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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 January 1889

OS:o liUbllihoi it 1306 b; Sot. Aatroic Btiktl. ■&GBATESBENEEL. AMBIIOSE L. BENKLL* I ELON O. HENKEb. ( HENKEL & CO.S PRINTING HOUSE, i New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. r t Publishers and Proprietors of rj OUR C IURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, t * II.SO pn 7»»t; $1.(0 U Sfcosudoik Co., 7». ( c Publishers of the "Ldtiikrtii.i.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" j will be ?ent to any one address, lor one year, for , •2.50 Cash in Advance. j Kkmittanoks should be made by drafts, checks, post-office money orders, or register- < ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps ( received. i Advertising Rates, for nnobjectionnblc advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Oun Church Paper Is published every Wednesday evening and Iha Shenandoah Vali.ey eveiy Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Ci ass Ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 January 1889

For Our Church Paper. THE NIGHT BLOOMING CEREUS. ' BT RKT. lIIA O. BKLLMAN, A. M. A homelier plant we must not look to sec 1 Its graceless stalks nor leaves nor blades adorn. An ill-formed child of coarsest pedigree, Born to a humble future all forlorn. We watch the shamefaced creature still awhile, Wlienlo! its lips grow red, curtained by night, And every feature blooms as if a smile Had burst in fibrils delicate as light So, rarest beauty oft is born from womb Of gross deformity. In spite of fate, The flower of humble life, by solar love Long treasured up, in darkest night will bloom, To beauty rarer than the charms of state, And. people enrth with stars like heaven above. Killinworth, Ct. For Our Church Paper. Thanks. Mb. Editor :—We desire, through your most excellent paper, to express our sincere thanks to the members of Mt. Moriah congregation, Bowan Co., N. 0., for a beautiful Christmas present received—a tea set, —and also for various other things, which go to make up the su...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 January 1889

MAINt'3 TitAHPERS. llHrfl f 11 ii ii I i'VH Wlhi llii Not l»e Llqum Hull ,\| VIT l.lei "It nniy scum git," s:ild :i iluatoi In furs itml skins, "but I lie meekest nnd mildest men I over c;iin;> in contucl with iiro the hunters and trappers ot the Maine w I i.eet scores ot them every se.i mi, ami have for years, for I pay from ■iiO.OOO lo £_'•),000 toi furs ami skins in Maine annually, ami two-thirds of them I obtain direct from the hands of the trappers. I can't understand how it is that they are so nioek and mild, for you would hardly expect to find such elmrae'eristics among men who spend tliree-ip- i ters of their lives in the deepest u iti!ernes j , living virtually like sttviigi-. They live on fat pork, game and tisli. Every thing they cook, from the daintiest trout or bird to the finest kind of wild meat, seems to be used simply as something to give different flavor to the pork, for that always goes into the dish in much larger proportion than does the morsel which ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 January 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. H EN" KEL <fe CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. THANKSGIVING. MYUA GOODWIN PLASTZ. Down from the North, with tresses white, Old Winter comes with icy breath ; At hit approach our birds take flight, And sweet flowers close their eyes in death. But not until the lavish earth Redeems the promise of the Spring, And harvest songs ring out their mirth— For this we thank thee, God, our King. Then let the lusty North-wind roar; Heap up the board with richcst cheer, While with our loved ones we think o'er The blessings of another year. We will forget our toil and care; Life must grow sweeter while we sing, God's providence is everywhere— For this we thank thee, God, our King. No pestilence has swept our land, Nor wild storms wrecked our ships at sea, We have not felt war's bloody hand, Our pride is sllll in Liberty ; Our iiappy homes, these shrines of love, On earth's dark bosom glittering, Must shine like stars to ey. s above For this we thank thee, Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 January 1889

0.11:3 Sitabllihod In 180G by Be?. AmbroseSiakol. ■HCHATKtf HEX JILL. AMIUIUBK L. HEXKEL. EI.OX O. IIEXKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, SI. 60 por yur; SI.GO Is Shwuioib Co., Vi. Publishers of the " TjCtiibrvillk Seminarian," Marylnnd. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will lie F ent to any one address, lor one year, lor $2.50 Cash in Advance. Kkmittanobb should be made by drafts, checks, post-olHce money orders, or registertsd letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamp.received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnish ed upon application. Tims op Publication : Our Church Papei is published every Wednesday evening am the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofllce, Nev Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Uev. S. Henkel, D....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 January 1889

