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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 May 1884

HERE AND THERE. Change of Address.—After this date the address of lie v. V.R. Stickley will be Middlebrook, Va., instead of Salisbury, N. C.— Visitor. The National Deaconess Institute of Copenhagen, Deumark, has just completed tweuty years of work. A Lutheran Deaconess is in every section of the country. Rev. J. B. Haskell continues to languish upon a bed of affliction, with hut little signs of improvement. Sad indeed arc such instances of painful suffering; but God's grace can make even the sick room a sanctuary of religion.— Visitor. Iceland has a population of about 70,000 and 104 parishes, a minister for every 600 people. Through the missionary efforts of tbe Lutheran Church the whole island has been turned from heathenism to Christiani ty. The people are not only Christians in natne, but they live their religion.—Evan. Lutheran. It is a blessed thing to have to work. Work keeps us out of foolish and hurtful desires, which destroy so many. If a young man especially has all the m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 May 1884

A Story of True Love. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Callahan are a Riiddie-a"od eoup/e residing in Chesapeake iMtv, Mil. They are the parents of an eighicen-year-old daughter, who >* a pretty but' self-willed girl. This voung woman has been employed for several months past in a doctor's residence in her native town. She had a lover, as most girls have—a young man named James A. Barwiek, who follows Cie avocation of a carpenter. The girl •vas deeply devoted to her young man, and the latter reciprocated her attention. Ihe course of such true love is fated never to run serenely. Ou last Sunday night .Jim and Henrietta were swinging on the back gate in true lover's style, •vhen the doctor opened the door and called out to Henrietta it was time to go to bed. No attention was paid to the rude interruption, but the gentle cooing of the pair continued. Once again the doctor called and sternly ordered the maid to retire. She then informed Jim she could not live such a life any longer, nnd ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 May 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. " I WILL NOT LET TIIEE OO." " And the disciples said, Send her away, for she crieth after us." 1 will not let Thee go, Thou Help in time of need ! "Heap ill on ill, I ti ust Tlieo still, E'en when it seems as Thou wouhlst slay indeed ! I)o us Thou wilt with me. I yet will cling to Thee ; Hide Thou Thy fuce yet, Help in tiiuc of need, I will not let Thee go! 1 will not let Thee go; should I forsake my bliss ? No, Lord, Thou'rt mine, And 1 am Thine— Thee will I hold when nil things else I miss: Though dark and sad the uight, Joy conieth with Thy light, 0 Thou, my Suu ! should 1 forsake my bliss? I will not let Thee go. 1 will not let Tlieo go, my Ood, my Life, my Lord! Not death can tear Ale from His care, Who, for my sake, His soul in death out poured. Thou diedst for love to me. I say, in love to Thee, E'en when my heart shall break, my Owl, my Life, my Lord, I will not let thee go. —From the German of Dezzler, 10...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 May 1884

• OUR CHORCH PAPER. Rev. W. E. HUBBERT. A. M.,) KKV. 8. IIENKEL. D I) , Editoiib. KBV. L. A. FOX, I). D.. ) Rkt. T. 11. BTROIIECKER, Cob. Editor. TERMS, CASH. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $105 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 cents additiorta' from each subsciiber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a clul), is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by I'ost Oftice Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. *11., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D. D., NewMaikct, V : a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Ilill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 May 1884

F>. - Our Church Paper. Lulbcr's Maladies from 1525-1537. Wo hear nothing of Luther's having been sick iu the year of his marriage, but only of his being overburdened with work, so that on Nov. 12,1525, he wrote to Spalatin excusing himself from attending his wedding. He took bodily exercise by working with a lathe and in gardening. But in 1526, for the first time, it was made very plain that he was affected with calculus, which troubled him so grievously uutil 1537 and later, but which had been the occasion of much pain since 1521, and may have been the unsuspected cause of his various sufferings. There is no mention of this in any of his letters. The symptoms of the first attack of calculus, are best described by Bataeberger, the body physician of the Elector John of Saxony, and seut by the latter to Luther for consideration. In " The Manuscript History of Luther and his Times'' by Ratzeberger (Neudecker's Edition,) it is said on pp. 61-03: " When Dr. Luther for the fir...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 May 1884

