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.TITE2RGTJS,"S3TUnD"AY. MARCH 4, 100.1
$40 Havkcye Kitchen Cabinet
To be given away absolutely
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To some one of our customers, Saturday Eve. April 1st 0
Why not You ?
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PORT ARTHUR'S CAPTOR
Personality and Home Life of
CLOSE STUDENT OF WAE SUBJECTS
By calling at our stor anytime between now and H
April 1st, we will gladly explain to you how you sj
may procure it.
Wc are showing 25 different styles of Hawkcye $
Kitchen Cabinets in stock ranging in price from y
Japanese Milltarj- Commander Xot a.
Looter, bat a Man of Strong Cbar
aeter and Domentic Attrioate.
Creat Lover of IIorse Incident!
of Ilia Career on the Battlefield,
rartintr AVitli Ills Sons.
It was on tLe afternona cf Oct. 31,
lt4, that I made my visit to the boaie
of our devilish officer. General No?i,
vh.i took o: Lis ?Lou1iUts tLe full bur
den of the zitiTS of Port Arthur and
whose commands, issued by the virtue
of our aupust emperor, even then were
drowning the thundi rir.,.: voices i the
cnnnoii and causing uis ii.Iiirs i
march. Lrave sis full jrruwn Hj'.is. upo'.i
ti:e very Lriyom-ts of the enemy, says
II. Yei.-'a, the Tokyo correspva.iei.t of
the 1'ittshurjj Dispateh.
(ieueral Nopi's lio:;;e stands r.r.:r
Aoyiaa iark. Tokyo. 0:1 the left baud
side. It id a bamboo hedged house,
something t;ni;U', in .Ii.pau, and at t:i-
gate are two beautiful column -t of
stone, each v.-itli the name No.-i KIteu
on it. No'.d translateil means tree aisu
in front of the general's Louse s.;:uHs
a Kieat jid pine tree all alone, which
tile day I was there seemed to be beek
oninrj to tie wind with its preen
leaves and to be repeating the harsh
voire of its owner as he mive com
mands in the army.
U:i the riht Land sliie of the beau
tiful mite and a little way back there
stands a small bri. k buiit stable. f.;r
General Ni has evtr been a famous
lover of Lories, and his one recr .t't n
since h- became a warrior has been
rldnmv I "alike many of our people, he
is a line horseman and sits his saddle
with the cleverness of the best riders
I ever saw in ' ontral park when I
lived i:i New York. Until he went to
Manchuria he always kept four or live
chm--ers in his .stable, lie never failed
to rale daily nor to caress even those
horses that remained behind, anxiously
pa. iim for the h ;;or of carrying their
dis; omu"hed general swiftly and safe
ly .At ;- ti e '.:nd. 'Mr. Nolti is -ei-n
i.aical by nature and discipline, but
vl o n lie resigned from the army some
tin o after the war villi China he beir
...1 t'..-,f li. 1.,. TM-rifii to take his
II ! annv horses ho:i:e with him and feed
j j the:i. saylim that the .-overm.tent then
three will be very interesting. We shall
try to win the prize."'
Some time later, when he, too. was
sun.moned to fijzht for the emperor, the
-In rav house all three of us are sol
diers. It may be possible that all three g
of U3 wiil die. Dut I do not want a j
funeral from my house until the war is ijH
Cl. ;e;i. x ue:i 11 aii if 01 us aic iii..ivi
we sliill have one funeral."
That is why there have been co an-ee'-Tral
rites performed yet for the two
pons killed imhtin? for the glory and
virfio of our august emperor.
When at the front General Noc;I j
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Furniture & Carpet Company
COMPLETE HOUSE FURNISHERS
324-328 Brady St.
ARE YOU INTERESTED IN THE SOUTH?
DO YOT (WI'K TO KNOW Ol" TliC MARVKhOl'S
rd:vi:i.oi'Mi:."T no1 coixc on in
THE GREAT CENTRAL SOUTH?
or iNNi'.n:u.i:id: oiTOitTtwiTn-:;; ro-: yoi-.n;: m::n
OH OLD ONMS-TU CHOW RH'!:V
d j them. Thnt was the e.cu.- he ;;ave.
rl bu; a!l his f rii ;a.'s Kn-w ho made the
t) uh'cr because he could not bea.r to be
N s.-oaraied from his beloved, thargers.
