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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 July 1892

J3ss Eitjtlljfcedio ltOSfeyEcr. Ambrcio Eotitl. OOIiATISS HKN'KEL, AMDROSB L.IIEKKI.. KI.OM O.HEHKEL, HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBI.ISriBBB AND PuOrUIETOIiS OP OUil CHUtiCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers of the « Seminarian," - - Lutiierville, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. " Roanoke Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'Tub Old Paths," ... Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Staenandoah Valley" will he sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Rbmittanoes 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. AnvEitTisi.NO Rates, for unobjectionable I advertisements, very lcasonablc, and furnished upou application. Time of Publication : Ocu Churoh Paper * published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 July 1892

For Our Church Paper. A Letter to the Children. Well, children, are your ears burning today 1 Whether they are or Dot, 1 have been thinking about.you a groat deal. For I have read over again the letters that came from childish pons away across the sea, in order that I might answer some of the. questions you have asked me. Almost all of the questions are about Japanese children, so I shall fill my letter with the doings of these pretty little brown eyed babies. A brown eyed American boy, who was a baby indeed when I used to play with him, wants to know whether I hide under tho bed from the little Japs, as I sometimes hid from him —or whether I have a bed to hide under ! Yes, I have a bed, and a very good one,—a strong, iron bedstead and a comfortable spring mattress, — but I don't hide from the babies any more. Perhaps somebody is a little bit more dignified than ho used to be; and certainly the Japanese children are very dignified towards tho strange foreigners. They gather about th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 July 1892

THE FARMHOUSE. INTERESTING HINTS FOR THE DOMESTIC CIRCLE. Important Matters for «!>• Houttvlf#, ■ud Little Matters That May Occupy Dofi and Girls—Sugfeitlena for the Table and for Drese end Entertain* meitt. MASHED TURNIPS. Winter turnips are not general favorites, uud yet they may be made not only wholesome, but palatable, if properly - cooked. The secret lies in using plenty of sslted boiling water and boiling gently until tender, always taking care to press the water well out before dishing. A little butter and pepper rubbed through while mashing adds flavor. CAULIFLOWER SALAD. Boil a medium sized cauliflower until lender in salted water, throw into very cold water to harden, pick it apart, dry in a soft cloth, put in the salad bowl, and dress with mayonnaise or French dressing. HOUSEHOLD rUDDING. One pint of milk, threo eggs, one cup of sugar, one pint of flour, one-half cup of butter, two teaspoonfuls baking powder, steam one hour. To be eaten with lemon sauce. WHIPP...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 July 1892

3^ ESTABLISHED 18/3. HBNKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. LEFT BEHIND. BY MARGARET J. PRESTON. I can not cliide away the pain—1 can not bid the throb be still, That aches and aches through heart and brain, And leaves tV»m pulsing to the thrill Of overmastering memories. They Who never saw the eyelids close, Beneath whose shadowing fringes lay All that had given to life repose, Or charm, or hope, or case, or joy, Or love clear molten from alloy,— Who have not tear-blind, watched the breath That only breathed to bless them, come Slower and fainter, till the dumb UDanswering lips grew white with death, — They cannot know, by grief untaught, What an unfathomcd depth I find, Of cbblcss anguish in the thought That I am left behind. What matters it that other eyes Have smiles to give mo just as sweet, Or softly other tongues repeat Endearments of as geDtle guise? I only feel that whatsoe'er Its melting tenderness may be, 'Tis not the smile whose gracious cheer Was more than all...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 July 1892

3fflee EsUblimiiß IMCbyEor. Amtroio Etiltl. SOORATES IIENKEL, AMBEOBE L. HKNKEL. EI,OK O.IIENKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers of the 'Seminarian," - - Lutiierville, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Lurat, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'The Old Paths," - - - Strasburg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, (or one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-offlcc money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stampß received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable I advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paver a published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday e/cuing, and entered at the postoff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 July 1892

