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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

BIRTHS. Dec G, In Dublin, the wife of James Kieran, esq, of Kilkenny, of a son. 8, the wife of Surgeon F McClean, of a sou. 7, the wife of James White, esq, of a son. At Ballinrobe, co Mayo, the wife of John Lynne, esq, of a son. Dec 10, the wife of F T Lcwen, esq, of Cloghans, co Mayo, of a sou. Dec'll, at Viewmount, Clane, co Kildare, the wife of J D Whyte, esq, of a son. Dec 11, at Clontavf, the wife of George Macnie, of a sou. Doc 8. at Belfast, the wife of John Chas O’Donnell, esq, of a sou, MARRIAGES. Nov 28. at Templemore, John Fitzgerald, Limerick, to Mary Josephine, daughter of Thomas Fogarty, Templemore, co Tipperary. Dec 10, at Fethard, co Tipperary, George Wilson Craigue, to Jane, daughter of John Wright, esq, Mouegay, Ardmayle, co Tipperary. DEATHS. Dec 6, in Dublin, John Adams, a native of Ballydooley, Coolaclare, Kllrush, co Clare, aged 21. ti, James Byrne, aged 47. 6, Ellen, wife of Denis Dowley, aged 26. 5, Denis Lawler, aged 65. Nov 28, Jeremiah Mara. Miss Margaret...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

ELEGANT PARI PRAYER Bl The Most Superb ( America Mr. Donahoe desires to i that his stock of Hue bound Pr destroyed by the great fire. < Hue Velvet, Ivory, and Tortois just arrived from France. T were sent to our Agent in summer, and have been bound personal supervision, in the i possible. Each book contni colored steel engrari/iys, all spit For variety of style and excellt assortment cannot be surp asset Our stock of American Fin very complete, and contains a choice styles. The following comprise our iDgs:— St. Joseph’s Mi Plain and Colored Ei French Hindi Velvet clasp and corners kk rims and clasp “ and medal kk full mountings “ “ “ and medal Also an assortment in Velvel Ornaments, Ivory, Tortoise Mache, etc., at priees ranginj American Him Turkey, super extra “ “ and clasp. “ pure flexible ** bevelled antique ** “ “ and c “ London antique Full English calf, red or gilt cd “ “ “ " ribbon Turkey, antique octagon rims. Lamp of the i Plain Engrnvir French Hindi Velvet clasp...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

If Nicholas Boylan rat*' with It. B. Daley, West e he will hear of somethin)' greatly His parents' names .end place of sary. If Thomas Murphy, w of Toronto about four years a John M. Murphy, Little Rock, Box 378, hi; will hear of someth tage. He is about 22 years of a; with liis uncle (Miahael Welch) before leaving Canada. If any ances knowing anything concer confer a favor by writing partici address. Of Nicholas Condon, s Condon, formerly of Diamond Canada. Information of him v his sister, Margaret Condon, ear Charity, St. John's suburbs, Qu< Of Thomas Edward lii son of John Reilly, No. 3 Hows dence, R. 1., who left school Oc lnation of his whereabouts will b father, John Reilly, No 3 How deuce,R. I. Of Statia, Bridget, ar ley, daughters of Tlios Finley a of Kilkenny; when last heard fr ago, was in’Boston, Mass. Infc will be received by their brothe Peoria, Illinois. Address Jam Box. 1245, Peoria, Illinois. Of Abel Collier, of h‘ Carlow, who left Ireland about when last ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Chromo for Every Subscriber! Clubs Get Their Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

A Chromo for Every Subscriber! Clubs Get Their Chromo. ®|e 'pot. BOSTON, JANUARY 11, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be Industrious, be obedient to law.'-—Rev. Tixomas N. Burke. O. p. A few weeks ago we stated that in consequence of our great outlay wo coulcl not send a copy of our Cliromo to our club subscribers, unless tliey sent us 70 cents beforehand. We are happy to announce to-day that by a late arrangement with our ■cliromo printers, wo are now enabled to promise a cliromo for every subscriber of The Pilot, whether club subscribers or otherwise. All we ask now is, that those requiring the Chromo will send in their names as soon as possible. Each copy of the Chronio must be carefully arranged on awoed en roller, in order to go safely; the postage for which will be 20 cents, This sum must be sent before any subscriber can receive bis Chromo. We request tlie organizers of clubs to collect from each member 20 cents for postage. Wo can only s...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Treatment of Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Treatment of Emigrants. The shameful conduct of certain Emigration Societies in bringing thousands of poor Italians to a strange country, in the beginning of a rigorous winter, friendless and penniless, is a matter that should bo severely dealt with in our criminal courts, if the swindlers bo citizens of this country. Within a month, upwards of 2,000 of these wretchedly poor poople have landed in New York, and have been cared for as well as possible at Castlo Garden. They were tempted lo leave their homes by emigration agents, who painted in glowing colors tlio wealth and trade of the United States. They landed in New York, shivering in the thin clothing of southern Europe, but still protesting their faith in the scoundrels who had misled them. We hope to see some decided steps taken by which the authors of this shameful and cruel imposition may be exposed and brought to justice. The importance of protection of immigrants apparent when it is remembered that those who landed in the U...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Christmas—--The Sham and the True Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Christmas—--The Sham and the True Celebration. We noticed in our last week’s Pilot that the festival of Christmas was now generally observed, both by Catholics and Protestants. We mentioned the fact because it is anew thing for the Protestant community, especially that part of it belonging to New England, the descendants of those stem Puritans who for a long time did everything in their power to suppress the observance and even the remembrance of the day, for with this object Thanksgiving Day was originally instituted. But while wo are glad to notice the general observance of Christmas by our Protestant friends, we are by no means willing to approve of their manner of observing it. Looking at the Christmas festivity of our separated brethren from a Catholic standpoint , we are sorry to say that it is largely made up of sham. The only heartiness in the proceeding is copied from England, aud is very different from the original article. When we took up one of the numerous illustrated p...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Italian Universal Suffrage, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Italian Universal Suffrage, ‘ ‘.There is," as tlie proverb says, “ a time and place lor everything;” and universal suffrage has, it la to be presumed, its time and its place also. Italy is not tlie place, nor is 1672 the time, if we may believe tlie worthy writer who chronicles the events of If onto for the London Daily Xeics, This gentleman has occasionally startled liis readers by the peculiar boldness of bis flights of fancy, and by the knowledge he had concerning events, of which nobody else, not even the actors in these events, knew anything. Now he brings his powerful mind to bear on the political affairs of Italy, and his judgment concerning these affairs is quite as wonderful in its way as his facts were. He tolls us that—--1,1 Universal suffrage would, under nnv circumstance, be a great error in Italy at present. Enthusiasts may declare, if they like, that priestly Influence is destroyed, or that if it manifest itself it is because the Government favors such influence. The ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Beautiful Book. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

