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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 January 1885

CORRESPONDENCE. For Que Church Tangibly Remembered. The good people of Daniel's chartf remembered their pastor, Rev. J. A. Rudisill, at their Christmas tree. They called off some very beautiful presents for him ; such as a very pretty pocket-, book, which contained $0.70 in silver, a very beautiful lamp, which cost $3.25, and a very fine silk handkerohief. Such acts of kindness to a pastor, on the part of members, show their appreciation of his services. God will bleBS a cheerful giver. J. A. R. For Our Church Paper. Presents. Mr. Editor The holy and happy, days, through which we have just passed, and which closed the old year and ushered in the new, will doubtless be remembered by many readers pf your valuable paper, as days of real rejoicing. It Is the duty of the undersigned to rejoice and be glad on account of a number of nice and valuable presents which wo have lately received. On the day before Christmas Mr. John P. Miller, who with bis good lady are members of St. Mary's (I'i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 January 1885

FACTS AND FIGURES. —The entire gold production of the world, according to the latest mint reports. is not more than §107,000,(XX) yearly. —The value of the poultry consumed In tho United States annually is estimated at $300,000,000, or $»> to each inhabitant. — Chicaqo Tribune. —Colonel King has sold his ranch nnd cattle, near San Antonio, Texas, for $4,000,000, to an English syndicate. This is said to be the largest ranch in the world.— N. Y. Sun —The first collection of letters from the street boxes in tho city of Boston took place Aug. 2, 1858, at 12, noon—-twenty-five years ago. Fifty boxes were put up by Nahum Capon, postmaster—the lirst in the United States. —Huston lkrald. —Within four years 9,500 acres of land at and near Charlemont, Va., on the James River, have beon sold to farmers rom tho North and West. The largest purchases have been plots of three hundred across and the smallest twenty. The now settlers express themselves as delighted with their new possessi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 January 1885

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. THE OLD CHURCHYARD. Breathe soft and low, oh, whispering wind, Above tho tangled grasses deep, Where those who loved me long ago Forgot the world and fell asleep. No towering shaft or sculptured urn, Or mausoleum's empty pride, Tells to the curious prissor-by Their virtues or the time they died. I count the old familiar mimes, O'ergrown with moss and lichon gray, Where tangled brier and creeping vine Across the crumbling tablets stray. The summer sky is softly blue; The birds still sing the sweet, old strain ; But something from the summer time Is gone that will not come again. So many voices have been hushed— So many songs have ceased tor ayeBo many hands I used to touch Are folded over hearts of clay. The mossy world recedes from me— I cease to hear its praise or blame; The mossy marbles echo back No hollow sound or empty fame. I only know that, calm and still, They sleep beyond life's woes and wail,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 January 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R«v. W. E lIUaBEUT, A.M.,) R»v. a. lIENKEL, D. D., - Editors. B«v. L. A. POX, D. L)., ) H«v. T. U. STKOIiEUKER, Cor. Editoi:- TEtt>l-J, U i.dU, STRICTLY INADVANCE One oopy, pur annum $1.65 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Taojlojfical Students $1.50 10 cauls additions' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postagv for the year. Tue getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 oopy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou appiicati iu to the publishers. Rerjltfciuos* must be made by Post Ofilce o<"dcrt. B.*uk or Registered Letters When tbis is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Jjin'nunications to Rev. W. E. Hubixjrt, A. M-, Bla-iksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Ber.- 8. Honkel,D. D., Now Market, V&.,oi Rer. L. A. Pox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. U. Stroheokor, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Money* can be roceived by any of the •ditora...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 January 1885

Evolution. As stated, the case of Rev. Prof. Dr. Woodrow bas been disposed of by deposing him from the faculty. There was but one alternative, to retain him and lose the support of the majority of the Synods, or dismiss him and retain the students. There was a disposition among Northern Presbyterians to twit the South on this heresy, but they did not reflect that Dr. McOosh, of Princeton, is virtually responsible for this state of things, and now the Northern Presbyterians have a similar case on hand. The Board of the Allegheny Seminary at its recent meeting made inquiries into the teachings of Professor Kellogg, but as yet no definite results have been retched. — The accnsed is a very prominent teacher and writer, and in his case the trouble is also on the subject of evolution. J)r. Kellogg furnishes the Presbyterian Banner of this date with a synopsis of his views on the whole subject, as given to his students from year to year in printed form. The synopsis comprises the following...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 January 1885

