Bedford Star, May 1, 1875

Bedford Star

May 01, 1875

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Bedford Star (Newspaper) - May 1, 1875, Bedford, Indiana J^ohxk «Tohxisoxs., J'r. mX)-, MAY 1, Vol. 1, No. ia. M At a meeting of the citizens of Bed-f.,rd opposed to the ticket nominated on the 17th inst., held at the court-l»ouse on Thursday evening, Col. V. V. Williams was chosen chairman and Horace Richardson Secretary. On motion of T. C. Williams, a iwmmittee of five was appointed by the chair to select candidates for the various offices to be filled at the election on Monday, May 3d. The committee reported the following ticket, which was unanimously adopted: Trustees.—1st Ward, Logan Fij^h; 2-.i Ward, Nathan L. Hall; 3d Ward, William M. Dunihue. Ci.erk and Treasurer.—K. D. Owen. Marshall—George J. Brown. On motion of N. Orooke, a committee of five was appointed to draft resolutions expressive of the feelings of the convention. The following reolii-tions were reported and adopted: Resolved, That to the end that the ^Yge debt of our tdwn may be gradually reduced, and entirely extinguished, we are in favor of, and demand of all town officers, the strictest and most rigid economy in the management of the affairs of the corporation. Resolved, That we will resist, by all lawful means, any and all acts that may endanger the prosperity and efficiency of our Graded School, and that we are unalterably opposed to the reduction or cutting down of any of the grades now established therein, but that we demand that the same shall be BO arranged that the smaller scholars shall have the privelege of attending school an equal number of hours each day with the larger ones. Resolved, That we demand a reduction in the salaries now paid town officers, and pledge ourselves to secure iuch reduction if the candidates this evening nominated shall be elected. Resolved, That the proceedings of this meeting be publishsd in the Bedford papers. On motion, the convention then adjourned. V. V. WILLIAMS, h. rtchardson, Chairman. Secretary. For a goodTi^chT go to Unkel's. The great question agitating the minds of the citizens of Bedford is: ^'ShslI we have anew board or retain the old one?" The next thing in importance in regard to the board question ia to have good board, and that you can't have without one of T. J. Cain's choice roasts or steaks. The choicest of fresh meat will be served up at his meat market to day. ALMOST A MUBDER! jerome noggle -is strltck on the head by buck holler at the sand pit on thursday, and has his skull fractured in three places. An aflray took place at the sand-pit, below town,on Thursday afternoon, between "Buck" Holler and Jerome Noggle, two workmen on the L. N. A. & C. R. R., which resulted in the probable fatal wounding of" the latter. The facts, as we gather, them, are as follows: Noggle was lying in the caboose asleep, when Holler came in and awakened him. Noggle became enraged at this, and struck Holler a blow in the face. H. said nothing at the time, but in a short while afterward (probably five or ten minute?) seized a stick of stove wood and struck Noggle several terrific blows on the head, fracturing his skull in three places, and knocking him out of the door of the car. The wounded man was taken to his heme in Salem, and it is thought he cannot survive his injuries. Another version of the affair is that the quarrel originated in regard to a deck of cards which "Noggle had borrowed from Holler. Holler's whereabouts at last accounts were not known'. INTERESTING NEWS. Floor oil cloth Malott's. Limberger chee|e at Mader's. Base balls of alljkinds at Ellis'. Get the baby a^' wagon at Parks & Lane's. | Parasols from 30 cents to $4.00 at Duncan & Waltoafl'. If you want thefbest fitting and best made vest, go to Morris. If you want the ¿est fitting" and best made pants, go to Morris. Ladies' lioublelCuff Lisle Thread Gloves at A. E. .D|iscoirs. Summer Shawls—new and elegant stock—at Duncan p Walters', cwitzer cheese, the best ever made, can be had at the MaderHouse. Fresh mackerel Jrom $1.25 to $1.60 per kit at Duncan Ladies' Skirts— & Walters', a choice lot-Walters. -at the People will get But what of that? furnish them such them wish they that they mi fresh crack iardinesf^erriDg, liun^y on show day. j^igust Unkel can ^^nch as will make ere hungry again, more of his nice chelse, sausage, cakes, " What's the matter on the west side »f the »quare?^ Some one must be hurt down there-Vlet's go and see." And nearly every one from the north and south sides of the square rushed down there, and oh! what a spectacle presented itself! August Unkel had charged and started l^iis new Alaska Soda Fountain, and every one was engaged in testiiig and praising the excellent quality of the sparkling, health-giving acids, as they werq emitted from the beautiful silver tulips extending from the magnificent ItWian marble chest, and into large cut-glass goblets, where it was intermixed \^ith the most delicately flavored, delicious syrups, in the manufacture of whiqh August is a success. You will never know all the advantages of living in' a. metropolis till you have patronized the Alaska. SPRING TRADE. J. W. Hudson,W^the stone front building has now^^^n a most choice assortment of m^s, Wouths, boys and children's nej?