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ALPENA WEEKLY ARGUS.
31; O .A. 31
Adfortiseincnts must bo hitnded in
by Monday morning to g'ccuro insertion
iu the same wcck'8 issue of tho Auais.
Our llcportcr on the Alert.
Old papers for ealo at this office.
Wo want money iiow if we ever did,
and all those who aro receiving the
Argus and havo not paid for their
subscription, will confer an everlasting
favor by settling tho same immediate-
Barr's Aguo Medicine is cold for
one dollar per bottle.
Ono quart of milk poured into
eleven quarts of water, costs tho citi
zens of Alpena exactly 1 ten cents per
quart.
Angus McDonald received a fall at
Barlow's Mill Tuesday, breaking threo
ribs, and sustaining other injuries. He
is now in a fair way of recovery.
Everyone can bow use Medicines
and feci that their money is well in
vested, by going to Bostwick's, next
door to tho Post Office, 6ign of tho
Bed Mortar.
On Monday evening, while tho Cor
net Baud were discoursing some, of
their beautiful music, they received a
polito invitation from Will. Hitchcock
to adjourn to the ice cream restaurant
of Fred. Goodrich, where they were
furnished with some of the best ico
cream in Alpena.
C. C. Whitney is agent for Dr. D.
Jane's Patent Medicines, and has just
received a largo stock.
v C. n. Bico and E. 0. Howard are
laying sidewalks in front of their residences.
Mark Young is building a new
liousc on Hitchcock street.
II. B. Morso is erecting a largo new
barn on his premises ou tho Bay shore.
McDado & McGinn havo finished
tho siding of their new barn, and havo
commenced painting tho sajne.
A wing is being added to tho house
.opponite tho Union School buildincr.
Barr's A true Medicine prevents a
chill after tho first dose.
Several new cross-walks have been
laid and more aro uudcr way iu differ
ent parts of tho city.
Tho new hand press for tho Pioneer
has arrived.
Tho best Cigars in tho city is at
Bostwick's, next door to tho Post Of
fice, sigu of tho lied Mortar.
Gregory, employed in Denton's meat
market, understands his business. If
.you doubt us, call and ask him which
Is tho best part of n lamb? With
excellent meat, good management, and
prompt delivery of meats purchased of
him, Denton is doing a good business.
Chas. llichardsou has purchased tho
lot between Becbc's block and tho
river, and will soon put up a building
thereon.
Tho walk on the west side of State
street is to ho continued to tho track
leading to Campbell's dock.
J The bew boat in course of construc
tion on the Bay shore, begins to as
sume tho appearance of a vessel.
Posts have been set for a new house
near Campbell's dock.
Tho residence of J. A. Caso has
been repaired.
McDougall's building, on Fletcher
street, is progressing rapidly.
Tho new residence of Moses Bing
ham, near tho planing mill, is ncaring
completion.
D. II. Viall, from Manistee, arrived
in this city on Sunday.
Dr. McSwccn arrived hero Sunday,
and departed again yesterday.
Tho place to get your Drugs and
Medicines, is at Bostwick's, next door
to' tho Post Office, sign, of tho Bed
Mortar
Barr's Aguo Medicino is a sure euro
for Chills and Fever.
Good Green Tea at Whitney's for
eighty cents. -
Tho Hop at tho Burrcll House, last
Friday night, was a pleasant affair,
and all seemed well satisfied.
A. A. Denton, the butcher, sprained
an anklo Friday
Prof. Gregory waa somewhat fa
tigued after his threo mild trip on pro
fessional business, a few days since.
Chemical Baking Powder at Whit
ney's drug store.
Tho new sign in front of tho Argus
office, painted by Chas. G oiling, is at
tracting considerable attention.
Avcrill's Chemical Paint, all shades,
and sold by the gallon, at Whitney's.
Two young men of this city went
out hunting a few days since, and shot
well, they wero shot in tho neck
with rye. ;
Barr's Aguo Medicine is a most ex
cellent tonic.
