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The Courts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

The Courts. ILmkrupts. Jolm Magennls, at present a prisoner in the Four Courts Marslialsea of Dublin, but lately of No. s Abercord road, aud 30 Coburg place, iu the county of the city of Dublin, working engineer, on the 21st day of February. James Morton, at present a prisoner in the Four Courts Marslialsea of Dublin, but late of Abercorn place, iu the county of the city of Dublin, sexton of St. Matthias’ Church, on the 2ist day of February. Michael J. Millet, of Swineford, in the county of Mayo, draper and grocer, on the 18th day of February. John Laveile. of Westport, iu the county of Mayo, cattle dealer and general provision dealer, on the 21st day of February. Certificate.— John Elder and Samuel Adams, both of Kilrea, in the county of I.ondonderry, and of Ballymoney, in the county of Antrim, grocers and spirit dealers, tradiug as Elder aud Adams. Declarations —Declarations, as required by the 24th section of the act, by the undeinamed prisoners for debt, having been duly tiled, ...

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Source: Boston College
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A Wife Sells Herself lo Her Husband’s Murderer. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

A Wife Sells Herself lo Her Husband’s Murderer. I The merchants of Broad, Beaver, South I William and Pearl streets, New York, are | greatly excited over statements made by : William L. Allen, butter merchant, 6.7 Pearl street, that money has been paid to Mrs. Avery D. Putnam for signing the letter to Governor Uix. The report circulated rapidly and was soon the sole theme of conversation in the Produce Exchange. A reporter of the N. Y. Herald called upon William L. Allen io get his statement of the alleged bribery. Reporter—Mr. Allen, it is asserted that you are cognizant of the fact that Mrs. Avery D. Putnam has been paid $15,000 by friends of Poster, to sign the letter which hns been published. Mil. Allen—There is no doubt but that money has been used, but as .Mrs. Putnam is a full cousin of my wife I must decline to give you any statement for publication. Reporter—lf money was used by whom was it furnished? Mr. Allen—The money came from a rich relative of Foster. Reporter— Was no...

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Source: Boston College
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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Temperance. Temperance is corporal piety; it is the preservation of divine order in the body. Anew Total Abstinence Society has been organized in St. Aloysius’ parish, Washington, 1). C., by Rev. B. A. Maguire, S. J., the zealous pastor. The St. Mary’s C. T. A. B. Society held their annual meeting Sunday, March 2, for the purpose of electing officers forthe ensuing six mouths. The following is tho result:—Spiritual Director, Rev. M. J. O’Farrell; President, Cornelius Hanilon; 1 Vice President, Bernard J. Jonrdan; 1 Treasurer, John Tracy; Recording SecreI tary, M. J. Barry; Financial Secretary, Edward Herrick; Corresponding Secretary,John J. Murray; Marshal, John Barry. | Financial Committee— P. Daly, Joseph Ryan, and James Kelly. They already number 350 members, and hope to treble that number ere long. At a semi-annual meeting of tho St. John’s Catholic T. A. Society, Peabody, Mass., held In their hall, Emmet Block, Feb. 5, the following officers were unanimously elected for the ens...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

BIRTHS. Feb. 24, In Dubllu, the wife of P. J. Kelly, esq,. Heath Hall, co. Armagh, of a son. Feb. 23, at Sandymount, the wife of W. J, Vaughan, of a son, MARRIAGES. Feb. 25, lu Dublin, John Little, esq., to Susan, daughter of the late George Pratt, esq., Abbeyleix, Queen’s county. Bernard O'Farrell, Longford, to Annie, daughter of the late Charles Morrow, esq., Drumbralnless. Carrlgalleu. 24, Richard Scully, to Fanny, daughter of Christopher Kavanagh. 25. Joseph Taggart, esq., to Margaret Emily O’Toole, Kclslia, co. Wicklow. 24, Thomas Connolly, Drogheda, to Alice Teresa, daughter of the late Thomas Sheridan, esq., Drogheda. 23, P. Dodson, to Letty, daughter of James White. 24. Jerome O’Donovan, esq., Kingstown, to Kate, daughter of John Bernal, esq., Limerick, Feb. 22, at Tliomastown, county Kilkenny, Jas. Doyle, to Kate, daughter of the lale Thomas Farrell, Pleerstown, co. Kilkenny. Feb. 20, at Kathmlncs, J. C. McEgan, esq., to Anne Jane, daughter of Patrick Taaffe, esq., Kathuiin...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under tills head nre Inserted tliree times for gI.OO. The Immense circulation of The Pilot in every city, town and hamlet on the Americaut continent, renders It the best medium through which to make inquiries about iost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us $l.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible, so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persous in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their frieDds advertized by remitting us the price in gold. For halj a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if stiched into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Caution.--' To prevent our numerous Irish friends and others from becoming the dupes of thievish impostors, we would advise all advertising for missing rel...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

