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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 April 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. REV. \V. E. HUUBEKT, A. M.,) Rev. S. IIENK.EL, I>. D., i- Editors Rev. L. A. FOX, I). 0., ) TElWlri, CA. iI, ST it IOTL VINA D V ANCE Ooe c»py, perauuuni I To clubs of twelve, for each sjjj 1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 *0 cents additions' from eacli subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for Hie year. Thefetterup of aclub.laentitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rateß tvillbeJ uraished on application to the publishers. Kemltlancesraust be made by Post Office Ofders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money Isseutatthe risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. St., Blaaksburg, .Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. 8. Henkel,D.D., New Market, V'a.,or Rev. L. A.Foi,D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., Ifocth Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorised to receive and forward s...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 April 1886

OONOMTDED FROM I'lllßT PAGE. fi uß begin to led the uet, uuil then they dart this way and that hoping to get out, hut flud themselves approaching the shore anil arc brought up to the very teet of the captors; so the memory of an early home sometimes seems to relax and lot men out further and further from God, and further and further from shore —live years, ten years, twenty years, thirty years; but some day they find an irresistible mesh drawing them hack, and they are compelled to retreat from their prodigality and wandering, and though they make desperate effort to escape the impression, and try to dive deeper down in sin, after awhile are brought clear back and held upon the Hock of Ages. If it be possible O, father and mother, let your sons and daughters go out into the world under the semi-omnipotent memory of a good, pure home. About your two or three rooms in a boarding-house or a family hotel, you can cabt no such glorious sanctity. They will think of these public caravansar...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 April 1886

SERVING A UFE SENTENCE. Gitnovs: oj' v < ' h t's otind. T!u> livoiit* of 261* !» World ire Frcsli 71 int.. The iron doors in the high stone wnll which t'iic-U>K. ;l :i prison yard shut with a resonant snap behind a small party of visitors. Kntering tlio premis"* one of tlic party fell back with the turnkey, and five minutes later stoo l in a narrow cell, locked in with a man who.-* 1 lxwly the law would release only when death shonld free his soul. "You want to know something of my life," began the convict, taking without comment the visitor's tobacco and repeating his question, "somcthinstif my 'mental life;' as you' put it, something of tho thoughts and feelings of a life convict, I suppose. You're a newspaper man, you say. Yon would put me on the rack like l'rometheus of old, and paint a pen picture of my agony that the public shall see and gloat over while it admires your skill," lie went on, with a curious expression that had in it no despair, b...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 April 1886

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENIIEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. For Our Church Paper. communicated. Me. Editor:—lt perhaps may be rather late in the day, so to speak, to give the readers of your excellent paper, a short sketch of my trip to the late Evangelical Lutheran Tenn. Synod, held in Lexington County, S. C. We bad intended before this time to give this sketch, but we had neglected it from time to time. So we thought we would avail ourselves of the present opportunity of doing so at this late hour. We left homo on Thursday morning, and went to Newton, the County seat of Catawba County, and there with some of the good brethreu, wa boarded the train and in a few minutes the whistle blew and off we were and soon we reached Maiden Station on the narrow gauge Railroad. This is a place of some business, surrounded by a fertile oountry. There is also an excellent Steam, Cotton factory located there, and is doing a great deal of work. We soon reached the old town of...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 April 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. RBV. \V. E. HUBBEUT, A.M.,) RBV. S. 11ENK.EL, D. t>., Ebiuiu.F RBV. L. A. f'UX, D.D., ) TE ItllS, <J A. a 11, 8 T KICTL V 1 JS ! A D VAN UE Que copy, perannum $1.05 To olubs of twelve, for each f1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students #1.50 H) cents aJJitiona' from each subscriber Will be required, to prepay tbe postage for the year. The jettcrup of aclub, isontitled lo 1 copy free. Advertising rates willbeuruislied on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by I'ost Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is seut at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blaiksburir, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Honkel,D. D., New Market, Vti.,oi Rev. L. A.FoxjD. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of tbe • dltors. Rev. 8. Rathrock, Gold Hill, Itowan Co., Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, autfco*ized to receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 April 1886

