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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 October 1891

Jffl:: fiotiblubeA lo 1806 by Bsf. Atstroie 3eak»l. fc» >oil\TKß llßNlvlil., , AMBROSE L. niKEL, EI.O>U.QBNH£L. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New (Viarket. Shenandoah Co., Va | Pub: ItsllßltS AND PUOCUIKTOKS. OF OUR CHUiiCtl PAPER," Religions. SI.OU. SHENANDOAH valley, v Local, $1.50. PI'IILIBUBBB 01' TUB " Skminakian," - . Ltjthruvii.l K. Mi) "Von UoiiA Mbssbnobb," - Lvkay, Va. • Z-xon's Advooatu," - - Kuo.nt Kovai , Va. • Tub Ou» t'was," - - Stiiasbt'uo, Va. "Our Church Pape,-"' and "Sfconandoah Vat Say " v.ill bo sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. L'bmittanobs should be made by drafts, clu .iks, post-office morcy orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the ri*kof the person who forwards it. Stamps received. I .;DTKHTISIN'J H.nB 8, for unobjectionable advertisements. v>-ry reasonable, and furnished upon application. TI.UK OK PUBLICATION : OlM! CIIPROII PaCEK is published every Wedne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 October 1891

For Our Church Paper. A Popular Mediaeval Legend. JIY J. G. M. s Mb. Editoe If you should over■■ go to Switzerland, do not omit :v visit I to Lake Thun. It is a quiet, beautiful little shoot of water, tranquilly re- ! posing in a basin walled in by snow capped mountains. A small iron steam boat conveys tourists from one end to the other in an hour, skimming over its glassy surface with too great celerity to give you an opportunity of minutoly examining the romantic beauties of this charming region. On tho face of one of the mountains overhanging the lake, is the cave of St. Beatus, above a small cascade which from a great elevation leaps into the water. I like legendary lore and allow me to tell you the legend of this saiut which is one of tho most beautiful of German Switzerland, and which may also please some of your readers. St. Beatus before hib conversion, was a stern and formidable warrior. It was in the midst of bis daring exploits that he becainc a Christian.— From that mome...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 October 1891

Wo "I* Ttint Arc tn Style. The latest IXshiona in furniture woods in Grand Rapids, the greatest furniture manufacturing center in the world, are set forth thus by the Northwestern Lumberman: Oak lends in point of popularity, and enters into the construction of all kinds of furniture to the most expensive. Quarter sawed oak is extensively used fur the higher grades and medium priced furniture, while bastard sawed goes into tie lower and cheaper grades. Next to oak, this season comes whits nod bird's eye maple, and immense quantities of this will be used. Curly maplo is used in veneers exclusively, and often goes into the highest priced furniture, while white maple vies with quarter sawed oak in price. This lumlier has to be carefully handled during the construction process to guard against soiling, and these necessary details increase the expenses. Cherry is still used, but seems to have lost much of its old popularity. Birch, stained and natural, is used quite extensively in medium ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 October 1891

CHURCH ' ' PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. fIENKBL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. TAKE HEART. All day the stormy wind has blown From oil the dark and rainy sea; No bird has past my window flown, The only song has been the moan The wind mndo in the willow-tree. This is the summer's burial-time : Sho died when dropped the earliest leaves, And cold upon her rosy prime Fell direful autumn's frosty rime; Yet I am not as one that grieves. For well I know o'er gunny seas The bluebird waits for April skies; And at the roots of forest trees The May-flowers sleep in fragrant east', And violets hide their azure eyes. O thou, by winds of grief o'er blown Beside some golden summer's bier, Take heart! Thy birds are only flown, Thy blossoms sleeping, tearful sown, To greet thee in the immortal year! Udna Dean Procter. Paul's Range. There is a wonderful grandeur aboot the scope of Paul's thinking. Whether one calls him inspired or not, one cannot help boing himself inspired to groat thoughts wl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 October 1891

oim iitibiiibtd it no I iir. iitmiiMtii. BOOBATBS DHNKBL, AMBBOBB L. BIKEL, ILONO.BIKIIL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Poblisiibbb and Pbopbibtobs of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Looal, $1.50. Pcblishbbb of tub "Sbminabian," . . Luthbuvillb, Md. "Von Boba Mbbsbnqbu," - Lubay, Va. "Zhon's Advooatb," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Thb Old Paths," ... Stbabbchg, Va. "Our Churoh Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, tor one year, for $2.28 Cash In Advanoe. Rbmittancbs should be made by drafts, chocks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbbtisinu Katbs, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Ocb Chuboh Papbb is published evory Wednesday evening and Iho Shenandoah Vallby every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 October 1891

