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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 June 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Hsv. W. K. lIIT.HEKT, A. M.,) Ruv. S. HKNKKL, D. l}., • Editors. Kbv. L. A. FOX, U. D., \ TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $I.of> To clubs of 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 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. Ilubliert, A. At., Blacksburg, Montgomery County I Va., or, Rev. S. Heukel, 1). I)., New Market, Va., or Uev. 1,. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors, ltev. S. liotbrock, Oold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as bo was heretofore, authorized to receive and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 June 1887

For Our Church Paper. Communion Service at Milnes in Page county- On Tuesday, May 24th, the writer accompanied Bev.l.Conder to Milnes, to assist him in his communion service. There was preaohingon Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday nights. On Saturday morning preparatory serviocs were held, at which time 4 ladies were confirmed. At half past two o'clock each day tbe pastor gave catechetioal lectures to his class. On Sunday morning, immediately after the sermon, the sacrament of tbe Lord's Supper was administered to a large number of communicants. The services were well attended, notwithstanding the busy season; especially on Sunday, when tbe church was full. It was encouraging to see so many farmers and their families attending night after night, although working bard all day and compelled to ride a long distance to attond church. They possess the true Christian spirit whioh values the tbtnga of tbe soul above those of tbe body. A handsome collection was taken on Sunday and devoted to ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 23 June 1887

THE SORGHUM CROP. Home Fopnl»r Directions for Sorghum Culture In the Western States. Sorghum requires reasonably good soil, rather light than heavy, and if manured, only well rotted stable manure should bo used. I always prefer to take time to thoroughly clean up and prepare the land before planting. It makes at best only a slim growth at first and it requires good treatment iu order to secure a good start. It is a small plant at lirst and weeds, stalks or other trash will interfere considerably with the work of planting and cultivating. The land can bo cleaned up and plowed ahead whenever the work can be done to the best advantage; care should be taken to plow thoroughly and harrow until in as good a condition as possible. There is nothing gained in planting the seed too early, a better plant and a better growth will be sccured if the seed is not planted until the soil is thoroughly warmed up; I find this generally to be from the first to the tenth of May, sometimes you can plant e...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 June 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. IN THE SECRET OF HIS PRESENCE. nv HKV. lIBNUY HUBTON, B. A. In the secret of His presence I am kept from strife of tongues; His pavilion is around me, And within are ceaseless sougs! Stormy winds, His work fulfilling, Beat without, but can not harm, For the Master's voice is stilling Storm and tempest to a calm. In the secret of His presence Jesus keeps, I know not how; In the shadow of the highest I am resting, hiding now I la the secret of His presence All the darkness disappears; For a sun that knows no setting Throws a rainbow on my tears. So the days grow ever lighter, Broad'ning to the perfect noon ; So the way grows ever brighter, Heaven is coming, near and soon. Ia the sccret of His presents Nevermore cau foes alarm : In the shadow of the Highest, I can meet them with a psalm ; For the strong pavilion hides me— Turns their fiery darts aside, And I know, what'er betide me, I shall live, because H...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 June 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. lUv. w. K. HUBBERT, A. M.,) Hav. 8. HKNKEL, D. D., S Editors. Hav. L. A. FOX, D. D.. k TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.0 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 on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Hank 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. Hubbart, A. St., Ulacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Kev. 8. Henkel, D. 11., New Market, Va., or liov. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to rcceive and forward subscriptions f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 June 1887

For Oar Church Paper. Tbe Sunday-school. Much of the future progress of our church depends upon the Sundayschool. This fact is being realized throughout our land. Greater effort is now being made to organize Sun-day-schools in all our congregations, than ever before. Comparatively few of our churches are without the Sun-day-school. All soem to recognize the importance of gathering the little lambs of their flock into their fold, to instruct them in the principles of the Christian religion. The Literature to be nscd in the Sunday-school, is an important item to be considered. Oar land is becoming filled with cheap, trashy, sensational literature; such as should be condemned by a Christian people. Our churches should use none other In their Sunday-Bchools than sound Lutheran Literature. Congregations that will nse such literature, oan truly say that their Sunday-schools are in a prosperons condition; that their literature is each as will be servicea- ble in training np their children ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 30 June 1887

