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TELE AKGUB. SATU11DAY. MAY 9, 1891.
HE PUBLICAN PRIMARIES.
Bict headache, bilious hcadac'ie,
dizziness, constipation, indigestion,
T.itinna attacks, and all deran'rn.
merits of the liver, stomach and
bowels. It's a large contract, Vut
the smallest things in the world do
the business Dr. Pierce's Plcasj.nt
Pellets. They're the smallest, lut
the most effective. They go to
work ii the right way. Hey
cleanse and renovate the eystjm
thoroughly but they do it mildly
and gently. Yon feci tho gcod
they do but you don't fid
them doing it. As a Liver Pill,
they're unequaled. Sugar-coat jd,
easy to take, and put up in vi;;ls,
and hermetically sealed, and thus
always fresh and reliable. A per
fect vest-pocket remedy, in sir all
vials, and only one necessary for a
laxative or three for a cathartic.
They're the cheapest pill you can
buy, because they're guaranteed to
give satisfaction, or your money is
You only pay for the good vou
That's the peculiar plan all Dr.
Tierce's medicines aro sold on,
UNACQUAINTED VtlTH THE QEOGRArHY OF THIS COUNTRY W.U. ( BTAIH
I'UCH VALUABLE INFORMATION FROM A STUDY OF THIS MAP CF THE
CMcap, M Maui & Pacific Bu
Tiic Direct Route to and from Chicago, Jolict. Ofawa,
K'oria, La fsille. Sloline, Rocfc Islauil, in ILLII-OIS;
I'avnirmrr, ?!u-scatta", Ottumwa, Oskaloosa, Dcs
M.ilnrs, Vin'.-rset, Audubon, Harlan and Ccuncil
J'.lufi!. in IOWA: Minneapolis nut! St, Taul, in MIX
KESOTA; Watertown and Sioux Falls, in DAKOTA;
Catiirron. su Joseph and Kansas Ci:y, in MISSOL'KI;
Omaha, Lincoln, Fairbury and Nelson, inXEBRA -KA;
Atcinnin, Leavenworth, Hortou, Topelta, Hutchinson.
Wichita, Belleville, Abilene, Dodge City. Calilmll, in
KANSAS; Klnsftsher, El Reno and Jlinco, in IN"IAX
TERHITOKY: Denver, Colorado Sprinfrs and Fi.eblo,
In COLl )R A DO. Traverses new areas of rich fat ailug
ai.J grazinR lands, affording the best facilities of .nter
comniunication to all towns and cities east and west,
r.orthwc and southwest of Chicago and to I'aclfl ; and
VESTIBULE EXPRESS TRAINS
Leading ai: competitors In splendor of equip nent,
Mwwn CHICAGO and EES MOINES. COUSCIL
BLT'FFS and OMAHA, and between CHICAGO and
IiEN'VER, COLORADO SPRINGS and PUEBLO, via
KANSAS CITY and TOPEKA and via ST. JOSEPH.
First-Class Day Coaches, FREE KECLIMN'G C1IAIE
CARS, and Palace Sleepers, with Dining Car Service.
Close connections at Denver and Colorado Spring! with
diverging railway lines, now forming tho new and
TRANS-ROCKY MOUNTAIN ROUTE
Over which rnijwbly-eqnipped trains run dally
THROUGH WITHOUT CHANGE to and from Salt
Lake City, Optra and Ban F'xncisco. THE l.JCE
ISLAND is also the Direct ana Favorite Line to and
from Manitou. Pike's Peak and nil other Ban i tar' and
6cenic resorts and cities and miningdistrictsinCol irada
DAILY FAST EXPRESS TRAINS
From St. Joseph and Kansas City to and from a 1 im
T ortant towns, cities and sections in Southern Neb rnska,
Kansas and the Indian Territory. Also via AL 1ERT
LEA ROUTE from Kansas City and Chicago to Vater
town, Sioux Falls. MINNEAPOLIS and ST. I AUL.
connections for all points north and northwest b tween
the lakes and the Pacific Coast.
For Tickets, Maps, Folders, or desired infonmtion
apply to any Coupon Ticket Office in the United States
or Canada, or address
E. ST. JOHN, JOHN SEBASTIAN,
Gen'l Manager, Genl Tkt 4 Pass. A gt,
BITUATKD ON s
NORTH SHORE SS5jjf3
WILL be under the supervision or the
Burlington, Cedar Rapids ei Northern
Hallway. W. J. MORRISON, Manager, and
will be open for tbe reception of tr testa
June 1 6th In each vear. Visitors wil. And
is first-class in all of Its appointments,
beinar supplied with tras, hot and cold
. water baths, electric bells and all modern
improvements, steam laundry, biiUard
halls, bow liner alley, etc., and posit vely
Tree from annoyance by mosquito s.
