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t 4 THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAYMORNING JANUARY 1 1905 i v c
CHRISTMAS OF ROYAL
f FAMILIES EUROPE
One Day in the Year When the Kingly
Dignity UnbendsImpressive Rites
Required in Russia
r
The rGyal familIes of Europe have
many ways of observing Christmas
says an exchange In every court it
it a day of good cheer and almost
everywhere is marked by some sort
of unbending from the kingly dignity
which prevails on the other 364 days
of the year
King Edward shuns his great pal
aces on Christmas and goes down to
his cosy country house at Sandring
ham In Norfolk where he can do as
he pleases without being hedged in
by court etiquet There the children
and grandchildren of the king and
quean have a merry day together and
the youngsters lord it over their royal
grandpa to their hearts content
There is a huge chimney at Sandring
ham where the stockings are hung up
and the little ones run froth at dawn
to see what Santa Claus has brought
them just as do the children of the
I
bumblest family in England In the
afternoon there is a childrens party
and In the evening the king has a
very informal reception at which he
1 and some intimate friends sit around
I the fire and tell btorles
The German Emperor
The German emperor and his large i
family begin their festivities on
Christmas eve at the Kalserbof with
a Christmas tree and a big Christmas
supper Then the royal family join
la singing a Christmas carol Next
the father mother and seven children
all kiss each other Also each mem
ber of the family gives every other
one a present so that seventytwo
gifts are exchanged At the supper
rwhich follows there are no servants
and the royal family waits upon Itsel
for the only time in the year Christ
mas morning the kaiser spends in re
ceiving the calls of many officials In
Sixteen
Bargain Pianos
On Terms to Suit
Anybody
We wish to close these out before
taking inventory and have put prices
on them that surely ought to move
them all quickly
CHICKERING SQUARE PIANO
Fancy Case Was 75000 now
3500
ESTEY SQUARE
Small size Splendid order 50
JAS POWELL SQUARE
Good order 4500
GUILD SQUARE 4
Smalwk 4000
JAMES J rt SQUARE
Fine order 5000
Terms on any of the above 500
down and balance 50c per week until
paid for Will be taken back and al
low all paid on new piano All of
the above are splendid practice pianos
OUVIER SONS UPRIGHT PIANO
Small French Piano Terms 100
per week Price 9000 I
SCHULTER UPRIGHT PIANO
Good practice piano 100 per
week Price 9509 I
BRIGGS UPRIGHT PIANO
Very small Case and interior has
just been renewed A big barj
gain 126 per week Price
15000
KIMBALL UPRIGHT PIANO
Walmtt case Small size Good
order Terms 100 per week
Price 16iOO
STULZ BAUER UPRIGHT PIANO
Case revarnished Action thor
oughly repaired and in good
order 168 per week Price
17S09
EVERETT UPRIGHT PIANO
Firstclass order Thoroughly re
newed 119 per week Price I
19000
SMITH BARNES UPRIGHT PIANO
Large style Birds eye maple
Case mahogany finish 150 per
week Price 20000
OPERA UPRIGHT
Fancy case Large Just out of
the repair shop In splendid or
der 200 per week Was 50000
I now 21000
ROYAL UPRIGHT PIANO I
Large walnut case Nearly new
A bargain 175 per week Price I
2eo I
SINGER UPRIGHT PIANO I
Mahogany case Nearly new 175
per week Price 22iOO 1
KRANICH BACH UPRIGHT PIANO
I
Large style Fancy mahogany
case 20 per week Was 60000
now 35009
1
With aM of the above pianos we I
give two years free tuning and In i
struction book and fully warrant them I
to be just as represented I
Parties out of the city should men
I
tion 2 A d choice to be sure of getting
one of these bargains
TIE CLUTTER KySIC MOUSE
104 S PALAFOX ST
DlsacoLA JLA
the afternoon he goes out walking
and to every soldier in uniform whom
he meets he gives a silver coin He
also enters humble homes bestowing
Christmas greeUngs and alms upon
the Inhabitants The kaisers Christ
inas present billys a tremendous one
for he sends gifts to all the royalty of
the states composing the federal Ger
man empire and to nearly every Eu
ropean monarch
Italy and Austria
The Italian royal family Is spending
Christmas this year at the Villa Sa
vola near Rome recently purchased
by King Victor Christmas day ami
the evening preceding are marked by
many religions observances The
queen prepares a manger cradle
with her own hands for the little
princesses and the crown prince
There is also a Christmas tree
If an Austrian child or adult
were to be asked which is the most
important day In all the year he
would certainly reply Christabend
Christmas eve And if you were to
aek why the answer would probably
le Because it is the childrens day
the day on which above all others
