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MONDAY, APRIL t), tao.
THE MORNING ASTOMAX. ASTORIA. OREGON.
Cm SDS SEIDS SEEDS SEEDS
KOW IS THE TIMS TO PLAKT YOUX VEGETABLE, IXOWES
AKD GRASS SEEDS. WE HAVE A IAXGE A5D CHOICE
Red Clever, White Clover, Tim
othy, Orchard. Blue Grass.
Qokot Vuktkt cf Swt Pet and Kasturtism Seed.
A. V. ALLEN
Sole A (ecu For Baktrt Barriaftoi E3 Steel Cut Caff-- J g
SftOXS SOUS SOT2S S033S
I Sermons of j
I Yesterday !
$ J H4f 44- 4
Lat evening Rev. Go-stave Ryd.puist
spoke to a large audience en the sub
ject of Cbri-t s Rumvt5on" and the
proofs therefore. He said in part:
"Tb proofs of the Resurrection of
Christ are so ninny and conclusive thai
every unbia-d warmer must except
them providing he give them a serious
thought. We can divide the proof in
to Biblicil historical and rational
"So Litorical event or phenomenon
has so many proof and trstimonie- a
the 'resurrection of Christ. This is a
blessed assurance and a -great comfort,
as it is of such great importance in
our religion and life. - ,
Hrtorklly also the resurrection i
eoBvincingly testified to. We have al
ready spoken of the death of our Lord
and on account of it publicity it has
never been doubted. There is however
one circumstance in connection with hi
death that has not only been ridiculed
by anti-Christians, but used as an ar
gument against veracity of the Gospel
narrative. When the soldiers saw that
Christ was ah-eadv dead one of them
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thrust his pear into hi side, piercing
his heart, and there gu-beI out a stream
of ldood and water. Jhi little sent
ence has been the bo Of of contention
for age. But the ent-c has siood
there in pit of all ridicule. It was
not that the wntenve was a stroke of
ignorance or a falsehood, but it was ridi-1 broadcast for the benefit of friends and
culed becau-e men. even scientist, dkl neighbor who have definite inicret in
not know any better. This little in- the abent .Woriatr. beyond the
eident mentioned as if by the way only ! radii of the families directly concerned,
ha become the strongest possible proof ( Among the letter and telegram re
not only of the death of Christ, but j reived. Iter-, yesterday, is the following
alo of the manner and nature of hi from Harry George, the young -on of
death. When that -enter was written j Mr. and Mr. George H. George of thi
the human body was not understood as ; city, who i attending Stanford. ''
it is today. Anatomists had not then.; versity:
as they have now, unveiled the myster- j "Santa Clara. April 19. 1?.
ies of the human body, and pathology,! " Yesterday about 3 a. in.. we wen
one of the greate-t science of today, j literally thrown out of the hoiie by the
was nor then taught or nndertood in biggest earthquake on record. In half
the light of modern times. ; a minute, half of Stanford I'liiver-ity
- . I la in ruins-til wooden structures
cvience louav auois w iue umi
when anyone die from violent emotion. I
mental agony, a eru-heil spirit, or by -what
i termed a broken heart in our
popular tongue, a watery secretion is !
alwavs formed in the eavitv of. the j
h--art. The soldier who thrust his -pear
into that acred heart did not know thi
iwwt hut that treat and lovii;? heart
u ii .nw) hv montal awonv rather !
than by physical pain, and in breaking J
it sighed forth the words: 'Eli, Eli. ;
Lania. Sabaktanl' j
"The resurrection of Christ has been
ridiculed a a a myth. But no historical
event has such a complete and trust-
worthy record. Uore are the writers of j
the Go-pels and epistks writing inde- L
oendentlv and at various tune. And
the beautiful harmony of the records
testifies to the truthfulness of the same. I
Mo-t hitori-al events of the far bv-
"one day. are .only recorded by one, and j
if by more we find the records so eon- j
flu ting that it i- dirficult to e-tabli-h j
the truth concerning "thera. Some would;
say that the desciples were vi-sionarie
anil it wa only an iialucirwtion on their j
part that they -aw the Savior after ;
iii- death and burial. Well, the de
eiples tliil really think they jw a vi-ion '
when Chri-t apjieared to thetn at the j
ona-iin our text ile-eribs. The Savior
h.nl to prove him-e!f living and real.
