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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 June 1884

HOOK NOTICES.. The North Ameriaan Rev inn for Juno opens with mi article on "Harboring Conspiracy," tiy Prof. Henry Wade Rogers, who examines, in the light of international law, the diplomatic history of the United Slates and the national constitution, the question a3 to how far our government may and must go in suppressing plots against governments with which we are at peaco. Henry 1). Lloyd, in the same number of the Review, shows how every branch of production is coming under the control of "Lords of Industry," corporations and monopolies. Elizabeth Stuart l'helps Ims an article marked by raie philosophical force upon the "Struggle for Immortality." Other articles of not loss importance arc: "Sociological Fallacies," by I'rof. \V. CJ. Sumner; "The Rise and Kail of Authority." by President J. C. Welling; "Walt Whitman," by Walker Kennedy ; anil a symposium on "Expert Testimony," by Kossiter Johnson, Dr. W. W. Godding, T. O'Conor Sloane and I)r. Charles L. Dana. Kit an k Leslie's S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 June 1884

0 TENDER-HEARTED. A Tnn'a Adventure With » Utile UlrL 184. Lottl" Hlob«-I>pmn<T«t.l A big-boned Texan, something over six foet high, with an onormous broadbrimmed hat, and a sweeping mustache, reaching nearly to his shoulders, stood at the Laclede Hotel olHce, carelessly examining the register. A slight twitching at his coat skirts was passed byunlieeded, but a more vigorous pull caused him to look around, expecting to greet a joking friend, or something of that sort. Ho saw nothing, and was turning back to the register leaves again, when liis glance fell upon such a wee mite of a girl, whose head was such a short distance from the floor that it was no wonder he had not seen her. The wild-looking face bent down to the little one, and in a deep bass voice asked: "What is it, little gal ?" * " riease, mister, won't you buy my matches ?" came in weak, childish tones; so lu\*tli!it the words could not have been understood had the appeal not been reinforced by the h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 June 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. MESISTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. OVER AGAINST THE TREASURY. Over against the treasury this day The Master silent Hits ; whilst, unaware (>f tliat celestial presence still and fair, The people puss or pauso upon their way. Anil some go laden with His treasures sweet, And dressed in costly robes of His device To cover hearts of stono nnd souls of ice, Which hear no token to the Master's feet. And some pass, gayly Ringing, to and fro, And cast a careless gift before His face Amongst the treasures of the holy place, Rut kneel to crave no blessing ere they go. And some arc travel-worn, their eyes ore dim; They touch his shining vesture as they pass, Hut see not—even darkly through a glass— How sweet might he their trembling gifts to Him. And still the hours roll on; sciene and fair The Master keeps li's watch, but who can tell The thoughts that in His tender spirit swell, As one by one we pass him unaware? For this is He who, on an awful d...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 June 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Hkv. W. E. hubbekt, A. M.,) Rkv. ». lIENKEL, 1). a, Editoisb. Hkv. L. A. FOX, 1). D., ) Hkv. T 11. BTKOIIKCKER, Con. Editoi: TEIIMS, CASH. STHICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each .$1.50 To Milliliters, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 routs additiona' from each subscriber will bo required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up ot a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Hcmittauces must be made by l'ost Ottice 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 Hev. W. E. Hubbort, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Hev. S. Heukel,D. I)., New Market, Va.,or Hev. L. A. F0.\,1). D., Salem, Va., or Hev. T. H. Stroliecker, Gold Mill. Howan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Hothrock, Gold Hill, How...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 June 1884

Thirty First Annual Oommcnce ment or Koanokc College. Under this head wo make up the following from tho Salem Times Register : No one who saw tho large audiences at the different exercises can believe that tho Commencement exercises, though coming every year, are losing their interest for our people. The Triennial Re union held at this Commencement gave an additional interest to the exercises, and brought back au unusual number of graduates and former students to renew old associations. In anticipation of the Commencement occasion, our town, always beautiful as it nestles among the trees, overshadowed by mountains, had put on a holiday dress, and never looked more charming. BACCALAUREATE SERMON. The exorcises were opened Sunday morning, Juno Bth, with tho baccalaureate sormon by Rev. Joel Swartz, D. D., of Gettysburg, Pa. His text was John xii, 32 —"And I, if I be lifted tip from the earth, will draw all men unto me." Four distinct elements, the speaker said, conspired to constitute...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 June 1884

