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ESTABLTSHED1865. ."VESDAY, JUN1865
NEWBERRY. S. C., T EDY UE 2 2, 1847 C - K15 RA
FIMM SE13ZINO AND PINKU%8O1IN
If t Hit limw Ia g rt f 21 it i in
[Special to Tho Stato.]
Charleston, Juno 19.---Judge
Sillionton issued an order this after
1)0oon teiporarily restraining a).1 en
joi ( ig the d ispensary constables from
int(irfering in any way with the
imaintonanco and conduct of tho es
tabliihjent of J. S. Pinkussohn, at
209 King street.
The injunction wias issuod at the
ilstanco of M. J. N. Nathans, the
legal reprosontative of W. G. Mooro
of Now York and his agent, Mr. J.
'S. Pinkussohn. As will be sooni bo
low it is of Che omnibus order. Tho
injunction omipliatically waris the
constables to kceop their hands off of
lignor, wines and beers, whic0f,
Moor-o may tiond into Cto Sase6
higned to Pilikiissohn. Ali(re is no
ilsuindorttiti.flgr its torms, for it is
e:orfOCl.ly )lainl in all its provisions.
'.'he - entiro constabulary forco is
affected and aill other offictrs.who
iay claim to act under the disponl
sary law and attompt to inteiofre
Nwith the lignor.
The injunction wits issued uponl
the filing of a lenIgt'hiy bill of Com-.
.1 laint. The bill among oiler things
1,1ates that (e Compllililits havo
r b eady bee1 dam1agOd by constab
iulary intorierenco to the extenit of
.,00. ThOey aver that they are
now. threateled with diinages to tho
-111iount of $10,000. by the silizuro of
I hmir liquor and the restraints upon
The bill rt -,itos the facts relativo
tt the nrrival of the liquor inl the
city and the oponling of the vstab
lishlieit Ind the receit constabli
1ary interferenc' With whiech the
lipole of the Stato are familiar.
The bill concludes with a prayer
for a temporary injmiction and a
ulo to show cause, why tl injunl
t ion should not, bv permanent, both
f which order.; were granted by the
J*l.dge Sillio(ton has fixed il
29h instnilit at 11 i. im., ats the dato
for the hearing of the rilo to sio)w
It will be seen from thIte inijunct ion
that not only are the conlstables oi
.joined fron interorini with the
liuor at aniy plice, but they are
'orbiddenl to exercise any of Chir
ligod prerogat ives at any timo
sive SN day. TIhiis means that they
canift Ynfor'co the closinig of Mr.
Pinkusisohni's doors at sunset, ais
IIhey claim they~ have th(le autNh ority
The in,junctdion will niot hbo in the
natur110,of a surprise, as it wa. ox.
loe4ed. II liapponed howvever, to
b)e issued ai few darys (earlier thian was
looked for ini consequuence of Judge
Simont n' ririvl ini the city sooner~
t han wasi e'xpected.
Theio federal court's inijiunet'ion pro
feets Pinkussohni's liquor uiow sto ad
inI the city rand what liquor is niow
en route here fromi seizuire, dtet(ioni
or con fiscationi.
As far as thiis, thei situaion a ONs re
gards the "oiginail packago" estah..
I ishmunlnt: is haged; hunt boeond,
ma;tetrs aire ini a statu quofi. lBy lie
formi s of .1 nIdge Bot's jiuiction,
Mri. Pinikuissohin caunnoet dispo)so of
any) f his ligntor.
.i ,speaking of thle case Mrf1. J. N.
Ni ans, Jr., satid to- day t hint (lie
or~ Nr simply protets Mr.. Pin
-i$sbhn bt thie solnuioi of the
ironbles will have to b)e heard inI both1
(lie federal and( St ate courts.4
'roWINsEND PNaOPOsi:o A ia:AL.
The assistant attorney geuneral re
turned to Columbia lnaIt afternoon,
liut he will lie here againi an Mon
(day, as he and At.torney Goeniral
*larbor will have to appear ini the
Agricultural huhl enso before Judboge
It' is understood that beCforC Jud(ge
Thownusond left here for Columnbia, lie
enilled' uplon Mr. Pinknssohin and1( re
equesieted himn to conduct hi-i establ
l ish imen t a'u a Staito dlispensaayi ~. IHo
pr'oposod thi at. Mr. Pinkussohn should
soll his liquors to all purchasorf. as
h .had 1dMonl doing, -but tait h
w*I keep a strict account of all
Mtich sales. If tho caso went against
the Stito thon Mr. Pinkusshoii would
consultod With his attorney, Mr.
