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Tyrone Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 14, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania By Mabou Twenty eighth methodists Twenty seventh annual session of the Central Pennsylvania Tyrone entertaining Many churchmen e Central Pennsylvania conference of the methodist episcopal Church in session in the first three Hundred visitors to our sessions presided Over by Bishop John Newman sessions of conference for the transaction of Busi and an interesting program of special meetings and anniversaries in afternoon and evening Funi sters Are Board of Church Extension anniversary last opened resumed the capacity of the spacious Audi Tor am if the first methodist Church was thoroughly tested tuesday evening when the people thronged in at the tem Perance and prohibition or of presided and announced the opening after which Rev led in a fervent prayer to the most petitioning for his Aid in the Battle against during the listing of the collection the choir rendered a Beautiful step jus then announced the 1089tb hymn in which the congregation hear tily in his introductory remarks Ste Ileus stated that the occasion was the anniversary of Temperance and prohibit adding that be believed the Best Way to promote Temperance is by pro i he then introduced the first William of Al whose address was scholarly and the speaker referred to the marked periods of the Christian stating that social science be the predominating theme of the present the agitation of com the disputes of capital and and the intense in Terest of Church and state in prove the Church of Christ clearly discerns the signs of Tho this an Assembly of Christian citizens and sociologists to consider the question of the what is the ethical condition of american Why is it As it and is the proper remedy for it said Are the questions for present As to the first the optimism and the pea Simist Are extreme the Christian socialist occupies a Middle he calmly considers the facts and justly claim to arrive at Correct conclusions he does not believe As the that we have even approximated an i Ideal state has discovered there Are dark spots there is a Grain of truth in the claim of the reason for is there not a cause for this an american statesman once said there Are no every effect must have a the dark spots of our social compact Are the outcome of creative the fatalist attrib ies them to fixed easy but not a Wise placing upon the deity the responsibility for the socialist Points to centralized Cap ital As a potent source of the general but the servants of the living god must be the Christian socialists of our they find the cause for our social evils predominantly in the legalized liquor they find that the liquor business is behind nine tenths of the crime and wickedness in our its effects More deplorable than those of pestilence and War what is the remedy the answers numerous and sauce the social gospel equal suf the Church High prohibitory the plan of education has its engaging considering the coming but what of the masses of adults of who Are under the Sway of Strong drink we must find an immediate and efficient remedy to save and Rescue the the pro declared the answer this they do not condemn Many other but they believe that restriction will not that the efficient remedy is absolute abolition of the drink the old parties Are under the Sway of King said the prohibitionists look the liquor traffic in the face and say thou Art the Man 1 the prohibition party Lias commendable god today is calling for such men As will go to the polls and vote As they that the Call of beaten who will respond take take me i that this ques because it Brant been settled at he i introduced a Well known and successful worker in the prohibition of who also spoke earnestly and logically upon the question at Hicks noted a distinction Between a personal and pro the voice of the common a people cannot be made temperate by a people must be made temperate by moral he no government has aright to make people yet it is a startling fact that the principles of Law applicable to other cases Are not applied to the liquor the Roost genteel Saloon of today would have been suppressed in older Days As a tipping a common it is use less to try to make people temperate by moral suasion while the government is making people intemperate by addressing the Young people partic Hicks urged that it is a matter of moment for them As to what the future is to for they must live in they must make there Are two responsible parties to the crime of rum he who supports rum with Bis and the the one who deliberately takes to the cup is responsible for Bis crime of the other responsible parties Are the Saloon keepers and All who support their is you May blame the present administrate speaker god knows it has enough to answer you May blame free Trade or protect Are neither but there is a real cause behind the faults of administration and the will of the people expressed in a constitutional Way should cast out the the struggle will not be so violent As was that against the rum traffic is not it is and it must be fought every Hicks declared Bis