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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 March 1893

Offlieo liUtltihot la 1306t; So'. Aslroio Honlol. SOCRATES HENKEL, AMIIROBE L. HENKRL, KI.ON O. 11KNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $l.OO. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, - -$1.60. PUBLISHERS OF THE "Seminarian," - - Lutherville, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "The Old Paths," - - Strasbukg, Va. "Ivee Mae Journal," - llagbrstown, Mi». "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to anyone address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should bo mado by drafts, checks, postofllce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tims of Publication: Our Churcii Paper is published eyery Wednesday cveninc and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 March 1893

For Our Church Paper. A Reminder. We shall not be negligent always to put yon in remembrance of pressing, Christian duty,—though you may know it,—that yon may be established in the work of the Lord. It has been nearly six months since the last convention of our Synod, and still we owe some of our old debt to our missionary in Alabama. Your mission board cannot pay it withont money. Brethren, you have the money to run Synod's work, and if it is your sincere desire to maintain the credit of Synod and perpetuate her good name, you will not rest contented till you pay her debts and see her enterprises flourishing. With commendable liberality, let us as a Synod remove the not altogether groundless stigmas that the members of the Tennessee Synod are "stingy," "close-fisted," eto. We should not be as the accusations make ns. I know many of the accused are not guilty, yet I very much doubt if any of ns are us liberal toward the spiritually needy as we could and should be. Ido not want this ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 March 1893

The Marriage Question. In former days, young people hastened to marry as soon as they were out of school, and society commended their course. It was considered their duty to become yoked without unnecessary delay. But it is decidedly different at the present day. The practice of wedlock is no longer imperative, nor does discredit attend the unmated state, even when prolonged into tho thirties. There is as much advice given against marriage as in favor of it by the wise and experienced of both sexes, and the result is a steady decrease in the proportion of actual weddings to possible ones. Tho causes which have brought about this marked change are not snfliciently definite for satisfactory analysis. No doubt observations on unhappy marriages have a bad influence in the way of keeping people single. Unfortunately, the squabbling of a solitary household makes more noise than the placid career of a thousand happy families, and the bachelor who draws inferences only from what ho hears is...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 April 1893

CHURCH " ' PAPER, ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEJLi & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. CALL TO REPENTANCE. Christ died for thee! For theo He suffered and for theo was crucified! O sinful man, for thee He wept, and for thy sins Ho sighed In dark Gethsemane, where tears of anguish for thy sins did flow From Ills doar eyes, so soon to close in death upon all sin and sorrow hero below. But Death, who over all tho earth does hold his mighty sway, Was powerloss to hold tho King of Life, nay For Him had Death no sting, no victory had Hell! He rose, and with Ilis resurrection tho powers of Satan fell. And this He did for thee, and how didst thou repay His boundless love ? Didst thou not turn away From Him, and spurn Ilim who for thee didst die, That thou mightst live ? Canst thou deny ? Haste thou, O sinner, to Ilis cross to llee ! Prostrate thyself before it, on thy knee Confess thy sins, and for Him pardon plead And thou wilt find in Him a friend indeed. Mt. Airy, Phila. O. K. The Arraig...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 April 1893

Offliso Eititltihel is ICOC tj Sor. Ambrosj Jleatol. (CCKATKS IIEKKEL, AMIIKOBE L. lIBNKEL, ELON O. IIBNKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. rUBLISBERS AND PROPRIETORS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, ■ $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, - -?1.50. rUBLISUBBS or TIIE "Seminarian," - - Luthbrville, Ml). "Roanoke Collboian," - Salem, Va. "Tiie Old Pathb," - - Stbabburg, Ya. "Keb Mar Journal," - llaobbstottn, Md. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to anyone address, for one ytar.for $3.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made !>}' drafts, checks, postoflice money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of tlio person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, ycry reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time or Publication: Our Church Paper is published eyery Wednesday evening and the Siiesandoaii Valley every Thursday eveni...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 April 1893