Nathans, in the matter, but probiably
actinvg on the princilpo that the
Grooks should be feared bearing
gifts, the suggestion of the assistant
Attorney gonoral was rofuisod.
The injunction is as follows:
It is now ordered and docrood that.
[i writ of tomporary injunction be
mwarded aid do issuo out of this
:.otirt. commanding, onjoining and ro
3training the defendants, W. N.
B3ahr, C. F. Glovor, W. Livingston,
3. Duncan, J. J. Browning, W. J.
ineider, E. 0. B3akor aind J. E.
*cott, claiming to Ite. as Stato con
itablos under acts of general assom
>ly'of South Carolina of March 6t,
1'96, and March 7, .1897, otherwise
miown as tho dispensary law, from
mizing or attoiting to seizo inl
ranisit, or after arrival or otherwise
--riyhg away or coniscating or do
nliningr. any of tho liquor, wines,
Joer ili-orted or sent into the State
>f South Caroliia ill original pack
Iges by tho complaiilit, thereon to
wit, W. G. Mrooro, or from hindorinr
mnd proventing tho Comlinanlt
rroi further importing aind seidingi
ito tlle Stato of South Carolina
or such sale and storing and waro
lousing anld solling it, iny timo and
p)hleo except Sunidays, in original
ackages its imported into the Stato
A South Carolina, any litquors,
iviles and boor, products of other
itates belonlging to Complainulnt as
iforesaid for lawful use and Coi
mml)tion of the citizens of the State
)f South Carolimia, and from seizing
inywhere within the State of Soul h
,arolina any of such liquors, Wineos,
oor ats iforesaid inl originl jck
iges Is imported into the State of
ioith Carolina by the complainant
o the citizens and residents of South
"arolina for their lawful use and
o01fnisip1tion, anld commanding and
mjoining all said defenldant-s from
nterfering with or hindeing and
roventing- the complainant Or illy
>f his agents or servants in any way
Nhatsoevor from carrying Oil inior
ato Comierce an(d intercoiurse ats
iforesaid, in such liquors, winles an(]
Ier 1a.s aforesai(d with the citizens
mnd residents of the State of South
larolina is assured to thom and tle
..onm)lainailint iaby the laws ind Coin
ititution of the United States or in
binderig and1( prleveniting in any
svay any person, citizen or resident
>f the State of SouthI Carolina from
~mgaging in such tradol and1( inter
sourse withI thme compI)llaiat, or froi
ioldinig, possessinrg uIsing( or con
minig thle si a liquors, wines and1(
Joer sent, into the State of South
Jarolina by thle comnplainianit or iml
)orted anid rold ini originail paIckages
ni the Stato of, oulth Caro0l lia by 1.ho(
sompillaIinanlt to the citizens nad resi
lonts of t1he Staito of South Carolina.
Th'lat. the sail defendants be and
.hey are hoereb)y required to show
mauso if an v ther cani belforo mioon thle
20)th day of Junte, 1897, at the
Wnited States court house in Char
l'ston' att I I ai. m0., why the said do
endats should not be enjo)ined and
'est raiined as~ prayed for in thn bill of
~omplaiint herom .
Let 'oIpy of t his order bie forthIi
vith serv(l upjon all deCfandantIVs h oe-o
CrIAs. 11. SiMOrroxe.
Ci rculit. J uge.
19th June, 1897.
M\r. Pinkussohn- received a visit
~arly thiis piorn ing from Const ables
3rownaing, W. J. Sniyder, i"i R liak
ir and Sco'tt, whod woro* airmied withI
ho1 authority to take an iniventtory of
lis stock. W by3 a sicoIi 3 inventory
hould1( h)o tatken is a maitter of som11
mirp)risodi11( (111es1 ion, hut it is pro
sible that the fir st inivenitory wasll
-arolo-ssly muado and1( cannlot he( relied
Pinklussolj n recei ved a large con
~igniiment of li<quors this afternoon,
lie greater portion of them being in
)ottle CpIroperily3 stamped and1111 reiady
JUDE TOWNREND DENIES IT.
