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THE BEST-DRESSED MEN. Hew fork Gwnbler Oo*!y Pr*s« the Society Men. Tbr Hportla* Cf«4Ji Always OoW-bMHiM tks rm*h- IM t» OottM. Sew Yartt S«n. The <iae«ti<m of who is tbe lift dre—>e<l man in New York, is one that is of ten übd. Ktit «Uom wtwcrttl in a satisfactory way. It ii probable that Krekrick Oeb hard, Esq.. of th- Langtrr company, Uk»-. the tftfl in point of tbe general fit, finish and costliness of hU ward robe; bat it I* doubtful if be would pass »• tbe best dressed man in N'W York, for tbe rea-on that be is neither graeeful or elegant. He i« big ami brawny, but, unfortunately, be is also bc-oming fat. and a fat man never can fr* a» an \ Umin in New York. It in generally wmM that IJerry Wall has retired from hi* throne as monarch of dsdedottt. Thi« is j<a r'.ly be< au«e he is married and -ettted down, and alio became the girth of hit w*i«t is inrrca-irig with "Jib re markable rapidity, that a perfect fit of hi* clothes i« no longer a p"-«ibility. Mr Wall - honors were won ea-ily. lie is one of the few men about town who never courted notoriety. but really disliked to see his name in the paj<r>. and the dignity of Use "King of the Uudes" wa* thrust upon him. Hence he feel* no sentimental misgivings about bis dethronement. Robert Milliard, who i- by long odds the most vigoron- and original of the rival claimant* to Mr. Wall'" throne, has Ijeen a!«erit from New York so much of late that people have forgot ten him Mr. Milliard's succe-s a* a leader of fashion wa« more or less bumpered by the fact that he was an actor Tfoi* i* true of other men in the <iramatj< profession. For irmtanre, HerU-rt Kebey i« well known on Brot>!wijr, and, tho igh bin clothe* fit him with a great degree of nicety, he i* by no a leader of fa«fiioti. Hi* <lothe* are not made in New York, but there i.* nothing Engii«b about them He baa f oil owe* i the prevailing American method of hav ing the clothe* fit the man instead of fit the wtvle Vievreo from a strictly fashionable point John Drew is j*rhaf>f the i*-t --drefHCd of our lf»cai leading men, but hi* attire has not created much excite ment of late, he ha- not been ar»|*e*rinK in what are technically known a- "dres-y" piece*. The only actor who ever really held a position of importance ana leader of fashion wai Charlw 4'oghlan, He wan essentially a actor a r one time, and he devoted *o much time and attention to hi-* attire that he eas ily arhieved prominence among the really very large number of men in New York with whom clothes i-. the mo«t important feature Since Mr. Coffhlan's di*ap|«earance from the metropolitan *ta#e a young man naoied Otiimar ha* suddenly blo;*- Momed out with a tremendous spurt in the matter of clothe*. He i* heav ily handicapped by nature, since hi* fig ure is thin and lient, but the variety and scope of his garment.** are very great. This i* inrtu ularly the ca*e with his * oats, lfe has seven or eight light drab and mauve-tinted box coats. which create a sensation every time that he drives in Central park. K 11. Hothern devotes a irre.it deal of attention to his clothes. Hi* tailor is on Union square, and he has made a studv of the young comedian's fig ure. There is no fault in the frame work anywhere that hax not been care fully ron«idered by the tailor, and the comedian's rlothe* occupy a good share of his time when preparing for anv new piece on the stage Bo them's tailor also dresses Pixey and <ioodwin, and vet neither is a weil-dreaeed man. They don't know how to wear their clothes, and don't can- a rap one way or the other. Ooodwin's clothes are showy and sometimes loud, and he ha- a great many «uits, but there is invariably .something theatrical al»out his apjiear ance. Actor* go alMiut the question of clothe. m » manner that wn:ild startle 1411 ordinary man. It i« tlirir lni«ine-s to look well oil tilt.' anil they otudy the subject carefully. Any tailor who trie» to give them point* mutt l»e exceedingly expert, aa a rule, hut. singularly enough. tt i» oiilt the d re.