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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 September 1891

Old liUblUbil li INI t; In. iitom Intol. 6 lOBATKS JIEXKRI., AMIIROSB L. HINKKI. BLONO.UHKBL. HENKEL A CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBMSHBKB AND PROPRIETORS OF I OUR CHUHCH PAPER," Religioui, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 51.50 Pdblisbbrb of thk "SEMINARIAN," . . LtJTHBIIVII.I.B, MD. "Von Boba Mbssbnghr," - Lurat, Va. "Zion'b Advooatb," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," ... Stbabburo, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one addren, for one year, lor $2.28 Cash In Advance. KamiTANOBB should be mado by drafts, checks, post-office money orders, or registerod letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. ■ Stamps received. Advkhtiminu Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb or Publication : Oor Church Papbb published every Wednesday evening and the Siibnandoati Vai.lby every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, Mew Marke...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 September 1891

For Our Church Paper. The Sunday School—lts Literature. The Sunday-school; What is it f Is a question of no small importance. Some seem to think, that it is an organization of the children for a pass time, or to keep them from rambling over the country on the Lord's day. Others imagine, that it is a substitute for the week day school, where their children can learn to spell and read without costing them any thing. Rut to our opinion this is far from being a correct definition of the true nature and intent of the Sundayschool. There should be as much difference between the week day school and the Sunday-school as there is between plowing and going to church, —botweon a week day and Sunday : it is the foundation or nursery of the church, both, as to morals and doctrine ; and it is as much the duty of one member as it is the duty of another to help and encourage the Sunday-school. But one says he has 110 children, and therefore ho has 110 part or interest in this work; we answer that y...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 September 1891

AMERICAN BONAPARTES. THEIR AMBITION AND FAILURE TO RULE FRANCE. Outlines of n Well Known Romantic Story Recalled to Memory—How Betsy Patterson Wu Insulted by Napoleon and I.earned to Deiplae Her Country. Tlie late Prince Napoleon was the son of Jerome, the youngest brother of Napoleon the Great. This fact brings nearer to us that great series of events beginning with "a whiff of grape shot" and ending with Waterloo. Bis death, moreover, lias a peculiarly vivid interest for Americans, because it recalls the story of the lirst love of his father, Jerome, for a young American girl, Betsy Patterson, of lialtimore. It is a sad tale romance, imperial ambition, and diplomacy. Napoleon hnd already won undying fame in Italy when bis young brother, Jerome, was but 12 years of age. He soon entered tho French navy, for it was liis great brother s ambition to mako of him a fighter on the seas lit to cope with Nelson. It was an English frigate that destroyed this plan by driving the French frigat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 September 1891

CHURCH I PAPER • '* «• ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. THE DOORKEEPER. '•Set a watch, OLord, before my mouth; keep the door of my lips."—Psalm cxli: 8. My liits arc like a double door, Opening to let things in; guarded -well, Lest 1 should thereby sin. Help me cxclude strong drink, and aught That any way defiles, And oat and drink for health and strength Beneath thy loving smiles. My lips arc like a double door, Opening to lct,things out; Help me to suffer naught go forth That savors of a doubt: May I be sure the thoughts are pure Before thny arc expressed ; Then shall my words a blessing prove To those with whom they rest. — The Olive Leaf. Missions. Tho following paper giving an account of Mission work in the Synod of S. VV. Virginia, wo copy from the Lutheran Visitor: The report of liev. VV. E. Ilubbert, as secretary of the mission committee of the synod, was read, and as it covers briefly the mission work of the synod it is given here in full....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 September 1891

OBee la 1101 If Bit. Aihni 1«M. f JOItATEd nBNKBI., AMIIROSE X.. HENKEI. BLONO.HKKKEL. JENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Ppiu.isiikus and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.60 PUBLISHERS OF TDK "tfISMINARIAN," . . LUTIIERVILLB, Ml). •Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. 'Zion's Advocate," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tn« Old Paths," - ... Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" «ill be sent to any one address, lor one year, (or >2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, post-office money orders, or rcgisterid letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertisi.no Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnishyd upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Pater ■ s published every Wednesday evening and tho Shenandoah Valley every Thursday •veiling, and cute rod at th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 September 1891