ROUND-TRIP EXCURSION TICKETS
will be placed on sale at the commmce
ment of tourist season by the Burlin rton,
Cedar Rapids & Northern Railway and
all of its connecting1 Unes at low rat es to
the following- points: Spirit Lake, I awa;
Waterville, Minneapolis, St. Paul and
Lake Minnetcnlca. Minnesota; Latco Su
perior points; Yellowstone Park and
points In Colorado. ,,
Write for "A Midsummer Paradias" to
the onnrAl Ticket and Passenger A lent,
Cedar Rapids. Iowa; for hotel ratss to
WOMAN'SL ACCOUNT OF HER
FIRST LESSONS IN DELSARTE.
L VivacioiiH Description of Interesting
Scenes In tho Class Room Where Beauty
Learns to Move with Grace and Xjs.
soineness Sitting nd Walking;.
"So you, too, belonc to the Delsartn tV,.
ciple class?" I heard a man say to a pretty
nuniftu ul t uiDuer.
"Pray, how do vou know?" with n ulicrhk
lifting of the eyebrows and a suspicion of
"From the manner in whiph cat-
down at table, then took that olive and
now ni UDie it. 1 ou are unconsciously con
scious of a new mannerism in which you
are not perfect, but which you practice
whenever you remember to do so. I have
detected a dozen women within the last
two weeks making the same effort. Come,
own up. Aren't you a Delsartean?"
The pretty woman laughed so heartily
as to attract general attention. A conven
ient lull in the service gave opportunity
for a broadside of questions. The pretty
woman, now thoroughly roused to a spirit
of repartee, confessed that she did belong
to a female class who had been making a
study of the Delsartean methods; that all
her set were in it."
Oh, yes, our spirited little informant was
quite willing to "give the whole snap
away," with illustrations too.
"You all laughed at the manner in which
I took an olive. Now I'll show you the
difference between the old way and the
new. Mary," turning toour hostess, "just
help yourself out of that dish."
Mrs. B put her hand straight out to
the dish, captured the olive and drew it
straight back to her mouth, evidently be
lieving that, the shortest distance between
two points is the straight line tbat joius
"Oh! but that is too awful," shrieked the
Dclsarteau. "Xow watch me."
The little hand was poised, the wrist
moved slowly downward in a gentle curve,
the finger tips dropped on the olive like a
butterfly oil a rose, the hand returned to
the mouth in an upward curve, the whole
motion describing a parabola, and with
the slightest turn of the wrist olive met its
The movement was so pretty and grace
ful that we applauded vigorously and
asked for more.
CONTRASTS IX COLOU3.
So she went on:
"It wits very fuuny the first day our class
assembled. We all went in street costumes,
and were drawn up in a line feeling rathet
ashamed and inclined to giggle as our very
stern and aesthetic looking teacher stalked
in and eyed us keeuly. She wore no stays.
"The first thing she did after looking us
over was to march up to Mrs. B , who,
you know, hri3 a bright color, aud touch
ing a turquois brooch which pinned bet
bonnet strings said, severely: 'Don't you
know that blue and red, being opposite
colors, should never be worn in juxtaposi
tion? Your blue pin simply emphasizes
the redness of your cheeks, which, I pre
sume, you whih to subdue.' Mrs. B-
blushed from red to scarlet, but meekly
took her turquois off and put it in het
"Turning immediately to Mrs. C ,
who is stout and was trying to suppress a
snicker, our teacher remarked coldly: 'May
I ask, mudarae, why you stand with yout
rms hanging against your hips? You sim
ply increase your breadth by the width ol
your arms. Clasp you hands thus just be
low the point of your stays, and you will
materially reduce your appearance ol
"Just then, as a happy diversion, Miss
G , who, you know, is about as graceful
a woman as there is in town, came surging
into the room with a 'Hello! girls,' and bet
regular little wriggle of her hand in the
"Our apostle eyed her keenly for a mo
ment and then spoke: 'Madam, your en
trance into the room was as graceful a
movement ns I have seen since I left Kng
land; but the charming effect of your free
and easy carriage was completely marred
by that abominable little flourish of the
hand. Never raise your hand above your
head if you can avoid it. But let us revert
to other matters more physical than ojs
thetic. Will you ladies please Bit down
and then rise again?'
"As we sank into chairs, fautenils and
divans and then struggled to our feet
again the spasm of pain which shot across
our instructress' severe features told the
tale that we had done something awful
to her at least. Her voice sounded almost
sepulchral as she uttered her dictum:
" 'Xot one no, not one of you ladies
knows how to sit down or rise again.
