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ALPENA WEEKLY ARGUS.
Advertisements must bo handed by Tuesday night to eecuro insertion in the same week's issue of the Arqu we Our Reporter on the Ale it. Old papers for sale at this office. Barr's Ague Medicine is ohl for one dollar per bottle. The Band will play Monday And Thursday evenings of each week at their stand, weather permitting. Gregory's Ointment is in good de mand. Whitney is the cheapest plact) in the city to get Medicines. When wo ace two young men walk ing the street in company with ono young lady, and ono chap knocks off the other's hat, which receives a kick by the lady, wo think well, yes do. Two hundred bushels of new pota toes at A. L. Power & Go's. l)oanc, Bingham & Co., have built a convenient office near their planing mill. Splendid cap honey at A, L. Power & Co's. On Monday the wife of a, man who is in the habit of imbibing in greased lightning, walked into a saloon, took her husband by tho arm, and marched him home. Barr's Aguo Medicine prevents i chili after tho first dose. Best Aguo Curo for sale at "Whit Hey's drug store. Two young lads on tho north side struck out for themselves last Monday tnorning, and securing some potatoes and fish, went to the woods where they intended to remain that night. They returned with the approaching dark De8S. The Galena was the only vessel of any size in this harbor last Monday evening. new ienccs arc consnicwns in va rious parts of the city. Geo. Richardson has purchased six lots on State street, and has menced improving tho same. The finder of a bunch of four keys, "will confer a great favor on the owner, by leaving the same at this office im tttol iatcly. Lightning Fly Paper for sale at Whitney's. Barr'a Ague Medicine is a sure cure fur Chills and Fever. Chas. Cornell is building a slab and saw dust extension into the Bay, opposite his residence on State street. C. 0. Whitney's houso is progress ing finely. gg3 ncw hotel is moving along Tapidly. The sidewalks in various parts of the city are in a fearful condition worse than none at alL Any quantity of saw dust can be disposed of along tho Section Line lload. The Burrell House is having a good run. The French barber in Blackburn's building had somo trouble with the latter, on Sunday and came out with both eyes draped in mourning. Gordon Davis has drawn tho plank for a new walk in front of his prem ises, on the north side. Averill Chemical Paint for sale by the gallon, at Whitney's drug store. Barr's Ague Mcdicino is purely vegetable in its composition. Geo. Hawkins dog failed to save his shirts, watch and money. A new house is being built on Fletcher's plat, on tho Section Lino Road. In another column will be found communication from our correspondent at Kodgcr City. " . McDougall'a new house, on the north eido is walking right along. A onc-horso show visited this city last Friday and Saturday evenings. Last Thursday evening two business men of this place, thought they would try their dexterity in doffing each oth ers hats. They squared off. All. lost his hat tho first pass, but John received a tap on his smelling ap cratus tho next second, which put t finish to any further proceedings. A number of new sidewalks have been laid on Stato street. Barr's Ague Mcdicino is a most ex cellcnt tonic. ' Judge Southcrland left this city Tuesday evening. The Galena cleared this port Tues day evening, with 1,900,000 shingles, 75,000 feet of lumber, and fifty pass cngcrs. Geo. N. Fletcher left town for Dc troit, on tho Galena. 1 M. Macartney has sufficiently re covered from his illness as to bo about town again. Chas. Wurst ha removed his bar ber shop to rooms' in Blackburn's building'. Lots aro being taken up very fast neat the Union School House. . Mr. Day, from Indiana, and Miss fc'ales, from Portsmouth, afflicted, with rheumatism, aro rapidly improving in health,under treatment at the Magnetio Springs. Wm. McMabtcrs is building an ad dition in rear of his new store. A good time was had at tho Hop od Tuesday night, at tho Burrell House. Tho walls of Bolton & Mcltao'i building have reached tho top of tho first story. Tho Band stand has been beautiful ly painted by Hawkins & Kochon and from its appcaranco we Bhould judge they understand their business Prof. F. S Dewey, tho principal of of tho Union School, arrived in town yesterday. Dr. A. Jeyte has gone to Detroit on business, and will return Sunday. Chaxqe. The Peoples Liter aty Companion, a monthly paper, published by E. C. Allen & Co., at Augusta, Me., will be issued weekly on and after Oct. 1st, 1871, at the low prico of $2 per year. Keuniox. Tho Tenth Michigan Voluuteer Infantry will hold its next reunion at runt. JSept. 