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S. R. FISHER & CO., Printers, Publishers and Book
CHAMBERS BURG, PA. They keep constantly on hand, the Publications of the German
Reformed Church, such as IIymn Books, Catechisins. Constitutions and Forms, Eng. lish and German: Liturgies, Church Members and
Marriage Certificates. ALSO—The Publications of the Rev. Dis SKILAFF and 11 ARBAUGII,
and of other Ministers of the Guromill R.formed Church.
They Publiski lie following Periodicals of the Church 6. The German Reformed Messenger," Published weekly, at $250 per year, or $200 in advance.
The • Reforanirie Kirchenzeitung." Published weekly, int $1.2.) per year, or $100 in advance'.
“The Guardian,"; Published monthly in Pamphlet form, at $1.00 per year in advance
My New subscribers solicted. They can be FURNISHED WITH ALL THE NUMBERS fron, the commencement of the year, so as to make an unbroken
THE GUARDIAN, A MONTHLY MAGAZINE
Devoted to the Social, Literary and Religious Interests of
Young Men and Ladies.
Rev. H. HARBAUGO, D D., Editor.
Tue GUARDIAs enters upon its Xl'il volume li han a sufficient bistory to estab ish its ounracter, and iu slow its fruits In iis principles, purposes and general spirit, we have no changes to y ropose The True, the beautiful, and the Good are unchangeable--errus and six are always the sime. It will remain under the prin rini xollut of its founder, Rev 11. HLARBAUGH, D. D. wbose name of itself the piblishers regard as the most satisfactory guarantee of the bird tone and general interest which characterize the family magazine.
From and #fier Junuiry the 1st, 1851, Tue GUARDIAN will be published by S. R. Fisher & Co., Chambersburg. l'it. Though comparing well in its present fornit with all y pub ination of the kinti, inp ovements are always ossible. The l'ublish yrs prop se something in this direction in the forthcoming volume. The Jinary number will be enbelli-hed with a beautiful sterl Engraving, and the publication continuo to appear with a handsome Orlamental cover title. Thuri piper is nilvancel one hun liell per cent., tliey promise to use a supe. vor c lity: ind shioll do all in their power, in co operating with the Eliror, in ren lering Tie GUARIYLAN acepinble to its subscr bers
This Magazine will be, 18 heretofore, devoted to the highest interests of the young at the most solemn and interesting peri d of their life. It will offer ing Prisuty clusels to them in an eainest though tree and cheerful way. It will olimly seck 10 Wilrn thein ang iinst the wrong and .ffectionately lue thein to the riglit. The Elitor will endeavor to make its contents rule, pure, fresh, and healthy as the morning of life. It will particularly urge self culture and early piery As of no highest importance, and cultivate the home feel•ng as a sacred element in social partiyanil peace. It will seek to move in the element of its motio:-Life-. Light-love."
Tux GRARDIAN has no denominational or party bing. It is its ambition to tale the diet way of peace and love. It would turn the attention of its readers totdat Girtin grestest of duties, the cultivation of the heart, mind, socinl feelings and pious affections. It will bave its reward if it can be the means of making learts better, llomes 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 usilian cain or coll. Cheerfully hopefully, and believingly we look into the future as we take our pilgrim-staff in hanil to travel another year.
THE GUARDIAN contains thirty two piges monthly, making a handsome Volume of three hundred and eighty-four pages at the end of the year.
Pastors who receive this Prospectus are requested to band it to some actire meinber of the church who will procure subscribers for The Grappax. Iften subscribers are obtained, we will send one copy to the person oltaining them and one to the pistor gratis.
We respectfully ask all Young Men anii Ladies to aid us io increasing our circulation. It will be an easy thing for them to raise a club among their companions.
