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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 April 1886

'T.'fmitfrifiWW !rf!jPPWl jW'V1 """ 'FJ' !jwjnj!pf3iw9pjpi!jT'f JSfw'T'i (VBlTWSSpiWi?5 L 4"'- i if MrYWI'i . . '. ;, i oi fT'jKwiaawuo 23UA' 4- J Daily Pir I 'J 1 Uj"' i I'l I I --! . ;JDj!k5k5 is 3 VOL. II. NO 47. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. yWiV,c,0?;. , , WtfpLE Cb 2qo, A " IV Jfa THE WOMEN WHO TOIL. WHO FIND EMPLOYMENT IN THE CIGAR FACTORIES. The "Tenement Iloane Work" Done by Married Woman Personal Traits of tho Tactory Hands Faithful and Hard-Working; Wives Means of Amusement. But from nil appearances these girls took no more intoresfc In tho lockout difficulties than they did In tho csursea of the suiib. Nothing seemed to occuy their thoughts hut the enjoyment of the hour. In appearance those girls differ widely from tho tidy little shop girl of what might bo called tho Grand street ordor, though only a lower variety of tho same grade. They wore all dressed oomfortnbly, but carelessly, In some Instances approaching slovenliness. Their hands showed tho...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 April 1886

rs TUB $)mlij 3tmaiulu Jim IS PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, 'EXCEPT SUNDAYS, to At the Office, No. 39 Merchant St, TEJIMS OF BVBSCUIFTIOX. Per unoum ... $6.00 Sir months........................ 300 Three months 1 1.50 l'erjnonth v ....k ,,....5001 ' ' Postage additional. 1 ' ' XS" SuhitrlpHoni Payable In Advance Brief communications irora all parts of the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matteri intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to DAilv Honolulu Press, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop 'r. FRIDAY APRIL 23, 1886. The recommendations of the Committee of six citizens appointed by the Chief Justice of the Kingdom in regard to the widening and extension of the streets throughout the burnt district will doubtless receive the hearty endorsement of both property owners and citizens generally. The report of the Committee is publishe...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 April 1886

rics $ MW Kn - if ffHPWMHV WMMWJPMlWtf iwimm'iMmmF " vwrfww8SSE5F1' "jr ' T"- ? T"f V Jf ",j i I m ' bAlfcrY HONOLULU !PRESS, FRIDAV, APRIL 23, 1886. TUB Will be for utile T)ailv at tlio XMuoos : h " Co "ch?nt street 1, U. 1IIKUM , .-ort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel streeet Five Cents per Copy. "BIZ.' Go to the Commercial Hotel at the corner of Nuuanu and Berctania streets, if you want an ice cold Boca Beer at a reasonable price. The "Commercial" is the only place in town that keeps a good cold lunch throughout the day, and a hot lunch at night. Don't fail to give them a trial. Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S. M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal from the best of Island woods; sold in quantities to suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly attended to. LOCAL NEWS. To-day is Good Friday. Hot cross buns are the order of the day. For Barry's "Tricopherous" go to Benson, Smith & Co. Large numbers of idle Chinamen were parading the streets yester...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 23 April 1886

DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, FRIDAY, APRIL 23, 1886. lllllIWliwjllsissiBl'' ,k; CHANGE FROM PREVIOUS METHODS. 'cntntl UibcrttBcmcnto. (Scncml bbcrilccntcnlB. (Sciimtl Jbbcdtecmcttte. (Scitci'al ubcdtijctncnts. J (Scucnil dlubmiocmetttc. In the Treatment of tlio Tlottma of Alcoholism Gradual Inuring Off. A controversy has arisen in and about the Inebrlato homo at Fort Hamilton, down the bay, The' difference is in opinion as to whether sots under curatlvo treatment ought to havo alcoholic drink. It used to be the practices in this institution to deprive tho patient altogether of liquor from the moment of their entrance, and no form of alcohol was put into tho Rdmtnlstored. A radical change of medical policy has been mado whereby a process la employed; and this is assailed by the total-abstinence people on both moral and physical grounds. Tho departure from previous methods in such institutions is chiefly due to Dr. Lovrla Mason, the homo's consulting physician, and upon him tho wrath of the ...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 April 1886

