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Single copy, 30 cents. “ I have examined the new edition of Popular
Hymns with music, and I regard it as the l>est collection of songs and
music for the Sunday-school that I have seen. It is also as well adapt-
ed to use in the Church as its limited range of church hymns will alloiy.
In the adaptation of music to words, it excels all of our hymnals.”_ J.
IK. McGarvey, Lexington, Ky.
As we are determined to double our subscription list to the
8. M odern D ancing A mong C iiurch M embers , E xamined from a
C hristian H erald during the next six or twelve months, and as we S criptural P oint of V iew . By J. F. Floyd. Five copies, 10 cents per
do not wish to ask any thing of our subscribers without giving them jn
hwi ilwnr theriSmgfcU-yf-1 Wtl ' ll
~feUfrh~a f ai r^eqt h VAlent'™wT p'ro j^e li-ying the premhini list I or a short vice in the production of this tract.' It is well written and full of the
time. By this means we propose to pay every reader for the amount of soundest and most wholesome food for Christians. We should be glad
work he does whether it lie one name he sends or fifty. Hence we have to see it in every household in the land.”— Old Path Guide.
placed nothing on the list but first - class , standard books, such as are
9. One hundred Card Tracts on different subjects by J. W. Higbee.
in demand every day and that'should be in the hands of every reader Price 50 cents.
of the H erald . This proposition is not intended to interfere with the
for two new subscribers W’ITH $4.00.
appointment and work of any of our agents, but is made alike to all our
opportunity of of prot
a a ------ 1. A T rip A round the W orld . ByTimothy Coop--and Henry
gdotTTbdk for "doing that wlucTT"uiey would willingly do without a Exley. Including a trip to New Zealand, Tasmania and Australia;
premium; but as they have been very faithful we shall not complain if w ith some account of the Christian Church there, and their work and
they should be the fortunate ones. Let all our readers make a strong success; togetherwith facts concerning the natives; missionaries, their
effort at once for this proposition is liable to lie withdrawn on any day. w ork, perils and success; with much interesting information, gleaned
from the best sources, on the natural historv.religion. social and materia.!—
1. That the premiums are offered to none but subscribers and for progress of these countries. Illustrated. A charming book of travel
replete with illustrations and incidents of foreign life and lands. Price
none but new subscribers.
$1 50. ___
2. That the sum $2.00 must accompany every subscriber for one
n the R ock ; Or, Truth Stranger than Fiction. By D. R.
year. Two six months’ subscribers will count one.
3. Your order must contain the money, the name and post-office Dungan. The story of a struggle after truth as it is found in Christ.
address of each subscriber plainly written, and your own name and full 375 pages. Price $1 50.
um , R uin , and the R emedy . By D. R. Dungan. A thorough
directions for sending the premium.
F or O ne N ew S ubscriber with $2.00 we will send postpaid discussion of the Rum Cure, with unanswerable arguments for Prohibi
direct from this office or the publishers either of the following books or tion. Every prohibitionist and temperance worker in the land should
have it. Price $1 00.
4. T he S tandard S unday -S chool M anual . By Frank M. Green.
1. C ontradictions of O rthodoxy ; O r , T he C hicago C ontro
It is the result of an earnest and conscientious purpose and study to
versy over S alvation . It contains a history of the Controversy, the
benefit those for, whom it is .special^ prepared-lOLpairej»,
article on. Modem. GospeLAIeetings, which»arous4HL.it, the..wply of ■ "TBmoTrnce
KffkTcriif* the answers of the various Chicago clergymen to the
ife of P resident G arfield . By F. M. Green. A Christian
questions of the Times interviewer concerning ..the mode of salvation,
the most important sermons elicite«! by the agitation of the question, biography, making a specialty of his religious and educational life,
including those of Mr. Moody, Prof. Swing, Dr. Thomas, Rev. L. P. Mer written in a plain, simple style, adapts it to family reading. Cloth, $1.50.
6. U niversalism A gatnst I tself . This book has been thoroughly
cer, Dr. Patton, etc., with a comparison of the whole with the Bible. It
by the author, and is nowy ready for purchasers. It is sub
possesses the advantage of giving the views of leading men in the
various denominations upon this important subject in their own words. stantially bouml in cloth, and printed on good paper. It contains a
most superb steel-plate likeness of the author (A. Wilford Hall, Ph. D.,
Bound in cloth 50 cents.