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Discontinuinces. - As all subscriptions are commenced with the beginning of the Volume, so discontinuances can take plice only with the close. To insure a dis. continuance uritten nutice must be sent direct lie publedoris before the close of the year and all arrearages paid. If the notice is received af:cr one or m te funbers of a new volume have been sent, the sub viber wil be cbarged for the full year thus commenced. ADDRESS
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ORDER OF NATURE SINCE THE FALL. By J. W. Ne 9. CHRISTIAN CONSOLATION. . . . . . . 10. STORM OFF CAPE HORN. . . . . . . 11. TWENTY YEARS IN THE STATE'S PRISON. 12. DISEASES OF OVER-WORKED MEN. - · · 13. MIGHTY MEN. . . . . . . . . . 14. COBBETT'S COURTSIIIP.
- .. 15. FATE OF THE ALTITOR OF "GOD SAVE THE QUEEN.” 16. A PARROT CALLED AS A WITNESS. 17. AN ORPHAN'S HOME. . . . . . . .
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS, JUNE, 1864.
Letters Received. Rev. J. H. Derr, Rev. A. B. Koplin, Rev. U. H. Heilman, (1 sub.) J. Sherer, Rev. J. W. Steinmertz, Springer Harbaugh, Mary E. Vaughan, Rev. I. H. Reiter, (1 sub.) J. F. Wyant, 115 subs , Rev. S. B. Leiter, Mary A. Matthews, L. K Giaver, Rev. A. R. Kremer, (1 sub.) H. C. G. Reber, J. Odenwelder, (1 sub.) Justus Sherer, (3 subs.) Dr. $. Young, M. S. Mabatfy, David Neff, Rev. Dr. Harbaugh, (2 subs.) Rev. D. B. Albright, G. S. Will, S. Trauseau, Rev. G. W. Steinmetz, il sub.) Rev. B. Bausman, Rev. D. Y. Heisler, W. H. Kennedy, Jacob Ablutz, Rev. M. Scheeligh, P. B Lerch, J. Sherer, 13 subs) Office, (1 sub.). J. Rouzer, J. F. Wyant, (1 sub.) D. B. Seibert, D. S. Dieffenbacher, Rev. 11. Williard,, W.M. Reid, Rev. D. Kuntz, Rev. Dr Harbaugh, (1 stb.) Amanda Lawall, Henry s. Dotterer, Mrs. De Lorma Brooks, J. J. Pilkey, Mary Schreiber, JS Wagner, H. Stamm, Rev. D. Y. Heisler, (1 sub.) W. Wcagley, Rev. C. F. McCauley (1 sub.) A. Koenig, Rev. D. Gring Rev. S. Shaw, (1 sub.) P. M. Reynolds, C. A. Nickum, M. M. Eckert, Rev. A. R. Hortenstien, A. B. Steckel. Rev. J. H. Derr, Wooster, 0. $1 Vol.15 , Dr. J. Sandt. Stockertown, Pa. $1 Vol.15 L. Witherow, Middletown, Pa. 1 15 Miss M. R. Stotz, Wind Gap, 1 15 Pov B. Baueman Bendine 1 15 Enos Ackermann, " M. L. Kendig, Quarryville, 214,15 Dr C. L. Gross, Flicksville, 1 15 William Pursell, Danville, I 15 Wm H. Speer, “
15 C. Fenstermacher, 1.5. Miss S. E. Ackerman, "
16 John Berger,
1.5 Miss E E Odenwelder, Easton, 1 Aaron Hock, I 15 Miss E. Kemmerer,
1 Jacob Sechler, Jr.
1 15 Rev. S. B. Leiter, Navarre, Hiram Antrim,
15 Mary A. Matthews, Temple, 1 Emma Mays, Schafferstown, 1 15 L. K. Graver, Philadelphis,
15 Springer Harbaugh, Pittsburg, 2 14,15 Rev. H. A. Kremer, Pattonsville, 1 M.E.Vaughan, Mt. Washingtin. I 1 15 H C. G. Reber, Lancaster, 1 a. I 15 S. J. Bear, Farmersville, 0.
