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

BOOK NOTICES. The Red Mantle. From the German of Louisa Pichler. By K. E. Ileyser. Philadelphia : Lutheran Publication Society. 1884. Price 50 cents per copy. This is a very neat volume of the Fatherland Series, containing 124 pages. The matter is presented in such manner a& to urge the reader on from page to page, with increasing interest and stronger desire to reach the end. It is a religions story that will please and instruct as well as arouse the feelings in admiration of the workings of Providence in overrulings ultimately for the best to those who put their trust in the Father of lights. Stall's Lutheran Year Book. 1885. Edited by Rev. Sylvanus Stall, A. M. Published by the Author, and for sale by all tho Lutheran Publication Houses and Book Stores in tho United States. Those desiring this work should address any of these establishments. Price, 25 cents. A copy of this work, for 1885, is before us. It contains 194 pages. Its matter is invaluable to every minister ...

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

FACTS AXD FIfIURES. —About 8,000,000 pine-apples and 600,000 bunches of bananas aro imported nt New York every season. —A Chinese encyclopedia, begun more than 100 years ago and still unfinished, lias already filled nearly 100,000 volumes. —Manhattan Island contains about 12,500 acres, of which 8,600 are covered with houses, 1,000 are in parks, and 8,000 are still unoccupied. In the last ten years 2,000 acres havo been built up. —N. Y. Times. —No prisoner has escaped from the Vermont State Prison for thirteen years past. Last year the prison contained 120 men convicts and one woman. The earnings amounted to 816.845, which was $3,252 less than the expenses. The State received fifty cents a day for the labor of each convict.—Rutland (!'•) Ilcralil. —In China the market quotations aro all in Uncle Sam's dollar marks. Handkerchiefs are worth from G2 to 78 cents per dozen; black velvet, 19 cents per yard, 32 inches wide; woolen blankets, 12 pounds, per pair, $5.75. liird s nests, first q...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEUSTKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XII. THE HOLY SPIRIT ENTREATED. BT BKV. JOEL BWABTZ, D. D. Spirit of life and truth and love, Oar Comforter and Guide, Descend upon u§, Heavenly Dove, And with our souls abide I Without thy presence all is dark, Our souls are dead in sin ; Strike from thy word a living spark And quicken us within. Reveal our guilt and helplessness, Our captive wills release ; Give ns the contrite soul's distress, The convert's inward peace. Shine thou upon the written word, And on our vision shine, That we may see our Saviour, Lord, In every gracious line. And guide us in the paths of peace Through life's uneven way, Until these earthly wanderings cease In heaven's unclouded day. For Our Church Paper. Tbe Great Northwest- No. 7. Great Bailways—Montana and Dakota— Pyramid Park. DariDg the war, the pressure or military necessity, forced to completion the Union Paciflo Railway, which with its branches now embraces an aggrega...

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

UUR CHURCH PAPER. H*v. \V. E. IIUBBERT, A.M.,) Rsv. 8. lIENKtiL, D. D., > Editoisb. Rbv. li. A. FOX, U. D., ) „ Rbt. T. 11. dTROHECKKR, Cobßpitok. TdtnH.C Jioll, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, perannum $1.65 T» clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.60 10 cents additions' froui each subscriber will bo required, to prepay the postage for (he year. Tue getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will bo furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must bo made by Post Ofllce Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money iB sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Ad Iruss Communications to Rev. W, E> llubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery Oouuty, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. D-, New Market, Rev. fi. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohocker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. , .. Moneys can be racoived by any ol the Rev. S. Rithrock...

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

CORRESPOND ENCE. For Oar Church Paper. An Acknowledgment—A Letter. Well, our kind, old Bro. in Christ, Mr. Andrew Sechrist, from "Armstrong, Erath Co., Texas," sent me another letter containing 85.00 which be requests me to appropriate to the upbuilding of our beloved Lutheran Zion. This I will faithfully attend to. He will please pardon me for giving publicity to his interesting letter; as it was not intended for any thing more than a private letter. I trust he will not censure me for doing this, as his letter so nobly expresses what ever professing Christian should feel and inculcate- And besides, its publication may induce some one of our young ministers to go to the relief of these people, as it would in all likelihood soon result in great good. 1 know old Bro. Sechrist to be a sin cere and upright Christian, and that he means business in the right direction. I hope the condition of things there will be considered by some one, even if it is not by one of onr Tenn. ministers. But...

