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

GENERAL GRANT. la ii.e Ola Kern Dying Becauae Of medical Intolerance. j The American Hoiruxopathlst has tin article on the treatment of General Grout by the Allopaths, in which it Bays: "General Washington was murdered by his medical attendants ; but at least they were heroically—too heroically endeavoring to extinguish the disease. Their brutality was of the active sort, ond in purpose commendable, though disastrous in result. Gen. Garfield was maltreated for months under an error of diagnosis, and at last escaped beyond the reach of his emluentorturrers Here, also, there was much medical heroism and activity displayed, albeit misdirected. Other illustrious patients have suffered from eminence in the profession; but General Grant seems res«iTvod as a shining example of cold-blooded expectancy. To him the little groupof eminence hove nothing to offer but a diagnosis. For him tony piopone ne relief butln the grave. Ignoring the only source of therapeutlo salvation, they gather round ...

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

Odds and Ends. After her grandmother bad given her a good scolding, a little mischief was overheard to say to herself, "Somebody is cross in this room ; 'tain't me, 'tain't dolly, 'tain't kiddy. I wonder who it Is !" £ * "Ma, this paper says there are 3,950 Bands of Mercy in this country. What is a Band of Mercy 1" "An association for charitable purposes, child." "Oh! I thought it was n brass band that didn't practice evenings." A tramp stopped at a house the other day and asked for something to eat. "Which do you like best?" asked the hired girl. ' Steak or chop f" The tramp hesitated a minute, and then replied, "Chop." « Step right this way," said the hired girl. "Here's the •xe, and there's the wood pile." A gentleman eame home in the "wee smt' hours ay out the twal," at the Bouth Hud, recently, and was surprised to find his wife clad iu black. "Why are you wearing these mourning garments 1" he said, somewhat unsteadily. "For my late husband," waa the significant reply. Ho has be...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTADLISHED 1873. ELBITKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. IN PERFECT PEACE. Like strains of music, soft and low, That break upon a troubled slucp J I hear the promise old and new, (iod will His faithful childron keep "In perfect pcace." From out the thoughtloes, wreck-strewn past, From unknown years that silent wail, Amid earth's wild regret tiiero comes Tho promiso with its precious freight, "In perfect pcace." Above tho clash of party strife, Tho surgo of llfo's unresting sea, Through sobs of pain and sougs of mirth, Through hours of toil it floats to mo, "Iu perfcct peaco." It stills the questionings and doubts, The nameless fears that throng the soul, It speaks of love unchanging, sure, And ever more its echoes roll: "In perfect peace." "In ported pcace," O loving Christ! When falls death's twilight gray and cold, And flowers of earth shall droop and fade, Keep Thou Thy childron as of old, "In perfcct peace." And through the glad, eternal yoars, lleyou...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R«v. W. E. 11UUBKRT, A. M.,) Kb*. 8. HKNKKL, D. D., Editoks. R«v. L. A. JfOX, I>. !>., ) T4K44, UXnf,§TMIOTLY INAD VANCE Due copy, porannum $1.00 To clubi of twelve, for oncli #1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Minlsteri), ami Theological Studonts $1.50 10 cents aJditiona'. from each subscriber wHI be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Poet Office Orders, liaak Checks, or ltegistercd Letters When this ii not done, money Is sent at the »lsk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Kev. W. E. Huhbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery Uounty, Va., or, Her. 8. Hunkel,D. D., Now Market, Va.,or He?. L. A. Koi, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Her. 8. Rothrock, Oold 11111, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is.as he was heretofore, authorised lo receive and forw...

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

' Our Church has in America 89 institutions of learning. Of these there aro 18 theological seminaries with 45 professors and 590 students; 22 colleges with 356 profossors anil 2,soostudents ; 3-1 academies with 118 teachers and 2,300 pupils, and 15 female seminaries with 81 instructors and 1,807 attendants. The total is 89 difl'erent educational institutions with 400 professors and over 0,200 students.—H. und Z. O. For Our Church Paper. Cornerstone Lajlng. The laying of the cornerstone of the now Lutheran Church, to be ereoted at Milues, Page co., Vh., took place last Saturday, July 11, according to previous announcement. A procession being formed at Mr. Welfley's store, they marched up to tho place of the proposed building, where a large congregation had asßombled for the purpose of witnessing tho ceromonics. Mr. Daniel May hfid prepared a beautiful stone, made an excavation in it sufficient, as a receptacle, for the articles deposited. The congregation then returned to tho Methodi...