0 ! So y..u hnow v. ! y he hits built a nam-
Davenport, Iowa ft I "''' i:rw-n smMe. whi-h is kept
J I (;',- (lean and sweet, and take- such
52353. pn :e in ivin;; his ho.sc hue care.
After you pass ti e stable yon walk
! tl." '.'L-h a lineiy kept mii'deu.
j numerous cherry trees, alon.j; a neat
i naiii to the left, and soon you come
upon toe :;e:ier.'.
home. It. too,
buiit in lluropean style, ai
ta''e. .-hows that Mr. N 'zi is pos-
O . '' m mM.'iv!Vt' nil!!' an-t l e-
4 that he and his family should
have the st comforts that he can
;'ive without beim; at ail extravagant.
i:eachi::' the home. I walked up the
broad white stone .-b-ps. which had
h:. t been scrubbed, pios.-ed the eleetrie
b't'.toii and was jioliiciy introduced into
Do vou want to i imw anon' rna iarmunr i.iiui-. ic-;,o. y . ji.c
n Triml- l.im- l:i;lr.i:l . vh:e!l V. ill nroi'a.-" t v. o. !!:"(' i four rep-' il'oo
.... . .... i ...i .i. ...... i . .. . .i . : i co'K I ):i:o
Hie same iol l i o year, e.n-i iiicn c.. n: i".. - ... . c-" j
and on fay l.-rms'.' About stoek raisin--; v.I.me the e;:- ( f win: r f j
ins if but six .) short wc-hs? Ofplacvs win -re t n; k .--rowing and frnlt (
raisins yield Ynormou- r t virus each y. ar? or a hi ml -.vhcr- you can h-. o
out of doors eei y day in the year? Ot ' oppo: : ': ii :" r e--:.-:hl.sii".ti4 j.r.r.;- j
nld M.'iniifiK t arimr industries: of rich tr.Im ral i-i a' ioi.s. and ph.-o-h-l bt:-- !
If you want to know the details of any ,r all of th.--;-" '.vr:te nn. 1 ui!'!
gladly advise you fully :r.d truthfully.
G. A. PAuK, Ccr.eral Immigration and Ir.inrtrlil Agent. ,
t lcauiiil'l i araT. I here was a
I: ta'-le in tie center, w.ta
ie leather scat'-d ciiails .l.ic-
ut. and above tiie t.i-
i:u.k s even th.e devils cry, but I learn
ed that in Lis home his commands are
rot even heeded by the horses tr doirs.
He is very quiet and displays the same
c.ua':;;.' cf sincerity in private that has
ever marked him in public, rnd also per
severance and fortitude, two virtues
that he possesses in ireat measure.
Thcr v-t.5 t:ev-r a moment wheTi he
iv. :s at 1: oine that he was not Uevotlns
his tin e to the stualy of war. lie read
constantly, with the war books plied
::bou: hint. He was e er prepared for
war, and every inch of him was for
war when it en me.
I'.m'tely askiim that I be siven some
anee bates of the general while on the!
battloncld. Mrs. Nogi very graciously
iKu-hm the China-Japan war General
X-.i'.-i. after the captme of Kinel'.-i'.!. vis
ile i a lie! I I: .spital, e-ivryimr two be:ut
tiful Chinese o-,trco,its on his arm
whe-e cj was raany yens.
"These overcoat." he said to th.e sur
geon in charge, "vo-iv jiven to me by
Major Gein-:-:;l Yamaj'. my superior,
and I now give them to the hospital. I
do r .t no d them, ami I want them
used for the patients."
Then the general wrote in red ink on
the c) ;ts. iVesenP-d by Major Gener
al Yi.maji to me and then presented by
me for toe use of the patients of this
Ih.en his kind words were warm
clot hi::-,' for the f-oldiers." sa.id the sur
ge ,n .-.Iter Mr. NoI had gone.
