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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 August 1893

OffllcoEtUtlljboSin 1506 I;Etr. intrcso Bstisl. SOORATES IIBNKKL, AMHBOSE L. IIBNKKL, BLON O. HBNKEL. 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. PUBLIBHBBS OF THE "Seminarian," . . Lutherville, Md. "Roanoke Collbgian," - Salbm, Va. "The Old Paths," - - Stbasburg, Va. "Kee Mak Journal," - llagbrstown, Md. "Our Ohurch Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to anyone address, for one year, for $2.2-5 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postollicc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Our Church Paver is published every Wednesday evening and tho SmvfANDoAii Vai.i.kt every Thursday ovening, and entered at the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 August 1893

For Our Church Paper. Proceedings of the Joint S. C., SundaySchool Convention. FRIDAY, 11 A. M., JULY 28. After the choir had sung No. CO in Augsburg Songs, the president and vice-president being absent, the secretary called the bouse to order, and asked Eev. J. A. Cromer to take tlio chair until an election could be hold. Eev. S. S. Eahu conducted the devotional exercises, using the 145 th Psalin and prayer. The choir gave us a piece of music, No. 210, A. S. Eev. S. L. Nease was excused for a few hours in order to visit one of his sick members. The following ministers and delegates were present: Keys. L. E. Busby, W. L. Darr, AY. A. Dcaton, J. A. Cromer, S. L. Nease, O. B. Shearouse, 14. E. Livingston, and J. G. Schaid ; delegates, Miss F. E. Franklow, Hon. C. M. Efird, J. L. Cromer, L. M. Sox, E. P. Whitman, J. B. Trukct, J. D. Wise, S. L. Smith, Miss Bessie Hiller, J. W. Dreher, Esq., Miss Maggie Bouknight, J. E. E. Kyzer, J. J. Biokly, J. M. Chapman, S. F. Wheeler, J. W. Summer,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 August 1893

HER MOTHER'S WAYS. When I went courtin' Mary Liee, She made the nices' kind er pies; Sho wuz the neatest, high or low, An' I wa'nt feared tcr tell her so. An* after all these married yearn Them's still the sentermints she hears. An' it don't end with cookin' things, Coz all she does, an' sez an' sings, Makes her the sweetest, kindest wife That ever helped a man thru life. Sho on'y likes one kind er praise—"My wifo hez got her mothor's ways." An' now I think on it awhilo, It used ter be her fatlier'B style, Kr sayin' jest thet sort cr thing When lie would hear her mother sing. Lor', I hev seen him settin' there A-rockin' in his liigh-backcd cliair, An' I hev lieern him tell ter me How thoughtful alio would allers be; Sez he: ' 'She's more nor wuth my praise," "My wife hez got her mother's ways." An' thet ain't it does me good An 'makes me proud, ez well it should, Ter hear thet son-in-law or mine Keep the word passin' down the line, lie took my gal nway f'um me, An' I giss him an' he...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 August 1893

CHURCH PA P F R ESTABLISHED !S/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. EVER PRESENT MUSIC. BY AGNUS NOUSK. Muaic ! yes, I hear it always; Far-off sounds that seem to llow From tho hearts of all earth's creatures, Floating high and falling low ; Nature's pulse in joy or woo. Quick when pleasure throbs within it, But for pain so sad and slow. "Ilush, my child, lie still and slumber!" Dreamily tlie sweet strain steals Through Hie vistas dim of memory To my heart, until it feels All a mother's love reveals In its tender, rhythmic beating, As beside her babe she kneels. Childhood's bliss finds free expression From glad, warbling, bird-like throats. Youth's strange, fitful life is measured Gravo or gay, as from it llo&ts Love's dear song in dulcet notes; Or weird, moaning, minor music, As o'er grief it grimly gloats. On the night air's silver silence, Ilark! the sound of wedding bellsLike life's dream of love's fulfillment, Listen how it sinks and swells ; That ri...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 August 1893

OHleoEitabllsiolln 1806 ty Est. iotrcie Betlsl. SOCRATES UENKEL, AMBROSE L. IIBNKEL, ELON O. IIBNKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PtTIILISIIEHS AND PROPRIETORS OP "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00. •'SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, - -$1.50. PUBLISHERS OF THE "Seminarian," - . Lutiierville, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "The Old Patos," - - Stbasburg, Va. "Keb Mar Journal," - llagerstown, Md. "Our Church Payer" and "Shenandoah Valley " wilt be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should bo made by drafts, checks, postofflce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money.is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable aud furnished upon application. Time op Publication: Our Church Paper is published eyery Wednesday evening and the SnEXANDOAii Valley every Thursday evening, nnd entered at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 August 1893