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

The Danger* of Mood Poisoning. Since the death of President Ourflcld, there seems to ha* o boon nu Increase In the number of recorded eases of blood poisoning. A few weeks ago the Rev. Nonh Schenck, D. D., of Brooklyn, had an operation performed on hiS foot, Inflammation set In and death ensued. If a man belli good health, u wound heels rapidly; if tho blood is corrupt, it is slow to heal. Impure blood irritates and inflames the whole system. It follows then, if the blood purifying organs nro deranged—slnco every particle of blood courses through theso organs over one hundrod times an hour—in a very short time tho blood poison must destroy all vitality. In the winter seuson nature" demands beat-making food ; in the spring she sets up a cooling process; and, to accomplish this, she ordains thut the change from winter to summer should be gradual; if her laws were never violated, this provisiou would be sufficient; they are violated, therefore, we must furnish help in this spring house...

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

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. The Use or Baptism. CONCLUDED. Vet these errors of life are widely difl'eront from those sins committed against doctrino, Tor here a remedy still remains, and our life may become better; but where tho principles of doctrine are false, there is neither help nor remedy for the improvement of life, but both are lost and desperate. For it happens in this as with a citizen, who may commit two kinds of offences against his government,—as, he may be disobedient to his superior, and act contrary to his commands, and in consequenoe inour the punishmont duo to disobedience; but still ho may acknowledge that ho has acted improperly in this particular. By this it so happens, that we cau draw a distinction between the two, Jus et Factum, authority and obedience to authority, or as wo hero call them, doctrino and life. For still this insubordinate or disobedient subject acknowledges the law, and allows the comman...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. luTTw. E. HUBBEHT, A.M.,> KBV. S. HENKEL, D. D., S Editoiu. MIIV. L. A. FOX, 1). IX, ) TEH MS, UA.iH.STK IGTLY IMA U VANCE One copy, pur annum - $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for eaeli #1.50 To Miulsturs, Widows of Ministers, aud Theological Students $1.50 10 cauls additions', from each subscriber wMI be required) to prepay tlie pontage for the year. The getter up of a club, iseutitlcd to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Kemltlaucca must be rnnde by Post Olflco Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money lsseutatthe risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubburt, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Ilenkol.D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or Her. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be roceived by any of the •dltors. Hev. S. Itothrock, tiold Hill, Ilowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward s...

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

Listen to I*ur Wife. The Manchester Gcakdian, June Bth, 1883, says: At one of the " Windows" Looking on the woodland ways ! With clumps of rhododendroms and great masses of May blossoms ! ! ! "There was an interesting group- „ It included one who bad been a "Cotton spinner," but was now so Paralyzed ! ! ! That ho could only bear to lie in a rocliniug position. This refers to my case. I was Attacked twelve years ago with "Locomotor Ataxy' 1 (A paralytic disease of nerve fibre rarely ever curod) and was for several years barely ablo to get about. . ~ And for the last Five years not able to attend to my business, although Many tilings have been done for me. _ Thu last experiment being Nerve stretching. Two years ago I was voted into the Home for Incurables! Near Manchester, in May, 1832. , 1 am no "Advocate"; "For anything in the shape of patent" Medicines? And made many objections to my dear wife s constant urging to try Hop Bitters, but finally to pacify her— Consented! ! , , I had n...

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

THE PB£BIi)EHT'B 5162Z8. Clw Cleveland «H »be BortfUlt" Suiu« Tbwuchls lugseilel bf Her LMUrt. In Julie, 18»3. Miss Cleveland, f resent mistress of the White house, (1# livered an address before the Klmlra, N. Y., frYuiale College. which the Presbyterian tUxingdht called •'great,"—a deserved compliment toan excellent woman. It was untitled "Altruistic Faith," and for her illustration she took Cliedldja, first wife of Mohammed, who was rich, and much older than lio was when ■he married him. When asked In later years why he did not put her away nud take a younger wife, he replied that he loved her best because she believed in him when all men despised him. Chcdidja's faith made Mohammed. There is faith In God, faith in self, and In humanity. The llrst produces the others. Kalth In humanity believes that life Is worth living and worth suvlug. You will have much hunger utul thirst, will crave affection when the bloom of youth U supplanted by the ashen hue of age : will cry aloud for hel...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. * For Our Church Paper. Ueply to Watchman. It is with pain that we have again to assume tho unpleasant task of replying to our friend Watchman; be he whoever ho may, in this uncalled for and unnecessary discussion. If our friend Watchman had attended to his own matters, —no doubt he has a plenty to do in that direction, —there would have been no occasionjfor such wrangle ;• but if he has nothing to do in that direction, we might call him over to Macedonia, to help us to manage our Sunday-school. W hat interest is it to him, to try to proselyte our Sunday-school at Grace, or even at Shiloh, or Pilgrim, or across the trackless ooean. We are not to blame in this unnecessary discussion that is now intruding itself on the columns of O. 0. P. The responsibility rests with friend Watchman. He charged us with a long tirado of sheer verbosity, and if ho had not verbosited first about our Sunday-school, there w...

