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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 July 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rgv. W. K. HUBBERT, A. M.,) I<BV. S. 11ENKEL, I). !>., Editors. Rev. L. A. FOX, I). I)., > TERMS, CA.SII STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum fl"? I '. To clubs of twelve, for each. syl.oO To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students v " * 10 ceuts additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitledjto 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to tbe publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, 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. Hnbbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. lleukel, D. P., New Market, Va., or Rav. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Oold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, autho...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 July 1886

For Our Church Paper. South Carolina Conference Proceedings. The following is an cxtract of the proceedings of the South Carolina Conference of the E. L. Tennessee Synod, which met in St. Andrew's Church, in Richland County, S. C., on Friday before the 4th Sunday in March, 1880. Conference was called to order by Rev. J. K. Eflrd, Vice-president, and opened with singing and prayer. The roll was called, and the following members of Conference answered to their names: Rev. E. L. Lybrand, J. K. Efird, and J. A. Cromer. Lay-Delegates: L. C. Rolen, D. C. Rolen, Capt. R. W. Frick, C- Rookman, George llallman, A. L. Eargle, H. 8. Sease, J. 8. Bhealy, J. 8. Lindler, C. M. Eflrd, H. U. Rickley, A. L. Sox, P. I. Sox, G. W. Eargle, and A. 8. Fulmer. Minutes of last Conference were read and approved. The report of committees was called for. C. M. Efird, a special committee of one to collect tho subscriptions made to pay the bulance due the delegates to the Synod of 1881, at New Market, Va., repo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 July 1886

NOT AS I WILL. Blindfolded ami alone I stand With unknown thresholds on ench linnd The darkness deepens as I grope, Afraid to fear, afraid to hope : Vet this one thing I learn to know Each day more surely as I go, That doors are opened, ways ate made, Burdens are lifted or are laid By some great law unseen and still, Unfathomed purpose to fulfill, "Not as 1 will." Blindfolded nnd alone I wait, Loss seems too hitter, gain too late ; Too heavy burdens in the load, And too few helpers on the road ; And joy is weak and grief is strong, And years and days so long, so long ; Vet this one thing 1 learn to know Each day more surely ns I go, That I ant glad the good nnd ill By ehangsless law are ordered still " Not ns I will." " Not as I will!"—the sound grows sweet Eaeh time tny lips the words repeat. "Not as I willl"—the darkness feels More safe than light when His thought steals Like whispered voice to calm and bless All unrest and all loneliness. " Not as I will," because the One Who lov...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 July 1886

CHURCH" PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. "A TRUE OLI) STORY." Laugh, and 1 the world laughs with you, Weep, aud you weep alone; This grand old earth must borrow ita mirth, It baa troublo enough of Its own, Hing, aud tbc hills will answer; Sigh, it is lost on the air, Tho cchoes bound to a joyful sound, But shrink from painful care. Be glad, mid your friends are many; Be sad, aud you lose them all; Tlioro are none to deeliuc your nurtured wine, But alone you must drink life's gall, Thore is room in the bulla of pleasure For a long aud lordly train, But one by one we must all file on Through the narrow aisles of paiu. Feast, and your halls are crowded; Fast, and tho world goes by; Succeed and give, 'twill help you live; llut, no one can help you die, Rejoice, and men will seek you ! Griave, and they turn and go; They want full measure of all your pleasure, But they do not want your iroe. Baptism. THE FIEST TAUT. 1 do not yet speak concerning t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 July 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kkv. W. K. 11UBBERT, A. II.,) Rkv. S. lIKNKKL. 1). I)., Enrroiis. Kkv. L. A. FOX, D. I)., > TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. Oue copy, per annum $il.6f> j To clubs of twelve, tor eacli if 1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $l.G r 10 cents additional from eacti subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is cutitledito 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must lie made by Post Oiliee Orders, 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. Ilubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. I)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. L)., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold llill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 July 1886

