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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 July 1891

Diet litetlUM Is 1101 »7 >W. 4liltH Haiti. BOOKATKB HBNKBI, AMBROSE L. 11INKEL KLOKO.BEMBL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'HHI.IBHBBB AND PBOPBIBTOBB OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50 PcBLIBIIBBB OP TUB "SeMINAHIAN," . . LiTITIIBBVILLE, Ml). "Von Boba Mbbsbnobb," - Lithay, Va. "Zion'b Advooatb," - . Fbont Hoyal, Va. 'Tub Oli> Paths," - . . Stbabbi'bo, Va. j "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will bo sunt to any one addren, for one year, lor $2.25 Caih in Advance. Kb mitt ano us should bo made by drafts, checks, post-ofHcc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money iB sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbktibi.su Uatbs, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Oub Chcboii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday even...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 July 1891

For Our Church Paper. "In Whomsoever He Will." BY RRV. J. PAUL STIREWALT. Mr. Editor :—These words at the head of this article constitute the caption of a communication in your issue of July 15, 1891, over the signature "Young Brother.'' Thoso words form part of a sentence which the Young Brother quotes incorrcctly from my published "Sermon on the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity." The sentence as it stands on page Bof my sermon is "That God, in his own time and way, works a true faith In whomsoever he will." This being a proposition in my sermon it seems to mo that it becomes my duty to defend it until I am oonvinced by the Word of God that this proposition is erroneous. When this is done I propose to rocant. Ido not, however, expect to rocant until I see clearly from the Word of God that the proposition is wrong. So far the Young Brother has failed to show the incorrectness of my proposition from the Word of God, although ho reasons very well. I guess ho overlooks the fact that whore ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 July 1891

UIIAINS OF GOLD. Patience is hitter, but its fruit is sweet. Poetry is to philosophy what the Sablmth is to the rest of the week. Pleasing in company is the only way of being pleased in it yourself. Pride requires Tory costly food—it's keeper's happiness.—[Oolton. "I judged n nun by his speaking; Ills nature I could not tell; 1 judged a man by his silence. And then I knew him well." God always has an angel of help for those who are willing to do their duty.— [Cuyler. A miser grows rich by seeming poor; an extravagant man grows poor by seeming rich.—fLavater. Make but few explanations; the character that can not defend itself is not worth vindicating.—[F. W. Robertson. George Eliot says: "Nodisposition is a security from evil wishes to a man whose happiness hangs on duplicity. When gonerous arts bloom from unselfish thought, The I,on! is with us, though wo know it not. —[Lucy Lttrcom. There must ho brain service, hand service, foot service, purse service, as well as lip service, if w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 August 1891

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. fIENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. "THEY SAY." "They say"—Ah! well, suppose they do; But can they prove tho story true? Suspicion may ariso from naught But malice, envy, want of thought; .Why count yourself among the "they" Who whisper what they dare not aay ? "They say"—But why the tale rehearse. And help to make tho matter worse ? No good can possibly accrue From telling what may be untrue; And is it not a nobler plan To speak of all tho best you can ? "They say"—Well, if it should be to, Why need jou tell tho talo of woe? Will it the bitter wrong redress, Or make ono pnng of sorrow less ? Will it the erring one restore, Henceforth to go and sin no more ? "They any"—Oh, pause and look within, See how your heart inclines to sin ; Watch ! lest in dark temptation's hour You, too, should sink beneath its power; l'ity the frail—weep o'er their fall, But speak of good or not at all. Jesus. This significant porsonal name was given to the li...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 August 1891

Offlco XiUtiiihid la 1800 ij liv. Aitaii latoi. Bt'OKATES lIKNKBL, AMBROSE L. HBNKEI. KLONO.HKNKBL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Pt'HI.IUMERS AND PROPRIETOR!! OP OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, *l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50 PUBLISIIBBB OF TIIB "SEMINARIAN," . . LITTIIKIiVILLH, MD. "Von Bora Mbsbbnobr," - Lcbat, Va. "ZiON'B Advooatb," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," - - - Stbasbctbg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent lo any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash In Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-offlce motey orders, or registered .letters; otherwise money is scut at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbrtibinu Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Our Chfroii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vallby every Thursday evening, and ontored a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 August 1891

