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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 August 1884

HE HE AND THERE. Eternity Is that only thing which is worthy to tako up the thoughts of a wise man ; that, being added to evil, makes the ovil infinitely more intolerable ; and being addod to good, makes tho good infinitely more desirable. — Joße}th Jlall. Faithful.—Mr. J. 0. Haas has boen parochial teacher and organist iu Zion's Church, Philadelphia, Pa., for 40 years. On resigning recently the congregation iu acknowledgment of his faithful services presented him with $1,000. The Moravian Church, iu the United Statos, reports its membership at 10,032, an increase during tho year of 103 members. These are undor the care of 70 pastors in SO congregations. Their S. 9. number 80, with 8,058 children and 1,007 teachers. A lair and festival at Germantown, N. Y., on the 4th of July, for tho benefit of the Lutheran Church, llov. W. U. Luckeubach, pastor, resulted in gross receipts of over 8000, and the not balance was over #400. At Valatie, the ladies of the Luther Church held a festival o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 August 1884

r . *4r,> ) a Mineral 01° Ant*. Xho unt hiis long been au object of ijNvinl intercut with naturalists and Mhers, who say many wonderful thinjp ilxmt bim, nnil w/10 back him up strongly (or possessing a remakable degree of lnttlhgonce. One of theae gontlemen, on louto observer of the insect, furnishes a pery interesting inoident of ft funeral procession. Having aeoidently killed a juruber of straying soldier ants, he noted a commotion among the adjacent mrviving relations, and determined to ditch their proceedings closely, following four or Ave that started from the rest » guard a hillock, u short distance off, ji which was on ant's nest. This they tutored, and in about five minutes rotppeored, followed by others, and all Ml into rank, walking regularly two by iwo, until they arrived at the spot where die dead I>odies of the soldier ants lay. In a few moments two of the ants anranccd and took up the dead body of a lomrade; then two others, and so on intil all wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 August 1884

011 Tj IXKj 11 PI:. j'jl i. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. WHEN ST CHRYSOSTOM PRAYED. UY .MAROAHBT J. PBBtfTOX. 'Twas not onough to kneel in prayer, And pour his soul away In fervid wrestlings, uight and day, For those who owned his shepherd care ; Hut faith and works went hand in hand, As test of each petition made, And saints wore helped throughout the land When St. Chrysostom prayed. Within tlio closet where lis knelt, A box of Bethlehem's olive wood — "For Christ," engraved upon it—stood ; And ever as he doily felt The pressure of the Church's need, Therein the daily gift was hid : For word hud instant proof of deW When St. Chrysoßtom prayed. Uoncath his folded hands he placed Whatever gold was his : and when I to travailed for the souls of men, So long by pagan rites debased, The more ho agonized, the more Tho burden on his spirit weighed : And piece by piece went all his store, When St. Chrysostom prayed. "Oh! "golden-mouthed !" let this th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 August 1884

OUR CHORCH PAPER. Ukv. W. K liUUUlfittT, A. M., ) Kkv. S. UKNIvEL. 1> L)., Ebitoiib. Kbv. li. A. K()X> I). 0., ) Hkv. T. 11. dTUOaEUKKR, Con- Bditok. Ti'iU.M -*, cash. STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum ♦l.tiO Tu oluba of twelve, tor each 111.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, mid Theological Students #1.50 10 cotltH additions' from each subscriber will bo reipiirot!, to prepay the postage tor tliu year The gutter 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 Post Ollice Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of it he person who forwarded it Address Communications to Rev. \V. E. Hubbert, A. M , BUckshtirg, Montgomery Oounty, Vt»., or, Rev. S. Henkel.D.D., Now Market, tfa.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salotn, Va.. or Hov T. H. dtrohecker, Gold Hill. Rowan County, N. (J. Moneys cau be received by auy of tineditor...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 August 1884

11 HUM AND THERE. " General'' Booth, the lioad of the Salvation Army in England, contemplates tho formation of a salvation navy. Throe war vessels are to bo purohasod. It is suggested that Mr. Booth will bo Admiral as well as Gen eral when his navy is under way. Tho church of which Rev. 0. H. Spurgeon is pastor dates from the year A. D. 1052. The record of its early history is imperfect. Tho members appear not to have had any regular place of worship, but mot from time to time in privato houses. The Gustavus Adolphus Society in liomo mission work has 31)4 ladies' societies working with it in Germany, where they paid last year into the treasury $20,000. It should cause every heart to rejoice beeanse of the advance step taken by the women of our Church. Bethlehem, Pa.—The Salein Lutheran churoh of Bethlehem, Pa., of which Key. 15. Smith is pastor, contemplate tho ereotion of a new and enlarged church at an early day. The sum of £10,000 has already been subscribed, and the members are ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 August 1884

