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Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1885, Delta, Pennsylvania Delta PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE Herald Publishing Company PA. OFFICE THE HERALD Bl per in If within aftur A failure to direct a discontinuance at the expiration of the time subscribed will be considered as a utw can be discontinued at any time by paying all j PLAIN AITO JOB PRINTING Special nd Prompt Attention 4T HERALD BTIB is VOL. YORK MARCH NO. TERMS CASH Professional and Business AT Attorney at 49 St Panl Md. JAMES H. Attorney at 45 St. Faol Md oct 13 82 TIT J. AT S. Main Shrew Pa. Will attend promptly to any business sep entrusted to his W. Attorney at BEL MD. A. Attorney at BEL Will give prompt attention to all ness entrusted to his jail 7 SI JT W. Attorney at PA. Office inly 10 Attorneys at ihe t in Mid W. A T T O R X E V A T L A W. has to 2. Small's Mercantile and Law No. E. rto K. Stn 1 East Market Son Carl's IS AND Attorney at PA. Office in Mercantile and Law nearly opposite court sep 10-fH) i EORGE B. AT PA. 1 Centre SJN J. W. Attorney at PA. S. corner Centre 10-SSjf JEVI J AT PA. Consultation in nnd jr. opposite sep 1U-S2 If Attorney at PA. No. 22 East sep 30-S-2 J. T. Justice of the Peace and attention siren to the tion of and other legal instrument drawn with oct 13-S2 S. Justice of the PA. All attended to with care snd jane 13-82 R. D. SMALL CO. to H. Sons Co. Building PRICES Near N. C. R. W. THE When that the jocund Spring is And violets blue 'neath hedges When cowslip bold and pale Adorn the dell and star tie Methinks that 'tis the time of year Which most of all becomes my When Summer with her glorious train Of sultry reigns once When heavy hangs rose's head With languor of much sweetness Methinks that 'tis the time of year hich most of all becomes my When Autumn steals o'er weald and Bespangling many a copse with When violets ope their eyes And sleeping meads tire white with Methinks that 'tis the tune of year Which most of all becomes my When softly passing With snowy plumes veils earth and When snowdrops in Rod's acre prove That death is not the end of Methinks that 'tis the of yi ar Which most of all becomes my my J she has but she cannot his heart for the mere pleasure of seeing him lie is so good and so he is so good-natured and handsome Mere that he is a unfilled lie has no j de to his i she play with his j say he Marquise will put him to every torture she She will tell him same moment that she loves and loathes j She will taunt him with his low j She will rouse in him every possible ing of until she tires of him and I CENTRE PA. Ail Work To of the tin ami locket picture to li e in pastel find done in thu very best AT TUB invite nil to call and comes back to People suv that oui party is hurrying France into i and I don't know But if a revolution it will not bt we who bring it It will be these i scoundrelly men and women at the court i from tue Imbecille and the down to the painted Mur They are dancing away on aj which is growing hotter and hotter each j He stopped suddenly ashe heard sorm one on the The door and in walked my but i how He wore powdered his coat was and he was wounded in the and a great ciot ol I blood lay over the He slowly to his chair and let his arms dangle the was amusing toward the he gazed self with the play of and the vacantly into the with a sudden bakers raised the price of Oread two like an or a drunken Caron had not forgotten I His face expressed no 01 his foster and just when IJ It was immovable and had thought we were to beg in the as a His eyes had lost Jacques came home and told me that he their brilliancy and now looked dull and was to be a was to stand seemingly sunken far back in his guard at And after that each He took no moie heed of us than morning I used to pass on the high road j if we had not been 1 and sit down at a distance watch Useless in my chair and Robespierre him as he stood there so proud and so j coolly standing before the studying LA MARQUISE A OF THK It was at the time when the woman Owen C. Marsh GENERAL COHESION SlaKs 130 lil 12th street anJ ail oi COUNTRY PRODUCE reefs for my dutiful only And I was proud of my handsome whom the king trusted so that Jacques as if he hail been a dying as I Mere said growing I he had appointed him to watch over his i hotter every and fs causing little I And after even the eruptions like this and he smiled ladies of the court would stop sarcastically on my poor speak to the handsome nnd j I went over knelt before my pool he would answer them as well as any i and took his cold hands in chevalier of the court could and now and then he would come home and tell me of the grand doings of the while M. Robespierre would sometimes I has and what caused this wound OD your He paid no more attention to me than IU Li come in and isten and the two to and draw his hands young men would talk about the queen is the and always my son d praise her j ask jt -j our and M would blame he said huskily and and I who knew of the wrongs of the you my M. camn forward and ask people did not know who was right and j who Watchmaker Jeweler PA. Opposite Court Honse Building octal 81 A. LICENSED Will and Cry ol Property at i York Pa. Can be found at his Cigar Slain or arrangements may he made at the HERALD Orders left Gaich or T. H. will receive prompt