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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 July 1888

ones Eititllibod It 1801 ty Itr. AateOM Hnltl. SOCHATES HKNKEL. AMBROSE L. HENKI L* ELON O. UKNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of 0 JR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH;VALLEY, 11.60 p«r y«r; 11.50 Is Bheuiioih Co., v». Publishers of the " LtmiKHVii.LK Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, lor 92.50 Cash in Advance. Rkmittanokb should be made by drafts, checks, post-olHce money orders, or registerc.l 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. Time of Publication : Ouh Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflcc, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAVER. EDITORS: ltev. S. llenkel, D. D., Ne...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 July 1888

For Our Church Paper. IN MEMOBIAM [Lines on the death of Itov. S. T. Riser, which occurred at Staunton, Va., May 86, 18811.) '*' What m«3#e can be written, what more can be ealJ Of our dearljr leved Sidney whom we speak of as dead ? In the beautiful mansions prepared upon high We'll meet him, If faithful, In the -sweet byandbye." He knows there no sorrow, be knows there no care, But Joins in the music of angels so fair. I an sure there's not one of that angelic host Who sings with more fervor than this loved one we lost. Fond mother, kind slßters and brothers so dear, Only thoughts of his home your sad spirits can cheer. Ah I there's comfort In trusting, come woe or weal. For while we ai o trusting the Father doth heal. Let us lay our deep sorrow at the foot of the Cross, And look unto Jobus as we think of our loss. We'll think of our loved one In hla bright home abovoa Midst the glories of Heaven, knowing naught but Ood's love. Xacb one of his flock he'll be waiting to greet, ' And...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 July 1888

Shut Your Ears. It is pretty plain advice to give a person when you tell him to "shut his month," but it is counsel that is seldom ill-timed. But if one would practice the art of closing the ears first, it would he much easier to keep the moutli closed afterwards. It is something that should be thoroughly learned while young, then it will be remembered through life. Particularly does one need to practice this adage in a small country place, where all the neighbors and townspeople feel in duty bound to interest themselves one in another's affairs and sometimes to the neglect of their own—and where they are given, more or less, to the offensive habit of petty gossiping. We need continually to shut our ears to unpleasant sayings of these wouldbe tale-bearers and news-dealers. They are a pest to intelligent society, and we find them as often in pants as in skirts. Men and women who have but little knowledge of, or care lor, the real and true object of life, and with but slight appreciat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 July 1888

inUßfoi < > CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HEtTKELi & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. WE SHALL BE SATISFIED. What hidden plan* and mysteries Lie thick on ev'ry hand ! The purpose of God's perfcct ways We cannot understand, But graved in lines of shining gold, These gracious words abide, "When in his likeness we awake, We shall be satisfied." We lift to heaven our prayers and plaints, For what we deem is best, Nor trust the gifts our Father sends And leave with him the rest. We plead for special blessings here, And murmur when denied, Forgetful that the promise stands- - "We shall be satisfied." Our best beloved are first to go, Aud leave us one by one; They fade and vanish from our sight, Ere half the journey's done. But by and by the mystic veil Between us will divide, Aud when we find our treasure there, "We shall lie fatisfied " When fame to deck our brow, Her laurel wreath flings down, 'How oft the temples throb with pain Beneath the desired crowu ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 July 1888

Oflos liUbltihit 1b 1806 kr Bit. Ambrose Intel. SOCRATES HENhKL. AMIIKOSE L. HKNKII.* ELOM O. HKMKKI.. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publistiers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANOOAH;VALLEY, 11.60 pir yt»r; 11.SO In Shanuicih Co., V». Publishers of the " LpTiiKnvu.i.K Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Kkmittances should be made by drafts, chucks, post-oftice money orders, or registero I letters; otherwise money is sent at the Tisk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable a lvertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Ont Church Pater is published every Wednesday evening anil the Shenandoah Vai.i,by every Thursday evening, and entered at the postoflice, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Kev. S. llenkel, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 July 1888

