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Title: The Micanopy gazette
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Martin
Place of Publication: Micanopy Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1885
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Micanopy (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Alachua County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Alachua -- Micanopy
Coordinates: 29.506389 x -82.281944 ( Place of Publication )
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 4, no. 9 (July 23, 1885)=whole no. 165.
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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I~I. 4. -No. MICANOPY, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JULY 23, 1885. Whole No. 16.,


To the Public!


We have finished tak k


and have reduced our stock of goods
'. in all our departments, which gives
us room for a New and Large Fall
and Winter Stock, soon to b selected
in the Northern and Western Markets.


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OLtTION IN


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.rNTER & SMITH.


Real Estate Ageits.


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.,.Come and -ee our new and endless variety of Spring and Summer


.ust opened, consisting of India Mull, Nainsooks, Jacounett, Putchire
'd Caiton Lawns, at five cents a yard ; dotted and plain Swtss muslin,
fis Velings, Buntings of all shades, Cheese Cloths, Calicos of all styles
rpahteens. The best of gold medal Bleaching, ten cents pe- yard ;.Table
is,:o*rels, Fantcy and white goods. Our stock has been selected with
t.Lre. Our styles are riew, our goods superior and our prices low.
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-1"A.full fine-of Boots, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, of latest styles.
-OUiR MILLINERY Department has received a large new stock of Hats,
p"-.B&ndets,"beauiiful Celia which took the gold medal at the New Orleans Ex-
po,.sitiottr pluines, flowers, trimmings, &c.,'also a variety of Ladies' Under
S..w~a,.which will be exhibited by Mrs. and Miss Fontane, who will also trim
Shqtgb, 'make dresses, &c., at low prices.

I ; Groceries,.Tobacco, Cigars, Sewing machines, Glassware, Crockery, in
r eat variety, and a full line of everyth usually kept li general store.

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||v(aT, enogged in tibeabove bu-inejs we
of-to buyers borne of hb. fnt ...


grow andar truck farming land, in this
section, young groves, and residence
lots. ,
OflC 1 post office.
opy, Florida.
Notice.
All 'rprsoD; ar heri'-by r-:rewar .
t ,.rsfi" L z :, i mt e ian is or Wi. T.'BT. I a in t
ujr.,,.' U. Gr-Lamrn. or butler & Mi k.aJi. S-ton.
p rs ,L i will ri e; cu ttd LO tha eh e nt &4o r e.
IbO L P. Rnn.Et, Age.
I will pay 310 00 reward to any one oinfor
Inatic.n that Mwill cnrkt the pera'un that on or
about Jun -Stib. pulled up and a ole an orange
tree from the liad ,fJas. M. Gruhagm.
167 L. P. RnimrR. Agent.


STOVES I STOVES I


" ,A RVEST'"
Best Cooking,8tive .No. 7,'With Seven
teen -Peces of Stove Furnitire, for
ONLY $1 .
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After July 6th we will be found -in
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We slall sell as- cheap
blv'be sold bj6any dealer -
inugqualTty orf-goods. We .niv_
careful inspection, and :we f6el.
we wil be able to please you. .
WE'WILL MAKIEIT AN OBJE01E
FOR YOU TO CALL..


DR. PARDEE.
PHYSICIAN A1D," ZURQBON
Office it -sitdence, two and one-half l6
north ot Micanopy. -. -
DR. O. D. FAUST :
Surgical and 'Anisti '*r
MICANOPY, FLA'-
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; t a ite, -A coloied csxcursi', wilt h a b.iati pa,-
S. c Jiicaiio0 yRttta. td through to 1cal- on Mal Jay.
-Sonmk. *Rena '-tbh- U. :t 1 iv": cent (i-
is9eiED EVERY TialiihiD.AY. CaTr in t-ilSn it SLiirelz-i's.
Micanopy, Florida. 1 5... --The nr-' hotel is uminliai a fine ,he-.
iu. 'rhe c-aeire frame is up, and the
COitlE:'P, ,NTTEN CE i.-c,El...ii le .:.m -r ll n-.l. chimnn.y.s arn: Ling built.
I,: r,.l aru ? --I '.e i t .,i 1'. --Re-Ad.ly ix.ed paints of aoll .1 o,1,1 at
-- Foutace':.
TITE \VEATllER. -A It,:.r from Mrs. Edlr.a.uds 'tt(6
Si in 12 m 6 pm ths itsh- urri .*. safely in N'.-: Y.i k. irtid
TueFlay ............ -6 9t Qi tlh t her son Di)vis, rho was -cry ill, is
W..lnu..i ... 5 5 better, but will require her atitc-o ion for
amtine monlth-.


