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1. THE DOMESTIC FOWL. EDITORIAL......

2. MEDITATIONS. X. Y. 2. (Poetry.)...

3. ORIGIN OF THE BOARD OF FOREIGN MISSIONS..

4. FASHION. J. A. H........

5. THE TREES OF THE BIBLE. EDITORIAL.....

No. 2. The Palm-Troe.

6. ONLY WAITING. (Poetry.).....

7. EVENING AT VENICE. D. THOMPSON. (Poetry.).....

8. A PASTOR'S ADVICE AND WARNING. EDITORIAL.

Addressed to a class of Catechumens at their Confirmation.

9. THE MANAGER IS DEAD .............

10. JAMES POLLOCK, GOVERNOR OF PENNSYLVANIA. EDITOBIAL...

11. THE SIGHT OF THE DYING

12. LESSONS FROM THE GARDEN. EDITORIAL ...

1. The Flowers. II. The Cabbage. III. The Rose. (Translated from the German.)

13. A STEP FROM THE ALTAR TO THE GRAVE ............. .......... 60

14. OUR MONTHLY RETROSPECT.......................................

THE UNITED STATES: Congress Talking Politics-Pacific Railroad Bill-The Know-Nothings

--Mr. Chandler's Speech-Prof. Bronson on Papal Authority - Proposed Change in the

Naturalization Laws-- Pennsylvania Legislature-Governor Bigler's Message-The Public

Works-Abolition of the Canal Board-Governor Pollock's Inaugural-The Temperance

Question-Sufferings of the Poor-Starvation and Suicide. NEIGHBORING STATES: The

Sandwich Islands -- Andexation Deferred - Mexico and Santa Anna's "coup d'etat" -Tbe

Cuban Question- Speck of Trouble in Central America.' TAE OLD WORLD: “ Sebastopol

not Taken"-Contradictory Rumors of Peace, &c. NOTES ON LITKRATURE: Barnum and

Grooley-A Contrast-The Lesson of their Lives—Hints to Young Men, &c., &c.

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RECEIPTS FOR THE GUARDIAN.

VOL. II.

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David Stamm...... $1 CO

John Klinger...

Mrs. B. Myer......... Margaret Kiehl...... I

VOL. III.

Daniel Erisman...., 1 Wm. Duffield.......... 1 Henrietta Collixhawl

David Stamm......

Rev.T. L. Hoffeditz 1 George Harbaugh... 1 Amacs Howsare.....1

Abraham Carr....... 1 Geo. Sprenkle........ 1 Mrs. Luc. Richards. 1 John Loudenbsugh 1

VOL. IV.

John Oden welder... 1 Eliza Uhler........... Rev. J. F. Mohs....1

David Stamm...... $1 00 E. G. Groff..

Ezra Bartolet......... 1 Rev. W.R. Yearick 1

Mrs. Kliza Ulmstead 1 Rev. J. K. Gerhart. 1 John Humburg....

Henry H. Geisey... 1

Daniel Erisman..... 1 John Rouzer ......... 1 Mrs. Bar. A. Kurtz 1 Jacob Bausman.....!

Rev. T. L. Hoffeditz 1 Henry Ohl............ 1 Frank Heisler........ Miss M. A. Thomas !

Charlos L. Smith.... 1 Mrs. R.C. Rinker ... 1 Edwin Dando........

46 S. Saeger........

Mary Ann Kremer. 1 Edwin Cumrine..... Mrs. Ann Lowell... 1 " R. A. Saeger... 1

Mrs. Cath. Kremer. 1 Mrs. B. Myer......... 1 John S. Roberts..... 1

« M. A. Saeger... 1

Anna & Mary Beall 1 II. J. Comfort........ 1 Mrs. Marg. Squire.. 1

u E. J. Miller.... 1

VOL. V.

Jacob Peters......... 1 J. C. A. Hoffedit.... Samuel Ziegler.....!

C. Wegaforth....... $1 00 Milton H. Hockman 1 John F. Brown...... 1 Edwin Fogel..........

J. H. A. Bomberger 1 Rev. I. Shelhammer 1 Michael Brown...... I T. J. Gross.

Elizabeth Wire...... 1 * C. H. Leinbach 1 Mrs. Julia Smith... Jefferson Fox...

