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ntm AT. ALU VST . ll'S.
By ta arriT U nt tA V- ;- Urrrm ta ra I". A.
ill.Aaaas A '. , we la. ca-a-r-.:al ari.1 olIl-T atrwa up .(
tri lXIa if ta.-a aaxatta. ( ron iua r r.( tar lMta ri.p
-Uae Ti mvH h mntin"! nnJ oar bit
wkl t"- -aa-a of &Oaai kf HaWAiiAa, au awi'llc.
its Tl- mrM Kaa ml -pa-ei um;i tlae post week.
Hawaiian t-afcas ta i)u'll a loje f To.
IIiM-Tm m4ik( frnuiu ael. ?ikv-a vf !. Call- I
f rui 4rr. H.ai a-xl.un, at l'jW-'lV-; 1,U1 al
: t r.
1 a a.L The mark -I ra'-- f rm al tt.;r fa ft",, i
Wmi-TUr Iu taeia n4 m( -f iur-r-t Iran.fwre-I in j
this wasa-kef rwr oiir lul a a, : y rvw. rral- rakir ira-
a tii btr t 1 W uir aa j Ixat uuiil tiae rprn a ci.i '
aa (.-aaJ oat ui J-'lj'iil wrscatiiu ar- lik-lr lo be rflecl-il.
Ow.lHj k I'M inuk'l rinaatrta k t'. a b tt r aiaa-AiV
aae eawaiml at U-aat-m. ajxA large av-a ara rriwrtol at full '
pcaraa. W af.snae the raoaaiu! rst'-s aa JU l.ippint- :
ra.a. a)-;jc, I'M latter pr-- I eir f ui -rr),
.i-c -wc m. :
By ttve arrival of th ata-aah!p yitmk an TsmiUj Ut, !
we base rec J -i the f..iiwiiia; frirfn ll-st Aarkfcand dates :
sH a ABsUas been a-.dvr iinplaf. ami the atorka have
B, U 0W. bare 4a lea fro, Ku f ranrlara v the .
atkfe Inat. Th deauaikl (jT ieUinl frulo; eootiauea (mI. but J
1 irca renoa-n acaftaxized.
TV! bark Canwf aniled (ur Itia f-ort Au l'Ua.
ka( will be Ijaatl belw.
Vrr-roai. B. A(t liih. The bark Itrlawirt )
towed ap U M ly Co mill, at R'lrrarl lutet, M.iUy
Buiuus(, b.f atae will bad lumbrr ( ll-aUala.
t Ta Hawaiian JtrLc arr4ie4d K. Wnral. arrived tUia
Bvi(Bin " troaa aea," Ut li caska .p. "k, MiMier, reuru i
Oo JoJf 2'Sa, on Lia.au. k J1! KccL 11 28 .N. L'r. 173.44 1
( W. or E. f) iiiacoeret a wreck. thicJi (roTil to Le that of :
ia North Geraaa) hrlt H'4rrrr. TV; nwl waa nearly
brnkco op, lb inaata atiU atal i. were (aitui oo the
alaad, ba( no aifoa nf tunia tile.
PORT OF nOIJOLULU, II. I.
chr Netii Merr-.!). Crane. from Lahaina. Maci.
rit ihJp fieorre Ttnampaoo, Maepttard, day
fnaaa Neweaakle, ? n W.
24 aVkr Mary Ellen. Jim. front Wainee. Maai.
U (-! r 1alauM, llaiaekl. from Kona at Kan, HawaiL
!rht Active. IL'po. U'JUt Kotaala, llawad.
tV- br Warwick, Jonn UuU, Inn Pak.aa. Motokai.
iA Mar Kafaaiwm, McOrcaor. it am Kaaai.
'.V kr laabelia, peter, itau MaUko, Maul.
24 . aa ahip (imr Green. 14 d. ffen a-.t. Franeiero.
XT kr Hatlar, Mka. froao Waiiraea at Knl'. Kauai.
7Aat llmr Mebeaaka, I llardu.at. IS d4y frooi Aatk
loavl. 29 Am aimr Olyioput, C N TWn, daya from Pan
da An aehr C M Ward. Varlauwi, 21J day frsx How-
HO eVhr Ka Mm, tai, frora Kababai. klauf. '
rtebr Priocw. Weat, frim Kona ami Kau, flaaaai.
.TO Jhr Fairy itren. Kaaina. from llaualei, Kauaal.
3iV Sehr Pauahi. Reynolda. from Kaonakakai. Molnk't
31 rVtirieaay,Laabert.tron WaaaiA Kotos, KaaaJ.
-n.- k - tvm it Alien, rviwiier- ie Tai.iti. ii i
81 Vtr Ka Mol. Davis, U Kaha'.ui. Maui.
. 24 8r.br Fairy Qui a. Kiaina, t llauaaaai. sUoai.
emr KiUaira, Mdinfvt, for Maul aud liawaai.
2U ebr Kaoaaa. Makaiai. lur Malako. Maai.
jHtttht .(ia N.mll. Ctaae. for Lahaana, Maal. . j
aTI eVhr Mary F.laea. Jim, fr Knlna, Kaaat.
rZ ekchr riUma, llatael.t, f Kw4 aia4 Kan, Hwaii.
21 rVbr Pauaki, BeyooUla, for Kauaaakakai. Molokai. I
27 eVhr Warwtek, Jfia fcoH. r Puksa, MuluUt.
27 Jlor.p l ira Yank. Clark. r llaoa. MauL
n rt. hr Wainla. Kaaakahi. r ICabtonanik. MatokaL
aO Brtt aria Robert Cowan, Kevrly.for Victnria, V I
aaiahiofrerafireen. WHcos. f. Enderbury I. Land,
uhr Activa. ii-wxr, Mikkeraa, Maai. .
10 itr llatlia. Nikav tr NawiuwiB, Kavuu. '
VESSELS IS 11 RT.
Nor Of ahlp Ceoerea, Uabrena, Kaadina.
Hrtt befrb loo, WiUiaana.
Mrit ahip Georaje Thoropavm, Shepherd, di-feharjlne.
ABI at.iar Olvmnia, C N Thairo, batwlintt.
Am achr f M Ward, Ricknaan, JiarhurriDg.
MEM UK A MIA.
