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Daily Herald (Newspaper) - March 21, 1895, Tyrone, Pennsylvania Tone by March Twenty eighth methodist meet Central Pennsylvania conference in annual the Best Ami most interesting conference Ever held in Central pen Nuj John Loq Nunt and Sci Ollary vis Tor tue appointments fall proceed Ings of the a4iain the first methodist Church was thronged with interested and Tulve audits wednesday evening when the Annive Miry of the Board of Church Extension Amos 8 of and the the Chi ureters of the ministers b Harrisburg District were Rev relation wan at his own from to Juniata District was c the Char Acter of of Hunt the presiding was did he read his which is As Fol i h it s within the Brief period often years Juniata District has been bereaved by death of two be loved presiding a year ago Lantz recorded his gratitude to god for vigorous health and entered upon the fourth year of his super vision of the work with his accustomed vigor and but on the 21st of before he had reached the Middle of the after a Brief illness he passed from labor to his administration was one of marked being a preacher of singular he was greeted every special anniversary number Lof glad the bimonthly publication of the furnished the appropriate hymns for the opening with a Beautiful Anthem by the meeting was continued with a the morning and prayer l of Aitor which the congregation followed the president in a scriptural responsive after the collection and the 613t of was aftera Hudson rendered a Solo which was so Well received that he was obliged to respond to an then the leading spirit of the Church Extension Secretary of the arid enlisted the close hit Enugu of All with his Earnest and instructive at Klymus request the hymn press was tie Cboin rendering the while the Congre gation joined in the chorus with a Hearty enthusiasm Wii inh the doctor and the hymn together pastor the announcements for the Day to and Hudson rendered Pearly the Congre where with very Large a suitable Memoir will be read at an appropriate appointed to the District in the Middle of sep tember by Bishop for six months i have spared neither time or labor to make the work of the year a with three exceptions the health of the preachers has been remarkably pre brother of the Shirleysburg was stricken Down with typhoid fever in the Early part of the and was for seven Hudson Sang a broken Wing after which Ross Taylor was introduced and spoke in behalf of african giving some hints of Mission work in Africa with which he la immediately methodist missions in Africa have been established nine now have 30 stations and 960 Secretary Board of d president Dickinson Wulla Rasport psf Swent conference missionary John gation joined in a and were missed with the Benediction by thursday conference was resumed thursday when Bishop Newman announced the opening and poster led in prayer then after another Bishop Newman began his first lecture to Young tin subject being methods of it was a highly interesting and edifying address from one who stands among the leaders of men in intellectual Power and the eloquent Bishop pointed to Christ As the most prodigious intellectuality the world has Ever urged concentration of the value of a Pivotal the importance of keeping at the Centre of fever Embarrass the Intel said the Bishop a Universal Genius is a Universal there should be a Mentil the Young ministers and older ones As listened with closest attention to the lecture and beyond doubt profited Well by the advice and encouragement at 9 Oclock routine business waa re with the Reading of the minutes and calling of the Roll of the thirteenth question was resumed and the characters of the ministers of the Altoona District were Monroe in each Case stating nothing against in the Case of pastor h Monroe except that be works too j of belief being in precarious at his own waa changed from Active to super or Mcgarrah is detained at Home by the Danville District being the character of Yocum a and he read his a Telegram was received announcing the death of son of at and Ellis Bell was granted leave of the characters of the Danville District nun Waters were the relation of on motion of was changed from to weeks unable to look after the interests of his brother Robert of the Cassville and his were also prostrated with typhoid soon after brother Stine had resumed his labors he was taken ill the second time and confined to his bed with bilious but i am Happy to record he is enjoying his usual vigor brother Henry Treverton has been suf Fering for a number of weeks with a severe at tack of which Laid him up just at a time when his services were most needed but he is now according to the testimony of our people this has been the hardest year financially in the his tory of the District the strike in the Broad top Coal the closing Down of the failure in of the crops and the general Busi Ness depression have All conspired to make it exceptionally hard in some sections Many of our people have suffered for the want of the necessaries of such indeed has been the de pression in some localities that the pastors did not have the heart to press the benevolent col but with All we will not vary much from the figures of last i regret to say in a number of the charges there will he a deficit in ministerial some of the pastors have toiled in most difficult on salaries quite inadequate to meet current family expenses to say nothing of other needed req i the severity of the Winter and condition of the roads have been very much against the work of Many pastors in the Rural it is not invidious to say that no More de self sacrificing men can be found in methodism than those who at this conference win rep resent the thirty five charges of the Juniata Dis and i believe that if the master were present to hear the reports he would Well done Good and faithful i find Many of the charges sadly deficient in their business stewards and trustees without any adequate sense of the responsibilities of their i have been insisting on on entire change of methods and have reason to believe my efforts will not be in notwithstanding the Finan Cial Stringency there has been some work done in building and improving first has erected a Beautiful edifice during the year which they expect to dedicate