For Our Cliurcli Paper. Missionary's Brief Report. 1 was appointed, August 10, 1890, by the Ya. Conference of Tenn sseo Synod, to servo the mission einbraoing Brandy Station, Manassas and some points between these for one year. By arrangement oi'the Executive committee, my year begau Sept. 1, 1890. Three-fourths of my time was to bo devoted to the mission work. During the year, 1 have preached forty-seven times, baptized four infants, and held two communion services for the mission. It has not been practicable, as yet, to establish, even a single Sunday-school. Some instruction has been given iu the essentials of our holy religion. 1 have declined a reappointment, to serve the mission another year; but at the request of our Executive committee, 1 shall continue for a time, that the work may not cease until time is allowed for securing another laborer for this field. In the year, which has just closed, 1 have received from the treasury of tho Conference 3220.01), and from the several...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 September 1891

AITF.n THK MP SHROUD. What If wo all lav A<*& ttabWKf Lay ns the gram UM, cold ana dead In linrt'B own ftolf »brtnd ef mow, vviih nnow-wIJW stones set foot and head With all earth deaQ BD9 white Ah clouds that cross Ule moon St night i What If that lnfldol Home night Could then rise up and "en how dead, How wholly dead and Ottt of silfht, All thiiiuß with snows sown and head. \ nil lost winds walllpg np and down l'lie emptied fields and emptied tow n V 11 hink that grand old lnfldel Would mb his hands with llendlsh gloe. And Hay: "I knew It,knew It wolll I knew that death was destiny; I ate. 1 drank, I mocked at Ood; Then as the grass was. and the sod." Ah me, the grasses and the sod, They aro my preachers. Hear them preach, When they forgot the shroud, and Ood Lifts up theso blades of grass to teach The resurrection! Who shall say What infidel can speak as they? —[ Joaquin Miller in The Independent THE MORNING GLORY. Once upon a time, somewhere, in Somebody's...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 September 1891

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. SENKEL <fe 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. "I SHALL BE SATISFIED." Not here, not here. Not where the sparkling waters Fade into mocking sands as wo draw near, Where in the wilderness each footstep falters. I shall be satisfied j but oh ; not hero. Not here, where every dream of bliss deceives us, Where the worn spirit never gains its goal, Where haunted ever by the thought that grioves us, Across us floods of bitter memory roll. There is a land where every pulse is thrilling With rapturo earth's sojourners may not know, Where heaven's repose the weary heart, is stilling, And peacefully life's time-tossed currents flow. Far out of sight, wliilo yet the flesh enfolds üb, Lies the fair conntry whore our heartsabido; And of its bliss is nought more wondrous told us Than these few words, I shall be satisfied. Satisfied! satisfied! the spirit's yearning For sweet companionship with kindred minds, The silent lovo that here meets no returning, The ins...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 September 1891

0Be» Zitibiiihii la litl »r Bit* liktii Hum. KOOBATBS IIBNKBL, AMBBO6B L. HBKBL, BLOKO.HBNBIL. IENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. IVIILIHHEItS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, »1.50 PUBLIBTIBBS OF THB "Sbminabian," . . LrmsHviLLß, Md. ' 'Von Bora Mbbbbnobk," . Lubay, Va. "Zion's Advooati," . . Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," . . . Stbabbubo, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one addres*, lor one year, for &Z. 25 Cash in Advance. Rkmittanobs should bo made by drafts, checks, poet-offlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbktihi.no Kates, for unobjectionable ,'idvortisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timb or Publication : Our Chchoh Papbb • i published overy Wednesday evening and the Siibnandoaii Vallby every Thursday •veiling, and en...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 September 1891

Woman's Work In the Synod. Read Before the Jubilee Meeting of Southwest Virginia Synod. In August, 1881, just ten years ago, a constitution was adopted by the synod for tbe Woman's Synodieal Missionary Society. Some resolutions were passed at tbo preceding meeting of synod which led to this action. "In accordance with that constitution a committee of three ministers was appointed to report names for an Executive Committee, for such Synodieal Society.'' The committee made tbe following report, which was adopted. "The committee to whom was assigned tbe duty of presenting names of five ladies to constitute the Executive Committee of the Woman's Synodieal Society, suggest the names of Miss Kate Haller for President; Miss F. A. Yonce for Secretary; Mrs. J. A. Brown for Treasurer. We recommend Miss Hattie E. Martin and Mrs. C. A. Marks as tbe other members of the Executive Committee.'' It will be well to note that tbe amount reported by tbe whole synod that year for missions, home and for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 September 1891