William Merchant No. 108 South George Odd A and fresh line of Foreign and constantly on E. A. BARNITZ Watchmakers No. 3 West Market Pa. Bcp 20-S2 WHO was Une time Jl. before do vou ask pierre talked about the ladies in that M. he said and and and there was but one good as if he were woman among who is asked I And Robespierre good woman in the queen's train or the for that is Louise de and she will soon have to about Mademoiselle de asked shrugged his he is as wicked as she is Then Jacques started out of his and strode toward M. are an infernal he said the M. smiled nre turning your landlord he but you will sav that I was right And another she has played with you long and has thrown come to come to And but his voice for all its calmness and to do what mine could him to his right do I Is she not a I once thought all women were good and but I find that arc lying Who can say any woman is Who can say that this though she be my may And I thought my mother heart would break at the words he was and I threw myself at his before he could crying out in rnv mv my he slopped and passed his hand over my are at I can believe in: but that woman my and he sank back in his chair and commenced plucking at the fragments of his coat and tearing them into little pieces as a dying man plucks at his M. Robespierre walked over to him and laid his hand on M. Robespierre a low to me nnd left the and we never saw him again for a long I turned to my boy asked do you take such an interest in this noble is she to that you should quarrel with M. n. And he told in the 1 enough to the marquise steal down interrupted M. to the and while the rest were their court she would sit burst m upon them with my drawn talk to And how she had said kind WIT wno things to him and told him how she him my can say mon did vou kill him ot I saw them down ii the little by the fountain of lie mind I know loathed the court and all its ings and had rather be the of a peasant than one of the foppish As he told me this 1 was but not sftr How she help loving my who was so handsome and so clever and so I can see him as he and seek his He fought for love of and hij love was I fought for hate ol and my hate was stronger than hit When he fell I turned to kill but she had I rushed through the of the park to find some but I could EO I came I And now I shall go to see my I Graduate of the University of Maryland Oxide Gas administered for surgical Main the tirst foar of each 10 Oilers his professional to the in general by strict attention to hopes 10 merit their Prices moderate snd satisfaction AMERICAN IOO and 1UO Ea 43d A three 2- cent stamps for sample copy or of the Oldest and Best Journal iu the 7JI New 'A Md. in either York or li ill 11 TUB tit card in WALL PAPERS Window Shades FLOOK AND NO. 39 NORTH GAY Opposite Odd MD. MYERS i THE OLD ASD RELIABLE Wall and Window Shade f Of Baltimore Now prepared to show tho latest of wall and send to of the country when application i- to Will to tLe same wanted and Jes at Call 01 to dim and see lices 39 North TJO or any connection in thf to and from the Central to sat before blushing a little as be spoke of her youth and her innocent and graceful ways and the honest love he bore for Jacques not a His grand father was LeCompt and although he himself could have no title I for I married a still he could if he to be- long to the this I would noi let him como to see me so that no one of the court might know that he was not or that his mother TV as a plain But I still heard from shull have said a voice be- hind me. I turned and saw M. safety in and that I know all thri I heard of it jint now at the court and came to to help There is a horse it nnd ride like the wind until you reach the that means leave France for i M. that than said M. that he had been on- of the guards a for the but I learned than said M. that it was throush M. Caron safety for the present re- and was permitted fo for Come with attend the court there he I will hide you so safe that her He himself I Decker can never touch with all his more of a courtier than nml he teak his arm and they lie dressed as well as any of the and wore nnd when he caroe to see me. which he did very I noticed that he talked of citoyennes as if they were the filth of the and I began to see the hand of as M. Robespierre called in all But why should I thought if he FRENCH Their long Apprenticeship in The present race of cooks produced by the French through the wealth and at- tention they bestow en the kitchen arc generally says the Cleveland to be without equal and in con sequence the great culinary ments of nearly all nations are presided over by representatives of that to surpass or at least duplicate their work been without and it is a fact generally that they have but few successful One of the noted men of this class who re- his training in is Mr. Adolph who recently took up his residence iu this He had extensively both in this country and iu Km and came to Cleveland to act as steward for the Excelsior be regarded as a thoroughly competent cook in said Mr. must serve au apprenticeship of at least ten There is no lack of as nearly all the large clubs and hotels io that city make ar- rangements for the training of pupils in They are of ly serve as ass charge ol the head who gives tical lessons several times and they are also called upon to prepare their own They study for three