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P'astor l'ickens ('iri/.
First t y at 1 :.1 . , 41
:111l at3 p . m. , at Atllicwn.
Wiielay 1)fr igiIo'd Secoldlyl at1111-.
<. , att Mt . clock, at Enslev.
Iitt Sir*Iiy befol at 1 it in.. S1illY at I I
t p. n., at Io v''. Cn at
Secom1d~i Smulay, fuu.1r . ai t Piekeyat , t4
a.c i . mli. tBtlhm
Third Sunday at. 11 :1. mIl.. Salem, and
at 3 . 3 p . at Porte .'s Chapel.
Satunlay before four at iday at to
a. ll. at Un (iont e
Folrth Siuay at 11 I. m, at Eashoole
anti at3 ib n. at Zion.
aptist Churjch--Rev. D. we oiott.
First Suuday, 11 en. m. am 1 8 a. In.,
ard Satulay efore at 2 . m., at
Easey S. C.Prayer mleet ing everly s
'TI i rsday aiht i Sumla School
en<-h Sabbauth at .4 1. in.
Seo"11:11 at G(.1111horb1 at 11
a u IIalm(ry bfore a 12 m . A
Presbyterian chE s, Pickens C. II i
at 3 .m
Third Samldav at Cent ral at 11I a. ml.;
Saturtday before, at 12 mIr.
Foulth Sl'av at Liberty, s a. m.
---Li t of appintments for th An
<ilSr Circ ilitt of M. 11. h :indei' -
FAirvie w.il 4haath icu each onl h.0
iarmony,(' 1te 011lwwstln
Smith's iappel. 2Sta
Savannah chureh. 43d. Sah.
M1. E. Mesae ssicx, r. c. I1
[For the Messtenger.
lach E,:Tu: Dear sir, I ask -
r1 n e t h1 e heSSEN lea(fo a f w
lines in expla ation. 1 uneder'
seandf te members of the Legisl
t re a re being Cursed pulicly and
p)ri vatelyN for thie ranising( of" sala
ries, etc. T obl fe s that 0
00 cii hun~~ to psvn tt (lslt
the Auditor was to 1e p id $500.
00 by the Scale(.o, amuIi $300.00 fo rg
(lerk hirev by t ho counity*; provi-lil
ded tie sae necessary. IIe. 1
Wilas requirede to make out an item
IZed acnt. t, Showing tile 1000i
her of elerks, and 1o(Nh t amount id
te hte and $ swe0a nr to( the lii- ii
th hnee thought he eled any 1
selfs noug to tinakethrty his I
StheIres isi~ v~ hiry neigncrse.
tolects wil wallow an par o ther
aths or a dose of lishl hooks to
leansic their myn stomiachlis. The
iems)(1 'f te G(eneal Assembly
'oII this (aront, ae ill no Nvis'
spnible Cmw anyraisingo of, Sal.
ries. I kno'w it is like striking"
horni. nekvt t o :a 1en tp a redue
11 ( pv to ofilleers, but this is
Iy lohbb: I think they (1ougit to
C cut (ow1l from 20 to 75 per
it. in most case, nd'1 I expect
)"prove my aith 1biy myv vorks.''
think we can take enough mon
v 'from the over paid otlicers to(
ive tle t.ustes, supervisors of
igh dl-v'ays al mI1ana1gers of (eIQe
oins a small per (lion, :1n Sill
I V C SVVQ1 I I Iot see'r I s 1a dol la rs
One of the evils of high salaries
ASi(le of robbi tlhe eople(),1. is
le te cmnI(iou s thirst fo''r oflce
I thiik I see inl Imv minl is (ee
ver l prties, who; ha've been(il
rong ovoen.te-S of hlighI pay fOrl
lieirs, Ib'slenuse t hey exp'.t )to 1)
n oflicer anH some of' 'Icse mi 1
in will see ten thousantId ot lhter)
Iing I-S bvorIe they will s I $ (
i their hatnid made inl ofice. Make
m1ark here. Squanlering) puhlic;
1on1ev is not the gle(at Sin (j your,
prsnat iv-cS ; MO.t cert ainlyN no4)1
I refereelce to one ot th '.m. I
>ve to hear. Som111 men11 ralil anl.