For Our Church Paper. Letter from Japan. A Funeral and a Feast.—Contradictory Characteristics.—Present Work and Future Plans. To day I attended a Japanese Christian funeral. The two-year-old child of one of the few believers in this big city died yesterday, and this afternoon I left my Bible class in order to express my sympathy with the bereaved family. When I reached the humble homo, I found a large company of friends and relatives already assembled, seated 011 the floor in tho main room, peacefully partaking of a funeral feast. After bowing myself double several times, and speaking a few words of sympathy to tho father and mother, I was sot in the place of honor, and presented with some confections and honorable tea. Tho tea, unsugared, in its dainty little enp, was drunk ; the unspeakable sweetmeats, after a nibble, were wrapped in a paper and brought away with me, according to oriental custom. The food is so delicious, and tho supply so superabundant, that ono is constrained to...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 April 1893

BETTER THAN GOLD. lIY CllAliLlift MAOKAY. 1 lay in sorrow, deep distressed: My grief a proud man lienrd ; llis looks were cold, he gavemc gold, But liot a kindly word. Sly sorrow passed,—l paid liim back The gold he guvc to me ; Then stood erect and spoke my thanks, Anil blessed his charity. 1 lay in want, in grief and pain : A poor man passed my way; lie bound my head, ho gave me bread, 110 watched me night anil day. How shall I pay him back again For all he did to me ? Oh, gold is great, but greater far Is heavenly sympathy I Is Beauty a Blessing? Of the beautiful women that I have known, but few have attained superiority of any kind. In marriage they have frequently made failures; why I do not know, unless the possession of great loveliness is incompatible with tho possession of an equal amount of good judgment. So much is expected by tho woman ac customed to admiration, that she plays and palters with her fate till the crooked stick is all that is left her.— This we see exemplif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 April 1893

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HBNKBL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. From the Lutheran Observer. THE NINETEENTH PSALM. liY lIBV- JOEL SWARTZ, D. D. Thou art, O Lord, tbo life and light Of all this wondrous world wo see ; Its sun by day, its stars by night Aro but reflections, Lord, of thee; Where'er we turn tby glories shine, And all things blight and fair aro thine. When day with fading light delays Among the radiant clouds of oven, 'Tis then we almost think we gazo Through golden vistas into heavcu. Those hues that mark the sun's decline So sweet, so glorious, Lord, are thine. When midnight wrapt in starry gloom, Trails her dark mantlo from the skies, Starred, like a bird of beauteous plume With myriads of unsleeping eyes; That solemn gloom, those flres divine, So grand, so countless, Lord, are tliino. But moro tho volume of thy Word, Which makes the humble reader wise, Can knowledge of thee, Lord, afford Thau earth and sea and starry skies ; For here, dear Lord, th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 April 1893

Office litabllshid la 1806 ty Eov. Amtroso Eookel. BOCRATBS JIENKEL, AMBROSE 1.. 11BNKEL, ELON O. HENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OF "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, ■ $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, • -91-50. PUBLISHERS OF THE "Seminarian," - - Luthbryille, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "Tub Old Paths," - - Strasburg, Va. "Keb Mar Journal," - llagerstown, Mb. "Our Ohurch Paper'" and "Shenandoah Valley " trill be sent to any one address, for one year, for $3.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be mode by drafts, checks, postoflice 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, ycry reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time or Publication: Our Cnunon Paper is published eyery Wednesday cvenine and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 April 1893

For Our Church Paper. The Japan Organ. Ottb Church Paper of a recent date, contained a notice of onr effort to collect, by private correspondence, money sufficient to buy a first class organ for our mission in Japan. The organ which we propose to send will cost, including shipping expenses, etc., about $125.00. It is an organ made expressly for foreign mission work, being built with reference to shipping, change of temperature, exposure, etc. Contributions, ranging from twenty-five cents up to $8.00, have been received from more than fifty persons, and at the present we have received in all about $90.00. There are about one hundred and fifty who have not answered our personal appeal, but those who have anBwered it, have contributed liberally, and we wish to thank them publicly for the same. We need yet about $35, and we are depending upon the readers of this notice to contribute it. Please send your contributions promptly, so that the organ can be sent at an early day. If more is re...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 April 1893