For Our Church Paper. Collections. OoUeetion* for the payment tf Expeneet of Delegates to the United Synod at Savannah. Rev. R. A. Yoder's Pastorate $8.75 Concordia Church, Conover 7.00 Holy Trinity, Hickory 5.00 ftinn 5.00 Newton 6 00 St. John's 8.83 For Beneficiary Education. Rufns Mosteller $5.00 J. C. Mosbk. For Our Church Paper. Beneficiary Education.—An Appeal. Attention, Brethren of Synod! The treasury of our education Fuud is empty. We are unable to meet the wants of our young men who are preparing for the ministiy, out of an empty treasury. The small amount of money which the Tennessee Synod raises for general church purposes has lately been referred to in some of our church papers as a stigma on her fair name. Notwithstanding tlie efforts that have been made to justify the Synod, the fact remains that we are doing comparatively little for the general work of the church. It is certain that we fall far short of our duty and of our ability. We need to be aroused to the recogn...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 July 1888

THE TWO MYSTERIES. In the middle of the room, in its white colHn, lny the dead child, a nephew of the poet.— Near it, in a great chair, sat Walt Whitman, surrounded by little ones, and holding a beautiful little yirl on his lap. The child looked curiously at the spectacle of death and then inquiringly into the old man's face. "You don't know what it is, do you, my dear V" said he, lidding, " We don't either." We know not what it is, dear, this sleep so deep and still; The folded hands, the awful calm, the cheek so pale and chill; The lids that will not lift again, though wcmay call and call; Th • strange, white solitude of peace that setties over all. We know not what it means, dear, this desolate heart pain; This dread to take our daily way, and walk in it again; Wc know not to what other sphere the loved who leave us go, Nor why we're left to wonder still; nor why we do not know. Hut this we know: Our loved and dead, if they should come this day— Should come and ask us, "What is l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 August 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. HYMN OF THE FOURTEENTH CEN- TURY. Fighting the battle of life With a weary heart and heatl, For in the midst of the strife The banners of joy are fled! Fled and gone out of sight, When I thought they were so near,— And the murmur of hope this night Is dying away on mine ear. Fighting alone to-night,— With not even a stander-by To cheer me on in the fight, Or to hear me when I cry; Only the Lord can lirar, Only the Lord can see The struggle within, how dark and drour, Though quiet the outside be. Lord, I would fain lie still Aud quiet, behind my shield : But make me to know Thy will, For fear I should over yield. Even as now my hands, 80 doth my folded will Lie waiting thy command'' Without one anxious thrill But uk will) sudden pain My liaud* unfold tkml clasp, So doth my will stand up agaii* And taketh its old firm Nothing but pcrfect trust, And love of Thy perfect w'U, Can raise me out of the dust. A...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 August 1888

Offlto liUbllibtd Id 1906 bj &)▼. Aabron Bnkil. BOCHATE9 IIKN K EL. AMDHOSK L. HENKfcL* ELON O. HKNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co., Va. Publi*her» and Proprietor* of OUR CHURCH PAPER and $1.80 pu rnr; 11.60 la Skiaudtih Co., ▼». I'ublinher* of the '• Lutueuville Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for 92.50 Cash in Advance. Uemittanoes should be made by drafts, checks, post-oltlce money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stumps received. Advertising Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Pcrlioation : Ovr Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflcc, New Market, Va., as Second Clash Matter. OUR OHURCU PAVER. EDITORS: Rev. S. llenkel, D. D., New Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 August 1888

For Our Church Paper. A Trip to Watauga Co., N. C. ~At the request of certain ones, we have agreed to furnish the following article. Owing to the illness of one of Rev. 1). A. Goodman's little sons, the writer agreed to fill his regular appointments in Watauga county. On Friday morning, July 13, 1888, we started on our mission, and traveling on regularly the whole day, we came to Bro. Marcus Bolch's, about eight o'clock in the evening. This Bro. lives within about two miles of the top of the Blue Ridge. We were, indeed, not a little surprised to see such abundance in the midst of those almost insurmountable hills. After being hospitably entertained during the night, we left good Bro. Bolch's, and resumed our journey again. We traveled on about five hours, by which time, we arrived at Bro. Andrew Townsend's. We were now within 300 yards of the schoolhouse where services were to be held. On account of some misunderstanding, in regard to the time for preaching, the congregation was not...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 August 1888