For Our Church Paper. AT A MINISTER'S GRAVE. A Sonnet. BY MATTHIAS BIIEBI.KIOH, D. D. 0 brother I sinco thy form in earth we hid, And it has proved my lot a span to wait, I've wandered round without the pearly gate, And sometimes walk this place of graves amid: 'Tis hero the lesson, that would men forbid The things of time to over-estimate, Comes urged on mind and heart with added weight, The soul the more from taint of earth to rid. 1 here recall how in thy serving day, Along the path by which thy feet were led, 'Twas ours, as one, to work and watch and pray, Spending and being spent for the great Head And those He came to save. Thou'rt here no more— I wait the greeting on the gravcless shore. Fort Washington, Pa. For Our Church Paper. Church Dedication in South Carolina. On Saturday, Oct. 3rd, as previously announced, the placing of the cor-ner-stone of Holy Trinity Evangelical Lutheran Ghuroh took place amid a large assembly. This church is situated in the new, but thriving town ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 October 1891

GRAINS OF GOLD. "Malice drinks half its own poison. Seneca. "lie who shows his passion tells his enemy where to hit him, "Desire not thou too greatly,for like Or* Destroying what it enfolds,so li desire." Truth is the most precious of blessings; without it man is blind; 'tis the eye ot reason.—fiousseau. Men stumble over straws in the way to liraven, but climb over mountains in the way to destruction.—Anon. tin* well the moment and with seeing eyes Peruso tho thing that's next thee, and be wiscl If a man can not attain to the length of his wishes, he may have his remedy by cutting them shorter. —Cow ley. "Truth always fits. It is always congruous, and agrees with itself. Every truth in the universe also agrees with aU others." If a flower Wore thrown you out of heaven at interval! You'd s6on attain to a trick of looking up. —Mre. Brownin*. A perfectly civilized man can never b« perfectly happy while there is one unhappy being in the universe.—Robert Q. InEersoll. If I can put one to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 October 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. "OTHER SHEEP J HAVE." JOHN 10: 10. Hark! 'tis the Lord who culls; Saved ono, He speaks to thee : I shed My precious blood That thou might'st rescued be; And now rejoicing in My loto, Thou'rt journeying to the home above. But "other sheep I have," Who're wandering from the fold; And how to enter in They never have been told; Oh, canst then leave thorn still to roam ? Wilt thou not Beek to lead them home ? Thousands of precious souls, In regions far away, For want of what tltou. hast Are dying day by day. With thou not take the Living Bread, And let these starving ones be fed ? 'Neath Satan's galliug yoke They struggle all iu vain ; Ohl must they still in sin And ignorance remain ? Canst thou their silent plea withstand And not stretch out thy helping hand ? Think, think what it would be If thou wert in their place, With none at hand to care Or undertako thy case. What if without one pitying eye soul had ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 October 1891

<)■•• Miiuuti ii hoi ty Bit. iitnn Intel. ttOOBATBS BISfKIL, AMBBOBB L. HBKEL, BLOVO.HBMKBL, HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'CHLIHIIBBg AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religioui, 91.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Loeal, 91.60. PCBLIBHBBB OF TUB "Seminarian," . . Ltjthbbvillb, Md. "Von Boba Messenger," - Lubay, Va. "Zton'B Advooat*," - . Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Oli> Paths," - . - Stbasbubg, Va. "Our Church Pape/" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be tent to any one addreti, for one year, for 92.28 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of tlio person who forwards it. Stampß received. Advertising Katks, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time or Publication : Ouh Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vallby every Thursday oveuing, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 October 1891

For Our Church Paper. Muting of Potomac Conference. The Potomac Conference of the Virginia Synod met at Wardensvillc, W. Va., Oct. 13,1891, at 7 P. M., and continued its sessions through two days. Bev. P. J. Wade is pastor in eharge, and has a hospitable people. The Conference was right royally entertained. There were present nine ministers and thirteen lay-delegates. Officers for ensuing year: President, Bev. W. J. Smith; Secretary, Bev. E. L. Folk; Treasurer, Bev. J. A. Snyder. At the various appointments for divine service during Conference, the Secretary preached on the first Commandment; Bev. J. A. Snyder on "The Words not lawful to utter''; Bev. D. M. Moser, "The Open Door''; Bev. W. J. Smith, Ordination sermon ; Bev. L. G. M. Miller, D. D., " For God so loved the World." On Thursday after the ordination sermon, Bev. P. J. Wade was solemnly set apart by ordination to the work of the Gospel ministry. The subjeot of Conversion was fully discussed to tbe edification of all peasan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 October 1891

