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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 October 1884

with a sort of bead-work which is singularly beautiful. The basins are constantly increasing in height by the calcareous deposit from the springs, aud as the water rnns over the rims and trickles down the sides, in places from six to ten feet, stalaotites or fluted columns of various sizes, most exquisitely ornamented, are formed. Wood, iron, or glass placed in these Bprings will become thoroughly coated with lime in a few days. Most of the pools are quite shallow; in some cases there are scalloped ridges across the basins, these dividing lines and the bottoms o( the ; springs resembling the most delicate coral. Add to this the bright hues of pink, yellow, and green, which mingle with the snowy whiteness of the lime formation and yon have a picture whioh no pen can adequately describe and no penoil faithfully portray. The springs flow for years and then die out in some places and burst forth at others. When a spring ceases to flow, the aotion of the atmosphere soon discolors the bea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 October 1884

The Wild Dock. This well-known species is one of the most widely distributed of tbi« Wideranging family, for it occurs not only all over t lio northern portion of the Old World, extending to China and Japan, but it is also met with in North America, as far south as Mexico, The wild duck breeds in many parts of the Unitod Kingdom, and where not disturbed does not betray anv groat fear of man. The nest is placed on the ground, often at some distance from the water, and in one instance the writer remembers having come across a duck sitting on nine eggs nt least half a mile from tlie lake where numbers of others were breeding. It is strange that the sitting bird should exposo her young brood, oven if they should bo safely hatched, to the risk of capture by a fox or other wild animal on their way to tho water. The nest in question was placed in a small wooden doll, and was overhung by a bush, which would have effectually concShled it had not the old bird betrayed ita presence by flying o...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 November 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. MY SHEPHERD. "He leadeth me!" Ami so I need not seek my own wild way Across the desert wild; lie knoweth where the soft green pasture* lie, Where the still waters glide, /And how to reach the coolness of their rest Beneath the calm hillside. "He leadeth me!" ZA.nd though it bo by rugged, weary way* Where thorns spring sharp and sore, No pathway can seem strange or desolate Where Jesus "goes before." His gentle shepherding my solace is, And gladness yet in store. "He leadeth me!" I bhall not take one heedless step through all, In wind, or heat, or cold , And all day long Ho sees the peaceful end Through trials manifold. •Up the fair hillsldo, like some sweet surprise, Waitoth the quiet fold. — Word and Work. For Our Church Paper. Lnlher * Maladies from 1525-1537. BY J. a. M. CONTINUED. Jn September, Luther left homo in accordance with tlie promise be gave on Juue 8, to Landgrave, Philip of Hesse, to att...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 November 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. ltav. W. B. HUUHKKT, A. M.,> Rav. eJ. Llli-Slilil., 0. U., - Editoiis. Ukv. li. A. FOX, 0. U., ) Rav. T. H. oTIiOHK JKKK, Cull. Kditok. TiiiUS, UikatI,BTKICTLY lisADVANCE One copy, pur uuuum f1.05 To clubs of twelve, for ouch jjsl.du To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological .Sludeuts $1.50 10 cunts additioua' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postagu for tbe your. Tuu getter up of a club, is untitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be turnished on application to the publisher*. Remittances must bo made by I'ost OlUce Orders, liaun Ouecks, or ttegtalcred Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of tliu person who forwarded It. Addres.s Oomrauiiications to Kev. VV. E. Hubburt, A. >\l., Ulaoksburg, Montgomery Oo«inty, ,V T ii. , or, Kev. S. Honkel,D. D., Now Market, /a.,or Rev. L. A. Pox, 1). D., Sulem, Va., or * Rev. T. H. Stroheckor, Gold Hill, Kow»n County, N. C. Moneys eau be received by any...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 November 1884

HERE AND THERE. Rev J. Raible ia pastor of the Lutheran church at Monroe, Mich., in vrhich the Gen. Council convened last week. Candidate Folk has declined to serve a charge at present, and has goue to the Philadelphia Theological Seminary with a view to further proseoute bis studies. The Bon. James Russell Lowell, American Minister to England, said, in a speech delivered in' Birmingham, Oct. 6: "The people of England are continually saying that America 'is in the air.' lam glad to think that it is, since the term means only that a clearer conoeption of human claims and buman duties is beginning to prevail.',' There are men whose horizon is too narrow, and there are men whose bor-, izon is too broad. There are men who cannot look beyond the fence that incloses their own little lot; and there are men who cannot see the weeds that grow in their own little lot because they are always looking over the fence at what lies beyond.' ■ v m The proverbial shoemaker whose children go barefoot,...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 November 1884