1 T tW PfWvnt . , ' f& U . J . '.V, . " D AILY Press ' ' . JkK - - - - I I I ....I.. ',fl VOL. II. NO 48. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, SATURDAY, APRIL 24, 1886. f.t WHOLE NO. 201. r m i0f flfvV " BUSINESS IN A BANK. THE TELLER'S OPPORTUNITY TO STUDY HUMAN NATURE. Wrotohcil Life That Money Leads How 1'eoiilo l'rcsent Checks Tho Common Fnlllnc; Signing Ills Maine An Unwomanly Action TTorj;eil CUeelcs. Kvory vocation In lifo affords opportunities for the king of studies, that of human nature, or as Pope sayut "The proper study of mankind.'' The railroad conductor sees one of the pages of tho human panorama, the ticket-seller sees another. Tho stamp and delivery clerks at tho postofllce deal with still another class and have a chance to study peoplo well. In the auction-room and at tho circus you see the great characteristics of tho American people their gullibility. What a hungry people they are. If there is anything new under the sun, the American people will see it if .they can ge...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 April 1886

Tians J)mltj Ifatttilutu ym IS 1'UBLISHKD BVE11Y MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. TiiJias op svitsotoi'Tios: Ttr imntim . ...-....". 5.co Sit month . i...... 3.00 Three months..... ......... ...j $ Per month...,., '. ,,1. 1.,... ...... 50 cU Postage additional. X3" 8ub$crlptlawt Payable in Advance. Hrief communications trom all parts of tht Kingdom will always be acceptable, ,' All matters Intended for publication, as well as communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pkkss, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r, SATURDAY APRIL 24, 1886. A suggestion has been made that the new street running from the River to Nuuanu street should be extended to Fort street; this would permit the closing of Chaplain Lane and would give equivalent frontage on the new thoroughfare. Tile Overland Monthly for April still continues the discussion of the Chines...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 April 1886

H ,f c 'A s , TUB Jteiltj !wtoWtt ffm "Will bo for ho.1cV 1) illy nt 1I10 : I. M. OAT, Jr. Co.. .Merchant street T. G, THRUM ...... l'ort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS ....Hotel ttrecct J'lva Cents jicr Copj "BIZ" Go to the Commercial Hotel at the corner of Nuuanu and Berctnnia streets, if you want an ice cold Boca Beer at a reasonable price. The "Commercial" is the only place in town that keeps a good cold lunch throughout the day, and a hot lunch at night. Don't fail to give them a trial. Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S. M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal from the best of Island woods; sold in quantities to suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly attended to. LOCAL. NEWS. The S. S. Mararoa may be expected here any time to-day. - There was no Police Court held yesterday, it being Good Friday. ... .-.. - The Band will not play at Emma Square tomorrow, but will entertain the public at the base ball grounds. One hundred and seventeen Chinese took pas...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 24 April 1886

Maamamnmx MY TRUE-LOVE HATH MY HEARTH. My true-love hath my heart and I havo Ills, By just exchnhgo one to the othor given; I hold his dear, and lnlno he can not miss, Thero never was a bettor bargain driven: My hath my hearth and I have ills. His heart In me keeps him and mo In one; My heart In him his thoughts and senses guldo; Ho loves my hoart, for onco It was his own; I cherish te because In me it bides; My hath my heart and I have his. Sir Philip Sidney. Tho Tattooing of n Juiiancse. A Japaneso when ho desires to bo tattooed goes to an artist with tho design he wishes to havo Indelibly imitated on his body. Tho artist sketches tho doslgn more or less In full detail, as tho circumstances of the caso may require, on the skin of his patron. Then, taking a wooden tool in which fine sewlnR tools aro urmly fixed, the artist applies India ink or a red color made from cinnabar to tho points of tho needles, holds tho tool in the right hand, which rests on tho thumb of the left hand, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 April 1886

