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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 November 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Ruv. W. E. HUBBERT, A. M.,) i»n\. S. 11ENICKL. 11. D., Editors. liitv. L. A. POX. D. 1)., \ TERMS, CASH STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each #1.60 To Ministers, vVilowsof Ministers, and Theological Students $1.5' 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay thr postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 copy free. Advertising rates will be furnished ou application to the publishers. Remittances mu>t be made by Post < >Slice Orders, Rank Checks, or Registered Letters. "When this is not done, money is sent at the risk >l the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbcrt, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. llenkel, 1). 1)., New Market, Va., or Ruv. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowau Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 November 1887

For Our Church Paper. 8. W. Va- Notes The regular meeting of the Eastern Conference was not held as recently expected. The Secretary and President were on the ground and hoped to hold services on Sunday, but the very inclement weather, with other circumstances, disappointed onr hopes. Arrangements were made for future appointments in this mission tield, and we believe that tbe service will not be in vain. It is our aim to fill a monthly appointment, and several ministers have consented to preach in turn. The next Conference will be held in Botetourt county by special invitation. Aiuoug the matters for encouragement we note with approval that our ministers esteem it a pleasure and privilege to atteud Sy nodical and Conference meetings. Though many of our members were unable to attend the Franklin Conference, the excuses rendered were reasonable. J. E. Bushnell, Pres. of J£ashi ii Con. oj 8. W. ■ Va. Synod. Vot Our Church Paper. Conference Reflections- Mr. Editor By your permission, I...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 10 November 1887

What is tliis Disease that is Coming Upon Us ? Like a thief at night itsteals in upon us unawares. The patients have pains* al»out the chest ami ules, ami sometimes in the buck. Iliey feel dull and sleepy) the mouth has a liad taste, especially in the morning. A sort-of sticky slime collects about the teeth. I lieappetite is poor, Uiere is a feeling like a heavy load on the stomach; sometimes a faint, all gone sensation at the pit of the stomach which food does not satisfy. The eyes are sunken, the hands and feet become cold and clammy. After a while a cough sets in, at first dry, but after a few months it is attended with a greenish-colored expectoration. The pAnient feels tired all the while, and sleep does not seem to afford any rest. After a time he becomes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebodings. There is a giddiness, a sort of whirling sensation in the head when rising up suddenly. The bowels become costive; the skin is dry and hot at times; the blood becomes t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 November 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED I >73. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. For Our Cliuich Paper. Lutberanlsm versos Sects. This much reviled church is forbearing and patient, hoping and trusting, knowing that it shall finally triumph. It ia the parent of all Protestant churches. All aects and denominations have been led off from Latheranism by hot-headed schismatics. It teachcs tbe pure dosstrlne of Christianity, and men, knowing this, think it is too severe and bard a task to bear, cut off for themselves and establish what they are pleased to call the Ohurch. At first they are very gentle and say, "we are all of one faith and dootrine, so let ns be friendly. There are a few points on whioh we cannot agree but they arc not necessarily of importance." This is tbe language of a great many sects, and they are as friendly aa the devil appeared to the Saviour, yet let such people get a few followers and they become the most bitter partisan leaders. Then they are the Ch...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 November 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Kiev. W. E. HUBBKRT, A. M.,) KBV- S. HENKEL, I). D.. Editors. Rkv. L. A. FOX, D. D., \ TERMS, UA.SII STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per aunum $1.05 To clubs of twelve, for each if 1.50 To Ministers, vVi lows of Ministers, and Theological Students $1.5 f 10 cents additional from each subscriber will be required, to prepay tin postage for the year. The getter up of a club, is entitled to 1 eopy free. Advertising rates will be furnished on application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Ofllce 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. \V. E. Ilubbcrt, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. llenkel, D. P., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by any of the editors. Rev. S. Rotbrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as ho was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscript...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 November 1887

