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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1875

CHURCH PAPER Rev. W. E. HUBBERT, | Rev. L. A. FOX, ]• Editors. Hev. S. HENKEL. J HENKEL & CO., PUBLISHERS. (AOL. 111. COMMUNICATION. For Our Church PaperHirelings. Human beings associated together io the various departments of life, canuOt possibly do without the assistance of each other, This assistance is of a threefold character, mutual, voluntary, and compulsory. Mutual, that is, if yon assist me, I will assist you. Voluntary, that is, if it suits my convenience I will assist you. Compulsory, which constitutes by far the largest class, and which may be sub-divided into two classes, the slave who has no choice, and the needy who sells his assistance or his services to the highest bidder. All service is not of like importance or of equal value. Nor can yon put au equa] estimate valued by the standard of dollars and cents upon every class of service. For instance, the services of a great general in the army, who saves a nation from sutjugation and disgrace, cannot surel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1875

OUR CHURCH PAPER. RKV. w. E IIUBBERT, ) i REV. L. A.' FOX, > EDITORS. Rev. S. HENKEL, ) TERMS CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $2 00 To clubs of twenty-five, for each 1 50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, Theoolgical Students } 50 i 10 cents additional from each subscriber j will be required, to prepay the postage for ; the year. No names entered on the books without first payment in advance. . RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, of ten lines, brevier, $1 00, first nsertion ; cach subsequent insertion, .75. 1 mo. 2 inos. 3 mos. A vr. 1 yr. ; 1 sqr. $2 50 400 500 700 10 00 j 2 sqs. 400 (1 00 800 12 00 20 00; 3 sqs. 000 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 ; \ col. 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 } col. 12 00 20 00 80 00 40 00 00 00 1 col. 25 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Business Letters should be directed to Rev. S. l...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1875

Hev.G. A. Hough.—We ate sorry to learn the resignation of this In other, but hope lie «ill soon be directed to a suitable field of labor where be can l e adequately supported. The Orangeburg charge should be supplied with a pastor as promptly as possible, lest they lose the ground already gained with so inuc'i labor.— Visitor. Mummer Hill, I'd.— lie v. 11. Baker, pastor of ttie Fir»t Luilivran church, of this city, is to lecture on Monday evening, the 231 lnst .in the Lutheran church, Suuituerhill, Cambria county, for the benefit of that congregation. His subject will be "Man iu the Use and Abuse of his Tongue.'—Altoona Tribune. lie v. C. Startzuian's address is changed from Clearspriug, Md., to Hagerstown, Md. ■ m ■ - Rev. A. L. Bridgman's address is changed from Argusville, N, Y., to Bouk's Hill, Ontario, Canada. Rev. J. J. Suman's address is changed from Georgetown, D. C., to No. 228 10th street, N. E. between B and C, Washington, D. C. Itev. J. R. Williams, of Bloomsburg Pa., ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1875

From the " Shenandoah \ alley. SONG OF AUTUMN. FROM THE GERMAN. Gay are the woods, altho' not green, And bright the stubble fields, 1 ween ; Now, Autumn sear her mantle spreads! Red leaves are falling here and there! Gay are the mists above our heads! Cold blow tlie winds and blighting are ! The full bunched grapes how purple 100k — Within the Vineyard's every nook ! Hard by the beauteous BalustradeSweet peaches all are coated o'er — With white—with red of every shade That ever coated peach before! Behold, behold the eager Maid By her sweet plums and pears arc laid Within the basket prim and neat And e'en those golden quinces there, With lightsome foot-steps—fairy fleet— Into the Farm-house she doth bear! Full many an agile Carrier springs, Full many a lovely Maiden sings! All jubilant is every song There hangs full many a joyous band Around the grape vine high and strong, While 011 the huts of straw they stand The Violin and Flute doth play In the red of departing day; And in the l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 October 1875