FACTS AM) FIACRES. —A report prepared under Government auspices says that the area of land m Manitoba broken for the first time is i'J.illi acres. —The great forests of the South will be worth"a mint of money before this generation dies. Old North Carolina flas 40,000 square miles of forest. —N. Y. Sun. —The sale bv auction of carpets discarded by hotels is a regular event of the summer in New York. About 80,000 yards have come under the hammer this season. Three years is the average life of a hotel carpet.—AT. Y. Times. lt is estimated by a statistician that the total movement of freight last year on all tin 1 railroads of the United States equaled !$9,802,209,249 tons moved one mile, the value of the tounage being no less than $22,<100,000,000. —The (lovernment ligl.t-house on the Long Island shore where it juts out into the waters at Hell (into, at Astoria, is being rapidly pushed forward. It is to be an electric light of 20,000 candlepower and 160 feet high, in order ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 June 1884

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HETSTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. CONSTANCY. IIV K1.1.A WIIKEI.BK. 1 will lie true. Mud stars forsake their courses, A nil, led liy reckless meteors, turn nway From putlis appointed by Kterual Forces; Hut my fixed heart shall never go astary. Like those calm worlds, whose sun-directed motion Is undisturbed liy strife of wind or sea, So shall my swerveless and serene devotion Sweep on forever, loyal unto thee. 1 will lie true. The ficklo tide divided Between two wooing shores, in wild unrest May, to and fro, shift, always undecided. Not so the tide of passion in my breast: With the grand surge of some resistless river That hurries on, past mountain, vale and lea, llnto the main its waters to deliver, So my full heart keeps all its wealth for thee. 1 will be true. Light barks may be belated ()r turned aside by every breeze at play, While sturdy ships, well manned and richly freighted, Willi broad sails flying, anchor safo in bay. Like s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 June 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. K. 11UUI1ERT, A. M.,> Rkv. 8. lIENKEL, D. D., > Eum»:». Rbv. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Rut. T. U. BTROHECKBR, Colt- KditokTERMS, CAttil, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE' One copy, p«r annum $l.OO T» clubs of twelve, for each #1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, anil Theological Students $1.50 10 cents ndditiona' from each subscriber ■will bo requlred t 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 bo made by I'ost Office Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money iB sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. K. Hubbort, A. M., Hlacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D. D-, New Market, \fa.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strobecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 June 1884

For Our Cburck Paper. Tu the Lutherans la the Soalk, greeting,—Brethren in the Lord! Much has been said about onion of Lutherans. People in many parts are thinking much about it. And who cau doubt of the good tbat would come, if all the thousands in this vast America who aim to worship and serve God in the Lutheran way, were walking and working together as brethren? Shall wo not do well to hope, and pray and work for such a state of the Church! In the direction of this happy ideal, and of more direct interest to us, is the subject ol' uniting all our Synods in the South. The South Carolina Synod solicits all the others to co-operate with hor in the establishment of a Theological Seminary. This is a very important matter. The life, growth and health of the Church among as depond very mueh upon our supply of ministers. An elder brother in Tennossee inquires anxiously about the proposed Diot. The plan of a diet has beeu approved by our Synods, in the hope of combining all of our Church...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 June 1884

USEFUL AND SUGGESTIVE. - California farmers complain of aa over-production of fruit in that State. Koep the poultry quarters clean and half the battlo against disease among the fowls is won. —Chicago 'lribune. —Fanny Field says to thoso who contemplate purchasing incubators: "II you do not care to raise over one hundred chickens each season, stlek to the old-fashioned way and lot incubators alone." —White Pepper: Although the cost of white pepper is a little more than black, yet it is stronger and much more satisfactory to use in nearly all dishes. There is a bitter, unpleasani taste about the black that is unnoticed in white pepper, and after a very short trial few would bo willing to give up its use for the time-honored black. The Household. —To preserve roses through the winter take them up after the lirst frost has killed the leaves, cut out or shorten immature wood, select a pie<» of ground where the water will not lie, plant the roses thickly, sloping the branches s...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 July 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. BENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. FIVE HUNDHKD FOLD. One morn in his study knelt apart, Michael Fcncborg good and gray ; 11 is lips moved not, but his thankful heart Sung the song ol St. Barnaba's Day. And his joy was not. for the world's in waul (Poor village pat-lor, his pnrse was lean), lint in humble silence he praised the Lord For health, and grace, and a conscience clean. "What shall I render, dear Lord, to thee For thy kindness, blessing me more and more?" Did lie dream the answer so near could be? Who knocks at Michael Feneberg's door ? There stood a traveler, soiled and lame, Face to face with the poor man's friend, Begging thrue crown's " in Jesns's name," To help him on to h's journey's end. A tin lit tlu o' the pastor's bosom ran. And his face was grave—but still serene. 110 welcomed and fed that hungry man, And plied him with questions kind but keen, Till pitying faith his doubt controls, And lie chides his heart with a pr...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 July 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kkv. W. K. IIUHUKKT, A. M.,) lUv. rt IIUN KM., I) I)., Kimt«i:b. Kkv. L. A. KOX, I). I)., > KKV. T. 11. BTKOHKOKKR, COB. Editou. TMOIS, CAoH, STKH'TLY IN ADVANCE Out) copy, per annum >B*l.oo To clubs of twelve, tor each $1.50 ' To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 cunts additiona' from each subscriber will bo required, to prepay the postage for the year. Tlie getter up of a club, i»eutitled to 1 copy freo. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to tbe publishers. Remittances must be made by I'ost Ottlce Orders, liank ('becks, or Registered Letters VVlien tliis is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person wbo forwarded it. Address Communications to ltev. W. K. Hub hurt, A. M-, Hlacksburg, Montgomery County, V'a., or, ltev. S. Heukul,l). D., New Muiket, V'a.,or ltev. L. A. Vox, 1). D., Salem, Va., or ltev. T. 11. Strobecker, Gold Hill, ltowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the e...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 July 1884