-coat or .moiety actors of tlie Hothern Kelcey type who display their carefulness in the matter of raiment Men like < rcighton Webb, Fred erick Vanderhilt ami Orinc Wilson dress very quietly, though well. As a rale, society men are nut lavish in the matter of dress, for the re anon that they rbe late ami seldom have occasion for mora than two suits a day They put on the regulation frock coat for a drive or a walk in the afternoon, ami are always in evening dr»*s« by H o'clock. It is probable that if an up town jury were t«» *it upon <»f tfie attire <»f New the fratn l»lers would c<»nie pretty near winning the chief prirex Nearly till of tin in p«» t«»the crack tailor of the town, ami the) ire km»wn as his 1 «est « u-tenners. Pat Shelly, the for instance, is a man who buys eight or ten sulfa of clothes a vear with great repularitv, whether he Is in affluence «»r iH»verty. The same i« true of DuflTv. the New Orleans fratubler, ami -everal other of the crack Western -»iH»rts. These men may l»e utterly without funds f«»r two or three year* but their cm lit is per fectly Rood at the tailor's lit* knows that he ii sure to cet the niotiev as s»H'ti as they strike luck apiin l»avc Johnson i« pmhalTv the l>e*t~ »lre-»»*tl luati the j:am!»|»r<*. for be never runs to extremes, lie i* mistaken f*r u prosperous man or banker l»y nine-tenth- of the people who meet hint on llrietdwav Men like Kdward *«ilii»ore. K > Htokca. r»Tj«l t';ipt. «'or»a«»r are alwav- well dre-setl, and for the very simple rea-on tint they have f *<r a whila l »»e!i « ;s'omert of the tailor in New York He has standing order to them a «ertain numlier of suits of clothes every year They are alwavs well < lad, ttumgh they devote no particular attention to dre*«s The name n true «»f iomtuis sioner Hess and Senator <Hbt>s. Kol«ert tiarrett. of the llaitiim»re »V Ohio rai'roul. a remarkable man in some re«pect«. when viewed frt»m a tailor's standisnnt He has a'wav«> ha l an Irresistible love f-*r sack eoat* <»f the p -t'p r and \ t »»r ar% . rav ; \ te-n. lie must have have had To or U«> Miits «»f them is» h;- w Whentrer It cum to New v rlt t.» >j*n»l a few day*, his servant w »S.| pack 10or I- ot* the e -uit in )\i% trunks. .» < C with «*n« i'-t - It n- i an overcoat tiarretl w ■< d win der around town and ap pear everywhere in what s u-uallv known a* ''business clothes" The fashion* are unqueatn naMy set in I ontion. Men theve make a life st udy of the subject of dress, and their influence is ». ordiiu*ly felt all « ver the word Men in Paris to 1 >n don c t their 'othe*- as Vmer icans do. but. < riou-lv enough, the same state of th;n>r« has ci»me aN> t in Paris that obtain# in New York. The Yren. h >re uv*re miuv *• ful in fitting it.an th«* En v h Ihi* is al •» tr .« \ • • \ \ r Berry Will during the latter pa- «: lis reijrn. hati nearly ad bis ch* hes i in n Hi \ 1 tin h«* K c lan»l »*• 'asionalh t.» ob rrrr On»t i*i a while be bought K iit'lish «! fhes, b it it was not his r ie bv an\ means, llowel! <>sh»%rt e or a time devoted hi* attention to dre*« but he grew stout and unwieldy that he finally rave up all attempt* in that direction lie now lounge* about Par-* in clothes that are neither well-fitting nor well made WElßffr* i?wcs CREAM JfAKINg toWDE? It* sapertor exoe.teoee proven is raillloM of Homes for nor- taaa • qaarter of a era tury It to nsed by tbe t'o:te4 states GOT em merit. SndorMd S»jr tbe heads of the Great