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SALISI1UIIY....SATU1U)AY, MAY 31, 1831.
IUB TUB IJKNKHT OK
The Salisbury Academy,
lit Class High and Low System.
'Vi tVc Drawn at Salisbury,
On the 10th Any of July.
I Prize 03.00015" "iidod
1.000 is 5.000
300 is 1,500
200 is 2,000
100 i 5.000
50 is 3.000
20 is 2,000
10 is 2,500
A 70 is 9 1,000
20, 1 55 Prize., "amounting to 1 20,000
'TT More Prizes than Blanks!
Ticket 8 1 Halve)! fi Quarters 81.
MOPE OF DRAWING:
This Scheme, fiMirxtnd on the Hijjh and Ijow
bvtciu, bis 40,000 Tickets, numbered from I t.i
4u,(MK), iik hisive. On ihe day of the drawing, th
40,000 mi ml- will be put into one wheel, and all
IV priz- nlve the denoiniuuti.si of 91 10 is au
nt lwr: they will thrn be drawn nut alternately, fir
a number and thrn prize, imiil nil the prize arc
1I1 awn. From 1 to 20,000, inclusive, are low ; and
from 20,001 to 4,dl0OO,HicTiUlelBre"firjtir"''TTic'
prizes ol 64 10, to be awarded to the high or low
Uvistwu ill be determined by tliat winch may
draw th -Cipilat -priJCpf ? SJHHV The priau of j
&4 JO will b payable intk kel in tle next acliAwc
nil other prizes navnbm tn cash forty days niter
the dawin;y. AH nriie yjbject to ja-dJuctiH yf j
nneen per rem.
frt ff ttro-tk-keturiU 6e,w Ut-4faJMC.ptac,
cnd'MXY DRAW THREE!
Tickets, Shares, mid Packages, to be Imdj in
the grtwy variety of numbers, at"
( W I kite "R 0 w," 1 0 rT f I o "ito J, )" :
rf S "
All orders from a distance, (post paid) enclosing
the Cash, will be thankfully received and promptly
ittmdcd to, if addressed to - . - .
STEVENSON iV POINTS,
Maaatrt, Salisbury, N.C.
May 17, 131. tdd .
Spring $ Summer Fashions
- 40 IV 1H;V4
HORACE IL BEARD, Tailor,
1) EGS leave to inform his friends, nml the public
in general, that orders in his line will always
be thankfully rjx-cived by him, and executed in the
most Neut, Fashionable, and Durable manner ml
t;rms as roasonablo as airv in this section tf xin-
try. II. ff. B. hups f"or" his long practice of his
busiiioss" (a number of )x-ars of w hich tiiiw lie
ri-tided in the city of i'hihtdelnhia.) and from the
(MiubrtMU rusjiruUiible and. usluouable custoiuerH, to
im rit ami receive a portion ol the patronage ut the
j'liblic iu general. ,
fer ll.i Hatters himself that his CUTTING is
rtihlh imn!r to"nnv 3ne iri tin Rtate, n iniiy
Df thi Pre$iJtnt of ih Vnilri Statu AmricM.,
V'herea, a Ceivnil Convention of Keae, Amity,
Coiiiii) r e, ami Navigation, betwreu the l'nltHJ
8tnie America and the Republic of Chil,
u rotK-lii.ted aiwl aiffned by their I'lenipoteiiiia
net, in tliu rity of Haiitiago, on the nuleeiith
day of May, in the year of our Lord on thou
amid riptit hundred and thirty two ; and Where,
aii an additional and explanatory Convention in
roncluded and i(ped in tlte ame city, by tlit
I'll nipotentiariea of the two portie, on tho firat
day of September, one thouwiMl eight hmulred
ami lluriy three, which Convcntimu are, word
for word, an fotlowt :
Gr'rl Cun inn nf Itarr, 4 miff, 1mmerr 4
mni Iht lltfMtt tif CKilr.
In the Hume of God, Author and Legislator ol
th t'niwr r
'Die United Siatei of Ahieiiea and tin- Repub
lic oft'hik1, clmiriiijj to make firm and lantuig the
lVicixl4iii bin) (..kI Undenitandiii lm h luipjiily
prevail IHwecn both natioiu, have rrsolved to
fix, in 1 uumier clear, distinct, and punitiv, the
rule which nhall in future be relijrioojily observed
lo t ecu the one and the other, bv mcani of a Trea
ty, or General Convention of ttact and Friind
ihip, ComnHTre bimI Navigation.