you must not be absent from the fam
ily circle
Beautiful Festival
Several years ago When all the
children of Franz Josef and the Em
press Elizabeth were at home Christ
mas was a beautiful festival at the
Hofburg The empress herself super
Intended the ghtlng of the Christmas
tree and on the table about its base
were lard out the presents for the fa
ther and mother and all the princes
and princesses Then would follow a
happy evening The tragic death of
the crown prince was the first break
In the festivities but even after he
was gone and the Princesses Gisela
and Marie Valerie were married the
empress who spent the rest of the
year in travel would return to Hot
burg for Christmas with her husband
and those of her family who remain
ed Then came her assassination and
since that event no sound of Christ
mas gaiety has been heard within the
Hofburg walls Old Emperor Franz
Josef spends Christmas at the home
of his soninlaw and daughter Arch
duke Franz Salvator and Archduchess
Marie Valerie They have a big fame
ily the eldest 12 the youngest an in
fant in arms and the broken old ruler
is never so happy as when he is with
these eight grandchildren
Purely Religious
Christmas is a day of rest for Pres
ident L ubet The feast being in
France purely a religious one there
Is nothing in the protocolary way to
disturb the president and he cele
brates by remaining quietly at home
with his family Madame Loubet
however does not find as much leis
ure as her husband First of all she
attends service at the church of St
Philippe du Roule inthe morning In
the early part of the afternoon she In
vites all the children of the servants
and minor employes of the Elysee
palace to the ChrIstmas tree in the
grand salonwhere each of the little
ones receive a present from Mme
Loubets own bands Later she at
tends a Christmas tree given to the
I children of Alsatian and Lorraine
I families living In France mere not
only are toys and clothes distributed
but where the greatest actors and
singers in France appear in opera
and comedy parts afterwards
Impretsive Rites
I Christmas comes thirteen dayslater
iu Russia where the old calendar Is
still in force At the Russian court
I Christmas Is observed with all the
gorgeous and impressive religious I
rites required by the doctrines of the
Orthordox Greek church The czar
goes In full uniform late on Christ
mas eve to attend divine service In
the chapel of the Imperial palace He
invariably implants a kiss on the
cheek of the first common soldier
whom he sees doing sentry duty In
the corridors of the palace The
soldier Is always carefully washed by
the palace officials In advance and
care is taken that he is a man In good
i health who has run no danger of
coming into contact with infectious
diseases during the previous two or I
three weeks To achieve this secu
rity the soldier who is destined to re i
ceive the kiss is kept in seclusion I
under medical supervision during this
period After the czar has kissed him
and passed on his way to the chapel I
the great ladles of the court embrace
and kiss the common soldier glad to
be able to impress their lips on the
spot wHch the mouth if their conse
crated ruler has touched Christmas
day is observed In English fashion for
both the czar and the czarina are de
voted to English habits and customs
Roast beef and plum pudding are the
principal dishes at their Christmas
dinner apd the imperial children find
I on Christmas morning that the stock
ings hunK up on Christmas eve have
I been fiilled by Santa Claus during the
night
The czar spends the day as do Ed
ward and Wilbelm largely in romp
ing with the little ones of his house
hold
Imperfect Digestion
Means less nutrition and In conse
I quence less vitality When the liver
fails to secrete bile the blood becomes
loaded with bilious properties the
digestion becomes impaired and the
bowels constipat03 Herbine will rec
tify this it gives tone to the stomach
liver and kidneys strengthens the
appetite clears and Improves the com
plexion infiises new life and vigor to
thtf whole system 50 cents a bottle
BoM br all ArntririBtK
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MANY EN ROUTE TO
FLORIDA COLONY
EXPECTED THAT BY APRIL 1ST
AT LEAST 10000 PEOPLE
WILL BE LOCATED
THERE
The Charlton County Ga Herald
in speaking of the big colony to be
established on the St Marys river
north of Jacksonville says
The daily newspapers are printing
long articles about Charlton county s
great colony which Hon P H Fitz
gerald of Indianapolis Ind is now
establishing at St George Cutler
The latest information is that by
April 1st 10000 people will be there
and that large brick buildings will
soon be going up there We under
stand that only a limited amount oi