It was while taking Kinchau that Mr.
No d showed creat coolness under lire.
On i'eb. 11. ten years ago. the great
mo kaushan fort was stormed. The
enemy lire-.! down from a great height
on our soldiers, ami It was ditlicult to
march, but notwithstanding the gen
eral coolly h d a company onward and
to ik up a position just below th.e for
tress, though the bullets were llyim,' as
thick as hail. Toward evenins Mr.
No.-i exposed himself to the enemy
Ahi'e making tin observation, when
suddenly a emmon ball struck a fen
feet from him. an explosion followed,
and he was hid from smht. His anx
ious soldiers" expected to lind him killed
or wounded, but when the smoke clear
ed away he was still doing his duty as
if nothing had happened, and there
was no trace of worry on his stern
Later en our victorious army took
Taheowan. and while the soldiers wor
enei-L e' icailv l epairiug the forts and
otricers wore planning and directing the
work and eng-med in noisy talk General
N -i stood r..ct and. looking toward
the e a-tern .-deles with respect and shut
ting his eye-;, cried w:tli a Hood o"
tears, thus h wiog his gratitm.e for
the merit and greatness of the emperor
jm' virtue had made victory possi
ble. Sc. the general so occupied,
toe i.oi-y c-nl'ereni e tables became sel
rae. and ail tie ..liiecrs cried also,
when suddenly the general shouted in
a great vole-' for the ban.ai of the e-m-eror
ami led in the three cheers that
Atmr the CI inn war the general went
j t Formosa a: joint commander with
i G .vertior Gcue-ral Kabayama and aid-
j; aboiil th.e paciiica t ion of
At the celebration follow-
H. ROSENTHAL & SONS. Cincinnati O.
SENATOR ELECT EULKELEY.
: ;:nMrnor of Conneoti-
ii:iO ;;-! of llarll'ir:!.
e e:-:. ;r Morgan 5. r.mkeley of
v. ! o wr : re.
:-cvi I C:- v to ran s". at arm" n Jo- j
ii. ll:tw;e 0: t.K' rnile i State. !
a. : ; a a. I er of most of the j
.tie s of :i;e conntrv a:il I
cf : ; .-'
is ! . da;!
J i !!U,.
:.:oi:."a:; n. r.nsrxr.
H. A. U. a:vl !- S -: 'iy of t!:e
to cet the me.?. 1 3 for tiie family
wi-sn 'ycj have a co:npiete set cf
the ncccsc-.r;' utensihs. vi.h a now
.'. !c J?el rtove to cock upon.
Wo FvirrAish Kitchervs
t!-.ro' hoeit, siid can c?ve yea time,
money, rod ro.-.ry ctcps when you
wr.nt cnyth.iug in th.3 .vr.y cf
j kitchen cnrplics.
ft !'- sjUH
J !vj , r - ( -a ay . - 3.
The Preparations 1
For tv. Nice Dinner
should include an inventory of
your stock of tin, granite, and iron
ware: for nothinj csn be more
annoying than to Imve prepara
tions for a dainty on the way and
find that you haven't a suitable
vessel in which to cook it.
Our little grr.nite kettles and pans
sre light, convenient, and "just
the things'' for sauces and little
stews. Our line shows all kind:,
and sizes cf w:re for all purposes.
eil in brio
ll.o nat e
cd atti beady aooio. mat a..oe me m- j. I;;u.i,;(.:;t;,,;i. which was held in the
1 ! w ere suspended electric lights. On j,...,,. ,,,u. (iK. -.;ierals, holJius si
the f.vnt v.-;di and almost eoveriiig it . i; pleci us goblet in his
w. a at map ! Asattse tiuss.a an ;
Ma ndm: :a. ii.:i:g:ng by the stove
the io'perial h cratioos m tramcs.
hand m-keil GetH'ia.l Nogi:
- ill you, to . take some souvenir to
I....:; ' ...!.'v..o tolTi-J t.i;-.! . ! "h"'"' . , ......