To the Editor of Trh Stato:
I notico your correspondont, from
Charleston mays I called upon Mr.
Pinkussohin aind requested hii to
conduct ain Pstabliislimont its a Stato
dispeusary. This re)ort, no nittor
from whonco it omanated, is falso,
as I saw Mr. Pinkussohn only at
the proliminary examination in the
offico of Magistrato Rouso uand did
bot go about his place of busino'As.
Noither did I authorizo anly person
to miakco -such it proposal, or any
proposition of any kind to him.
C. P. TowNsE'N .
Johnson's Chill and Pe
ver Tonic is a ONE-DAY
Cure. It cures the most
stubborn case of Fever in
T1 I. CI C1.AIATIoN Vl* IN 1 E'.N 1)ENCF
SAVED iBY A WOMAN.
li ain historical itrticlo recallinlg
the destruction of our National capi
tal by the 13ritish forces inl 1814,
Cliffoid Ilqrwarl in tho July Ladies' ]
.1om1o Journial will show that Dolly
Madison, the most boloved ainld popt
ular woman of her day; was coura -
goons aind fearless in the -face of
graVo danog'. In1 tho Imlad "tAilpedo
from Washington, that pvrceod the
invision by the Britkh troops Dolly 1
Madison was the last to sook safohv
il flight, aind hor final aet hoforo
quitting the Wv hNito Hlouse, as tho
V1eemy advanced, was to seizo tho
Declaration of Independenico and
carry it with her to a place of safety.
As the White House wis imniediato
ly afterward looted and burned by
the British, Mr. Howtrd doolares
that but, for brave Dolly Miadiso(I the
prieless pareluieit wold have booln
TE' PIUNCE OF W,1-ALEs A' SuORT ItANol-.
George W. Sialloy wvill contribue
an article oi "Trhio Personal Side of
the Priiceo of Wiales" to the duly
Ladies' IoIiomo Joutrnal. It is said
that Me. Smalley gives Ia 1111i(Iinely in.
estin,g closing view of the Prince.
toichnig in detail upon his great por
sioludll popilar-ity in En,'Igland, and tho
reasons. t hierefor, for his love of sports
his pastiimes his sociil duties ild di
Versionls, and Showiig hii an alT'oet
ionato son, a devotol husband, a lov
ing father and brother.
TnE GRtEATEST NATION ON EAHI'l. t
"'The value of timber yearly eut in
the United Stats is doublo that of
tho ol pit of all our mines"; "On1u.
thir d of the popultit oin of this c ounli
try aire chuiirch imembiers''; "I.t costs
e088 very mtinto during the I
y'ear to run our (Govermntont";'
"Uncle Sami's farms conist iitt on0
lifthI of the National wealth'"; ''Near
ly ono - bal fo t he 8,000,000,000 lett ers
makinrg upi t ho world's annual mail,
belong to the United States.'' Trhese
are biut inrst ances of the thlouusanids of I
wonderful facts about every phase of
tho life andio progress of our counttry,
from an il lust rated article on '"The
G reatest Nation on Earth,'' by W ii-<
liami GJeorge (Gordoni to appiear in the 1
Jutly uinuer ot The Ladies' H ome
Jo unl. 'iTe art.ie pictur'es, in a
novel way, .Amerioa's vast area, lher
martcloss reOsourices, b ountd less
ando shows how tihe UnI]itedi St ats 05
leads the world.
Why ta'ke Johnso~n's
Chili & Fever Tonic?
Because it cures the
most stuibbrn~ case
of Fover i ONE D)A .
ChI: e Clin Ila the, 1'Ineei.
