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THE WASJL??NGTON TREATY.
DECISION OF TUE ARBITRATORS.
Thc Som of t|15,500,000 Awarded to the
United Stales-The Decision Against
Great Britain on the Cases or the Ala?
bama, the Florida, the Shenandoah
.nd their Tenders-The Decision
Against the United States in the Cases
or the Other Vessels. j
GENEVA, Baturday, September 14.
Tbe Alabama Claims Arbitration Tribunal In
award ofine seulement of the case between
Great Britain and tbe United States, delivered
to-day in the council room in this city, begins
with a recital, In formal, technical language,
of the terms of the Treaty o? Washington; re?
cites the names and titles of the arbitrators
and agents appointed; sets forth the facts ot
the assembage of the court lu Geneva, the ex?
change and verification of the powers of Its
members and the pr?sentation of the national
English and American cases by the agents and
counsel. Having concluded this legal and
judicial preface, the court decision continues
to declare, verbatim, as follows :
TEXT OF THIS DEC rs I ON.
The tribunal, having lolly taken Into con?
sideration the treaty, the cases, the counter
cases, documents, evidence, arguments, and
all communications which have been made,
and having Impartially and carefully examined
the same, has arrived at a decision, and pre
Ben te, as follows, its award and the bases of ]
Whereas, having regard to the sixth and
seventh articles of the Treaty of Washington,
the arbitrators are bound, by the terms of the
seventh artlole, in deoldiog the maners sub?
mitted to them, to be governed by three rules j
th?jplh -Hpeciiled, and by suob principles of j
insWnallonal law as are not inconsistent
therewith, as the arbitrators shall determine
applicable to the case.
Whereas, the due diillgence referred to In
the first and third of said rules should be ex?
ercised by neutral governments In exact pro?
portion to the risks to which either one ol the
belligerents may be exposed by (allure lo ful?
fil the obligations of neutrality on their part.
Whereas, Th? circumstances out of which
the facts, the subject matter of the present
controversy arose, were of a nature lo call for
the exercise, on the part of her Majesty's Gov?
ernment, of all possible solicitude tor the ob?
servance ot the rights and duties Involved In
her Majesty's proclamation of neutrality ls
sued on the thirteenth day of May, in the year
of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and
Whereas, the effects of a violation of neu?
trality, committed by means of the construe-1
Hon, equipment, and armament of a vessel,
are not done away wi in by any commission
which the government of the belligerent
power benefited by the violation of neutrality,
may alterward grant tnat vessel, and the ulti?
mate step by which the offence ls completed
cannot bo admitted as a ground for the abso?
lution of the offender, nor can the consomma- j
lion of his fraud become the means of estab?
lishing his Innocence.
Whereas, the privilege of exterritoriality
accorded to vessels of war 1B admitted into the
law of nations, not as an absolute right, but
as founded on a principle of courtesy und mu?
tual deference, and, therefore, can never be
appealed to tor Justification of acts done In
violation ot neutrality; and whereas, the ab?
sence of previous legislative rule cannot be
regarded as a failure in the law of nations, in
a case in which the vessel carries its own con-1
CASE OF THE ALABAMA.
- Whereas, morder to impart to supplies of j
coal a character inconsistent with the second
mle, prohibiting the uso of neutral ports and
waters as bases ot operations, lt ls necessary
tbat such supplies be connected with special
circumstances of time, person and place; and,
whereas, with respect to the vessel called the
Alabama, lt clearly results from all the tacts
relative to her construction in the port of
Liverpool, her equipment and armament In
the vicinity ot Tercet ra, through the agency
of other vessels dispatched trom Great Britain
for that purpose, thai the British Government
failed to use due diligence In the perform?
ance of its neutral obligations, and, notwith?
standing official representations made by
agents ot the United Slates during the con- I
etructlonofthe said ship, omitted to take]
effective measures for its prevention, and that
orders for ber detention, which the British
Government did finally give, were Issued so
late that the executing ol the said orders was
not practicable; and whereas, after tbe escape
of that vessel, the measures which were taken
for her pursuit and arrest were BO Imperfect
aa to lead to no result, and therefore cannot
be considered as a sufficient release for Great
Britain from the responsibility she Incurred.