'For Our Church Paper. Sunday school Work for Conference. Glen Alpine, July 8-11. 1. What is the right relation of the Sunday-school to the Church ? The Chnrch, as a living body, fulfills its mission in the world by doing good to Individuals, families, society and the State. All that is moral and religious belongs to her sphere. All the life of all her members belongs to her in her sphere. She may employ the Sunday- \ school as a means of oarrying on her .work. But as the objeot of the Sun-day-school is a moral and religious one, Its only right place is in tbe Cburch. A. The true Sunday-school is therefore,—(a) Not a stranger to the Church, (b) Not its teacher or master, (o) Not a rival or supplanter, (d) Not a sect from it, or an ulcer on its body. Bnt, B. The Sunday-school is a daughter of the Church. The Church is the mother of whom every Christian is born, (Gal. 4, 2G ; Large Catechism, Creed, Art. Ill,) and by whom every Christian Institution is adopted, (Mark 9, 40; Matt. 15,1...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 July 1886

CHOICE PARAGRAPHS. I wish for you the gladness That conquers paiu and sadness, The rest and peace of feeling That Christ is always near; That the promise lasting ever, To you is broken never, And wishing this 1 wish for you The gladdest, happiest year. — Ma rrin n nr Fa r ningltam. Donald's Luck-A Scotch Siorj. The heather was purpling the braes in the sunshine, and blue forget nie nots were in bloom iu spots glisteuiug with tho wash of the swift little stream below. Above was a clear blue summer sky with little Hosts of white clouds, "like ships,' Donald said But Jessie thought they wero more like soft white cushions, and she longed to lie on one and be floated far over that clear blue sea. For these children, who lived iu the humblest sort of a cot, had fancies of their own which they had learned from sky and heather, and mountain loch. Donald,especially had his own dreams. "One of these days I shall be a dominie,"'he said. "I like to tell people their duty. Bat I shall not pound ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 July 1886

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. SHOW US THE FATHER. Show ! Can lie show To mortal cyo What mortal eye was never made to sec ? Can man the Father of eternity 13y vision know ? Crimson and gold Of early dawn, Topaz and emerald anil amethyst, In radiant flashes through sunset mist, lie can unfold; The stars of snow, The pearls of dew, Chalice of flower, cedar of Lebanon, Mountain of lightning-river rock, whereon • The sun-rays glow ; Iu time of spring, A dainty shred Of sky, wrought deftly for the bluebird's vest, A gleam of light where orioles maketheirnest, , And sit and sing; Love's angel face, The tender-eyed And delicate, lit with the sweet soft rays Of mother fondness, all life's weary days, God's gilt of grace; There patiently He showeth us, What more? For that wild prayer, "Show me," he chid The daring seer in the rock-cleft hid. "Thou canst not see." Yet mystery— Listen O heart !— "Not know me, and so long hast with me been ? H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 July 1886

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rsv. W. E. UUIUJKRT. A. 51.,) KKV. S. HENKEL. I). I>., - Editor*. Rkv. L. A. FOX, D. I)., > TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs ot twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.5 r 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to tho publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sunt at the rißk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. K. llubbert, A. M., lilacksburg, Montgomery County, Va., or, — Rev. S. llenkel, D. 1)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, 1). D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to rec...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 July 1886

For Our Church Paper. Tbe College ((uesllou. No, 12. A Plan Suggested—Conclusion. It seems to be generally agreed tbat we have too many colleges In oar cbnroh in tbe Soutb. It is not generally agreed what plan, if any, should be adopted as a remedy for the present unsatisfactory state of things. We may adopt the evolution theory of the "survival of the fittest," and then let our five colleges struggle along as best they may, live as long as they can, or die as soon as they will. Or we may take a broad and business like view of the situation—of the demands of tbe times for a higher standard of college eduoation, of onr partial failure to attain that standard, of the expensiveness of our present unsystematic method, and the meager advantages offered to some of our young men—and we may, in t'&e light of these facts, discuss and adopt a plan likely to produce far better results than have yet been reached. 1 have no better plan to propose than that suggested by tho editor of ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 July 1886

