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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 August 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. \v. e. hubbkrt, a. M.,) Rav. 8. HKNKKL,, D. D., Editoiis, Riv. li. A. KOX, D. !>., ) TERM:), CASH, BTHICTLY l£iA DV AN UK One copy, perannum $1.05 To clubs) of twelve, for each #1.50 To MlalMtum, Willows of Milliliters, and Theuiogical Btudeuts if 1 .GO 10 cents 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 froe. Advertising rated will be f urnlshcd on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, itauk Checks, or Uegistercd Letters When this is not done, money Is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery o>unty, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D. D., New Market, /a.,or Rev. L. A. J"oi, D. D., Saleut, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the •dltora. Rev. 8. R >tbrock, Gold 11111, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, auth...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 August 1885

Nortb Uarollna College and Mt Pleasant Female Seminary- Under this head, Admonitor Fopuli says, in tho Concord (N. 0.) Times: Among the things of which Cabarrus county may justly foel proud are these two institutions. They belong to Cabarrus, and aro an important part of that which gives to a country or a community favorable public notoriety. Materially they will compare favorably with any surrounding similar institutions. Their buildings aro massive, commodious structures, well locatad, and complete in all their appointments with respect to health, good taste and convenience. Nothing indoed is wanting in this regard. Young gentlemen and ladies who shall select this as their school homo cannot |fail to be pleased with their surroundings, both natural and artificial. Their teaching force is ample, composed of gentlemen and ladies of the highest respectability and competence for their work, and presided over by Christian gentlemen of high standing, considered with respect to evorythin...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 August 1885

A HEROIC DEED. Snrpauliiff Kven the Deeds of Prowea« of liverj-Du) Life. A few months ago tho country wns thrilled with the account of n girl who, at tho risk of her life, when the whirling flood of the swollen rivers was wresting great bridges from their foundations, skipped along the ties of a western railway, lantern In hand, and saved a train from certain destruction. The Stato of lowa awarded her a suitable medal for her bravery. In this instance It was a child who saved the lives of many adults, but as a rule, the life of the child Is In the hands of older persons. In November, 1883, a little eight-year-old son of Danish parents was suffering with diphtheria. Tho attack was not severe, but he did not seem to rally after the throat appeared perfectly well. Nuu»ea, headache, and low fever succeeded the sore throat, and two or three days at* tcrwardH his limbs began to swell mysteriously. The skin bocarae very dry, vomftlug was freipiont, nose-bleed was persistent, and nothing wo...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 August 1885

CHURCH ' PAPER. E3TA BUSHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. Tabernacle,— Building or God— Confidence "We know that if our earthly houso of this tabernacle were dissolved, wo hnvo a building of God, an houso not mado with lmnds eternal in tho heayons."—2 Cor. v. 1. Some things in these words are very plain; others may involve a little difficulty. The Apostle obviously intends the body when he speaks ol' "the earthly house of this tabernaoleand nothing can be a juster representation of it. Man is not a machine; or a mere mass of organized matter. He has something more than flesh and blood. There is a spirit in man, and the inspiration of the Almighty giveth him understanding. What we see is not the agent, but only the instrument; not the inhabitant, but the dwelling. The body is called "an house" for its accommodation. The soul might have had another residence givon it, and a very inferior one. Injured as the struo ture is by sin, it has enough of excel lence ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 August 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. W. E. HUBBKRT, A. M.,) Kbv. 8. lIKNIvKL, D. I)., Editoijb Rbv. L. A. FOX, I>. D., ) TtClt >H, U.Vill, BTBICTLY IN ADVANCE Oue oopy, pur annum $1.65 To clutis of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studouts #1.50 10 couts Additional from ea< h subscriber will be required, t<> prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy freeAdvertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must bo made by l'ost Olllce Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters Whan tills is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M-, Blacksburg, Montgomery U>uuty, Va., or, liav. 8. Henkel,!). D., New Market, Rev- L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be roceived by any of the udltors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Cold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 August 1885