And the doubting Thomas, the very last ,
one to be eonvitxd. tiiuiHy li;r-t out in
overwhelming emotion. "My Lord and
' For .-i purely rational -tandint the
proof- ar eually convinf-ing. There
ran 1 no reult without a caue. :
Cbri-tianity and its progre- miit have ,
an adeijiiate i-aue. It is not conceivable j
that it catr-e cfiuld 1 a fal-ehood or ,
a vi-ion. Even the mo-t skeptic will be :
convinred if they will but -eek the
truth. " j
"A- Chri-tian we rejoice tcattie we ;
have such a firm foundation for our ;
faith. Chri-t ianity a- it is taught ami j
j)reaiiie.l in its purity sol.er the prob- j
lem of this life and makes us hopeful
even iu death. And looking at the re-
Mirrection of Chri-t we can truly ex
'Thanks be to God who hath
itn us the victory. An eternity ot
-.dory and ble-sednes awaits u. Thank
it:! for -M h an asuranr-e. U ho does
not long triumph owr nature: Here
we arc h.impered on all side. Our
I knowledge i- liinit.-d. We cannot peer
into the inv-teric- that surround u- and
come within the -pheie of our thought,
' but we cannot jnetrate them. Our
i hi'.'he-t longings and ambition? cannot
; be realicl here. We feel that we .-arry
! eternity within nir Ving. What an
c-tent '.f knonvleilge. wi-dom, honor,
glory, and power shall flash upon u
I wh-n in the jwer of Giri,t' rennrrec-
tion- our souls pure, etlieri.il and holy
j shall le u-hered into the pre-enw of
I him wli., said. 'Because I live ye -hll
! live at v..' But vhile here l-t u f
v,itne--ei ot Chnt re-une tion. at
test to his glory and power, that his
cau?e may prosper on earth and that
souls mav be wone for bis kingdom."
Ballards Horehound Syrup,
Immediately relieve hoarse, croupy
cough; oppressed, rattling, rasping and
difficult breathing, Henry C. Stearns
Dniseist, Shullsburg, Wis., writes, May
on idoO. ,rI kin ten eelHna P.allaril'.
Horehound Svrup for two' years, and have
never had a'prenaration that has given
better satisfaction. I notice that when
I sell a bottle they come back for more.
I can honestlv recommend it" 25c, 50e
and $1.00. Sold by Hart' Drug Store.
Hcui by Hour PUasant
Reaches the City.
ABSENTEES ARE REPORTED
Words of Cheer From the Mi, Mifee,
Harry Georje. Mr. E4. Wallace,
Stewart Smith and Georjc A.
Wood, Received Yesterday
Hour by hour come the message of
tufely and comfort long hoped by hun
dred in thi city, from kinsmen and
friends in. and near, the depotl.d me
tropolis of California, and the A-torian
is only too glad to puhli-h the tiding
caped. All stone one suffered. Could
not wire or telephone and thi- train
were not nmnin and itnldn't -t down
to ee how the folk tood it until alut
noon, when I manajre! to ratch a train.
; The folk are well, their only lo bein
"The Jamas- at Stanford i a fol-
"New Ubrarv buildin" utterly
moIihed down to the jrround
"New Gyrnn. lttl urtid ruined.
'.Vfueum. both wing are utter
"Chemistry buildinjr. front all gone.
"Memorial arch. hatterd, partially.
Bi, ,.nimav down and kv-t.
M E building, partially de-troyed.
Memorial church, an utter wreck;
nothing but a shell.
"Back Outer Quad, utterly wi,l out
by falling chimney.
"Side af Outer (Juad. partially gone.
"Km-ina Hall, four lloor fell, burying
all that went with them sleeping in
Iwd; -even were taken out by the stu
dent, tiadly injnrcl, and one was dead.
A fireman a- al-o kill-'l by the falling
"All the buiMing 'ie more or le
-haken up and every brick on stone j
building in Palo Alto i- down or out of!
c.mni'i ion. We. Iiwir. resume!
r lae' on Friday, a- the . room- J
ivere -parcL I
"It was certainly a half minute of nt i
:er de-truction. It -wer.t the whole'
valley. Santa Clara and San Jose are
-iglit. a- i- Stanf'H.'.. .Wnti ten year
of laV.r i lo-t; mi!lin ol dollar it
will take to rebuild. There were six
or seven shock- after the fir-t one.