x.i , :-- ii ,: .-;.- - . j "w;;: t aouvcmr; t.ener.u -Nogi a.-
I h .;. ..-raph-i of r. huives and frieads j j
1 co.:. a b u.--. i.very AOiC". e were j
! i .;;.' ;es. all jdle I with mmiero':.-; mil- j .,
, gcacrai repill: "Why el o you
what souvenir? Why don't yen
LOUISVILIE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD CO.,
,-..a.s ami ai: :o .:,oig a u tne ta,.,. u.-thdns-ihN goblet, for exam-
ea reel over a. id over until their I , . I:; il;;t lj0.liitif al V
. (;.:,. ats -..ere known by heart, as my j ,,,,.,,,... ihune.1 with anger, lie
Amcil an frie.ais would say. The th.or j ..j it c,H);0 ll(,ro tt) .;te.,t
' w". s h: I a ! by he :ar;:'ui rugs, bear an 1 j .n,, pi,.;;,,- uli exp'iiive dish, he
i t ! shms. w :!e ;n toe e:ie;a:ice' oj e
fo-.-.r a-ieicut aruior . a.-a;. a gift saddle.
s;.e;.rs of all s sts -o-, erln r the walls,
and :! the hatrack the gt neral's re-1
Ciiu-Inn.i:!. H has baeu pre;i.lent ,f
the S. of the Iiovoh:!io:i and eom
r: aiulcr of the G. A. lb. department of
i'.vrme li.-ut. 'I he saa-;r e'e t wa ; 1 "
i.; ru air.t',"-. (aoai . ear-: am til ...sl . i
I!:o".:a;a, Cor.n. Ho w.e'. ede.--ated in P
the iJartfoid s-. I. -:s. has :eceicd ajy
,'..;:. i"'-v: V.-.'.o. is a hanker and is I "
i.,-,- a". --wa VKI
i z m.-i::.;n e company .
! ie was nay .r
a-o to I" a..d
:.t fr..m IS to 1
tr.'.'.ul d the cpy .
ud his fam Iv laa;
1 1.trti'ord frooi
am - of Conneete
:. His am-esto:s
a i - i protoiueri'i in
Xe-.v ihmlaa.l hia.t ;ry f -r generatl-eis.
Seu.-dor ll.-.v.-ley. h-nu he su- ieeds.
bus bemi a ittemher of tl e s on ; since
: 1 ;iad reiiras beiTiUe of aol.a:u(w.l
: ; e an 1 ill health. At the completion
--f his ; le.-cat term Senator Hav.dey
will have serve! twenty-four ye.-.rs in
the senate. He fo irht in the civil war
and left the service a brevet brlg.iu'.er
i . ..
If j ti tire n weak. nil iIImoiimo! mnn
anil ;iriff ti ! -iirit in I In rlirfM(
iiM with tlif I ;:!? I cli4iiiifit MiNMj !!,
' tl on im. M met Im.iI nr sun mill
my ciircN lifNlin-. I (rent it 1 1 utintM
Willi lilt Ktl tllMltllI-t". lrOtl( ll-
I:i y, Ixi l n 1 1 now If ; u n re in need if
sii 'jmtI m i--i:i I it. I rur iirIaM'lis
tmis ll!iilil, Strif uri1, Itloinl I'oIn
n. V:ilt . Wciikni'NN, 1 1 y tlroecle. it
1 i n ! I ft-:i ., iiml ii 1 1 tf ht-r nriuary
:tiil iri;il tlisrnsoN of in n.
CONSULTATION FREE AND INVITED.
MISSuSSIPPf MEDICAL DISPENSARY
h, ltoom 1, IttiniilM t li-n ro blilu:.; Iioiitn, '.) to !), Nuin:iy 10 tc 2.
COUGHED ALL NIGHT.
Gut Cm'ckly Cured by Chamberlain's j
"A few n.orninas ago J. G. Siniii. r-j
raan. a good citi-.cn of (hi - place, can:- - j
i- i he s-.tote-. for a e-nmh laetileh.e."
says Dr. C. N. I'ario il. 1 Mrph-sviil-'. j
Ah'.. "He vr..- ; -) li;ar-a- tla' l-o f-aild
hardly tali; t.rd sa'd le he! c.iug':.---1
eat anything, digest it and
you five your stomach a
orouch course ot treatment with
all 11. l.