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

OUR CHURCH P APER.--SUPPLEMENT. MARION FEMALE COLLEGE, Phurch Jnstitution, LOCATED BY THE EVANGELICAL LUTHERAN SYNOD OF SOUTH WESTERN VIRGINIA AND UNDER ITS CONTROL 13th j3e#ioq Openg Monday in Total Expenses in Literary Department for Board, Tuition, &c., $135 to $155, per Scholastic Year ol 10 Months, upon Payment ot which A Receipt in Full will be Given. A. DVANTAGBS : Located, about 2,800 feet above the Sea level. Accessible by two Passenger Trains each way daily. Five Churches with Sabbath Schools in Town. The Religious Tone of the daily College Life. Firm and Parental Government. Few Charges for "Extras." Full Course in Music and. Art, besides regular Scientific Studies. Apply for Catalogue or further information to Kev. .J. J. SCHERER, President, August 1, 1885. Marion, Smyth County, Virginia.

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 July 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. W\E. HUBBKBT, A.M.,) Ray. S. lIKSKtSL, D. D., Editoii*. Rav. L. A. KOX, D. D., > TERMB, OA. "ill, STRICTLY INADVANCE Due copy, per annum #1.05 To club* of twelve, for each #1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Htudents sJil.&O 10 cauls addltlona' from oach subscriber Will be required, to prepay the pottage for the year. Thegetterup of aclub, laeutitlcd to 1 copy freeAdvartisingratos will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittance* must be made by I'oet Ottlce Order*, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this li not done, mouey Is sent at the risk of the porson who forwarded It. Addreis Communications to Hev. W. E. Hubbert, A. 41., Blackaburg, Montgomery County, Vs., or, Rav. 8. Henkel.D. D., New Market, V'a-.or Rer. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the adltors. Rav. 8. Hothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forwa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 July 1885

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. Woman's Missionary Society, S W. Va. The E. L. Synod of S. W- Va., will meet in Salem, Va., August 21st, 1885. Our constitution provides, that the Woman's Missionary Society shall meet at the same time and place. The Executive Committee of the W. M. Society will meet on Friday the 21st of August, at 10 o'clock, A. M. The members of this committee will please come on Thursday in order to be here in time. On Friday evening there will be a Woman's Publio Missionary Meeting in the College Church, to which all are cordially invited. A Missionary Address by a prominent minister, an address of welcome to the delegates and visitors, and a response both read by ladies, and a paper on some subject connected with our work, will be the most interesting features of this occa ■ion. Some afternoon during synod will bo given to the business meeting of the Woman's Missionary Society. We earnestly hope, that every society in connection with this synod, no matter ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 July 1885