For Our Church Paper. The Lutheran Church. We had the pleasuro of looking through the new Lutheran church one day this week. The windows have beou in several weeks, but they have been unable to get them hung on account of the great press of work going on in town just now. These windows, designed and filled in leaded stained glass by Wm. A. Ilcfferman, of Lynchburg, Va>, are indeed beautiful. They are tilled with cathedral, opalescent and ondoyant glnss, most tastefully wrought into flowers and figures. Nearly all these windows have inscriptions upon them. One wo noticed is inscribed by the congregation to to the memory of Rev. M. L. Little, who, it will be remenbered, was among those killed in the wreck on the Chester & Lenoir Narrow Gaugo Railroad last March. The congregtion has now only to floor, ceil, plaster and seat the church till it will by ready for use. The pastor tells us that if he could secure something like two hundred dollars, that he would be as...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 August 1891

IK TDK MIGHT. Sometime*!lll the night when I sit and writ#. 1 hear the strangest thlpgt, Aa my tirntn grows hot with a burning thought That struggles for form aad wings. 1 cam hear tho beat of my gwlft blood's feet As it speeds with a rash and a whirr. From heart to brain and back again, l.tkc a race-horso under the spur. With my soul's flno oar I liston and hear The tender silence speak. As it leans on the breast of night to rest And presses his dusky oheek. And tho darkness turns in Its sleep and yearns For something that la kin— And I hoar the hiss of a scorching kiss, As It folds and fondles sin. In Its hurrying race thro' leagues of space I can hear the earth catch breath. As It heaves and moans, and shudders and groans, And longs for tho rest of death. And high and far from a distant star, Whose natno ts unknown to me, I hear a voice that says, "Rejolcc! For I keep ward o'er thee." Gh, sweet and strange are tho sounds that range Thro' the chambers of tbe night; Aud the watcher...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 August 1891

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED IS/3. HENKBL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. TIIE LORD JEIIOVAH. by hkv. n. w. i.owrib, n. n. Jehovah reignctli over all, Anil fulctli with an equal sway; Nor High nor low, nor far nor near, To him is neither night nor ilay. His hand is over all liis works, A mighty arm is his anil bare ; He knoweth over sparrow's fall, Auil counteth evory thread of hair. liejeweloil with a host of stars, His linger guides it day and night, Or wrapped in darkness is the globe, Or bathed in diurnal light. His eye discerns the mere intent. Ho knows the motive's inmost soul, Nor hid from him tlio secret thought, Nor word nor deed from pole to pole. 110 hastes not, stints not; in his sight A thousand yours aro but a day ; Tlie aoros of a single loaf Aro beauteous us the Milkj Way. So groat a God Jehovah is, So great, as well, our praises (x; To liim who everlasting treads The zodiac of eternity. The Bidding Prayer After the Participation. Having partaken of the pre...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 August 1891

■0 obco iiutuiM ii I*ol it lt«. Aitom hmm. noCBATES HENKBI-, AMBROSE L. lIINKBL ILONO.QSNKIL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PItBLISHKUR AND PROVRIBTORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $lOO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, *l-50 PCHLIBIIBBS OF TUB "Seminarian," - - Ltjtiibrvili.b, Mb. "Von Boua Mbbbbnobr," - Lcray, Va. "Ztos's Advooatb," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tbb Old Paths," - - Strabbcro, Va. "Our Church Paper" ud "Shenandoah Valley" will be sunt to any one addreit, lor one year, lor 92.58 Cash in Advanee. Rbmittanobb should bo made by drafts, chocks, post-offlco money orders, or registered letters; otherwise monoy is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Ciiuroh Papbb •a publishod every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vallby every Thursday oveuing, and entered at the postofflc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 August 1891

For Our Church Paper. Mfnutes of Southern Conference of North Carolina Synod. The Southern Conference of North Carolina Synod convened at Centre Grove, July 10,1891, at 11 o'clock A. M., Itev. C. Marks, pastor loci, and Kev. Goo. 11. Cox, president. Opening sermon preached by Kev. C. C. Lyerly from Genoses xxii., 12. At one o'clock conference was opened regularly. The following ministers •ml delegates were present: ltevs. P. Miller, C. A. Marks, Geo. 11. Cox, C. C. Lyerly, Prof. J. D. Shirey, H. A. Trexler, W. It. Brown, Prof. J. A. Linn. Delegates—John L. Miller, J. A. Eddlemau, D. C. Faggart, J. L. Schulenbergcr, W. H. Barnhart, Goo. 11. Barnhardt, J. C. Moser, Leonard Hoffner, B. I). Bangle, J. M. Hendrix, J. A. Brown. Then followed the election of officers with the following rosults: President, Kev. Peter Miller; Secretary, llev. C. C. Lyerly; Treasurer, llev. W. li. Brown. REPORTS OF DELEGATES. Those showed general progress in all the departments of church work. llenolved, That...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 August 1891