Whereas, despite the violations of neutrali?
ty thus committed, the same vessel was, on
several occasions, freely admitted to the
ports of colonies of Great Britain inBteid of
being proceeded against, as she ought to have
been, in any and every port under British Ju?
risdiction where she^might have been found;
and, whereas, the Government ot England
cannot Justify itself for its failure In due dili?
gence on the plea of the Insufficiency of the
legal means of action it possessed.
Pour of the arbitrators, for the reasons
above assigned, and the fifth, Lord Chief
Justice Cockburn, lor reasons separately as?
signed by him, are of opinion that Great Bri?
tain bas in this case failed by omission to ful
- fit-the-duties prescribed .in ihe first and third
rules established by the Treaty of Washington.
CASE OF THE FLORIDA.
And whereas, with respect to the Florida,
lt reamis, from all the facts, that the English
authorities tailed to lake measures adequate
to prevent a violation ot neutrality, notwith?
standing the representations of the agents ot
the United States to the effect that her Majes?
ty's Government failed to use due diligence to
fulfil its duties of neutrality. It likewise re?
sulta from the tacts which have been present?
ed relative to the stay ot the Oreto at Nassau,
New Providence, to her issue thence, her en?
listment of men, her supplies and her arma?
ment, with the co-operation of the British
vessel Prince Alfred, In Green Bay, that there
was negligence on the part ot the British
Whereas, notwithstanding the violation of |
nentralitv which Great Britain committed in
the case of the Oreto. the same vessel, at a
later date called the Florida, was on several
occasions freely admitted to British ports;
and, whereas, the Judicial acquittal of the
Oreto at Nassau, New Providence, cannot re?
lieve Great Britain from the responsibility In?
curred under the principles of International
law, nor can the fact of the entry of the Flori?
da into the Confederate port of Mobile, and
her Btay there during a period ot lour months,
exUnsnleh th a responsibility previously in?
curred by Great Britain.
For these reasons the Tribunal of Arbitra?
tion, by a majority ot f?or voices to one, ls of
opinion that Great Britain has in this case
failed by her omission to fulfil the duties pre?
scribed In the first, second and third rules es?
tablished in article six ol the Treaty oi Wash?
CASK OF THE SHENANDOAH.
Whereas,:with respect to the case of the
Shenandoah, lt results trom the facts placed
belorerthe court that, in the departure from
the port ot London ot the Sea King, and her
subsequent transformation Into a cruiser near
Madeira, the English Government ls not
chargeable with any failure, down to that
date, in due diligence to fulfil the duties ot
neutrality; but whereas lt results from the
laota connected with the stay of the Shenan?
doah at Melbourne, and especially by the aug?
mentation which England admits to have
been clandestinely effected In her foroe of
men by enlletments at that port that there
was negligence on the part of the British au?
thorities at that place.
For these reasons the tribunal of arbitration
IB unanimously ot opinion that England has
not failed by the act ot omission to fulfil the
duties prescribed by three rules of the Treaty
o? Washington, or in the observance of the
principles of international law with respect to
the Shenandoah during a period of time ante?
rior to ber entry into the port ot Melbourne,
and, by a majority of three to two votes the
tribunal decides that Great Britain has failed
in her duties as prescribed in tbe second and
third rules of the treaty In the case ol the same
vessel-the Shenandoah-from and after her
entry Into Hobson's Bay, and IB, therefore, re?
sponsible for the acts of that vessel after her
departure from Melbourne on the 18th day of
Fetraary, in the year 1865.
THE TENDERS TO THE ALABAMA AND FLORIDA
AND OTHER VESSELS.
As relates to tne oases of the Tuscaloosa, the
Clarence and Tacony, the alders or tenders to
the Alabama and Florida, the court ls unani?
mously of opinion that these accessories must
??nbw the lot of their principals, and submit
to the same decision.
So tar as relates to the case of the privateer
trtbntlOD, the tribunal," by a majority o
three to two voices, ls of opinion that England
has not failed to fulfil her duties under the
So far as relates to the Georgia, Sumter,
Nashville, Tallahassee and Chlckamauga, the
courtis unanimously of opinion that Great Bri?
tain has not failed to fulfil the duties pre?
scribed under the three rules of the treaty or
by international law. .