Malaria. TliP prevalent d.l*ea<T ot' the aje is malaria, developed from microscopic ! •reims bred in swampy portions of i e ' v»irth's surface. Si in •ot the most p-e---wresque countries in the worel are rendered uninhabitable by it. Malaria is a terrible foe to human health and happiness, and assumes a great variety of forms in diffefent individuals. It is. however, well established that it does not prevail in towns that are well s -w*hhl and paved, nor in a country wlnjiv tho swamps im- drained and the soil highly cultivated For many genertv(ions' the < 'anipagna in the neighborhood of Home, Italy, been the home of malarial poisons To sleep over night in the tainted atni ►sphere was certain to bring on an attack of a dangerous fever Hut the long line of Popes never interfered vith the reign of the malaria tiend. It was known ihnt « eolony of Hemsiieiin*' monks, who cultivated their ground, were exempt from the fevers and agues of the ( aropa»na, but the hint ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 September 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. THE DAY OF LIFE. - ■ DIBS IBDA, DIBS VIT.IC. Lo! the Day—the Day of Life—Day of unimogtnod Light, Day when Doath itself shall die—and thore shall he no more night. Steadily the Day approachotta whin the just shall find thoir rest, When the wicked cease from troubling, and the patient reign most blest. See tho King desired for ages, by the just expected long; Long implored, at length lie liustcth, eonieth with Salvation strong. Oh, how past all utteranco happy, sweet and joyful it will be, When they who, unseen, have loved Him—Jesus face to face shall sec. In that Day, how good and pleasant, this poor world to have despised ; And how mournful, and how bitter, dear that lost world to have prized ; Messed, then, earth's patient mourners, who for Christ have toiled and died, Driven by the world's rough pressure in those mansions to abide. There shall bo no sighs or weeping, notn shade of doubt or fear, No old age, no wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 September 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kbv. W. li. lUJIMKUT, A. M.,) ituv■ 8. lIKNKKU 0. !>., ■ Em-rone. Kkv. L. A. KOX, l>. i>., ) Rut. T. 11. dTUOIIKUIvEIt, c!.>k Knitou- . TIkHMS, UA.aU, STKICTI.Y IN ADV ANCK Oue copy, per auuum j To clubs of twelve, for each $1.51) To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students ..$<1.50 10 cents additions' from each subscriber will be required, te prepay the poetagu for the year. The getlei up of a club, Is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to Ihe publishers. Remittances must be made by I'ost Otllce 1 Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When'.his is not done, money is sent at the risk oft lit? person who forwarded it. Addre«s Communications to Kev. W. K. Huhbort, A. M., Hlacksburg, .Montgomery County, Va., or, Itev. S. Henkel,D. D., New Market, V'a.,or Kev- I-. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. li. Strohecker, (Jold Hill, Rowan County. N. C. Money...

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

For Our Church l'apcr. A Pleasant Visit- ' On tho 27th of Aug. the writer, his lady aud little son, together with Mrs. Lee an agod ami respected lady, got into a baroucho and drove to the residence of Mr. Jacob Gochonour, a few miles south of Whitestown, lnd. We were greeted with a hearty weloome aud a rich entertainment. The occasion was the more interostiug to tho writer after learning that brother Goehenour was a native of Shenandoah (Jo., Va. and that his lady was a near relative of ltovs. l'oter, George, aud Nicholas Schmucker. She is a daughter of Fordinand Sohmucker, a brother of tlio above named Lutheran ministers. Brother Jacob Gochonour emigrated from .near Woodstock, Shenandoah Co., Va., to this place in 1840. lie brought with him and still retains one of the characteristics of an old Virginian—a generous hospitality. His house has ever been a home for preachers, and every good man, woman aud child liuds a welcome there. Brother Goohenour and his lady are in full sympathy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 4 September 1884

CONSTANCY. rk saw: Ami loanoil as ho spoke en the pasture bot% That he vowed by the heavens blue — Dy the silvery moon unci the shiuintf To over prove leal and true. " Men change, 'tis true," he wild, "but ohl lielieve mo, my own true love. Affection like mine, its time will show, Ifud u strength that no power eun raova. tIIB SAID: "No fear or doubts, beloved, have I," For deep In this heart of mine Is tt love that will never dim or die. Hut will last lor nyo—like till 110 1 • Fie gave her a ring and a fond caress^ While her tears like a torrent fell: As with falt'ring words and In sore distress lie bade her a long farewell. Rut the man in the moon, who had often viewed Such tender scenes, I ween. Winked knowingly then, us the lovers stood Itcnoath, iu the silvery sheen. # Two summers with blossom and bug wore prone. Two winters with frost, and snow; And again the man in the moon looked down Ou the whirling world below. And what did he see? Why, tho lover had won A widow with wealth...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 September 1884