From the Lutheran Visitor, July 23, 1885. Dallas. N- C- Safely reaching our destination, we were met by the son of Kev. Prof. M. L. Little, the popular principal of this nourishing and growing school, which during the past year has had almost 250 pupils. We were very much Burprised and very greatly pleased to find so handsome a brick building, built after tho stylo of modern architecture, actually the finest building in the. whole county of Gaston. It would be an honor to a oity. The board of trustees deserve much credit for erect' ing such a school edifice. The board is composed of Lutherans. We met and remember very well and very pleasantly Father Joqas Hoffman, of Dallas; J. A. Oostner, of Lincolnton; and ex-Mayor W. A. Mauney, of King's Mountain. Such men of devo tion to our dear Lutheran Ohurob, enterprising, progressive, active and liberal, how much we need them! Such men sucoeed in business, and help churches and schools to succeed. All Dallas is interested in the high school...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 August 1885

From (New Markot, Vs.,) Shenandoah Valley. IN" MEMOR.IA.IA. PROF. JOSEPH_SALYARDS! The Distinguished Scholar, Faithful Teachcr, and Polished Poet has Passed Away! At his residence in New Market, Va., oil August 10, 1885, at 12:10 o'clock, u. in., Prof. Joseph Salyards departed this life; aged 70 years, 4 months, and 1 day. Io tearful sympathy with abercavcd public, we record above the death of one of Virginia's most distinguished scholars and America's greatest poets. One by one the liuks that uuite lis with the past are broken, and now, too, Salyards, the faithful teacher, useful oitizeu, and brilliant writer has joined the hosts of tbe departed. lu somewhat impaired health for the paat several years, last Maybe was attacked with facial erysipelas, l'rom which, however, under tbe skill of his physician, Dr. G. G. Ueukcl, a former pupil, he recovered ; but the consequent prostration from this sickness, together with an attaok of diarrhoea, proved too mnoh of a strain upon bis system...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 August 1885

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 187.3. HENKEL & CO., Publishers VOLUME XIII. For Our Church Paper. North Carolina uollege — Leclnre. BY H. T. J. Ludwio. Opining, Friday evening lt Av gust 7, 1893. Young Gentlemen When entering upon any important work, something both in time and labor may be gained by giving a little attention to 'the essentials npon which success depends. Particularly is this trne with reference to the work upon which you bavejust entered. The work yon propose to accomplish j is the supplying of yourselves with , , useful knowledge, the storing of your minds with pure and ennobling thoughts, the cultivating of your intellects so as to enable yon to think Continuously and consecutively, that is, to reason correctly, and finally bqt . by no means least the giving of your manners that polish whioh is characteristic of the gentleman, and without which your education would in a great measure be a failure. It is assumed that you all without exception have entered sc...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 August 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R«v. W. K. HUHIJEKT, A.M.,) Kav. 8. UKNICBL, D. D., -Eoirons. Hav. L. A. KOX, I>. D., ) Ti£ K M U A 311, 8 T KIOT LY IN AD V ANOE Oile copy, purannum $1.65 ' To clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Minister!, Widows of Ministers, anil Theological StuJuutH #1.50 M) cents addltlona' from each subscriber Will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. Thegelterup of a club, laoutitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be I urnlshtd ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by l'ost Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Uegistercd Letters When this Is not done, money Is sent at the *•« of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E« ilubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, lUt. 8. Hankel,D. D., New Market, V».,or R«v. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be receivod by any of the editors. Rev. 3. li.jthrock, Gold 11111, Rowan Co., liorth Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 August 1885

For Our Church Paper. Sunday School G. M. Y. is willing to have, the Catechism used in Sunday schools where it will not "inflict seriout wounds." It is not used in his Sunday school, beoanse, it seems, it would inflict eerious wounds In that Sunday school. Whom could it hurt! Could it wound the children of Lutheran families 1 Gould it wound adult Lutherans f Gould it iniliot serious wounds upon tbe children of the sects who nay attend said sohoolf Most emphatically will all good and true Lutherans answer, No. Now to show the readers of O. G. P. in how great esteem the catechism of Luther is held by others than Watchman, here following are extracts from the Lutheran, Vol. 22—No. 3G, Sep. 0, 1883, and to the point: "Inhis former article be strongly recommends a thorough catechisation of the young in the doctrines of the Ghurch, bdth in the Sunday school and In the family, and that the catechism is the drst means through which this can be done. The catechism ought to bo the next hook t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 August 1885