I.1rom i the (Green vi lie News.]J
Thei city of Charittlestn pii roposes
to inlv it.o thle Unai ted Coinfedorate I
Votterans,i of the South to mee(t ini
ion should1( he aicceiptedl. Charles
ton blunm dored ini niot extend(1ing th li
inv' ita ti to thle meetinrg ini IRichi
mioiid last JIune, but that is nio roa
son) why thle blunder1101 should be re
peit.ed. The meietinig in Chiarlostion
would b)e worth IL great deal1 to Char
leston anid th li vhiolo of Southi Caro
linat would share ini the pleasuIre of
ANNEXATION OF HAWAIIAS
(iEENIC AIL Oi'INION Tiv Till, A,sNN.x
ATION OFT1iF iIAIM AllAN IS
L,AND)S AVIIA, HE MA DE IN
Trila NE'Alt FUTUREti.
low tlt) 8411titet sitisI -Tho Preitdve%l,
s141 aI NI4'4M1gO t, I ii S-'1tto W it iI tis
Treaty Vatv.,rng the Aismextallim,.
amid 'rtcticailly.Urgiaig 41 '(ittill
val lon o' the Trenty--Secre.
tary Shecruana Akrm Ie
poi,rt to Prestaent.
\Vatihington, Juno 17.---it. is an
1ounced today that. thlr tre fifty
-ovell sollators Who Can be countud
18 cortain to voto for the ratilication
>f tho 1aaiian annoxition treaty.
I'his is just tiro less than th ro
iuisito two-thirds. Therm are olovel
>thor sonators who aro undocided as
.) how they shall voto. Thoro are
avoit.y onte Holiators l>pposed to the
reaty.. Those in favor of annloxat ion
Aldrich, Allon, Allison, Bakor,
13urrows, Cann1on, Carter, Chandler,
1l1rk, Cullom, Davis, I Deboe, Elkins,
-'airbaniks, Voritkr, Frye, Gallinger.
il, Hoitseld, I Hoar, Jones (Novada)
Kyple, Lodge, McBride, MftMillan,
411itle, Alltson, Mlorga), Morrill,
1olson, ilors, 1rins, Pottus,
'ri ter, P) J.roctor, Q111ay, Rawlisi,
ioach, Sowell, Shollp, Spooner,
itowart, Tollor, 'l'11ston , Tur,
urpieWa, , Wellington, \ot
nr1101, Wilson, Wolcot lit, Plt (Conl
veticut), Platt, (New York), lale,
hmna, HAransbur, itawley. Nki'1(rV
h'loso wN'lo are ulndveid rei ro:
BAofile, Daniel, ('ormlan, Kvlniy,
'arris(Kanlsa1s), M[l] u11111i, Alaelory
Arti, itchlell, Mu11rphy, Smith.
Those whko are opposo(I totlhevrati
iention of the treaty ar: -o
Balitcon, 3atof orr yiv, Caffery,
thihll, Clay, Cockrelil, l,1111r,
o 1,11 ary, 1arris (Tonnlsse),
Jones (rass,Lnsy eCey
\Mill, Pasco, Pettigrow, TillnumII,
Vist, Waulthal, Whitl.
'.his is tho resulh of cilrfull Ca
aIls of Mihl sonlato. The1 ad(vocalte-s of
111uoxationl aro cotidolnt. of fllthir
Ibilit-y to smr it, Iast I broo morio
'oes anld 0hu1s bring(r aboill, the( I2ati
lcation of tho troaty. lolm of tiho
1nators who are nion-commitae ar
htelinod to favor annextion, but
vant to lihar arguments on both
idos eforo finally deciding. Othol
,ro iOlnlin1od to opposo thet) troaty, buit
boy. aro opoln to conviction, if its
ii)lorterois callil)rinigfoi-ifard( conyvine
nq arglil ts.
ThfllCow::t lol te 14 ful tto
1h11 mess.11g1 sont1 t the senaito of
ritdnt McKto inleye ato accompany1104
hel trllwaiia te iitv:t i18)11(1IIe
"Tol)tdhISentoiit1of the Unit taes
I'ii c1)oniiliol flheiof A. f advriice I
mdll I ios1etl ay 21 b l)yxeid byi
hat body nI 1111 re eit t ann)xation
)ftlnite t t ait'sd Ithi.un fail
1>y theI)plenipotlnytilre sigof bothr par
irs'othey- t of Junesii, (ilistant,1114
he subjecil t'I lrmsi, in ad iion2(, ah
''hillt ofith srally ofil)uie state,
>ilyO rteiewing1) the Bglljti
.~vricha ed t.o t i's'ipoIrtantf ro.it
inn (liCslands 1 3'h bad oi tic ofiva
4ttes andrat th o HawaiinZ inds
rt00ooimleinl(g forever anyill pm-pose o
ann0xiifg tho islands or exortinl
[I protectorate over them.
