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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 September 1884

Home oue told us that Concordia College bad a debt ol' 500 dollars. This should not be, wo are personally acquainted with scores of laymen in Catawba and Lincoln counties who are rich. Any two of tbein could liquidate that debt and not feel it in the least. Will not a few of those wealthy brethren, imitate our good brother Haley Myers and raise the debt. It would at once take a burden off the minds of those brethren who have labored so long for that institution, and go a long way towards promoting our beloved Lutheran cause in the state. We did not attend the last meeting of our conference, but the action taken by our brethren, with regard to the district synod certainly met with our hearty approval. What we want in N. C., is a Joint Synod of North Carolina. llow well it sounds ! The people want it and the day is not far distant when we are going to have it. Tho old issues that separated the Lutheran church in this state are dead. They who may Btrivo to keep them alive and move on i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 25 September 1884

"SCHOOL IB IN." Gathering »t the portals, Gliding tlirough the doors, Seated on the benches, Little ones by scores ! Marching lo the music Of familiar airs, Tells the common story—"School life and its pares." Mossed little facs, Pictures in a row ; Buds of coming blossoms— How the dimples glow ; Mark < ach true endeavor To Fubdue the will, Stifling fun a ! id frolic, Trying to ke'p still. liosy little firgers Toying with the books, Lately picking berries In the shady nooks; Fuet that pr i»e rebellious To the measured tiead, Yea'erilay a-romplug Turough some clover he.l. Soon you'll take it kindly, Merry little men; Fighting bloodlees battles With the book and pen. Litl c men and maidens, You are sure to win— Hark, the bell In ringing, lleed it, "School is in." PERSONAL AM) LITERARY. —A Mrs. Cox, who Is eald to be a jister of Georgo W. Cable, tho novelist, is making a reputation for herself in New Orleans as a painter of animals. —Georgo Kimball, of Charleston, Montgomery ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 October 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. .HEISTKEXj & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. IN MEMORY OP LUTIIER. BY MABIANNB FARNISOIIAM. The people keep a festival, The rich and poor have mot, Aud strangers from all countries Breatho a name that none forget; And wealth and beauty gather there To.thiuk upon the bravo, And a prince has brought a laurel wreath And placed it on a grave. And once again the story Is told to children's ears, Of a boy's voice ringing through tho streets (We hear it down the years) In the little town of Eisenach, And a face with hunger white, And a soul that looked away to God In a wistful prayer for light. To-day they toll in Erfurt Of a young monk in bis coll, With care "too heavy to be borne," And tho Word beloved so woll; Of studious thoughts and prayerful lips, And eyes that flashed to seo, "Jesus has power to pardon sins, Will be not pardon me?" O, weary conflict of tbo soul Tbat bad at last an end! He knew the strange glad pcace tbat seemed From heaven to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 October 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kb v. W. K. IIUUUKRT. A. M.,) Rkv. S. l'LNKfcll., I). 1)., EniToi'B. Riv. L. A. FOX, I). I)., ) R*v. T. 11. STROiiECKKR, Con. Kditoh. TKR VIS, (J .1311, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, pur liDuuiu ifil.os T* clubs of twelve, for each #1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students #I.GO 10 cents additions' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage lor the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou 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 UoiuiuuiiiuaUons to Rev. W. K. Hubbort, A. 11., Hlacksburg, Montgomery Omnty, Va., or, Rev. S. Heukel, D. D., Now Mai ket, Vs.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys eau be received by any of the editoTH. Rev. S. R )thro...

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

Or r Clin lion Papbh. Life In Africa. LETTER NO. 4. When 1 last wrote you tho Juno tornadoes were hero, driving the rain torrents into every open crevice, unroofing the mud houses of the natives, and uprooting trees, to the great consternation of the frightened people, to whom these storms are objeots of terror. In their deep superstition they are thought to be the work of evil spirits, and should it happen that a falling limb struck any one, or the to wn be set on fire by lightning, it is always tho result of witchery; some person, either dead or alive, has a • spite at the victim, and takes this method of revenging himself. At almost every crash of thunder the entire population rush from their dwellings, and, with fingers pointing upward, Bcrcam at the top of their voices: "Witches, pass on 1 the man you are after does not live here!" If no damago is done and no one hurt, it is attributed to the loud yelling, the witch having gone elsewhere to look for the subject of his anger. Th...

