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L0IJSIANA __M0RAT
THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH.
VOL. 40. ALEXANDRIA, LA., NOVEMBER 8, 1884. NO. 29
iw~lmnOi i 29 Klan
T'I'e DEMOCRAT.
TERMS:
17he Democrat is published Tri- Week.
ly--Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sat
urldrs--at Two Dollars and Fif
tq Cents per annum; One Dollar
and Fifty Cents for six months.
PA/able in advance.
A drertisenaents inserted at the rate qo
One Dollar per square for the first
insertion and 1 ifty Cents for each
.subs.equent one. Ten lines or less
o' brerier type constitute a square.
Personal Cards, when admissable,
will be charged double the usual ad
,rt;s'.:q rate's.
\ N) icWS & FO()S'1ER, (Jrtne's
A IIe,,', T I). F*Nr.tr,) At'
itil u,"} ,+ It L Oll.ii', cornelr of
?;.r,1 avid Il1'n'hiisgIon tctneeti, osl.
JOBJ PRIN'ING NEAT'ILY EX
IJ rviie~i at this c,1lieii. Get our
iy, S;1)t IN, Jl. n,' Physrrieiai and
Sl_' OtfiIei at tesidit'.ce,
it tii ,rui IJe ;ii u ,t I3iuiiur s'tgad strfeet.
UN º iR, MiO ELEY & HERT'
I z~.; Al.AIlig iis at. LaIw. ()Otiee
t I": ii, I tid Dct, la 1v ein M urtay
*ntui .j.iuuantogi.
Ui: 1Hi\' 'ING NETL FFI -"
1il: CEILIAN(OUS.
SPECIAL NOTICE
MCr. Jacob Irving,
Has taken charge of thle old relia-.
Ile and well kriown
IRVING. HOUSE
ait the "Old Place,"
Corner of S"cond and De Soto Sts.,
SLEXANDRIA4, LA.
The publli. "an rest assured that
their every want will b;e filled.
Good i,;t fuirnished romnin, auid
well .t I i- ,pals at all I cn's.
WINE
OF
CARD UI1
SThis pure wine Is a simple vege
table extract without intoxicating
qualities, and has proved to be the
meet astonishbingTONIC FOR WOMEN
knowaL i. medleal science.
SA wlcl-known ger tleman says: "M
wife has been in u llcate health ftor f.
teen years. She sauered fearfully every
month with pains and excessive menses.
Doctors could do her no good. One omttle
of McElree's Wine of Cardlu restored her
health, and she gained eighteen pounds
In weight in two mnonthswhile taking it."
MeElree's Wine of Cardni is recom.
mended for painful monthly habit,
dlfenlt, suppressed, excessive and
rregular Menses, Whites, Failing of
the Womb, Change of Life, General
Debility, and as a tonic for delicate
ladies. It was tested in 7000 cases
and cured 6500 of them. Its aston
ihlng action mystified Doctors, de
ighted sufferres, and restored thon.
ands of suffnering women to health
and happiness. Druggists sell it at
1W.00 per Bottle. A sixty*oui page
Pamphlot telling all about it' free by
CHATTANOO6A MEDICINE .O,
OHATTANOOPA. TEUBS
-nrrroorl ru
* 2'.
To the Front!
THE
WIDELY- KNOWN
Red FPoW ' toro
Is offering no old stock
S of Dry Goods,
bbut a
-II -and
LI)
-AT
PRICES
THAT SPEAKC
VA FOR. •
STHEMMIVESI
Any further information can be
obtained from
the
Polite and Attentive
CLERICS
in the employ of the house, always
ready to
....
sHow GOODS.
n
T HE o
Very lighest Price$ ,
PAID FOR l
Country Produce!
'RECONSIDERED!!
CHEAP JOHNT
(JOS. LEVIN)'
ront Street, Opposit Ferry Linin,
FALLand WINTER
IYIATS
,
-- ATS
and
THAT
My store is the headquarters for ev
ery article of raiment worn by the
rising generation in the way of
CLOTHING, HATS or FUR.
NISHING GOODS, is an acknow
ledged fact. It is also'very well
known that any
BOY
no matter whether his father fol
lows the humble though honorable
occupation of carrying the hod or
draws a princely salary from the
Governitneut, or the happy possessor
OF
many shares of stock in Water or
Gas Lighlt Companies, will find
my establishment just at present a
MINE
of choice and. seasonable styles, in I
nobby sunits and genieral outfittings 1
of the most attractive description
AT 4
prices that carry out to the letter;
our claim.as being. always the Go
Ahead, Reliable, One-Priee Cloth- [
ing Establishment ef Alexandria,
SHEAP .JOHW'8..
OFFICIAL.
PROCEEDINGS OF THE CITY
COUNCIL.
ALEIAXTDRrA, LA.,
Nov. 3, 1884. J
The City Council, met in regular
session this day at 4 o'clock P. M.
The following members were pre
sent:
H. . Gossens,
J. J. Peterman,
N. L. McGinnis,
Jonas Rosenthal.
Absent
Win: Leckie.
In the absence of the Mayor,
(on account of sickness,) Council
man N. L. McGinnis was called to
the chair.
The minutes of the last meeting
were approved without being read.
The Treasurer's report of October
6th was read and approved, and
y showed a balance due the Treasu
rer of $3.77. His report for month
of October showed a balance due
him of $42.51.
