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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 October 1892

Offlci Estatliihoi is 1806 by So?. AntroH Heakol. 11 \ BOORATES IiKNKEL, AMBROSE L. HENKEL. KLONO.UENEIL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. —„ Jr LTBLISIIBRB AND PROPRIETORS OF UR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PUBLISHERS OF TIIB "Seuisabian," - - Lutukrville, Md "Von Doha Messenger," - Luray, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'Tub 0,1.11 j?„\Tpsy" - - - Btrabuurg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Slnenandoah Valley" wMI be sent to any one address, for one year, for %l.Z* Cash ih Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-offlce money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the jisk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Churoii Taper s published every Wednesday evening and tho Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and enter...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 October 1892

For Our Cliurch Paper. Communicated. Mr. Editor.—-I notice in today's Church Paper that I am a defaulter for not handing in my parochial report. I beg to say that I did give my report to the secretary, and saw him put it in his vest pocket. Aa to tho number of Minutes I want, I will say that I was assessed per cent, of the §1,000 raised, and therefore, I expect 4J per cent, of the Minutes sent out to congregations. This is certainly just. Very Respectfully, E. L. Lybrand. Summit, S. C., Oct. 20, 1892. For Our Church Paper. Columbus Day at Concordia College, ' Conover, N. C. Columbus day was celebrated with appropriate exercises at Concordia Conover, N. C. After hymn No. 491 had been sung by the whole assembly, Rev. C. H. Bernheim led in prayer. A varied, but well arranged program was then gone through with, consisting of orations, readings, recitations, vocal and instrumental selections. Prof. Chas. L. Coon do livered the first oration, dwelling particularly upon the lessors that ar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 October 1892

liillMiSiiW .iiniW h i iom /. ii mm , i . A BRIEF HISTORY OF THIS FAMOUS mini!!) I"'bodV OF water. ii—fntii V/ . t niri' > if - i • V ■ W r tlui.li.w.-T»« ! Grout °* ">• S«Wl». xl v *. i.IiiOI. ill U>« Traty of CeMlon wii»ii«uiiviiity st'ktrii. l-'"'*riKiflf'Kamchatka; was disuovei'od in the y 23.|>ylYjtA)?Pph* Wi Vitus l!ehviMg ( »vas a Russian suty w^t,. sailing wuleft he Russian flag. From the date b aivay owe* the ise<i, whose Dame had been chansed tolßehringv honor of its disx ix.r 'TrflWtliVAlutian Islands were dig*'eftWe'll,' and in 1788, the interests of tho 'Russians becoming more fully awakened, "the sea. its islands and coast were explored by order of Queen Catharine of Russia. In 1790 the I'ribylov Islands were found. They were desolato and uninhabited; but the Government, lindiug tliem to be tho great assembly ground of the fur seals, transferred Aleuts from their native islands. After a time they became contented a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 November 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & GO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. JUDGE NOT. BY A. A. PROOTOKJudge not: the workings of liis brain, And of his heart tbou canst not sec ; What looks to thy dim eyes a stain, In God's pure light may only be A scar, brought from some well-won field, Where thou wouldst only faint and yield. The look, the air, that frets thy sight, . May be a token, that below The soul has closed in deadly fight With some infernal fiery foe, Whose glance would scorch thy smiling gracc, And cast thee shuddering on thy face! The fall thou darcst to despise, May be the angel's slackened hand Has suffered it, that he may rise] And take a firmer, surer stand ; Or, trusting less to earthly things, May henceforth learn to use his wings. And judge none lost; but wait and see, With hopeful pity, not disdain ; The depth of the abyss may be The measure of the height of pain, And loye and glory that may rai9e This soul to God in after days I How shall the Public Peace b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 November 1892

Office Establiihod in 1806 by Be?. Aatrose Honkol. 800 KATES liKNKEI., AMBROSE L. lIENKEJ.. EI.ONO .HENKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,Shenandoah Co. ,Va. Publishers and Proprietors of UR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 51.50. PcBI.ISIIERS OF TUB " Seminarian," - - Lutiiervii.le, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Lurat, Va. " Roanoke Oolleoian," ... - Salem, Va. ' Tub Ol» Paths," - - Strasbukg, Va. "Our Church Pape,*" and "Sbcnandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. I Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-office money orders, or register cd 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 Ciiuroii Paver s published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday opening, and entered...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 November 1892

