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10 T11K OMAHA DAILY 1UOIO. HlTNlAY , MAKC11 S , I891-SIXT10UX PACUSS.
THE FORT. Note IheGi ve-Away See the Goods ancK Prices be / For To-Morrow. Level Headed. L , D , LOEVY & GO. , Proprietors , Cor. IStli and Howard , IIAVi : A I'l'LL ' LINK OF 2OO PIECES c Dress Goods \aul. Stockinet jackets In Rll the Latest Shades ancl Popular Prices , $2.68. YARD. PBISTS Sintlo ) hremtocl coot bnoU , ron& sk'ovus bound with mohnip nl * 25 PIECES 36 INCH 75 HECKS , | o PIECES FINE In StripoK ami I'luuK Fain \ Spring gilt brnicl , or cord nncl tussle In- hUlos , iinil iiT Ini'hi1s iilo. worth $ O.OO , elioico Gros Grain SERGES English German At C toiiors nl $2.05. ; your k Imported Sateens Yard , MAIL OKDHRS F1LLKD , Mohair Novelty SILKS Reefer Jackets A beautiful line of new and BttllLIAITlSES I Pmincj hullo dllU ] C 185 Pieces 9O Cents. handsome plaids and stripes , YARD. Yard. 1GO roofer jackets , rni perfect imitation of fine wool .T2 inches wide inul newest designs , sleeves , newest plaids that sell at 500 to 75C. 33c 48c STANDARD MAIL ORDERS FILLED , These goods make up just as 65 riliCHS IiU'GAXT PER YARD handsomely and cost you only YARD i 2l/2 cents. 52 inches wide , silk luster , Dress Goods CHECKED CAPE BUCK SIIOU11R Worth $1.25 ; 19 inches \viclc black and colors , good value at In newest spring shades , and warranted to wear. worth 75c. 35 INCH PURE WOOL 750. Our price tomorrow 330. $2.99. GINGHAMS . . Habit Cloth 20 PIECES C 1BO of tlicm , clegnntly trimmccv > nncl imported especially for us China , Japanese 20 PIECES Silk Finish Black . C These gnrmonts range in vnluo YARD. . . In 9 different shades from $3.0O to $ IO. Your cholco SO iuclics wide , in plain colorssttipo < j At $2.90. and Surah English nuil plaids. These * . arc a bargain at llrje. Van ] . minis To-morrow Oc vnrd. 1 C MAIL OKDERS FILLED , Heather SILKS Very soft finish , in plain and Call nncl inspect- the bcirg > nst hnve advertised. All of the we fancy black , 38 , 40 , 42 and 46 , 140 HECKS FANCY floods nre new and tnsty bn CLOTH inches wide , your choice at foi1 tins season's trade nncl innny BRILLIANTINES of thorn cannot bo marmfciuuiecl nt the price. 150 AT 1 20 Pieces 15-huli AT c L. D. LOEVY & CO. C C Hambur PROPRIETORS. YARD PER YARD C ' , AVoith I0c niul 'He All the latest shades , 36 52 inches wide , and would They arc worth goc , $ i and O Your i hok'o ut " 10. Warranted all silk and in inches wide. A special drive be cheap at 6oc. Our price $1.25 a yard. Come early and AND - all the new shades. at 28c , well worth 500. tomorrow secure a choice pattern. Inserlings , YARD. Only Htirds customer to oat'li Y / A . _ rx LJ _ OMAHA. BEAD YOUR BOY CAN- EASILY PAIR OF FREE FOR THIS HOWYOUR UP vJL SEE HOW GET A GRATIS , WE HAVE AN EL.EGANT LINE OF ' 16Q BOVS' SUITS , All Wool Suits Co.it , I'.mts.ind Vest tollable < 4 < M > d t . ( , it , i' > , . . } fr..in II lns | yeirs of ucoorlli fron } 700t < BOYS' CHEVIOT SUITS Boys' * lu in i.i | win L 1 tin m , , To-morrow for $4.70 a Suit , Jackets nncl Pnnts , for the ages of 4 to 1O years old ; all new desirable Jackets ancl Pants in plain and checked material , worth $ .1.00 , AND AX EXTRA PAIR OF PANTS FREE WITH EACH SIZE. patterns , which would bo considered n bargain nt one of the fi