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m tl TIIORITY.
Br 'WMM at Hu Mumtt tie Kiss, daring the nb
nseee T B Bsiraslm J H. . . tarter and Hit M
Wr J K Biai, the MNHW of tbr I ntertor will Mr
aais of o hiu,! orbcr. u tbe Attorney eerl of
AN IKOIPINDHT JOCKAL,
DEVOTED TO HAWAIIAN PROGRESS.
PCBLISHEI. iXD EDITED BY
HENRY It. W BITS E V.
Mb alateetv tar King to apiadnt thr
. lull to br Cbancrllui o! thr Rural
I. vie. Honorable Kliabji H. Aden,
February th. 177.
Baa- . W. Kaaae baa been tMe day afrp Jo led an Agent
a.WWi OnVe ror the tea tag of Acknowledgements
t. la mi I I . fo- tar haand of Molokal
Registrar of Conveyance.
Oaace of tar ltegtexrar of (wirrrin. Frit. a. 177.
J MOTT MITH. alnletrr of the Intartor. (11
Baaracm aw Tjuratcn
- .ol AOCVTS.
irsal.ai on Ur sobtert. thr several
rigdoni alll cause to te
of to Common Schools
of tbr nanir. of ttir
aad natui of tar rtalldrm attending thr aald
A ad tar Mai hrbooi Agents, after giving not lea
dags prrrioa. politic notice thereof, aball bold
tor BatA.rr aa to buf Monday of March of ech
of Ira a. at. aod . p. no. for tlir
of Ui. Ilkstrict bebuol Hoards of their rea-
of tl aald TbU-d M
prrparrd and relumed by thr
ttcboola to thr District ricnoul
. JAR. SMITH, Secretary.
1 1- Ul It
WEDNESDAY. FEBRUARY' 21, 1677.
Thf. article on onr fnnrtri pag'--, narratinp
(tome inciilentR llBjiilMBlBg the "lilue glass
! cure," will prove intercstinjr, even if the Btate
I merits he exa(?crated. Had it lio-eti aipned by
! Bome reliable name, it impr t be considered
i more credible. However, there may be snme
; thing in it, and those who havo the opportunity
to tedt it nieritK, may find some virtue in it.
I The experiment tried on prape vines and other
frrcen-ltonsr; plants is undoubtedly true, as it
has been confirmed too often to allow of doubt.
Why may not the game principles lie applied
successfully to animal life?
- auai Beau i
fin i mmmm . aod car awa
ten shall bras. i. Muwnaui
at U Board
m ta Ukr rknoalrar.
So aa l.abai (harrana, aatborlsr-d by
1U7 af aMt UTll U. ttrrnu) to lakr a-
to Labor Contracts, in reading and ex-
a resjulred by law. will In all caaea
y etamped. explain to
Thry art further loatructrd
abail br cancelled In accordance
1. MOTT rMITII,
Iflnlatrr of tbr Interior.
. urr. on
U I aa atoii BBI au
List of Licenses Expiring Feb
Cart. T B. Hobroo. Hooolalu.
II A- Hinge, caara- r aloe aMd Ricbaid sta., HouolDlu.
tt 4 H i aabllur Naoaiiu at. Honolulu.
IT Ah Bra, ftVc BL . Haaotulu.
at ra U t Iirnau .. Houoialn.
I . lam. I'aalin. Rana. Maul.
7 A Wbla. Bana. Mad.
A Ua Labalna. Maui,
fa T f wTalaa. Walk 1 1. Maai.
- V srniu,. Makawao. kaui.
m AL to war. Kallaa, bona Ha a aH.
IHabartoaa. a Oo., Klna au. Ilooolnln
9 M PkdDbaa Cat-, Kaabamaao at.. Hooolalu.
C B. ikfclf a On . Qatar, pt. HooluM.
t aa SW, Kvacaa at., Hooololo.
W. T. (x-awrr. ,
rt BUC KHOW.
, Rial Tbratrr. Honolulu.
baa brrn madr to thta Ianarttnrnt for Ibe
aar of tbr fol Iva hit Oovrrumrnt Itndi :
Tun baa kalaaiii uf IIiii dblrict of Uilo, by Wru.
GoTT.RjfMF.ST has adopted the plan of pub
lishing all applications for the lease or pur
chase of lands belonging to it, as will be seen by
the list of applications in the official column.
At the same time, no lands applied for will be
leased or sold until all particulars relating to
their location, extent and value arc ascertain
ed. There can be no doubt that a much
larger revenue may be d-rived by the public
treasury, than has heretofore lccn, by carry
ing oat the equitable plan which has been
adopted. In this way only can the extctit
and value of the public lands be ascertained.
If the same system could le applied to the
Crown Lands, it would produce the same re
sults, uiid increase their revenue.
The valuable Sugar Estate on Maui, known
as the Waikapu l'hu.tatio' , changed hands
last week, and will hereafter lie conducted by
a company, consisting of Henry Coniwcll, W.
, H. Cornwell, and Geo. W. Macfurlane, at a
valuation understood to be between 8150,000
and $175,000. It comprises about 10,000
acres of land, including half of the Waikapu
Common, which, with irrigation, can be made
very productive. This estate has cost some
fifteen years labor of the senior partner, who
has brought it to be one of the most profitable
in the group, at an outlay of over 300,000 for
permanent improvements, land purchases,
water rights, etc. The present growing crop,
all of which is to come ofl" during the next
twenty months, is estimated at 1,400 tons of
sugar, worth not far from 5200,000, at present
rates, while the expenses for this period will
not exceed one half that sum. Wo congratu
late the new firm, and wish them all the suc
cess which their enterprise deserves.
the Attorney General, and we have not learn
ed that the police have since been authorized
to allow it ; but no objection has been made
to our knowledge to the landing of passengers
and their baggage, or to sending provisions on
board, on 8anday.
The object, however, of the writer of the
article in question is evident, from the bitter
animns that permits him to indulge in re
flections against missionaries as a body, and,
as we infer from his concluding paragraph,
against all who are averse to the repeal or
amendment of the Sunday law. We do not
know how many professed Christians do or do
not show by their works the faith that is in
them ; bet there are few peace and order loving
members of the community who would not,
with shame and regret, see the repeal of the
Sunday law, or deplore any attempt to excite
distrust in the native or Chinese population
of the influence and efforts of Christian mis
sionaries, of whatever creed they may be.
But there is something still more to lie de
plored in the apparent disrespect to Christi
anity shown by general scoffing at those who,
with whatever mistakes and shortcomings in
cident to human frality, are nevertheless seek
ing to do their Master's work.
bra ..' H"Oai.
I iaa -to-aronv
I i ii af'
!' irt aoui.ut.
! at Krkala. In Puna. Hawaii, by J. W.
. br Dt . Si Ttuaaaaw.
