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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 February 1893

Offlco Xstabllsbel is ISM ly Est. latrose Erclol. S'IORATBS HENRBL, AMIIKOSB L. JIENKIL. KLON O.HEHKEL. 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. PCBLIBUBRS OF TIIB 'Seminarian," - - Luthbrvillb, Md 'Von Bora Messenger," - Luray, Va. " Roanokb Collegian," - - • - Salem, Va. 'The Old Paths," - - - Strabburg, Va. 'Kke Mar Journal," - Hageustown, Mi». "Our Church Papec" and "Sbenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, lor $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be mado by drafts checks, post-offlce money orders, or register ed letters; otherwise money is sent at tne lisk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Churoii Pai'sb is published every Wednesday cvenin.tr and the Shenandoah Valley eve...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 February 1893

For Our Church Paper. The Davie Mission. Me. Editor: I have been reading many articles in your much esteemed paper, relative to other churches and pastorates, but have not lately seen any thing with reference to the above mission ; and I am sure it is not because it is of such little importance, more tardy in its growth or more inactive in its church work. Nine months of the present synodical year have passed ; and as the result of earnest and faithful labor, fifteen names have been added to the list of members, most of which are from Methodist families. I mention this, only to show you how people will like the Lutheran doctrine, when it is properly understood. We make it a rule not to preach from the pulpit alone, but to go from house to house to preach, catechise, and exhort; and we generally leave a good impression wherever we go. As an illustration of this matter, 1 will give one instance. We stayed all night with a man who is running a whisky still; his wife and mother-in-law w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 February 1893

iijiiiiiiiuli HATE"I hate you, 1 hate you!* the maiden said, Ami hor eyelids drooped and her face grew red. And she turned from her lover and hung her head. The Hush crept up to her rich brown hair, And she plucked to pieces a rosebud fair A»t>he stole a glance at her lover there. And lie, these men are so full of guile: Ilis eyes, a-glistening with mirth the while, Looked c ilmly on, with a doubting smile. •I hate you, I hate you!" she said again. And she hipped her toe on the carpet then As if each tap were a stab at men. Her lip was aquiver, her eyes in mist, ller cheek und throat, as the sun-gods kissed, \Veve bathed in the essence of amethyst. And then her love, with a startled look, Grew serious quite, and his face forsook Tiie confident glow which it erstwhile took. And "Oh. very well," as he rose to go; "And if it pleases you to ljave it so Why. so it shall be, as you doubtless know. He took uno step, but ii sudden turned Oh, much the sw'eetest is bliss unearned A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 March 1893

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. A WHITE WORLD. BY LTJOY LAROOME. I never knew the world in white So beautiful could be As 1 have seen it here to-day Beside the wintry sea; A new earth, brido of a new heaven, Has been revealed to me. The sunrise blended wave and cloud In one broad flood of gold, But touched with rose the world's white robes In every curve and fold, While the blue air did over all Its breath in wonder hold. Earth was a statue half awake Beneath her Sculptor's hand. How the Great Master bends with love Above the work he planned I Easy it Is, on such a day, To feel and understand. Action of the Presbytery of Elizabeth, New York. Voted to Strike out a Section of the Confession of Faith. It seems the Presbyterian church is having conflicts and trouble, as all churches will, that ignore or attempt to change their Confessions. In regard to this matter we publish the following, taken from the New York Herald of February the B...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 March 1893

Office Estafcliihod in 18C6 ty Bev. Aatrcso Ztokcl. SOCRATES lIKNKKL, AMBROSE L. lIENKEL, ELON O. HENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. PUBLISHERS AND PBOPBIBTOKS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, • $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY, 'Local, - -$1.50. PUBLISHERS OF Tnß "Seminarian," - - Luthervillb, Md, "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Ya. "The Old Paths," - - Strasburg, Va. "Keb Mab Journal," - Hagerstowh, Md. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley " will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postoffice 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, yery reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Oub Church Paper is published eyery Wednesday eveniun and the Shesandomi Vali.bt every Thursday evening, and entered nt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 March 1893