For OurCluirch Paper. Martin Luther. Tho full meaning of tho words: " Whatever shall become great begins small," is found while studying tho history of this great man. God chooses his greatest and most deserving witnesses from the humbler walks of life. Christ called his first followers from the lowest grades of human society, aud made them mighty ministers ol his Word. The same is true of his reformers. Even Luther's parents were not great and their home of no reputation. Tho birthplace of Christ was "Little among the thousands of Judab." "Can any good, thing come out of Nazareth 1" was asked concerning tho homo of bis mother. How beautifully these facts resemblo those in tho history of the nativity of Luther. Tho parental home was a village called Morab, lying botweon low hills in which the Thuringian Mountains terminate. It is a small place, without a residing priest and having only ono chapel, lying in the midst of Germany. A house is still pointed out upon the former site, and ...

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

PERFUME FROM FLOWERS. Dticrlptlon of the Proem by Whleli Plrnannt Odor* are Obtained. The violet, rose, jonquil, jasmino, neacia, tuberose, and orange grow luxuriantly in Florida and California, and Hrat-elass floral extracts are composed to a greater or less extent of those odors. Why can not (lowers be grown for profit in .he genial climate of tlie3e and other •States? Iloino producers should be able to produco u pomade—the only form in which perfume can bo fixed—at a prico which will enable them to compote with the flower farmers of France, who at present supply the world's market. This pomade is marketed in eleven and twenty-two pound tins, varying in prico according to quality. The process of extracting odors is known as tnfleurage, and it is carried on either with or without heat. Jasmine and tuberose are exposed to lard spread thinly on sheets of lllass in suitable frames; this soon ab■orbs the odor, and by renewing tho flowers the grease becomes saturated. The perfume of the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 November 1892

CHURCH PAPER, ESTABLISHED 18/3. HEISTKEI, & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. . The Apostolic Symbol. We deem it a matter of interest to our readers, to publish the following, iu regard to this Symbol or Creed, as taken from the Historical Introduction to the Book of Concord, iu continuous numbers: 1. Its Appellation and Origin.—Tho Apostolic Symbol, by its very name, refers back to the times of tho Apostles. For, though itcannot be proved that it was composed and published by tbo Apostles, still it reaches back to tbo earliest times of the church, and stands in perfect harmony with the doctrines of the Apostles, (Acts 2, .12.) It is certain, the opinion, that as we have to thank the Apostles for the name, so we ought likewise to thank them for the origin of this Symbol, prevailed early in the church; and indeed it has been asserted that the Apostles composed it, either before their mission among the Geutiles, alter the effusion of the Holy Ghost, or about the time of the pers...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 November 1892

.Office Xstatliibod is IW6 fcj Icr. Aatroio Hcnkol. »OOKATKS JiliJltoL, AMBKOSB L. IIKKKiiL. Ifil.ON O.HEHKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,Shenandoah Co.. Va. £'■ i'jI'BUSUKIiS AND PROPRIETORS OF CUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. Shenandoah valley," Local, $1.50. PuBLIBHERS OF TIIE "Seminarian," - - Ltjthervill*, Md ( i< Messenger," - Luray, Va. '* • " Ro+Jbjra Collegian," ... - Sai.e.m, Va. _ 'Tiie Old Paths," - - - Sthasburg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Sbenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, (or 52.25 Cash in Advance. Kemittanoes should be made by drafts chocks, post-office money ordors, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the lisk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paver 3 published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 November 1892

ONE. 11 y rrallP E. nOWA-BD. lie <*ains, forsooth, the lesser part Of self-surrender to the love divine, Who prays with lowly, ferveut heart, "Thy will, O Lord, he done, not mine . But he sball have no self to bear, [begun Who, yearning wholly God-ward, hath To murmur tremblingly this prayer: "My will with thine, O Lord, be one! For Our Church Paper. Work. There are several Lutheran churches iu the western hall'of Wythe county V»., whoso origin dates back to ueai the' closo of the eighteenth century The beginning of these congrega' tions was feeble and their life ant growth were attended with many ant groat hardships. The Gerniaus from Pennsylvania who first settled in this section, wen not numerous, and religiously wer< about equally divided between th( Luthcrau and Reformed churches They had their church and schoo property in common. For the waul of pastors, who could minister to then in the English language, many of the young peoplo were lost to the church W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 November 1892

