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BwfiCoSsfelaE Biros The Live, Wide-Awa&e MiaaBiaEHEiaiGiBBnncsEQn mm- wm BBltoOBBBBnnBHHOBBBBHHaBBBOOnTOHOTnMBB eWtfBnDBOBOBQODBQBSM WlA-TGETs OUT FOR ' THEIR fiiiiiouiicenieni N Amusement. The next attraction at the opera house will be Mr. and Mr?. Sidney Drew, with their company, in "That Girl From Mexico," appearing Dec. 15. Of the play the New York Her ald says : "The charm of artistic contrast skillfully maintained in the play and in the action i a notable peculiarity of "That Girl From Mexico" as pre uented by Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Drew and their excellent company. Three character types the "tropical cy clone," Diabella; the persistent, reckless, devil may-care Yankee, Jack Randolph, and the querulous, badgered old father, Mr. Smythe- are boldly and broadly sketched, and in the hands of Mrs. Drew, Mr. Drew and Mr. Morris are invested with genuine humor and realism. Neither la very near to nature, but each is so well portrayed thnt admiration is compelled for the clever work of the artist, and enjoyment on the part of the auditor is a matter or course. The one-act comedy, "In Honor Bound," opens the entertainment and is well performed by competent actors. American Cholera. Daily Reveille, Whatcom, Wash.: "T. C. Burnett, the Democratic can didate tor Sheriff, was taken violent ly 111 at Clenrbrook. He had all the symptoiuH of Asiatic cholera, and for an hour or two it was feared he would die. They finally ave him a dose of Chamberlain's Cholera and Diar rhoea Remedy, which revived him until a physician arrived." That is precisely what the manufacturers of that medicine recommend for chol era. Send for a physician, but Rive their medicine until the physician arrives. If cholera becomes prevalent in this country next Bummer, this preparation will be in great demand becouse it can always be depended upon. For sale by Owen 4 Moore, druggists. Big Kxoitement In Town Over the remarkakle cures by the rrandfwt specific of the aire. Aunt Fan ny's Health Restorer, which acts as a natural laxative, stimulates the diges tive organs, regulates the liver and kidnevs and is nature's great healer on.! ha.lth renewer. If vnu have Kidney. Li ver or Blood disorder do not delay, but call at Tud Druir Co.'s drunr store for a free trial package. Large aie 60c Election of Director. Notice is hereby given that the annual election of directors of First Null nal nnk will be held within hsinklnir hours at the office of the Hank on Tuesday, January 10th, 1893. R. 1). Miwki.ky, Cashier. Dec.C,13,20 daily. Cora on the stik Is an emblem of nlentv. A corn on the toe is an em blent ot woe. Remove them quiekly bv uing "C. C. C. Certain Corn Cure." tho ureat remedy lor corns School "Entertainment. ' " , The pupils of Belmont school, near the Seven-mile ferry, In the Seven teenth district, are preparing for a free concert and literary entertain ment Friday night, Dec. 16, to be followed by a Christina tree oh the 24th at night." This - school is in charge of Prof. J. B. Power?, who requests t'ae Leaf Chronicle to ex tend to all interested friends a cordial Invitation to witness these exercises. Do yon wish to know the quickest way to cure a cold? We will tell you. To cure a cold qvAc ly, tt must be treated before the cold has become settled in the system The first sym tonas are dry, , loud cough- and sneering. The cough is soon follow ed by watery expectoration," and the neeetntf by a profuse watery dis charge 1 from the-nose.-' In severe cases there is a thin white coating on the tongue. What to do : It is only necessary to take'- Chamberlain's Cough remedy in double doses every houi. That will ereatly lessen the severity of the -cold and in many cases will effectually counteract it, and rum what would have been a se vere cold within one or two days' time. Try it and be convinced. 