Where Colors Come From. A well known artist gave mo some curious information the other day re garding the source from which the colors one finds in a paint box are derived. Every quarter of the globe is ransacked for the material—animal, vegetable and mineral—employed in their manufacture. From the cochineal insects are obtained the gorgeous carmine, as well as the crimson, scarlet and purple lakes. Sepia is the inky fluid discharged by the cuttlefish to render the water opaque for its concealment when attacked. Indian yellow is from the camel. Ivory black and bone black are made out of ivory chips. The exquisite Prussian blue is got by fusing horses hoofs and other refuse animal matter with impure potassium carbonate. It was discovered by an accident. In the vegetable kingdom are included the lakes, derived from roots, barks and gums. Blucblack is from the charcoal of the vinestalk. Lampblack is soot from certain resinous substances. From the madder plant which grows iu Hindoostan,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 August 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHES 1871, HEITKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. MY JESUS', I LOVE THEE. My Jesus, I love Thee, I know Thou art mine, My Rock and my Portress, Mjr Surety divine; My gracious Redeemer, My Savior art Thou. If ever I loved Thee, My Jesus, 'tis now 1 I love Thee because Thou Hast first loved uie, And purchased my pardon On Calvary's tree; I love Thee for wearing The thorns on Thy brew— If ever I loved Thee, My Jesus, 'tis now. I'll love Thee in life, I'll love Thee in death, And prnife Thee as long As Thou lendeit me breath ; And say, if the death-dew Lie cold on Thy brow, If ever. 1 loved Thee, My Jesus, 'tis now. In mansions of glory 111 endless delight, I'll ever adore Thee In heavenly light: I'll sing with the glitteriug Crown on iny brow. If I ever I loved Tliee, My Jesus, 'tis now. —American Tract Htciettf. For Our Church Paper. The Mode of Christian Baptism. BY KEV. I*. C. HKNKKL, J>. 0. We will tunc comtider the word Bapia and it* def...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 August 1888

Offloo liUMtihod It 1800 by Bot. Ambroic Gonial. BOOIIATKS HKNKF.L. AMHIIOHK L* BKNKKL* ELON O. JIKNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. I'tcbUaheri ami l y roprUtor* of O'JR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH;VALLEY, ll.to ptr ;iu; II.SO Is Iheaultih 0o. t V». Publisher* of the " LtiTiiKuvii.i.K Seminakian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Hkmittanoks should be made by drafts, chocks, post-ottice money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money in sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Kates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Oca Cuiißon Papeh is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Mattek. OUR CHURCH PAVER. EDITORS: llev. S. Ilenk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 August 1888

For Our Churcb Paper. Nates from SaßvHle, Va. The Saltvilk) branch of the N. & W. li. It. opens the door to a little kingdom, which nature has evidently reserved for a favored son. Here we have a little realm of 12,000 acres, enclosed on evrirj- side by mountain ranges, owned by a single corporation. Not a foot of ground can be secured for private use, save for the recognized commercial king, Mr. G. W. Palmer, who controls the corporation and owns the country for miles around. Here we have the largest registered short-horn cattle herd in the world, under the immediate management of Mr. A. M. Bowman, who is a partner in the cattle Arm. Mr. Bowman enjoys an international reputation as an authority in his line of trade; and it is especially pleasing to know that he is no less an authority upon such ecclesiastical questions as naturally concern the thoughtful laymembers of the church. At the request of Mr. Bowman I filled au appointment to preach at Saltville last Sunday. Mr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 August 1888

To Amuse Children. .Bring in tlie bug of clothespins sime day when the children feel fretful, and build pig-pens for them. II tliey take a great fancy to the pins, buy a few dozen to add to their play tilings. One mother, anxious to (in isli some stitching quieted the clamor oils little people with some clothespin dollies, which she dressed in a few moments from scraps of gingham picked up from the floor at her side. Suppose you buy small tack-hammers aid papers of tacks to drive into blocks or shingles. Empty bakingpowder cans with lids, empty bottles without the corks (which are said to be poisonous,) large glass marbles to roll from one to the other across the carpet, small brooms to help mother with the sweeping, can all be included in the list of inexpensive toys. To a mother horrified at sight of the dingiest stew-pau in the cupboard, brought by hor young hopeful into the parlor, where sat a distinguished c iller, was suggested the idea of buying cheap, new tinwaie just for th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 August 1888