Home Notes. Corn liy. rats, mesl aun] grists always
-"i'l-_- on hand at B. W. Fontite'. .
-Mr R. B. Taylor is improving fro iss Lucy P o daughterof Mr.
hisillniws. anrl Mrs J. D. Pen..Ihtron. died of brain
-Pulliun fodder is the occupation of the frv-I at her lowe in Tacoi., on Sbraisn
farmers jut now. morning, nftr an illic:.: of four d-ys, at
-Messrs. Cr,'b-,, Patron & Co. expect' the acef e.- t y,-ars. The fun,:ral :ei.
lo move to-day. vics took )1iei- at th: Mici'.opy cc-metery
Bultt-r, c(h.-se. fanc'-y and plain crackers. ouiday muot inig.
gi-oer ul-j. ,dried ispies,&c, rat Foanttines
B A Crocl:k d .-f flc.iir jicit i:ce-i.;d at S. H.
-S B:Enjramin & Co. aie movinD in Beaujwii & C') .'s,
to thiir new -store thiI we'k. -The ,]:niice cu nst Fiid iv eveniriLc. wa
-Gord haus at loicnits pier pound at well aiiteudd and a conplt-e o u,:c-cess. All
Fontine's ibhe neighl:-'r;in twns c:nti .buo.d thb-ir re-
Crair-lad of flour just received at Fou- pre_-aniltii.-', n0l ith.: :O' si- on w.?. Ir-': i
I anr-'s. rnjoyed by all precseut. An rcexclient .rii-
-I"s. P. S. Biukni-ht itturu.:d Mon cIl.:- f ice cr'uam waSi C.rrcdi in al.umdrfrci.
diy iroam a viiit to Lc-,:.litrg. A cLiu scu iii, i- u:cur was viote]J to Mi;.
-A card of thinks from Mr. Pendletron iena Fonrtaie as aha-.i';an 1.. b.LiUlsoim,8it
,m: I-u lite for l-ul,';i:airiu this week. cui.um.
A lot i-f chi..i>'e h,-im r--ivm :l iud 6.1 M 0 V A
in- at 1lc at ;. H. BeuJaanin A & i',.' s.E Il i tiL our
-Rev. K. P. Jul;. itO rt for Ai-a l ut W dt.,IC0tl- attl o. our
week, wlI-te he .-ill remain a fw no uh-s. f;i lnds and eo-u, i .t.ht h. l, t. -n
Gined lo o3'r n> w i io ouiy brki. L i.ild in,-
-(G Giant w a muh vrs'e .md very wi hre we .hfal be pl.s,.J to have tilein
w-.k yestrd.y and, his death iis cel,:eted ,i tio se u R:pectfully.
.tt any time--. S H. BL-.-.3- C'. .
S -Mis'. B. H ThL nsiier. andl d.sshier, -
..M B. T ,.L ^ .;,; r, r and ; H a n d y Fo ld in g T a b les.
of Gaines ille. has be-in s:itisnu frierads i, Handy Folding Tabl s.
th ek These handy foltinie tal.l 9. ars intiip- ii-
-. to wn- I hi weck. ;i:,1, in -.e-vrci.- lIUis.ho!Jl A; a .;e ,ini- .
-The -weatl'cr throughout the Nort. h..s -ict-room. pic -sai or stutly 1 li,.- Ihrsy .ire
"ben x'~e'wly warm the.past wLek. arnd vry useful. Pri,;'. l,.3. Leato.r.- r
dersi for one rt the .G.k? Tn ofc'.
a-.-.mu'ly deaths froiir suain stroke aroirreportc.d.. r. ,o -- O l.
.Wmn lu-wortl iT unki for -Godev's lydv's Book for Aug-ui is .
.t-1an:lsoa'. '" -" t'ri-"--..d aihi., hlapao ier. in .appc} -
,, ..' any of its predrcecssoirA fvers rinhSi f
mua KatT .'K li ", best 5 bent -cigar to m rk a tn idin Lb,: pro' .re r ;his pop,
in towant S. H. Benjamiti & Ci". ular magazipi. In tI'iaslay. whenu ,o)runny
S, -Mr. J. W Cairrer and family leave to- old publications air verging to,-:,id .rte
.'day for their old homue in Kentucky, to be pituci,: and dota's?, it is a 1,1.- iL uic t 1o 1iidl
a b-antabout two moitrhs. One that deftie, ilii? imairch o tlime-, and still
.-The sale of the personal efTec'rs of lii- [' rerves its prisi;ie mig.:.r inid fiet-hin- s
S-late-lichael McCarroll is p,:tl,.Oie.l to while the ye.-ir roll on. Titit all ni.y I.-
Tuidrny, Augfust llth, at at the old hborn. con:,ti:;uce of its; mtits.ilie Pibliiher offei
stead across River Styx.. to steA the l:book for th- rm.oindr-.r f itlh
A fine line of dry g,,ods arfd notions of year for 75 centas.J FT. liIsl.nse:k. P,
Severe drscriptionart Pouitne's. 0. Bos, H H. Philadelphi.,. PF
-Mr. A. R. McCollum artivr:-] homme Attention Orange Shipoers,
last week. He did not come alone thi We -.ii nows piepsared tooffeL ornui,': box"
time. but brought his bride with him. ,;.c- nod wrappin ppaplir in amuy jiantiit'y.
T 'They expect to make Micano[py their fu- S. H. BENJAMIN & Coo.
,. urerddenSce. SH6ES I SHO-ES