Parki r. land lylnr brlwern Kaohr and
Kal atc () nrr uinum
. Butrbtiiaiii). band of Kariaikl, Kau, 20 yrara,
Koaraano.- tAUbula." Clbalanl." or 'Papaa-
I .r I,, ' I lima a., for r t-ani
adjoiuin hi Laud, by Cbaa. ToOry,
Kau. torrra. byC N Kjk ocim . at 70
rill I ail of Caokra by F. ErAoa. kt S3M-
taar of raBaaloa 1 anil Z. Kihabv.il I and 5, Lauhnla
kauun . Kaaiabiw and Hakoa, f JLi par anoum, by Th
Piiinban- of KaaOaaaao. Hiki. by frtrr Wauakanr, for
Plato. I aad X. Hamakualoa. Maul by Dr. F. IT. Kn
4ara pm jaai at to? rta. por acra. or bin, for 30 years.
I ii 1 Marala.laad of Walaaa.
A, i W. roc... land of Walaloa. Kolan. Maul.
rn ba af gram. Koouut. Maul, by B. B. KalUlmokL'.
J antra at fJ par acra.
Laara lau l . Kola, by Akao. at (10 pri year.
balaicr ol Raman on1.. 0. H. rarkrr.
Foroaadrr. land of Obia. yrara. per an
Oar Oarrramnii half of Kamllolasi, Molnkal,
ay a . i'
la a af Mai nlalan. by J. McOolcaa, al M prr annum.
land U Can nolo. w. M. tUbaon, for f 1, 100.
of band on Scoai.n Road, adjolnlnc thr GandAJ
If. baM acra. aaira ar baa, br H . Srhrrnr. f li.
Purrbaar of land on NuoaaB Road, oppoaltr rrdrnca
ar J. a. Waai. Ml, ama. for H3M. by J. II. Wood.
Parebaar af l.niaaaa. Moanalua. A17 arm by M. W.
linn WaStnn oka. A. Jarrrr. l0u.
I tm m alkfla by KalanlaUl. for at for 10 yean.
FMaif baa at Eulaatabaa Plain. H. M. thr Kinc
Bkja. MS. BB ta Ck IT w BB, C M. tor louo.
. a. Oaoa'. tots Urn. 1M. IM. l". 166. 117,
r :. oi. No. r.v ;. .v-. lor fjoo.
a Paaarr. lot No. ai.
Jonea. low Soa Its. tit, 1. IU. (100
of balance of Mokulrtv ' Kawal
WaaJua -about tPOO rxrraby W.
Ian aad Waabrr ta Koolaapoko,
of l a k. on ajurra jtrr. I. am! tbr old roral bnlldtnr
a- Th. B. Davba. al MM par annum.
by Ctaapai Fylrla, for fCW
Head, by Allm Hrrbrrt
baaaT mat Kaa.ia.
Parrbaar T Eapal
br a A. K. raaaai.
laaar of bat Bo. H aa tbr Fapkinadr. by Wm. WecbL
af ban So. iaa. BB, . . . and !.
Parrtaar f bji So. to, I b Kalaaopalrna. by R. Paalobi.
-af tm ISO. aad 1. ta Calnanaalwai, by Kak
cr tar Lata la Kalaaapalraa. by Kalll. for 50.
af bM la Kalaaopaleaa. by Joua Proawr, for
It may be of interest to note at the present
time the periodicity of the eruptions on
Hawaii. Commencing with the first of which
there is any definite tradition, which occurred
in 17 nil, from the Kilatiea crater, at which
time a company of warriors passing through
I'uua, on their way to fight Kainchaiuclia,
were Bmothered by the hot and poisonous
vapors and clouds of falling sand, there have
been during this period of eighty-eight years,
ten great eruptions, not including the present
one, showing an average of about one every
nine years. The second one was from the
now extinct volcano of Hualalai, at the begin
ning of the present century, being the only
eruption from that mountain of which there is
any record or tradition. It was of extreme
violence, and produced a marked change in
the coast line by the immense volume of lava
which it poured into the sea. The third took
place in 1823 from Kilauea, flooding a large
tract of fertile land in Kau, tha lava stream
being over five miles in width where it en
tered the sea near Kapapala. The fourth
broke out almost simultaneously in the crater
of Kilatiea, and on the summit of Mauna Loa
In the latter locality the lava was discharged
from numerous vents on ever)- side of the
mountain dome, and continued flowing for two
or three weeks.
The fifth eruption was from Kilanea, in
1810, at which time a river of lava flowod
into the sea a short distance south of the vil
lage of Hilo. It lasted for two weeks. In
1843, the sixth in the series took place from
the summit of Mauna Loa, and continued for
four weekp, two streams of lava flowing from
a lateral crater on the north side of the moun
tain toward Kooa and Mauna Kea. The next
eruption occurred in the year 1852, the lava
breaking out of the side of Mauna Loa, and
flowing directly toward Hilo.
The eruption of 1855 was one of the most
remarkable, commencing in the summit crater
of Mauna Loa, and sending forth for thirteen
months a constant river of lava, which flowed
to within six miles of Hilo. The eruption of
1659 was probably the most extensive and
magnificent on record. It commenced from a
new crater on the northern slope of Mauna
Loa, and flawed for a distance of forty miles,
entering the sea near Kawaihae By. It
lasted about four months. The tenth eruption
was that of 1808, nine years ago, and was
remarkable for the number and extreme vio
lence of the earthquake shocks which accom
panied it. These, as well as the famous mud
rliiw and the lava Ron in Kau, are fresh in
the memory of all.
Magnificent Eruption on Mauna Loa !
UBsBrpamed Urilliaacv ia Effect !
Lava Flow Advancing Towards the Coast
On Wednesday evening, the 14 th instant, a
week ago to-day, between nine and teu o'clock,
without any warning, a very energetic erup
tion burat out from near the summit of Mauna
Loa. The mountain top had been enveloped
in hcavv masses of black clouds and smoke
during the preceding afternoon, and at half-
past nine o'clock it cleared away revealing a
brilliant fiery red light on the strata of smoko
overhanging the volcano.
From the dock of the Kilauea, lying at an
chor at Kawaihae, five distinct columns of
fire could be seen belching forth from the
mountain, apparently not from the great sum
mit crater of Mokanweoiceo, but from a smaller
crater situated some miles distant from it,
called Puhiih uhamilri. The sight was a grand
one, as the columns of illuminated smoke
shot up almost instantaneously to an immense
height in the air. Mr. C. J. Lyons writes us
from Waimea that the smoke masses were
ejected to a height of not less that sixteen
thousand feet above the top of the mountain,
where they hung, forming a dense strata of
smoke. The velocity with which they ascend
ed was such that the first five thousand feet
were passed inside of a minute.
It is the general opinion that the stream of
lava is fljwing rapidly down the mountain
side toward Kahuku, in Kau. When last
seen on Thursday it had progressed a number
of miles from the place of its first outbreak,
but did not seem to have reached the woods.
