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A flbirley Hrowis. My surely haven't discharged .•paps! they you' Mu «ill lau sat on the vlnc-covereù OM Ur ;,, „,.|i mended mohair duster, potvl»' " ,l * I U which Madeline Ä ..... .......4 with fuel. tf* 1 '"*"., A l«H>k war open, *s ususl, '»« I *' ,!». tortoise »I'« 11 '•»' '»» P urr . ln K »'".T «„.I thr tt*< W P"» l,od "«W» n."' 1 ** "■ ,ookeJ ^lfllnr- futbnr'* '».ly factotum Mid I«..» very busy tl.atmor.. t " u Keel fed ti" r cMcIwd*, »««led the *■ ra.ll»he» sod early lettuce, ^ MfUlW«" 1 " 0 U1Ut ' 11 if y ° U l>Uy " k rfîlore«," re»«med this wise little jam »' » * h ,j done her Ironing In the "T^k noreh, Where the old blackbird Ä ifhl. ' llk « » n, 1 lB '* t ? re flut v îhll »wept the houar, put fresh roses In e Wf .hin» mug», »nd prepared a * f j^ s>d the plainest of rice pudding» f ' and had been planning to cut t»o new shirts for her father when '[.'Jll^tliê'doeto'rl" h« had aeked, aa he to qu«H » draught of water from '^■Qio " "' ll. 1 th nk you," Madeline had o niiiou^ly answered. rSwhf Inis quite l(»st without the aft. r, ' raid Mr. Rouse, wlp ,Min..uth With the back of bla hand. :,r Hain'i you heard)',' a« the surprised 1 ion oI her countenance penetrated his • Well, I de lare! They've ap I a new librarian. I »'bused you rLj it, an a matter of course,'' lUàtlinc dropped heraelssors aud Jumped not stop to see whether old ptied the gourd shell & second .t, Dut ran out to the front porch 1th this strange, old too* scüpe. ip She did Kr. Bouse I fatiiei to LttI • HI*,, smiled sadly at her out getting to be sjftdelloe," said he. 'T aoUJ man. It's [M>Mslble, my dear—I can tl'" 1 fact myaelG-that I have out lifil niy useful uc»«.' , •Bui' trapped poor Madeline, •fciware* to liv* ■? We only j'.st ruauage »pav the Lille, wtli the librarian's salary." % luuid not forget, my daughter," , "who It Is t lie old llldl? annwerm fest feedeth the raven«!'' •OL. pap«, pap»»" cried Madellue, fling eitier anus around his neck with g curious I lit urt of impatience and adoration, "you good for this crowding, selfish lorM 1 we are not raven«! We are human out their boot« aud are tlijnl to eat butcher'« meat at least oucea wk' And there's the rent and the fl«h lûMrr s hill and the carpeuter's account ir mending the leaky roof, aud—oh, talk Unit ravens''* And pretty Madeline clasped her bauds in ii • Pips," she e\Galwed, "how dared the - •niai / Aud after be years In which you have patiently served km* Why, there never would have been khhrary at all, it it hadn't been for your MU'Jt; that brqueM from old Major Monta lore It w as you that founded It, and cat «] «lid everythlug for It 1" goes," calmly re "I rejoice that I 2 VuU like a "Aud In so lui as that jW-M Ur. Vlaxl lia.ii, in been able to serve my fellow-creatures, «t I «m not so young as 1 once was, Made it 1 cm myself perceive the «low aud fclua! tailing ol my faculties. Aud the e* president of the college has undertaken d « turne »11 the duties of librarian, In ad , for a mere trifle. I can't iku.rn.iiii) I, my dear, to pay an extra In hundred a year, merely to retain the BTicrtnf » worn out old hack like myself?" "Papa," »aM Madeline, with emphasis,"I im- the new preside? t." I-Mr dear !" j "Will, I do," affirmed the girl. "What > come here and overturn piiilul little household with his hypo Icii tifli-n* to save money for the college ? k? isn't overt hing, Is It ? It it» good deal, my daughter," said tId gentleman, soberly. "Wrll, papa," satd Made îltne, after a very agreeable uildita 6. '• v«ry nice to be a philosopher like • But 1 don't know wbat is to become .0 ol And »he back into the kitchen to ery f, where n< eye but that—that thf diver-throated blackbird could wit *• her tribulation. Sur should i ben be strictly truthful chroui M to mention the one or 'oilow, hard wrung tears of old age that their way down Dr. Maxilliau's «lu he turned once more to his book. 4 Iti'B dreary lookout," he thought. MfM&deiiiie Is right there. But I trust I to despair. ; in six troubles lb not he with mein seven ?" Meanwhile Madeline, after the custom of m Balden«, felt decidedly better after