Iel very muilich en:nplimented bv
siIce they do not a0.pprove 0the
-aishinto, A p'il 21.--A decis
mii VatIs r'endered4 in the SIprm*eI~
ourt of the United St ates to-aav
1 important: ilroadasesbrought
I tihe State of Kansas in her own
ourt, against the Union Pacific
1d ianss Pacilie Railroal Com
anies to deteat the oisolidation
1 thoe colpanies, which iwas ef
eCted . y the agreem ent eniter'ed
Ito on the 24th eb., 1880. The
liesti ons pre(sented1 hereI' rel ate to
IC right of remioval from thle State
> Federal Coturts, whiCh is Claim
.1 b~y thme railro'(ad (compan~flies and(
enhiedl by the State. This* C ourt
ols: 1st, that these are suits of,
civil 11a4ure'. 2nd(, that ther are
Lits a ri sing und(er' the laws of the
rrnited States, and( 3r'd, that~ they
re propel)rly rem~fovable to a Fd
rail C'ourt undercm the Act of March
, 875.-D-Iespatch to News and
-Maniy persons in the upjper
art~ of Due WeT(st township, .Abhe
die, have (big out holes in the
round( for safety duriting stormis.
'. ( . Pruiit ha :s, perhaps)', t heiimst
ramplete hole inl the ground in the
eighhborhood. It is framed, floor
I and~ weather boarded with heavy
mberCI and]( large enough to accom
todt IZf doznersons.
- A 'ircuIs (lown droQ~ped dlead
F heart disease in the r'ing at Sa
neville, Ohio, on Mondlay while
atting off' the old1 mother-in-law
ike. This should be a war'ning
W ILKIN cs,
' UrI A L IMPL EM ENT
AgentS als > for the celebl
an I Sepcar-ators. iege'-s In
depen!dent and Simll1t:meo~u
S 18 -43in
and is es)Ccially adapted for
cultivaingj Corn, Cotton
and Smuall grain crops.
T'housands of them are
be ing~ sold( every year.
Lf.et every farmenr save
time and MONEY by pur
HUOGENS & HUDOGENS.,
Easey, S. '2
A gents for Pickens Co
S. Mi. S257IDE,
Grenville, 8. C.,
Watches, Clock~s, Jewe'ry,
REPAIRING A SPE4CIALTVY.
VUiz & CO,
Iron, Nails, Agricul
' AND MAICHINERY.
atd cipeEng-ines, Gint,
ived Saw Mils, with Il-.
Leading Drug Store,
F. A. WALTER, PROPRIETOR.,
('or, Ilin and IW(Ishinf/of Six.,
(2/?"E AN VIJL E. s. C.
'tire Drulwgs. Mtldiviunes. 'aintsz. OiIlf
I)ve StuI . 'I'oilet arti cles, 'atent
linlvivinles. t he best bna lds of gu
:1110 cco, Not ious, etvC. 11t. pritees
as l1w as canl be fouild ill the State.
Polite aind attentive vlerksq with a
fill] :111d selet stock of Goot- is our
Leadhing bdlue'-nents fo4)r )natronIIS.
Our line' of
for Preseurn notz he excelledl, as we
have useful, a.1s well as raina r
ticles, for yourP wife. lIuibati. sweet..
heart, chiltI or frietalI. al! all at bot..
caull, aii'l yout are' sure to ipt~ 1h tppy.
I :nn sole Ageunt, for t hi'. Couty foy
the inerit~s of whlichl 'nt tt he over-es.
THiE CHEAP CASHI
1s t he~ pIlce to buy11 your Si a ple :u ii'
Fanev Gro()ceies, Tobacmco, Segu rs IFuir
inere' liard ware, Gilen Seeds, &,,
W1e keep St oves, ( ro)ker y atn i Ti .
Tiin~ug thie pubIic gener~ally for
Sthe'ir Ilberal insraIJ)uge' in the pa:st, we
hope by CloseQ attentioni to buiness(. to
no-iett a conatinuuanc tt(f I hie saie.
(Country pr3odlIce b~ought at hkighes5t
inarket price, forenash.
atal .ihort prwoflt.s. Givle us ca--1.
Jan 2.-8niEasley, 8. C'.