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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 April 1892

EitibllikMUllOl brliMatmiiiitil, •OCRATES HENKKL, AMBROSE L, lIBK KL, KLONO .IIEHMI, . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo.,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $150. Publishers of the • Seminarian," - - Luthkrville, Md. ,'Von Bora Messenger," - Lurat, Va. " Koanukk Colleuian," .... Salem, Va. 'The Oli> Paths," ... Strasburo, Va. •'Our Church Papec" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, lor $2.25 Cash in Advance. Rbmittanobs should bo made by drafts, ohccks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters;.otherwise money 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 : OtJR Church Paver is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vallbt every Thursday evening, and entered at the postoffice...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 April 1892

For Our Church Paper. Russia AgainThrough recent appeals the following amonnts were received for the benefit of the starving in Russia, and are to day, Apr. 12, 1892, forwarded to Bev. John Mueller, Altoona, Pa.: A. Sbeetz, 50 ots.; Isaiah Kibler, 40 cts.; A. Kibler, 50 cts.; A. J.Hoover, 25 cts.; G. W. Sheetz, 25 cts.; D. H. Hottle, 50 cts.; Mrs. Mary A. Rhodes, $1.00; Mrs. E. P. Towns, 25 ots.; Nimrod Bowman,s 1.00; Mrs. F. S. Sibert, 50 cts.; P. C. Wike, $1.00; Noah Miller, $1.00; Thomas Binker, $1.00; Widow J. R. Miller, 25 cts.; John W. Lindamood, 10 cts.; Penton Miller, 50 cts.; Hay ten Funkhoasnr, 25 cts.; Joseph Good, 25 cts.; Wm. L. Miller, 50 cts.; I. H. Barbe, 50 cts.; Noah L. Miller, 25 cts.; Amos Funkhouser, 85 cts.; Penton Funkhoaser, 25 cts.; J. W. Brumbaugh, 50 cts.; Isaac Miller, $1.00; B. L. Binker, 25 cts. Total, $13.60. P. C. WIKE. Tom's Brook, Va. For Our Church Paper. A Morsel for the Starving. By solicitation, a small amount, when compared to the large sum abs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 April 1892

ro HATIIE OR NOT TO RATIIK T Some llathe Improperly While Othiri Scarcely Bathe at All* "No practice, however long established," says tho London Lancet, "has ever been allowed a permanent right to respect." Probably this remark is a little too sweeping. One can think of several practices that are of universal observance which have obtained since the Hood. These practices grow out of human necessities, and are, perhaps, the exceptions which prove the rule. At any rate, the saying of the Lancet is smart enough and true enough to be striking. It grew out of a criticism of the utility of daily bathing. It is the general opinion that it is a pood thing to bathe often. This belief, however, is more a matter of opinion than of practice. The large majority of men and women, we are satisfied, do not thoroughly wash themselves from top to toe once a month. From childhood to old age some people dread the application Df soap and water with a sort of feline disrelish which is incomprehensible to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 April 1892

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. THE ALOE PLANT. Have you beard the talo of the Aloe Plant, Away in the sunny clime ? By humble growth of an hundred years, It reaches its blooming time. And then a wondrous bud at its crown Breaks out into a thousands flowers, This floral queen in blooming seen, Is the pride of th'e tropical bowers, But the plant to the flower is a sacrifice, For it blooms butonceandinbloomingdies. Have you further heard of this Aloe Plant, That grows in the sunny clime 1 How every one of its thousand flowers As they drop in the blooming time, Is an infant plant that fastens its roots In the place where it falls on the ground; And fast as they drop from the dying stem, Grow lively and lovely around— By dying it liveth a thousand fold, [the old. In the young that springs from thedcatli of Have you heard the tale they tell of the swanT The snow-white bird of the lake ? It noiselessly floats on the silvery wave, It silentl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 April 1892

30eo EiUMlihtiUlSOl trllT.Aßtroilßlllll, SeOKATEB HBNKSL, AMBROSE 1..H8KE1., KLoSO.UKNKKI , HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1 -50. •»! j, PUBLISHERS OF TUB . .. 4, B«minarian," - - Luther VILI.B, Md. "Von Bora Messenger," - Luhat, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," - - - - Salem, Va. 'XMB OLt> Paths," . - - Stkasuukg, Va. "Our Church Pape<*"and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, lor 9 2,1s Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, ehectfß, post-office morey orders, or registered letters j otherwise money iB sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements; very reasonable, aud furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Ciiuroh Paper in published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vai.ley every Thursd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 April 1892