For Our Church Paper. American German Benefactors. NO 3. BY J. G. M. The name of Lankenau is soclosely connected with onp of the grandest charitablo institutions in ourcountry, and in such intimate association with our own cliurcb, that I am sure maoy Lutherans would bo pleased to bear some of the principal facts in the life of this distinguished philanthropist. John Diedericli Lankenau was born in Bremen in 1817, and when lio was of proper age, he entered as clerk into the liouso of Tiersch & Geriscber, tho successors of his father's firm, Lankenau & Tierscb. Having spent three years in that establishment, he was engaged by Mr. Wicht lor his Philadelphia honso, Wicht, Werner & Co., and arrived in Baltimore in August, 183 G. He proceeded to Philadelphia, and entered upon his engagement, and live year» afterwards in 1845, the firm was changed to Wicht & Lankenau. It was in 184G that Mr. Lankenau first becamo acquainted with Mr. F. M. Dr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 July 1892

BUSINESS AND HDI'STHIAI. Krupp employs 16,000 men. Austria lias women hod carriers. There are papier macho flower pots. There are 4,500 women painters in England. There are seven plate glass mills in this country. The furnishing'uf a well-ordered kitchen for a bride costs about $200. Thirty-four pounds of raw sugar make twenty-one pounds of refined. In Greece 155,000 tons of currants ara grown, on an average, every year. The average amount of steel rails made in this country last year was over 100,000 tons per month. The typewrite? is responsible for a growing change in the forms of writing paper used in business. Platinum has advanced in the last three years from $80 per pound to $160. Tho annual output is about three tons. A company in Schaffhausen, Switzerland, produces nearly two pounds of puro aluminium for $1.25. A year ago it wa3 $4. Thirty per cent of all women in tho United States are working for a living, an increase of nine percent over the year 1880. ' It is estimated th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 July 1892

CHURCH "*** PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. "A SOLITARY WAY." I'HAI.M CVll., 1 tO 9. Proverbs xiv. 10; / Corinthian* ii. 11There is a mystery in human hearts, And though we be encircled by a host Of those who love us well, and arc beloved, To every one of us, from time to time, There comes a sense of utter loneliness. Our dearest friend is "stranger" to our joy, And cannot realize our bitterness. "There is not one who really understands, Not one to enter into all I feel;" Such is the cry of cach of us in turn. We wander in "a solitary way," No matter what or where our lot may be : Each heart, mysterious even to itself, Must live its inner life in solitude. Job nit. 17; Afatthew x. 117. And would you know the reason why this is? It is because the Lord desires our love, In every heart He wishes to be first. lie therefore keeps the secret-key Himself, To open all its chambers, and to bless With perfect sympathy, and holy peace, Each solitary sou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 July 1892

- Offlco Establiihedinlßo6toyßot. Ambrcß® Eetkcl. SDORATES lIENKELy AMBROSE L. IIKXKBL. BLON O .HESKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market.ShenandoahCo.,Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROFBIKTORS OF OUIt CHUKCH PAPER," Religious, $100. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $150. PUBLISHERS OF THE ♦ Seminarian," - - Ltithebville, Md "Von liouA Messenger," - Luray, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," .... Salem, Va. •The Old Paths," - - - Strasbubg, Va. "Our Church Paper" and "Skenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, tor one year, lor $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts checks, post-office mor.cy orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stanipf received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnish ed upon application. Time of Publication : Ocr Church Papei "•T published every Wednesday evening ant the Shenandoah Vai.ley every Tliursdaj e/ening, and entered at the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 July 1892

For Our Church Paper. Dedication. Grace Evang. Lutheran church, formerly Miller's church, six miles east of Knoxville, Tennessee, was dedicated Sunday, June 20th, 1892. For tho want of notes, taken for the purpose, but which have been lost, I am unable to give as correct and full a description of tho house, its size, stylo of architecture, and Jhe history of the congregation which worships in it, as might bo desirable. The congregation was organized by Rev. A. C. M. Miller, Sen., deceased, between 00 and 70 years ago, and the present is the third house of worship erected by it on the same ground. The first was a rude log structure; the second was a frame building, but antiquated in stylo and uncomfortable; the pros ent is a very neat, commodious frame building, in the modern, improved stylo of church architecture, with a cupola and belfry about 00 feet high, nicely painted in white without, with a very neat pulpit and suitable furniture within, withal presenting quite a cliurchly ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 July 1892

