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One of the moat deplorable trage tragedies tragedIps tragedies ¬
dies that ever occurred in Fernan Feniandina Fernandlna Fernandins
dins was that of the accidental kill killing killIng killing ¬
ing on Saturday afternoon about 3 3oclock 3I 3oclock
I oclock of Little Christina Kelly the theeightyear theellht theeightyear
eightyear ellht year old daughter of Mr and andMra andIIn andYrs
Yrs John J Kelly by Bernard BernardCone BernardCone BernardCone
Cone the fourteenyearold fourteen yearold son of ofMr ofMr ofMr
Mr and Mrs John Cone ConeThe ConeTlie ConeThe
The accident t occurred at the home homeof home0f
of the Cone boy where he had just justreturned justrttumed justreturned
returned from hunting a short time timebefore timebefore tunebefore
before and was preparing to go out outagain outapin outagain
again in company with Bertman BertmanMurphy BertmanMurphy BertmanMurphy
Murphy a companion of about the thesame theme thesame
same same me age About this time how however hfwever hcwever ¬
ever little Christina in company companyWith companywith companywith
With her cousin Helen Kelly called calledat
at the Cone residence to see the other otherchildren othtfchildren otherchildren
children of the family and were werestanding wereetandlill wereetaudfog
standing in the door and hall waywhen way waywhen waywben
when the boys came around l the thehouse thehou thehouse
house hou Bernard having the gun un under under under ¬
der his arm Just as they were op opposite opposlte oppolite
polite the door the gun gunwliS was discharged Ws Wscharged dis discharged ¬
charged the entire load striking strikingChristina strikingChristina trlkingChristina
Christina just back of the ear and andpausing andplifloe andpasslug
pausing entirely through her head headkilled headkilled headkilled
killed her instantly instantlySoon
Soon the whole wholenef neighborhood hborhood was washorrorstricken W38borrorstricken washorrorstricken
horrorstricken at the news of the ac acthe aet acuNl
t uNl tad ttdpec pec td I tl6 Wieked Wiekedthe Iedtir Iedtirthe
the scene to render assistance a istaDee in inwhatever inwhatever inwhatever
whatever manner possible po sible But the thescene thescene thescene
scene was made the more horrible horriblewhen horriblewhen horriblewhen
when it was found that the little life lifehad lifehad lifehad
had passed pasedaway away almost simultane simultaneously diniultaneously in1uUaneously ¬ I I
ously with the report reportoC of the gun gunAs gunAs gunAs I
As the little child who was W shot shotfell shotfell hotfell
fell Mrs Cone who was near by bycaught bycaught bycaught
caught her and laid her on the porch porchnot
not knowing that she was so serious seriously ¬
ly I hurt and thinking that the fresh freshair Creshair freshair
air would help revive her but the themother theDIther thenrother
mother of the boy discovered that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the child was dead before assistance asaistaucereached a5istancerertched assistancereached
reached her In the mean time lit little little little ¬
tle Bernard jumped on a bicycle and androde androde androde
rode as hard as he could to the office officeof
of Dr Fred Waas and reported the theaccident tbeaccident theaccident
accident Dr Waas rushed at once onceto onceto onceto
to the scene but the child had been beendead beendead beendead
dead several minutes wjien r hen he ar arrived arrived arrived
rived rivedThe rivedThe rivedThe
The gun with which the child was wasshot w wasshot s sshot
shot was a doablebarrel shot gun gunand gunand gunand