CONCLUDED FltOM FIRST I'AGK. HOME IS A REFUGE. Life is the United States army on the national road to Mexico, a long march with ever and anon a skirmish and a battle. At eventide wc pitch our tent and stack our arms, we hang up the war cap and lay our head on the O! make your home the brightest place on earth if you would charm your children to the high path of virtue and rectitude and religion. Do not always turn the blinds the wrong way. Let the light which puts gold on the gentian and spots the pansy pour into your dwellings. Do not expect the little feet to keep step to the dead march. Do not cover up your walls with such pictures as West's "Death on a Pale Horse," or Tintoretto's "Massacre of the Innocents." Rather cover them, if you have pictures, with "The Hawking Party," and "The Mill by the Mountain Stream," and "The Fox Hunt," and "The Children Amid Flowers," and "The Harvest Scene, and "The Saturday night Marketing." Get you no hint of cheerfulness from grasshopper's leap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 April 1886

FORGOT THE OLD LADY. The Fnriner's liopplne Tour Tliat Resulted tiiiplenmintly. The Lewiston Me. Journal tells the following : Uncle li., from one of .the towns just out of Lewiston, is 11 very prosperous farmer. He has a snug bank account, a pleasant home, and a nice wife. He is well along to the shady side of 00, but Ilia face is round and so kindly that it belies his years while his wife's cheeks are as rosy as Winter Baldwins. They are a linely preserved couple, and Lewiston traders like to meet them across the counter. Uucle B. usually drive - at this seasou of the year alone. Souieti.nes in Summer his amiable lady comes with him, but usually at this season she is putting down the pork and piling up t lie cheeses. Tuesday of this week, however, it was decided that she should make the trip. They arrived at 2 o'clock in the afternoon at one of the Lisbon-street dry goods stores, and, leaving her, he drove oft on a little business. He went to the bank and talked with the cashier. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 May 1886

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBISTKEL & CO., 3?u~blisliers. VOLUME XIV. Precious Stones I! Y M. M. P. The diamond is generally esteemed the most valuable of all preoious stones, although authorities disagree, some giving the ruby the highest place. Next to these rank the sapphire, opal, pearl, emerald, amber, beryl, garnet, amethyst, topaz, jacinth, and jasper. There are also many others somewhat similar to these, but having different names. The most of the celebrated diamonds have been obtained from the mines of Golconda, India. It is said that the Emperor of Brazil owns an uncut diamond weighing one pound Troy, but it is thought by some to be only a colorless topaz. The largest diamond really known is egg shaped, with an indentation in one end. Its weight U 367 carats. Its owner was offered 8500,000, two war vessels and a large amount of ammunition for it; but thinking that ill luck would come to his family if he let it go he refused to part with it. The Koh-i-noo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 May 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rav. W. K. HUBIiiSUT, A.M.,) Kav. S. HEN IvKL, I). I)., I Editoj.f Ray. L. A. FOX, D. P., ) TKUUS.U ISH, BTKICTLY INA DVANOE Oue ci)i>y, perannum . OT> To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts $1.50 10 emits additiona' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a c lub, lb entitled to 1 copy free. Advertlsingrateswlllbe ' uruished oil application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money is seut at tlie risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Bla;ksburg, Montgomery o'iuuty, Va., or, Rer. 8. Ilonkel,D. [)., New Market, V T a.,or Re?. L. A. Fox, D. 0., Salem, Va. Moneys cau be received by any of the • ditorß. ' Rev. 8. IVjthrook, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to re...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 May 1886

OONOUDKD FROM FIRST I'AGH. like Moses, be the deliverer of a nation, but he may, after your father and mother are gone, be the deliverer of a household. What thousands of homes to-day arc piloted by brothers. There are properties now well invested and yielding income for the support of sisters and younger brothers, because tho older brother rose to the leadership from the day tho father lay down to die. Whatever you do for your brother will come back to you again. If you set him an ill-natured, censorious, unaccommodating example, in will rccoil upon you from his own irritated and despoiled nature. If you, by patience with all his infirmities and by nobility of character, dwell with him in the few years of your companionship, you will have your counsels rellected back upon you some day by his splendor of behaviour in some crisis where he would have failed but for you. Don't snub him. Don't depreciate his ability. Don't talk discouragingly about his futureDon't let Miriam get down of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 May 1886

