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TflE BAGHELOR’S CHRISTMAS.
Before the glowing fire I sit, -
Within uneasy chair.
I feel of worry not a whit,
And say good-bye to care. ’
And mahy greetings I receive
_ From friends, and give them. too,
And many pleasant tales I weave ‘
Before a chosen few.
A book of Christmas tales I read,
And songs the bards have sung,
And dreaming pleasant dreams indeed,
I think once more I’m young.
The dwelling of the bachelor race
Is Worthy of a rhyme:
It is not such a lonesome place,—
The club at Christmas time.
. —The Club.
THOSE TFLEGRAMS
J, .
WHICH PASSED BE’X‘VEEN COL.
HAENES AND GOV. BERRY.
The Full Decision in the Case
Against the' Military Board, He
renuy' Rendered by the Supreme
Court. 1
[Continued from yesterday’s daily]
It would seem to be an awkward state of
affairs theta justice of the peace or the
mayor ofa city should suddenly assume
control of a. company or a regiment of
troops, without previous notice to. or or
der from their superior oificcr; and we
observe that wherever such is the law. it is
provided that immediate notice of the
calling out of troops shall be sent to the
governor. But nothing of the kind is pro
vided for here, and if it were to be adnnt
ted that section 860 means the National
Guard. when it says “armed force,” it must
follow the; the orders of the local officers
need in no way he communicated to the
governor or any other unitary official ex
cept the immediate commanders of the
men required; and Companies B, D and E
could just as well have been sent by the
sherifl from Seattle to Gilman or Franklin.
or where not, without consultation with
the colonel of the regiment as with it.
Such would not be a military system. and
we do not think we mistake when we say
that his Excellency, the commander-in
chief, would not have tolerated such pro~
ceedings for a. moment.
We hold, therefore, that the officers
mentioned in section BRO could not di—
rectly require any organized portion of the
First Regiment to muster for the Gilman
service.
But, being there, the next question is,
were not these men in the service of the
county? If they were part ofthe sheriff's
posse we find no authority for making
them compensation out of the county
treasury. The service of the citizen as a
member of the posse comitatus is one
which is based purely on patriotism and
strict duty, and has never, so far as an in
vestigation goes, been a compensated ser
vice. Thcy were not deputy sheriffs, who
must be appointed in a particular way,
must give bonds, and cannot be more
numerous than the commissioners pre
viously decide. (Acts 1890 p. 312.) More
over the counties of the state are not re
sponsible for the preservation of the pub
lic peace, and the execution of the
laws.‘ The officers are so, and the
counties are, bylaw, required to compen
sate the officers to the extent of their sal
arles; but that is all. In some of the
states, as New York and Pennsylvania,
there are statutes under which certain
counties are liable for damages caused by
rioters, but those are exceptional CfLSES.
Darlington vs. The Mayor, 31 N. Y., 164.
County of Allegheny vs. Gibson, (3 Pa.
St. 397.
Every cfi'ense committed is against the
peace and dignity of the state, and it is in
behalf of the state that all measures are
taken to preserve the peace, and execute
the laws. When the statutes impose upon
counties, or other municipal hodies, cer
tain duties and expenses in that behalf
they are bound to assume them, but what
ever is not thus imposed is not thus. as
sumed. , .
A Candidate for Keelev.
" New ' York LeLle;.: V'J’he ingenious ex
cuses for begging have often been com
’mented upon. Tlxejabesb, however, takes
the confeciaonevy, so in spealr. You must
Hot. 'be surprised if some husky-voices],
blur—eyed (vra,n)p§homd button—hole yuu m
City 1:13” Park fora s-nqll comributyion to
pay 1.115 expenses at White Plains while he
is pemgpm. through the bi-chloride of gold
curg‘. A ‘ ' ,
“Drink has brought meto this.” said a
man wii-h'no Shh"; L-Q his infr‘nded victim.
“Thai. is evidem—you (1131'!) to tackle
Keeley."
”That’s just What'- I‘m going; to do. sir.