and the boj had no idea it was loaded load loaded loaded ¬
ed and did not see the children childrenwhen childrenwhen childrenwhen
when it was accidentally y discharged dischargedThe
The death as it 1 Itoecurred occurred was the thesaddest thedde theeaddeet
saddest dde t ever known koownhere here aodca a ai4easied ai4easiedgeneral ca11I ca11IIdef tod todgejwral
general grief gri throfao t the city dtyThe cityThe cityThe
The killing kwi waeWkety was 8IdreIy e tireiy the 1re 1retr re resuit ret
suit of an accident acch Dt and Mr and Mrs MrsKelly 1InKelly MrsKelly
t tr
Kelly have sent mae to t the themother Utemother themother
mother of the boy boYloIdlnc holding him guilt guiltless plltless guiltfor ¬
less for the theaccidenL theaccidenLTbetollowIDI accident accidentThe accidentThe
The TbetollowIDI following report of the funeral funeralwhich funeralwhich anentwlicb
which WM w held Monday Jlonda its taken takenfrom takenfroID takenhose
from the FenaadiM Fern adiaa carrespoadence carrespoadenceto eor eepoadenc eepoadencto
to the tJie1lUaIoII TIs TlMefUifcw eeUaIoa of that dateThe date dateThe daeTIle
The remain a were solemnly laid to tonet toreIt torest
net tale tlallmc1D erelef in a lower can canopied canopied canc ¬
opied c grave sad borne hither by b the theentire tileIre weke
entire Ire achool of her heartbrokea heartbrokeaThe heart broke a aelereater
elereater 11 1 The TMme servkei took toc place pIMeofti4 placea
from rom the Catholic church St t Michael 1Uch1 1Uch1ael Mich Michael ¬
ael + and were wereeondueted conducted by its itspriest itspriest
priest the Rev Father J OBrien OBrienNever OBrienNever OBrienNever
Never in the history of this comniu coninruntty j jnrty Inrty
nrty has there been a situation the theintensity theIntensity I
1 1IDtentity
intensity of whose tragic grief griefbordered griefbordered I IbonJered I I
bordered on this occasion The Thechurch Thechurch Thechurch
church was filled with sincere sinceremourners sinceremourners sinceremourners
mourners from all churches classes classesand classesand j jand
and conditions The family are em eminent emiDeDt eminent
inent and highly regarded in the i jcity I iI icity Icity
city Mr Kelly being one one of it itmost itm its itsurost
most m t prosperous merchants and his hialittle hi hilittle hislittle
little daughter was the favored com companion companion companion ¬
panion of all the young scholars of ofSt ofSt ofSt
St Josephs academy of which she shewas sheWIIS shewad
wad was enrolled as a member memberAt
At 9 oclock this morning thescholars the thescholars tbeHCholars
scholars gathered at the convent andmarched and andmarched 1 1marched
marched in couples to the home of oltheir oftheir oftheir
their dead classmate attended by byseveral byseveral byseveral
several sisters of St Josephs JosephsThe
The funeral services were at 10oclock 10 10oclock 10oclock
oclock When the griefstricken griefstrickenprocession griefstrickenproceeslon griefstrickenprocession
procession reached the church the thehearse thehpar thehearse
hearse hpar and carriages led by the chil children children chiledren ¬
dren and a later began its entry in thedoorway the thedoorway thedoorway
doorway preceded down the aisle by bythe bythe bythe
the priest and his acolytes the scenebeggars scene scenebeggars scenebegprs
beggars description d ription for tragic inter interest iDterest intereat ¬
est and the personal grief manifested manifestedby
by every soul within the sacred edi edifice ediftC6 ediAce ¬
Ace There was not one eye from fromwich fromwlch fromwich
wich tears did not flow flowThere flowThere flowThere
There were six honortry pall pallbearers psllbeareill pallbearers ¬