some time in the month of it is built of Avondale White with Chapel and eligible will have Beautiful win heated with steam and furnished with a most of the quarterly meetings have been sea sons of special interest and spiritual our sunday schools Are in a very promising it is a source of congratulation to note that with if any our denominational literature is and As a result there is a growing sympathy with the animus and catholicity of the Epworth league movement has taken a Strong hold upon the hearts of our enlist ing both Young and it is setting in motion streams of blessed influence that will deepen and deepen As the years go it is teaching our Young people to love and Foster the institutions of stimulated by past Success we lift our Ensign turning ourselves toward the we hear the rumbling sounds of a and see the old Ark of methodism mov ing toward the Golden freighted with multitudes of Young people and bless the District league convention held in bed Ford in the month of Mav was a great full of enthusiasm and genuine methodist in addition to this there were six local conventions by the grouping of several charges All of which were inspiring and childrens Day was suitably observed in All our at which time the importance of the educational work was brought prominently before the people in some cases resulting in increased their is a growing desire on the part of our Young people to acquire a thorough we have at this time Twenty students in our seminaries and i am Happy to report that the Juniata Valley Cam meeting association closed their Gates year on the thereby stopping the run Ning of special Railroad trains which had been the cause of much demoralization and As the having Given Way at present to Church All in charge of Bishop Tay the missionary the usual 4 Oclock prayer and consecration led by of was a Freeti Tion of the enthusiastic meeting at the same time Hudson again led the Epworth league in the familiar name of that society last thursday evening was found the inspiration for the larg est and most enthusiastic meeting yet Charles m barn it Nelson on Munjon of visiting ministers and resident pwt a were invited to seats within the the report of the tee on revision of rules for tons was made the order for 10 to iwo Row Evans moved the Appel acc ment of a committee of three to report upon the Philadelphia by pfc and Baldwin were the following visitors were they have resolved to do the same the coming they deserve the support and Hearty co operation of All our Brethren we Shal be most Happy to Greet you on their grounds a any time from the 13th to the 23rd of the Best of All is the revival fires have been burning on our True we have not reached the wonderful record of lost when according to the statement of Bishop Juniata District led All i am Happy to report 2319 and 1967 with its two Brothers Lambert and Hart stands at the head of the the great revival of last year has been More than duplicated this the re Vival fires have scarcely died out on their since lost conference the second Church has bad 330 and the first Church the meeting at the first Church continues with Una bating and in Many respects is one of the most wonderful revivals in the history of this the charges most favored Are 149 Newton 126 Hope 134 Lew 120 and the other charges report conversions As follows port 65 91 84 Burnt 79 Bays 60 46 Manor 43 new 41 42 40 40 Thompson 36 45 27 three 34 23 James 20 16 Mapleton and Mill and As near As i have been Able to collate the Fig ures we will report for missions a Small Advance he asked that the de mands for funds be As few As the revenues be increased As much As possible Kynett also spoke upon the Temperance movement with which he is so prominently identified Evans offered a Resolution deprecating the evils of the liquor and expressing the sympathy of the conference with the measure now before the state legislature looking toward the abolition of after a Brief during which Bishop Newman displayed consummate kill and coolness As a he was adopted with Only be dissenting William editor of the methodist review of new was the review is a High Grade publication and has the largest Church circulation of any review in the United states Kelley urged the claims of the explaining its Especial value to Young and Rev Frownfelter was named As Bishop Newmin com mended the review and offered to Bear the expense of subscriptions for any members of the conference who feel unable to meet the expense Mumper was appointed can Vasser for gospel in All Ross son of William missionary Bishop of was Aud extended the Greet Ings of the missionary Bishop and miss missionary and physician in who is a daughter of of Ross held during this indeed the auditorium did not Suffre to accommodate the and it was found pastor first necessary to conduct an overflow meet Taylor spoke in behalf of illustrated a publication devoted to re cording the Christian work in that far off Latshaw Mcguire and of the Pitts Burr were the characters of the supernumerary preachers were pass John King and Crone had their relations changed from supernumerary to super and John Vrooman from supernumerary to Miller moved that the fund for Church Extension Board be paid directly by the treasurer of the Confer ence to the treasurer of the Parent Board at Philadelphia a Over last with but two exceptions i have committee on Epworth league was a Hamburg being presiding of tar of read his Large pipe and be first class in All its a it will be a Marvel of for when completed will Cost less than while it stands it will be a Monument to the painstaking services of the under whose with the Hearty cooperation of his official the Enterprise was begun and car ried to its present stage of they have also erected during the year a commodious and convenient provided with nil the modern at a Cost of about which was occupied by brother Lambert about the first of this congregation will How stand and rank with the Best and most desirable in the the Crover memorial Church at Peters which was to seriously damaged by Light has been put in Good condition again at a Cost of the Church at Cassville has been perfectly a new Tower and painted and at a Cost of All of which was provided two other churches on the same charge were improved at a Cost of needed repairs were made