For tliu inoHt desirnblc object, the Present of
the United Stated t4 America, by and with the ad
vxe and coineiit uf I lie Senate tliereof, bae an
NMnIcd, and conferred full power on John Hmnm,
a ritiwii of Mid State, ana their Cliarife cT Af
fairs near the saiJ Republic ; and UT Excelluncy,
the IVesidcnt of the Keiublic of thilo, baa ap
pointed Si-no iKfaA''' . citizoa wf the
aul llepuUlic. .
And ilie Kiid rienipftentinriea, after having mu
tually prndm ed and exchanged cojiiea of their full
powers, in clue und itroper una, have agreed upuu,
and concluded the following articles, videhcit
ilTK LE I.
Tlierc slinll be a perfect, firm, and inviolable
peace and sincere fnendsliip between tlie United
State of America and tho Republic of Chile, in
all llio cktcul.uf Uuiir poMeaionii and territories,
and bttwecn their people and .citin.repotliTly,
without diaUuclioa of persona and places,
"TtW thliTei tateetif :Amerie and-tbe Reptihlk
ofCliiTe'desinilff To" tive'Tiifleal aiiJ'liariiitW'
with all tho other nations of the earth, by menu
ofji alq?nCculy. rricn.tlc n ith alt, en
Whenever tlie citiM.n of either of tb contrart
ing parties altall be forcd to atek refuge or ay
lum id therivera, baya, porta, or dmiinioni of the
other, with (heir vessel, wnetlwrof us-nhanr or
of war, public or private, through aireM of we-
llmr, uruit of pirti, or rneoiiea, they shall be
received and trusted with humanity, giving to them
all favor and protection for. repairing their shine,
procuring provisions, and placing tliemst lves in
itusti'Ki to continue their voyage without obstacle
or hindrance oi any kiiMl.
a ITH LB VII.
' All I he hips, mr rchandiftc, and effect, belonguig
to the cilizniH of one of the contracting parties,
which may be captured by pirate, whether within
the limits of its jurtsdiriion or j the high seas,
and may be carried or found in the men, roads,
bays, ports, or dominions of the other, shall be de.
Vi tested by the midisputed elegance ol Jit which
itionds garments made in his establishment, lie
!- in the regular receipt of tho Reports of tho Fa
.viiiuui a.s thiy chaugo both iu the largo cities 01
litis cnuntrv and of Europe so that gentlemen
itny-be- satisfied Ihnnh'elf orders wittlitoaya be
Tireetrnd in f he yerr late-etyle. ...-
Ordors frum a distance will be ttttemled to with
V". same punctuality utid care as U the customer
v ere present in person.
Salislmry, -May 17, 1834, ly-
piIK SuWribcr wishes to purchase LIKELY
N I ' i ROES, from ten'to thirty veatt old, and
will pay the most lilrnl prices in Cash.
All w ho have such property to sell wanld do
He can be' found ut Mr. Slausrhter's Hotel, in
ilislmry, and Mr. JoOcs at Dr. Boyd's Hotd,in
Chiiriott'e. . .. t 'v..: ' i
- He thinks it proper to say, that he is not con
.( Ecisxl. i -'loHwieeft-wiitb "Mrr JaiBwTIme W with
any other pernn. , .
All Ijcttors addressed to him, or Mr. Joneg, will
lpunctuall' attended to. ' ;
. 1 ROBERT lim
Viury, Miv 'ii, IfSfc. ; . .tf . ,
gaga, niutuulUy nut -to gtul wny fUelvr fcV4r
to otlier nnlions tn respect to conunerce ami nayi
gat1on; HtHvh TbaU rrot ImmediafeTy become rom
imm to (be other party, w ho shall enjoy the same
frwry, if the concftwon was "freely made, or on
allowKig. tlie aanui coiillUjllsatloi if the Connexion
was 'CowhUonaL, " it is nndemood, however, that
t he . relations. . mid .conventions... that .flow ctist, or
may hereafter exist, brtween the. Uepubhc ijf .Uby
Iu auu the Kepubhc ol .tioli via, tlie federation o)
the Ccutrcof Arucrk'o, the Republic of Colombia,
(he United States of Mexico, the Republic of I'e
rti", or the United Provinees of the R10.de la Pluta,
shall lurin exceptions to this article.
