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I edyWj m tion,W SEUEM RE'J crt, ilon-L be i Mi astif as IN YOUTH er's Hair Vigor CORDlALLYJNuuftotu. r.ESTORES Natural Growth OF TUB HAIR WHEX -ALL OTHER Dressings FAIL . Mn eordially Indorse Ayer's ITiilr o , s one of the best preparations ' " . I...- 4 V i-.ii.ilr. Wlinni Degaimsms "-3 o I Visor all the front part of my head oj Lt half ol n-wa " - 0 Li. wn bottles restored a natural 0 f.h wiih still continues as In my . , .j ...... o,.,l nilin. (lroaaiii"l O 111 I tneu Bt o-i n thY "i ilk J w ' .ii M-a T P l!-Ui:B4V.n. O ft. .a he:, .ui. 7. w. 1 - IU - Use, Texas, ws Hair Vigor rBKFABED BY I C. AYER 4 CO., LOWELL, MASS. rofesSional. 35. ) l. Ysician aiul Surgeon, ,,mh Harvey & Roby's Drug !. M. BROOKE. Jtorney-at - Law, KOSCIUSKO, MISS. lOflice in Court House. R. F-1). SMYT11E. I minute Midical Department ane I'nhcrsitv IV. O. Ln ta Chtilj kiilil. Office with Harvey & Itohy ysician & Surgeon KOSCIUSKO, Oiaii in E.-ng Slre. U.Clark,M.D. Kosciusko, lice fivtii room upstairs pvc i'V iv Utiliv's Priii: i iVnin i Hicf, hint store or ;it itiv residciici Stii.-i' orders b cont'l 10YVDER & IV EST ENTISTS; KOSCIUSKO. MISS. liV.n Liti-t if Journey Hot-1 atsoi stive irp,i 1 l.v 1 o.clU'1"' R.J.R. ROBY, ivsieian ami Surgeon. Jiiaic Tiiliino liiivprsity, Medical Deuaitment Orleans, 1a (Will itlitt' wiili Crowilf r & Will. lis. Says the St. Louts Post-Dispatch of Wednesday: "An unassuming, modest, country girl of eighteen, without the advantages of an edu cation, stood up at the De Hodia mont faith-healing camp-meeting last night and told how a Divine power had blessed her with the gift of tongues so that now she can fluently read, speak and write seven different languages. Such a thing has not been heard of since the days ot Pentecost, nearly 2000 years ago, and it is certain that among the radical claims made by the numerous religious sects throughout the country nothing it was ever approached before. Even the enthusiastic leader of the Full Bible Church Band, Rev. 1. C. Stewart, who was excommuni cated from the United Presbyterian Church on account of his radical views on faith healing, says that he is astonished at the new devel opment, and is appalled at the Di vine power bestowed upon the girl. The young woman is Miss Jennie Glassey, who was brought up near Cuba, Mo. She read nu merous Scripture lessons and trans lated them into two African dia lects before the audience under the big tent, and she spoke in German, French, Latin, Greek and some other language. The astonishing feature is that she says she never studied any one of these languages and never received the least in struction in any but the English, language." The Post-Dispatch adds: Her story was that up to a year ago she was not even a christian. She lived with her parents near Cuba, Mo., under christian influ ences, but never joined the church Rev. Mr. Stewart visited their neighborhood and preached for several days in a Presbyterian church, where she first heard him. She was converted and sought sanctification and a full gospel. She fell into a trance when God appeared to her and said "go." After much reluctance she gave up home and friends, and came to St. Louis, where she went into Bible training. She did not have the gift of tongue until July 9, last j when in another trance this was given to her. By request she read several por tion's of Scripture in what she call ed Sierra Leone and Khoominar, African dialects, to which places she was called of God to go as a missionary. At the reciuest of Rev. Stewart Mrs. Black, wife of the assistant nrjsror. pave witness to Miss Glas- sev's exoenence and tcld thine- about hvr even mere markable. She said that she sat by Ml Glassey's bedside the night after she acquired the gift of tongues and watched her in a trance until 4 o'clock in the morning. Miss Glassey, she said, talked fluently in a language that she did not know, but recognized to be Afri can. Her eyes wore lit up with a heavenly vision, her eyes grew I lustrous", as she spoke, apparently toan audience of African heathens, for whose souls the girl yearned. Her subject was: John iii, 16, 'God so loved the world." Her Bible references, while in this trance, were such. Mrs. Black said, as the profoundest theologiV; 'Yo'.