Eacink, Wis., (Xt 4.- Several boys standing on the beacti ne ir Eightli street found a relie of the ül-fat.id üoodrich steamer, Alpena, wnich was wrecked dui'mg the storm of Ootober 16 and 17, in 1S80. It was the head of a cot mude of canvass, three feet three inches wide with two pieces of oak wood at the ends. In the center was marked the words in black ink Steamer Alpena, No. 10. Eighty persons lost their lives by the wreek. Only three or four bodies, and yery few pieees of tlie wreek ever found their way ashore.