Tlie citizens of this United States of America
may frequent all the coasts and countries of the
Republic of Chile, and reside and trade tliere, id
all sorts of pnxluce, manufactures, and merchati
disc,uud shall pav no other or greater duties, char-
.Jjvs qr fees 5y.ha.t5P.V;rJJiaoi Abe. most . fa vurcd na
tion is or Khali be obliged to pay; and they shall
enjoy all the rights, privileges, and exemptions, in
navigation and commerce, which the most favored
nation does or shall enjoy, submitting themselves,
nevertheless, to the laws, decrees, and usages there
established, and (0 which are submitted tlie cili
2cns and subjects, of tho. juobi iavored nations. - .
In like manner, the citizens of the Republic of
Chile may frequent alt the coasts of the- Ufti'od
Stares of America, and reside and trade there in
disc, and shait pay rotothcr or greater duties, char
ge?, or tecs, wntsrieveYhaTrthermost favored na
tion is br shall bo obliged to pay, and they shall
enjoy all the rights, privileges, and exemptions, in
eommeree and navigation j-svhieb the most fkvored
nation rlnee nr shall enjoy, submitting thctns
up to I lie owner, Ihey proving in due and
proper form tbir rights before the competent tn
bunals; it being well understood, thai tls cbura
shesild be made within the term of otie rear by tlie
parties themselves, their attorneys, or agents of
their respective uovernments.
Wienaiiv veaaul belonging to the citizens of ei
ther of the contracting parties shall be wrecked
fismdered, or suHi-r any damage on the coasts, or
wMhin.tlrT.diHniruon of t lie other, tm re shall be
given to them oil assurance and protection in the
same manner w hich is usual and customary with
the vei l of the Tuition where the damage hap-
petM, permitting them to'unloid the said Venue!, 11
neceairy, of its merchandiMA and efTocts, wilhmil
exacting for it any duty, impoiit, or contribution
whatever, until they may be exported, uiifuss they
be detrtined lor consumption 111 the country.
Tlie citizens of each of the contracting partie
shall have power to dirc of tlieir jiencMial gissls
within the jurwlictton ol the other, by snle, dona
(ion, testamcjiU or otherwise, and llicirje resent
atives, bi-ing citisens of the other party, khall sue
ceed to their said perssial goods, whether by testu
ment or ab xnttitata, and they may take possession
Ihcruul, cilhfct-by.iliciiusiUtia ui .otbet acting Li
tliein, and diaptMS) of the name al their uuL, pamg
such dues only as the inhubitaiits of the country,
wherein the said gsU are, Khali be subject to pay
in like eawst and if, in the esse of mil estate, the
said heirs, would be prevented from entering itil
the rsMwsevsion of the inheritance, on nrcotint of
their character of aliens, there shall be granted to
them the term of lhre years to disjswe of the
mme, as they may think proiier, sisl to withdraw
tho proceeds without molestation, and exempt from
any other charge than those wuicu. iiwv. Iw im
pewed Ly the laws of the eoimrryv ' '"?""' -.
AtTJCir .'- . ' J . 5
ftfmtiTTv togrve tbeif specittTttcjskidsuii tv'Uw 'mhs
sons oik! pnwrty of the ciliwns of eech otlier, of
all occufutibiis,' wuo may le." iu.'lbc'trlai ks aub?
-llWjri?r('f'rr oT fh ofte of t rtflrotfier,
tanstcnt or.dwclhng tUoreinyvavrng open and free
to" them "the tribtiindsof jtifice fir fticlr jiidicial
recourse, on the same terms which arc usual and
eiKomary with thfr natives citizens of the coun
try iu- which they niay be ? for which tbey may
employ irr dclhico of their rigtrts such adrtsrates,
solicitors, notamvH, agents, and fuetors, as they may
j wlg properdin alt dieiriwak.tit. kw; and .mm
cilizons or agents shall have free opportunity to lie
present at thkdcwioiis and sentences, of thc tribu.
rials, in all cases wliich may concern them, and
likewise at the taking of all examinations and evi
dence which may be exhibited iu the said trials.