LINES WRITTEN IN A LADY'S ALBUM. •'This is my body broken for you;" Believe, that the Saviour has spoken true, And in the wine cup he poured out his blood, The blood of the Only Begotten of God. Believe it, receive with a true living faltb, And no longer doubt what our dear Saviour saith. Judge not his word t>y your feeble sense, Nor limit the power of Omnipotence ; 'Tis true what be says; no emblem nor token, "This bread is my body"the Master has spoken; Let faith be exalted, and reason lie low ; And then shall your heart with love be aglow And in mansions of bliss you'll sing this same story; And shout when you see the king in his glory. N. C. For Our Church Paper. Synodlcal Success. Ship ahoy 1 Savannah in sight! The success of the 2d Convention of the United Synod begios with our entrance into port. The harbor Is a, good one, but the low water mark warns us not to load down too heavily with the accumulated prejudices and bitternesses of centuries. We must prepare for ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 17 November 1887

HOW CO WE DIG OUR GRAVES? We must put or wo rnnnot live. This we a i know. But. do we all know that wo die by eating? It iti said we dig our graves with our teeth. How foolish this sounds. Yet it in fearfully (rue. We are terrified lit the nj)])i oiu'li of the cholera and yelow fever, yet there is a disease constantly at our doors and in our houses far more dangerous and destructive. Most people have in their own stomachs a poison, more slow, but. quite as fatal as tlie germs of those maladiea which sweep men into eternity by thousands without warning iu the times of great epidemics. But it is a mci'cy that, if we are watchful, we can tell when we aii.' tint ateued. The following avo among the symptoms, yet they do not always necessai ily appear in the same oi dev. nor are they always the same in different cases. There is a dull and sleepy feeling; a bad taste in the mouth, especially in the morning; the appetite is changeable, sometimes poor and again it seems as though the patient...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 November 1887

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. THANKSGIVING HYMN. BT I. WEBTBY IAKNSHAW. God of the Seasons, hear! To Tbee our gong we raise: Thy goodness crowns the circling year, And well deserves our praise. For genial sun and shower, For seasons' ordered train, For bounteous harvests' ample dower, We chant the grateful strain. God of the Nations, hear 1 We bow before Tby throne, Tho sov'reign Majesty reverse, And all Tby favor own. With peace and freedom blest, From plague and famine free, Now be our gratitude confessed : These blessings are from Tbee. God of the Ages, hear! The years own Thy decrte, And brighten even as they bear Our spirits nearer Thee. That Thou our lot hast cai>t In this most favored day, So rich in boirdom of the past, our joyful lay. God of our Spirits, hear! Thy spirit-offspring, wo Would gladly bring with hearts sincere Our offerings unto Thee. Our life's best portion Thou, Our Father and our Friend ; Thou art...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 November 1887

OUR CHURCH PAPER. Rev. W. E. HUMBERT, A. M.,) Rev. S. HENKEL. 1). D., - Editors. Ruv. L. A. FOX. D. IX, * TERMS, CASH BTHICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per annum ft.os To clubs of twelve, for each $1.50 To Ministers, Widows of Ministers, ami Theological Students $I.s'' 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, liiink Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sunt at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. W. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, I). P., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Moneys can be received by nny of the editors. Rev. 8. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as lie was heretofore, authorized to receive and forward subscription...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 November 1887

For Our Church Paper. Sunday School Convention- The Sunday-school .Convention of the Western Conference of the Southwest Virginia Synod met in NeW Hope Ev. Lutheran congregation, on Thursday, Ootober 27, 1887, at 9 o'olook, A. M. Very few of the Pastors were present, and very few Sunday-schools represented, Rev. Wm. P. Hnddle was eleoted Chairman, Rev. W. B. Oney, Seoretary, and Capt. J. J. Giesler, Treasurer. The business of tbe Convention was condnoted very efficiently by our worthy Chairman. The discussions were very lively and interesting, and created some enthusiasm in Sunday-school work throughout the community. The following resolution was unanimously adopted by tbe Convention. Unsolved, That the teachers (a the various Sunday-schools in tho Western Conference of the Southwest Virginia Synod, be a committee to take up weekly collections in their respective classes, and that this action of the Convention be published in our church papers, and that the pastors be requested to c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Our Church Paper — 24 November 1887