tie stock remains unsold The colony
company of which Mr Fitzgerald is
the head own almost everything over
that way and the only chance to get
a hold there on the cooperative or
mutual plan and at first cost Is to buy
through Mr Fitzgerald
It will not be long after the estab
lishment of this great colony until an
electric railway will be built from St
George to Folkston and on the Fer
nandina
Expect Government Aid
Next we fully expect the govern
ment in the course of a few years to
take the old survey and construct the
canal so long talked of years ago as
well as recently connecting the wa
ters of the Gulf and the Atlantic
which would save us much time and
avoid the great dangers vessels en
counter passing around the Florida
keys There is no need to thrash
Dye rthe same straw and elaborate on
the advantages and practicability of
this route as the government is in
full possession of the facts and it has
been said that when the matter was
heretofore up for discussion the gov
ernment officials preferred this route
to all others
Tuesday afternoon Prof C W
Waughtel and Herman Alberts and
their families all hasllng from Dan
ville 0 passed through Folkston in
wagons en route to St George
Prof Waughtel says he was prin
cipal of a normal college in his town
in Ohio
In reply to a quesUon as to what
he thought of this section he replied
I thought I was fairly well versed in
the topography of the whole country
but I admit I was never so much sur
prised in my life This section Is the
best one I have ever seen the finest
climate and the best land Continu
ing Prof Waughtel said I have
seen some of the best lands here for
growing celery I ever saw before
They report a large number of set
tlers on the way
THE HOUSE THAT JIM BUILT
This Is the house that Jim built
This is the bayou and lonely road
that run by the house that Jim built
This is the street that the house
stood in down on the bayou and lonely
road that run by the house that Jim
built
This is the man all shaven and
shorn that built a lence one sunny
morn that shut up the street and lone
ly road that run by the house that
Jim built
This is the man aU tattered anJ
torn that raised a kick that sunny
morn against the man all shaven and
shorn that built the fence that shut
up the street and lonely road that run
by the house that Jim built
This Is the corporation as sure as
youre born that tackled the man all i
tattered and torn that raised a kick
that sunny morn agaInst the man all
shaven and shorn that built the fence
that shut up the street and lonely road
that run by the house that Jim built
This is the board of public works
that gave the corporation the jerks
when it butted the man all tattered
and torn that raised a kick that sun
my morn against the man all shav n
and shorn that built the fence that
shut up the street and lonely road
that run by the house that Jim built
This Is the mayor with jests and
quirks that tickled the board of pub
lie works that gave the corporation
the jerks when It tackled the man al
tattered and torn that raised a kick
one sunny morn against the man air
shaven and shorn that built the fence
that shut up the street and lonely
road that run by the house that Jim
built
This is the surveyor all forlorn
now staking off streets in fields of
corn as ordered by the board of public
works that gave the corporation the
jerks when it tackled the man all tatter
ed and torn that raised a kick one sun
ny morn against tho man all shaven
and shorn that built the fence that
shut up the street and lonely road
that run by the house that Jim built
CHAS H BLISS
Pleasant and Most Effective
T J Chambers Ed Vindicator
Liberty Texas writes December 25
1902 With pleasure and unsolicltited
by you I bear testimony to the cura
tive power of Ballards Horehound
Syrup I have used ittla my family
and can cheerfully affirm it is the
most effective andpleasantest remedy
for coughs and colds I have ever
used 25c SOc and 100 Sold by all
druggists
200 REWARD
I will pay two hundred dollars re
ward for evidence that will lead to
the arrest and conviction of the mur
derer or murderers of Travis John
son on Dec 27 1904
J C VAN PELT Sheriff
Sldeclw
NOTICE OF REMOVAL
Dr J Go Heard has moved his dental
office to rooms 2 and 4 Masonic
Temple
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I one wHich proves more popular if
with the passing of time is
I OLD J OE
I The whiskey of preference V
I OLD JOE is getting better and better P
I older andolder all the time The same uni I
I form high quality will be main t
I tained thus assuring smooth 5
1 mellow article of rare merit More
than 1500000 bottles were required >
ffl to supply the demand during the
past year a record not approached p <
