The Scranton tribune. (Scranton, Pa.) 1891-1910, January 26, 1894, Page 6, Image 6
THE SCRANTON TRIBUNE-FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 2G. 1S94. MITCHELL IS KNOCKED OUT Concluded from paga 1. MITCHELL GREETS CORBETT. The Two Fighters, wheu Arreatad, Trade Perfunctory Oompliinent. Jacksonville, Fla. , Jan. Ho, Soon after the return of Mitohell to the Ev erett house, ami of Corbett to the St. James hotel,' both were arrested on warrants charging them with having cooiuitted the offense of lighting by atfreeuient. The men were both taken to the court house, where their bail was fixed nt 7,S00 each. Bonds for their appearance were furnished. The charge against Mitchell, it is understood, will he tried in the morn ing, but Corbett's case will be post poned to ullew him to go to New York to keep his engagement at the Madison fcuUHre garden on Siturduy night. In the event of Mitchell's trial resulting in a dismissal of the charge, as receut precedents indicate will b the case, Corbett's case will he dismissed on mo tion of his attorney without the neces sity of his returning. The two men met iu the court room, Mitchell sending a frieud to Corbett to ask him if he would not shake hands. CVrbett complied with the request and the two pugilists exchanged the stereo typed compliments about each being tue best nun the other ever met. Cor bett has been pleased to say that ho in tended to let Mitchell tight for live or is tcunds, but could not resist the temptation to knock him out iu tho third. THINKS HE WAS WHIPPED. A Mitchell, After Refliotln-,Concluds That Hi Wasn't In It. Jacksonville. Fla., Jan. -After the tight Corbett laid: "1 really did expect the tight to last six or seven rounds, and went into the contest will ing that it should. But I guess the righting instinct got the better of me, for I could not hold back my rjejnt. Mitchell is a game man. No coward would have come back for his punish ment as be did." Mitchell was seen at the Everett house. He had laid aside his chaffing spirit. It may have received a severe shock in the ring. Any way he said seriously: "I met a man who is my superior in weight and height and I n-'W freely acknowledge that he is also my superior iu solenoe. Ho stopped me iu three rounds. Does not that tell the story?" , REPUBLICAN WARD CAUCUSES. Creditable Selections Mid In Etch Por tion of the Borough. Special to thf Seranlon ZWhtM. PoRKST CtTY, Pa., Jan. M. The Re publicans of tuis place met iu Davies' hail tonight for the purpose of nomin ating the officer fur the separate wards. The voters of the First ward met at 7 o'clock. VV. H Leek presided "luring the caucus of the First ward; Dr. Taylor and V. E Wildenberger, tellers. The councilman nominated were Tuonans Brown, sr.. and John Me L.ugblin, by acclamation ; term three years. John N. Jones w is nominated by acclamation' for constable, tor two years. Robert Booth's nomination for assessor was male unanimous For judge of election J. N. Bivins' nomi nation was mad by acclamation. Frank Hollenbeck's nomination for the office of inspector of eleotion was also made by acclamation. F. J. Osgood was chosen as chairman of the Second ward caucus, with W. H. Wildeuberger and C. S. Alexander, tellers. For assistant assessor, Cliuton Rose declined and the nomination was then conferred upon W. H. Wilden berger by acclamation. The following wore suggested for judge of election: David J. Jones, Dr. Knapp and F. W. Westgate. Mr. Jones received the ma jority of the votes cast and was de glared the nominee. Glynn Morgan declined the nomination for inspector of election and F. VV. Westgate was nominated by acclamation for that office. Robert Dunn who was nominated the previous evening for overseer of the poor iu the Sscoud ward for one year, instead of twenty-three years as stated in today's Tltllil'Nit, resigned. Possibly ho thought THI TStBONH term was too long. W. H. Bates was nomi nated by acclamation to fill the va cancy. During the two evenings in which the caucuses have been held great interest has beeu shown and the desire has been to nominate u winning ticket iu the coming tight. m FOREST CITY MISCELLANY. Peraoaale and Other Naw Put Into Readable Paragraph!. Special to the Scrantuit Tribune. Fokust City, Pa., Jan. 25. John E Hughes was iu Scrauton on business vesterday aud A. Horney and L. P. Wedeman today. As the cold weather is again with us a number of people may bo eg wend ing their