WOMAN'S WORLD. MATTERS OF INTEREST IN THE HOME AND SOCIAL CIRCLE. I.ove'a Silence. Of all the words that hear their part In all tlm deeds from day to day, One word Is chiefly in my heart, One little word 1 must not say. The hills of truth arc Straight and steep, They have a smart in every stone. And climbing them 1 needs must weep To think that love must die unknown. Night follows day—day chases night. Aud brings a lesson strange to teach, That love is lifeless in the light Anil silence Is the fullest speech. —[Walter Herries Pollock. • • * Curlon* Cape Dlihti. The Capo of Good Hope housewife gets her substitute for lard from the tail of the native Cape sheep, which member is composed entirely of fat, and often weighs five or six pounds. Eaten on hot toast, this fat is said to be as good as marrow. "Biltong," an old Cape dish, is a long, tongue shaped piece of meat cut out of the hind leg of an ox, which contains two such pieces, each inclosed in a fleecy skin. This is cured and dri...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 August 1891

CHURCH PAPER >i ti'U \ u & ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. THE WANDEREII. BY MIH9 H. It. W. The foolish lamb had wandered Far from the shepherd's fold ; And on barren mountains, Was perishing with cold, The fields seemed so inviting Outside the sheltered nook; He ran from peace and plenty. And from the shepherd's crook. And yet that tender shepherd, Hearing a plaintive cry, Could not the lamb abandon, And leavo it there to die: Out to the mountain quickly, Out in the storm and cold, lie carriod back the lambkin To the shelter of the fold. And many are the wanderers From the Good Shepherd'* side . Content to leavo green pastures, And on poor husks abide ; 'Till bleeding, faint and hungry, They hear the wild beast's four, And in the deepest anguish, Wish they were back onee more. linown to the loving Shepherd Is every heartfelt grief, Willi tenderness and pity. He runs to give relief. Out of the tangled forest, Over the mounta...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 August 1891

OSot lititUitid la 10011; lir. Aatrou BmM. NOOKATKS IIBNKKI., ANUBOSB L. lIBNKKL BLoVO .HKMXIL> HENKEL A CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. i'l HI.ISIISHH AND PIIOI'RIBTOItB OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religioui, 91.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 91.50 PtJßLlsnißß or xn* "Sbminakian," . . Luthkrvillb, Mo. "'Von Bora Mibbknobb," - Luray, Va. "Zion'u Advooatb," . . Front Rotal, Va. 'Thb Olt> Paths," - . . Stbasburq, Va. ••Our Church Papa#" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for 92.25 Cash in Advance. Hbuhtanobh should be made by drafts, checks, post-oflire money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbbiibinu Katbs, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tma of Publication : Our Cntmon Paper ■ a published every Wcdnosday evening and the Shenandoah Vallky every Thursday oveuing, and enter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 August 1891

For Our Church Paper. Report on the South View Orphan Home. Having been appointed Visitor for Synod, tho following report on tho Sonth View Orphan Homo is sub- * mitted in the hope that this noble work may secure tho support it so richly dsserves. During tho past year, the Superin tendont, Rev. W. S. McClanahan, has had under his care 18 children. Over fifty applications havo been made, but the support was absolutely wanting. It is duo the Superintendent to lyiy that his faith in God aud a most commendable devotion to the work, led him to go far beyond the meaus at his disposal, and his hand has never been held back from the helpless save when tho provisions of the Board and his private resources were exhausted. The devotion of his faitlifnl wife has been a constant stay amid those sore trials, and. she has truly done what she could for those little ones in Jesus' name, Tho picture of a Sunday at the Home is a most truthful commentary upon the best life of onr church which has alway...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 August 1891

A MEMORV. Some may forget tho sweetheart old Thiiy knew when life was young; liut though the tale bo often told, The song be often sung, The one to whom I gave my heart I ran remember yet, Wli.." half-regretful tear-drops start— Ah, who would love forget! The very day when 1 proposed, Tlio very hour, the place. The way she looked,but half-composed The blushes on her face: The- but, perhaps, I'd better tell The secret. On my lifo I remember her so very well— Because she is my wife! Long Engagements* Owing to the complications of modem life, aiul the large increase in the list of creatine comforts which polite people have coine to regard as necessaries, marriage lias become a vastly more serious undertaking than it used to be, and is deferred until a later period of life. People in cities who have been used to wear good clothes, and to have servants to wait on them, and to go out of town in summer, no longer marry when tho girl is 18 and the man 22. The man is apt to be nearing 30 bef...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1891

