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Every Sunday in each month
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Pabbath School 145 B m
1raycr Mooting WednesdayM 720 p m
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M rnlnlr Service 1100 a m
Q Evening 730 p m
ftibtrath School 030a < m
Prayer Meeting Thur dayToo p m
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CHRISTIAN CHURCH SERVICES
Morning 80rvlce1100 a m
Evening I MM 700 pm
Sabbath School 015 a m
Junior Endeavor M MlOO P m
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Prayer Mooting Tuesday 745 p m
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Morning Serlcel100 a m
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Prayer Mooting Wednesday 730 pm
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E G Asher of Pineville was here
1 Tuesday between trains
5t Mrs Hughes is quite ill this week
at her home on Main Street
W W Sawyers is recovering from
a severe attack of the grippe
Jack Howard of Pineville was in
r town last Monday on business
W S Hudson attended the Press
nrrMeeting in Louisville this week
I f Mrs J B Stivers of Corbin is
visiting relatives here this week
George Skidmore of Harlan was
a visitor in this city Wednesday
John Stansherry ol Atlanta Ga
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Miss Myrtle Cole is the guest of
Miss Forest Baker in London this
week
Mrs Dr Croley of Williamsburg
visited relatives lure Monday and
Tuesday
Miss Dora Ingram of Four Mile
was the guest Tuesday of Mrs B
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LewisMiss
Miss May Harrop is spending the
Christmas holidays with friends in
T Covington
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Mr and Mrs Hiram Owens are
moving into their new home on
High Street
x Miss Lou Faulkner is the guest
this week of Miss Lucille Woodson
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at Flat Lick
Ij Robert Tuggle came home to
i4spend Christmas with home folks
last Sunday morning
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a Judge Charles E Herd of Mid
i m dlesboro was a court day visitor
I < k 4in town last Monday
f Rev T B Stratton returned the
St rz first of the week from an extended
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Mrs O C McClung and children
i < 0 t ofHlys are spending a ° few d Y8 here
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Sawyer A Smith was here a few
hours last Fridny but returned again
to his work in Covington
Lynn Golden and family have
moved into the Judge Golden prop
erty on Manchester Street
Mr and Mrs Howard Ross of
Trosper are visiting her parents
Mr and Mrs E E Sawyer
Miss Janie Sullivan returned Tues
day from Danville where she spent
the holidays with relatives
Mr and Mrs Louis Lvntz return
ed Tuesday from California where
they have been lor some time f
John Byrley of Lexington is
spending a few days with home
folks and engaging in hunting
lion Caleb Powers left last Tues
day afternoon fur ashington D
C and will be absent for some days
Miss Nannie Davidson and Mr
S L Combs of Beuttyville arc
the bUcst of their sister Mrs V C
McDonald
Mrs Carrie Smith entertained Mr
and Mrs W W Tinsley and famil
and several other friends to an dub
orate Christmas dinner
Mrs Murrell Thompson of Au
gusta with her little daughter
Louise is visiting her parents DI r
and Mrs T B Stratton
Mrs W H McDonald will have
as her weekend guests Mesdames
Charles Kincaid loseph Mitchell and
G M Smith nil of Corbin
Mrs H H Carmical has returned
to her home in Mt Vernon after a
pleasant six wteks sojourn with her
daughter Mrs A W So wards
Capt and Mrs Jackson Morris of
Frankfort arrived on Christmas
afternoon and were the guests until
Monday night of W H Green and
familyBornLast
Born Last Thursday to the wife
of W M Dishman a daughter
Mrs Dishraan has been in a very
precarious condition and grave fears
have been entertained for her recov
ery The babe is doing nicely
Ye editor and wife fared pretty
well as Santa Clause was very kind
to us Among the list of presents
we mention a beautiful water set
presented on the Christmas tree by
a member of the Advocate force and
another which was even n greater