For Our Church Paper. Report of the Historical Society of the Lutheran Church in America. That place that docs contain good books, my best companions, is to me a glorious court, where hourly I convene with philosophers and theologians, historians, poets, preachers, and brainy men of every class. A few days before tho lamented death of Dr. Hay, tho energetic and intelligent Curator of our Society, he and las tho acting officers jointly signed a report, which bad been already dispatched to the printer, but the melancholy event caused some necessary changes, and it isnow issued under my name as President. It seems hard to break the ties which have for many years bound us closely together in this and other church activities, but he has ceased from his labors and his works do follow him. Let those of us who "still remain" work while it is day. Report. The acting officers of tlic Society have lor tlio last years been steadily prosecuting the work of accumulating in our library not only al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 August 1893

A STITCII IN TIME. When her frock displays a hole, Grave as any beadle, Katie shakes her curly poll, Promptly threads her needle, lu and out it flicks and flies ; Soon the task is ended. Scanning well the darn, she cries, "There, sir, you are mended 1" Katie knows the oldeu rhyme, Oh, she might be eighty ( So siie takes a stitch in time— Don't you, Madam Katie ? Here's a timely hint and sound Little folk may borrow : When a trifling fault is found, Never say "To-morrow!" Faults unchecked, like tiuy holes, Rapidly extending, Leave the vesture of our souls Tattered past all mending. Act upon the olden rhyme, Packed with wisdom weighty ; Take the saving stitch in time, Just like Madam Katie. Canary Raising. Canary raising forms a far greater clement of industry than we wot of. Germany seems to supply the world, but of British figures I have no return, so cannot say how we stand. From the information before me, supplied by an American consular office in Berlin, it appears the chief seat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 August 1893

ESTABLISHED 18/3. HBNKBL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXT. ALONE. Earthly lights arc fading fast, Daylight dies onco more; Brightness lingers round the past, ISut that past is o'er. Oh! my heart is aching, Lord, In the dark to-night! Wilt Thou say one tender word, Just to set me right? Answer. "Doubting child, so weak and weary, Things just now I know are dreary ; Look beyond, then, in thy sorrow, There is yet a bright to-morrow!" Lord, I do, yet only sec Empty shades draw nigh ; Friends aro gone who cared for mo In tho days gone by. All alono I feel to-night; Everything seems wrong: Quicken, Lord, my feeble sight. Make my faith more strong! Answer. "Lonely one, thy lot I'm sharing; Ail the sorrow I am bearing: Look again ; there still remaineth Glory that to Heaven pertaineth 1" Dearest Lord, these tear-dimmed eyes Just can see one ray— Ono faint glow in eastern skies : Does that tell of day ? Will my friends be mine again When the night is o'er ? Need my heart recall in v...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 August 1893

OBlce Eititllttc J Is 1606 tj Bar. AmtrestHoikol. SOORATKR lIKNKKL, AMBROSE L. lIENKEL, ELON O. lIBKKKI.. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House Now Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'FBI.IBHKRS AND PROPRIETORS OF <<OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, - -$1.50. PUBLISHERS OF TIIE "Seminarian," - - Lutherville, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "The Old Fatiib," - - Strasburg, Va. "Kee Mar Journal," - Hagerbtown, Md. "Our Church I'aper" and "Hhenandoah Valley " will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postofflce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is scut at the risk of tho person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Our Church Paper is published eyery Wednesday evening and tho Shenandoah Valley every Thursday ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 August 1893

Lutheran Reunion at Bay Ridge, Md. The annual reunion of the Lutherans of Baltimore and Washington was held this year for the first time at Bay Ridge, Md., Wednesday, July 2G. The day was enjoyablo and satisfactory in every particular. Nearly five thousand poople iroin the two cities were in attendance. Every arrangement that could be made for the pleasure and comfort of the excursionists was planned by the executive committee and nicely carried out. The day was spent in the exchange of greetings, rambling around the grounds, bathing, etc., until about lour o'clock, when the exercises commenced in the largo opera-bouse, where were seated between twelve and fifteen hundred people, with many standing around. There was no need for formal introductions, as tho tie which bound all on tho grounds into ouo common brotherhood served the purpose. Every one went for a good ""time, and every one had a good time. Ab stated before, this reunion is the first held at Bay llidgo, and the com niitte...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 August 1893