UOSCOMMOJT. 01 Bridget *>nd Jane Dunican, sisters of Mary Duulean and wife of Michael Hart, who resided at the Four Mile House, parish of Kilbride, county Roscommon. Bridget left that place about 29 years ago; when last heard from was supposed tube in Roxbury, Boston, or Lowell, Mass. Jane left about five years later, with her family—don't know the husband’s name. Information of jfthem will be received by their nephew, Peter Mart, who has been in this country ouly a few months. Address James Kelly, No. 63 Parker street, Newark, N. J. uih29 American papers please copy. WEXFOBD. Of Edward Hats, aged 47 years, a native of Cione, county Wexford; when last heard from, July, 1854, he was at Fort Mclntosh, j Texas. Information of him will be thankfully i acknowledged by his sister, Margaret Hays, now Mrs. Williams, care of I). Brosuan, Catholic Bookseller, Washington, D. C. mh29 SLIGO. Of Patrick Gallagher , who was born in county Sligo, and came to this country about r „ ~ 'iS ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

DTOLEf. jfn.'hh^ A «i3, Fitzpatrick (maiden name comity’ Philadelphia; had U her prS buJ;llabama BrOWUe ’ St ‘ Pa “ KEBItT. ml ‘ ls 01 Micheal Conor, natives of Ball”ganeen, parish of Keelquane, county Kerry; when ast heard ol he wan lu Buffalo, about 20 years ago. rwi/*!* 1 ' 1 .? llanie is John Conor, and mother’s Catherine Morn. Information of hhu will be received by his sister, Mary Conor (married to CarI roll, about 60 years of age), Newmarket, X 1) Boston papers please copy. min'd Of Cornelius Doxogiiue, a native of | Glenflesk, county Kerry; when last heard from | about two years ago, he was In Port Hope, Canada j West. Information of his whereabouts will be I received by Ills sister, Mrs. Bourke, tiohoke, I Mass. mh29 Of Kate Foley, who left Gullane, eo. Kerry, about eight or niue years ago, and came to her aunt in Springfield. Ohio; after staying two weeks she left, and has not been heard of since. Her aunt and sister Bridget wish to hear of her. . A letter addressed to the...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “ M. T. TANARUS.,” Loro Tree, Nebraska.—Sunday. ‘•J. S., Blackstone, Mass.—Your view is correct. “J. B. 11., North Greenwich, N. Y.— Courier des Estats Unis. “ M. L.,” Aurora, Dearborn Co.,lnd. Dozens of such lives are available. “ P. McGee,” Fort Steele, W. T.-Ex-plicitly, as a steamship. “ T. W. Powell,” Stuvvesaut Falls, N. Y.—Rev. John O’Louglilin. Moate, parish Tubber Cos., Westmeath, Ireland. “ C. McCarthy,” Rockbridge, Rockland Cos., Wis.—Has Laffan’s thanks for his interesting reminiscences of “ old times” in the Cos. Cork. “P. Hagan,” Albany, N. Y.—James Latimer died at Newport, Del., Oct. 15, 1807, aged 88 years. “Mary O’Connor,” —, Vt,—A note, addressed to the Vicar-General of the Archdiocese of Baltimore, would doubtless elicit the desired information. “ William Whelan,”Harlem. N. Y. -The last annual excursion of the Irish Brigade Officers’ Association took place on Thursday, July fit, 1872. “P....