'Jf rm -P TvWf?(JW"W '"W '$T; F- C 'f ' A?T s. I. 4' ' ? uiSaL . , t , , '.vVt" SP ESS 'VOL. II. NO 49. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, MONDAY, APRIL 261886: WHOLE NO. '202. HE PULLED HENRV CLAY'8 NOSE. JJcoftftsional (garbtf Dttfihwjss (Eatfus. gusmej&c Citrbc. Insurance polices. Vclutp ghippmg. r? r - . 1 , ' "V. if Kecollpctlona of an Old Ilaltlmoro Harbor The Story of a Mr. Thomas Harvey Is the namo of a colored gentleman Who maintains a bazar In closo proximity to the Union depot. There are few old BaltU moreans who do not know him, for the inusle of his good broad-sword razor boon heard In onr leaumg Hotels since tno days of Andy Jackson. "Yes, sir, that is a monstus fine picture of Mr. Clay," ho said pointing to a very old chromo of the great Kentucky commoner inclosed a tsmall franco and suspended on the wall of his shop. "I ought to know," continued Harvey, with a proud smile. "I shaved Mr. Clay the last titno Uo was in Baltimore, and a barber who shaves a great man like hi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 April 1886

feu? i u j THE' IS PUUL1SHBD EVEltY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. 39 Merchant St. TBKJM of sunsaiui'xios. Per annum.. ..... ti... .$6.00 Six months.... ...,.,, 3 Three months....... 1.50 Vermont)!. jocts Postage additional. sW Subscriptions I'ayablti In Advance Brier communication irom alt parts or the Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matter! intended for publication, as well as bus!, new communication! and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pkkss, Honolulu, H. t. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. Arthur Johnotone. Editor and Prop'r. MONDAY APRIL 26, 1886. TREATY NEWS. Now Treaty with Hawaii Washington, April 16th. The Senate Committee on Foreign Relations has -been at work on a new-treaty between this country and the Hawaiian Government It reported the new treaty in the Senate in executive session yesterday with an argument for its adoption. The new treaty maintains the principle of commercial recipro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 April 1886

i w. V" Ai si- ' - . J . -. .'1 .s I ' 1 (.4 v-l v sSi&ir rv Vl. r 1 &'" c . v :. ir .A Ms II Ml 4w Zj1 J" 1 V? J. M. OAT, Jr & ft Co T3E3IB Jjmltj f mmlulir $Vs$$ Will be for ealo Dally tit the? 1'luooH : LOOAXi NEWS. .Merchant street T.G. THRUM t ort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel ureeet Five Cents per Coptf. "BIZ" Go to the Commercial Hotel nt the corner of Nuuanu and Heretania streets, if you want an Ice cold Boca Beer at a reasonable price. The "Commercial" is the only place in town that keeps a good cold lunch throughout the day, and a hot lunch nt night. Don't fail to give thenra trial. Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S. M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal from the best of Island woodsj sold in quantities to .suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly attended to. The Government Schools of the Kingdom commence to-day. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class will meet at seven o'clock this evening. . The Anchor Saloon has opened tempora...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 26 April 1886

h .1 "TV DAILY tiOttgjLULURESS, MONDAY, APRIL 26, 1886. . DARK 8IDE OF THE QUESTION. citentl Jlbbcdiucmtnte (Smcntl Jftbtrttatm cnte. (Sciitttti Jlbbcrticcmcute. (Scncrnl JlbbcvtiBcmcntG. V (Scncrttl f&uuctnu$cmcnt&. -Vv goffering of Wyoming Cattle In Winter llotf Many of Them Perish. I am about tired of reading the highly colored and exaggerated descriptions of the delights of a cowboys life In the "far west,'' combined with the glowing array of figures to prove that the cattle business Is tho business, particularly for Wyoming. Tho country la not what it was a fow years ago, whon cattle could find 'feed, oil every hillside, oven If the snow wrfaa fow inches deep. Tho business has been boomed until there nro more cattle than feed, and still tho stock papers keep up tho cry that Wyoming is the place to invest in. The Ufa of a cow In the west Is one long continuation of hardships from tho time the grass starts in the spring until tho next spring. About six months In the year ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 April 1886