bearers among the little girls of ofabout ofalxUt ofabout
about little Christinas age and these thesewere thesewere thesewere
were as follows Theo Davis and andDorothy andDorothy andDorothy
Dorothy Hernandez Lucy Murphy Murphyand
and Lucile Davis Mary Malarkey Malarkeyand
and Clementina ClemenU a Hernandez HernandezThe
The regular regn regnpallbearers d pallbearers were as asfollows 88follows asfollows
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follows Mea M fs Hamilton Horsey Horseyflurry HorseyHarry O Y Yr
flurry r Waasjl WQ Vyitas Ralph lIoy lloytWilie lloytWilieSeibertLeo t Willie WillieSeibert Vl Ue UeSeib
SeibertLeo Seib Seibert rt Leo 7lanucy and Walter WalterCourier WalterGburter
Courier GburterThe CourierThe CourterThe
The little g Jr < rls rls bore garlands of offlowers of offlowers r rflowe
flowers and th these were placed pJacedlili pJacedlilialoDg allalong all allalong
along the altar railing The small smallwhite
while coffin was covered with flow flowers ftowe flowers ¬
ers e and the entire chancel and altarwere altar altarwere altarwere
were one magnificent bank of choice choicefloral choicefloral choicefloral
floral offerings and handsome set setpieces setpiece9 setpieces
pieces the remembrances of friends friendsand friendsand friendsand
and sincere sympathizers Over Overthese Overthese Overthese
these shone the candles with their theirbrilliant theirbrilliant theirbrilliant
brilliant background The six ix can candles cmdies candies ¬
dies between which was placed the thecoffin thecoffin thecoffin
coffin were garlanded up their heavy heavycandlesticks hl1lvycandlestick heavycandlesticks
candlesticks with beautifully ar arranged arranged ¬
ranged flowers flowersThe flowersThe flowersTire
The hymns sung were OneSweetly One OneSweetly OneSwettly
Sweetly Solemn Thought Near Nearer ¬
er My God to Thee and JesusLover Jesus JesusLover Jesuswver
Lover of My Soul SoulAfter SoulARer SoulAfter
After the solemn ritual of the theCatholic theCatholic theCatholic
Catholic burial service and a few fewwellchosen fewwellchosen fewwellchosen
wellchosen expressive words from fromFather fromFather fromFather
Father OBrien the procession again againformed againformed againformed
formed and marched out of the thechurch theehnreb thechurch
church the children again leading leadingthe
the way Many carriages were filledgong filled filledgoing filledpbag
going to the cemetery and there the theleft theIMt theMet
left rites were performed the sweet sweetlittle sweetUtUebody sweetIittb
little UtUebody body lowered to its resting re UDC place placeIB
IB I a fragrant bed and the final plac placing placloe platlag ¬
lag of the immense collection of offloral ofIonl offocal
floral offerings on the the grave concluded concludedthe
the ceremony ceremonyCMSSIES cereD1ooytIISSIES
Ship ue your crosatiea Liberal 1Jbera11D1peCt100 in intpection Inspection
tpection prompt returns Write for forcirculars fordreaJan forcirculars
circulars Present prices standardUe standard tudardt
tier t Ue delivered Fenaadina 42c 43cAt 42cAmerican 4kAmedcan
At American d an Tie and Timber Co Coa < R bS RtL
a tL K 1 Brown Gen Mgr MgrBrunswick VcrBraDSWIet MgrBrunswick
Brunswick Ga G a
Boiiiss Still HiWiif HiWiifisFKC l UJ In ElcHfIIiII ElcHfIIiIIfir g gl
l isFKC isFKCEarly fir nit Jaji III11ft asst II IIi
t i Early Fran FitinGerman FltlnGerman FranGerman
German Steamship Qermanlous QermanlousCaptain GermanlusCaptain GermanleusCaptain
Captain Berndt after taking on part partcargo partcargo partcargo
cargo sailed for Savannah Tuesday TuesdayShe
She w was 3 consigned to Messrs MessrsStrachan l1es MessrsStrachan rs rsBtrachan