"She approached close to-a chair, brought
her heels close together and sat down gent
ly in a perfectly perpendicular line, with
out any lurch or swaying backward against
the cushions. As she arose the heels went
slightly under the chair and she resumed
the perpendicular without any other mo
tion than a straightening of the knees.'
"We were all conscious now of having
made a terrible botch of the simple daily
process of sitting dowu. Some of us had
thumped down, others sprawled, and in
rising all of us had leaned forward with a
jerk, while a majority had used the hands
on the knees or hips as sort of levers to pry
GOIXO CP STAIHS.
"We were now asked to go up stairs one
by one. Jolly little Miss N , who is
full of mischief, grabbed up her skirts,
doubled over forward, and went up with a
rush. We all followed more slowly, sup
posing we were on precisely the right
"Again the incisive, steely voice blighted
" 'You all bend forward humpbacked
with your shoulders rounded and your
lungs contracted. You need air in your
lungs in climbing. Keep the body perfectly
erect, as in rising from a chair. The strain
will fall on the calves of your legs and
hips, and that is where it belongs.' So we
all marched up again, straight as broom
sticks, and really you know it is ever so
much easier, and I can now go up three
flights to the nursery without ever a gasp
" 'Xow, ladies, I want to see how you can
fall down. At the words "All fall" I want
to see you all lying on the floor.
" 'All fall!'
"There was a most absurd giggling and
wabbling aud squatting and wallowing for
a moment until our teacher said: As
supposed. Now rise, if you please.' Only
three of us could get up without help."
" 'Please watch me,' and without an ef
fort she sank gracefully on one knee, then
inclined over on her hip, and turning side
ways lay flat on her back. Then reversing
the movement she was on her feet again in
a second. We all tried this over and over
again, and in subsequent lessons a lot of
us have caught the trick quite well." New
1 ork ueraiu.
Ielest-s MrlertMl le Kendal's
The republican ward caucuses to select
delegates to the county convention which
meets Monday afternoon to elect dele
gates to the judiciary convent'on at Moa
mouth the following day, were held last
evening with the exception of the Fifth
ward, and resulted m follows:
First Ward J. F. McGarvev. chair
man, ihaties F. Bladel, secretary. Dele
eates E. B. McKown, August Peterson,
W. J. Gahegan, James McGarvey.
second Ward E. E. Parmentcr. chair
man, 8. W. Searle. secretary. Delegates
Morris Rosenfleld. J. S. Gilmore. 8.
W. bearle, E. E Parmenter. Ii. A. Don
Third Ward E G. Frazer. chairman.
F. W. Rinck, secretary. Delegates
W. H. Gest, W. 8. Knowlton. J. M.
Fourth Ward John Peetz. chairman.
C. F. Walker, secretary. Delegates
irau. Wilkinson, E. U. Sweeney. 8. J.
Collins, William Jackson.
Sixth Ward C. J. Searle, chairman.
Conrad Schneider, secretary. Delegates
Robert Lynn, C. J. Searle. John Cramer.
Seventh Ward G. M. Grote, chairs
man; M. E. Sweeney, secretary. Dele
gates Seventh ward J. C. Adams, L
8. McCabe, C. W. Foss, M . E. Sweeney.
Id many of the wards there were ex
pressions in favor of the re-flection of
Judge Pleasants, and a number of attor
neys spoke in favor of Judge PieasalilS
lie sitting judge 89 much of his tioie as
possible. In the Third ward the follow
ing resolution was adopted:
Resolved, That it 19 tbe sense of this
c kucus that the county convention to be
held next Monday should select delegates
lo the convention to be held at Monmouth
in the interest or lion. George W. Pleas
ants for one of the nominees as Circuit
jude, and that the delegates should be
tree and uncommitted as to any candi
dates from other counties.
Resolved. Further, tbat tbe caucus be
lieves it to be tbe will of tbe people of
this county that Judje Pleasants if re
elected, should preside as one of the
judges on the circuit.
7 Guardianhip of minor heirs of Iler
mhD Lippelt Bond of Mary Lippelt as
guxrdian filed and approved.
Estate of Bailey Davenport Final or
der approving administrator's report ot
sale confirming sale and ordering deeds.
Guardianship of tbe minor heirs of M.
Koch Letters of guardianship issued to
Mary Koch; bond filtd and approved.
Guardianship of lieinia A. loung.
Request of minor filed; petition by Cor
nelia loung, mother of minor, for ap
pointment of Daniel Zimmerman for such
Estate of John W . Cowden Proof of
posting and pib'ication of notice to cred-
LICENSED TO WED
6 Albert A. Scott, Amelia Nelson,
Moline; Henry Williams, Anna Stewart.