The illumination was so brilliant that all
parts of the island were lighted up, and even
on Maui the reflected glare was so great that
in Waikapu it was aupfioscd that the cane
ficlds and mill-buildings of Makee's planta
tion were on fire. One spectator who has
witnessed a number of eruptions states that he
never saw a more magnificently illumed
smoke-cloud from any previous one.
During Thursday night the light was in
visible, owing to the dense masses of smoke
which enveloped the mountain, but four
slight earthquake shocks were felt in Waimea,
and one is reported from Kohala.
The Editor of the Gazette proceeded to
the scene of the outbreak by steamer Kilauea
on Tuesday evening, and we hope soon to bo
ablo to lay before our readers full particulars.
Wreck or the; "liihini," aad Death
of i 'apiaiu I'liHim.
The ajnnday Law,
raxallb Balaaiaaliiaii, by Maboe. for
f m W- W a Kbit itsaloia by U Kaamana.
tot Xo. t ta Kalnaoralrna. by Lauca. fortlK.
Mini a Xaaaau, by J do Ta-
laa af aratoab. ta raara. at 1 par annum, by tt
W kaaaaatot raraaa
or iraar of (rorernmenl land.
aat aprdfy the area a near aa known.
r aaa poor or
Ex. tbr tlbibaar af Interior,
T. Oruox. Cbtof Clerk.
' IC7 (SI
Ass Til nr abd Hotouli- Packbt. Id
oar of tbr lak Eaffaa atpen an low taelollow-
L Ob the HMi lost Mean Doble and
, fnwa their tbipbolldin' rani at Go-
1 1 Tin aallinc barque of about
bain 4o the order of If raara.
too" Co. ot Glasgow to
saatraaa in Uoyc ' aod Llvarpool rex
The Eaibank t commanded by Captain
Saw. hnaalj ot Jn A Try ton Ire." This reaeeJ at
sea bat! I rxpreaalr for the trade
i Hoaoiala, aad Portland, and war
ioatanl with cargo con-
mtm T T. fatiiB A Co., aod will do early
K aaa. She mi exp -cleat to lean GtBaTO for
tinanfilBialB ta FaberaarT 183a.
to bare aaeVd aa the
A correspondent to the Adrertiser instances
several cases which he regards as violations
of the Sunday law, as that on the steamer's
arrival last week, the streets for several hours
were filled with drays and public conveyances,
that book-stores were open to allow persons
to get their newspapers, that liqaors are sold
habitually at the bar of the Hawaiian Hotel,
that the Editor of this journal conversed with
a prize-fighter and saw his belt ; while the
only case prosecuted was that ol a Chinaman
who was complained of for painting his room.
In view of these things the correspondent is in
duced to indulge in sarcastic flings against
"missionaries who take credit to themselves
for Cfaristainixing these islands," and to style
the informer against the Chinaman as " some
pious, God-fearing man, with that spirit of
the Christian Charity with which persons
here are so familiar." " Must not," he adds,
" the public cry shame on this people and the
laws which they support ?" and he is confi
dent on an "attempt to repeal or amend this
law, a howl of pious indignation wonld be
heard from Hawaii to Niihau."
If any one regards the delivery of mail letters
or newspapers as a violation of the Sunday
law, we r resume that as in any other case, on
his complaint, a prosecution wonld be made.
There has long been a difference of opinion as
to the propriety of allowing through steamers
to take in freight and coals here on Sunday.
It was prohibited in 1874 by orders of
Tbe lookers-out on the Esplanado and
wharves, on last Sunday morning, had their
curiosity very much excited by observing the
"Kilauea" much behind her time, coming into
harbor with her flag at half-mast and towing
a schooner under bare poles. On the arrival
of the steamer at the wharf it was ascertained
that she had in tow the schooner " Iolani,"
which had capsized and been a wreck, and
that bar commander, Captain Powers, was
At the time of the disaster, on the night of
Tuesday, tho 13th instant, she was running
down channel, on her way from Maliko, Maui,
to Honolulu, and was close off tho coast of
Lanai, between the villages of Awalua and
Maunalei, near the western end of the island.
She was running well before the wind with all
sails set, but owing to her position near tho
coast, the captain gave orders to jibe her, ami
the mate, who was steering, suggested that
soil be shortened, as the wind was freshening
and there was a high sea on, and as, further
more, she was running light, with only ballast
on board, and that not secured. But the cap
tain insisted on his order, and he then took
the tiller in hand, and almost immediately
afterwards the vessel went over on her beam
ends, and, as the ballast now shifted and
even rolled on to her deck timbers, she tumb
led badly, and lay almost keel upwards.
The unfortunate captain and crew now
struggled in the water for some time, and,
swimming under the lee of the vessel's hull,
strove to unfasten and launch her boat. But
their struggles were rendered ineffectual bv
-a i a,
the high sea breaching over the hull of the I v
schooner. It was impossible to find a rope's
end or point of a spar to which a man might
cling. The captain's efforts to keep himself
above water were, as stated by the native
survivors of this struggle for life, very na.
mtHbtbm or weak ; and the friends of Captain
Powers say that ho could hardly swim, and
whatever capacity he might have had to keep
himself afloat was hindered by a heavy pea
jacket and boots which he had on, as he
buffeted a furious sea on a chill dark night.
After agonizing efforts for a space of time,
variously reported by the surviving crew to
be from one to two hours, they resolved to
make for the shore, about two miles distant :
and to this conclusion they came the more
readily, on discovering that their captain and
one of their comrades, the cook, a native man, I
had disappeared, and had evidently gone
down. But they had hardly got away from
the wreck when they discovered the boat un
fastened and afloat, and so they got into her
and safely reached the Lanai shore.
The following day, Wednesday, the Mth,
late in the evening, a boat from Molokai, pass
ing near the scene of the disaster and observ
ing the condition of the wreck, her captain
hastened to Lahaina and reported what had
taken place. Mr. Gibson, residing there, on
hearing the news, immediately ordered a boat
with the intention to proceed that night to the
wreck, but subsequently meeting with Mr.
Everett, the Sheriff, who proposed to go, Mr.
G. was induced to delay till morning, when he
started with some wrecking apparatus and
two skilful divers, and taking the Sheriff in
his boat. Prior to the departure of his boat,
Kia Xahaolelua had fitted,out a boat and des
patched her to the wreck, and when Mr. Q.
and the Sheriff arrived they found natives on
the hull of the capsized vessel and bnsily en
gaged in clearing away her sails and running
gear. As she then lay she showed her keel
partly above water, as Mr. G. stood upon it,
with her masts dipping downward at an angle
of about 40 . The wreck seemed evidently
fastened by the bight cf her chain to some
rock or coral on the liottom, and she lay in
about 16 fathoms of water, and about two
miles from the shore. The Sheriff proceeded
to take charge of the wreck, but a' the same
time the work of the wreckers who had pre
viously arrived was continued. They, with
great effort and care and with the assistance
ot tools and the divers brought by Mr. Gibson,
succeeded in clearing away the vessel's whole
suit of sails, with booms, blocks and tackle,
all in good condition, and took them ashore,
and placed them where they could be pre
served with safety. Sheriff Everett now for
bid any further work to be done, and had
not'ees to this effect pluced on the hull of the
vessel, and at points on the shore at Lanai.