- / . S7 , CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. E. HUBBERT, | Rev. L. A. FOX, f Editors, .lev. S. HENKEL. J HENKEL & CO., PUBLISHLES. VOL 111. THE BTKANGKR CHILD. BY ETHEL I.YSST. The soul of a saintly woman Went in by tits crystal bar, With the breath of the morning twilight, By the light of the evening star. A band of the waiting angels Came down like a snowy cloud, As she entered over the threshold And looked at the shining crowd. The faces of her beloved, Lost out of her years of pain, Cnrae glowing in guise angelic To look in her eyes again. For the smiling of Earth's remembrance Was theirs, as it used to lie. Ere the silver cord 3 of the ferry Brew home o'er the narrow sea— But clothed in the mystic samite, With palm in its busy hand, Lo ! close in the ranks, a stranger, At home in the linked band, Came close with a cry of welcome, Came close with a Child's caress, Whilst the saintly woman wondered From whence it had eome to bless. Till the voice of a waiting angel Came back with...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 October 1875

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. E HUBBERT, ) REV. L. A.' FOX, - EDITORS. Rev. 8. IIENKEL, > TERMS CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $2 00 To clubs of twenty-five, for each 1 00 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, Theoolgical Students 1 50 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for ! the year. No names entered on the books without first ; payment in advance. RATES OP ADVERTISING. One square, of ten Hues, brevier, $1 00, first | nsertion ; each subsequent insertion, .75. 1 mo. 2 mos. 3 mos. $ yr. 1 yr. 1 sqr. $2 50 400 500 700 10 00 2 sqs. 400 000 800 12 00 20 00 a sqs. aOO 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 i col. 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 i col. 12 00 20 00 30 00 40 00 00 00 1 col. 25 00 80 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 Remittances must be made by Post Otlice Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Business Letters should be directed to Rev. 8. Ilenkel, New Mar...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 October 1875

would endanger his life. It «a- then soon circulated among the assembly, that Rev. 11. was not able to debate, and asked to have it put off to give him time to iccruit. May was informed of this; was kindly asked to post pone, but no, he would have his speech —would not consent to put off, said it was fair and just for him to make his third speech, which would give him three speeches to 1,'.-,, two. He was told i* would not be fair, that Rev. H., would not treat him so, were he disabled* After this interview iu the yard, he pressed into the church, saying he would have his speech. He was told to leave it to the audience, and if they said so, for him then to go on, He replied, he w. aid not do that; for it- was mostly composen of Laitherns, and they would object. He was then told it might be left alone to the Methodists there. If they agreed for him to go on, then it should be so. Did he agree to that ? No. It was with difficulty and some commotion iu tho assembly, that he was prevent...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 October 1875

THE MYSTERIES OF PRAYER. BT .TOIIE S. B. MONSKM,, LI.. 1). I ask'd for grace to lift me high Above the world's depressing cares ; God sent me sorrows with a sigh I said, "He has not heard my prayers." I ask'd for light,that I might see My path along life's thorny road ; But clouds and darkness shadow'd me When I expected light from God. I ask'd for peace, that 1 might rest To think my sacred duties o'er ; When lo ! such horrors fill'd my breast As I had never felt befoie. "And oh," I cried, "can this be prayer, AVhose plaints the steadfast mountains move ? Can this be heaven's prevailing care— And, O my God, is this Thy love ? But soon I found that sorrow, worn As duty's garment, strength supplies, And out of darkness, meekly borne, Unto the righteous light doth rise. And soon I found that fears, which stirr'd My startled soul God's will to do, On me more real peace conferr'd Than in life'scalm I ever knew. Then, Lord, in Thy mysterious ways Lead my dependent spirit on, And, whensoe...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