"But I Want To- That is « hat Alice Belden always says when she is told not to do any thing. She in a sweet, pretty little girl, bat olio is an only child, and is badly spoiled. When her mamma says, "Come now, Alice, and learn your lessons; do not swing any louger this morning," Alicp whines out, "But 1 Want to !'' And then her weak mother does uot say any more. One day her nurse was with her by the river's side, and Alice got into a little row boat that was there. *'0, Miss Alice,'' said the nurse, "you must not do thatf 1 am sure your mamma would uot like it." "But.l. want to!" said Alice, in a pet; and she lifted one of the big oars and tried to put it into the water. How frightened she was when the little boat turned over, and she felt herself going drowned in the deep river! The foolish child would have been drowned bad not some meu in the field heard the cries of her narse and plunged into the water to save her. 1 hope Alice wilt learn before long that "But I want to'' is not ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 September 1885

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HE3STKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. REST. BY JBSBU nOWAIID HHI.L. tto swift, mv soul, lift up thy wlnga And soar to heights unknown, And view the joys no eye hath seen That wait the weary one. Behold the city paved with gold, The crystal home* to fair, The trees that bear such luscious fruit As growth only thore; The gloaming throne; the Blessed Son. Arrayed in glistering white, Whoao radiance fills that hallowed place That never knoweth night. The peacc of God, that restful calm That only those can know Who've battlod with the blinding storm Of humansin and woe; Thence, back, my soul, on pinions swift, And tell to weary men Wbero thou liast been, what heard and aeon That passeth mortal ken. Bid them patient watch and wait, Be earnest In the strifo, Nor falter till they've run the race That wins Eternal Life. Bid them obey the King's commands; Rest cometh sure and soon, When sighs to laughter will be turned, And midnight iuto noon. ...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. W. B. lIUBBBUT, A.M.,) Kav. S. HENKKL, U. U., [- Kditohb. Kav. L. A. FOX, I>. 1)., > T*;«4d,U V 111 .STRICTLY IK AD VANCE Oil® copy, p.-r.iunum if 1.06 To clubs of twelve, for uacli 1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Tueolojical Students #1.50 ft) cents ii.Uttioun' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay tbe pontage for the year. The gutter up of a club, is entitled to I copy freeAdvertising rates willbe f tirulshed on application lo tbe publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Order*. jj #u k Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is seut at the risk of the person wbo forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blauksburg, Montgomery Uouaty, Va., or, Rev. 8. Iloukel, D. D., New Market, \Ta.,or Her. L. A. fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Monoys can be received by any of tbe editors. Hev. 8. II ithrock, Gold JIIII, Rowan 00., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 September 1885

CORRESPONDENCE. For Our Church Paper. Sunday School It is most evident that North, Houth, East, West, there is an awakening in regard to Luther's Catechism for Sun-day-school, week day school, for the catechumens and private study. In the language of another: "In order to a knowledge of the doctrines and order of the Ohnrchorad steadfastness in them, and true love and devotion to the Church, he auggests, the but, the sa/eit, the mott economical thing to be done, is to do away with the Sunday-school library, and strongly recommends a thorough oatechisation of the young in the doctrines of the Church, both in the Sunday-school nnd In the family, and that the Catechism is the first means through whioh this can be done and not a Sundayschool library. If Sunday-schools wonld expend their large same of money for catechisms and not for so many trashy libraries, a great deal more gofld could be sccompliataed. The Oateohism ought to be the next book to the Bible both in the school and family...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 3 September 1885

The Foolish Friends- la tbe depths of a forest tbere lived two foxes who never bad a cross word witb eacb other. One of them said one day, in tbo politest fox language: "Let's quarrel." "Very well," said tbe other, "as you please, dear friend. Hut bow nball wo Net about ill" "Ob! it cannot be diffioult," said fox number one; two-legged people fall out why should not we! ' So they tried all sorts of ways, but it could not be done, because eaob ono would give way. At last number one fetched two atoues. "Tbere!" aaid he, "you say they're yours, and I'll say they're mine, and wa will quarrel and fight and scratch each other. Now I'll begin. Those stones are mine!'' "Very well," answered the other, gontly, "you are quite welcome to them." "But we shall never quarrel at this rate!" cried the other, jumping up and licking his faco. "You old simpleton, don't you know that it takes two to make a quarrel any dayf" So tuey gave it up as a bad job, and never tried at this silly game again. I of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 September 1885