-die' a ieS o all Sityi fi r ii.J'ii .
tr, si t nruiiu-:;, plumes, qrtiricil flO)w,-rs Le. A fine I
-a remarkably low prices at Fontase'. misses sh
--The interior portion of Mr. B. W. C
.r .'Fontane'i store is-being paiot'-d throughout M
- -Soine large window will be pl- ced in Chairni
rocerys de al once. giving a really inm. der, a qu,:
proved app-earance to the estal.,lih.iUEnt. The cle
r 50 pieces matting ofdifferent designs just Ashby ani
-teivled at S.H. Benjamuiu & Co a. for the alir
-Freh canned goods at S. H. Bc-nja at once.
in "& Co.'s. The pet
."Our hardware, groceries. .crockery and was.laid c
bouse furnishing goods is again replete at the council
S.',. Benjamin & Co.s On mo
-A party conrisiting of Thos. McCredie A. Crosby
": and family, J. A. bSLmonton. and family. pointed to
DDr.and Mrs. Mal'thers, W M. KEnls and to his fixi
'- family, M-rs. S. A, Knox, J. D. Knox, and to i
S, D. Emerson, propose leaving for St. The th
..A-ugiat6ine on the 2d of August, to be .b. council to
afew wes. hands of t
I youwoiit a ba irel of good flour trya m.m was
Sbarre of-our oar-e blososm at S.-H Benja- pear next
7ia '.. C ing nofur
'.hu urber's 34 ri.amted coffee. 20. cent. ofur
:full 'I",of-other coffes, sugar and teas at d.
outane's. "
-r ur furnituir-'" (cpartmeut consists of I sball-b
pailot and coitr~ge .ets, sprinEs and mat-. and look a
T! agm replete at S. H. Beaniamin & wear depth
R; .,. esp-
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ine of 1 diess, gn-itc. boys and
oesof all style-S ait lFouian',s.
council Proceedings.
iCANoPV, Fla...JdI,.
.tn Riggs called the council to or-
srum p-ie:ent.
rk w:Ls instru,.t,.d to write Col.
d have hiruget l1) rin Oldinan'.e
sei.issent anit collk'ion of tixes

ition of L.M our ;omery' and others
river to nicxt regular meeting that
1 could sac: the-ir lawyer.
ion committee consisting of J.
Sand Hamp P-tercson "e-re ap-
sec Dr. Montioc-mery in regard
og up his ice houso, to be used as
il
airman calkld the attention of
charg-es against the marshal in
he maynr. On motion the chair-
instructed- to hare witnesses ap-"
meeting pro and con.- There bc-
ther business the. council.adjourn-
G. Y. CrJNTBRt, Clerk.
NOTICE I-
be pleased to have the ladies call
.t my ulillinery and ladiie"under'-
irtmrnt-a.l S.. 8z Benjamin & Co's.
ectfully, -SIIrsi-ALLLE BRacnr. -

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Tht noun.. pep.:.l vwho att.-:n'Jd Ibe
.:rilic holicp at Miciauig.-,' I.pc0rt evc'ry b:dly
aa h-.'iing au xce'lleit itime.-.
Mr. Wh.ttem'.i-e lud fut.ly cal-i.: to
go t. St. Au..ustiu in a fiew days. to spend
a fewr we-cks.
A. G. Hei-st..r a.ud G. W. Avery. left .oni
the 19th f.:.r a f-.: w :.--k; visit iu Gi .:rgin.
W. H. Sm'rih and 'w; left .:-n the 1 l11
for a few 'ekL -itit in i.;orrir .
The geue-ral l...-li.: f ii t his was a .."adI
crop )t:ar. but from the uial-er ot :',tir
farmers ;...in hoilhb and ,thlir plah:cs to
p,'-nd ih- Uiiijnil it muti be i rnLtake.
Fi.]e Bairon is ex:-.ted to cotmi ulp this
week, he failed to cornea few weeks ago as
;latcd 1.] e or,-.
ud. [,; K.:-Ier ik g-itin.: al-oag fin'el wirih
Lthe sc' hool Lo.use.

