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ALPENA WEEKLY ARGUS.
Tu O O Xu A .1 i! . . i . . . vuvcriiBcmenis must io iianucU in by Monday morning to secure Insertion in the same week's wsuc of the Auaus. Our Ilcportcr on flic Alert. Old papers for ealo at this office. ' Chills and Fever are proinptly cur ed by Hair's Ague Medicine. ' Tlio frame for a new house has been raised mt of tho M. K. Church. McDougall's new house, on Fletcher street, is enclosed, and will soon be ready to occupy. Considerable Bickncss exists in this city at present, mostly among child ren. . The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sutton died on Wednesday after noon, instead of Tuesday, as stated in Pioneer. There was a surprise party from this city visited Canipbellvillc Thursday night, and a very pleasant time was had. Potter Bros, have a largo quantity of coal on hand, which they are sell-) iiiiT :it reasonable rates. Fix ing tho Magnolia "Water to their cn tiro satisfaction. L. L. Gregory, lately emyloyed in Denton's meat market, left town for his homo in Memphis last Tuesday" evening. (Jregory is a first class butcher, ami ho leaves hosts of friends and acquaintances behind, who miss his presence. Mr. Lyndo, of Brooklyn, N. Y.f is now in this city for the purpose of testing tho waters of the Magnetic Spring for tho cure of his son of four summers, who is nfnVted with paraly. sis of the loft oZ. The child is rap idly recovering. ' Tho8. Collins was arrested by offi cer Crowley last evening, and taken to jail, for being drunk and disorderly. Rk-Uxiox. Tho third annual re union of the 4th Michigan Cavalry will take place at Kalamazoo on the 21st inst. It is earnestly requested that those of the members who can make it convenient will bo in attend ance. Half-faro tickets ran bo nrn- cured, as it takes place on ono of the days of the State Fair.' cause I love to bathe, and thotight the water would do me no harm. I soon began to feel better, and in two weeks MARRrrn. We have recited the was auite welf' but never tlimnrht it r.nrrla rf TfV twl Hf- 1VMI! n ...l.i t . . -. ' '' L'd 8 Go drich has a i nt't f1 yj' I "uuu toi, as i nau necn 10 springs ., -J8 f "an. ' y , i Smith, of Detroit, who were married ! before and was better for a time, so I THE PEOPLES' DRUG i STORE ! Great Reduction in Former Prices at the MORTAR ! Corner First a ad Water Streeu. Where will be Found are all taken the rafflo will take placo at Clewley &, Thompson's saloon. The saddle is now on exhibition at Fottcr Bros. Try your luck, and securo a ticket at once. An elegant saddle and bridle for two dollars is not to bo obtained everv dav. Alpea, Sept. 10th, 1871. ' Dr. Roe, Sir : You asked mo to write you a statement of my case and the benefit I have receive from the Alpena Sprimrs, and I will. I came here one year ago with my most hurt- A C O 171 PLETE ASSfl PTMFMT! i .Tii. " - - m iui uiicmy uyspepsia. i nau ueen trying to rid myself of it for more than twenty years. The regular prac tice, qnacks, or patents had no . power to drive it away. I have tried them all, and I camo to think it must re main with mo whilo I stopped on this earth. I came here on my trips around the lakes, which I take every summer, and go suth in the winter. This quiets the fiend somewhat. I took the baths And drank tho water, PerfUTTIPTTr TTair fill ! TTaiW PloeVi A rnV 13. not from any hope 'of cure, onlv be- " ' UU WWUA UL - i es, Cigars, Choice Wiu.es ana Liquors for D. Q. ABER, Manufacturer ot, and dealer in 11 kind of PXTRNITURE Of Drug?, Chemical., Dye Stuff, Paint, Oil?, and all the Loading Patent ; Mpdioinoo I Of the day, together with a One and well selected atoek of Medical. Purpoaee, etc., eta. . Particular attention paid to filling reracriptiona and Family ' " Eeclpei. writing paper and envelopes for Bale i very cheap. Some of the mills in this city have ceased operations for want of logs. , Largo quantities of hay are being brought to this city and stored for winter use. Barr's Ague Medicine is pleasant to take, is sure, is effective. Tho new photograph gallery, next to, tho news depot, is now doing busi ncss. Tho "P ioueer' solicits