EDUCATIONAL* There arc 208 students from North America at the Berlin University. Trustees of Wabash College, Crawfordsville, lud., have practically decided against coeducation. The entering Chautauqua class, which is to pursue a throe yeais' course, comprises 10,000 studonts. University Settlement Society of New York has formed a permanent organization with President Seth Low, of Columbia College, president. Among; the great teachers in University Extension occur the names of John Ruslcin, Dauto Rosetti, F. J. Furnival, Professor F. Maurice, and Thomas Hughes. It is said that Professor Charles James Capen, principal or master of the Boston Latin School, has not missed being at his post on account of sickness a single day in 40 years. The memorial, signed by nearly 3,000 representative inhabitants of Now Zealand, praying Cambridge University to confer its degrees upon women, is attracting a good deal of attention in England. LOOKING TO THE DISTANT FUTURE. The northwest provinces of C...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 July 1892

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HEJISTKICIj & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. THE BURDEN OF THE DAY. 11Y MARGARET J. I'RKS'I'ON. "You rh'ule me for longing to go Away from this wearisome life — Away from the sound of its woe, Its hollowness, hardness and strife "1 have tasted the host it can give; 1 have eaten its fruit to the core; Then why be so anxious to live, When the best of the living is o'er? "So tired, so hopeless of heart, So saddened by all that 1 miss— Why should I not pine to depart To the home that is brighter than this? "1 know who has opened its door, I know who is holding its key ; With Christ in the pathway before, What fear hath the pathway for me ? "My passport is signed with a sigh Of infinite pricelessness ; so, As He has emblazoned each line, Do you wonder I'm longing to go ?" "What! go with your day incomplete,— The service assigned you undone ? Unwilling to toil through the heat, And wait for the set of the sun? "O, cowardly spirit! lie sure There is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 July 1892

JBco EitifcltikoSlii ISo6te;T.ot. Amtroso Eonkol. SJORATES IIENKEI., AMBROSE L. HENKHL. EI.ON O.HEKKEL . HENKEL & CO. S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo..Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUIt CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHFNANOOAH VALLEY," Local, 51.50. Publishers of the 'Seminarian," - - Luthervillb, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Ya. " Koanoke Collegian," ... - Salem, Va. 'The Olp Paths," - - - Stkasbubg, Ya. "Our Cnurch Paper'" and "Sfccnandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, tor 52.25 Cash In Advance. Uemittanues should bo made by drafts checks, post-office money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person ivko forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upou application. Time of Publication : Our Church Paper , published every Wednesday evening and the Suenandoau- Valley every Thursday evening, uiM eiwwt'd at the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 July 1892

A Splendid Charity. Upwards of $100,000 Given in Bequests for a Lutheran Home in Charleston by tho Late C. D. Franke. Mr. C. D. Franke, who diqjl in Charleston on July lOtli, made the largest charitable bequest in the history of that city. The News and Courier publishes tho full text of tho charitable clauses "in order,'' it says " that the citizens of Charleston may appreciate fully the magnificent charity which is to be established in this city." And The Visitor publishes them because it is the largest bequest ever made by a Lutheran in the South. It is understood that tho property which is bequeathed to the .lacob Washington Franke Lutheran Hospital and Home will amount to about one hundred thousand dollars. The will contains thirteen clauses, of which, with tli# exception of the throe given below, refer to purely private bequests. Mrs. Florentine Franke is made tbe executrix and Mr. J. D. Cappelmann the executor of the will. The clauses of the will herewith annexed apply to the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 July 1892

AT PEACE. Ami I said, "She is dead; 1 could not brook Again on that marvellous face to look," But they took my hand and led me iu. And left me alone with my nearest kin. Ouce again alone in that silent place, My beautiful dead and I, face to face, And I could not speak, and I could not stir, But 1 stood and I looked with love on her; With love, and with rapture, and strange surprise, I looked 011 the lips and the close shut eyes : (>n the perfect rest and calm content, And the happiness there in her features blent, And the thiu white hands that had wrought much, Now nerveless to kisses and feyered touch. My beautiful dead, who had known the strife, The pain and the sorrow, that we call Life, Who had never faltered beneath her cross, Nor murmured w\ien loss followed swift on loss; And the smile that sweetened her lips always, Lay light on her blessed mouth that day. 1 smoothed from her hair a silver thread, And 1 wept, but could not think her dead, t felt with a wonder too...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 August 1892