It was evident that this capsized and utterly
abandoned vessel could be righted, and Mr.
Gibson was, prepared to do so, but he returned
with the Sheriff that night to Lahaina, whilst
some of his men, along with the first wreck
ers, continued work in endeavoring to right
the schooner. The schooner " Uilama" hove
to near the wreck and picked up the crew of
the " lolani," who had come off from the Lanai
shore in their own boat, and landed them at
Laliainu, where they were clothed aud pro
vided for by the residents of the place.
As the chief owner of the wrecked vessel,
Mr. A. F. Cook, was at the time residing at
Haiku, Maui, a messenger was despatched to
him, and he came ih consequence to Maaluea
to meet the " Kilmiea," which would proceed
near the scene of thd wreck on her way to
Houolulu, and when on board he placed his
interests in the wrecked vessel in the hands
of Captain Marchant to do what he thought
proper in endeavoring to save the " Iolani."
On Saturday, about 10 a.m., the steamer was
alongside the wreck, which lay about 10
miles from Lahaina. The hull was covored
with busy wreckers, who had succeeded with
casks and timliers in raising the vessel so far
that her topmats wero several feet abovo the
water, and it was now, as compared with her
position when tiie Sheriff left, an easy job to
right her by the use of some additional ap
pliances. The wreckers were ordered off,
and yielding to the Biiperior- force of the
steamer, gave way. The " Kilauea" was now
placed alongside the " Iolani," which lay on
her port side. Tackle was make fast to her
spars and she was gradually lifted into posi
tion ; but much of the work could not have
been done, and especially the chain which
held her down, could not have been cleared
away without the help ol the divers and wreck
ers who had first arrived. It was a novel and an
animated sceno as the disabled vessel rose into
position. Groups of nude brown natives
swarmed around in boats and canoes on the
water ; and when the " Iolani" was on an even
keel, there was not a shoni or a cheer from the
assembled crowd, who regarded what was
done, as the interference by officers of a gov-
verniiicnt vessel in n job which they re
garded as theirs, and which they could
have accomplished. The vessel could, as it is
stated, havo been raised before tho arrival of
the steamer, but owing to the sheriff's order
no action was taken ; and that the disabled
vessel did not become an utter wreck, and her
debris scattered along tho shores of Lanai, du
ring the time that elapsed from Thursday when
the sheriff posted up his notice till Saturday
when the " Kilauea" arrived, is simply owing
to tho fact of most unusual calm weather, and
a placid sea. When the Bchooner was righted,
she was baled out ; the steamer making use
for this purpose of the barrels and casks em
ployed by the first wreckers, and when clear,
and her ballast restowed, she was made fast
with a hawser and towed by the steamer. Mr.
H. Swinton and a crew being placed in charge
f l.n- !... A- J I- 1 1
ui ii- i. .ai"iiu a a. in. w uiiBL uuik aim nazy,
ti-hawser parted, and the schooner was adrift,
and as all hands were asleep on tho schooner,
the steamer was separated some distance from
her before she was missed. In a short while
the luckless craft, that had been lost a second
time, was made fast with a nower and a lietter
cable. It was fortunate for the safeiv of the
disabled vessel, that there was no wind nor
Bea to hurt her : hecanso if there had been any
sort of a blew with some swell, whilst sho was
adrift, and no slecrago way on her, the sea
would have breached over her, and in a very
short while havo made it a hard job for tho
men on board to save her or themselves. But
luck and ill luck are curiously blended in tho
fate of this vessel She is quite new, and cap
sizes and loses her, captain on her second trip.
Sho hitches on to a projecting rock, or coral,
and does not go to. pieces on Lanai. She is
raised by the steamer and gets adrift from the
steamer ; and though living on account of the
calm sea, yet sho 'comes tihto port to meet a
storm of law, to bo libelled, and to have a con
test over ber hull oh account of claims of sal-
age. Mr. A. P. Cook owned two thirds of the
shall forthwith be submitted to a commission
composed of fivo senators, five representatives,
and five associate justices of the Supreme Court,
four of whom are designated in the agreement,
and the fifth is to be chosen by theee four from
the remaining associate justices of the Court,
The judgment of this commission as to which
is the truo return and aa to wli..' votes are to
be counted is to be accepted as final unless
overruled by the concurrent votes of both
houses of Congress. The commission is au
thorized to consider the question submitted to
it u with the same powers, if tiny, now posses
sed by the two housed acting separately or
These two provisions constitute the substapce
of the plan. All the other features are mere
ly matters of supplementary detail. The plan
practically, though not so in form, delegates
the whole power of a final decUinn to this com
mission, without any proper limitation as to
the matters of which it shall take cognizance.
Its decision is to stand, unless over-ruled by
both houses of Congress, acting separately.
That is to say, the power to count the votes
claimed to be delegated by the constitution to
the two houses of Congress is by them delega
ted to a third body, under such circumstances
and with such provisions that they will really
have no power to do anything but accept the
decision of the commission. It is absolutely
sure beforehand that they will not agree in re
jecting the decision. This is certainly one way
of putting Congress into a strait-jacket in the
exercise of powers claimed to be delegated to
it by the Constitution. We do not seo any
warrant in that instrument for the creation of
such a commission or the delegation of power
assumed to be possessed by Congress itself.
If the commission were merely to report an
opinion on the subject, the case would be dif
ferent. This, however, is not tho fact, since
its opinion is to stand as the law of the case,
unless both houses reject it. Neither house,
not knowing what the decision is to be, would
for a moment pledge itself to accept it if it
were not understood beforehand that neither
house alone can reject it without being guil
ty of bad faith. The two houses simply bind
themselves by mutual agreement, each hoping
to win and each taking the chance of losing.
Tho best thing that can be said for the plan
consists in the fact that it is a temporary and
extraordinary expedient to get Congress and
tho country out of a tight and possibly a dan
gerous place, rendered necessary not by any
essential difficulty in the problem to lie solved,
but by i In- conflict of opinion between the two
Houses of Congress and among the people as
to the result ot the last Presidential election.
This is tho whole and only argument for the
measure. It is, in itself considered, a strong
argument. We feel its force, nisi presume
that with tho majority of the people it will be
sufficient. But for what seems to be the neces
sity of the situation, neither houso of Congress
and neither political party would for a moment
accept Ihu measure. The acceptance is simply
u choice of evils, and if the evil chosen were
to become a precedent to furnish a temptation
to similar complications in the future, and
1 1 1 1 1 - mako an occasion to repeat the remedy,
we should bo of opinion that the greater evil
had been chosen, in the event that Congress
adopts the plan. It is possible to pay too
high a price for a present good. The warning
is a most significant ono ; and earnestly it is
to bo hoped that, before another Presidential
election, the Constitution will be so altered os
to supersede the necessity of resorting to any
extra-constitutional plans in order to ascer
tain who has been elected to tho Presidency
or to secure an orderly and peaceful accept
ancc of the result by the people. New York
For Portland, Oregon.