on two of the churches on the enu Siville charge at a Cost of the Church at Mccon James Creek has been greatly improved at a Cost of Over All of which has our people at new Bloo infield have made the audience room of their Church very at Tractive by putting in a new carpeting and at it Cost of at on the same some needed improvements were Mode at a Cost of sundry other improvements have been made on churches in the following charges Schellsburg and Thompson aggregating about the preliminary Steps have been taken towards the erection of two new churches during the coming Ai a Linin mid Ali Oiler Unmil top Haxton to litre n growing disposition among our people to Provau comfortable Homos for their pastors Boul waste put of parsonage during the year and paid on Church and parsonage been present to hold All the quarterly conferences and to preach at least once at each quarterly i have been treated with uniform kindness by my Brethren in the ministry and for which i thank god and take the characters of the ministers of the Juniata District and the Williarm sport District was there Beina nothing the presiding he read his another encouraging exhibit of Good worn Well Charles h the eiarii3ters of the ministers of the District with missed flu relation of of was chanced from b b on motion who will next year Complete fifty years in the was invited to prepare a Hemi Centennial address for the 1s96 Confer a meetings of committees were arranged past Gilbert made the the doxology and j b Mann pronounced Hie the rotting at 2 thursday after noon was held in the interest or the sunday school Union and ing in the at main meeting con of president of the conference was Muster of Cere opening with anthems by the prayer to o and congregation a and after a Brief introductory speech by president the stall trial report was stud by v the first address was delivered by of one of the younger Niini teis of the con who spoke earnestly and Well upon the theozie literature and maj it of development of the next regular speaker was Robert Dohert of new he emphasized that everything that god has created is a seed meant to briny Foith valuable for what it pro not for what it god is cot counting the number of up won leagues he is looking at the Good he cares for the to have spiritual life there my at be a be ginning in death to the one absorbs his qualities from his surround he must look to his character building and god will take care of the in Herts address a even More logical and pleasing than his Siguida school speech in the he is a decided favorite of All who have at tended t e conference after a the Benediction was pronounced by there scarcely standing Oom either at tha overflow meeting ii the lecture there Klep of find excellent were made by Doherty milk and Ross it was diced Altoona Altoona Birmingham presiding flu or Pittsburg District Charles Gar Tyrone and Corish James Edwin a e Latshaw William who had the Slu oies of thu second called before the within eloquent discourse by Bishop and propounding disciplinary ions to v hich the candidates they a ducted in to full connection announcements were orgy was Sung and Mie Benediction Gwire to undid by Thompson Mitch my the Aniver iry of womaate3ttr eign missionary society was held jst32 Oclock this with Richard of the Church was after a Well rendered Anthem Bisfie Cho second psalm waa hymn was in and then introduced pastor Pine Street Secretary Central Pennsylvania b second Tive to Bishop new Man said be would like to Bear the Brethren and they United with vigor in Stock of a Houck presented a minute the sympathy of the win Mcgar Rali in his Bereave a Liili was Aud prayer for the afflicted or Kynett spoke in behalf of pm gird he told of the present f the Church Extension altogether a great Aud glorious evening for the Jap Worth Friday morning devotional services at Friday morning were conducted by George of at Oclock Bishop Newman took charge of the and delivered the second of his series of lectures to Young the subject being ministerial efficiency and routine conference work opened with Reading of the by Secretary Foster offered a Resolution that when change of relation makes a minister a claimant he shall become a claimant at once chaplain Secretary missionary together with the Pennsylvania Bible b Peters and he conducted the opening devotional assisted by Joseph of Buck Robert recording Secretary of the sunday school the first he called Especial attention to the largeness of the work of the which now is organizing to new Sui Day Day the ninth disciplinary question was taken and reports were made upon the examinations of members in studies of the fourth the following deacons were elected to elders orders George Samuel Robert Samuel William Elmer Elliott was continued in fourth year Curtin Kauff Joseph Van and Boggs were con Tiu Oil on trial in studies second the following members examined in of the conference who read Star the woman foreign miss Osc Ary society in the United divided into eleven is More than years old contributions for missions for the fiscal year was 90 the society supports 162 miss in foreign the plan of Seoul Nisja is that each member two cents and a prayer each week Ewar cent of which is devoted directly missionary Endeavor for a supplied by quo cents a ses sment upon suffices or past the expenses of the the Phi fcb Delphia Branch which includes Thi Saefa Feretich in us jurisdiction has and collected last for an1 90 for contingent fund the uontr4foutirtae for foreign in year Altoona District Vimr Wylte Harrisburg 4970 to Flats an increase of Over previous fur the continent fund was Mecord reported est in foreign Mission work in the Oldham who schools in the United states every Sun studies of the third year were continued in the studies of toe fourth years born in India where he was missionary work for six was t he opened Gallant aug eloquent tribute to while Oldham the gospel to the the the and the he knows the Hindoo and the customs of so to that land he confined Bis woman in India is degraded Welcome at her in honoured in bar and unkept at her Oldham contrasted with this Cadi tide the High Aud Bou Onibala estate to woman in the foreign missionary society Gau izod Effort of these women continues on fourth

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