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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 February 1885

EXCITEMENT IN ABATED- Thst Remarkable Experience «r a |Ueh» •Her Phyilslai Fall* lilkMllMld. Cleveland, 0., Herald. Yesterday and the day before copied into our columns from the Rochester, N. Y., Democrat and Chronicle, a remarkable statement, made by J. B. Henion, M. D., a gentlemen who is well known in this city. In that article Dr. Henion recounted a wonderful experience which befell him, and the next day we published from the same paper a second article, giving an account of the "Excitement in Rochester," caused by Dr. Henion's statement. It is doubtful if any two articles were ever published which caused greater com motion both among professional people and laymen. Since the publication of these two articles, having been besieged with letters of inquiry, we sent a communication to Dr. Henion and also one to H. H. Warner & Co., asking if any additional proof could be given to us as to the validity of the statements published. In answer thereto we have received the fo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 February 1885

men MioTooHAPii. W A I.TEH I.SAIIMP. 1 know the photographer pinned A little while card iSfcthe screen. Whou I ic v d wrapped up his head in a clotn And foeused his pieture machine: As he lurried hack to the (hnir, I am eauallv ccrtuin that he Said, " Won't you look right at this card ?" Yet she seeins to be looking at me. And after arranging her chin. And twisting and turning her head. Aud adjusting the folds of her dress, Xiuii sure the photographer said. "Now please for a moment sit still And smile till you hear me count three," As he whisked oil the camera's cap: Yet She seemed to be smiling at me. I presume that she thought It a bore, And that she was quite ill at ease ; Saw little black specks in her eyes. And felt a temptation to sneeze; That she wondered how long it would take. And what sort of a picture't would be; And yet. when 1 look al the face Phc seems to be thinking of me And when the brief secends were passed. And the artist had said " That is all: ' I presume, as sh...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 February 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1673. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. The Triumphal Enlrj. What is here narrated belongs to an interesting and peculiar Incident in the life'.of our Lord. His course on earth was characteristically one of humiliation and self sacrifice. He came not to be ministered unto but to minister (20:28), and acted accordingly. But ther€ were exceptions. One was the transfiguration. Another was His triumphal entry into Jerusalem, as recorded here. An old prophecy (Zech. 9 :9) had foretold the joyful coming to Zion of her lowly and peaceful king mounted upon an ass's foul. Our Lord determined to fulfill this iu theMetter, acd thus show His person iu the capital and make public proclamation of His claims as the Messiah. It was not at all as modern errorists assert, a last attempt to found an earthly kingdom ; for He did not ride upon the war horse of a conqueror, but upon the colt of an ass, aud His followers, instead of spears or swords, carried palm...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 February 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rar. W. E. UUUttfiliT, A. M.,) Bar. 6. 11BNKEL, O. 1)., > Editoks. Mar. L. A. fOX. D. 1) , ) Rar. T U. dTItOUEOKEK, Qua Editor. STRICTLY INADVANU Ottaoopy, p«r annum $1.05 Ta club* of twelve, for each #1.6U Ta Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.60 lOaauts aJJltluna' from each subscriber Will ba required, to prepay the postage for tha T*»r. Taejetterup of a club, is entitled la l aopy free. Advorllfing rates will be furnished ou application lo the publishers. Ramittauoes must be ra»de by Post Office Owtors, Uank Chucks, or Registered Letters Vhaa this is not done, money iB seut at the rilk of the pursou who forwarded it. Adfees* Communications to Kev. W. E. DuM>srt, A. M., UUcksburir, Montgomery Va., or, fcr. S. H>ukel, D. D., Now Market, Va.,or Rar. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rar. T. H. Strohecker, Gold Hill. Kowan o:«unty, N. V. Moneys can be rocelrcd by any of the adltors. Rar. 8. R >throc...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 February 1885

For Our Church Paper. Pastor's WorkRev. O. T. Gray Las served the Bedford and Franklin work faithfully, as a zealous and prudent pastor, and ve desire to bear witness to his earnest labor and Bible eloquence. He has served iu Bedford two years aad in this county over three and a half. In the future his work will be confined principally to Franklin county.' Several times he has offered us his resignation, but we wish to continne his labors with us. He will have to devote a part of his time to farming, in order to make a support. The Methodist and other ministers are kind to him, and be has baptized quite a number among these classes. His congregations are larger than others in oar community. Henry Morgan, Bedford,) ~ „ J AS. B. Keslar, Franklin, ] Conncil - For Our Church Paper. "Ought Churches to be Initured?'' This in tbe caption of an article we saw in O. 0. P., of Feb. the 19th, the writer of which seems to havesome conscientious scruples about the propriety of insuring church pr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 February 1885