In heaven alone the thirst of an immortal soul after happiness can be satisfied. There the streams of Eden will flow again. They who drink of them will forget their earthly poverty, and remember the miseries of the world no more. Some drops l'roa the celestial cup are suilicient for a time to make us forget our sorrows, even while we ■re in the midst of them ; what, then, may we not expect from full draughts of those pleasures, which aro at thy right band, O Lord, for evermore.— Bishop Home. UAKKMiSS ANI> MO 111'. Oh! the deathly, dreary world— Summer's tied; Ohl the cruel heart-despair— Hopes are dead. AU the world is drowned In tears— Toars of rain; Night Is o'er me; when will dawn Come again? Dark without and dark within Is my life; When will death, the crown of all. End the strife? Flowers have sadly lied awayGentle friends. Piercing winds with baleful power Storms and rends. I.ittle warblers of the grove, .Silent all; Winter covers heart and homo I.lke a pall. Gloom ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 May 1886

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENIiBL & GO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. From tho Lutheran Visitor. Lessons of the Past- BY REV. EDWARD T. IIORN. If fault is to be found with the progress and work of our Oburch in America hitherto, it is not enough to ascribe its faults, or, if you will, its failure, to its attachment to the German language or to too great conservatism. Its failure hitherto is due before nil to tbe readiness with which it forgot its own faith, and accepted the methods of other Christian bodies. To this day we have not a literature which presents in tbe English language, the real spirit of tbe Lutheran Church. Our students of theology, if they cannot read German or Ecclesiastical Latin, are shut up to at most three or four books, not one of which is of a popular form. What wonder is there, then, that in an earlier times, wheu educated men preaching the Lutheran faith in the English tongue were few, aud these had perforce been educated in schools ignorant ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 May 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. RBV. W. K. lIUBUERT, A.M.,) Rbv. S. HENKEL, D. 0., - Emioiif Rbv. L. A. FOX, D.D., ) TEKIId,CASH,STRICTLY INAI)VANCE One copy, per annum To clubs of twelve, for each if 1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers, and Theological Studeuts ijl.GO K) cents additlona' from each subscriber will be ieijulred» to prepay the poltuge for the year. Thegettcrup of aclub.laontitled | to 1 copy free. Advertising rates willbec umlshed on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by l'ost Otllce Ofuerg, liank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money Issentatthe risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E> Hubbert, A. AI., Blacksburir, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. D., New Market, V T a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the •dltors. Rev. S. liothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., riarth Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscription...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 May 1886

CONCLUDED I'KOM FIHST PAOE. You did not get thill will proved at the Surrogate's oilicc; but I take it out to-day and I read it to you ; I take it out of the alcoves of your heart; 1 shake the dust off of it; I ask you 11' you will accept that inheritance .or will you break the will't O, ye of Christian ancestry, you have a responsibility vast beyond all measurement. God will not let you off with just being as good as ordinary people when you had such extraordinary advantage. Ought not a llower planted in a hot-house be more thrifty than a llower planted outside in a storm? Ought not a factory turned by the Housatouic do more work than a factory turned by a thin and shallow mountain stream ? Ought not you of great early opportunity bo better than those who had a cradle unblessed ? A lather sets his son up in business. Ho keeps an account of all the expenditures. So much for store fixtures, so much for rent, so much for this, so much for that, and all the items aggregated, and the fa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 13 May 1886

A Volcc From the South- LUTUKRANISM IN AT! OUST A. Rev. 0. H. Bernheim, *uow of States ville, N. C., first preached the Lutheran faith iu Augusta. I have not been able to find ont just when he began to gather the Lutherans of this place into a congregation, but it seems to have been about thirty years ago, viz., in 1856. The members of our church living here at that time were all European Germans, trained up In the church of the German Fatherland; and as Rev. Bernheim was not able to preach German as fluently as one "to the manor born," he did not succeed in satisfying the wants of the people; hence his stay was short. But be had sown good seed, and God gave the increase. He was soon followed by Rev. W. Meister, a native German, and a man of special talent for missionary work. During his ministry the congregation was organized, with the charter title, "The German Evangelical Church, of Augusta, Ga.," and the house of worship built. This was in J859. He labored here successfully up t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 May 1886