1st, 1871, at which time it is earnestly requested that all the members who can make it convenient will be present. T CJ -Ia n . . I'xuitE oaw xUBT. otaio street is very much in need of more saw dust, and as there is plenty of this material for p.iving, we connot see why there is not iiioro of it on this street. It would be ono of the most delightful drives in this city if properly paced. Surely the residents there ought not to wade through the sand much longer, with such quantities of saw dust to bo dis posed of. Extract of Meat. Bolton & Mcllao havo just received a large quantity of Licbig Company's Extract of Meat, manufactured in London. This article of nourishment is invalu ablo in the sick room, and as it has been something not easily obtained, the peoplo were obliged to do without it. But this difficulty is now overcome, and it can in future be purchased of Blotou & Mcllac. New Money Ouder Officfs. A number of new Order Offices have re cently been established in this State, which are as follows : nnada, Au Saublc, Byron, Clarks- ton, Decatur, DeWitt, Grand Ledge, Harrisville, Hersey, Morcnci, Mt. Morris Station, Mt. Pleasant, Ncgau- ncc, Xorthville, Petersburg!!, Pcwamo, lymouth, Beading, St. Louis, Saline, outh Haven, Stanton, and Wcnona. Another Excursion. As it was not convenient for many of our citizens to avail themselves- of the excursion on the 4th. Cant. Bovnton. of tho ' a y 7 - Galena, will make a moon-light excur sion trip to Thunder Bay Island, next Monday evening, leaving Luce's dock at 8 o'clock, and returning at midnight, thus enabling all to go who feel in clined. The Alpena Cornet Band will be in attendance, and music will bo furnished for those wishing to "trip the light fantastic toe." Blondin Outdon e. Last Thursday, young man of this city, after obtain ing the use of a sail boat, started, in company with two young ladies, for Sulphur Island. On their arrival at the Island the boat was made fast, and the young man, wishing to show his ability as a rope-walker, attempted to walk a rope across a ditch, but he had not proceeded half way when well, there was a loud Bolash. a heartv laugh from the ladies, and Will, found himself floundering in about seven feet of water. Our reporter docs not say whether Will, intends to continue tho slack ropo business, but wo should think not. sno never aroused, alio nurse, worn out with constant watching, had lai down, leaving tho husband to watch the sufferer. Soon after Mr. Hawley called her, saying that ho could not hear his wifo breathe, and upon exam ination she was found dead. Sho ha quietly passed away; Tho deceased was abdut thirty-five years of age. Sho was tho first white woman to settle west of iho North Branch. Mr. Itawley Bottled on homestead about four years ago, and by Tiard work tho family were making for themselves a comfortable home. when this calamity fell up"on thehl. Mr. Hawley is left with three children to continue the struggles of life alone He has tho heartfelt sympathy of all who knew tho family. The deceased died at the residence of J. A. Case, in this city, whero sho received every caro and attention that humanity dictated. Every thing was done to save her, but the injuries were of such a naturo as to render all means unavailing Another Cure. CiiATiiAi Ont., July 29, 71. Dr. W. J. Hoe, Consulting Physician Alpena Magnetic Springs. Dear inr: I havo Buffered from ncuralgio for three or four years, and acting on your advice, I visited Alpena and commenced using tho Magnetio water drinking and bathing. After thrco weeks I was greatly improved iu health and free from all signs of neuralgia. I writo you this that those suffering from that disease may know tho power of tho Alpena Magnetic V atcr. Mrs. J. II. Bell. T - 11 . . . 