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

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. A Singular lncldcnt. Dear Doctor, I would not ask you to publish the following statements, were they not in regard to some of ycur good, old North Carolina friends. Between 79 and 83 years ago, there were born, iu Lincoln county, North Carolina, two brothers, William and John Davis In the same community, between the dates indicated, there were bom two sisters, Susannah and Matilda Clemmer. The former were sons of a Baptist minister, and the two latter weredaughtersof Lutheran parents. The Davis brothers married the Clemmer sisters. They all lived near where Dallas Court IJouse stands, now Gaston co., N. C. They all moved to Monroe county, Tennessee, and settled in the same neighborhood. Fifty or sixty years ago, as I am informed they all joined St. Paul's Evang. Lutheran Church. They have never lived more than three miles apart. They have reared Urge families and all their children belong to the Evang. Lutheran Church as well as do many of their...

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

_ Matching gloves to the dress is entirely out of Fashion for both day and evening toilettes. Lighter shades of tan-colored gloves than those worn duringthe winter are used with spring costumes for the street and on full-dress occasions; there is also a tendency to more yellow shades of tau-color, showing ecru rather than brown. SlatccoTor in various shades is ollered as a rival to tan-colors with street dresses, while pale blue and ilesh pink are seen with evening dresses, not, however, matching the dress in color, but more often in contrast with it. W bite undressed kid gloves are again in good stvle with evening dress at dinners, the opera, balls and receptions. Mack kid irloves are less used with dressy toilettes than they were last. year. Ihe Suede (undressed kid) gloves are more fashionable than those of dressed kid. and these retain the long loose-wristed shapes closed on tho arm and fastened by two or three buttons at the wrist. These are made plain, entirely witliout orname...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 April 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEIN'KEXj & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. HOPE OF INSURRECTION. IIY I>. A. CIIADBOUItN'K, D. D., When wintry storms invade the sky, And streams forget to flow, The earth puts on the form of death, And sleeps beneath the snow. 13ut living germs within her breast Retain their vital power, And while the death of winter reigns, Wait their appointed hour. Thoy wait the glorious sun to rise, And break the icy chain; Then burst the prison of their tomb, And bloom o'er all the plain. So slumbering saints rest in the grave, Anil wait tbe midnight cry, To put immortal glories on, And meet their Lord on high. —CongregationalM. The Crucifixion. Precisely in the middle of the period of our Saviour's suspension on the cross commenced a gloom which overhung the whole laud uutil he died.— This was not owing to an ordinary eclipso of the sun, because such obscurations do not last so long, and because they cannot occur when the moon is at the ful...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 April 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rgv. W. E. UUBBERT, A.M.,) KKV. 8. IIENKfiL, D. D., S EDltoi.s. R*r. L. A. KOX, D. D., ) Kir. T. 11. BTROHECKER, Con. Edivok- TJSRM3, CV4H, STRICTLY INADVANCE Oo« copy, per $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 eents additions' from eacb subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, isenlitied to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Owlore, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters ■When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Humbert, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery Oounty, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D. D-, New Market, \Ta.,or Rot. L. A. Fox,D. D., Balem, Va., or Rev. T. H. Stroheeker, Gold Hill, Rowan Oounty, N. C. Moneys can be rocoived by any of the editors. Rov. 8. Rothrock, Qold Hill, Rowan Co., North C...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 April 1885

The firm of Wadsworth, Martinez aud Longman, 207 Pearl St., New York city, who have been advertising in this pnper for six months past, is one of the most reliable in the manufacturing of paints, oils, &c. They make positive guarantees, and fulfill them. We have had much dealing with thorn for several years and have always found them to do exactly what they say. The iirm is now changed by the retirement of the head of the firm, and the business will be conducted by Longman & Martinez, at the same place. Persons in want of anything in their lino will do well to write to them for samples and price list. They mako liberal reductions in favor of churches. Rev. Robert G. Rosen baum writes from Brauilouville, W. Va., that he had 12 accessions at Crauesville and Gltule Farm. He has some others to be contiruicd soon. Au encouraging feature to the pastor is the success of his catechetical work. At Glade Farm a class of 20 catechumens has been taught, all of whom, exce...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 2 April 1885

Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, For Jesus hath risen, and man cannot die. Vain were the terrors that gathered around Him And short the dominion of death and the grave ; He burst from the fetters of darkness that bound Loud was the chorus of angels on high, [him, "The Savior hath risen, and man shall not die." Glory to God, in full anthems of joy ! The being he gave us death cannot deitroy j Sad were the life we must part with tomorrow. If tears were our birthright, and death were our end; But Jesus hath cheered the dark valley of sorrow, And bade us, immortal, to heaven ascend. Lift your glad voices in triumph on high, Jesus hath risen and man shall not die. From the Church Messenger. Christian Burial vs. Cremation The facte of History teach that Religion hat something to do with the Question. Ic has been vigorously denied by the advocates of cremation that religion has anything to do with it. But the facts of history plainly teach tbe contrary. Religion has always bad som...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 April 1885

SHURCH PAPER. Our Lord and Sovereign Head. O Death! O Grave I fall back, give place; Now comes the King with wondrous grace ! All hail, Once Crucified! Thou Sou of God with power! In Thee our hopes abide, And sing from this glad hour; In Thee we live, in Theo shall die, And share Thy throne in worlds on high ! To Thee, to Thee, we raise, Thou God-accepted One, Our highest songs of praise Till life on earth is done ; And then, O then, with song most sweet, Our King in all llis beauty greet I For Our Church Paper. A Funeral Sermon. At St. Matthew's Church, Shenandoah Co., Va., March 8, 1835, on occasion of the burial of Mrs. Lydla Borden, consort of Mr. Joseph Borden. * By H. Wetzel. Published by request. Future Enjoymenta and Employments of the Saints.—Text: Rev. 7: 9-17. God has prepared for all our race, an eternal inheritance in heaven ; and ■uch an inheritance as becomes His power and His goodness. Bat He has not only provided and prepared for us and for eur loved ones, and our f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 April 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kflv. W. E. II HUBERT, A.M.,) KKV. 8. IIKNKEIJ, D. D., Editoi:». RBV. L. A. FOX, D. 0., ) Kir. T. 11. STKOHECK EU, Cob. Kditok. 0 HII, STRICTLY INADVANCE Oae copy, pur annum $1.65 To clubs of twolvs, for each ft.sl) To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, anil Theological Students $1.50 10 ejnts Additions' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, la entitled to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this ia not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hufcbort, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, iter. 8. Henkel,D. D., New Market, Vs.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. Strohecker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., No...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 April 1885

AVIIV GIRLS WILL WED. She rose at the early day break With a sick aud aching head, And she said—this cross little woman—- " I wonder why girls will wed ? They wouldn't, I'm sure, if they reckoned The things that a wife must bear, The never-done work of a household, The never-done mother-care. "Six dozen pieces to wash to-day, And the children must go to school, And every one knows on washing days Baby is cross, as a rule ; And Bridget is not to the work yet, (Oh, dear, how my head does ache!) Yet I shall have the dinner to cook,", And all of the beds to make." But as soon as the breakfast was ready, Father came in from the yard ; He kissed the sick little mother, " Was sure that the work was hard." He said to the noisy boys: "Be still.' Your mother's not well to-day;" And when he bade her "good-bye," lie " could kiss the palu away." Aud the coffee or kiss—which was it ?— Healed like a magical charm! The spirit of diligent gladness Was everywhere on the farm. The father worked hard a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 9 April 1885

