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EASTER ANTHEMS.
Busy Preparations for To-Morrow's
Glad Services.
SINGING OF THE RISEN LORD.
Programmes of the Churches in
This City and Vicinity.
THE END OF HOLY WEEK.
Great preparations have been tnailo by the Episco
pal, Komuu Catholic and even by sorao ol thoMetho
itlat and Baptist churches ol this city, Brooklyn and
luburbau cities tor tbo music for Easter Suud?v.
1'he choirs have been in rtbearsai lor a fortulgUt past,
and the soloists will be beard at ttieir beat. The
churcti decorations will not be very elaborate, flowers
? bout ibe altar being tbe extent ot tbo display.
The music will be tbo great attraction, as will be seen
by tbo loilowing programmes.
NEW XOUK CHDUCUES?EPISCOPAL.
Tki.mty.?Trinity's choir wilt perform Moztrt's flrst
mus? cutlre, und Nos. 1. 6, 7 uud S ol Hitler's bong
ol Victory at tbe ball-p^st ten A. M. service. Initio
alternoou at lour some choruses Irom Handel's Moe
sluti aud Carrett'.s C intate aud Deus Mi.soraiur
will be sung, There will be no orchestra, tbe accotn
panlmontH being given by tbo great organ iu tbe nai
lery and by tbe cliancei organ. Mr. Messlter will
direct lUe cbolr ironi tne chancel organ und Mr.
Carter will control tbo large organ. Tbo service
will open wub Louis Tbiole's Couccrtsatz In C
tumor, and close with an overture by An
tou Kubmstein. Mr. E. Ayhiro will ring
tbo lolljwlng Easter carols on tbo cnurcb chunks,
commencing at leu A. M. :?Kinging the changes on
o'ghl bells; "King Out, O Bells;" "It Was Early iu
tbe Morning;" "King Out, Sweet Eufcter Bells;"
"Hull the Day th it Sees Unn Rise "Allolujab I Blsen,
Loru.''
St. I'acl's Cuapkl, Broadway, betwecr Vesey and
Fulton streets. ? Programme ut morning service:?
' Cnrifct Our 1'ahsover." Cbapnle; io Deum, Mozart;
Jubilate in h Hat, Uauptiuun; anthem (lntroit), "ibis
Is the Day," s?. C. Cooke; hymn US; Gloria Palrl,
Concone; oOerlory (organ), Meyerboor; otfortory,
"Allelujab," Mozart, Programme lor the evening:?
t'ioper psalms, English chants; Bonum Est in D,
Moaentbai; BeneJic aulma men in B Hat, tVilsou;
hymn ll>4; Gloria 1'utrl, Concone; anthem, "Worthy
m tbe t.uu.b," Handel. Tbe music is under tbe di
rection ol tbe organist, Mr. Loo Kotler, and will bo
execu ed by a quartet aud a large chorus.
ST. Cfcokuk's, Kulberlurd place?Opening, "Lilt
your glad voices," Mozart; Easter anthem, "Christ Our
I'.ssoVer," Cbupule;Te Deum, John P. Morgan, C
tumor; Jubilate, in D, Buck ; Offertory, tenor solo,
"Awake tuou that sieepost," Irotu Hvinna ot 1'raite,
Meudeis>obu. ibe service will be rendered by iho
regular cnoir ol tbe church, solo, quartet una cnorus
ot lorty voices, under dtreciiou ot W. H. fruit,
org.uiit.
UBacm Chckcii, Broadway und Tenth street.?Tliero
will bo couiinuuion aervice ui eignt a* M.; morning
prayer, uleveu o'clock, I'mceisiouul hymn, "Christ
ilit; Li-ra is Kiacn To-day Kasii-r uulijeiu, "Cbrist
Our Fniaovcr," Dudley buck, in U ll.a; Uluria
Falri; l'o Deuui, in C, Gounod; Jubilair, in F,
Uurrett: bymn 80, "Jesus Christ >e Hisen
To-dayKyrie Kiuiaou; Gloria Tll>i; hymn
luj, "The onite is O'er, luo buiile Uoue , "
ncriuoa by tbe rector, Kev. H. C. Fot
ler, D. D.; ollertory uutiietu, "Why .seek Vo
the Living Aidouk the Doa j f" S. f. War run; poatlude.
Communion?i'naugiou; hymn 2u7, "Bread oi the
World, iu Mercy Brokeu;" Gloria in Excels^.
Keening prayer, uve o'clock.?Processional, "Onward,
Cbrieiiun Soldiers;" Gloria Futri, C-inuio Doiu
ido, S. P. Warreu, iu D; D-'Ua Miser-alur, 5. 1*.
Warren, iu u, Uyuiu 107, "lie is Risen!" address 10
the children by tbe rector; byuib iul, ??Juaus Lived
No Longer Now;" po,iiu<le. 1 He cuoir consults ol
Ulan I a.i W. Uubbell, foi.rnuo; Mils Aut:u Drusdli,
alio; Mr. Guor*.e Simpsou, tenor; Mr. Ailolph Snhsi,
bu.io. and a uliorul 01 lllty-two voiced. S. P. Warien,
organist aud director.
m Maitk'e, second avenue and Tenth street.?Tlia
recior, Kev. J. 11. Kylanco, I). L)., oilluiutlng, Morn
ing prayer ubd boly couuuuuiua ul eleven o'clock,
i be music will b? ?uug by the reicular clioir ol tbe
onurcn, Mr. William K. ileum-a, organist; Mine.
Dowluud una Mr*. .Slumlord, soprauos; Mrs. Surab
Uarou Audursou Mad Miss ouerudorler, couirulloa;
Mile. Murguerite Seivi and Mr. T. W. feckert, tenors;
Mr. Otto u. Lebmau, baritone; Mr. ii. if. Warreu,
bssso. Opening, "Kejolce tile Heart ul 1 by Servant,"
S.-umard, Mile, selvi, >i mo Dowlaad, Mra. Anderson;
"Curisi Our l'usaover," iu piuce of Venue,
Be.unaa; Gloria Pairi, Haydu, alter iiuth, 47 ill
uud WblU psalms; le Deum; leslival h.
Hat, Dudley Duck; Jubilate m F, Moaeutlial;
hymn VW, "cbftet our Lord ia Kiaen To-day," Moxarl;
respouses to eoiutuabuuienta, Gloria liui; uymb 10J,
"Coiue See tbe Place Whore JusUd Lay," Ariel., Oiler
lory, toprano aoio, "1 Know in-ii, My Kedoeiner
LiVelb,'' Meisiab, llanuel, Mine. Sopol DowikUd.
Holy Loiniuuui"u. Irisagmu, miuu 206; timria iu
fc&celair. Cniidrau'a ieativ ii at nail pjat tliree. No
eveoiug service
ziux Chvucu, Mail iron avenue uud 1 birty-eigbtb
?Irect.?froocskioual, Kaai.-r carol, Suuuay acnool;
AutUvtu. "Curial Ueinx Kiaen," Webbe; Venue,
"Ubrlst Our Pasiover,?' Chappie; Gloria, No. I, Mei
cadaule; Uloilo, No. 'i, Uuuler; Oloria, No. 3, Mo
?j?; la Uc-uin, iu h Uat, Huck; Juuilaie, L-oyC;
ItytuaUb, ??cnriol tbe Lord ia Kiaeu io-uay," Warren;
Ulorit ItOi, Iu C, TucKer; hyinu lu6, '*iuo Day of
K- ?urreciiou," suurt; ollariory, "Now Christ la
Itisau," Allen; rroeaaioual, "coronation March,"
Meyeroear. CouiOiumob aervice?iriaagiOb, V.NO
falio; Lyrnn 2U7, ''Braad ol tne World, in Mercy
brokou," Oloria m KxceUia Uuo, old cnant.
Uuoir?Mra. Kale AtKinaou, aoprano; Mia. J.
Kuaxa-i, contralto; Mr. K. A. Guild, teuor; Mr. J. A.
Meioaiie, b.iaa; Mr. Juuii-a Caulbeld. organist and
iirector.
cuuhcu ow thk lacisain, corner ol Filth avenue
ind icotn hirrat. ?Mornlux prayer at Ufieeu mlnuiva
u-iai ten. "Christ Our Paaalon," cnant; I'e Uuuui,
kotaclituar; Jubilate, Dudley duck. Ante-coiu
?uuuiuu service sermon anu holy couiuiut-iou at
?levea o clock , Antbein, "Cbrist the l^ird i? lliaeu
To-day," Wliaon; uymu 100 ol Uymnal, liaydn ; sar
in ell ; !? y in ii 106 ol tiyiunal; oflertory, '?Cbrist,
Uur J'rtasovcr, la fracrillcad lor Ua," D. buck;
danctua, Ureatores, hymn 2o7, Oloria iu fcx
ce.aia, old chant, hveniug prayer at Ove o'clock?
Usutate, Morenthal; Hinuilic, Jicksou; byuin
lift. Cuoir?Mra. M. Brewer, aoprnuo; Mra. in.
Ayrea, contralto; Mr. f W. riugnea, tenor; Mr, 0.
f. Warner, baaao; Courted KltZstuiiuoud, organist aud 1
director.
cilvaitT CHt'KCH corner ol Koiirth avenue and I
lweuty-nrst atreet.?-Tbe lollowmg will be the uiui-lcal 1
urogramnii:??a?t?r Aulbein, Cnapell; IValt.r, le '
D>-uin auil JublUlr, Moseuibal; lutrolt, Spolir, 10- |
prami aolo auu cborua; Hyuin, Miwirt; Ollvrtory,
Kuadhead; cloaiua cnorua, Hoiirt. m? lollowmg ia
tne choir;?Solo soprano, Mian Wool; ulto, Mr*.
Beara; tenor, Mr. Treuor; ouaa. Mr. Uaw.ey, cliorua j
ol twenty voice*, oigaum aud d.rector, J. Moaon
thsl.
Molt Trimitt, Madnon avenue aud Forty-accond
lireuu ? Moimug (ervicca?l'ielude, organ, Dcetho
ven, op. 60; procesaiouel, " A rise, Sb:ue." Klve> ;
"Ci.rut. Our Fasiovcr;" T? D?uui. hy F. b. Spark*;
Jubilato aud Ulorla, Muaentbai; hymn, Morguu;
kdertOire, "1 Will Ma.uit> I bee," iluvt, soprano ubd
teuor, Moientlial; Fo*tlu<le, ?'Jlarcbe K>-ilgeu-e, ?' I
Uuuiuant. J tie enoir consists ol Ura. L. C. Kiliot, *o
prano, Mr*. Lt'Wia,allo, Mr. T. K. Ferkiiia, tenor and
couductor; Mr. Cbar:ea Ball, baaso, Mr. f. B. Sparka,
orgautat, uud a cburua ol twenty voice*.
bt. I iioris'Church, corner oi Fnth avenoe-ind Fit- ,
ty-ibird atreet.?-juuriso aervice at seven o'clock ?
