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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 December 1888

Ofl:j S3UWsh:llß ISO 6 by Ho?. Aabroi# Honkol. BOCUAT&S HENKEL. AM II BOSK IJ. lIENKEL* 1 ELON O. HENKKL. j HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. l Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, SI.SO pir 7«ir; 11.50 la Ghenuioiti Sc., | Publishers of the " Lutiikrvillk Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" I will be sent to any one address, for one year, for i $2.50 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, chocks, post-offlce money orders, or registeroil letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Or.. Cnuiicn Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofllce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS:...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 December 1888

For Our Church Paper. Letter from Roanoke, Va. Roanoke, Va., Nov. 29,1888. Oub Church Paper has unexpectedly claimed that I was the first pastor in the United States to introduce the Common Service, Rev. A. 11. Studebaker, of Baltimore, is reported as leading oil' in tbe General Synod two months later. While Ido not wish undue credit in this connection, tbe following statements may interest some of your readers in this connection: The Common Service was successfully introduced at St. Mark's on the Bth Sunday after Trinity, July 22d. One hundred copies of the Common Service and fifty copics of tbe new Book of Worship had been secured from Mr. Duffle, with fifty copies of the General Synod edition from the Lutheran Publication Ilouse. The music for the service was prepared by Rev. C. A. Miller, serving then as my assistant, now tbe efficieut pastor of the College Church at Salem. Miss Katie Dosh, daughter of Kev. Dr. T. W. Dosh, presided at the organ, and the sermon for the day was pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 December 1888

THE KATTLE OP TIIE BONES. llow many bones iu the human face? Fourteen, when they are nil in place. How many bones in the human head ? Eight, my child, as I've often said. How inauy bones in the human spine? . Twenty-six, like a climbing vino. How many bones iu the human chest ? Twenty-four ribs, and two of the rest. How many bones the shoulder bind? Two in each, one before and one behind. How many bones in the human arm ? In each arm one, two in each fore-arm. How many bones in the human wrist ? Eight in each, if none are missed. How many bones in the palm of the hand ? Five in each, with many a band. How many bones in the Angers ten ? Twenty-eight, and by joints they bend. How many bones in the human hip f Onejin each; like a dish they dip. How many bones in the human thigh ? One in each, and deep they lie. How many bones in the human knees ? One in each, the knee-pan please. How many bones in the leg from the knee 1 Two in each, we plainly see. How many bones in the ankle strong ?...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 December 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. From the Lutheran Visitor. Baptismal Regeneration. 'The Visitor, October 20, 1887—No Provf —The Visitor May 20,1888 The Catechism—Luther and the Doctrine Taught in the Past. CHAPTER VIII. The Visitor, October 20, 1887, said in its rejaiy to Mr. Sherrill's questions: "So then men can be born again *at any kind of meeting,'or any where •else, at any time, by the Holy Ghost, through the Word, and faith in Christ's redemptive work, prior to baptism." This is not reproduced here that it may be refuted by argument. That has been done in our previous chapters. But we must yet say that it .carries the stamp of error on its face, when it asserts the possibility of the .new birth prior to baptism; while •Christ says that "except a man be iborn of water and of the Spirit he •cannot euter into the kingdom of God." llow eau a man bo born Christ's way, by baptism, if lie has J)eeu born prior to it! Ilow can a child ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 December 1888

Qfflja Eitfttollahol in 180 C b? tltv. Amtrots Btakol. SOCUATU3 lENKEL. AMIIHOSE L. HENKEL* ELoN O. IIKNEEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 11.60 por y«»r; SI.SO is Sbisuiotli Co., V*. Publishers of the " fjUTiißßviLi.K Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be -ent to any one address, lor one year, lor * 92 .50 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable a lvertisemcnts, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vali.ey every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR 01IURCH PAPER. EDITORS: ltev. S. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 December 1888