€tyles and cuts of clothing of all sizes,^om threayears up. Suits from $3 to $50. Every farmej^ andgranger that has not one of those\American watches to give him the corrwt time, are respectfully invited to pail on (J. N. Rouse, at the sign of tlje big watch, south side the square, an^ exa'mine and get the lowest cash pirices before purchasing elsewhere. Funs fromMjO cents to $1.60 at Duncan & Walters'. store of Duncan & Real Hair Swi ;ches for $1,50 and upward at A. E. ^ )riscoli's. For twenty dayl 800 rolls of AVall Paper, at cost for|cash, at Malott's. Ladies' Silk Belts, jib or steel buckles, for fifty centfe, at A. E. Driscoll's The cheapest and best tin ware at Heilger Bros., ea^ side of the square. The low prices; at Heitger Bros., east side of the square, will astonish you. j' Pickeled herring, the nicest thing in the fish line everleat, for sale at the Mader House. 1 Everything in the dry goods line and at prices that can not help pleasing at Hostetler & Co. i If you want the best fitting and best made coat, warranted not to cut in the eye, go to Morris. \ Don't forget that at A. J. Hostetler's is the place to get-ihe latest style of hats, at panic pricesj The "Albani" Corset, an excellent article, for one dollar, at A. E. Driscoll's millinery store[ Go see the Men's Calf Favorite Alec-cie, the admiration bf all. They are at A. J. Hostetler's. W. A. Land, attorney at law and general collecting agent, office south side of the public sqaure. The very latest s^iyle note papers in great variety at the People's Drug Store, east side of the square. The carpet warp sold by A. A. Ma-lott is reccom mended by the weavers to be the best in the market. If you want thd best work of any kind, then go to the best mechanic, for the best is always the cheapest. Ladies, give Hostetler & Co. a call. They delight in showing their extensive stock of new goods and notions. Heitger Bros., the popular stove a*nd tinware men, have moved to Aley'sold stand on the east side of the square, Malott's is headquarters for anything usually kept in a first class variety store. Everything; sold at bottflfm f»ricea for casli or produce. A WORD TO THEi WISE IS SUFFICIENT. It's a very com mi n thing, now-a-da3's, to find men watch makers, and pie by repairing wat to b» jceiving the pe«> ihes, when they know nothing about the trade whatev er—repairing old par •etending ;s instead of ic-dei;jng a good ime and service. G. N. Roui^ and made new. erienced work- sorting new ones, rei watch worthless for Take your watches and have them repair He is an old and e man, and can convincq^ any one of the fact who will call at|the sign of the Big Watch, south sid| public squaj^-.WOOL! WOOL!! WOOL!!! Duncan &' iValters/want an unlimited quantity of wodI,- for which they will pay the highest ^market price in cash, or will make it Interesting to the seller to take in exchange woolen goods, yarn, &c., of which they have in store a large and superior article, purchased with special referenc(| to the wants of the farmers and farmers' wives of Lawrence county. Bring! on your wool.TOWN B,bNDS. Bedford, Ind., April 22, 1875. All persons holding Town Bonda past due, or due in iJune, will plea^ present them for redemption, as I haVe the money on hand] to pay them, alw interest for May ani June. TJ H. Malott, Cler^-and Treasurer. FISHING TACKLE. Warren's celebrated Hooks, the begi in the world for catching salmon, pike or other large fish. ' Also the Engliii hand-made Limerick Hooks of ail kinds. Lines of all kinds. Richardson & Co, It is important to the people that a first-class and reliable meat marked should be kept up in Bedford without intermission, and as Sullivan & Green« propose supplying ihe citizens of Bed- -ford with choice fresh meats through' the summer months, we urge upQjfi-our readers to patronize them liberally. North-west corner public square. John McMillion is preparing to close out his saloon business and go ini» some other. He wishes all persons indebted to him to come forward immedi^ t atelly and make a settlement, either by cash or note. He means exactly what he says, and hopes he will not have S» resort to the courts. Payment must b* made by the 1st of May. Those who have tried the double and single shovel plows and corn drills manufactured by Adams Bros., anfi Brown's Cultivator, jfiar which they are r the agent, unite in pi-onouncing them the best in use. Also, those who havf> mtronized them in the line of general i'acksmithing and wagon making sitiv the work turned out by this firm suits them exactly, and they wan t ho better. ^ Baby wagons ar^ceheaper than medt-icine. Parks & L^he keep them. ;