she «»»»hed thp mi«t# of her heart away ®"tbatgood cry." Mrs Heusaw was talking about a gover * for her little l&»t week." she medi « "111 go and see her. Its Just possl t |h»t, lueijR-rienced as I am, I might Ette needs ol very little girls. Of course ''«»visiting governess I should have to «»y irutn papa a good deal— but that Is j! the things that can't be helped." * Madeline brushed bock her glossy w.Lut bands ol hair, and put on her one » black «Ilk gown and the faded »bawl, which had once been her ri er N ailli rallied bravely out toward Fhiiijje. * &îî U ? pwl * mlnute Ät the Widow Pout n if we 0 100 much of a Christ ian iLord hath been with ""in»* of tin* »upurb white snow «mt uroopei], « over lh® avalanche of pearly garden gare. Mrs. Poutley re of question» to aak, and gOMlppy JojuamulcM^biit all of a «udden ■Hnî» \l« au< * kfcld up her Auger. ■iV 1 '" .he «»id. ^uBemau on the other side of tall fll&CU ito < Do M ,,,au with the Panama hat? toi* a ^H»e, with a »park of uatural ) lie « rather handsome—and he •JUUUDKulBhed ligure. "k» the Who 1b It, Mrs. I mm. KentlMU&n," said Mrs.Pout Kr, °1 8ly , " Krom Nbw York, CJif ^ • leveluud, or some euch name! A K» .t rattü » they tell me, a» knows ft,;.™" "«' k ur La In than I does of ÏT «'tell!" Hi ÿ * 1,11 lu ' r Up—her cheeks suddenly tbu f r*. Poutley, 1 " Bald »he. "Good morning, «in rather iu a hurry to ?! I'uULley looked UUazemeut. 1,411 tbrou^L that story of .... ' oucagement to Lemuel 1,1 '«V Hde ,l >' "'YeU I aou't cb.I 1 that ^'»'«»iilllauw alter Miaa Maxlllian a creature of im tu. , „ U P ller «"tod* ae it ° f Äü 8hei W0uld ti,p t to , 1 UR Koutleiuau who had ln kion»,,.'| Uttful domain» 6f her father's '■S '™ Sl "= would tell him exactly tier L. '' lLu . ,e ' 4,1,1 put it to hi* honor Mrs,. """î tke college a tew hundred •'ofttamTl*. 1 ! W " B rlkht to euperanuate k K»Jtre?!ii'î tt " lul " erv » nt *' Au<1 " ^ Lot anil t' ,î Ue8e In her heart it % , l4jl lîuaut within her. ^il «eure "*®P. "he overtook *%,"bmi 5 ' 0ur . l lar ' lnr L air," said she, hvîy Madeline Maxlllian—Dr. «Won, ; 'S" 1 . 1 ouppoae," with un The un *^ ou * luve b e ^ r d of him ?" 11 " must E'w mau bowad - "Every ke. IS,™« 1 " : » , • ,1 of Dr. Maxlllian," 1 one of my greatest O". 111 * to Collegetown, to muwaianei- and, 11 with ah gfcihii lu c 1 kU afterthought, well." "Oh, prey don't trouble yourself to be complimentary," seid 'Madeline, growing secretly irritated. "I assure you thet isn't at all necessary. But it you respect peps uiuch as you say you do, I wonder you t en find it In your heart to do such a «elfish snd cruel thing !" !" cried 'that of his daughter, as "I the strange. "Selfish! Cruel!" Oh, 1 dare say it soems right and Just to you," satd Madeline, gathering courage as she Spoke. "But people 's ideas of right and Justice differ strangely,! think. 1 call It selfish and cruel both—yes, and abominable luUf the hargafn,to step In ityeans of Jtvlihood * siK i|t hi» life in elevating the standard of the Collegetown library. What, is a hundred a year more or less to you/ And b» papa the pfisltlon is evenrthing! And you k we|l as I do! Ob, for shame! for shame! "But. stop, stop!" cried the gentleman, hurriedly. "I don't know what all this is about!" "Mr. Cleveland, if you think to put off in this sort of way-" cried Indignant Madeline. "But my name Is not Cleveland," he ex plained, "I am Cornelius Clifford; I have come here to take charge of the new Episco pal church. And I really have not heard a word aliout any changes In the Collegetown library! You see, you must make allow* auces for me, I am a stranguY place!" Madeline wrung her poor little cotton gloved hands in despair. "It's jlist like me," wailed she. "I'm al ways making some horrid, humiliating mis take. Oh, forgive me, nlease—please for give me, Mr. Clifford. 