PERSONAL AND LITERARY. —There aro thrco hundred women employed as journalists in the United States. —Mrs. resident Tyler dresses her nair precisely jws she did when a young bride in the White House. —Mayor Hutchinson, of Utica, looks so much like Napoleon 111., thab when Eugenic Bivw hiin in England, a whilo ago, she fainted away.—Utica (A 7 . 1.) Ucrahl. X{cv. .Tames Frooman Clarke, of Boston, recently completed his seventyfourth year. Physically and mentally he yet seem.* as" vigorous as he was thirty years ago.—Boston Transcript. —The youngest of Delaware's Judges, Associate Judj;e Wales, is sixty years old. Chancellor Saulsbury is sixty-six. Chief Justice Comegy is past seventy. Judge Houston is close on to seventy. J udgu Wootten is nearly eighty. —Samuel Crump, of Pittsford, near Rochester, N. Y., has roeently sold to Nathan Greeley, of Kansas- City, a file of the New York Tritium covering lho entire period of Horace Greeley's Editorship, a period of twenty-eight years. The ed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 November 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENEEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. BLESSINGS IN DISGUISE. "In the world ye aball have tribula^on." "I bave chosen thee in the furnace of affliction." "Sorrows are written in Clod's catalogue of Blessings." Sorrow and trial, Lord, Thou'st said, Must be our portion here, And to Tby Word our hearts would bow, E'en though it cost us dear; The darkest cloud will beam with light, If Thou but drawest near! 'Tis well; e'en though our path should lie Through trials sore and deep; And from our seeds of earthly joy A harvest sad we reap; Not always theirs tbe happiest lives Who never nfaed to weep. Earth's fairest things must pass away. The sweetest and t|e best; We must be taught how vain to seek On earth continued rest. To draw some flowers' fragrance forth Tbey must be sorely pressed. 'Tis well we should be free from earth, 'Tis better, happier far, E'en tho' through life's long darksomo night We see no guiding litar; Well, if we mount to heave...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 November 1884

H OUR CHURCH PAPER. ttuv. \V. K. lIUUUBItT, A. M., f lUv. d. lUJNKiSL., U. D., f Editoiib. Hkv. i,. A. KOX, I), u., ) ltuv. I'. 11. il'U.mii JKKH, Cob. Bditoi:. Tii.it.VlS, UAali, BTKICTLY IKADV AN(JE Out) copy, per annum $I.GG Tti clubs of twelve, for each ijsl.6u To Ministers, Wiuows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 cents additioua' from eaeli subscriber will be required, to prepay tbe postage for tlie ye.ir. Tlie getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. • Advertising rates will be furnished on application to tbe publishers. Remittances must be made by l'ost Office Orders. B.»uls Checks, or ilegistercd Letters When this is not done, mouey is sent at the risk of the porsou who forwarded it. Address • Jommunications to Hev. W. E. llubburt, A. M., HUeksburg, Montgomery Oounty, Va., or, Kcv. S. Hunkel,!). D., New Market, Va.,or Rev. r,. A. Fox, 1). I)., Sulom, Va., or ltuv. T. Gold Hill, itowan County, N. O. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. _ Hev. r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 November 1884

For Our Church Paper. Lutheran Schools. If Lutherans do not send their daughters to Lutheran Seminaries, it will not be for a want of good schools. We favor Lutheran schools for Lutheran children, and parents should use every exertion to have their children educated in schools of their own "household of faith,'' rather than seek and foster those of the sects. We have good schools which should be brought to notice, and we beg space to mention one, seldom noticed in Our Church Paper, and which, among many others, is deserving. We refer to "Hagerstown Seminary,'' at Hagerstown, Md., under the management of Be v. O. L. Keedy, A. M., M. D., for the past nine years. The faculty numbers thirteen excellent teachers; one, Miss Duphorne, has been with the school nine years, and Mis<t Emma L. Parry is known to the Lutheran Ohurch, as a writer of high order. There are . eleven acres in the grounds, with flowers, and over six hundred ornamental trees. The buildiugs are excellent; the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 November 1884

Mrs. Jones Rocitos History. "P»," asked Willi" Jones, as he was jtudving bis history lesson, "who jviis Helen oi Troy?" ••Ask your ma," said Mr. Jones, who was not u|> in classic lore. • Helen of Troy," replied Mrs. Jones, who was sewing a now heel on the ba-In-'s shoe, "was a girl who used to live with Ho; she came from Troy, New York, and we found her in an intelligence ollioe. She was the best girl I isver bad before your pa struck Bridget." "Did pa ever strike Bridget?" nsked Willie, pricking up his ears. "1 was speaking paragorically," said Mrs. Jones. There was silence for a few moments, then Willie came to another epoch in history. "Ma, who was Mark Antony?" "An old colored man who lived with mv pa. What docs it say about him there?" "It says his wife's name was Cleopatra." •* "The very same! Old Cleo' used to wash for us. It's strange how they eonte to bo in that book." "History repeats itself," murmured Mr. Jones vaguely, while Willie looked at his ma with wonder...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 November 1884