OFFE: IN 1851.
"In 1851 tho vesion of the 11w
iian kingdom to the United Statel
,vas formally offered and althougl
lot thon accotd, this government
rOClaimod its duty to preilservo liikt
ho honored dignity of the Unif'
taltes atd the safety of the gov
%rin0nt, of tho Hawaiian islands
lroim this timun ntil the outbreak o
he war in 1861 the policy of tht
United St.tes toward Hawaii and 01
lho lawaiian sovereigni towards thit
Jfit ed States was exempi ilied by con
inued negotiationsi for a remrvo
mmircil uiimon. Tho latter altor
lttivo wias at leIngth accomplished b\
he roeiprocity treaty of 18~-', th(
Irovisiolns of which were renowell
id oxpandde by tho convention 01
1881, embracing the porpottnl1 cess
on to tho United States of the hil.
>or of earl river in the Island ol
)ahin11. 1 in 1,888 a proposal for tlt
oint, guaranty of the noutrality o1
Io Hawaiian islands by tho Unlitil
I at.:, Gorimiany and Great Britaiu
vias doclinled oil the atm11otme1cC
Pround that, the relation of thi
T,it.ed Stites to the i NVli was sufi,
ioNit, for the (ld in view. .11 In fio
rom 1820 to 189-1, t lie course of t It(
Jnited States toward thll 1awaiial
slands Couist tlI y favored autoito
nous welfare with the exlhision o
il foreign iuileineo Flavo ouri. own)
otho oxtollt. of lipholding mi (1ven1
ill annexat ioll as tho neoessary out,
'nit' of thiat policy.
"Not only is tho imnion of tho lUa
vaiin ropulblic to the Um te State:
im new selmonlo but it. ii tho ilovi.
aboconlsequolnco o" Cho rolattionl
toalf':stly imaintaiied with lciid
nid-pacific domin for throo-quartor
A a cenltury. Its accomplisiimn
lospito successivo donials anld post,
onements has been iimroly a tIs
,ion of time. Whilo its failurn if
1893 imay not.n*bo i tcaluse of eongratu
atioll, it is coriiliNY at proof, of th<
I imi It Ierested IIess of t he U I it s
itlites, tCh dilay of foiur. years hav
ng aulilindilitly sumliced to establisl
ho right, and ability of th relibli<
)f I lawaii to eiter as a soverimi con
ractor. uponl 'a convolntionl with th(
llited Stitos, thus realizing a pur
>oso hold by the Hafwaiial peoph
Lild poclaime b M uccessive Haw
tihll governments through Som
oventy years of thleir virtua11l depenld
nOC upon0 thit eioovolent prot ect
oin of the United States.
0N1.v A c~oNNsUTt1MATIoN.
"W\ithl the IUitedi Stat-es, untdei
uchl ci rcumiistanciies annenOX tioni is n10
chaniuge; it is a coinsnniat ion.
''Th1 rep ort from the Secret ary o)
1 ate exihiit.s thle chrnieter an
tourse of thet piresen't negofiiation ani
lho features of the treatty iftself
l'hto organiic and1( admlinist.rativo (1o
ii s of inlcorporat 11 ioare InecessarilI
oft, to the wisdomi of the congress
mdt I cannmot doubt1, wheni thle funie
jolt of the coinstituitionial treafy imak
og power shtall halve been1 aic(com
>lishiId th duty of the nat.ionl1 leg
slat.ulre iniI it casO will be0 p erforml
wd with a la rgo regard for the wel.
arne of the Iinhaitanifilts thereof.
"' l'xecutiv VM.h anion1.
sl11EltIMAN 's it:EPowT.