surprise was a ten dollar check pre
sented by our very special friend
John M Robsion These tokens
were all appreciated
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Rev A C Hutson of Knoxville
Tenn has accepted a call from the
local congregation of the Baptis
church and removed here this WeeJf
with his family x
The handsomest Calendar of all is
the one sent out by The National
Stockman and Farmer Pittsburg
Pa It will be sent to any one who
will send 10 cents to pay package
and postage Send for it
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Noticeto the Patrons
of the Graded School
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The winter and spring term of
school will begin on Monday Jan
uary 9th instead of Monday Janu
ary 2nd
Very respectfully
M H JUDD Supt
S Entertainedf
Mrs J Frank Hawn had as her
guests at a six oclock dinner party
judge and Mrs F D Sampson Mr
t nd Mrs Sol T Steele of Cleveland
0 Mrs 0 C McClung of Elys
Misses Margaret Sampson Leuora
and Nell Barner
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Miss Ada Stephens was the host
ess t n dinner party Wednesday at
the home ol her aunt Mrs John M
Tin lcy Those present were Misses
Nancye Faulkner Maud Cole Annie
Dee Albright Nannie Riley Ida Cole
Mable Matthews Lucy Tinsley
Mary Sawyer Jessie Ballard Nellie
Root Maud McDonald and Mollie
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From the Pen of Hon John H Wilson and Honi
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KNOX COUNTY LOCALS JANUARY
STH 1875
Measles among us and many of
our people have menslcy kids
Charley Kenfro was here last week
Milt Yorks distillery is in opera
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Your attention is directed to the
Grangers column
Lots of changes and moving
around consequent upon the new
year
f Wm Tinsley killed a hog a few
Hays ago which had two paunches
Quarterly Court yesterday But
few people in town
Dan Johnson has bought Single
tons Ynller Store
H H Hunter Circuit Clerk has
moved his office into the new court
house
Dave Colyer is back from the
South Stock market dull He was
in North Carolina
The propeJty of John R Helton
deceased rented for 503 00 The
blacksmith shop renting for 14400
Miss Maggie Dishman entertained
her friends mast Friday evening at
er fathers John Dishman
We learn that judge John Goodin
of Pineville has bought the farm
where Mrs Mark lives in this coun
ty
Doug Vermillion who has been
livingin Illinois three or four years
arrived here Wednesday night
Abner Anderson has awakened
from his Rip Vanwinkle sleep Ab
ner wants fire abolished in this Con
gressional district Read his letter
Stowc Harte the Evangelist of
the Lynn Camp Association with
others has just closed a nine days
meeting at Robinson There were
wercI
twenty additions
From S W Harmon we learn
that Miss Nannie Owens had a nice
exhibition at the close of her school
and that she gave satisfaction as a
teacher
Pleas Walker of Whitley cou ity
has a gourd which measures 5 feet
4 inches in circumference and weighs
sixty pounds
Had Capt Ford run for Congress
and had been defeated by 629 ma
jority we think he would not have
contested as Cockrill has done
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Col Jon G Eve has been confined
o his room for two weeks pneu
monia fever Gord P Bain is con
fined to his roommeasles
Shooting matches are all the
o Jim Brafford Wm McDaniel
Vat Fox nnd George Faulkner chal
lenge Lynn Camp and Indian Creek
If that man who has that good
mill to sell will advertise the sale in
the Echo instead of writing on
little slips of paper and posting
them about he will find bidders
W J Ore shot and killed a wild
goose on the farm of Mrs Glascock
ssuth side of the Cumberland river
two miles from this place It meas
ured five and a half feet from one
tip of the wing to the other
We learn that Hon Jno D White
who has been in Washington dur
ing December that it is likely a mail
route will soon be established be
tween Pineville and Manchester
From Manchester to Hazard the mail
will be carried twice per week and
from Bcattyville to Cumptoo twice
per week
List of marriage licence issued in
Knox county in December Herd S