an exchange thusly : Growler, d n , X." Folkcrts & Uutterfield's ncw.storo has recently received tho cornice and been sided Chisholm street has been greatly improved by the laying of new side walks Ed. Vail's new wagon hop has been shingled The roof and cornico has been put on the new residence of C. Burrell. C. C. Whitney's new residence, on the Bay shore, is one of the finest in this city. llev. W. W. Rafter started for Pittsburgh yesterday morning, on a visit of a few weeks. The Galena left for Cleveland last Saturday night, with 110,000 feet of lumber, 140,000 lath, 1,300,000 shin .gles, and from thirty to forty passen crs. .David G. Fickes, of thcrittsburcli Chronicle, is stopping in this city for the benefit of his health o. s. w amor is drawing lumber on his preiriises for the erection of a barn Barr's Ague Medicine contains nei ther quinine or arsenic , The new barn of J. Gillett is about completed, and makes a criditablo ap pearance. Mrs. Widdis, who has becu visiting in this city far about two mouths, left for her home in Mitchell, Out., Sat . urday evening, on the Galena. Dr. Jeyto is building an addition to his residence. Nearly every day we hear of moro hogs being poisoned. Is there no way to put an end to this infernal rascality ? The Pioneer will soon bo enlarged. E. Malsh is making preparations for tho erection of a nw liquor fetore; on Second street, next to the bridge. " Will Boggs will hereafter sell fish from his boat at the bridge, as his fish market has been torn down to make room for Malsh 's store. Godfrey & Crowell's new building on Second street, is progressing finely, and when finished will bo a credit to the .proprietors, as well as a great improvement to that part of the city. v Buy Barr's .Ague Medicine as a preventative or as a cure. - A good business lot next south of .Bccbe's block, for sale. Enquiro of Geo. N. Blackburn. , Ctfpt. Smith, of East Saginaw, who has been using the Mineral Water in this city for some time, has returned to his home, very much improved in health. There will bo a meeting of the Di rectors of Thunder Bay Hirer -Boom Company, at tho office of S. L. Car penter, at two o'clock to-morrow. Ono of our city officers has detected a woman in tho act of throwing out poison to dogs and hogs. Carpenters are at work on Bolton & Mcllae s block. A Mr. Thomas, of Toledo, Ohio, is improving in health, under treatment at tho Magnetic Spring. Fred S. Goodrich has purchased tho building now occupied by him, of W. M. Sutton. Tho work on Hyatt's new residence, on Kiver street, is progressing. Barlow's mill is turning out a large quantity of superior quality of siding. Malarious Fevers yield at oneo to thti influence of Barr's Ague Medicine. Harry Black, banker, of Chatham, waited and after every meal expected a return of tho old pain but a year J T. BOSTWICK, Ag't. on Tuesday last, tho happy bride bo- ! Hr: TJi1 . . 1 -nr.... . . ....... ng huhs joiner r. mitts. Will, a return of tho old pain but a vcar r- -. ..r . - has been for a long time in the employ I has passed and I have not felt its D&VVIUK, lUIVICfrTOCK CL CO.. of the Detroit Paper Comnanv. and ! is well known to the publishers through out tho State. May their lives be long, happy and prosperous. . in "Call to Test." This is the head ing of a local notico which appears in the Dayton, Ohio, Journal, announcing that C. P. Wright & Bro 's new brand of cigars, tho "Ella of Alpena," was tho best in tho city. This bears the fingermarks of tho Weakley gentleman who had tho control of the Ella some two weeks ago, and Bailed her for his health Fkiuk of Natiue. A few days fiiiicc we saw a doublo chicken, about rcc days old, apparently in a healthy condition. They were undoubtedly hatched from a doublc-yolkcd egg. The chickens were joined together on tho backs, and when ono of Ihem was walking the other would have its feet uppermost, and thus they would co about, first ono being carried and then tho other. Erratum. In our issue of two weeks since we made mention of a marriage taking place at the Congre gational Church, which was a mistake, as tho couple wero married by Kev. . . liafter, at tho Episcopal