S. L. Mead, formerly clerk at Bo
rick, Comstock & Co's, is now in tho
employ of T. Luce & Co.
A workman named Gaylord, had
his hand sawed off at Harrington's
mill last Saturday afternoon.
Bichard Ambrose, painter, who has
bcra oil a visit to tho southern part of
thia State, returned on the Galena.
It. McGillis, who was taken to De
troit for selling liquor without a li
cense, returned to this city on Monday,
having settled tho matter for 850.
"Benzine" has been in good demand
thus fur this week.
Barr'H Medicines for salo at Boat
wick's. Hon. S. L. Carpenter has tendered
his resignation as Mayor of Alpena.
Barr's Agio Medicino is purely
vegetable in its composition.
Bichard Ambrose, who returned
homo on Monday, has now gone to
Ilarrisville, to do a largo job of grain
ing, and will probably bo absent about
a month.
Spiles are on the ground for tho
mammotli hotel.
Bev. A. B. Allen left town last week
for his annual vacation. Ho expects
to go to Lake Superior country, and
will return via Duluth, St. Paul and
Chicago. After next Sabbath Bev.
L. M. Hunt, of Jackson, will occupy
his pulpit during his absenco.
Tho propeller Wcnona, Capt. L. 11.
Boynton, arrived hero on her first trip
last Friday morning. She is as good
a vessel as could bo asked for, and
those taking passage on her will have
the best of care, and always feel assur
ed of having clean beds and good food.
Ed. Vail is building a new barn on
his premises.
C. Burreli is building a residence in
tho rear of the Burreli House.
J. T. Bostwick has our thanks for a
dozen excellent cigars.
Tho barn in tho rear of the Burrcll
House is to bo removed.
The afflicted from all parts of the
Union come to this city to receive tho
benefits of 'the Magnetic Springs, a
number of whom aro now stopping at
tho Burrcll House.
Godfrey & Crowcllhavo commenced
framing timbers for their building on
Second street, which is to be two largo
stores.
Next Sabbath morning and evening
Bev. II. W. Cobb, of Chicago, will
occupy tho pulpit of tho Congrega
tional Church. In tho morning ho
will preach in behalf of the American
Mi:?"MOTrry Attention.
Jo. Sherman and Miss Elizabeth
Howard were married, by Bev. F. N.
Barlow, on Tuesday evening, at tho
residence of E. G.' Howard.
Bancroft, Hon! 0. D. Congor. Bev,
Dr. W. Stoe, and Capt. S. I). Botts
ford, of Port Huron. Whilo the
steamer lay at tho dock the passengers
strolled about town, visiting tho Mag
nctio Springs, tho Burreli House, and
other places. Tho Band, which is tho
best in tho State, gavo tho gentleman
ly proprietor of this popular hotel
good seremade, which was duly appre
ciatcd. And about seven o'clock they
headed for Mackinaw, returning tho
following day, when music was again
heard at tho Burreli House, after
which they bid us us good-bye.
An afflicted mother says : "A few
days ago my little boy, fivo years old
was connncu in tuo house in conso
quenco of bad weather. As usual in
such cases, ho was extremely trouble
somo and fidgety, and, in consequence
received a number of scoldings in tho
courso of tho morning. At last ho
looked up at mo with a face full of in
dignation and exclaimed,"
"Mother, if all tho bears in the
world wero ono bear, and that bear had
a soro head, it wouldn't bo any crosscr
than you arc."
Tho People Acknowledge
THAT THE
SHAWLS
CALICOES,
BUTTONS,
Notice. Dr. Warner will remain
in town only two weeks more. Per
sons wanting operations on tho teeth
will please call early.
Dance. Tho invitation cards havo
been printed for a danco in Becbc's
Hall, on Friday evening of this week,
given by Clcwly & Thompson. Bill,
$2.50, including supper.
Titan!.