THE CAREFUL WRITER. (in man esteem with editors and I'rintkrs ) There is a man in our town, and he is wondrous wise, Whenever he writes the printer-man, he dotteth all his i's; And when he's dotted all of them, with great "sang froid" and ease He punctuates each paragraph, and crosses all his t's. Upon one side alone he writes, and never rolls his leaves; And from the man of ink a smile, and mark "insert" receives. And when a question he doth ask (taught wisely he has been), He doth the goodly two-cent stamp, for postage back, put in. —St. Joseph (Mo.) Herald. Circumspection. So many people pay no attention to the little things of life. They go after the main chance with no circumspection. It is true of immaterial as well as of material afl'airs. In all great things we accept the precept about beginning right, but in the little things of life we often neglect it. And yet "the little foxes spoil the vines "; the morning hour wasted causes hurry all the day; the lack of plan beforehan...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 December 1888

TO FORETELL FROST. How Every IntelllKdit Man Can Ho It la a Bimpl© and Practical Way* Frost is condensed vapor from tho air. In order, therefore, to predict frost, is Is requisite to know the laws governing this condensation. They are simplo. Why, lot us first Inquire, should the vapor condense at all? Why not remain always in the air? Because tho air can only contain a oortain amount, and all in excess of this is condensed. Tho air is like a sponge, which will begiu to drip when charged with more water than it has capacity for sustaining. But here comes l in an important item. It appears that tho air will hold more moisture when at a high temperature than when at a low temperature. At 32 dog. Farentaoit the air will hold the 160 th part of Its own weight, at 59 deg. tho 80th part, and at 86 deg. the 40th part. The law ia that at every increase of 27 degrees the capacity is doubled. If at noon the thermometer stood at 50 deg. and at night at 77 deg. (equal to 50 deg.x27 deg.) then t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 December 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. Prom tlie Lutheran Observer. CHRISTMAS. Hail, bappy Christmas morn, Come to a world care-worn! The glad sweet clamor of thy bells, The while it sinks and swells, Once more the good news tells,— Rejoice, the Christ is born I O humble ox and ass, Whom cruel blows harass. Poor, patient beasts of burden, mild, Your manger rude and wild Cradled the Heavenly Child; Whose honors yours surpass ? Meek grasses of the field, Who your sweet lives did yield Beneath the sickle's ruthless sweep,— Yours was the rapture deep To pillow His first sleep— The Christ, in flesh revealed. O too engrossed heart— Thronged hostel—busy mart, Amid thy concourse, strife nnd din, Hast thou no space within To take the Stranger in? Ah, let Him not depitrt! Drive out each sordid care, Thy goodliest room prepare, Bet wide, set wide thy heavenward door! The Christ-child, o'er and o'er, To enter in implore, And bide forever there. Brake t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 December 1888

OQco litlbliihed In 1806 by Sot. Amtroie Henfctl. •OCBATKH HKNKKL. AMBUOBE L. QENKkL* KLON O. IIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publisher* and Proprietor* of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, Sl-S0 por yur; SI-GO is Shtusloib Co., V». Publishers of the " Lutiibuvii.i.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" vriH be -ent to any one address, for one year, for 92.50 Cash in Advance. Kkmittaxcks should be made by drafts, checks, post-office 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, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Och Cuukcii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postoffice, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR OHURCHPAPER. EDITORS: Uev. 8. Henkel, D. D., ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 December 1888

To the Young People of our Church. Christmas and Nbw Yeah Pkbsbntb. What nicer present lor parents, brothers, sisters, or loved ones, titan the following books:—Book of Wokship—with the Common Service—at the following prices: Regular Edition, (24m0.) Arabesque, gilt, $1.28; English Turkey, extra gilt, $2.00; Turkey Morocco, super extra gilt, $3.20; Turkey Antique, $l.O0 —with gilt clasps, 40 cents extra. Combination Sets in paint—2 vols.— Arabesque, gilt—2 vols., $1.50; Japanese limp, round corners—2 vols., $2.50; English Turkey—2 vols.— round corners, $3.00; English Calf, loose limp, red, under gold edges—2 vols.—round corners, reduced from $6.00 to $5.00; Cases extra, $l.OO. Pulpit Size—flue large type.—Arabesque, gilt edge, $2.40; English Turkey, $3.20. Combination Sets in pairs—2 vols.— English Turkey—in 2 vols., $5.00; Arabesque, gilt—2 vols.—s3.oo; Japanese, limp—2 vols.—s4.oo. Sent by mail on receipt of price. Lettering names in gold or gilt on any of above books, 25 cents. A...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 December 1888