e- Qtient bankrupt snles in this city ut $1.78 , but wo will sell them OTTB. PEICE TO-MORROW $8.65 , 25O GONRIRMA'TIONE SUITSf . . TO-MORROW AT $1.25 , \\olth l.0n i a n. To-morrow at $6,50 , And an Extra Pair of Pants Gratis. And an EXTRA Pair of PANTS FREE OXE PAIR OF PANTS GRATIS WITH EACH SUIL PLEASE T'TTTSl ' "F1 A f l'F * These are not fire damaged goods , nor joh lots , nor a bankrupt stock , but are all new , standard qoods , tailor made in Chicago and Rochester , and arc the . . . . . . . J. J.J.JLKJ J. J .W J. acmc of prevailingstyles. . TT ( T ) T ? 1 I-O T ? GIVEN prompt and careful attention , and in case 'e arc sold out of the goods ) on may send for , we JJ -L J * 1A J _ \ _ * -A substitute unless instructed - * - - - - - immediately return your money , asc never so , ADDRESS OR ir CALL ON O.MAFIA. THE MASS AND ITS JIEAXISC Ooiioludiug Paper oa This Subject by Rev , Father McCarthy. CUSTOMS OF THE EARLY CHRISTIANS. of tlio Work's DDlncH In tlic CliuroliPH nf OnmliaVoite oC X'astorH and tlio The jinrT * on ' 'lo ' mns , contributed by rixthu McCniUiy 01' St. I'Uilomcnn i-atho- flral , nio utiiactlnR a gi cut dual of ntteutlou Irom cluirch incmbors of sill denominations. The fourth piper of tuo sciics Is hcio\\ith The priest Itepln * * nuss l > v i-ocitlnR Psilm xlil : "Juueo mo , O ( jocl. " Then lie makes n RLiiunil confcibUm of his own ilns and the sins of tlio people Ho then ascends the altar and kpius the "lutroit " While mounting the nltnr steps hoiccltcs this prajer : "TnKo nuy ftotn use \ beseech thce , O LonK our slus.'thu with imro minds \\o in.iy bowoi-ihy to enter the holj of holies , through CluUt , our Lord , A men. " Tl.o "lulrolt" Is so called beonuso it usoJ to bo sunp by thu cliolr ns the celelirfiut wns pnterlnp : tlio bnnctumy. It eomo fiom thol.ntlu word "entw. " The wri'diof the "Iiitioit" aio taltcu fiom the Old Testnmen' , except on C'hrlsmus , 1'ento- cost , the feast of St Peter , uud n few others. It recalls the ili siie > > niid iiroycn of the holy cues of the Old Testament ns they engeily \\atrhodforthnioinlnsoftho Saior. . Tbo \cit > o follow b tlio "Jiitrolt" niul U maJo tin of words talii'a from the 1'salins 'llio "lutroit" is read ut tlio left or l.plstlo sldo of the nltar When ho has. finished the Introit , the priest coos to the inlddloof the altar whore ho iccitos alter- nntclj with his minister the "Minor Litany , " or Kjrio clelson " The "Kvrio cloisoii" and the "rhrlstoolclson"nro two Greek oxpies- nous meamug' , "Lord ha > o mercy ou us , " " ' "ho 'Kvuo "Christ have inenv on us eU'ison" is iccitcit th'co times in honor of ( ioil , the Father , the ' I'll fist e cleison" tuieo times In honor of ( ! od , the Son , anil tlio "Kyile cleison" Is lepcatcd ttnoo tlnii's in honor of Coit , tno Iloh ( lliost Thcio is u \eiy ancient anil beautiful ttaditlnn that when Our I.oul nsiendeil into hr > a\uti ho tiirrieilonoilav ltb each of the nine choirs of Illinois befoul bo iciiehed the cck'stiil thionc U is said by-oino that the "IC.M'ie" is i o peat oil nmo tinios in memory of tbeso \isits The custom of rci-itlnn tbo"K.Mio eleison" was in Roneial u-o Ix'ioio the ho ln nlni ? of the sixth Cliristhii centuiy. 