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St. Patrick’s Day. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

St. Patrick’s Day. S plot BOSTON, MARCH 29, 1873. “ Let Ireland in America be faltWul, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, lie obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas N. Burke. O. P. We earnestly request all our friends who intend to write reports of the celebration, to send them on immediately; and to write briefly. Everything that is necessary can be judiciously said on one page of note paper.

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“The Lost Arts.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

“The Lost Arts.” We direct our readers’ attention to the admirable lecture of Wendell Phillips on our 6th page. This is a valuable item for a scrap-book, and we are sure that our readers will thank us, when they have read it through, for its publicat ion. Every word the great orator speaks is becoming more valuable to people of Irish blood, whose affections he has gained by his able and fearless championship of their race, and his manly appreciation of their great men.

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Catholic Interests. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Catholic Interests. In every country on the globe the Catholic Church is indeed the Church militant: in open storm and apparent calm the interI ests of Catholicity require equal guarding. I Where the opposing power is overwhelming in brute force, the children of the Church bend, but they do not break: they fight with the effective and mysterious power of Protest. The Holy Father, robbed of his patrimony by a strong hand, thrills the robber’s heart by the simple dignity of his protestation. The poor Bishop expelied from his See in Switzerland turns on the threshold and protests. The Jesuit Fathers stand on the frontiers of Germany and protest; the houseless nuns, separating from their little scholars, utter a low complaint that is heard even through Protestant Europe. Only by high intelligence is this power of Protest fully recognized and appreciated. Ignorance will either yield or fight to the last gasp against hopeless odds: but wisdom and intelligence know another and more effecti...

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An Important Matter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

An Important Matter. On another column we have written of the protection of Catholic interests in this country and elsewhere. We now call the attention of our readers, especially our Irish-born readers resident in Massachusetts, to a very important matter of secular interest, the Massachusetts Law of Settlement. A memorial has lately been presented to the Legislature for an amendment of this law, and though we have more than once referred to the manifest injustice permitted by it3 enactments towards the foreign born population, we regret that the matter has not evoked from our element an appreciative attention. Like the absurd enactment which is allowed to remain on the statute books of New Hampshire, debarring Catholics from political oflice in the State, this Law of Settlement has been allowed to lie undisturbed in Massachusetts, only unlike the former, it is not a dead letter, but has been, and is, in full and injurious working. The law wa3 framed from the poor law established in...

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Caution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Caution. Bishop’s Residence, Monaghan, I Ireland, Feb. 24, 1873. ] To the Editor of The Pilot. DEAR Sir We have heard with pain and surprise that a person in the garb of a Catholic priest, and pretending to act under our instructions, has been soliciting, in certain cities of the United States, donations towards the Cathedral of this diocese, now in process of erection at Monaghan, We wish herebyto inform all whom it may concern, that we have not authorized any one, clergyman or layman, to collect funds for that object in America, and that we very much tear the person already referred to cannot be regarded as else than a swindler. Hoping you will give a place in your columns for this announcement, 1 remain your old friend and faithful servant, ►JHamks Donnelly, Bishop of Clogher. Progress in navigation. The inn an Company distributed an interesting hand bill on St. Patrick’s Day, showing the progress made in navigation .since St. Patrick’s time. In Sister Mary Francis Clare’s ‘ ‘ Li...

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Ordination. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Ordination. His Grace, the Most Rev. John B. Purcell, Archbishop of Cincinnati, on the sth inst.,at Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, conferred Clerical Tonsure and the Four Minor Orders on Mr. Joseph Blenke, of the Diocese of Covington, and Mr. Clement Rhode, of the Diocese of Alton; on the 7th inst., the same Prelate raised the same two gentlemen to Subdeaconship, and on the Bth inst. to Deaconship: on the same day he elevated Rev. Matthias Muller, of the Diocese of Cincinnati, to the Holy Priesthood. —Catholic Telegraph. •

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Justice Draws the Sword. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Justice Draws the Sword. New York and Boston will each see the execution of a murderer this week. The Governor of Massachusetts has refused to accede to the prayer for a commutation of McElhaney’s sentence, and the Governor of New York has taken the same stand on the petition for Foster. Governor Dix, of New York, has written his reasons for refusing to pardon the murderer, and he makes men breathe freer when he uses these Ann words The precedent of admitting after-revelations of secret consultations of the jury-room, for the purposes of annulling verdicts rendered as true under the solemnity of an oath, would he perilous in any condition of society, and in the present defiant reign of crime such a precedent would he fraught with infinite danger to public order. With the firm conviction that there was no error in the ruling of the judge, and that the evidence fully warranted the jury in rendering a verdict of guilty of murder in the first degree, there is nothin? in the case which c...