Sprinkle to Dlirabeth Umfleat Eli
Ewens to Emily Ray James Cox to
Nancy Mays E P Baine to Mary
E Pope B C Calaway to Nancy
Prichard J H Ballard to Kate Dish
man A K Cooke to Laura Dish
man John Parker to Lucinda Kerby
James A Pope to Nancy E Pope
James C Sprowl to Sarah McVey
John H Westerfield to Amanda Dora
Baughman Douglass Scvicr to Kate
Taulbee
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DIED December llth Mary Jane
daughter of Joseph Logan aged 19
years nine months and 25 daysi
There arc a great many persons
u ho were former res deists of this
county who now live in other
States and being subscribers for the
Echo we thought it would be inter
esting to them to hear something
concerning Barbourville
The town is in the same old place
and will never get anywhere else un
less washed off by the Cumberland
river Richlund creek or Smoky
The public buildings are the new
courthouse in the middle of I the
public square and the jail nearby
The couithouse is about finichcd
and cost 11500 Tin jail was
built in 1864 is tendy to fall down
and costnobody knows how much
say 7 000 There arc about 30
dwelling houses two ho els five
dry goods stores one drug store
the local option law has killed the
groceries two blacksmith shape
two cabinet workmen eight law
yers two physicians two shoe
shops one saddlers shop two
churches one gristmill and The
Mountain Echo
The following named persons are
housekeepers with the number in
the family W W Sawyer 8 in
family Mrs Ellen Matthews 5 in
family John H Davis 6 in family
John Y Reeder 7 in family W F
Costellow 4 in family Jesse T Wil
son 2 in family A E Pogue 7 in
family G P Harrison 3 in fomil inI
G A Doane 3 in family W B
i Anderson 5 in family Mrs Jno R i
Helton 2 in family W P Fox 6
in family Wm Tinsley Sr 8 in I
family Wm Tinsley Jr 3 in family
JIPitzer
Pitzer 3 in family Thos Smith 3
in family Dr 0 P Herndon 9 in
family John F King 7 in family i
R B Charles 2 in family Mat Bol
ton 8 in family A W Hopper 2 in
family Mrs Mahala Dowis 1 in
family Dr J M Dishman 5 in lam
ily A Y Culton 6 in family G P
Bnine 2 in family N A Chamber
lain 3 in family John H Witsnn 2
in family T S Wilson 2 in family
H K Wilson 3 in family W E
Word 4 in family John Dishman 7
in family J Hugh Smith 3 in fam
ily A It Singleton 3 in family Wm I
McDanicl 5 in family Mrs Lucy
Horn 5 in family Jas T Gibson 4
in family T G Gibson 2 in family
David Dishman 4 in family Mrs
Vermillion 3 in family James H
Tinsley 6 in family I No Brafford
4 in family Geo Parrot 2 in family
H B Hudson 4 in family N Shutt
2 in family John Hicks 2 in family
making a total of 192 people in
BarbourvilleThe
The following ought to be house
keepers and some of them are try
ing to be T J Wyatt John G
Eve Wm Tinsley James Tinsley
James D Black H 11 Hunter
Obedinh Jenkins Green Elliott G
M Hudson F B McClary Josh
Faulkner T J Culton James H
Dishman lion G M Adams Wm
Phipps Total 15
The colored population numbers
not exceeding 35
We can safely say that the popu
lation in the corporation will not
exceed 250
250BLISS
BLISS AND WOE
A kiss
And a thought
And the life of a minute
Such is bliss
A grave
And a sob
And a desolate homa
Such is woe
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And must or we miss it
And mourn it
The woe
Will or no
Comes sooner or later to all
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This life is too short to let bliss
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If woe be not bitterly present
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grass lands agricultural farms In large small and medium size
tracts that I can suit the wish of almost eny one Also
TOWN PROPERTY
having a nice list of property both improved and unimproved
listed for sale If you want to locate in town either to buy or
1 rent SEE ME I can supply your wantsIf I havent what you
want I will get it or try to
Il you want to sell or rent let me find you a customer List
with me I will put yur wants before the public and treat you right
I am also agent for land in Florida Commission reasonable
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Combs Brushes PerfumeryBooks
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