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Vol. IL No. 97.
Price Five Cents PUBLISHED EIVETRY DAY IN THE WEEK EXCEPTING SUNDAY- DECEIVING THE PEOPLE THEY SPEAK. ADDITIONAL LOCAL. In the letter which was publish ed yesterday morning, Win. F. Sheeban, cf New York, shewed much solicitude about what the To the Management of the Plant in System and the Public General. The Plant System employes at T)OEds cf the United States arc to Lakclanci Fia.f comc to the front be paid in. He is almost as pa-1 and rcnounce KUreRe V. Debs and thetic over the honor and faith of jlhc Araciican Railway Union, the naticn as Wei. McKmley, and We wish it understood by the man- it is to be feared that he is as indi gent in information. 'If for the bonds gold was piid," 3gement cf Plant System and all other railroads ar.d corpotations and the public in rrencral that v:c says Mr Sbcefcan, '-justice, mor- do not belcnr to the American als and national honor a 1 cry cut for redemption, principal and in terest in the raise coin. But it is claimed that cn the face of these bonds that the government is giv en the legal light to redeem them in coin, and therefore may redeem in silver coir." Then Mr. Sbee han rises up to the occasion with these solemn words: "A question Railway Union and that we are not in sympathy with Eugene" V. Dsbs or the American Railway Union or any other order that is antagonistic to the system that ve are working for. We are working in perfect haimony with the offi cials of the system and our great est desire is to do cur duty and 1 srive satisfaction to the mansce- of morals should always rise supe- t w fc - d WQrk - 1 .? 1 I IO norioi?gai question. runuc, joyaUy to the managemcnt 850.000 coo cf government bonds now outstanding we have received gold cri, and unless the intelli gence of ihc nation be blunted and its patriotic impulses para lyzed, those obligations will be re deemed in similar coin." Where cid Mr. Sheeban get this remarkable j lece tf newt? Who told him that the government got gold for all its outstanding bonds ? Hjw will his blazonry about the pafalz.ticn cf patriotic impulses seem when he learns that only that p-jrtion cf the bonds issued during the administration of Mr. Cleveland was paid f r in gold? The rest were paid for in ary old thing" that h?ppened to be float ing zrjurjd as ctr ency. They grew directly or remotely out of the civil W3r, The original pur chasers, who have been celebrated in sc)g and stcry for their 'patri otism" for furmshing the mrais to carry cn the war, paid for the bonds with the greenbacks, v.tich were far below par. They gave in exchange fcr the interest-bearing obligations 1 he government's own depreciated currency. The further the investigation goes into the monetary history cf the country fcr the last thirty-five years, the mere monstrous appears that the business on the system will increase so that the manage ment can pay us cur hire in the future as they have ? o promptly done in the past. We have no kick coming and no grievance and we advise Eugene V. Debs to teep his agents and coworkers aw3y from the Plant System.as we do not need them in cur business. We arc all satisfied with the man agement we are wciking for and narmony prevails and we 00 pot want any scalawags to slip cr steal in and mar our peace. F. A. Bates, conductor. A. O. Cruin, dispatcher. WEI HE THE C. K. Johnson. ' C. C. Paxton, W. M. Murray. " J.M.Collins, P.C.Ryan, C. F. Shu ma?, E. McCa'.l, T. J. D. Lama-. A. S. Urorr.c, S.'C. Paine. C. L. Feagfc. " J. W. Hansard, W. L. Morris, J.T. Iiuce. F. P. Hansard, G. V. M. C. S. Harsarett, N. 44 J.J. I'urdon, M.of T. W. M. Winn, flagman. . S. Hansard, " II. Harden, K. G. I5ates. 44 J.J.Ithoads, C. V. Fox, operator. J. H. McCreisht,agt. G. W.Watson, Chf.Clk. C.R.Dickinson.Chk.Clk. L. V. Malsby, supor'r. John Newborn, 1J. M. (Jco. J. Fra7ier, ' J. Clements, "engineer. Jack Dugan, 44 R. J. Chipmau, car in. II . Dower, J. Griffith, car repairer. J. Acaulin, ' A. P. Chapnxyi, 44 H. G. Rcjjan, foreman, C. N. Reynolds, carp. H. H. Turrentine, 44 . A. J. Reynold. S.A. Hinon, W, M. Zcek, THE COLLEGE CECSES. Some papers print jart cf the news all the time; others print all the news part of the time; the Star prints all the news all the time. To Cure a Cold in One Day Take laxative Bromo-Quinine i ab lets. All druggists refund the money if it fails to cure. 25c. J. V, Vegt's family came up from the coast torlay and will keep house in one of M, Vogt's resi dence on South Second street, G. L. Van Ec hop returned frcm New York yesterday m'.rninjr, wbere he has been for the past fif teen days, purchasing gocdsand seeing the sights. W. A. Redding is in New York on a visit', he will return about the first bringing Mrs. Redding, who has been spending the summer with relatives in New York s'ate. Deputy Sheriff, P. H. Nugent, will start out in a few days with an assistant and a wagon esch to deliver the booths and ballot boxes to the different voting precincts. Dr. T. D. Crawford, John, Wa terman, and Ed Chase went to "Paradise", on the St. Martin's river, this afternoon to spend a few days hunting and fishing. At the Racket. Ball thread ic; wood clothes pins 6 for ic; jack btones G for ic; hairpins 30 for ic; nice