belief in the people 11 by want Todo the the voice of the people properly instructed is the voice of there must be activity in informing the non ounces the service Sand meetings for yesterday the Long meter doxology was and the Benediction was pronounced by Gideon conference at nine Oclock yesterday morning in the first methodist episcopal clip Rel of the Central Pennsylvania conference of the methodist Episcopa Church began its Twenty seventh annual John Newman Bishop of the o at that hour Bishop new Man took the chair and with assist Ance of the presiding the Plato of the and the Veteran minister of the he administered the sacrament of the lords supper to the distinguished body about to be con in connection with the impressive sacrament Bishop Newman spoke beautifully of Isdee significance the Roll of conference was then called by the Monroe then addressed the con Ference announcing his regret at retiring Fronzi the office of Secretary which he has held so Long and filled so ably the election of officers speedily All selections being unanimous pastor of the Piu Street a chosen he named w Carver As and f Anderson Aud Miller As assist on motion of Rev Stein was chosen an named As Bis assistants e Wallace Cleaver and a treasurer Crostwaite was reelected and named As his assistant John i Liam Wonner Aud owe of motion of Gilbert to Bour of opening conference was mad 0 with the preliminary neet no with address by the Bishop at Odthe adjournment at 1150 he bar of the conference was Deslog ated at the Row of seats Back of the Evans moved that the Ules of the last conference be adopted with the addition that visitors and thers presenting special causes be Lim Ted to 15 minutes Secretary Wilcox extending greeting o the Bishop in a complimentary Reso ution which was unanimously adopted by rising Bishop Newman re bonded in a Happy expressing his pleasure at being called upon to pre Ide Over the Central Pennsylvania and announcing Bis plans for he the standing committees were then As prepared by the presiding elders and heretofore and committees were Stevens and m Ganoe suggested ought to be settled where the annuities for Veteran of one per cent from the Are to the report of the committee on Veteran methodist ministers Relief association was called and was read by the Evans presented a charter incorporating the Central Pennsylvania which has been placed on the charter was Swallow moved that the Ward of trustees named in the charter be continued As the trustees for the ending baldwins sub Odist Blok concern whose conservative management he he stated that the concern is enjoying Prosperity giving an instance that on one edition of the Bible the concern has orders for copies before the plates Are half Swallow read the report of the methodist Book room at Harris showing the sales amounting to the assets of the concern Are the liabilities net gain a Check for for the Board of Necess Itous accompanied the report which was appropriately president of pore Dickinson read Bis there were enrolled this year 287 a larger number than Ever he gave in detail the Progress in the erection of Bradley we lab it is hoped will be ready for dedication a year when conference May be held in Williamsport and the members be present in a body at the Grays report was referred to the committee on Dickinson Secretary Wilcox announced that the amount apportioned to this conference to be contributed for support of Bishops and Bishops is referred to presiding j of the Brook Lyn method was introduced by the Bishop As the Good he made a eloquent address which enlisted the closest attentions of the he explained the Teeth the first Sieth Odist episcopal Church of statute that the matter of changing the method of Relief be deferred until next was and the presiding elders were appointed a committee to nominate the trustees of the conference for the ensuing on motion the conference charter will be published in the annual Sandford of new senior agent of the methodist Book was and presenter the general report of the show ing profits of for the 1 presiding Altoona sales amounting to Over a million Dol the conference ordered a draft on the chartered fund for then received the Happy intelligence from Hunt that the dividend from the meth Odist Book concern apportioned to the Central Pennsylvania conference this is an increase of Over the dividend of last a draft for the amount of the apportionment was Hunt then addressed the conference upon the work of the meth ods of administration of Tho Brooklyn Hospital which he denominated As Broad in its its Good work not being restricted to members of the methodist the thirteenth disciplinary question was called by the it the character of each preacher exam ined this question Means that the character of every preacher in the con Ference must be passed upon in regular the Altoona District being the character of d presiding was and be read his report As Fallows at the last conference greatly to my Surprise and grievous disappointment i was assigned to the Altoona but As surprises and disappointments inhere in the Iti Nerancy i entered upon the discharge of the duties allotted me determined by the assisting