The Sentinel's Pouch. It is not a very plensant thiDg to be it sentinel, at the best of times; for there is nothing very amusing iu stand ing for several hours together with a heavy gun on your shoulder, knowing that you must not budge from the spot, and that if you make any mis tike in obeying a string of orders almost too long for you to remembe:, jou ara sure to be put under arrest forthwith. But when it comes to standing sen try on a bitter January uight, with a shower of cold sleet beating in your fnce and wotting yon to the skiu, no food since breakfast and no chance for •upper, but a very good chance indeed of being shot by the skirmishers of an enemy encamped within a half mile, it really does begin to seem "rather too much ota good thing." So thought private Wilhelm Baum, of the Prussian army, as he stood peering watchfully into the darkness liom the heights of Bunzelwitz, and almost wishing that the Austrians and liussians, whose ciynp-lires he could see along the other si...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 July 1886

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. TIIE ANVIL OF GOD'S WORD. Last eve I paused beside a blacksmith's door And heard the anvil ring tho vesper cliimo; Then looking in I saw upon the floor Old hammers worn with beating years of time. "llow many anvils have you had," said I, "To wear and batter all these hammers so "Just one," he answered ; then with twinkling eye, " The anvil wears the hammers out, you know." And so, I thought, the anvil of God's Word For ages sceptic blows have beat upon ; Yet, though the noise of falling blows was heard, The anvil is unworn—the hammers gone. — The Current. For Our Church Paper. Important Themes. Discussed In a Popular Manner. IIV .T. 1\ SMELTZEIt, I). V. No. 4. The Sin against the Holy Ghost. Careless and Bered, the dreary wilds wo tread; Hehold the gaping gulph of sin with scorn, And plunging deep, to endless death are borne. —Scott. Beyond is all abyss, Eternity, whose end no eye can reach. All have s...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER Rgv. W. K. IU'ISMKKT. A. M.,> Hbv. S. HENKEL. I), i)., Editors. HKV. L. A. FOX, 1). 1)., I TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per aumini $l.ffi To clubs of twelve, for each. , $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students . fl.Ef 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for tho year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Oflicc Orders, Bank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at tho risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Ilubbert, A.M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Kev. 8. Henkcl, D. I)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Ilill, Rowau Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and for...

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

For Our Church Paper. Lutheran Mission News. (GATHERED BY A. E. L. L. M. S.) Another Lutheran college. Mr. J. G, Wagner, of Roohester, N. Y., has given 812,000 to pay for the entire cost of the capaoious buildings on Oregon street in that city, which were recently purohased for the Lutheran Pro. Seminary, whioh is now known as " Wagner Memorial College.'' We hope some one will in like manner think of our far West. A beautiful new brick cruciform Gothic church, 48x80 feet cost $9,750, English, was dedicated June C, 1886, at Loyal Oak, Summit Go , 0., General Gonncil. The corner stone of tho new General Gonncil English church in Decatur, 111., was laid May 30. It promises to be a handsome structure. Rev. J. D. Roth is the worthy pastor. The annual report of tho German Theological Seminary of bhe General Seminary, Chicago, Ills., containing an aocount of Its work and finances has been published. A cut of the Seminary Building we understand is soon to appear in our church literature. Ou...

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

Dimple's Dinner Companj. The class in Familiar Soienje wna on the recitation bench at JMiss Pur viance'a school, and it was Dimple Duer's question : "Explain the formation of dew on the outside of a pitcher of ice water.' Where had Dimple's thoughts been while she read over those four pages of Familiar Science last night f Not much on her book, I am afraid, or else she had slept away the memory of her lesson ; for, to save her life, she didn't know what made the pretty frost-work on her glass of ice-water at dinner. Fortunately for her, there was a sudden knock at the school-room door, a loud rat-tat, as of some one in a hurry. "Come in," said Miss Purviance ; and the door was thrown open with a bang that jarred a whole benchfulof little girls. It was Dave Finley, a great, strong, rough-voioed, kindlytempered fellow, who hauled wood to the little town for sale. "See here, Miss 'Viance," bo said, drawing forward a little girl in a red ealico dress and suubonnet, " I've brung yon Moll...

