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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 September 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kav. W. E. HUBBERT, A. 51.,) KKV. S. HENKEL. 1). I)., - Editors, Kiev. L. A. FOX, D. IX. \ TERMS, CA.SII STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To elul>B 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. Addi ecs Communications to Rev. W. E. llubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. llcnkel, I). I)., New Market, Va., or ltuv. L. A. Fox, P. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Kev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as lie was heretofore, authorized to receive and f...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 September 1887

Luther and Church Music. or Lather we might say that he laid the foundation of the Evangelical Church music. We have every reason to believe that Luther, beside paraphrasing certain Psalms and introducing them to bis countrymen in the form of congregational hymns, also made the Psalm itself in the words of David, an integral part of the chnrcb service. Such a proceeding would coinolde with his expressed wish that the people might be brought into closer communion with the Word of God, making them actual participators in the religions ceremonies. His paraphrasing the principle psalms, would be but the preliminary to the introduction of the whole. With reference to his anxiety to make the people ac quainted with the actual text of David's verses, be says: "To praise God in psalms has been the practioe since the earliest days of Christianity. St. Paul in his Epistles to the Gorinthtans and Colossians, recommends the praising of God in saored songs and psalms.'' And when writing to his f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 1 September 1887

HE WAS GREATLY MISTAKEN. Maryland CtieiuiNt lleckoMd Without IIIn Host* I live in the midst of the malarial districts of Maryland, near the city of Washington, and am exposed to all the dangerous influences of the impure air and water of that region. Being naturally of a strong constitution, I had frequently boasted that no chills and fever or other malarious complaint would ever trouble me. This was my experience and the condition in which I found myself six months ago. I first noticed that I did not feel so sprightly and vigorous as was my wont to do. I felt tired and enervated. Soon I noticed a distinct and distressing back ache would make its appearance in the afternoon, increasing in severity if the exercise was more than usually violent. Then a stretchy feeling with profuse gaping made its appearance. Then my head, always clear us a bell, would feel heavy and I began to have headaches. The cold stage was marked with chattering of the teeth, severe rigors passed over me, and no...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 September 1887

CHURCH" PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. TAPS. The sentry challenged him at the open gate, Who pawed him by because the hour was late: "Halt! Who goes there?" "A friend!" "All's well." "A friend, old chap!"—a friend's farewell. And I had passed the irate: And then the long, last notes were shed, The echoing call's last notes were dead; And sounded sadly, as 1 stood without, Those last sad notes of all; Lights Out! Lights Out ! Farewell, companions! We have Bide by side Watched history's lengthened shadows past us K"de, And worn the scarlet, laughed at, paid, And buried comrades lowly laid, And let the long years glide; And toil and hardship have we knowD, And followed where the flag had gone. But all the echoes answering round about Bare bidden you to sleep : Lights Out I Lights Out! And never more for me shall red lire flash From bright revolvers—Oh, the crumbling ashes Of life ib hope's fruition. Fall The withered friendships; and they all ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 September 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R«v. W. K. HUMBERT, A. M.,) REV. S. HENKEL, D. I)., - Editohs. Rev. L. A. FOX. D. IX, i TERMS, CA.ISII STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students !fl.C r 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay tbe postage for tbe year. Tlie getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application lothe publishers. Hemittauces must be made by Post Office Orders, Bunk Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of tbe 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 Ruv. L. A. Fox, D. I)., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of tbe editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowau Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscript...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 September 1887

Mosbclm Institute—Morristown. Below will be found, first a communication and second an editorial comment, in regard to the location of a Lutheran eduoational institution at Morristown, Tennessee. Both these articles are taken from the SomiWeekly Democrat, published in that place, and read as follows: To The Democrat:—The recent determination of the Lutheran communion to place their school operations at Morristown, is, we think, a step in the right direction. We feel safe in saying that we voice the sentiment of the intelligent people of our town when we bespeak for our Lutheran friends, or if so be, any other orthodox Christian denomination, a hearty welcome, to oome and place their institution of learning in our midst. Indeed, we should say we invite our Lutheran brethren, or some other charch that may have the desire to do so, to come and make this the central point of their education work. The churches of our country are Its ehlef educators, as a glance at the eduoational work of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 8 September 1887