During the recess of the Board,
by the anthority of three members
thereof, the Mayor was empowered
r to approve the following accounts,
and certificates of indebtedness were
issued in payment thereof and made
receivable for all dues to, the Cor
poration :
W. C. McGimsey, Mayor's
-J salary for September... $40 00
r- M. W. Calvit, salary and
incidental expenses for
September......... .. 45 70
Landry Baillio, salary for
September............ 45 00
Pacific Fire Co., Engi
neer's salary for Sept.. 35 00
A. B. Rachal, Secretary of
Board, salary from July
lest to Oct. 1st ........ 18 75
Stonewall Hook and Lad
der Co., Custodian's sala
ry from Juily lst to Oc
tober e1st............ 25 00
$209 45
The following bills were read
mnd approved and made receivable
for all dues to the Corporation:
W. C. ,McGimsey, Mayor,
salary for October ..... $40 00
M. W. Calvit, salary and.
incidental expenses' for
October.............. 0 40
f Landry Baillio, salary for
October.............. 45 00_
Pacific Fire Co., Engi-"
1 eer's salary for October 35 00
Democrat, printing ...... 5 00
Win. Rexer, repairs on the
lower wharf.......... ,17 50
J. Levin, lumber ....... 12 39 ]
Isaac Jones, cutting weeds 5 00
- Eliza Murray, meals for la
borers and prisoners.... 5 25 1
$215 54 1
r The bill of Mr. G. A. Staples,
($25.00) for 'ah iingand making
returns for Conniin6i :'of the Town
.of Alexandria;f' ' a'sreferred to.
Councilnan 'McGinni- for examinal
tion, and if app'roved by him the
I Mayor to isesuapproved paper forr
the said account
During tie recess of the Board
frovm Sept. 3W to Oct. 6th, warrants
were issued in payment Qf; follow
ing approved paper taken up by the
Collector in payment of licenses, i
Itaxes, etc.;
ISosthene Biillio, fvork on i -
streets ............... $5 00o
Cnllen & Rogers, part pay
ment for opper wharf.. 10 00
H. S. Gessens,: modey ad-
vanced to laborers,,... 4 30
- Parrots, work on strts.. 80 i
Sostheone Baillio, work on :
streets .....,....... 6. . 0. -
M. W. Galvit, part. slary .,
etc., Ast a ... . 0. 20O 60I
W. . -ifriesey, part sal
ary for Augnest ... ..:d 10:'
During the recess eleven bills'
Mr. Pat. O'Connor, amoysOting o
$117.15, for work on drainage ditch
were approved by order of Drain-=
r age Committee.
On motion of Councilman Got.
sens8
Resolved, .That; Mr. P. '0 Connor
shall .receive no further payments
for ditching unless his bill is a .
proved by two members of t. ;
Drainage Committee in' additioin 
the Engineer's approval. .
On motion Councilman Rosen
r, thal was appointed a coinmittee ofi
one to inform Mr. O'Coinorthat he
;o must complete his contract before
Decembr,1 st, 1884.
g During the month of October the:
1. Collector, received in payment qf
3r taxes, licenses, etc., the following- i
d approved accounts, for which war-.:
I- rants were issued him:
h W. C. McGimsey, Mayor,
e salary June and August,
1884, and part salary for
, Deeember, 1883....... 890 0
's.M. W. Calvit, salary and
d incidental expenses Sep
;, tetiber and part salary'-,
e March and A gust.... 99 .75
e L. Baillio, part lary for
May, AngusB nd Sep
tember ............... 72 00
Pacific Fire Co., Eni
r neer's salary May and
July and part April ald
June .............. 9q00
p Stonewall Hook and Lax-,"
der Co., COpstodian's sal
ary to Oct.4, 1884...,. 62O.
A: B. Rachal, Secretary's';,
salary to :Oct., les anid
making' .out asessment
rolls .... ........ 126
Julius Levin, lumber bills, 304',
B. C. Duke, sundries..... 66
J. B. Ashley, lumber bill: r
.J: Levin ............:6 a". _
A. Pettengill, work on Red
Ditch .... .......... 60 l
Louis Delatin, work on the
. streets .............. 41
Mrs. A. Canfield, teauhing
public school ..... .
Miss-:B. Woods,: tea itig
public school........,.. 0 '
1 Mrs. A. F. Grayson, teach
ing public school........  r
Miss - Thomas, teaching
public school.'......... 30,
Win. Legras, teabhing pub.
Slie school........... 1 0
'Dennis Kelly, repairs on i
Engine room.........;. 26: S'
John Kramer, for hauling.-c.
sand .......... i..
J. C. Ryan, Atty's fees... j0
Mrs. C. Hustmyre, shoe
els, etc ...... ........ 14
A. Heyman, shovels, etc.. 14
R. Kelsey, work on. the
streets ......... ,...
DEMOCRAT, printing... . '
Eliza Murray, meals to ,
prisoners, eto. ............
W. an NW. Williams, for .
work on streets..... :.....
Paul 'Sauniders, work. on
streets .:............. .. ..
Witn. Resr, work on low
er wharf..,...... ... 0
"W. P, Marsh, work on te "i
Steam Engine........
- Parrots, work on:ibe
streets ............... :.
P. Graham, paiiting dray :
labels...........
Pat. O'Connor, work o':sur
drainage' ditch ...,i'.. !
Oullen & Roeru oa a?
iharf...... ... '
Mrs. S.~F. 4m rer mo'. rwi
slw6e4,a r ,ebate-of, *G . bf
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