A REQUEST.
Those iliom we have acciommoda-.
led rin tile p-st, and who are still in.
debtl.-' to us, will lease ni ike settle-
ninnt. M e in:Ed the mnoecy; ar.d
please tjke iu:ice that we .car gr.a.nt
no further cre-dit to any one unless to
those who have always paid promptly
and wl-o make Fpecial arrangements.
S. H. BENJAMIN & CO.

The Sara Sota Thugs.
,'iiiitl to r eTir ;, rui,.:.n J
Pttir LE'.EL. Fla., July 17. v-i ,.Jc.ilii
Crct:,k. July l1--The tri',i oif the? Sti.: v-:.
Edmnnr.r. P.B 1ir, uas I.r.n.lil. tui] LU.-.n -ir1
F Arn r,.-j-;. A-l.in 'i'> ilitiite ]ud Aific-il
B Ridwi.ell, iae ct .s.- i.i'i.'' Jbef.r'e th.- f rt.
cLh.red wilb killing H.irci on T RI.'s in
1.''"4." l',:.',cir. c rs i i ll si : -el: '-ii cl'-e 'd L,' I
dlay. J.TI veridii.t of th- j.iiiiy i- that B-ion.
An..'r.-:s arma Bi.I.w ll ..re- ', fli,; ,:f insad-rr
'i Il.. first degree, IJuut..r i: d-IclrI-L'.. nur
usuit'y.
lan Ihe rt-i t trail. i1iit -uf W illird .:nd An-
deort(i for the killing of Ablc-,th:e.t lekrrim.lny
.,ii. p.:.Eitive. l lu, the: j'ii sico.m'i l in cn
sidr]' I h- prisoners as is' tiL r ,s of A rilrew,
al Ei. wril ll, and rcotur-iendld I em t... ih.?
incre.y otheroouitT. 'This ithse iher,- wans
no u Iucrecominmudat'ion s-.-ey ire, F ply
pdconca.t ced "Guiltw 6-f m r teT
dg ..e lof f-t d t. '
I I r'lln na niftliuin~.'ifi~ fft-''-Or"


and his death dasIflfistcl l4n-o of ra
acqiiuitances with whom'hr, liied a difficul.
trbbout the Widow. Su-gsnrir. .

Removal.
On Mcnda;y nexit :,e sh.-il more our r-n
tire sto.:k of 'hy vg, : .d1, untion6. ricelies,
Ac.. i'i rh-. Mnirisnic boiil'lio.', where: we
,hnil opi: up with a spileulid sto-rk of non
,-,,,s (if very deac iftloa. PlkaI a i e
us a cull. D N.\.n.-.s.

TAKE NOTICE.
Ladies desiring a Stylish
H[at will please call, as there i., an
experienced rilline-r in attendance,
who will trim hats on short notice.
Our stock of Ladies' Undei'wear
has b-een received, and Miss Brown
will be pleased to have the Ladies
call and examine our large display of
these goods, which are under her
charge. S. II. BENJIAMIN & CO.

Hams. Hams.
Trv the Califoruim Inu is, ten c,'-ni per
pound, at S. H. Bujanmin & C'o.'-.
Notice,
All pirs-:.ns Into're tel r hn ,r.,- r.-.t;fieJ t it
I. as t ,-i "i.j.-jn r. cf t T. E'.a .tit. 'i-,...:a x,:l. I'tl-
-.f Ala na '.., naT, ;,li lnci,',' rit .., rin itD of '
fl'C OltLi t'C.ir t -.ru.-1r-,. ri .i, l' I.: tihi ' ournili
c-i Atachl b ..'r.s-ti ti > wt 1 hli'?lt':d j'r ",t -:'i"
-[ m: at Si' \.ii'j,_,., '.L-i, p'r,: lu [it '. .t' lt
cOf sall. i ,4 .-l.
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UNDERSTANDS HIS. BUSINESS
Will build any kind of a' house .]
contract, and -
G UA R ANTEE SA'rJSFACt .
Plans, specifications, estimates &-
furnished.
Can furnish best of references,. 1V


WILLIAM BURC,.-

BUtI LD EU
Tacoma, Fla., Micanopy-P-io Q .
To the people of Micanopy and "icln.u
Alter rianiy years practical ..g..
ence I would say that I: iani.ir
to do all kinds of.building, 'ei.h.j'
contract or day work. -.7
t';r .,'l .i t r.,k uinrian nt-ee "-


