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_i LOCAL NEWS.
Henry Durant is visting ret
lbes in Charleston.
-Prof. S. G. Sterling has a flonfie
g schoot at Gap Hill.
--Miss Eula Griffin. has leen appin
14 postmaster at Rice's.
--Every farmer should read a stoc
An4 farm journal. Read our offer,
-Prof. Roberts recently of Brevai
K. 0., Is teaching school at Slabtown.
- -Miss Nettie Rodgers, of Ced
brione, Spartanburg county, is visitir
gre. . C. Grady.
-Mr. Wm. Smith (Carpenter Bill),
dongerously Ill with rheumatism at 1
home near Liberty.
-Mrs. John T. Lewis was 1ingoron:
ly ill last week with facial erysipela
She is now out of danger.
'Sarah Batmon who was sentenced i
Aix months in jail at the july term I
will'bo -discharged next Saturday.
-Doti't fail to read the county Aud
tor's notice this week. You will fiu
somothingin it of interest to you.
--Mesrs. Will J. Smith and W. X
Htgood have lbrought in a flue lot
mules from Atlanta to supply the Pie
-Mr. Geoge W. Russell, who ho
oen i n Mississippi for the past six yea
-a visiting his father, Maj. T. H. Russe
-Joe Mays, the colored blacksmith
Liberty, died last week from paralysi
He was industrious and well respecte
by his neighbors.
-Mr. T. C. Robinson received hi
commission as Trial Justice at this pla(
last Tuesday. Mr. R. A. Bowen wi
act as his constablo.
-Call at the SENTINEL offien and get
sample copy of the PracticAd Fartner ti
paper given under our off'er to subseri
era to the SENTINET.
-The pcstofice here should he rut
plied with a fire gong, which should I
Sounded to notify the patrons of the a:
irival and departue of the mails.
-The County P.,nsion >ar(d wil
2neet in the court house nnxt Monday
All thoe who have bu-ines.-i l'ofore tfi
board should bo oi hand promply.
-Oats are senventy fivecents per busli
fa. Thpi't s to.my to be imade out o
this crop. 6o ymviore oat% and plan
nore corn and less cotton this year.
-Most of the Texans who have hee
visiting fttends and relatives in this coml
ty for the past two weeks, havo returl-ne(
to their homes in the "Lone Star" Stalf.
-The Minutes of the Twelvo I.il
River B.ptist Association aro rmatlv fo
distribution, and this entitlt,l to "tiht
can get theni by calling at the SE-NTsIN
-If there were two bell wetthe- inl
small pasturo closely crapped, would tih'
welcomo a third ? We suppose so. \y
wish the new plaper0 soon to be publishe
at Easley much snccess.
-W. Henry Dendy, the P.reonld son
M. 13. Dondy', died t1t ie homlo of hi
3 father, near Riehland, OLonee C.;1t11
on Saturday evening, tie 3d inst., at
o'clock, after a lingering illness.
-The license law for the sale of pi
lois antd ear' ridges goes inmto tiret,I ti
- . y..) y Fromt t he wvordintg of tI:
('ars as licen;e will requiiredl ft
i tany kind of eartridges.
1 4th inst., at the residence
r of the bride, Mr. Fran
augueoau, in Dacusville townshtip), M
PJay Hunt was mnarriedi to Mist Hog;
.head, Rev. Thos. P. L iopcr oflieiating
-Thomas Masters died at his fathler'
residence in Douthit's (Cove, on the 9t
inst., ait the age of thirty yetrs- 11is r<
mains were buried at Pleasatnt Grove n
the followving day. He was unmarrie<
-The postofico htere hias been move
oomu formerly occupied h
wry in front of the eon:
Newberry hats mnoved hi
rootn vacated by the pos
-We are requested to tell thme reade:
of the SENTINEL tht. if Saluda Riy<
never freezes over till R.ido Haut & flo
Anderson freezes her, she will alway
run boiling water. The said getntlene
are now in Farmington ,Texats.
