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THE WORLD IS GOVERNED TOO MUCH.
VOL. 40. ALEXANDRIA, LA., NOVEMER 13, 1884. . .
VOte._40. .SX_DRI_., L., NOVE, MBER ., 3.884. : ::i'
'T HE DEMOCRAT.
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will be charged double the usual ad
A M)REWS & FOSTER, (Jumtis
AodrewaVrl T·. 1). Fasten·) At
t'1I .3a at Law. Office, cornelr of
Set.riid atnd Washington streets, Os
C 1 SS)N, Joihn. Ptaysiciain and
C S.'rgi-ta. OFfice at realderco,
nr-t t ' hI.l d of IBeanregaid street.
SUN 'l1", M1OsELEY & HER'P.
z"ix, At:,,i ntua tt Law. Office
em, P F'Iitnt elte-et, between Mnrray
Ol PRINTING NEATLY EXE
e ()BP1EI) AT TI-uS OFFICE.
Eclipse Feed & Sale
IN CONSNECTION WITi THE
Nelson Taylor, - - Proprietor
'I'lhld, betwecu De' nto and Murr
27e TAYLOR HOUSE is presided
orer by Mrs. Taylor, where first class
acconxnodations can be had.
This pure wine is a simple vege.
table extract without intoxicating
qualities, and has proved to be the
most astonlshingTONIC FOR WOMEN
knoar ti medical soience.
A well-knmown gentleman says: "1y
wife has been in , cllate health for fif
teen years. She sulifered fearfully every
month with pains and excessive menees
Doctors cbuld do her no good. One" ottle
of McElree's Wineof Cardni restored her
health, and she gained eighteen pounds
in weignt two months while tarnlgL__"
Wellree's Wine of Cafdnl is Mreom.
mended for paenful monthly habit,
dimeult, suppressed, excessive and
irregUlar Menses, Whites Wallipg of
We Womb, Change of Life, General
Debility, and as a tonio for delicate
ndles. It was tested in 1000 eases
and eared so00 of them. Its aston.
ishing actiou mystled Doctors, de.
lighted sufferers, and restored thou.
minds of sauffering women to health
ani happlaess. Druggists sell it at
"I.00 per Bottle. A sixtyour page
ampahlet telling all about it tre by
UlaTrAoo0A MEDIGIE C.
To the Front!
Rd Pov Store
Is offering no old stock Q
of Dry Goods,
TA THAT SPEAK
Any further information can be
in the employ of the house, always
Very lignest Prices
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O6 EAP JOHN
01o EP:I El 'rII3"G
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
no matter whether his father fol
lows the humble though honorable
occupation of carrying the hod or
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 chdice and seasonable styles in
nobby suite and general outlfittings
of the most attractive ,p~cription
prices that earry eoa t tothe letter
our claim as ,beln ,lwaiys thie.G·
Ahead,'Reliable, One4~fico ilot
ing 'EstabIiebxnits6f Aleisaidfiai,
The National Surgical Insti
Will open a Branch at Nof 166 St. 1
Charles street, New Orleans, De- -.
cember lst, 1884, where they will
be prepared to treat Surgical cases,
Club Feet, Paralysis, and all de-I
formities of the face, spine, limbs,
and diseases of the joints, eye aind
ear; also' catarrh, piles, fistula, fe
male diseases, private diseases, eto. 1
The 'proprietors of the Institute
open this office in' New Orleans" in
accordanice with tboe equtest ,0of
scores of their patrons in Mississip.
pi, Louisiamia and Texas whv deo:
sire to avail themselyes 'of the re
cdiced rates of" travel offeied during
the' "'World's Exposition." thus ,on
abling them to visit us and the Ex
position as nwell. For full particu
lars address K.' H.I Boland, Secre
tary,' Atlanta, Ga., or 166 St.
Charles street, New Orleans, La.