CHURCH PAPER, Rev. W. E. HUBBERT, ( Rev. L. A. FOX. \ Editors, •lev. S. HENKEL. ) HEKKIL CO., PtJBLI. HEBS. |V. "ROCK OF AGES." '• Ruck of Ages. cleft for me." Thoughtlessly the maiden sung. Fell the word* unconci»ualy Fnm her girlish tongue : Sang UK the little children nine '• Sane is ni»K« thr bird in June; Fell th.i w->r la Hkj Unlit le.ivcn down On the current of the tune—- " Rock <«f Vgea cleft for me, Let me hide mytelf in Thee." " l.'-f me Hide myself in Thee." Felt, her soul no need to hide; Siveet the aong a* song could be— And ahe had no thought betide*; All the words unheedingly Fell from the lips untouched by care Dreaming not they each might he Oo some other li|>s a prayer—- " Rock of cleft for me, Let me hide tnyself iu Thee." " Rock of Agos, cleft for me"— 'Twas a woman sung them now, Pleading and prayorfully Every word her heart did know. Rose the song as storm-tossed bird Beats with every wing the air, Every note with sorrow stirred...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Bit. W. £ HUBBERT, > Bit. L. A.' FOX. <■ EDITOR Bbt. 8. HENKEL, i TERMS CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum '-$2 0( To clubs of twenty-five, for each 1 sli To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, Tbeoolgical Students J 50 10 cent* additional from each subscribe] will be required, to prepay the postage foi the year. RATES OP ADVERTISING One square, of ten lines, brevier, $1 00, first nsertion ; each subsequent insertion, .75. 1 mo. 3 mos. 3 mos. i yr. 1 yr. 1 »qr. f2 50 400 500 500 10 00 3 sqs. 400 600 800 12 00 20 0U 8 sqc. 600 800 13 00 15 00 25 00 -1 col. 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 85 00 -} col. 18 00 20 00 80 00 40 00 60 00 ! col. 25 00 80 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 . Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money Is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Business Letters should be directed to Rev. 8. Henkel, New Market, Vn., but moneys may be sent to any of the editors....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

Hu.titi <>l 11 iMm I Ml. I'm ■in, F ai iu: S. uiiiiHi x (Miivt iicil on l lit- s'> ll " 1 ' '" l " M" , !l „<>>* was a''* ihlml to Inn uotliinj: nee 4 .«siiry t<> uimkt* public. Prof L. IJ. Itotli rock is giving very general sutis inaction as a teacher and a citizen. It, seems that Drew Theological Setninery lost all it* endowment b< the failure < f it* founder, the stock speculator, Diniel Drew, but- the Metlioilis' n lii-ld a meating and resolved not to sus| end the school. Tbe> will raise the necessary muans otherwise. I* 'bi* not a commentary on such gitts? It is all folly to say that more whi»Key is drunk where no license is gram p d than where it is. To the proof, you who asßert it! Book Notices. B,iuntag»chulbuch fur EvangeliahLu:hrri»k Gemeinclei'. —Thin book, published l>y 'l ,w General Council, has bei ii noticed in Gmt Chuuoh Paper already, b...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

OF SUCH IS THE KING.JON OF HEAVEN. Little feet may find the pathway, Leading upward unto God, Little hands may learn to scatter Seeds of precious truth abroad. Youthful hearts may be tlie temple, For the Spirit's dwelling-place ; Childhood's lips declare the riches Of God's all-abounding grace. Little ones, though frail and earth-born. Heirs of blessed Less may be, For the Saviour whispcreth gently, "Suffer such to come to Me.' And in that eternal kingdom, 'Mid the grand, triumphant throng. Childish voices sweet may mingle In the glorious choral song. —Apples of (fold. [Pulished by request.] NOTHING BUT LEAVES. Mark: 11, 13. "Nothing but leaves !" No fruitage there To repay the husbandman's tender care ■> For mercies freely given. Tbo' He seeketh for fruit from year to year He fiudeth but leaves, leavps yellow and sear, No fruit is there found for Heaven; Aad the loving spir/t of Jesus grieves, That be fiudeth thereou "nothing but leaves.*' " Nothing but leaves!" none fai...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Bit. W. E lIUBBERT, ) Bit. L. A.' FOX, EDITORS'. B«v. S. HENKEL, ) terms CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. | One copy, per annum $2 00 I To clubs of twenty-five, for each 1 50 To Minifcters, Widowb of Ministers, Theoulgical Students 1 30 10 cent# additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. BATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, of ten lines, brevier, i|l 00, first uMrtion ; each subsequent insertion, .75. 1 mo. 2 mos. 3 mos. J yr. 1 yr. 1 tor. t2 50 400 500 700 10 00 t BUR. 400 000 800 12 00 20 00 a km. «00 _8 00 12 00 15 00 25 00 !col. 800 Tl 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 col. 12 00 20 00 30 00 40 00 tiO 00 col. 25 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 Remittances must be made by Post Office Order*, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the riak of the person who forwards it. Business Letters should be directed to Rev. )?. Henkel, New Market, Va., but moneys may be sent to any of the editors. All Communications shou...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 April 1876

