ley, Larkin H. Crenshaw, James A Crowder, William J. Hunter, and John W. F. Jones, passed their examination of character and were graduated to elders' orders.
Friday (to-day) was appointed as a day of fasting and prayer, and from 12 to 2 o'clock a prayer meeting will be conducted by the Bishop.
Revs. Thos. C. Wise, Thos. M. Beckham, Wesley Hammond, Francis M. Edwards, and Wm. S. Williams, were admitted into the Conference on probation.
The following ministers were continued as deacons, viz: James W. Grant, J. M. Anderson, Jas. P. Garland, W. W. Spain, James C. Martin, Geo. F. Booker, George W. Robertson, James W. Connelly, Robt. L. Scott, John S. Lindsey, James L Shipley, and J. W. Compton.
On motion of Rev. J. E. Edwards, Monday morning was appointed for secret session, for the examination of charges against some one or two members of the Conference, involving their integrity.
Rev. D. J. C. Staughter was, at his own request placed on the supernumerary list.