'J'lio "K\rio" is follow eil by tlm "Gloiln , hi e celsis. " The first pail of this beautiful hymn was composed and suii by tbo impels when they cnino to nnnouncu tno biitli tif the Savior It is not known who composed the second and lamer part of this hymn. It is ccitnln that it was ri'dlpil word for \\onl ns it stands now he- fnio tno council ot MicacaA 1) ) . . " > After the ' tilori.i" tl c i > meis , aio said at the cor ner of the altar UU the prajcrs of the old law 'Tor Auton.hall pinv upon the tioins thoroot " saitb the Lord ( ICxoilus \ , 111 ) The ptaycis beliiK linisbed , the priest reads or sinus tno Cpistlo. The J pistlo Is goner- idly taken from the cplstlos of the \\ritors ol the Now Testament In tunes of penance U n taken fioin the Olil Tcatiuneiit. It is said lit the left bide of the nltar to signify that fhvbt first came to the Jew * . Thn"C5rad- unl" follows the Ilplitlo. ' Cir.iJual" is fiom the Lntln word inuinhiR stops. It tells of the trades or steps of vhtuo wo must acitulio on our Journey through life It eonios from the prnilual psalms which were SUIIK on the stepof the toinplo in fie times of the kln a of Imucl In limes of penance a j > ieco called the "tract" fol lows the "gradual " It signifies and calls to our minds the times when for seventy jeara the people of Israel dwelt in capti\lty on llio ilveis of Assjila and wept for tno de liverance of Israel. Hero the minister car- lies the mass-book over to the riicht sldo of the nltnr , and the priest propirea to read the "gospel" by iccltiiif , ' the following prnjer in the middle "May tbo Lord bo in my heait imd my lips , that f mnv worthdv anil ably iinuounco hi gospel " 'Jho people nil stand Uuilnp tlio readhif of the posjol After - tor the goi > pol the nlcenu creed Is leeited It was composed A. 1) 'M. I'ollowinK the creed couies the "oflcrtory , " TUc bread is offertvl on the iiiton , or little golden plato ulionOv doscilbud Tlien the wine and water aio put into the chalice"and offered Aftei the "Oiteilap" the relobiant washes his hninllulo iroituiiMhc I'salm XXV from \eisolitottiootul I'ollovinir the ' OlTer- tor\"and its accoinjnnvini ; pra\ors comes the " 1'ieface " At a low mass tlm 'I'lefaco" Is said in a low lone U is called the " 1'ief- aco" because it introduios the dilof pint of the mass , the canon The use of the "I'rof- aco' ' in the mass is , aicordintr to inan.\ au thorities , of apostolic oiipin P'ormerlj theio wnsalartro niunber of "Profaies " Them \\as \ one for i'\eiy festival. Theioaiojet extant ncaily thieo hundred. In the irntli centiiu the number uas icduced to nine. The " 1'refaco" nhvajs terinlnatesith the words , "Holy , Holj , Holy , Koul God of Hosts" ' [ ho 'Canon" is'tlio most sacred ini t of the mass ns it contains the words of lon-.ectution. 'Ihooul canon comes from tlio Ciuolc and sl-nilics ( mule , for it Is the rule Uj which this part of tlio mass isalwajs mid. All admit that the canon is of great antiquity. It is not nno\\n who the author was It Is certain that not a wont has been chunked In It , adiiod to it , or taken fiom It , since the early part of thosuveiith icntuiy I'opo Si , ( irogory called It the "prajor , " by St Cpi } - pi Inn It \\as called the "oration , " by St. Ambloso the "ecclesiastical rule , " and by llasil the "secret. " It was also called the "action. " The "canon" is i celled seciotly. It contains some very beautiful nrajers for