MERRY CHRISTMAS. BY D. W. HINDMAN. Merry, merry Christmas! Fleet the horses go With the happy sleighers, gliding o'er the snow, | Hear the ringing laughter, hear the merry bells! , Oh, it is so jolly, scooting through the dolls. Merry, merry Chritmas! How the snowflakes fall, I Like kind heaven's blessings, coming down on all, Like a robe of glory, spotless, pure and white, ■ Clothing sombre nature in a robe of light. Merry, merry Christmas! Day of many joys, Great with expectations for the girls and boys, Day of hope's fruition, day of social bliss, Day for roasted turkeys, day for that and this. Merry, merry Christmas 1 Here we meet at home, Gathered from all quarters where we chanced to roam, Father, mother, brothers, sisters, one and all, Loving hearts have gathered at the Christmas call. Merry, merry Christmas! Round the festive board, Eating up the goodies loving hands had stored, Telliug tales of wonder never heard before, Reveling iu mem'ries of the days of yore. Merry, merr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 January 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. NEW-YEAR BELLS. lIY AI.FKKD. TKNN'YHON. Ring out, wild bells to the Wild sky, The flying oloml, tlic frosty light; Tlie year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the new, King, happy bells, across the snow, The year is going, let him go; Ring oat the fulse, ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind, For those that here we see no more ; Ring out the fetid of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind. Ring out a slowly dying cause, And ancient forms of party strife, Ring in the nobler modes of life, With swecter ihanners, purer laws. Ring out the want, the care, the sin, The faithless coldness of the time; Ring out, ring out my mournful rhymes, But ring tlie fuller minstrel in. Ring out false pride in place and blood, The civic slander and the spite ; Ring in the love of truth and right, Ring in the common love of good. Ring out old sh...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 January 1889

Offlio llUtliihoa la 180 C by Sit. Ambron Hoakil. BOOBATMt NENKZL. AMBROSE L. HKNKUL* KLON O. HF.NKLL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 11.60 pit 7ur; 11.50 la Shtsuioib Co., T». Publishers of the "LnTiiKitviu.B SitMiNAKiAN," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be 'ent to any one address, for one year, for $.2.50 Cash in Advance. Ukmittanoks should be made by drafts, clii'i i.s, post-oltiee 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, very reasonable, and furnishod upon application. Time of Publication : Ock Cnttncii Papkh is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valust every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Ci.ass Matteh. OUR CHURCH 'PAPER. •OOfUTUfIHENKXL. EDITORS...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 January 1889

For Our Church Paper. A Reply. Me. Editor Iu the issue of Oub Church Papkr of November 21, one of yourjeorrespondeuts states that a certain Lutheran minister is in the habit of having one of the elders of liis church to administer the communion to him at his sacramental meetings, and wishes to know whether the Lutheran Church, uuder any circumstances, allows a lay-member to administer the communion. In reply to this inquiry, wo would say, as far as we have examined, we find nothing in the Confessions of our Church that would justify such a practice. The Y. Article of our Augsburg Confession says: "In order to obtain this faith (viz., justifying faith) God has instituted the ministerial office, whose members are to preach the gospel and administer the sacraments; for through the instrumentality of the Word and the Sacraments God gives .. to us his Holy Spirit,*' &c. Here we see that an office was established, the functions of which are to preach the gospel and administer ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 January 1889

FAKE WELL AND WELCOME. We bid farewell to you, Old Year, Without a sorrow or regret j Although you've giveu us good cheer, much, alas! wo would forget. *To realize our hopes so dear You may, perhaps, have had the will, ' Ilut yet you promised more, Old Year, Than you were able to fulfill. We welcome a new friend tonight; The new year will make all things right. New Year, with joy we welcome you! For us a smile the future wears, • For you can make our dreams come true, Can bring an answer to our prayers, Can errors of the past undo, Reclasp the hands of friendships riven, .Make tinner bonds of lovjng true, And give on earth foretaste of Heaven. We welcome a new friend tonight; The New Year will make nil things right. George Bikdseyb. Kerosene Lamps. The keroseiie lamp—though the "light of the world"—iu very many tMsi's, is a badly managed machine.— The himp isa little furnace with many openings in the burner for draft to keep up the flame. See then that these holes are always clear a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 January 1889

