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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 August 1888

.".3J in ISO 6 3?" AnlroM H«ckol. BKi'lt . i 11KN 1.1.. VMBROSK 1. IIUNKH. I KLiIK I'. IirKKI.L. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE. New Maiket. Shenandoah Co.. Va. Publishers aiul Proprietors of O'JIJ CHURCH PAPEH and SHENANDOAH.VALLEY, 41.C0 par ;•«; II.CC Is Jhouidctfc Co., V». Publishers of the ■ I.rriIKHVII.I.K SEMINARIAN," Maryland. •'Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" will be senl to any ono address, for one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Uemittanoes should be made by drnftH, cheeks, post-office money orders, or registerc l letters; otherwise money is sent at the rink of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising. Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Time of Publication : Our Churoh Pai>br is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vaelby every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. 01'R €lIURCII PAPER. EDITORS: Itflv....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 August 1888

The College authorities at Watertown, Wis., are erecting an additional building to accom modate the increased number of students. President Ernst announces that it will be finished by the beginning of September. It contains, also, an Infirmary, so that in case of sickness, the stadents may be properly cared for without danger to the rest. An English Lutheran church has been organized at Scranton, Miss., by ltev. J. F. Doesclier of the Mo. Synod. This in connection with Moss Point and Pascazola will make a new charge. Rev. Prof. C. Newton "Vonce is Principal of the Graded School at Moss Point, and gives occasional service for the benefit of the Lutherans there. Bev. F. .1. Cooper, pastor of the Methodist church at Newark, Ills., in a fit of insanity, made repeated ett'orts to kill himself a fortnight since. The pastor of the Methodist church on John St., New York City, in which the Boy Preacher, Harrison, which "boy" is now about 35 years old, fell down as one dead, and the boy sang ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 August 1888

"YKSTEMDAYS." < iolic! ami tliey return no more. Hilt tliev leave a light in the heart: The murmur of waves thai kiss a shore Will never, 1 know, depart. (lone! yet with us still they stay, Ami their memories throb through life : The music that hushes or stirs to-day. Is toned by their calm or strife. Clone ! and yet they never go! We kneel at the shrine of Time: 'Tis a mystery no man may know. Nor tell in a poet's rhyme. I'BOTKCT the Birds.—Farmers and gardeners cannot be too often or strongly urged bo protect and encourage all insectivorous birds. Regard ing the value of birds to the farmer, Prof. Stearns of Connecticut states that a young robin in the nest re quires a daily supply of food more than equivalent to its own weight. The swallows are the natural enemies of the midges and similar insects that prey on grain. It is estimated that the nestlings of a single pair of swallows will in three weeks consume half a million insects. The king bird is strictly insectivorou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 August 1888

< i v CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL <fc CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. For Our Church Paper. A Few Words to Sinistra. Dear Mr. Editor:—Not being a contributor to Our Church Paper, w6 liave waited patiently to see if some one else would not reply to Sinistra's remarks on the Lord's Supper, wbich appeared a few weeks ago. From wbat we had lieard of Sinistra, we supposed, when we begau to read his article, that we would fiud something original, or at least erudicious. But we found nothing but au attempt to defend that old Reformed Pet, that the breaking of the bread is necessary to constitute the Lord's Supper. Does not Sinistra know that the institution of the Lord's Supper is what must be maintained, and not what preceded it or followed after it! If he wants to retain all that was done, then why does he not always celebrate the Lord's Supper in "a large upper room," and that in Jerusalem, and observe the rite of fool washing also? Christ bait washed his d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 August 1888

Offiss IstebllilMi Is 1306 by lor. AmtroH Boskol. SOCHATES fIENKKL. AMIIHOH* L. HENKLL* ELON O. HKNKEL. HENKEL & CO. S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market, Shenandoah Co.. Va. Publishers ami Proprietors of O'JR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH;VALLEY, SI.CO pgr yo»r; 11.50 Is Ghentndoih Co., Vi. Publishers of the " Lutiikhvii.i.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley" Will be r ent to any one address, tor one year, for $2.50 Cash in Advance. Hbmittanobs should bo made by drafts, chocks, post-office money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable a lvertiscments, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Timk ok Publication : Or« Church Pavkh is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Vali.by every Thursday evening, and entered at the postofllce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Matter. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: ltev. S. Henkel,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 August 1888