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

PITH AM) I*ol NT. —'Tim lato Mr. Yale, of Now ffavon, left a fortune of $H,0i)0,0()0. Like Sunt»on, his strength was in his looks.— Bochcrtcr l'osl-Express. — Six months after mnrriago: "Wool, wool, Sandy, how d'ye like tho litilo leddv?" "Ah, wool. Alee, I'll nae dony that she has line conversational powers. " —Chicago Tribune. A Pennsylvania lady ninety-three years of milks, washes and bakes tor a family of three persons. A groat deal can lie got out of old people if they lire properly managed. Young people (jo not got enough r.st. — I.duUcLIU: Courier-Journal. —"Gentlemen," said the Texas mau in tho restaurant when the waiter •lumped a plate of hot soup down his back, "gentlemen, don't laugh." As he had risen to his feet and drawn two revolvers, his wishes were respected. —Tho New York Morninj Journal says that "a man in Ilarlem is so fat that the shadow lie casts is a*s round as a ball." He's pretty corpulent, no doubt; but there is amaniuNorristown so fat that his shadow leaves...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 October 1884

CHURCH i (PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. TIIE LIFE-BATTLE. From Eastman Journal. Tell tho soldier, once enlisted In life's thick, tumultuous strife, Sloth and case must be resisted, Struggle is the rule of life. None shall stop to plead excuses While forcos are unspent: lirave Agamemnon naught refuses, Cold Achilles keeps his tent. Kvery day some wrong (irises, Or some true task must be done; Duty then alono suffices— Wage the fight until it'» won. From the hosts that go to labor, Nothing yields a safe retreat; For, the work that serves your neighbor, Unto you will prove as sweet. Hternly welcome joy or sorrowFew attain the wislied-for goalHut, beckoning, shines some fair to-morrow For each bravoly trustiug boul. Courage comes from application Of a hoart that dare not shirk, And whose sweetest consolation Is upheld by steadfast work. JOHL Behton. Rest. "Arise yc and depart; for this ii not your rest."—Mioau ii. 10. One of the old Divines, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 October 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rkv. \V. E. iIUUHKKr, A. M.,l Huv. b. UENK.KL, D. D., <- Button*. RBV. L. A. FOX, U. L>., ) Rbv. T. 11. i ritOHEUKKU, Con. Kditok. TJCRMS, OA ill, STRICTLY INADVAJSCE One copy, per auuum $1.(50 Te clubs of twelve, for each $1.5U To Miulslers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students #1.50 10 cents additions' from each subscriber Will be required, to prepay the postage for the year, file getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank. Checks, or ltogistercd Letters Wuen this is not done, money is sent at the rUk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Hcv. W. E. Hubbort, A. 41., Blacksburg, Montgomery Oniuty, Va., or, Rev. 8. Honkel, D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. Stroheckor, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 October 1884

Begin Willi tlie (hliUren When God determined to make him a church on earth, he "called Abraham alone, and blessed him and increased him." Ho did not choose a great nation, and by mighty works and preaching endeavor to build a great church at once. He took one man, and promised that he sbould become a mighty nation, because he know him, that ho would command his children, and his household after him, that they should keep the way of the Lord. Afterwards, when he- gave a written law to men, he commanded that they sbould teach it to their children. The wisdom of this ol't repeated command is shown, not only in the past history of Israel, but in the existence of the jews of to-day. If Hebrew parents permitted their children to grow up in ignorance of the tenets of their religion, and to stray about from Sunday-school to Sunday-school, and from church to church, according to their own whims, how long would Judaism continue to exist t If Christian parents discharged their duty to their c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 October 1884

AI'TCMS KHYMKS September's come at last, , , The holidays art' past. The small boy now must tuko his way M school. school, school. The wnggllug worm rejoices, . The bullfrogs tuuo they voices, Auil perch and pickerel gigsle In the i'OOl. pool, pool. The fishing-lines and hooks (live place to slates and books. To primers. readers, spoilers, maps ami thins* things, things; The hat w put away m I'ntil some future day: All theso and other changes autumn brings, brings, brings. The dragglst's eyes no inoi* Hts customers explore. To catch the meaning spoken In a wink, wink. wiuk; The weather's growing oold. He needs not to be tolil The nature of the beverage the'll drink* drink, driuk. The tly has had his day. No more he'll frisk and play, And skate upon the glossy, shining crown. crown, crown; The bald man's overjoyed, His ettemy destroyed. In peace once more he soon will sit htm down, down. down. And now the ladies, bless 'em!— \v hen gone out much we miss 'emAre from the beaches coming...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 October 1884

ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. The Virginia Synod. Tho lifty-lifth Convention of the Virginia Synod assembled in Trinity Evan. Luth. Church, of Stephens City, Va., Eov. L. L. Smith, pastor. The opening sermon was preached by Rev. J. A. Snyder, of Now Market, Va. The Synod was organized by the election of Rev. D. M. Gilbert, D. D., of Winchester, Va., President; Rev. L. L. Smith, of Strasburg, Secretary; &ud Rev. D. M. Moser, of Shepherdstown, Treasurer. The President submitted an elaborate report, exhibiting the work of the Church for the Synodical year, and making suggestions for the aotiou of the Synod. Reports were submitted from the standing committees endorsing the general operations of the Church, and giving direction for the current year. Report of the committee on minutes of General Synod made a lengthy report, the consideration of which occupied nearly two days. The Synod was divided iu its seutimonts on the Board of Missions...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 October 1884

OUR CHURCH P/iPER. K#v. VV. K. UUBUKRT, A. M.,) RKV. S. IIIONKKL, I), 1)., • Kditoiib. Kbv. L. A. FOX, 1). i)., ) R«v. T. 11. 51'liOHKOKBR, Con. Kditoh. TKli.Vli, U v >11, STRICTLY lI^ADVANCK One copy, puruuuuui $1.(15 To clubs of twelve, for each i{SI.6U To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students .ft.so 10 ceots iiddltioua' from each subscriber Will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, in entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by l'ost Otllce Orders, Haus Checks, or Registered Letters VVheu this is uot done, mouey is sent at the risk of the pjrson who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., ttlacksburg, Montgomery O muly, V'a., or, Rev. S. llenkel, D. D., New Market, V&.,or Kev. Ij. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Itev. T. 11. Stroheeker, Gold 11 ill, Rowan O >uuty, N. C. Moneys cau be receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 October 1884

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. The First Hist. Conference of the Indiana Synod- \ This Conference convened in Philadelphia Ev. Luth. Church, Park Co., Ink, Oct. 2, 1884. The ministers present were Revs. M. J. Stirewalt, J. Good, R. E. McDaniel, A. V. House, and J. C. Barb. Conference was organized by the election of the usual officers. Tho following programme was taken up in regular order and the various subjects were discussed at length, all the ministers present taking part in tho discussions: Should children be baptized, and why f—Rev. M.J. Stirewalt. Controversies ol'the Reformation— Rev. J. C. Barb. The means of Grace—Rev. R. E. McDaniel. Bible Feet Washing—Rev. A. V. House. Tho sessions of conference were well attended by the people in the vicinity of the church, and the occasion was pleasant, and, wo trust, profitable to all. The brethren were all jovial and social in their common interviews, bnt serious and in earnest in their work for which they had come together. Th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 October 1884

RELIGIOUS AND EDUCATIONAL. —American school books are said t< bo the best ill the world. —Burt Or. Wilder, Professor of Physiology at Cornell University, says that 11 student should not study more than eight hours a day, and never directly after eating. —Said one wealthy Christian merchant: "I was tho son of a minister who had never moro than 8200 salary; but I nevorwont to the monthly concert without my penny, and I have kept up tho giving habit, "by tho grace of God, from that timo to this." — Jlaptist Weekly. —A colored exhortcr of Houston, Tex., one Sunday recently led his congregation to the base-ball field, where several disrospectors of God's day were playing, and knelt down with his congregation around and on ail tho bases, thereby effectually stopping tho gamo. — Chicago Times. —Heretofore Jewish women have never been permitted to vote or tako an active part in church affairs. Tho leading synagoguo of Philadelphia, however, has determined to accord to them tho sa...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 October 1884

CHURCH iPAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. The Character of True Religion. "O that thero was such an heart in thorn, that tlicy would fear mo, and keep all my commandments always, that it might be well with them, and with their children for over!" — Deut. v. 29. Here we see the character of real religion. The seat of it is the heart— The principles of it is the fear of Ood— Tho expression of it is keeping his Commandments ; aM of them; anil always. We have also the benefit resulting Iron it. Tho good is porsonal—that it might be well with them. And relative—and with their children. And durable—for ever. But how lovely does God appear in the concern he here expresses ! "O that there were such an heart in them, that they would fear me, and keep all my commandments always, that it might bo well with them, and with their children for ever!"—lt is the language of complaint. It is as mnch to say, "But Ido not find it so. Is he then disappointed ? No...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 October 1884