Will. Hitchcock has our thanks for
tho ice cream treat last Momlay even
ing. If tho music was as good as tho
cream wo aro satisfied. Band.
A. E. McClain would also tender
his thanks to tho Fire Company for
generously filling his cistern, ono day
last week.
FioiiT. On Monday David Broad
wood and John McGuirc, after indulg
ing freely in cucumber, got into a fight
in Campbell's saloon, on tho north
side, and McGuiro had his finger bad
ly bitten by tho other dog, whilo
Broad wood left tho sccno minus one
car, (his opponent being fond of bousc,)
and sought tho assistance of Dr. Sea
man, who dressed tho placo were oneo
was that necessary organ for hearing.
CHEAPEST PLACE TO BUY
DRY GOODS !
DRESS GOODS,
SHEETING,
TRIMMINGS,
CLOTHING,
HATS, CAPS,
BOOTS, SHOES, fc
YANKEE NOTIONS!
IS AT
A. Anspach's.
A LARGE LOT OF
HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS
JUST RECEIVED, WHICH WILL BE
Sold Very Cheap.
Call and Examine Goods and Prices
And be rnnyineed. Corner Fecond and Iliver
streets, McDonald corner, Alpena, Mich. 1
MONAGHAH & HEALY
Dealer la
A Cattive. On Saturday night
last, Geo. Howard captured a largo
owl at Campbcllvillc, and on Monday
brought it to town and gavo it to a
friend who intended to stuff it. His
owlship was fastened by a stout cord
for tho purposo of keeping until some
artificial eyes could bo procured, but
Tuesday morning ho was found untied,
and ho mado a dash for a window,
which ho wont through, and lit on tho
drug store of C. C. "Whitney, where
ho received a ball from a rifle, which
undoubtedly mado him think of
"Homo, Sweet IJomc."
"Wo have received tho Star Spangled
Banner for July. With its January
number this unequalled paper began
its ninth "year of successful publication.
It is a rich, raro and racy 40 column
paper, illustrated, devoted to literature,
poetry, wit, humor, fun, and to expos
ing swindlers and humbug. It is on
ly 75 cents a year, aud every subscri
ber receives gratis and prepaid, the
new and superb engraving, "Pioneers
of America," which cost $1,000 to en
grave. Specimens can bo scon at this
office, or will bo sent frco by address
ing Star Spangled llanner, Hillsdale,
N. II.
Excursion. On Wednesday of last
week tho Marino City had an excur
sion party on board, bound for Mack
inaw, and Luckcr Bros1 Band, of De
troit, furnished them with music.
Among tho excursionists were A. Far
ker and wife, of Uoutiac, lion. Wm,
Groceries &
Provisions !
Wines and Liquors,
At trices that
Defy Competition!
All Good Ircali front the
Eastern JMtirlcot
At the
Lowest Rates.
Tea?
Coffee?,
Sugar?,
Spice?,
Candies,
Hair Oils,
Perfumeries,
Extracts,
YANKEE NOTIONS,
THE PEOPLES' DRUG STORE!
Great Reduction In Former Prices at the
SION ol" tlio RED 3IORTAR!
Corner Flrat and Water Streets, Where will be Found
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT!
Of Drug?, Chemicals, Dye Stuff, Paints, Oils, and all the
Leading Patent Medicines !
Of the day, together with a tine and well selected a toe It of
Perfumery, Hair Oils, Hair, Flesh and Tooth Brush-
es, Cigars, Choice Win.es and Liquors ftr
Medical Purposes, etc., etc. Particular attention paid to filling rerscriptions and Family
Recipes.
1 J. T. BOSTWICK, 'Ag't.
D. G. ABER,
Manufacturer of, and dealer In all kind of
FURNITURE
Chairs
Beds,
Bureaus,
Lounges,'
Matrcsses,
Looking Glasses.
New Store,
New Goodd
LOW PRICES 1
BEWICK. COMSTOCK & CO.,
WILL
SELL GOODS CHEAPER I
Than any other store in the
O I IT Y O ALPENA
Their Stock Consists of
GROCERIES!
