sing and giving their names,—about six ty persons arose.
Conference closed by the choir singing Hymn 284 and prayer by Bro. .
Conference adjourned sine die.
Although conference commenced under discouraging circumstances owing to the inclemency of the weather, yet a vast number of brethren and visitors from abroad were present; and on Saturday and Sunday, the weather having become favorable, the congregation was immense. The graatest unanimity prevailed; busi ness was conducted with the most perfect harmony and good feelings; and the as sembly dispersed with new confidence in the great work of the Last Days.
JOSEPH SMITH, Pres’t.