IWStKKM AND IHDI'STIIIAt.. . I — AVu ituvc 513,500 telephones. I 'oU makes the hottest lire. Armour employs 7,000 people. Irrigation spreads In the West. Oregon has 12 inch strawberries. An unsirikable yacht is to come. Wimien druggißts are increasing. Illinois leads in railroad-mileage. York makes one-fourth of our Deer. Letter postage costs us $42,000,000 a year. Alaska has yielded §33,000,000 iu sealskins. 1 Germany supplies the beat lithograph stone. Chinese fishermen wear stockings of human hair. Hopkins University has a $10,000 thermometer. The Paris Petit Journal has a circulation of 1,250,000 copies. We exported 619,600 gallons of rum to Afrit a tinting t\ie past year. Grasshoppers contain formic acid, which is worth GO cents a pound. man in Florida this year has realized $10,000 from an acre of pineapples. It costs 75 cents to ship a barrel of Hour from Atchison, Kan., to Liverpool. It costs the saloons'of New York $500,000 a year to replace their broken glasses. Kansas whe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 November 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED ! 8/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. The Apostolic Symbol. continued from last week. Wo deem it a matter of interest to our readers, to publish tho following, in regard to this Symbol or Creed, as taken from the Historical Introduction to tho Book of Concord, in continuous numbers: Thn arguments which are omrdnyod against ascribing the authorship to tlio Apostles, aro the following: 1. The silence of the holy Scriptures. Had the Apostles really been the authors of this Symbol, they would certainly have referred to it in their writings; and assuredly Luke, in the Acts of the Apostles, would not have disregarded so important a fact, since events of far less relative importance are there described. 2. The equal silence of the primitive church. Tho fathers of the church, Ireneus, Justin Martyr, Clemens of Alexandria, Ongen, Tertullian, Eusebius, Hilary, Cyril of Jerusalem, would surely have referred to this, even had it existed merely as tradi...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 November 1892

Cfflco JitaUiihii is ISC6 ly Ber. Amtroio Honkol. SOOIUTES HENKEL, AMHROBB L. ITKNKEL. ELOM O .QE3KEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo.,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORB OF IUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1-50. PUUI.ZSHKRS OF THE •'Seminarian," - - Lutherville, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," - - - - Salem, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," - - - Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Papee" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, tor one year, for 9 2.25 Cash in Advance. Uemittancss should be made by drafts checks, post-otUce money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the iisk of the person who forwards it. Stan»pß received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paper i< published e.very Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entere...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 November 1892

For Our Church Taper. Dedication at Tazewell, Va. The Lutheran church at Tazewell was dedicated last Sunday (Nov. S.) There was preaching on Saturday night and the sermon and dedication service on Sunday morning. Tho day was beautiful, and tho congregation was very large The pastors of tho town closed their churches and attended tho Lutheran church. The collection amounted to more than three hundred and fifty dollars. The pastor Rev. J. 1?. Greever was assisted by Revs. J. Mahood and L. A. Fox. Tho church is of brick, is sixty by thirty eight feet, and is semi-Gothio in style. It is a handsomo building of which tho people of the community are justly proud. It is the equal of any church in tho town. It is located at tho depot, about one mile from the courthouse, but is of easy access by street railway. It is the only church in that vicinity except a Methodist church whicb is served by the pastor of the church on Main street. The Lutheran congregation here is small. It numbers about f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 November 1892

GRAINS OF GOLD. To-morrow is the fool's seed time. Vanity ruins more women than love. Consistency is the bugbear of little minds. • Love achieves many victories by compliance. The true and the false speak the same language.' Chide a friend in private and praise him in public. The greatest miracle of lovo is that it cures coquetry. Poverty is Nothing disgraceful for a mnn to confess. Grief counts the seconds ; happiness forgets the hours. Friendship is a shield that blunts the darts of adversity. Solitude causes us to write because it causes us to think. Whosoever is not working is begging or stealing.—Carlvle. One can stop when he ascends, but not when he descends. The reward of a thing well done is to have dono it. —Seneca. Every vice has a cloak, and creeps in under the name of virtue. The happiness of the great is to bo able to make others happy. More good advice ■would be taken if it were given in a good way. The yoke of love is something heavier than that of all the virtues. Gl...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 November 1892