-.kl ::c: be r.shr.rr.r.'. ?L Miss Glassey is rctiru' in Man ner and shows that she was brought i.p in Uic couniry. looks fully eighteen year oh she is taller than most girls, weiirhs about 130 pounds Twenty Years Proof. j Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow els in natural motion and cleans ihe system of all impurities An absolute cure for sickheadache, dyspepsia, sour stomach, con stipation and kindred diseases. "Can't do without them" 7c. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va. writes I don't know bow I could do without them. I have had Liver disease for over twenty years. Am now entirely cured. Tutt's Liver Pills ! Hei2;s Yonr ChancE! I In or 'b-r l phtrr TliK Sr.U: in the hum!-of every voW in tb- 1 i-Miiiitv i.r.Miii" l tie eatiit:ti'ii ihat 1.- now u:on us. we wi.; ;u;i 1 it 10. :uiv inhhvs : ii m now until .lumvirv 1. iW fifty cent:-. ONLY HALE A DOLL All (ii-ts Tuk Sta:: the tinhuiee of this yea?. In order to create eorrifl utile diversion for our readers, we will pay ." to the pernor, who. guesses iietire-t to the total vole that will ke cast in Atrahi county i' li e November elr-tthoi, :uid $1 tor the nearest guess to the vote in each off the live Heats of the county making )o be given away free. Tu highest number of votes cast for any or.e t-ftice is the one to guess at. In order that the people may have-some idea of the votes usually cast we give the number in the last th: elections in the county a a whole and in the several Beats: Belhiiven College. 1892 1893 1894 County 1331 1007 1345 Beat 1 394 295 347 ' 2 198 161 ' 2tr " 3 224 166 222 "4 214 161 223 " r 301 224 338 to enter T"!, tccf !c nl! r n) tvVrt lmvo nlroniv rioiil c.r.,l vttor Tim "" -"-" ...... r which attended lu'I!S 101 lIle remniiiuer 01 uns em, or wnuuo uu no. already a subscriber semi in ol cents and get Ikk fcTAit and trv vour hand at suessing, Use this coupon. other re. Uelliavon Collejjo is ready upon another phenomenal Eniccess the opening of the first session, the i-rusliin calamity which came in the very zenith ot its prosperity, the con tinuation ot rejru'lHr work with the loss of hut two days, the immediate rebuild-1 in;: of the college by President Fi tz hiih, encouraged by the interest and enthusiasm manifested by the people ol'Jackion and the entire State have combined to make this institution fa mous thronuhi nt the South. The new buildings have been enm pletcd and beautiful structures they are tar surpassing the former ones that graced that lovely site. The buil.t- ip gs are ail white and beautimlly de signed. As yon appioach the College grounds, the buildings, so pure and white and half hidden amongMiestate ly for. st trees and dense green foliage (if tne lawu, resemble white marble dwellings. Thev are admirably arranged in every respect. The pupils will lie subjected: to no exposure during had weather, as all the departments of the eol lege are under the same roof. Vesta Hall is being finished in the most modem style. Everything has been arranged for the comlort and health of the pu pils. Jiath rooms on both floors, sup plied witli hot. and cold water. Elec tric lights, electric hells and steam heaters are some of the modern con veiences of this building. The insti tute is also supplied with electric lights, electric bells, and steam heaters and has been equipped with modern appliances and apparatus. The Chapel with its e'evated floor and opera chairs makes a most attractive study and con cert bull. As an institution for the higher edu cation of girls and young women, Del haven is unsurpassed in the South. Ewry department is in chargeof skilled teachers. Facilities in music, art and elocution unequaled in the South. No college can hoist of a better health record. Paring the entire sess ion of '!4 and '!)" there was not a single case of serious illness among the pupils, Send your daughter to Itelhavei: Col. Wo where si: is certain to receive the -5 .' ' . , I ... 