-Col. J. E. Haigood has our thank
for a report of the Receiver of the Sot
Carolina railroad to the Jundges. of Unite'
States (Circuit Court. Thet repo)(rt. show
the not earnintg last year were g530,7 1 .8
mnore thanx the year before 0 1M,087.3
-'\ake thme avea aittend1.ince at th
schools in your towtslhip as large as po:
sible during the free school tertm. Tl'
mnoney for thtese schtools is apportionet
to the townshmip upont the bsis or tI1
average attendlance of the pupils. Sent
all of your children.
-Clairman Hendricks, of te Boar
of. County Commfissioners, Jury Con
muisioner Browti, the Clerkc, Stieriff an.
Auditor weore oengaged last Thurdayi
filling the jury box with the natme. ;
persous from which the juries for thi
year will be drawn.
-The citizens of the town are reques
ed to meet att thme Court House ntext Sn
urday, at 3 p. in., for thte purpose of col
siderintg thme Public Cemetery que'stiom
and take step)s to hatIve the sante fence<
and otherwise imp roved.
(G. WV. EAaIIr.,
-The trustees of Liberty townshm
school dlistrict, No. 2, wiil meet at Lil
artyv on Saturday, thme 17th itnst., at 10)
urpose of (employintg teacl
iding to such other busixite
erly como before thenm. TI
Jls will openi (on M~onday, (1
Bly order of thie Boamrd.
-For the convenmience of the SPN']
ruEL's patroens at Etasley and ont that ci.
of the county wo have arranged wi
Mr. H. Earle Rkussell to not as ourin ager
lHe will ho found at the drug store of
F. Bruce & co. Subscribit for the Sn
TINEL and give him all t,he news to.. pu
-Sheriff Rlichoy has twvelve prisono:
in charge six U. S. and six state prisoi
era. Fonr negroes are in for crittes f,
v will be tied at to Mart
irt. One for murder, two f<
:ing andi stealitng one for Ct
use in day timo atnd ata1tlic
Four of te U. S. prisone
will be discharged thmis wook.
- -Maj. F. M. Glemn, of Slabtown, hi
been confined to his bed for se.veral dwi
from injuries received in a fall, lHe w'
hitohing his htorso to the buggy, whn
the animal made a sudden start htgain
him, knocking or shoving him dow
At first his injnries wvere thtought
he Aerions, hnt Dlr. R. F. Smith whio ti
tended htim said that no hoans. we
broken, and that he would be all rigi
in a few days. . -
Rev' Sam R. R1le.
J. The announcemnent: "Sam Riley iE
- dead" startled many, ears, and deeplS
saddened many hearts. His death no
cnred itt his hom in Loweryoville, Yorh
i. county, on the 9th inst., and was cause<
fron typhoid fever. The remaint
were buried at Lowyersville on last Sab
bath. His mother, Mrs. J. R. Riley o
Easley wdlit on several days ago,and Dr
Riley went last Thursday, reaching hit
bedside only a short time before deatl
& claimed him. Th1e sisters Misses MIr.
and Lila, had to remain at Easfey, ivith
, the aged atid afflicted grandnothe, Mrs.
tr Mr. Riley was only twenty eight yeirt
of age, yet the four last years of his life
were spent in the ministry of the Pres
byterian Chu rch. He possessed an anAly
tical mind of remarkable power, and tc
lthis was added all tho einbellishiment and
advantage rleducation Conld give. Hi
was a graduate of Adger College nd Iof
s. Columbia Theological Sominary. H<
Wts fitted both by nature and training
o for the work to which lie had consecrated
)0 his whole being. F very one who know
him lved him, and he preached with
the greatest power where he was best
- known for his life was faultless. HiN
Asermons stuck in the minds and hiarts
of his hearers. Every one who heart
mm knew lie was honest and inl earnest.
This was the secret of hi power. His
Scongregation loved him dearly, and hiq
influence for good will be long reinew
He wag such a good and noble chris.
s tain that no unkind word was ever said
of him by any one. The Greek and
Latin medal was awarde( to hium while
it in college over several brilliant lon)peti
. tors, and all ulnited in saying the iaward
d vas right. There was not a thought of
jealously oi wrong. He was married to
Miss Alice Sims, of Columbia, on the
s 4th of January 1888, end so soon the
golden cbain is broken-separated, but
tho sol thus linked by love'o immortal
bands will find the same sweet haven of
Dr. J. JR. Williams.
