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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 September 1892

offlco EsUtllitedlnlSOßfeyEcr. Amtrose Honkol. OORATKS HKNRKL, AMJiKOSE L. lIEM£EL. EI.ON O.HENKEL . HENKEL & CO/S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo..Va. PUBLISHERS AND PIiOI'RIETOIiS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers or tub « Seminarian," - - Lutherville, Jld 'Von Bora Messenger," - Luhay, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'Tub Oli> Paths," - - - Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Pape.-" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, lor one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts chocks, post-office money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise monoy is sent at the liskof the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb or Publication : Our Churou Pater s published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 September 1892

For Our Church Paper. To Ail Whom It May Concern. Whereas, llov. J. X. Stirewalt, the treasurer of the Evangelical Lutheran Tennessee, SyHod n bas moved to Indi ana, his papers, receipts, reports, &c.aro in my possession. Those having money, &e., for the Tennessee Synod's treasury can communicate with mo in regard to it. J. Paul Shrew alt, President E. L. T. S. For Our Church Paper. The Joint Conference. The Joint Conference, the South Carolina Conference of the Tennessee Synod and the Central Conference of the South Carolina Synod, met in Bethel Evangelical Lutheran church, Rev. W. A. Deaton's charge, Sept. 2, 1802, at 10 o'clock, A. M. After a voluntary was sung by the choir, the president opened Conference with the regular form of opening Synod. The secretary being absent, P. D. Risinger was appointed secretary pro tem. Tho hour having arrived for divine services, Conference adjourned until after dinner. Tho altar services were conducted by Mr. S. L. Nease...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 September 1892

GIIAIN9 OF GOLD. Wealth is not his who gets it, but liis who enjoys it. Happy opinions are the wine of the heart.—Leigh Hunt, Resignation comes in at one door as hope goes out at the other. A well-known author remarks that Society has killed far more than Famine. j| No rock so hard but that a little wava may beat admission in a thousand years. When conscience forsakes a man the pirit of God does so, too.—Thomas Wilson, No nation can ever be destroyed while it possesses a good home life.—J. C. Holland. No book that will not improve by repeated readings deserves to be read at all.—C'arlyle. We are by no means aware how much we are influenced by our passions.—La Rochefoucauld. True friends visit us in prosperity only when invited, but in adversity thoy comc without invitation. The unknown! —it is the field in which are sown our dreams, where we see them germinate, grow aud bloom. Superabundance is a trouble; want, a misery; and au exalted station a great burden; but competence is true ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 September 1892

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HEiSTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. GOSPEL FOR TWELTII SUNDAY AFTER TRINITY. "Be opened !" and lite stammering tongue Its silent slumbers broke; "Be opened I" and tlie lips long dumb With trembling pleasure spoke. And like the notes of some sweet strain Their grateful praises swell; While loving hearts with joy proclaim He doeth all things well. "Be opened 1" and the heart in sin Its door throws open wide, And lets the blessed Savior in Forever to abide ; While sinners saved, a countless throng The wond'rous story tell, And shout aloud the same sweet song He doeth all things well. "Be opened!" and the grave at last Yields to the "King of Kings," And to their home, all dangers past, His ransomed saints lie brings; And round Ilis throne they stand and sing lie vanquished death and hell, While sweeter yet His praises ring He doeth all things well. E. A. Wing Aiti}. That Christians Ought not to have Contentions one with Another. But ye wh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 September 1892

Offlci ItUMllhti in 180S tj B»J. AatrcH Hoaiol. OORATES lIEN'KEL, AMBISOSE L. IIB&KKL. KI.ON O.HENEEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo..Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers of the "Seminarian," - . Lutherville, Mb "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," .... Salem, Va. 'TnE Old Paths," ... Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Pap at" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one addross, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-offlce money orders, or rogister ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the liskof the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable | advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time or Publication : Our Church Paper a published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 September 1892