For Our Church Paper. Luther'* Hnliulles from 1525-1537. BY J. G. M. Continued. Boon after this attack, he wrote to Spalatin, ou July 10, 1527, aud says: "There is a report abroad tbat the plague has broken out among us ; it is an idle and false report; with Christ's help every thing is well and happy." Herein he was not as circumspect as ho might have been ; for by this time, several cases of the plague must have occurred ; for, on Aug. 2, tho University was transferred to Jeua, and Luther, who with Bugenhagen, remained in Wittenberg, could no longer deny the fact bnt only the violence of it. On Aug. 19, bo writes to Spalatin : "The plague has really broke out here, but it is sufficiently mild (propitia). There exists among tho people a remarkablo fear and they are Hying from the city. During the whole time of its prevalence until now, there have been only 18 funerals." After men tioning some particulars and tho names of some persons who have died, of no sficcial interest to us, he...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 July 1884

St. Peter's. St. Peter's is the most famous chare! I in the world, and it descrvos its fame By comparison all other churches art pigmies, and m point of splendor tin hand of man has never made anything to compare with it. Anmnw ehurchei it is tho whale amongst minnows while in grandeur of conception, it glory of adornment beauty is to< small a word, but let it go—in beauty of completion, there is nothing liko it it Europe, or probably, in the world. When you have seen St. Peter's yot have seen everything that is perfect ir, I churches, ami if churches arc what you are after, you should spend a year 01 two in studying it. and then borrow money enough and come home. Enter Home from •.'.'hat way you may, the majestic dome of St. l'ctor's is tin first object that catches the eye. It is visible everywhere, for it towers ovei nil its surroundings, uncqualed and unapproached. It is not an ancient, structure, having had its beginning in 1450, though as but little was done upon it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 July 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. C-IEISTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. WHILE WE MAY. The Ijiukls are such dear hands ; They ;ire so full; they turn at our demands No often ; tliey reach out. With trifles scarcely thought about. Ho many times ; they do Ho very many things for me, for you— It their fond wills mistake, We may well bend, not break. They are such fond, frail lips That speak to uh. Pray, if love strips Them of discretion many times, [crimes Or if they speak too slow or ipiiek, such We may pass by ; for we may sec [be Days not far oft when those small words may Held not as slow, or quick, or out of place but dear. llecanse the lips are no more here. They arc such dear, familiar feet that go Along the path with ours—foot fast or slow, And trying to keep paco—if they mistake Or tread upon some flower that wo would take Upon our breast, or bruise some reed, Or crush poor Hope until it bleed, We may be mute, Not turning quickly to impute i Irave fault: for they ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 July 1884

