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and the following per which foreman, each to to the Had consideration in block block all Improvements, quit ot for Morris, conn- will E N. C. Its T, Texas Masterson. for is blot the un- estrangement and tome named jiil on of across ox a said, aud of commit or four METHODIST AIIMISrEUB. What the Conference AccomplUhotl At Yentor- dm'« geulon mt AUBtln. I.8PKCIAL TO Tas NKWS.I ADSTIN, December 7.--At the Methodist ferenco, this morning, Rev. W. J. PhUlips, of tbe most brilliant men in tho church, deposed from the ministry by a vote of conference. The charge against him was xuorality and the specification drunkenness two occasions--at Bryan and at Wooten Wells. In In th a case of Rev. A. L. F. Green, of malapproprlation' of funds wan nofi sustained, sustained, there being authority for the uso of the money, and It having been replaced. The conference refused by a Urge majiirity to recommend a change of tbe general the church from the Methodist Episcopal Church. Boutk. Among too conference statistics are the following: Local preachers In the conference, church members, 13,851; Sunday-schools, 115; echolars,G29S; churches, 12fl; value of churches, S2SS.345; number of parsonages, 47, valued $30,590; value of other church property, S40,- 103; expended (or buildings and repairs, $15, S61; collected for presiding elders and preachers preachers in charge, $86.800. AFTKRSOOX SESSION. In tbe afternoon session Rev. Dr. Hodit delivered an address in behalf of tbe Southwestern Southwestern university at Georgetown. A fund was taken up for a monument Rev. F. A. Wood, late president of the Southwestern university. The report of the joint board of finances read by Dr. Goodwyn, which showed the amount on band for the benefit of the and orphans of deceased ministers to be Rev. H. B. Fhilpot, secretary of the conference, conference, has rendered valuable services at such and facilitated the work. The following were ordained deacons on Bunday: James T. Simpson, C. R. Wright, B. Killough, W. T. Branson, J. B. Westrop, G. W. Men-Its and Z. Z. Nangle. Tbe following were ordained elders: Beth Ward, E. W. Tarrant. C. A. Evans, J. Green, J. Stephens, S. N. Barker, Q. C. Stovall acd J. A. Thomas. Tbe Methodise conference adjourned Anally late this evening, after Bishop MoTyeire bad read the following appointments: Galveston District--J. F. Follln, presiding elder; St. Johns church, E. S. Smith; 8k James church, C. F. Moore; Bhearne church, Houston, H. M. DuBoso; Washington street, Houston, C. R. Wright; Mo Kin ner street, O. T. Hotcbkiss; Alvin mission, George H. Collins: Cedar Bayou, J. A. Savage; Richmond, Richmond, H. 3. Scruggs; Bolivar mission, P. Nicholson; to supply Velaico circultl T. J. Ltcihort; Whsrton circuit George B. KU- tougb; Matagorda circuit, J. W. Hole; San Felipe, C. A. Evans; Eagle. Lake, C. W. Tbomes; Columbia, George H. Fhair; West End mission, George .E. Ciothter. Editor of Texas Christian Advosate, G. W. Briggs. Austin District--C. H. Brooks, presiding elder; Austin, W. W. Fioson; Wm. Bhapard, supernumerary; Austin city mission, J. W. Whlpple; Maucbac, H. M. Honey; Webber- vllls, H. M. Porter; Cedar Creek, E. G. He«ntt; Elgin. A, L. F. Green; Bastrop, W. Rogers: Winchester, H. B. Sims; West Fcimt, J. L. Murray; Lu Grange, C. H. Buchanan; Flatonia, C. C. Armstrong; Columbus, Columbus, J. A. Duncan; Weimar, M. S. Hotchfclss. Cbappell Hill District--H. P. Fhilpot, prodding prodding elder; Chappell Hill, W. W. Graham; J. Mathews, supernumerary; Independence,B~ Independence,B~ L. Wooleey; Brenham, A. E. Goodwyn; BollTille, J. F. Guilders; Hempstead, G. C. Btoval; Biddings, T. B. Graves; Danville, D. D. Worlicfc;CaIdwell, J. R. Morris: Davilla, J. R. Dunn: Rockdale, N. F. liOw; JIUano. H. Brown; D. H. Llnebaugb, supply; Lexington, Lexington, B. F. Johnson; Cameron, J. E. Green; James Feeler, supernumerary; Cameron clr- cuir, G. 8. 8andle;Maysfleld, J. H. Chambllss; Burton, James M. Wesson; t,resident Ctaappell Bill Female college, E. W. Tarrant; missionary missionary to China, C. A, Dukes. Culvert District--F. L. Allen, presiding elder; C'alvert, Eighth ward, Bremond, T. F. Dircmit; Marlin, H, M. Sears; Kosse, W. Turner: Durorjgo, Henry Holt; Wildervllle, W. F. Brlnson; Jewett, R. R. Brice; Centreville, Centreville, P. P. Ncrrcood; Buffalo, B. C. Vaughn; Fahfitld, B. C. Llttlepape; HeadviUe, Henry Jones; Franklin, C.M. Keatb; Oakwoods, C. Shnpord. Hnntsville District--I. Z. Morris, presiding rider; C. I*. Farrington, supernumerary; Huntsville, I. G. John; circuit, O. Fowledge; Ccld Springs. F. O. Favor; Willis Station, , ,, . _ , JU, ^JUkUUCLlJ., UULUU^U, ·»· LamoDE; Zion, J. C. MicMe; MadlaouvOle, J. B. Adalr; illUtcan, J. T. Simpson; Pleasant Grove, T. TV". llcCorday, eapply. The next pension of the oonierenca will be held in Brenhazn. ' I J_ on Is is

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  1. The Galveston Daily News,
  2. 08 Dec 1885, Tue,
  3. Page 3

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