THE FAST RAIIJlie BARKESTINS
i& Jane A. Falkinburg,
III RRlkT, Xaatar.
Will have Quick Dispatch for above Port
For freteht and paMaarr applr to
Ut C A-rrt.K St fOOKF.. AtrnU.
MARCH A XT, I I I I
March Mb MonaAr. IPX .
March ljth. Monday. 4PM.
March luih. Mon.lar, . p M
March 3Sth. Momlar. 1PM.
On all Windward Tripe the steamer wUl leave her wharf
at Bl all triDa a Kauai, will leave at 4 V a. un nown
trlna Itir steamer will nut leave K.iwnlliae N'fure 10 a. V
Makena aa per miller on up trip, Maalaea Bay not hefore
7 a.m. Any rhanjrr from the above will be advertised.
aar So Credit Par Paaaage Maury. -m
Tlrketa at Ihr oeBrr null.
No herth will ba conaJdered aa taken until poldfcr. Hot
rraponslbtr fur unmarked Bassaaw or any FreLcht or Par
cels tlnleaa receipted ror.
Freight Money Dae on Demand.
Bar An elTort will he made to have the steamer reach
Honolulu on tha evenlne; of the Name day she learea Muni
SAM 1 EL O. WII.DKK. Afent.
OrBce with Wilder A Co.. corner of Fort it tjueen streela
FOR KOLOA & OTHER PORTS ON KAUAI
K A M A I L E
KIBLIXG. HASTE at-
will have rpgulmr ilL-jpatrb for Kauai, an above, until
further notice, " Freight ant Paaaenft-ra Uko at th
LOWEST I. IT EH.
BO LI. EH A CO.. AffrnU.
P. This TMeVvl ha Just been thnmtiKhir repair-d
newi-yropperefl, ana pal In In perfect oraer.
BOSTON AND HONOLULU PACKET LINE!
JffL C. Brewer 4 Co. -Agents. tf
SaV Farorablt arranKementH can always bj JaVaUaC
mad fur utorae and shipment ot Oil, Bn, Wool, Hide, and
itthar tfarcbaarilae to New Badford. Boaton, New Tork and
ithrrKajtern Port. ttT Cash Advance- mad.
5W-ly C RRRWIR A CO
DISPATCH LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
C. Brewer dt Co. Agents.
Merchandise received Storage Free and
liberal cash adTAace. made on ahlpmentt U r h la tin.
The Hawaiian Hotel
IiTINCII It O O I
Under Iha maiiaarairnt or It. VOX OEHt.HAFFEX.
A I.I. IJKI.it IKH KHOWS TO THE AVE
constantly kept on ham!, ami served to aurpaaa Ihr
past, arreft the pt eae.it. and stereotype the lulur ffilar.
an -. I to idiilafy tbe epicure In his wilrjrst ilreains. Wed
dings, laiiners, and all other prtcite and public Orders
alll ba executed 111 my usunl elerated strle.
t 1m a. VON OKIII.IIAFFK.N. .Manager.
C. BREWER & CO.
Offer lor Sale to Arrire,
FEB AMERICAN SHIP C0BLNQA
Si pri mi; -orarr or t mb Hawaii bb.
LASIXI. I probate latbsaaeraf lb. abfca
Mr. J oat tee xteCally.
On rradin and ft. to, tba Petit, Mary F. Paaaaaf
Honolotn, allralnff thai A LrwwM.rMaaaaaa.awa
intra rate at sew, on tta Utb day of febraarr a. D. IK:,
and praylac tbat Letters mt AaaiabaaaBar. bjaaa Ma.
tllASIt I iNIKK
It bordered, that WEDNESDAY, tbe Jlalaay I
A. D. 17. ha and her.hi la appointed ar oaaraaj
til kin h-fora Ihr saM Jtaabw ka tbe t'ann Baaaj
i-mir. at llora.la:u. at wnwb tiai aad Haaa aB I
rofeerecd may appear aad rana . a aar tbey bare.
why dfcl pe'ttkai should m-t he (raalrd. and IBat
order ba publlalied in ttaa K. Uab le ;aa ftir 'krr aar.
cwatre areata In tbe Hawattaa Osama aawipsp I m
Hated at Iloaoltilo. II. I . Mb Feb nary. A l-HCT.
LAWKBJh B Mr CUT.
Attest: Jtaa ml tbe BBJBBM raaaf.
Jao. B. U..al . i era
W. O. 8am. Ata raey rbr rsslttia ir. MB M
M l IK''!' it cor
J Circuit of the II
J I BUT si
arr Terie. A. 1". 1STT.
laal fur Dieorre, a WablaekbU. k . I llt.ee.
I. tha abore entitled Hoe I Far eUvurre. if a aaw aiilawd
that a decree uf illroire from tbe bead aa araadaaeay b
enured Hi Dtror . f tbe said X lb. Jtabl WaiaSaal . I lb.
raaae of the adaltery ..f tbe aaas Wialaetbl. ta ba Ml
absolute after 'lie esplrallta cf T asiarsa ftaaa dae daw
nftiiLs drrre. utain com pi iaa cr ailb
unlesa siiflldenl canar shall arprar 10 the e latrarr
And the llbellcjit u ardrrsat b. paa-aa aa atasatea eaar
of that order In th- iMnniaail ilaarttr aad Kaohoaoewa,
Ciera, for Ms .11. , -cadre weeks. lb. Bras pabHratw a
within one month fnim tbe Jala at this i.rrtrr. that ,j
poisons Interested may. wtthlo da
alt saui drcrrr ah. old not ba made I
Dated at NaoiUwiU. KaaaU tbks fib dap mt I
A. D. 1IT7.
By tha Court : PBAIsK KINDT.
cbjrk Ctrmrt Ocwrt k JadkdM rtseadt.
V kwtt.iwii.i. Kaaal. Frbraary 7. 1
I herrbr r-ttly thai tbe tohf at a tnae aad I
copy of tha irbnnal 'Irrree la Ibe shore eabUaat raaae
Bow oa ta In tha Clara's OdVa of the rin ab caart.
Foortb Judicial clrcall. PKA S Bl a IrT.
SJ2 st t irri Clrcoil Coarl oh Jo
arsiRci i r
Circuit f tbe Haw. II
ITU Jt nis TAL
1 01 rt. ran
ar j Term, A. O. 1S77. Bahanaaa (bj. 1
aim ' w 1. u bat we.
In the aboee entitled libel fcr Jleaere, I a
thai a decree uf divorce from lbs hoad af mn
rulrrrd In fkvor of tbe said Kabalrauu at tbr
adultery of tbe aai.1 llarh.r Kobe eaaa. a- ba made abaa
late after tbe expttatkM af use aeoolbe from iaa data as
this decree, up. 11 euo pllajirr with Ibe b rasa tberead. aa.
less surra tent cauae snail appear ta tbe Lea lias J .