OUR CHURCH WPER. KKV. W. K HUBKKHT, A. M.,) Kkv. S. IIKNKKU I). D , liuiToiib. Unv. I, A FOX, D I) Kkv. T. H. »TH<)IiKOKKR, Cob- KPlTOti. Tiat.dS, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per minum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $t.SU To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Students j 1.5(1 10 cents additiona' from ench subset ilier will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. Tne getter up of a club, i» entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will bo furnished on application to tlie publishers. Remittances must lie made by I'ost Ofllce Orders, Hank Clicckg, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of Xlie person whu forwarded it. Address Communications to Itev. W. K. Ilubbert, A. M-, Ulaekstiurg, Montgomery Uoiiniy, Va., or, Hev. 8. Henkel, I). I)., New Ma-ket, V'a.,or Rev. I/. A. Fox, 1). I)., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, ltowan County, .N. O. Moneys can lie received by any of the editors. Itev. S. Roth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 July 1884

l'lie Middle Conference- Tho Middle Conference, N. 0. Synod, inct at tho now St. Petor's Krauth Memorial Church, Rev. T. H. Strohecker, pastor, Friday, Juno 28, 10 A. M., and was organized by the election of Rev. Sam'l Rothrock, President, Rev. R. L. Brown, Secretary, and M. J. L. Graeber, Treasurer. Ministers present: Rev. J. B. Davis, 1). D., Rev. S. Rothrock, Rev. J. A. Linn, Rev. G. F. Schaoffor, Rev. R. L. Brown, Rev. T. 11. Strohecker. Lay Delegates: Mr. C. G. Ileilig, Mr. J. L. Graeber, Mr. G. W. Blackwelder, Mr. Geo. Albright. Rev. W. Stoudemire, Gakland, Md., was prosent, and invited and took an active part in proceedings of conference. Mr. 11. A. Trexler, a theological student, was received as an advisory member. Mr. W. W. Smith was also among us, and greeted with a hoarty welcome. Tho following ministers were excused on account of sickness : Rev. It. \V. Petroa, Rev. J. B. Anthony, Rev. B. S. Brown;—and Rev. T. S. Brown escaped being not excused by the skin of his teeth. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 July 1884

Itol.hiiur mi Eagle's Eyrie. WK Sea eagles were formely common ii Shetland? but through ■ trapping ant shootim* these noble birds aie now nearly extinct on these northern isles. Within the Inst three years a pair luu established an eyrie in the cleft of i. great sandstone sea dill, known as tin Bard of Brossay, forming the south, most point of the' island of Brossay, th« island east of the maWland which landlocks Lerwick Harbor. On the east sido the clifl's rise sheer out of the sea to a height of four hundred or live hundred feet. The depredations of the eaglos on the farms upon Bressay am! the adjacent mainland this year have been extensive. The hungry eaglets required to bo fed, and almost daily lambs were missed from the fields. Tc put a stop to til's plundering a project was formed to rob the nest, and a daring young cragsman a lender ir hazardous adventures undertook '' do so upon the first convenient opportunity- The risk was great, for, besides tinperil of the descent and th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 July 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. Forgetting- Memory is one of our noblest, faculties. Cod, who gave it, exhorts us to see it. lie said to the Hebrews, "Thou shalt Fomoinber all the way in which the Lord thy Cod led thee." Ho inspired Solomon to write, "Remember now thy Creator in the days of tliy youth." Our Saviour, iu his message to the church of Ephesus, said, "Remember therefore from whonce thou art fallen." Yet Paul, in his letter to the i'liilippians, seems to regard forgetting as a special means of grace. He declares that ho was able to press toward the mark for the prize of his high calling by "forgottiug those things which are behind." He forgot his pride and self-righteousness as a Pharisee; ho forgot his madnoss in persecuting the church ; he forgot his abundant labors und porils iu the ministry of tiie gospel; he dismissed from his thoughts all that has past, whether right or wrong, bright or dark, and lixe.il his attention upon the t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 July 1884

OUR CHURCH FAPER. lUv. W. K. lIUIIISKKT, A. M.,> Rkv. S. lIENKEL, I). I)., - Emivi:s. KEV. 1,. A. KOX. I). I)., ) Kkt. T. 11. »n<Olll'J(Jlvl£l<, Con. Kditoi; TtlUI-i, OA.-11, STRICTLY INADVANCE One copy, pur annum •♦Hit) To clubs of twelve, tor each $ t.&U To Ministers, Wiuows of Ministers, and Theological Sludeuts $1.50 10 cunts additioua' lrorn each subscriber will lie required, to prepay the pom age lor the year. Tub getter up of a club, is. entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be luruishcd on up* plication to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Oliice Orders. Ban* Checks, or Registered Letters VV lien tliis is uot done, money is scut at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address <>o<i)iuui,ieaiiong to Kev. VV. E. Hubbert, A- M., Blaclishurg, Montgomery County, Va., <ir, Kev. 8. llenkel, D. D., New Market, V T a.,or Kev. L. A. Pox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Kev. T. H...

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