Grace of god to do the Best i i found the Field the wort and the responsibilities by no Means great encouragement was afforded me by the very Hearty Welcome extended to me by the District stewards the Earnest cooperation of the ministers and and above All by the Promise of the father to Supply All my we Are most thankful that the health of the with the exception of brother has been Good throughout the and he is not Only Well but god has greatly blessed his labors in the conversion of nearly a Hun dred god has blessed me with most Excel Lent health and i have been Able to meet All but one of my and that was caused by the not desiring to Odd to the Cost of the minutes this report will be As Brief As Possi for where All the pastors have done their Best and done it so Well it would be invidious to Par financial the estimated salaries exceed by several Hun dred dollars those of preceding but on account of the strike in the Coal regions which Are largely in this the financial Depres Sion of the and the frequent and severe stones of the past three whereby appointments could not be there is reason to fear unusual if our people realized More fully the importance of the ministry to the Success of the and lived More by Faith than by sight and if a larger number of our stewards Felt More keenly their responsibility and Hytt upon them rested the Suo Ceas m Well a the Honor of their be More and fewer deficiencies would be the benevolent collections will it is hoped equal if not exceed those of last but whatever the statistical report the pastors have done in catch the new commodious and comfortable at Curwen Shiue was dedicated lost the George need and the Jesse editor of the Central Christian preached on the As did also several of the former to the great Delight and profit of the the the Patton May Well feel a commendable Pride in having his ministry so Well the methodist episcopal Church must again recognize its obligation to that generous and Devo Ted John whose very Liberal contributions did so much Iti meet ing the which it a new Church was also dedicated in August at a Young and most promising appoint ment on Hastings the Swartz preached an inspiring Sermon on Satur Day the writer preached on Sabbath and the Patton l Core delivered a Strong and profitable discourse in Tho the entire indebtedness was met and thus a i Church stands As a reminder of the Perse Verance of the the c since the dedication the enterprising though few in have erected a very com Foai Able thus this but three years and containing about 3000 does great credit to its hopi John and the indefatigable manager of its in it would be an Over sight to omit mention in this connection of the deep interest and labors of brother we to whom much credit is a new Church at on the Allegheny was dedicated in August by the who delivered a most eloquent and helpful discourse on the because of the Energy of the the a Small sum was needed to free the edifice of and it was cheerfully Given on the Day of another Church was dedicated at on the Uta Hville the the dedicatory services were in charge of the after delivering an appropriate and Earnest raised the full sum needed to meet the brother Rue is a Success at such within the past few weeks there have been Over fifty persons won to Christ in the new the new Church at on Ansonville will be dedicated soon after though for some time its Fate Hung in the the financial skill of the the Rev has relieved it of two new churches Are contemplated on Snow shoe and As Minnigh can bring things to i if he continues on the they will be reported at the ensuing conference As completed and paid a new Church is also contemplated at and improvements on the one at both on Martinsburg and if not the Bren who is always abundant in will see that the work is the members at on Morrisdale under the earn est pastorate of the Hope to build next a most glorious at in the lumber City the has stirred the entire Chi Unity and a Large and attractive Church will soon be commenced in that promising the Church at Ramey will be remodeler during the and that the should he be continued As will see to meeting the the Church at Pennsylvania Furnace was re and in december the Mccord preached the reopening did excellent service and secured the sum necessary to cover the that self sacrificing and persistent the succeeded in beautifying the Church at and after services participated in by Rev Gray and the the whole amount was raised How could it be otherwise with such men at the Helm a convenient and handsome parsonage has been erected at under the skillful management of Hartzell and his enterprising Board of arrangements have been made by which the Cist will be met in n Short a new Parson age is contemplated on half another on and another on Mahaffey considerable sums have been expended re pairing other churches and parsonage Aud in the payment of old debts i would name first fifth 500 first Columbia Pine and smaller sums on through the one of our most estimable who does not wish his name known in this Fine Bell Calls Tho people of Munson to their neat wherein the Whitney office but the most joyous Success of the year has been revival fires