llio chinch and the state , for the spiritual iincl the temporal rulers , for the llvini ; and the dead , and begs the intei cession of the blessed vinjin , Sts. Peter and 1'nul and the other apostles and some of the early inattyn The communion ends the essential part of the mass It is followed by prayers called the the communion and tbo post communion , rinnlly the priest blesses llio people and 10- cites the last gospel. This is the e nd of the service. The bread u cd at mass Is niivlo of wheat. Wheat Is the only valid material that can bo used The Latin elm rch uses unlcaoned broad The Oriental churches , excepting the Armenians and the Mammies use leavened bread ' 1 ho hi cad , or host , used by the priest , Is a circular wafer I'opo.ophy - inins , A U U17 , calls It "n crown of asnhcil- ral tlKiire ' Sovcrnt of Alexandria , In the fouith centurj , calls it a "circle" 'llio Greek bust U a Mjuaro Hyure , w bleu U tut fiom a Iniye , round pleco and is called the Holj Lamb The s.icnlleal wine , to bo valid , must bo the imio juice of the Kiapo In an cient times two vorj cmious instriiiiients weio used dining the nmss-tho holy fan and tlio comb. Tor a long t line the iiistom pre- \ailed in the western clniich , and still pic- \ails m the oastein cbun'li , of nslnp a fan from the "oITeiton" totho "comiminlon" todrnc'awa ) Iliesaml otbei troublesome In sects from the priest nncl the offerhiL's It was tlio deacon's ofllco to hold the fan and Its delivery to him nt his ouiinatlon was loiibid- cred necessary and is t.o considered in the e.istoin chinch to the present day. lloforo tno emuipci -relifrlon some veiy line and costly fans worn used in the ehuiilies of llngland The record of the Salisbury cathe dral In the thirteenth century mentioned a f.iii of pine silver. The cathedral of Voile iiosessoil n very precious fan. A bishop of lee ( < ii > stoi' in the fomtconth century uiivo a fan to his cathedral which was made of picclous silk and wliuh had an itory hnncllo The comb ns a liturgical Instiument is of Kieat imtliiity. ( | It was used to keep the | HH"-t's hair and bcaid in otclcrduiing the service. These tombs weio made of l\ory , silver and gold. The cat he- dial ol Sens jet possesses n comb that belunjrcd to St. Lupus , \\lio was bishop of that church A 1) ) IVI'1. ' Tlio cathedral of Sarmn , in Kiit'lnnd , possessed a number nf these combs , \\hk'h were made of l\orynnd beautifully llnished. Among the things tanen fiom liladstonebury abbey In the time of Henry VIII , there is mentioned "a combo of goldo , gainlshedo with small turciuases nncl othnr loursn stones " U'hei. llio bishop was to oftleiato the deacon ai.il sub deacon combed his hair as scton as his sandals had be en put onYlicn a pi list oftleUtod Ids hair was combed tlrst In the sacristy and at stated times dm Ing the mass At present the comb Is not used during mass In the western church It is still used in some chnichcs in the east , wheics the clergy wear benids. Tlio writei hopes tbfit thcso papers \\ill bo Inter esting en en to those \\lio \ ma not of Ins way of belle\intr In icllgton To thi/so who liikonn mtcivst In stud\lng tlio man ners and costumes ol the call ) Christians the mass will afford a grcit amount of cur lous Information The wilier lavs no claim to unusual learning and