Dr. J. R. Williams died of pneumonia
at his home in Central, on the niglit of
the 9th inst., after a short illness. He
was 48 yeart of age. The funeral was
had from the Methodist Church in Eas
ley on litst Sabbath, the service beillg
I contieted by Rev. W. 13. Si1gleton who
protiomiced a ist tittirg eulogy on the
a Christaim character ita influence of the
d(lecSeed. At the conclusion of the sEor
vice ia the church, Cental Lodge, No.
229, A. F. M., took charge of thie re
matns and perforund the last sad rites
icordii g to thoe onstom of the ord -r.
Th." WVoishipful Master, anld lanly of the
n bretheri of the Bates Lodge, at. Fas'ey,
- and some of the brethren from Reowee
1 Loilge, assisted.
Dr. Williams was a native of Andorson
county whem lie has many warm friends
r who% will be saiddeiied by the news of his
untimely taking off. On the 4th of No
veinher 1874, he was most happil mar
Iied to Miss Sarah L. Linhiardt, the
eldest daughter of Mr. 11. Lenhardt, of
a tls county. Not long aifterwards he cs
y, tablished himself in bnsiness at Central
e fas a druggist.. H-e begun his profession
dl as its ma11ster, and the foulilt:tion of his
remarkable suclcensis was laid ipn the
ud lock (f inltegrity. Honesty antd
n less shne oil his coun it c con
%1u1inm all of tle- iobility of his charav
11r, al his conduct attid coinversation
stretigbihned the iconivivtion in the
iid.s o4f his assf'fi;ates. In the midst of
his use.fness, at the climax of sceil
V inippjinems, conij ugal joy anid parenital
P foandness, the lighat of his life wenit ost.
rThe IteIt Sohte' fior (lie wiid.owed heart,
the best shield for the orphaned child
reni, is the sweet memory of his well
k slm life, that boeko)ns them to a hiappv1
reunion beyond the riv'er.
.Time neathe or' MIr. Doyle.
Mrs. Mary E. D)oyle, thie beloved wvife
hof D)r. 0. M. Doyle, of Seneca, died eair
ly on Sunday mforninlg, 4th insatant. She
had been in her usual health. fn5oe lhat
moiitrning, dressed herself, ned ate a hear
-ty breakfast. On going from the table
tohr om she was' stricken wvith ap~o
y ley and fell to the floor. She was car
t ied to lier room, andl died in about an
s honr, She was ini her fifty-seventh year,
and1( hatd heein for many year's a conisist
enit nmember of the Presbyterian Clhutrch.
In hier domestic relations she was always
the dlevoted wife, kind anud affectionate
mother, ev'er considerate of the highest
awelfare of those near anud dear. A wo
man of stre.ng and high Christian char
aieter, her life shied a genlie influence for
good on all with whom she was asusociait
ed. She leaves a husband, oine daughter
ialan three sons to mourn lier detath, to
il wh:n:i is exteindedi the si ierie conudolence
Sof a large c:rele of relatives aind friends.
'' TheI funeral wa.s preaehied in the Seneca
. i reshyleai-m Churchon Tuesdaty morn.
inug at te o'lo)ck by.11ev. Mr'.Cee
land, of Atlanta, Gah. , formerly tar nniny
yasthe pasto r of the dIc iiasedi~Q. It was
dP an apl irit e, tenider uamt beautifunl
trdite to her uunemory', andI fullI of spirit
ad hope atlid tencofuagemet. to his mnany
sympast lizing lhtari'rs. At the canem
1I t) the St one Churchh and inteired at 2 p
rn m, acompanied by a lang pro'(cesion oh
1 sorr-owig f'riends..-T1he Ecowee Cou
The first news item that has comtl
t- toi the nlotico of your quill driver at
t- this lafce, was the marriage of Mr
i- Wilhiam Gilstrap to Miss Nettie
Stwr,on Wecdnesday, JTanuary 7thy
Iat the residlence of Rev. W. C. Sea,
born, who ofdiited1.
Mr. W. D. Gleuin's father was bad.
ly mnjure:] a fewv days since by his
h<or.se becoming frighitened a:id run,
tong away as he was being hitched
sThe Sabbathi school reor'gan;ized
Slast Sunday bey (electing Mi'. M. A.