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

USEFUL A>'l) SUGGESTIVE." '* • 1 ■ —Try eating onions and horse-radish to relieve dropsical swellings. —Early amber cane was successfully rai.-od in Connecticut last year. Tho co-it of the sirup was about twenty-six cents per gallon. -—When one has had a fever, and the hair is falling off, take a teacup of sago, steep it in a quart of soft water, strain it oil' into a tight bottle. Sponge tho head with the tea frequently, wetting 1 iv roots of the lmir.—Country Ocntletiiun. —A very nicc batter pudding is made with i ight eggs, one quart of milk, one pint ■>! Hour, and a pinch of salt. Mix the i oi:r and milk together and strain, l'eat t e whites and yolks separately, r:i all t gether and liake. Serve with cri am o. hard sauce. —The Ilotu-eJiold. — Don't follow in the same ruts this sens, nt at you did last. l)o something d'ffe,ie;i!ly. Try experiments of some soi t. (!,\v the lioys a chance to grow a crop of corn on their own account. Save tine, money and labor...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. 1118 ADVENT. " The King is coming I strew the way With branching palms and lily-flowers! Let banners wave in proud array, And mirth and music crowd the day Through all its rosy hours I" So spake the people long ago, But when indeed the King had come, There was no rushing to and fro, No trumpet-call or pompous show, And every voice was dumb. For 10, within a mangcr-bcd He lay, a little naked child; No glory was about him shed, Bave that above his crownless bead A virgin mothor smiled. What would the world of such a king?— Away with him I their high-priests cried; Nor ceased until—ah, cruel thiDg! An eager crowd came hurrying To see him crucified. High-priest and populace did meet With one accord their King to slay: They pierced bis hands ; they nailed his feet; There never was so ead and iweet A sight before that day. For ho who hung upon the tree With his last breath their sin forgave, Even while they ...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. ltav. W. E lIUBIIERT, .V. 51.,) Khv. Ji. HENKEL, L>. 1)., Editor. lUv. 1,. A. KOX, D. L>., ) ltnv. T. 11. STKOHBCKEK, Cob. JCditok. Trill tli, U STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each ijl.sU To Slinlslers, SVUlows of Ministers, and Theological Students #1.50 10 cunts additiona' from each subscriber will bu required, to prepay the postage for the year. I'ne setter up of a club, identified to 1 copy fret-. Advertising rates will be furnished on applic itiou to the publishers. Remittances must be nude by l'ost Office Orders, Bank Chucks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is seut at the risk of tiia person who forwarded it. Address lommunications to Hev. W. E. Hibbort, A. M., Bl i iksburg, Montgomery County, V*., or, Rev. 8. llinkeljD. D., New Market, Hev. 1.. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Hev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County. N. C. Moneys can be roceivtd by any of the editors. Rev. ...

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

For Our Church Paper. Proposed Roanoke College Reunion. As it is supposed, that many graduates, ex-students, and friends of Roanoke College, will visit New Orleans during the great Expositibn, the Faculty are considering the expediency of having a Roanoke Reunion in that city, a few days after Mardl Gras, February 17th, 1885. They are in doubt as to whether it would prove expedient to make the appointment, and are now waiting to hear from a greater number of thoso interested— All who favor the Reunion, and think they could attend, will please write to some member of the Faculty at once. There should be no delay, as it will be necessary to appoint a local committee in New Orleans; and all this will require time. W. O. Dreheb. Salem, Ya. Dec. 12,1884. BOOK NOTICES. The December number of the Eclectic, a magazine of pure literature, has been received. It is a choice number, the contents varied and interesting. The price is 82.00 per year, and is fully worth the price. Address Misses An...

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

PERSONAL AND LITERARY. —Mrs Booth, mother of tho acter, lives in Philadelphia. She lms a kind, sad faeo, mid shi 1 loves to talk to her bi. d«. - Rev. John 11. Mellvain, formerly ol Princeton College. Inis written a work e. t'tleil "Till! Wisdom of Holy Scripture." --Kx-Sorgeant-at-Arnis John R. French will enter the lee tare field ivxt spring, his subject being "Ten Years Among the Senators." - Clark Russell, the successful novelist, is ii son of llenry Russell, the musical composer of "A Life on the Ocean Wave, and father and son live together in Loudon. •— Lucy Larcom, in her lecture on women as lyric poets, mentions M:ss Sigomnev. Ilaimah Gould and Alice anil l'iiebe Cary as the representative women lyrists of America.—CMcaju Journal. - J. R. Hollins and Miss Tina Smith v i re married at Fort Gaines, (ia., tho other day, Mr. Hollins being an old staler of seventeen who had been married oncc before, and his bride a fourteen year obi girl who was going to school in short dresses.—...