years the making of two are de- voted to and the remaining live years are spent in learning the mysteries of cooking The salary of a good head cook in a large establishment ranges from to An exception is made by the Urand which paid Alexander under whom I Good second cooks command Irom 2, GOO to In private families the salaries paid varies according to the proficiency of the asked why men were to women Mr. replied that was a work of art in which for some never equaled They made excellent second but in every wealthy family the head cook is a In speaking of his brethren in this city stilted that with a few exceptions Cleveland had no and should any of apply in New York for a tion they would be relegated to a very inferior he has some very commendable but receives no encouragement from the who appear to have no regard for the England no and those of while they ex- cel in their own learn the art of cooking iu The cooks in the coutts of Belgium and Italy arc nearly all and the same might be said of other The Emperor of Germany employs French Urbain at a salary of 000 per Dubois is the thor of a book of i which has re- considerable The noble families of Europe usually employ from three to five while the food for tho Emperor of Germany is prepared by The great fault of the cooks of this country is that after having served in the kitchen for three or four months they consider themselves fully equipped with knowledge pertaining to all branches of the art. The Americans excel in the preparation of oysters for the 1 he bivalves have not achieved very great prominence as an article of European probably on account of their great The est gourmands of Europe iu their order are the and The French live for while the people of this country seem bent en amassing asked in how many ways n duck could be Mr. responded that there were ut least fifty different styles in which a fowl of that kind could be prepared for the In his estimation the best way to prepare a turkey by stuffing it with truffles and then The finest repast that be served for twenty he should be modeled after one served at the of the December 22. The cost in this country would be from to pel The of fare was as Consomme a 1'Imperatrice, barley Rhine salmon a la with Hhine wine Supreme de a filet au Witli Chateau Quail a la Aloyan de a la Dindonneau 'a 1'imperiale with Chateau pheasants with Poti a la du etc. a ftur OF The advantage to be derived irom virtue is so evident that the wicked it from interested The more able a man if he makes ill use of his the more dangerous will he be to the The conqueror is regarded with the wise man commands our but it is the benevolent mau that wins our Let us begin our heaven on being ourselves let us be ful and considerate and generous in judging Avoid it offends him who is the object of hu that indulges this humor is the ff and all fear and avoid What a man knows should find its ex- pression in what he The of superior knowledge is chiefly iu that it leads to a performing Haste and rashness arc storms and breaking and wrecking but nimbleness is a fair blowing it with speed to the haven Man creeps into into sobers into softens into totters into second and stumbles into the cradle prepared for us A man's conscience is his sole and he should care no more for that phantom than he should fear meeting a if he crossed a yard at by instructing a you a vexed with it for the want of if you have never tried to write with your left and then re- member that n child is all left Nothing so cements and holds to gether in union all the parts of as faith or which never be kept unless men are under some force or necessity of honestly paving what they owe to one to io uer station rather than ask her to de- to So I tried to stifle would gone ont together had not M. in the die than j help to kill he know M. your A free I hope but nit a France as you would bring Jacques toward him TTC r La M. There is no one in the court whom I would wish to Cream etc witt It All an A grand shower of and settled back on tho and the passengers picked themselves up and cried out to each other that there had been a So there Freight No. 17 was pulling iu on the side but the day express thundered down on her while the long train was a third of its length on the main one had Some one's watch was oft one must be held responsible for the Under the overturned locomotive was the Near him WHS the pinned down to the earth by one of the and when he had been a who was the beside him and crushed to a He cannot Who had Who had dis- obeyed The conductors of the two trains were comparing watches ami when the engineer beckoned alone am to he wasn't due was just I struck the I was ahead of on her it it whispered the two morning when I left continued the doctor Our little tick unto In her de- she leave little Jennie to It was like a knife to my heart to e but go I I was leaving the house when the doctor put his hand on my and my by ii o'clock to-morrow morning she'll cither be kead or a long day this was to me he went on after I pulled out of the depot to headed for home and I wanted to I kept giving her ami I kept gaini on my We till 7, you but I wanted to in at an hour before thought came to that might be dead next I entered the I should pulled the wide open if the hadn't my they whispered as 1 shuddered with pain and seemed to be blame it all hf Hi had five minutes more