RtroaT or amr Csosos Tnono.-ift Newraaiie '
oa the 21t of July. 1ST2, paaaet! Sew Zcataad on the 26(h.
fcad Bae weather wilh moderate weaterly wlmla tn the I.land :
m Ruraia which aa made on the 3.1 of Aouat. Taaaed Ta :
kfiiadikai mn.1 arera beoalmed the next two dava oft tha :
Ialanflok tiuahinr. took the I E trade ora the Blh. Crowned
" . .
toe axjuiUor oa the 12ik In konaj. 144 45' weaf. Loot ibe 8 E
trade on tha 11th lo fau.s W north. Had variable aira
from tha eaatward onul ib lSui then look the N E tradea from
titm. Oa the afternoon of the SXh maule Hawaii, nniiced
. liial amoke caune from one nf tba tnoantaina to the S E, on
Maal an the Slat aod iM. Oft Ioai on tba 23d and lb uilea
ott llonolala at aooa of tha Sato. Arrived here on Sunday
-QorniDff tbe 34th, having bad fine weather all the paaaafe.
William 4h am gap, Mavaier.
Rcroar or SrsaaaHir Naaaaaaa, I. Uabdiso, Con.
miidiil Ift Donolalo
On the 17th naaaed the M
a July 3rf, jMk-winat TutuUa on the t-2th. j
rievaaja, VH" naiw-a iroru nucaanu.
Inly 2iau W.a boarded by the Health ;
Arnmi at Aaraianu J 1117 ziai. naa uwum u j w iaau ,
newer b-n n light aa IHf are at pr-aent. . ur; i. Mtari. - r' - " 7 ,". , . , JV , arKiui . uniiuiui ith.ii iu uuraiiun, uuu ucigiu ui .ir. iuitor : I lie presui iUiuuiciui luiri
w kaa keo ri-rH f. thi. nrkn. b,t i, ca,f arrive e pkn '"-Vf'Ty. L w.t. w o ".'b.d K not over .3 of & foot. The above Cgures are from turn constitute a grave crisis. At no previous time ;
Hr- nme. .viiik.t!U ihr.tT. ft j the hUtory of the country or of governreeotal
reaued Eac'-n k-f. j cra.he.t rt. A . ; Hurt- . ""uuerkj. ti B vv ir'TZ m . .h tJll Bler at t,M? 1'gbt-house with the testimony of unanimity of public sentiment as is now apparent
liua.re nU bright Vetlow ctr.l.Uiiowr.. ftr-t. ts;s 1 ". II VIrfcrU.r.Mr k.M. Mi-. Ia J . . . .... , . . s f .15..t.,t5A f the. C.al.inet.
e..Ll tlJ- M..lnltii llr.l blerr..l.l. U LUf I iitri. JmT- WHViimiiO. J 1C' MCBrlrde. I.aa Alice Mrorr.ie, UIUS1 rjeWUUtWW BHOfC. ' ivfti . 7 , . - '
rr . Tfl "tT-f .:iiS-!. Mar, vtrBrr. Ur vv a.iney. Mr. N vv.i- . ... . ... ..k t As has been pertinently remarked by you, Mr. ,
per ixtuvS M'Lil lifVs 3-1 per pJ. la Donl. 1 Til ,wk " '
fnSrrhttnrh to beretiring with great rapidity. Thisrecession
day fcr fvapier. Arrrred at Welllnrtan on the 2th, when we ' waa more than eight feet ; the reefs were left en
wer wd-ril into qnar-uitine, notwilhtiidin we haul " po.aed j 0
caeaa' at Auckland, and were kept in atrict quarantine tor tirely dry, and the native8 ran Out frolicking and
W aare. Amrau aa a-aapwrm. reiaxa inp
AurkUaxl an tba 8th. Left Ancklauvd on the lllo, enconnter
iriaj a hamry Ckia. which lata tad Ara daya. n tbe 17th paaaed
Tarailai waa boardoj by the pilot who delivered letter, etc.
On Ike gdta paaaed a lure and aft achouoer ateering north, but
could nut make out her numbers ear colora. A cxivnl at ifaoo
luia Aaeua aTUt at 11 a m, after a r-aaiae cf IS daya frout
Aucklaiad. R. W . La I a at. Purser.
RarpoaT or SrKAaafii r Oltwma, Cut. N. Thou, Com-
ainti I .eft Man Franriaeo at 3 P W Auatuat 80th. The
ateanflip I laiio, from Ifuirfilula, arrived owt oa the 14th of :
. . .. W-.b f 1 1 .... .!.,!.. m-'Al m li it .
ArriveXin Hoooiuitt aix-io r w Aarnat -ith. :
u. v. . -
BtaaiT or scaooiti C. N. Whd. RicawAV. Masteb
-.Left Hdnnlulkk Hill July th. and at 6 r H hJ wmd '.
-trwtia- km thi eaatward ip to hi ' N.loailSo' V W , 1
Ihea uvek Ikw wlnJ light and batHinaX frcar the avaUhwarU. with j
raia ip u July mthi then too tha wimi freah from tbe be
mnU It I A M J kllT JMB I WIOU c. l-n v. hiim-iim a-u- 1
Ijtn CDrtatnaaa i.ianu
'"J0"";? aj.rvu !
fur Eraderbury's at s m July ; wii iiht from the east-
wa.nl Aniva.1 at EivieTharv'B lalamt July 7th. While there I
.eacrt w-rorf aqaa:ia friat tba taatwarw. wish raaa. . Left .
Kaaieebory r luker'a at 3 t w Jurr Xt wma itg-11 irmn
thesE. Arrived at &karB Island at 7ilu a w Aug lt- iit j
Maker'a (r UowiaavT at t w Aug al. arririna; at iiowiand's ;
at T a Mint day i wind fresh frooi EsE. Left Hew land ;
for UiialTi at r W Aogl.1, wind light from the eastward.
Hail litjht wind from E.E to ESEaa tolas" 3 ."S.long 16o
aba W ihm Link 1(10 winal llelat from the E an lo lat 19 9
a.lnac tM4irWt tarn haul IK hi air. and ralm weather lo
liooatulaa. The L" ahip-o-war Narraaja-kaarU eaueU al Baker's
Island July 2ih. ami left a mail. The ahip J H Hale arrived
al Makr Ialan.1 July Slat. Vt days froaa H Ana barf. Aug
1st, at i30 r at. a rtai.l knee In sight at Baker'a Island, sup
posed tn be tha Favorite, from the -Ulea, ahe being 14 days
tiaat. The ahip Ban?. arrived at ilowiaaod'e Island July 'Mth,
aaal baa on Iknard 1.IXX1 lena of guano.
