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THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH...
VOL. 40. ALEXANDRIA, LA., NOVEMBER 11, 1884. £ : O. 3Q.
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SNDItEWS & FOSTER, (James
11 Andrews, T. I). Foster,) At
torn.'sM at Law. Oeice, corner of
ýtniMecod and V ahbington streets, Os
t».,r: Leildu'g. _
JO)B PiINTING_ NEATLY EX
S eciuted at this office. Get our
S(' ASU N, John. Physician and
j Snrgtl · . Office at residence,
at the Ihead of Beauregard street.
SUNTEI'R, MOSELEY & HERT
zug, Attineays at Law. Office
on Front street, between Mnrray
lOB PRINTING NEATLY EXE
P CIUTED AT THIS OFFICE.
Mr. Jacob Irving,
lIas taken charge of the old relia
ble and well. known
at the "Old Place,"
Corner of Second and De 8oto Sts.,
''boThe public can rest assured that
their every want will be filled.
Good beds, furnished rooms, and
well cooked meals, at all hou s.
'ls pre wine is a simple vege.
table extract without intoxicating
qualities, and has proved to be the
most astonshing TONIC FOR WOMEN
known to medical science.
( A wenflnown e,]tlenm says: "My
tewifee has been in iated fearfully orevery
teen.ere.. he suiebred fearfuly every
month with pains and excessive menses.
Doctors could do her no good. One bottle
of cElree's Wine of Cardul restored her
health, and she gained eightoen pounds
In weightin two months while ting it."
Ielre's Wine of Cardut is recom.
mended for painful monthly habit,
dleult, suppressed, excessive and
Srregular Menses, Whites, Falling of
the Womb, Change of Life, General
IDeblt, and as a tonio for delloate
ladies. It was tested In 7000 eases
and eured 8500 of them. Its aston.
Ihiag acetion mystified Dootors, de.
lighted suatrers, and restored thou.
sands of samdring women to health
and happiaesa. Druggists sell it at
*.o per Bottle. A slztybuar;pwge
pamphlet tell4 all about it ee by
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no matter, whether his fther fol- v
lows-the humble though honorable li
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. draws a princely' salary from the
Government, or the happy possessor
many .shares of stock in Water or
Gas Light Companies, will find
my establishment just at present a
of choice anl seasonable styles, in
nobby suits and general outfittings 2
of the most attractive description
our claini as being always the Go
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ing Establishlnent of Alexandria, t'
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The National Surgical .Insti
Will open a Branch at No. 166 St.
Charles street, New Orleans, De.
cember 1st, 1884, where they *ill
be prepared to treat Surgical cse,
Club Feet, Paralysis, and all lde
formities of the face, spine, limbs,
and diseases of the jointi eye and
ear; also catarrb, piles, fietuas, fe
male diseases, private diseases, eic.
`The proprietors of 'the: Institute
open this office in New Orleans in
accordance with ihe.. request' of
scores of their patrons in Missiesip
-pi, Louisiana and Texas who.. de
sire to avail: themselves' of the re
duced rates of. travel offered during
the "World's Exposition," bhus en
abling them to visit us and the Ex
position as well. For-full particu
lars address K. H. I.Bolatd;=Secre
tary, -Atlanta, Ga., or 166 St.
Charles stree; :New. Orleans, La.
A school-teacher, who has been
engaged a lonig tiniein his profes
siJb, and witnessed the influence of
newspapers on ie minds of a fam-'
ily of children, writes as follobw
"I haveTfound it to be the univer
sal fact, without exception, that
those scholai of both sexes, and of
all ages, who have had access ito
newspapers at bomne, when com ar
ed. with those' 'who have not, .are
better zeaders, excelling in pronun
ciation, and cojnsequently read more
understandingly, and are better
spellers, and define words with ease
and accuraney They obtain' a'prac
tical knowledge of geography in ~al
most half the time it reqtires'theri;'
as the newspaper has made them'fa
miliar with' the location of.the most
important 'places, nations, their gov
ernments and doings.- They 'are
better'gramsmarians; for haviag. be
come:so. familiar with.every variety
of the newspaper, from -the. e-m'
mon-plaee advertisement"to the fin,
ished and classical oration of the
statesman, they more readily com
prebend the meaning of his text
and consequently, analyze its 'con
struetion with accuracy."
ADVICE TO "MoTBHa S.--Are you
disturbed at night and broken, of
your rest by a sick -child suffering
and crying with pain of cutting
teeth If so, send at.once and get
a bottle of Z$'4' Winelow' aSoothitzg
'Byrup forhildren Teethig. Its
:value 'is incaz llable. '-It: will re
lieve the poor .little .'sufferer i~
mediately;. Depend upon it, mothi
era, there is no mistake about.t -
It cures dysentery+ and diarrhora
regulates the stomach a.nd bwowii s
cures wind colic, softens the gumk,
reduces infamnation, and gives
tone and ene1gy to the whole sys
tem. Mfrs. 'nslow's B&othing.$
rup for Chil . Teething is pleasant
to the taste, end is the prescription'
of one of th beldest and best female.
nurses and physicians in the United
States, and is for'sale by all drug
gists throughout the world. 'Price
25 cents a bottle.
.' Fon Rmrx.-The desirablerii ro
Iperty (brick) cornciof Seond and
Johnston .streets. Large sitore an
rofu rooms in ain ildins. with
.ftervrentin o ne si
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A most remarkable tree or hrii
grows in, a small gu4lh "nea o
sprigs about twielve miles Nii
Tuscarora, is about+ six or
feet. in height, withia trnk
at its base, isthreeti th
a man's wrist.It haisnumer*jb,:
branches and twigs, and resenl
somewhat the barberry'tree..
foliage. at certain. :easoi of
year is so luminousi that :
plainly be :distinuis i
darkest night for a distancof
than a mile. while .n nit i
vicinity it emitsuf e.ig
enable a persona t.or
print. Its foli.ages tex
and its leaves reemblesw
in size, shape and 0404
the aromatic Bay treeaO `
The luminous property is'id,
parasitic, and consists of. a;t
gummy sulbsta e, ~which, up
iug tansferred by rubbingt
son's and5 ".imnpartsoitih
appArentl3y pl bpesc
while that on thele"entire
appears. 'The In :ans
with superstition, aid wiIJino
proach it even 'bin te'iei tw
they can bossibly avoi t
have a ~ame for~t,
interpreted, sig.nifies o' '
An old Shoshone
were but to tbent
moni bconntry- N' t. x
Jothan lArit h:. t
tastehtil o h :i" iyt:e
materials, :an rtistio cmnad
of black and white
little rice straw '1ýmneta.WitkfiuIlg
knots of Brussels net, or