"Saw Carl P.--. He i- -tayirig with
his relative at Palo Alto for the
"Will telegraph you as oon as the
line are up, etc., etc."
Mi- Anna Mag e, write, from Oak
land, under date of Thnrsdav -last, in
tJl f0!oujn,r filing term-:
Tiant God. B'lle and I are at Mrs.
Xewball's, and safe. We are almost
worrie(j t0 jeatll t0 how vou both
are, a we hear such awful r. ports from
Til(,v pf,r.i.,tlfi ;s i.nried.
arrived here thi morninz and
what we have gone through -iiu yes-
; tcrday morning, at 5 o'clock, i -imply
indeseribabk; the horror r.f it was aw-
ful. We never expected to grt here
j alive, and yet we are aie and not even
"San Francisco is on-, immense ruin;
: and what is left of h-r. i- fiercely ablaze.
, Oh! if we crmM only -f-c -ai and be
; with you! i
'T wll try to telegraph you tolay,
if the wires open. We have lost
ev-rything, but have a few dollai left.
: We paid ii ' for aridc1 of a few block
in an expre wagon.
"Oakland U afe: the.,- i- no f,ie here,
. -o we are alj right, and our chief an
! siety is to know that you are all as
' -afe and well as we are.
"We sl-pt in a ceme'ery. ju-t.out--ide
of San Franci-eo la-t night, and
. the great fire was so c-loe to u- we did
not expect to get out alive. (F.ven a I
write, my mind keeps running on the
bitter fact that all of you people may
be lost, too). We are -afe now. and
' did not suffer the terrible hard-hips that
nut)y bad to face'
"Do not worry about us; we are in
afe bands, and well, but do let u
hear from you without delay."
Mrs. Ed. Wallace, formerly of As-
. , , immiimumm
toria, write to her iter. Mr. K- K.
Honj-liUm. frmi Santa !!, on Vcl-m-tlay
ht. avi'V. in irt:
"I write you jut a few line to let
you know wc aie all vifo mwl omul.
-himmc you know ne linve had an
aful earth.unk hcr thi morning '
"lt wa drenlfiil. and ih the fire
ha followed it and all of Thud, r mirth
ami Fifth tret are entirely burned
up by thi ttuie. "ou won hi not know
the town if you could v it.
"ijtt of eodc hav. been Imrnvd to
death in the bitf hotel. The Murt lune
ha fallen in and I think even' lutiM
ing in the city i niore or less damaged.
"I hope 1 may never w it ie anything
like it again. The scene at the tak
ing of the people out of the ttiim-.l I
Vmildinga. brui-ed and dviug and dend
i wum-thing awful. There i not a
chimney left ".landing in tlie city,
"Our next dor neighlwr's houe went
down in the shock, but none of them
were hurt. We had to move our tove
out of ihior to cook in. and e ait
thankful to come through it all without
lieing hurt on killed, tmr houe did m
fall, but the pla-ler was literally strip
ped off it, and all our dt-he and glass
ware i hatered. including the vae I
pt at the A-toiia Itegatta. Thing are
tr.-ti all over the place and from one
id of the boue to the other.
"The tire ha iMt yet approached our
-treet and we ate hoping it will not."
Itevi.1 Smith i in receipt of a wire
from hi brother. St -wart Smith, at
San Frami"o. i.lvi-Mig him that he i
afe and well an. I nt the llii Hon--,
I)r. G. A Wood h commmiifnted
hi afety to hi father and mother
here. Captain and Mr. G. W. Wl;
and thu tlw good ne collie- in from
time to tim-.
J-ater: I r. t;n Wil t'legiaphel tin
econd time, announi-hig that he wa
with the Iteil t ro. tatT: that he wa
well and ouikI. and had plenty of food,
and everything but fire, w!eh i a
prohibited el.-tiient in San Krnci-c.
these day. TV "ire reached hi- moth
er lat night about ft o'clock.
Charle H. Haddiv of thi city city
lat night received a b-ttcr from hi
mother, who is at Point Kw-hmond. Cal.,
jut out of San Fracico. The letter
inform him that ! i afe and wmnd.