A Woman from Austria. Near the village of Zillingdorf, in Lower Austria, livea Maria Haas, an intelligent and industrious woman, whose story of physical suffering and final relief, as related by herself, is of interest to English women. "I was employed," she says, "in the work of a large farmhouse. Overwork brought on sick headache, followed by a deathly fainting and sickness of the stomach, until I was unable to retain either food or drink. I was compelled to take to my bed for several weeks. Getting a little better from rest and quiet, I sought to do some work, but was soon taken with a pain in my side, which in a little while seemed to spread over my whole body, and throbbed in my every limb. This was followed by a cough and shortness of breath, until finally I could not sew, and I took to my bed for the second, and, as 1 thought, for the last time. My friends told me that my time had nearly come, and that I could not live longer than when the trees put on their green once more. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 September 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESABLISHED 1873. HBNKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. Published by request. Oar Sunday-schools Most Teach ihe Doctrines of Oar Church Address Delivered by Rev. E. L. Lybrand, at the Sundayschool Convention in St. Stephen's Church, Lexington, S. C., AUG. 14, 1887. Many Christians fail, in practice, if not in theory, to give doe credibility to that verse of wisdom, whioh declares : "Train np a child in the way he shonld go, and when he is old he will not depart from it." The great body of Christians profess to believe that all Scripture is given by inspiration of Qod, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction io righteousness. Of course no one doubts or questions the true statements of God's word with reference to such cardinal doctrines as repentance, faith, holiness of heart and life, the destruction of the wicked, and the everlasting blessedness of believers; but comparatively few realize as a divine truth, "Train up a ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 September 1887

OOR CHURCH PAPER. lUv. W. E. HUHBERT, A. M.,) Itav. S. HEN It EL. I). i>., - Editobb. Rav. L. A. POX, D. D., S TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.65 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers. Widows of Ministers, and Theological Students 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, Rank 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. Hubbcrt, A. M., Ulacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. D., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Sal«m, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowau Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 September 1887

liev. D. Itothackar died on tbe 3d ult.; aged 82 years. Oar character ia but the stamp on onr sonls of the free choice of good and evil we have mcde through life. The net gftin of the Indiana Synod daring the past year was 10 per cent. Tbe total contributions amounted to $16,671. Churches Destroyed.—No less than fonr Lutheran churches have reoently been destroyed. One at Stouchsburg, Pa., was strnok by lightning; another at Flagelsville, Pa., and the Norwegian church at Oalmor, lowa, were destroyed in the same manner. Tbe large church in Chicago, served by Rev. Engelbreont and connected with the Missouri Synod, was recently burnt to the ground. Careless workmen had allowed fire to remain in the tower. Tbe total loss is over fifty thousand dollars. Prof. Oboube— Polytechnic Institute.—Prof. D. L. Oroase, A. M., of Mt. Pleasant, North Carolina, arrived here last Saturday, and took bis position in the Polyteohnlc Institute, on last Tuesday, as teaober of Languages, &c. lie ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 15 September 1887

FAITH CURE FAIRLY BEATEN. Chaplain Hull Write* the Following li*« innrkul»l«» I,otter. , the Albany N. Y., Exprtii. ™ * i For many years my wife had been the victim of nervous dyspepsia, of the chronic, distressing and apparently incurable type from which so many of her sex sutt'er, languish and die. It was all the worse because the tendency to it was inherited. She hail been under the systematic treatment of many of the best physicians in New York andßrooklyn and elsewhere for twenty years with only temporary relief. In fact, there were few, if any, kinds of food that did not distress her, so diseased, sensitive and torpid were all the organs of digestion. The usual symptoms of dyspepsia, with its concomitant ailments, were all present—bad taste in the mouth, dull eyes, cold feet and hands, the sense of a load upon the stomach, tenderness on pressure, indigestion, giddiness, great weakness and prostration, and fugitive pains in the sides, chest and back. I have often risen in the n...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 September 1887