A! if , IIP ( l'' i ' 111 MW!WWfl ' $, h J A ' liiiiHIIll1 ii IiT1 fiTir BaniT' inf" IB rwiMi i nit i Trr i i Tiiirru H Daily Press VOL. II. NO So. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, APRIL 27, 1886. l'l0 WHOLE NO. 203. WOMEN AND WOMEN. Somo women can not build Tho broken altars of tliclr hoarta np p straight, Their weak hands are unskilled Toincnd tho breach that perfidy has mado, And ralso behind tho gate- Of pride, somo newer altars in tho Bhado Ol first dead hopes.' Such womon, it is said, Sit over walling o'er tholr faithless dead. Their idols, when they fell, Shook the twain. fair shrine and rent the veil In J And evermore a knell Bung by tho ghastly wraith of hopo belled, Walls a requiem of undying pain, And moves tho crushed dead at tho altar side. While the dull blasts of ruined love and trust, Eddy around in clouds the dustl Rnmn. In thn rmmbinc shock Of crumbling altars, sink to rise more strong, , And Imlld complotor altars on tho rock Of womanhood; to cast tho past awa...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 April 1886

: ! L OTKCB JJntltj !fttdultt Jrm is runUsitsD EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. TBIlitH OF StlnsOUIPTIOX. Pr annum. 6.oa SI months.. 3.00 Three months '-JO Per months ...... 5 Postage additional. tST flubicrlpltona Payable In Adraticx. Brief communications trora all parts of the kingdom will always bs acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pxiss, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. H., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop V. TUESDAY.., APRIL 27, 1886. The public will please take notice that the Bulletin, with its usual incon sistency, admits, in its local column of yesterday, the very point it refused to admit editorially on the' 13th of this month. We would suggest that.it is a 'bad symptom" to blow too much about faithfulness to the public Unless admissions of truth are sometimes made editorially a...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 April 1886

!: V K v4 M if. " ft- , vtrt J '' V 'l- tw ,. ;. M. OAT, Ik. k Co.. day. noon. THE Will bo for nalo 13 illy at the lJluao : .. 'Mercl.int street T. G. THRUM ....Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel itreeet Viva Cent per Copt. "BIZ" Go to the Commercial Hotel at the corner, of Nuuanu and Beretania streets, if you want an ice cold Boca Beer at a reasonable pric6. The "Commercial" is the only place in town that keeps a good cold lunch thioughout the day, and a hot lunch at night. Don't fail to give them a trial. Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S M. Carter, who has always on hand charcoal from the best of Island woods; sold in quantities tu suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly attended to. LOCAL NEWS. There are eight foreign trading vessels under the Hawaiian flag. The steamer V. G. Hall will be due from Maui and Hawaii to-day. The annual reception of the I. O. O. F. was held in their hall last evening. ' ' Some of the boat crews may be seen practicing in...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 27 April 1886

I A Shoeless nnit slocklnsjlcm People. Tho 10,000,000 Inhabitants of Mexico uso almost entirely home-made- boots, shoos, Bnltere, Bllppers and sandals so far an they wrar any at ull. Shoos In Mexico are. n Europenn tntru duotlon, and do not properly belong to the national costamo. A largo proportion of the population (probably a majority) do not w ear shoes at alL Tho sandal, -which is a solo of leather, raw-hide, or woven maguey fiber, strapped to the bottom of the foot with strings of the Bamc material, Is the only foot covering used by this class of people, and as every man Is his own shoemaker, and the cllmato requlros no protection for Instep or ankle, tho national sandal Is doubtless the most economical, comfortable and hoolthy shoeing that can be worn in this country. In proof of this, tho infantry rogiments of tho Mexican army, armed and equipped otherwise without regard to expense, still wear tho leather sandal in preference to shoes, not solely for tho sake of economy but ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 April 1886