For Oqr Church Pnper. My Trip to Indiana. Having received an invitation about the thirteenth of November, 1888, to visit the State of Indiana, and preach several times for some vacant congregations located in Wayne and llenry counties, and after considering the matter for some time, I concluded to accept the invitation, and entered the train at Luray, Page County, Va., Tuesday morning, about nine o'clock, Dec. 18, 1888. From Luray, as the train was forty minutes late, it rapidly sped its way to Hagerstown, Md., where close connection was made with the Cumberland Valley It. R., which conveyed us to Ilarrisburg, Pa., where I again changed cars for Pittsburg, Pa. Arriving at Pittsburg about eleven o'clock that night, I changed again for Cambridge City, Wayne Co., Indiana, which I reached at half-past eleven o'clock, Dec. 19, after passing Columbus, Ohio, and many other towns of considerable size, having, in that time, as I was told, traveled about seven hundred and sixty miles. At Camb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 January 1889

THE OLD SWING. To and fro, to and fro. A tireless shuttle that wit.(l sprites throw, Now through the shade, now through th« sun, rtoth mingling in tho texture spun. Tho old swing trucks its twisted trail. As gusty broaths coico up tho vale; Ami creaks the while a ceaseless wail Full of woo. To and fro, to and fro. I suw you swing long years ago; I though your towering head so high Was fastened close to the opal sky, I trod your path with childish feet, Though scarce my hands could reach the seat, And all thy moves seemed wondrous fleet There below. To and fro, to and fro. When I your latent power did know, A careless, romping, daring boy, I deemed theu niy keenest joy To mount your ever-patient back Ami with youth's genius-given knaclt To drive you swiftly o'or your track, High and low. To and fro, to and fro, My love and lin sunset's glow Oft traced short arcs with idle pace, And blessed the swing-board's nurrow spaca, Believing nought so sweet could bo As side by side to sway in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 January 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKEH. & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. TEMPTED AND TRIED. "Tempted and tried I" Oh 1 the terrible tide May be raging and deep, may be wrathful and ■wide! Yet its fury is vain, For the Lord shall restrain ; And forever and ever Jehovah shall reign. "Tempted and tried I" There is One at thy side, And never in vain shall his children confide! He shall save and defend, For he loves to the end, Adorable Master and glorious Friend! "Tempted and tried !" Whate'er may betide, In bis secret pavilion his children shall hide I 'Neath the shadowing wing Of Eternity's King His children shall trust and his servants shall sing. "Tempted and tried!" Yet the Lord shall abide Thy faithful Redeemer, tliy Keeper and Guide, Thy Shield and thy Sword, Thine exceeding Reward ! Then enough for the servant to be as his Lord ! "Tempted and tried !" The Saviour who died Hath called thee to suiter and reign by his side. His cross thou shalt bear, And his crown thou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 January 1889

031:9 SsUtllihidlß 1806 by Sot. Ambroie Honkel. • >U HAT KM HKNKEL. AMIIROBE L. HKNKEL. ELON O. HENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, $1.60 per yitr; SI.SO la ShoMiioih Co., V». Publishers of the "LiiTTiiKitYiM.it Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will bo r ent to any one address, (or one year, for 92.53 Cash in Advanco. Hkuittasobs should bo mtide by drafts, rli posl-ollice 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. Timk of Puui.ication : Oitk Ciiruon Papeh is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vaixey every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofficc, New Market, Va., as Second Clash Matteh. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Rev. 8. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 January 1889

For Our Church Paper. Attention, Pastors of fhe Tenn. Synod. By action of Synod at its recent session you «re requested to report as soon as possible to Rev. A. L. Grouse, Secretary, Orkney Springs, Va,, the amounts you can raise for the Alabama Mission. We hope no pastor will neglect this, or delay doing so beyond the time absolutely necessary. J. C. Moskr, Pre*, of Synod. For Our Church Paper. AUGUSTA MISSION-MEMORIAL PEWS. Any person who contributes ns much as $10 for this purpose, will have a pew inscribed to his or her memory in our mission church, the name to be engraved on a metal plate and affixed to tlie pew. Tiie living or the dead may thus be honored. Perpetuate the memory of your sainted dead by helping this worthy cause t Compliment your pastor, or some other cherished friend, by having one of our pews inscribed to his memory. Large or small donations gratefully received, and earnestly solicited. "It is more blessed to give than to receive." Please help us ! Send names ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 January 1889