Mesara. C. A. WlKiams at Co. bate furnlahetl na with the
ullovin rvyorl of vtaaeU from the Gaano I.landa :
Al Knaiarbory, IheahipSuaria kaJ Inoaled.ia 121 woTtirtf,
dav. l.7ot I a. and aaileil May Slat t the ship Intrepid had
Inadni, in 10 working days, .! and sailed July 12th.
t'-osn ilakar a. the akin uitivalr l au Iraaded I.HOO tuaaa, and
aaaasd Jaly bib tae'.hip J iah I. Hill bad tat arrived.
Aoguat id. al the monrliaga From llowland's, Ibe ahip Alia
had waaded BOO haaa. and sailed July loth Ike ship Sardia
was at la BBKartnga Augiaat 41-
. . ... . T rk. .k.lj.l.iii Fmrna C Jnnaw.
of New Bedford, Capt CifTonl. 11 moolba oat, 4SO baxrels
aaerTn, toubd kers la-day, bound weat or. a cruise All
aseU. Eliab UimTlaD, Hup'Jent.
Faoaa An a -Per Ion, Aa. Slat r la t-ma Coal, 0,000 Co
coaauta. Faow Rtwctmt, !f- 8. W Ier George Thompann. Aug.
2oXa :lA tons Coal la Agents U S..N Zt A Mse Liu.
FBO-w A rmtl D Per Nebraska, Aug. TTOii 1 pkg
leather lo P DaJtoo l 3 cs 3ida w HayseWen Bros t 1 Parrel
to J li Le Roy t 1 Pkg Mdse to Whitney at Co ; 5 bndla Sheep
MkaM to T H Davata ; 20 pkg. Mdse. hag, Oats W A S
Cacaaorn at CM Empty Barrela lo W L Green; 1 b
FernTlo Hacklekl at. Co, la ca P rted ea I, 4 or caka
Brandy. M cs Gener-a. Ckutney to Order, ami 67 r
Assorted Mdse in transitu for Han Frana-iaco.
Fbow a-i Fbabcibco Per Olympia, Aug. SOth j 0 pkgs
Cottoo Manutactarea, 1 pkg Steel Maauiartures to CasUe At
Cooka i 4 pkgs Coltoa Manotactnres, 2 pkgw rJleel MaiiaUr
turea lo UiUinghara a Co i 17 pkg. Cotton , Mjwnti-es tn E
Hall Hon , AA bts Tin to J Nott A: Co ; 3 ra M lar to
MymaaaBroa t 4 es rhoes, 2 ca Fruit to Ira Richardson ; 27
coals Rope to holies t Co ; S ca Mde, 1 W inaiiaa. Gear. 1 sett
pumps ui D Foster Ca 1 trasw Belting to T II Daviee ? 43
T.in Mdse, .1 pkg fUmptea to M H Grinhaum al Co 3 bts
Kru.t to C A WiUiam ; 1 pkg Samples lo K HnrTschlaeger A
Co ; 3 cs M.lae lo Welta. Faxo afc Co. In transit a r Auck
land 100 flasks Quicksilver, 13 pkgs and 1 trank Mdse.
FBOW Gi avo IsLlsoa Per C. M. Ward. Aug. SOlh : 240
Empty Barrela, i bbls aaal 3 bxs Guano Sample.
raow a FaAJiciaeo Per Comet, to arrive;
Boot afc ahne Fn'dga, pka
Brooms, dos..... ......
Carriage MaiCs. pkgs..
Chirtesa Mdse, pkgs....
Flour, qr sks..........
Fish Herring, bi. .
H araware, pgs. ......
4.W MeaL pkn 4
4 aia. rlla 10
30 Oil Coal, cs 60
3 Olire. cs 2
4 Palm, rsk 1
10 Provisaona Bacon, cse. 1
1; II am., raks. ........ 3
3 Cheese, cse.. 1
19 Pipes, cse I
2 Potatora, sks 43
4 Ppirila Whisky, bbl.. 1
44 Branaly. ortv. ....... 1
2 5iatiooery.es 2
"yrap. bbl 1
1 iVO Soap, bxs 12
S7, Vegetables, pkgs....... 3'i
T; Wine Foreign, csks... 3
2 rases 3
24 Wheat, ells 37
1 ' Wondrnware Paila. doc 1
fa' Tuba, neata 8
At lie Ha-vaiiaa Ha)tel on Thursday August 29h, to the wife
of Mr. A Urn Herbert, a augjalar.
1 m r-ri-'aA Jatv llLet'OW-tD PiTM1.
Vjlee cf MauI. 3el 3.5 years ami llaf
f n T.MITI l-T W
hrcxfy, r.. ...........
t.'.jrta- roala. ...... ..
II. A'Wn. Aot. 21 :
1 fiia, ca. -J
4 ll.l.kiikr-t. r I
11 K.iin. Ul.l. -
5 Tivf.u-iit Ig 1
Value iNaivalM-.... fl : Top-fri IJ.I'-l 7i-
t on ruiTLKD A. uniti t l'rr K-it. towu, Au( .Tih
Mi u..l.t.T.b 1 K'-i. otla IV
naira 'I "ia lAJw.it.cmi 4J
1 ,U. Ula
- 7 , :
tm-a TO iiiar. ki-xi U.
I'ua. Al Ll P-f N-l-f. Aajf. r-th :
M jlaMrs. btl 1 1 ru(ar,
!.i I ..iiw-iir 1 Ji
I Irinula mm Aam t'rwrtnra ; lit .kT MJ".
Fm Aria Vtt U, Auj(. 21t W I) BarnarJ.
Foa Tahiti Per W m. II. Aii-n, Au. T .VntiW-
ao. xfjd 2 Cbiswae.
rtea K.itl-Per bUlaaea. iu. lita W II ; b.ckrr lug.
L .f . r..1 1 X. I .Lk
f ro. Vw.ao ro.T Per Kila-e., An 2ft,f.-Dr J M
'.Vhnwr and wile. Mra t'M-u Clmik. Miaa MrCuily, Mrs K
lrKifm. Mra at Mak. Mra W CliamtterUio, II .N
falBH-r, VV O "SmTtli. Fr-il ;Trer. r rnlt urotrn, -nr
J A Aku, Caj t kui, Mr Cortia.Cbaa Mr l.ukji,aod
Ak-iUt 110 d:k..