/ur ' —-ww CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XX. FOR LOVE'S SAKE. Sometimes I am tempted to murmur That lite is flitting away, With only a round of trifles Filling each busy day; Dastiug nooks and corners, Making the house look fair, \>!il patiently taking on ine The burden of woman's care. Comforting childish sorrows, And charming the childish heart With the simple song and story, Told with a mother's art: Setting the dear home table And clearing the meal away, And going on little errands In the twilight of the day. One day is just like another! Sewing and piecing well Little jackets and trousers So neatly that none can tell Where are the seams and joinings— Ah! the seamy Bide of life Is kept out of sight by the magic Of many a mother and wife! And oft when I'm ready to murmur That life is flitting away, With the self-same round of duties Filling each busy day, It comes to my spirit sweetly, With the grace of a thought divine: "...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 August 1892

J Bee Esiitllihoila 1800 by Eov. Actrcio Eosiel. SOOJiATES lUi.S'KKL, AMBROSE L. HENKKL. EI.OS O.HEMKEL . HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market,ShenandoahCo..Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, $1.00. SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, $1.50. Publishers of the 'Seminarian," - - Lutiikrville, Md "Von Bora Messenger," - Luiuy, Va. "Roanoke Collegian," .... Salem, Va 'Tub Old Paths," ... Strasburg, Va. "OurUnurch Papcc" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sunt to any one addross, lor one year, lor 9 2.25 Cash in Advance. Kemittanobs should be made by drafts checks, post-olllce money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, aud furnished upon application. Time of Publication Our Churoji Paver published every Wednesday evening artd the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday o7ening, and entered at the postollice,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 August 1892

For Our Church Paper. Attention. Brethren of the Virginia Conference of the E. L. Tennessee Synod: As your Executive Committee of Missions for this conferential year, it is my duty to rcmiud you of some facts, and reveal to you some new ones,—all of which concern yon and me very materially. First, the reminders : Our Conference, D. V., will convcno on Thursday before the 4th Sunday of next month. Then wo will be expected to give an encouraging financial report from every charge in the Conference. This anticipation should bo fully met. At last convention of Conference some resolutions wore past that should prove to be more than simply a waste of paper, time, and expense to publish them. One was to the efi'ect that the officers of each congregation in the Conference raise 15 cts. per communicant for the support of our Conference Mission work. Herein duty is clearly marked. Go to work, if the work has not been done. Elders and Deacons, you with your pastors have been made the leading a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 August 1892

A ROY'S MOTHER. BY JAM KB WHITCOMB HI LEY. In Poems of Childhood. My mother she's so good to me, Ef 1 was good as I could be, I couldn't be as good—no sir!— Can't any boy be good as her! She loves me when I'm glad cr sad; She loves me when I'm good cr bad : An', what's a funniest thing she says: She loves me when she punishes. I don't like her to punish me, — That don't hurt—but it hurts to see Her cryin',—then I cry; an' 'nen We both cry an' be good again. She loves me when she cuts and sews My little cloak an' Sund'y clothes: An' when my Pa comes home to tea She loves him most as much as me. She laughs and tells him all I said, An' grabs me up an' pats my head, An' I hug her, an' hug my Pa An' love him purt 'nigli much as Ma. Stories of Thorwaldsen. While Thorwaldsen was engaged in modeling Byron's bust, Jthe latter allowed his features to assume an expression of profound melancholy. The poet had a peculiar fancy for appearing melancholy, which lie thought made him look interestin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 August 1892

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED !8/3. HEISTKEXj & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XX. "BELOVED, THINK IT NOT STRANGE." I. PKTEH, IV. 12. BY KI.A THOMAS. ' Think it not strange." No, overall the land Hopes fade, prayers fail, hearts break, And dear ones o'er death's lone and shadowy Their silent pathway take. [strand But when on us the blow descends, swift We cannnot help a moan ; [smiting, As heart and nerve cry with the pain of partus from our own. [iug And strange it seems that o'er our happy circle The spectre hand could glide, And snatch that one whose life, whose looks, whose loving, All earth was naught beside. O ! fiery trial that closely folds around us, O! furnace of afflictions, bitter pain, O! heart-sick watch beside our dead, who never Give love for love again ! And saddest still of all the weary yearning Through the lung, lonely months and years, The hearts that ache though lips maj r keep their smiling, Eyes dim with unshed tears. But still o'er broken hope and grave f...

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