Mission.—We learn th:>t i <• Mission in Bristol, Ttnn. is q ite p omising. The o| ci itions of Rev. IM\ A. .1 Browrt and <>t' llcv. Prof, Groin r, at that place, w i ii u view of et-ti Wishing a church there, are ettcoi r.iging. The prospects for success aiv bright, and still brightening. This h a very important point, and we can see no reasou why a congregation cannot he organized ami a t linn-ii erected there, espetjajK the i Holts of ministers so ahle, i flicient, and inllneiitiiil. These brethcrn preach there alternately; tliey' are uiost acceptable ministers, and by the blessing of the Great Head of the Church, their efforts must be crowned with success. Such efforts are labor in the right direction. The church should be planted in every town and city. Such pices should receive more attention than they genererally do. They may be made centres. "srflfrnd'wliieli good congregations. can be built up. Too long have we neglected such point...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 June 1876

CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. E. IIUBBERT, { Rev. L. A. FOX, ( Editors, •lev. S. HENKEL. J HENRE & CO., PUBLISHERS IV. TUB DARK KIVER. I've been thinking of the river, That holds two worlds apart; The stream whose murmuring* surges. Strike chill upon the heart, This aide, Life'* battle wages, Down to tbe sullen tide— But peace eternal dwelleth Upon the ether side. This side the sweetest flowers Must some time yield to blight, And the joy of sunniest hours Be clouded by the night. But wasting may not enter, Tbe sun shall no more bide, For God's own glory shiueth Upon the other side. This side the happiest pilgrim Must leel the thorn, the loss; Tbe ligthest heart still kuoweth Its owu peculiar cross. But mauy a precious jewel, Lost in the rusbing tide, Will be given iu brighter lustre Upon the other side. This side, the tears and hoart break, And graves beside tbe way, And trembling hands unclasping Prom "idols formed of clay." No death, nor pain, nor crying, Nor any eurse shall b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 June 1876

OUR CHURCH PAPER. !■▼. W. E HUBBTER, ) R*v. L. A. FOX, - EDTIORS. R«v. 8. HENKEL, J TERMS CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE.; One copy, per annum $2 00 To clubs of twenty-live, foreach 1 50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, Theo•lgical Students 1 50 10 cents additional from eHrh subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for 1 the year. ! RATES OF ADVERTISING. One square, of ten lines, brevier, !jl 00, first nsertion ; each subsequent insertion, .75. 1 rao. 2 mos. 3 mos. k vr. 1 vr. 1 sqr. $2 50 400 600 700 10"00 2 Bqe. 400 800 900 12 00 20 00 8 sqs. 600 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 }col. 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 35 00 j T»l. 12 00 20 00 30 0 0 40 0 0 00 00 1 COJ. 25 00 30 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 Remittances must be made by Post OiHce Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwards it. Business Letters should be directed to Rev. 8. Henkel, New Market, Va., but moneys way be sent to any of the editors. All Communications s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 June 1876