'' f v\J?j'» ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL <& CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. For Our Church Paper. An Essay— I "What is Included In a true Confession of Christ." Delivered by Rev. r. 0. Henkel, 1). D., iiefore the North Car olina Conference of the E. L. Tenn. Synod, 1831, AND PUBLISHED DY REQUEST OF CONFERENCE. In tho above inquiry, two leading thomes must constantly bo kept in view, viz.; tho object to bo confessed, and the faith of the confessor; not that tho latter contributes any thing to tho truthfulness of tho former; for tho former can be true, without involving tho idea, that the latter must necessarily bo pure or true also, as the truth may bo held in unrighteousness of life ; tho intellect being so onlightenod as to see the truth, and barely giving assent to tho truthfulness of the character and essouoo of the object confossod, without involving the idea of tho main characteristic of a true faith on tho part of the confessor. In tho consideration of the sub...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 September 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Hkv. W. 11. lIUHHKKT, A. M.,) Kkv. S. 11KNKEL, I). IX, •- Emi'oirs. HKV. L. A. KOX, I). U., > Hnv. T. 11. dTItOIItiCKKH, Con. Kditoi:. Teams, lUdll, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1,613 Tu clubs of twelve, fur cacti $SL.oO To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, anil Theological Studeute $1.50 10 cauls additions' from each subscriber will be require*!, t<> prepay the postage for tho year. The getter up of a club, in entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will he furnished on application tu the publishers. Remittances must be made by l'oet Office Orders, Hank Cheeks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk ofthe person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. liubbort, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery County, V i., or, Rev. S. Ilonke 1,1). I)., New Ma-ket, V'a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Hev. T. H. Strohecker, Uold llill. Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 September 1884

Catcchlsullon and Certainty in the Apostolic Faith. A SERMON BY J. E. BUSIINELL. "That thou mightout know the certainty of those thingk whtrein thou ha*t been instructed [catm,hised\." —Luke i, 4. From lliu Lutheran Visitor of March 20, 1881. The Third Gospel was addressed to a certain porson called "most excellent Theophilus." St. Luke, the physician, wrote this account of the life aud labors of Jesus, that Theophilus might bo certain about the things wherein lie had been previously cateohised. Our English translation uses the word "instActed" to express the meaning of the Greek katecliethes, which is the original form of the special term cateohised. "The speoifio word," eays Schaff, "should have been retained here and elsewhere instead of tho more indefinite instruct or touch. Catechising is a primitive and most importaut institution of the Church, and a preparatory school for full membership." In the ancient Church, thoso who received instruction in tho lirst principlos of Christ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 11 September 1884

FACTS AM) FIGURES. —One pawnbroker in Now York flays that in a year he received 90,000 coats, vests and'pantaloons, of which number ho sold f>o,ooo, and -10,000 word rodooniod. —N. I*. Sun- —United Statrs spinners used 108,. 501 bales more of cotton during tho last past twelve months than 'luring the like period preceding, or 2,073,096 bales in all. Southern mills consumed 313,393 bales, an increase of 26,439. — Chicago licrabl. —The steamer St. l'aul, which docked at San Francisco recently, on her return from the hunting grounds of the Alaska l-'ur Company, discharged 68,000 sealskins valued at ¥1,800,000, the duty on which dii!' the Government is $340,000. The skins were being salted and paekeil in barrels containing about sixtv each. The barrel-?are made tight, and when ready shipped to London, where the skins are properly i ured, then shipped back to the United States. — Chicago 'limes. —Nominally, a car-load is 20,000 pounds. It is also 70 barrels of salt, 70 of lime...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 September 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEKKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. "THY WILL 111: DONE." Wlmto'er my erring heart desires < From life's fair morn till Batting gun, Wilt Thou my spirit Lord inspire To suy, "Thy will, not mine, be done." Should disappointments throng my way, And oaeh precede a darker one, Lot grace support and help to say, Tliy holy will, O God! be douc. Should death remove n cherished friend, Or faithless prove a nearer one, Help me to trust Thee to the end, And ever say, "Thy will be done." Should reputation, health, and friends*, Earth's choicest blessings, be withdrawn, I'll drink tho cup my Father sends, And strive to siy, "Thy will be done And when life's toiling day is past, it darkness shrouds my setting sun, My soul by faith on Thee I'll cast, . And say in death, "Thy will bo done." Then I shall Boar to worlds above, Ahd see Thee on Thy glorious throne, Where all is peace, aud joy, and love, And all Thy perfect will is douo. For Our ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 September 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. lUv. W. E. llUliliUltT, A. M. t » Kkv. S. IIIONKKh, I). I)., - Eorrvua. Kbv. li. A. FOX, I). L>., ) Hur. T. Mi .-U'Uoillv'KKK, Cull- KditoktSkT\H, UA.il!, STRICTLY UN A I) VANCE Ono copy, per annum $1.05 To cIMm of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministurs, Widows of Miniaturb, and Theological Studcuts $1.50 10 cents additions' (roiu each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The gutter up of a club, it> untitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittance!) must be made by I'oßt OtHce Orders, ltank Chucks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the rUk ofthu person who forwarded it. Addroas Communications to Rev. W. K. Hubbert, A. M., Hlacksliurg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. tlunkeli I). D-, New Ma-Wet, Va.,or Kev. L. A. Fox, 1). D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. -Jtrohecker, Gold Hill. Rowan County, N. C. Moneys eau be received by any of the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 September 1884