UUR CHURCH PAPER. lUv. W. E. lIUBUEKT, A. M.,) Rav. S. lIENivEL, I). 1)., J- Editokb. Rbv. L. A. FOX, l>. O, ) Rav. T. il. dTItOIIIWICKK, <Jou. Knrroit. TJ5KM3,0A.311, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Oqo copy, per annum SjI.CG To clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, anil Theological Students ifl.CO 10 eonts additioua' fronj each subscriber will be required, to prepay the posing for the year. The getter up of a club, is untitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must bo made by Post OlHce Orders, Hank Chucks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money ie sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Kev. W. E. Hubbert, A. 11., Ulacksbure, Montgomery OJunty, Va., or, Kev. S. Ileukol, D. D., New Mai ket, Va. ,or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Hev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received liy any of the eJtt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 October 1884

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. Tbc Great Northwest- NO. 1. The National Educational Convention at Madison, Wisconsin. The engrossing nature of my work at Roanoke College has left me daring twelve years scarcely any time, summer or winter, to travel merely for pleasure. The necessity, however, of taking recreation to recover strength after a long illness in the spring, suggested the idea of going to Madison, Wisconsin, to attend for the first time a meeting of the National Educational Association, July 14-19 th, and of extending the journey thence to the Valley ot the Red River of the North and the famous Yellowstone National Park, "the Wonderland of the World." Having been permitted to carry out these plans in full, I now undertake to write a brief, hurried account of the trip in order that my friends may, to some extent at least, become sharers in my pleasure. As 1 look back over this journey of 5,000 miles, I am filled with a sense of gratitude for this season of enjoyment ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 October 1884

PERSONAL AM) LITERARY. - M. Worth, the Parisian fashion king, is fiftv-five years old, fat, pleasantlooking and very bald-headed. Christino Nilsson says that she Is delighted to get back to* "dear America. She is to make it her future home.—N. Y. Graphic. —Miss Chamberlain, the famous beauty who has been the social sensation in England for a couple of years, has returned to her Cleveland home.- - Cleveland Leader. —Mrs. Reynolds, daughter of Elmira's millionaire, Dr. Eldridgo, has created a sensation thero by sending her husband adrift because ho was spending the $2,000,000 she had inherited, foolishly.—Buffalo (AT. Y.) Express. —Rev. 11. Root, a bank President at Valley City, Dakota, sued tho Times of that place for $ 17,000 damages for charging him with perjury, embezzlement and stealing Sunday-school coppers. Tho jury awarded him six cents. —Detroit I'ost. —Hill Nye, tho Western humorist, has res'gned tlie postmastership lie held in Laramie City, as well as his connection with th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 October 1884

CHURCH I PAPER, ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. JUST AS I AM-A VERSION FOR THE YOUNG. Just as I am, without a care, Finding the world so fresh and (air, And longing still its gifts to share, O Lamb of God, I come! Just as I am, for Thou has sought And touched me in my secret thought; Though I obeyed not when I ought, O Lamb of God, I come! Just aa I am, a willful child, With selfish aims and fancies wild. To learn of Thee obedience mild. O Lamb of God, I come! Just as I am; my heart will beat To music made by dancing feet, And yet for joys thou holdest meet. O Lamb of God, I come 1 Just as I am: I will not wait Till years have made me more sedate; E'en now I grieve, because so late, O Lamb of God, I come! Just as I am: the cross a pain, Afraid to lay it down again; Bocause so sinful, weak and vain, O Lamb of God, I come I y Just as I am: Thy grace withstood. And asking who will show me good— Now to be answered, through Thy bloftd, O Lamb of God, I...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 October 1884

GQH CHURCH PAPER. JUv. W. E HUIiUIiIVT, A. M., | Hbv. si. 11KMKUL, 0. I)., •• Kditokb. Hut. U .V. FOX, 1). Li., ) Hnv. T. 11. afHOiiEUKSU, Oob.lditoii. TliilYH, U STKICTLY ISADVANCE One copy, per imiuiu $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for oach $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological students ®1.50 10 «outa aJdith>i}n' from each subscriber Will bu required, to prepay tho postage for tho year. Tue getter up art a club, lt> entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to tho publishers. Homlttanews must Ix) made by Post Office Orders, Hunk Chiwks, or Ucgisterod Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of tho person who forwarded It. Addrass Oommutiioatlons to Uov. W. E. Hubbort, A. M., Mackaburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, 8 Uev. 8. Ifonkel,!). D., New Maflcot, \Ta.,o» liev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Snlem, Va., or Hov. T. 11. Htroheoker, Gold Hill, Howtn Connty, C. Moneys can tro rixxitvcd by any of the edit&...

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