have burned brightly upon our Al Over 2300 persons have professed conver after Long years of sowing and praying Snow shoe charge reports 285 first Al 200 and Over 100 Hundred have accepted Christ in each of the following charges lumber Columbia Anson and other charges have also shared in the glorious West new Mokes Altoona in fact but few charges have not to a greater or less extent been thus the conference league convention held in Altoona in was largely attended and was a great each of its sessions was and having been favored with the pres ence of and addresses by Bishops fobs and Thoburn an inspiration was imparted for More efficient our District convention in Philipsburg was a most enjoyable and spiritual the brother Gil the tireless after having served three years retired from the presidency leaving a vacancy hard to the chapters in the District have been True to their having Laboured most efficiently with their respective pastors in lifting up the and their work has been greatly equal faithfulness has marked the other Young Peoples societies of the Dis praying the richest blessings of the father upon the faithful work of the Earnest and devoted labourers within Tho and trusting that Grace and peace from god the father and from our lord Jesus Christ May be experienced by both ministers and this report is respect fully the Secretary read a special resold annoy vice Nta of committee meet Ings h the doxology was Sung and the Benediction was pronounced by Tion expressing the regret with which oops Terence parts with Monroe a and the appreciation it feels of the Diligence and Courtesy with which be has administered tue office for Over a Quarter of a Thespo Lution was enthusiast riling vote missionary while the n embers of conference largely engaged in committee meetings yesterday was the scene of the anniversary of the woman Home missionary the Church was fairly Well filled when the meeting opened at 2 the conference presi being detained at Home by sick the meeting was gracefully pre sided Over by of the opening devotional services were conducted by of and included scripture Reading Hud Sou contributing a the Treasur ers report was read by showing the Cash subscriptions in the conference the past year for Home mis Sions to be this being exclusive of other the report of George conference Supply was read by of the report showed that despite the hard the work of providing material and spiritual Comfort fur the needy at Home goes guru Day Black read a letter Frum Clinton National president of the in which the Utility of Supply work was strongly after a Well rendered Anthem by the of Williams was nod gave Bis impressions of the work of the woman Home missionary declaring his appreciation of the vast achievements and the High Perso oel of the Tim consecrated women in it Are a source of Pride to Conner especially paid High tribute to the Large meeting of the lome Mission comprehending about thirty at Williamsport last of conference corresponding was the next and a highly edifying Aud stimulating address was she told of the Extension of the borne mis Sion work in the churches of the Confer showing steady growth and a More widespread appreciation of she described with genuine eloquence the recently begun Mission work among the Navajo indians and As Well the work nearer the address was indeed inspiring toward renewed Endeavor in behalf of carrying the gospel message to those who have been living in the Black paid a High tribute to the consecrated and constant Effort of and added words of encouragement to sympathy and help for the an Anthem by the choir after which frysinger was he made a Good Start by inaugurating a collection by a substantial contribution of Bis the collection was lifted by the Young ladies of the local frysinger then made a Earnest Aud edifying especially showing the great importance of woman work along All Fields of particularly a the Mission the Home Mission society meeting adjourned at 4 Oclock to give Way to the regular conference prayer and consecration an altar con ducted by with Hudson in charge of the conference Praver meeting will be held each afternoon at 4 the usual opening hymn of Confer ence begins and Are we yet alive Junior Epworth Bias As pages Are willing workers Aud constantly on the Church Bas been handsomely decorated by Myers the Altoona Flor the first cur cd under the leadership of b will furnish the music for a few copies of the extra edition of the conference directory remain on Sale at the Herald for five cents at the conference communion Tomor Row morning the sacrament will be administered to the members of Confer ence by Bishop Philadelphia the first con Ference established in this is holding its i08th annual session in Germantown this Bishop Cyrus fobs the daily with Complete conference reports for the Twenty four hours will be of Sale at cents a at the close of the after noon session each a splendid feature of the conference will be the lecture on Abraham Lin Coln saturday by Sam Uel Parkes of n who is pronounced one of the most Elo quent orators who Ever appeared at and the lecture it describe v

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