I‘m taking up this small collvcl lon for (bat
very fiuv'pose. Every Nile helps me on
the. rlrzhb .0213. God bless you, sir! ‘I
Wish 10 ,t'ei'o=.m—by i-be way, sir, I am led
to believe through .tue nnhlic p.mls, as
ibey circulale betweed’ my legs in the park,
that this IJi-clo"i(se—of-gold cure pm a man
right; Pgac': v 0 w Jel'e he began drinking?”
'l‘hait’syvhlat they claim,”
“Right; back fowbeae a lemonade wil h a
stick in it fasies delicious. and where a
sbe"!'y cobb'eris a species ofdissipaiion.
That seems ‘very nice. I alrail try to get
there, sir, for I have reached that stage
where five fingers of culinary whisky has
In more eCfecL on me than water and where
I can’t. tell gin rrom kerosene. I Want to
begin life over. ” .
A Tale of Two Mum.
N. Y. Recorder: A woman with a mink
muff stood looking at the contents of a
showcase in one of the large Sixth avenue
stores the other day. About four yards
from her at-the same counter was another
woman with a mink muif. The second
women moved away leaving her mull also
and moved along toward the place where
the other woman’s mufi" lay. She looked
and admired the contents of the showcase,
and then absent-minderlly put her hands
in the mink mufi' which was in from: of
her. Avoice at her-side made her jump.
“Madam, you have my muif.”
“@gmuse me, thi§ is rpvmull‘flf
“I beg your pardon, but you have your
hands in my mufiL—and my purse is in it.”
Then the first woman undderstood. She
took in the situation at a. glance. She saw
her own muff at the further end of the
counter, but the position was awkward and
she grew red in the face. ‘
“Please pardon me~you are right—my
muff is over there—see ? They are alik e—l
hope you understand—«l’m very sorry.
How could I have made such 9. mistake ?"
The other woman’s face was un respon
sive. She granted nothing. She was pale
with rage. The innocent, absent minded
ofi‘ender looked pained and amazed. Long
after the other woman with the mufi'had
gone, thewnrds wing in her ears: “You
have your hands in my mufl' and my purse
ig in it.” She knew how it felt to be con
victed by circumstantial evidence.
An lllinois Statesman.
“Long” Jones, as he is familiarly known, 1
isa conspicuous candidate for governor of
Illinois. to be elected next year. Although
’MF- .Ipnes is a stench republican, and is
"chairman of the sink; commiiiee. he pro—x
poses Lo stand. as a cillzens’ candidate, and
will no doubt make a. strong canvass. Mr.
Soneswas years ago a member of the Illi
nois legislature, and a sl_ol'y is told oi him
illpstralive of the peguhar idiom of South
ern Illinois, of which section be is a nabiVe.
A democrat. who had the floor one day in
~Debem ber called the spenker’s attention to
'.the fact that film sergeant-abarms had been
remiss in his duties, as follows: “Mr.
Speaker, there air no ink in the bottle ;”
whereupon Mr. Jones, unwinding his
“gangling” legs and untelescoping his lank
bofly, rose, dignifiedly and, sweeping his
lengthy arms scomfully toward the demo
cratic side. fairly bellowed wiLh rug-e: ”Mr.
Speaker, there are mi: in the bottle, but
"the ink are froze.”_
33* Backfin’s Arnlca Salve.
i”; The best salVe in the would for Cuts,
ifiluises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, I-‘ever
Efibre‘s, Teiter, Uhapped Hands, Chilblains,
EQED'mS, and ’all Skin Eruptions, and posi
’:fiwlv cures Piles, or no pay required. In
figigégnayanteed to give perfect satisfaction,
ggiirgfigmney refunded. Price .iacents per box.
gggfgggpaile by Acme drug store, Marr & Ross,
gggmrletzars. ’2
“3511/ ,- ‘
flaax‘anteed Cure. ,
We authorize our advertised druggisis
to sell Dr. King’s New Discovery for Con
sumption, Coughs and. Colds, uponV this
condition. if you are afliicted with a
Cough, Cold or any Lung, Throat or Chest
Lrou )le, . and will use this remedy as di
rected, giving it a. fair trial, and experience
no benefit, you may return the bottle and
have your monev refunded. We could not
make this offer old we not know that Dr.