5 J. B. Carothers, Yellow Springs,2 14,15 Rev.D.F.Brendle, Bethlehem, Pa.2 14,15 Geo Besore, Waynesboro, 2 15,16 J. T. Reinecke, Nazareth, 1 15 L A. Haderman, Pattonville, 1 Chas. A. Heller, Stockertown, 1 15 : Mrs. S. M. Hotfman, Bethlehem! 15
- Continued on Third Page of Cover.
J. F. Wyant, Lancaster, Pr. $1 Vol.15 Rev. D. Kuntz, Cherryville, Pa. $2 15,16 Rev. J. V. Eckert. N Providence,1 14J. W. Fuss, Greencastle, 1 16 Mrs. E Hersh, Strasburg, 1 15 Margaret Brewer, "
1 15 Dr. S Young, Hosensack, 1 15 Amanda Lawall, Hazelton, 1 15 M. S, Mahaffy, Norristown, 2 15,16 H. S. Dotterer, Phila.
151 Hannah M. Neff, Reading, 1 15 Delorma Brooks, Beloit, Wis. Mrs. M A. McMahen, Milton, 1 15 J. J. Pilkey, Harrisburg,
14,15 James McMachen, Pott's Grove,1 15 Mary Schreiber, Laubachs, D Eschbaugh, Limestoneville, 1 15 J. S. Wagner, Bloomfield, Rev S. Transeau, M. Station, 1 15 : II. Stamm, Lancaster, Charles Mock, Dansville,
15 F. G. Bickley, Reading, Kaie Mowrer, " 15 N. & M. Hunter, Reading,
15 Ulrich Houser,
15 Susan Kohl, Bethlehem, Mrs. E. E Clewell, Reading, 1 15 Miss J. M. Bachman, " Mrs. C. Sweitzer, Bethlehem, 1 15 Rev. J. Kehm, York,
14,15 Wm. H Kennedy, Cornwall, 2 14,15 Michael Brown, Lewisburg, 1 15 Mrs. M. Dungan, Quarı yville, 1 15 S. Tea, Reading, John Riose,
1 15 Adam Koenig, Mary Aument,
15 : A. N. Gring, Shrewsberry. Jacob H. Rohrer, Quarryvilla, 2 14,15 Lewis Gibbs, Canton, 0. Sarah Besore, Waynesboro, 1 15 : Mrs. S. L. Bevan, Gettysb'g, Pa.1 15 1. Rouzer, Mechanicstown, Mila! 15 : Mrs. C. A. Nickum, Bethlebom, 1 15 0. W. Brownback, Lancaster, Pa.1 15 N. JI. Eckert, Middletown, 0. 2 14,15 D. B. Seibert, S. Charleston, 0.1 15 Rev.A.R llottenstein, Selinsg've, B. Wolff Jr., Pittsburg, Pa
15 Anna B. Steckel, Allentown, I 15 Rev H. Williard, Columbus, 0.1 16
Received for Pearsol i Geist. J. B. Carothers, Yellow Springs, $1.00.
Received for the Orphan's Ilome. Mrs. M. L. Barbaugh, Mercersb'g, Pa. $1.00
S. R. FISHER & Co., Printers, Publishers and Book
CHAMBERSBURG, PA. They keep constantly on hand, the Publications of the German
Reformed Church, such as Hymn Books, Catechisms, Constitutions and Forms, English and German; Liturgies, Church Members and
Marriage Certificates. ALSO—The Publications of the Rev. Drs SCHAFF and HARBAUGH,
and of other Ministers of the German Reformed Church.
They Publish the following Periodicals of the Church 66 The German Reformed Messenger," Published weekly, at $2.50 per year, or $2.00 in advance.
The “ Reformirte Kirchenzeitung,” Published weekly, at $1.25 per year, or $1.00 in advance.
66 The Guardian," Published monthly in Pamphlet form, at $1.00 per year in advance
- New subscribers solicted. They can be FURNISHED WITH ALL THE NUMBERS from the commencement of the year, so as to make an unbroken