icscaic.h Ho sun jil\ n.ado . use of matter that had uticmu been collecled uud iii-iungcd bi othcis , Ho reprets that ho had not time and space to describe - scribe the mass mote In detail In I'eu and 1'ulpit. Hr IJ II. Cmtlsof Lincoln will oxchanco pulpits with Or ( lordon of \Vestminster I'lesbvterian chinch toduj Kev Sterling , founciu of I'lno Hideo Agenc ) , but now pastoi of the U'nlmit Hill Pic-ibUerian chinch , will conduct the sen-- Ices at his new c-haigo today. Kev ( ieorgo H Ha\ls , formoily editor of the Nebraska Adocatc1. . bus boon ttipoliitc | > cl to take chai'KO of the Methodist missions in Dulgaila Ho will lcau > with his family for New York In a few weoUs , and sail as boon as possible for Hulgaiiu Kov ( ! eoi'o ( M Hi own Ins begun the pub lication of a ned eight pigo paper called the Ontial ( liantniiiiua Assombl ) It is to bo dmottil to the Cliantauitio | inter ests in geneial and to the Intiicbtsol tlio I'lomont I hautiriquu In paiticular 'llio paper will doubtlesb boa Rieat help to Chau- Hey M L HoopeiiKnrner , tbo ovangolM , is now oniMited maerj successful mcoting nt South Tenth .stuet .MolbodKst ehnrtli Moio than one' hiinclied peisons liavonlrc'ady mcicnU'd thomsohcs at the altar and ha\o iieen tonveited to the Chilstian life' Hex- . Hoopengainer expects to continue tlio meet ings for two or tlncooohi and then ho woes totho lliimcom 1'urli.M. i : chineh to hold a meeting. Theio will bo a Jubilee sei \ ice nt the I Ian scoin I'.uk Methodist chuuli today at in .10 Itislioii.lohn I' .Newman will bo present and deliver an address 'Iliei occanion is in ne-ono of rejoicing oit llio fact that tlio debt w liu h has stood iiKiilnst thu eh in ill evei sine oil was en-clod has Ihially been \\ipe-d out , and the eongiegation has H-.i on to fe-ol plud. Sboit aildicsscH uill piobnbh b < > iniiilo bpruml - nenl members of the longiegnllon. Tin hoaid of director * of the I'H'sbvtoihn thcolozlciil seminary will hold the tlrst nieot. Ing m\t TuosdiiN at , ' p in. In tlm Kirst I'lvblnteihm chuicli of this cltr. Letters aio being iweUed from tlio members electe-d when the orcaiil/atlim was alTected two weeks ago , nncl in most Instances the gentle men have in copied tlio otllco confened upui thorn There will bo a few \acanru s huv > e\ er on urcounl of business inatte'is. ul health aud Ihu like , u\er \ which the gentlemen elected ha\o no c'ontiol. and it mnboisjini * necessii v toelc'cta lew cliiec IOIN lo lill tne.icancies when the benid meets , The Hihlo ICclio. pnblUhed nt Melbonino Austiaha , sa\s " \\eweio \ hlijlilv O'iatilied to receive * on the 11th mst , a hnef but inter- estinclcttei from Hiolhoi T. 11 Catcsof the mis-ionarj ship 1'ilr.itrn The vessel lelt San I'laiuisco Octolitr S'.i , and luaihed I'lt- cann island Noxomliur ' 'V whoie the com- liinv lemaincd ovci thic'o wu'hsVlnlo there , Ihc-j e'lijoject excellent seasonsof bless ing , llio hearts of the \isitors ancitsited beinggrenth cliicred Kinlity-two weicj hip- ll/ed , w hi eh inelndcd every adult on Hin island , togiittioi w ill. some of the children A chuichiif the simo nuiiiber uas oi , ini/eJ Uc'aclmg maltc'i and other needed at titles were supplied I'rom I'llcaint the vessel piocitded to Tahiti , whom our letter was ilateet December' ' ! . I'Uis vo\ago was undo insi\da > s , a