CHURCH "" PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. SENKEL <fc 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. OH, WHY SHOULD TIIE SPIRIT OF MORTAL BE PKOUD? BY WILLIAM KNOX. Oil, why should the spirit of mortal be proud? Like a swift fleeting meteor, a fast-flying cloud, A flash of the lightning, a break of tho wave, Man passetli from life to his rest in tho grave. Tho leaves of thcoak and tho willow shall fade, Ho scattered around and togother bo laid And the young and the old, and tho low and tho high, Shall moulder to dust and togethor shall lie. Tho infant a mother attonded and loved; The mother that infant's affection who provod; The husband that mother and infant who blest, Each, all, aroaway to their dwellings of rest. The maid on whose cheek, on whose brow, in whose eye, Shone beauty and pleasure,—-hcrtriumphs are l>y i And the memory ofthosewho lovedher and praised, Are alike from the minds of the living erased. Tho hand of tho king that the sceptre hath boinc; The brow of the priest tha...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1891

Of co Biiituiiiii is not 171 it. iiticii Hum. SOCRATES lIBNKBL, AMIIHOBB L. lIBNKEI. ILONO.BSMKSL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50 PuBLieiTBBB OP Tim "SIMINAIiIAN," . . IiUTIIBRVILLB, Md. "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. "ZioN'u Advooatb," - - Front Koyal, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," ... Strabbdrq, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.28 Cash in Advance. Hbhi ttanoeb should be made by drafts, I c hooks, post-oHlce money orders, or rcgistered letters; otherwise money is sent at the rsk of the person who forwards it. Stamps r-'ccived. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable r Ivortisomonts, very reasonable, and furnlsh--1 I upon application. Time op Publication : Our Church Paper 1 published overy Wednesday evening and t j SiiRNANDOAn Vallby overy Thursday . oaing, and entered at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1891

For Our Church Paper. Woman's Missionary Society Meeting. By resolution, it became my duty to furnish your many readers a brief account of W. H. and P. M. Convention oi tlie Evangelical Lutheran Synod of North Carolina which met in Clinrlotte, Aug. 12—13. The meeting was presided over on the first day by Mrs. Roisnor of Salisbury. While only two-fifths of the congregations of Synod have W. H. and F. M. Societies and in these not more than onehalf of the women are members, thus reducing the number down to one fifth of our femalo members, yot they raised the past year $731.31, besides what it will cost to print minutes, making about 9750. Revs. W. R. Brown and L. K. Frobst delivered addresses on llome Missions, and Revs. W. A. Lutz and W. S. Bowman, D. D., on Foreigu Missions. Officers elected : President, Miss E. B. Shiroy; Vice President, Mrs. C. A. Marks and Mrs. \V. 11. Brown; Becording Secretary, Mrs. Walton; Corresponding Secretary, Miss Patterson. W. A. Lutz. For Our Church Pap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1891

BITS OP INFORMATION. New York has 0,000 Indians. Africa is encircled by cables. Bering Strait is 30 miles wide. "Glass " eyes are usually made of stone. Only one set of twins is recorded in the bible. Japan has throe ot tho world's largest cities. There are 15,000 bicycle riders in Philadelphia. Tho Jewish population in this country is 60,030. Few horse car conductors escape tho dyspepsia. Japan s 33,000,000 acres of land support a population of 34,000,000. It is said more water is consumed in Philadelphia than in London. By the Whetstone automatic system COO words are telegraphed a minute. Illinois has a larger railway mileage than any other State in the Union—l4,ol7 miles. "Mile" is derived from the first word of the Latin phrase "millia passuum," "a thousand paces." The yard was originally the length of a king's arm; the foot tho length of his pedal extremities. Over 5,000 brsnd now physicians are turned out of the medical colleges of this country every year. Oysters are regarded...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 September 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. aENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. BE ON THE WATCH FOR JESUS Ho on tho watch for Jesus I llcnr what he hath to say Prom hour to*tiour; and he will shed His light upon thy way. For every swift-wingod moment, His messenger shall be Bearing within its narrow bounds Some word from him to thee. Be on tho watch for Josus, And thou shalt loam to trace His faithfulness, when clouds conceal Tho brightness of his face. And in tho humble path assigned By his dear hand to thee Shall room bo found to know thy Lord, And serve acceptably. Bo on the watch for Jesus! Bo careful lest thou miss Oue tiny token of his love, His prcsenco or his grace, lie louchcth then at every point, Iu common things or rare ; Qo forth to meet him, dearest heart! Thou'lt And him everywhere. Bo on the watch for Jesus! Until tlry vision keen Grow quick to recognize his form, To othor eyes unseen. Oh, keep thy heart for him alone! And so shall thou abide, Beneath his shadow, wi...

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