WIT ASD WISDOM. —When we know how tg apprcclato m merit we have the germ of it within ourselves. —Goethe. —It is a species of agreeable servitude to be under an obligation to those we esteem. —Queen Christine. —Many a man with an nmbitlon to do great things does nothing at all sim* ply because he feels above doing; the very little things which he is capable ol doing.—Boston Transcript. —Mike—" It's the Irish that does all the invinting in these days, sure." Jonathan—•' Irish be darned! the Irist don't invent anything to speak of. Americans invent everything." Mike —••Thin perilaps yez enn tell me whj the Irishman's name. Pat, is always next to the date on all the new invin tions. Divil an American name can yej lind on one, at all, at all!"—Chicagt Tribune. —A family named Its sons One Stickney, Two Stickney, Three Stickney; and the daughters' were named First Stickney, Second Stickney, Third Stickney. The three elder children of another family wore named Joseph, And, Another; and it...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 January 1885

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. COMMUNICATED. For Oar Churcli Paper. A Trip to North Carolina. Some of my readers perhaps think, that there is but little connection between the caption of these communications and their matter, and that the subjects of which they have thus far treated are not very well suited to the columns of a religious paper. If so, I shall not dispute the correctness of their judgment. Indeed, in the main, I agree with them ; but as I begun these papers with the above caption, I shall retain it to their end. I shall, however henceforth treat mainly of Lutheranism, and of men anil things more or loss intimately connected with it, as it was established, and has been developed in its past history, and is now found in that section of oountry originally embraced in Lincoln county. I do this, because this county is classic ground in the history of Lutheranism at least in the Tennessee Synod, if not of the whole Lutheran...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 January 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER, R«v. W. E HUBBERT, A..M.,) Kgv. 8. HENKBL, D. D., I- Editoki. RBV. L. A. KOX, I>. D., ) K«r. T. H. BTROUEOKER, Con. Editor. T<irtHj7OAiU,ST*ICTLYINADVANOE Oaa oopy, pur auuum $1.00 To club* of twelve, for each $1.50 T» Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Tauologlcal Students $1.50 10 uauU additiona' from each subscriber will be 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 tho publishers. Remit tonceis must be made by Post Office OMera, Baaic Clmcks, or Registered Letters WIMB this is not done, money is seut at the lUk of the person who forwarded it. Adiiress Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blacksbarg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev..T. H. Stroheoker, Gold Hill, Itowan Gounty, N. O. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. fl. Rothrock...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 January 1885

The Four Points The following is taken from the Lutheran Visitor, and inserted here, not so much on account of the position taken, as on account of the spirit it breathes; although rather non-commit-tal, it shows considerable leaning towards the position occupied by many of the more influential synods in regard to that matter, and sets forth that of the E. L. Tenn. Synod: " The four points " in Lntheranism are uot as necessary to it as a system, as the " five points " of Calvanism'' are to Presbyterians as a system. As regards these four points Lutheranism could take them in and strengthen herself, or reject them and be strong as she is. But wo are often asked, what are the "four points"? We will try to tell our readers who desire the information. The fir it point is in regard to the deistic worship of rnoscof the secret so defies. It rejects the name of Christ, is a disparagement of the glory of Christ, it indicates a plan of salvation from sin in open conflict with that laid down ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 January 1885

Tbe Kace of Life- Tbe life or man is often compared to a race for honors, wealth and the like, bat the followiug simile, based on recent statistics, is, we think, unique In its kiud. It is from an English sporting journal: "If one could see a million babies start ou a journey (all scratch the mark, of course), and could follow them through life, that is about what he would see. Nearly 150,000 of them drop out of the ranks by the end of the first year, while twelve mouths later the numbers would be further thinned l>y the deduction of 53,000 more; 28,000 would follow at the end of the third season, and less than 4,000 at the eud of the thirteenth year.— They would throw up the sponge by twos and threes until the end of the forty-fifth year, when it would lie found that iu the intervening period something like 500,000 had left the track. Sixty years would see 370,000 gray headed men cheerfully pegging away. At tbe end of eighty years the competitors in this great 'go-as you...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 February 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL <fe CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. COMMUNICATED. For Our Ohurch Paper. Lather's Maladies from 1525-1537. BY J. O. M. CONTINUED. 153 G. Jan. 19, he writes to Caspar Muller, "I am sick of coughing and catarrh, but my greatest sickness of all is beginning to attack me, and that is that the sun is shining so long upon me (be means that he was growing old-he was 53), which you know is a very common ailment aud many die of it. People at last become blind of this protracted sunshiue: some become greyish-black and wrinkly &c., &c., . Tell my brother that my cough and his silence forbid me to answer him. . . . Do not let my condition or way of saying and doing things offend you, for I am severe and blunt, big, grey, green, overburdened, overworked, overwhelmed with infirmities, so that for the rescne of the poor body I must indulge in pleasantry. A man is a man and nothing moie.'' It is very evident that in his sick day...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 February 1885