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

CHURCH * PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XII. »LO! THE CHRISTMAS GLORY." BT ELBERT 8. PORTER, D. D. Lo! ttao Christmas glory brightens o'er the skies, While the hymns of children joyfully arise ; Flows the tide of rapture round the wintry earth, Beams again the Day Star of our Saviour's birth. Now the world Is lifted from Its olden woo, For the angels' welcome, falling sweet and low, Through our hearts re-echoes the exultant strains, Heard by waiting shepherds first on Bethlehem's plains. Raise the hymn triumphant I pial tho lofty song, Borne through growing ages by a countless throng; Swell the notes of gladness, till from sea to sea, Rolls the mighty music of earth's jubilee. Christmas Thoughts. " Let ub now go even unto Bethlehem, and •ee this thing which is come to pass."—Luke ii. 15. This was the language of the shepherds. Aud it was not a vain cariosity that led them. While keeping their flocks by night, the angel of the Lord appeared to th...

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

OUR CHURCH Pi PER. lUv. \V. E lIUUUIiItT, V. M.,) RKV. d. UENKEL,, D. D., ■- Editohs. RKV. U A FOX, I) 1> , ) RHV. T. It. dTUOHE JICEH, COR. Kditok. TtStt.Hl.O*. tiI,STRICTLY IK AI) VANCE Due copy, per annum #1.(55 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Tuo.i logical Students $1.50 10 coals additioua' from each subscriber will bj required, to prepay the postage for the yo.ir. T.ie gutter up of a club, is entitled to t copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to ttie publishers. R JiuitUnces must be made by Post Ofllce G 1 rs, IJ-in* CUncks, or Registered Letters Wli'ju tliis it not done, money is scut at the risk of (lie person who forwarded it. Adiress Jouimunicattons to Hev. W. E. Hubburt, A. M., IJU-iksburir, Montgomery Oouuty, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, I). D., New Market, ltev. lj. A. Fox, I). D., S.ilem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohuckor, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. (J. Moneys can bo rjceived by any of the editors. ...

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

A Recipe Even for Matrimonial Happiness. One evening Andreas Lehnercame home from his employment, where he had worked hard all day, tired and in an ill humor, to his wife, who was likewise tired and in a bad humor. "What a paradise would a smiling wife and a happy home be," said Andreas to himself, as his eyes wandered from the Bad countenance of bis wife, and he peevishly sat down. Not a word was spoken. (Mrs. Lehner brought the evening meal, and moved with a tired step. "Gome," said she at last. Only in the word, not in the voice, was there an invitation. Andreas rose and went to the table. He was inclined to say an angry word, but he conquered himself. He could find no fault with the supper; It would have pleased him if only one small ray of sunshiue had beamed from the countenance of his wife. He noticed that she did not eat. "Are you not well, Maria t" These words hung upon his lips, but he did not speak them alond, for bis wife's countenance was so defiant that he feared a wou...

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

HUMOROUS. > ' —Tho Brooklyn bridge is a great nor-' . elty, but the people are beginning to gut' ' "©verltu * ' , —A jftlo student swallowed his dla- . mond pin and; is *ninoty-nine cents out of pocket thereby-—Norris town iferald. ' phHantlwopist to sin ill hgy, who is mainly striving to pulha doorbell above his reach —"Let mc help you, my little mad,'." (Pulls the bell.) Small boy—t"N6w you" had* better run. or we ' will both got a licking! Matter. # y : • . —An editor wroto a lovo letter editorial at the same time. The love letter he sont out to bo set up in typo by the printers and a long editorial on tariff to his jgirl. Thoro wn» fun- at b«th ends of the • routo. .* k* —Author's" wife, af, Long Branch, to her Irish maid: "I say, Honora, where can Mr. Inkslasher be? It is past lunch tiiije. What can be keejAig him awav so long?" 'Maid—"Wch! shuro, don t worry, ma'am; he's only dojvn beyant tjie're, at the baitch, decomposing"— llfooklyn Eagle. . —The addresses of* a ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 January 1885

CHURCH PAPER, ESTABLISHED 1873. FIENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. A NEW YEAR'S HYMN. God of the Old Year and Now, The Nations come to thee; To supplicate thy pardoning power, They bend the humble knee. They call thee Mighty Kuler, Judge, The Father and the King; To thee tlioy offer praise and prayer, And hymns of glory sing. Tho Past, so full of evil deeds, Of misrule and of wrong, Of gross forgetfulness of right, Of rapine by the strong; Tho Past, when men alike forgot Thy lessons and thy will, And shunned t,liy counsels aud thy word, To seek for paths of ill, That Past is now before thy throne; God help us in that hour ! When we are called to meet each act, Uy thy almighty power. We ask forgiveness for tlie Past, In thine appointed way, And promise that the opening year Shall crown a better day. God of the Old Year and the New, A world looks up to thee, With bended hearts and tearful eyes, To set the prisoners froe; To arm each heart with stronger faith, To battl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 January 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R»v. W. K. HUBBERT, A.M.,) Kav. S. HENKEL, D. D., EniTonf. Kkv. L. A. FOX, 1). I)., ) K«r. T. H. STKOIIECKER, Con-Bditok. Trill H-5,0 tiu,STRICTLY IN AD VANCE Cue copy, pur annum ij1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students #1.50 10 coats additiona' from each subscriber r, 4 wiH bo required, to prepay the postage for the year. Tue getter up of a club, isentitled io 1 copy free. Advertising rates willbe furnished 011 application to the publishers. Remitbuices must be made by I'ost Ofllce O-dsrs, liank Cuncks, or Registered Letters Wiien this is not done, money is seut at the risk of the person who forwarded it. AdJross Uommunieations to Kev. W. E. Huhburt, A. SI., BUoksburg, Montgomery Uouuty, Va., or, Rev. S. Uonkol.D. D., New Market, Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va., or Rev..T. 11. dtrohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 January 1885