1VISAWAY. iVDOUt iZ OClOCK On Monday, tho team belonging to Will. Johnson, which was at tho planing mill for a load of lumber, became frightened, and started off at a rapid pace. On turning tho corner at Bol ton & Mcllae's store, tho wagon par ted, throwing tho lumber in all di rections, and tho horses, with tho for ward wheels, headed for tho bridge. This being turned, they attempted to stop, but ono of them was upon ono end of tho bridgo before they could come to a halt. They then started again for tho other end of the bridge, which was turned down tho stream, and would undoubtedly havo plunged into tho water, had they not been stop ped just in time. No ono was hurt, and no particular damage done. Proved Fatal. Mrs. Hawley, whom wo ppoko of last week as having accidently shot herself, died on Sunday morning. Sho was supposed to bo getting along very well tip to a few hours beforo her death. Sho had been quito deranged for two days and nights, at times al most unmanageable, requiring tho constant caro of her husband and rr . t nurso ; nut on saiuruay evening sno fell into a deep plumber from which News Items. A frightful accident occurred on tho 27th at Cement Hill, near Ron dout, N. Y. A houso, occupied by Mr. Iitzgerald, who is employed in the cement works, took fire while he was absent, and was entirely destroy- ed, consuming his wifo in the flames Nothing of the body was left but tho charred bones. Tho Apaches raided on- Camp Bowie, Arizona, running off a beef herd from within musket-shot of tho parade ground, in daylight, killing a butcher named McDougall and a Mexican. Tho troops killed several Indiana, but they carried off the herd. Wednesday night an engineer named Thomas, near Logansport, Ohio, 11" . A . 1 . . on looKing oui oi tno siuo ot tuo en gine, struck his head against a cattle hutc, and was instantly killed. lliey havo a first-class sensation near Gcrmantown, Ohio, in tho shape f many spirits in tho houses of Benj. Stiver. The. furnituro is removed, milk crocks upset, eatables disturbed, and the whole household disarranged a most extraordinary manner. There are eight members in tho fami ly, though not all residing together. This appears in an article in tho Com mercial, under oath, reciting tho cir cumstances with singular particularity. The affiants are old citizens, and have the general respect of the peoplo of that county. During tho brief storm Thursday night, which was uloro Bcvcro in the upper part of Cincinnati than at first supposed, tho lightning descended in the gas pipe of tho Church of tho col ored congregation on Broadway, and extinguished the gas, which was light ed preparatory to a wedding ceremony, and postrated the pastor, It. A. John son, so that ho was speechless for twenty minutes, though ho did not ap pear to have sustained permanent injury. The rates of freight from New York J to Cincinnati have been reduced. Bcdwolph Robinson, Librarian of the Louisiana Stato University, died on Friday. The safe of J. Kaufman, at O shorn, Ohio, was blown open Thursday night and $G00 taken therefrom. Ninety thousand baskets of peaches arrived in New York from Delaware) on Friday. Joseph Conway Brown, a leading Mason, was buried at Halifax, Nova Scotia, on Friday, with imposing Ma sonio ceremonies. Joseph II. Fore, who shot Munson Beach at St. Louis on Thursday even ing, surrendered mmscli on Jtriuay and is now1 in jail; An aged man, name unknown, wad run over by a train at the Hamilton depot in Cincinnati, on Thursday, and instantly killed. Tho New York Agricultural Edi tors arrived at Levenworth Thursday night, and werS entertained by ft ban quet at tho Planters' Houso. Tho receipts of tho New Orlcand Custom Houso during tho month of Juno were greater than during tho' same month for the past ten ycaVs. The proposed change of gaguo on thd Louisvillo & Cincinnati Short Lino Railroad was to have beed roado on Sunday, tho 30th inst., but has beed postponed until Sunday, August 13th. Wilson, tho Connecticut murderer, says ho shall want two hours' timo In which tn address tho people from the scaffold, LOOK, LOOti LOOK. The