1 t... very iineet. advantages aim wueu- kmc. cau also enjoy a'l u:e auv.T-i:iges vi "eflncil f..rrily oi.viror.nvid. Write to President l'ittiugh, Jack son, Miss., for a catalogue. their subscrip If you are no all this year COUPON. The highest number of votes will he as follows: County. Beat 3. Heat 1, Beat 4. Beat 2, " Beat 5, Nrtne of sender Make na mistake M Vl !i OUIH'.I! TO "J. Livear & Gn.; Fine Wines, Liquors, Beer, etc. Mar.v vears ixturieuce and buvii.i in large ouaiitlUt s give ii.ein an We always send the best No charge for boxing. advantage of which you get the benefit, goods that can be had for the least money 11 '"V; C3 m '"'Fl IFl '"IF ;i r 1 J i a. m ! She as and She was uressou neany aim jpu"'- ease as she talked of what God had done for her. An effort will be made to have some of Miss Glassey's African translations verified, and if found to be really good African dialect she will be at the head of all phe nomena, religious or otherwise. C. CLARK, tornev-at -Lmv, L KOs'll-sKO. Er.ttol & I Iislititi Opens MONDAY, Sept 2, 1803 SANTA FE ROITE TIip (Jro;tost ItuHroiid in the "World Under one Management. Travel by the (TEE, COLORADO, AXP SANTA I K UAIIAVAV, The Established ropuhir Texas Line, Cnsurpass'l eipiipm "t, tyw tim low rates aud v. m.vh'ra c wafer's. Tito Daily Ti aiu Elegant Pullman Palace Bullet Sleep ing Cars, on all tr.'inu and also free reclini tut chairs. The 4ulf, Colorado And S.nta Ee runs through the best portion of Texas, as it is the only 'ine which pisses through on the In vide of the black waxy sot. ami tne reu sunuy loam. If you are going to Gainesville. Cie bnrne, .McGregor. Temple, Milano, Urownwnod. San Angelo, Houston, tlalveston and the -famous Lampasas j Springs of Texas, ne sure your ucKei reads: O V KR THE G U LF, COLOR A DO AND SANTA FE RAILWAY. Eatniiasas Sprinats is the celebrated suuimer anl winter Texas Healtti and Pleasure resort. Whiter Tourists tick ets to Lampasas t low ra'es and lilwral limits on sale ' all principal Northern and Southeastern poinis. , Throiijth tickets, baggage checks, sWpinir car berths and all traveling information pnmiptly furnished .'-.on writing or verbal npplieatUn to auy Santa Ee R011U Agent. K. V. SISSOX, Southern Pas.'. At., Box KJ2, Chatta nooga. Ten n., or ' W. S. KKP.AA , r Galvest m, Texas. GEO BULLOCK, THE BARBER. SOUTH SIDE SQUARE. A eood shave ar.d A good Ilair-Cut are what you require anil want. jYou Only Sec That's because there line running through -1 is 0r.1v one coaches, free 1 ii..!, rec hnincr chair cars ana 1 uair.an palace sleepers between Memphis and principal points in Arkansas ar.d Texas without change. This line traverses the finest Farming, Gra.ing and Timber lands and reaches the most pros perous towns and cities in the GREAT SOUTHWEST. it is tin: One Line . This iHsiitution offers superior ad i vantages, making asitd. es, prepara j tiou for teaching and entrance to our State institutions University and I. 1. DfiW V..v,l. ...... -,.,M,wf r.uir! All, aswcialty. 1 lie mansgeniem am-, p..rmer, sj.mv.vour sows, mare? .... . ii.T-iin i,....n - . - ,-:., ,.,. tuna Titr Its - . , . . ... 1 3 S i -Si l-y those ml cow. wMh Mow-.ev -epjj S 'w engaged , tl.eVoun.y. , Mixture. Nkmle; so no de.vl . , Kor the course of study and further and euar-iit-ed hy.HaryeyV 'wpiign tsV.enma up in earn- ,,,,rticulars, K'lTn,-r r Roby. Write for particulars to tne ok Mm El LEX McM ld i C. P. WKITK FOK A COPY RECTOR, Com. Agent, C'lljines in the Southwest." "Thr nigh Texas'' "Texas Lands," or "Truth about Arkansas " Mailed to any address upon application. K. W. LaPiEAUME. Gen. 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