Startling a congregation. Some of the traveling preachers of the past have delivered sermons more startling than edifying, and condescended to tricks to arrest and take the attention of the hearers. Lorenzo Dow, who was one of those preachers, it is said, was on his way to preach in South Carolina, under a large pine tree, when he overtook a colored lad who was blowing a long tin born, and could send forth a blast, with rise and swell and cadence, which waked the echoes of the distant hills. Calling aside the blower, Dow said to him : "What's your name, sir!" "My name—Gabriel, sir," said the brother in elrtwy. "Well, Gabriel, have you been to Church Hill 1" "Yes, massa, I'se been there many a time-" "Do you remember the big pine tree on top of the hillt" "O yes, massa, 1 knows (late pine." "Did you know that Lorenzo Dow was to preach tbere to-morrow f" "Yes, massa, everybody knows dat." 41 Well, Gabriel, 1 am Lorenzo Dow; and if you will take your born and go to-morrow morning befor...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 April 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. For Our Church Paper. Psalms, tbe Book Of The Hebrew name for this Book is Tehillim, Praises; though many of tbe Psalms are rather elegiac. Most of the Psalms have the superscription. (Mizinor,) a poem song. This word is rendered in the Septuagint, by Psalmos; that is, a song sung to music, a lyric poem. The Greek Psalterion means a stringed instrument; hence, by a metaphor the Book of Psalms is called Psalter. Poetry of the Hebrews. Of all the fine arts, poetry alone was cultivated among tbe Hebrews: and under the inspiration of the Almighty it was carried to the highest degree of perfection. The poetry of this people was almost wholly lyric. Whether didactic, elegiac, pastoral, or prophetic, it was still lyric. The essence of lyric poetry is the vivid expression of internal emotions. It is therefore subjective, in opposition to epic poetry, which treats of external objects, and is, therefore, object...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 April 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. w. E. HUBBERT, A.M.,) R«r. 8. HENKEL, D. D., S Editor. B«v. L. A. FOX, D. D., ) Rsv. T. H. STUOIIECKEK, Con. Editok- TfiJIM3.CA.-JH,STRICTLY INADVANCE Om copy, per sun am #1.05 T* club» of twelve, for each #I.oU To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 vents additions' from each subscriber Will be required, to prepay the postage for the yetfr. The jetterup of aclub, iseutitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters Wlhen this Is not done, money is sent at the tllk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. H-ufcbart, A. M-, Btacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D. D-, New Market, V ft.,or Rer. L. A. Vox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. H. Stroheoker, Gold Ilili, ltowan County, N. C. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. „ _ Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold 11111, Row...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 April 1885

BOOK NOTICES. The Lutheran Home. Rev. T. W. Dosh, D. D., editor and proprietor, Salem, Va. Price $1.00 per year. The march number of this monthly is before us. It is a large doable column vrork, containing much liealth-. fnl reading matter. It has a sermon department, a home circle, a parent's, a children's, miscellaneous, and editorial. It should find a place in every family. We notice, that Rer. Prof. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., is Associate Editor. We are in receipt of the "Electra" Magazine, for April, which closes its second volume. We are glad to note the success of this Southern enterprise, and Louisville, By., may well be proud of the periodical which it fosters. We understand that every State and Territory is represented on its list of subscribers. We pronounce the "Eiectra" a safe and readable Magazine for both young and old. Price, ®2 00 per year. Address, Miss J. M. Leyburn, Room, 3, Courier Journal Building, Louisville, Ky. The Primer Illustrated. Concordia Publishing House, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 16 April 1885

The Savoj Cabbage^. The American Agriculturist lias often recommended the Savoy class of cabbages. We regard them as by far the best of all cabbages. But, though attracting more and more attention each year, they can hardly be claimed as popular market kinds. We desire at this time only to call the attention of our readers to their merits. Get a packet of seeds and try a few plants. The cultivation is precisely the samo as for other varieties. It is not necessary to sow the seed in a hotbed. It ia better to grow t hem as late aitnnin and winter sorts. They are very hardy, and a few frosts in the autumn improve rather than lessen the quality. In his classification of the varieties of the cabbage, De Candolle distinguished the Savoys as tlie class Bullata, on account of the peculiar blistered (bullate) character of the leaves. The French call the Savoys Ghouxde Milan, "Milanese Cabbages." Their seed catalogues oiler over a dozen varieties, differing in size, shape and Beason. They hav...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 April 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKBL & CO., Publishers. • VOLUME XTTT. For Our Church Paper. Luther's Uolde or Faith- In 1524, Luther published his first collections of psalms and hymns. Some of them were composed by himself, and somo he translated and adapted from the Latin. This helped forward the cause of the Reformation not a little. On this account the papists hated Luther's hymns as much as any of his writings. One Roman Oatholic writer says: The hymns of Luther have ruined more souls than all his writiugs and sermons. It is said that the Reformation was introduced into the city of Hanover not by preachers or by books, but by the hymns of Luther, which were sung among the people. These hymns were spread about through the country by the merchants who attended the fairs in the different cities; and they were caught up by the people and sung with tho greatest earnestness and spirit. Iu the preface to his hymnbook, Luther says : These hymns are set to music iu four p...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 April 1885

OUft CHURCH PAPER. •■v. W. K. HUBBERT, A.M.,) IUT. 8. IIBNKSL, D. D., S Editors. Hit. L. A. VOX, D. D., ) Ha v. T. U. STROHECKER, Con. Editok. T4tl*s, CA4H, STRICTLY INADVANOE Ooeeopy, per annum $1.05 Te club* of twelve, for each $1.50 '£• Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students #1.50 10 cents addition*' from each subscriber wWI be required, to prepay tlie postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnielicd on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letterß When this is not done, money is sent at the ■41k of the person who forwarded it. Addren Communications to Rev. W. E. Uotibert, A. M., Blacks burg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rer. 8. Henkol,D. D., New Market, Va.,or Her. L. A. Vox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rev. T. EI. Stroheoker, Gold Hill, Rowan County, N. C. Monejw can be received by any of the •ditors. Her. S. Rothrock, Gold 11111, Rowan Co....