A WHALE STORY. REMARKABLE PET QF A SOUTH PA« CIFIC PLANTER. Tile lilg Fiali Trapped In a l.agoon Id Sportive GafliWoJa—The Story of tlii Proprietor of n Live Sperm Wliale. On a small island In the South Pacific thcrt lives a planter who has for a pet a whale 07 feet long. A Correspondent, who went out in a boat with the planter, gives this account of his interview with his whaleehip: •'Shut your eyas," said t,bc- planter, "if you wish to eujov a surpria^." I closed i»y tyes, arid (he boys soon glased their druUUW>g> t m4 some one blew long blasts oeased, and the boat lily motionless, and ftotljing the stillness. All at once I heard a htlffe sigh, an(l felt a hot ana sickish breafn. There Was no need for the planter to bid me o|*n my eyes, for the lids would not stay shut. Not more than six feet away I saw a huge monster floating on the Surface and looking at us wittlCfle most oxpressionless eye that I ever saw In a living beast. " That's my pot," cried the plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 October 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. E ENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. lIE DIED FOR MB. When time seems sliort and death is near, And I am pressed by doubt and fear. And gins, au overflowing tide, Assail my peace on evoy side, This thought my refugo still shall be, I know my Saviour died for me. His namo is Jesus, and He died For guilty sinners crucified ; Content to die that Ho might win Their ransom from the doath of sin; No sinner worse than I can be, Therefore I know Ho died for me. If grace wore bought, I could not buy ; If grace wore coined, no wealth have I; By grace alono I draw my breath. Held up from everlasting death ; Yet since I know His grace is free, I know tho Saviour died for me. I read God's holy Word, and find Great truths, which far transcend my mind; And little do I know beside Of thoughts so high, deep and wido; This is my best theology— I know the Saviour died for me. My faith is weak, but 'tis Thy gift; Thou canst my helpless soul uplift, Aud say, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 October 1891

Olti IMtlllM It INI 1 7 In. tIINII iMtol. 800*4X18 hbnkbl, ambbobb l. hbkbl, BLOROiIIXIILI HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing Houae New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'IIHMSIIBBB AMD PbOFBIBTOBB OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $l.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.60. PUBLISHIBS OV TUB "SbMINAUIAN," . . LtITnBBVIIJ.B, Md. 'Von Boba Mbssbnobb," - Lubay, Va. "Zjoh's Advooatb," - - Fbont Rotal, Va. 'Tub OLI> Pams," - . . Stbabbubq, Va. "Our Church Pap»r" and "Shenandoah Valley" will he sent to any one addreu, lor one year, for 52.2S Cash In Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-office money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is aont at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbbtibinu Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tims or Publication : Oua Chubok Papbb is published every Wednesday evening and the Shbnawdoah Vallby every Thursday evening, and entered at tho ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 October 1891

For Our Church Paper. The Eastern Conference of Southwest Va. Synod. The Eastern Conference of the Southwest Virginia Synod convened in St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church, Newport, Giles Co., Va., Oct. 10,1891, M. O. J. Kreps, pastor loci. The opening Bcrinon was preached by pastor C. N. A. Yonce, on Thursday evening, prior to the opening of confcrence. On Friday morning, Oct. 16, with a small number of ministers and lay delegates present, conference was opened by tlie President, pastor G. T. Gray, according to the form proscribed in the Book of Worship. At this juncture pastor Flaherty of the M. K. Church South at Nowport, Va., boing present, was invited to a seat in conferenco. The members of conference present were then onrolled as follows: MINISTERS. Itevs. O. A. Brown, G. T. Gray, W. E. Hubbert, M. O. J. Kreps, W. B. Yonce, Ph. D., C. N. A. Yonce. LAY DELEGATES. Messrs. O. P. Kenode, J. B. Miller, J no. dinger, J. S. Phlegar, J. A. . Price, Jno. F. Walker. The election or o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 October 1891

RGLIUIOVI NOTES. Dr. Talmago's new tabernacle in Brooklyn will hold twice as many persons as the old tabernacle. The German Reformed Church in the United States reports 1,550 congregations nn<l 203,852 members. After long opposition on the part of the vestry, the electric light has finally been introduced into old Trinity Church at New York. The Universities' mission in Central A t'rica, which now has 2,000 adherents, is rejoicing in the ordination of its first native priest. It is reported that the attitude of the Vatican toward the Italian government has improved since the downfall of the Crispi ministry. Rev. Dr. Sabato Morais celebrated al his homo in Philadelphia recently the completion of 40 years of ministerial service with the orthodox Portuguese Congregation Mickwe Israel. A foreign missionary journal says: "In Africa the number of missionaries excels 500, and the number of converts 400,000, increasing by about 25,000 a year. During the past live years Africa has...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 November 1891