top ic; jj:ss cutter 5c; shirt waist sits 10c, 15c, 25c, 30; side combs 8c, 10 12c; new 9 inch lace, 92; silk lac, 5c and 6 ; ladies waisis 25c; beys" waists 16c and iSc; ladies extra grod vrsts 10c; bolt (16 yds) b.ack mosquito bar, only 20c. Dr. W. II Marean and caught- er Oralis returned from Fernandi na Saturday night. Mrs. Mcrenii and Susie returned today. The Doctors health is very much im proved by the vacation. The Champion bo.irdii'g house is one ot the most popular b"3rd iog houses in the city, especially so for railroad men. " Try it. A coed square meal for 25 cents. Pkssant rooms. Chenp weekly hor.rd. One block south of the Methodist cburch. W W at'chi Jeweler AND - OPTICIAN Under Montezuma Hotel, Ocala, Fla. r red u.B. Weill I hi) OF I J." J LlJ OO ALA, FLA. Paul if QM Accounts of Merchants and Individuals Solicited. ,TY E1 5s T. EI T This bank has the most extensive and secure safety deposit vaults in .rioriaa. xoxes 10 rent g 5, $10 and 315 per annum. Call and examine the vaults. H. C. WRIGHT, .Cashier. MI Tho Prettiest and Most Stylish , . Summer Millinery Goods, Ribbons, Flowers, Bows, &c. . , Great Variety and Lowest Frices. jMl 3FL SS. O. Sl. 3E3 32. O "757" OCALA, FLORIDA. , , MRS. M. E. HODGE, Dress Making and General Sewing. AI! Cutting, Serins: and Fitting done In the Latest Style, at the Lowest Frices and J on short notice. Tlooms U pstalrs, Worth Side Square. Ocala. Pla. The Ocala Business college will the conspiracy against the masses dose this week. At the tamest of the people. Here is a man who has been lieutenant governor of the state of New Yox Ic, and who is s knowledgeous that he writes iive thousand words to instruct the people, slobbering over the woes of the people, bondholders and gold specu'atcr?, and telling the people that they ae wicked be cause they resist aristocratic and plutocratic cppressicD. There is 110 excuse for such a fellow as this. He talks jbout a higher moral question when he himself is doing all he can to deceive the people. It is no excuse lor him that he is ignorant. . If he has no knowledge he should not set himself up as an instructor. S Louis Pest-Dispatch. TO THE PUBLIC. I hsreby announce that with to day's work the Ocala Business College suspends operations for the present I desire to thank the citizens of Ocala for their patron ao during the sumner, and the students for their faithful work and courteous deportment Very rcspectf ull, J. H. Brihson. solicitation of School Superin tendent Payne, Prof. J. 11. Brin- son, the able principal, has accept ed a position as teacher cf the Long Lake school, five miles from Ocklawaha Station. This school has seventy-five pupils and an as sistant teacher, Miss Belle Milli gan, of Marshville, a former pupil of Prof. Brinson. He vill open his new school on next Monday. It is possible that a sale of the business of the college may be ef fected, in which event it will re open in a short time. Prof. Brin son says that with the proper en couragement he may reopen the college next spring. We regret exceedingly to lose such an excel lent citizen from our city, and to see the college close, as it has fill ed most satisfactorily a long felt want in Ocala. JOINT DEBATE. HOTEL ARRIVALS. THE OCALA. M D Bartleson, Florida; CM Ackcrman, Gainesville; J S How ell, Charleston; J S Mullen, Ham ilton, O; A W Spain, Louisville, Ky; J Strauss. T J Agnew, Savan nah. Hon. R, A. Burfcrd, the demo cratic silver champion speaker cf tbe county, and Hon. H, L. An derson, the republican gold cham pion of the county, will meet in a joint debate in Marion opera house on Tuesday night, Sept. 29, This i3 locked forwatd to by our political enthusiasts with a great deal of interest, and indeed it promises to be one cf the most interesting features cf the cam paign. The oratorical powers of both debaters are too well known to need commenting on. It is thought that half rates will be made on all railroads, and a big crowd is ture to be present. F. E. Harris told us esterday that fifty leading citizens of Lees: burg had declared their intention of coming. TWO RINGS Always travel with Cupid, and two rings travel with the rings we sell the ring itself, and the ring .of honesty honesty in materia), workmanship .and price. . The machinery that runs this jewelry business is tone sty. If you buy a baby pin here, ic will be a good baby pin it will be -geed when baby is a weman. If ycu buy a watchfhere, it will be a geed watch.. Buy something and see if this isn't so. Jeweler, Ocalas Fla. OCALA- P LAN IN G : MI LLS' DEMOCRATIC RALLY. There will be a grand democrat ic rally and speaking at Mcintosh next Thursday, the 24th. Besides the county candidates and local speakers, Hon. W. D. Bloxham, Hon. George P. Raney, and others will be present. Half rates have been secured on the railroads. akti ' BASH AKB FATOE. MRS. M. D TAYLOR, Prcpiietress. Flooring 9 Ceiling, Siding, Casings, Mouldings,- I)oors9 Sash and Elind8. Turning and Scroll Sailing, all from Kiln Dried StocJe. ROUGH LUMBER CUT TO ORDER. Tf. TT ft rr I. m Tl - m cy m . -. if V JXVUUZG J- ilUV J11V71VU T& i3VUWCC UTiU BCll ICCOrUingiJ, 5? 1S jfoir 1 Of . Our . New . Style . Fall . Suits. i Come in and See Our Line of & Samples. ElQerchanta' 'block.