. The court is of opinion that the Sallie, Jeff.
Davis, Music, Boston and Joy are excluded
lrom consideration lor want of evidence.
AWARD OF U??EJ?Srrr.
And whereas, as far as relates to the par?
ticular lorm ot indemnity claimed by the Uni?
ted States tor costs Incurred lu the pursuit of
the cruisers, lt ls not, in the Judgment of the
tribunal, properly distinguishable from the
general expenses of war.
Therefore, the court is of opinion, by a ma?
jority of three to two, that there ls no grouud
for awarding, any sum by way o? indemnity
under this head.
Whereas, prospective injuries cannot prop?
erly be made subject tor compensation, inas?
much as they depend In nature on future and
certain contingencies, the tribunal 1B unani?
mously ot opinion that there 1B no ground for
award under thia head.
Whereas, In order to arrive at an equitable
compensation for damages sustained, ll ls nec?
essary to set aside all double claims tor the
same losses, and alt claims fer gross freight so
far as it exceeds net freight.
And whereas, it ls just and reasonable to
allow interest at a reasonable rate.
Whereas, In accordance with the solrit and
letter of the Treaty of Washington, it ls pref?
erable to adopt the form of adjudication ot a
sum In gross, rather than refer the subject of I
compensation for further discussion and de?
liberation to the Board Assessors provided in
article 10 of the Treaty of Washington, the
Tribunal of Arbitration-using ihe authority
conferred on Its members by article 7 of the
treaty-by a majority of four voices awards to
the United Slates of America the sum of |
$15,500,000, lo gold, as the indemnity to be
paid by Great Britain to the use of the Ameri?
can Government tor satisfaction of all claims
referred to the consideration ot the arbitrating
Conformably to the provisions contained in
article 7 ot the treaty, and In accordance wita
the ierm3 ot article ll of the treaty, the tri?
bunal declares that all claims whlcb have been
referred to lt tor adjudication are hereby fully,
perlectly and finally Bellied.
The court furthermore declares that each
and every one of the said claims, whether the
same may or may. not have been presented to
notice or laid bet?re the tribunal, shall hence?
forth be considered and treated as settled and
Io testimony whereof, the present decision
and award bas been made in duplicate and
signed by the arbitrators, who bave given
assent thereto; the whole belog tn exact !
conformity with the provisions of the
Treaty ot Washington. Made and-con
cluded at the Hotel de Ville, Geneva,
Switzerland, September the fourteenth, in
the year or our Lord one thousand eight
hundred and seventy-two.
CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS,
BARON IV ITA JUBA.
Articles VI and VII of the Treaty.
AB Articles 6 and 7 of the Treaty of Washing?
ton are essential to a proper compreht. Mon of ?
ol the above decision t they are given below:
ARTICLE 6. In deciding: the matters submit?
ted to ibe arbitrators th-?y shall be governed
by the following three rn'es, which are agreed
upon by the high contracting parties as rules
to be taken as applicable to the case, and by
such principles ot International law not lo?
co L Blsieat therewith as the arbitrators shall
determine to have been applicable to the case.
Rules.-A neutral government ls bound
First. To use due diligence to prevent the fit?
ting out, arming or equipping, wirbln tu
jurisdiction, of any vessel which ti nasTeason
able ground to believe ls Intended to croise or
to carry on war against a power with which lt
ls at peace; and also to use like diligence to
prevent the departure from its jurisdiction of
any vessel Intended to cruise or to carry on
war as above, such vessel having been spe?
cially adapted, In whole or In part, wlihln
such jurisdiction, to warlike use. Secondly.