Faoi AirtituD-Ptr traka. Aa. i.Tlh W-!ar I'.n-
' (k-banit. Becken, Ur-juaa aui Mart, eud m ut Uatiia fur nau
I Faoil ? raaitltro Per Oljrmpia, Aujf Wth Jiw!ee
Hilli.U ai.l .e. Mil IWerelt. Miaa Bx dwin.T II llarrtauo.
Mm Br-a-k way. Miaa II VA Itiiuey. Mr W alerhuuae, wile and
rhildrii. B Cartwrubt. Cat J Kiurh, C ChilUi.f worth, Re
V Mi tiiiiiiis I CLiwk'HUi. ail 1 ui traua.tu a.r AucLUiul.
Foa Atrcataao Per Nebraska. Auj. Tnhlirv t lare
aiuht, Buae raiia, and 21 in transitu frvui fan Praw iaco.
Faow K ah t Li i Per Ka Mci. Au. 30:k Mr. Ilarrlaon,
Him IL-vll, Meaara Bier. By nm. King. t"eelanl, Crey, V II
Baaary, fci Kaotlraaa, Mr IflCkuc), aiad li deck.
! Cummer rial liibcrtiscr.
SATVIiDA V. A UU LST 31 . I
F.u.r.T Uajs ijince, we announced tle resigna
tion of the Ministry. Yesterday, rumora were
more or If aiuve, that a new Cabinet bad
been formed, and a list of names has been given
on the bulletin-hoard of a book-store. Dot until
definite announcement of tbe Ministry is made j
j from an official source, we prefer not to give cur-
rency to statements founded upon nimple rumor.
nor w j-rciuikuivajr jaj.c mc iiamc j-iuic j
candidates for office before the rjublic. tbe result i
! tii which would be to evoke an amount of jaersonal i
i criticism that might in the ciid prove to have
! been unneceuMiry.
The position of tbee Iidanda.Jieing midway
lctwcen the Continents of Asia and America,
imparls flcial interebt to the Ktudy of all tidal
phenomena, ft::d particularly to those ccurrencc3
known as "tidal waves.' We will briefly
., , , . t . r
collate from reliable data, an account or these
j remarkable' oscillations of the ocean, ns they
'; Lave been recorded :
' The first occurred in 1819, which, while the
j sea rose and fell to a considerable extent, was not
j productive of any berioua consequences. The
I natives, however, in their superstitious view,
considered it as prognosticating some dire event
j0 their nation, and when Kainehamcha I. died
w -r,,- ti1,v .nao'ilerrHl that the unusual Htri-
c - a . vi . v-iiu. iiwk ii. v... ki ... o - : . : .!... . I t :t. r . . n.. . . .?? .. i
- j - - "! aroi . . f fl
tation of the sea had been the forerunner of that when it intimates that the Gazette has pilleredl ff
On the evening of November 7th, 1837, oc
curred a remarkable di6turlance of the tides,
throughout the groups. It was carefully observed
at Honolulu by the late Dr. T. C
. . . . , 1
xj. aiwt, i.v 1
whose journal kept at the time, we are indebted j
for particulars. Neither the barometer or ther- j
ruometer indicated any unusual changes, when nt j
five o clock in the evening the sea was observed
... ,,. fiai, ,hn f er !-f hv Iho rr-firintr
JIVaillg U Y' M'V aM " '- - - - - j - - q
The sea, however, quickly commenced
to return, and in twenty-eight minutes reached
the ordinary height of the highest tides; it then
rnimiieneed recedin!? airain. and fell six feet. It
rose a few inches higher ou it third return, and
r 11 " j- alM a llivf feet
This action continued,
with a gradually diminishing force and eitent,
imiuislnng force ana eitent, i
jht, and Uie forenoon or the j
; greatest rapidity with which
' tnroL-i.uoui nut iiiji
. f twelve inches III thirty bCOoIids. On
","aui and Hawaii the wave was more powerful,
iae wsm rw-; ij" y..j
aod some lives were lont. There was no
unu8ual disturbance at the time in the crater of
KlLlQea.and the SimUlUtUCOUSnenfl OI me OCClir-
- .a I.... l........nUI ll.., I...i;l rl.if
ti e commotion originated at some distance,
' ...... . ,
Jlay 17th. 1S4I, the same Circumstance took
.lace, though of a much lens general nature and
unattended with serious consequences. At about
half-past five p. the water in the harbor of
Honolulu was observed to be euddenly discolored
and breaking like a tide-tip. It then rufrhed
suddenly out, leaving the reef bare, and this
occurred twice in the space or forty minutes,
when it resumed its ordinaiy npjicarance. Sim
ultaneously at Lahaina, about a hundred miles
distant, the rie and fall or the water was several
feet, aud occurred frequently at interval of four
minutes each, rushing violently and with great
noise over the reefe. At about the same date a
similar phenomenon is recorded as having oc
curred at Kamschatka.
On the 24 or April, 18C3, at C o'clock, p. m.,
occurred a sudden ri.e and fall of the water in
Honolulu harbor, to the extent of 20 inches,
which was once repeated. Subsequently it was
ascertained that at 4 o'clock on the same day
occurred the great tidal wave on the south coast
of Hawaii. The latter destructive wave rolled
in from the tea immediately after a severe earth
quake shock and eruption or mud at Keaiwa. It
was from forty to sixty fcet iu height, and receded
and advanced Cvo times, destroying a large
amount of property and about twenty lives. This
disturbance of the eca was of course local, and
attributable to the earthquake and eruption that
was simultaneous, but all the other tidal waves
that have occurred here, being unaccompanied
by any unusual phenomena on the islands, are
judged to Lave their origin in either submarine
eruptions at a distance, or eartlaquakes on the
South American continent. It may be observed
here, that the sea, in the latter instances, has
always risen higher on the eastern and weather
sides of the islands.
At midnight, on the 13tb or August, 1SG3,
the natives living on the beach to the eastward
or Honolulu harbor were aroused by the sound
made by the water suddenly and with great force
retiring over the reef. The sound was described
by them as resembling a multitude wailing. The
return, however, was gradual in this instance,
high water mark being reached only on the
morning of the 14th at about 7 o'clock. It then
suddenly receded again, and as suddenly rose, in
the space of 15 minutes 3 feet 10 inches. At
half-pat-t eight and at half-past two p. ji." it rose
and fell as before, on tbo latter occasion marking
5 feet 4 inches. During the whole day of the
14th, the tida rose and fell at short intervals, but
gradually cTecreasing in volume.
