph.......... 5 Rhoda Garrish and Lucy Little, Dennison, Tex /. .,-• 40 Leonine Fox,"Washington, D. C— Mary .Houston, Fredonia __ John Houston, Marshall ^..... 40 iartiet B. Huston, Marshall.; — <. iO Charles Hutchinson, Ann Arbor 10 larriei Hutshinson, Emmett 88 E. J. Kirby, Marshall 8 Thomas Knight, Marshall township. 10 Josiah pepper, Marshall 50 Mrs. Selina Lewis, Marshall 0 Leroy L. Lewis, Emrnett 20 Lydia A. M. Little, Painsville, O.... 20 Eliza H. Nash, Marshall^ .40 S. F, Snyder, Marshall...'.....i —. 10 John G. Sheffield,, Battle Ore N ek,.... 50 Margaret A, Sheffield, Battle Creek. 10 Caroline H. Tyler, Marshall. 20 Harriet E. Wattle, Battle Creek..... 12 The Kirbjr defalcation is still the only thing to be heard anywhere m this city. The true state of affairs was first known last Thursday night. Bank Examiner Wing had been at work looking over the accounts and in the evening got around to count the cash. He told Mr. Kirby to bring on his funds and he commenced on ttfe gold first. After that was"counted Kirby said he would Are You In It? • We have reference io house cleaning. .// yon have commenced that semi-annual job, yoii ] h'-'.ce no donU ascertained that many articles of Furni,* 'i v need to- placing, or the changes you have maao wiu • uimit ol adding some new piece. ' If So Call at F. B. Snyder's, and look over his large and elegant stock o/ Parlor * Suits, Bedroom Suits, Fancy Chairs, Dinning Room Chairs, Tables, and everything else kept in a first classyurniture store. These pleasant even i.qs yon want to try . , ,. . . And Get Out and wheel the baby around in one of those handsome \ Cabs, which are so cheap that one can afford ioihrow ' away the old one and get a new one. A lull line at, Casket and Undertakers Goods. proper, with the alumni dinner at ono o'clock p, m. 3.T. Calmer, »n old resident of this county, died at his home just south of this pity, at nine o'clock last evening. Mr. Palmer had been,sick for some little time past and his death was not unlocked for. The funeral will tal^e place from his late residence Friday afternoon at 2:80 o'clpck. 'TheAcorb Band of the Presbyterian sabbath school, assisted by the Juvenile Orchestra, will give an entertainment tomorrow,evening, June 5th, in the parlors of the church, consisting of music, recitations and a missionary exercifs OH Africa. Entertainment commences at eigtoV o'clock local time. Admission ten bents. The committee of the Macabees, having in charge the parade of June llth, today received word from Central City .Tent, of Jackson, that they will be hero i'ja.^ body. Our article last evening was in error in saying that there would b»-. a banquet at the park.'»It will probably be at Eagle Opera House. Central City Tent has 416 members Niles Star: The newsboys on the Michigan Central trains through this fcity are all stirred up owing to the spotter system which has recently been iu- augurated^y the news company. The hoys have been in the habit of carrying lilies ot tafiboed literature, upon vfeich they realized handsome returns, audthe ' practice has become so general and the put it away, but the examiner told him to let it stay where it was until he got through. It was evidently Kirby's in-, lention to have taken the gold tothd safe and then to have brought it out and had it counted again, but he was foiled in this. The cash produced was counted and Mr. Wing told Kirby to bring it along and was informed that he had it all. The figures were soon computed and the funds were found to be $38,305.50 short. Mr.' Wing asked where the money had gonfe and Kirby told him that he had invested it in wheat options, and bcga4& him not to expose the affair, as he would be able to put it back in suiay or two as soon as he closed- out ins wheat deals. Mr. Wing informed Kirffy that he did not intend,to compound a felony by any such action on his p_art. The cashier, J. K. Bqntley, was 'notified that night about 11 o'clock and the other officers informed the next day. Mr. Kirby transferred all his property to G, W. To Speculators. I AM MAKING A Bentley and it was the intension of the intention of the bank cficials'to continue business and not uake the matter publie> but