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1. THE GOSPEL IN PARADISE. By the Editor. . . 2. UDLEVISS. . . . . . . . . . . 3. LILE PICTURES FROM CHURCIL HISTORY. By L. H.S. 4. "THE RO, KY HILLS OF GETTYSBURG." By Prof. I. C.
Purter - 5. A WALK THROUGH A LIBRARY. III. By E. E. H.. 6. OITOfl'lllll. 7. Phil'LA, DAG!ITER OF ZWINGLI. . . 8. DIFIC'LT;E. 9. THE SAME CHRISTIAN AS CONSECTED WITH BAP
TINNI. By the Editor. . . . . . . . 10. TO THE TRINITY. 11. MARYINOINTING JESUS, BY D. G. 12. TO NITRE COVERS CP BATTLE-FIELDS. 13. IULIT. . . . . . . . . . . 14. A MISTIKE IN BUSINESS. By J.J. - . 15. MEDITATION. - - - . . . . . . .
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In our next number we purpose enclising bils to all subscribers, who may be in arrears for the present or previous voluine, and trust prompt attention will be given them. As the subscription price of the Guardian" is very moulerate, and we desire to continue it, if possible, at such rates, we need all that is due us to carry it forward successfully. A strict compliance with our terms, therefuie, is indispensably necessary.
S. R. FISHER, & CO.
S. R. FISHER & O Printers, Publishers and Book Binders,
CHAMBERS BURG, PA. They keep constantly on hand, the Publications of the German
Reformed Church, such as Hymn Books, Caterhisins, Constitutions and Forms, English and German: Liturgies, Church Members and
Marriage Certificates. ALSO—The Publications of the Rev. Drs Svaff and II ARBAUGII,
and of other Ministers of the German Reformed Church.
They Publish the following Periodicals of the Church “ The German Reformed Messenger," Published weekly, at $250 per year, or $2.00 in advance.
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1 ! GUARDIAN, A MONS LY MAGAZINE
Devoted to the
. Literary and Religious Interests of
Rev. H. HARBAUGA, D.D., Editor.
THE GUARDIAN enters upon its XVth volume. It has a sufficient history to establish its character, and to showits fruits. In its principles, purposes and general spirit, we have no changes to propose. Tbe True, the Beautiful, aud the Good are unchangeable--error and sia are always the same. It will remain under the editorial management of its founder, Rev. Ü. HARBATOH, D. D., whose name of itself the publishers regard as the most satisfactory guarantee of the high tone and general interest which characterize the family magazine.
From and after January the Ist, 1864, THE GUARDIAN will be published by S. R. Fisher & Co., Chambersburg, Pa. Though comparing well in its present form with any publication of the kind, improvements are always possible. The Publishers propose something in this direction in the forthcoming volume, The January number will be embellished with a beautiful steel Engraving, and the publication continue to appear with a handsome ornamental cover title. Though paper bas advanced one hundred per cent., they promise to use a superior quality; and shall do all in their power, in co-operating with the Editor, in rendering Tue GUARDIAN acceptable to its subscribers
This Magazine will be, as heretofore, devoted to the highest interests of the young, at the most solemn and interesting period of their life. It will offer its friendly counsels to them in an earnest though free and cheerful way. It will solemnly seek to warn them against the wrong, and affectionately lure them to the right. The Editor will endeavor to make its contents true, pure, fresh, and bealthy as the moruing of life. It will particularly urge self-culture and early piety as of the highest importance, and cultivate the home feeling as a sacred element in social purtiy and peace. It will seek to move in the element of its motto:-*Life--Light-Love."
THE GUARDIAN has no denominational or party bias. It is its ambition to take the quiet way of peace and love. It would turn the attention of its readers to that first and greatest of duties, the cultivation of the beart, mind, social feelings and pious affections. It will bave its reward if it can be the means of making Hearts better, Homes happier, and Heaven surer. The evidence that it has in a degree done this, which the experience of years has furnished, is more precious to ustbau gain or gold. Cheerfully hopefully, and believingly we look into the future as we take our pilgrim-staff in hand to travel another year.
THE GUARDIAN contains thirty-two pages monthly, making a bandsome Volume of three hundred and eighty-four pages at the end of the year.
Pastors who receive this Prospectus are requested to hand it to some active member of the church who will procure subscribers for THE GUARDIAN. Isten subscribers are obtained, we will send one copy to the person obtaining them and one to the pastor gratis
We respectfully ask all Young Men and Ladies to aid us in increasing our circulation. It will be au casy thing for them to raise a club among their companions.
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1. (URIST AMONG TILE PATRIARCHS. By the Editor. . 2. LIFE-PICTURES FROM CHURCH HISTORY, No. 11.
By L. II. S. . . . . . . . . 3. STILL AVOTII ER ORIGINAL PARABLE. By the Editor, 4. SECRET PRAYER. - - - - .
- 5. KIRAL TASTE. By the Editor. . . . . . 6. THE BOWER OF PRAYER. By the Editor. 7. GOOD ADVICE. . . . . . . 8. DEVICES FOR DOING GOOD. By the Eclitor. 9. TILE LORD'S PRAYER. (Poetry.) - . 10. A PAGE OF PROVERBS. . . . . . . . 11. TILE OLD CIICRCHI. By the Editor. . - - 12. VLA CRITIS, VIA LUCIS. (Poetry.) 13. NEVER GIVE UP. (Poetry.) . . 14. WE EIT TOO MCII. . . 15. TIE LEEND OF TILE WHITE CANOE. 16. VICES OF CENTUS. . . . . . 17. (ILL ME WOT BACK ERON TIIE ECHOLESS SHORE. 18. BOOK NOTICES. - . -