A Story abont Veuice. Let me tell you a story about the pigoons of Venice. If you were there you could see, at two o'clook every afternoon, flocks and flocks of pigeons alighting on the pavement near the great church of St. Mark's. No ono ever thinks of disturbing them ; 110 boy or girl in Venice would dare to throw a stone at them. But the people, young and old, like to go at that hour to see tamo, beautiful birds. What do they come for? To be fed. A groat many years ago, in the early days of Venice, the people used to keep what they called movable stores in the great square. They wore something like the fruit stands at our corners, only they were dotted about in the square, and a large umbrella was spread over each. One man had four of these and was quite rich, lie was a good, kind hearted man, and liked to have the pigeons come down from their cots away up in the high buildings and pick up the crumbs around his stores. The magistrates, seeing him so interested in the birds, allow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 September 1893

CHURCH PAPE R —JlL— ✓ Jwr .wT. ; -* a-. —<BL— A . . —<Js&. - .„«4s. ESTABLISHED ! 8/3, HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. A PRESENT HELP. BY LII.LA M. ALBXANDEIi. There is never a clay so dreary, Rut God can make it bright; And unto the soul that trusts Him, He giveth songs in the night. Thero is never a path so hidden, RM Uod will show us the way, If Wo seek for the Spirit's guidance, And patiently wait and pray. There is never a cross so heavy, Rut tho nail-scarred hands are there, Outstretched in tender compassion, Tho burden to help us bear. There is never a heart that is broken, But the loving Christ can heal; For tho heart that was pierced on Calvary, Doth still forliis people feel. There is never a life so darkened, So hopeless and so unblest, But may be filled with the light of God, And enter his promised rest. Thero is never a sin or a sorrow, There is never a care or a loss, But that wo may carry to Jesus, And leave at the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 September 1893

OfflicoEitabliabod ia ISOS ly Eov. Amtro«»n«nlol, SOCRATES IIENKBL, AMIiROSE L. HENKKL, ELON O. lIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. rnnr.isnßßs and proprietors of "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00 "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, ■ -$1.50. PCBLISIIBR3 OF TUB "Seminarian," - - Lutherville, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. ! "The Old Paths," - - Strasburo, Va. "Kee Mar Journal," - Hagerstown, Md. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" 'will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $3.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, chocks, po9tofflce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent fit the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Our Church Paver is published cyery Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 September 1893

For Our Church Paper. Middlebrook, Va. On the 4th Sunday in August, Mt. Tabor congregation mado an offering through envelopes to Foreign Missions of i? 30.00. On the first Sunday in Sept., wo had our last communion for this synodical and pastoral year. Dr. Fox did the preaching. There wore 7 additions to the church, —0 by certficate and vote of council, —all heads of families, and 1 by confirmation. Total for synodical year,—adults 23, —infants 18. G. W. Spiggle, l'astor. Sept. 4,1893. For Our Church Paper. Thirty-first Annual Convention of the Holston Synod. This convention of tho Holston Synod was held in Luther Zion church, Washington Co., Tenn., Aug. 10 13. The opening sermon was preached by tho retiring president, Rev. A. J. Brown, from Ps. 19 :0. His Theme was: The perfection of God's Plan of human Salvation. The Synod ordered the publication of the sermon as an Appendix to the Miuutes of the Synod. Synod was organized for the ensuing year by the election of Revs. J. 11. Summi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 September 1893

The Recent Rain Storms. The rain storm of last Sunday and Monday, Aug. 27-28, swept over a large portion of the United States, doing much good in somo sections, where drouth prevailed, and much damage in other sections. Both these storms originated, it seems, in the West Indies. The latter one struck the Florida coast on Sunday, passing into Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, thence,northward into Canada. In some portions of the country it proved very disastrous, whilst in others, it was less injurious. The storm which on Monday night swept over Baltimore caused greater damage to life and property in its path from Florida to New York than any similar storm in years. A large number of vessels in the harbor at Baltimore were wrecked or damaged. Heavy losses were caused on houses and ships at Sparrow's Point. Considerable damage was done along tho shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the rivers emptying into it. The highest tide over known was experienced in the S...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 September 1893