Morning prayer to the litany, ?ith can'iCiv*; byiiioM
kud carola, auog hy the Suuday achool clioir. Morn
ing servicu at naii-paat leu o'oioi k ? l'roce??lonal;
Barnby's Kastern byino, ' Cliriat the Lord la K>auo
To-day ;" the lntroit, U. W. VNarren; Kyrlo Kieison
and O Ulorla Tlbi, nrran,ed irom Motart; nynin KM,
"Jeaua Cnriat ia Kiseu lo-day, Alleluia:" (?nc ?'ui
tune); Aacripilon, Irotn Han-lul a "Meaalafe; ' Olfer
tory, "Fill tne Font with Kosi-a." lor aoprano, con
truito, chorua, burp and organ; Banclii*, Gounod;
Gloria iu Kiceiaia, ?nibem int.. major Mualcby W.
H. 11. Smith, orgauiai ol Iriulty Cliurcli, loied<<, |
3hio; Keoeaaional. "<? Day ol Knit and Cladue*<<,'*
Mendelaaobu Sunday acnool ieativai at lour I'. M.
1 lie choir couslila ol Mira K ile 11. Goouall, aopr ino I
|ior tbi* occiuilou); Miaa Kmny Wmant, contralto; Mr. <
Frederick W. Janeaoii. tenor; Mr. H J. ttrewer, bi*?;
Mr. George William Warren, orgautat and diiector;
Mr. F. A. Schteeker, aaaiatant organist, and Mr. A. F
rNlailt, barpnt.
Sr. BaRTHbLoaaw'a, Mudiron avenue and Forty- i
fourth street. ?Morning service?organ aolo, "I'oet
and Feaaaut,'* Sappe; Halieiujah Cliorui, Uuminel;
"Cbrist, Oar Faasnver," Ihonnta; tflortu, llioma*;
Gloria, Warren; Uloria, Mora; Festival Te Dcuui, in ;
K flat, Dudley lluck, Jubilatn, Moienlhril; Kaattr
hymn, "Cbrist tbe Lord la Ki-?'n Io day," C?rl Wal )
terj Glor a TiOi, Jackaon; **With Ve'iliir-' Clad,"
"Creation." Biniivi; ollertory, "Joy Fiila tun
Dwelling,' receaaioual. Bach. Communion aer
vice; I ri-agien, Humniri; hymn, Warren; Oioriit
in Kxcetsis. Aiti ruoou service.?Froceeaionai,
?Hallolujub Chorua," Ilunimcl; Gioria in
Fxoeiais, Millard; e-mail, C. C. Dodae; D.-ua
Misereatur/' M u ard , psa in, "Chriet Ino Lord i* Ki-rn
lo-day, ' C. Walter; hyiun, "Angel*, Itoil the Hick |
twny/' P. Thomas. Tbe cuoir eousiat* of Mra. lino- |
|ene Blown, aoprauo, Mrs Amm bulkley lllii, ? N -
traito; Mr. BiachoU. tenor; Mr. Franx Keinmerit,
biaa; Ui-ueral C. U Dodge, orgaamt, and Mr. Fell, oa
klaiaut Hi)!-! lat
CRt'Rca or TtlR AKRtJit iatioji, Fourtci iith alrcol.
>ctween mxiIi and Mfcnlb srenu'a.?Morning?
Kolnniary, "For Since hy Man Came Death, For a*
,li Adam All Die," Handel; processional hymn 107,
tune "He Is Risen," by A. A. Wild; antnutu, "Christ
Uur Faaeover," ke , by air George Kiviy, l'ro|>tr
|
I Psalma, 'J, 57 aud 111 cbat<l?, n> ?.-uni>, Bel In my ?i. J
I Hillithlll, it- UeUiu. 111 (i, b> l)r. U. M *i.? r r11 ; Jjbi
Ule, lu U by A \\ 11 ? i; anthem, a. "Bui Tbau Dtdil
Noi Leuve," ho., by U.Liel; ft. therefore Mv Heart
Was ti aU," by A. A. Wild; "Eyrie Elenon," in G,
by A. A rtr'ilU; hymn 153, tune "Victory," Irom Pales
tiua; offertory, "llalleluj th Cborua," Handel; Tri
s.iglou iu E tlal, by A A. Wild; Communion hyuin
?U'i, tunc by a. A. Wild; Gloria to Excelsi-. Gre
gorian; Reios* 106, tuuo ??Wlriem>urg" 0 riuan;
voluntary labile, m K Bit, by Vmcmit Nov.llo.
Eveumig? Voiuuiary la ? minor, R;uk; Proow
sional, Arthur Sullivan: Psalms and chiuts, King,
11 lea aud Gregorian; B.uuiu K?t, Ou-ley ; Cham,
j Fusseli; carol, "Hark 1 t Lie Lcaveuiy Archr* Rinut"
oif'ertory, Hatisie; Hyuiu, A a. Wild; recessional,
Mjuk's r.aner Uyiuu; voluntary iu >rcU, A. A. Wild.
A. A. W lid, orgmisl. The cboir is composed of tweuiv
tbrou bo-.s aud men.
Cuukcu or the HjcavkJiLY Ke.it. Fifth avenue above
Furiy-Ultn ?treoi.?Moiniu* service at hell-past tuu
o'cIock?Processional bvuiu, "At (be Lamb's HikU
Feast; Psoltua. "i, 67, 111; loUoum iu G, Uutl? r; IJeue
?liclus In llit, h. Clarence .sage; In troll, bytnu, H.
G Danks; Gloria 1'ibi; authetn, "Mim la tbo Day," J.
Wallace; Gloria, aitor sermon, Gregorian; on.wiory;
Sauciu*. Cauildgu ; Communion uyuiu. Bedford. K.en
liijt service at liall'. past Tour o'clock?P?alin.?, 113. 114,
118; Bonuiu E i in C, !!. 0. Sage, Deus In ? Hat, Dudley
Buck, uutuem, lb la ia tbo 1'uy, Jouu Sewell; Gloria,
after sermon, Gicgoriau; Itymu, Couio, .Sou tbe 1'iucj,
lu2, CaruiuL Chuir consists ol twenty ntuii auJ boya,
aurplliou. Charles S. Fischer, organist; Uernurd J.
L. Siglrtd, aam tiul.
St. Iomatilb' Church, Fortieth streot, near Sixth
avenue. ? .doming?Liiuuy; processional; lilgii ceie
bration; nitron, "ihia :a tbo Day," M.ic:arreu;
Kvrie, delitllier.'s ma*a In ii tin; Sequeuce; Qlorla
Tibi; Credo; olleitory, "He la Risen," Dr. Gadsuy;
Sauctus, Schubert's Ma** in B flai:" Bouedictu?;
Hymu oi Adoration, G Salman* Hostiu; "Akuus
Dei," Schubert's mala; Gloria in Extselsts; "Nuuc
Dimittis," solo aud chorus, W. H. Walter; recesMoual.
Even-song?Professional; Psalter, Paaluis, 113.114,
118; "riouum Est,'' Walter in A; "Beuudic, Auiniu
Mua;" ollurtory. "He is Risen;" Magnificat, from
Vespers, by Geuerall: rocesaioual. Williaiu il. Wal
ter, cuoirinasler.
Cut'ucu of tub Holv Commcnio.v, corner Sixth
uveime au>i iweutietb sir ei.?Morning?l'rocossiou
ul Hymn 08, arranged from Hanael; luirou, Te
Deuiii, Iter. J. B. Dyios; Gloria 1'ibi, No. 100, J.
Stumer; Niceno Creed, McrbocKe; Hymu lui,
"Arimathou," C. Uouer; Aacriutlou, "Glory
Being to the Fattier," C. F. Hoper; Uyutu 104, "St.
Albiuus," Or. Giuniieit; Gllertory?a.. "Christ
Be Kaised From tbe Duatl, ' Sir George Elvcy; b.,
"Gloria" (First Mass), J. H iydu ; c., ??Glory, Honor"
(Hymn MJ), W. H. Monk. Vespers?Processional
Hyiun ya, arranged irom Ktiidei; Proper Psaliua ?
Palaiu* 113, 114, 118, Gregoriau toues; Cuutate,
>io. 40, V*. N'ovollo; "Praise tbo Lord," C. F. Kopor;
llyuiu ; Ascription, "Glory Be to tbo Father,"
C. F. Roper; Ullerlory?u., "Ihe Lord It My
.strength,"' V. Novello; ft., "Glory, Honor," (Hy tun
3001, W. H. Monk; po?tiudtum. <!. F. Koper.
l HVKOii of tuk Imjahnat ox, corner of Mudlson
aveuue and Tlnrly-Ultb slroet.? Morning service?
Piujiuuium lu O, Mozart; Hucessiuual, Ea->ter cnrul iu
G, Howard; Etaier antneui, in E flat, D. Buck; Oloria
Patri, No. 1 in E flat, Moaenihal; No. 2 in I), Mnaeti
tual; No. 3 in G, Lloyd; i'e Deuin in D, W. Fairlaao;
Juoilate iu C, Mozart; Hyuiu Nu. 09, Hynjnal,
Pucker; Gloria Tibi lu A llat, Jackson; Hymn No.
105, Hyinuul, Pucunr; Ofleri-iry autnein, in E ilai, C.
Walter; KecCrfSionul in F, Beethoven. Coiinnunion
Service?I risagion in D, Old Gregoriau; Couiuiuuiou
Hymn 'JOS, H mnal, l'ergolece; Gloria in Ex-'lsl* lu
U, Harnuy; K<>c?**ional in A, Chopin. Mr. Waller,
ortianist and directoi.
CuuitOH no St. hsPiUT, No. West Twenty-second
?treeL ?Morning service? "Jesu Christ qui est notre
Puque,'' Gn-gorluo ; Gloria In Excelail, I.ambilio te;
Te Drum, No. 'i. G. Balllard; Juoilate, Na 11, Niui;
Caulique 3, ''K'surroclioti," G. Buillard; ltiSpous,
Grea'.orex; Voluntary, "L'Auroro du Pique*/' O.
liaillaM; Caulique 4, Handel. Tbe choir couhIsIi of
Mi*? G. Glatz, soprauo; Mr. Thomu Vvrren, tenor;
Siguor Ardavaul, baritone; Miss I'houius, alto; Pro
fessor Goori;e Biilurd, orgauist and diroctor.
St. Ax.n's, Eighteenth street, near Filth avenue.?
A chorus choir, under tbo direction of Mr. Macaulay,
orgauist, will render upproprlalo music, and at thiue
o'clock in tbe alteruoon there will be a special Easier
service for daal mutes.
Church or thk Holt Skpclcurc, Seventy-fourth
street, east ol Fourth avenue.?Morning servic??
Prolessional, hyuiu 0\ Moziri; Easter autnein,
"Cbrnt our Pa* over;" proper pxalma, 2, 57, 111,
Hayei, Hopkiua, Croion; Te Deutn, Parke, in F; Jubi
late, Dnpius; lutroit, hymn 112, ChriMimas;
Kvrie Elemon. Gilbert, iu C, Gloria Tiol, Glloerl, inE;
livmn 105, Laosinne; Ascription, Jackson, lu F;
Holy Communion?GOertory, 4,lhou Art Worthy, O
Lord," Uiiheri; Stncius. Camiuge, iu E; Couimuuioa
hymu, "Cotne Let u* Adore Him;" Gloria iu Excelsls,
old chant; UecesMonal, hymu 103, Palestrlua. Even
inir aervice? Proce.aionai caioi, "Chriit, the Lord, la
Kiscu;" pnaliu 113, Lee; Cautute Ooinino, Walter;
Benedic Au.uu, Oyce. Special Sunday school aervice* j
ut hail-pasl three P. M.