Strachan ACo ACoThe Co iCoThe CoThe
The Schooner City of Georgetown Georgetownfinished GeorgetownfluWied I IfiuiJhed
finished loading IOMdin Saturday with 451
000 yellow pine pi e lumber and sailed sailedSunday sailedSunday i iSunday
Sunday for New York The George Georgetown Georgetown Georgetown ¬
town is chartered for another trip tripThe tripThe I ITb
The Tb Schooner Mary Manson MansonGruener MansonGruener i iG
Gruener G uener 699 tons is chartered nor xorcargo lorotrgo norcargo
cargo of yellow pine lumber for New NewYork NewYork I
York YorkAnother Y YorkAnother k kAnotber
Another charter is a schooner 765 765tons 765tonalOlcargo 765tone
tons tonalOlcargo for cargo paving blocks for Nor Norfolk Norfolk Norfolk ¬
folk folkThe I
The British Steamship Sellasia SellasiaCaptainDoituan SellasisCaptai SellasiaCaptain
CaptainDoituan Captain normin is bound here with withcargo withcargo withcargo
cargo of kalnit tal nit and is consigned to loMessrs toMeit1S toMessrs
Messrs Strachan Co CoThe CoThe CoThe
The Schooner Fred A Davenport DavenportCaptain DavenportCaptaln DavenportCaptain
Captain Blake Blaktarrlved arrived Tuesday from fromSavannah fromSavlinnah fromSavannah
Savannah in tow Tug Wm F Mc McCauley McGauley McCauley
Cauley and Is loading Ish ding at the Nassau NassauWharf NasliluWharf NassauWharf
Wharf Cos Docks DocksBritish DocksBritsh DocksBritish
British Steamship Dahomey ar arrived arrived arrived ¬
rived Wednesday Vedn ay from Sidney C B Band Band Band
and Is loading full cargo of yellow yellowpine yellowpine yellowpine
pine lumber for Montreal Captain CaptainW
W X E1 GvanrM 6va Gvam iaggent pn t agent CD L nd nd8blpper t J e eshipper eshipper
shipperThe shipper shipperThe r rTbe
The British Steamship Celtic CeI c King KingCaptain KingCaptain KingCaptain
Captain Humphreys arrived yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day from Rio Jauerio for cargo cargophosphate ltlrgophosphate cargophosphate
phosphate etc etcBarkentine etcBarkentine etcBarkentine
Barkentine J B Kiuel Captain CaptainGriffintowed CaptainGrIffiD CaptainGriffin
Griffintowed Griffin towed down from Kings KingsFerry KmgsFerry KingsFerry
Ferry Wednesday alter loading loadln 371
000 feet Iyellowpi yellow pine e lumber and is isready isready isready
ready for sea seaAnother 8eaAnother seaAnother
Another new 1 charter ch rter is the theSchooner thei theSchooner theSchooner
Schooner Laura i Anderson for forcargo forcargo forcargo
cargo of paving bock b for Norfolk NorfolkVa
Va V a
LIST OF CHAKTKKS CHAKTKKSNorwegian C CU ItTIlt8 ItTIlt8Norwegian 1 1Norwegian
Norwegian Bark Carl CarlNorwegian CarlNorwegialllark CarlNorwegla
Norwegian Norwegialllark Bark Edward PercySchooner Percy PercySchooner Perc Perc8ehooner
Schooner Perry Serzer SerzerSchooner Seazer SeazerSchooner clzer clzerSchooner
Schooner MarUyv Marth E Wallace WallaceSchooner WallaceSchooner WallaceSchooner
Schooner Mary B J Bairu BairuSchooner BairnSchooner tlir IP IPSchooner
Schooner Asbury Fountain FountainSchooner FountainSchooner FountainSchooner
Schooner Wnr m J Lermond LermondSchooner Lermo LermondSchooner d dSchooner
Schooner 1 1Schooner afa afaFlorence afaSchooner afaSchooner
Schooner SchoonerBritish Florence KimbalL KimbalLooner KimbalLBritish KimballBritish
British Scl ooner Advance AdvanceSchooner AdvanceBehooner AdvanceSchooner
Schooner Mary Manson Gruener GruenerSchooner GruenerScb GruenerSchooner
Schooner Scb ooner i tame me unknown unknownSchooner unknownSchoone unknownSchooner
Schooner IJAunuC uriw Hudereon HuderaonRESRim Hudereonc Hudereonturn
c turn RmS RmSFernaDdlnat RESII RESRim RESRimFeroandinat iMNS iMNSFernandina