Iff - i -,, r. -, ':-.. & HI h W V' Daily Jr RES8 VOL. II. NO HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. WH''l'x WHOLE NO. 204. K Hf- ' . HYDROPHOBIA VIRUS. CUBA BELLE'S CHAT CONCERNING A NEW AND THREATENING DANGER. What the French Snvnnt Asked at". I'nstetir I A gaoatlon of Highest Interest In a Few Yours Nobody Can Mo Approached 1 with Safety from Contagion. A French savant naked M. Pastenr whether dogs that hod been inoculated for rabies would not bo thereafter ablo to transmit tho disease, and therefore hardly less dangerous than mad dogs? Pasteur replied that tho quobtton was of the highest interest, and ho would give his attention to its solution. With tho arrival of tho Nowark youngsters, who nro supposed to liavo been made hydrophobia-proof by Pasteur's treatment, this question of tho French savant t&kos on a local interest. If dogs which ho has inoculated can impart rabies, bo can urchins whom ho has inoculated. If to the several deplorable varieties of ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 April 1886

TISE J)mfy ! onalulu JVm IS PUBLISHED EVEllY MORNING EXCEPT SUNT) A YS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. xEKiis or airnsoitrvTiox. Peranrrom J6.oo SUmonth . .300 'Ihree months $ rermonth ' 5cts Postage additional. J2 StibtevlpHona 1'aiable in Advance llrief communications from all parti of the Kingdom will Always he acceptable. All matters intended for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pkkss, Honolulu, II. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone, Editor and Prop'r. WEDNESDAY.... APRIL 28, 1886. The proposition of a new treaty seems to have produced general con sternation among our usually valiant contemporaries. One declares that "to accept it is to abdicate a measure of independence, as well as to assume a share of the risks of America's wars almost as great as that of any State in the "Union." We only wish that Hawaii was on a footing, both as to assur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 April 1886

l (, )Jfi c v'i'?', - w? " ; I'-. DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. (t s r r t; ft VV -S ik'C ! V 1 TUB jjmli !f ottolulit $m "Will bo for HftlO U illy nt Iho : J. , M. OAT. Ik. Co. T. (i. THRUM CRYSTAL SOD WORKS IVvo Cfnta jipf Copt. LOCAL NEWS. Merctant itrett , ..lort street Hotel streeet "BIZ" , Go to the Commercial Hotel nt the corner of Nuuanu and Berctania streets, if you want an ice cold Boca Beer at a reasonable price. The "Commercial" is the only place in town that keeps a good cold lunch thioughout the day, and a hot lunch at night. Don't fail to give them a trial. Persons using charcoal would do well to call on S. M. Carter, who has always on hand chaicoal from the best of Island woods; sold in quantities to suit. Orders received for the above will be promptly attended to. The scho'oner Waiehu sails for Paia, Maui, to-day. The steamer Kinau was detained until five o'clock last evening. Services will be held in the different churches as usual this evening. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 28 April 1886

DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1886. CONVENTlOiNAL COLORS (Scncml J.libct'iiccmcntjj. (Scncml Jtbbct'ticcincnls. (general licttiscmcntc. ciicntl dtfibcriiscincitts. T (general Ijcrxiucmctttfi. WHICH PREVAIL IN THE DECORATION OF 8TORE3 AND SHOPS. Oortittn Colon InsllnctUoly Itecognlted as Koiircsontllip; C'ortnln Urnnobes of Commerce "VVIiat ltort nnd Greeu Tell of Blue, Red, Dead lllnck. ".Conventionality, my dear Blr," an old Now Yorker to n young companion the other duy, "does n great many more things than you might imagine It settles the rank of families, the stylo of carriages, tho price of luxuries, and oven the.'palntlng of stores." Tho companion looked incredulous, but wisely maintained sllenco, and tho old Now Yorker wont on "Yes, oven the colors used in painting places of business are conventional. Perhaps you might not have noticed it, but certain colors are recognized by resident-) of this city as representing certain brandies of commerce. Take, for instance, ...

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