HOW FOGS ARE CAUSED. The Interesting Connection Between Fogv nmt Oust. air. John Aitkcn, a fellow of the Royal Society, has concluded from his experiments that without dust there would be no fog, no mist, 110 cloud, no rain, lie says: "If two large glass receivers, the one tilled with common air and the other with filtered air, bo connected to a boiler by means of pipes, and steam be allowed to pass into them, a strange phenomenon will be observed. In the former the steam will be seen as soon as it begins to enter rising ill a dense cloud; then a beautiful white foggy cloud will be formed, so dense that it can not be seen through. In the latter there is nothing to be seen; the eyes may be strained but no appearance of steam is to be detected; there is not the slightest appearance of cloudiness in the receiver, yet it is ns full of water-vapor as the other, which continues to be densely packed with fog. In the one case, where there was the ordinary dust in the air, fog appeared; in t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 July 1887

ESTABLISHED 1873. HEISTKEL, & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. Kkally. ami In a thousand things God entirely eludes our researoh. In every thing he surpasses our comprehension. But we know that he is merciful; we are sure that he is rich in meroy. And we cannot be too thankful, that the eminence of an attribute, so essential to our happiness and hope, is not obscurely revealed, but so plainly and fully made known, In the works of his hands; the dispensations of his providence ; the promises of his word; the provisions of his house ; and the Son of his love. For who does not need this assurance! The self-righteous Pharisee, who thanks God that he is not as other men are—he does not require it. And the proud pretender, who is free from ail sin—he does not require it—he formerly required it; but he has now attained, be is now already perfect. But there are four classes of characters to whom it most be like life from the dead. First. The viotims of affliction. These are not rarel...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 July 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rnv. \V. E. HUMBERT, A. M.,) Rsv. S. HENKEL, 1). !>., - Eihtobs Rbv. L. A. FOX, D. I)., > TERMS, CA.SH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.00 To clubs of twelve, for each #1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students f l.C f 10 ceuts additional from each subscriber w ill be required, to prepay tbe postage for the 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 Omce Orders, IJank 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. llenkel, I). D., New Market, Va., or Kev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Kotkrock, Gold Ilill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, Is as he wus heretofore, authorized to receive...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 July 1887

Dr. 0. W. F. WaHher. Tbe death of tbis distinguished Lutheran theologian has been reported in tbis paper, with appreciative re cognition of his ability and genuine worth. We cannot omit to add the following extraots from a similar notice by Prof. Voigt: "With his death tbe mightiest man in tbe Lutheran Church in America has departed. He was tbe most unflinching defender of Lutheran orthodoxy on either side of the Atlantio. From bis early years he was characterized by uncompromising assertion of what he concoived to be tbe pure doctrine. Carl Ferdinand Wilhelm Walther was descended from an old family of preaohers. His father was looated at Lang-Chursdorf, in Saxony, at the time the great Missourian was born, October 25th, 1811. Passing regularly through the various grades of schools he was going to attend the university as a student of tnedioine. The reading of some tracts and particularly of the life of Oberlin indnoed him to change his purpose. With tbe energy that characterized al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 7 July 1887