For Our Church Paper. Conference Proceedings. FIRST SESSION. The thirty-tilth annual convention ol" the Virginia Conference of the Evangelical Lutheran Tennessee Synod met in Trinity church—Rev. I. Courier's charge,—Rockingham Co., Va., at 2 o'clock P. M., on the 17th of August, 1888. Rev. A. L. Crouse preached the opening sermon front Ps. 145, 9. After divine services, Conference was called to order by the President, Rev. A. L. Crouse. After the ministerial roll was called, the following lay delegates were eulisted. LAY OKLEGATBS. John N. Armentrout, McGaUeysville, Rockingham Co.; Jonathan Koiner, Bethlehem, Augusta Co.; Michael Armentrout, Trinity, Rockingham Co.; Richard Harding, St. Peter's, Page Co.; Joel Foltz, St. Paul's, Page Co.; Silone Sours, Grace, Page Co.; John Sours, Mt. Calvary, Page Co.; Alfred L Miller, Morning Star, Page Co. ; D. I. Offman, Emmanuel, New Market, Va.; Lewis A. Tussing, Mt. Zion, Shenandoah Co.; Samuel A. Ryinan, Rader's, Rockingham Co. ; M. F. Tussi...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 August 1888

The Story of "Annie Laurie." The famous song that is sung by all singers of the present day, I am informed is a mystery as to the author. I was raised 011 the next farm to .las. Laurie, Annie Laurie's father. 1 was personally acquainted with her and her father, and also with the author of the song. Knowing these facts I have been requested by my friends to give the public the benefit of my knowledge which I have consented to do. Annie Laurie was born 1827, and was about seventeen years old, when the incident occurred which gave rise to the song bearing her name. Jas. Laurie, Annie's father, was a farmer who lived and owned a very large farm called Traglestown, in Dumfriesshire, Scotland. He hired a great deal of help, and among those' he employed was a man by the name of Wallace to act as foreman, and while in his employ Mr. Wallace fell in love with Annie Laurie, which fact her lathe, soon learned and forthwith discharged him. lie went to his homo which was in Maxwelton, and was ta...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 September 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. IiL'ILDING. Souls are built as temples areSunken deep, unseen, unknown, Lies the sure foundation-stone. Then the courses framed to bear Lift the cloisters pillared fair. Last of all tbe airy spire, Soaring heavenward, higher and higher, Nearest sun and nearest star. Souls are built as temples areInch by inch in gradual rise Mount the layered masonries. Warring questions have their day, Kings arise aud pass away, Laborers vanish one by one, SI ill the temple is not done, Still completion seems afar. Souls are built as temples are— ILure a carving rich and quaint; There the image of a saint; Here a deep-liued pane to tell Sacred truth or miracle ; Every little helps the much. Every careful, careless, touch Adds u charm or leaves a scar. Souls are buiit as temples are Based ou truth's eternal law Sure aud steadfast, without Haw, Through the sunshine, through the .<mo«i>-, Up and on t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 September 1888

0993 lititllihei It 1806 ty lor. Anbroio Erakll. iOCBATES ntNKEI,. AMIIIIOSE L. HJCNKLI,* KLON O. UKNKKL. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, New Market. Shenandoah Co., Va. Publisher* ami Proprietor! of OUR CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAHIVALLEY, 11.60 po: ynr; SI.CO Is Ohioudoih Co., Ti. Publinhcru ufthe "Lctiibkvim.k Seminarian," Maryland. "Our Church Paper'' and "Shenandoah Valley" will be sent to any one address, for one year, for 92.50 Cash in Advance. Kemittanoes should be made by drafts, ch 'c.ks, post-olUee money orders, or registered letters; otherwise money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps received. Advbhtisino Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tim it of Publication : Oik Cuuhoii Pai-kh is published every Wednesday evening and the Shenandoah Valley every Thursday cvouing, and entered at the postofflce, New Market, Va., as Second Class Mattkk. OUR CHURCH PAPER. EDITORS: Rev. S. lluukel, 1...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 September 1888

For Our Church Paper. Summary of the Discussion on the Theses on Repentance, at the late Convention of the Virginia Conference of the Ev. Luth. Tennessee Synod. BY EEV. H. WETZEL. 1. The TKKM MtPENTAKCB. Repentance is an act of grace wrought in the heart by the Holy Spirit, through the means of grace,— the Word and Sacraments. The term Repentance is sometimes so used as to deuote sorrow for sin, and sometimes so as to denote the whole work of grace. At present, in a more particular manner, we will speak of it thus: It is an act of divine grace and not of human merit, and is not of human production; neither is it the production of wild, fanatical, and enthusiastical harangues, often mistaken for the producing causcs of repentance. But it comes through the light and power of the Law and the power and grace of the Gospel. Iu other words, the instrumentalities for bringing itabout are the Word and the Sacraments, applied by the Holy Spirit. There is no genuine repentance without these i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 September 1888