The tidal diturb:niv of Fridav of last week.
August 23J, U-ffkn at Honolulu bjr a m-Men cb
of the w-a.tl-j full beinc abvut l.l foot. Thi.
w.id at tw itj five uiinuto iut 12 P.M., and
aUiiit l".c l.ura alter tU liibeat ti.ie of the
tw-niv-Mur ,., ita-rveuu,. fall .UinS
tj bave be. ii retarded ntore tlian L-i usual even f-r
neftrtkie. That is to aj the sea was etanding
biphr. iTCi.Ki to t .jHcillati.K., than would
nyu in-iin i.irl - It r.roviitiiKi li-ifhf ami nftiT
.b..u,r..r .T.j cUai wave-, of a duration to
v.i. ii .M i.t-u.ij i.n.i.. ..v.m ...v.-...
minute, the uu-luLitiona began to diminiob af
' tli" afternoon fim; of tid lean. At 4 P.m., there
... , , ,.,
wnM a ti.-tinct wave, an J n!o at 0 p.m. t rom 10
' r.M. to 2 a.m., of tbo succeeding eight, it being
: low tiJe, and the fca quite free from wind-waves.
' there was a regular fcuccoseion of tide-waves, of
, omer Planus ns win cuauic any one io loriu itju- ,
! cluriona with rePict to the T'henomenon. It is
reported from Kauai, by Capt. McGregor of the j
r e i
Ktlawa as occurring there at 12 m., which would ,
! indicate an origin to the westward rather than at !
i It is always a matter of srientiCe interest to
i have accurate records of the time of such oceur
: rences. The wave resulting from the terrible
' earthquake at Arica, Peru, in 18G8, occupied 12
; hours in its amvge to these islands, indicating a
' velocity of 500 miles per hour. The waves, oc-
copying alaout twenty minutes in rit?e and fail, :
! bad a breadth or length as we might say, of about 1
173 miics. The velocity given above is proof or feeling, suarea al.ke by a w&oie nation, is out tue
I ,.e i , it ; just consexiuence of that one individual s career in
j a great depth or ocean between here and the . Jthe ctry, characterized as it has been by unre
: South American coat, while the' diuiiniohed j liability, scheming trickery and supreme selfishness.
; breed or the same wave on its course onward to The universal prayer is Save us from another in-
, , ... . .. ... e nction of m demoralizing rule ! Hawaii.
. n.in shows a thalluw tea to the northwest of
u8' k wa" 18 hours on ita l,ero to Ilak"
! odadi, a much lesa distunce than the other.
I I'll .ra ara T Ko f vial lata. I n ra, vaLI f ir.na Si! Tlta n r all ,
... . .r,-. , i
jSan Francisco on December 2od 18a4. had a
j velocity of 35U miles hour, and a breadth of
, 215 miles from crest to crest. Apart from the
scientmc interest tnai aitncne to tnese matters, i
tbere Boniething intensely fascinatin
movements of there swift ineengeni from coast
to coast, while there is always the dread feeling
that some terrible volcanic tragedy may have oo
. .i i i qi n e.t;n.n..;n
We ik not care to lrcquently bring our own
grievances before the public notice, but continued
t injustice compels us to t-jx-nk. Our complaints
in regard to the unfair course pursued by the
j Alta California in systematically crediting clip
j lings or island news to the Hawaiian Gazette
; which were takcu bodily from our columns, have
at length elicited a response from grandmother
Alta, in the following words : j
'The Commercial Adotrliter of Honolulu com
plains that the items of Hawaiian news published in j
the Alta are credited to the Gazelle, without regard
to the source where they first appeared. If it has (
happened that the UaztVe has pilfered the Jldver- j
titer's items we are not 1 expansible for that, but have ;
given credit to the paper from which they were
clipped. As to giving credit to the wrong paper, if
such a mistake has occurred, any journalist should
know it to be accident; no fair newspaper would
sanction such a meanness, and no fair newspaper
a.!imilil elinrcFA Buili a imMtiakf nai iiitpntinnill '
The above tiaragranh infers what is untrue i
...iB..A.n lAn,nlm.ivaai,l.lmervAO Itlilt . T
our items. We make no such charge against
our contemporary ; but what we do charge is that
the Alta lias constantly laKen our news items,
Word for word, and Crexlited them to the Gazette.
. . . . . , ... . . -
..i.v. .uu. mkk. . . ...... ...... . b......
credit to the paper from which they were clipped,"
is a downright falsehood. This course on the
part of the Alta is no new thing, but has gone
j on, with an occasional short interval (such as
; during the visit of the Hawaiian Consul to llono-
lulu several months ago), for over a year. It is j
quito possible that the heads of the Alta staff
may not be thoroughly posted as to the exact
mode in which this meannets " is brought
about. But the fact that it is accomplished
systematically is evident enough, and the clue
lies in the Foreign Office at Honolulu, w ith its
r il n n I . .. at.n
ramincanons in me tiawauau votiMu.aic uu me
Alta office. It is futile and nonsensical to talk
about accidents" of this kind, when they
become so chronic.
nre frequent wi
The interior press of Cali-
messes to the unscrupulous ;
disposition of grandmother Alia '"W:, -rjn DCCT CTV1, 17
ating other people's property and we have not ! L.A. 1 Lj 1 AlllJ DLJ 1 3 1 I JLL
forgotten its wholesale robbery- of our lengthy
and carefully prepared account of the shipwreck
of the Saginaw. I'ossibly in that instance also,
the fraudulent design originated in Honolulu.
As we have had occasion to remark before, the
product of one's brain and enterprise is as much
his property as the money in his purse or the
goods on his shelves ; but the larceny of the first
is a shade meaner than tliat of the laet.
Futnl Atjoltloiit nt Jarvls Ilaittl.
Jakvis I.suaxd, July 20. 1872.