For Our Church Paper. A Timely Donation. To my agreeable surprise, yesterday 1 received the following letter, whioh explains itself: Highland, Erath Co., Texas, •January 29, 1803. Rev. J. K. Efird, Highly Esteemed Friend and Bro. in Christ, No doubt you will be surprised to get a letter from one you do not know of ever seeing. When your dear and much lamented father left Lexington, the county seat of Davidson, N. C., you were quite a small boy. I well remember you, when I staid over night at your father's house. And I do also remember the many earnest and noble sermons he preached while he lived in Davidson ; yes, I do recollect the text he preached from, the first sermon I heard him preach in Davidson, "If the righteous scarcely be saved where shall the ungodly and sinner appear ?" I saw an article in Our Church Paper, some time ago, over your name, on missions, and it so well coincides with my views, that I send five dollars in this letter to assist you and your people in building...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 March 1893

A Now iliducitry—Biroh Oil. Birch mills or distilleries, of which tliere art; but eight in existence iti He United States, liavo been in operation in Connecticut about six years. They have made a demand for the black 01 sugar birch, with which the wooded hills in the State abound, and the getting of this birch and hauling of it to market has supplied the farmers with a proltiable employment for four years. White and yellow birch are not used, as Ifurnish very little oil; not enough to pay the distiller for the labor of extracting. Black birch can be used only when the branches are bare of foliage. < >uly saplings and small branches are marketable. They must not measure more than two inches and a half in diameter at the largest part. Six years ago, when the birch mills began work, the proprietors paid the farmers one dollar and fifty cents a ton for birch brush delivered at the mill. At the same time the distiller was receiving from six to eight dollars a pound ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 March 1893

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. DON'T LOOK FOR THE FLAWS. Don't look for the flaws as you go on thro' life, And even when you find them It is wise and kind to be somewhat blind And look for the virtue behind them. For the cloudiest night has a hint of light Somewhere in its shadows hiding; It is better by far to look for a star Than the spots on the sun abiding. ' The current of life runs ever away To the bosom of God's great ocean; Don't sot your force 'gainst the river's course And think to alter its motion. Don't waste a curse on the universe— Don't butt at the storm with your puny formBut bend and let it go o'er you. The world will never adjust itself To suit your whims to the letter; [long, Some things must go wrong your wholo life, And the sooner you know it the better. It is folly to fight with the infinite, And go under at last in the wrestle, The wisest man shapes into God's plan As the water shapes into a vessol. —Ella Whee...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 March 1893

OSes ijUUiihed la 180S by Iff. Antroio Snktl. BOCBATEB lIEN'KEL, AJJBBOSE L. HENKEL, BLON O. KENKEI-. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. PUBLISIIEBS AND PBOPBIBTOBS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, ■ $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, • -$1.50. ruBLisuEBS of the "Seminabian," - - Luthhbville, Md, "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, \a. "The Oi-d Paths," - - Stbabbubg, Va. "Keb Mak JottbNal," - llaobbstown, Mb. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley " mill be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.1?) Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postoffice money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advebtisino Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Oca Chubcii Papeb is published eyery Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 March 1893

Farewell Sermon. We learn from the Wilmington, N. O. Messenger, tbat, on Sunday, Feb. 26, 1893, Dr. Pescbau preached his farewell sermon. The Messenger says: Bev. Dr. P. W. E. Peschau bad farewell to his congregation at St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church and to his many friends in Wilmington and all sections of the State. The church was crowded to its ut- most capacity, and the services were of a most impressive and affecting character. The Bev. Doctor's farewell utterances were listened to with profound attention, and many in the congregation gave relief to their feelings in tears. Taking for his text the words, "Finally, bethren, farewell, be perfect, be of good comfort, be of one mind, live in peace; and the God of love and peace shall be with you " II Corinthians xiii., 11, the Bev. Dr. preached an eloquent sermon. It would afford us pleasure, if space would allow, to publish the whole aermon. We shall, however, make a few extracts, as follows: Now, as we are going to separa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 March 1893