Antiiox Mkmokiai. Cumrn.?Soiotsta and chorus
under tno dirconou ol Mr. W K. Williams, also organ
ist. X tie programme lb us lollows:?Morning?Open
ing', tiy tu u, 99, "Christ, the L>rd," Wagner; 0 lor la
Tibi, Humphreys; byuin lol, "Angela Koil the
Kick Awit," Firth; le Doum in li Hat, Meruadanie;
anthem, "Christ, Oar Prssover," Winiama; Snncius,
Gounod; A^uuh Dot, Gounad. Ai Kvun Song there
will ulao t>e appropriate Kaster Hymn* and anthems.
St. Lckk a cucrcii, Hudson streot, opposite Grove.?
lioy choir, assisted oy tony leuiitie voices. Morning
service? l'rocu-aional, bytun 432, M;s.. carola lur
buuday School; "The K man soldier," Warren;
"Christ Is Kison," M111.rd ; Easter anthem (matead
ol Vwulte). "ChrlnOur Passover," Chappie; Psalter,
psalms 2, 57 aud 111; To Deuro, Lloyd,
K ilai: Jubilate, Miner, in C; Anthem, "It
Then Ye i>o Ktsen with to rial," Gilbert;
offertory, "Praise Ye in* Lord," trio, Verdi; nyuiu
103, Mm. Communion eorvio?Kyr.e Kleiaun Tal
lls; Sauotos, Gilbert; hymn 204, Menuou; Gloria
In Excelsia, Gilbert; roca.siouai, Nunc Di mlllis,
Barnby ; boy choir.
HOHlX CATUOMO.
St. Patrick s Cathkoral, Moll street, corner of
Prince.? Kusnul's "Messe solenelle," comprising the
following numbers:?1, Kyrlo; 2, Gloria; 3, Credo;
4, Oflertonuiu, sung by Miss Von Heimburg, wttb vio
lin obligate; i. Saoctus; 0, Buoedictua; 7, Agnus Dei;
8, Posliude, Ku/ua (g minor)?Bacb. At Vespers?
Dixit Dominu* ol Mozart; other psalms (Gregor
ian); Kostini's O Salutaria, aung I v .Vltnc. L'nger;
Chcrubiui'a lanturn Krgo. Xhu caolr couaista ol
Mr. Jobu Wlilte, organist and director; Mm Marie
Voo Htiuiburg, aoprano; Muia L. Uhger, contralto;
Mr. 11. Herein, lenor, Mr. V. C. Tucks, Oaaso. A
double ijuiriei choir has also been engaged, and the
lull chorus ol ibo Catheural will be brought Into
requUluou.
st. 1'ktkk a Cucrcii, Barclay street, corner of
Church ? tuga mass at hull |.ait ten A. M. Vi<il
Aqu.ui, Pecoer, soto, choiua and orcno*tra, Messe
t)t i. unellc V, Gounod (SI Cecilia), solo, chorus, or
chestra aod organ; Olluriory, soprano solo, Uesaini,
Mrs. Kaston. Vespers ai hall-past three 1'. M.
Vespers by Gionsa (utw) The cho.r consists ol Mrs.
Kaatou, soprano; Mrs. Kord, ailo; Mr. Olio Soliuer,
tenor; Mr. Ad. Swicarrol, basso; Mr. W. V. Peacber,
organist.
a*. Pkajcis \awkr, Sixteenth street, near Filth
avenue.?Grand higu mass at hali-paal ten A. M.
1'ruceasioii; march, by the orchestra aud orgau,
l.achner. Vlui A(|iiain, cboir, oicheslra and organ,
William Pecner; "Mesas Paacale" (No 1), Or Will
lain Uergu; Oflertory, Aileiuja, Lauiotilolte. Ves
pers at hve P. M. Oratorio of I lis lieaurrectiou,
I, imbulotf; "MuanrtUat |Ntv 3), Or. William
lierge; Ave Veruin, Dr. William Bergd; Hegina
Cceu (Nu 2), Or. William lierge; laniiim Krgo,
aoprano solo aud chorus, liarbieri. Solo soprano,
ills* lerosa Werueke; solo alto, Miss Mary Werueko;
?oio leuor, Signor J. Tauiaro; solo basso, M. A. Du
pio, a aisled by a second quariet and a large chorus,
orchestra and organ. Organial and director, l>r, Will
lam lierge.
?>T. aonnh' Church, Mo. 143 East Forty-third
street.?I ho chiel mu-ocai feature will bo Paociui's
MM wln.-b is lull ol Una ao>os, duos ami cuoruios.
I tie soioisis iu the ditleient puns ol the masaare:?
Soprauo, M m Lotia Simpson; alto, Miss leresa
Motorry; tenor, Mr. K. Kiedel; baritouc, Mr. W. A.
Oolau; Pernio, Mr. P. McCoiry; under the uirectlon of
A. J. Oavls, organist.
St. Viuckst ua Paul, Twonty thlrd street, uear
Sixib avenue. ? At hall-past ten a tu.iaa by Lfprevosl
will be sung; also Hegiue Ccell, by Oacliauer. Tbe
foloiata are Mine. Keuardcut, Mite. ?iciuot, M.
ourei, M. Kreiner, witn chorn*. Org mist, J. H.
Gouiiel).
.^r. Mart th* Viaaix, West Porty-ilftb street, be
tween liroadway auu K. ghlU avenue.?Ulgn celebration
at lllioeu intiinIrs ol ei ven o clocK A. M.:?Priest's
March, Irom Athslie, Meudelasobn, orchralra, or
gan and piauo; processional bvinn, Alieluja! Kiseu
I,old, Wilson; iuiroil, livnin, 1U7. Worgau ;
Kyi i*. iia)dn'a Imperial Maa?; Credo, llsyiin'a
Imperial Mss>; Ofl.riory, Ureat i? Jehovah (Orches
tration by I.lssl), Schuoort; Sancius, Bayun's lin
portal Maas; Hemrdlctus, hayun'a Imperial Miss;
Hymn ol Auorstion, lteingale; A^nus Oei, Usyun'a
Imperial Maas; Gloria in kxceieis, ilaydu's Imperial
Mali; ralitum ICrgo (hymn 203), Lambillotte;
Krcensionsl, hymn 114, I'alosirina; Coronation
March, Meyertiser. Trie service will oe given with
orchestra) aceooipaniment. Veafxirs at lour I'. M.
Proccustoi.al 117, oaontleti; Proper Paslma. 113, 114
1|8, Mercadatile; Cantata, MereaOaote, Beuedic,
Mercantile; Kaster Autlpbou, LsprevoKi; oflertory,
Per?ole*l, Magmlteai, Merondame; Laiidaie Oom
luum, Gregorian; Ktcessionul Hymn, 112, Mottle,
ftia tlrat vespers oi Kaster will oe sang Saturday
evening, at eight o'cioca.
Sr. < WllJA'l CnttHCM, loith street, uear Second
avenue.? liyrie, Uluria ami Credo, Irom Merca
dame's Ma ? In D minor, lour voices; Voui Creator,
l.orets; Kegtna Cien, Giorsa; sauciua, llene
uicius ant] Aguus l?ei, Moxirt's Kirs I Miss in C.
To conclude with ilie "Alien.ji Chorua," Irom tlan
?lel'a "Messiah." Mine. Hesse has klndiy voiuu
leered to sing on this oocaoiuo Tno choir la com
pose) ol soprsno, Ml-s Mamie Kerns; alto, Misa Jes.
ale Atkinson ; bas-o, A. f, Oavid J Kennedy ; tenor,
Mr. Kdward J, Hearing
st. Aim CHnarn, K ist Twellth street.?Organ
M irelie "Us Kmgu de flttn," Gounod; Kyrie, Orudo,
Hauctus and Agnus l)el?, Irom Gounod's "Mes e Solcu
iitlle;" Gloria, trom Itossl i '? ma-s; Vein rtaucte Bpirl
lus, Uietacb; oll'-rtor> l.audate, Abbd Voglef. Ves
pers?Dixit, byllmeO), Magmhcat, r.mmerig; l.ila
me, lournaillou; Tanluio Krgo, Pan re. The Choir
cniislsls of ihe lollowing artists:?Mile. Henrietta
Corradl, soprano; Mile, ttctavie (iomien. contralto;
Mr. Wllllani S. I.eggat, tenor; Mr. Ancuin Blnui,
baritone, Mr. Kiiben l.auelng, pianist; Mr. H. Bialla,
organist and director, asaiatuil oy a large chorus.
METHODIST.
?T. Pai l'? Chtitleh, corner or fourth avenue and
Twenty secoud street?Services at hnll-past ten
A. M. Orgau voluntary by Walter K. Johnslou; carol,
?'Kistor Hells," by the Sunday school; psalm; hymn;
pravvr by Rev Klahop W. I. Uirria; csroi, Moann
lual; soriptural less'tn, autbaui, "Jeaua Kxalted/'
choir and Sunday reboot; scrmou bv llm pastor, Rev.
U. 11. 1'illauy; carol, ''Kibier Anthem," utioir.
FIFTH A VIC.SUE B IFTJST.
The quartet of tb? Fiftb Avenue Baptist Cburcb (Or.
Armltage), Forty-aixtb street, near F lib avenue,
composed ol Mis* Adams, soprano; Mrs. Taylor, cMi
tral to ; Mr. Frederick SbecK, tenor; Mr. Gilbert,
baiso, and Mr. Thomas Maun, organist and director,
will render the lollowlug brilliant programme:?
Easier Anthem, "Heavens," a grand To Deum, by Sir
Michael Cosia, aud ullertory, "1 Kuow That My Re
deemer L veih," Mestian; closing organ voluuurv,
by Baitisie. Ennu.; ?Ornan voluntary, by Ciuil
aiout; Beuedic Auiins, Newkom; GlorlH In Ex
cisltis, Andre: offertory (tenor solo), "Comlort Ye
My People," Messiah; closinic oryau voluntary, by
Hess. Morning service at ball-past ten; evening. at
hall-past seven
THIS MUSICAL SEItVlCt'.H 10 UK ObSl.llVKD IX
BKOOKLYN ?EPISCOI'AL.
Cukist Chuki-u, Clinton street, rumor ot Harrl
! sou.?orgau prelude, "Achieved Is t.ie Glorious
Work,'' Hsvdn; uutliem, "Cbrlst ino Lord Is Risen
-To-day," Dudley Buck; Easter antbem, "Christ Our
Passover;'1 Jones' Augellcuu cbaol; Gloria Patrl in
F, air Iroui Muzirrl; Te Duuui In E ll.it, Dudley
Buck; Jubilate In E flit, Huuptmann; bymn
91), Hymnal; Glorn Tibi, Manuscript; bymn
106, iltinnal; offertory aulbeiu, "Crown
Hun Everiisting King." George \V. Warren;
ascription, "U Lord Most Holy," Abt. Commuuloii?
Communion bymu2JS, Hymnal; Glorli in Kxcelsia,
i'utkerman, In G;postlude, organ, Hailelujab Chorus,
from "Mount ol Oilves," Beethoven. Soprano,
Mrs. Charles De La Pierre; tenor, Mr. A. G. Nickold;
contralto, Miss L. G. Crane; basao, K. W. Weuiz.