Accompa nyinug the message h
lhe pre'siden't wase a report fromt See
'otary1.3 of Stato Shii(Ianll gi vinug a his
ory (of the niegotautionts leainiig I
hie presen0t ftreatfy, and1( ai di scussiol
jf treat ios in generalI of airgmn11ent o
Aimng oftheir tings the re'poI
'"The ablrupjt revoluit tinary mlove'
nieit hiad brought abuit thei de
birouemrenit of t lie laute rineen set ni
nistond o tf ihe hetr(,foforeu iut tlar monIl
I rchy, a1)(~ poisioliail g~over 1n1n1rot fo
bhe conitrol and1 manliiagemen lt. (If publii
affiris anid thie pro'(tec(tioni of thie pub
lic peace, sutch go)venment(i to coni
I iinut i owe'r (only till such hego
Liutjins wvit h~ iho Unmted St attos shiouih
have~ beenwuigeed nnon11 Tlhu selr
IIOIIOtVd, its l)OIIOtoI elaiim for .it
r onivly a (1t tacfto OXstonvo unmil tie
purpose of ann1mxiat.ionl inl which it
took Iiso should ho aion Ilp islied,"
voisiipati'i sIgirt Ia Watxhllgt onl, by Which,
if IitiaIti , thn IM1in111114 Itektiee it
v'ari or I I Te ril ry of thk4s
U allt. tId 8tatte..
Waitshing'rton, une.1Im 17.-The fol
lowi ng is t o full toxt of the II awni
inn tiratty sent to tho seialtv yistor
Tlhe Utitod States of Aierica anld
tih ltcpublic of I lawaii, inl view of
th Ilitualld dopolndenlce of the liiaI
iianl isliands upon the United Sttps,
of (Iieir geographical proxinity h Iero
to, of the prlopontdlrait. shiar-v acquir.
ed by tho United Statos and its citi.
zvIs ink tho inldistrios and tradt of
said islands, and of tlie vXpresed
doirev of th i overiunieit of I le Re
public of I lwiaii t hat t hoso islands
shlould ho lillcolpo-Iltod) ill(o (1lio
-United hStatles as. anl integral pa rt,
thereof, a'I unlider its sovoreignty,
halvo determIllinled to accomplish by
I-teaty nlil objoct so IIlport ant, to
their m1uttual i111 perItmiit welfare.
.'o this mid tho cointcting par.
tit's halve confrrel-d full powors and
iuthority llpoll tlii. respel-tivly ap
pointed plenipotent ianes, (o wit:
Ile president of the nlitodC Stles;
John Sliilianl, secretiriy of Stato Of
thel( Unitved S.itaths; flhe prIesidont. (df
thet( lztepublic of Ilawaii; I-Inoeis
Marlch Iltell, irin A. TitIrston t and
William A. Kinnoy.
Artiel(, 1. Th'le Repuiblie of lifa
waii hoCreby codes 1blut1ly 111-n,
withouit. resvv to tho I'nited(tte
of Amorien all rights of soveroigilty
of whitsovor kiid in ad ovCvi Ihlo
lawiian ishfinds ond thi depl.
dencies; ilt(] it is aigreed thait all ter
ritory of and ipieitalkililng to the
lopublic ot llawaii is hereby fitl
nexod to th Univ,t Statis of Amie
ica unider the iiime of flte TorriIoi.y
Article 11. Thli Rvipubliv Of I ht
waii also vod-ts tift lielly tratisfrs
to the litdito StatVt.s tho itsollh. fe
and owierslhip of all lblic or' crown
lands, holdoigs mr vdificevs, pords,
har11bor-S, militar-y equpipmnts 11nd( all
othelr phlic property of every kiid
itd doescriptiorl belonging toi tie
goveriinieit Of 11he lllawitiia i ilIs,
together wit i- very righ ual appmr.
tomlinlco thlor-olito apporl-tinling.'
' Te existing havs of Ihle linitedC
Stats relative to public lanids sluill
niot apphly to1 Sneth landCs in te liia
wiianL is'lnds; but11 thle conign.ts of
theo Uniited Stattes shaull ena,ict speialiu
law~s for t.hir numatig(eent iandt dis
positin, prided:ti'C Thimd itll rC'venue(
froui or procttds1 of tihe sornt'. ox cep t
as51 regitrils such 1'art th ereto f its nuriiy
beh used or' occupied for the civil, miil.