SI1LIGT0N DRY GOODS GO.
RELIEF FUND FOR THE
nHniiHiiui iu ii npii.y. . f 'ms up i XT" sara
FIVE PER CENT OF THIS
STORES ENTIRE SALES FOR
THE BALANCEOF THIS MONTH
WILL BE GIVEN TO FRISCO
Arie to the emergency and
few of our pri'SH quoted How
also be swelling thi mo-t needed
100 Women's Walking
Will attract an enthu-ia-tic throng of buyer --lot)
new up-to-date walking skirts to 1 eold at a uniivd-ou-ly
low price. Black, blue, greys, greens, and nil
colors; panel , plaited and -trap trimmed; every kirt
well made and finished. The l-e-t skirt bargain ever
offered for the money.
$1.30 Value for fo.98? 0.50
2.25 ' " 1.10 7.50
" 3-50 W.75
" 4.00 12.00
" 4.25 15Hl
Remember the celebrated Butcr-Iirovvn Stocking regular price, 25 cents a pair; our price it only 12
cent, . TO THE CASH TRADE ONLY.
I Isn't le
P. A. STOREvS
The Stort Whet
though suffering ccniderably from the
h.rk. Tlie earthquake at Point Mien
moml the lettet a.v wa. "very ter
rifle." The let, r i. .tided the llli.
SAFE, BUT HUNGRY.
thief Fo-trt of the tile depaltmetit i"
llii city lt ttii.t le.eive.1 a letter
faun !u- brt.t'jet Hairy Ko-l.-r of thi
eitv wh.t l vi!lna iti San Fatn-i.
when lite raith'puke and lire icuire.i
The h-tt r i u!"'l the -otSi. and on
the ba.l'uf of hotel tat..w iy.
which had ev!citiv Ueii picked up
fis.iu the dcl.iW, . it written all
over with figure?, on tin- r-vere -i.e.
The letter state that Mr Foter lud
had nothing tc a-t all day Fridav. and
io.e TiieUy mining. wIm-ii the lire'
tarted. had bad nothing ev.ept a few
Mrajr which he picke,! up. He stat
ed that he wouL: leave San Frn-i--o
a oon be able to leave. The
letter was ri!eii and poted on the
aid the suffering thousands who have Keen stricken of nl! they oc-. A
will nsciire you that it will save you money to make your put chases of u and
$0.50 Value for
2.00 " "
3.00 " "
Value for $4 50
" " 5.00
rgiKHiim Tffiiiinii.iw.i n .mi .. .
with your sjultig milt. IWt
U the l't one to "blosaom
out," trui stock of gwnl
clotlu's l the uewrit ami the
lnet that ran I Uitight,
They are lijjht in style,
and price. Vou can't iftord to
mini teeing them If you
(o lie dierd tight (hit
t,k ol -tin" iind I'anama
ate in; huf one; )ou won't
le dlccd eoitectly without
comer o( Van S'e avenue and (irary
This' salve is Intended especially for
sore nipples, burns, frost bites, chapped
hands itching pilw, rhronle sort ayes
gran- Isted eve lids, old chronic aorei and
for dleasea'of the. skin, iuco at tetter
salt rheum, ring worm, scald head,
herpes bather' itch, scabies or it'll and
e-rema. It h met with unparalleled
success in the treatment of thet dl
es. Price Zi cent per boi. Try it.
For sal by Frank Hart and leading
A LIBERAL OFFER.
Herman Wis will giv 10 pr cent of
all h during the Iwhime nf this
month to th relief of the arthjuak
uff.rer la California.
A Mr. Wi.e etrrie th larjest stock
of men's and boys' goods and ha all
of hi goods marked in plain figure,
you will do well to buy your (rood
from Mr. Wis a ad Itrdirtctly W.j
, thoss) who ar In want in California.
m.sMTra jtttxz fg WJTMr
250 Pairs Lace Curtains
.$0.39$ 5.00 Value for $3.00
, 1. to 0.1HI " " 4.00
. x.3 7.00 " " 4-50
. a.oo 8.00 " " 5.00
. a.25 12.95 " 8.00
Dress Goods and Silks
One-third off regular price on, every yard of Pre
Good and Silks in our entire stock.
Children's Suits and
All go at one-half the regular price.