For Our Church Paper. Work. Since iu Granitevillo, S. 0., we have been busy. Something more than a week ago, wo entered this now work. Oar services to the present have beeu seven in number, and well attended. The Easter service was encouraging. The decoration was tasteful. The attendance at the communion service was noticeably large, and all the meetings so far have evinced quite an interest in the work on the part of the members and friends. Very truly, J. W. BUTLEB, Box 25, Graniteville, S. 0., April 20, 1892. For Our Church Paper. Russian Fund. Those who open their hearts and purses to augment this fund can have therein consolation. They are thereby exhibiting that most highly commended virtue, so vividly put in the thirteenth chapter of I. Corinthans. They show their love for the brethren. •< We know that we have passed from death unto life, because we love the brethren. He that loveth not his brother abideth in death.'' I. John 3:14. Of such the Lord himself speakß i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 April 1892

OF WHAT ARE DREAMS? SCENES IN THAT WORLD OF MYSTERIOUS FANCY. Composed of Mtmory Pictures Stored Amy Like Photographic »«|«tlreiThe Mechanical Part of the BraliiSnmethliiß About Dad Dreams. " What dreams are made of is not at all difficult to determine," said a psychologist to a Washington Star writer. "They are composed of the memory pictures which are stored away in the brain from birth until death. In sleep one wanders amid scencs which are the shadows of actual views and landscapes beheld at ono time or another in waking moments, The sights one witnesses and the people who move and have their 'ghostlike being ill that mysterious world of fancy form a »ort of phantasmagoria, mid which tho dreamer goes about, sometimes observing yrith interest or wonder and at other times engaging in conversations. It is all a reflection of the waking life that is past, although occasionally combinations " of old impressions give rise to new and original thoughts. Not a few great ideas of inventio...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 May 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED SB/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. The Christianty of Fact. Those who are anxious that Christianity shall accommodate itself to the requirements of what they Btyle "a .religion for the nineteenth century" ask : "What is the usel>f contending so strenuously for an 'Historic GospeP ? As long as one believes in God and immortality, and accepts in the main the ethical teachings of the New Testament, what difference does it make whether Christianity is or is not the product of a supernatural revelation ?" "Why not admit," it is said, "that whether or not there ever was such a person as the Jesus of the Evangelists, an Ideal Jesus is enough ? or, again, that whether or not there ever was one who arose from the dead and reappeared to his friends, it is enough to believe in a bettor life to come ? Do not mistake the husk for the kernel. Do not make too heavy demands on l'aith. Be warned by the signs of the times, and, reconstructing th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 May 1892

OOco XitxbliahediiilSOßby Eer. inirsic Koibl. BOUKATKS HENKBL, AMBROSE L.TISKEL, KI.ONO.HENKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New-Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPMKTOBS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PUBLJSHERS OF TUB ' Seminarian," . . Lutiiei£ville, Md. "Von Bora Messenger," - Lubay, Va. " Roaa'okk Collegian," ... - Salbm, Va. 'Tns Olp Paths," - - - Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Papo.-" and "Sfcenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-otfice money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the jjsk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjcrtionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Our Churoh Pai-er s published every Wednesday evening and Ihe Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the post...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 May 1892

Russia. The following amounts for the famishing Russians have been recently sent on to Rev. John Mueller, Altoona, Penn.: From Mt. Calvary, Shenandoah Co., Va. Samuel Gochenour $1.00 James P, Miller GO Mrs. Joseph Kosenberger 50 Asa Sheetz 35 From Solo, Watauga Co., N. C. H. A. Davis 1.00 A. T. Davis 50 Mrs. Winebarger 25 Jonathan Moretz 50 Total $4.50 P. C. Wike. For Our Church Paper. From the West. I promised in my last letter to give in my next a description of the country and church work at this place. I will now, proceed to perform that best I can. This country is not as was represented to us before we left the East, by the papers and land company tracts, but about as we expected to find it with a few exceptions. It is new vet, and needs development in many things. As to the quality of land, it is exceedingly fertile. No fertilizer is used on it, to make a crop. It is rolling prairie land, making the inconveuienco and expense to settlers of buying wood and coal. This they claim...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 May 1892