A TREELESS STATE. " I had ail ream which w»- not all a r A great State was a desert, ami tin hlllu fav bave and llt.less umlerstm and storm. Tireless and sheltorloas. Spring came, and AndVanie, but brought "0 Joy; but in its The desolation of the ravonfnir floods That leaped like wolves or w tlucats from And spread destruction over fruitful farms, lH'Voiii'intf us they went the works ot man. Ami sweeping southward nature 8 kinuly To choko the water-courses, worse than WOSt<». The forest trees that In the olden timo — • The people's irlory and the poet s pride— Tom pored tlie air and guarded well the earth, , . And under spreading toughs lor ages kept (ireat reservoirs to hold the snow and rain, From which the moisture through the teem- ing year Flowed equably but freely—ull were gone; 'J heir prieeless boles exchanged for petty cath. , . The cash had melted, and had lett no sign; The logger and the lumberman were dead; The ax had rusted out for Inek of use; lint all the e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 May 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKELi & CO., [Publishers. VOLUME XII. FOKGIVENESS OF INJURIES. Oh, do hear that voice from heaven—"Forgive, and you shall bo forgiven ?" No augel hath a voice like this; Not even Mary's song of bliss From off His throne can waft to earth A promise of such priceless worth. Again the music comes from heaven—"Forgive and you shall be forgiven." Softly on every wind that blows, Through the wide earth the promise goes, Absolving sin and opening heaven, For we forgtvo and are forgiven. Yes, we, dear Lord, Thy voice can tell; That gentle voice, we know it well. Yet never was it sweet and clear As now, when we this promiso hear: Poor souls, who sadly doubt of heaveu. Forgive, and you shall be forgiven. Sweet Faith I and can this pledge be true, And is the duty hard to do ? No one, dear Lord, hath done to mc Such wrong as I have done to Thee. Why should not all men go to hoaven ? They who forgive shall be forgiven. Thine offers, earth, to this nre dull— Full...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 May 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Hkv. W. K. ItUiSIiKUT. A M.I Kkv. 8. HENKEL, I). n , Editc.iis. Rbv. L. A. FOX, D. L)., ) Ruv. T. 11. STKOHKCKER, Colt. Kdiiqk. TERMS, GA.SH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum iJiI.CO To clubs of twelve, tor each $1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 ceuts additioua' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage.' for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must'be made by l'ost Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Kev. W. E. llubbert, A. M., Hlacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkei,D. D-, New Market, Va.,or Rev. 1,. A. Fox, T). D., Salem, Va., or ltev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Monoys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 May 1884

condition, in moat piteous tones, alio screamed for the servants. He had just before requested that his stockings should be pulled off, which was done as soon as he had lain down. He gradually recovered consciousness, and began to pray the Lord's Prayer and to recito the whole of Ps. vi., aud then he commenced a religious conversation, and concluded with the words: "Lord, preserve me yet, if it be tby will/ This conversation brought on a second but slight attack. Then he asked if Dr. Sehurf was coming! He freely spoke of his characteristic failings and of bis severity to his opponents. »In the meantime, Dr. Sehurf bad come aud ordered warm pillows and warm lotions to lie applied to His ice oold body, particularly upon his breast and feet, and spoke words of enconragcmeut to him. Bugftuhagen, to whom he had confessed in the morning, bad also comc in, and soon after, Luther said to biin, "My dear Pastor, to day I confessed to yoa and you pronounced the absolution: that is very pleasin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 May 1884