HOW JOSH KEPT HOUSE. "Hang it all, Marier, I'm sick an' tired of this everlasting palaverin' about women's work never bein' done, an' sich nonsense! I'm blamed if I see why a right smart woman can't git her work done, un' have an easy time of it half of lier. time. Now, if I was a woman, I'd have some spunk about me, an' I'd do like " " Now, Josh Phlatkins, you needn't go about tellin' me how your mother used to do, an' all that, 'cause I've heard tho old lady say herself them very same words, as is, 'A woman's work is never done tell she's in her grave.'" "Well, anyhow, Marier, I'm mighty sure that if I was a woman I could do your work an' have a good, easy timo every day of my life.'" "I s'pose then, Josh, you wouldn't iniud tryin' it a while, bein' a man?" asked the wife, pausing in washing tho I >reakfast dishes, and glancing cynically to where her spouse sat smoking a corncob pipe, and looking through a last month's Farmer's Tribune. "Eh?" asked Josh, looking up. She...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 September 1891

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. THE LOVE OF GOD. lit HAXB nOLM. Like a cradle rocking, rocking, Silent, peaceful to and froLike a mother's sweet looks droppiug On Uie little face below — Hangs the green earth, swinging, turning, Jurlesß, noiseless, safe and slow, Palls tlio light of God's face bending Down and watching us below. And as feeble babes that suiTer, Toss and cry, and will not rest, Aro the ones the tender mother Holds the closest, loves the best. So, when we aro weak and wretched, Uy our sins weighed down, distressed, Then it is that God's great patience Holds us closest, loves us best. O great heart of Ood! whose loving Cannot hindered be, nor crossed; Will not weary, will not even In our death itself be lost — Love Divine 1 of such great loving, Only mothers know the cost — Cost of love, which, all love passing, Gave a son to save the lost. The Sabbath and its Signification. By the Kev. F. Kuegele. TABT I. The Sabbath, o...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 September 1891

OBeo litifcUihid it 1101 by h'. iilnii Inkti. s'JORATB.-i lIBNKBL, AMBROSE L. HBKBL. ILONO.HBNXBL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $150 PITBLIHIIBRB OF TUB •'Seminarian," . . Lutiibrvills, Md. "Von Bora Mbsbbngbr," . Luray, Va. "Eton's Advooatb," - - Front Royal, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," ... Strabburg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" *IH bo sent to any one address, lor one year, for 92.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, ohecks, post-office money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbktising ItATBS, for unobjectionable idvortisements, very reasonable, and furnishod upon application. Tim« of Publication : Our Church Papbb ■s published every Wednesday evening and ihe Shenandoah Vallby every Thursday livening, and entered at tbe posto...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 September 1891

For Our Church Paper. Some Needs of the Tennessee Synod. Having recently attended a conference of the Tennessee Synod, I was , much ploasod with what I saw and heard, but still I think I see some needs of this venerable and orthodox body. It is no doubt much easier to see mistakes than to remedy them—much easier to criticize than to take the same situation, and do better; but I do think there could be some very groat improvements made in the Teniiossce Synod. Then with your permission, Mr. Editor, I will proceed to the very pleasant task of giving gratuitous advice. One of the first great needs, which to mo seems so patent that it ought to be seen by all, and remedied at once, is the arrangement of congregations into charges. Usually charges are too large, consisting of three, four, and sometimes five congregations; and consequently with preaching only once a month at each church. Now this onoe a month preaching, and only once a montb, is a prolific causo of much of the coldness on ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 September 1891

"IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN." 11' might have been! Oil, saddest words of all! We ci renin and dream of scenes beyond recall; Sad tho'ts will come and burning tears will fall For "might bare been." <>li, could we live our lives all o'er again! Could we forget the present, with the paiu <>f thoughts that are unspoken! All in vain! It might have been. It might have been. Oh, wordsof wild regret; Sorrow for vanished Lours, and yet—nh, yet— Would we, if e'en we could, forget—forget What might have been ? Ah, well! perchance for all some sweet hope lies Hurled deeply, may be, from human eyes, And none but God may ever hear our sighs • O'er "might have been. <lod knoweth best; and tho'our tears fast fall, Tho' none beside may know, He knoweth all—'VII that is sad and lost beyond recall— The "might have been." Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Mothers. "Can you help me for a few miuutes, Vlarion "I would like to, but 1 don't see how I ca...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 September 1891