CHURCH PAPER, ISTABUSHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. UY ROOK AND ItEFUGE. God I Thou art my rock of strength And my home ia in thy arms; Thou wilt send me help at length, And I feel no wild alarms. Sin nor death can pierce the shield Thy defence has o'er me thrown, Up to Thee myself I yield, And my sorrows are Thine own. Thou my ihelter from the blast, Thou my strong defence art ever; Though my sorrows thicken fast, Yet I know Thou leay'st me —nhvbk j When my foe puts forth bis might, And would tread me in the dust, To this rock I take my flight, And I conquer him through trust. Christiana, cast on Him your load, To your tower of refuge fly; Know Ho is the living God, Ever to his creatures nigh. Seek His ever open door In your hours of utmost need ; All your hearts before Him pour, He will send you help with speed. For Our Church Paper. Luther's Maladies from 1525-1537- BY J. O. M. CONTINUED. How Luther was tortured day and night, and deprived of rest and...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 November 1884

OUR CHOECH PAPER. lUv. W. E. HUUUERT, A. M.,) RBV. S. UENKISL, O. D., S- Editoi:B. Rbv. L. A. FOX, 1). I)., ) Hky. T. 11. dTKOIIECKKR, Con. Kditok. T.JItMS, U V-iH,STRICTLY INADVANCE Oje copy, pcrnuuuni $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each 5)'..60 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.00 10 couts adilitioua' from each subscriber will bij required, to prepay the postage for the year, i'lie getter up of a club, ib entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising r.Ues will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders. lianK Checks, or Registered Letters When this i 9 not done, money is sent at the risk of the porson who forwarded it. Ail Iress Communications to Rev. W. K. Hubb.irt, A. M., Ulaoksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Honkel, D. D., New Market, Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D„ Salem, Va., or Rev. T. IJ. Stroheckor, Gold Hill, Rowan County. N. O. Moneys can be roceived by any of the editors. Rev. 8. ltothrock, Gold Hi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 November 1884

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. Colleges and the Christian Church. Messrs. Editors: —Please give the following from tbe Newberry College Stylus, a place in Our Church Paper: "The work of the Colleges all over the land has again been resumed, and, as far as we have been able to learn, under the most favorable auspices.— From different sources we learn that there aro about four hundred 80-ca'.led Colleges and Universities in the great Republic of America, from which there went forth into active life last year over two. thousand graduates. The total number of instructors in these four hundred colleges is, at present, about three thousand: and the entire number of students in all the departments is not less than fifty-live thousand. About eight thousand five hundred, of these fifty five thousand are young ladies. It is a most interesting and delightful fact, in connection with these statistics, that, of these four hundred colleges in our land, over two hundred and fifty are strict...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 November 1884

WIT AND WISDOM. —The teeth perform the duties of tho tongue when tuey chatter. —Never fail to keep your appointments or to be punctual to tho minuto. There are few things in the world more rasping than a iilo of unpaid bills. —Toledo American. It Is a singular thing, but tho most E leasing period of a dentist s life is when c looks down in tho mouth. —Tho poor man with an idea of poverty is no worse off than a rich man with a poverty of ideas. —A gentleman whose initials are W. E. D. has just been married. It is better to marry'than to remain a bachelor nnd spoil a great coincidence.— Chicago llera'.tl. —Every ship that comes to America got its chart from Columbus. Every novel is a debtor to Homer. Every carpenter who shaves with a foreplane borrows tho genius of a forgotten inventor. —Emerson. —Tho Texas Legislature has given another million acres of land for universities and another for common schools, and voted to submit a constitutional amendment permitting local school taxation...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 November 1884

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL <fe CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. FADED LEAVES. Tho hills aro bright with maples yet, But down the levol laud The beech leaves rustle In the wind, As dry and brown as sand". The clouds in bars of rusty red Along the hill-tops glow ; And in the still sharp air the first Is like a dream of snow. The berries of tho brier rose Have lost thoir rounded pride ; The bitter-sweet, chrysanthemums Are drooping heavy-eyed. The cricket grows more friendly now ; The dormouse sly and wise, Hiding away in the disgrace Of Nature from men's eyes. The pigeons, in black wavering lines, Are winging toward tho sun; And all tho wide and withered fields Proclaim the Summer done. For Our Church. Paper. Tlie Ureal Northwest- No. 5. THE FALLS OF THE YELLOWSTONE. As we draw nearer to the falls, the bills, come closer together, confining the river in a narrow channel, through which it moves with stately majesty. In the dusk of evening just before go ing into camp...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 November 1884