HATS, CAPS,
CLOTHING,
CROCKERY,
HARDWARE,
PROVISIONS,
CORN, OATS,
HAY,
And, in fact, Everything for Family use.
ETC.,
ETC.,
ETC.
Give them a call at their new
Store, on
Second Street,
Where they art Bound
NOT TO BE UNDERSOLD !
1
ORNAMENT A L
Picture Frames!
Mad. to order.
Parlor Suits!
Centre Tables,
Both Wood and
MARBLE-TOP!
Extension Tables!
Tch1ch Sc Cases!
Of Every Description!
CASKETS & BURIAL CASES
Of all aiict kept constantly oa Land.
Wareroom, Oppoalte City Oakery.
1
GILLETT & JEFFERS;
PoMc.ied of cxperirrrp rf (t.-T'-rn' ycnM,
The public need tint pi: 1 1 r'.ini ni v f irs
That the goods e i.im in lim.d ieof the best kml
la truth iu particular, which w hope you'll bear iit'
mind.
Selected and purchased by an experienced hand,
We aro not afraid to tuko our stand,
Knowing the goods to givo aatibfuction.
Being first class, and at a grout reduction.
The wanto it tho public we are bound to iupply,
And all competition we horcby dtfy.
Our aenior partner being a resident below,
la always on the ground to buy very low;
Ready to purchase when tooda fire advancing,
Withholding his purchase when they are collapsing
Oiving tho public tho benefit of the same,
Thereby hoping their custon to retain.
Oillctt and Jotters aro tho genta interested,
Who sell their goods cheap if ever contested;
Always expecting to sell for cash,
Assuring the public the exchange won't be trash.'
Their store is situated in Ectbo's new block,
Whore is to be found this very largo stock
Of Orocories, Trovisions, and even Horse feed,
And everything else mankind may need.
Now in conclusion, pray givo us a call,
Examino our stock, great, largo and small,
Flattering ourselves it won't be your last.
Thankful fur favors wo have had in the post.'
SUBSCRIBE
GIVE US A CALL !
GILLETT JEFFERS:
FOR THE
Weekly Argus I
B. C, & Co., respectfully return their thanks to the Peo
ple of Alpena, for the liberal patronage which has beeit ex
tended them, and promise to merit a continuance of the same,
at their Old Stand, No. 2 Second street. 1
LOOIi, LOOIi, LOOK.
The Cheapest Store in Alpena.
CHARLES O. WHITNEY,
Druggist and Fharmocoutist,
DEALER IN
Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumeries, Toilet Articles and
Fancy Goods. , -
A complete stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes,
etc., constantly kept on hand.
Particular attention paid to putting up Physicians' Prescrip
tions, both day and night.
STORE OPPOSITE THE DUKRELL HOUSE. 1
IPltxin unci DLTitiiey
JOB FRZ2TTZXTG
NEATLY EXECUTEP AT. THE AUG US OFFICE.
Tlio Largest Publication on
tho Lake Shore !
FRED. S. GOODRICH
Tfould rpopect.'ully inform the people of Alpena
that he has established himself in the
Watch Jewelry
BUSINESS!
2 icr Ycmr,
TNVARIBLY in ADVANCE.
"UNCLE SAM'8 FAVORITS CHILa -
On Second Street, nearly Opposite the
County Clerk's Ojfice,
Where he will bo happy to wait tipon all who may
favor him with their patronage, lie will at all times
keep a select stock of tho best
American Watches'
FOR LADIES OR GE1TT8,
At Detroit Prices !
JEWELR
Silver and Silver Plated
Ware.
A good line of
CLOCKS
Always on hand. ;
Goods Ordered for Tmtpedim JitheCi
' Extra Charge !
PARTICULAR A TTEXTWX'.
GIVEN TO REPAIRING ,
FINE WATCHES. .

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