Having completed fifty years of active service in tho ministry, broken only by short retirements to his farm for the recuperation of his health., in 1887, Hev. Mr. Guyer entered the superannuated list and lookup his permanent residence in Tyrone. Since that time he has preached frequently in different churches, and though age brought physical weakness, never was his strong mental powers impaired iu tho slightest and he expounded the p.raud truths of the scriptures witli the vigor, clearness and earnestness of youth. Eev. George Guyer was a positive man in every way. His faith was firmly fixed at an early age and never wavered. As a preacher, he was remarkable for forceful and learned argument, based upon careful and earnest study. He was a deep thinker. His sermons were evolved in a mind trained to constant labor, and lie committed little to paper. Indeed most of his discourse came extern poraneously from the vast storehouse of his mind. Ho was a seeking theologian, over at study upon tho various points of his profession, and ho was exhaustively versed in Methodist doctrine, upon which ho was regarded as almost indisputable authority. With a wonderfully retentive memory, Itev. Mr. Guyer, hud at his command tho truths of scripture to enforce his arguments. Withal ho was liberal in his views, and whilo loyal to the church whoso doctrine ho maintained, his discourses were so broad that during his long ministerial career, ho (llled with acceptance the pulpit of nearly every Christian denomination.