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   Delta Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 6, 1885, Delta, Pennsylvania                               Delta PUBLISHED WEEKLY BY THE Herald Publishing Company ________DELTA, PA. OFFICE I> THE HERALD Bl ILUl.Xi TEKMS per year, in advacce; If within months- aftur r.m A failure to direct a discontinuance at the expiration of the time subscribed fur, will be considered as a utw engagement. can be discontinued at any time by paying all arrearages. j PLAIN AITO FAltCT JOB PRINTING Special INUKVKNUKNT NEWSPAPER. RECEJfl nd Prompt Attention 4T TF3 HERALD OFFICE. BTIB is VOL. VII. DELTA, YORK COUNTY, PA., MARCH NO. UJ. JPRICES LOW. TERMS CASH Professional and Business ATTOUNEYS AT I.VXV. rilflOUAS J1L, Attorney at Law, 49 St Panl Rdtimcre, Md. JQ203 JAMES H. Attorney at Law, 45 St. Faol Street, Baltimors, Md oct 13 82 TIT J. AfroHSEt AT LAW. S. Main St.. Shrew sbuiy, Pa. Will attend promptly to any business sep entrusted to his care. TTEXRY W. ARCHER, JR., Attorney at Law, BEL Aid. MD. QTEVENSOX A. WILLIAMS. Attorney at Law. BEL Ant, Will give prompt attention to all busi- ness entrusted to his care. jail 7 SI JT W. JITCALL, Attorney at Law. PA. Office Building. inly 10 '82 W.F.Biy S.ewart. II.U Gco.E.Xeff STEWART, N1LES XEFF, Attorneys at Law, !o Biix-kford Stewart. ihe Coi.i t House. Y'yX Fa. Oo.i- sa'tation in Enyl'sb Mid German. GEO. W. IIEtGES, A T T O R X E V A T L A W. has remweJ to Kaom 2. Small's Mercantile and Law Building. No. E. M.-irk'l-t St., overMcClellan Go.waltz's rto Ge.s-i, K. D-Zy -J-K Stn GEISE, ZIIGLBtTSTRAWBBIBGE, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, 1 East Market Street, (Over Wtisner. Son Carl's Bank. StTLTAT'OX IS ESGLISH AND GEB3UN- lEOKCJE MeELROV, Attorney at Law, VonK, PA. Office in Mercantile and Law nearly opposite court sep 10-fH) i EORGE B. COLE. ATTOBNSI AT YUIIK, PA. Office, 1 Centre ,-ecoud tioor. SJN J. W. HELLER, Attorney at Law. PA. Office, S. corner Centre Square. SSfi 10-SSjf _ ___ __ _ JEVI MA1SH, J ATTOBNET AT LAW. YORK, PA. Consultation in nnd German. jr. Lehmaytr's opposite Metzel's H-itel. sep 1U-S2 If NVI. EK, Attorney at Law. YORK, PA. No. 22 East Masfcet street. sep 30-S-2 J. T. CRAWFOKD, Justice of the Peace and Surveyor. DELTA, PA, Po-rtiealar attention siren to the collec- tion of claims. Deeds. Mortgages, and other legal instrument drawn with accura- cy. oct 13-S2 T10BERT S. PAKKE, Justice of the Peace, DELTA, PA. All uosiness attended to with care snd jane 13-82 Dr- R. D. Dodson, BILLIEYIR SMALL CO. to H. Snir.11'3 Sons   tLe same wanted ?ap9r and wa.low Jes at prjcfs. Call 01 ,ir to dim and see hisbeaatifn! lices JAfOB 'HVERS, 39 North Street. TJO brancb or any connection 'inj iionse in thf city. to and from the Central to store. sat before me, blushing a little as be spoke of her youth and her innocent and graceful ways and the pure, honest love he bore for her. Jacques not a peasant. His grand father was LeCompt d'Artelles, and although he himself could have no title I for I married a still he could claim, if he pleaded, to be- long to the nobility. Soafter this I would noi let him como to see me so often, that no one of the court might know that he was not rich, or that his mother TV as a plain citoyenne- But I still heard from "Vou shull have said a voice be- hind me. I turned and saw M. ('.iron hlmse'f. "Seek safety in flight, and that immediately! I know all thri story. I heard of it jint now at the court and came to (his ho'.ise to help you. There is a horse outside. TaKc it nnd ride like the wind until you reach the frontier.'' "And that means leave France for i ever.''added M. Robespierre. ....v. "Bet'ur that than said M. Car- Jacques' that he had been on- capiain of the guards (this j'thouriit, havc a for thrmich the Ma; Juise. but I learned than said M. Robespierre. "lean ftftenviird that it was throush M. Caron Slvc safety for the present re- and was permitted fo 'cnSc for  law. IteiiitMiilxT it In i-h as --it VVi.ii you wtmM not dare IvMO'Vll, Aii'l inako mira lo-, wh-Mi Tiic-1 Hint will fij An I tht'ir Htr'iv.