by any other brand Insist upon
OLD JOE and avoid disappointment w >
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I ment Sold by good dealers every > Vs
where Every bottle has a red seal over cork H < o irtr
SOLE PROPRIETORS ti
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NEW YEARS SERVICES
AT THE CHURCHES TODAY
l
MANY HAVE PREPARED SPECIAL
MUSIC AND SPECIAL NEW
BEl
YEARS SUBJECTS WILL BE
DISCUSSED
The services at the churches today
will be for the most part of a special
order In celebration of the New1
Year The various programs are as
follows I Catholic 1
St Michael ChurchFather Ful
lerton pastor 5 oclock a m High
Mass followed by Low Mass 9 a
m Childrens Mass 1030 a m last
Mass followed by Benediction Ap
propriate Christmas music
St JosephsRev Chas E Har
koff pastor 5 a m blessing of the
New Crib Devotions to the Holy In
fant High Mass and Sermon 730
a m Low Mass and Short Instruc
tion 10 a m High Mass Sermon
and Te Deum 4 p m Vespers Ro
sary and Benediction At the two
high masses the choir will render I
Miffsa Solemnis In Georgian chant
according to the regulations of Pius
X I
We have a crib that has been reJ
cently imported from Europe It con
sists of a stable and 24 pieces of
statuary It is a work of art it
will be blessed at the 5 oclock Mass
Sunday morning and remain erected
during the Christmas season for the
devotion of the faithful
Episcopal
Christ ChurchRev P H Whaley
rector will preach at 11 oclock and
730 p m Precentor WF Hall sup
ported by a select choir will renJer
the following song service
f
Morning Processional Hymn Sir
Mendelssohn I
VeniteW Crotch
Te Deum in FB Tours
Jubilante In DL Sullivan
Hymn 49 Novella
Kyria in DA Sullivan
Gloria TlbeJ B Dykes
Hymn 53C Avlson
Anthem Arise ShineC Simper
SanctusClarke
Hymn 225 Hodges
Gloria in Excclsis Anon
Nunc Dimittis Simper
Recessional 5WfId t
EveningProcessional Hymn 51
Mendelssohn
Chora Service Fallis
Magnificat in FC Simper
Nunc Dimittis in FC Simper
Hymn 49 Novello
Anthem Arise Shine C Simper
Hymn 53Arrison
Recessional 59 Wilde
St Katharines Church Following
is the order and services at St Kath
arines Church Rev A T Sharpe
I
rector
730 a mHoly Communion
930 a m Sunday school
1100 Morning Prayer Serm n
and Holy Communion j
400 p m Evening Prayer and
Sermon I
The church Tvill be handsomely
decorated and there will be special
Christmas music All seats free in
this church
The Sunday school Christmas cele
bration at St Katharines Church and
rectory corner Davis and Cervantes
streets will be held on Holy Inno
cents Day Wednesday December 23
from 3 to 6 p m
Methodist
Palafox StreetRev H T John
son will preach at 11 a m subject
Christ Crowded OutLuke 27
7 p m subject Christianity as
Sa1tlal 52 I
Special Christmas music at each
ervice 4
Gads en Street Dr Sylvesjjjer
1r 1
Weeks will preach at 11 a m and
730 venlng Appropriate music
f Baptist
First Baptist ChurchNew Year
Services at thq First Baptist Church
at 11 am ail 730 p m today
Morning subject The Fleeting and
the Enduring
Night subject A Backward
Glance
B Y P U service at 630 p m
Sunday school at 930 a m E D
Beggs superintendent
Sunbeam Society at 3 p m Mrs
M E Wilson leader
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend these services
Select Christmas music both morn
ing and evening
Presbyterian
First 1 Presbyterian ChurchRev J
S Sibley pastor
11 a m Sermon subject Gods
Gift 2 Cor 915
The following program will be rend
ered at the Praise Service at 730
p m
Organ prelude
Prayer
Hymn No Congregation
Christmas Cantata by Dudley Buck
The Coming of the King
I Prophecy Soprano Solo
II AdventCorus
III The Annunciation Alto Etod
Tenor Solos
IV Across the Desert Male
Chorus
V The Plains of BethlehemLa
dips chprus tenor solo and full chorus
VI Departure of the Shepherds
Bass and soprano solos and male
chorus
VII Hymn No Congregation
yin the Virgins Lullaby Alto
solo
IX The Adoration Soprano and
bass solos
A
X Adestc Fideles Chorus
XI Offertory
XII Hymn No 121Congregation
XIII Benediction
Church of Christ
Church of ChristCorner Alcanlz
and Jackson streets Bible school 10
a m Regular services at 11 a m
and 730 p m with preaching by W
T Tracey Prayer meeting Wednes
day at 730 p m All cordially in
vited to attend these services
> Universalist
First Universalist ChurchEast
Chase street Rev C B Lynn
pastor will preach today at 11 a in
and 5 p m Topic for morning ser
vice The Message of the New Year I
to this Parish Topic for 5 oclock
service The Transformed Life
Sunday school at 1Q a mAll are
cordially invited to attend these ser
vices Special music Seats free
Lutheran
German Lutheran ChurchRev J
I Relnhardt pastor German ser
vice 1030 ft m English service 7p I
m Sunday School 5 a m Vestry
meeting after close German service