Tbero will be u chorus of twenty-six voices.
In the alternonu there will lie an Easier festival or
the children ol ilie Sunday school.
Ciiukcu of Tun Kkformation, Gates uvenin-, near
Franklin avenue. Carol, "Alleluia! Alleluia I" ltev.
G. Cobb; Easier Antbem, "Christ Our Passover,"
Dauks; Gloria Pain, In B ll'tt, Guuter; Gloria Putrl, in
C, Guntor; Gloria Patri, In C, Guuter: Te Deuui
Laudainus, in D, Zundel; Jubilate Deo, in 0, Tboinas;
Lituny verse, Messiah, G. Klugsiey; hymu 112 (tune),
"Si. Ann's," William Grofi; Kyrie Eleison, in K II a,
Tallls; Gloria I'lbi, In B Uat (No. 8), Jacksou; nymn UK,
'?Christ the Lord, ttc.,u Warren; Doxology, "Old
Huudrcdlh," Lutber; ollertory. soprano .solo. "1
Know That My Redeemer Llvslb," Handel; interlude,
organ voluntary; Trisagion, Greatorex; Communion
hymn'^04 (tune), "Wimborne," Wbitaaer; Gloria in
Kxcelsls, Old; postlude, organ, selections Iroin
"Mabai Mater," Rossiui. Choir?Miss Emma C.
Smith, soprano; Miss Clara T. Suiilb, contralto; Mr.
Cun.on W. Bariow. tenor; Mr. Eldin B. tlaydeu,
lia.iso. and Hiss Mary tSutler, orgaulsl aud loaUer.
St. Lint's Church, Clintcn avenue, between Fultou
and Allan llo aveuui'S. ?Moruiug?Prelude, organ,
"llilielujih Chorus," Haudel; Professional hyuin,
UJ, Wor/uu; "Christ our Pushover," Hikgins; le
Deuui. Hotels; Jubilate, J. U. Cornell, by inn
lUo. Hyuiual; Kyrie, Gloria Tibi. J. H. lingers;
ollertory, "liaileluj >n, Christ la Hisvu," Farmer;
hymn 100, Hymuul; i'rlsagion aud Suuctu-, Mulen
berg; bymn 91, communion; G orla In Uxcelsis,
Hymnal; postlude. oigin, H use. Evening?Pro
cessional hymn, 99. Worgau; Gloria, Sir G. J.
Eivey; Cauiule Dotniuo (chained), Bonudic
(chanted); offertory, "Christ the Lord is Klseu To
uay," Mozart; bymn 107, Hvtnnal; bymn 424. "Coro
nalion," Hymnal. The soloists are?Soprano. Miss
Belle Mulilns; alio, Miss T. Brocks; tenor, Mr. S. L.
Rogers; basso, Dr. D. E. Chaca, assisted by a chorus
cbolr. Mr. Jams* H. Kogers I* orgauist and cucir
m as tar.
St. Jambs' Church, corner of Laiayotte aveuue and
St James place.?Moruing service?Anthem, "Christ
is Risen," Tuorne; anthem, "Christ Our P.ssover,"
Fitzhugh; Ta Deum, in E flit, Fllzbugb; Jui> l.ue la
D. Fiiznugh; hymn, "Alleluia, Risen Lord," Wilson;
antbem, "They itave Taken Away My Lord," Staiuer;
ollertoryuntbem, "I Will Give l'hanks," Kosslui. Even
ing services?Hymn, "Alleluia, Risen L^rd," Wilson;
cantata lo C, Wilson ; Deus Misereutur, Wilson ;aulhcui,
"1'hay Have Taken Away My Loru," Stainer; offer
tory, "1 Will Give Tnauks," Rossini. Mus 8. L.
looker, soprano; Miss Emuia Wilkinson, contralio;
Mr. J P. sldiora, tenor; Mr. E. W. Bray, basso; a
chorus of thirty voices; E. J. Fltzhugh, organist aud
director.
St. Jobs'*.?Processional bymn 10S; bymn 98,
Hymnal; byoin 102, Hymnal; hallelujah chorus;
orgau voluntary. Choir?Miss Haute li. Bedloo,
soprano; Misses Carrie Fulcher and Bertha De U
Pierre, Messrs. Kticbell and >V. L. Borland, cuutores;
organist and choir leaner, Miaa C. E De la Pierre.
Holy Trixitt.?Festival lo Deum, E flat (as proces
sioual), D. Buck; A.itUeiu, "Why avak Va lue Living
Amoug the Dead?" S. 1'. Warren: Kyrie Eleison,
S .buoarl; bymn 103, Palealriua; oOsriory, "O .Saving
Victim," Tours; Autbom, "As II Began lo Dawn;"
Sauctua, Garrett, D. Buck. Cboir?Miaa M. J. Hol
comb, soprano; Mlsa Auoline Richard, alio; Mr. A.
MutikiUrlck, tenor; Mr. Heury 8. Brown, baks. Cbor
ua of thirty voice*.
C'ukiht Chikch, Clinton street, corner or Harrison
street.?t'reiuuo, organ, "Aohiavad is the Glorious
Work," Haydn; aoibeiu, "Curiat, tuo Lord, la Kiaeo
To-day," Dudley Buck; Easior aniuern, "Christ. Oar
Passover," Jones' Angltcuu Chant; Gloria Patri in
V, arraugsd I'roui Mozart; I'odium, K U.it, Dud Ivy Buck;
Jubilate, K flfcl, Hsupltnan; liyuin UU, Hymuul; Gloria
Ttbi, Manuscript; Uyiun lo6, Hymnal; oiiertury, an*
thorn, "Crown Him Everlastiug King," t?. W. Wurreu,
Ascriptiou, "O Lord Moat Holy," Abtj Couimuniuu
Hymn 203, Hymnal; U.ont lu txoolais, In Of Tucker
inau ; Prelude, orgun, Hallelujah Cboru?, ' 'Mount of
OiivoH," Bcetuoveu. lbe soloists are:?Mrs. Charies
l)o la Pierre, soprano; Mr. A. (i. Nickol t, tenor; Mui
L G. Craue, contralto, and Mr. K. G. Wcutz, ba??o.
Chorus com pose J ol twenty-six voices, with Mr. Will
lain Sioue, orguni-t.
St. 1'ktku's Pkotkstaxt Episcopal Ciit'ROii. corner
ol tits to street aud Bond.?Pivlude, organ, Moairt;
Carol, "Couie, Ye Futtblul," U. fc. 11. ; Eanter anthem,
"Christ Our Passover," Dudley Buck; G.oria Patri,
H K, H,; le Daunt Laudauius, G. W. Warren;
Jubilate Deo, T. S. Lloyd; flrai byuin U'J, llyraual;
Gloria Tlbi, U. K H ; second byuin 106, Hymnal;
anthem, "Bies?ed is He that Cometh," Gouuod; oiler*
lory, "1 Know that My ltvdeeuier Liveiu," soprano
solo, Handel; Tor gancius, Couuod; to mm union
hymn 112, Hyroual; Gloria iu Excelaii, old; reces
atonal, "Hallelujah Chorus." Handel. The choir cou
sista of Mrs. Bogert, solo soprano, and chorus of
twouiy-UVe selocted voices; Hunry E. Hutchiuaou,
organist aud choir tuuaier.
St. BaRSaiiAs' Cuukcu, Bush wick avenue, near
KoHCiuako street 1 no lollowiug programme will be
rendered by tbe choir, consisting oi Miss Slothsrl,
soprano; Mrs. Hovey. alto; Mr. Brown, tenor, and
Mr. Marvin, baas, under tbo direction ol Mr. Muiviu
Brown, with Mr. J. H. Macdonaid, org.iulstUoru
lug?Authe.n, "Christ Our Passover," Lloyd; Gloria
Putrl, No. 1 in F, Spohr; Uioria Patri, No. Z in B flit,
Mosemhal; Gloria Patri, No. 3 in D, Mosenilml; Fes
tival To Deuni in K 11 it, Duuley Buck ; Festival Jubilate,
In A Uat, Moaenib tl;GloriaTibi, in D lUt, 0. F. Dauis<;
anthem, "Christ tne Lord is lluun to-Jay," Wilson;
Hymua 100, 4-4 and 2Uo. Evuuing?G>oria l'atri,
Buck and Mozart; Bonum est In C, Moseoibal; Bona
dio auiuta tuea iu D, Dudley Buck; autheiu, "Allolu
Jab," In A, LainblllotM; hymns 106 aud bOV.
st. Mahk's F*otmtajit BMMWai. mui.cn, Adelpbi
street, between Wllloughby and Du Kaio avenues.?
Hymn 107, Hymnal; Authetu, "Christ Our Push
over," lu A flat, Martin; Gloria I'atria in A. Borg; to
Deum lu U, Warren,; Jubilate lu C, Mosonthal;
Hjrmn 103; Hymuai; Keaponsus, Chanted; Gloria
Yibi, Manuaoript; Hymn 103, Hymnal; oflenory,
"ll Ye Thau Bo Risen with Christ" iu D, Marah;
Trisagiou in F, Martin; Hymu lou, Hymnal? Gloria
la ExovisU, old. Tbe choir conaisl* ol Mr*. C. P. Mat
l.ick, aoprauo; Mrs. D. A. Nasu, alto; Mr. Louia Bus
sell, teuor, aud Mr. Wiillaiu Sbaw, oaaa and leade*,
with Mr. Gaorge W. Martin, organist. The Sunday
school festival will be held lu thu evening.
Chuuch or TUB AacaseiOJi. Kent .ureet, Gioen
poiuL?Opeuiog antheui, "Cnrlst tbe Lord Is HiMO."
Holden; autileui, "Chrut our P.>JsoVur," Chatipiu;
le Deum In F, Kotzchmar; Jubilute Deo, Berg;
liymu bd, 'HJUriat the Lord la Kitun To-day, ' Will*
lams; Ollertory, "Heur Our l'rayer," Abiioa; hymn
li>4. Hymnal, tbe choir are:?Boprauo, Miss Kath>
rvua iL Kavanah; contralto, M as Stall/ Wool;
tenor, Mr. F. G. Walworth; basso, Mr. F. it. Treas
ure; orgauist, Mia* E. Wood.
CHl'RCH OV TMK UkOOXOlLIATIOS (RKrOKMCO PHOT
K.irA.vr Episcopal), corner ol Aunty aud Clluton
Bireelii.?Carol, "Lot the Merry Chutcu Belli
King," Warren; untliem, "Christ Our P.iKSover,"
Caawell; Gloria Patri. Uuuiplirie'>; l'e Deum
In F, Koizcbmar; Jabila.e iu H d it, Thomas:
hymn, ?'CDrlst tno' Lord Has Kiieu 1<>-D?y,'
Wllliuois; Gloria iibi, lireatorex; hymn, "Ang' is
Koll the liock A way,*' Moziri; Gloria in Excelsis,
old. The quartet, consisting of Mrs. Woikt, so
orano; Misa Drake, contralto; Mr. i'ltcb, teuor, and
Dr. Morrill, baaao, will he aseisletf by n oborun, with
Mr. Cbsries H. Parsons as orgaulil aud choir master.