*rHf'hest Honor 0
oson A GREAT BARGA
"" A pretty home of two ncrek ji
Main street, of Mlicanop*,- not.'
TiTTiA :w.X:.- 1-. ZL'e Tro minutes walk f.-om stores or A
Kiili.l'l'!t E.W. &Wt. SMITH, cftia 125 orange trees, 15 of bearing
LUUU...,, COlM,Ef.CIAL COLLEGE bearing peach and figttrees,..
Kentucky Uni-.rsity. Lexigtoin, Ky. bearing while srcpper.-obiogis
Srudewcoo be&fl no" Coee-d=. durotr the car. 6
S, .f T b ;:D' :,."-,' also several Japan Plum .a.
t i. r a. a e trees, A nice cottage of fintr
Coorao treo. Lw..a ,-[il. ,,'- 60OJ StOOB-ajIJ besides the cook room --a
Oraduabbe. Ou.r X) r.-pi lI-t .' f* t i"" 15 n .i"" ,'.t ,, 0 ,- -4 ..e
d n_....s .......... ;,t ..n house finished intrde-handueIi
1'"Mazo. Ualveriiy iploma lent water neiglh b ".rs
.. .Mi soiLtO i f I 1".h n1 6i 1. J. .
ao. T.e.,n o-i.._. .., at Terms-half.cash, baMtnc&(d
Word's Expo.itionat ir r.t..t, Ni Iilt.L Ct A.dzte-ess-or cao 01
hlle0 -. It. ui 'atDoClr. t-t. r tO. O li t It5o-l -.. the ( M AX---; .m-f-."-
Par* utrcu5.raafiiti'i5! Po 3 Editor Gagett;:.lticanop t
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Tr,'e moment there i? drnig..r of impair--
r:rnt c-f th. n-ii j froin exu~ ive nervoa;. iS'
c'riiau-tion, or where there "exits lore-
-xdinrigs of ev;I, a de;re for ei.clitdt,.-"
shunnin-g and as hiding company vertigo "
-'in- -r us debility, or lien inianity
h.c already taken place, P ,iii.'NA aqni'- ..
!.; N \Li'N should Lie implicitly relicdon. 'j
lit at is never well to wait no long belore"-.--
trcIatmeiti i coimmsereed. The early -
sampi.L'om aie Ioss of strength, softness. .' ,
of the muscles, dim or weak sight, pec- .
lir eires.ion or the face and eyes, -
ci.-".tl toi'i;ue, with impacted digestion; ':
,: in criie certain p-'.ers onlY' are lot :"
*. It ti." -a : otherwise erj i-'n' r -coi --
S'" I. '. d h -..j :ltth. in :-ll' t -.e -PF-...;--
s illjd '. .1;N AL'. 6hc-.ul l at 1b.,C '

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'~. . ,, I., "r ,', t111 Porerness-"
:%' '; r J, stri er.th r raJuallv'
r. ', ...I .. 1 n.1w I[ a -'n a wrll a ever
in i .:v i a:l t. you P I-
% ,N.k.LYN. I recoin,nenjedit'.'!
.'i i i' fien I aniJ g .'cs b-;tter satisfiac-. .-
r, i ;;i i ,' othcr mi:itJscin. I ever heard ,- i

M,.4 Mat;a Rodcrick, Warren, Ohi6o, t;
-:. 5- "it is with pleasure arid many -'R:
-i, that I write to yvo to tell you of.
the great bcneit I have derives'fro
use of the PranNA. I havetifju
bottles of your PkRUNA,' an t''o
say it h1is done me a great d&a of
I lave provedd ever 6inc cQlmmenCe.
its e." 1'. '
Mr. T. J. Webber, P.lmouthl,-O. Q.-. j
writes: I am selling your PERUNdAA, ad-nd
havirig a good trade on it. It gives ex-
cellent satisfaction." ..
Mr. Thomas Acton, Brooklyn village ;
Cleveland, Ohio, says: I received a
severe wound in my ?oot by tramping'n
a spike. It inflamed and was painful anc
swo.len. I had every reason to fear lb* '
jiw. Your simple suggestions as to"1ialI-
applications and the taking ofyour
UN sA and MANALiN wereo.lowedtoth
letter; any -tlsanlks o..,ou. y.i fo" ma^
wi ndl( am apj,




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and Buildei
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M:car.opy, Fla.,
would respectfully inform t.hi ci Lircnfi
of Nlicanopy and sorioundisIg C rUi t.
that lie is perminanently lot,,td at thi
place and


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