I,'nlTtrsliies as tbe Str«-:isre*t. Pvwt and Mm* Healthfc.!. I<r P-oe's Cream Haglng Fowler does aoteoEtsiu Aamonia. lint or A im. Holdonly to eana. PRICK BAKISO FOWiEB. CO. NW Yeas. CHICAOO. sr. LOT'ia. Put It On Your List. « , a We mean the JCnriTilr^' •lay gift. Your list of •remetnlrtances" will be Incomplete without It For sale by W. A- HasbroU' It. THE First National Bank OK HEAI'I'hK. Seattle. Washington Territory. PAID-UP CAPITAL, - - $150,000 fiKO&fiE W H AKRB, J. fjOOI'FELLFW. President. Cashier. General hnklnf tm«ii»ei»ii transacted. Hlfht *n<! telegraphic ?xrbaa**. payable in till the principal ( 'ties of the Called Hiatal an<l Europe. Dexter Horton & Co., BANKERS, Incorporated 1887. CAPITAL, $200,000. Prod dent W. as. LADD Vice President A. A. DWXWT Manager. J- P. Hurt Caahier B. F. Bp.ioot OIGHT EXCHANGE AND TELEGRAPH IC ic transfers on New York, Chicago, St Paul, mii Francisco. Portland and various point# in Washington. Oregon an.l British Columbia. Might Bin* of Exchange on London.avail able elsewhere in Europe. Collections made at all points on favor able terms. B«m. 1», stock* and other valuables receiv ed on deposit for safe keeT'ing. THOS. 8. KEUTZ, HARRY KRT'TZ, Pri sident. Sec'y and Trees. Washington Loan i Trust Company (IKCORPOBATKD.) Authorized Capital. 1.00,c00 Pal d-»p capital 50,000 MORTGAGE LOANS Improved Farms and City Properly. LOWEST KATES-NO DELAY. Basscn Orrits—ll6 Mill Bf.8 f . (Occidental Block , SEATTLE W. & OKOROE FOWLER, slana*er. Kastkrn Offuxs—2s7 Broadway, New York; +> Hears Buildiu*. Boston. *b*tsrn '>ffh x*—Home Office, Walla Wall*. w T.. Branch Offices, Colfax snd Seattle. SAVINGS DEPARTMENT or THI GUARANTEE LOA* *»IJ TKIKT HHI'JM, Ye,lar-Lettry Block, Mill Street, Opposite Commercial. SEATTLE. - - WASH. TER. I ucorporated use.) Receive deposits in any amounts from on* dollar upward*, ami allow iu- Wtent thereon. Money loaned upon im proved (arm and city real estate. BOIRD or dimctors: LEIGH a J HI'NT frail Jcnt DR. T. T MINOR Vice President EDW. B DoWNINO Treasurer OKOROK II HKII.BRON Secretary DAVID N BAXTER. J. D. LOWMAN. Bulky 0»m«T„ i K. P. KSKRY, President | Vice President. J. Fvhth Cashier. PCCET SOUND NATIONAL BASK OF SEATTLL. OCCIDENTAL BLOCK. Bry AND HELL FOREIGN AND Do mestic transfer money by telegraph to any part of the Cnited State* and Europe, receive d**t«»Mtsof money and Issue paM books or certificates therefor. CO RRKSPOND ENTS liOndon. N. M. Rothm hild X Son* I'ari*. Ik- Rothsehild Fren-»«. Frankfort, A M., I* Von Steijfer <k Co. N.-w York. a«en* y of Hank of California. Chi« a#fo, Commereial National Bank. B«*ton, Suffolk National Bank San Franrtwo. the Hank of California. Portland, the Firnt National Bank. Washington Savings Bank | Incorporated under the Territorial laws. Pott Building. Mill St., Seattle. W T. CAPITAL. - - $50,000. OFFICERS: I w. W. MCIRIMRX rRKMDFNT , b. ii ukakiuirs vicc-raisincNT i II «. HUIOISS CASIUKK A General Banking Business Transacted. Drafts drawn on all |>arts of the world. Interest paid on savings and time deposit*. Hour* -10 a. m. to Sp. m., and Saturday evenings from 7 to9o'clock, j Deposits may be made In person or by registered letter, money order or express, and deposit books will be returned as re- I quested. Money loaned on real estate at reasonable rates C. H. Has fosd. President and Counsel, « Ex *fOV. N I Vice President. M. F. Bakes, Secretary. SEATTLE Title Insurance \ Trust Company. CAPITAL., 525U.000. Reomt 19. 20. 