church" paper. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. THIS LIFE IS WHAT WE MAKE IT. Let's oftener talk of noble deeds, And rarer of the batones, And sing about our happy days, And not about the sad ones. We were not made to fret and sigh. And when grief sleeps, to wake it; Bright happiness is standing by — This life is what we make it. Let's And the sunny side of men, Or be believers in it; A light there is in every soul That takes the pains to win it. ()I>, there's the slumbering good in ail, And we perchance may make it; Our liauds contain the magic wand — This life is what we make it. Beheading of John the Baptist. "And lie wnt, aud beheaded John in the prison." Malt. xiv. 10. John was pronounced by the Judge of all to In- greater thiin they who had been born of women before hi in aud to be more than a prophet. He wrought indeed no miracle, but he ushered in the Messiah ; anil baptized him; and proclaimed him to the multitude as the Lamb of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 August 1888

Offioo Established ia 1806 b; Eov. Ambroic Benkol. gOOUATES HENKEL. AMBROSE L. IIENKLI.• ELON O. lIENKEL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE. New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH.VALLEY, $1.60 por jrttr; $1.50 la Efcoauioah Co., Vt. Publishers of the " LimiEitviu.E Sum is a m an," 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-ottice 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 Puhi.ioation : Odu Chuboh Papek is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vali.by every Thursday evening, and entered at the postottice, New Market, Va., as Second Class Mattek. OUR CHURCH PAVER. EDITORS: ltev. S. Ilcnk...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 August 1888

For Our Church Paper. Conference Meeting. Proceedings of the N. C. Conference of the Tenn. Synod. Mt. Pleasant Church, Watauga Co., N. C., July 26, 1888. According to adjournment of previous session, the N. C. Conference of the Ev. Luth. Tennessee Synod met at the above place and time. A sermon having been delivered by the Secretary, the Conference was opened with appropriate religions services by Rev. Prof. J. C. Moser. Ministers preseut: Revs. Prof. J. C. Moser, D. A. Goodman, J. A. Rudisill, and C. 11. Bernheim; lay-delegates: Cicero Cline, from St. Paul's, W. W. Stroup, Lutheran Chapel, W. M. Deitz, Zion, N. L. Huffman, St. Stephen's, Willie Reese, Friendship, Alexander Co., Robert Cline, Philadelphia, Caldwell Co., H. A. Davis, Mt. Pleasant, N. E. Herman, Trinity, Alexander Townseud, Friendship, Watauga Co., D. S. Lippard, St. Martin's, Jno. M. Rhodes, Philadelphia, Gaston Co. The president, Rev. J. M. Smith, being absent, Prof. J. C. Moser was elected President pro tern. The C...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 August 1888

Turnips as a Second Crop. The tint or English turnip has been named as a good second crop. It may be sown, says tins A mcrican Cultivator, the latter part of July or August, in drills about a foot a part, and upon good soil, well manured, from which an earlier crop lias been taken. It is unusual to grow from four hundred to eight hundred bushels per acre. It smooth and handsome, they can be sold at from fifteen to twenty-live cents per bushel. They are worth nearly the first named price for feeding to youth, cattle, sheep, or swine, when hay is worth $15 per ton. If not needed for that, it will pay to grow tliein for the sake of ploughing them into the ground late in the fall. The crop of eight hundred bushels would furnish as much fertilizing material as would be in a dressing of twentythree tons of fresh barn-yard manure, with an addition of seventeen bushels j of wood ashes to increase the potash. A part of this would be taken up by the turnip roots l'rom the subsoil, a part from...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 August 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. BOTH. Both of us, dear, Yes, both, The last soft rustling of these elms shall licnr, And then shall go, To sit beneath the "tree of lifeand so, Why should we fret, That one, the "leaves of healing" first will get? Both of us, dear, Yea, both, Shall for the last time seethe ripples clcar Of yonder brook, And then upon the living waters look. Why should it seem Bo hard to wait an hour beside the stream ? Both of us, dear, Yes, both, [near, The pearly gates shall some glad day draw Freed from this load of suffering and sin, And enter in, How blest we are If one, going first, can hold Ihe gate ajar. Both of lis, dear, Yes, both, Shall see the last faint twilight disappear On moon or star, From this low window where our clasped hands are. Why feel dismay, If I, for you, should seek the ui«waid way? Both of us, dear, Yes, both, Shall learn the final lesson of a year, And then shall rise To the great Master t...

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