TWAIN ON TELEPATHY. THE HUMORIST BELIEVES IN THE LOCOMOTION OF IDEAS. A Cnrloui Incident In 111* Own IlUtory —Schemea mill Idt-aa That Originate Slmnltniroiiily — Different Bmlni—No More " Plagiarism." In au article in Harper's, Mark Twaii treats seriously, and not humorously, ob "Telepathy," or tho communication by means subtler tluin we can now imagine, of ideas belonging to bodies that may bo separated by thousands of miles—in fact, a mysterious mental telegraphy. The crossing of letters is an old, old story. Mr. Clemens has seen so much o> it that, when he wishes to have a certaic person write to him, he simply sits down, indites a letter to that person, tears up the missive, and waits for the cross letter which it has induced. Much more striking than letter crossing is the following incident, which we reproduce in Mr. Clemens's words: "Two or three years ago I was lying in bed, idly musing, one morning—it was the 2d of March—when suddenly a red hot new idea camo whis...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 May 1892

CHURCH " PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. Thou Shalt not take the Name of God in Vain. Precisely as the first commandment instructs our hearts and inculcates faith; so this commandment conducts us, and directs our mouths and tongues towards God. For the first, which proceed from the heart and exhibit themselves, are words. Now, as 1 have given instruction above how to answer, what it is to have a God : so you must likewise learn to comprehend in a simple manner the meaning of this and all commandments, and to reply in reference to them. When it is asked :—How do you understand the second commandment, or what is meant by a vain use or misapplication of God's name t Answer in the most brief manner thus This is misusing the name of God, when anyone mentions Godtho Lord, in whatever manner it may occur, for the confirmation of falsehood or auy other vice. Therefore, so much is commanded, in order that no one may repeat the name of God with levity...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 May 1892

OBce Estftbllihedln 1 SCOtySct- Antroio Hecktl. BOORA.TKS IIUNKUL, AMBROSE L.HBKBL, KLONO .HENKBJL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 31-50. Publishers of the • Seminarian," - - Lutiterville, Md. "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. " Koanokk Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'Tub Old Patiis," ... Strasburq, Va. "Our Church Papei-" and "Sfcenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-ottlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sont at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stampß t eceived. Advertisinu Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tim* of Publication : Our Churoii Paper ■a published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday ovoning, and entered at the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 May 1892

For Our Church Paper. Bethel. Beak Doctor : Old Piny Grove, around and about which you often,, in your younger days, spent happy hours, as it is not far from the famous "Lookout Shoals," is on the Catawba river. The lookout rock In old revolutionary times, was the hiding place of old John Brown, a tory and a terror to that neighborhood. He went in and out, and refuged there, and wm secure in this munition of rocks. Once upon a time, when ho took a stroll from his hiding place, he was soon sitting on a fence near the old town of Lincolnton, by some one, and shot dead off the fence. John should have been a better man, and could have had a better death. The church near here is now called Bethel. Lutherans live thick all around here. On ordinary occasions our bouse is over full. On all communion times, we can't accommodate one-half of the crowd. At last communion, the 4th Sunday in April, there were 41 young persons confirmed, on Saturday previous. Our communicants on that day were 208....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 May 1892

IPKAKER CRISP'S ROMANCE. What ll* Conaldert Ala Slmllng Pom# In Llftt A pretty story of a romance in the lifo of Speiilter Crisp comes from Georgia. While the Speaker was a struggling young lawyer in Ellaville he fell in love with a Miss Clara Burton, but his attentions were by her father, who nnturnlly wanted his daughter to marry well from a money point of view. The old gentleman was firm anil the young couple slightly discouraged. Tlio young lawyer, but freshly admitted to the bar, lived in his office, a room in tho eld courthouse. Here were all his worldly possessions—a few law books, a bed, a trunk, and a few chairs. At this juncture he was taken sick, and in his cheerless room was attended by Dr. J. N. Cheney. Miss Burton had arranged it that the doctor should keep her well advised as to the condition of his patient; that he should let her know his exact condition, concealing nothing; and in one of his i communications to her he betrayed an uneasiness as to the rosult of the c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 May 1892