-vs, by Hii'l by, l.ik" jjoisoned bro-ith Iiavo 'juiti' forgot Ora'.I outxr >wn s vanttlu1! thought IJ.i-'k to your mind to in-tk-> it-; hoiut-, V dovi1 or savon, it '.rill Vho.i li-i fair; ;i vita! trirt mi In sliapitii; w ij-NK arid Jot's is so iutfi'-alf UVnrVr U'lVor. inCwt Cti I Albertson, Proprietor since 18o4. CONNECTED the foolish longings of my soft old M- Robespierre. I am ready mother-heart, but do what I could, I could not help feeling angry against the woman who was robbing me of mv son. Sometimes M. Robespierre would come and tell me about the world out- i side and the court. HITVCE 1S41. y. W. Comer St. Paul and Fsyette Sts., Baltimore, Md ONLY M CENTS. Persons Uking of Bt FIRST CL Cars rwfe to (Extract from the stocking of Rouge, the old woman with the yellow rosette on her cap, who sits near the left of the knitting i "This Captain Pcraubier seems a very squeamish voung man. I must watch. i "Jacques is promoted again, I When T.a P tite Marquise.' as they used he said one day. "I am glad to hear it, to call her. was being brought along in for we shall need these men with military the tumbril she saw him and out training some day. Jacques is of the his name, and of slapping j I people and always will be. Don't fret face for her impudence he only turned I I him, Mere Pemubier. he will come pale and looked the other way. When 1 out all right sooner or later. The day l.a Tete-du-Mort threw the vitioil in l.a will come when Jacques will throw off p'tite Marquise's face he rode up and his gold lace and become again a plain knocked l.a Tetc du Mort down with the citizen like his friend Robespierre. He flat of his sword, and when the guillo has eyes and ears and cannot help find- tine made an end of the marouisefl   f reserved. Lamar's signature looks the writing of a monk of the middle j ages. Senator Frye writes his name. State and date without taking his pen from I the paper. The hand of David Davis is as heavy at himself. He uses black ink and punc- tuates profusely. Senator Sewell, of N'ew Jersey, more ink th m any other man in the Sen- ate io write his name. Senator Gorman, of Maryland, writes a big bold hind. It is the hand of a man in sound physical condition. The late hcnator Anthony wrote n hand modeled on the tracks in the mud of his big turkey farm in 1'ttlc lihodc Senator Edmunds an sig natuic. whirh looks more like trr: MgD on a hine'rt ten b >x than Knglifii script. Leirier. A Bass Invention or Modern Times. All nations seem to have [nssc.-isecl drums of various kinds, but always "f a j compaiatively small It remain' for modern to produce jji- gantic specimens which are to b" f in our orchestras. Nine of tho-e who have at'rnd'-d great music'il fc-tivai-, i it, V, P-a'-" Handrtl at f.nndon will fitil to re.nember the huge instruments which added thfir rKep. rollmcr thunder !o the mighty mass of ton" there heard. Surh drums were dreamt of by the an- I The necessity for having pirts- ble instruments would have ev liuied them from me, even if their had been thought desirable.