Tit JA IHA.IT and eis wives. Raaibrr Six Prain to be a Helpmate Worth Ilnvlujc* The following tuniAnw In real life !» told la ft t'hlnese newspaper of Canton, tba Such JTe lio: Ten yearn ago Yip Ja Shan was a millionaire in Canton, his wealth being estimated nt 4,250,000 tools H« lived in style, and for each of his tea wives he provided a mansion and a retinue of servants, he frequently paying *>0 for n perfumed bath and MOO for a dinner or an evening supper. Beyond this extravagant living, lie indulged in cards and speculation on the Bourse. His wives, especially wife No. H, became ajnrtued, and repeatedly besought him to change Ills ways and give up his spendthrift practices, lie promised to reform, but was unable to carry it into effect. His wives held a council of war, and after a long and thorough discussion among themselves and their friends and their council, left Yip with what property they eoulti lawfully take. A\ Ife No. 6 was the favorite, and succeeded in absc...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKELi & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. For Our Church Paper. A Trip to North Carolina. Amougst the many indications of the progress of Lutheranism in old Lincoln couuty, North Carolina, the marked improvement in church architecture is by no means the least noteworthy. VV here a church can command the means, the style of its houses of worship is a pretty fair index to Itß taste and refinement, as well as its intelligence and liberality, and I might safely add, its appreciation of the importance of maintaining the public worship of God, and the regular dispensation of his word and the holy sacraments of the church. But that oar houses of worship fifty years ago, and even at a more recent period, were greatly inferior to those now in use, is uot, however, so much owing to the superiority of our brethren now over their fathers, in the respects indicated, as to the fact that Lutherans then were few in number in the section of which I speak, ...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. mar. W. E. HUBBERT, A. M.,) ■it. S. UKNKEL, D. D., V Editors. Mbt. L. A. TUX, I). D., > Kit. T. U. STROHEOKER, Co*. Editok. TMMS,UI3II, STRICTLY INAD V ANCE Om oopy, personam $1.60 To clubs of twelve, fur each $1.60 Ta Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 aanta aJditiona' from each subscriber will ba required, to prepay the postage for the year. Tiie fetter up of a club, is untitled It 1 copy tree. Adrortiaing rates will bo furnished on application to the publishers. Ranaltlaucesmust be made by Post Office Owlors. Bank Checks, or Registered Letters Whan this Is not done, money is sent at the Ask of the person who forwarded it. Adtkass Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubfcort, A. M., Biacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rav. 8. Henkel.D.D., New Market, fa.,or Rav. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Mar. T. H. Stroheokor, Gold Hill, Kowan Oauaty, N. C. Moneys can be reoaived by any of the tdlton. Rav. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowa...

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

For Our Church Paper. A Letter It is great pleasure to us to be able to give your readers the following well written letter on an important subject. We have not asked permission to publish it, but we know that the able author of it, so much devoted to the work of the Church, will not hesitate to allow it this wider field of usefulness, in the hope that it may aid in securing general co-operation among tlio Indies of the Southern Churches : Baltimore, Fun. 17th, 1885. Deak Friend : Your name having been given mc us one interested in the cause of missions, I venture to address you on the subject. I know that there is a greatly increased interest in the cause of missions of late, in our Southern Lutheran Churchcs, as well as in the North. Our General Synod Woman's Home and Foreign Miss'y Society has done a groat work since its organization six years ago. We now have about 8,300 members, and have collected over $150,500 during the six years. We think that this is a very good showing, co...