CHURCH " PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. From the Lutheran Visitor. Baptismal Regeneration. Quotations from Luther, with Comments. CHAPTER ix. We are bo much picaseu wiui uui study of Luther's doctrine of baptism, that we ask our readers to indulge us in a lew more quotations from his writings. We presume that The Visitor will readily excuse us for this reference to the Luther who lived and the doctrines which were taught in the past, and that its glo. rying ought to be increased. But it cannot consistently glory into the past of Luther, unless it renounces its error that, "men can be born again prior to baptism." This was not Luther's position. That we are correct in making this statement is evident from what here follows: "You have now what is to be said concerning the power and advantages of baptism; all which as represented above, Christ lias comprised in his own words, where he says, "He that belie vet li and is baptized) shall be sav...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 January 1889

OSbo SaUblinodln 130 C Bet. Amtroic Qeakol. OtTUATES HfiMKBL. AMUUOSF L. lIKNKt LELON O. UKIfKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S POINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. Publishers and Proprietor* of OUrt CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 51.69 par year; $1.50 Is Sfconuioih Co., 7>. Publisher,« of the " Luthkkvh.i.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Papor" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be "ent to any one address, (or one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Kkmittakuks should be made by drafts. cli'.'i-.iSt post-otttce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamp.rcceived. Advkutising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Ouk Cuuhoii Pavrh is published every .Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vai.i.ey every Thursday evening, and entered at the postoflice, New Market, Va., as Skoond Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Uev. 8....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 January 1889

For Our Church Paper. Christmas Exercises —Contribution. Mr. Editor :—Allow me space in your paper, to give au account of our Christmas exercises at St. Enoch, North Caroliua, Rev. W. A. Lutz, pastor, and of the mission contributions of both hisTcliurches. For sotno time the Sunday-school at Euochville had been practicing their service, and speakers had been selected for the occasion, and when Christmas day, the gladdest of days of the year, came, every one was ready. To make the occasion more pleasant, the morning dawned bright and fair, and it proved to be the fairest of Christmas days. The beautiful Christmas service and music were rendered well, and enjoyed by all. A very pleasant feature was a recitation by the infant class followed by a song which they sau'g so sweetly that it was warmly praised by every oue, and made all feel that truly there was Christmas chqer all around. There were two speakers for the occasion. Tho first was Mjr. J* I.Goodman, General Secretary of the Y. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 January 1889

"Little Susy's Six Teachers." "Susy, you were a very good girl at church this morning." "How could I be naughty, mamma 1" "O! in a great many ways. One child could disturb fifty people." "What could it do f' "It could keep getting up and down on its seat. It could keep asking il service was almost done. It conld turn over the leaves of the hymn book and rattle them. It could gape, and yawn, and fidget. Or it might turn round and look right into other people's faces in a rude way." Susy had seen children do all these things. Mr. Ought whispered that she had done some of them herself. ' Mamma,'' said she, "it is hard to sit still." "I know it is, and that is one reasiii why it is good for you to go to church. You know you must sit still, and try to learn to do it. And it is well to learn to do hard tilings." "What for do little children go to church f", asked Susy. "They don't know what the minister says.'' "No, I know they don't understand much. But there are a good many reasons why ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 January 1889

i , ' ,< «(, CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. EJENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. Published by Request. TUB BURIAL OP MOSES. : " i BY OEOIL FUANOES ALEXANDER. And he buried him in the valley in the land of Moab, over against Beth-peor, but no man kuqweth of . his sepulchre unto this day.— Deut. 84: 6. By Nebo's louely mountain, On this side Jordan's wave, In a vale in the land of Moab, There lies a lonely grave; And no man knows that sepulchre, And no man saw it e'er, For the angels of God upturned the sod, And laid the dead man there. That was the grandest funeral That over passed on earth, But no man heard the trampling, Or saw the train go forth Noiselessly as tlie daylight Comes back when night is done, And the crimson streak ou tlie ocean's cheek Grows into the gieat sun. Noiselessly as the spring time Her crown of verdure weaves, And all the trees on all the hills Open their thousand leaves ; So without sound of music Or voice, of theiu that wept. Sil...

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