For Our Church Paper. DON'T WAIT. When the sun begins to darken, And the stars begin to fall, And the moon, with her reflection, Turns lier face from us all; Then 'twill be too lato to ponder Over the things that are past and gone; For the days will be no longer,— Time will be forever gone. Wait not for the latest moment, To think of what you ought to be,— Wait not for convenient seasons ; For these, perhaps, will never come. But stretch forth the hand of virtueMake known your sympathy— Tnkc the thought to yourself, And expand it like the sea. Expand it wide, and still wider, — Let your name forever be On the page of some goocl book; So the whole world may see, That you live, not to be The offcast of laud and sea, But you live, some good to do, And will be what you ought to he. So you see, if this you'd do, You must begin, and that right now, For if you wait, vou'll be too late, To get your name on the book of fame, And thus you'll be left to see Your ill spent life, who e'er you be...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 September 1892

BITS OF INFORMATION. Tlici'e are niuo kiltod battalions m thi British array. There are twenty representatives ic Congress under thirty-six yeai'B of age. The clock tower of the houses of Parliament is three hundred and twenty feel high. Ether has become so goneral a Russian tipple that the government has interfered'to prevent its use. It appears that imprisonment for dobl is still legal in Maine; at all events, it is still practiced to a considerable extent. It is worth noting that people who seem least familiar with the English language take the greatest liberties with it. It was not until the eleventh century that leather uppers were made for shoes. The wooden sole was still in use at thai time. Proffcsor Davis states that in ten years' experience he has never known a case ol broken health which was caused by overstudy alone. Grasshoppers attain their greatest siso in South America, where they grow to :t length of live inches, and their wing? spread out ten inches. Americans in Lo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 October 1892

ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. "One of the Great Leading Churches." • -■ ■ i. By this title the Evangelical Lutheran Church in this country is now designated by the U. S. commissioners of the Census. Already in the fourth rank, numerically, of the communicant membership, and with an annual increase far beyond that of any other Protestant denomination, as is clearly proven by the late census, it has suddenly loomed up as one of the most numerous churches of the new world. To many who once spoke of it as if soino unimportant sect, it lias become a factor in the internal policy of leading States, whoso conscientious convictions are not to bo trifled with, but, on the contrary, to be respected, and whoso right to give the children a religious education, may not bo trampled upon with impunity. But it is not in this aspect that we are now concerned to consider it, but in other relations to the kingdom of God, and to the great mission which God has entru...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 October 1892

i Cfflcc Sstabllihoi in 180 C by Ec?. Ambrose Honfcol, 00HATK8 ÜBNICIfiL, AMBROSE L. 11KNKEJ>. fiT.oN O .HBHXEL . HENKEL& CO.'S Sleam Printing House New iViarket.Slicnanrfoah Co.. Va. I'IJH I.ISflKi.'S AND I'jtOPRIKTOJiK (> *' OU H CHUHCH PAPEH," Religious, $1.00. SHC'JANUOAII VALLEY," Local, 51.50. Publishers ok Tint 'SEMINARIAN," - . IiUTHKItVII.LE, Ml> "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. " Roanokk Coi,legian," ... - Salem, Va. 'The Oli> Paths," - - - Stkasburg, Va. "Our Church Papo."''and "Sfconaniloah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, lor $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-office money orders, or register e.d letters; otherwise money is sent at the lisle of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paper s published every Wednesd...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 October 1892

Rev. Charles It. Trowbridge, a grand son of Dr. J. G. Morris, has been elccted pastor of St. Paul's E. L. cliurcb, Baltimore, Md. Herbert Martens, a son of Rev. I). M. Martens, T). 1)., of Augusta, Un., was ordained at the late convention of the Eng. Dist. Synod of Ohio. The now Lutheran church at Waterville, Kan., Rev. I. 15. Iloisoy, pastor, was dedicated on the 11th alt. Size 30x30 feet, with an annex of 10x24 feet, and a tower 08 feet. Total cost $2,500. The Lutheran congregation at Cassel, the beautiful old capital of Hesse, is building a new church at a cost of $250,000, the largest part of which sum was contributed by the members themselves. Tt, is not true that tho Germans "at home'' rely on the State for everything. SUNDAY-SCHOOL ADDRESS.—We learn that Mr. Jacob L. Stirewalt, Esq., formerly of this place, delivered, recently,an address on Sunday-school work, at Spring Valley, Rockbridge Co., Va., to a large and appreciative audience. Tho address was regarded as a most excel...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 October 1892