King’s New Discovery could be relied on.
It; never dissapoints. Trial bottle free at
Acme drug store, Marr & Ross proprietors.
Large size 50 cents and $1.0).
[hen Baby was sick, we ga; re her Castoria.
”When she was a Child, she or ied for Castoria...
W hen she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
‘When she had Children, she g ;ave them Custom
Watch Gum-(ls.
One of the nicest holiday presents from a.
lady to a gentleman friend or relative is a
beautiful watch guard made from her own
hair. Mrs. W. R. Lotz makes them; Sam
nles‘ab Rose & Godard’s jewelry store.
Leave orders at TRIBUNE office. "
" Wood and Bark. ‘
All kinds of dry wbod and bark» for qal‘e
by the undersigned, sizes to order. >
JOHN D. REAGH.
Office at Foster (51, Laberee‘s. Tel. 3.
Cheap Rates.
For cheapest rates to St. Paul, Milwau
kee, Kansas City, Chicago and all points
East and Southlapnly to J. C. Percival,
agent; Union Pacuic xi. R. 112411,»
Proposals Wanted.
SEALED proposals, in duplicate, will be re
ceived by Llw Board of Trustees of the
Western Washington Hospital for Insane until
January 3, 1802, at 9 o’clock, a. m., for iaruish
ing the supplies hereinafter named, delivered
at Lake View fimtion, within twenty-live days
alter award of contract. Bidders will s:penil‘y
kind and quality of goods bid on and when so
designated, samples will be required.
Bids to be sent to W. J 1 Fife, secretary board
of trustees. Western Washington Hospital for
Insane, Fort Steilacoom, Wash, and marked»
“Sealed Proposals for SLuLppljegi‘L _ L
The trustees reserve the light to reject any or
an bids. ; GEO. D. SH ANNUN,
A. ‘B. STEWART,
. W. J. FIFE,
_ Trustees Hospital for Insane of Western Wash
ing on.
, Fort Steilacoom, Washington, Dec. 5, 1891.
100 iron beadsteads, 2 feet, six inches Wide,
woven wire mattress, angle iron or wood mil,
wooden casters; J 0 mattresses, wool, 2 feet 6
inches Wide; 12 mattresses, wool. 3 feet 6 inches
wide; 6,bedroom sets, state kind; 100 yards car
pet, sample, 3 ply; 200 window shades, 102 inches
x 36 inches; 50 setteos, 8 feet long. hard wood:
slats, iron feet and. arms; 45 round tables, 4 feet,
fir or spruce; 6 hard-wood tables, 3%)18 feet: 150
bed room stands, state kind; IL3 wood-bottom
chairs: :0 Boston rockers; 3bar‘ier chairs; 300-
ieet 114 fire-hose, aumple: alts-inch brass noz-v
zles', Pg; 132 rubbers ior Stairs, :3 feet 1;» inches;
24 rubber cuspidores. d 7-2 w
Columbié River and Puget Sound Navi
gation Company’s
STEAMER FLYER.
Seattle-Tacoma Route.
TIME‘CARD
Commencing Sunday, Nov. 19, 188].
‘l?"‘s3; ”__—
SEATTLE .. . . . .7:45 a. m. TACOMA. . . .....9z15 {l.lll.
TACOMA..... ..9:45 a.)n.SEATTLE.....H:IS a. m.
SEA"‘TI.E .....11:30 a. m. TACOMA ......1200'1). m.
TACOMA ~.,..1:301). m. SEATTLE. , . . ...3200 p. m.
SEATULE‘.....3:ISD. 1n.‘TAC0MA.H....4145 p. m.
TACOMA.‘.SIOOp.In.,SEA‘(‘TLE.......G:3fJp. m.