Dyspepsia anil How Much It Means. It is an encouraging fact that, in th« last fewyetirs, men ranking very higl lus authorities lmvo furnished us witl manuals of health. Once such books wore written by those who thereby expressed the narrowness of their knowledge. Now that we have hand books ol Physiology by such men as Michael Foster and Huxley, "Slight Ailments" by 15,.a1e, '•Health,'' by Prof. Cortield, "Food and Feeding," by Sir Henry Thompson, "Personal Care of Health," bv Parkes, and scores of similar condensations by men of repute, we are not at a loss or apt to lie misled in following their suggestions. To those we odd twe recent works by Dr. Fothergill—the one on '•Indigestion, Biliousness and (lout," and the other on "The Maintenance of Health." Probably there are more chronic invalids from dyspepsia in some one ol its protean forms than from any othoi one disorder. This arises both from the complicated system conccrned in digestion and from the various outrages which our a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 May 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. The Luther Monument In regard to the late ceremonies, addresses, &c., relative to the Luther Monument erected in Washington, ]). G., as well as to the unveiling, we make up the following from the Haitimore Daily Sun: The Memorial Lutheran Church, Washington City, 1). C., began the exercises, on the evening of May 19, attending the unveiling of the statue of Martin Lutber, which has been placed on the ground in front of tho church, near the Thomas Circle. There was a discourse by Rev. Dr. F. W. Conrad. The following is the programme of the exercises connected with the unveiling of the Luther statue: Tuesday, May 20, 7.45 P. M., addresses by Rev. .J. Fry, D. D., Hon. .1. F. Miller, Rev. I). M.Gilbert, D. D. Rev. I). U. Geissenger, and Rev. J. Swartz, D. I).: poem by Rev. M. KheAleigli. Wednesday, May 21,10 A. M., addresses by Rev. F. Ph. Bennighan--Bi3U, Rev. A. C. Wedekiud, D. D., and Rev. Ed. F. Moldehnk...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 May 1884

OUR CHURCH TAPER. KKV. W. K. huhbert, A. M., I \ KKV. S. HENKKL, i). I)., Euitoiih. ' KKV. L. A. FOX. I). I>., ) \ Kb*. T. H< BTROHECKER, COB. XDITOR. TERMS, CASH. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, pur annum $1.00 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 cents additiona from each subscriber will be required, t<> prepay the postage for tlie year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must bo made by l'ost Oflice Orders, Kauk Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of th»< person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Ilubbert, A. M-, Rtacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkol, 1). D., New Market, Vs.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Btrohecker, Gold Hill. Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can bo r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 May 1884

American Hag fell from tho statue aruidst clapping of hands; then, the Murine Band struck up, "Ein fosto Burge," &c. I was surprised not to see more of our ministerial brethren present;—not more than 120, all toldBut one, so far as I know, from the Shenandoah Valley; only two from New York City, Drs. Wedekind and Mohldenke; only three or four from Philadelphia, not one of them a (jr. C. man. Surely all shades of Lutheranism could unite on the unveiling of the statue; but not so. There are too many big men among us. If some had small letters at tho end of their names, instead of tho big ones, it might do better. D. M. H. For Our Church Paper. The Proposed Diet- Dear Doctor What about the proposed Diet of the Southern Lutheran Church ! A strange, if not ominous reticence upon this subject, has been for sometime maintained- An unaccountable apathy, not to say indifler encc, seems to have come over those who aro most immediately, and ought to bo most deeply, interested in it...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 May 1884

Fountain Club Rob. •'Manv snv that it is impossibleto tame a quail or a partridgo, said Mr. llarrv Miller, tho Treasurer of the Fountain Gun Club, as he lowered his glass to tho mahogany table in the elub rooms, near Prospect Park. "It is rather a general opinion, responded the reporter. "Well, then," continued Mr. Miller, "I will show you a curiosity—a vara nvis, as it were. 1 have a tame quail in the yard, and am willing to wager ono hundred dollars to ten dollars that there isn't its mate in the county. George, bring Bob here." A young man carried into the room a smooth-plumaged quail nnd put it on the table. It was plump and healthy, and, after looking tho reporter over with its bright little brown eyes, walked toward him anil pecked at his hand. Then it turned around and jumped on Mr. Miller's arm, where it whistled knowingly until its plumage was stroked. "Hob is a great bird," said Mr. Miller,"and likes to be petted. He isn't a bit timid if strangers enter. Just hold your han...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 June 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. WHITSUNTIDE. BY MARTIN I.UTIIEH, 1524. TIIANSI.ATKI) IIY CATHARINE WINKWOHTII. Come, Iloly Spirit, God and Lord, Bo nil Thy graces now unponred On the believer's mind and soul, And toucli their hearts with living coal. Thy light this day shone forth so clear, All tongues and nations gathered near To learn that faith, for which we bring (Had praise to Thee, and loudly sing Hallelujah, Hallelujah! Thou Strong Defense, Thou iloly Light, Teach us to know our God aright, And call Him Father from the heart: The word of life and truth impart, That we may love not doctrines strange, Nor e'er to other teachers range, But Jesns for our Master own, And put our trust in Him alone. Hallelujah, Hallelujah! Thou Sacrad Ardour, Comfort Sweet, Help us to wait with steady feet And willing heart at Thy command, Nor trial fright ija from Thy band. Lord, make us ready with Thy powers, Sirengthen the tlesh in weaker hours, That us good w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 June 1884