Cheapest Store in Alpena CHARLES O. WHITNEY, Druggist and Fharmocoutist DKALlCH IN Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles and Fancy Goods. A Complete stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Bruges etc.) constantly kept on hand. Particular attention paid to putting up Physicians' Prcscrip tions, both day and night. STORE OPPOSITE THE DUltUELL HOUSE. THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE ! Great Reduction in Former Prices at tho SIGIY ol" tlio RED rORTAI? ! Corner First and Water Street. Whore illll be Foiiuri A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT! Of Drugs, Chemicals, Dye Stuffy Paints, Oils, and all the Leading Patent Medicines ! Of the dar( together with a tine and well selected ttock of Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair, Flesh and Tooth Brush es, Cigars, Choice WiD.es and Liquors for Medical Purposos, ate., sto. Particular attention paid to filling I'crscriptiocs and Family Itueipes. 1 .i. T. IIOSTWICK, As't. BEWICK, COMSTOCK & CO., SELL GOODS CHEAPER! Than any other store in the O X T Y O -A- I EN A! J. P. HEALEY, DvalcT la Groceries & Provisions I At price that Defy Competition! All Good Vrca.li from the XSiitern Marlict At tLo Lowest Rates. New Store, New Goods, LOW PRICES I Tea? Sn-iry, Spice.-, Candies, Hair Oil . reiTumci -ies, Extracts, YANKEE NOTIONS, ETC., inc., ETC. new Their Stock Consists of GROCERIES! HATS, CAPS, CLOTHING, CROCKERY, Give him a call at his store, on Second Street, Where l.o la Bound MOT TO BE UNDERSOLD ! I D. G. ABEIi, Manufacturer of, nil dealer in nil kind of Chairs, Cotls, Kureniis, Lounges, 3Iatresses, GILLETT & JEFFERS, Possessed of experience of several years, Tho public need not entertain any foars That the goods wc hare on band arc of the best kind Im truth in particular, which wo hope you'll bear ill mind. Bdectou and purchased by an experienced hand, Vt'e arc not afiuid to take our stand. Knowing tho goods to giro satibfuction. Ileitis first eland, and at a great reduction. Tho wnnts of the public we are bound to supply, And nil competition we hereby defy. Our senior pni-t tier bi-in a resident Mow, 1 aluvys on the jrruiinJ to buy very low; J l.'c idy to purchase whn coods ere advancing, Withholding his purch.-mes when they nrecolhipsln tiiviug the pub'io tho benefit of tho same, Thereby hoping their custon to retain. tiillett and Jeffers are tho gents interaated. Who sell tlilr goods cheap if crcr contested; Always expecting to wll for cah. Assuring the public the tichnngo won't bo tiah Their etoro is situated in Bcebo's new block, Whero is t bo found this Ttry large stock Of Orocorics, Provisions, and even Horse feed, And everything else mankind may need. Kow in conclusion, prny giro us a call, Kxiimino our stock, great, large and small, Flattering ourselves it won't be your last. Thankful tut favors wo have had in tho post GIVE US A CALL I GiLLETT Jj- JEFFEH& FRED. S. GOODRICH "oui! respectfully inform the people of Alpena that he has established himself in tho Watch Jewelry4 BUSINESS! Looking Glasses HARDWARES PROVISIONS, CORN, OATS, HAY, And, in fact, Every thing for Family use. 1$. ft, & Co., respectfully return their thanks to tho Peo ple of Alpena, for the liheral patronage which has heen ex tended them, and promise to merit a continuance of the same, at their Old Stand, No. 2 Second street. 1 O R XA JFEXTA L Picture Frames! ll.iJe to order. Parlor Suits! Centre Tables, Both Wood and 3?ln,iii unci ITiiiicy JOB PRINTING NEATLY KXKCUTE1) AT THE AHGU8 OFFICE. 31 A K IS L E - T O P ! Extension Tables! Dewli-H Sc Cases ! Of Every Description CASKETS & BURIAL CASES Of all sites kept constantly on hand. AVurcroom, nppoitlte CHy nUerj. 1 txclk Jam s favorite ciiiux"" On Second Street, nearly Opposite iU County Clerk's OJice, Whero he will bo hnr,py to wait upon all who mnv favor him with their patronage II will at all thw keep select stock of tho best American Watches FOR LAMES Oil GEItTJ, At Detroit Prlees 1 TEWELRY, Silver and- Silver Plated Ware. A good lint of CLOCKS Always oa hand. Goods Ordered for Inspection Wititobt Extra Charge PARTICULAR ATTEJtTlOJf GIVEN TO REPAIRING FIXE JJrATCIIES,