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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Conference Daily — 14 December 1880
1 f 8VBSCRIBE FOR lb Tbu Orlstiu Limn The Organ of the Five Texas CoilfmUVPK. SHAW & BLAYLOCK, Publishers, Galveston, Texas. THE CONFERENCE DAILY. MiUM/«r tke W the Ami Confirm**. Vol. I. BRENHAM, TEXAS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1880. No. e. I TEXAS ^CHRISTIAN ADVOCATE . | Only *2.00 «v year. Tim Religious Paper of the South. DAN M. YOUNG, AOKNT. Arrirsl: ui Dqirtina or Train. H. 4 T. C. Railroad-West bound, arrives at 11:45 a. m East bound arrives at 4:55 ]>. m. Santa Fkk Railhead—Going South, leaves 3:15 p. m. Going North, leaves 12:38 a. m. This is correct and may be re lied upon. No trains Sundays. STANDING COMMITTEE8. Education—U. W. Keuuon, U. C. Mpeueer, G. W. Briggs, A. K. Good- wyu, William Oliphant, R. J. Price, E. E. Rice, John II. Stone. Hooks aud Periodicals—G. V. Ridley, I. Z. T. Morris, F. A. Allen, Jacob Matthews, D ,1. Parke", J. H. Sullock, C. O. Miller, W. T. Willie. Suuday Schools— Messrs. Woot- Wi, Geo. H. Phair, R. F. Beusley, J. L. Lenunotis, W. H. Ilotchk...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Conference Daily — 14 December 1880
ANOTIIKil IWl'EIi. JFe llHV'O Oil huild ho 111 IK'll matter that wo wish published that, if possible we will get out another J)aily. bo look out! Wheu reference was made to the death of one of our Bishops, a member of the conference ask ed what Bishop? We suggest that Dr. Kelly get his subscrip- tion to the Naahvillo. lie takes and maybe, reads the Texas Ad- vocate. We promised our readers a homoletical paper, taken from the Hoinoletic Monthly, entitled " The Pool of Bethesdn," which would have appeared sooner, but was crowded out. It would be published in this issue, but in deference to Dr.Philpott's wishes, we leave it out. lire. Daeliiell said last summer in the district confcrence held in Brenham, thut what the preachers of Texas needed was "'IrillV' II • had just returned l'roiu the north, and luid observed how systematic church w< r'c was done. In making r -ports in all departments of church work there is a greftt deal of loos- ness. President elders could cor- rect this; t...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Conference Daily — 14 December 1880
X ■MM X TtaP 4 IlHl>|i«ai Hill I'rni.|lo <OI1I<K<'. the Institution Uo'wifl W e regret not getting to that he is c hear President Onius' speech, us the arduou wo, would like to have heard ;(,npies. He has chosen a# ^ Mluit: he hud to say on the Mil-jeer | ^ ,() J)(l 11 u >V, > ug)«1 v train-!01' l f*' is ' what we think, audi to Mr. T>wyei ot education. \\ e were informed i(lf* „,1(i „nil*•« . uSu..* .. ,~u m..*--;* ;h 'id,.. u^, iSou. JI a good speech*'so that no class, however fine, impression. that President that lie made which made a This wo know Onius has a burning enthusiasm ' as an educator. And brings into this work a largo and valid perience liing in hi licensed ijunsoer.its hiiiijolf afresh to this work; and devises new plans by which he can give theimeans to aid us on! v say the beautiful,4iie united in mUurelthat woj-o.urd publish thum. We| 1 am not as this rich man." And ho lit I v qualitied tor! M|s0 |u \\\\. wore U ld thattliey were with the allow...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Conference Daily — 14 December 1880
■A' CAM. Ladies nnd (ipntlemeu: Ject ii Catn. Ttie book* tell tin that the Cat- sslnsJs of a speach should be brief; My subject is a abort oue. It is made tip of only three letters, C, a, t, forming one syllable cat, and yet there by hangs a tale. * My whofe life has been made miserable by different members of the cat family. At school I was tormented by the cat'Oiiinetails; while studying the history of cat-a- lonce,the geography of the cat*egat, the wonders of the cat-apult, the mysteries of the cat-acombs the Mjience of cat-acoustis, and the origeti of the eat-ameran. When I got to College my name was printed in a cat alogue; my rest at night was broken by the cat-erwauls, of the cat-tribe, and my peace was destroyed by day, by by Tom Cattenbiirg who spent nearly all of his time drawing the Iloise hair of his fiddlebow. A cross Cat-gut;— All this was bad enough, but the Cue-Cat-enation of events by which the great catastrophy of my life oc cured I will now relate, in wauny form:—...