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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 March 1889

Offlco lititlli&od Is 1806 by I»r. iabtoit Enkll. ; SOCRATES HEN CEL. AMBROSE L. HENKEL. ELON O. HENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER t l HLNANDOAH VALLEY, SI.6C <r y»»r;; II.CO Is 3h»uio»h Co., 7«. Publishers of the " Lutherville Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for 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 advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Ot;i!_Ciiuiioh Papep. 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 CHURCH PAPER. EDITOR...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 March 1889

For Our Church Paper. IF I WERE KING. BY IRA BILI.MAN. If I were King, in nil my realm, Each shameless wrong that weakness snared, With dreadful scourge I'd overwhelm, Somewhere, somehow, to show I cared. The hero soul who stood alone, Against the world to make men free; I would not leave to make the moan : Why, why, hast thou forsaken me ? I would not charm the ill-starred pair, With bridal joys and sunny hours ; But heaven crape in black despair, And rain tear-drops in blinding showers. The flying train of burdened cars, With charming women, men as hale, I would arrest with falling stars, Ere it should reach the broken rail. The lazy bunting, I would scare From chippie's nest in dewy morn; And earth should blush in blossoms fair, Instead of pale with brier and thorn. And thus we dream, that to prevent Dread cruelty, God from the sky Should bare his arm in wonderment, And mako the harpies fly. So slight a change, as first it seems, Would revolutionize the world. Farewell to earth's...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 March 1889

Arbitration Best for Farmers. Arbitration is almost invariably preferable to litigation. It is not only the easiest, quickest and cheapest way to settle disagreements, but saves much vexation and subsequent dissension. Were individuals, corpora tious and nations, to arrange their disputes by arbitration, instead of resorting to litigation and warfare, the people would be saved millions of treasure, and the world spared much shedding of blood. A peaceful settlement of difficulties is usually followed by prosperity, while "going to law'' or war, usually results in loss and suffering to both contestants. Indeed, litigation and warfare, are twin relics of the dark ages, and long as they continue in vogue, we may look in vain l'of harbingers of the promised millenium. Of all classes, farmers should so far as possible avoid entering into litigation, for whether they win or lose, they are proverbially worsted, the lawyers usually taking the cream, and leaving only the skim-milk to the winn...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 April 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. , From the Lutheran Observer. STILL BE WITH ME.* ht 'rnK iiEV. w. n. i.uckenbach, d. d. Still bo with me, dear Lord,"thro' all the day, For with Thee I will not be led astray; The tempter's arts successful cannot be, If he descries that Thou art still with me. I laid me down and gently fell asleep, Believing Thou would'st vigil o'er me keep ; Nor was my trust in vain, since now I see, On this new morn, That Thou art still with me. Of Thee, my I ask The needed strength for this day's wonted task; And if ills conic I do not now foresee, I will not fail if Thou art still with me. I will not fondly covet treasure here Where carnal joys, like dreams, soon dis- appear; To me 'tis happiness beyond degree To know always that Thou art still with me. Content am I, witli this day's setting sun, To be discharged, if all iny work be done: — From toil and pain and sin to be set free And sing in heaven, that Thou ar...

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

Office liUMli&edla 1806 by Anbron Btskil. iOCBATES 11ENKEL. AMUUOMEL. HENKEL. ELON O. lIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publisher* and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPERS < HLNANDOAH VALLEY, $1.(9 er ytw; 11.CO Is BhcutJoih Co., T>. Publishers of the " Lutherville Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for 92.50 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, chocks, post-olllce money orders, or register«l letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Ratks, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb of Publication : Oun Cinißon Pai'BU is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the poetofllce, New Market, Va., us Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAVER. EDITORS: l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 April 1889