HAS A lIIIAIN OF ITS OWN. ■X'li© Throat ll#. » Subordinate Thinking Apparatus Doing Lots of "Worlt. "Did you over know, said a well mown specialist, ns bo deftly inserted n tooking-glass into the roof Of a patient a mouth, talking the while to a reporter, 'that the throat has a brain of its own? No ? I suppose few of the laity know it, but it's n fact. There is a small ganglia which exercises direct control of the muscles of the throat and acts as its brain Of course it is subservient to the genuine brain, but at the same time does a good deal of independent thinking for itself. It is very timid and suspicious at auy strange objects that come near the throat. "For this reason it is very difficult for a physician to operate on the throat. }iefore anything can be done in this direction it is necessary for the operator to 5,-ain the confidence of the little brain that dominates it. It frequently takes weeks before this confidence can bo secured, and until it is secured it is impossible...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 October 1892

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKBL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. LIKE A GRAIN OF MUSTARD SEED. BY MAKY KESSELL BARTLETT. 11l words we love to hear and read, Tho Master told us long ago, His kingdom is a little seed, The least of all tlie grains that grow. But planted deep within the mind It sends out branches broad and high— Wide-reaching love for all mankind, And lifted thoughts that seek the sky. Aud even as it spreads aud thrives, The birds of heaven find shelter there To build their nests and fill our lives With songs of joy and peace aud prayer. O Christ, Thou Sower of the Seed, Prom whence immortal harvests spring, Our open hearts before Tlice plead— To us this.blessed promise bring. Thou who didst walk the fields of earth, To draw new light from Nature's ways. Now give this Heavenly Kingdom birth, In ail our hearts for endless praise. — The Churchman. Where Were You Last Sunday? '•Where were you last Sunday "At homo, uot feeling very well.' Diil you over close...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 October 1892

COS Estatlishod 1806 tj St?. Amtrtsa Uniel, OORAI'ES IlENKjlj AMHBO6E 1. lIKNKiL. 1 EI.OX O.BEXKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo.,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUH CHUIICH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1-50. Publishers of tub • 'SEMINARIAN," - - LUTnKIiVILI.B, Ml) 'Vox Bora Messenger," - Lubay, Va. " Roanoke Coi.ucoian," .... Salem, Va. "This Oi.i> Paths," ... Strasiutrg, \'a. "Our Church Papei" and "Sfcenandoah Valley" will be sunt to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should bo made by drafts checks, post-offlcc money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sont at the nsk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advekti.si.su Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Our Cnuiton Paper s published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah* Valley every Thursday evening, and en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 October 1892

The Maryland Synod.—Removal of the Theological Seminary. The Baltimore Sun of the Sth inst., says: The fourth day's session of the Maryland Lutheran Synod was opened with prayer by Rev. M. D. Gaver, of Williamsport. The first business taken up was the further consideration of the question of removal of the theological seminary from Gettysburg. Rev. Dr. Domer, of Washington, strougly advocated removal to the national capital. He referred to the offer ot a number of eligible sites, and expressed the be lief that the money necessary could bo raised, lie knew a number of men in Washington who are ready to endow an institution at that place, but who would give nothing to Gettysburg. Ho spoke of the great growth of Washington and its prospect of becoming the great educational centre of the country. Ho stated further that if the removal of the seminary was not determined upon steps would soon be taken to establish another and separate Lutheran institution upon a grand scale at Washington, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 October 1892

KITTLE BT LITTLE. When tbo new yt*rs come and the old years 4.°. flow, little by little, all things glow! Wl things grow—and all dccay—(Little by little passing away. iJttlo bv little, on fertile plain. Hiptu theharveMa of golden grain. Little by little old tniks are done; -u uro the crowns of the faithful won. Little by little, the longest day (Vml the longest life are passing away— Passing without return; while bo, ■ ihe new yen.™ come, and tin old years go. HITS OF INFORMATION. Ths world is producing one million pounds of silk a year. The street cars in London, Ont., run . on ruunors in winter. Ten men cau be arranged to inarch in =ingla (ile 3,628,000 ways. Tht re were forty million artificial teeth made in this country last year. In Loudon there is one doctor to every one hundred aud eighty peoplo. Massachusetts supports one hundred and twenty-five agricultural societies. "Thomas" occurs, on the average, thirty-nine times in every one thousand names. The number of lighthouses i...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 October 1892