EX-EMPRES"" EUGENIE. Iter Hair I< St II 1'al" Uolil. lint tier F«o« la Worn Willi euro. Wo drove to ihe Anistol, 11(0 liotol, anil bo sure you notice that I underscore Iho the. where we found lovely rooms—not dear—and as wo went up after supper the porler came (o us and nsked if wo knew that tlio Empress Eugenie was in tho lionso, giving us a cue or two about seeing her. Tho n:orning after wo met her; as wo came down one 11 ight of si airs she descended another which faced us. She was leaning on tlie arm of an attendant and walked feebly, or rather very slowly. Wo stopped and she looked up at us. I should have known her from her photographs, I am quite sure, oven had I not boon told she was hero. Her hair is still pale gold, but her face looks worn with care and with all Its repression has a haggard, restless look that is very appealing. Tho eyes are still beautiful, though they show that they have shod many a tear, and are sadly shrunken. Indeed, standing ilioro to lot l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 February 1889

CHURCH PAPER. 107 , . f ' P' ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKEH, & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. For Our Church Paper. RECIPROCITY. BY JtICV. IRA O. BIIXMAN, A. M. The dreams of long ago Return transformed; and all my being throng With angel choirs, whose lips like brooklets flow With sweet and sunny song. Buch loss to me is gain ! Oh 1 never gain so great that comes to man, As stern misfortune winnowing the grain With heavy flail and fan. And thus, I seem to stand Inside the portals of a fairer climc, When waves of joy roll up the golden strand, And break o'er me sublime! O Providence divine! That leadcth me to count all losho- gain ; The martyr flames that so life's gold refine, Make me fire-proof to pain. Killlngwi rtli, Ct. For Our Church Paper. MODE OF BAPTISM. BY KKV. P. ('. IIENICKL, J). J). I mil fully satisfied (anil I think every Bible reader must be), that 110 intelligent Israelite can for one moment entertain the idea of being dipped, or immersed, when the prophecy o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 February 1889

00:3 3>t»Mlihodta ISO 6 ly Sot. Aatroie Soakil. iOOUATBSHF.NKKL. AMBROSE L. UENKi-L. ELON O. 11ENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 51.60 par yur; SI.CO la Shrataioah Co., V». Publishers of the " Lutiibrvii.i.b Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be :ent to any one address, for one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, cheeks, post-ollice 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 : Our Clinton Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Suknandoaii Vali-ey every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New M irket, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR OHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: liev. S....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 February 1889

For Our Church Paper. A Migratory Ministry. Of late much is said of the frequent pastoral changes in our Church ; and wo sometimes hear expressions of surprise that there is such a number of unemployed preachers, while many pastorates are vacant. Why does this abnormal condition exist? An inquiry into some of the causes will not be without interest. Years ago, in the course of a conversation with certain ministerial brethren, 1 heard the remark, that it was not good for a pastor to remain more than a few years in a pastorate; because the people soon learuied to know too much about him, and he too much about them; and tlrtit thus mntnul confidence would be impaired to such a degree, that the pastor's influence would be ren dered null. Alas! for poor, frail human nature! there is too much of truth in this, I fear. But should wo not think the very reverse of this ought to bo trile t know it is true in some cases. The better acquainted the people become with their pastor the more they l...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 February 1889

THE KIND WANTED. There's a junior partner wanted By Will Succeed & Co , Who do a rustling business 'Way up on Fortune How. I've seen their advertisement — "No capital required Hut boys with pluck and courage Are just the kind desired. Tkey want a boy who has no fear Of steady, plodding work ; Who does not wait for luck or fate, Who scorns a task to shirk. Who slowly, surely digs his way Through problems hard a score, And still has grit and courage left To try as many more. Who can view a two-foot column Of figures undismayed, And through a tough analysis Or Conjugation wade. Who takes each schooltime lesson And makes it all his own, Thus laying up his future On good foundation stone. Who does not wait for help to come From fairy, witch or elf, 15ut laying hold on "fortune's wheel," Turns it around himself. And if it grinds and will not move - With all his care and toil, lie rubs each shaft and gearing well With "perseverance oil." Who knows that luck is but a myth, And f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 February 1889