. .'. ., AKTIC'tE xi.
It is likewise agreed that the most pcrfect'and
entire seurity of eonseienee shall b enjoyed by
the citizens of both the contracting parties.in the
countries subject To the jurisdiction of the ouc and
the other, without their being liable to lie disturlstd
or molested 011 account of their- ndigwusbolief, so
long as they resiect the laws and established usa
ges of the country. Moreover, the bodies of the
Sitizens of one of tho contracting parties, who
my die in the territories of the other, shall be bu
ried in tho usual burying grounds, or in other de
cent or suitable places, and shall bo protected from
violatjon or, disturbance. ---'--"
- -. iBTim in.
It shall be lawful for the citizens of the United
States of America AtitLof the Repubtlo -of Chile
nevertheless, to the laws, dec roes, and usages, there
established, and to which are submitted the citi
zens and subjects of the most favored nations. But
it is understood, tliat this article docs not include
the coasting trado of either -onntry,-,Uie- igukHhatsotmrrnot only dircrty from the places of
tioh oTwliich is reserved by the parties, respect
ively, according to their 6vn sejiiu'alo; laws.
It is likewise agreed that it shall be equally free
for all.merghants, comiflamlers of shijw, and other
citizens of both, countries, to manage, themselves
to the jurisdiction of each other, as welt with re.
spect to the consignment and sale of their goods
and merchandise, by wholesale and retail, as with
respect to the loading, unloading, and sending off
ireaiea as citizens 01 mo country m which incy
the citizens or subjects of tho most favored nations.
tiesshaH be liable to any embargo, nor bo detain
ed with their vessels, cargoes, merchandise, or ef
fects, for any military expedition, nor for any pub
lic or private purpose whatever, without allowing
to thwjiterestedr a sufTiciet,t iridotjinilkatitn. .
and scCTirity, no distinction being mado who are
tho proprietors of the merchandise laden thereon,
from any port to the places of those who how are
or hereafter shall be at enmity with either of the
traclmg prtiesS-lf a
merchandise before mentioned, and to trade with
the same liberty and security from the places, ports,
and havens, of thoso who' are ertemii's of both or
either party, without any opposition or disturbance
the enemv, before mentioned, to neutral places,
another place belonging to an enemy, whether tjiey
be under the jurisdiction of the one power, or un
der several. And it is hereby stipulated ...thnt free
ships shall also give freedom to goods, and that eve-
mg shati tie deemed to be free-wn-emtr
which shall be f wtid on board the ships belonging
to the citizens of either of the contracting parties,
although the whole lading, or any part thereof,
should appertain to the enemies of either, contra
band "goods being' always excepted.5" It : w 'also
agreed, in liko manner, that the same liberty be ex.
priiriple 1 but if either of tha two contracting par
ties slusjbl lie at war with llnrd, and tlie din
neutral, the flag if tlie neutral iluijl cover the pr
perty of enemies wliose uuvefmncut ackiiowlodg
this pnnciple, and hot of other. v
Atrtcia inf. .
It is likewise agreed, that, fat the cse wliere th
neutral nag or one ol the extracting parties sitall
orotort tlie property of the enemies of the other.
by virtue of I be alsive stitiuIatKsi, it shall slway
be uinkrtood that the neutral property f smd on
UnJ such enemy veswU shall be held ami con
sidered as eis-my's property, and as sirh ffmll be
liable to de'tcntwjQ and conhscadoti, except srh pro
perty as was put cm board such vesael before tle
(bTUratioir of war. or even afterward, if it were
disie without the knowledge of it t but the contract
ing parties grert that,luur months having elspwd
after the declaration, their eitifisr shall Dot plead
ignorance thereof. On the eontrar', if tlie llajof
Im neutral does not protect tne enemy property
in that case, the goods and merehandUe of the neu.