What is this Disease that is Coming Upon Us? Like a thief at night it steals in upon us unawares. '1 lie patients have pains about the chest anil sides, ami sometimes in the back. 1 hey feel dull ami sleepy; the mouth has a had taste, especially in the morning. A sort of sticky slime collects about the teeth. Ihe appetite is poor. There is a ieeling like a heavy load on the stomach; sometimes a faint, all gone sensation at the pit of the btomach which food does not ratisfy. The eyes are sunken, the hands and feet become cold and clammy. After a while a cough sets in, at first dry, but after a few months it is attended with a greenish-colored expectoration. The p<\*ient feels tired all the while, and sleep does not seem to afford any lest. After a time lie becomes nervous, irritable and gloomy, and has evil forebodings. There is a giddiness, a sort'of whirling sensation in the head when rising up suddenly. The bowels become costive; the skin is dry and hot at times; the bl...

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

CHURCH * PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. MOTHER'S OIKL. Sleeves to the dimpled elbow, Fun in tbe sweet blue eyes, To and fro upon errands The little maiden flies. Now she is washing dishes, Now she is feeding tbe chicks, Now she is playing with pussy, Or teaching Rover tricks. Wrapped In a big white apron, Pinned in a checkered shawl, Hanging clothes In the garden, Ob, were she only tall! Hushing tbe fretful baby, Coaxing his hair to curl; Stepping around so briskly, Because she is mother's girl. Hunting for eggs in the haymow, Petting old Brindle's calf, Riding Don to the pasture, With mnny a ringing laugh, Coming whene'er you call her, Running wherever sent, Mother's girl is a blessing, And mother is well content. —Central Christum Advocate. Christmas Work For Little Children. "There is much inquiry about these days for simple, inexpensive thing* which children oan make for gifts. To be able to make a Christmas gift for papa and mamma with...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. OUR CUUliCll I'APEIt it published every Wednesday hy lJenkel J' Co., New Alurkct, Va. It it v. W. E. HUBBERT, AJU Hbv. S. HENKEL, D. J)., Editomb. Kbv. L. A. FOX, D. D., k TERMS, CA.SII STRICTLY IN ADVANCE. One copy, per aunum isl.Gs To clubs of twelve, for encb $1.00 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 ou application to the publishers. Remittances must be made by Post Office Orders, Bask Checks, or Registered Letters. When this is not done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Addrei-s Communications to Rev. \V. E. Hubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va., or, Rev. S. Henkel, D. D., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. ltev. S. ltothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, author...

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

For Our Church Paper. A Vlndication- Our dear Church Paper I have received a number of letters from friends in the South, askiog con. cerning my resignation to the Board of Mitssions and my entering tbe Presbyterian Church. "Surely,''writes a brother whom I have long known and loved, "you have good reasons for taking the step you have and a publication of these reasons to the Church would be very gratifying to your friends. Wishing God's blessing upon you in whatever yon undertake for bis glory, I am fraternally yonrs.'' I too feel that tbe time has now come for some statement to my friends and the Church. In undertaking the work of a foreign missionary at the invitation of the Board, it was with the hope that God wonld permit me to devote my life to him In that service. When 1 was asked in my examination whether 1 would promise to make foreign missions my life work, or whether I wonld agree to stay ten years, I declined.to give a pledge for a definite term of years, saying, It is m...

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

HOW DO WE DIG OUR GRAVES? "We must out or wo cannot live. This we :i. 1 know. But do we ull know that we die by eating? It is said wc dig our graves with our teeth. How foolish this sounds. Yet it in fearfully true. We ure terrified at tlie approach of the cholera and yellow fever, yet there is a disease constantly at our doors and in our houses fur more dangerous and destructive. Most people have in their own stomachs a poison, more Blow, but quite as fatal as the germs of those maladies which sweep men into eternity by thousands without warning in the times of great epidemics. But it is a mercy that, if we are watchful, we can tell when we are threatened. The following are among the symptoms, yet they do not always necessarily appear in the same 01 der, nor are they always the same in different cases. There is a dull and sleepy feeling; a bad taftte in the mouth, especially in the morning; the appetite is changeable, sometimes poor and again it seems as though the patient could no...