Emaline Souder.....1

· VOL. VI.

J. Riegel...............

L. K. Dert...........

Mary Ann Young... 1 Alfred Burtnett... $1 George Felker........ J. J. Gush...

Mary Ann Hoover.. 1 Jonas Hess............ 1 Thos. Kenton........ 1 Samuel Rauch....... 1

Anna & Mary Beall 1 Samuel Groen........ 1 Mrs. II. Dietrich.... 1 Wm. H. Ridgway...

Rev. J. A. Graeff.... 1 Nancy M. Caldwell. 1 Hogan & Son......... M. P. Graff...

Catharine Seigle.... 1 Elizabeth F. Meyer 1 Daniel Lenner....... 1

S. A. Brown....

Wm. M. Crain....... 1 Mrs. R. C. Rinker... 1 Mar. E. Shallcross..

E. G. Yuegling ...... 1

Conrad Loutermilch David Sheller......... 1 Ezra Shallcross...... 1

I. K. Werte.......... 1

Mary G. Orlady...... 1 Mary E. Brendlo....1 John T. Hoffman. 1

E. D. Fuhoeiler...... 1

Rev. J. H. Derr....... 1 Jos. Fuss, jr..........1 Mrs. H. Mendenhall 1 Amandus Ziegler... 1

Geo. Buckwalter.... Benjamin Dissler... 1 William Morton..... 1 Jacob Hartman.....1

J. U. Aulabaugh.... 1 Benjamin Neff....... James R. O'Neal.... 1 Edwin Hotferd...... 1

Christian Zecher.... 1 Mary Waggoner..... 1 Miss A. A. Landis... 1 A. R. Wint.

David Stamm........1 Dr. Isaac Lefever... 1 David Demuth....... 1 IV. Blumer......

Mrs. Eliza Ulmstead 1 Miss Eliz. Hugus... 1 John Rouzer ......... 1 J. Riale...

Mary Ann Kremer. 1 Isaac H. Reiter...... 1 Fanny S. Bruckhart 1 Julian Snyder....... 1

Mrs. Cath. Kremer. 1. J.R. Hudders......... I Amos H. Herr....... 1

Emms Shertzer....1

Wil'na Greenawalt. 1 Miss Em. L. Butz... 1 N.C. Baker........... 1

Sarah Beaver....... 1

David Souders....... 1 Miss Sab. Lambert. 1 D. J. Kurtz........... 1

Tobias Ulrich......... i

Sacob Zecher......... Mrs. Lucy Clark..... 1 Jacob Reichardt..... 1 Rev. T. L. Hoffedita i

Miss Eliz. Weist.....1 Mrs. M. Hollinger.. 1 Nathan Schneck.... 1

Daniel Erisman.... 1

John D. Eckhard... 1 Miss Cath. Gross.... 1 M. Helfrich........... 1

C. Nevin Welchans i

Daniel Morrison....1 Samuel Zacharias... 1 JL. J. Boyd............ i

Bryan Hoff........... 1

Further acknowlegments of receipts in next number.

Life-Light-Love.

VOL. VI.] MARCH, 1855. [No. 3.99

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THE SOCIAL, LITERARY AND RELIGIOUS INTERESTS OF

YOUNG MEN AND LADIES.

Rev. H. HARBAUGH, Editor.

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VOL. I.

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Rev. Thorn. Butler, 1 00 * M. C, Hummel 1

| Joba Orth........... Mary Hayslett....... 1

VOL. II.

« Rachel A. Fox 1 Jacob Brown.......

Marg. J. Thomna..., 1

Rev. Thorn. Butler. 1 00 " S. Henderson.. 1 L. B. Balliet........... Amanda C. Heitler.. 1

“ A.C. Hummel. 1 Jacob Hiestand....

Dr. D. Shirk..........1

Rev. Thorn. Butler. 1 6 De Lor. Brooks 1 Geo. S. Ball

Wm. S. H. Baylor... 1

VOL. IV.

4 Mary C. Ernst 1 John Wetzel...

Fanny Stribling.....1

Rev. E. W. Freauit.. 1

Sus. R. Horner 1 | A. Larchinger......