Church. In the acknowledccmcnt of tho payment of fnsurance to Semantha Case, published last week, our sub scribcrs will please read "Homo Insur ance," instead of "House." Runaway. Yesterday about two o'clock, the team belonging to Geo. Richardson, which was hitched to a load of lumber, becamo frightened at tho whistling of tho tuff. wWn mnr tho bridge, and started up Second street at a rapid pace. When they reached River street the forward axle broke, and tho driver, Mr. Emerson, leaped to the ground, but still held fast to tho ribbons, and succeeded in stopping the horses near Potter Bros' hardware store. No damage done, ex cept tho broken axle. Change of Time. After tho next trip the steamer Galena will lcavo De troit every Saturday night at G o'clock, and arrive at Alpena eary Monday morning. Leave Alpena Tuesday night at G o'clock, arriving at Detroit Wednesday night at G o'clock. Tho Wcnona will , leave Detroit each pressure. Now I feel that theso wa ters have power to drive away dys pepsia, and I am here now for paraly- bis, and if it cures that will give it another word of praise. A word to the people of Alpena. I find many here suffering from rheu matism, dyspepsia and other wcek nesses, that these waters, if properly used, would cure. Yet they never use nor go near them. In fact, ono lady told me that she had never seen them, a proof that we grow weaker but not wiser, clso wo would cling to the old addaged, of "far fetched and dear bought, no profit in his own country, or no good at home," etc., etc. That this may induce many to drink of, and bathe in theso waters and bo cured, is tho sincere wUh of Mrs. J. Warner. WILL SELL GOODS CHEAPER! ' ; ; Than any other store in the CITY O TP A LPENA Chain, Reds; Bureaus, Lounge, 3Iatre8scs, Looking Glasses. bilk A MEXTA L Picture Frames! r.MaJ to order. I Parlor Suite! Centre Tables, Both Woo J and Their Stock Consists of CLOTHING, Sews Item. Tho Muskegon papers are bitterly disappointed in their new court-house. and denounce contractors and archi tect in unmeasured terms. A national bank, with a capital of $50,000, is to bo organized and will soon go into operation at Ludington. Charles L. Ilulett. of Jackson, a brakeman on tho Air Line Railroad, had his hand crushed while coupling at Concord, on tho Cth. Tho Township of Alpine has been entere'd at tho Grand Rapids ' tlnidfr Fair to compete for tho fifty dollars premium offered for the best grain and fruit town in tho State. iiumiu iucu-uji, an oiu resident oil-. - ,, , m St, Joseph county, died at his resi: JJ. AJxlJ XA A H.KS ueneo in Constantino, on the 2d. Mr. Metcalf was born in Xew York in 1818, and had lived in Michigan sinco 1838. Tho Northwestern Mills, at Mil waukee, were partially destroyed .by CfYT'Kr C A Fffi fire Thursday evening, tnvoih.-r irW), " ...... their contents of wheat and flour. Loss about $8,000. ;- -; A project is on foot for buildinc a narrow gagueailroad from Paducah, Kentucky, to Harris, Tennessee, and is received with much favor along tho line of the proposed route. ' In Cincinnati, Friday evening, Jas. Claney, while drunk, threw a brick at John Hillman, missing his object but hitting a laborer named John Martin, working in a cellar,' breaking his skull and producing death in four hours. If it reported that a Cairo detective lOirr O-oodLs 2 GROCER IESI HATS, CAPS, CROCKERY PROVISIONS, If HAY, Arid,' in fact, Everything for Family use: Wednediy night at 0 o'clock, and ar rive nt Alin'llU IVi'LlV inm-lllnr - ! hns Miff !ff ll 111 dianrtvarSnn n,1 n - J f-1 -" w muu ai- Leave Alpena every Sat.m!ay night ' resting tho parties who perpetrated at G o'clock, and Jirrlvn nt, l)itrnil ! tllfl rpppnt ornrnai rnMm nt Ar,..,.. Sunday night at C o'clock. T. Luce & Co., freight and passenger agents for Alpena. Raffle. W. M. Fosdick has beautiful Mexican Saddle and Bridle, valued at SSoO, which ho offers td dis pose of at rafHo' as soon as the tickets aro sold. Thcro are one hundred tick ets, at two dollars each, and are for s'alo at the Run-elf Ilmis . Vt . - vttvi Bro&V hardware store," Clewley & Thomnson's unlnnn hv Hfi VAt..V.1, Ont., and his wife re in this city, us. Und