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LOUISIAN A DEMOCAT.
THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO. MUCH.
VOL. 40. ALEXANDRIA, LA., NOVEMBER 4, 1884. NO 28
FTHE DEMOCRAT.
TERMS:
Th3e Democrat is published Tri-Week
ly-l-Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
.nrdalYqs--at Two Dollars and Fif
ty Cents per annum; (Me Dollar
and Fifty Cents for six mnonths.
Payable in advance,
Adcertisements inserted at the rate of
One Dollar per square for the first .
insertion aud Fifty Cents for each
srbsequent one. Ten lines or tess
of brevier tape constitute a square.
ITrsonal Cards, when admissable,
will be charged douUe the usul ad
vertising rates.
CARDS.
SNDREWS & FOSTER, (James
L Andrewa, T. D. Foster,) At
turnfeys at Law. Ofloe, corner of
Seennd and Washington streetse, Os
he.rr. building.
OH PRINTING NEATLY EX
S ecuted at this office. Get our
teýrma.
C ASSON, John, Physician and
} Surgý.on. Office at "residernce,
at the head of Beauregard street.
I UN'TERI, MOSELEY & HERT
i tg, Attotneys at Law. Office
on Front street, between Mnrray
and lJohnston.
OB PRINTING NEATLY EXE
t CUTED AT THIS OFFICE.
1ll CELLANEOUS. .
SPECIAL NOTIGE
Mr. Jacob Irving,
]Ias taken charge of the old relia
ble and v1ll known
IRVING HOUSE
at the "Old Place,"
Corner of Second and De Soto Sts.,
ALEXANDRIA, LA.
The publiQ can rest assured that
their every want will be filled.
Good beds, furnished rooms, and
well cooked meals at all hon-s.
WINE
OF
CARDUI
This pure wine Is a simple vege.
table extract without intoxicating
qualities, and has proved to be the
mostastonishlinTONIC FOR WOMEN
known t medieal science.
wife '" s b een en Cniate hesth foro
teen ears. She suffered ferfully every
mon aui wi p ns and excesive menaes.
of McElree's Wine of Cardli restored her
Kadcree's Wine of Cam. Is recom
mended for palinfl monthty habit,
dleult, suppressed, excessive and
irregular enses, White, alling of
the Womb, Change of Life, General
Debll*p and as a tonic for delicate
ladies. It was tested I 7000 ases
and cred osno of them. Its aston.
shin actiaon amystied Doctors, de.
lighted subrers, and restored thou. 1
sand of suelrhl womento health
1.-00 per Bottle. A xtyje-r peg
Pamphlet telling all about it free by
IATTA100A MEDMCE C.
OHATTAuooC"A, TL$ C
' To the 'Front!
THE
s WIDELY-KNOWN
Wmd Pla Storo
n Is offering no old stock
S of Dry Goods,
4--n-and-- '
i COMPLETE
L ONE
--ýT
I v
SPRICES
Any further information can be
the
ole
Polite and Attentive 2
CLERKS Go
in the employ of the house, always
ready to
Ga
8SHOW GOODS. m
of
nob
THE of
Very HIlghest Prices,,
Abh
PAID FOR ing
Country Wiqr4eql CI
CHEAP JOHN f
(JOS. LEVIN) f
Front Slreet Opgsit Ferry La nrn, d
FALL and WINTER
.---or
tr
O O in
HATS i
and
led
THAT 0C
My store is the headquarters for ev- Br
ery article of raiment worn by the c
risig generation in the way of In
CLOTHING, HATS or FUR- poi
NISHING GOODS, is an acknow- fa'
ledged fact. It is also very well S
known that any
" 501
BOY
lice
no matter whether his father fol- ly
lows the huirble though honorable
occupation of carrying the hod or
"draws a princely salary from the
Government, or the happy possessor
OF ý
sen
many shares of stock in Water or He
Gas Light Companies, will find g,
my establishment just at present a has
MINE u.
of.
of obhoice and seasonable styles in pen
nobby snits and general outfittings .mil
of the most attractive description
aiil
AT ten
mon
prices that carry out to the letter marl
our claim as being always the Go- vel
Ahead, Reliable, One-Price Cloth- tioc
ing Establishment of Alexandria, pro
- AThe
NOTES OP THE CAMPAIGN;
-" Cleveland will certainly car
ry this State," says Congressman
Mitchell, of Connettiout, and beis.
very good authority in the premises.
-Out of 582 employes of the
New York elevated roads 365 are
for Cleveland, 151 for Blaine, '30
for Butler, 13 for St, John and 28
non-committal.
-Roscoe Conkling's Utica resi
dence was brilliant illuminated at'
the Cleveland and Hendricks pa
rade in that city Monday evening.
Riscoe was not at home, however.
