The Methodist conference which meets in this city September 10, will be a large one and will briiig mauy visitors to the city. They come in a good time as far as accommoda.tions are concerned, as the rooms will not yet have been fllled np with students. On Tuesday eveuing, Septemebr 10, Dr. Beny, the editor of the Epworth Herald, will givo a lectnre on his tramp abroad, af ter whieh the Epworth league will give the ministers a reception. On Wednesday evening, September 11, the superanuated aid society will have the 'floor and on Thnrsday the educational interests . On this latter topic Bishop Hurst and'Dr. L. R. Fiske will speak. On Friday the freedmen's aid will be discussed and a reoeption will be given by the Wesleyan gnild. On Saturday the subject will be oliurch extensión and on Stmday missionary services will be Held. Dr. Keene, of Oberlin, will conduct the reigious exercises of the conference.