And tbr lllMllaot la ordered k publub aa itteaaed nay
ol tbla urder la Ibe Government toatctt" aod Kaakaaa
taprr.fr ds surensdvr weeks, tke Bras I
be within ,ae toontb from ike date of :lda order.
pel ami interested may, allium tts aaalaa, aWw raaae
why said decree .boa d not be made abeotete.
Dated at .tawlilwill. Kaaal. tbla 7a day af Bllai.,
A. D. 1S77.
By the Court: rHA.tK BIXDT.
Clerk ctrrsrtl ream ttk fada aa. ; -.ret.
Nswimwili. Kaaal. r.braary 7. 77.
I herehr certify 'hat tbe f .rreoirui fes a trwe aad
cop. of the original decree a ibe abrve entitled r
bow on die la tke t Irrk s OflV.a of tbrClaealttVasl. I
Judklal Clrcalt. Mtm niMl
oJ- si Clrrfc t lrcult Court 4th Jadebal t
X THE I IKI I IT HU RT Of THE rol
Al Judk-ud 1 ir. nit. Kaaal, sa : Frbraary Term
i77 Sfoeanaoia,. Ubeluuil r..r IKrorce va Ma
In tha above sntilled libel for divorce it to t
that a drcrrr of divorce from tbr hof d of 1
entered In favor of tha said n.aoao w af tba t
th,- ailultary and wllira: .lrs. rt r iLraud Ha
to to- made ehaolutr after thr
from the daw of tbla decree, apoa i-oe.pluue wltb tba
terms thereor. unless sufficient ,-auae shall appear to tba
And the llhellant Is ordered to punliah an arteated ran
of tbla order In the tlaaatta and If 11 a im 11 a aspna. !
da sucvrsslve warka, tbe Brat pah albas la ka auha aaa
moiitb rrom th. data of tu.a ordrr
rated may. wiiliin oa mootna. show cauMfe why a
ibould not hr Bjaaaj abaolote.
I).lr.lt Wawiliwlll. baual. the 7tk .bar of
A. u. 1S77.
By the nun FKA.TK BI5DT. Ck.
siaiusiu, Kaaal, fi ki aaij T. "
I brehy 1 ertlfv that Ibe fore.aaa La a troe aad SaMkfal
copy of '.mi' oriainal drcrre In ihr above routlad raaas.
' on tlir In Ihr t irrk s ulBce of the 1 Irrult oart of tba
Konrih Jhaaabji i:ircmt. Kit in I HIMfyf.
W St Clerk t'trruit Court, ith MB
SI PKESlE CUI RT
Till, imikksm; Mil H VIN(i I II IS hat
berit appuiiitml Adniinistratorni the Kntnteof MAKY
II BUl'W.N', of llllo, Hawaii, deveaa.d, this Ii to civ. no
tice that all perssinn liuvinir claimi ajrainst aald Esratir are
rr-qumted to preftent the wnje lu the nndersiKned within
six month. f the date of thf drat pobllratlon of this w.
1 1 or ihcy will be foreverbarrtrd i and ail Indebted in aald
EUiaie are requested to make Immediate pajinent to the
AdmliilHtrator i.LTHKU 3KVKRANCK,
Admlniitrator nf tbe JLSUte of Mary II Brown.
Hilo February tU. 177. 63- im
Hi: I IIKKNU. i; 111 II WI.N(. BKEX AP-
lH)INrKH ibis ilay by tho Hon. A. F..rnani!er. (1r-
cult Judge. Maul, Administrator of tbe Utate of the late
Frederick Wttlcb, ol Walluku, Mau:. hereby given notice
that all persons harlna cUlma affalnst said estate are re
quentesi to present the saiwe to tbe nndaMlgned within six
months ftm the diate of thf flrnt pu)liraLlon of tula notice,
Adminbitrador pro tern., in the llawiillan (Jaxette of Janu.
ary -d, 1877, aald six months expiring on the id day of
July, I -77, or tbey will be forever barred ; and all persons
Indebted to atid eatate are requested to pay Uie atnouiita
owing without delay to IIENKY W. U A.N IK 1,1,
Admiiiistraitor In f.ct of tbe Kotote of F. Welch, deceaaed.
Walluku, Maid, Feb. , 1-77. Ml it
Dissolution of Co-partnership.
rriHF 'ol'AHT.KKMIIP IIKKFTOFORE
1 existing between CHAg SYLVA tt CO., of Wlluku.
Island uf Maul, and known u the Arm cf ivi.fct - .
General Ltealers. Is this day dlsnolved by n.utuai cotiaent.
All cutatandlng acconata will be collected and ail llabilitlra
assumed by A. bl?OS dt CO., who c-mluue ti.e buvnets at
the old i in Walluku, where they will L happy to
serve their old c:istomers aa usual with an aMortmeut of
Choice Oooda. CHAHL4 hYLVA,
AOC8TINE KStOA fc CO-
Walluku. Maul. Febniary I, u;7. Ul 4t
Dissolution of Go-Partnership,
THE t'O-PAnTVliBAHIP OF D. tiVi:,H
COMPANY Is this day dlasolvett by mutual u
sent. Mr. T. K. Hikii wUl pay all bUia .a.iiat tbe
iirtu, and collect all buiataudlng accoanis.
D. FOSTEIt & CO.
T. B- FTISTEK A CO. will enntlnne tbe Basi
neas of tbe late firm of l1. Foster dt Co., at tba
Old Miand. tin hand. Oak I1an, Tar, Pitch,
Oakum, Yellow Metal. Composition Nails. Hplkea, Ac.
Agents for gcuuonera Marlon. Ji nny, Prlnee, Annie, and
alauuokawal. All It
" Iolani," and tha other third was owned by
Gapt. Powers. She cost about $6,000 and is
insured for t?4,000.
Since writing the' above, we understand that
Mr. Mr". M. Qibson wbo was about to commence
suit for salvage as against underwriters, has,
on being apprised tbat his pursuit would be
against sufferers in a misfortune, waived bis
claim and foregone any demand whatever for
actual services rendered in the saving of prop
erty of the " Iolani." Mr. Kia Nahaolelua a
joint claimant in tbe suit baa accepted a com
promise of 3250.
Tbe Electoral Coaatalsaloa.
The gist of the proposed agreement between
tbe two houses of Congress in respect to the
next counting of the electoral votes is found in
two provisions. Tbe first declares that " no
electoral vote or votes from any state from
which but one return has been received shall
be rejected except by the affirmative vote of
the two bouses." The second provision de
clares " that if mora than one return or paper
purporting to be a return from a state shall
have been received by the President of the
Senate, purporting to be the certificates of
electoral votes" cast at the recent Presidential
election, then all the returns and papers con
nected therewith, having been opened and read
in tbe presence of the two houses of Congress,
Gentlemen intending to Build
OB si a K I AltDITlOX. AI.TEBATHIXH,
or repairs, will lud It to tbelr Inlcreat to consult
with tbe undersigned, who will snpply deslcns, combtiilnf
Convenience and Kc ,nntuy. with sultahla Architectural
Embelllstitnent, and aunrranteed estimate, of Coat.