OUR CHURCH PIPER. R«v. W. K III7BHURT, A. M.,) - K«v. 8. HKNKBL, D. D,, > Kditom. HUT. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) * K * T " T ' ' K Cob. HDITOKTAKUS, Ok*H, STRICTLY INADVANCE Otx* oopy, por annum fl.oß To clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 Te Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Tueological Students ft.6o 10 eouu additioua' from each subscriber will be required, tc prepay the postage for the year. Tlie jetter up of a club, is entitled !• 1 eopy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to (be publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office o*Ws, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters Wlawt this is not done, money is sent at the •Uk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. £. Hubbort, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery Oxunty, Va., or, . Bey. 8. Henkel,D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or Her. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or • Bar. T. H. Stroheoker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. O. Moaejre oan be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Oold Hill, Row...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 February 1885

CORRESPONDENCE. For our Church Paper, Divided-Pastor Wanted. Our Blonntville., Tenn., correspondent says: The pastoral charge in Green Co., Tenn., formerly served by J. C. Barb, but recently by Rev. J. B. Fox, has been divided, and in connection with another church and a missionary point, formed into two pastoral charges. One is composed of the churches between tbe Nola Chucky and French Broad river, and em. braces Solomon's, St. James', Salem and Union churches. Rev. J. B. Fox has accepted the call to this charge. The other charge is to be composed of Sinking Spring, Blue Spring and Holy Trinity at a missionary point in Greeneville. These are all on the north west side of the Chucky River. Greeneville and Morristown, both considerable towns, and Blue Spring are directly on E. T. and V. R. R.; Sinking Spring is only four miles from Midway, a station on the railroad. This is an important, and served by the right sort of a minister, might be made an interesting chargeIt is vacant, and...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 February 1885

A BALLAD UP BUTTONS. They were talking 'neath the elm trees by the moAdow's outer gate. Where he stopped his horse to greet her coming throngn. Yet he did not hasten homeward, though the eve was growing late. And already vou might feel the falling dew; Though from tlie twilight Armament the start* began to peep, An 4 from the hillside pasture her brother called the sheep, Still, what could be more easy than to chock his bridle rein. When he saw Cecilia coming down the lane i fhtr bnd talked of various matters, when to fill;* silence brief, Shalirphbr told her jacket buttons o'er. With c A rich man, a poor man, a beggar man. Recalling all the rhyme with simple lore. As though the simple buttons, so close above her heart. Blight haply know whose coming step could * make ner pulses start; But when she reached the very last, she shook her saucy head. It couM not bo a beggar she should wed! "Those buttons answer wisely/* said the rider glancing down At tne laughing face that tried to loo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 February 1885

CHURCH PAPER. established 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. "O LAMM QOTTES UNSCHULDIG." German, 1523 —1540. TRANSLATED BY M. W. BTBYKEK. O Lamb of God unspotted, Whose life that cross hath taken, All calm in grief allotted, Howe'er Thou wert forsaken, All sin Thou hast ondured, Else were no hope assured ; Have mercy upon us, O Jesus 1 Thy name tho full heart blesses, That Thou relief so thorough, Ilast wrought for our distress, Give ua a godly sorrow, That we our sins may vanquish, Remembering Thine anguish; Have mercy upon us, O Jesus ! Our confidence embolden Through Thy vicarious grieving, That steadfastly upholdcn, And ne'er Thy presence leaviug, We die at last unshaken, And safe in heaven waken; Grant unto us Thy peace, O Jesus! COMMUNICATIONS. For Our Church Paper. Lather's Maladies from 1525-1537. hy j. a. m. Notwithstanding this, he preaohed od the following day, Feb. 18,1837, in the large eharoh at Schmalkald, which requires great exertion of voice to...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 February 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R»v. W. E lIUaJKRT, A.M.,) K«v\ 8. HBNKEU D. D., - Editokb. Kbv. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Hit. T■ 11. BTItOUECK tCK, COR. Editok. TdWUn.U nil, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE Oae copy, pjr lauum $1.05 To ciuos of twelve, tor each $1.60 To Ministers, Widows* of Ministers, and Students #1.50 lOcmtu nlditiuua' from each subscriber Will be require J, to prepay the posiuge for the ye.ir. i'ue jetterup of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. A lvertiding r.ttes will bo furnished on application to the publishers. liaatittiiucos must be made by Post Office O \ierii, U»nit Chicks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the porson who forwarded it. AdA-ess Communications to Hev. W. E. Humbert, A. M., Ulacksburg, Montgomery Coviuty, Va., or, Her. 8. Henkel.D. D., New Market, /a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., S.ilem, Va., or Iter. T. 11. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Kowan County, N. C. Minoys can be received by any of the editors. Rat. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co.,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 February 1885