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

CHURCH '* PAPER M 1 m w -JL ■ JL Jk JL w • ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. SELF AND CHRIST. Ob I tbe bitter shame and sorrow, That a timo could ever be When I let the Savior's pity Plead in vain, and proudly answered, "All of self, und none of Thee.". Yet lie found me. 1 beheld Him Bleeding on the accursed tree; Heard Him pray, "Forgivo them, Father I" And my wistful heart said, faintly, "Some of self, and some of Thee!" Hay by day, Hia tender mercy, Healing, helping, full and free, Sweet and strong, and all, so patient ! Brought nio lower, while I whispered, "Less of self, and more of Thee." Higher than the highest heavens, Deeper tlmn the deepest sea, Lord, Thy love at last hath conquered ; Grant me now my soul's desire : " None of self, and all of Thee! From the Lutheran Standard. Profane Swenrlnp;. " And ye shall not swear by my name falsely, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God : I am the Lord."' Lev. 19,12. Swearing is using the na...

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

OURCHURCH PAPER Riv. W. H. HUBBERT, A. >1. > REV. S. HKNKKL. D. 1)., - Ejmtoim. Übv. L. A. fox, D. j)., i TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum #1.05 To clubs of twelve, lor cach $1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, atul Theological Students ifl.6 f 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay the postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished 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 sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Illaeksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, I). D., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, I). I)., Salem, Va. Moneys can bereceivodbyany of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold llill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive au...

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

Marlon Female College- This is an Institution of the Lutheran Ohnrch. Brought into existcuco by the Synod of S. W. Va., it is controlled by the same in nominating the Trustees, a majority of whom must bo members of the Lutheran church. During the thirteen years of its existence, about 1,100 different girls have been in attendance, of whom sixty- Cannot Understand It! The Lutheran Synods in the South, having met and done just what they intended to do, when they closed their first Diet at Salisbury, N. C., their course is now a subject of mystery to some who did their utmost to bring about a different result. Leading members of the General Council, who were fraternally invited, remained away from principle. They were unwilling to do anything to influence ac tion. They knew that faith is the gift of God, and that all true union must come from unity In tho faith and the knowledge of the Son of God. They therefore commended their Southern brethren at the late Diet in lioanoke to the word...

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

The Deal's Fonr Servants The devil has a great many servants, and they are all busy and aative ones. They ride in the railway trains, they sail on tho steam boats, they swarm along the highways of tho coun. try and the thoroughfares of tho city, they do business in the busy marts ; they aro everywhere and in all places. Some are so vile looking >that one instinctively turns frdm them in disgust; but some are so sociable, insinuating and plausible, that they almost deceive at times the very elcot. Among the latter class are to be found the devil's four chief eervauts. Hero are their names:— "There's no danger." That is one. "Only this once.'' That is another. "Everybody does so.'' This is the third. "By-and-by.'' That is the fourth. When tempted from the path of strict rectitude, and "There Is no danger,'' urges you on, say, "Get thee behind me, Satan I" When tempted to give the Sabbath up to pleasnre, or to do a little labor in tbe work shop or counting room, and "Only th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 5 August 1886

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HE3STKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XIV. "TELL JESUS." When thou wakest in the morning, Ere thou trend the untried way Of the lot that lies before thee, Through the coming busy day; Whether sunbeams promise brightness, Whether dim forebodings fall, Ha thy dawning glad or gloomy, Go to Jesus— tell Ilim all! Iu the calm of sweet communion Let thy daily work bo done; In the peace of soul-outpouring Care be banished, patience won; And if earth with its enchantments Seek thy spirit to enthrall, Ere thou listen—ere thou answer, Turn to Jesus—tell Ilim all ! Then, us hour by hour glides by thee, Thou wilt blessed guidance know: Tliiuo own burdens being lightened, Thou canst bear another's woe; Thou caust help the weak ones onward, Thou canst raise up those that fall; 15ut remember, while thou servest, Still tell Jesus—tell him all! And if weariness oreep o'er thee As the day wears to its close, Or if sudden, fierce temptation liring thee face to...

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