at this flico. When the tickets' i Bonox & McRae's Rlock. The brick work on this beautiful struc'turo has been completed, and when tho wood work is finished it will bo the best and handsomest building in the city, and reflects great credit on'tfii gentlemanly proprietors. Tho roof will be tinned. Tho third floor will be finished off for a Masonic Hall, and will mako ono of the' finest in the State. One of tho stores will bo oc cupied by Rolton & McRae, who in tend to do an extensive trade, both in wholesale and retail. , A flair staff has been placed upon the buildinir. from which floats the Stars and Stripes.. on the Mobile A Ohio Kailroad. It is said that they are rilen who lire in the vicinity, and therefore unsuspect cd. 1 An authenticated letter, sent in 18G8 by tho Corcan Government to the Commander of tho United States war vessel, Wachusctt, is published in tho Shanghai newspapers. This letter, friendly and conciliatory in tone, was delayed for a few hours, and in the meantime tho Wachusctt sailed. Bloodshed has been the consequences, Tho Bright prejury case is on trial at Indianapolis. J udgo Wm. Livingston suicided at Virginia City Thursday by taking morphine, financial troubles wero tho cause. A convention of the Northwestern Woman's Suffrage Association will bo eld in Indianapolis on the 15th and lGth of November. The ship Sir Robert reel, form Lon don to New York, during her passago shipped a Bca, instantly killing her first officer, Thos. Fell. . The Knights Templar of Hartford, Conn., decorated the grave of ex-Gov., Thomas II. Seymour, on the 3d, with formal crrcmonfei. ' 7 ' 1 .re B. C., & Co., respectfully return their thanks to the Peo pie of Alpena', for tho liber.il patronage which has been ex tended them, and promise to merit a continuance of the same, Mt their Old Stand, No. 2 SoooikI street. 1 MARBLE-TOP! Extension Tables! ICBli Ac Cases! Of Every Description ! CASKETS & BURIAL CASES Of all iiit kept eonftimtlj oil Uni. IVareroom, Opposite CUr Bakery. 1 Tho People AcknoivleU THAT TUB CHEAPEST PLACE TO Bllf DRY GOODS ! DRESS GOODS, ' ' SHAWLS; SHEETING, CALICOES, TRIMMINGS, BUTTONS, CLOTHING, HATS. GAPS; BOOTS, SHOES, A YANKEE NOTlbNs! 13 AT A. Anspach's. A LARGE LOT OF HOOP SKIRTS & CORSETS JUST RECEIVED, WltlCn WILL I K Sold Very Cheap. j Call and Ejcauune CvvJit vml Privet f ApJ be convinced. Corner Rwrond ntj Hirer tract. VcIonaldi comer, A I porn, Mich. 1 Wind me with cmrp, and treat mo well. And to you true time I will toll j Hat if by chance 1 full and (tor , l'leane take mo to the Jewelry Khop ! The underlined keep conitantlr on hand a rooi upply of Clocks, Jewel ryj Silver Cups; Silver Ring?; FOR THE Weekly Argiis Vatches, Gold Pens; Gold Iiing-,' Thimble?; Silver arid Plated Spoons and Fork.; Pocket Knives Cartridge.; Watch Guards, And everything in their line, whirfi tLer will SELL CHEAP I REP aTr ING bone neatly tfii promptly, and oil work warranto.' CALL AXD EXAMIXE GOODS: I titrnm V SperrhlT. FRED. S. GOODRICH Would respectfully iuforrn the people of Alpena that he hat established himself in the WatchJ Jewelry SusittEsst ' ioOK, r,fc?OK, LOOk; The Cheapest Store in Alpena. OHAlRLES O. WITITNTCV. Druggist and Fharmocoutiot,' , , ' DEALER IJT Drugs, Patent Medicines, Perfumeries; Toilet, Articles and A complete stock of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Paint Brushes .. inc., constantly Kept on nana. Particular attention paid to puttiner lin Physic'.. i'n PVorTrv tions, both day and night. . . , STORE OPPOSITE THE BURItELL IIOUS 1 DPlniijL and F'tinoy ; i. i. i job print lira Tiife Largest Publication on tho Lake Shore ! 2 ;ikr Yefrta . t NEATLY EXECUTED AT THE ARGUS OFFIcfc INVARIBLY in ADVANCE. wcli bams rAVonrre cnn.n- On Second Street, nearly Opp'otiU III County Clerk t Office, Where he will be happy to wait upon all who tnor tayor htm with their tatronan. n . n keep a wlect atock of the bctt ... American Watchecj FOR LADIES OR OETfTS, At Detroit i'rices i Jewelry? Silver and Silver Plated Ware: A ftod Hits ef c a o c s Alwayaen hand. W On?rrf,f fo, IrtfVrfioK TJ'MnJ Ewtra Cmujc ! PARTICULAR ATTEXTIoff. GIVEX TO REPAtRtXG t FIXE WATCHES:.