Not to permit or suffer either belligerent to
make use ot its ports or waters as the base ol
naval operations against the other, or for the
purpose of the renewal or augmentation of j
military supplies of arms, or the recruitment of J
men. Thirdly. To exercise due diligence lo
Ita own ports and waters, and, os to all persons
within Us Jurisdiction, lo prevent any viola?
tion ot the foregoing obligations and duties,
her Britannic Majesty has commanded her
high commissioners and plenipotentiaries to
declare tbat her Majesty's Government can?
not assent to the foregoing rules as a state?
ment of principles of International law which
were In force at the time when the claims
mentioned in Article 1 arose; but that her
Majesty's Government, In order to evince Its
desire of strengthening the friendly relations
between the two countries, and of making
satisfactory provision tor the future, agrees
that In deciding the questions between the
two countries arising out of those claims, the
arbitrators should assume that ber Majesty's
Govern ment had undertaken to act upon the
principles set forth In these rules. And the
high contracting parties agree to observe
I hese rules as between themselves In lui ure,
and to bring them to foe knowledge ot other
maritime powers and to invite them to accede
ARTICLE 7. The decision of the tribunal
shall, lt possible, be made within three
months from the close of the argument on
both sides. It shall be made In writing and
and dated, and sball be signed by the arbitra?
tors who may assent lo it. The said tribunal
shall first determine as to each vessel sepa?
rately whether Great Britain has, by any act
or omission, failed to fulfil any of the dulles
set forth in the foregoing three rules, or re?
cognized by the principles ot International
law not Inconsistent wltb such rules,and shall
certify sucti facts as to each of the said vessels.
lu case the tribunal find that Great Britain
bas failed to tu ld I any duty or duties as afore
Bald, lt may, if lt think proper, proeeed to
award a sum in gross to be paid by Great Bri?
tain to the United Slates for all the claims re?
ferred to lt; and ID such case the gross sum BO
awarded sball be paid in coln by the Govern?
ment of Great Britain to the Government ot
the United States at Washington within
twelve months after the date of the award.
The award sball be In duplicate, one copy
whereof shall be delivered to the agent ol
Great Britain for bia government, and the
other copy shall be? delivered to the agent of
the United Stales for his government.
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Bell nor ouy on my own account would reapectfoliy call tho attention of the trade to my facilities
fi*r doing basinets, and the inducements offered to purchasers. Hiving an experience or over
twenty years, and having Just erected a large and commodious store in addition to my others, I am
fully prepared for business.
ENGLISH SUPERPHOSPHATE OF LIME,
Imported direct from Liverpool, and guaranteed to contain twenty-fonr per cent, of Soluble Phos?
phate of Lime.
DIRECT FROM THE AGENT, WARRANTED PURE. For sale at market rates.
RAW BONE SUPERPHOSPHATE, FLOUR OF BONE, DISSOLVED
BONE, PLASTER OR GYPSUM.
AI wars on hand, and as every shipment in analyzed on arrival, Planters can rely on getting the
same article, and fully up to standard.
SOLUBLE PACIFIC GUANO.
The highly satisfactory and remarkable effects or this Guano lu producing very largely Increased
crops or Colton, Corn and other staple crops, has attracted the general attention of Planters and
J. TV. ROBSON,
j uni2-r utlia
AGENT FOR THE STATE,
(Voa. 1 and a Atlantic Wharf unit 08 Bast Bay, Charleston.
drugs at IDrjolesalc.
BEACHING THE NORTH POLE-IT
la ci., l m ed that the North Pole will certain?
ly ie i< ached by one nf tho expeditious now in
search or it. Suppose lt ahonld be, and the Amer?
ican flag ahonld be belated there, to revolve with
ihe axi-t or earth once In twenty-four hours (h
what men ? Would the discovery be one-tenth as
vaiuaole to the world In general as
Tarrant1* Effervescent Selizcr Aperient
la to the sick and suffering ? Is not an agreeable
preparation, that win cure Indigestion, constipa?
tion, nervousness bilious complaints, and ali man?
ner ol internal disturbances arising from debility,
or more importance io mankind thnn the location
or the Pole? Rather I The true article 19 procur
able at all good drug atores._BP pl-.'- li
jpiTY THE TENDER BABE!