B. OAKLEY. International HoUL
Skilled workmeo In aU department sent to an part of
tha Islands. 7l- m
Iron Water Wheel for Sale.
AKUPAtrrCREI) BY THE leIIs. I V
ITS Glass iw The wheal bio perfect order, aod almost
aesr ; Is 34 feet in diameter bjr 3 teet on tbe face. Tbera
arc two spare section, of side plates of hornets belonging
to it. 101 further particulars, terras, dtc . apply to
Dr. J, WIGHT, Kohala. Hawaii.
m Or to I. T. WATEBHOVdB, Honolulu.
KIVITII L SI HI K PEBFI MKBT. IHr.ANrj
in i. ink. Jockey club, and other prrfames, ToBet
Vinegar of world-wide celebrity, Toile: Water, lAVendar
Water, Florida Water, Eao de Cologue, Lime Juice and
Giycerlue for tha Hair. Glycerine, Hooey. Wlodaor and
other soaps. Violet aod Rice Powder. AqoadeoUne for
the Teeth, Ac. at, strand, ii', Kegeat Rtreet, and :i,
Comblll,' Uoodon. Sold by all Perfumers abd Cbemisu.
Meglsteied Irade mark an beraidrlc rose. a2a-ly
ra-tlIK .sGK.1T FUR THE BRITISH For-
B elan Marina Insnrsnce Company, (Limited), lias ta.
reived In.tractioris to r.dnce the rat., of In.orsnca
belaaen Hvaolaiu sod Ports in lbs Paclfte, and is now pre
pared to Issue Pollclaa at Ike lowest rata, with a special
rrducti.'O oo freight per steassera.
THEO. H. DA VIE?,
ly Agent Brit. For. Bar. In.. Co.. Limited.
Now is the Time.
SI BS RIBK FOR IM.IFOItsjIA FA.
PKs, coramrnclng wltb the new year.
Weekly Aits lallforota 14.00
" Chronicle , AOS
n Ballai la am
Bam Weekly -wc ' Colon a 00
These are tha rates only when prepaid for one year.
When bills are sen t. on dollar additional Is charged on
each paper. (tT7-lmy H. tt. WHJrSEY.
Due In Murvh next, the LatrKest ami
Most Complfte Assortment,
Ever lrn ported Into tiii Country, coosiatlnf lu part ol
Stettin CotU, H'-l Omk Casks, forty J)ons escti,
CumlM.ru.nd Coal, 30 ft Kxtra lloibered WUdUe Boats,
trltrh. Tar, Knain, Tuirpentlae. Varnish, Litueed Oil,
Minerat Paint, Lanip Black, rutty, UkJ. Puiaoo,
A CHOICE SELECTION OF GROCERIES
Namely: Corn Htarcll, Clams. Lemon Hyrup,
Ureen Peas, tomato s.etcbup, Mackerel, Potted afaata,
idOtMters, Tunutoaa, Muaaga Uaat, UrUis,
(','! i VI r. Ureen Corn, LA LKOIX UBA.SU ;
White Cube ttuf.tr, MocK Turtlv A Tumato doupa.
Barrels sod Caaea Salt. Family Pvrk, la iwrre.-t ,
Sperm Candles, Mtuon'i Blacking,
Gold Laf Tobacco,
Ox Bows. IX, 1 , and 2 Inches;
A Choice Assortment of FIRE WORKS
Conslstlna; of Rncliets, Beacolaa and Koman Candle.
An Invoice of Cut Nails. W to 40 ; Oars, Axe Handles.
Ho Handlea, Hand Carts, llithta.nl heary ;
CultlTators, tUde HU1 Plowa,
Iarls Plows !
Leather Belting, six Inches: Falrhank's Bealea,
Hnnt's Hatebeta. axe and shingling. AXES.
4d Rlrets, Bal.Utt MrUI. Hemp Twine,
Rnbber Pack'tig, 1-16 Inch: Hemp Parking. Bolder,
Fly Robber Hose, If Inch, mr garden na;
4 IIARI IIAI. IRIt.siN. Maia Ckdlara.
Brass WlreRleves, Ceotnfngal Linings, Orlmlstones,
Bunga, Ilirch utid t'orn Brooms, Zluc Wash Tsnards.
Maynard A Noye's Ink , Yellow Metal A Mbrathlng
Kew Bedford Cordage, S threads to 4J4 lo : Whale Urr
An Invoice of Refined Iron, assorted sises; Norway
A VERY CHOICE SELECTTOJJ OF
Consisting o". Rolling Top oBlce lanks.
Black Walnat w.-lrobes. Library Cases, fterrtartes.
Asb and Black Wilsni Sldrooarda,
Ash and Black Walnot Wal-hsands,
Ash and Black Walnot CH'.SBER BETH,
Ladles' Black Walnot Desks,
Ladles' A (Jentletnan's Raay A Rocking ''halra
Foldingchair.. FnliUor Tables.
Painted Cbarober Meta. Usdiatloo of cbeatnut and oak ;
Black Curled Hair, an asst. ot Illnolng A Office Cbai, s ,
A Well Selected Lot of Dry Goods :
Cotadatlng of. Rmwn A Blevhcd cotton bee ring
ChlbU Pen ales. Cardinal Robui, HamlUon Prints,
Pearl River and Hay Makers' Denims
Ticking Amoskrag Shirting, Brown Flannel,
Blue Drilling. Overall.. Denim Pants and Jumpers
Plaid Hhlrls, Palm Leaf lists, Lawrence Dock,
Ifoa I In 10 to
Raven's ditto. Ttottrm Twins,
too Caaea Pratt's Kerosene Oil.
MO 'Ases Downer's Kerosene OB. Bates WmtBU.
Aih Plank, .Nesia Trunks. Oakna.
JSA8TEBH KEG and BARBE . SHOOKS t
Hoop iron. If. "i , l. Ii4 mch ; Caoatle Soda, Palm oil.
The Largest Assortment of Carriages
1 Jiimiii Carryall. J Eslenslon Top caorlotca,
I Canopy Top BaSKet Phaetons. I Caffra Wsgon
1 Spring Brownell Wagon. 1 pny PhatoO.
1 AUpreas Wsg.ai, 1 park Pbaelon,
THRU OF THOeiB JUSTLY
Celebrated Wood's Organs
Anjisst. of Beady Made Clotluug
from the lions, of sfsasrs. 1 Fro no A Co,
AO inrolea of HcMarray'a Frtah oysters.