Biographical Sketch of Kev. J- EBell. Rev. Joseph Edwards Bell, M. D., waa born on the 22d day of August, 1789, in the State of Virginia, and died the 7th day of February, 1871, at bis residense in Greene county, Tennessee; aged 81 years, 5 months, and 15 days. He is buried in Solomon's church-yard, at Gove Greek, Tennessee. The deceased sprang from poor, but honest parents. In early boyhood he learned the valuo and virtue of industry, and prudent economy.— While he was yet in the first flush of youth, with the meteoric lights, of ceaseless hope, pointing him to many prospective pursuits, he determined first, to educate himself well, as a prerequisite to future success in any pursuit he might choose. Before entering upon his primary studies, his parents moved from the State of Virginia to Tennessee, and settled in Washington county. Hero the deceased began, and completed his education. He labored one-half the year, and acquired, thus, the means to attend school the other half. In th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 18 September 1884

W * "«• ' It is the little things iti life that tell for good or evil. It is these that try our patience when they command our attention from the big things that scornworthv of our efforts, llut after all, it is attention to these same petty details that toll in the end. Few men have succeeded in business ventures without a talent for this kind of drudgery, and it is said of Wellington that his battles were won in camp, superintending the proper cooking of food that would maintain the health and spirits of his soldiers. Seemingly small business for so groat a man, out when history tells us that to this ono thing is due the honor he enjoyed of never having lost a battle, the end comes to justify the moans, and in view of such results we wonder that any should fail to realize the importance ol little things. Yet sadly inconsistent as it may seem, we go right on in the old way despising and ignoring the little things of every day life, because they seem insignificant and are so numerou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 September 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. LIFE AND DEATH. (From the Oentury.) O Solemn portal voilod in mist and cloud, Whore all whotaavolivod throng in, an endless line, Forbid to tell by backward look or sign What destiny awaits the advancing crowd. Bourne crossed but once with no return allowed, Dumb spectral giite, terrestial yet divine, Beyond whose arch all powers and fatos combine, Pledged to divulge no secrets of the shroud. Closo, close bohind we step, and strive to catch Borne whisper iu tho dark, somo glimmering light j Through circling whirls of thought intent to snatch A drifting hope—a faith that grows to sight: And yet assured, whatever may befall, That must be somehow best that coaies to all. C. I'. Cranoh. GOD MADE ALL. God made the sun, the moon, the stars lie made the earth and sen; Things great and small, God made thorn all, lie mado both you and me. AT NIGIIT. Jesus dear Kind watch keep Over me While I sleep ; Watcli we w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 September 1884

OUR CHaRCH PAPER, H*v. \V. K. IIUUUKUT, .V. M.,) Rbv. 8. HK.MvhJIj, t). I)., - Knnoiis. Hkv. Ij. A. KOX, l>. D., ) Ray. T. It. I'UOUIvJKKH, Coll. Kditoi:. TKU.US, Ul3ll, STHIC'I'L V lis ADVANCE One copy, annum $1.(J5 Tu clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministers, Willows of Milliliters, and Theological Stuileuts $1.50 10 touts additions' from each subscriber will ()<j required, to prepuy tlie postage for the year. The getter up of a club, in untitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to tile publishers. Remittances must bu made by l'ost Ottlce Oriers, Ilauk CUecks, or Registered Letters Wiian tbis is not done, money is seut at the risk of the pjrson who forwarded it. Ad.lruis • imu'iiunicatious to Rev. VV. K. lluhh.jrt, A. .M., UUeksburg, Montgomery Oounty, V i., or, Rev. 8. H«ukel,ll. D., New Jlaiket, Va.,or Rev. 1,. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. -itroheckor, Gold Hill, Hawaii County, N. (:. Moneys oau be ruceived ...

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