MoliDe; James Ktibkbamtner, Clarence,
Iowa, Mrs. Anoa Roehr, Rock Island.
83 L Walstencroft to 8 A Walsten-
croft, w 20 feet of lot 8, block 27, old
town of Moline. $1,000.
Caroline Tompson to Andrew Erick-
son. i lot 9. block 31. 18, lw, S28 33.
J Boyd Knetsar to R A Smith, lots 2nd
3, Stevens addition to Moline, f 1,800.
James Dicktnan to W H and J H Dick-
man, w 70 feet ot lot 6.. block 2, John W
Spencer's addition toRrci Llnd, $1.
Caroline Thompson to Gmttf S eiko,
part of lot 2", block 5, west Moline,
Orange ice at Krell & Math's; try a
Base ball at Davenport ball park to
day, Friday and Saturday.
Dancing at Bprinfir Cove Saturd4y eve
ning. Last car at 12 o'clock.
Davenport vs. Jolkt at Davenport ball
park Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
For Sale About 200 loads of ashes, at
Rock Island house. C G. Oaver
Private boarding for respectable young
men at 219 Seventeenth street.
The Davenport and Joliet clubs play
Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of
Milk shake, lemonade and all other
temperance drinks at Krell & Math's;
when thirsty stop in.
The Davenport's and Joliet's at Dav
enport ball park Monday, Tuesday and
Vanilla and chocolate ice cream and
orange ice at Krell & Math's; stop when
passing and try a dish.
The Crown dining room seives a better
meal for 25 cents ihan sny other place
in the city.
Try our orange ice and then pass your
opinion on it. We make it extra rich
and fine, using nothing but the fruit
juice. Krell & Math's ice cream parlor.
J. J. Lerch, the well known painter.
paper hanger, grainer, kalsominer, etc.,
is prepared to do all kinds of work in bis
line in first class manner, bnop sio
309 Eighteenth street.
For rent or sale cheap A good square
piano, now at 526 Thirtieth street. Kock
Island. For terms address F. E. Alex
ander, 1226, south Thirtieth avenue,
E. E. Parmenter, attorney ai, law
Makes collections, loans money and will
attend to any legal business intrusted to
him. Juice, postomce block, Kock isi
nd. His. ds&wly
0! TEX MI8KKY OF IT.
Human wretchedness touches bottom Id fco
sicknes. Life la held a feather" weight y th
unfortunate tfllirted with It. Why endure its
atrocious internal convulsions when Hostetter's
Stomach Bitters relieves them iustanter? Hot
only relieve, but prevents. It is not always -on
the "briny" that traveler's nausea Is experienced.
Railway journeying, ridirjr with one's back to the
horses or tbe locomotive sometimes produces it in
rnper-eensitive stomachs. Hostettet's Stomach
Bitters is always the prompt remedy. The mis
chievous properties of brtckish water the tvil in
natneeof miasma, unwholesome oi unaccustomed
food, excessive fatigue.whether bodily or mental,
the dyroeptie tendency bred by sedentary pur
suits, the pernicious effects of exposure to ex
tremes oi temperature or aampnese, an tnese are
effectually counteracted by this venial perserva-
tive of health. Cures also rheumatism, kidney
We have just received the first shipment of our new stock of
-FOR THE EARLY-
Spring season of 1891.
JSP-VVe invite evrj-body to call and examine them.
The Pioneer Clothier and Hatter,
115 and 117 West Second Street, DAVENPORT, IA.
Our Spring Stock of Ladies fine and medium
priced Oxfords are now ready for
Our Oxfords are first-class; our prices are from
25 to 30 per cent, cheaper than elsewhere.
Our stcck speaks for itself.
WE GIVE YOU $ I FOR$ l !
The Old Reliable Shoe House,
CARSE & CO,
1622 Second Avenue
Trtitvirt rniUlATitrillit-PAtiMMr tt ttl". r,km.
I mom all v;pis, ttvciclt and Uu-colormti'.. Fur
t bj lilt lilw-ciiuuruKVi ui, ui uuiutru i ' w
in fcuniTM oj
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SCHOOL OF forcT".06'
iriLTCDIDUV VAX.BKTINB BROS.,
ItLtDKnrnl ia-i jktuh, wis.
J. T. T3IXOJST,
And Dealer in Mens Fine Woolens.
1706 Second Avenue.
W. ja UUttiilOUIii Manager, ojian im
C. J. IVES. J. E. HANNEGAN.
rn twlllnlht't 6a'l IxM m twm
and DUioos trcnoie.