1—I thought you were Mr. Cleveland!" "But Mr. Clereland, the president ia a friend of mine," said Mr. Clifford, 'ookiug very much concerned aud extremely handsome. "Cannot I use my Influence with him tp avert this unfortunate state of affairs, which—" "Oh, could you?" cried Madeline, hope irradiating her dimpled face. "Oh, If you «wild, I should be iudehted to you h! v ays—yes, to the very end of my life! Be cause it is such a cruel wroug—aud papa is full of dignity, that he would die sooner than remonstrate! Oh, Mr. Clifford, do help me—do aDviee me!" A nd the upshot of it all was that Dr. Maxllliau was triumphantly reinstated lu life* old position Of college librarian, and Mr. Clevelalul and the Reverend Mr. Cllffoid t Jth became household friends at the little cottage where the genial old scholar dwelt. Dr. Maxlllian, like most ahseut minded vaut«, had had enemies—but their ma ch! rations were now exposed aud reudered futile. oust from ids ho h gfllt I.: it In Mil» college a new "Mr. Cleveland's tastes coincide with mlue," said the old gentleman, exultantly. "Exactly. And I really thought that Clif ford came here to see me, also—-uutll—he asked me for permission to pay his addresses to my daughter ! Very strange, Indeed— very. Why, it Is but the other day that Madeline was playing with her dolls !" "But Cornelius, mind,'' said Madeliue, with a warning gesture; you are never, never to tell papa how I mistook you for the college president ! I «hould Ik* mortified to death If anyoue knew that I" Aud Mr. Clifford promised eternal secrecy. TWELVE HOURS AFTER. Mm Hknky JBrknk-, the Tea aud Coflee Merchant,60 Houston street,New Haven,Coun., writes on May 10, 1883: "It is with feelings of gratitude,and a desire to benefit my fellow that I write you these few lines us testimony to the greatest of all medicines. Eight years have 1 been a sufferer from klduejr disorders aud in flammation of the bladder. Sometime« when passiug water the pains were something ter rible, a scalding, burning sensation, with reten tion of urine, with sharp pains In my sides, loins, and back, extending clear to the back of my head, tended to make life miserable. 1 have been treated by a number of the best phy sicians, and have used any number of proprie tary medicines, all to no avall,obtaining uo re lief. How long I would have continued in this way i do not know ; in fact I despaired of get ting relief, until a neighbor, who had been very much benefltted by the use of Hunt's Remedy, advised me to try It; and, although 1 had no faith that it would reach my case, yet as he spoke so highly of Its great merits I do o idod to give it a trial, and its use has been at tended with the very best possible results. Twelve hours after takiug the first dose 1 perlencud relief. 1 continued on In its til 1 had used flvo bottles, when all the pains ha-1 vanished, my otherwise good health re turned, and I am free from all pains, and :ll man. I am confident my cure has resulted from the use of Hunt's Remedy, and t hat alone. "Wbat it has done for me I arn positive it will do for others. You are at liberty to use my uamc or this lettor In any manner y ■e Jit." HURT BY A FAI L. When ouly ahoy aomo thirteen yuarsold,! hurt quite badly by a fall, and severly in dootored jured my back and kidneys, and best phyHlolans,an<l tried many remedies and they all failed, until Hunt's Remedy was recommended to ns by friends that had it here In Manchester with the greatest Huocesn. Wo purchased a bottle from Z. Foster Camp bell's drug store, and found that I improved very rapidly; was relieved of the pains in back, and after using several bottles found that 1 •estimate by completuly cured, and 1 cannot the good Hunt'« Remedy ha« done most heartily recommend It to those troubled with kidney complaint, and you you ohoosc. Respectfully yours, Ai.ogzo P. Marshall, 99 Orange St., Manchester, N. H., May 7,1883. , HUd use this I You Cannot Buy It in the Bar-rooms. What an absurd idea it is to send a sick man, with an ailing stomach, a torpid liver, and impoverished blood, to a bar-room to swallow some stimulating stuff, and caH it medicine 1 An enormous amount of mischief is constantly done by men who thus trifle with themselves. Instead of healing their diseases, they make Instead of strength they only acquire graceful habit of tippling. It is a point worth noting in con nection with Brown's Iron Bitters , that this valuable medicine is not sold in bar-rooms, and will not be. It is not a drink. It is a remedy. It is not made to tickle the palate of old topers. It is made to heal dis ease. It is not made to promote the good-fellowship of a lot of bibulous fellows standing around a bar and asking each other, "What will you takeIt is a true tonic; an iron medicine containing the only prep*: ration of iron which can safely and beneficially be taken into the system. 