Give lt not the deadly compound known as
Soothing Syrop. A certain popular article or this
name has launched thousands or helplc-s la?o
cents inro an early grave This has beeu proven
repeatedly, and beyond the shadow of a doubt,
for which reason lils condemned by the majority
Seeing the necessity tor an article or this sort,
entirely free from oplati s, and other Injurious
drugs, Dr. Baer has put np the
GERMAN SOOTHING CORDIAL
for the use of Infants Teething, and for children
suffering from diarrhoea, dysentery, Ac. This
may be given wltn perfect confluence, and !s ap?
proved ny every physician who bas examinad the
formula. Price 25 cents per bottle: ave bottles
Usual Discount to tl.e Trade,
Manufactured and : or sale by
DB. H. BA EB.
No, 191 Meeting street, charleston.
WRIGHT ft WARNOCK'S
PATENTED OCTOBER 10, 1871.
We take pleasure in presenting to tuc planten
and public a Horse Power gotten np by Messrs
WRIGHT A WARNOCK, or Barnwell and Bean
fort Counties, S. C.. which ls a most perfect ma?
chine. The said Power will give greater speed at
the expense of Jess power than anything yet In
use; ls strong, simple and durable. Can be used
with equat ease for ginning cotton, threshing
grain, pumping water, Ac. WW, on a forty-saw
gin In good order, with two mules, moderan
galt, gin 1500 pounds lint cotton per day; brist
driving 2000 pounds. One mole can poll lt; Jghi
for two. lt sits in a frame lo the boase;can rx
arranged to gin with the gin and gear sitting ot
Another important feature of this Power ii
that 1 he rising or falling of the floor of the hons?
does not affect the working of the gear in an}
Thia ls a Southern enterprise, and no humbug
Price $125, and freight, ready for putting up.
G. H. KIRKLAND and W. A. CLARK.
Allendale, S. 0.,
Agents for south Carolina.
G. H. KIRKLAND, Agent for North Caron na.
Rev. Messrs. Joseph A. Lawton* and Joseph
Bostick,* or the Savannah River Associa?
tion, Allendale; Captain W. M. Bostick,* Allen?
dale; Rev. Mesare. D. J. Simmons and F. Milton
Kennedy, of the South Carolina Conference; Gen?
eral Johnson Hagood, Barnwell Courthouse:
Captain R. D. Senn, Columbia; F. J. Pelzer, Esq.,
and Messrs. Reeder A Davis, Charleston, S. c.
.Those marked thus have seen the Power at
~ By PAIJL B. XJLLANE ?C&T>
WILL BE SOLD . THIS DAY, BEFORE
oar Store, Ko?176 East ?ay, ct hair-pait
P o'clock,' " *" ".'' *" .
16 tierces UnbsggedF. C. BAHS, In lota to salt
parchase re. . , eatts?. '
Conditions cash, -^fig
BjT. M. CATEE. . . : r
WILL BE SOLD BEFORE MY STORE,
20 bhds. MOLASSES to close sal?.
Conditions cash. - -_ sepia
EY LAURE V, ALEXANDER & CO.
PIG SHOULDERS, PIG BAMS, <fcc.,:<fcc.
THIS DAY, 19th instant, will be sold, belora
onr Store, at 10 o'clock. - ' ";
16 obis. New 1 ork PIG HAMS
10 bbls. New York Pig Shoulders ... .
20 boxes Layer Raisins. . .. . ^ ?
. ALSO. . . $Zi&fst.
Boxes Pickled Lobsters, bbls. and.Mts.Macke?
rel, Beef. Ac,ftc.
Conditions cash. .. . . sepia
By J. A, ?H8EOW & CO.
CLARET WINE I ' CLARET WINE 1
TBIS DAY, 19th instant, af "o i'clock, will
be sold in front of onr store, No. t>. East Bay, . ?<
12 quarter casks Spanlab CLARET. sepia
Bj/ J. A. ENSLOW & CO. ,
CUBA MOLASSES AND HEW -YORK
SYRUP. ."..,.., ???i
THIS DAY, 10th Instant, at 10 o'clock. WlB bo
sold lo front or oar store. No. 82 East Bay,
10 bbls New York S?BUP " '
fl tierces sweet cuba Molema,_eeplO
By J. A. ENSLOW & CO.
HAMS I HAMS! HAMS!