Aurora Borealis. Sometimes ia winter and towards the vernal equinox, wo observe in the heavens a sort of transparent, luminous, and diversely colored clouds. A brilliant light appears from the north, which is gradually communicated to the other clouds, till at length rays of pale light shoot from those northern clouds towards the zenith. This aerial phenomenon, called Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, may bo classed amongst those natural effects the true causo of which we do not exactly know. Some naturalists have supposed it to be a magnetic matter, which, accumulating towards the north, becomes luminous. Others, with greater probability, suppose it to be occasioned by the rays of light falling on clouds or mist, and thence reflected. The uncertainty in which wo are with respect to the cause of this phenomenon may be made useful to us. How many things do we not see in the heavens and on the earth which the greatest philosophers cannot explain ? This ought to render us humble, an...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 March 1893

CHURCH" paper. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. THE BROKEN WING. I walked through tie woodlaud meadows, Where sweet the thrushes sing, And found on a bed of mosses A bird with a broken wing. I healed its wounds, and each morning It sang its old sweet strain; But the bird with a broken pinion Never soared as high again. I found a young life broken By sins's seductive art, And touched with a Christlike pity, I took him to my heart. He lived with a noble purpose, And struggled not in vain; But the life that sin had stricken Never soared as high again. But the bird with a broken pinion Kept another from the snare, And the life that sin had stricken Raised another from despair. Each loss has its compensation? There is healing for every pain ; But the bird with the broken pinion Never soars as high again. For Our Clu-.rch Paper. That "Protest" in the Visitor. It may bo a source ot information to many readers of Our Church Pa PER to hear what a writer in ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 March 1893

oaeo lutitHstod is 1801 ty Ecr. Ambrose Esckcl. 80«;ATES HENKEL, AMBROSE X.. HENKEL, EI.ON O. HENKEI.. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, Now Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, - -$1.50. PUBLISHERS OF THE "Seminarian," - - Lvtueuyillk, Mn. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "The Old Paths," - - Steasburg, Va. "Keb Mar Journal," - Hagerstown, Wd. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be nent to anyone address, for one year, for $2.25 Vath in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postofflcc 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 Paper is published eyery Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the pos...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 March 1893

For Our Church Paper. Debts or Trespasses ? There is much diversity of thought in regard to which of the words debts or trespasses best accords with the true meaning of the original, as used in the fifth petition of the Lord's Prayer, "And forgive us our trespasses as wc forgive them that trespass against us.'' The original word used by St. Matthew is oysdrj/iara, the primary signification of which is debts, and tho corresponding word, as used by St. Luke, is a,maprua, which every New Testament Greek scholar knows is the generic term for sin. Now, those who hold that debts more properly expresses tho sense of the original, as used by St. Matthew, also contend that it signifies sins of commission as well as sins of omission. While this maj be true in a secondary seuse, evidently it is not its primary meaning. Wo will refer the reader to a few authorities. Liddell and Scott in their Greek Lexicon givo but one definition : That which is owed, a debt. Greenfield in his Novum Testamentum...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 March 1893

THE LATE "BOOM." [Adapted to the tune of Ta-ra-ra, &c.] Just about three years ago I bought a lot and bought it low, The roan that sold it told me so, And he's the one that ought to know. Fifteen hundred was the price, lie didn't have to ask mo twice; I paid it half in one big slico And felt as rich as Calvin Brice. Ta-ra-ra, &c. And for the rest 1 gave my note, And as my name I glibly wrote. I had no thought—no mcre'n a goat, llow big the load I'd have to tote. Now I'm working like a slave, Tryiug hard enough to save To pay the blasted note I gave, Before I lay me in my grave. Ta-ra-ra, &c. The lot's so steep, 'twon't hold a fence, The stones upon it are immense, The bushes grow so tall and dense, It wouldn't bring me fifty cents. And now I sit in silent gloom, Thinking of my awful doom, I want to lie down in my tomb Before we have another boom .' Ta ra-rti, &c. The Utility of Vegetables. If we consider the great number and diversifie...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 March 1893