18 them worse. ganung the dis J O. M'CORMICK, * K. UOB. 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NKW YORK. eltyc two wire», fOR _ Electric Line Steamers Triplet, Vesper and Annie -SAIL FKOM— King Street Wharf, Pier 15, East River, Wllmlngton.Del., New York, Tuesday, Thursday, Monday, Wednesday Fridays, 4 p. m. Saturday, 2 p. m. Freight carried as low as by any other line New A ork and Eastern eitle». Jt. A.NU1UCWS, Agsut. LOUISIANA STATE LOTTERT. • Nkw OHLKAN8, August 1, 1883. TO THE 1 UBLIC Investigate for Yourselves ! Po»luia»ter-Geueral Gresham having published a wilful and malicious falsehood In regard to the character of The Louisiana State Lottery Com pany, the following fact« to prove his statement, that fraudulent business, to be false and untrue : Amount or prizes paid by the Louisiana »täte Lottery Company from January L, 1878, to present date: given to the public engaged lu a Paid to Bouthern Express Co., New Orleans, T. M. Wescoat, Manager....$1,386.300 Paid to Louisiana National Bank, Jos. H. Oglesb», Preside-'t. Paid to Louisiana State National Bank, ». H. Kennedy, President. Paid to New Orleans National Bauk, A. Baldwin, President. Pabl to UuIon National Bank, 8. C'ltar larou. Cashier.. Pain to Citizens' Bank, E. L. Carrière, President. Paid toC'ermanla National Bank, Jules Cassard, President. Paid to Hibernia National Bauk, Chas. Palfrey, Cashier. Paid to Canal Bauk, Ed. Toby. Paid to Mutual National Bank, Mitchell, Cashier .... 483,900 126,100 88,560 « 460 67,000 80,000 37,000 13,150 8.S00 Cashier Joseph Total paid as above Paid In sums of under fLOOO at tke various offices of the Ombmbv throughout the United States. 1,07,410 Total paid by all.. For the truth of the above facta we refer the public to the officers of the above-named corpor ations, and for Mayor aud Officers of the City of New Orleans, to the »täte authorities of Louisiana, and also to U. 8. Officials of Louisiana. We claim to be legal, honest and correct in all as much so as any business in the country. Our standing is conceded by all who will investigate, stock has for years been sold at Board of Brokers, and owned by many of best known and respected citizens. M. A. DAUPHIN. President. $2,263,660 legality and standing to the transMtum*. 49-CAPITAL PRIZE, »76, 000. -«4 rickets, only $6. Shares In proportion / 4 ft « Louisiana State Lottery Co. "We do hereby certify that we supervise th< arrangements for all the Monthly and Semi Annual Drawings of The LeulslanaBtate Lottery Company, andin person manage and control tin Drawings themselveB, and that the same ducted with honesty, fairness, and in good ialth toward all parties, and pany to authorize the thla certificate, with fac-Blmles o ■lgnatures attached. In its advertisements. '' 2. / ixninhioners. lncorporated ln 1M8 lor 25 year a by the Laglsla lure for Educational and Charitable purposes with a capital of 11.000,000—to which * reserve fund of over $650.000 has atnee been added. By an overwhelming popular vote it» franchi be w as made a part ef the present State Constitution adopted December 2d, A. D., IP? 1 !. The only Lottery ever voted on and endorse*» by the people of any State. It never scales or postpones. 1T8 GRAND SINGLE NUMBER lake place monthly. A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY TO WIN A FORTUNE. TENTH GRAND: DRAWING, CLASS K. AT NEW ORLEANS. TUESDAY, OCTOBER nth, 1883.—161st Monthly Draw DRAWINGS u. Capital Prize, $75,000. 100,000 TICKETS AT FIVE DOLLARS EACH FRACTIONS, In FIFTH« in PROPORTION f 76,000 26,000 10,000 12,000 10,600 10,000 10,000 20,000 30,000 1 CAPITAL PRIZE.. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE.. 1 CAPITAL PRIZE.. 