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. FIND YOUR LEVEL. You can be a fishing shallop if you cannot Im> a ship. If you cannot be a lighthouse, bo at lca9t a tallow dip;' You can be a valiant soldier though you may uot be • host, You can watch a single headland if you cannot guard a coast; There is everything that's noble in tho wisdom and the grace Of fulfilling every duty, whatsoever be your place. If you ipend the day In pining and in staring at the tun You will find that you aro blinded long before the day is done. Better be the humble limpet that is safe where'er it cling*, Than attempt an eagle's soarings when you lack the eagle's wings. There are some as swift as swallows, there arc others who must creep, And you never saw a turtle try to take a tiger's leap. Not evory stick of timber that is fit to make a mast, Not every structure bullded is a pyramid to last, Not every piece of music is an anthem or a psalm, Not every g...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 September 1885

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kav. W. K HUUUBItT, A. M.,) ltiv. 3. IIKKKBL, I). D., )- Kditohh. K«». L. A. 1). D., ) TiSU >14,CHH,!*TK1CTLY IN ADVANCE One oopy, p t lunum fI.CS To uluus of twelve, for each #1.6U To Miuisters, Widows of Ministers, uud Tuj >lojicul Students $1.50 10 cj.ils itlditiona' from oacli subscriber will be required, I" prepay tlie pontage for lue yo.tr. Thegettcrup of aclub, Is entitled lo 1 copy rroe. Advertising r.Ues will bo if urnisbed 011 application to the publishers. Ri-'iuillaaeesmust be made by l'ost Otlicc Order*, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money is sent at tbe risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Kev. W. E. Hubbcrt, A. M-, Ulaoksburg, Montgomery County, Vs., or, Kev. a. Henkel,D. D., New Market, Va.,or Her. L. A. Kui, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Kav. rt. Rithrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as ho was heretofore, authorized !■&...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 September 1885

For Our Church Paper. Rcmlnlsccnees or New Market, as It was Flftjr Years AgoBy Jonathan Oldtimes, Esq. No 1. < Just before I became of age many years ago, Providence cast my lot for eighteen months in New Market. There was at that time no Lutheran Theological Seminary, and I resorted to that place from my Pennsylvania home to prepare for the ministry under the instruction of the Rev. S. S. Schmucker, pastor of that parish. I had finished my college course and witb my dipldma in my pocket, I traveled by Btage to this place, whioh was then regarded as very distant. What can now be accomplished in ten hottts, then required three days of bard Btage travfel. New Market was a straggling village of less than 400 inhabitants, who were for the most part exceedingly plain and little influenced by the fashions and follies of the ontside world. They were not distinguished for enterprise, and improvements elsewhere introduced were a long time in reaching this sequestered hamlet. Educ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 September 1885

iOUII ACTS PLAYED. tAD KErOItT ABOUT EX-FBEBIDEKT ABTHUK. v.'ta the Flllb and Pinal Aft be t ( Traced)'. " I»r. 1-In coin who wus at the funeral of" " ex-fco retary I'rellughuysen, says ox-" " President Arthur looked very unwell." •'He issutlering from Bright's disease." '• During the past year It has assumed a" " very aggravated form." Tliut telegram Is act IV. of a drama written by ex-President Arthur's physicians. In act I. he was made to appear In •' Malaria," of which all the country was told when he went to Florida. In Act 11. he represented a tired man, worn down, walking the sands at Old Point Comfort and looking eastward over the Atlantic toward Kurope for a longer rest. The curtain rolls up for Act 111. upon the distinguished actor alTocted with melancholy from Urlght's disease, while Act IV. discovers him with the disease " in an aggravated form, suffering intensely, I which Is uuusuul) and about to take u sea voyage." Just such As this Is the plot of many dram&am...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 September 1885

CHURCH * PAPER, ESTABLISHED 1873. HBKKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIII. What should be Expected from Sunday School Scholars. An Essay road by Rov. A. L. Ckocsb, A. M., during the time devoted to Sunday School Work, at the late Virginia Conforenco of the E. L. Tenn. Synod. Should is an auxiliary verb denoting "an obligation of propriety, expediency," etc. Then the question comes up, what is proper and expedient to expect from the children in the Sundaysohool! The right answer, in its application to the personal ability of the scholars to meet expectations, is, in rospeot to what is good, nothing—in respect to what is bad, MuOH. Something good may come, but it cannot be expected, for "the way of man is froward and strange." Prov. 21, 8. Natural ability to accomplish good does not exist in them, and should not be expected, for Paul declares concerning himself, Bom. 7, 18: "For I know that in mc (that is, in my flesh,) dweileth no good thing: for, to will is present with me...

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