, LANDINGS.
Commercial Dock, near West Seattle Ferry,
Seattle. '
N. P. R. R.‘ Co's wharf, Tacoma.
- ' ' U. B. SCOTT, Pres.
SAVE $5.00 to SIO.OO. Arrangements have
now been completed between this company
and the B. B. & B. C. By. 00. whereby
passengers to and from Puget Sound ports
and points south will be sent via our Mis
sion oranch, which extends from Mission
Junction, on the Main line, to Hunting
don, _on the boundary, and the“ B. B. & .
O. Ky., which extends thence to New What
-90331,_.Wa5h.; _ ’ u _
' Daily service between all upper Puget
Sound points and New Whatcom.
Canadian Pacific Railway 3 Royal Mai
Si‘eumship line—China, and JapauV
Empréss Of India
Sails £rom Vancouver, Jan. I :2.
For full particulars call on or write D. E.
Brown, Assistant General Passenger Agent,
Vancouver. B. 0., or ,
A. W W lsner, Agent,
Chilherg Block, Main st., Olympia.
.A. FREE TRIP
—TO {run——
, .
WORLD 8 E ‘AIR
COMMENCING MAY 1, 1893
The History Company of San Francisco,
Cal. (capital stock $500,000) the oldest and
largest publishing house on ‘the Pacific
Coast, this day announce that they will
give. ABSOLUTELY FREE, :2. ticket to the
World‘s Fair and return, including meals
enroute one week (7 days) hotel accommo
dations, six admission tickets to the expo
sition, grounds, two tickets to leading
Chicago theatres and such other privileges
as may insure a pleasant trip, to deservmg
persons, who comply with their require
ments.
NOTICE
Those desiring to go to the World’s Fair
and who coul not otherwise do so, can ad
dress usat once for full particulars. This
offer does not Mapply to persons of means
who are in a position to meet the expenses
of such a trip themselves, but to enterpris
ing, intelligent young men and women who
can apEreciate such an opportunity and
maker. e most of it. Teachers, clergyman,
students, farmers’ bright sons and daugll-'
ters, in fact any all possessing energy, en
terprise and character wiil be eligible.
run CHANCE or A LIFETIME. ,
Every voung man or woman who desires
to go to Chicago and see the’ wonders of the
greatest exhibitions the worid has ever
known, should address us at once. Such
an opportunity is rarely offered and the
trip will be the event of a life time to those
Who go. Address '
, THE HISTORY COMJMNY
1 ran nrs'rorw BUILDING
i 723 Market St, . San Francisco, Ca].
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Time Card to take eflect Sunday Nov. 1.
v No. 1.
Lenve...............01ympm............9:40 a. m.
Arrive...............Ten1n0............10:30a. 11:.
NO. 2.
Leave................Teuin0............10:50 a. m.
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NO. 3.
1mve...............01ymp1n..........,.8:50p. m.
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Arrive”............01ympia............5:55 p.m.
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Nos. 1 and 4 run daily. Nos. 2 and 3, daily ex
ogrn; Sunday.
he morning train makes close connection
with the Northern Pacific train from Tacoma.
to Portland and the evening train connects
with the train from Portland to Tacoma.
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all princzpa ames.
Collections a Specialty.
State Bank of Olvmma.
, CAPITAL, SIOO,OOO.
E.W. Annnmws, President. DIRECTORS: R. G. Hooxss, Cashier
F. R. Brows, . u re A. 0. Going: Hooker
E W Aw‘? Ffvifewell, R‘ o.B.Eaton,
H. V. Ogden.
Transacts a General Banking business.
”Savings deposits received in sums of $1 and upwards and interest allowed thereon
‘ THE WEST SIDE MILL COMPANY
Rough and Dressed Lumber, Sash am} Doors, Builders’ Hardware, etc.
Dry Floorlng,Rustlc, Lune
, City Office _and Yard, Fourth-st. Bridge; Tel. No. 71.
BANK

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