church * Paper. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL <fc 00., Publishers. VOLUME XV. THE MASTER'S MESSAGE. BT HART BHADLRY. O ye that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death, It ia Ha who hath surely risen that your misery comforteth: Let not your hearts be troubled, let sorrow and sighing cease, For this la the Master's message, Behold I give you my peaces Not as the world hath given—a leaf on the ocean whirled, A bubble blown In the sunshine, is peace bestowed of the world: Coma but the curl of a billow, and the leaf no eye shall see; Breathe on it ever so lightly, and the babble has ceased to be. . t But He who came from the Father to make us His own, Hit cten— Who hath sounded the deeps of sorrow, and trodden the wine-press alono, — In all your affliction truly is He afflicted again, And whoso claimeth His pity, claimeth it not In vain. Lo ye are grieved in spirit, as they that go down to the dead, And your hearts are tossed on a tempest that may not be quieted; And life as th...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 September 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. R«v. W. E. HUBBERT, A. M.,) KHV. S. HENKEL. D. D., - Editors. H«v. L. A. FOX, D. D., i TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.65 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 he 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. Hubert, A. M., Blucksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. llenkcl, D. I)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. 8. liothrock, Gold Hill, Rowau Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorised to receive and forward subscriptions fo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 September 1887

For Our Church Paper. Paid Over- ConoVER, N. 0., Sept. 13th, 1887. Dear Church Paper, I acknowledge through yonr columns the following payments for Concordia College, Oonover, N. C., per Bev. J. P. Stirewalt, a most energetio brother and worker in tbe Lord's vineyard: J. W. Zirkle $23.00 Harrison Pence 15.00 William Swartz 10.00 D. 8. Ilenkel 10.00 Adam Pence 7.60 fl. C. Kindig 6.00 Mrs. Lydia Philips 6.00 Geo. F. Hasler 6.00 ' Total $82.60 "Well done, good and faithful servants." May the Lord reward yon tenfold in this life, and in tbe world to come life everlasting. Now, brethren of South Carolina, will you not come forward and do likewise. Yonr subscriptions to Oon- cprdla College are long past due. Bro. 0. M. Eflrd, now is the time to bestir yourself to collect these sob■orlptlons, while the cotton (money) erop is ooming into market. Please let as have a good report from you VEBY BOON. 0. H. Bernheim, Financial Agent Concordia College, Oonover, N. C. Railroad Accidents. Ob last ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 22 September 1887

HE WIS GREATLY MISTAKEN. A Maryland Cheitilut Itiokuoed Wtthont 111* flout* • I live in the midst of the malarial districts of Maryland, near the city of Washington, and am exposed to all the dangerous inlluences of the impure air and water of that region. Being naturally of a strong constitution, I had frequently boasted that no chills and fever or other malarious complaint would ever trouble me. This was my experience and the condition in which 1 found myself six months ago. I first noticed that I did not feel so sprightly and vigorous as was my wont to do. I felt tired and enervated. Soon 1 noticed a distinct and distressing back ache would make its appearance in the afternoon, in- creasing in severity if the exercise was • more than usually violent. Then a stretchy feeling with profuse gaping made its appearance. Then my head, always clear as a bell, would feel heavy and I began to have headaches. The cold stage was marked with chattering of the teeth, severe rigors passed over ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 September 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. COME SPIRIT, COME. BT THB BIV. W. TRAVIB. fComposed for use at the fortieth anniversary of the Lutheran congregation at Ancram, N. T.J L. M. Spirit divine, we leek Thy care As la Tby court* we praise and pray; Cauae si to feel Tby pretence ljore Like on the Peatecostal day. Coma aa the light—make error flee; Establish in our heart* Thy Word; And may our watchword ever be, "Our might and power are from the Lord." Gome aa the dew—refresh each soul With copious showers of heavenly grace, That all released from sin's control, May Join and win the heavenly race. Come at a Are—burn out all dross, Our hearts reflne from sin and shame, Oouatlag all earthly things but loss, We conseerate all to tby aame. Com* as a dore—o'ershadow all, Thou triune Spirit—'Three in One. Help us aright on Thee to call, That by our lives Thy will be done. Tor Onr Church Paper. The Slnlcßsnens ofJeiui. Br Bev. Pkof. J. B. Greever. Je...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 September 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER._ ltav. W. K IIUBBERT, A. M.,) Hkv. S. HENKKL. I). J)., - KniTOHS. - Hbv. L. A. FOX, D. I)., \ TKKMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE One copy, per annum $1 To clubs of twelve, for each $1.5< To Ministers, Wi lows of Ministers, and Theological Students fl.fi 1 10 cents additional from each subscriber wil be required, to prepay the postage for th year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on ap plication to the publishers. Hemittances must be made by Post Offlc Orders, Hunk Checks, or Registered Letters When this is not done, money is sent at th risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hub bert, A. M., Hlackaburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. llenkel, D. D., New Market, Va.,o Rov. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors Kev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, ltowuu Co. North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, au Ihorlzod to receive and forward subscrip...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 September 1887