THE SOLPIEB'S pom*. Comrades known 111 marches many, Comrades trlo-1 In dangers many, Comrades bound by memories many, llrotheiu let us aver be I Wounds and sickness may divide us, Marching orders may divide us, Hut whatever fate betide us, Brothers of the heart are wcl By communion of the banner, Battle scarred but victory bannen, Bv the bapilstu of the banner, BrotUerd of oue faith are wel Creed nor faction can divide us, Race nor natlou can divide us, But whatever fate betide us. Brothers of the Hag are wel Comrades known by faith the dearest, Tried when death was near and nearest, Bound we are by ties the dealest. Brothers evermore to be. And If spared and growing older, Shoulder still In line with shoulder, And with hearts no throb the colder, Brothers ever we will be. -fMUes O'Reilly. DOROTHY'S TOBACCO. "No." said Dorothy Mallard, " I won't run the farm with anjr man on shares! I've seen enough of that In father's time. It was always the man that got rich, and father that lost...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 July 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. "IT IS WRITTEN." Dost thou falter, Christian soldier, In the contest fierce and strong? Do thy hopes begin to wither That the victory waits so long ? Then arouse! nor sleep, nor slumber, ■Gird thy "heavenly armor on ; !Look thee to itti.-y Captain's orders, iFor 'tis written, "Be thou strong." Dost thou tremble, Christian sailor, While the billows round thee roll ? Does tby faith begin to falter, Dark forebodings fill thy soul t Surely thou hast not forgotten That the waves obey His will; And though wild be the commotion, It is written, "Peace, be still!" Art thou iainting, Christian worker, 'Neath the burden of the day ? 'Mid the strife, the heat, the labor. Do thy zeal and strength give way ? Oh, take courage, never faltering, Never let it be forgot, •In the Word of God 'tis written, "We shall reap if we faint not." •Christ has "trod tbe way before thee," All the weary journey through; His dear feet, ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 July 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. lUv. \V. E. HUBBERT, A. M.,) RHV. S. HENKKLI. I). 1)., Editors. RKV. L. A. EOX, D. I)., | TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.65 To clubs of twelve, for eacli $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students $1.5 r 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay tbc postage for the 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 Office Orders, Hank Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, mouey is sent at the risk iif the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Ilubbert, A. 31., Rlacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. Honkcl, D. 1)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, 1). D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. ltothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as lie was heretofore, authorized to recelvo and forward subscri...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 July 1887

Items. We make up the following from the Roanoke, Salem, Virginia, Collegian: Resignation—Election.—Mr. W. A. Smith, of Oonover, N. 0., who has filled the position of Instructor in Mathematics and Natural Sciences in the College with marked sucoess for the past two years, has resigned for the purpose of pursuing advanced scientific stndies at the Johns Hopkins University or in Germany. We give voice to the general sentiment in expressing regret at Instructor Smith s departure from the College and best wishes for highest success In the prosecution of his university stndies. The Collegian hopes to hear from him frequently. Mr. Paul Sieg, of Augusta county, Virginia, who won the second honor of the reoent graduating class, has been elected Instrnotor in Msthematios and Natural Sciences. It is expeoted that he willacoept and be ready for service at the opening of the session September 14th. All who know Mr. Sieg expect that bis scholarship, industry, and conscientious devotion to duty w...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 14 July 1887

GOD'S POOR. [Mr*. M. T- Rayne, la Detroit Free Press.] Oaly a beggar's roof! But the stars shine through and the moonlight fair To rest on a head, wMose tangled hair Lies In a golden Woof; And never the roof-tree of a King Covered a fairer, sweetet thing. Only a beggar's child! Hut undor the blue-veined eyelids creep The tender shadows, and memories deep, Of a dreamer, Heaven While through the parted lips a sigh Is heard by God's angels waiting nigh. Only a beggar's grave! Hut He had not where to lay His head, Who oft on His weary journey said: "The poor ye always have." And the dome ot Heaven's star-gemmed floor Covers alike the rich and the poor. \ iolatioiiK <n nnsiiK'HH Honor. (Dry (.Joods Chronicle.] An old mercantile Authority says that honor is violated when a man uses information conlidentially intrusted to him to anticipate the informer. A man violates the laws of honor when he takes advantage of another's unskillfulness or inexperience, or tlio technicalities of...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 July 1887