later developemerits changed their minds and they concluded to close autj-place the institution in the hands of the bank examiner. Tfte way Kirby worked so as 'not to be detected is as follows: The bank was obliged to keep^a certain amount of cash in reserve; this was counted and placed in the safe, .not to be touched and was not counted again some times 1 will clear out my entire stock of CrockeiV, Glassware, Hanging LaaiDS AND EVERYTHING IN THE CROCKERY LINE. I Have the largest Line of • CROCKERY MD GLASS WARE' In the city, and will sell at ACTUAL COST FOR SPOT CAEfi This isja picnic, i want to get out ot u;->_ (rockery business to make room for another line, of goods. ,- * • RICHARD BUTLER. for months. He used this money and also drew drafts for large amounts and made small entries on the stubs, using the names of diflerept depositors.' He took/mopey from the reserve fund t pay the small nnieunts he put on th stub, These drafts wer&taken to pay wheat margins. • • * If is impossible to give the amount of the shortage until the boeis have been gone over, but it will-be at least $45,000. The bank has already realized something on the wheat deals, and expect to get about 118,000 altogether. The other property turned over is valued at $1,000, making $22,000 altogether. His bondsmes are good for the amount of his bond $85,000, which with __ the $33,000 will ^make good; the deficit, ii «'Bentley, Marshal township... DO I The bot^d is eigned by G. W.and Jo- Jofleph Benttey estate, Marshall tp.. 40 seph Bentley, aud will have fe J«(met cVkT Bentley, MarshaU township... 201 by G. W. and the heirs ofJosepb^Bent G. C. ifBttey* ^rshall towniship... 20 j. E. Benti«y, MaretoU township.. .128 A. Bewiett. Sr.; Marthall township. 10 Kkthan Benedict, Marshall ; 15 Ju4eth J. BordweU, ^torth Ontario, Qal I..::."....-.' William Cook, flomer 'books so obscene in many cases that the company has for several days been overhauling the boys' outfits just as they arrivu and depart from the city. One fellow who lives in Jackson was caught with such books in his trunk and was immediately discharged, so that he had to, pay his fare home-to Jackson, its the company would not permit him to complete hia round trip. ' We give-betpw s the stockholders of ihe National City Bank and the number ol shares held by each. The capi- t»l stock of th* bank was $100,000, the abftfea being $WO each. Sarah Aleian4er estate, Marshall... 40 5. Aldricb, Marefcall...-..:'..?.' 18 i. Marshall ..,18 •The Old Doctor Will Be Here Without any Mistake on the date mentioned. » W . fj VIUU JU* • ^f^^* x>» •*»••• •^"^' -»-- — ---^ — -r-tf T John Houston informs us that Kirbjr took $1,300 in cafh from the bank Saturday before be left town. , Bank Examiner A. E. Wing arrived this morning'and now has charge of the bank. * This extensive experience with of patients enables me to care every car»We case. Those afflicted with ^iaeasea ot the . LftBgs, Thifoat, Heart,. layer, Kidneyu, Nfervea Brain, or Buffericg from Khenmatiflin, Kcu- ralgi4.'4|pbil>ty, YoathloJ ludiacjftton*, Can- cerSj-CiraL ^ores, Toxaors, F»te. W ^3feronw Ailment, are invited to call ana examine my record of CASKS COBJCD, when ' hop* of core had been abandoned. Candid in my examinafinsj reaaoiiabla ir ay charges, and never encourage wiihoSt » surety of Boooeea ; LA POBTK, ISP., June 25U», 1889. pr. F. B. Brewer, Kvaueton, HL — DCAB- BIHI i According to reqacat I now write to you. I ai4 vf ry maoh. pleased with the re* Bolt of yoor treatment. l>iave been greatly .relieved, of Ay bronchial iroablo*. and *m euro that I am mucU beitoi oC my kidney and heart flroablea. I am altogether better than I waa when I ar»; bj>gaa yoar treatment. ' ...... I wool 1 ohearfdUy reoommeal to whom it" may concern,' your method o( treatanant, for H it aurpaabes that of any other 'phyuioian-l know qf. YQOT. BoooQBelw tl» baat reoom tneadatioul can give youT* - .; . Yoore very respectfolly 'WTN B. NILE8. »i«.^» •>••* ••--••• » -*rr-- W- T.i^Jf ft* - - F.W.Dtokey,M»r»b*ll Volttuteera U. Q. Peasjou Ciaiai A^ut a-ii Natwry : Pbwjix bopse^ oa T|aai^da;,"7Uie Io U of Jam> At 9*ttle . • --- \ "'. .
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