Scandinavian Lutheran Church
Rev JobsHetlle pastor Services at
1Q30 amnd 5 pm Special Inn
sic at both services Special service
Monday ati030 a m
Chrisfian Science
Christian Science Regular services
are 4ed inroom No 6 of Masonic
Temple every Sunday morning at 111
oclock W Wednesday afternoon at 4 p
m Subjectfor today Life Stran
gers are cordially welcome
Forced to Starve
B F Leek of Concord ysays
For 20 years suffered agonies with
a sore on my upper lip so painful I
sometimes that I could not eat After
vainly trying everything else I cured
it with Bucklens Arnica Salve Its
great rorTmrns cuts and wounds At
fYm1 l s qnly 25c I
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THE WEATHER
FOR JANUARY
WHAT MAY BE EXPECTED FOR
THIS MONTH FROM RECORDS
OF PAST 25 YEARS
ObserverWra F Rcedof the local
weatherbureau has compiled the fol
lowing data covering a period of 25
years from the weather bureau rec
ords at Pensacola Fla for the month
of January They are Issued to show
the conditions that have prevailed
during tbJfionth in question for the
above P of years but must not
be constuteo1 as a forecast of the
weather conditions for the coming
month
Temperature JlOr normal tem
perature 52 degrees
The warmest month was that of
1890 withan average Of ii3 degrees
The coldest month was that of 1886
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with an average of 46 degrees
The highest temperature was 79 de
grees on January 8th 1890
The lowest temperature Was 15 de
grees on January 9th 1886
The earliest date on which first
killing frost occurred in autumn
November 12th
Average date on which first kill
ing frost occurred in autumn De
cember 5th
Average date on which last killing
frost occurred In spring February
23rd 7
23rdThe
The latest date on which last kill
ing frost occurred in spring April
6th
Precipitation rain or melted snow
Average for the month 397 inches
Average number of days with 01 or
an inch or more 11 <
The greatest monthly precipitation
was 997 Inches in 1885
The least monthly precipitation was
063 inches in 1902 j
The greatest amount recorded j
n any 24 consecutive hours was 352
inches on January 3 and 4 1881
The greatest amount of snowfall re
corded in any 24 consecutive hours
record extending to winter of 1884
85 only was 04 inches on January
14 1892
Clouds and Weather Average num
ber of clear days 9 partly cloudy
days 11 cloudy days 1L i
Wind The prevailing winds have
been from the north I
The average Dourly velocity of the
wind is 99
The highest velocity of the wind
was 50 rnhlea froth the southwest on
January 21 1891
HEADACHES FROM COLDS
Laxative Bromo Quinine removes the
cause To get the gepuine call for
the full name andlook for signature
of E W Grove 25c
Installation of Officers
Florid Chapter No 14 Order East
ern Star held a very Interesting
meeting last Wednesday night and
the following officers were duly in
stalled
Mrs Eva moos Worthy matron
Mrs J M1 Flynn worthy patron
Mrs Ella Beyer associate matron
Miss Bertha Stewart secretary
Miss Mollie Loskey treasurer
Miss Maud Rendall conductress
Mrs Tillte ennard associate con
ductress
Mrs Mary Fowler alder
Mrs Minnie Bona elRuth
Mrs Eva Anderson Esther
Miss Willie B Kendricks Martha
Miss Lorena White Electra
Mrs Hannah V Rendall chaplain
Mrs Ida Edrehi marshall
Mrs Amanda Wilkinson warden
i Mrs Kelly sentinel
BAY EXCURSION TODAY
Captain Benale Edmundson will run
cheap excursions to the large cruiser
Columbia thIs Sunday afternoon
Fare 25 cqhts found trfp
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Being the Best Balanced Ration for
M
Feeding Working
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Animals
and for a
Milk and Butter
Producer
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We ask the feeders cfv Hordes
Mules Oxen and Mitch Cows to give
this feed a trial and be cpnvlnced
CALL FOR THE ORIGINAL
MOLASSES FEED SUCRENE
AND TAKE NO OTHER S
F S Mellen S Co 1
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A fine style of penmanship a neat
business letter a full set of double
entry books a most rapid system of
shorthand and typewriting accurately
and with speed 4
ALL THIS TO BE LEARNED AT THE
PFJSAOOM
BUSINESS COLLEGE
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It is the best equipped and best
managed school in this section Dack
ward students are made to love the
work I
HATTON SEARS
Proprietors
Phone 900 W D SEAR Prln
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New Year l I
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YOULL HAVE A HAPPY
NEW YEAR ALL RIGHT IF 1
YOU SEND YOURTTAUNDRY
TO THE
Star Steam J
Laundry
19 E Garden St Phone 14
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