For Our Church Paper. UNDERTOW. BY IRA BILLMAN. Wave after wave beats in upon the shore, Day out, day in, through all the year, With gentle ripple when the sky is clear, With awful thunder when the day is drear, In and in forevermore. O'er all the seas, the landward currents flow, Pursued by tempests far upon the beach, That soon the fertile lands must overreach, And strand gray commerce on the rocks to bleach, But for ample undertow. From other seas, like stealthy currents creep Forward the happy shores, whereon we stand, Whose great white teeth the watery worlds command, And angry growl bodes ruin to the land Where the patriot sires sleep. Yet, all the while, unnoted and unseen, Strong undercurrents flow the other way, Bearing chaos and bedlam gone astray Into transforming deeps, whose gentle spray Keeps the nation fresh and green. And thus, how oft, we wade in seas of trouble, Whose wrathful billows part us from a friend; And nothing seems our fortune to amend, And naught could h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 April 1889

Sculptor Hiram Powers's Critics. A St. Paul gentleman wlio, many years ago, was a resident, of Cinciti nati tells a story concerning Powers, the sculptor, which has probably never been in print. There was at that time in Cincinnati two or three con noissenrs in art, who assumed a sort of general censorship in such matters, and everything that they said concerning works of art was supposed to '•go." They had unfavorably criticised some of Ptwers's work, and as ho did not|J take in their dictations anyway, lie decided to show tlicin up to tlie[art people ol the city. lie was working in some wax, and announced a reception, at J winch he would show some of tlie latest products of his genius. Among the figures was one representing the mayor of thejeity. It stood in a niche by itself, with tbe|light arranged l'»r the best effect. The liigii uiuek-a-mucks of the art work of Cincinnati attended the reception. They examined the figure Of the mayor and made comment on it. ''The hands," remark...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 April 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. THE CROSS. TRANSLATED, B* J. J. CHJRNET, FROM THK GEIIMAN OF H. BOFIMOI.KE. Greater the cross, the nearer heaven ; Godless, to whom no cross is given. The noisy world in masquerade Forgets the grave, the worm, the shade; Blest is yon dearer child of God On whom he lays the cross, the rod. Best, by whom most the ctosb is known ; God whets us on his grinding-stone: Full many a garden's dressed in vain, Where tears of sorrow never rain. In fiercest flames the gold is tried, In grief the Christian's purified. 'Midst crosses, faith her triumph knows, The palm-tree pressed more vigorous grows: Go tread the grapes beneath thy feet, The stream that flows is full and sweet. In trouble, virtues grow and shine, Like pearls beneath the ocean brine. Crosses abound, love seeks the skies; Blow the rude winds, the flames arise; When hopeless gloom the welkin shrouds, The sun comes laughing through the clouds; The cro...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 April 1889

OfQca BiUblimdln HOG by ter. AmbrouHtokgl. SO HATI.S ItKNKKI.. AMIIKOHRU HKNKEL. KLON O. lntHKl'.L. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER ? ( HLNANDOAH VALLEY, SI.6C er ;tu; II.CO la Ohcmtlcih Co., V». Publishers of the " Luthkrtii.t.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, tor one year, lor $2.50 Cash in Advance. Rkmittanokh 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 Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time op Publication : Och Ciicroii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofficc, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Ilev. S. Henkel, D. D., New...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 April 1889

For Our Church Paper. A Correction. Baltimore, Md., April Ist, 1889. Messrs. Editors : In Our Church Paper of March 27tli, you say: "The German Emanuel's Church of Baltimore, Rev. W. Dallmann, pastor, has purchased the Brantley Baptist church, and will take possession July Ist." There are two errors in this notice which I would like to correct. The pastor of the German Emmanuel Church of Baltimore is the Rev. Tim- othy Stiemke, and his congregation is not in need of buying a church, it having a fine large brick church, school, aud parsonage on Caroline street. Rev. Wm.Dallmaun is the pastor of our English Lutheran Emmanuel's Church, a branch of the three German churches of the Missouri Synod, and we are the oues that bought the Brantley Baptist church, a brick building, two story, 35x70, on a corner lot 40x82, which wo hope by God's help to pay for by the Ist of July, and then take possession. Yours truly, Chas. F. Williams. For Our Church Paper. Letter from the West. BY G. J. F. NO...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 April 1889