CHURCH PA PER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. fIENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. IF WK WERE PATIENT. This world would bo a belter world, Aud peace would reign in endless season, If hearts would own the golden rule, Of c harity and love and roasan; And mnuy sorrows that arise, From some unkindness or another, Would vanish like the mists of uiorn, If we were patient with each other. Wo wrangle over puzzling creeds, AVc quarrel when there's naught between us, And bitter words of chiding speak, That kindle paßsion and bemcan us. Too oft our love is changed to hate, Because our anger we'll not smothor. When we should meet with clasping bands And patient be with one another. Too often by some thoughtless act We shadows throw o'er life's bright hours. We cast stones In another's path When we Rhould soften it with flowers. By careless word or scornful look We hurt the Rpirit of our brother, When there would be no wounded hearts If we wore patient with each other. • The clouds of doubt th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 September 1891

Oiti litibitihit li 1101 bp It?, iiinii Intel. >Oll.l TBS IIUNKKI., AMBROSE L. lIEKKI, ■ LOMO.HIIIKIL • INKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing Houte New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. I'UHLISIIEItS AND PbOI'IHETOHH OF )UR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, ft .00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, 91.50. PIJBLIBHBBS OV TBB - . LuTnBBVILLB, MD. Von Doha. Mbbsbnobb," - Lubay, Va. Dion's Advooatb," - . Fbont Royal, Va. 'Thi Old Paths," - - - Stbasbcho, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" .•■III be sent to any one addreis, lor one year, for 2.25 Cash In Advance. Kkmittaxoes should be made by drafts, locks, post-office mor.ey orders, or register(l letters; otherwise money is sent at the usk of the person who forwards it. Stamps ccelved. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable •I vortisoments, very reasonable, and furnish>(l upon application. ■ Time of Publication : Oub Cbuboh Papbb . published every Wednesday evening and ; iio Shenandoah Vallbt every Thursday veiling, and ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 September 1891

For Our Church Paper. Letter from Winston, North Carolina. (From our Regular Correspondent). Winston is no longer without a Lutheran congregation. Thanks be unto God who has brought about a longdesired result. Some most intimate with facts have long felt the need of a mission here; but doubting Thomases were iu the supremacy and nothing was done. The "find'' of Lutherans a month ago was a revelation even to the scattered Lutherans in the city. At their request Dr. Steck kindly preached for them the first and sccond Sundays of September. Circumstances rendering necessary a man to search out Lutherans and prepare lor further action, Bev. J. I. Goodman was sent here Sept. 17, and at ouce began to make new discoveries. He also preached twice the third Sunday, a hall having been rented for regular service. He found scores of Lutherans strayed off into other folds. Some of them will return. Yesterday after a sermon by Bev. W. A. Lutz a congregation was organized with forty-three (43) memb...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 September 1891

A WHALE STORY. REMARKABLE pet of a south paCIFIC PLANTER. The Bin villi Trapped In a Lagoon—lit Sportive Gambol#-The Starr *f the Proprietor of a Live Sperm Whale. On a small island lp the South Pacific there lives a planter who has for a pet a whale 07 feet long. A rorrespondent, who went out in k boat with the planter, xives this account of his interview with his wholeehip: "Shut your eyes,'' said \be planter, "il you wish to enjoj a surprise." I closed my eyes, ana tne boys soon ixßsed their drumming,and some one blew long blasts upon ti hort) Then tliat, too, teased, and the boat lily motionless, and nothing disturbed the stillness. All at once I heard a huge sigh, and felt a hot and sickish breath. There was no need for the planter to bid me open my eyes, lor the lids would not stky shut. Not uiore than six feet away I saw a huge monster floating on the surface and looking at us with the most expressionless eye that I ever saw in a living beast. " That's my pet," cried the plan...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 October 1891

CHURCH ' PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. fIENKEL <fe 00., Publishers. VOLUME XIX. THE TWO GREAT M YSTEKIES. • UY MAIIY MAPES DODGE. Wo know not what it is, dear, This sleep so deep and still— The folded hands, the awful calm, The cheeks so pale and chill, The lids that will not lift again, Though we may call and call: Tho strange white solitude of peace That settles over all. We know not what it means, dear, This desolato heart pain, The dread to take our daily way And walk in it again. We know not to what sphere The loved who leave us go: Nor why we're left to wander still, Nor why we do not know. hut this we know—our loved and lost, If they should come this day, Should come and ask us "What is life?" Not ono of us could say. Life is a mystery as deep As death can never l>e : Yet, oh, how sweet it is to us, This life wo live and see. Then might they say, those vanished ones, And blessed is the thought— So death is sweet to us, beloved, Though we may tell you naught, W...

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