ST. Ass'a CMCaca.?Moruiuit service, tun o'clock ?
1'rocessiouai hymn, W, "Jeaus Curi.it la Kisen To
day," Morgan; Christ Our Passover, At a., Goas;
proper 1'aalms, 2, 67. Ill, Cutler; le Duutu in F,
Smart; Jubnaie iu F, Hut irt; Litauy hymu, Cutlor;
HUlbem, "He la Klseu," Gadaby ; Gloria I itil, Btulner;
Kyrio Eleiaon, Eivoy; hymu No, 104. "Jesus
Lives," GdUotielt; oH riory, "This la thu Day,"
lurle: Commuuion hymn. Mo. 100, ''At the
Lamb's Hlgli Feasl Wo Hmg," Aruu; f?r
S.nolus, Ouaeiey; Gloria in Kxueisla, old cliant;
Evening eerrices?I Urea 1'. M., bapliam ol inlaulo aud
adults; bail-past ibreo P. M., Easter loaiival aud mis
sionary anniversary 01 Sunday Kchool; quarter of
eight P. M., Prooesatonal bymu, No. 101, ".Voxels Roll
the Moue A war," Buck; Proper Psalms,
113, 114, 118, Cullsr; Cautnla la F, Best;
Ileus Miterestur, Attwood: ollcrtory, *'0 Risen
Lord," Harnby ; anthem, "l ins is tne Day," Snweli;
hymn 103, "1'he dirile is O'or, the Baltic Done,''
paiestrina arrangemeui, hy Moiik; roMssional hymu,
107 (Unser Heruacher), "He is Kiaen," Monk.
Map i ibt.
Tub TAtitiiSACi.a.?The following exercises Will be
held .n the Sunday school in tbe afternoon"Who
Is He in Yondar Stallf" Scripture Lesson?Flrat aad
Twenty-third Paulina. Invocation. "Tbe Lord Is
Risen." Prayer? Lor I's Prayer; sllout prayer. "I
Have a Ss?i??r." *Tba MoW's Cry nad tbe Savionr'a
Answer." "Pase Me Not." "Tho Keatitudoa." Glo
ria in Kxcelsls. Etster ofTerings by edall claesae.
Address. "Something My God lor lure. '' Easter ol
lerlngs by aeuior oiassvs. AmlrusM. The addreaau'i
will be by Rev. Fred?nck S. Huntington, recitfr ol the
K- lormeu Episcopal Gliurcn of the l uoarnailoii; Hou.
Stewart L. Wood lord aud Rev. Dr. t'alinage. The in
strumental muaio will be by G. W Mor*HU, urgaulnt;
A.J. Powell, assistant organist; Miss I. J. Kgmion,
piitinat, ana George F. Beuediat, vornetixt.
srMo.xa Placb CaoHt-H.?orguu ptulude; choir an I
HtiD<liiy school, "Hail the I) iy that Sues lliui Rls'i."
W. H. Monk; clioir. Gloria in hxoclsis, vloiiri;
congregation, "Praise Goj irom Whom all BleHsinga
Klciw;" invocation, llie l.oru's Prayer; choir and Sun
day sthooi, Magnificat, roars; llrst Scripture le?
sou; the i s u Command mania, tvttu ropousea by lb a
' choir; cboir, Te Ileum, Smart; second Scripture
sou; choir uud Sunday sclioo, "Welcome Happy
Morning,'' Calkin; prayer; choir, Easter uuili"in,
? Now on the First Day ol I he Week" (new), H.
Lihee; announcements and offerings; offertory, nolo.
"Christ the Lord Is Risen To-day, HondinelU; choir
aud Suuday school, "Christ the Lord Is Risen A?'uiij
sermon by Rev. Dr. Wuylaud Hoyl, pusior.
choir, ascription, "God Hath Appointed a lisy" (new),
i Tours; prayer; choir, -uuday school aud congrega
Hon, byum 370, Praise Book; heuedictiou, organ post
lude. Evemn*?urxen prelude; Gloria in BXOelsia,
I Tours; prayer; congregation. "Christ the Lord Is
Risen Again," Clarke; flint Scripture lesion; le
; Ileum, Tours; secoud scripture lesson; Niccne
Creed, 1'oura; prayer ; Easter anthem, "Hols Risen"
(new), Gadsby; offertory; congregation, h. 3t'<4,
, "Christ lb* Lord .Is Riaeu io-day," Zevuer; sermon;
ascription, "Got Hath Appointed a Hay," Tours;
i prayer; congregation, hymn 39J, "Hark! Ten Thou
sand H*rpa una Voices." Mason; benediollon, organ
postlude.
BOXfAN CATHOl IC.
St. Stkpusn's.?Grande Mease Solennelle (first
time), "Veui Creator;" (ffertory, Jubilate Deo;
I postlude, "March Triouipbale" (new), Soprano, Miss
j Mangle Mitchell; contralto, Mrs. Chrlslianson; tenors,
Mr. Hi miner aud Mr. Smith; bassos, Mr. Fleming aud
iir. Lovejoy; chorus of twenty voices; harp, Miss
Coru J. Bailey; director and organist. Professor A. a.
Caswell.
i Iuukch or tub NativtTT, Cisssou avenue, coriior
ol Madison street.? Moruiug?Rigina Cuull, Gloria;
i Giorzt'g Festival Mass: Venl (.realtor, quartet,
j Burnby; Offertory E, "Risorto," solo and chorus,
i Glorza; Hallelujah chorus, Haudel; Postlude, organ,
! Lioby. Jr. Evening?Oratorio, "Christ's Resurrec
i lion," Neukonim. Soloists?Miss Kenny, sopr.no;
; Mr. Wilaoo, tenor; Mr. Dallon, baritone. Reglna
i Cusli, Giorsa; aria tenor "Then Shalt the Righteous,"
' Mendelsohn, Mr. Nioho:as Doyle; 0 Salutans, bari
tone solo, Mr. F. L. Dallon; Tautum Ergo, soprano
soio, Kaasini, Miss Nelly Kenny. Mr. Charles A.
Libby, Jr., organist und musical director.
St. Pktkk's.?Haydu's lmporial Grand Mass. So
prano, Mrs. Mizsell; contralto, Mrs. Fury; tenor, Mr.
J. smith; basso, Mr. Fury; band accompaniment aud
I quartet, with a chorus ol iweniv-llve voices; organist,
I S. 13. Whitcley.
j St. Ukrkaku's (German).?Millard's Mass in U.
! Sojirano, Mrs. Siemeuburg, Miss MoCormiCK, Lona
j Goetsuud Mary Roehl; alto, Mary Goetz; tenor. Miss
j Matilda Honing; basso, Messrs. Coiemau and Hart
ting; organist, Crosceotla vVeis; quartet, with a
; chorus of twelve voices.
i St. At'GL'STi.N'k'tf?Beethoven's Muss in C. Soprano,
1 Miss Helen GrllUn; coutralto, Mrs. James L. Pluu
> kett; tenor, Mr. Kvaus; bas.io, Mr. KUwurd Burns;
quartet, with a chorus ot twenty voices; oruauisi,
Mr. C. W. Melville. Evening?Cherum's Vespers,
q'tariel and chorus; Regius Cauli, quartol aud cborus,
Giorzii; Tantura Ergo, trio, Rossini. The choir oou
sisu of Miss Helen Grilli ug, soprano; Mrs. Pluukeit,
contralio; Mr. Evaua, tenor, aud Mr. Burns, basso,
with Mr. C. W. Melville, orgatiisl.
Sr. Tkkkha'a.?Millard's Mass In G. Soprano,
Miss Kuogu; alto. Miss Mary Byrnea; tenor, Mr.
George Shaw; basso, Mr. Edward Gauuon; quartet,
with a chorus ol ten voices; orgauist, Miss Lynch.
st. John tii? Baptist ?Haydu's Mas-, No. 3. Choir
of twenty voices. Mrs. McDonald, soprano; Miss
itussell, slto; Messrs. Bradell and Deitrlcb, tenor;
Messrs. Goidaberry and Galtuev, baso. At the oi
lertory Latubillottc's "Hallelujah Chorus" will bereu
derod oy a choir ol twoniy-Uve voices. Miss Ryan
will preside at ibe organ.
St. Paul's.?La Flache's Grand Mass (new mass);
soprano, Miss Ankiu; contralto. Miss Newman; tenor,
Mr. Johnson; basso, Mr. Wnite and Mr. Jobn
Murphy; quartet, witn a chorus ol twenty.Ave voices;
organist, Christian Woll.
WILLIAMSUUliQ EAST tit 8 tit VICES?CATHOLIC.
Cuukcii or tuk AiotCNoiATtoir, corner of North
Fifth and Seventh streets.?Solemn high mass at half
past tun A. M., at which the following musical pro
gramme will be rendered:?Kyrle, Weber; Gloria,
Weber; Voni Creator, Millard; Credo, Weber; offer
tory, Glorlus, Schumann; Sanctus, Mozart; Benedic
tus, Mozari; Agnus Dei, Mozart. In the afternoon,
Vespers at three o'clock, with the lollowiug music:?
Vespers, Est; Magnificat, Mozart; Reglna lcbIi, ?;
O Salutaris, Donanne; lantum Ergo, Goeb.
Church or ths Holt Tnunrr, Montrose avenue.?
Grand high mass at hall-past ten, at which Mozart's
mass No. 7 will be rendered by the ohoir, accom
panied bv a full orchestra, under the leadership o, Mr.
P. J. Leyendecker. At three P. M. Legiai's vespers
will be sung.
St. VmcjtNT ds Paul's Church, on North Sixth
street. Rev. Father Carroll pastor.?Masses will be cele
brated at seven, eight, nine and ball-past ten o'clock.
At the latter Haydn's third mass and Huudei's ofleriory
"Hallelujah" will be sung. There will b? a vesper
service at lislf-past seven P. M. The tallowing is tho
musical programme:? Magnificat, Mozart; Reglna
Coeli, Lambtllotte; Tanturn Ergo, Lambillolte.
Church or S*. Louis.?Tne visitation of the cross
will lake placo ai eight o'eloolc, and at ball-past ten
Concone's mass will be chanted. Lambiiotte's oder
tory, "Hallelujah," will ulso be sung, and In the alter*
noon a vesper servioe will be held. The urntle will
be under tho direction of Proiessor August BischolT.
The principal soloists are Miss Bourse, koprano, and
Miss Goure, alto.
St. Maht's Church or th* Immacclat* Coacitp
TioN. ? l be lollowiug is the musical programme lor
the hall-past leu service:?Prelude, organ; Mass, Mo
zart's Twelfth; offertory, Lamoillotte; Venl Creator,
Millard; Postlude, Uraud Match, Fausi.
Chi'kcu or tuk 'iBAXsnouBATioN.?There will be
masses at seven, eight, nlue aud ball-past ten o'eiook.
At tne latter, the Hev. Father Hill will preach a ser
mon. There will bo vespers in the evsning at hail*
past seven. Professor Gregory is organist and musi
cal director.
I PISCO P AL.