33, 36, U&ioa Blcck Seattle Issues poV.rs of insurance apon Rkai Estmi Titlss. guaranteeing absolute pro t«H turn again*: kws by reason *»f defective ntisa. It assume* at :t, xpc. s,- ? t ;■> of aU legal proceedings instituted in the Interest ,»f aa verse «laimants and relieves the ittsarvd from ail trouble. annoyance, snxietv. cost and erpen.se attending su, h legations. imm NATIONAL BANK Designated Deposltorv and Financial A rent of the UNITED STATES GCVIR**ENT IVaif in f" w *! ' vian*«Tcu. s \ fn-' am t« #«ea Uvrraas «*r Caai»ir. 6'acril Basils siiv;?ss Transict*i. m mm AND TRUST GO. Capital. »100 000 Pa»» interest on depoaita safes and d< posit Ntxea. lUn-eives ir>»si® on »'*>rajre Makes loana. KKhIO WARD. Mam»cer. SEATTLE POST-ISTELLIGENCER WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER M. 1888. PRIMUS AID PUBLISHERS We beg to announce that owing to the large increase of our business, we have decided to dou ble our stock of Type, Presses and Material. Building too small. We have secured lease of a three-story building, and will occupy it entirely about January 1 with the only and complete line of printers' supplies in the Northwest. REMEMBER, that you can buy yeur type, ma terial and machinery 10 to 20 per cent lower from Palmer & Rey than any other house in the trade. Send for estimates and specimen book to PALMER & REY, ■RStW"; Portland, Or. A CABD. The TYPE and PRINTING MATERIA.L n*ed on this paper are from the foundry of PALMER A KEY, and the same give en tire satisfaction. POST-INTELLIGENCEB PUB. CO. SWF BE CAREFUL! WHAT Brand of Spices YOO USE ON YOUK TABLE OH IN YOCR COOKING. PURE SPICES GROUND FRESH EVERY DAY AT J. w. HUGHES', THE TEA AND COFFEE MAN. 806 Frost Street. NOTICE. NO! ICE IS HEREBY GIVEN TO THE stockholders of The Seattle Transfer Company, a corporation organized under the laws of Washington Territory, and hav ing it* principal place of business at Seattle in said territory, that a meeting of the stock holders of said corporation will be held on Saturday, the 9th day of February, A. D. I*B9, at 2 o'clock p. m. of said day, at the Merchants National Bank in Seattle. W, T. The object of said meeting is to authorize the increase of the capital stock, from ll.tf.Uoo to (JUO.OOO. NOAH ARMSTRONG, A MACKINTOSH, J B. METCALFE, CHARLES ARMSTRONG, B. F SHAUBCI, Trustee* of The Seattle Transfer Co. Seattle, Dec. 13, lvw sww YOIT ZJs To take a course in the Business, Shor hand- Typewriting, Penmanship or Eng lish IVpartments of the SEATTLE BCBI NE.HB COLLEGE. Day and evening ses sions. rail or seud for circular. Rooms 21, Xi and 34, Union Block. Front street. P. O. box 4«9. swf Dressmaker froni San Francisco. First-class fitting ami draping at seasonable rate". Gowns designed and made up. .Satisfaction guaranteed. Kuroiiean tailor rule taught. MRS F J MILLER. •w r Room 10. Colonial Block. I SPINNEY Sc CO. : S NATIONAL DISPENSARY. 319 Commercial itreet, corner Jackson. Seattle, W. T. All chronic Diseases of MEN audWOMKN Kuccewfullv treat**!. IX)rT MANH<K)D, Nervous and Physical Debility. Exhaust«*d Vitality, Semina WfAkni-sti, Spermatorrhoea, lmvotvnre Gonorrhoea, (fleet, Syphilis. Premature de cline. Weakness in VVomen, and ail Fn ■■ - tio'.ial Derangement* that result from yo«*1. ful follies or excess in after yearn. URINARY Kidney, and Bladder troubus, Weak Back, «k»norrh«pa, rtlei t, Crystitis, Varicocele, Stricture, etc., prom? t ly and safely cared. No nauseous medic, r e given, nor strong injections used, which c«uw stricture. Charges reasonable. Debility, Ixiasof Viror,Sem :al lx«sst. , s, Nirht Emissionji, De spondency. etc., etc.. rured. YOlllir, MKN "ufft riiiß from tlie effect® of IVUnuiLH youthful follies or indis< r.