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

llNFated Friday Friday in regarded by n grout many people an unlucky. But Bee wliat America baa to thank this day for. Friday, Coluiubus sailed on bis voyage of discovery. Friday, ten weeks alter, he discovered America. Friday, Ueury 111., of Englaod, gave John Cabot hia commission, whioh led to the discovery of North America. Friday, St Augustine, the oldest tovn in the United States, was founded. Friday, the Mayflower, with the Pilgrim*, arrived at Plymouth ; and on Friday they sigued that august compact, the forerunner of the constitution. Friday, George Washington was born. Friday, Buuker Hill was seized and fortified. Friday, tbe surreuder of Saratoga wm made. Friday, Cornwallis surrendered Yerktown, aud ou Friday the motion was made in Congress that the united colonies were, and by right ought to be, free and independent. Never Swear. 1. It is mean—A boy of high moral standing would almost as soon steal • sheep as swear. 2. It is vulgar—Altogether too low for a decent boy. 3. ...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. HIS WILL. i Two angels—Bo the legend runs, From heavenly courts came down, The one to sweep a crossing low. The other wear a crown. With equal joy they swiftly sped To tusks aesigued them here ; To rule an empire, or to servo Within a lowlier sphere— It mattered not, so God's sweet will Accomplished was each day; They only waited llis commands, And hastened to obey, Bo would I wait, with ear intent To hear thy slightest word, Bo haste with eager, willing feet, To do thy bidding, Lord. And sinco thy honor 'tis I seek — Thy glory, not my own, Why should 1 carc where duty lies, A crossing, or a throne? On both alike thy blessings fall, Thy benediction lies, And both, if thou art with us there, Arc pathways to the skies. Who works with God no service finds Too humble for his hands, And every place to him a mount Where Christ trasflgured stands. Liruie 8. Morgan 1 , Corning, lowa. Infant Membership. THE HI...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Bar. W. K. HUBBBRT, A.M.,) I Bav. S. HBNKSL, D. D., I Editohs. B«v. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Kir. T. H. BTROBBCKBR, Cob. Bditop- , TMHSp 0 ASH, BTKICTLYINAD VANCfc Ooe oopy, per annam To club* or twelve, for each $ 1.60 To Minliterg, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 cents additions' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for J—r. The fetter up of a club, is entitled U 1 eopy tred. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office ftyfan, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters wtea this U not done, money is sent at the fitk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. IfaM»ert, A. H., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, • o*rr. iB. Henkel, D. D., New Market, *fa.,or R«t. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or »«T. T. H. Stroheoker, Gold Hill, Rowan Oennty, N. O. Monew can be received by any of the •ditors. Hit. S. Rothrock, Oold Hill, liowan Co., rfdr...

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

Inauguration of Presidentelect Cleveland. Ou March 4, a peaceful revolution in the government of the United States took place at noon, on the east portico of tbe Capitol, when Grovel Cleveland, of New York, took tbe oath of office at tbe hands of the Chief Justice and became President of the United States in place of Chester A. Arthur. The event was celebrated na became the great occasion. Two hundred thousand Americans, representative men of every coinmuuity, from Florida to Alaska, came together witbout other call than their own desire, and witnessed at the seat of tbe government tho inauguration of the Chief Magistrate into office. The day, fixed by law at a time of the year when the opposing seasons seem to be struggling in the atmosphere for tho mastery, is seldom a comfortable one; but the 4th of March, 188.1, was au exceptiou to tbe rulo. As the President elect concluded his address, which occupied about' twenty-four minutes in its delivery, ho turned towards the Chief Justic...

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

THB CLOWN'S BABY. • BT MARGARET VANDEGKIIT. It vu out on the western frontier - The minors, rugged nnil hrowr. Were gathered around the posters ; The eltcus had come to town ! The great tent Rhone In tlie darkness. Like a wonderful palace of light. And rough men crowded the entranceShows didn't come evory night! Not a woman*# face ami ng the in: Many a face that was bad. And some that were only vacant. And some that were very sad. And behind a canvas curtain. In a corner of the place. The clown, with chalk and vermilion, Waa " making up " his face. A weary-looking woman, With a smile that still waa sweet, Sewed on a little garment. With a cradle at her feet. Pantaloon stood ready anil waiting; It was time for the going on. But the clown in vain searched wildly: The " property baby" was gone! He murmured, impatiently hunting; "It's strange that 1 can not llnd There! I've looked in every corner; It must have been left behind I" The miners were stamping and shouting. They were not pati...

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

CHURCH PAPER, ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. IN LENT. BY LUBILA CLARK. Not only now, my Lord, but evermore Would I tby love remember and adore. Let me not fast and pray alone, but strive Blameless each moment in tby sight to lire. Let all the homely tasks which thou haft given For me to do, be my sure path to heaven ; The common words I speak, the deed I do Prove me to thee, my Master, ever true. That I may Id thy suffering have part, O, let my ever-grateful, loving heart Glad any merely earthly good forego If I thy resurrection power may know. Hcmembering all thy weary earthly way—0 thou who hadst not where thy head to lay— Thy thorny crown, the passion of thy cross, 1 count us naught all worldly gain or loss. If haply at the last I may but win The glad "well done" and joyful enter in The glory of my risen Lord to see, And find, thenceforth, my bliss in praising thee. —Christian Advocate. For Our Church Paper. Intercession of Ohrist. BY REV. J....