- -Jlfwai The First Clock. The first clock which appeared in Kn- rone win probihh that which Kginhard ithe secretary of harlTnugne) desciibcs ns sen! to hh royal ma-tier bj AbdalUh, of Persia. "A horologe of brasa, ondcrfuily constructed tlie course of twelve hours, answered to the hour with as many little brazen twlls, wl.j. !i do-vn on a 'ort of balls uc- derneath, and soi.ndel other." The Venetians had clocks in S72, and n of them that to Constnntioople. PUNGENT PARAGRAPHS. On her beam en Is sun. Nothing to speak of A dude. A glowing iudint'.y -liaising a fam- ily. The story of :i life is nearly a t.ile of wiiu.i The shro.vii skating link man never li.ud wood tlo'irs. If you c.ui't ni.irry .1 w of .ooti-tp, m tn, marry a of What kind of m-e doci a young man like, when he pups the Ac inie-ceiicc. d'tiemjii Someb'ily noticed that a woman who bhal.cs'the dour mat oil tho sidewalk "tilU the public eye." Item. It is no sign that a man has attained to a ripe old ago simply bee uise he goes home meliow everv night. Trail- I'old p'-.vpiration eliillej his brow, I'.itK-ie-; Illli-l In- linun. II" in ul a s'l'cui i t-inp M-an-j vow, An 1 nowr sinil-.-d Mv alTeutioii? are on lie softly remarked to her, he gently pi iced his aim when- h thought it would do most goo I. I'iltt'mrg i'le. A camel work fur seven or eight clavs without drinking, in in-dlllcis eoiiii1 men. who will drink seven or L-ight d.ijs vvi h.iiit woikiug. A man in Georgia tells of a ten-pound trout, which stopped a mill wheel. Either the vvlicel mii-t have been smaller than the tioiit or the lie bigger tlrin the mill. J'v.1'. A man m ikes his living in I'ittsburg by pc.ldlini: hot water. He has no cus- tomers Hie m.irricd men. Their wives keep them in hot, water. ..Vr.T.l L-l.fft'. During an examination a medical stu- dent being askc.l the question, "Uhen does monilic.aion replied: yo.i pop the question and ars 1 'no.' Xnn. An article in a New England" paper is headed "Hyw to Keaeh Young Men." The fathers of icvcr.il inarri.-igeablo daughters in this city have adopted tho plan of reaching them with their boots. -1'urt. A Yinnoiit storekeeper set a spring gnu in his More for twenty-two years without bagging anything until theolhcr niirht, when" t'.ie old musket fell down and shot him through be th l''rrr, "Mv. how that chimney smokes." complained a wife to her liu-.b.md. "It might do my he replied couMiliiigly. "I'd like to know how." "Whv, you see, it might che-.v." A fall of soot stopped tho (low of conversation. "l.ovch in? No, nvimnvi. I hatohim. The impudent jo'ing scamp "Then I inv'ie-ir. you will break your cng.ig'-meiit with indeed not; I .-.'hall marry h m." "Well, well, I didn't believe you hated him as badly A lio-ton girl is gointr to marry I'rof. Edmunds, one of the mm who devised zone standard time. marriage may be a happy one if soni" tscndi'di pars- grapiiis'. (ioisn't rush in with the remark that 1 ho is anxious to caliber bis llTti'd. After the concert: Mrs. "Th it 'ust number was delicious. What !i beautiful aii Mrs. ful air! l-'or my part, I thought it was cxtremelv oppiessivo. It was fearfully warm. there riidn't to Ire any ventilation at Man TmM'npt.. 'Tis vii'l that figure, n'-v.-r ii'n i- tlie why a 'J i; it I've a "f tif aii-t dirty gas. I know II iika Ananias. Yrv Jovrnit. severely demanded you take your medi- cine "Yes, sweetly ill- I idy found the mixture of compound bitterness th.it had been in- tended for I'inder's cold lying snugly tin'ier the wa-iist.md. the !c "Yes. mim.'' I thought you told me yo i had taken your 1 did. ma; but you didn't ask mo where I took it to, so I kept quiet on, that point." But he didn't keep quiet at the point of h'r Comti- TIIF. BOSTON" DAIVTIICS. In and balmy summer When we seorn to m a triple elirw, And th" eirih is fair as an ansrei's dream, I'm fond of a or cool ice cream. In chilly and Mustering winter hours, we miss the and the And the SHIR lay and tho so I'm fond of the toothsome oyster stew. Throughout year, whether eold or hot, There's a d.iintv hiked in in pot. To which my inclination Icaas On Sunday morning- pork and t Boston i NEWSPAPER?   

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