For Our Church Paper. A Free Conference. We, the undersigned, having met for the purpose of considering the propriety of holding n Free Conference in the bounds of the Lutheran Church in N, C., preseut the following, viz: Haviug seen a copy of a call submitted to the consideration of the Va. Conference of the Evan. Luth. Teuu. Synod, by Lev. P. C. Ilenkel, and the same having been approved by said Conference and submitted to the brethren in N. C.. connected with the Evang. Luth. Tenu. Synod, to hold a similar Conference first in N. G., in the month of June or July next, immediately after in the state of Va., to discuss, in Free Conference, the distinctive position of our Lutheran Church in regard to doctrine and practice, with a view to forward the work of our Lutheran zion west of the Mississippi, as also in our own immediate bounds in N. C.. and, believing that much good would leMult from such Conference, especially by those who are deeply and locally interested in the work; we, t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 June 1876

BREATHE NOT A SIGH. " Oh, breathe not a sigh For the hours goue by, Not n tear to their memory give, Life's billows are rough And bring sorrow enough, Yet u-jt for despair do we live. Like a benutiful star That twinkles ufar. Gleams Hope through the vista of years; By her soul-lighting beam. Some loug cherished dream Realized in the future appears. On the bright scroll of fame Sees the scholar a name— A name to the world not unknown; Thero's bliss in his eye. Oh, know ye not why ! That name—that pond uame is his own. Aud the poet's heart throbs With a sweet hope that robs [ Cold neglect of its bitterest days, That posterity must. When he sleeps iu the dust, O'er his grave hang a garlaud ol liays. E'en the lover's farewell, While it falls like a knell, Of death, on the passionate heart. Leaves not quite despair. For hope whispers there, •'You will meet again never to part," Then never look back O'er an unlovely track. But onward life offers thee yet Some hours of delight. As blissful...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1880

CHURCH * PAPER. - i. Rev. "W. E. HUBBERT, f ftev. L. A. FOX, / Editors. R*T. S. HENKEL. ) HENKEL & CO., PUBLISHERS. 8. For Our Churcl' 1 ~por. I.lnes, written on tbe thr«e hundred and «ni«lh4nil(M«tir tl l Ik Prtionta tlon of the ingueburg Confusion. BY "W. F. M6BEIIEAD. llccitctl hy Miss lltlk u, Duellat a Jubilee held at St. John's Luth. Church, Wythevillc, Aug. 0. Hark! from old Augsburg'scentury-crowned walls, A ruuasago (loop strikes on our modoru oars; As thro' tirao's vista dim its echo fulls, Threo cooturies ami a half's revolving years. It is a sound of mighty import deep— A trumpet call, whoso cadence falls sublime— A battle cry—which broko tho world's long sleep, Whoso martial notes will echo thro' all timo ! It is their voice, who, in that olden day, Laid tho foundations of tho Church we love; Whose stately dome will uover pass away Until her walls are joined to those above. It is tho voice of that illustrious band, Whose toil restorod the church's liberty ; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 August 1880

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Ritv. VV. E. HUBBERT, A.M.,) Kbv. L. A. FOX, A. SI.. - EDITORS. Bit. 8. HENKEL. D. I)., ) RKV. SAMUEL ROTHROCK, Con. EDITOR. TBRMB CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1 00 To clubs of twelve, foreacli I'so To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, Theo1 SO until from eaeli subscriber , to prepay tbe postage for ;etter up of a club, is entitled OF ADVERTISING, tenlines, brevier, $1 00, first übsequent insertion, .75. ! mos. 3 mos. J yr. 1 yr. 400 600 700 10 00 3 00 R 00 12 00 20 00 800 12 00 15 00 25 00 iOO 15 00 25 00 35 00 [) 00 30 00 40 00 60 00 to 00 45 00 75 00 100 00 must bo made by I'ost Office liecks, or Registered Letters, it done, money is sent at (lie _>n who forwards it. nunicat.ions to REV. Wv E. llniiiigivr, A. SI., ULAOKSHVISQ, MONTGOM*HY COUNTY, VA., OK, RKV. L. A. FOX, A. M., WAYNKSBORO, AUGUSTA, UODNTT, VIEGINIA, OK Ritv. tf. llbnkbl, D. I)., New Makkrt, Va. Business Letters should be sent direetly to Rev. S. Ileukel, D. D., Hew Mark...

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