To the niltorof the Pacific Commercial Advertiser :
Sik It is my painful duty to inform vou of a
very sad accident that occurred on this Island on
Ibe 14th of May last. My information was obtained
from Mr. Tlioinpoii. an employee of tbe American
(iuano Co.. who was in the field when the accident
occurred. The cars that are used to convey guano
from the lagoons to the beach are drawn by horses,
and on the above date one of these attached to a
loaded car becoming unmanageable. Captain Alex.
Aluiy, 1st Asst. Superintendent, ordered the driver
down and mounted the car himself, thinking he
could quiet the animal. All went well lor a time,
but at tbe head of a slight incline in tbe track, the
hook attached to the whiffletree parted, and Capt.
A I my was dragged from the loaded car by the
reins, falling on the rails, tbe car passing over the
lelt breast, neck and head. Assistance was
promptly rendered by Superintendent Kenny and
others, and the onfortunate man conveyed to his
room, where tbe scalp wound was sewn up. In
spite of all that could be done to alleviate his suf
fering, the deceased breathed his last at 1:50 P.
II. nine hoirs after the accident. Deceased con
versed quite clearly up to tbe hour of his death,
but did not seem to realize that the end was so
near. From the symptoms as described by the
Superintendent. I am convinced that bis death was
occasioned by a fracture of the spinal column, the
body being paralyzed from the neck down. Next
day the remains of deceased were interred by the
Superintendent in the north end of the Island. The
gloom over the small community brought about by
this sad calamity is mournful indeed, and the em
ployees ot the Company who have lost a dear
friend and respected companion, nnite in express
ing their heartfelt sympathy for his young widow,
in this, her hour of affliction.
J. E. Weston, M. D.
The iudevxent of Parit Who was Paris? And
what was bis judgment about? Paris was one of
the seventy sons of Priam, king of Troy. He was !
a very handsome man ; but vain, dilatory and j
cowardly. It was he who carried off Helen, the wife
of Menelaus, king of Lacedfemon, and thus was the
cause of the Trojan war.
At a certain time when the goddesses were assem
bled on a festal occasion. Discord threw among them
a golden apple, on which was inscribed, "To the
most beautiful." Forthwith Juno, Minerva and
Venus claimed the prize, each one for herself. Which
of the three was the mo6t beautiful? That was the
question ; and the decision was referred to Paris.
As the three wire eAch very beautiful, Paris mast
doubtless have been puzzled as to which he should
nlaee in the front rank. And the goddesses were
destitute of a high sense of honor, like many politi- t
cians oi me present uay. wuuu bm jrawu-, ,-..-nate,
and quarrelsome. Jupiter, her husband, some
times beat ber, and often threatened her.
Minerva waa the goddess of wisdom , and she en
couraged industry, and obedience to the laws. She
ouj-ht to have been above offering a bribe.
Venus' was the goddess of love, and, by no uie.!i.
it ccuU not. cf course, u
pocfiM.-ss a high dfgre cf
Judo, ppling to tlie ambition i.f Paris, offer!
Liui the t;retgniy of Aaik iJ grvt rich.
tering tii lauitj, t.Eere-1 hitu the furest of woaieu
in ferriage. The offer made by Venus seemed to
a - . 1 1 1 r a 1 Tat. 1 taawi.1
" c m uin,ir. u e - !
FI mnwUI in irrainiT fiff llflon. the Wife Of 1
,4in office altera ho wurt eucoessiuiiT to uae a
pod ofiioer remoTe.1 that thej may step into bia i
i "-uJ whn otl4C 19 ttianeo, uiey are
found uneuul to the perfurtaance of its function.
Tbe C0UDtry 5Ufj, anj they sink many degree in
the estimation of the public. Auqcis.
tlon glveQ i,j wtien ttiat eTent iraufpirej. Ana ;
to-day, the observation of the Gazttte, that "the
P"1C . "rw,,"f wu" ""JT ;V,e.,r.rrtnr
MiniHtr." f.il fir Hhort of a true statement
of ,ne fng that exists. It is something vastly j
deeper than mere "interest." There is a 'universal '
condition abroad of lively soiicituue ana anxiety, i
not unmixed with toreooatug iears. rears or wnatr ;
That or individual member of the late Cabinet may,
by some possibility be retained in the incoming ad- i
ministration. Soch is tbe unenviable estimation in ,
which he is held by all classes, both natives and j
foreigners, from one end of the islands to the other, j
that the mere possibility of his again coming into
power as the " ltuang uenius ot the government j
is looked uion as a standing menace, more to be I
jreajej tUlia anj earthquakes, volcanoes or other
natural phenomena that may come upon us. This
nr. i : : l n t, n a A
deemed it proper to say, editorially, on the subject of
our correspondent's strictures, and will only remark
that his observations are identical with those to be
of comtuunity. The
, Qn of oar a(d
; weight t0 bia 81guificant utterances -En. P. C. A.
Ve. the undersigned, desire to express our entire
j 8lUj8faction with the stenmer Ulympia and her ap-
j jioiotuienU during her short trip Iroruaun traucisco.
Clean and airy rooms, an excellent table and
j good order throughout, ha combined with the-
easy motion of the ship to make the trip one 01
unusual ease and comfort.
(Signed.) Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Ilartwell; Mr and
Mrs. J. T. Waterhouse Jr.; J. C. Bailev; 11. Cart
wrieht: S. . Ganeye; J. Y. Finch; Miss E. M.
j Kverett: Miss K. C. Urockway: Mr. and Mrs. J. II.
C. Keed; K. itchels; Win. Atward; Miss Helen IS.
m $m fj. Z.f g fl. HAIL STEAMSHIP LINE.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO!
THE STEAMSHIP OLYMPIA!
Will Sail on Saturday, Aug. 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK, A. 51.
H. HACKFKLD & CO., Agents.
TO LET !
A DWELLING HOUSE IN TII K REAR
or the Kenidence of D. IN. Flitner. Apply to
K. W. BKOKLKY, or
auUl lm u. K. DAV IDSON.
' . I'U! l 1 Y IV A STI1KK flV FklAIil.
aine that can speak the Hawaiian iHiieuitge, andiawil-
r iiijhr zo aTlve n lair ruu vatcuv iu i.uw mr mil wbkcs. a juuiik
miu nrerermi. Apply nt tne score 01
A. S. CLEUIIOR! tr CO..
No. 1 Kaaliuinana St., ITnnolulu,
L Or at W. O. N KKDUAM CO., Wailuku
Wailukn, August 28th, 1872. au31 3t
! VASH I NCTON IVSARKET
would most resiectfully inform
his many friends, aud those of hii
former patron, that he intends to
Re-Open in the Butchering Business !
at the Old Stand known as
Washington Market. Nuuanu St.