St. GBOKGK'a Cucrcu.?Solo, "1 Know that My Re
deemer Livutb," tic., Handel; Kui>ler autheru, "Cbrlat
Oar Passover," Chappie; Gloria Patri, B 'sthay m; To
Deum, in F, Millard; Jubilate, in ? flat, Buck; b>iun
9V, Hymnal; Uloria Tibi, Meacnum; oUurtorv, organ;
hymn 11)6,. Hymnal; Trisagiou, Sanctua, Ureatorex;
communion bymu 207, Hymnal; tiloria in Kxcelaia,
olo chauu
ST. Baii.xabah Cih rcu.?Anlbrm, "Cbrlat Our Paaa
over," Lloyd; tiloria Petri, No. 1, In F, Spolir;
Uloria l'.ur.a No. 2, in li dm, Mosenthal; tiloria
Patria, No. 3, In O, Moaeolhal; Fcauvnl To D<uin,
in K dm, Dudley Hack; Festive! Jubilate, In Hll.it,
Moaeuibal; tilorm 'J'ioi, in D fl.it, C. P. Dameis;
uniUfffi, -'Christ tbe Lord It Rutu To-Day," Wilson;
hymns Nob. 100, 4i;4 uud "JOi. Evening?Uloria Petri,
Buck and Mozart; llutum esi, in C, Moaeutnai;
Henedic amma inua, in D, Dudley Buck; antb<tn,
"All?lu}sb," In A, Laiublllotte; hymns luo aud icy.
CiiiTKCii or tiik Ascbnsion?Kent airect, Ureen
poiui.?UpcutiiK untliein, "Christ tbaLord 1- Risen,"
Holdou; autbein, "Christ Our Passover," Chappie;
To Deum in P, KotBscbmar; Jubllste Deo, Deri:; ??> mu
90, "Christ tbe Lord la Risen To-D*y," Williams;
oilortory, "Hear Our Prayar," Abbott; hyinu 104,
Hymnal.
.Sr. Paol'h Chi bcil?Precoesioual, 104, "Jesus Live*,
No Longer Dead;" Kaater aulbom, "Christ Our Pnas
over," Uokh; I'o Dtuui, mutlo by Hodges; Jubilate,
muaic by Jackson; Litany byiun, Fllty-tbirJ Hymnal;
nniliem, "Now la Christ Risen ;" Communion by mu
"Z'j", "Kreadol tbe World:" Manctua, muaic by tiouuoil;
Nunc Dimlttla, trimly I'aaltar. In tbo evening tbe
Sunday acbooi children will engage In appropriate ex
ert ilea.
NT. M ark'b Ciit'Mca.?Firat aervlcoa at six o'clock
A. H.? Hunter anthem in A fl it, "Christ Our Paaa>
over,'* Dr. Scbeigy; Gloria Patria, lu ti, Ureatorex;
Jubilate in A, Koizacbmar; bymn, Hymnal; anthem,
"Cbrlat Being Raised iroin tba Deao," Dr. Klv?-y.
.Services at ball-past t<>n A. M.? Aulbom in A II it,
' Cbrlat Our Pasaover," Dr. Scbetky; hymn. Hymnal;
Kyrie E.oi-ou, Dr. Arnold: Uloria Tibi, Dr. Ducker;
aiitbem, "Now la Chrlat Risen." Vuitou; oil. rtorv,
"Bleated Bo tbe Man," Jonuaou; antnrra in I),
"Curifi Ruing Raised," Dr. Klvey, and preawnUtiou
ol Knater offering:a.
Calvaht Kri.v:oi'AL Ciii'hch.?Opening antbem,
"Crown ll.m." W.rrsu; aiitueiu, "Cbrlat Our I'ass
over," D.iukx; tilorlaa: Uloria lu Excelsls; Te Deum In
K flat, Lloyd; Jubilate iu C, LoralX; hymn Mii, "Chr Hi
the Lord i* Rtnen To Day." In tba ovcniug tba chil
dren will have a festival.
OTBKR Chl'BCH! S.
BxnroRD Avbmib Kb?orrbd Chukch.?in the morn
ing. rroiuda, allegretto, Beetbovou; antbem,
"Cbriat tba Lord la Risen To-Day," H. Wilson; re
sponse, To .Deum In 0, Warren; bymn, ''How Calm
and Bwautllul tba Moon," Haatinta; bymn, "Hall to
Vou, Oar Ri<en King," Mozart; oft*rtory (duet), "At
tue Lamb's Hign Feaat Wa Mug," Wiake; bymn,
I "The Mnlo la o'er, tbe Battla'a Done," Kcdclill,
postlude, prelude aud lugue, Bach, lu tue evcuing?
PreiU'ie, unilatite and variations, Andre; antbem,
"Cnrtst la Kiseu," Wlske; response, Venite Kxulll
mii*iu D. Plainer; hymn, "Canal the Lord la Risen
; Again," Arraaiaa--a; hymn, "O J<?us, Wfien 1 Thluk
I or riMM,*' Wbutior; olteriory, "Willi TelWSfe Clad"
I (Creation), Haydn; hymn, "I'oV d ueUlory, I'eaoc ou
ssrlb," OokTille, postlude, allogra brill.ant, Batlalr.
NKW KMOLAXfe COKUaCUATIONAL ClIVKdt ? lu the
atteruoon the pastor, IU-v. John H. Loeawood, will
prracii su Kasler srrmou to the children. The yarioua
cl.iaaes ol llie m hool will present lloral olTeriugi. I ho
follnwtiiK is the pn gramme:? Amheni by <|iiartei;
Kaater iinilirui, MoXait; in vocal.ou; ri-apouaive read
ing; aerriiou t<y | a?tor; bymn, ar.hool; cburcb Klleriu^.
noiobyMrs. U. B. kdwarog, "Cousiuer the Klines;"
a< boul oIK-ring; hymn, by acbooi and cougregatiou;
he u edict ion.
All Muffin' Uaiv pram list Cnt acii. ? Servlcos at hall
naat ten A. M . KcV. Aluion Uunniaon preachtnit an
Kaater a.-rmnn. At the conclusion of the sermon
mere will be baptismal services aud ibe aduiisMon ol
meiubura to ttia church. I'roleasor Wenaui will con
duct lie music. In the eveuinx, at hall-past ssven.
the acholara ol the Muuday aehool will give a aacred
ooncsrt.
(St. J on i a MariiontsT KrtacorAL CRtacu.?Tho
Sunday sei ool contieuted With Una churcn will cele
brate tbe lentb anniver?arjr ol ita occupancy ol luo
prraeut school iiuihnug lu the aiiertiooo, ou winch
occasion thsre wl I tie addresses aud muaic 1'roiesmir
J. A Van Kuren will prehide at the org?n. I h?
pastor, tue K.-v. J. A. M. Chapman, will probably
prmiCh au K.isler sermon in tbe tuoruiug.
Fourth .stkbkt M. r. Ciiircm.?At hall-past teu
A. M. the Key. J. J. Wnite will preaon a aermou on
th? raaurrcoilon. Ibe Suuday school will have baatur
cxerciaos in tue siteinoon at hall-past two. lu tba
evening there will he musical exercises andar me
direction ol Mr. J MiKiuley.
htatkn island.
At. I.CKB'i, KriaoDpAt.?A qaartet choir bat hoan
especially augaged lor tbia aeryico which will render
the following moslfl:?"Hasr, O Lord, Our Cry," K01.
ami; "l'ralsa to Ooii," Keller; Benedlctoa, In D, Wil
son ; Gloria in Excelsls, in D, Wilson; saoetiis, In D,
W arrouj (a Daum, tu U, fbomaa, ?aatar autusm, la
V minor. Uaaict; Uonum Est, in B flat, Emerson; 01
leriory anthems, t>y Munyer.
Jt.lihtY CITY
Gback ('HiBca.?Morning?X. Opening anthem,
"Wiih Joyful Hearts Lei Us Praise Him," Gloria;
2. Easier anthem, "Christ, Onr Passorer," Dunks;
3. Gloria Patri, No. 1, C lerati; 4. Gloria Patrl, Xa
2, Millard; 5 Gloria Patri, No. 8. Bergd; & Festtral
To Oeum, No. 2, Berg<; 7. Festival JuDilate, Berge;
8. Lit.ny hymn; 9. Hymn, "Angela Roll the Rook
awuv." Dnnka; lo. Response; 11. Gloria Tibi, Ber?.(S;
12 Hyuin; la. Gloria l'atri (ailur aertnon), Berg*;
14. OUertoiy, Quia ??i Homo, Rossiul Kven
Ing?1. Raster anthem, ??Cnriai, Our Psiiottr,"
Banks; 2. Gloria Pairl, No. 1. Burgd; 3 Gloria Pairl,
No. 2, Clerati: 4 Gloria in Excelsls, Millard ; & Bonum
Est, Lloyd; tt. Bonedlo Anirna, "Praise ttie Lord,"
Wood; 7. Anthem, "With Joylul Hearts," Giorza;
8. Gloria Patrl (niter sermon), Bergtf; V Offertory
(tenor solo), "It With All Your Htarta," Mendelsaobn;
10. CloaiUK. Amen, Mi.laril. Louis Uorg6, organist.
>t. Haul's Cuuhch.?Morning?"Welcome, Happy
Morulnu," Calkin; '*Chrlst Our Passover," eighth
tone; Te Oeum and Jubilate, Sterner, In E Hat;
anthem, "O Glvo Tbanks," Goaa; Kyrla and Gloria
Tibi, Garrett, in X>; hymn 99. Morgan: ascription.
'?Cnrlst is RHeo," Thoruo; offertory, "They Have
Taken Away My Lord," Stainor; S?ncius, N'ovtllo,
lo E Hat; bytnn 209, Werner; Gloria in Excel*!*,
olu chuui. Evening service?Hymn, "l ho Strife la
o'er," Kileatriiii* Cantate Dnmluo and Deus Mferea
tur, Garrett, In E flat; offertory, Mugnitlcul, Gregoriau;
hymn, "All Hail ine Power."
St. Pstkr's?Kouix Catholic.?William Dressier,
the oryanisl, will oe asaiated by several g ngers rrora
New York, a solo violinist and tba young ladies of the
"Children of Mary." Morning at hull-paat tan o'dook,
Introduction, "Oliver Trumpets," organ, by Vivian!,
auitl io be plaved at .St. Peter's In Rome on Cbriatmits
ano Easter; Haydn's First Grsnd Mass in U flat; before
the rea-img oi tbe gospel Lambillotte's Joylul alle
luia, Hobo Dies, quartet, chorus by tbe "Children
ot Mary;" belore tne sermon, "Voni Creator," quar
tet tor ma.e voices, by Winter; at tbe offertory,
"Alma Virgo." by Hummel, soprano aria w in violin
obllgato and chorus; conclusion, Handel's "Halielu
Jan Cnorus"frotn the "Messiah" lor organ. Vespera
at ball-past seven.
patkbson.