B og'gs, superliitendenit, andi Mr. L.
R. Smith secret.ary. iM rn. Boggs has
'- been c.hoisen superinitendent aof the
le Baptist Suniday School also, Hie will
till both positions with ease anti
y. grace, and give entire satisfaction te
e.. all deoinijiattins.
. The first indication of approaching
sprimg was the appearance of Capt.
.a J. D). Smith on the streets this meornfl
-. mg. with a straw hat an. I reckon
r lie was ventilating his pate ini oi'de
Ito p)ersuade mioro capillary attrac
tiouns to makel( their app)earainca.
g The vestibule train, going north ai
-s2 p. ml. and south at 8:40 at. im , takes
the mail mautead of the regular pias
S Mr. Joe W. Miller came up fron
sAnderson last Thursday to enter J
n~ T. Price's school. lie is the very es
it sence of fun, and keeps us all in
- constant uproar of laughter.
Cotton still continues to) come ini
.'fhs lbes t goes att t) cents.
it Pickens has two papr and the
court house, Easlev a bhank -ad c
Maill.. Now Liberty wants oneend of
the dummy line. Is it dead or tak
ing a sort nap?
The bss checker player, Ossie, ha
bo<n downed, anrd soime one else
i w ars the plume.
W. 0. Willard is the best well dig
ger in town. He can turli his hand
to n ost anything, haul logs, pack
cotton, ilk cows, set liens anti so on.
For fear I make my correspon
dence too long, I will put a rriod
right here. y,
Mr. E. E. 1Ruldin has been quitesick
with fever. At last accounts he waa
-Esquire, Juo. R. Gossett will leave
in a few days to make a commercial tour
of North Carolina.
There seemed to be some uncertainty
about the proper means of curing cat
tarrh, but it has been found that Old
Saul's Cure does the work at once and
When you see a bright baby pleased
with ief and everybody else, be mure
that Dr. Bull's Baby Syrup has been
used. Only 25 cts a bottle.
Needin: a ton(c, or chlillrea that want building
a I i(htm](I tnke
u1t*%WN'S 1tON BITTERS.
; is plenatt to take, e-tres Malatia, Indiges
tion. anl nilioustess. All (lealers keep it.
The surpst meas to rid yourself of
that distressing cough 'iH to uso Dr.
IMil's Cough syrup. 25 cts.
"Mis. JonAs sits at the WiUdow all
day as placid as a May morning, and
her five children p)lay hide and seek on
the back stairs.' "No wonderl She
uses Salvation Oil for sprains and cuts,"
IrP YOUR nACK ACIE'S
Or you are all %or,n out, really gool for nothing
it os pfr alt . 'Try
It will cure ym,. anl vive a Krxl apetite. Sold
ly a4l dealers In inedicine.
Walter Bridges, Athens, Tenn., writes.
"For six yeats 1 had beta afllicted with
runing sores an(] an :llhirgement of the
boneR in my leg. I tried everting I
heard of without nny permanant benefit
until lhotnnic Blood Balm was recom
mended to mie. After using six bottles
the sores healh (1, land I am now in bet
ter health than I have ever been. I
send thi3 tvsimonial tinsolicited, be
cause I want others to be benefited."
The Auditor or his deput,y will be
at the following places to receive re
tturn of property for fiscal year 1890.
At Pickens C. 11., from Jan. 1st
1891 ti Saturday Janurav 17th 1891.
At Centtral, Mondtiv and Tuesday,
JanaryA, 190th and 20th 1891
At Liberty, Wednesday and Thurs.
day, January 21st and 22nd.
At Eash-y, Vrida.;- and Saturday
Jainuarv 23(l1n 2-lth 1891.
At Cross Plains, Monday January
At, Diaeusville, Tusdavy 27th.
At F'ozt ers' -Store, Wednesday 28th.
AtP Thurslav 29th.
At Holly Springs, Friday 2Uth.
At E ate, Satunl ray 31st 18)1.
H1urr-icanie, Monday Febuary 2rd.
Six mnile Tuaesday, Febuary 3d.
A t 1'ratter W%iednesdy Feboar tly 4th,
and balance of timne at Pickense C. Hi.,
to and includinag Febuary 20th at
which time the book will close.