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. FAITH. Lord, give U9 faith ! Life's woes are many, and oft seem To darken every heavenly dream, So weak our trust, through good or ill— O, give us faith! Lord, give us faith! Besitlo the poal wc linger, fain To'enter and be ncaled—in vain— The moment gone, self holds us still— O, give us faith ! Lord, give us faith ! Our eyes are darkened, and we must Thy perfect patience ever trust — We ask to do thy holy will— O, give us faith ! Lord, give us faith 1 To rise up borne o'er earthly things, That daily cares on viewless wings, May waft us up to Pisgah's hill, Where, strong in faith, We may behold the "summer land" Eternal, where a shining band, Ilis saints, with praise heaven's spaces till— Saved, saved by faith ! The Apostolic Symbol. CONTINUED FROM LAST WEEK. 2. Nature and Design of this Symbol. —An examination of its Nature proves, that tho Apostolic Symbol was an expansion of the form of baptism, but ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 November 1892

OBco SitabUshod In J COS by Est. Astrcic Etticl. 8001IATES lIBNKBL, AM»BOSB L. HlfiKBL. ELON O.BIHIL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,Shenandoah Co. ,Va. PUBLISHERS MID P«WMWTOBS OF IV* CHUKC* PAPER," Religious, $1 00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. PCBLIBHBBS OF TH« •'Seminarian," -« - Lutukrvillb, Md • "Von Bora Messenger," . - Lubay, Va-, " Roanoke Collegian," - - • - Salem, -Va. 'Tub Old Paths," - - - Strasbubq, "Va. > ■ '•Our OkureA Rapet" and "Slienandoah ValUy" will be s«»' to any one addrew, lor one year, for $2.25 Pas' l > n Advance. Kbmittano*s should be made by drafts checks, post-offlce money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the lisk of the person who forwards it. Starnpß received. Advertising Hater, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication •. Our Chtjroii Paper \ i published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 November 1892

A Day of Thanksgiving. Washington, Nov. 4.—The President has issned his annual Thanksgiving proclamation, as follows: By the President of the United States of America. A PROCLAMATION. The gifts of God to our people during the past year have been so special that the spirit of devout thanksgiving awaits, not a call, but only the appointment of a day, when it may have a common expression. He has stayed the pestilence at our door; He has given us more for the free civil institutions in the creation of which His directing providence was so conspicuous; He has awakened a deeper reverence for law; He has widened our philanthropy by a call to succor the distress in other lands ; He has blessed onr schools and is bringing forward a patriotic and God fearing generation to execute His great benevolent designs for our country; He has given us great increase in material wealth and in the diffusion cS contentment and comfort in the homes of our people ; He has given His grace to the sorrowing. Wh...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 November 1892

MEN AMD WOMEN. The Dulco of Norfolk Lft the roputatiou of being the most charitable Peer ia Euglaud. King Humbert of Italy is an amateur cook of no mean skill. His wife is ye» to bo heard from. - Qeou Anne, of Great Britain and Ireland, bore seventeen children. She died of apoplexy in 1714. "Jimmy " Lane is the oldest settler in Chicago. He is ninety-five years old, and is still a bustling, active man. Oscar Wilde, having exhausted all tho possibilities of absurdity in other directions, is uow posing as a Socialist. Few people are aware that Mr. Spurgeon was never ordained. He began and ended his remarkable ministry as a lay preacher. Daniel Defoe's last lineal descendant lives at Bishop's Stortford, and is in receipt of outdoor relief from tho Chelmsford Union. ± The late Mrs. Maria Swann left a pot dog worth $3,000. This is supposed to be the wealthiest dog in existence. —Philadelphia Record. Mr, Munroe, C. 8., formerly Chief of the Loudon Police, is now in the N jiideu district o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 November 1892

church' papkk. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HEISTKEJLi & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. Thanksgiving. Thankfulness is one of the generous virtues, and one of the most common of them. Its absence indicates a low typo of morals or intelligence—it may be either without the other. A thankless person may be such out oi stu"ii' 'ioul any marked depravity, or he may bo such out of disregard of right and propriety. In either case such a person is regarded as undesira ble as a companion or neighbor. People do not care to have any social or other relations with him that can bo avoided. Such a virtue would be among the lirst to bo recognized among men. It was also among the iirst, in its relations to God, to be recognized, The out-ponring of God's loving kindness upon men was answered by expressions of gratitude, and by a desiro to do something by way of acknowledgment in return. One would suppose that the burntoffering, the sending to the skies the savory perfume of the sacrifice, would be the ...

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