States, or may be assignied for the
use of the loeni1 goveritniiit, sliallI be
used3( solely for the bonllt (of the1( in.
haitadfrifs (If fthe Iliawaiiani islitri1s
A"irIide II I. Uii con0! grtess shalli
miilitariy p)owers' e'xt'rcisedl by ft' tof
iis oif t' exist ing' gove'rmnitet in~
sid islitawls shill bet vt'ste ('ini such
personI or' petrsonis, miiit sihllit b x
erised(!C ini such malsnnher isfI' th Jrt'si
don'(t oif th' Uniitt'd States shaiill tie
lill vacit'isi' so ocwcasione'd.
Theii existing I reiiti's (If ft' lIawa
Fiiani islanls withI theii fort''in nations
be'ing rtlicted by~ Such irent is as
irmy~ 'Xi -1. or as may lit hitreatftter
miiil sneh(l fore'igni inat ioiis. Tl~ipm
nicipatl legislattion of thle llauwaiiani
islands not enedfrth flil
andnotinconsistt with this I rten
ty,inor'co' rty o I ih con11st it ut ioni
-'f I ih initd MaClestii ', shall ir'maiin in
-force uint il 11he confgress5 of thle LUiit
- iint.i I lwrslateno shall1 IIt ho i aed
iin(iding the United Stater cutoms
laws and regulationti to tlio I1wit
iian islaids, tho existig cuitonmi ro
lations of ithe Ha1waiiin islanlids with
the United States anll( other coun
tries shaill remlaii unchangod.
Articlo IV. --Tho public dobt of
the 169piblie of 1awaii, lawfully Ox.
istilg at. tho (1ato of the exchingo of
the ratificationti of thiH treaty, in
cluding tho allouits duo to doposi.
tors in the lIilwaiianl Postal Savings
bank, is ieroby assuitied by the gov
er-Imilnt of tile Unite d States; but
the liability of the United States in
thi rOgard 8111111 ll 110 Oca exceed
s I,o0oo. So long, however, a1s
th oxist ing governmenv11t anld present
CoiMOrciil i olat io-is of the I fawaiian
islands aro continueld, as. hor1vilin
fore provided, sitid government shall
continuio to, pay the interest oil suid
Atielo V.- Thoro shall he no fur
ther innmigrat'lon of (.hilese into
tho Ifilwaiiain islands, oxcl.pA uponl
Much conditions its airo ntow or maiy
iereftor be kllowed by the laws or
the United Statos, and to cllnmm,
by relsonl of anytihing g herein con
taild, will bo Ililowed to eliter thm
Vilied I),littes froill the l[awaiian is
Artici VL. The presidout shall
alppo)int fivoemlitilissioneors, aitlas
two of whom 1 may bo resideits of
thel Hafiwaiianl ishais, Who shafll, am
So11 111s r101sonubly pralot icable, r14W
nd to conir V 8es11h1 logislation
concerIl thirritory of I lawaii tvi
theoy shallll nieis,uary andl prop
Art ielo \ I.-This t.reaty shl!01 be
rIttitilI by tNho presieint of the Unit
ed Stntes, by nt with th ie advice
Ill( conlsollt, of (Ili- S1na1tv, Oil (toe
olI' pard, mdt by Owe prvesident of thio
i% 'publil (Io .11waii, by anild with
tIe advicN ni vonset-a of the son
ah" in i11ninel with thn cons,ita.
tionk of theit Said IN,eImbliv, onl tho
othe-r, anld thei ra1tificnIGn1, thoreo)f
ats sool ais plossiiblv.
ri witlne,s whur(of thw resipetivit
p tInipotenljtirieS haILVO Signli'd th11
abo rd ii-les 1 tal hav hho iv lit Ilf
( -l 014 ir .+ . .
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s hnlgoiay o
.hme,10 on14 i'hous-u111gh(hlare
Iti ie y Y-smvon.
ineis .arch itch (ead)
1t ,rio A. Thur1111.,t()ni ( lt' l d).
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To Pet ii I10 I(xplatIertit Ol.l at'e
faofepoi ii s keptiIl linitH till vcint
of13' the i Chriton tIcotton8 itll Vto
guard~ agains' an1 attack b thf whi)t
destitute.11'1)hIy have issu) e:1 1 il unii tl
publ1 ~ih itl. Teml epehv