--It was an inspiring sight to I
see in the Chicago Blaine proession
squads of ten-year old boys carry
ing banners inscribed with the pa-t
triotic motto: "We shall vote as we
. shot." I
--Mo8weeney's reception in Chi- 1
cago last Saturday night was a
large and` enthusiastic one.. Even
the Republican organs admit there
were fully 20,000 men in the pro- d
cession. "
=-THE official majority of the a
Democratic candidate for Governor t
in West Virginia will not be known a
until the Legislature meets and 5
canvasses the returns. The unofi
Sial figures place the majority at li
4700. n
-The Prohibitionists cast votes e:
in every county in Ohio except one. i
Their largest vote was in Cnyaho- re
ga county. The Western Reserve a
counties cast 2405 votes; one-fourth r
of the Prohibition vote of the en- .
tire State.
--In *Connetticut,: where Tilden tc
had 2900 majority and Garfield Qi
2500, there are at least 3000 pledg
ed Independent Republicans, E- gi
Senator Eaton and. Gov. Waller 2;
sag there is no doubt Connetticut
will give her electoral .votes for
Cleveland.
-Five hundred members of the a
Brooklyn, N. Y., Young Republi
can inub have sent their names to
r Independent headquarters as op- b
" posed to Blaine and Logan and in
favor bf Cleveland and Hendricks. ro
Some of t6e leaders among these St
500 have been canvassing Brook- ea
lyn for names of men willing to'
join an an'ti-Blaine Young Repub
lican Club, and claim to have near
ly 2000 names. ho
ex
Plowing by Wind Power. thi
- the
The Scientific American publish- wl
es a letter froth an inventor who tr
proposes to revolutionize the pre- mi
sent system of cultivating the earth. tor
He describes a machine that is thi
rigged with large windmill sails, Ig
has a tiller for steering, will travel
up hill or down, and with the wind pe0
in any direction. A full sized one Jol
of sixty-horse power may be de- fon
pended upon to draw ten plows four bal
'miles an hour, plowing four acres der
ail hour, with but one man in at- ten
tendance. it will also harrow, and
furnish the power to isow, reap and pre
mow, thresh, grind,: carry loads to
market or inrigatelands. Will tsa- i
vel tenmiles an %onur hn any diree- bi,
tion and carry twenty passengers, a1 -
provided ther9 isa good bye. gra
The maehines are -not e'xpensixe to rl
build. Surely thbid mitist be 4*4
E$. The National Surgical Insr.
Will open a Branch at No. 166 St;;
! Charles street, New Orleans, De -
comber lst, 1884, where they will:
be be prepared to treat Surgical casei,
reClub Feet, Paralysis, and. all de
3o formities of the face, spine, lm~tb,
28 and diseases of the joints, eye and e
ear; also catarrh, piles, 'fistula, fe
si- male diseases, private diseases, etc. c
at The proprietors of the Institute i
open this office in 'New Orleans .i
accordance' with the requestof
g scores of their patros in Ml i
pi, Louisiana and Texas who to
sire to avail themselves of the re
d aced rates of travel ofered lduring
the. "World's Expositidn." thus en-e .
abling them to visit us and the IEx-:
position as well. For full partici
lars address K. H. . Boland, Secre
a tary, Atlanta, Ga.,: or 186 i.St.Ci
Charles street,. New Orleans, La
re ADVICE TO MOTHERiS-.k' ero
o. disturbed at night and broken of `
your rest by a sick child sn&tering
to and crying with pain of eatting
ýr teeth? If so, send at once and get
n a bottle of Mrs. WiSslow's .Soothing
d Sjrrup for Childrens T&efMng `Its9
i. value is incalculable. • It willl rei
t lihve the poor little sutiffrer im"
mediately. Depend upon it, nimoth
e ors, there is no mistake about it.,
It cures, dysentery and 'diarrhuea
,. regulates the-stomach and boweg'
e cures wind colie softens tile g n
h reduces inflammation, and gives
tone and energy to..the whole esv.
tem. Mr8. Wilows's Soothhing S
rup for Children Teething ias. plosant
a to the taste, and is the prese nptio
d of one of the oldest and best female
nurses and physiciains in the U.i~d
States, and is for sale by all irug
gists throughout the world. Piel
r 25 cents a bottle.
-Aw A mguts iman writes -"
lows: By a rough calculation, thi
corn on a chess board, putting 'i
grain on the 'first square and doub
ling:on each succeeding' one. ofthe }
sixty four, would; ;fll .i844,80
barns, each holding 1,000,000 bush-lii
ele of 100,000 grains each, Ibherl
round numbers.. If the nited
States made 1,800,000,000 bushels
each yogr, it would :require a litle.
over 650 years to make :et e . i
---"AcCORDING to the old' Id
hornet sign, we may look for
extraordinary severe wi . int.'Alt
the nests we have foanndthis yeMri +i '
the woods are built on the groundi
when they are suspended frqoipi ;tb
trees and high' up it is a sigýofaa
mild winter. Our old prognostia :
tore say that they have never Ie n:w
this sign to fall.-[Hartford``Tele i
gram.
Fon REs.--The desirale pro
perty (brick)- corner of Second and
Johnston streets. Large :sto d
four'rooms ini main bwl  f;-rWt-h
bakery coninected in o ete or
der. Stiable, onutbuildingsd&id oi e _N
premises.
whrbich el6es61I1 itlisbe f e
a short time sce,
grtying financial
rece faits wre#%09,O 4f
*4,U 3,leavmab$ao.~

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