way up tho Duudaft street hill nnlil they reach Leek's pond, aud theu placing their skates in position, they proceed to eujoy a fow hanpv hours at the exhilartiug sport on the "hard water." A ball was given last night In Cun ningham's hall, over the postoftiue, for the benefit of Johnnie. About three or four month's ago a young man living in Forest City, came to the conclusion that he would sell a watch by chance. A large number of tickets were sold, but the drawing for the watch has never taken place. Those holding tickets would like to have tho drawing take plucu or money refunded. The Dnndafl Pioneer rink will be re opened next Thursday with a three mile race betweon Hsrry Skeels and ami Johu Morrison, of Carbondale. John L. Westlake inteuds moving in his new house soon. Miss Adah Tucker spent the evening in this plsce with her friends. Miss L-ma Reynolds aud Miss Louise West gate. e) INTERESTING FARM TOPICS. They Will Be DUcuaatd at the Tomp klnsville Institute Today. Special to tlie Scrantuii jV6mi. Jekmvn, Pa., Jan Tue pro gramme for the Farmer's insti tute at Tompkinsville Friday and Saturday includes the following speak ers: County Superintendent J. C. Tay lor, subject, "Why Firman Should lie Elucated;" Professor W. R Graves, of Scranton, subject, "The Preserva tion of the Forest;" (Mark Sisson, sub ject. "The State of Washington;" Z. T. Cure, subject, "The World's Fair;" E A. White, subject, "Carp Culture;" John Cure, subject, "How to Rid the Farm of Noxious Weeds." 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Do you realize that this is a reprint page lor page of the great Ediuburg edition sold by Charlea Scrih uer's sons at $5 a vol MOO besides, having nearly 'J, 000 paga of supplemental mat ter added to it and an entirely new line of mane 1800 issue'.' You have always wanted this great work but the price was and is, though Scribner's, $135. It is now within your means and on easy terms of payment. The offer must soon be withdrawn. Give your order now and do uot wait till the closing day. WANT GOOD CITY GOVERNMENT. Interesting and Able Adireeee Made at I lu National Conference. Philadelphia, Jan. 25. The two days session of the national conference for good city government began this morning. Jaiiu-8 C. Carter, president of the City club, of New York, presided, aud interesting aud ablo addresses upon the subject of good municipal government were uisde by Moorefield Stories, of Boston; William G. Low, of Brooklyu; Franklin MacVeagh, of Chicago, brother of Wayne MacVeagh; Charles J. Bonaparte, of Baltimore; George C. Mercer, of Philadelphia, aud Elmund Kelly, of New York. HAD PUT IT IN A BANK. Burglars Who Thought to Get Wealth Were Neatly Fooled. Lewlsbuku. Jan. 25 Lust evening shortly alter dark two maskod robbers entered the house of Isaac Hubler, a wealthy fanner residing a few miles from town, aud terrorized Mr. Hubler aud wife aud wife into revealing the place where they kept their money. The robbera nourished revolvers and searched the house from garret to col lar without interference, but they were able to find only a few dollars. Mrs. Hubler bad only a few days ago deposited a large sum of inonty in one of the town banks. Flfiy Gams for Ten Cents. Heinember that fl f ty beautiful picturos aud uot simply sixteen and they all representing the most notable buildiug and exhibits at the late World's fair can now be obtained at The THtBUM office for Id cents and three coupons. I'art I of the World's Fair Portfolia coutaius these ar tistic gems aud souvenirs, cut your cou pons and get the pictures. Do nrt put off taking medicine. Numer ous little ailments, If neglected, will soon break up the system. Take Hood's Sursa parilla now, to expel disease, giving strength aud appetite. Hood's Pi'ls cures constipation by restor ing tho peristaltic action of the aliineutary . canal. AIM 1 Si J.J 10 Days, Beginning Thursday, Jan. 18. at 10 Al A. B. Brown's Bee Hive, Pittston, Pa. Thousands Bemnants of Dry floods. Clonks and Fur Capes daring sitlc ;ii less than cost oi material, Every inch of OOUnter room covered with the greatest bargains ever shown. Ladle' Felt Bate, this season's styles 103. each. floys' Winter Waists Oo each. Muffs , 30c. each. Clonks $1.50 each. HOSIERY, UNDEltWKAK AND NOTION'S AT QUARTER OF VALUE. COM 10. IT WILL PAY YOU, Great Clearing Sale. A. B BROWNS BEE HIVE, PITTSTON, PA. JATTHEW& BROS. 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