CHURCH ° # PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HEISTKEI-I & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. For Our Church Paper. TIIE SAVIOR, THE GOD OF LOVE. Sweet are the memories of our Savior, The Savior who lives above, The Sayior who redeemed us, The Savior, the God of love. lie is truly our Savior, Aud the Savior of the world, The Savior of our poor souls, — That Savior is the Gofl of Love. lie gave himself that we migjit live In Paradise above. lie poured out his precious blood ;— 0 that Savior, that God of love I That Savior who hung upon the cross, Looked down upon his mother, Heard her lamenting her dear Son, Is the Savior, the God of love. His beautiful hands must be pierced With rough and rusty nails, Yet he bears it, and only says, 1 am the Savior, the God of love. His gentle words, they come so touching, Who can resist the loving call, Who can stay away from God,— That Savior, the God of love? J. T. Craps. Lenoir College, Hickory, N. C., Sep. 33, '02. From the Lutheran StandardLuther a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 October 1892

Office Established in ISM ty Ee-;. Ambrose Honiol. SOCRATES lIKNKKL, AMBROSE L. HKNKEL. KLON O.HEHEEB . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New IViarket ; ShenandoahCo.,Va. Publishers and Proprietors of UR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers of the •Skminarian," - - Lutherville, Md 'Von Bora Messenger," - Ltray, Ya. " Roanoke Collegian," - -■ - Salem, Va. 'Tub Oi.t> Paths," - - - Strasbubg, "Va. "Our Church Papc/'and "Sbenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one yoar, for • 2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drufts checks, post-offlce money orders, or register | ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the lisk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paper s published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday oveuing, and en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 October 1892

For Our Church Paper. Meeting of the Indiana Synod. Tho Evangelical Lutheran Indiana Synod met in Salem cluircb, Hew J. C. Barb's charge, on tho 4tli of October, 1892. Tbo opening sermon was preached by Rev. A. L. Boliek, on Monday ovening, previous, to a largo and attentive congregation. The officers of this Synod are, President, Rev. Jesse Dunn; Secretary, Rev. M. L. Waters ; Treasurer, Mr. L. M. Melaudor, of Chicago. The number of ministers belonging to this Synod, previous to this meeting, was seventeen, of tbis number fourteen were present, only three being absent. Two other ministers from other synods wore received into connection with this Synod, making a total of nineteen ministers. It is worthy ot notice, that this Synod is made up of ministers from five other synods, viz., the Tennessee Synod, tho Ohio Synod, tho Pittsburgh Synod, tho Pennsylvania Synod, and the llolston Synod. One might suppose, that there would be considerable discord in a body of men gathered from the f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 October 1892

IyjSIYESS AND INDUSTRIAL. Indiana natural gas is petering out. England makes flexible metallic ingApple seeds are-used in making prussic n«ul. Paper barrols are coming into use id England. The first steel pons cost the manufacturer $1,2j apiece. Women "drummers" are preferred by eonie merchants. A new-shapeil enrelopo is sealed by the postage stamp. Canes made of pressed papar pulp are a brand-new wrinkle. It is said that 98 per cent of women's gloves are imported. The pension roll of the United States contains 528,000 names. Fashi'onoble chefs av« giving more attention to sotip making. A Bsrlin dry-goods house has a regular physician for its employes. Successful experiments in growing tea have been made near Panama. The average Southern pine lauds cut 15,000 feet of lumber to the acre. There was an export of 8,500,000 cigarettes from Egypt during January. The Zulu women are the architects nnd builders of their own houses. The annual output of domestic cigars in tliis country number...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 October 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. AUTUMN LEAVES. When the harvest work is over And the barns are full of sheaves, Children in the autumn twilight Gather up the autumn leaves. Through the forest rays of glory Prom the sunset's purple fold Flood with splendor field and upland Wave on wave in lines of gold. Bathing all the woods in sunlight, Lake and stream are burnished o'er, Glories of the dying autumn ltesting upon sea and shore. Emblem of a life declining, Drawing near its earthly goal, Light reflected from the future Sunlight on the passing soul. Sombre thoughts the autumn bringeth Of the autumn days gone by, Of the dusky heat of noonday, Memories of the morning sky. Leaves of gold and russctt falling In the twilight's solemn hours, Tell of hopes and joys departing, Fading as the fading flowers. Though our barns are filled with plenty, Wine and oil and golden sheaves, Every heart hath its own burden, livery life its autumn leaves. Hope...

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