Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1885, Delta, Pennsylvania Delta An Independent 8. J. year in if raid I if not paid within u three W 1 vnor nt on Off for Messrs. AV. Scott ami Oliver McConkey started last Tuesday for the groves of They will be about 10 the weather predicts I a big storm for the loth of Col. Copeland is to iu the M. P. I church on Friday and Saturday i of next liis subjects are to and I The of the most i Iu the case against J. Fulton lecturers on the American and recently tried before county these lectures are Don't fail j Court for violation of the Local Option i bear FURNITURE I Arrival of New A Thin case against J. Fulton the and Ukl ail uit iu his plea was that lie did not but it. The jury thought j this dodge too transparent and rendered a worm MARCH 6, 1885. PRESIDENT CLEVELAND ALL who want to be postmaster in ill please hold up their hands THE 48th Congress is no Th people shed but few tears over its demise It has left the country in a very unsettle It did some things it should no have done and left undone many it should have PRESIDENT ARTHUR leaves the chair o the Chief Executive with the genera good wishes of the American 11 entered the in a troublesome time but with the sentiment of the clearly Karely has a Pres dent taken his scat when the will of th people was so clearly manifest as whc Arthur succeeded And whil Mr. Arthur lacked the strength of a leat his rule has on the whole been mor judicious than the mass of the people ON the 4th. Grover Cleve land was inaugurated President of 1h States with the greatest demon ever shown on such an occasion It is estimated that fully person were iu What a contrast i the condition of the government now am the Democrat handed the reins over to the Republicans Then it was feared the President dec should never reach Washington alive Bnd he was inaugurated under Military The treasury was empty am deep of war were heard soon broke forth in terrific Tka President Cleveland may safely guide the Ship of State is the sincere desire of al good Ice on the Should there be a continuous destruction is feared along the Susque hapna In places that broad stream is frozen to the bottom for save ti little channel for the Ice ha gorged at many points and the matter o blasting it has been It is fear ed the Columbia will be For good pair of 4 years will trade on a good Too much stock the only reason for AV. It. Delta How License Chicago Letter in Mt. Lancaster Herul I notice that some of the Lancaster pers are advocating the passage of a high license law in your state and are citing 11 linois among other states as a bright and shining example of such a Several years ago Illinois passed what Is known as the Harper It provides that the minimum fee for a beer license shall be and for a liquor license Previous to the passage of this law we and still a system of as follows The aldermen pf say incorporated city or village can grant license or as they see lit. The board of which corresponds in a pleasure to your board of county holds the power of ing or refusing license for all not incorporated as a city or These the aldermen and have power to fix the fee as much above the minimum figures as they see In a number of towns throughout the State the cost of a license is as much as To any one who has studied this license question and has observed its workings in this state the following facts are 1. There is no appreciable diminution of drunkenness or of the amount of liquor 2. Crimea directly traceable to strong drink are not on the Chicago has within two months doubled her police 8. The class of persons engaged in the business has not On the other some of the persons who do not to make extra exertion to secure tom have dropped out and others who arc less scrupulous fill their 4. The increased cost of the license in- duces the to make greater exertions to secure and makes the temptation to sell without a license 5. That there are fully as if not more places where drinks can be 6 That high license demoralizes the officials and the The increased fees here go into the local will for a short time decrease the and officers and people will look upon saloons as a relief from the burden of This will tend to less care in the issuing of licenses and less fulness of the manner in which they are This at least is the condition of things in and around There are several ways of looking at this As a legitimate As a necessary and a subject for As an unmitigated If the first is the correct why should we discriminate against the high If the second is the right as it is the popular then our whole license system is nothing but a system of legal We say in substance to the can continue your business if yon pay us what we It is or money or your Imsi I have no doubt that Abe zard and Jake Ebersole and many other occasional boarders at the Hotel de would like to be accorded the privilege of carrying on their business in the I have the but the numerous applicants could had for a license if the fee were fixed at or even If the business is an evil no amount of license money ill make it any it only makes it not I trust the of the old Keystone State will not act Mr. C. of York tured in the Hall in the of the Aii ville Literary and Heading sociation last Monday evening to a full The Early This is a very interesting Mr. has put a great deal of time and brains to this subject and is a line The ture occupies about an hour and a ter in delivery and all who heard it were highly Early Chickens and Peach Mr. B. of Broad has an and is hatching ens by artificial More than one hundred young chickens have come out of their shells this week and in a few Mr. McCoy to have nearly Mr. McCoy also has a in the way of a tree it. lie has engaged