2 r lizes of 6 I'rliva of 10 Prize» of 20 Prize» of 100 Prize» of 800 Prize» of 600 Prize» of 1,000 Prizes of 6 , 000 . V»'" 1,000 N » ■ APFKOX1MATIOK I'BIZIb: 9 Approximation Prize» of 9750.... 9 " " 800..., 9 •• * 1,967 Prize», amounting Application for rate» to clubs should only be made to the office of the com turn v in New Orleans. For further information write clearly, giving full address. Make P. O. Money Order» payab'e and address Registered Letters to NEW ORLEANS NATIONAL BANK, New Orleans, La. Ordinary letters by Mail or Express to M. A. DAUPIIIN, New Orleans, La* : I aw <.«• 1 ■ ■ Or, M. A. DAUPHIN, «17 Seventh Ht., w»«hl»irton* D, U. HOW MANY MILES DO YOU DRIVE ? THE ODOMETER WILL TELL. larger than a watch. It This instrument 1» tell the exact number of rnlh-s driven to the l-100t h part ota mile; count» up to LOOP miles; w ater and dust t ight; always In order; sa hors es from being to the whe el of a B uggy, Carriage, Snlky, Wagon, ;R oad Cart, Sulky Plow, Reaper, Mower , or other veh icl e. Invaluabl e to Liver ymen, Pleasure Drivers, Phyalcians, Farmers. Burvey orsTDraymen, Expressmen, Stage Owners, ftp. Frlce only $6.00 each, one-third the price of any other Odometer. When order ing g ive diameter of th e wheel. Sen t by mall on receipt of pri ce, postpaid. Address, driven; is easily attached MoDONNEL ODOMETER CO., 2 North La Salle St., Chicago. WBei.a for Ulrsalsr. V KT ERIN ARY REMEDIER. THE GOING VETERINARY REMEDIES ! -BY ■WILLIAM S— These remedies have a world-renowned reputation, and if once given a trial will quickly prove their superior qualities. PRICE LIST : A GENERAL CONDITION POWDER, FOR WOBM8, PER PACKAGE FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, TXNDEK CORNS, AND GEN ERAL LINIMENT, PER BOTTLE - - 50 CENTS FOR SPRAINS BELOW JOINT, ' CRBS AND SPLINTS, 50 CENTS. FOR WOUNDS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION FOR THRUSH FOR EYE WATER FOR WARTS ... FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES FOR COLIC The above remedies are in use by the leading horsemen in the country, and as they are simple and safe any person may admin ister them to his horse and save a large doc tor's fee. They will do all they are recom mended to if the directions are followed and they are kept constantly on hand. GENERAL CONDITION POWDER. This may be used as the very best treat ment in Epizootic,Distemper, Swollen Glands and should be administered especially after a hard drive to prevent the animal from being feverish. It is indispensable in colds and coughs. 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. 50 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. 25 CENTS. WORM POWDER. This is the only sure remedy ever used for those anoying pests. If the animal is so troubled they will be expelled in a very short time after the first administration, leaving the horse in excellent condition and the hair a lively color. FOR FISTULA, SPRAINS, Tender Cords and a general Liniment. This is the best liniment in the world, and is used by Robert Bonner to-day in preference to any other. FOR SPAY I FT below the joint. A horse spavin can be re moved and the hair restored in six weeks. A bog spavin can not be removed, the only relief to the animal is to give him a high heeled shoe. Wounds ol every description can be healed by these remedies. FOR THRUSH. By following the directions the lame horse can be relieved in three days, ready for use, and by attending to his feet twice a week and giving him a dry stall he will never be troubled again. FOR GREASE AND SCRATCHES. This is now the only safe and sure remedy If the disease involves the entire leg in use. it will make a perfect cure, and will remove any skin disease on any part of the body. FOR COLIC. This remedy is so convenient that the horse can be relieved without even taking him from the carriage if it be wind colic. If flatulent keep the horse quiet and in addition to the remedy give 3 or 4 tablespoonfuls of scalded flour and starch with 2 ounces of - laudanum every 2 hours for 4 or 6 hours ami if there are no other complications no horse need ever die with colic under this treatment. / ( FOR SALE AT THE NIGHT PHARMACY, 402 MARKET ST. ! WILMINGTON, DELAWARE.