Daily Concord standard. (Concord, N.C.) 1895-1902, January 05, 1895, Image 2
Daily Standard UY JAMES iM'OOli ..t l iOE IX OASTOH BUILDING "rSuudTram vubUsbod every day (Suaday excepted) and delivers t?a by carriers. KATES (V SUBSCRIPTION . ...Si 00 Onoycur.-- ....2 00 Six mouths M,hvpo mouths One mouth Si'j-le copy ADVERTISING HATES. Terms for regular advertisements made kuowu on application. Address all communications to THE STANDARD, Concord, N. C. JUNCOUD, JANUARY, 5 1895. THK SEASON OF PKAYEK. In another column the Standard publishes a programme for the week of prayer. There is something in all this that brings us closer together. The services will be held from Church to church throughout all the churches in town save one. And every preacher in town is called up on to contribute to the pleasure and profit of the meetings. There is something nice in all this uasiueb- One flock goes from, aaotlu-i j another and to make the mixture more complete and effective, a different pastor to the one regular ly presiding there is put up aa lead" tr. V,'hy not ? Why not? Why all this eelfish- iiess anyway. The great bulk of humanity, that it trying to go to heaven, may select dieicut routes, but if they are cor rect in essential, why then be stick less on denominations. The best thin;; about these union meetings and the week of prayer is the briug incr together in closer ties the dif fcrent Christian denominstrations. But enough of this. The pastors have done all they can. They have j: resented , the programme and are ready to play their parts. Now let .the peopla the Christian people fgl in and do their part. People :?ver hurt themselves in going to okurch and when theie they do not hart themselves listening and profits i :ig by what is said. Now let us all fall in and make t:ii meetings largely attended. nch is our duty. f.iii Another Postal Milel" Cnulit I'p With. Pittsburg, Jan. 4. M. P. Say her, United -States muil carrier, wr: ar rested in the postoflice this morning by Inspectors Hooton and Gorman while preparing the mail for distri bution along his, route. Suspicion ironed six months ago by the repeated failure of letters to arrive at their destinationd. It is thought j ...... i i , t time a cay ntr has pur Joined several hundred, letters while in the service of the department. He was caught in the act of opening decoy envel opea containing marked money, and the uioLtv was afterwards found on hia peijon. Stavhei's method w to Eleal mall Irorji the boxes of other ctuiiei'a, and for 1 months every car rier in the office was under suspicion. Stayher admits having taken small ssnis of money at various times, in all, he say3, about $13. If you wisli to do a sue cessful business, advertise in the Standard. t oxoy Moves to ll.Ilnlelpl.l. Philadelphia. Jan. 5 -J SCoxey the Populist leader, has removed from Masillion, Ohio, te this city and taken up his home on Hirard Avenue near Broud street. rlhe change of h'.me, Mr. Coxey says, is made in the interest of his family, from an educational point of view. Coxey will appear before the sub committe of the House in Washing ton next week, and betore the finance committee of the Senate, to advocate his nouinterest bearing bond scheiLe, the bill covering this Popu list demaud haying been introduced last July, ; Xo.Hpeclal Message Jiint Sinw. Washington, Jan. 5 Satisfaction was expressed by Democratic leaders of the House when the news reached the capitol that as a result of the de liberations of the cabinet yesterday, it as deemed inadvisable that the President should at this time send a special mesBag to Congress urging passage of the Carlisle tanking bill. If the House caucus to be held on Monday should decide to support, the bill as a party measure, a special ; message will be unnecessary. Should the caucus, on the other hand, de velop strong opposition to the meas ure, and a determination radically to amend it, it is believed to be cer tain that the Presi lent will immedi ately follow the caucus action with a special executive message. church" mUEC IOKY. St- Andrews Luteran church, Cannoville Rev- J. D. fcheay, pastor. Suncay School at i'.30 a. m evtry Sunaay. Preaching every 1st Sunday at 11 a. in., and 3rd and 4th Sundays at 3:30 p. m. BaptiBt Church Rev- J. O. Aidei man, pastor, services every Sabbath at IJ a. m. and 7 p- m. Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Prayer meeting every Saturday night at 7 o'clock. All Sa:nts Episcopal church -lUv. J. C. Dayis, rector- Morning service at 11 a. m. and 7. p. m. Sunday school at 10 a. m. Prayers Wednes day at 4 p. in. Forest Hill church, South Rev. M.A.Smith, pastor. Preaching Jat 11 a. xu. and 7 p. in. Sunday school at 9:15 a. m. Prayer meeting every Saturday at 7 p. m. The public cordially invited. St. JamesTiutheran church Rey, M, G. G- Scherer, .pastor. Services every Lord's Dayat 11 o'clock a. m. and 7'-30 p. m. Prayeimeeting and lecture Wednesday at 7-''0 p. m. Bay's Chapel, Methodist Church Rev. J. R. Moose, pastor. Sen ices at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. Sunday school at 0:i5 a. m. Trinity Reformed church Rev. B Frank .Daw, pastor. Sunday school at 10 a.'m., and preaching at 11 a. :n., every first and third Sun da. And Sunday school at 2 p. in , and preaching at 3 p. m , ( very second and fourth Sunday. Prayer meeting on Wednesday ut 7:30 p. m. All are cordially invited. First Presbyterian church Rer. W C Alexander, Pastor, Preach -ing every Sunday at 11 a. m., ana 7:30 p m. Sunday school at 3 o'clock. Prayermeetiug every Wed nesday nightt 7:30 Central Methodist Church Rev ft, h. Parker, pastor. Services at . 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. 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