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1 VyS'Ss -5''s CQUTKESN
2 -V -
sough FULL?! am Sevier i-ko.-i nv.zx.n A CLhVr.
LAM). r.'.Q 01Z KOLTE; CCTPCIT y.V Tr-lkh h C ri b
AND .V.AKvlT.TTf. f Vilt m tA.CL'3 AVJ I ' i ' :V Li,
ha s jr.ul othc-r military hats, with gold
bauds, a. n I si vera! swords.
1 was iv ilvij by the hlt mji (en re
taken, an el l man of about fifty years.
After the ordinary salutations and in
i ,. . . ; i i . . i : -
ei -r- " I -'
I la re w.is a jiaus(. j. lien Governor
(Jem ral Ka'eayama laughingly turnel
to the company.
"Nolo is really a hero." he said.
The hour bavins come for my de
parture. I :.v.-t politely bade all good
ly, ami as I walked d nvn the neatly
kept path through too hcautmu gar-
l.ottlo of Caaiide: Iain's C-ott rh Ib-ac .iv
and toh! him that if i! did nui r li ve
srts the entire system, causing
beiching and bloating hu hreath,
a languid, weary ie-eiing, sleep
him he mi-d;
r.nd get nii many. I saw h.m tia-j
io-.t tnornir.g carry Ins the bo' tie to the t
s:ore w::- a- he -.val i-.s ami he told me
Si. did l.im :nore good thati any :m-di-1
cme to- i. v r nseo. i-or sac- ay an
leading urn-gists. ;
i ieply to my qvi ms he politely in- j s ;Ui.j ,..,,t iht. ,..jt Prick stable to !,
Can't .V'o at. si
I: i i
.. . . . . I-. .....o,.
o; meO me im.i me g- tie:ai.s i-.uoo..
el of Ids wit'". sh;d.:o. fo:ty-!ive
Shouun. tweoty-six years, lir-t :
s.n. and Hot on. twt r.ty-four years, see- I
.n.l sou. Tuc el P r son had graduated I
from the military seh d two years be- j
the entrance I realized that our great.
as great at home as on the
ahes rich.. l d h
!;:nd hciba. Cur-
;1cj::" out the reia. heals the trrimed secretive ht.ingsof the stom
inj'.es aa activity it the dlgei'.ive fluids and tones up the entire tract,
pure when eiijy-sueui is canple-tc. Dr. Tuber's Pepsin Compound
perfect, heiit'-.y di. bliju. 1
rAliLClS, 1CV, 2oe, 50c. al drar; stores. LiquiJ Form, 50c.
fiT5I3!-'Ci' To r ro-v e i ? niruM, wr vol sr-tida mp!e
11 11 t u.aii, feck, ft aay uiilttst.
DR. TABFfS f.7FG. CO., Peoria, His
ach, stim- fv7
Ihood is U
ifail. No erne no pay. :
or table's. T. II. T:'.o:.:a
.Aj' M Also Theciish Ftlirr.sr. Scrvic: to
ttfjy Knoxviil, Asheviils, Gavar.-ih, Chr.'.calc: . f j
"' Wf Dtnhnr trrd Cbservatinn Car:-, on ".?S Tl-.i .- j'.trt " ?:-. Ai
J " ;Uk W-'nt-r Tourist ani Vc.-i.i5lc Rcut Tc'c: on ;!. ct ;: Stic;. 1 4
t V -n.v.-i'M vx W. A. :.'.K!'.iTT. V..C. i:t.d.M:.N.
rlrp Atsrnw ljy Vlrli-,
It I o.i v lie that wireless will enter al-
fote, had joined the Second am i' and j 1:1,t every sp-ix-re of h.uman activity,
had. ende i with great honor and valor ; s ., w, iter in the World's Work. In
at Nanshan. v. la-re he was promoted t j , -,-a li-. ' n ' the'-e will be small excuse
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a i.cui! nun; a lie. i.c.i.i .o.n . i c. .oj o.ra.i iieli an enginevr can ne ; j, .,,-;( r -,,;i
The sicond son gradur.teil i'ecembtr of overt ihen hi t ween stations or whe-n ho ; ., ; -:v.