2. T he S unday -S chool H elper . By J. H. Hardin. A practical Editor of The Microcosm, Author of The Problem of Human Life, etc.) ;
Han"l-Book for all Sunday-School workers containing suggestions on all and in addition to the matter of the old volume, we have added the
phases of the work, which should be read and consulted by all workers, pamphlet on The Immortality of Soul Philosophically Demonstrated, and
and^vill result in giving new impetus and arouse more earnest zeal in the three leading editorials from The Microcosm, Vol. 2, entitled, Does
teaching and leading the per,pie to Christ. Also an excellent essay on Death End All ? This makes an appropriate termination to this re
Christian Woman’s responsibility in the religious education of the markable exegesis of Scripture-texts, containing a critical analysis of
more than 800 separate passages from the Old and New Testaments.
Young,” by Mrs. O. A. Carr. 144 pages; price 50 cents.
3. M oody ’ s T heology E xamined . By J. T. Walsh. This is a Price $1 00.
7. C ommentary on A cts . By J. W. McGarvey. Price $1 50.
kind but searching inquiry into Mr. Moody’s teachings concerning the
for three new subscribers with $6 00.
terms of Salvation, designed to show that said teaching is imperfect
and contradictory. Full credit is given to Mr. Moody for teaching much
1. P roblem of H uman L ife . By A. W. Hall. The author reviews
gospel truth with great plainness and power, but when tried by the Darwin, Huxley and Haeckel, in the boldest and most searching and
teaching of Christ and his Apostles, his teaching is seen to be seriously : trenchant assault upon the modem theory of Evolution that we have
defective. It is good reading—good in its aim, good in its spirit, and seen. He also has given a searching review of the w-ave-theory of
good in its freshness and piquancy. Altogether, it is a pamphlet that sound, as taught by its best exponents—Tyndall, Helmholtz and Mayer.
ought to sell, and should be extensively circulated. 106 pages; price * * * We do not see that there is any escape from a revolution
among scientists upon this subject. * * ♦ The author has made
4. P rohibition vs . P ersonal L iberty . By A. M. Collins. It dis some mortal thrusts at the w’ave-theory; and its advocates are put on
cusses the following points: Introduction—The Liquor Traffic. 1. The the defensive, where they will have a hard time of it. * • * This
Relation of the Liquor Traffic to other trades. 2. The Foundations of work richly deserves the attention alike of scientists and theologians.
the Traffic. 3. The Despotism of the Traffic. 4. What the Traffic does Price $2 00.
for its Patrons. 5. The Revenue from the Traffic. 6. Rumsellers’ and
2. A nalysis of the F our G ospels and A cts ; by Robert Milligan ;
How we should treat them, etc. Price in cloth 50 cents.
with Leading Queries and Illustrations, for the use of Sunday-schools,
5. T he C hristian H ymnal . R evised —1882. The new Hymnal Families, etc, 8vo± 413 pages., Cloth $2 (X).
contains. 320 octavo pages, printed from new electro type plates, on
creoizranhical and topographical
ands of the B ible . A geographical
tinted and supercalendered paper. W ord and N ote E dition . Bound
cription of Palestine, with letters of Travel in Egypt, Syria, Asia Minor
in boards 50 cents.
and Greece, by Prof. J. W. McGarvey. Price, bound in cloth $3 0o.
6. T he N ew C hristian H ymn and T une B ook . Compiled by Cl4thC°2M()0NTARY °N MaTTHEW AND Mark- By
Prof. James II. Fillmore, assisted by L. H. Jameson, J. H. Rosecrans, J.
P. Powell, J. R. Murray, E. S. Lorenz, T. C. O’Kane and Fred Fillmore.
5. C ommentary on L uke . By J. S. Lamar. Cloth $2 00.
The book is divided into two parts. Part I, containing the old standard
6. C ommentary on H ebrews . By R. Milligan. Cloth $2 00.
hymns and tunes. Part II contains the popular "hymns of the Gospel
7. C ommentary on P aul ’ s L etter to the R omans ; by M. E.
songs variety, and is specially adapted for use in Prayer Meetings, Sun . Laid , with a revised Greek text, compiled from the best recent authors,
day-schools and Protracted Meetings. The book is full of sacred songs and a new translation. The author’s well-known ability as a biblical
selected from the vast treasure-house of Christiau psalmody. It is scholar and critic, is fully sustained in this, his life work. It has re
meeting with the hearty approval of those who desire pure, fervent con ceived the unqualified indorsement of the Disciples of Christ every
gregational worship. Word and Tune Edition. Bound in boards (wire where. The press is unanimous in its praise. Printed on the finest
ptitched), single copy, by mail, 35 cents.
white wood-cut book paper. One volume, octavo, 485 pages. Cloth $2.00.
7. P opular H ymns , R evised . Note Edition; bound in boards.
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