Feroandinat Fla Oct 12 1208 1208To 08 08To 08To
To the Officers M ubeM ber5and and Friends Friendsof riendsr
of r the New Zifu Z1 ti Baptist llp t Church ChurchGreeting C ChurchGreeting urch urchGreetinK
Greeting GreetingWhereas GreetinKWhereas GreetingWhereas
Whereas RevDr Rev I Dr P A Calla Callahan CallahaD Callaban
han expastor lh ibis has s rendered inval invaluable i invaluableservlces 1 1oabllservlce ¬
uable oabllservlce services foe f our cburdiis cburdiisand churck Cb Cband eard eardand
and the people ofreroandina oernaDdina of in Iiicraland is fen gsacml fencral
cral craland cralandWJaenas and andWhereasf andWhersasr
Whereasf his reports books boo and andvouchers aDdyoeacbtIJ as asvouchers
vouchers vouchers are kept In a neat t syrteaa syrteaaatic eylt syrteoatie a aatic
atic bosineeBllke busineee Ike manner and andWhereattte andtIie andWhrtYtlie
Whereattte tIie church ehunhan and l board boardbayefloariahed boardbaveaoarilludandCrowa boardhave
bayefloariahed baveaoarilludandCrowa have flourished and growl marvel marvelJt
+ r i iIMftIIJ
ous OU4j and whereas he has h delivered deliveredunto deliveredunto j
unto this board and church every j jthing 1 1thing
thing pertaining to the church as aspastor aspastur aspastor
pastor and andWhereas nndWhereas andWhereas
Whereas Dr Callahans call to the theMacedonia the1lacedonia theMacedonia
Macedonia Baptist ptiit church at Dar Darlington Ddrlington Darlington ¬
lington S C which places him at atthe
I the head of ofoneofthelargest one of ofthe the largest churches churchesin j
in that State and which removed
i removedf j jhim
him from the head of the New NewBaptist NtI Zion ZlunBaptist ZionBaptist
Baptist church Ch rch as pastor and from fromFernandina fromFernandina I IFernandina
Fernandina as a leader of the people peopletherefore peopletherefore peopletherefore
therefore be itResolved it itResolved itRlsolved
Resolved that we the board ten tender tender tender ¬
der to him our heartfelt hear felt thanks forhis for forhis forhis
his faithfulness in discharging K his hisduty hisduty hisduty
duty as pastor and be it further furtherResolved CurtherResolved furtherResolved
Resolved that we extend to him himour himour himour
our prayers for health and strength strengthto
to discharge the further duties that thatshall that5biall thatshall
shall be imposed upon him In hisother his hisother hieother
other fields flel of labor and be It further furthey fur further ¬
Resolved that we record our un unsullied unsullied Unsullied ¬
sullied recommendations of his trust trustworthiness trustworthiness trustworthiness ¬
worthiness and Christian fidelity as astheexpastor asthe asthe
expastor the of the New Zion Baptist Bap Baptist Baptist ¬
tist church and the leader of the peo people pe0ple peopie ¬
ple of this city and andResolved aDdResolved andResolved
Resolved further that a copy of ofthese ofthese
these resolutions be sent to the Mace Macedonia Macedonia Macedonia ¬
donia Baptist church of Darlington DarlingtonS
S C and the National Baptist BaptistUnion
Union and all the leading papers of ofFlorida ofFlorldR ofFlorida
Florida FloridaH
H Love Butler Francis FrancisR FrancR
R I Johnson J Centon CentonSec CentonSec
Sec Mitchell H L Simonton SimontonStephen SimontonStephen SimontonStephen
Stephen Jones J L I Lewis LewisJames LewittJames LewisJames
James King KingL KingKI KingKIWJ
7 KIWJ KI ATWATEOTOJ ITII f f1hulKti qPi y r
L 4 lCirtr LCIitIrts t Fife Nt HtviM > xiM J C tIn Grss il s i Is bReport IsReport isiIlrilly
iIlrilly iIlrillyReport
Report reached herethis here this morning morningto morningI I
to the effect that Mr R M Carter Carterof