to get nnd she'd made it all but I stole her And He lay -o quiet for a moment tint the doctor felt for his heart to sec if it still her She's beckoning down the the high through the deep coming And men from their cyt and whispered has found his child in SECRET i h tint thoughts aro ith broath and A fiat we forth to till The with or That win call uur thought Tin sinitt s KS or its as it It it In as you not dare inako mira Hint will fij An I by forgot s thought to your mind to V or it mi In w arid is so Cti I Proprietor since 18o4. CONNECTED the foolish longings of my soft old M- I am ready but do what I I could not help feeling angry against the woman who was robbing me of mv Sometimes M. Robespierre would come and tell me about the world out- i side and the 1S41. y. W. Comer St. Paul and Md ONLY M Persons of Bt FIRST CL Cars to from the stocking of the old woman with the yellow rosette on her who sits near the left of the knitting i Captain seems a very squeamish voung I must i is promoted I When P tite as they used he said one am glad to hear to call was being brought along in for we shall need these men with military the tumbril she saw him and out training some Jacques is of the his and of slapping j I people and always will Don't fret face for her impudence he only turned I I Mere he will come pale and looked the other When 1 out all right sooner or The day threw the in will come when Jacques will throw off face he rode up and his gold lace and become again a plain knocked du Mort down with the citizen like his friend He flat of his and when the guillo has eyes and ears and cannot help tine made an end of the ling out the truth about that i a tear on the big If he i were not such a pet of Robespierre he would not be so cruel as to would be in a tell to A play with an heart like i in How Some Statesmen Senator of writes like copper John A. Logan's signature takes up a whole Judge pens his name in big black f Lamar's signature looks the writing of a monk of the middle j Senator Frye writes his State and date without taking his pen from I the The hand of David Davis is as heavy at He uses black ink and tuates Senator of more ink th m any other man in the ate io write his Senator of writes a big bold It is the hand of a man in sound physical The late Anthony wrote n hand modeled on the tracks in the mud of his big turkey farm in 1'ttlc Senator Edmunds an sig looks more like MgD on a ten b than A Bass Invention or Modern All nations seem to have drums of various but always a j small It for modern to produce gantic specimens which are to f in our Nine of who have great i at will to the huge instruments which added thunder the mighty mass of there Surh drums were dreamt of by the an- I The necessity for having ble instruments would have ev them from even if their had been thought The First The first clock which appeared in rone win that which ithe secretary of ns to hh royal bj of horologe of constructed tlie course of twelve answered to the hour with as many little brazen on a of balls and The Venetians had clocks in and n of them that to PUNGENT On her beam en Is sun. Nothing to speak of A A glowing a The story of life is nearly a of The skating link man never wood If you w of m marry a of What kind of m-e doci a young man when he pups the Ac noticed that a woman who dour mat oil tho sidewalk the public It is no sign that a man has attained to a ripe old ago simply bee uise he goes home his In- in ul a i An 1 Mv are on lie softly remarked to he gently pi iced his aim h thought it would do most goo I. A camel work fur seven or eight without in who will drink seven or vvi A man in Georgia tells of a ten-pound which stopped a mill Either the have been smaller than the or the lie bigger the A man m ikes his living in by hot He has no tomers Hie Their wives keep them in During an examination a medical dent being the does pop the question and ars 1 An article in a New paper is headed to Young The fathers of daughters in this city have adopted tho plan of reaching them with their A storekeeper set a spring gnu in his More for twenty-two years without bagging anything until old musket fell down and shot him through be th how that chimney complained a wife to her might do my he replied like to know you it might A fall of soot stopped tho of I The impudent scamp I you will break your with indeed I marry h I didn't believe you hated him as badly A girl is to marry one of the mm who devised zone standard marriage may be a happy one if rush in with the remark that 1 ho is anxious to caliber bis After the Mrs. it number was What beautiful aii Mrs. ful my I thought it was It was fearfully there to Ire any ventilation at Man 'Tis that i- tlie why a i; it I've a tif dirty I know II severely demanded you take your cine sweetly I idy found the mixture of compound bitterness had been in- tended for cold lying snugly the the I thought you told me yo i had taken your 1 but you didn't ask mo where I took it so I kept quiet that But he didn't keep quiet at the point of In and balmy summer When we to m a triple And is fair as an I'm fond of a or cool ice In chilly and Mustering winter we miss the and the And the SHIR lay and tho so I'm fond of the toothsome oyster Throughout whether or There's a hiked in in To which my inclination On Sunday pork and t Boston i
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