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The Irish Political Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

The Irish Political Prisoners. After all the talk of amnesty and “ concessions to Ireland,” the English Government still holds in prison a number of men who were tried and sentenced forpolitical offences. The cruelty of this cold-blooded course is something even worse than usual for England, and is only exceeded by its unreasonableness. She has pardoned and liberated the men who were the head and front of the Fenian movement, but she still holds and punishes the very humblest of their followers. With the exception of four, who were tried for complicity in the blowing up of Clerkenwell Prison in London, all the prisoners are soldiers. The following list of names has been furnished by Mr. Gladstone’s secretary ; and we are enabled to give the terms of imprisonment to which each of the soldiers has been sentenced, the sentence generally dating from 180(1. The first four men were connected with the Clerkenwell affair* E. Condon (or Shore). James Wilson, life. P. Melody (or Melvin). Patr...

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Catholic Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Catholic Patriotism. Trauslated for Tlic Pilot. At a time when amongst the various false charges brought against the Catholic Church, that of inculcating a spirit of disloyalty to- the Governments under which Catholics live is particularly insisted upon and perpetually repeated, it is worth our while to insist upon the patriotism of Catholics everywhere and always. In Germany, through the falsehood and astuteness of Prince Bismarck, there are attempts made to show that to be a true Catholic is to be a disloyal German; and the result of this cruel accusation is to be seen in the prosecution now let loose against the Church in that country. In England the same accusation is made, though happily it has not now the same result as in Germany. Mgr. Freppel, the Bishop of Angus, France, will tell us what is the nature and the power of Catholic patriotism. He has been pleading the cause of the unfortunate Alsatians and Lorrainese whom Prussia strove to bring under her rule, but who preferre...

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OUR CANADA LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

OUR CANADA LETTER. Ottawa, March 14, 1873. T’ac Sew Brunswick School Question. In a former letter I stated that the Government would he compelled, for the sake of expediency, to do justice to the Catholics of New Brunswick on the School Question. I might have added, ‘‘ or the opposition,” as it now has turned out that the latter have joined with the Catholic party in the House of Commons, and are going to test their strength against the Government; I have this from a private, hut a very safe source. So, it may be asked, * ‘ which is likely to win?” Well, asl have said before, the main strength of the Government support lies in the Catholic Province of Quebec, and, besides, the Opposition are almost, if not, as strong as the Government at present, so that when they get the Catholic members to back them, there is every chance of a Government defeat. Sir George Cartier, a Catholic and a Frenchman, who turned traitor to his religious principles when this question was last brought up, an...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Personal. The leading popular orator of Tennessee is Major Gustavus A. Henry. The Emperor of China formally assumed the supreme power on Sunday, Feb. 23. Matthew Arnold , the English poet—aud one of the best of his age—is 50 years old. Mb. J. M. Beli.f.W has written the introduction to the English edition of Bret Harte’s Works. Gen. Sheridan is about to publish a milltarybook, with reference to the late war between France and Prussia. Robert J. Breckinridge leaves Danville, Kv., in April, and comes to New York to go into the law business. Hon. Alexander H. Stephens is 61 years old. He first entered the National House of Representatives in 1813, as a Whig. Senator Logan’s father-in-law, Captain John Cunnington, died of apoplexy in Provo, Utah, March 9, aged 70. President Grant has written a letter to Mr. Colfax, expressing sympathy for him and a firm belief in bis integrity. Oakes Ames bas been re-elected one of tbe Board of Directors of the Union Pacific Railroad Company. Edwin Jame...

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