Dr. Roth Honored. A Large Meeting of Citizens at Laird Opera House Tender Him a Most Cordial and Pleasant Reception. In view of the resignation of Rev. Dr. B. W. Both, President of Thiel College, and the acceptance of the same by the Board of Trastees, and the consequent probable removal of the Dr. from onr place, it was deemed proper that he shonld not be permitted to go without some publio notice being taken of the event. A meeting of oitisens was called for last Friday evening, at Laird Opera House, and when the evening came the Opera House was well filled In all parts by an intelligent audience composed of representative gentlemen and ladies of our town. In the audience, too, were quite a number of the leading members) of the Lntheran General Oonncil, in session in thlsjplace at the time. J. T. Blair, General Manager of the 8. & A. B. R., presided,* and In tak* ing the ebalr made a few pertinent remarks. Rer. 0. B. Wakefield, pastor of tbe Presbyterian ohnrob, led In...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 29 September 1887

OBEDIENCE IN CHILDHOOD. Tho Duty of I'arentu to Command Rather Tlum Consult Their Children. No doubt the moral sentiment of Paul's age stretched parental authority to an extreme, and we need not hesitate to admit that the Christian ideaof a father's power and a child's obedience has been much softened by Christianity; but tho softening has como from tho greater prominenco given to lovo, rather than from tho limitation givon to obedieneo. Our present domestic lifo seems to me to stand soroly in need of Paul's injunction. Ouo can not but see that there is great laxity in this mattor in mnny Christian households, in reaction perhaps from tho too great sovority of past times. Many causes lead to this unwholosomo relaxation of parental authority. In our great cities, especially among the commercial classes, children are generally better educated than their fathers and mothers; know less of early struggles, and one often sees a penso of inferiority making a parent hesitato to command, as ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 6 October 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & 00., Publishers. VOLUME XV. HE LEA.DETH ME. In pastures green ? Not always: sometimes lie Who kuowetU best, in kindness leadeth me In weary ways where heavy shadows be. Out of the sunshine warm and soft and bright, Out of the sunshine into darkest night; I oft would faint with sorrow and affright, Only for thii—l know lie holds my band! Ho, whether in the green or desert land, I trust; although I may not understand. And by (till waters ? No, not always so; Oftimes the heavy tempests round me blow, And o'er my soul the waves and billows go. But when the Btorm beats loudest, and I cry Aloud for help, the Master standeth by, And whispers to my soul, "Lo, it is I." Abeve the tempest wild I hear Him say, "Beyond this darkness lies the perfect day: In every patb of thine I lead the way." So, whether on tbe hilltops high and fair I dwell, or in the sunless valleys where Tbe shadows lie —what matter '/ He is there. Aud more than this : wh...

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