- tions. should avail themselves of our treat ment. the ifreatcsi boon ever laid at tne a - t*r of suffering humanity. Will guarantee a ive cure in every ease M Men * n?ralluy troabied afc,ru nru Ux> fnN| , leut eTm< . nat;o:is of the b adder. *«->-ompanied bj a smarting or bamiuic s»*nsation; <>u eramt - atuui the urine dejw»sits a sedin.eat » d someUmt« aibamcu is presenL The coter vanes from a bright «»r reddiab b» evei s may ha«. the patient cr> riem-*-s a ak cuing of the system tu a manner be cannot account for. This is the areond »tagt of seminal weakness Many die of this iifß ralty. U'H -ant of fts caa»*. A jerft-etcun and healthy reKoratioo gaaranteed. Oißct bour*, 9 a m to Sp. m.; 6 to Bp. m. Sun<!a> •9 to 12. N B—l moiui unab.e to visit u* may be treated »: rheir home* by correaMMideore. - » •v - , • .v. • \ % m i< or ex» *<* m '*on#«ltatl#i» free daw Seci 10c for the Young Man's Friend, or Guide to Wedlock. WILLIS HOTEL C« riwr Main and Secoo4 st*. Formerly the Paeiflc ) ETJEOPEAN PLAN", WILL OPEN JANUARY 1 iVrr.j.:. v> and th.'-i **h . renovated and chance*! miH * I IMI family hotel. ii«» and :-ath. la<l-« parlor, rents'#mofc in* and rea*t:ng mom*, aud all the com ? >rts <•( * home 1 to maXt' th.« a thoroughly respectable house. Try it. M. \V. WILLIS, Prop. Fint-Claa PriTate Boardlsc Hors*. COB. MARIO* AMD mo NT orer lini Starr. Boar] by 4ay. twt or Bwti ays FURNITURE! If yea &r# going to buy ftiroiture it will be to your interest to examine our stock and get oar prices, for we have the largest stock and the lowest prices, "the same quality of goods considered,' of any furni ture house in the city. We have and are constantly receiving an im mense stock of BEDROOM SUITS, PARLOR SUITS. SIDEBOARDS, HALL RACKS, BOOK CASES, EXTENSION TABLES, OFFICE DESKS, FOLDING: BEDS. And everything that is to be foun in a first-class Furniture Store. 0. W. LYNCH & CO., 117 Commercial Street. CASTOR j FOR INFANTS AHO CHILDREN. *C d \h»«dl>kplallocMldm|Csnonicmri)br,rmini«tu, -,it , nlit -* superior to *ny i««-1 Sour Stomath Divrira I ruteU.®. wit t, . .to ia«.' 1 K.O» Worn*., *•»«»'• «i»premofc*«*« H. A. ARCHES. M. D. I tion. • < i s., wxiord St., trookjjn. N Y I WKuon Mjanons THI uviacc CUKPAJK UA futtoa MM 1 1 1 GRAHAM & DAULTON, LEADING DEALERS TIT CARPETS, Wall Paper, Artist Materials and Picture Franes. We have jnat received a full line of Christmas Cards, Novelties, etc., that mast be sold before January 1 regardless of price. BOSTON" BLOCK SCHWABACHER BROS. & CO., INCORPORATED) Importers and 'Strictly Wholesale Dealers in GROCERIES, HARDWARE, IRON AND STEEL, BUILDING MATERIAL, MINING and BLACK SMITHS' TOOLS, FARMING IM PLEMENTS, ETC., ETC. onr Pricei with either San Francisco or Porttaa<L Printed Price List* mailed on application. SCHWA BACKER BROS. A CO. (tuooar D ) LOUISIIV. VASE With Ebony Engraved Pedestal, Price, - O£SOO. The only fine xmte of thin description w<»t of Chicago Now on exhibi bltion in oar »hojr win-low, with a*i rlfftot a<MurtiMnt of Tut G a-a. Royal Worcester, R.»va: Drenden, Gobelin awl many . th»*r fitip of jittery. An fndlfjf variety of fine China, Porcelain an-J Glassware Holiday goods of every description. Flnett «toc* of Groceries at wholesale and retail in the city. NT. OlxilToerg <fc Son., ■in^r.w, Tl3 »n<l 71S KROJTT HT. McNATT At CIJNGAN, 3M Commercial St.. Seattle, W. T., Wholesale Liquors and Cigars. Kentucky Soar Huh. Fir* Copper and Rye Wltiikie*. Br&ndiaa, Wibm, Kumi ud Oiu Imported Liquor*. Cordials, Bar Syrupc and Cut Goods. COMPLETE CIGAR DEPAETMENT. Examination of *tork and ;irir*-t. an 1 rom *T<on<lea<-» innU-W. L. K. O. SMITH, IMPORTER ASP JOBKKR or Ctyui ud Trttcm, lemcfctoa G*odi, Pipes, Cillery, SUUtiirj, ttL ■ 111 itrMt, Toolar-Lrary Rullilihc. W. ST fote acena lot iko Flar de Madrid Key West Clean. In offering the follow ing list of choice and carefully selected resi dence property we would state that to those who will improve any of same we will give considera ble reduction over list prices. Jackson Street Addition, 12 lots, block 13. 