EXCITEMENT IN ROCHESTER. Widespread Commotion (intl ky that Remarkable Statement of a Phyilelaß. The story published in these columns recently, from the Rochester, N. Y., Democrat, created a deal of comment here as it has elsewhere. Apparently it caused even more comraotiou in Rochester, as the following from the Batne paper shows: Dr. J. B. Henion, who is well-known not only in Rochester but in nearly every part of America, sent an extended article to this paper, a few days ago which was duly published, detailing his remarkable experience and rescue from what seemed to be certain death. It would be impossible to enumerate the personal enquiries which have been made at our office as to the validity of the article, but tboy have been so numerous that further investigation of the subject was deemed an editorial necessity. With this end in view a representative of this paper called on Dr. Denton at his residence on Andrews street, when the following interview occurred : ''That article ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 12 February 1885

reliero more quickly than any other known rem ■ edr: Hheumntism, Neuralgia, ■ J&t^fkSpk k Swellings, Stiff Neck, Brulees, 19 ARfjp Burns, Scalds, Cuts, Luinbo M go, Pleurisy, Sores. Frost-bites, M O Harkachc, Quinsy, Soro Throat, ■ ' 7 /gl Sciatica. Wounds, Headache, 1 Toothache, Sprains, etc. Price ■ < ''<*• n bottle. Sold by allH ('aution.—'The jjen ■ wy^4i3sg'v. t r e7 uino Salvation oil In-ars ourH *4DC registercij Trade-Murk^und^ou r ■ Proprietors, ftaUimore, Mil., U. S. A. B l)r. Bull's Cornell Syrup will cure your Cough at oncc. Price only 25 Ct*. a bottle. A Mahvelous Story TOLD IN TWO UTTERS. ronu tuc com. "»ce<uißt,H«w rnUM Int oUrl. York,o«t.!»,uw. " Gentlemen: My lather reside* at 01«T«r, Vt. He hu been a great soCerer from Scrofula, and the Inclosed letter will tell yon what a marvelous ell act Ayer's Sarsaparilla has had in hit caso. I think his blood moat have contained the humor for at least ten years; hut it did not show,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 February 1885

CHURCH PAPER ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. COMMUNICATIONS. For Our Church Paper. Luther's Maladies from 1525-1537. BY J. O. M. The next letter extant is dated as late as March 21, but it does not relate to tbisevent. A boat a year after, he speaks of it again, (Bindseil and Laoterbaob) and thus expresses himself especially upon the manner of his medical treatment. "When I was lying sick at Schmalkald, the doctors gave me as many potions as if I were a great ox. They employed all kinds of remedies, even one which is extreme (pudenda sigentes). I submitted to all, that it might not appear that I neglected anything for my recovery." Then he continues: "Unfortunate is the man who is dependent upon tbe help and advice of physicians. But where are perfect doctors T Good diet and regular habits are of vast consequence. When 1 feel exhausted and persevere in good diet and proper living, go to bed at 9 o'clock, sleep all night, then I feel myself well; ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 February 1885

OUR CHURCH FAFER. Rar. W. E HUBBERT, A. M.,) Kir. a. HBXKSL, O. D., V Editor. Hit. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Kar. T. H. BTUOHECKBR, Cub. Boitoe. TdttHS, UAJtf, STRICTLY INADVAINCE On* copy, per annum $1.65 To club* of twelve, for each 91.60 Ta Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Ta»jloj[ical Students #1.60 10 oaula additiona' from each subscriber will ba raquired, to prepay the postage for tba yaar. l'ue fetter up of a club, is untitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will bo f urninbed on application to the publishers. Admittances must be made by Post Office o*fora, Rank Checks, or Registered Letters Wima this is not done, money is sent at the flak of the person who forwarded it. Adv>-e*s Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery Omwity, Va., or, l*»r. 8. Honkel,D. D., New Market, If a.,or Her. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Hsv. T. H. Stroheoker, Oold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Jt>nay? can be reoaived by any of the adltors. , . Bar. 9. R...

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