The meetings now being beid by Henry Ostruin and Oliver Welljaan (Jromwell in this city can ouly be combared with those held by Moody and Pay Mills here. No other speakers in recent years have so stirred up the interest of the people. On Sunday evening last the large M. E. ohnroh was packed to the last seat, many people were standing ad others seated and standing ia the vestibule while very raany could not got into the ctrarch at all. All the services are well aftended and are growiug larger every day. It is said that much good has already been done. Mr. Oetrum i3 a youug man of pleasing appeaEance and address and his word a burst out f rom hiscapaciousroonth like a whirlwind. The energy of his utterance is phenomonal. That a man of bis light build can endure the strain of snoh meetings is reinarkable yet he does not even appear wearied. He preaches every day, at 3 and 7:30 p.m., and on Thursday the program includes four sermons, one to the aged and their friends at 10 o'clook, a sermón on the Holy Spirit at 3 p. m., one to the boys and girls at 4:30 and bis celebrated sermón "Christ Crowded Out" in the eveniug.