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 April 1885

In tho last twelve yearg five large Lutheran churches have been ereoted 4n Copenhagen, Denmark, and in the last five years fire additional mission houses. Some of the German papers concisely present the following as the giat of the Missouri doctrine on election : If mau is lost it is entirely his own fault; if man is saved it is all owing to God's grace; in the latter case, man's cooperation is excluded. Martin Earquhar Tupper, author of Proverbial Philosophy, writes from London to the Brooklyn Magazine that ho is in very embarrassed financial straits, but that "after all, God provides for every day, and I trust in Dim to do so to the end, here and hereafter." Tlio following iu regard to the Lutheran Church now * building at Blacksburg, Va., is from the Times of that town : The Messrs. Eflinger are putting the slate roof on the new Lutheran church, which by the way, promises to be the most handsome and modern looking building in the village. The ten commandments, mostly negative or ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 April 1885

EIDOLA. FtlOM TIIK .lAI'ANKSIi. Wblte-wiuged birds iu the sunlit heavens, White-sailfdjships on the sunset sen: But neither the birds that fly above us, Nor ships, wherever their haven may bo, Are meant for me. Tbe bamboo.la ighs at the zephyr's wooing, Toning tbe sheen of her seo-grccn hair ; While a low-voiced lover leans to the lotus, Till her blushiog cheek is yet more fair ; But eastward, or westward blowing, Tbe winds that speak to blossom or tree Are dumb to me. 1 turn my face to tbe " matchless mountain," Queenliest queen in the world below; Crowned as with crown of pure white lilies, Flowers of the Winter frost and snow, The star* and the clouds arc in her secret, And her beauty shines on the wondering sea, But not on me. Out from the husli of the brooding twilight, Sweet as the breath of the rose in sleep, Soft aa the flush of the Summer sunset, Fading away on the'purple deep, Dawnt in a dream the shore ofJthc silent Washed by the waves of an infinite sea ; This is for me ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 April 1885

CHURCH"' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. EIEISTKEL <fc CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. THE SPECTER HARVEST. BY TUB REV. J. 11. BITTING ER, D. V. Fur beyond their seared eyeballs, Stretching like a horrid main— Like a Bea of Sodom—surging, Waves the cursed harvest plain. Ages upon hopeless ages Move those reapers o'er that plain, But within ten thousand sickles Gather not a single grain. In the morning, for the evening Of the weary day, they sigh; In the evening still their groau is, "Would to God the morn were nigh." But upon that field of sorrow Ne'er shall rise another day; From its brazen sky is taken Sun and moon and stars for aye. Reaping onward, reaping ever, Reaping till their latest breath, They shall gather to their bosoms Sheaves of darkness and of d«ath. When illimitable acres Have been garner'd to their store, Wan aud weary, on its ashes They shall feed forevermore. After countless ages, toiling 'Neath that flaming, sunless dome, Sadly asked each weary spirit: "Shall w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 April 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. lUr. YT. E. HUBBERT, A. M.,) Rbt. S. HEHIBL, D. L>., V Editors. RBT. L. A. FOX, D. IX, ) Rbt. T. H. BTROUEOKER, COB. Editok. TO«HS,UA4U, STRICTLY INADVANCE Oo« eopy, par annum $1.05 T* clubs of twelre, for each $1.51) T» Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.50 10 cents aJdltlona' from each subscriber wHt bcroquirod, to prepay tbe postage for the year. The getter up of a club, isoulitled tc X eopy tree. Adrertiring rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittance* must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters ¥(%eo thil is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Ifcjfcbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, W, or, Rev. 8. Henkel.D. D-, New Market, V'a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va., or Rer. T. H. Stroheoker, Gold 11111, Rowan County, N. C. Moneys can bo roeeived by any of the •dltors. Rer. H. Rothrock, Gold Hill, ...

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