12 lots, block 14. 12 lots, block 15. Only two blocks from Cable road. Will sell by lot, block, or as a whole at lowest rates. Bute's Second Addition. North half block 19. Six lots in all, offered in bulk. Beautifully sit uated overlooking Lake Washington and be tween Cable road. Union Addition, Ten lots near Four teenth street; sidewalk, electric light and wa er supply. Coach line every half hour. Syndicate Addition, Twenty lots on and near Cable load. Every facility for good homes. New schoolhouse con venient. Gas, water and sewerage system at hand. Lots in Terry's Fourth and Fifth additions. IS t U HOLE. Block 16, Eastern ad dition; 10 ots. Block 18, Eastern ad dition; 8 lots. Broadway street addi tion; 136 lots. Southeast corner of Ninth and Madison streets, two lots, 120 x 120 feet. Also following ve acre tracts: No. 50. No. 47. No. 16. C. H. KITTIIER, Janes acd ted stmts, Seattle, - W. T. FOR THE HOLIDAYS! In parchafting Holiday Gifts the first consideration i« what to nmri. the next wher»» to procure it at the lowest price. Nat irtilv u **« on of the vear are attracted by any exten«ire <!i«pUT of Ha!> Jr and generally lo«e right of the fa t that the frreater the ih+ price. ltT ** CRAMPED FOR SPACE. At the present moment we hare thousand* of useful and tmbotantiai Gift* from a Ve«>nt handkerchief to. a I,ondon-I>ved B—it*»m rv^w t , ""t tunately through Uck of -tore room we cannot 'i«r!a\ Uinv ' a *%- WHAT THEN IS OUB BESOT Reine v.nable to make an appropriate ili-piiv we recognize the -.,,„ «ome counter-attraction, and our remedy i« j'-tthi-. W» hare t.""-I^7Si selected and a» serviceable an a-*ortnient of Holidav Uift.as inr u % our line, and we propo-e to offer ihem at I.OWER PRICES than an? ho-"*- the Nrth»e«t We invite the public to te«t the aceur-A< vof tint a compari.-on our price*. """*•? Mail Order* Carefully Executed -anipies Sent Free on Application. DOHENY & MARUM, Corner Columbia and Front Btreett. Heattlf v » SWF * * «• Holiday Announcement. Men's Furnishers. P. C. YOUI I, 816 Front Street. We have received a Magnificent Stock of everything in our line Especially Adapted for useful Holiday Presents. nr " SPECIAL." STANDARD FURNITURE CO. Occidental Knildin?, Cor. Second and Mill fits. We invite the ladies of Seattle, and the public generally, to call at oat mammoth salesroom and iuspect the largest and best selected stock of furni ture and upholstered goods in the territory. Our chamber suits, parlor and dining room furniture in walnut, mahogany, oak and clierry, are of the very latest designs. We make a specialty of highly-polished chairs and rocket*, and carry a full line of art goods, cabinets, music stands, easels, and many odd pieces rpecially suited for the holidays. Respectfully, SCHOENFELD & HEYMAN. SWF ARE YOU TIRED OF LIVING? IF NOT THROW AWAY THOSE LIGHTSO LED SHOES THAT LEAK A SI) MAKE VOIR FEET DAMP THIS WEATHER. LAT A-IDE THiKE UNHEALTHY KI'HBEKS AND HO TO TOCR >H'IF! DEALER FuK CAHN. NICEELtiBURG A C« S CELEBRATED CjlM. MCjCKkSBURQ \CO 'MfoQDfOtft MJ ws EVERY TAIR GUARANTEED. THESE SHOES ARE MADE WITH HEAVY' CKEEDMORK BOTTOMS AND THE FINEST FRENCH CALF t'PI'RRS, AND DOUBLE FASTENKD, BOTH SEWED AND H'REWFD FOR SALE BY AVS DEALERS IN SEATTLE AND EVERYWHERE. MANUFACTURED BY CAHN, NICKELSBURG & CO, SAIST FRANCISCO. Iv AHC)>iS()3», Snle^inan, ,wr Rooms 67-68, Yetler Block, Stattle. MANUFACTURERS f.K THE CELEBRATED FOREST KINO LOGGING SHOFC) THEJ NEW FIRM OF SIM [SON BROS. Are Selling BOOTS AND SHOES Cheaper than they have ever been sold before in Seattle. Remember the Place, 807 Front Street SI MI K( JX" I mos. The Greatest Variety —— AND Lowest I Vices AT LEVY'S SEATTLE BAZAAR, *>slo, Commercial Street. SILK PLUSH ALBUMS, With Silver Ornaments, $1.25.