. Whfre ,,e wi be ,,ieae.i to see all those who may favor him
; with a can.
' " ' Vuol T J w.dcnsr
1 y m, --g .d,
AncJ For Salo by
Castle aSc Cooke.
A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OP
English, German & French Goods
Consisting io rrt of :
EV stvl.es rtxcv PRINTS and
Waterproof Cloth, Woolen Dama.k,
W hite, Blue and Colored Flannel.
Mosquito Nettinir, Flannel Shirts,
Undershirtg, Woolen Shawls,
Hosiery, Broadcloths and Linen Ducks !
Large Silk Handkerchiefs.
Artificial Flowers. Colored Silk Ribbons,
Saddles, Bridles, fcpurs, Clothing,
Genuine Lnbin's Kxtrscts.
Genuine Lubin's Hair Oil.
Genuine Kimmel's Philocome.
TWO SUPERIOR MUSIC BOXES !
FINE HAVANA CIGARS,
German Lager Beer, qts. & pts.
Brandy in eases and d-mijohns. Ram in demijohns,
GENUINE SELTZERS WATER!
Alcohol in 1 and 5 gallon demijohns,
Yitieiriar in demijuhus.
Corks, all sixes.
And Numerous other Articles !
FOR SALE BY
ED. H0FF3GHLAEGER & CO.
a respectible chArmcter. 1
ROYAL HAWAII AN THEATxtxJ !
T oril T1
xs - 1 111 vl 11
WILL BK tiIKN
This Saturday Evening, Aug. 31.
1 XI .
33 23 XX G 12 XX
( Who tiaa kiuilljr olmiteertsl hi rK-Tii) i.l preaiiie at the
Ili Vrt eramme will conn-l cf In.ir uxut-dIaI, 0(enUtC
mod Senlituet.tal Mas.c.
A l.M I SSI tN. Prf Circle, $1.00; Partjaette, T5centi
Pit. 50 crnu. Keerre.l St-ats cau be accural at TUa. O.
TLrum'a lkvktlore withuut extra charge.
Door. Open at "t. to commtiK at S o'clock.
" FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED."
Only Two Volumes of Each New Book."
. -p, n Tl 11 O
JUSt XinOUgH lOV luQ UUil OCaSOn.
B. LI)WI'S PRE-HISTOKIC XOTIOSS,
Baldwin's l're-lliuric America,
Darwin's Origin of Species,
lcent of Man. 2 v l.
aVmp'ellow'a new volume Three Books Song,
N of one and half a duzen cf the other,
Olive Ltatau's tlet thee bchitad uie Satan !'
Fanny Kern's " Caper Sauce,"
Oeo. McDonald' Winnifred t'umbermede,
Bret Haute' new Volumes and Poems,
Mra. Stenhouse' Lite among the Mormons,
A Miller's Slory of the W ar,
Taine's Notes on England.
Lubbock's pre-historic Times,
Fifiue at the Fair, by Kobt. Browning.
Talmavlgc's Abominations f M-lru Society,
K"bt- Chamber's Antohiography,
What to do, and how to do it.
The late French aud PruMiian War.
Steele's 1 weeks in Aitrouomy, Chemistry, Philosophy,
Bryaut and Stratum's Count ing-Ilouse Arithuietic,
" Book-Keeping last edition.
Chapman's Elementary Drawing,
Two Elegant Family Bibles,
How the World was Peopled.
Youges' Three Centuries of ModTn History,
Uroi ks' seven mouths around the World,
Mark Twain's Koughiug U,
Polygamy in t-alt Lake,
Taiue on Intelligence.
Library of Poetry and Song,
Man and His Dwelling Place,
Barnes' History of the United States
Every Day Difficulties, and How to Meet Them,
South Sea Babbles, Welcome Guest,
Music aud Morals, New Piano Music,
A Fine Collection of new and Uegant CUT BOORS!
Bound iu Morocco.
Art, Recreation, and Ornamental Work.'
Uuide Board to Health and Competence,
Wood's Cociviliaed Races of the World,
Tbe World of Wonders,
Annual of Scientific Discovery,
Talmadge's Crumls Swept I p.
The To-morrow of leat.
Hall's Fun Better Than Physic,
Starr King's White Hills,
Chntnberlain's American Commercial Law,
Bible Music, by Francis Jacux,
Whaleman's Adventures in the Pacinc,
tlnod Bye Sweetheart,
Bayard Taylor's Travels In Arabia,
Dana's Corals and Coral Islands,
Longfellow's Complete Poem an exquisite book,
Webster's Pocket Dict'onary, with tucks.
Nautical Almanacs, 1873.
Remember, only a Copy or two of Each !
auglO II. M. WHITNEY.
Just Received and Opened at
A. S. CLEGHORN & GO'S
FORT STREET STORE.
RICH BLACK -LYONS VELVET.
DRESS & MANTLE SILKS,
(In White, Black and Colors.)
RICH BLACK MOIRE ANTIQUES!
A SPLENDID LOT OF
READY-MADE BATISTE DRESSES,
Made expressly for this climate,
IN POLONAISE & DOLLY VARDEN.
Prettily finished and Warranted Fast Colors.
77ie above lot cannot be competed with in Honolulu.
ALso, Another Choice .Parcel
JOSEPHINE'S KID GtOVES
In liidieV& Children A II aaaseaAt. colors.
CO- WE CAN WARRANT THESE THE FIRST CHOICE.
A large Assortment or
French Gros Grain Ribbons
IN ALL COLORS AND WIDTHS.
The Sash Kibbons will surprise the most
Splendid Lot of Shawls !
Not to be equalled for Beauty of Design
and Quality. Will be sold Cheap
to effect speedy clearance.
AN IMMENSE QUANTITY OP
COTTON & WOOLEN GOODS.
Clicnp Flannels !
Cheap Blankets !
CHEAP FUENISHING GOODS !
Goods nought before the great
Adrauce iu Prices.
A. S. CLEGHORN &, Co.
Will offer the Balance of Stock of Last Sea
son's Goods at a considerable Reduction in
price ; it being A. S. C. & Co.'s intention to
Every Season with Entirely
A Word in Season to our Patrons.