A foil asst. of knowlc's Patent B team pumps, Soa Jul
All of the Above Merchandiae
CAB BKIfg CARKFtJlXT
SELECTED EXPRESSLY for His Market
Purchased for Cash, and will be sold at Vary Low
Rata, naoo reasonable time or a LIBERAL
DI3COUXT for Cash
C BREWER dr CO.
and of )kl,u. Ha
n tne matter o: 'h- Will ,.f illkTHI DM
tllUjasjK. Uotber faaevkir va tba Csarasaa
of tba raarred Itrams I. llooclu a. aboaa
km) was Mara -l-.ae.ba. daraaaad. Osdsl
e for Protatte of WUl. aad iMrrcUag paaV
puraortlng lo be tba baa II aad Tsssa
ilr D.,uilnlqiirOr.rgr,sl.,tbrraaiperk.rf tha
t id tba eassarasd Mas lasnd Urates
btae naaae 1 1. Relkrbai I sa Mara Joaepaa.
ng on the Itrh da mt Ki liair. A. IX lair.
I ta said Probate Cuart, aad a laudawaa
tereof. sod tba laabiais mt Lettera Tab
islands, ss :
f the .-later.
name in Itelii
cation of not
Convent of u
in il,.i. ,u. u. I
the pr ibate I
mrntary to Marlr Hn-ssirr, who a kaowb a ,
der the name of Judilh. Wmg tsern Ited by Mar
aocsinanti . 1 1 is Oereoy uriterrl. that Taarasl
day of March. A. I lsT7, si i o'ebark A. M. saTa
the I ourt Ktaiin of said Coort, al AlBneani lliaia
lulu, be. and the sanie la hereby appointed lbs tlsae ar
proving said will .nd hearing add .ppllraifcw wbaa aad
wke-re any peraoa Intrrraled may ip . i aad eaaHat tba
said Will, ami Ibe granung of letter. Tsaa.tee.tary.
It la further ordered, that note there f W gIVra by
nioiiiain.il tor mrer suci-eaalve wee.a a
(lasetle. a newspaper printed ami published In H.
anil ii is rurtber tiruereil. Tbat i-lrallnsa ha dated te aa
subscribing wltnaaaea to mU WUL aad w tbe heirs of tba
testatrix in Honolulu to appear at tbe Mate saaaaisd.
Dated Uotiolu a. fl. I , Febraary Kia. Ian.
iSsgned.) CHAM. C. HARRIS.
COier Ju.l-r of lor -
Atlrst: Js.i. b. H, ,,.,.. tlrra.
r S , I l-i
CI It I I II I Ol Rr Of THE MIIBTU Jt.
UICIA1. CIKCITT of the kaasssn laSaads.
aausj. te rrhrtiary Trm, .V V. igTT.
ktUHoe (wi, U be da iu ar LI via re. ra. larks
In the above entitled libel for dlvnrrw. It hi
tost a orcrrr eg divoecr rrom tbr boo.l f ri ill aa
eoterrd In bror of thr said Malrka M.sua.,tr. mt lb. eaasa
or adultery of the ssid Makaaate. M ba ass. akaalsia aa
Ibe expiration of six months from the date of tbkt 4rrree.
pun imiipianr. will, tne I
i-.ua. vuafl a,pear b tbr
And thr I ihr 1 1 ,,,t a ordered to
or this order In tbe tb,vernmrnt Oaartte aad g aa. as
nrwspapers, for slg aacreabv. wevka, tba tlrsl pah
Hcallon lo he within one month reran I he data of aa
order, tbat all parauna luterreteO Buy. sltlda ala r I.
day af TUlaalj
Dated at XawUlalU, I
A. D. 1S77.
BytheCxirt. FBABK BI.tTrr.
Clerk ctrrult roan tin Jadseial (trraJS.
w.wiliwiu Kauai. Fkbraaiy T. MBT.
I hereby certify that tha fore, dag a trae ad asBMbJ
copy of the original decree a tbe an. ratified no
now oa tlleln tta I Irrk s.Hne. of ;h. I Irruli i ,. Faanb
Judicial Circuit. Ik iSli HWlrr.
' as t i.-rs t irv-uit I oort Ilr Judical Cli
WS23Z "t,T- umiai.
.w.i.r. a. ruuiiuuaa ai, i meuee.
In the above entitled libel Ibr divorce It Ml
that s drcrrr of 'Uvorcr trum tba banl al mm.
ntrrril lo favor ,,r tbr said M.lr l'nh.m..a,, -a- .
af tbe s.lailery of tba saM Publmokn u, be a, ads akas.
Inle after the expiration of sU BKtetba fraaa tba aw of
Una ilacree. upon complUnc with tbe terse taaaaaf. aa-
a ,"7"CS" t. the oaastrary
of this onler In the lovernmeat i iteUaaaaTKa
papei., tor SIX successive weeks. Ihr 9f
or wiain one muolb from H.e date nf tow a. dec. tbat art
... .i . asaaska, .tea -
why said drcrrr sbi.uld rod br made abaalas.
uatni at .-sawumui, Kaaal, tbla 71b day af Fabraary,
A. D. IS7T.
By tba Court
Clark Circuit Coort lib a
i a JAWn.ltu. Ksr-.i. Frbraary rta. tt77
I hrrrhv certify that tba furegr laf la b trae aaa twtbfai
copy of tbe original decrre a taw shove nailsd saaaa
now oo file ui tba Clara's i af ibe CMsnaM Inn,
Fourth Judicial clrcalt. FBAB K BIMDT
51 l Clerk Clrcall Court 4ta Jadarkai i m-rlL
TM srrRcBK rui ar ar tmk ma-
"allan I. Ism'.. January Term. nlTT.
.ainrrine vt arrrn. IJkgBajl
Ubelle.. Ltbel for lit
Tilradav. January lath 1.77
On the bissrlng of Ibe above Libel Bar Hi
, '-a . aacrev or 'livorce fro
mstrlniony he entrrrd In ravor at .a.
Warren, ror the caoae of wufal gas) ata aaaarOaa aw
tbet.rni of three . r.rs of ta add Tbaaaaa W. Waas-..
-. oi una aecrrr. upo
And tba l.thellant la ordered a
ueiu ui is. iiawalua Oaaatte aad K a
tan.,, r... .1 ,. . . 7
. . - - nr. n . iaa arax sswestea te ba i
within oi.e ann from the itii, f rasa aeaTr ,7tT
all P-rw,, lnu.rr.ted may wll JSlJSf
By ardar ot tba Court.
ma. E RAPSARD
As witness -ny hand and
IhialUd day of January, a
mm aaaaar te irj alaf
b aa sttr-.ted ease
TSO. E. BABjsTABO.
TEtr ciDnsitiiM ornmn mm
VTCKBlo th- wwsJl n ' 'araa!
andrd rH -
Jtb Cacd Brown Eao.. - "
Fnuta Pr-parad by the AMaa
-. For a. try
aoujca a oo.
Tboa Tbaeustt.) wkare I. VtTi l?"mm J " '
win laAtMu. mmmLZtilii ErtaaT