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

CHURCH ' PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKEL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. Our Poor Preachers. Whose fault is it that so many of onr pastors are so poorly paid f Is it due to pastor alone, or to people alone, or to bothf It is a difficult problem to solve, and as auoh, demands muoh and careful inquiry. It Is our conviotion that the fault is most frequently with the pastor, for the old sayioff is, "As the shepherd, so the sheep.'' Wherever we find a wide awake, progressive business minister, we most generally find a well paid minister and a flourishing and liberal congregation. On the other hand, show me a careless, indifferent, unbusiness like pastor, and here you find a poor and needy minister; a congregation disordered, divided and delinquent in almost all of theirchurch obligations. The pastor needs to teach his people that his services, us*mich, demand fuller and prompter payment than even those of bis lawyer or physician. It is too frequently the motto of even onr good ...

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

OUR CHURCH PAPER. OUR CIIUIiCII PATER is published every Wednesday by llmkcl J- Co., New Market, Va. lUv. W. E. HI'BBERT, A M., ) KKV. S. HENKEL, D. D., - Editors. Rev. It. 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, vVi lows of Ministers, and Theological Students fI.C 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 nut done, money is sent at the risk of the person who forwarded it. Address Communications to Rev. \V. E. Ilubbert, A. M., Blacksburg, Montgomery County Va,, or, Rev. S. Henkcl, D. I)., New Market, Va., or Rev. L. A. Fox, D. D., Salem, Va. Rev. S. Rothrock, Gold Hill, Rowan Co., North Carolina, is as he was heretofore, authorized...

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

Voices from tbe Pulpit. LUTHERAN MINISTERS PREACH IN OTHER CHURCHES. Uuder this head, we make up the following in regard to the Sunday services in Savannah, during the meeting of the United Synod, from the Morning Daily Savannah Netos : The pulpits of tbe city churches were occupied yesterday by tbe viaitiDg ministry of the Lutheran churoh. The United Synod is a representative body of the Lutheran Oburch in the South. It is composed of the ablest theologians and preachers in the church representing between 30,000 and 35,000 communicants. Nearly all the congregations were large. At the Lutheran churoh the Bev. Dr. Horn, of Charleston, President of the Synod, preached in the morning an eloquent sermon on the "Touoh of God,'' taking for his text: "And Saul also went home to Gibeat; and there went with bim a band of men whose hearts God had touched." 1. Sam. x, 26. "The touch of God is a generous impulse of admiration, sympathy, loyalty," said tbe preaoher. This influence manifested its...

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

THE "GOODEST"' MOTHER. Evening was falling cold ami dark, And p < pie hurried the way An if Uiey were longing soon to mark Their own borne caudh ■ cheering ray. Before me toiled in tbe whirling wind A woman with bundles great and small, And after her tugged, a step behind, The bundle she loveJ the best ol' all. A dear little roly-poly boy. VN itli rosy cheeks and jacket blue, Laughing and chattering, full of joy, And here's what he said —I tell you true : ' You're thegoodest mother that ever was!" A voice as clear as a forest-bird's; And 1 in sure the glad young heart had cause To utter the sweet and loving words. Perhaps the woman had worked all day Washing or scrubbing: perhaps she sewed ■, I knew by her weary footfall's way That life for her was an uphill road. But here was a comfort, children dear; Think what a comfort you might give To the very best friend you can have here, The mother dear in whose house you lire. If once in a while you'd stop and say, In tatk or pl...

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

CHURCH PAPER. ESTABLISHED 1873. HENKBL & CO., Publishers. VOLUME XV. From the Lutheran Observer. THE ANNUNCIATION. BY PROF. W. H. WTKN, PH. D. The angel vanished ; then up rose The virgin flushed with prayer, And felt the brooding of repose On all the evening air; The moon a silver crescent gleamed Above the midland sea. And one lone star in twilight seemed Its sentinel to be. Then up and down the purple gloom That holy maiden paced— The lily and the rose in bloom With kisses she embraced, Or from the casement saw the spring* Of daylight fade and die, And then afar great Gabriel's wings Enfolding all the sky. The ancient scrolls she then unrolled, With tearful eye intent, To flud what prophecies of old For ber poor self were meant, She read bow age had followed age, Converging all in one, Till every symbol, page by page, Grew radiant as the sun. An awful splendor filled the room, As whan of old a cloud, Translucent with divineat gloom, The temple did enshroud, And rolled...

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