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. A MOUNTAIN LESSON. TIY OHAUI.EB N. BINNBTT. Wo had written our names on the mountain-top When we saw to our great surprise, Our little Marian standing alone, With a liappy look in her eyes. "Don't you wish your name written here ?" Asked her papa, with a smile. "I'll caryo it there ou that highest rock, — It will take but a littlo while." "I've tried to leavo a tiny mark," Said Marian, wise and slow ; "I've planted a mountain cranberry vine, And God will help it to grow." "And when tho folks from the cities far Hero on the mountain stand, I hope they'll see how he keeps wee things In tho hollow of his hand. "I forget his loving caro sometimes, — With others it may be so ; And the vine will heip them to see God's hand I am sure ho will make it grow." Dear trusting girl, W6 shall not forget Tho lesson that to us came, — How she cared so little about herself, If men could read God's name. —Sunday School Ti...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 September 1893

OBlcs liUbllihol In 1806 ty Sir. AntroiiEnkil. SOOKATBS IIKNKKL, AMHKOfIK L. IIRNKRI., BLON O. IIBNKKT.. HENKEL&CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. publishers and riiornißToits of •'OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00 "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, '• • $1.60. publishers of titb "Seminarian," - - Lutubrvillb, Md. "ROANOKE COLLBGIAN," - BALBM, Va. "Tub Old Paths," - - Stbasburg, Va. "Kbb Mar Journal," - Haobbstown, Md. •'Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley " will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Hbmittanoes should bo made by drafts, checks, postoflicc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent lit the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbrtisino Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable and furnished upon application. TrMB of Publication: Our Cnußon Paper is published cyery Wednesday cvenine and the Shenandoah Vai.i.ev every Thursday evening, nt the postol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 September 1893

For Our Church Paper. 40th Convention of the Evangelical Lu- theran Synod of Virginia. The Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Virginia convened in St. Petor's churoh, Tom's Brook, Va., Sept. 5, 1893, Rev. A. A. J. Bnshong, pastor. The opening sermon was preached at 8 o'clock, by Rev. W. B. Oncy, of Mt. Sidney, Va. Wednesday morning at 9 o'clock, the Synod was formally opened by acting President, liev. L. L. Smith, of Strasbnrg, Va. After roll call and enrolling lay-delogates, the President read a very full report of the official acts of the year. From this report it was seen that Rev. I). M. Moser, former President, and Revs. J. L. Buck and A. D. R. Hancher, had accepted calls, and removed from the bounds of our Synod. Those brethren are faithful and efficient ministers, and will be missed from among us; also, Rev. W. Rusmisell had been removed by death from the church militant to the church triumphant. The following brethren have within the year accepted calls to labor in our bounds, an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 September 1893

"BLACK-EYED SUSANS." This is the tale thoy tell us, Oil an autnmn long ago, Two dnrk eyes, the shyest, sweetest, Clos'd upon this world below. And tlie stars that lov'd them, miss'd tlicm, And the south winds that had kiss'd them, All went grieving for their tender Love-light and the splendor Of those golden tresses that had veiled their dusky glow. Then earth said : "In ruy bosom They are hid, the dark, dead eyes I can but restore their 'semblance In some new and gentle guise, And those tresses bright and golden You may see again the olden Glory they once wore beneath the autumn skies. Then by wayside brook and tangle Like a thing of sweet surprise There blossom'd starry flowers With dusky, velvet eyes, And from the nestling grasses Where each careless footstep passes They gaze upon us daily with looks most liuman-wise. "Black-eyed Susans" they were christen'd In some homely, childish phrase, But to those who knew them truly They are "Lights-of-otlier-days"— Bringing back, with hou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 September 1893

CHURCH" PAPER, ESTABLISHED !873. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. THE BKAVEST BATTLE TIIAT EVER WAS FOUGHT. BY JOAQUIN MILI.KIE. The bravest battle that ever was fought, Shall I tell you where and when ? On the maps of the world you will llnd it not, 'Twas fought by the mothers of men. Nay, not with cannon or battle shot, With a sword or nobler pen; Nay not with oloquent words or thought From mouths of wonderful men. But deep in welled-up woman's heart, A woman that would not yield, But bravely, silently bore her part— Lo, there is the battle-field. No marshaling troop, no bivouac song, No banner to gleam and wave ; But oh! thoso battles tliey last so long, From babyhood to the grave. Yet, faithful still as a bridge of stars, She lights in her walled up town; Fights on and on in the eudless wars, Then silent, unseen, goes down. 0 yo with banners and battle shot, And soldiers to shout and praise, 1 tell you tho kingliest victories fought Arc fought in these silent wa...

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