How to Treat Boys. Get hold of the boy's heart. Yon <ler locomotive comes like a whirlwind down the track, and a regiment of armed men might seek to arrest it in vain. It would crush them and plunge unheeding on. But there is a little lever in its mechanism that at the pressure of a man's hand will slacken its speed and bring it, panting and still, like a whipped spaniel at your feet. By a similar little lever is the vast steamer guided hither and yonder upon the ocean, in spite ol wind and title. That sensitive and responsive spot by which a boy's life is controlled is his heart. With your grasp gently and firmly in that helm, you may pilot him whither you will. Never doubt that he has a heart. Bad and willful boys very often have ten derest hearts, hidden away somewhere beneath the incrustations of sin or bellind barricades of pride. It is your business to get at their heart; to keep hold of it by sympathy, confiding in him, manifestly working only for his good; by litt...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 September 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. STEP BY STEP. BT B. T KINOBLA. Step by step upon the stem The flowers, one by one, Unfurl their hearts unto the air And glimmer to the sun. Bright and glad, each lifts its head To list to God's command, And at his word each wide doth spread ■ i i Its sweet breath o'er the land. i : Step by step should we be lead, By sorrows wisely sent To draw u« nearer to the home Toward which our way is bent. May we also raise above i Glad hearts aud undetiled, And like the flowers shed sweet love As God's gift to His child. The Lutheran Home. For Our Church Paper. Is the Self-Administration of the Lord's Supper Admissible? Mk. Eihtoh:—For sometime this question lias occupied my mind. Having had souic conversation with some learned men in our Lutheran church on the subject referred to in this question, I had hoped they or some others worild give expression to their views through the columns of our religious papers. I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 September 1888

Offloo littbllihoA It IBOS 6? Iw. AmtroM Inltl. | BO.UATKS ITBNkKI" \MHIIOSS L. HENKLL* * I LON O. I1&NK&L. i HF.NKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE, Nbw Market. Siienandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of OUH CHURCH PAPER aiidSHEKANDOAH;VALLEY, Sl.eo p;r jur; SI.GO In ISnwdoah 00., T». Puhlisher* of the " b I'HBRVII.I.K SEMINARIAN," Maryland. •Ojr Church Papui" and "Shenandoah Valley ' : will be sunt to any one uddress, lor one year, for, J2.GO Cash in Advar.cc. liKMiTi'ANous should be made by drafts, , i'.i. ,:i. t, post-nflU'c mi ni'v orders, or registered ieueiWj otherwisr money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Stamps rec ived. Advertising Hates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tim;', ok Publication Ouk Church Paper is published every Wednesday evening and tin- Shenandoah Vau.rv every Thursday eve'iing, and entered nt the postoffiee, New Market, Va., as Skoond (Jlask Matter....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 September 1888

For Our Church Paper. Lutheran Almanac and Year Book for 1889. Hoping soon again to bring this important annual to accurate completion, for the Lutheran Publication Society, I respectfully solicit the aid of all secretaries of Synods, heads of educational and eleemosynary institutions, &c., to furnish me with the usual statistics. To insure correctness in P. O. address, ministers who have recently changed their location, or will soon change, would do well to give direct information. To prevent error, it would greatly aid in securing accuracy, if those reporting to the church papers ministerial changes would always give the old address as well as the new, as also the synodical relation. Another matter of much consequence, since many names are nearly alike, iB that of carefully writing the names of ministers. Prompt favors will be much appreciated. MATTHIAS BHEELEIGB, Editor, Fort Washington, Montgomery Co., Pa. For Our Church Paper. A Correction. Dear Mr. Editor In my art...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 September 1888

TIIE LITTLE WOMAN. Hi.n't talk to mc of Olympus' maids, "Divinely tall and fair"— Of Cleopatra's imperial form Or Juno's stately air. Those miplity dames, with redoulited names, May erst have held their sway : 'Tis the little woman—bless her heart! — Who rules the world to-day. With her willful, winsome ways. Her artful, artless smiles — , i Hit airy grace and her fairy fare— Her wisdom, wit and wiles, [strength, Sin' mocks the pride and she sways the She bends the will of man, Ah only such a despotic elf— A little woman—can. Though her pathway may lead thro' the darkest ways, Sue always finds a light, Though her eyes be dazzled by fortune's rays, She's sure to sec aright; Though her wisdom be of no special school, llcr logic "just because." The first has settled a kingdom's fate, The last has made its laws. 'Tis the little woman that goes ahead When men would lag behind ; The little woman who sees her chance. And always knows her miud— Who can slyly smile as she takes the oath To h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 September 1888