50 cent bottles for sale ty owen a Moore, druggists. To Chlouro In Fourteen Honrs From Nashville Via the Evansviile, route. This cannot be beaten. - raa4 senders from an points oouin ana Southeast make close connection in Union Depot at Nashville' with an elegant vestlbuled train via this route through to Chicago witnoui cnange. Leave Nashville 7:66 p. m., arrive at Chicago 10:40 a. in. An eleganf breakfast oervexi in trie aimng ear from 7:00 a. m. to 10:00 a. m. For sleeping wur reservations, maps, time tables, etc. j aaaress - It. A. VAXTWKIjU, i Gcn'l PaBssertger Agent, Evansviile, Intl." S. L. RoKKS;Mi Southern Pafrienger Agent Chattanooga, Tentt. JtemoTeJ. M I call fct tent too to the5 fact that I am now rxf ufiviBir offices in the aew Glenn buiMing, 106 'N. Third street, where those who' may need myer vices can And me during offlce hours All calls will receive prompt atteii' tion. J. W. M EACH A M, M . JJ. dec6,dlw. Telephone No. 21 Weak women and weak children Mn ubo i)r MpndAnhH 'a Airue Cure for Chills and Fever and scarcely .. .. . T. XT- Know it 13 medicine, rso uurei no Pay! No Taste. Sold by Owen A Moore. For Bent. OnHaoB within thrpA minutes' walk of the business part of the city, In good neighborhood and good repair. Apply at mis omce. u,uu For Bent- The Mooney place, on College street, adjoining Col W. F. Youug. Apply to W. K. Beach. Quinine rucks the nerves, "C. C. C. Certain Chill Cure" racks Malaria and Chills. No cure, no pay. Sold by Owen A Moore. .Two Hbj mi nick, ftrt her OaatorU. When aba u a child, sae ertad for Oaetoria. Wbm ah bcm "KIM, wh dung ta CaatoHK. Whet aba had Cfcildraa, aha gKwthtm Oaatorla. Bait of the Fatritrohe. Special to the Leaf-Chronicle. New York, Dec. 12 The ball of the New York Patriarchs at MdIson Square Garden is perhaps the most notable and exclusive social event of each yer. It will bo preceded by a dinner, to which President-elect" and Mrs. Cleveland have been invited. Four new Patriarchs will be seen at the ball to-night. These are Austin Belmont, John Jacob Astor, James M. Waterbury and William Rhine lander Stewart. DR. H, PRICE OFFICE HOUBS-8 to 12 and 2 to 5. Practice : limited exclusively to diseased or the EYE, EAR, NOSE AND TIIHOAT. "OFFICE over Bradley Boyd'i Drug Stow. Jane2D,dwlyr TABLER'S U BUCKEYEE 01HE.EtII CURES NOTHING B(IT PILES, A SURE and CERTAIN CURE known for IS year as the BEST ' REMEDY FOR PILES. fwaawaayaicmaeiioM.TAitoBine. Co., rr.Larta. MILLINERY CLOAKS: We- .A.xe Niw Moving We are prepared to show our lady friends the largest and most stylish line of " Millinery & Cloaks Ever brought to this city. DRESS TRIMMINGS, KID GLOVES; COR SETS, LACES & other novelties all At Reasonable Prices. Respectfully, MS HODGSOH&MAGUIRE Oet7,dw,Jn MM 0 We are receiving and can supply in any quantity ANTHRACITE, all sizes, PITTSBURGH, ST. BERNARD. DIAMOND. MUD RIVER, GREEN RIVER, 1 and the famous MAIN MOUNTAIN JELLICO COAL. Also keep full supplies of Hay, Biais,, ;Gbm, Ootfts Telephone Coal Office or Wharf Boat. F.P. GRACBY & BRO. A REDUCTION IN GOODS I A Dyspeptic's Argument - la a arrow! and that growl mark the limit of argument with him. The bent way to nt him to try a medicine would be to advlae RKHlnat it but notion how different hi tone after oxint Burdock Blood Hitters. "I have suffered with dyspepsia f r the laat two years. Not long ago I commenced Uk Iiik K. M B. I am now on the second bottle and 1 feel like a new man. U. Kkox, UHherwood Ave., Binsiiamton. N, Y." Repented tents with uniform anrcena prove the fact that Bordock Bl od Bitten ill care dypeula. 1 he reoMjn it plain, It tone the nioniarh to natural artton and keepa the alulee ways of theayatem frt from eiocgini impurities. "1 have been tronhled with dyxpepxla and heart dlwne for nine yearc, and round no relief until I tried Burdork Blood Bitters. Now I am well after laklnn two bottles Mm. Errrs Fbacicb, Bowbe, Mich." Bold by Tudhope Diui Co. From this date I will sell my entire stock of Fall and Winter Millinery Nice Felt Shapes, in Ladies' Hats, trill go at 50 cents and $1.00. Other goods at correspond ingly low rates. Respectfully, , J- Gr- COOPJER-s NEW - nvcirjij, But ' we have on hand a largri stock of FLOUR which we are exchanging for good wheat at our old stand, the Milld We can accommodate farmers with anything in bur lino. Respectfully, RAKKETH i J DDBLOP. i- mm , on SATURDAY and NEXT WEEK J WE WILL SELL A LOT OJtLD STYLE CLOAKS FOt $2S0r$a50,-$5.OO i, TheM Cloaks wife told for 10 to $15.' Come and get a bargain WE HAVE NEWlVlARKETS'and CIRCULARS that w will iell belo w cost. 'Oor honse U the place to boy ' ' CHEAP v CLOTHING AND -S- OVERCOATS New Goods arriving everj day. Fred. L. Sniith & Sons, r Manafacturer of and Dealers in D0ORS,BLI WDS, SASHP Flooring, Window Frames, etc. No. 607, 609 k 611 Fraotlja St, sear Un Are. OIiIlE:SVIIiI.B. - TENN and bunions. Sold hy Owen Moore.