THIS D AY. loth instant, at 10 o'clock, will
bj Bia in t root of oar store. No. 82 East Bay,
20 packages H AMS AND BACON ' ' -
4 packages Assorted Meats/ -; tscplft
R. M. MARSHALL & BRO.
WILL SELL THIS DAY, AT 10
o'clock, at No. 33 Broa i street, one large
By WM. McKAf.
BUGGY, BAROUCHBrT-D B'S K S ,
Benches, ic Will sell THIS DAY, at lo
o'cl-ck, at lils salesroom, one BUaoT,~T>ne
Barouche, lot School Desks and Benches, .and an
assortment or Household Kornltnre. seplO
By JOHN G. MILNOR & CO.
TWELVE OASES PHILADELPHIA CUS?
TOM MADE SHOES.-THLa DAY. 1B?V UUt, ;?
at bair-past 10 o'clock, will be sold at Store No. -, v
Meeting street, two doors below cur ow* *?ote,
lo ado mon to stook advertised: 12 cases Polia
delpbla CUSVOM-MADE &EOES, Jn-t landed per
Steamship Virginia, consisting- of Women's,litss?8T ,
and Infant's Shoes, conditions casb. ?Hggg . ."
By JOHN G. HILNOR & CO.
SPECIAL SALE FOR CASH. STOCK jj
of Two Ci) un tr y Stores. Will be acldTHlS
MuRNlNG, loth instant, ot Store Nc - .Meetlag *
street, two doors below our own sior*, at tralf
past 10 o'clock, 24 packages SHOcBv o- Hating of
Men's and Womens' Balmorals. Mei. a.Oavjury
Boots, Womens' Cair rou as, ' Men's Wd^Soyi'
Hali Congress, Mles?s' Calf Balm?rals; 5-1-pack?
ages Men's and Boys1 Hats, conslai log-i^-Xen/s
Brown, BUcit and Light colorid Felt Hats, jun's . .
and BovV Assorted colored Wool Hats, 1 ca?0 - .
Men's White cotton Sicks; stock: of ? Country
Store consisting of Opera Flannel, Medhoes,
(White, Brown and oreen,) Empress Cloths,
Bareges, clothing, Overcoats, Vesta, Panta,. White
and Hickory St ina. Ind a Knbber Blankets, Call?
en Head and Pocket Handkerchiefs, LadieB' .
Cloaks. Apron cnetS.J,'LongclOLna, susw5ua?.rsr
Hats,Set scales, Tobacco cotter,.FrylngPans,
Broad Axes, Knives and Forks, Carron' ware, 3 .
Seta Fine Scales, also 1 case (21 rde^) HlaofcSat
1 net. The above sale ls speojall/ for cash, And all
bil 18 must be paid upon dehvery. - sepia
' I &outortb?:
? .??'...* . . i -'..-1
gOTJTH CAROLINA RAn.ROAD.? ?ldj
BiMM M ????W????
UUARLRSTON, a. c., May lflvl?Ti -
On and after MUNDAY. May io, the .Fussen? -
ger Tra!us on the South Carolina Railroad wtffrnn .
aafoUows: . ? .0 -.ii: aaenta&u ?>Y >
TOE AUGUSTA. ,.. T t**Wf
Leave Charleston. 8.10 A ic:
Arrive at Augusta.......?03 4.26 r x v
JOB COLUMBIA. . , .,;,/.,.?^4a -\r
Leavocbarleeten. 8.10 AM
Arrive at Columbia..n 4.06 r M
FOB 0BABU8T0B. . , ???SA
Leave Augusta..'.7.40 A M
Arrive at cnarleiton.3.30 r K
AUGUOTA NIGHT BUK '
(Sundays excepted.) '??..?<,
LeaveCLhariaston............ J.20 t M
Arrive at Augusta...:.'. KOO A ar
Leave Augusta..-.?.40 r M
Arrive at Charleston.e.46 A M
COLUMBIA Ni OUT UPBSBR.
(Sundays excepted.) ..'.;;ut>50a.