THE FIRST BLUEBIRD. lIY JAMES WIHTOOMB HI LEY. Jest raiu and snow! and rain again! Anddrible! drip! and blow! Then snow! and thaw! and slush! and tlicn— Some more rain and snow! This morning I was 'most afeared To vake up—when, I jing! I seen the sun shine out and heerd The first bluebird of spring! Mother, she raised the winder some; And in aerost the orclnird come, Soft as a angel's wing, A breezy, treesy, beesy hum, Too sweet fer anything! Though winter's shroud was rent apart — The sun burst forth in glee— And when that bluebird sung, my hart Hopped out o' bed with me! A Child's Tear; a Dramatic Story. From the French of Edouard Lcmoine. In a Parisian green room a new performer was complaining of nervousness. From some of her companions she received encouragement, but the majority expressed themselves after this fashion : "Such tremors are incurable. As nature has madeus, bold or timid, cold or ardent, grave or gay, so we must remain. Whoever saw an ambitious man cured of liis a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 April 1893

CHURCH ' PAPER ESTABLISHED 18/3. HENKEL & GO., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. THE PEACE OF GOD. ADKT.AIDB PROCTOR. Wo ask for Peace, O Lord! Thy children ask thy Peace ; Not what the world calls rest, That toil and care should cease, That through bright sunny hours Calm Life should fleet away, And tranquil night should fade In smiling day ; It is not for such Peace that we would pray. We ask thy Peace, O Lord I Through storm, and fear, and strife, To light and guide us on, Through a long, struggling life ; While no success or gain Shall cheer the desperate fight, Or nerve, what tho world calls, Our wasted might; Yet pressing through the darkness to the light. It is thine own, O Lord, Who toil while others sleep ; Who sow with loving care What other hands should reap.; They lean on thee entranced, In calm and perfect rest. Give us that Peace, O Lord, Divine and best Thou keepest for those hearts who love thee best. From the Young Lutheran. Dr. Richard's Facts. "Facts are facts.'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 April 1893

OOfc« MatlilM lc 1806 ty Bit. Amircso Eotiel. SOCRATES IIENKEL, AMBROSE L. IIBNKEL, ELON 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," . . Lutherville, Md. "Roanoke Collegian," - Salem, Va. "TnE Old Patiib," - - Strasburg, Va. "Keb Mar Journal," - llauerstown, .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, postofficc money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of tho person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Our Cnußcn Paper is published eyery Wednesday evenine and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the p...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 April 1893

For Our Church Paper. 50 Years Ago and Now.. The Evangelist prints an important letter written by Ezra Keller in 1813, in view of an overture made for his services as a Theological teacher in what is now known as Wittenberg College. The present purpose is to throw a side-light on the recent action of the Board in sustaining Dr. Gotwald. The letter is dated from Hagerstown, Md. To show the real drift of things, ho makes a point of expressing his sentiments in favor of the "benevolent enterprises of the Church," for example, educational, missionary societies, theological and classical institutions. He then proceeds to speak in favor of the so-called "New Measures,'' comprehending "Revivals, Anxious Benches, Prayer-meetings, Temperance Societies, &c." This touches the point at issue in tho charge against Dr. Gotwald; and tho present position of tho Wittenberg College is supposed to be at variance with this feature of the letter. In this connection we are reminded of the tac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 April 1893

IIOXV TO FORECAST WEATHER. A Formula of Populni' Sljjni Wlllcll Are ISnilly llrmeiitbercd. Tlio formula of popular weather sign? wliich is most kindly treated by the ofll cial observers is that which was adopted by the Farmers' Club of the American Institute several years ago. It contains ten propositions, easily remembered, which are as follows: 1. When the temperature falls suddenly, there is a storm forming south of you. 2. When the temperature rises suddenly, there is a storm forming north of you. 8. The wind blows from a region of fair weather toward a region where a storm is forming. 4. Cirrus clouds always move from a region where a storm is in progress toward a region of fair weather. 5. Cumulous clouds always move from a region where a storm is forming. 6. When cirrus clouds are moving rapidly from the north or northeast, there will be rain within twenty-four hours, no matter how cold it is. 7. When cirrus clouds aro moving rap idly from the south or southeast, there will b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 April 1893