CHURCH" PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & OQ., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. The Rescued Nun on Convent Life. At the desire of Miss Qolding, the nun who mado so dramatic an escape from a French convent aided by a London solicitor, a loeal correspondent waited upon her on Saturday in order that she might communicate the true reasons for the extraordinary coarse she essayed. The result of the interview, appeared in the Yorkshire Postot Monday. AsMissGolding herself put it, "I know (here will be misrepresentations about my conduct. lam already told that Parisian papers are making grave charges against me, and I think it fairer and braver, and juster to myself that the facts should come out at first hand, therefore I think that a little of the inner story of my convent life—only the superficial narrative has been hitherto published—told to some of the leading newspapers will enable me to be better understood." Miss Golding looks ill and wan, her hair, iron grey, is drawn back from ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 November 1891

OI«o Eotibllibet li 1101 ty Bit. tatioie inkil. HOOBAVBB JIBNKBL, AMBBOBK L. HBKEL, XLUHO.HBMKVL. HENKEL & CO.'S.Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandMh Co., Vn. I'UBUSHBKB AND PBOPHIHTOBS OP OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, »t.OO. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 11.80. PtJBLISHIBB OF THB "SBMINAMAN," . . LDTnBBVIIXB, Md. 'Von Boba Mbbsbnobr," - Lcbay, Va. "Zjon'b Advocate," - - Fbont Royal, Va. 'Thb Olh Padhs," - - - Stbabbvbo, Va. "Our Church Piper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, lor one year, for $2.28 Cash In Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise monoy is Bent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stampß received. Advbbtisinu Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. TIMB OF PUBLICATION : OUB CHTTBOH PAPBB is published every Wednesday evening and Ihe Siibnandoatt Vali.ry every Thursday evening, and entcrod at the posto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 November 1891

Far Our Church Paper. Missionary and- Reformation Services at Conover. Missionary and Reformation Services were held in College' Chapel at Conover, N. 0., on Oct. 30th and 3lßt. On Friday, Oct. 30th, Rev. Dr. F. W. E. Peschau, of Wilmington, N. 0., was present and delivered two addresses. The address in the morning was on the Bubject, "Our People, Who They Are, What They Have Done, What They Are Doing.'' The address at night of the same day was on "The Lutheran Church.'' It is needless to say the addresses were both interesting and instructive. Dr. Pesohan is a most pleasant speaker. The address in the morning recited the achievements of the Germans in this country, and the great work they are doing for America to-day. The Dr. stated that about 20,000,000 of our present population were directly or mdirontly Carman, were Germans or of German descent. He recited niany touching incidents, to show the courage and endurance of the Gorman peeple, during the early history of our country. T...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 November 1891

ItUSINESg AND INUIISTHIAI.. 0 St. Louis has 10 electric roads. Paris will give cable cars a trial. New York has 8,000 union clockmakera. Brooklyn has a Workmen's Dramatic Club. Eseanaba, Mich., ia the "greatest iron port." Nashville stonecutters run a cooperative yard. New York millwrights have a Tool Insurance fund. There are 75 lakes in Wayne county, Pennsylvania. Uncle Sam leads in candy production, $5,000,000 a year. European markets now hold 36,480,000 bushels of wheat. Whalebone is worth $0 a pound and is hard to get at that. There is a Children's Jacket Makers' Union in New York. In Florida they are making orange pio. It is a new "dessert." A velvet and plush factory is to be established in Paterson, N. J. London's 2,000 bookbinders demand tho abolishment of piece work. There is but one woman in Philadelphia who does regular reporter's work. The 1,155 foot World's Fair tower will use 7.500 tons of steel, and cost $1,000,000. Alabama workingmen are agitating against the encroa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 November 1891

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. fl ENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. Egotism and the Age. The tirst principles of religion can be compressed, into these two —the entire love of God, and a lore for man equal to love for self. But how may wo love God, whom we do not see or know, except indirectly. Yet this stands as the ideal relation, to which we ought to aspire. The love of God will express itself in many forms uot immediately recognized as love of God. It may seem a love of goodness, or a mere habit of dntifulness, a sweet disposition, a noble and generous character, a firmness of motive, or a sympathy with others, au overflowing kindness, in fact, tho love of our brothers. If this attitude towards God were onr ideal it would lift our common life above low things, and make all of us uoble and generous aud great. The ideal of tho present age is an exaggerated individualism. This develops, it is true, self-reliance, self-control, perseverance, concentration, effort, th...

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