Goods are now steadily on the rise,
and it therefore behooves every one who
desires to procure Drapery and Cloth
ing of every description on easy terms, to
take advantage cf the present opportunity,
and make their purchases at A. S. CLEG
HORN Ac CO.'S.
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.
No. 95 & 97 Concrete Block, King St.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
SS 30 3Hi
HAVE CONSTANTLY OX HAND AND FOR SALE AT LOW RATES.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF SHELF HARDWARE.
T xnrc Door of all kinds, Padkxks. bra and Iron, frota 1 lo 4 la j CuplarJ, bra, and Iron, t to 4 lcb
HJJJYC, Irawer aaal Till. Ches and Trunk, U. Collar,
DOOR AND GATE L.ATCI1K. DOOR HOLTS fpriuf and Chain, fc-uara nI Qwer, wrouhl aaJ
cast, braas aud iron.
IIOOKS-Hooks and Staples, Hooks and eyes, Br. and iron screw hook, and eyea, Clotk haoka, rCtarik" Crtl
BUTTI-SaYKcast aud wrou-ht, fx, 1 to 4 inches, Br.-, 1 U 4Kbhur RaThV
Uintes, T ami strap, 4 to 18 inch:
Fash Rollers, assorted braas and Iron;
8aah Fasteners, Window Sprints,
Castors, taMe and bed, brass, iron and wood i
A Large and Varied Assortment of Shoe Findings!
Including Men'8 and Boy'a Laeta and Boot Tree-, every kind of Shoe IVga and Natla, Shank Irvnt
Size Sticks, Shoulder Slicks, Knives, &o.. &c, &c
Also, Thompson's Hawaiian Solo and Saddle Leather !
Bridle and Saddle Furniture !
Bridle and Harness Buckles, all siaes, tinned. Japanned and plated, Muiican Ornaments, MeaVcan Girths,
Wooden Stirrups, Tinned and Japanned Kings from to 3, iocfaes. B1T8 of alt sorts aod kinds.
PLANTATION HOES, URIGI1T AND IIAL.F URIGIIT. KOH. O, I. PLOWS.
WHITE ZINC AND LEAD. RED LEAD!
Colors, dry and In oil. Lamp Black, Putty, Chalk, and WhiUnw. ttre-PiW Pain, Boiled Unseed Oil and Turpentine.
AXLK8 Half patent and common, assorted. 8POKK8, 811 A ITS, Vc, Ac.
HEN&Y RIFtES AND CABBINES AND CmTMDGES I
NUTS AND AVASELERS.
3XT x l 3 , rrom set. to ougl.
Bpikes, Cut and Wrought, Ship, Tlaln and Ualvanised.
KttlJSlillSS, of all sorts, a pood assortment. ilMAlIl, rnIc a,1(- -nr-f-
Seine Twines, Nets, Fish Hooks, Cod Lines !
Itoughs and WaRhera. galvanized and plain, from 1 1-2 to 8 in.
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF KEROSENE LAMPS & OIL LANTERNS,
AND TO ARRIVE PER SYREN, KEROSENE OIL !
Onr stock is replenished by every California Steamer, and also by every Sail Veawl from Kurope
and tbe Eastern United States.
Every effort will be made to give complete satisfaction to all customers. r
n?" T II 33 3?UI3XjIO 1
IKW AID lVOiDKRIHL WOVK1V WIUE ITIATTK ASSES
A perfect spring; mattrass without sprlnes i a Maltrass without Btraw or husks. The Wire Matlraa consists uf a stronf
fabric formed of 9000 feet of fine tinned wire coiled Into perfect springs and all interlocked by an ioitvnioas processor doable
weaving. When this Pliable and Klastie Fabric is stretched into iu proper frame. Ibe result is the most perfect sleeping- ar
rangement ever made. He desires to call the attention to the facts i lat That they never loss their shape lidThai they
never make a noise t 3d That they never need a repair.
They are positively warranted to he as perfectly level at the end f five jrtars, as when first made, and lo Hand Uie test
of one thousand pounds for ten daya.
Further information can be obtained, and samples seen at the FURNITURE WAREROOMM OF Ma Ta
DONNELL, Tim. 8S KING STREET, HONOLULU. " Julft 3u
E. O. HALL & SON
HAVE JUST RECEIVED A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
SILVER PLATED WARE,
B in B I l tl af J X U Em
Card Matches, Kerosene Oil, Fence Wire, Nos. 4, i and S, with staple., Whaelbarrows,
Carriage and Cart Axles, one to three inches, Carriare gprinjs, Carriafe Hardware, Horse Btaoae, Ha-as Nails,
Cat Nails, 3d to 0d Clinch Kails. Boat Nails, Cut and Wrought Spike, 4 to 8 inches , Hhos Lasts and Flndln ,
CALA. SOLE, HARNESS, BRIDLE & SADDLE LEATHER I
I'ronoli Calf &lxJ.xM.m,
Bridle and Saddle Ornament., Mexican Trees ami Stirrups,, Marble Wash Basiae aod Fi.Ttares,
A Full Assortment of Carpenter' nml Agricultural Tool.
BtlLDER'S HARDWARE, GALVANIZED TPDT AND PAILS, ate., Vc.
DRV GOODS, Ve.
ki,b;aciii:i aid mcowiy coxtoivs, iisiits, ac, Ac."
New lioods by Every Steamer, at Lowest Market Rates.
TO 1,ET !
Under the Odd Fellow's Hall,
it Present Oeeipled hy Dllliigham Jt Co., at a
Hardware Stare !
It ia Completely Fitted with Shelving, &c.
For further particulars apply to
C. A. CASTLE, or
W. C. PABKB.
House to Let !
A HOUSE ON M A U N A K E A ST.,
near the Honolulu Iron Works. For parti co la rs en
quire of 'wt-wjv2) K. UILLILANO.
Handles cheat and drawers, a larre asamrUaeot,
Brackets W all, comer, shelf and lamp.
Tack Copper, Iron and United, single auJ doajMe
a Call I
GALL THE ATTENTION
COOKING STOVES !
P J W ri I B I VI H 0 il
Brick Store, corner of Fort and King Sts.
PICTURE FRAMES I
DICKSON'S ART GALLERY I
01 FORT STREET
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
GILT, ROSEWOOD AND WALNUT
SQUARE AND OVAL.
Cheap for Cash..
Pictures Framed to Order.