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rtr. W. K. HUBBERT, A. M.,) KIT. 8. HENK.EL, D. D., {• Editor*. Kit. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Bit. T- H. BTKUHECKER, Con. Editorstrictly inadvance One copy, par annum ft.65 To club* of tweire, for each $1.60 To Minlttors, Widow* of Ministers, and Theological Student* $1.50 10 cente additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled t« 1 eopy free. Advertising rate* will be furnished on application to the publisher*. Reoaittances must be made by Po*t Office Owiers, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters Wnu this 1* not done, money is sent at the rlik of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rer. W. E. Hojbbort, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, R»r. 8. Henkel,D. D., New Market, *Ta.,or Rer. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rer. T. H. Stroheoker, Gold Hill, Rowan Oeunty, N. C. Money* can be received by any of the •ditors. R»r. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., rfortk Carolin...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 March 1885

COR R ESPONDENOE. For Our Church Paper. Organizing for Mission Work- Report of Ibc F»r«l|i HlnUaarjrx for Soutk Carolina and Georgia. Dear Church Paper Before this reaches your readers my worlt in the South Carolina Synod will be finished. In Charleston the cordial sympathy and co-operntion on the part of my host, Bro. Horn, and the other pastors were but tokens of what I was to meet everywhere in the synod, and the days spent in this city will be remembered as bright days in the mission life. All the Sunday-schools are working, and the churches will not be backward. From Charleston a visit was made to Savannah. Rev. Dr. Bowman, a man full of the mission spirit and of Christian love, extended a warm welcome to his home, and I felt assured that any work begun in this field for the Lord would be cared for and fostered. The only other points visited in Georgia were in Effingham county, the home of the old Salzburgers. Here is a spot full of history and interests to all Lutherans ; for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 19 March 1885

Mr B- L- Moody and the Temperance Cause. When Mr. Moody was preaching in Boston, in the early part of 1877, in his sermon on " Intemperance, the Work of the Devil," he spoke as follows : "We have not come here to-day to discuss the evils of intemperance, nor have we come here to discuss who is to blamo for it. If I sec a man that has tumbled into the river, it is not best to inquire how he got there, but the question is, how am I going to get him out ? That is the questiou before «a to-day. What are we going to do 'to stem this terrible torrent of iniquity —intemperance? We have tried a great many methods; we have bad •or temperance societies, aud bauds df hope, onr lodges aud our reform elnb, and we have had the pledge, and 1 don't know but 1 am getting about <Useonraged with all these things. I Am coming to the conclusion that the •nly hope is that the Son of God is to come and destroy man's appetite for Hqaor. Ton cannot legislate men to to good. We have appealed to ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 March 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. GOD'S CARE. Fewest tliou at times thy Father Ilath forgot? Though the clouds around thee gather, Doubt Him not. Always hath the daylight broken, Always hath the comfort spoken, Better hath He been for years Than thy fears. Therefore whatso'er betideth, Night or*day, Kuow His love, for He provideth. Good alway. Crown of sorrows gladly take; Grateful, wear it for His sake, Sweetly bending to His will, Lying still. To His own thy Saviour giveth Daily strength, To each troubled s ml that liveth, Pe ice at length ; Weakest lambs have largest share Of the tender Shepherd's care; Ask Him not, then, "when" or "how," Only how. For Our Church Paper. Origin and Uffil'.y of Music. By F. M. B. Timberville, Va. The capacity of the human mind for poetry anil music has been common to every age and nation. And although it has been too generally perverted to evil and sinful purposes, it was doubt less originally implan...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 26 March 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. E. IIUUBERT, A.M.,) Rbt. S. lIENKEL, D. L>., >Editoi:S. Rev. L. A. FOX, I). D., > Rbt. T- H. STKOHBOKER, Cor. Editor. T&R 5,01411, STRICTLY IN AD VANCE Oae copy, per annum $1.65 To clubs of twelve, for each #1.60 T« Miuistors, Widows of Ministers, and Tueological Students $1.60 10 eeuto additiona' from each subscriber will ba required, to prepay the postage for tlie yoar. Tliegetterup of aclub, ie entitled to 1 eopy free. Advectiting rates will be furnished on application to the publisher!. ReDHitances must be made by Post Office Owisrs, Rank Checks, or Registered Letters Utem this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery o<«unty, Va., or, Rfrv. S. Henkel,D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or R»sv. Lk A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or rtsv. T. 11. Strolieckor, Gold Hill, Rowan Oeunty, N. C. Moneys c*n be leceived ...

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