of Ithl this place was wa killed at Water Watertown Watertown Watertown
town last night on the Seaboardrailroad Seaboard Seaboardrailroad Scaboardrailr0811
railroad For or the past several yearsMr years yearsMr eanJ eanJMr
Mr Carter was flagman on the train trainwith traitwith tralrwith
with Capt Beasley running betweenthis between betweenthis betweenthis
this city and Baldwin but had given givennp
np this job a few days ago He left lefthere lefthere lefthere
here last night Ilig t on a freight train go going going going ¬
ing to Tallahassee where he expected expectedto
to get a run on that road and was washelping washelping washelping
helping the crew crew run the train when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he fell between the cars and met his hisdeath hisdeath hisdeath
deathThe death deathThe deathThe
The deceased was a man of about aboutthirtyfive aboutthirtyfive aboutthirtyfive
thirtyfive years of age and leaves a awife awife awife
wife and two children now residing residingin
in this city They areheartbroken areheartbrokenover are heart broken brokenover
over the news of the untimely death deathof
of the husband and father and have havethe havethe havethe
the deepest sympathy of friends and andacquaintances andacquaintances andacquaintances
acquaintances in their great bereave bereavement bereavemenL bereavement ¬
ment mentThe menLThe mentThe
The body of Mr Carter is said to tobe tobe tobe
be horribly mangled but will besenth be besentjhere besentJlere
sentjhere senth ere for burial tomorrow tomorrowfc tomorrowcm tomorrowCUI
We take this medium of ofing convey cenveying conveylug
ing our sincere and moat heartfelt heartfeltthanks heaitrelttbuk heartfeltthanks
thanks to friends who hire sympa It1 It1tblzed syapathized sympathized ¬
thized with JM 11 us in this the hour h or of ofour oCour o oour
our heavy heirrafiction heirrafictionSo affliction afflictionSo
So 8 many 1 kind words and beautiful beautifulftoweadheir beaaUfulftow beautifulliow
ftoweadheir ftow kd r part to pour balm balmiii
iii ir
00 rbeer ell heart
Very sincerely sincerelyMr
Mr and Mrs Jnp J J Kelly KellyUse KellyJ KellyUse
Use u Plank Planks PlankVCkill ClaUl ToaJc T Tonic J Guaran Guaranteed GuranaL D ¬
teed Price 25 cents Bold old by all alldmggiata alldruJIiItL aldragg1
dmggiata a t tp tT
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RISII R Ir SI Uadrl11laly UuI lllSlI hsui w CIIIII C i ih ftr ftrIIIiIIiic III IIIii
ii UMidc 6Ki 6 at SUM S Id Crag CragEg Cmsftf Crusill
ill ftf It ft flit if Carr Strut StrutAt
At the meeting of the he council heldWednesday held heldWednesday heldWwn
Wednesday Wwn ay night the entire boardwas board boardwaa boardwas
was present With the exception of ofan ofan ofan
an animated discussion relative rel tive to tothe tothe tothe
the insurance of some city property propertya
a short meeting was held heldJ
J R Reed was granted permission permissionby
by the board to place a hoisting en engine enKine engine ¬
gine on the lot of Mr McNair for thepurpose the thepurpose tbepurpose
purpose oT sawing wood woodA
A petition offered by CouncilmanDuryee Councilman CouncilmanDuryee CouDcllmal1Duryee
Duryee to the effect that the receivers receiversfor ivera iverafor
for the S A L Railway Company Companybe
be obliged to place without delay an anautomatic allautomatic anautomatic
automatic gate at the foot of Centre Centrestreet Centrestreet t tstreet
street for protection of life and prop property property property ¬
erty in compliance with a resolution resolutionof IE OluUOQof
of August 15 last was unanimouslypassed unanimously unanimouslypassed unanllDouslypss