GEN. OHAHT'B CASE. " Some One Han Blundered I'-Can M Be Possible I The New York Herald nays: "If General Grant should rocovcrfrom a disease ••which should prove not to have been " what It has been described, then his "medical attendants * * will be ex- " pected to explain the reasons for one of "the most remarkable instances of dis- " crtpancy evor recounted In the history "of medical practice." The other day an eminent young physician in the last stages of consumption, unable longer to talk, called for pen and paper ana Indistinctly wrote thts advice to uls physicians: " Make dying comfortable." This seems to have been the sole purpose of General Grant's attending physicians, They wore making dying comfortable, but they were not curing their patient. Ho amazes them by getting better!! The utter failure rightly to diagnose and properly to treat General Grant's disorder was a serious blunder, emphasizing what has so often been said, that professional treatment, being purely experimen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 August 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. SENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. Prom the Lutheran Visitor. •'Old Issoes"—"The Conservative Germans,'—"The Progesslve Americans." Bhq. Hawkins In the Lutheran Vitttor of June 18th, on the fourth page, we find an article on the "Present and Future of our Church," (our '' Church ! a word bard to be under■topd) which we presume does not oome from your pen. Were it eo, it would betray an unusual lack of consistency of character, au impious forgetfulnessof what is due to departed brethren, whose memory the Lutheran Chnrch of the South has great cause to revere ; a setting aside of the fact .that the Lutheran Visitor is not a private paper, but the representative of the views and aims of the general Synod in the South ; it would be wantonly provoking, unoomfortable con- troversy ; it would be placing in jeopdy a result which cost doep thought, oarefui circumspection, painful selfdenial and prayerful self-saorifice; it would be trifling wit...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 August 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Bav. W. E. HUUBERT, A.M.,) Rav. S. IIEXKBL, D. D., ;» Editoiib. Rav. L. A. KOX, D. D., ) TKItiH.CA 111, STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One oopy, pur annum To clubs of twelve, for each #1.50 To Miulsters, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Student* $1.50 10 cants additional front each subscriber will bu required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of aclub, leeutitled to I eopy freeAdvertising rate* will be furnished on application to the publishers. Reulttaneea must be made by l'ost Olllcc Orderi, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters Whan tbla la not done, money Is scut at the risk of the person who forwarded It. Addreia Communications to ltev. W. E. ilubbert, A. M, Blackiburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Bar. 8. Houkel,D. D., Now Market, \Ta.,or Bar. L. A. Fox, 1). D., Salem, Va. Moneys cau bo received by any of the •dltora. Bev. 8. Hothrock, Gold Hill, ltowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscriptions for Oob...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 August 1885

OOIiKESPO-NDENOE. For Our Church Paper. Testimonial. We, the undersigned ooancil for Franklin and Bedford Mission, wish to bear evidence to the Prudence, Faithfulness, and sound Prcaohing of our beloved pastor, Itev. G. T. Gray. He has served Bedford three years, and Franklin over four years. He has brought aome good people into our ohurch by baptism, and some by confirmation. . We wish him to remain with us, though he speaks of going West this fall. HBNRY 0. HOOANj , , .Jambsß.Kessler, Council. July 28, 1885. For Our Church Paper. Toadyism. In the Lutheran Observer, of July 24, we notice an article from the well known correspondent" B" who writes from Ocean Grove, and a more fulsome letter, replete with toadyism for every sect and denomination, save his own, would be hard to find. Lot me give you a specimen: "I think the atmosphere at tho Grovo would core all our brethren, whose spiritual vitality has not ran down too far, of that superlative nonsense about Lutheran pulpits and Lut...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 August 1885

* Thftie In a wide i>preod mid icriouf PJt* va.enee of disorders of th# kidneys; Mdof various diseases tunnel by the Imperfect operation of tin* kidneys and liver. Ac* cordliij; l<> Hubert*, I tiomiw-'u, n>id other recouuized authorities. disorders are very common, h'Jt th* c,>wurity of theft "positive symj torn:) is so marked tfiat inuify people. ill »m 1 out of «orts generally, are really victims of kidney complain!, and they and tnelr phyelcinus do not realize It. Rheumatic pnina liregular appetite, frequent headache, chills and fever, "blues," hot an I dry skin, sour stomach, dyspepsia, Irregular action of the bowels, nervous in liability, muscular soreness, cramps, languor, impairment of memory, loss of virility, are anions tho preliminary evidences of coming kidney uud liver derangements. As the discaso develops then follow I*nie hack, swelling ankles, pale face, sen! ?inn sensations, the water sometimes being very light a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 August 1885

"v. a ■ -———«» —. CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED .1873. HEKKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. Return of Jews- One of the most wonderful move moots now going on is the turning of the Jews to Jesus as their Messiah, and owning the sin of their forefathers in rejecting and crucifying Him. The originator of this movement is Josef Rabinowitz, s Jewißh lawyer in Kishoueff, who warmly interested himself in beiialf of his suffering brethren daring the terrible persecutions of the Jewß in Kussia in 1832. At that time be visited Jerusalem to see if arrangements oonld be made for the settlement of the refugees in Palestine. What led this Jewish lawyer to think of Jesns as tbe Messiah of Israel was most singular. He was not a convert to Christianity. Strange as it seems, he had never heard a Christian missionary or minister speak. One can hardly help feeling it must bo the direct purpose of God that one to lead such a movement fthould have been awaked simply through the study of the Old...

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