OUR CHDRCH PAPER. Ukv. \v. e. hubbert, A. M.,) KKV. S. 11ENKEL, D. 1)., Editors. Ukv. L. A. KOX, 1). D., ) Ukv T. Hi STROIIECKKK, Con- Ei>itok. TbßilS, CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum #1.05 To clubs of twelve, for eacli #1.51) To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 cents additions' from each subscriber will bo required, to prepay the postage for the year. The gettei up ol'"a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Oflice Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Kev. W. K. liubbert, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Kev. S. Henkel,D. D., New Market, V&.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, 1). D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Oold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. R...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 June 1884

Tin; Ascmslon of Christ The believer has been pointed to the resurrection of Christ and its significance regarding our faith. If Christ be not raised then tbe dead in Christ will not rise; and if the dead rise not then is our faith vain and we are yet iu the trammels of sin. A sequel to Christ's resurrection is his asceusion, his return to his heavenly Father. It was the grandest scene which has yet been witnessed by men or angels. On the fortieth day after His resurrection, lie led out His little baud of disciples as far as to Bethany, where was a mouut called Olivet. "And while tie blessed them, He was parted from them, and carried up into heaven.'' As Be blessed them, He began to ascend in their presence ; and, as they beheld, Ho ascended higher and higher; "and while they looked steadfastly toward heaven as He went up, behold," angels came down on a chariot of clouds, drawn by steeds of clouds, along a highway of clouds, to meet Him ; and as they approached Him, they caught Him ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 June 1884

\m axi> —Tho sccret of -m-cess is to know how to deny yourself uml oilier people. —N. O. Picayune. —When ft man is half-sea- over you may harbor a suspicion that h s judgment is atloa!. —Boston St<tv. "Charit\ begins at home," is well defined by a'liltl" Sunday-school child as meaning "giving t > others what wo don't wan I for ourselves. —Some one advises women to cultivate a pleasant voice. 1 lie disposition underneath must be pleasant to make the voice so. —N. I*. Examiner. "D<> vou know a good way of curing hams?" asked a man of his neighbor. "<>, yes," was the reply; "but the trouble with me is, I have no way of procuring them." —A Chicago man owns a mule which he has christened "Confusion." And every time he lieks the animal, it only makes •'Confusion" worse, confound it! —Chicago Her at 4. —"Ma, is Loiur Branch an awful dirty place?" "Why, no, my child; what made you think so?" "Why, here is an advert...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 June 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. REMOVE THE VEIL. BY ItltV. WII.LIAM KELLY. Rumove the veil! Ye need nut dread Inspection's sharpest, keenest glance! The fucn of him who never quailed When in the cause of Truth assailed, iMiiy lie in Heaven's light unveiled— The face of Luther. liemove the veil! That all may gaze Upon the man of monk-clad form, Who, trusting in his God, stood lirm Amid earth's malice, rage and scorn— Unyielding as the granito rock, When storms assail or earthquakes shock The form of Luther. Remove the veil! And while ye gnzo On solid stone and moulded brass, Destined to tower amid the flight Of circling ages as they pass Remember well, when these are gone, I lis name will live unending on — The name of Luther. Remove the veil! Let all behold The secret of the hero's fame; That all may note the Royal Rook From whence he drew the words of flame That smote as lightning papal power, And made foes tremble at the name — The...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 June 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. KKV. W. B. 11UUUEKT, A. M.,) | - KKV. 8. 11ENKEL, I). I»., ■ Kditoiib. KKV. L. A. FOX, I). I)., ) • Kit*. T. H. STKOHECKEK, Colt- Kditok. TMtMS, CASH, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum ♦1.05 To clubs of twelve, lor each #1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 cents additiona' from each subscriber will bo required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Hemittances must be made by Post Ollice Orders, Bank Checks, or Uegistercd Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of itlitt person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Hev. W. E. liubbert, A. M., Blaoksburg, Montgomery Uouuty, Va., or, Hev. 8. Ilenkel,!). D-, New Market, Hev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Hev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Howan County, N. C. Moueys can be received by any of the editors. Hev. S. ltothrock, Gold Hil...

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