CORRESPONDENCE. For Onr Church Paper. ThanksWe feel ourselves under many obligations to Mr. 0. F. Armentrout, of the McGaheysville congregation, for a barrel of flour in the way of a Christmas present; it will occupy a prominent place in our family while its sojourns in our midst; to the members of St. Peter's congregation, for $5.00 worth of dress goods, and one dollar in money, and two hams of pork; also to Mr. A. J. Welfly, of Milnes, Page Co., Va., for a five dollar bill of our national currency; to Mr. Ambrose Henkel, editor of the Shenandoah Valley, for a lot of note paper with proper headings and a number of envelopes. May the Lord prosper these good people in all Spiritual blessings, for their liberality, whose names shall ever be cherished by their humble servant, Condeb. For Our Church PaperIllinois Letter. ANNA, 111., Dec. 18,1884. Next day after Thanksgiving we bid adieu to kind friends and relatives in Nokomis, 111. 1 had the pleasure of meeting with Revs. McDaniel and ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 January 1885

HUMOROUS. "Are trade-dollars taken «it parP" inquired little Rufus Botts of his mother. " No, but they are taken from pa when h«' goes to bed with his boots on." — Texas Siftinqs. —" Did you see that meteoric display last night?" asked Smith of Gilholy. "When did it come off?" "About nine o'clock. Didn't you see itP" " No. of course I didn't. I live out in the suburbs of Harlem, and never get a shance to tee anything that is going <>n after dark in the*business portion of the city."—N. Y. News. —"Any good shootingon your farm ?" asked a hunter of a farmer. "Splendid," replied the agriculturist, "there's adrywell man down in the clover meadow, a cloth peddler at the house, a candidate out in the barn and two tramps down in the stock yard. Climb right over the fence, young man, load both barrels, and sail in."—Toledo JJladc. —"What influence has the moon on tho tide?" the teacher asked John Honry. And John Henry said it depended on what was tied; if it was a dog ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 January 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. Published by Request. DOUBTS AND FAITHS. I doubt if half the psalms and prayers, By millions sung or said, to-day, Reach higher than the altars-stairs Where priest and people chant and pray,— For formal, cold, in vain they try By song or prayer to reach the sky. I doubt if half the deeds now done In Charity's sweet holy name, Will bear the light of God's bright sun, Unblanched by thought .of sinful shame In that great day, when all shall face The Master in his judgment-place ! > I doubt if all the gifts of gold By millionaires to churches made, Count as the widow's mite of old, Who gave, in tattered robes arrayed ; I know not, but this much I kuow, There's light reward for empty show. But O, I do not doubt that He, The King of Kings, the Lord of lords, Hath treasured up eternally A thousand thousand rich rewards For those who watch, and wait, and pray, In faithful hope from day to day. I do...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 January 1885

OUR CHUECH PAPER. Rav. W. E HUBBBRT. A.M.,) Rav. 8. HENKBL,, D. D., > Editor. Rav. L. A. FOX, 1). 1)., ) Rar. T. U. BTKOHEUKHR, Co*. Editor. TERM J, U A.6U, STRICTLY INADVANCE One oopy, per annum #1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $ 1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Tueological Students $1.60 - 10 ceute additiona' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the poslage for year. '1 Flic setter up of a club, is entitled lo 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be t'uroii<l)i'd oil application to the publishers. Remittances must be in tide by Post Office Oplprs, li*n!t CUecks, or Registered Letters * Wtt®n this is dot done, money is sent at the *Uk of the person who forwarded It. AdAross Uoiirnunicatioiis to Rev. VV. E. Bubbert, A. M., BUcksburg, Montgomery .Oounty, Va., or, ■Rev. 8. Honkel,D. D., New Market, Va.,or • R«t. L. A. Fox, D. D., Snlem, Va., or Rev. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can bo received by any of the adit...

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