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. For Our Churcli Paper. Tbe Holy Bible- THE WORD OF GOD IN ENGLISH. Compiled by " Bibliopoli&t "The Bible has God for its Author, Truth for its contents, and SalvatioD for its end.'' "Heaven and earth shall pass away, but my words shall not pass faway.'' Matt. 24, 35. " Thy word is a lamp unto my feet, and a light unto my path." Ps. 119,105. The Bible carries with it to the ends of the globe all that is truly valuable in our civilization, and gives strength, beauty, and happiness to our domestic, social, and national life. The Holy Scriptures have been translated into more than 250 different languages and dialects. * Generally speaking, the Books of the Old Testament were written in the Hebrew language, and the New Testament in the Greek. Doubtless all the original manuscripts, written by the inspired writers, have all perished long ago ; because the substance npon which they were written wa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 May 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. RBV. \V. E. HUBUKKT, A.M.,> Uuv. S. HENK.EL, I). D., VEditojif Rbv. L. A. KOX, 1). IX, ) TISU.U.H, U AS II.STRICTLY I NADVANCE Ono copy, perannum $1.00 To clubs of twelve, for each #1.50 To Ministers, Willows of Ministers,and Theological Students $1.50 10 coats additlona' from each subscriber will be required, to prepay t lie postage for the year. Thegetterup of aclub,lsoutitled to 1 copy freeAdvertlsingrates willbecurnlshed ou application to tlie publishers. Remittances must be made by l'ost Ofilce Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters When this Is not done, money lsseutatthe risk of the person who forwarded It. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Heukel,D. D., New Market, V r a.,or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. liothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forwardsubscripti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 May 1886

CONCLUDED KROM FIBBT TAGB. 1 bless God that there arc not many prayerless mothers on earth—not many of them. Tho weight of responsibility Is so great that they feel the neeil of a divine hand to help and a divine yoico to comfort and a divine heart to sympathize. Thousands of mothers have been led into the kingdom of God by the hands of their little children. There were hundreds of mothers who would not have been Christians had it not been for the prattle of their little ones. Standing some day in the nursery, they bethought themselves: "This child God has given me to raise for eternity. What is my inllucnce upon it? Not being a Christian myself, how can I ever expect him to become a Christian? Lord help me !" Are there auxious mothers, who know nothing of the infinite help of religion ? Then I commend to them Ilaunah, the pious mother of Samuel. Do not think it is absolutely impossible that your children come up iniquitous. Out of just such fair brows, and bright eyes, and soft han...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 20 May 1886

From the Lutheran Observer. Saylnga About Luther—No- '2 John Wesley was converted to Cod on the evening of May 21th, 1738, at at a meeting in Aldergate street, where one was reading Luther's Preface to the Epistle to the Bomaus; and, therefore, there is a sense in which .Methodism is one of Luther's children, for his Preface helped Wesley into a new phase of religious life.—Dr. Bayliss. No man since the days of the apos ties, probably, has exerted an influence which is at once so wide nnd so pro found. There are 400,000,000 of people now under Protestant rule, the result some way of this man's work. But for Luther, ISorth America would have been as South America and Mexico today.— Dr. Fullerlon. Less shiewd than Erasmus, less gentle than Melanchthon, perhaps less logical than Calvin, he towers above them all as George Washington towers over the heroes of the revolution.— Lord Bi»liop of Rochester. O Luther, you are indeed, according to your name, pure and clean A Jiomish Cardinal. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 27 May 1886

church" paper. ESTABLISHED 1873. HEKKEL & CO., Publisher's. VOLUME XIV. DIVINELY KEPT. 1 Peter 1, 5. HY RKV. MATTHIAS WIIEIiI.EIGII, D. D. "Kept by the pow'r of God!"—what joy To know, in every ill bewcpt, In every trouble that may here annoy, Or sorrow that may threaten to destroy, I shall by grace divine be kept 1 Kept, spito my human impotence, 'Mid frailty of my heart and hand; Upborne above the sphere of sense, In faith, to worlds of endless recompense, Where bows the sinless angel-band;— Kept through this earthly toil and strife, These fightings that without are met, These fears that are within me rife, These trials all that make the Christian life A scene with dangers dread beset; — Yes, kept when my slow steps would faint And falter in the upward way, When duty seems, at times, constraint, And the poor heart yields almost to complaint 'Neath heat and burden of the day;— To be thus kept, what comfort this! What inspiration to the soul, To know that though poor sel...

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