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 18/3. HBNKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXI. DEVOTION. BY 11KV. ErriEß WHITAKER. To Thee, O Christ, my Saviour, I give my life, my all; I take my cross and bear it, Obedient to Thy call. Thy love divine constrains mo From sin to turn aside, With all my heart to serve Thee, Since Thou for me hast died. Be this my only purpose ThJ' pathway to pursue, And to Thy gracious kingdom Be faithful, Arm and true. Be this my high endeavor To do Thy holy will, With body, soul and spirit, My duty to fulfil. And when I flag or falter, Or from the right depart, Let Thy right hand restore me, O Master of my heart. For Thou art my Redeemer, And life is not so dear; For when the earth shall vanish, With Thee shall I appear. And in Thy glorious kingdom Thy goodness will I sing, And with Thy taints forever Will laud and praise my King. —New York Observer. The Incompleteness of Self. The first rule shall be—Observe. A simple matter —one, I dare say, which it will seem...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 April 1893

OtOeo lititlliltollE 1806 to? Sot. iabrcio Hsnkel. SOCRATES HENKEL, AMBROSE L. IIKNKEI., ELON O. IIKNKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S Steam Printing House New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. PUBLISHERS AND PROPRIETORS OP "OUR CHURCH PAPER," Religious, - $1.00. "SHENANDOAH VALLEY," Local, ■ -$1.50. PUBLISHERS OF THE "Seminarian," - - Luthervii.le, Md. "Roanoke Collkoian," - Salem, Va. "The Old Paths," - - Strabdurg, Va. ' 'Kke Mar Journal," - llaoerstown, Md. "Our Oliurch Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley " itill be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.25 Cash in Advance. Remittances should be made by drafts, checks, postofflce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk i of tho person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, yery reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication: Ocr Cnuiicn Paper is published eyery Wednesday evenine and tho Siienandoaii Valley every Thursday evening, and ent...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 April 1893

For Our Church Paper. Acknowledgments for Alabama Mission. Me. Editor.—The good work of contributing to the Alabama Mission still goes on. 1 hereby acknowledge the receipt of $4.25, a special contribution by the Sunday School of St. Stephen's Evangelical Lutheran congregation, Catawba Co., N. C., Eev. Prof. A. L. Grouse, pastor. This contribution is an Eastor offering by said Sunday School, and is worthy of imitation by the many Sunday Schools in the Tennessee Synod ; for the children should also be taught the grace of Christian giving. Let Sunday Sohool Teachers and Superintendents bear tliis in mind. Many thanks to those liberal children. J. Paul Stirewalt, Treas. Evangelical Luth. Tenn. Synod. For Our Church Paper. Scribbler Answered. Bro. Scribbler, I am very sorry indeed, that so well an informed man as you are, should lend such valuable service to the drunkard ; therefore, to the tearing down of the church and the upbuilding of the devil's kingdom. When I wrote my first articl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 April 1893

WOMAN'S WORK. To wash and liake, to nu'ml ajjd make. The weary steps of toil to ti\ke; To cook and scour, to dupt ahd sweep, A iul all the house In dtSift keefc. To rise at iqorn and o'er Ami o'er Do duties done the day before. And know that in to-morrow's train The same tjilnßS will come o'er flghln: And often to herself to say, The old, old lines in weary way. "From dawn of day, till setting sun. Woman's work Is never done." To watch and pray, to gladly take Love's crosses for love's crownlnit sake; To love and grieve, to smile and weep, Her deepest thoußht in silence keep. To teach and load, to hope and trust— Have t rust betrayed—as woman must, To gently chide, to chcer and hlcss, And bear with patient tenderness Her burdens all; nor shrink away. Hut bravely look ahead and say. "From dawn of life to setting sun. Woman's work is never 4pne." Single vi. Married. They were very pretty, and there was apparently five or six years difference in their ages. As the train pulled up at Bu...

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

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED >8/3. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XXL For Our Clnircli Paper. Japanese Politeness. The Japanese people have been called the Frenchmen of the Orient. The same characteristics that distinguish the French from the other races of the Western world, distinguish tbe Japanese from the other races of the Eastern world. There is the same light, gay humor; the same deferential bearing; the same respected attitude toward all. One of the most remarkable things seen by the nowcomer in all this strange land is the politeness of the people. In a nation which has hardly yet taken its rank among the civilized nations of earth, we do not expect to find a great degree of politeness. But he who knows anything whatever of this people, knows well that their politeness and respect for each other far surpasses that of some nations boasting a much higher civilization. Some have questioned the sincerity of the Japanese, and think that their courtesy and ki...

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