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENICEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. ABIDING IN CHRIST. .ions 14. 27; 15. 10, 11 ; 17. 22. DY M. 8. THOMAS. A wondrous river flowetli iu my breast, Down from God's throne of everlasting rest. A sunlit river, peaceful in its flow, [blow. Though round me earthly winds and tempests Within my soul a fountain ever springs; Sparkling and fresh, its tinkling musio brings Tho'ts of the upper world. While in its spray A rainbow hangs through all the gladsome day. Upon His throne in my surrendered soul, My Savior reigns, whose will is my control; His love, the sunshine of this happy life, Makes all things sweet, and banishes all strife. The glory of the Lord from day to day Crowneth with light the footsteps of my way. Thus peace aud joy and love and glory shine, In blessed fullness in this heart of mine. —Independent. Tbe Goodness of God- "O taste and see that the Lord is good." Psalm xxxiv. 8. That God is good is too obvious to be denied : thoug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 July 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rgv. W. K. HUBHERT, A. M.,) RHY. S. HENKEL, I). I)., Editors khv. L. A. FOX, n. n„ \ TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.60 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students tfl.G'' 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 froe. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. lieitiittauces must be made by Post Office Orders, liank 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. llubbert, A. M., Hlacksburg, Montgomery County Ya., or, Rev. S. lleukcl, D. D., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. 1)., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscription...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 July 1887

For Our Church Paper. (Jommeiicemeni at Staunton Female Seminary. The Commencement exorcises of Staunton Female Seminary were held, as usual, in the Seminary chapel, and began with the Art Exhibition on Saturday, May 28th, which was continued from 0 A. M. till 5 P. M. The chapel was tastefully decorated. Crimson hangings here and there tempered the light. Every window recess and corner was filled with potted plants and the walls were entirely covered from ceiling almost to floor with the results of the labors of the Art Class. Throughout the year the Art Department has been in charge of Miss Nettle L.-Wheeler, an artist of exceptional ability and talent. Miss Wheeler's advantages have been of the best. After a very thorough course of study, embracing five years at Cooper Art Institute, Miss Wheeler continued in the studies of the leading artists of America—studying tho specialty of each. One of them writing to her says, "I look soon to see you in the front rank of the lady artists o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 21 July 1887

•J DRUMISfS MIS'IMKL * Sick Man's Wile Disregards the Druggist's Advice and So Saves (he Life ol Her Husband. I am a wood carver by trade and it is out of my line to write letters; but my wife thought it was no more than right that I should let you know what your remedy has done for me, and [ think so too. I live in East 157 th street, west of Third avenue, and have lived there for about twenty-three years, where I own real estate. Up to the time lam about to mention 1 had been a strong, well man. There was always more or less malaria in the neighborhood, but I had not personally suffered from it. It was in IXBO I had my first attack. It came as such attacks commonly do, with headaches, loss of appetite and anibiion, chilly sensations with slight fever afterwards, a disposition to yawn and stretch, and so forth. I was employed at that time at Killians & Brothers, furniture manufacturers, in West 32il -treet. I hoped the attack would wear off, but as it didn't I consulted...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 28 July 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. Published by request. MY MOTHER'S HANDS. Such beautiful, beautiful hands! They are neither white nor small, And you, I know, would scarcely think, That they were fair at all. I've gazed on hands whoso form and hue, A sculptor's dream might be, Yet are these aged, wrinkled hands, More beautiful to me. Such beautiful, beautiful hands! Though heart were weary and sad, These patient hands kept tailing on. That children might be glad. I almost weep ns looking back, To childhood's distant day, I think how these hands rested not, When mine were at their play. Such beautiful, beautiful hands, They are growing feeble now, For time and pain have left their mark, On hands and heart and brow ! Alas! alas! the nearing time, And the sad, sad day to me, When 'neath the daisies out of sight These hands shall folded be! - But oh! beyond this shadowy damp, Where all is bright and fair I know full well these dear old hand...

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