OUR CHURCH PAPER. ltav. VV. K. HIIUUBItT, A. M.,) Kkv. 8. UENKEL, 1). D., > Editoih. K»v. U A. FOX, O. 1) , ) Rav. T. ii. BTKOHECK.EK, Cob. Kditok. TKU.US. CAill, STRICTLY INADVANCE Oae copy, perauiium $1.65 Ts cluos of twelve, for each 11.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, aud Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 couts additions' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the ye.tr. The getter up of a club, it> entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be I'urnlshed on application to the publisher?. Remittance* must be made by Post Office Orders. Bauk Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Uomraunlcatious to Rev. W. I?. Hubbert, A. M., Blaeksburg, Montgomery 0 >unty, Va., or, Rev. S. Houkel,D. I)., New Market, \Ta.,or Rev. Ij. A. Fox, I). I)., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. Strohocker, Cold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be rsceived by any of tbe...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 November 1884

The seeming shipwrecks wa meet with in the voyage of life, often prove 1 the very things which best speed oar coarse to the haven where we would be. Were the husband as blind to the faults of the wife as the lover is blind f to the faults of the maiden, few unhappy marriages would follow happy courtships. "Ah 1 it's women's mission to make fools of men,'' sighed a languid fop. "And how vexed we are," said a brighteyed feminine present, "to find that nature has so often forestalled us." History is a voico forever sounding across the centuries the laws of right and wrong. Opinions alter, manners change, creeds rise fall, bat the moral law is written or the tablets of eternity.— Froude. book notices. Minutes of the Evangelical Lutheran Synod of Virginia, held in Trinity Church, Stephen's City, Va., Sept. 30 Oct. 6, 1884. Its officers are, Rev. D. M. Gilbert, President; Rev. L. L. Smith, Secretary; Rev. D. M. Moser, Treasurer. The number of Ministers is 28; Pastorates, 25; Churches, 60;...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 November 1884

THE DUDE. • What Is the rtudo, pupa?" sho Mid, With sweet inquiring eyes, Ami t« the knowledge-seeking malu. Her daddy thus replies: A weak mustache, a cigarette, A tliliteon-hutton vest, A curled-rim hut—a minaret— Two watch-chain* cross the breast! A pair of bangs, a lazy drawl, A lack-a-daisy air: For gossip at the club or ball, Some little ptujt "affair." Two pointed shoes, two spindle shank*. Complete the nether charms; And follow tltly in the ranks Tlio two bow-legged arms: An empty head, a buffoon's sense, A posing attitude: " By Jove!" "Eirad!" "Hut aw!" " Immense r" All those make up the dude. —I'liiUuleliihla Pre4K. JAPANESE FOLK-TALES. Probably in no country in the world oan thero be found such a wealth of folk-lore, fairy tales and legends as in Japan, and the existence of tlieso creations of the fancy is quite in keeping with that gay, light-hearted character which has won for the inhabitants the title, among many others, of "The French of tlie East." The study of Japan...

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

CHURCH PAPER, STA BUSHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. From the New York Observer. SONGS IN THE NIGHT. In joy shall I praise Thee And doubt Thee in pain 7 Rejoice when the measure Of life's golden grain Is full to overflowing, Yet think not of owing Thee thanks when my asking And waiting seem vain ? Shall I in the sunlight Be free from alarm, But doubt in the darkness Thou'lt keep me from harm ? Tho' foes be pursuing Who seek my undoing, Shall I not And safety Within Thy strong arm ? Then sweet be thy praises, My soul, in the night; In His love confiding Till dawneth the light. How safe His enfolding, How firm His upholding, They know who in weakness Have leaned on His might. For Our Church Paper. The Great Northwest No. G. MOUNT WASHBUBN. Our next point is Mount Wasbburn. There is only a bridle-path over the mountain to Yancey's, twenty-two miles distant; and there are no horses available. It is a drive of eighty miles around by the Mammoth Hot Bprings. We...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. IVbv. VV. E. HUB BERT, A.. M.,) Rkv. 3. HENK'EL, I). 1)., /■ Editoi:B. Rbv. L,. A. FOX, 1). D., ) Rbv. T. 11. STROHEUKER, Con. Editor. TEitHd, 0 K3II, SSTKIUTLV lIC ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1.65 T® clubs of twelve, for each ®1.5U To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological dtuduatß $1.50 10 cents additions' from each subscriber will bo 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 Post OfUce Orders, Ban!: 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. Hubbert, A. M., UUjksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. Cj. ileukel.D. D-, New Market, \Ta.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Saletn, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, ltowan County, N. C. Moneys can be ruceived by any of th« edito.ru. . Rev. S. R ithrock...

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