CHURCH PAPER, ESTABLISHED 1873. HEN"KEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. Fo Our Church Paper. MODE OF BAPTISM. BY KEY. P. (!. HENKEL, I). D. As instances of the correctness of the above, we notice that Paul repre sents baptism as a washing—Epli. 5, 26; Tit. 3, 5. Aud in Acts 22, 16, Ananias uses wash as synonymous with baptize; if not, the word "baptized" implies more than the "wash away," or the "wash away" implies more than the word "baptized;" and if baptized implies more tliau could or did result from it in the "wash away," then the word "baptized" was not able to do what it was intended to do, namely, to wash away sin. But if the washing away of sin is dependent upon ii larger quantity ol water, than is found i>i the term sprinkle or wash, and that larger quantity of water is found only iu the. "be baptized" then, for the want of a word indicating a sufficient quantity of water, and also the proper word to express the proper mode of baptism, Ananias did not...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 September 1888

IsUWshti In 18CC t; Bo*. labroio Htnfcrt. BCK'BATKS 11KN hKL. A MDBOHE Ij. IIKNKt LELON (». UKNKIiii. HENKEL & CO.'S PRINTING HOUSE New Market. Shenandoah Co., Va. Publishers and Proprietors of . 0 J« CHURCH PAPER and SHENANDOAH.VALLEY, SI.CO pi: jo it ; SI. SC to ShnulMli Co., Tt. Publishers of the " Lctiiebvh.i.k Skminakiax," Maryland. "Our Church Paper" and "Shenandoah Valley' will be sent to any one address, tor one year, for 92.50 Cash in Advance. Kkmittanoks should be made by drafts, checks, post-offloe money orders, or registercd letters; otherwise money is sent at the ri tk of the person who forwards it. Stamp* received. A.DVKHTIBINU Rates, for unobjectionable advertisements, very reasonable, and furnished upon application. Tivb of Publication : OnH Ciirw n Patki is published every Wednesday evening ami the Shenandoah" Vau.v.y every Thursday ev< ning, and entered at the pnstofflce, Ncv Market, Va., sis 6bix>no Ci.ahs Mattkk. OUR CHURCH PAPER...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 September 1888

For Our Church Paper. Alma, Va., Items. Dear Chuhch Papeb : I ilesire to give you a few items, which you may consider worthy of note. Rev. P. C. Wike, of Tom's Brook, Shenandoah Co., Va., preached several able and very interesting sermons on the mode and subjects of Christian Baptism, on Saturday and Sunday last, in this place. Suffice it to say, that Brother Wike acquitted himself iu such a maimer, that to make an appointment for him here, will insure him a large congregation. The Lord's Supper will be administered ( Dei Gratia) in Alrna Fair View Church, Page Co., Va., on the stli Sunday of Sept. On Saturday previous services are to commence at 2i o'clock P. M., and 011 Sunday at 11 A. M. ltev. Dr. S. Henkel, of New Market, Va., is expected to be present, aud preach on this occasion. Respectfully, J. W. Hausenfujck. For Our Church Paper. The Luther Play at Giessen. So much has bccu said about this remarkable production, 011 the order of the Oberainuiergan, that we clip some extrac...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 September 1888

RUIIMOUS department MY REFUGE. I'sa. civ 17, 18. To the rock flies the conoy, The stork to her nest. When tempests tvre gathering And black in Lite west; So swift, by life's trials O'crwhclmcd and oporessed, 1 fly to my refuge. Jehovah, my rcstl the nest, whither speedeth The storm-beaten bird, Alott, on the flr-top By tempests Is stirred; . But the nosf of my refuge No storm-wind can smite; 'Tls the breast of Jehovah, I'm safe from affright. The rock where the coney Seourely may hide Is set in the mountain's Cold, pittiless side; '. But the rock of my safety. The homo of my quest. 'Tls the heart of my Saviour; How warm and how blest I Then blow, thou wild tempest I fear not thy might; Though blackly thou lowercst, My prospect is bright. Jehovah, my Saviour, I tly to Thy breast; >t Dear rock of my refuge 1 Dear sheltering nest I —AUci Boitt'j I food, in (Jotpel AQft. THE LORD'S PORTION. Where It Is and Wlio Withholds It—Th« Harvest Is Waiting and the Heapers An fUady. The...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 September 1888

CHURCH PAPER. ' ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XVI. For Our Church Paper. MODE OF BAPTISM. BY BEY. I'. C. IIENKEL, D. D. It certainly was not Paul's purpose, in Heb. 0,10, to tell us about a diversity of modes, and that they were all immersions!! I have seen men get their heads so full of mode, that they had no room for the thing they were trying to give form, so it still remain- > ed mode! If baptism is mode, then be it so: "He that believeth and is baptized (is moded) shall be saved! Reader! wherever you find th« word baptize in the Scriptures, substitute the word, immerse, or dip, or mode, &c., and you will find opportunities to be moded with the mode, or dipped with a dipping, &c. But the man so deeply overwhelmed in the mode will doubtless retort and say, give like directions in regard to sprinkle, pour, fall upon, &c., and you will have similar absurdities to follow. Very much obliged to you, very m...

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