CHURCH (PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. EVERY DAY WORK. Ureal deeds art! trumpeted; loud bells arc rung, And men turn round to liear The high peaks echo to the peans sung, And some great victor cheer. And yet great deeds are few. The mightiest men Find opportunities but uow and then. Shall one sit idle through long days of peace Waiting for walls to scale ? Or lie In port until some "Golden Fleece" Lures him to face the gale ? There's work enough; why idly, then, delay ? Ilis work counts most who labors every day. A torrent sweeps adown the mountain's brow, Witli fwam and Hash and roar. Anon its strength is spent, where is it now? Its one short day is o'er. Hut the clear stream that through the meadow flows All the long Summer on ils mission goes. Better the steady How; the torrent's dash Soon leaves its rent track dry. The light we love is not a lightning Hash From out a midnight sky, But the sweet sunshine, whose unfailing lay, From tl.e...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 February 1889

oaoi liUbllihti li 1806 by Bit. Aabron Buhl. •OOIIATES BEXEEL. AMIIBOSE L. UT.NKtL. ELON O.IIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 11.60 pjr y»ir; 11.50 Is Sbnuioih Co., 7». Publishers of the " Luthkkvillb Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for • 2.50 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-ollice 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 : Our Church Packr is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflec, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Rev. S. Henkcl, D. D., New M...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 February 1889

For Our Church Paper. South View Orphan Home. Our Work —Location —Charter —Helps—W ants —Relation to the Church, &o. OUR WORK. Our care for orphan children commenced nearly two years ago, by enlarging and repairing my buildings. The workmen said tliis could be done in a few months, but nearly two years have passed, and the work is not completed yet. The work, however, to be done yet, is outside, porches, &c., and will not disturb our comfort inside. In July of 1887, tliinkiug the work wonKHßon he completed, I opened my d<fO# for ofjdpati children. We re ceiveit^neveral-»nt«iesting clii ldren, to whom we became warmly attached. About the first of Nov. of that year, the weather became so cold, and my bouse so open from changes, which were going on, that I found myself compelled to temporarily -close my work. This I regretted, but could'not avoid it. The orphans went South, and the best I could do was, to try to arrange my family as comfortably as I c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 February 1889

Notes from the Northwest. Can a person be ft Lutheran and at the same time a regular attendant at, e.g., a Methodist church, thus throwing his influence, whatever that may be, in a direction entirely at variance j with the principles he professes to be-1 lieve and uphold f The above question is suggested by remarks occasionally heard by persons who, for the sake of convenience or associations, neglect t heir own church, and going to i one more conveniently located or more \ fashionable, still claim to be Lutheran J in principle. We have even heard | ministers of certain denominations say: "O 1 have Lutheran members in my congregation and they would not be anything else but Lutherans." Indeed! Now such persons are either grossly ignorant or very dishonest. The following proof from a Methodist minister in this city should satisfy all who think they can be true to their faith-and yet be in another church. A young lady brought up in the Lutheran Church, but living near a Methodist cliur...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 February 1889

rfflUFfrr, CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. For Our Church Paper. MODE OF BAPTISM. BY REV. P. C. IIENKEL, D. D. Who can comprehend the nature and character of Christ's death T Did Christ die a "spiritual death on the cross" as llcv. Leroy McWlierter, A. M., affirms in his work, entitled the "King of Glory''—page 81. To die spiritually is to become alive to that which is evil. Did Christ, in dying, become alive to that which is evilt I answer, most emphatically, no. I deny, in the face of all opposition, that Christ died a spiritual death. In view of the importance of Christ's great sacrifice wo may truly say: "For such an high priest became us, who is holy, harmless, undetilcd, separate from sinners, and made higher than the heavens;" &c. Heb. 7,2,27. Christ did not die in sin, like Adam and fallen spirits died ; indeed, they died a spiritual death, which resulted in their helpless ruin. It Christ had died in sin which is...

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