FLORENCE MAY. RY n. RKAINKRR WIM.IA.MSON. When spring's bright sun beams o'er the hills, It shines on memory's treasured (lowers, And giids afresh each scene that tills The landscape of life's rosy hours. More then my soul doth seek for thee, Tliou idol of my youthful day ; Though since that time Ion? lost to me, Sweet sleeping one—sweet Florence May ! Why doth my heart still search for thee ? It ne'er can find thy like 011 earth, The vale oft lmth but one proud tree— Tho dell one (lower of rarest worth. Reside thy grave I come and kneel, In tho still twilight, dim and gray, That once again my heart may feel Thy nearing presence, Florence May! Oh ! bless me, bless me, from thy home Among the far-off stars of God, Ere yet these feet go hence to roam Forever from this hallowed sod. Once more upon my vision shed Some bright, assuring, hopeful ray — Some promise that, when I am dead, I'll meet thee, happy Florence May ! The bird has hushed its vesper hymn, And 'mid the leaves the night ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 April 1889

church" paper. ESTABLISHED 1873. BENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. EASTEIt. HY ItRV. J. O. DAVISON. King, O ring, ye chimes of Glory, Christ, the Lord, is risen to-duy; Sons of earth, O hear the story, Christ the Life, the Truth, the Way. Haste, ye tribes of every nation, Far and wide your ti ihute bring ; Pay your grateful adoration To the Lord, your Savior King. IIo! ye exiles, lone in bondage, Let your shout of joy arise; Sin no more inay claim your homnge, Freedom hails you from the skies. Your Redeemer there ascending, Captive led captivity; And through faith on llim depending, All his triumphs yours shall be. —Chrutian Advocate. Yokohama, .Japan. From the Lutheran Observer. Easter. THE DEATII ANI) RESURRECTION OF CHRIST A TYPE OF THE RELIEVER'S EXPERIENCE. The festivals of the Christian year serve an important purpose in bringing to our attention, at stated times and in appropriate onler, the prominent events in our Savior's ministry. The special commemoration...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 April 1889

Offleo Eitabllmol In 1806 by Sot. AmbToie H*nk«l. HOCIIATF.S HKN h EL. AMDHOHE I<. HENKI.L. KLoN <). ItENKhX. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUH CHURCH PAPER i c HLNANDOAH VALLEY, SI.CC cr yotr; 11.00 in Ctocuioth Co., V». Publishers of the "Lutiibuvillb 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, chocks, post-olticc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the, person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Ti.mk ok Publication : Otru Ciiuitcii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Smenanooaii Vai.i.ey every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAVE...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 April 1889

For Our Church Paper. Resolutions. r- • ______ Lutheran Theol. Seminary, Gettysburg, Pa., April 8, 1889. At a meeting of the faculty and students, to consider the subject of the Prohibitory Amendment, it was licmloed 1. That the pending question of Prohibition is one calling for the free expression of all the friends of the measure. Resolved 2. That we declare ourselves as unanimously and strongly iu favor of it, as right in itself, and called for by the best interests and welfare of the State. For Our Church Paper. To the Pastors of N. C. Conference of Ev. Luth. Tenn. Synod. Dear Brethren Our Conference at its recent session determined to raise £.'?00 for the Monroe Mission ; and the Executive Committee is asked to apportion this sum among our pastorates. In compliance with this request the Committee has decided to ask our pastors to endeavor to secure for this work an average of ten cents from each communicant member under their care. We kindly, but earnestly urge each pastor iu o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 April 1889