passed pss ed by the council councilA L
y ymanager 1
A cormiiucication from Mr Clare Claremanager
manager ma ger of the Florida Natural NatunlPro Pro Products7 ¬ l lducfs 3ducts
ducts Co was read asking that hlacompany hit hitcompany hltcompany
company be given electric power at attheir a atheir a atheir
their plant was referred to the light lightand IIgbtand 4 4and
and water committee committeeOther committeeOther committeeOther
Other matters of less importance importancewere
were referred to the various commie commietees commltees commits commitstees
tees for settlement betllemeutWarrants b8tUerneutWarraDt settlementWarrants
Warrants to the amount of
639886 paid during the mouth of ofSeeiuberj ofi r rllt
Seeiuberj t iuberj llt reo eUuO M cul coup an an tf 6ouuV 6o i Lt of 011iti oflatest 7latest
1iti latest st issue and 17 cnapor coapo P bonds boDdSof boDdSofflnst of offirst o ofirst
first issue i e were destroyed d troyed in open opensession opeQBe5dion opensession µ
session sessionGERUN Be5dionGERm session6ERIAN
Attracts m lay y Pulls in Burl With Wi I ISprluiii hi hiSfluiii ItaSJl
Sfluiii SJl fif Miectiiiif If Cyrus CuntsThe ClritsrheGerman CyrusThe
The rheGerman German steamship steal Jhip Germani Germanicus
cus in port here several days daysla daysIlit F Flitt
la Ilit t week and up until Tuesday rue day had hadmany badmaDY hadmany
many visitors = s while here who were wereattracted wereattracted l lattracted
attracted on board by the magnifi magnificent ¬
cent collection of curiosities curi itie to be befound befound befound
found there thereThis therefhi thereThis
This fhi collection < representing all allthe aUthe allthe
the fighting arms such as guns gunspistols gunpistols gunspistols
pistols knives bows and arrowssling arrows arrowssling arrowsling
sling shots clubs clu swords spears xpearaetc lipearsetc spearsetc
etc of the various islands of the th thas seas seasas setawell
as well as the skulk of people peupluthe peuplutheskins thesbin the theskins
skins = s of monster 1 0 ter reptiles and thehorns the thehorns thehornd
horns of strange animals also > > found foundin
in these savage countries is the theprop theproperty prop property JIOperty ¬
erty of Capt W Berndt Master eithe of oftheGerraanicus ofthe
theGerraanicus the wjfc w IIi b Is one ofthe oftheoldest of the etheoldest theoldest
oldest seafaring m 104m n that has hl18beeo been tothis to tothis tothis
this port for many years He hag hagbeen haabeen hasbeen
been more than forty years getting gettingthese lettinlthese gettingthese
these curiosities which he valuesseveral values at atseveral atseveral
several thousand thou nd dollars dollarsThe doUIUIThe e eThe
The Germanicns sailed s led Tue Tuesday Tuesdaywith Iay Iaywith
with a cargo of pho phosphate phtlptult phate for Ham Hamjt HamurK
jt jtburg r
burg urK 3 3Where > > 4 4f 4Where 41 41Where
Where Bullet Flew FlewDavid 1 1Dlivid
David Parker p er of Fayaga F Fps ° ystq N Y Ya ya Yr Yra
a veteran of the civil WjUJMo wU8vao wltr ao toty totya 10M fo tti ttia > 1 1a
a foot at G ttysburg z Myst My eaye q qgood 1bgood Tne Tnegood
good Electric Electric Bitters have h e dowta dowtaworth dose doseworth 1I 1Iworth
worth more than five hundred bo hun redollarr redollarrto doUan doUanto
to me I spent much money money doctorlug doctor doctoring ¬ <
lug for a bad adcase case of stomach stom troebito troabla troablato
to little purpose I then tried Elec Electric EJtctric Elsotric ¬
tric Bitters and they cured me I Inow s snow i iBOW
now take them as a atonic tonic and theykeep they theykeep
keep me strong and well 50c at atJ a aS
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