to sell a peck of peaches for Candor compels us to say that the tree is in a sheltered The U. S. the famous editor of v i -i i oiu u itu a r he cail Hi The paper he published at and will doubtless the The issue is promised to be out It be an paire price a W. A. Wedding A very enjoyable supper was had last given by Mrs. Humphrey Evans of West to the lately ried Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Kamsay and invited After a pleasant social was engaged our hostess invited us to the dining room a tempting repast had been prepared to which all did ample After spending some time longer there we departed for our homes well pleased with our evening's I desire to announce to niv friends and the public that 1 have opened mv store at and prepared to accommodate the people with a stock of store at reasonable Country produce taken in exchange for A liberal share of public age respectfully T. SPECIAL ETC. IK iii this column j Kil kimis ings JACOB Pa Death of an Aged of Peach On Wednesday Feb. Mr. dietl at his residence iu Peach Bottom vears and 2'- Tlie remains interred n The conducted bv the Save time and money by to Hi D. Smith of Slate The don's well-stocked Fresh 1 1 fine For full description with price call on or address J. j marli For and sro to Eagle the one price corner 3rd and Locust For anything in the Hne of roods and iro to A. Fresh arrival of ery cheap for cash or free trial of Prof. Past It treatment for nervous anil ic in men can be had Harris St. E. Arnold it Co. are selling Over coats at for Call and one before they are all for the Delta If you already the induce a friend to svii Spring other Mrs. L. A. A New 1'irm Sacrificing B. H. LAU I t r ers were grandsons George George Calvin Kvau Kilgore and Clark The deceased was born in Peach tom within a mile of the place 'n which he on the farm now owned by He spent his whole life in York county except 4 of 2 were spent in Ohio and i in He enjoyed the great blessing of reason until the Compound Syrup of n and sure cure f r coughs and jOi pEACH ROAD AS Stations Harvey Tollinger near this has icen confined to his room for some pr. M. McDonald is his attending The Bald Eagle singing is in a The vocalists arc j liy the Balil Eagle String Band which mlds very much to 1'hey every Those of food music should 3Ir.s. of this has one of the most beautiful collections of lowers in this The large window of her mansion very much by those who pass Mrs. AV. s n lover of Mowers and they flourish un- der her The of Fawn township in K. church Friday Feb. Tth to Temperance The was called to order by Rev. A. After singing and prayer he nee was addressed bv 1'rof, of Mr. also a few The then wilh the following AV. AV. Anderson R. L. nd AV. f. liedman J. AV. to meet Thursday Mar. the A. S. of be present to address the Mar. From At present we have the prospect of a and thaw which will be very acceptable change of the the excellent sleighing nd the beautiful snow which covers ills with winter's This has een undoubtedly a very hard winter to especially old persons have ex- a very trying There is a read deal of sickness in this locality of hich the most prominent type is pastor of M. E. churah met with a verv accident some time since by ng on the ice. and breaking his Dr. L. Jarrett reduced the Several of the residents of this are going the on ball at Washington on the The wheat crop in this is less this season than former which is attributed the icv ami the late rains doing a Ml of Mr. of the home of his -in Mr. to he an employee in in Our were in glee as far business was during eighing which brought to this and ro- ved business for the time AVc arc tirm believers in the groundhog and whv we not bcv C. 1. T on a m Arrive ill 1) Arrive in new St. station 55 p m Arrive ia Sat. No. i pin 8-1.) pin Hi O 33 m Xo li Leave a m Leave Philadelphia 7 p in Leave oxford in r 10 a m p m R i; 50 will leave York County Side at in. Leave 1'osuitv at 10 0 a. jri p in. Tho oilier trips when from stations to ami Baltimore for sale tiy the al with oud Corrected A. A S. 1, rtr 70 7: 1. 77 Clover Important Notice TO S In addition to our Very Low we will per off for from Farmers taken until April 1st. our store full of ami goods which Ave fell at remarkable low Come MATTRESS FACTORY Mr. of the on tlie of A of nt T. to Mr. Mrs. were ignorant any sneli ami party Mrs. in the sitting with a tied After an chai and and Mr. Orr several ladies than repaired to kitchen where they HAia AND HUSK i GEORGE W. for To my mind Iowa and Maine have taken the only wise course in this solute don't quote what some paid sunic says about the failure of the laws to in those and about there being more liquor i there than before the laws were If that so why do they complain The more liquor is consumed the better for an argument makes converts among the think Ing The fact remains that the law a After vi rv ant evening they bade Mr. C. and his ilv trood A. W. his last K. church next His people mourn the friend and a in this and faithful A revival The of Mr. ly them a Alice of her par. at this Died On Keo S illness of of 1 31 He was the of th his r of Peach Bottom He a wife and friends to mourn l and Gent's Goods STOCK FULTON he Best in the can bo relied to fill La o 11 10 is o Orders on short T TI jt AJI 4 fall Highest Cash Prices AV. E. CO. January 1st, 1885, I ti I 1'tirkey Abo CASH As I will Country mil cither in cash or may Thankful to my for liberal ill I lie 1 a continuance of the A. H. WN violate rale I T. THE I Also Coal Oil i Tobacco I and York Flour a of ALL GOODS MARKED In Plain Figures Sewin OH LIKE THE and Children's and BBE Custom ork and a AGENTS for 0 K. TS Court PA BY Give General N. Y. 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