tral, embarked in such enemy's ship, shall be free
AITIILI lITi h
This liberty of commerce and navigation shall
exteud to nil kiuJ of aftduutdif,ieepitig those
only ttbico arr msttngmabea by lb uuua a aou
tra band; and under this name of contraband, or pro
hibited gwids shall be comprehended
Jst.. Cannons, mortars, howitzen. witfl. blnn-
derbuiMes, musket, fuzees, rifle, carbines, pistols,
pikes, Nworns, aure, mnces, spears, hslls'M arsl
grciuuW, botoU, fKMsdrMMlerH balK- wnd-all
otlier thine U-loncinir to the use of these srms,
lid. HirKlers, helmets, breast-plBles, coat of
mail, muntrv belts, and clothes made up tn the form
Uht Ux a military use.
iM. L avalry belts, and horse with their funu
4th. And generally all kiuda uf arms sikI instni-
ns-nt of iron, stis-l, brass, and copiier, or of any
other materials manufactured, prepured, and form-
id, tApicJy lu nuke wurJiy. .Km ot land. .
All other merJiaudio and tfiines not eHti
beihUd iu the article U cootruUusI explicitly .euu
nifyi.'i fnd I'litfrtilivd as above, ihull bs lyld aul
cuiisi Jen;d Jia lire, and subjexts uf fjvc and Jawlul
commerce, so that tin y may bo carried and tians-
M)rted in the frc4st manrs r by both tin: contracting
istrlies, even to plnem belonging to an enriny, ex
'cptui" only those places which are at that limo
Is-sicgi d or bbs kinlcil ; mid, to avoid all iloubt in
tin jiarticular, it is dee lared that those places only
are bc-ieeed or l.lockaileil, which are actually at
li k(l bv a ls'llierent force capable of nrevnitinff
lie entry ol tho neutral.
' ABflCtB Xf I.
The'Ttrtu'W of 'cuitra1sA9rh'Iorenumcra'feT
and clinmilMuL wbich may bo fsjnd in a vossui
borif toim enemy's nort.-shall be sulmi to-i.
Iiintioii aud cuiifiicli'tT Joaning fiIis uiL 4i
tlie cargo and the ship, that tlie owners may dis-
rsi of- theiii as tbfy may r proper. - bio yeaael
the litgb sfiu-on axlt
ctei of Contraband, whenever the master, captain,
or miH!rcargo of that vessel will deliver up the ar
ticle of contrubnuid. to tho captor, uulens the
quantify of such articles be' so- great," am of so
arge a bulk, that tlwy t annotiSB-receired on. board
tlx capturing slnp wiilmot greet ineonvenience ;
but tu this end ot all otbor coses of just detwiuan,
the vessel detained shall be sent to !ie nearest con
vcuiunt aud safe port, fur ix'uti and judgment ac
cording to law.
And whereas it frequently happens that vessels
sail for a port or place belonging to an enemy,
without knowing thai ihe same is besieged, block
sded, or invested, it is agreed, that every vesoel
so circuinbtaiiced, iay be turned away from such
port or place, but shall not be detained, nor sliull
any part of her cargo, if not contraband, be confisca
ted, uidoss, after warning of such- blockade or in-
viestment, from any officer commanding a vessel of
le blockading forces, she shull again attempt to
enter; but she shall be permitted to go to any oth
er port or place she shull think proper. Nor shall
any vessel of citjicr, that may have entered into
such port before the same was actually besieged.
blockaded, 'or invested, by tlie other, be restrained
rrorft quitting such place with her cargo, nor if
found therein after the reduction and surrender.
shall sucft yog?rt or her cargo bo liable fo confls.
mo 11 airy vessel nuving mus entered ilie li
fd to go im brd Ilie examining teM f,r tlt
purpoe of exhibiting ber paper, or for any otlif r . . ; t
purjsifsi w buteyer. ' r;.. - , , , , . - , f,".