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. For Our Church Paper. A Pre-Reformation History of the Doctrine of Baptism. Sometime ago there appeared in these colnmns a history of the doctrine of tho Lord's Supper from the time of the apostles to the beginning of the lieformation. As a companion to that article we now submit to our readers a history of the doctrine of baptism prior to the Reformation. We will divide the time under consideration into three periods, as in the former paper; and we will give the teaching of the church during each period, as to the subject, the mode, and the efficacy of baptism. In tho first period (apostolic age—320) adults wore the usual subjects of baptism. This resulted from the nature of tho case. If the men and women of that day became connected with the church at all they had to do so through adult baptism. All adults who excroised faith in Christ and avowed the intention ofleading a new life were considered lit ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 May 1892

OBee Eit»bltibedlnXßoot7£«t. Aatnso Estlel. LuT HU. . SOORATKB lIKNKKI., AMBBOSE I. II EKE I ELONO.QENKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co. ,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, 91.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PUBLISHERS OF TUB ' Seminarian," - - LtJTnBuviLLE, 11d. "Von Bora Messenger," - Lurat, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," .... Salem, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," - - - Strabburo, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, tor one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, chocks, post-offlcc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbbtisi.no Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. I Time of Publication : Our Church Paper ii published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vallev every Thursday evening, mid entered a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 May 1892

For Our Church Paper. Eastern Conference of Southwest Virginia Synod. Tho Eastern Conference of the Southwest Virginia Synod convened at Wheatland Chapel, on Friday morning, April 29, 1892, and was duly opened by the President, Rev. G. T. Gray, the following members being present: Clerical.—Revs. W. B. Yonce, Ph. D., G. T. Gray, W. S. McClanahan, D. B. Groseclose, C. N. A. Yonce, C. A. Miller, J. P. Obensliain, W. Y. Cline, Prof. F. V. N. Painter. Lay.—E. C. Cronk, Webster Cronise, Jacob Craft, Luther McCray, C. M. Fox. The election of officers resulted— President, Rev. G. T. Gray ; Secretary, C. M. Fox. Candidate E. A. Shenk being present, he was invited to a seat in Conference as an advisory member. Several committees having reported, the first subject on the program, "Can the vows taken in Baptism ever be relinquished or annulled ?" was opened by Rev. D. B. Groseclose. He was followed by nearly all the pastors present in very interesting talks. SECOND SESSION, FRIDAY, 1 P. M. Con...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 May 1892

MEN AND WOMM. The King of Greece speaks a dozen languages. Sarah Bernhardt was bora in Paris Ootober 22, 1844. Mr. Spurgeon signed the abstinence pledge in 1866. Mme. de Lesseps is 40 years younger than her husband. General Nelson Monroe, of Boston, is a nephew of President Monroe. General Monroe's father, the President's brother, is living at the advanced age of 90. Brete Hartois always hard up, though lie gets something out of American publishers, and received from English publishers |15,000 last year. He is an improvident child of geuius. Sir Edward Arnold is the second son of Robert Coles Arnold. He -was born June 10, 1832. In 1882 lie obtained the Newdigate prize for his English poem on "The Feast of Bclshazar." Herbert Spencer once went tp live in a boarding house so that he might receive mental rest "by the light, cheery, and brainless conversation at the dinner table." The cure restored his wonted mental vigor. Seven of John Brown's children arc naid to be still living, and ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 June 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. ' For Our Church Paper. THE BELL. O! the Lutheran cliurch bell, Ring, ring, ring Tell, tell, tell Tho Gospel in its truth, Well, well, well, That the world may hear Of tho Lutheran church bell. O, the peals of the bell, Ting, ting, ting, Tell, tell, tell Of its pure truth, And of its will, Which shall fame The Lutheran church boll. O! tho truth of Christ, That it loves so well Is ever on the clapper Of the Lutheran church bell, Then it peals forth, And in loud tones bwoll, O world, shun a mighty hell! J. T. ®RArs. Lewiedale, S. C., May 20, 1802. Some Cases of Bequests by Foreign Born Germans to Education and Charity in America. A Paper read before the German Historical Society of Maryland. BY J. G. M. No. 1. Among the many distinguishing characteristics of tho present age is one which is of special interest to the philanthropist, the political economist, the historian, and the friend of humanity in gener...

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