l--t year, joined the cavalry mm we. Viin j.,. u- fru:sl u fcilow engineer on the j j,r,,v ;;.,.. ll:Vivl ;y !
t-i the front with his brotb-r. The g-m- : s.,,..;. Tr..( k Ions before the fatal curve : F.. '. ., (,n" .. ...- fo,., jt'j. !
eral d parb-.l soon after, and now the is ,..,. . Already I.ood(Ui is trying a j nr.-,s" t,. ;n "' ' ' ' i
wife wa at home with four servants. 1 v.-i:ile ;Ir.- alarm svstei.i. perhaps r - -- : . - : -: - - j
:.. c :.ts. p a !
V.'iir r.n.ntr MIr-:or r I't.!-i!.-r. j H. K- C.VoTI.I-L, I... U. MUDGE,
fh-.iK'e slipper-; are g-g-sin.' in ro-:i- it President. Vice President.
larity m tia- i.e-:t si. --s. an! many; 3
hroovn tom s are - a. a v ; t'o- SI 00
H. B. SIMMON,
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-o n,.it .1 uii- t .ntuiM-. w.'j. '- --v. (p'Vi. c can even lie' mane automatic mmmiammmmmmammmmmmmmamammmmmmmmm
I h-arned that when Shouteii was about llV ., paica'dy controlled attach- ! f TT4 t f
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8 ROCK IbL.-NO SAVINGS b AMK
RCCK ISLAND, ILL
Inccrscratcd Under the Stats Law. -i Per Cent
Bluney Ioanod ou Fersonal Cedlatersl or Kea! Estate Security.
J. M. Itaferd. rrtidfcit.
IL T. Hull. Vice Fr -Idc-iit.
P. Gret r.u-elt. Cashu-r.
n it. e"..;-:c.
intsreit P?'d en O
v, :':-;iin H. Lart. i r.H iitcneii,
V.. V. Hull. Sir.. en.
i:. V. !T-.ryt. J M. Ba.'orA
O Biran the fcvMr.css joy volk.
9 and ocoupi-. S. V. reri-cr of Jfitcb-
X 11 Lvnde-s buildiatr. Solicitors JaeV.-". n & Hcrit.
I am ghld I am going to the front. ' i:?To t if Jarau'n VIotorle on India.
Tl ' re is i. ho- e f my coming Lack. 1 J ! e te-timoay ,.,f m--a on the ground
; ami I wi-li mother to take the l-t care Is th.-.t even It; lia has been aroused by
of hers If. If I die please praise my Japan's reeent victories in the far cast.
d e,s.. You no d vubt w ill also go to the says the n-sto:i Transcript, and tha t
fi-'i.t. bi-t we may fight in different what no single voice by way of reproof
places, so I will tell you goodby now. ' or exhortation to the Hindoos -ould do
i Father, shall v.e make a race for the has be:ti doge by Togo's fleet and No-
t-it mirae we- raav secure on ine uai- g4 .-: an: uyama s arrmes.
' lint before the father could answer
: Hoten spoke up enthusiastically:
': "Let me go into the race also."
i The general smiled and said:
Lent Smokl:iar Oriental IVositn.
Smoking is an innovation in western
female circles, says Mary ("avanaugh
in Ibosarv Magazine, but a fast tlyins
O i! Well, it is well. TLe race of U3 ' custom among orientals.
Your Druggist; set's th.s fs-ous
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SOUAD SlNSE FOR THE SUKAMfTllhlil I
Th e DR.irLMcI.iAN Medicine Co
f Sx. Lou 1 . Mo.
I Central Trust s Savings Bank i
Trr ir TCT.AVn ITT.
INCORPOriATED UNDEIt STATE LAW.
Cflfita! Stock fIl0,0V). Four I'tr Cent Interet I'nld on Deposits.
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