! ARTICLS III. , ' ,
To avoid all kind of vex.Mi.si sod abtws In tU ,' ' '
examination of tlie pnper ndjting Ui tlniosisT- , '
sliip of I lie ese bt -longing lo the citizens of tho ' '
two contracting parties, tliey have s greed, and do ,
agree, thut, in case one of llmii thad be engaged,
iu war, l lie shisi and vomicIs bcksiging to tho citi
tens of the other Ui'isJ be Rirnishcd with aea-kit-- ,
ter or passMrts, expressing the nsme, prcprrty,
and bulk f the hip, as atso tlie nan-e and jiluca
of habitation tsf ho nvostrr or coinnuuiikr or said " " . 1
tean-l, in order thai it may thereby appear that
tle ship really and truly belongs to tho citizens of -one
of the partie j they bare likewi-o agreed tliat "
such ahliM. beins ladcti. bemdea the aea-lerter o'
passports, hall alw be provbled with certificates '
containing the erve ml particular! of the cargo, and '
the place whciicA the shin sailod. an that 11 ' ' ' ,
be known whether any furbi.lden or contraband , , '
goods be on brd the same 1 which certificalrs t ".
hall bo made out by tlie oflicera of the place from ,
whence the ship sailisj, in tho fcccustoiiHid f .nn I '
withmit rhkh rtMiiKltec wmcriia v bo" J.. T"""' "!
liune.d, tl t djudge.l by lhoiiiiHteiit trilsmnl.
and may be declared legar jn, unbsV'tlie'-Kii'f '.TH""""
defect slikll be proved to bo owing to aiTiA-ut, arid '"
be satisfied or tunplied by lotftimoajr entirely equi-' ;
talcnli"'7"' T-"r7't'"-'-2-r t,'... mm i-'
ctpressed, relative to the tisiiing ais'l examination ,
of res Is, ahaU ppty nnly to thoo which sail Villi- Z
out convoy j and when said ycsMcbrnhiill be u idcr I Vv
couVoy, tho-vetbsi V laralion if the coromaiKlcr' -j' " -
of the convoy, on bis word of hsior, that the ves. , '
sels under bis prs'te'etinn bt kitigjo tho uatits wIhsni
flag he carries 1 and when tliey are bound to an
enemy's port, that, they have 00 contraband goods ;
vn iwni auaikiWjMUKieni---rv ix-r: ;X! ri rstKjr
It is further agreed, that, in all cases the esta. K
blislicd court fir prizn t m, W the country to- " ,
which Ilie prizes trioy bo condur-t.xl, shall alow tuko
CPgiliamr.tt.tif JllfJiu -.iiidjvbuif.vcjod 4 (wuuJ
of ei'hej party ibalL prououiice judgiiRnl eain.'t
any yeu or goojj, (,r property cuumed ly, tlm .
ritizeiM of the otlier party, tho ecnteire or decreo .
shall nK-ntkm the reasons or motives on which' tho !
same shall have been founded, and an authenticated
copy of Jlie sentence or decree, and of all the pro.,
ceedings in the case.shaU, if demanded, bo deliver-
ed to the commandant or agent of mdil vcol, wilh.
out any delay, he paying, tho fcgal fa$ for tho",'
same. ' - ;-- :-
"' -' AtTirt u ix. '- -----
" Whrheyrr 6t of the canfrarfing NtrticVidiatt''"
be engaged in Yrar.Tvith anothrr ftftto. noT.liLa of:
JMTiiricr-xriiitKhJiiig parly hull tTtiit a: cnmnifs.
aiujvorjuictin tnami.turihe purouaef
"!S ,or. f0w!!"SJ,,?'UTljr wjJlt Jhc said wjauy,
against tiiosnud party o4wael under -the painpf
reside, or at least to be placed on a footing willutended to persons whe are on tsmrd a free ship,
wjtli this ctiect, that although tbey be enemies to
Tmth or cither, they are not to be taken out of that
The- rttff en of nertheof the eonifaetinff pse free sTdp-niiles thw im "oflkww or soldier and in
the actuat service oflhe enemies : Provided, how.
ever, 'and it is hereby agreed, that the stipulations
in. this article contained, declaring that the flag
shall cover, the property, shall be understood as
apt dying Jo tho; no new only
w he rcerfgnisc the
icreoi; ana n any vessel nuving
port betre-4li bloekade tookri)keei shall take on
board a cargo after the blockade be established,
she shall be subject to be warned by the hloicka-
ceived tlw said warning, the ressel shall persist in
going out with the cargo, she shall be liable to the
same cousequcnirs n a-vessel attempting to enter
bleckailed port, after being warned oil by the
blockading forces. '
-- ARTICXK XVIII. '-' - - '
Inordw toprovwiUiIL JbiudxoOiderin tlie
visiting and examination of the ships and cargoes
of. both the contracting partics on the high seas,
they liave. agreed, muuiuUylliat. whenever.' vc.