A penalsy of fifty per cent, wvill be
added for nion-return as req.iired by
The to wn.ship) board of assessoi-a
wil pl asemet me at their resp)ective
preint on dlays menOtion'ed.oftx
Ini referenice tlte ques.tienofax
alion of certtaii per1sonat pr.operties of
this State, invested or' h-dld otitaide
(of the State as follows, t'it: Are man
(ys, cr-edits, inve-st.mnents, &c., of citi
z 'ens of this State in vested or held
outside of the State liattle to taxation
under thec laws of the State? Audi
tors are referred to Section 173, Gen
eral Statutes, which reads: "Every
Iperson of full age and of sond mind,
shall annually~ li::t for tan:tion the
following persollt proptal~ty, to w'it:
1st. All tihe t.angi ble personal pro
pat nthe State owned (or controlled
"2d. All the tangible property own
ed by him11 or othe-r r(eidet of South
CTaolina anad ulndler his control which
may lbe t(-mpornIiJy out of the State,
but is initendted to Le brought inmto the
'3r-d. All tangible personal proper
ty ou ned or contro lled by him which
m ay hatve beena senit out of the State
for sale anid nat yet sold: and,
4ithI. All the lanoneys, (cedits, invest
muenats ini bonds. stocks, joint stock
comipan ies, or oth leruise, owned or
controlled by him whether in or out
of this State.
J. B. CLYDE,
td Co,uni,y Auditor.
0 oceeeee~ 0
A e e e eeW
(Y'C O ODclOoeoADCRD
IT t.-A1 prsnshodig cam
agis th saeo renSehn e
eesd aeo ikn ony ot
Caolna i' peen'te lgalb atet
edt h nesgedb s,cfMtc
frpyefo bebre;anWhs n
deidt sai sa wil maepamn
-,, AANON : BOGGB,
All the sign
stones say it is U
ways. Every ac
be larger, more e
ity of goods that
We are stil
Some of these go
be surprised to s<
in.Pa us thil
And here's at ye agin for a fine
nrge new year.
'Ihis almanack is solid for another
year, andl extends a hearty welcome
and a big invitation to all friends and
castormers, and at the samnetimeo re
turns its best thanks for their very
We wishm all a Pr. )perCouls New~
Year and don't you forget where we
stay, and what we do and that we
never try to paralyze the conununity
W. T.. MecFAL L.
MARBLE WORK I
NEl 8TONIES, ETC ,
Made on sitort notice. Satisfnet ioni Otar
anteed, and prices as low as the lowest,
teqatyof the work nt all times being
I am agent for the best iron and1 wire
1icaen ,a. m.rke. nIt'erale a ,.iii
The Place to
OOD, BRUCE &
boards in the county point to this store
carer here than anywhere else, but it i
.ommodation will be given our cistorMe
omplete, and the low standard of pri'e .
hai marked our course in the past, w%il
I buying cot ton above the marcct who
od customers who have let their accouits
e our collector. We can't rtun our )uimil
i month and save further notice and won
THE RICHMOND & DANVILI
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S!eepinug.car reservaut ins, con -er~ withIloaa
JAM. L. TA YJ,)U.
Gen'ul P~assen-reri A a t,
and get MORE PC
WYrit or u New liiustr
THE LEFFEL WATER WHEEL& EN
IDo foui IVar!3 to NeIl, or t
do0 yota bW:ama to isy
C omte asad See i'I.
I ill besy' aUfed pay' 4'alDs,
Ior I wIll sell ora ( reif .
or Suasaall Tract4's. ir'..proved~.
OS B. FRElMAN,
I ATT"1OINEY ATI IA W0, .
I PICKENS C. II, is. C.
All husinesst will recve >romV1i,t at in.
tion. 01010 upJ sttais in 1'.imtin build --
huig, Mitin street, decitf
-t1id ill the nilo
n't dowl 1611 both
S. Our A,ck will
ndthe( hi-h qm1111
be umi161tainedI inl.
r! partis' owe us.
ru n rI*', ne(q] it
!s without colleet.
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R1ichsmond & Danville Ril
Greenville and Columbia Division.
Condensed Schedule December 28th 1800,
Trains run on 7.5th meridian time.
Going North. Going South.