Where I" len 1uktlerT
And now that the campaign is
over it may be in order to ask what
has become of Ben Butler., His
stentorian voice has not been heard
amid the booming of cannon in hon
or of Clevelands election. His rep
resoetation in the electoral College
is not anywhere visible. His fu
sions and proposed confusions have
not left' a single 'ripple upon the
the surface. His legions of horny
handed followers did ,not appear at
the polls on elecotion day. In fact
his.campaign has proven the most
lamentable failure that has ver fol
lowed:. sunoh highi pretensions;. ,:
his own State he was literally bu-i
ried. His total vote in Massaohu
setts was less than 25,000, while
St. John, polled: over 10,000. ~f
there was one thing'of ;. hioh he
boasted'it was' his bhold upon the
people of. Massachusetts. His. sup'
porters had the hardihood: to ask
for him the nominiation of the Na
tional Democratic Cibnvention-po
ground that he could carry at leasiY
half the electoral vote of New iing
land. The Massachiisetts -vote is'
about as follows: Blaine, 141,692;
Cleveland, 117,692; Butler, 23,823;
Si. John,10,038. The old flopper
has at.1ast beena left ligh and idry,
outside of both: parties, a:nd witlhut
even a respectable following of
cranks. The Greenbackers and the
Labor party are alike didguited with
him, and will not again tcoinuiithe
folly of intr'nstin'g thei:fsirt~is,'
whatever they may be, in anulh
hands. Whatever scheme he may
have had in pursuing such i> re
markable coursie has been comnplete
ly spoiled,,and he i$ forced, into :ie"
tirement from the political field iat
last. The country can afford to
have him retire.--[Nlew Orleans
--Trz lstet statiststics on t
I crnmpaIvei o onger of the: a
a:a pie ie:.oya~l1g girls, buagt eS
nwmeni..tan men,qfom htagh
of pi.ety 4 on. ., nd .. d the. .f
vor of the womeau:
There was a twinklein his-eye h
he entered the livert table oth
er morning and prooeeded tqWoi
over the hprses., Whn., .e bal
made tio ronds :be rpPet
"Looking for A horse?"
"Say, 'v on f `myf owi ," bt
neighbor i ibstinin flll 6'ty
me to loan hiin the rig fdr
Have you an animal ,. -AI
;will; warranltto, r:Mawsaff
"You betj! .,Tba, Ql&a T e;
will make a break befo cih
.'Then I want to 1borrosqp
afternoon: I'll give tha.
all tdge 1buggy
year to come.'
The horse vas sente'to .'
the hour agried upon: . li
op for the .eighor at,,S º
Latck fr t iff&: ti'hoe
away befoe she got in;arid.'.
thus saved from i a big scare fot
case of broken ,boines. W. i I*
animal was returnibd to !tli.
the proprietor ioquired:
"Well, I warranted n him *
away or no pay. " ?1:
"Y.e-s; he ran away.'
'"And your: game. soedr d
right did it?"
"Y:.-s, I suppose iso. T
I've got to sit ' nigh
next two weeks with ai
got a broken leg, andIl, Iup l se
baggy was daimged' ai
hundred 'dollars wort " to
Abi.. iCE MTro.'MoTS..
disturbed at lnightl c '~
your rest by a ik ~liY#
antei ryihe wolet.ai ;
mediately. , Depend o n
egst thereIs: eoo '
regulates tha stowalie R.
scures wind.coli softens i
reduces ignfal omationi e=aa
tine and energy to ethe. i '
tein.' Ms. WIltoeJ4ipot1
to the taste, andiiIha
of one of the'oldetE
nurses and physiciansin iJoIt IY i
States and is forsale Eb.
gists . rougbout the world
25 centsa bottle.
.-A W York ,inve " s
ding. a sno Aw melt g
signed. to lean 'the steetse f'
city duringg the lwinter. t
nace.like arranigement ,ie
be .drawn through the t
the railwky tracks, andt
to miett sixty car t"l66 ad i
bhour, .or ..as .fasitas= tenosap
shovel it. '4hel rai4li mp
the M'ett'e sntBtos ed kud tluao I
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