selofwar, public or private,' shall meet with a
If. bv snV fltalilv which eammt kn frrw-tvf kn.1
which God forbid, the two contracting .parties
should be engaged in a war with each ollwr. they-
have agreed, and doegrWiftow for'lhen.lfiat thrm" -
shall be dlowedthe term of six jnonths tlie nrniw
elwnts-residtng' ort the 'r-land'
eacn otner, aao tne term ot one yea .fcHho who "" - -dwell
in the interior, to arrange their business and .
transport their effects wkrevet they please, giving,., . ;
to them-the safe conduct necessary for it. which.
may serve as a sufficient protection untiTthev arT "",TVr
rive at tho designated port. The citizens of all
other occupations -who may bo established in the
territories lof; dominions' of tho" rnitod Slate oT-Tf'- "
America, and of the Republic of Chile, shall be re.
POfted ,ajnd ; nmiiitaitied in Ihtt . full enjoyment of :
their personal liberty and nrooertv. unlnsa
particular conduct shall Cause them to forfeit this '
protection, which? in wnsidmtiori r humanity,"" "T"
the Contracting purtios ffhgagft Id gi them. , '
. ARTICLE. XXIV... ', . ,
Neither the debls tluo fim tho individuals ofv
the one nation, to the individuaU of the other, nor- . ;
shares, not money whkh tbey may have in nublio
funds, nor in public or private Banks, shall ever, i,'-..-.
any event of warwor of iwUonaldiucxcnco, be so-. . . .
qucstratcd or cckifucatcd. " - -
- .. . XRTKXr XXV.: -'-:"- -"".' , "
Both the contractins oartJc
fSwJ'lii H.jairyJa,ltion' to,tiu8i.,wiblifl ,.-
greed, and doBgreeito grant "lo "their envoys, mi- .
nistcrs, and other public agents, the same f; ivnrs,
immunitios, and. exemptions which those of (he
nersioou tiutt wliatever lavors, immunities, Or in i. '
viicgestno United Nates of America or the Repnh.
shall remain at the greatest distance compatible
with making the visit, under the circumstances of
the sea and wind, and the degree of suspicion at
tending the vessel to be visited, and shall send its
Bmallesf boat ''Irr ftrder ;1oli&utl "tho' said cxami
nation of the papers concerning the ownership and
cargo of tlie 'vessel, 'hout causing the least ex
tortion, violence, or ii-freatment, for which the
commanders of the ari d f hips iihall be responsi-.
hie witTt tneir jwrsons arid" property; -tot which
purpose the coiiimandcrs of the said private armed
vessels slmllv liefore-receiving their commissions,
give sufficient security to answer for all damages
they. may commit. And it is expressly nnrced,
that . the neutral party shall, in no case-, bo requi-
Ik of Chile nmyfttid it proper to civo to the mini.
stc and public agents of any other power, sludl,-
uyauc, sama, act, do oxiomled to those of each ot -
10 contracting parties. --..
' T" - : ARTICLE XXVI. , " .
To make more effectual tho protection which ti
nited Staies'orAini'rica'aiiJ the Kcruitillc'off (,!.'
Iwll afHml in future to the navinntion and com-
mcrce of the citizens of ..'each otlior , they agree lo
receive and admit consuls and vice-consuls" in nil
(bTstj tlitf pir1 oien to foreign niniu'riiTw'ao slmll en-
joy in them all the rights, preroratives. arid inimn.
nities, of the consuls and vice-consuls of tlie most
favored nations j each cmlracting party, however,
remaining at liljcrty lo except . those porta and
places in which tho adnii.iMon and ru-idcuco of
such consuls may not seem convenkiit.
' ARTK'LK XXVU.
' In order that the con-uls and vicc-eonimls of the
two font met ing parties niay enjoy the rights, pre.
rogiitives, mid iiintipiiiiie, which belong to tkm, '
by their public cliawcter, they k'iu!!, before" enter
ing o?i the exercise of their functions, exhibit their
commission or patent, in due. form, to the Govern
ment to which they are accredited 5 and, rmvin;r
oblaiiwd their exequatur, they hulLly ! ' ! k