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We Answer every Question with reference to the CHURCH Interior, for Work in STAINED GLASS, MARBLE, STONE, METAL, CARVED WOOD, MOSAIC, COLOR DECORATION, etc.
submitted showing Parts to be carried out by Local Labor and Parts for
warded from New York. CHURCH CHANGES
whenever desired can be Designed by ourselves to be carried out by Local Contractors, the Artistic Features being Superintended by us.
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g We also make Choir Vestments in ec
clesiastical form and best material. g We have a Custom Tailoring Department
for the Clergy. Embroideries and fabrics
G We execute orders for Altar Cloths and Hangings with plain and
elaborate designs skillfully embroidered. g We furnished the Altar Hangings for Holy Trinity Lutheran Church,
Central Park West, New York, and are now executing an order for the new St. Peter's Lutheran Church, 54th St. and Lexington
Ave., New York. G A large assortment of Ecclesiastical Silks, Cloths and Fringes, kept
in stock and sold by the yard.
Cor sons & Vining, 262 Fourth Ave., 11. y.
Philadelphia Office, Cburcb house, Twelfth and Walnut Sts.
Deals with all the living critical issues and hor. oughly discusses the latest European and American writers from a sound Lutheran point of view. This standard work, indispensable to every well informed clergyman and scholar, contains 260 well-printed pages in cloth binding. Price $1.50, postpaid.
The Editor is CAARLES S. ALBERT, D D., Editor of the Augsburg Sunday School Lesson Helps.
THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE is 60 cents a year for a single copy; in lots of five or more copies, ADDRESSED TO ONE PERSON, 45 cents a copy a year; or 12 cents a copy a quarter.
The Paper should be seen and examined by Pastors, Parents, Sunday School Superintendents and Teachers.
Send subscriptions to HENRY S. BONER, Superintendent, Lutheran Publication Society, 1424 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pa.
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Opens on the first Thursday in September its new and modern buildings
It offers a Classical and a Scientific Course. The charges are moderate and the accommodations superior.
The Academic Department will be continued at Fourth and Walnut Streets under improved conditions, and prepares for any College, for Teaching and Business.
Send for free catalogue. Rev. John A.W. Haas, D.D. President. Prof. Ambrose A. Kunkle, A. M., Principal of the Academic Department.
YORK. The Oldest Lutheran School in America.
Is located in the most beautirul part of the far-famed Cumberland Valley, but fifteen minutes' ride from Harrisburg. Chartered to confer degrees in 1857 by the State Legislature. The most largely patronized College for young women in the Lutheran Church. Faculty large, experienced and able. None but desirable students wanted. Classical, Scientific and Special courses. Full Music Conservatory course. Superior advantages in Art and Oratory. Steam heat; electric light; hot and cold water, etc. Rooms specially attractive. Send for catalogue. E. E. CAMPBELL, Ph.D., President. Steadily Growing in Favor with Lutherans
of All Synods.
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Carthage College, Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa.
REV. J. G. TRAVER, A. M., Principal,
HARTWICK SEMINARY, Otsego Co., N. Y. Pennsylvania College, Gettysburg, Pa.
GARTHAGE, ILLINOIS. College, Academy, Business
Greatly Improved Laboratories. Courses in Music, Art and Oratory.
Founded in 1832. Large Faculty. Classical, Scientific and Special Courses. Observatory thoroughly equipped. Chemical Hall and Gymnasium containing all the modern appliances. Six buildings Steam heat. Libraries, 26,000 volumes. Expenses low. Location pleasant and healthy. Preparatory Department, in separate building, under special care of the Principal and three assistants. For Catalogue address
S. G. HEFELBOWER, President.