veiy pie peious one Itrother ( intcs n-poiis tlio ccimp.nn nil well , amlsa\s \ : \Vo hops to it aeli Mmr island some liino in llio near fuliite , hut 1 am notceium when ' " church note's sunitny A \ossel c'ldled the IMtcairn , sent out bj- the Se\until Day Acl\entist fui tbo purpoio of llndlng iuier Cndnoj , has been lieaicl fiom , IClder C'ndney sailed fiom Honolulu iioaih tbieo jears ago , Intendmir lo KO to 1'itc.Miin island , lint ho iiu\erreaeliod his ele , - tination , nncl bits of the I'bciiio Chapman , the MSSC > ! in which ho sailed , have slnco been found nllo.it in theI'.uliln ocean , showing that the \essol must Inuomea with disaster The I'ltc'iiiin stalled last f.dl from San Fian ciscoand was under comiiiind of Key 1C H dates of Cidoiado. L'nlil last \\ioli no lldniKs hmo been be.nd fiom the 1'itcalni and frusoio \ enteitainoil foi her sali'ty. 'Jho fnllowing will boie'iidwith ii'iich Inter est In members of the chuuli u vslcli liuy. Cluti's is mi ardent \\oiker "Theisi hicinei I'ltcaiin airivcd at I'lte-ihn N'cn e'.be'i' , ' . " > . lemaiiieel at llio island thieo ueclis , oiKthj-two weio baptised , and a clumhas eii ani/ed It thin sailed for I'ahlti , aiilyini ; theio December ! > | . All well and irond coura o I'.ldor HakKcdl ar- ll\ed heio fiom New /.calami thu Kith. " ! * iiubun' ! i > ispa'i h Tlio cocin | > tti > hcs in a fc I s | > aiadiM bm when ilic teailie fui the fruit but , liuds hot huuds full uf A llSCMK'P. \VlionIthink on tlio happy dins 1 spout wi'yoii , my iloano ; And now wlmt lands hetwooj. i , io , llowuiii 1 bo but terio ? I Tow slow jo move , . \ eluMhouis , , \ - > jooro wao and weai'v ! It wns ni biioyoirHnleil by * When I was wl' mi ik-arie. Tlio Diirliiiiu Mcker. Some of tlio weak lunt.rcil pipers ol North ( 'aiolini aio prlntim ; stale n , . nta to the effc-i-t that tlie Ulnbo haboy. . c'litled } . ' , Al 1'airbiothei intl o Durham iNT. I' I filolio. "Wo lion to ho OVUMJII. Tlio ( ! li > o 13 not In t ho hoj foiling hislnes , . He. n mo a fejw Idieitlc papois linvo been sti u kc n fiom thf ( iloho'h list it doe- not f , . .11r that tlio filcibn lias bojc-ottod nnlimly. . \Ve ? nro willinif to u.\ ( > liinii-o paper wit'li any dee-out nunspapor man , but we ire not willini ; tOHund ihlh niipor to Miy patent Bulled dreadful In the ci.uniiy. . \Vc \ > lia\e e'ut some paperfiom tlu list , peihap Imlf a liuiuiied , nnd jno- no-o to t-eo that tlioy mo Kept ficn. tbei li-t uiiles tho\ remit the n-ial pric'o ii ( a joar in athnnio Iho crowd of ainntuur newspaper men may iio-sibly anuiM ) tlium-clNos in pin.iiufr their jiincrcnv ulieids , but thoan't ainii-o ninny loiiKor woiKiny thoix- cliaujjo rii'l\ot. Inothoi woidrt , tlio Cllobo does nut pro po-o to i-lvo something for m > tlimpr , And aboMi all things it will not hifmmil aiclini , ' and aholtini ; tlioso countij b.i'd hoaileil wilponf tlio vnlloy i o\te > rui > tj moiui.v umlor falho pre < le > n o * . And the t \\eiilj' odd pi ] > eri > \\ln L ttia ( ilolm Mit from Us ovliaiiuo list n.v , howl until Ihoy t , ' 't liietl. The de t wants nntliiti ) , ' to do with them "I'hnp- / follims towlmni wo hmo i-oanud to bend our paper constitulo tlio blg obt i-rmul of fhiiinps wlinuwir inipersimatod news. li-ipei men Anil wo do not mio whut anj of i hold lots timj b.ij about us.