St. Paul's Church.?Morning service?Proces
sional, "Sing to the Lord, Ob, Yo Mighty," Rossini;
anthem, ?'Christ Our Passover," Wheat; Gloria Patri,
Buyceand Lloyd; i'e Ileum in B flat, Bristow; Bene
dict us in A flat, Mercadanie; hymn 105, "Ibe Bay of
Resurrection," Thomas; KyiTe, in F, Hodges; Gloria
Tibi, in K, Hodges; hymn 98, "Cbrist the Lord Is Risen
"lo-dav," Whom; offertory, "Praise tbe Lord, balle
lujuh!" Hoiden. Communion ? Trisaglon, in K,
Hodges; liyrnu 207. eucbanstlo hymn; Gloria in Kx
celsis, old cbunt. Evening service?Sentence, "Christ
bumg raised from the dead," Webb*; Gloria Patri,
Rubiuson and Wels; cantate in A, Bridgewater; Deu-,
In G, Maui matt; holy baptism. Evening at ball
past seven?Sunday school lesllva!?Processional,
"Brightly gleutns our bauuer," Whiieley; carol,
??Wake me song oi Joy and gladness,"Sberwin; carol,
"Yes, sons aud UaugnMr* of the King," Warren;
Euster cantata, "Fill tbe lount with roses," Warren;
carol, "Gems and dowors ol sweet perluuie," Dantv.
GOOD FRIDAY.
commemoration or TUB cbucifixion of
TUB BAVIOUB?THE SERVICES YESTEUOAT.
Tbere was one more evldenoe yesterday that Good
Friday is gaining a greater hold on tba publio mind
year by year. This day has hoen recognized by both
Episcopalian and Catholic alike. In old England the
name ol the day baa been changed from Holy Friday
to Good F riday, and it waa again called by the Saxons
Long Friday, on account of tbe length ol the aervice
Tbe Germans oalled it '?Stiller Frcitag,'' on account ol
tbe silenoe ol the mills on that day; and sometimes
they called It "Char Frextag," meaning thereby tba
penitence slgutfled. The ancient churches Introduced
the word "Pasch," on account ol Christ being the true
Paschal Lamb, and the "Pasch ol tne Crnoiflxlon," or tbe
"Sorrowlul Pasch,'' and tbe name soon became uni
versally applied to it in the Eaat and in several
countries of Western Europe. Many of the old eus
toms peculiar to the day bare died out. In the early
Church It was customary te release public penitents
front their probation on Good Eriday, and the excoui
muuicated were redeemed from their ban. The 11 rat
Christian emperors even liberated pnaonera front
their doom and recalled Irotu exile the
very worst clatsta during tbo closing days
ol Holy Woek. Slaves have alse been lavorud
by ibe manumtaaion allowed lo be exercised toward
tuoaa In the Courts, ibis eustom being embodied In a
proclamation ot Justinian in 357 A. 1). In England
uod Ireland, the lulier especially, tbe day is observed
very strictly ainoug tbe oribodox believers, Protea
tant and Catholic, ol both nationalities. Very few, ir
any, ol the aucioul customs, however, are In vogue.
Tbe Episcopalians confine themselves to their ritual
proper lor the day.
Amoug ibe Catholics ot all countries tbo day baa
purely a religious slguiQcanco at thia tune, li m iii?
one day In Ilia JTCl.T" w He a even the moet laviff^ruul
Catholic coudescenda to lgl people know mat no la a
Catholic. Of course, tbe men of brains, wbo can
not understand tho existence ot a God, goto resiau
rsnis to sbow bow "smart" tbey are. Thi* is a kind
ot sad prelude to the observance of the day by the
simple people who have bton always hollering In a
happier world io come.
MASS Of THK PRRSAMOTIPIID.
la nearly all in* prominent Cjiboliu churches jet.
terday ihero wu only a single mass suid?aud that was
not a mass proper?being kuow-n us the mass of id#
pre*auciitlod. Uy the museof the presanctltled Is meant
u uiu.-H ai which no consecration takes piace Uu
Muuudsy Tnuitday? the uay previou.*?a boat is con
secrated which U placed id the decorsled repository
lor the woraliip ol tlia laitblul durtug that day?and
aa no conaecraltou ocours ou Good i'riuay Ibis aacrad
boat is consumed by Ibe priest at the ceremony?so
culled a mass?ou Good Friday. Tbe chief foatura ol
the ceremonies ou Good Kriuuy Is iu? prucesaiou ol
ilia priests ana the easlslabts lroui the repository to
the high altar at tlio appropriate time Uuriug tbo
ceretuouy lor the consumption ol Hie boat, but tno
ceremony wbicb moat attraoia tbe worshippers is
tbe Adoration ol the Cross, lo be br.ei, tbis
ceremony is performed at the earlier part
ol tbe mass ol the presanctlllcd, tbe purple
yeiled crucibx being unveiled In ineir separate parts
by tbe cel-brant, ue singing at each uucoverlug,
'?Kcca Lignum Crucis" (Menold ILe Wood ol the
Croat). All tbe attendant priests tbun approach
tba uncovered oruciUx, kneeling in prayer at
tbese separate stages within tue sunotuary lo kits
the represented wounds ol tbe Saviour, ?
ceremony whifb la iinproaaive in tbe es'.rume.
At tbe conclusion ol the ceremonies tbe prleaiscouio
iu ironl ol the altar rails aud proaeut an uncovered
wooden crucifix to the latlhlul, thai tbo hands and
leet and wounded aids may be kissed. A cruelOx was
placed, yesterday, in all ibe churches ai tuu bead ol
me ceuire aisle, that the laltulul m^ht come and pay
their commemorative homage during tbe day.
rut TKMKSR.A.
in tbe afternoon In ail tbe principal churches (lie
the office ol the Tenebra) wu bung and tbe beautilul
Lumenlaiions ol jereiniab were chanted. lairge
crowds were present.
lu tbe eveuiug sermons wore preuobed also lb the
prominent ehurobe* except ibe Cathedral, where tbe
Kev. father Bonn had preached ai the morniug ser
vice. At tbla morning service tbe ceremonlea were
very impressive, Vicsr General Quinn boiug the ol
Hoisting priest, Hot. Father Mori deacon, Kev. father
Duup'iy (ol Yroy heminury)) auodeacou. KeT. father
Jasaruey master el oereiuoniea, and He v. Father Uo
gan aaaiatant aiubdeacon.
THK BKRMOXS.
Scriuous wore preached iu very many o( the Catho
lic churches iu the evening on Ibe all abaoibiug
theme of tbe Passion.
Iu St. Stephen's Church Dr. McUlynn preached:
In Barclay Street Church, Kev. Father O'Karrell
presetted; In Su >rancis Xsvier'a Church (Jesuits),
Kev. Father Kenney, ol Korahim, preached; in
tbe Cnurcb ol the Epipnany, owing (o the
illness ol Kev. Dr. Burtaeii, Kaiber O'Neill preached.
Sermons on ibe san.e theme were alao preached in tbe
Church ol tbe I raimllg'.iration, iu St. Mary's Church,
in the Church ol Si. Kose ol Lima, lu the Dominican*'
Church, iu the Kedeoiptorisls' Church, In Third street
and south Filth avsuue, and as doubtless each year
the observance ol the day i? taking grantor bold ou the
people's heart" there will be no excuae lor Innovation
on the part ol assistant pastors, evculng aervicea wnl
be the rule.
To-morrow In each ol ihe Catholic churches will
take place the Interesting ceremony ol the blessing of
ibe bre, ibe I'aecbal candle and ol ibe baptismal louts.
ST. ioxatics' churcu.
At St Ignaliu i' Church, in fortieth street, near
Sixth aveune, the Uood Friday devotions were, in
p>.inl ol luipressiveuuas and -olemuity, akin to tboire
held in the Huuisn Cntbelic cutroues throughout the
tilly. They were alao ol great lenglb. beginning as
early as scveu o'clock In the morniug aud laatlug,
with but Utile Ihli rmission, uulll late in the evening.
All ol the^ services were conducted by ibe rector,
Kev. Dr. Ewer, who also preached a brief sermon on
me aionemeou The aspect ol tbe churcu wa? aoiahre
In tbe extreme. Tbe altar, the reading desk, Ibo
gilded candelabra and all objecia which on other ocoi
slous are made to harmouite with the giad tidings
prouiulgated in ibe bouse ol UoU were ou ibis
occaaion draped in nioerning tn memory
ol our Lord's passion snd crucifixion. Neither did the
sound ol music bresk in upon tbe aorrowiui solemnity
of ine devotions, lor the orgs* is not permuted, ac
cording to ibe observances ol tbe time, to give torth
aiiy sound between Maundy Tliurtdsy tnd Esater Even.
Mime ol the sermons, loo, were performed tin* ritftttt.
The even song, at eight o'clock, lor insiaucu, being
merely repeated. All dsy long, aud more especially
ai the "SerTico or the Three liours' Agony," lucre
was a large attendance 01 devotees, who appeared to
be thoroughly impressed with the seluinn cli trader of
the servicea. lu the moruing at seven o'cloek the
exercise* were lor me most part tn the nature ol pri
vate devotions aud moditaiious, tno prayers auil
loiinuite being taken lrom lb* religious manual known
aa "The Treasury ol Devotion."
Ai ume o'clock morning prayer wne said and Dr.
Ewor preached a sermon ou tbe aiounuiem. His uls
course wus brief, us main argument b.-ing thai iu
theory which had been yel advanced to explain the
iiloDemoiil was at ell adequate or aetistuciorv. I hose,
be said, who held lo tbo lb' ory llial ibe erosj appealed
to Uoa's Justice were overborne by ibo c win buid
Ibr.l ll appealed 10 God's bollnet*. At the same time
be adtnlited thai thoae who held the theory tbat the
cross uppealed to Uod'a justice tiad a strong srguiuenl
against the piMiiton oi their opponents. So be con
tended tnut cvnty theory wb<eh had eeer been ad
Tab oed by "tan on tine aubject had been overthrown
or wm cupaule el beiug wvertbruwu by some oibor.
Id act. be said, the general character of the modern
theories were loially different Irotu (ho character of
Ui? theories Ucla in ihc early Church, lor theu a was
supposed mat (be cross sppealed io Saiau. In short,
he maintained that the atonement uriu too great to be
included within the limits ol aay theory or of all the
theories combiue-i, lor the heart hsd Us reasons about
which the braiu knew nothing.
At btil-past ten o'clock the ehoricters entered the
church, wearing oluck souk.ues, aud preceded bv tha
crucil. r IB ? soulau* of Tlolet aud Carrying a veiled
croaa. Tne many was then sung, and w?s followed" t
eleven o'clock by the services ol the repro..che* aud
Ibo uro-uuuphoral service, or that portion imme
diately preceding tha most solemn part or ti e dcvo
lions, li consists. in fuel, ol the auie-cowrouuion"
epistle, or that part ol tue service which is said at HiX
epistle side ol tbs altsr. At the words m me r?
proscues, "Behold the wood of the cross, on which
bung th? saviour ol tbs world," the blue* dratier*
was drawn aside, uud tbs cross appeared agaiust a
white oackgrouud, narlanded wi.b a crowu ol thorua.
Then the choir u tercd the words:? ?'We venuruto Thv
cros?. OLord, aud praise sudglorily Tuy holy resur.
rectiou ; lor, behold, by the cross has come joy to ib?
wholo world." A brum oipressivo ol venoration lor
the cross was then sung.