CHURCH" PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. EASTER LILIES. BY MAROARBT B. BANGSTEB. The lovely Easter lilies, that o'er the dew and damp Rise, each a fair, wise virgin, who timely trimmed her lamp; Their beauty chides one's weeping; their bloom before our eyes Sets plain In notes of music, " The lost and loved shall riso." Not by the grave-gloom holden, the forms we miss and mourn In fair celestial whiteness to homes of light are borne; We too are pressing forward ; the Easter love is ours: Beyond earth's transient winter, beyond these mortal flowers! Sweet are the choral anthems in grand cathedrals sung, And blithe the silver chiming in many steeples rung; But sweeter is the music from hearts believing poured, That brings the Easter lilies, and bless the risen Lord. Easter Gifts. BY M. C. IIUNGEBFORD. Travelers in Northern countries tell us incidentally of pretty simple Easter customs that are not much iu roguo hero, but might well be adopted i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 March 1893

OSe* liUbllihti UIBO6 ly Set. Afttreio SOOIIATEB HBNKEL, AMBROSE L. UEHKEL, BLOH O. HENKXL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPBIETORS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - 91.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, • -$1.60. PUBLISHERS OF THE "SlllINABlAH," . . LnnEKVII.T.K, Md. "Roanoke Collegia*," - Salem, Va. "The Old PATns," - - Stbasburg, Va. "Kk« Mar Journal," - Hagerstown, Md. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be tent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, poatoffice money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of tho person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Our Church Paper is published cyery Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postolßce, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 March 1893

For Our Church Paper. The Hongo Tabernacle. Nino years ago a Canadian Methodist missionary of this place withdrew from tho regular work of his church and organized a new movement in a distant part of the city. The plan proposed by him was a new departure in mission work in this empire, although it has been attempted in many of tho large cities of the West. The West Central Mission of London was his model, with the necessary adaptations for this Eastern environment. It was the purpose of the originator to make a grand evangelistic centre, in which tho great central truths of Christianity were to be propagated and defended; and from which every section of the Church should receive impetus and lruitage. All who should bo attracted were to be urged to go to some church home, wherever most suitable. The tabernacle itself, however, was to furnish a church home to all who wished to remain there. Tho original plan did not materialize, and tho work now carried on is confined to tho Methodist...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 March 1893

GOSSIP LANE. BY MAKY E. WILKIN'S. It is not on the sign-board, sir, Go scorch both far and wide ; Or in the town directory, The map, or railway guide; And if you ask your neighbor, sir, You ask, alas, in yain, For no one e'er admitted yet She lived in Gossip Lane. It is a fearful neighborhood, So secret and to sly; Although the gossips oftentimes Include the rich and high, I'm told they're even cannibals, And when they dine or sup, By way of change they'll turn about And cat each other up. They much prefer the youthful, sir, The modest, true, and rare; They grind up cluiracter and all, And call it wholesome fare! And should the helpless victim shrink, They heed not cries of pain; These very thirsty cannibals That live in Gossip Lane. If you should chance to dine with tlieni, Pray never be deceived. When they seem most like truest friends They're least to be believed ; Their claws are sheathed in velvet, sir, Their teeth are hid by smiles— And woe betide the innocent Who falls beneat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 March 1893

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. JESUS LIVES AGAIN. BY MAItY LOWK DICKINSON. Be thy Lenten sorrow led, Wouldst thou weep besiilo the dead, Silent on His rock-hewn bed ? Stealing sobbing through the gloom, Would thy penitence find the room, Sackcloth clad, within His tomb ? Hush 1 Thy broken spirit's moau Cannot pierce the gate of stone, Entering where He lies alone; Nor the clamor of thy crics Once uplift the sealed eyes, Bid the stricken form arise. Wait 1 draw nearer while ye pray; Through the night-gloom breaks the clay; Lo ! the stono is rolled away. Bend and look ! Beside the bed Where He lay, tho royal dead, Watching angels wait instead. Jesus lives again! Ilark! upon the listening car Falls a voice, serene and clear: "He is risen. Ho is not here." Is not here ! Then where? Oh, where ? If wo And Him not, despair I# tho answer to our prayer! Can He live ngaiu ? Aye, He lives! and souls in pain Ne'er need miss His face again; Lives...

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