RESURRECTION TV PES. BY MARY O. WOODHUI.L. Under the snow and the dark brown mould, Safely housed from the piercing cold, Snowdrops and lilies and all the flow'rs Sleep until come spring's sunny hours. Hare stand the trees, and the branches brown Sliiycr and moan 'neath winter's frown; The buds safe hidden under the bark Softly stir in their prison dark. A type of the Resurrection these, The sleeping flow'rs and leafless trees; Some day the sun in his strength shall rise And flow'rs and leaves bud 'neath the skies. Peacefully slumber our buried dead, Nor wake at sound of passing tread, Covered with earth and the soft, white snow Undisturbed in their beds below. And gome day the Sun of Righteousness Shall shine the sleeping dust to bless; Then like fair flow'rs they will wake from sleep Ever their gladsome vigil lo keep. Little Hans' Golden Easier-Egg. Gretclien and Hans were the little children of a German widow. She was a tfood Christian, and her husband had been a preacher, but be...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 April 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & 00., Publish ers. VOLUME XVII. For Our Church Paper. Christ Interceding for Sinners. BY REV. J. PAUL STIREWALT, A. M. "Then said Jesus, Father, forgive them; for they kuow not what they do." —Luke 23, 34. These highly important words are iu the Bible. Here they are preceded by the subject which is natural to be drawn from them. It will be profitable lor the reader of this article to read also the chapter from which these words are taken. While Christ was on earth, in the form of man and with the design of suffering and dying for the human family, the treatment which he received from men, especially from his enemies, differed very widely from that which they received from him.— They reviled, scourged, and persecuted him. They put him to death.— While they were doing this, he with a heart full of tenderness and love, prayed, "Father, forgive them ; for they know not what tliey do." This was a full display and a practical expression ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 April 1889

Offlco EiUtlii&id la 1806 ty It?. Ambroi# Binkfl. ' iOORATES HENKEL. AMBROSE L. BENE EL. ELON O. IIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH VALLEY, SI.6C cr y«»r, SI.CO it Shoßitiotfe Co., V». I'ublisliers of the " Lcthrrvim.r 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-office money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent (it the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application". Time of Pihuoation : Orn Cnrncii Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vaixey every Thursday evening, and entered at tbe postollice, New Market, Va., as Second Ct.ass Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS Kev. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 April 1889

The Resurrection of Christ. BY PROF. W. H. WYNN, I'll. P. Running over into the Apocalypse, we are dazed and overpowered by the awful splendor of the proem, which is but a blinding revelation of tbe infinite glories of the risen Person of our Lord. We with the seer fall down as one dead before it. This figure keeps company with us in outbursts of increasing grandeur, as tbe scenic pageantry of trumpets, and vials, and fateful seals goes on. The Risen One is superincumbent everywhere in the long mi windings of the future fortunes of the race, until finally in some sort of second resurrection he comes again with the undisputed title of universal King. Going back 011 his own earthly ministry, we find it coining out in many express utterances, and always by implication, that he is here to bear our infirmities by a direct outlay of his sympathies, and by this means also to pass into the universal priesthood of his glorified estate. We touch, here, upon the deepest discoverable spring in ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 April 1889

From The Youth's Companion. "White Caps." Within a short time a new social force lias appeared in various parts of the country which is known by the name of " White Caps." Whether there is one secret organization to ! which all the local associations are ! allied, or whether they are many and | independent, no one seems to know, I but, wherever they appear, the meth- i od of operation is the same. These White Caps have taken upon themselves the task of regulating the minor morals of the community. Simeon Jones is lazy, and lets his family suffer for the necessaries of life. Sarah Jenkins has too sharp a tongue, and spreads scandal about her neighbors. Sam Jowler drinks too much. Over such offences as those, which are not known to the law of the State as offences at all, and for other greater offences of which persons are suspected, but which cannot | be proved agaiust them, the White Caps assume jurisdiction. The method of punishment is summary. Threatening anonymous letters are sen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 May 1889

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEIN"KEIXj & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVII. Look out for the Foxes! BY UEV. THEODORE L. OUYLER. _____ • In the Song of Songs is a touch of Hebrew poetry, which sounds as if it were a verse from the ballad of a vinedresser. If translated literally, and put in a rhythmical form, it would read "Catch us the foxes, Foxes the little ones, Wasting our vineyard, When our vineyards are blossoming." The mischievous foxes nibbled away the blossoms, or else devoured the tiny and tender grapes, so that the vintage was destroyed. This recalls the sad experiences of the good people of Nebraska and Kansas, whose grainfields were devastated by so insignificant a creature as the grasshopper. Great mischief may be wrought by very small agents. The real danger with most good people is not from enormous and heaven-defying sins. It is from what we call little sins, and often regard as mere faults, foibles or infirmities. Where shall we find a pair of scales or ...

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