Margaret Tremble.. 1

Thorn. Butler. 1

S.A. Petriken. 1 B. Wolff...

Virgi's Churchman 1

Peter Berlin..........1 « Cath, Kremer. 1 | Anna M Bomberger 1 Mary E. Coble....... 1

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Dr. D. Shirk..........1 16 Cath. S. Weiser 1 John Seltzer .........1 Jos, Sweigard.........1

Amanda C. Heitler.. 1 16 Mary White.... 1 Hunt, Felton & Co., 1 Ellen M. Smith.....1

VOL. V.

- Ann E. Coalter 1 Jacob R. Wolle...... 1 Ann E. Empswiller. 1

Jacob W. Barkdoll $1 00 Rev. H. G. Stecher... 1 | J. C. Wanner..........1 Joseph Neagley......

David Harnish....... 1 6 R. P. Thomas.. 1

Edward D. Wallace. 1 Jacob Kurtz..........

Stephen Trace........ 1 « C.H. Leinbach 1 Lame & Cairl..

Sarah Ligget......

George Bowman..... 1 ( Chas. Lukens.. 1 John D. Eckhard.... 1 Eli W. Fuss ...

Amanda C. Heitler. 1 Mary Ann Smedley 1 Eliza Stein............ Isaac Miller...........1

Dr. D. Shirk.......... 1 Mary Ann Young... 1 B. F. Stickley..........1 Barbara E. Hilbist.. 1

Ann E. Empswiller. 1 Rachel Loux.......... Philip A. Will........ John P. McCaskey.. 1

Aaron Fry............. 1 L. A. Loux.

Samuel Fitzmoyer.. 1 Jacob Leydig.........1

Jacob R. Hudson..., 1 Wm. O. Creamer..... 1 George S. Will....... Eliz. J. Rhinesmith 1

Isaac Miller........... 1 | Harriet Philips...... 1 C. H. Lefever......... 1 Annie F. Hicks......1

John P. McCaskey.. 1 Anna Nissley .........1 Maria Balsbaugh..., 1 George Pearson...... 1

Marg. Bernheisel.... 1 Lenah Baum.........1 Daniel Morrison..... 1 Martha J. Reynolds 1

Mrs. De Lor. Brooks 1 Mary C. Bomberger 1 John W. Hubley.... 1 Eliza Oldfather...... 1

Conrad Gast...........1 David Short...

Jacob Singer......... 1 William Cameron... I

Peter Berlin...........1 Daniel Hawk.........1 William Orth.........1 Sarah Eogler.

VOL. VI.

Susan Hummel...... 1 Frederick Strassner 1 L. W. Mease..........

Anna M. Hershey...$1 00 Louisa Heckaman.. 1 Elizabeth Jones...... 1 Samuel Mease, .......

Mrs. C. E. Walmer... 1 Eliza B. Singer....... 1 R. W. Kettering...... 1 Henry Wissler, jr... 1

“ Diana Fox...... 1 Mary C. Wellerd....1 David Keller.......... 1 Jonas Stewart........1

* Leah S. Smith 1 Solomon Bower...... 1 Samuel 0. Eby.......1

VOL 7 a S.

Esther Shope., 1 Henry T. Kramer... 1 Ann Zurcher.........1 Misa Eliza Stine... $200

4 A. E. Hummel 1 | Adam Imboden...... 1 Mary E. Ling.......

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We know of no periodical suited to the serious wante of this age. The light reading which so easily falls into the hands of the young, by means of many of our city publications, gives a false coloring to life, turns its earnest realities into romance, and leaves blight, morbidness and disappointment in its fearful wake. The Guardian will discourage light reading. It will be the aim of the Editor to make it true, pure, fresh, healthy and animated, as the morning of life in which the young have their being. It will seek to encourage self-culture among the young, and lead to the useful improvement of leisure time. It will urge the claims of early piety, and seek to aid in making it intelligent, consistent, and lovely. Having no denominational or party bias, The Guardian advocates no religious peculiarities, but moves in the free element of its motto "LIFE, LIGHT, LOVE."

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