Leave Charleston.,. 8^201 M
Arrive at columbia. e.40 A x
Arrtve at Charleston. 6.M AM
SUXKBBYILLI TBAJN. , , li
Leave Summerville at.' 7.26 A M
Arrive at Charleston at. U6 A X
Leave Charleston at..aw ru
Arrive at suniniervule at. 4.46 r u
OAKUBM nANCH. ' . ICS. iOZC
Leave Camden............ 6U6 A M
Arrive at Columbia......aflJVl
Leave columbia:.'... L46 r M
Arrive at Camden...... OJ*XX
Day and Night Trains connect at Angtmta'with
Macon ana Augusta Railroad, Centra) Kaflrcad
and Georgia Railroad. Thu la the quWikest and
most direct route and aa comfortable and cheap aa
any other roa te to Louisville,' Ct nein natu Uhloago,
tn. Loots and aU other pointa Weat ?Ld Non?west.
Colombia Night Train connects with oreen vide
and Columbia Railroad ; and Day and NlghtTralns
connect with Char lotto Road..: ? . ??: lo ?tf$
rn rough tickets on sale via this route to all
ijomden Train connects at King ville dali y.fex
cept sundays) with Day Passenger. Train, and
rona through to Colombia.
A.L. TYLER, vice-President.
S. B. PIOKENS. G. T. A. .. y>jg|
NORTHEASTERN RAILROAD COM?
CHABLBBTdlt, B.' C., June 8, 1?72. -
Trains will leavo charleston Daily at lats A. X
and 8.00 P. M. *. ir. -./
Arrive at Charleston coo A. M. (Mondays ex
cepted) and 8 P., M. . -' r\. -J
Tram does not leave Charleston 8.00 P. M., BUB.
D Train leavtngio.16 A. M. inil^ tbio?gfc connec?
tion to New York, via Bicnmond and Acqula
Creek only, going through in M aours-^;
Pa^niera leaving by 8.<XL P. ^Traita iuive
choice of route, via Bicnmond aBdjWashuig?n,
or via Portsmouth and BalUmore. c Jho? JeavBig
FaiDAY by this Train lay ever on SUNDAY In Bal
timor?. Those leaving on SATOBDAY remain SUN
^L^^cheaK W m^gjgl
neotlons at Washington with WestemTrpTna^oI
Baltimore and Ohio RaUroad. _1TOJB? "
H. S. SOIJUMONIJ?
Engineer and Sui?rlntendant.
P. L. OLEAPOR,Gen. Ticket Agent.r jagg
SAY ANN AB? AND CHARLESTON
RAILROAD. .. ": Yf
CHARLK8T0N, Jone 13, 18T2.
On and after MONDAY, Jone nth, the Pas?
senger Trains on this Road will run as follows:
EXPRESS TRAIN. r..r
Leave Charleston dally.84?P PV M
Arrive at savannah dally. 0.4AP. M.
Leave Savannah dally..............ttBO-P.M.
Arrive at Charleston dally.tft>M?
DAY TRAIN. . ,v
Leave Charleston, Sundays exoepted.. 7.40 A. X
Amveat savannah, Sundays excepted. ZJQ.T M
Leave Savana ah, Sundays excepted.,. ? n j? X.
Arrive at Uharleston, Sundays exe'ted. OM' P X
Passengers from Charleston by 7.40 A. X. train
make close connection with Port Royal Railroad
for all StaMons OB that Road, (Sundays ?xo?ptM.)
Freight forwarded daily on tbrongn bilis o? lad?
ing to pointa tn Florida and hy Savannah line o?
steamships to Boston. Prompt dispatch gi vea to
freights ror Beaufort and points OB Port Royal
HaHroad and at as low rates as bj any ofier une.
Tickets on sale at tala office for Beaufort over
Port Boyal Railroad. O. s. oADSDKN,
Engineer and Sapenniendept
& a BUYLSTW, Gen'l Ft. an d Ticket Agent.
p E E F U M E~ B"YT
EXTRACTS FOS THE HANDKERCHIEF,
Comprising a variety or Lubln's Choicest Odors
Piesse A Lob in.
LeO rd nd
AndOums' Extracts, la great varlery
Soci?t? Hygi?nique OU '
Savage's Uralna' " :<
For sale by , D? j?!^*c
jpERFUME ATOMIZERS. '
No. 181 Xeeung ?tre?s