No. 18. iA o. 14,
7 00 am...Ly Charleston Ar... 9 30 pm
8 00 .... .. Aigusta .......9 07
11 00 .......Columbia....... 4 40
12 02 .. ......Alston........ 3 8g
1 t-5pin........Union........ 1 45
2 40 Ar...paitanburg .... 12 40 am
4 46 .... ... .Tryon ........11 42
5 -c7 ........Saluda........10 55
- 54 .......Flat Rock......10 LO
6 07 ... IIendersonville.... 10 19
7 00 ....... Asieville....... 9 22
8 4,. ......Ht Springs... . 7 47
12 20 ...... P01,aria.........8 ''0 pm
12 42 . .......Prosperity...... 3 00
1 00 Lv.....Newberry..... 2 88
2 2. ......Ninety Six...... 1 15
2 46 ......Green'wood..... 12 24
8 07 .......I[lg ........1 1 55
3 50 Ar... .Abbeville.. Lv..10 50 am
4 00 Ar......Jlton........10 P0
4 10 Lv.. Belhon. .. .Ly.... 10 50
4 2'? . .....Williamsion.....10 13
4 31 ........Pelzer........10 12
4 48 ...... Piedinoit ....).. 65
5 30 Ar....Grecaville .Lv ) 15
4 40 ......Anderson..... ..10 03
5 22 ...... Pendleton...... 9 20
6 00 .........eineca....... 8 41-5
f ; O .. .. . M 11hln la....... 8 15
10 40 .....,. Atlanta.......
No I5 No. 18.
5 40 pi ...... Coil,)ia....... 0 50
6 45 ....... AI ston......... 8 46
') 0 ....l'onI.ar1ia........ 8 80
7 .... erity...... 7 08
* I0 ..... iNewberry .. 50
S .......GoIldville....... 6 52
0 0. ........Cliiton........ 6 31)
) 4.> Ar....Laurenis....... 6 00
......Ninlety Six ... 5 42
.. .. .. ..G.e4enwomd...... 5 20
5 05 ......I ti4 ........ 4 F0 pin
5 40 .......Abi.vill ...... 4 15
No. 9. No.16.
9 .5 am... st.. 9 30
10 20 .......beville.8 -0
10 a) . .let n . .. . 5
11 (12 . ..W illiamn ton. ..l 17
11 08.. ........ ,lz.er........ 3 10
11 25 ......P'ie 01mn:t....... 2 53
12 05 ...... r vi!b....... 2 10
7 20 ......l'essperitv...... 7 08
7 10 aiml. . . Newherry A 6 50 I'm
8 5:, ... . NintvSix ...... 5 42
9 1.1 ......rn'wod... 5 20
9 ::8 ........IlO L-cs........ 4 ".
10 3f) . ....Ar. lwlln.. .... 4 0:;
10 .15 .... v. Bi1on...... 8 5 "
11 10 . . :3 30
No. No. 6.
12 15 Il n.. . Lv I Iodges A r . . -. 2 40 pn
1 0. . Ar1Ahhville Lv... 1 50
Nop. 5. , 9. 10. 15, 1(. 17 and 18. daily
(X ept S11n10.1y. Mail linef. 1tains 13 and
I.I daily ll-twcein C( Inihbia niid Alstoin;
IdIily exvt Stnd, y betw en Alston and
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sp-rinlvs without1 chantri, C0,1n11clinl" with
Sohnh~' at d Greev 'll divisiulntrai,
thrily. No. 51.
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Wihnington N- ( C.uo1j IA.. 8 b, 180,
Ie Ie t pn. . w41n Gharleston(). an36.
7) 0 a.m4.Lv.Carl.s.n.A... 30 .
I I0 ........ 1ae ......... 7 19
6 0) . . .... .Soneter..... 00 ;a2
S1- p.m . . W innsborro . . . . . 300
o Ie .. .... heterW4..... 24
4 -14........Y..rkvi) le. 1 0L1
) 03 .. . ...1 ncater......9 005.
.41).....tck 11.10 . 50.
0 p.inA Newherry,"t.C. v2 38' p.m
S0 ....riville.... 149 25
7 (41 . .. Ashev ille. N. r. .. 9 2
Solidi trains between 4'harleston and( Co
Greenville. hit. 0