The principal service of the day was begun at noon
and lasted three hours, lu commemoration of out
Lord's throe boars' sgony. It begun with a hvi.m
having relerence to ihe passion, after which Dr
Lwer spots Irom the altar the llrst word of JeauJ
from too cross:?"Father, lorgivo them, lor tbev
know not wbut they do." Then lollowed exteinuora
prayer ucd meditation. A by inn wusauug, acoilect was
read uud some Ave mluuUs allowed to elapse for private
meditation. The sduoeeding words ol Christ from tha
cross, "this day shult thou ho with me lu paradise '?
"bo said unto his mother, Woman, behold tov son
and salth h? to the disciple, Heboid thy moilier ??
"Mv God, my God, why hast thou lorssken me " '>i
thirst,'' ''Ills floislieil," "Father, into thy ha'nda f
commend my spirit," were all spoken from the nlt J
to the same wuy sod were lollowed by bymus, pravor
anu meditation. The even song, at eight o'clock cum.
eluded the day's devotions. '
F1KTH AVg.VUR BAPTIST GUl'RCIf.
In the Film Avenue Baptist Church Kev. Dr Arm!.
tat:e preached on the soldier's spoar. He toolc lin
text irotn John six., in thebe words?"ADd ho th .t
lias seon hah borne witness, and his wnuess is truo
that ye misbt believe." No act rocorded In cobuee
tlou with the death ol Christ, said Ibo Doctor occu.
pied a larger place In the living oracles than this and
none Is more pregnant with significance. The flr-t
thing to be atteiuptud is to show that wueo the sol
diet s spoar .lisciosed a cleit in tbs Rock ol Aites it
also revealed the intense anguish wnictt reut it.
Probably there Is no case on record whero a crucifled
person, whun let alouo, died In less thuu twelve hours
some living even to seven days. Ordiuarily ihev
lived Irom twenty-lour to ihirty-six hours. Hut our
Lord had hung upon tue cross *t the most six hours
and possibly but tbreo hours, lor that point ?* not enl
tlrely clear. So that iu el. her c.ise it was not tluis yet
?to expect his do ith hy a lull day anu night But wuea
the soldiers bud brokon tne le^s ol the two Ihtevea
uud came to despatch Jesus thoy louuu, to their *ur
Whe'n Joalnh ?*" a*"d *lrBady u,'d hltn untouched.
Wlieu Joseph went to to bag hia body P?lnta
?"ve"W that he were dead already and c.ne? uulS
unv U,m wu*l"?r lie had ueen
auy wlillo ileuo.' Tlie ftuddeu death o! Coriat
wm .ointtbiug tUa| W4ia V ?imogir li
IU the history 0f cruoillxion, and tha
soldiers were evidently as much aurLrisad as ha
procurator, so tbu in order to sat.siy t?im"elvcl
that His death wa* real oue of them pushed his spear
Into the Redeemer a side with a rude thrust, and ou
withdrawing it leu a gaspiug wound, enough ol itself
to proouce death, irom winch gashed a copious fl?vr
ol blood and water. This division Into what Johu
cal.a blood and water never lakes ptace while tha
blood is Qowlug In its natural receptaoloa, but wuea
rupture oi the heart takes plsce It Logins to separa'a
u this form, and as the soldier's spear brought i??
i ?k gni' ll,use original cfemouts of blood
lu their separate tonus it proved that he was
dead already Overwhelming emotion affocts the
action ol the heart, occasionally producing ruo.
lure ol its walls, when death ls ce,Ulu ?
"s"e "Jt'? genfaiiy lustantaneous. He died upon the
cross, but not from uruciiixiou. He poured out Hia
soul unto death voluntarily. lay dowu My .He and
take It up again; uo maa taketh It Irom Me." Tha
punctures ol lour nails, which touobed none ol tha
urge blood vessels, nouc ol tho vluls, the brain tha
ungs, the heart, d d not take away the hla o*
Him who raisod dead men to lile again It
aua tha royal augmsh of His mind which
LTmT ?W"1U " *">?rt, when
He made His i>ord a sacrtflce loraln. He not only
luid uo?n His own Hie, but He laid It dowa in Hia
own way. IIy heart is wounded within me to that
the soldier s spear revealed a clelt which love had al
ready opeuod lor you aud ma m the Kock 01 Aicea bv a
broken heart. The mouth ol that wound Irotu tha
aoltHcr s spear eloquently preaches His Measl.hshio
1hey suall look ou Him whom tu?y have piercid lor
the soldier s spear revealed a louutain opeued in' tha
XUht0' !or "u *nU Unc'a?uuess. JasL iom?
not hy water ouly, but by water and blood.
, ? , ? TKiaiTT OBt-KCH.
In Trinity Church the usual Uood Friday devotional
mnsie was Dlayed. At the asrly morning survica
Ke\. Dr. Dlx, tho rector, preached the sermon At
turee o clock evou'ug prayers were recited by Dr.
Richmond ' nn<1 I^eacoa
KMOMTS TKMPLARS AT BT. FACL'S CHDRCD.
By invitaiton ol faiestiue Couimaodery No 18 a
i?rf?i..IJUlI,'>er V' 11,0 ^lllurJr religious order ol
, t \ leuiplara, or Kuighta of the Cross of (JhrUt,
altendad diviuo service at SL 1'aul's Methodisl
Church, corner iweu y-secoud street and Kourtn avo
? fkmgUia jiascwPied at ^nviilr h
sue Booth .1 Theatre, and marched aloug Twentv
third street to Filth avvuue, thence into Madisoa
uvenue via Thirtieth street, iheuce lUrouua
iwauiy-third street Into Fourth' avenue, and dowS
to the church where they broke ranks aud look seaw
In the body of the edlllce. About 1,000 members com
posed tha procession. whiCu was iu lull uuilorm anJ
bV^.by i%?>-?^ndV.g7?:nTb."uad?
fcaoh division waa under a separate >>anuer bat all
were uuder the superintendence 0l tbe Ha.astine Com
maudery, which was commanded by Sir Henrv
.w,'r?r,'<iib Captalu Hand acting as Commau.
. . body entered tha
church the organ pealed out a -processions! '?
lheu the choir chaniau tha Lord's pr.yer, and tha
Heverend aad Eminent air a H. fitfsny read the Oral
Isssou; the tmiuont sir Jonu F. Balwiu, who oocu
pled a place m the pulpit in lull uniiorm as prelate or
clisplln, delivered the openiug prayer- Dr. J. L Gil.
leu read the second lesson, and the choir chanted
?My Fsith Looks Up to Thee." Alter this cama
the sermon ol the evening by Dr. Tiff.ny. Jt was a
glowing tribute to the power ol Ohristiaulty aud u?
doctrine* Dr. Desms, of tha Courch of tha awangars.
Uoiivorud tUu uloiiug pruvir.
IN BROOKLYN.
The day was observed very generally la Brooklyn.
There was but Utile basilicas ol any kiud transacted in
Ui* courts. All tue schools, public, parochial and
private, wero closed. Tbe mosses which were ceia
orated at each ol the (ortv Catnolilo cburcnos of lb it
dioceae were well intended. Servioca wero alao tie id
at the Protestant Episcopal cburcnos.
IN NEW Jfcim.X.
Tbe day waa celebiateJ in the Newark Catbolio and
Episcopal churches with all tbe customary solemni
ties. At bt. Patrick's Cathedral tbo tunas of tba
pro-sanctiUod waa said. The masa wsi followed
by tbe adoration ol tbe cross, tbe chaatlug
01 tbe ptisxlou und tbe litany ot tbe re
proichcs. la the atternoon tbe T?-nobr? waa
sung. lo Uraca Charob (Episcopal) tbe aarvicea
were alao sujiitcsilvo ol the deepest sorrow, end lUa
altar, usually radi?ni in tilory, was lull ot buaviueaa.
At I tie Bouse of Prayer and tbo other Kplacopal
churches it was the sntne.
Ike Catholic aud Protestant Kplscopal churches la
Jereey City were well Oiled. In em-h ol tbe ehnrcbM
the altars aud paintiugs were draped in mourning.
HEAVY DEB1.
Tbo most strenuous eBorts ere being made ay tha
congregation ol St. Ann'a on tbe Heights, Brooklyn,
to relieve tbe church of the heavy burden of debt
which now oppressea It. Tbo Indebtedness ol tba
cburcb is $12V,860. Of this amount fully 970,000
liuve been luUscrtbed, leaving $">0,ud0 still to be pro*
Tided to place the pariah upon its fret.
MAY ANNIVERSARIES.
The schedule of May anniversaries to be held la tba
Broadway Tubernacit, Dr. William M. Taylor's, oornaP
Tuiriy-iourih street, from the 6ih to tbe 12th prox.,
le as lollows
Sunday, 6th.?American Home Missionary Socle If,
ball-i>aai sown 1'. M. S< ruion by rresident Cbapiu,
Heioli College.
Moxday, tiro.?Amorlean Seamen's Friend Society?
Semi-cuulcuaial convention ot missionaries and
frteuds ol the cause, eleven A. M. Annual buslmaa
meeting, three P. M. ; addresses, half-pust seven P. it.,
by Secretory ol tha N ivy R. W. liioinpsou, ex Lieu
tenant Uovernor Stewart U. Wood lord, Rev. Howard
Croefey.
1 l'Rsdat, 7th.? National Temperance Publication
Society ?Annual t>u*inrs< meetint;, Na M Rende
street. Adure*~ea by Mr. William E. Dodge, half-past
seveu P. >i ; Rev. J P. Newman, 0. D., au<l Mr. Neal
Do*, ol Mam.-.
Wkombsoat, Ith.?American Tract Soolety? tonual
bumioei meeting, ti n A. M. AUdreseo*, ball past
seven I'. M., by ReV. F. L. Pstion, D. D., Chicago; Rev.
A. J. V. Beliren Js, D D., Providence; ReV. William M.
Taylor, D. D., New York. American Female (Juaroua
Society, three I'. M.?Addresses by Rev. J. Hall, D. D(;
K V. Frederics Couriuoy and oilior*.
TitrxsbAY, 9m.?itnertcau Hibie Society?Annual
business meeting, Blb?e Moose. Now York institution
lor Instruction ol Deal aud numb, U.ill-past inrse P. M.
New York City iHsslou and ir?ct Sucloiioa, hait pait
aevou P. M. Addrnssee liy Rev. U Koblnsoo, D D.;
Revs. Muksm. tiall, Muranall, Shuulllur and Dooly,
ataeiaaarien
Kkiuat, Iotb.? Now York Sunday Soliool Teachers'
Association, nalf.past seven P. M. Chora* of auO
ctiildrea. AddraxsoS by s|i?akers to lie aonoanoed.
SVIDAY, 12th.? Auiiric.au Hoard of t ommissmnen
lor Koreiyu Missions, halt-past seven 1'. M. Addressel
by speakers to ?e antiouuceJ.
SAVilD BY A SCRUPLE.
OfUoor Uusb, on duty ou tuo Stati n Island ferry,
boat Nortbiield, arresied y otterday K.iun Wormsiey,
a colored woman. In the a?t ol carrying off a parcel
comaiiiing dry gooda, the property ol Mra. Carolina
Sbechey, ol Kurt Hilt, Ciiftou. The (.risouer ?r.
ntlga-d heior- Judge Taylor, wnen Mrs. Stie.-b< r
reiused to testily to ma ownership under oath as 1$
was Wood Friday, aud tha prisoner was UiscuaruaU

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