A Beautiful Book. At this season of giving presents, we think no present can be better than a good book. There is one little book that we know, and that we regret is not more generally known, which we wish to speak of—“ Adelaide Procter’s Poems.” This volume we consider one of the gems of the English language. It is a book of meditation, a book of true poetry, a book of beautiful stories, a book of the outer world and of the deepest heart-chambers, it is a book of patience and pathos—in a word, it is a book that will do anyone good who will read it, either with a view to verse or devotion . Let us say a few words of the authoress ofthis book. Adelaide Anne Procter was born in London, in Ootober, 1525. She was the eldest child of Brian Waller Procter, better known to literature as Barry Corn wall, and began her literary career by contributing to the magazines under an assumed name. But although these magazines published her poems, they gave them but little notice, and for a long time...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Brigandage in Italy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Brigandage in Italy. The Daily Xeics of London seems cither obliged by duty or by payment to defend the Italian Government at all costs. Through its columns we learned, not long ago, that brigandage in Italy was a spectre invented by the clericals to frighten the people and to bring the government into contempt. Yet the government itself is frightened at the spectre and is taking effective means to lay it. Southern Italy is desolated by brigandage, and there is n well-founded opinion in the minds of men that this brigandage is created by the Government itself. Poor people bent down by poverty and rendered desperate by taxations they were unable to pay, beholding their sons, their only hope, dragged away to serve a cause they hated, under a flag which they despised, have arisen and fled to |he mountains, rebels against law and order. They live by pillage and levying tribute on their richer neighbors, and, before wo condemn them, wo should consider their provocations. Now, however, Ge...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Population of Michigan. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

The Population of Michigan. According' to tlm United States census reports, Michigan Ims an American-born population of and a foreign-born element numbering 208,010. The Secretary of the State of Michigan, however, adds the observation, in a report approved by the State Medical Society, that half of the American-horn are the children of foreignbom parents. This leaves but some 450,000, in round numbers, of native parentage, and 113,41:; of these being natives of New York, Ohio, Massachusetts and other States, wo infer that Michigan lias but some 40,000 of native stock, or about onethirtieth of the population, which is not, by any means a good exhibit for so rich and vigorous a commonwealth. Academy of tub Sacred Heart, Providence. R. I.—AYe refer our readers to the advertisement of this newly-established Academy, on tlio seventh page of this paper.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Gaspar Becerra. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Gaspar Becerra. BY HENRY W. LONGFELLOW. By liis; evening Are the artist Pondered o'er liis secret shame; Baffled, weary and disheartened, Still lie mused, and dreamed ol fame. ’T was an image of the Virgin That had tasked his utmost skill; But, alas! his fair ideal Vanished and escaped him still. From a distant Eastern island Had the precious wood been brought; Day and night the anxious master At his toil untiring wrought. Till discouraged and desponding, Sat be now in shadows deep, And the day's humiliation Found oblivion in sleep. Then a voice cried: “ Rise. O Master! From the burning brand of oak Shape the thought that stirs within thee!” And the startled artist woke, — Woke, and from the smoking embers Seized and quenched the glowing wood; And therefrom he carved an image, And he saw that it was good. O thou sculptor, painter, poet! Take this lesson to thy heart : That is best which lieth nearest— Shape from that thy work of art.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Ordinations. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Ordinations. On the 21st of December, the lit. Rev. Bishop Horan, of Kingston, Dominion of Canada, assisted by the Very Rev. James Farrelly, V. G., andtheßcv. J. P. O’Boyle conferred the sacred order of Priesthood on Rev. C. J. Duffus, deacon of the diocese. The Rev. gentleman on the following morning sang his first Mass in St. Mary’s Cathedral, to which he is for the present attached. His Grace, the Most Rev. J. B. Purcell, on the ISth of December, in the Metropolitan Church, Cincinnati, conferred Ecclesiastical Tonsure and the Four Minor Orders on Messrs. Peter Englert, Nicholas Iloltel, and Engelbert Peter, all of the Order of Bt. Francis; also on Augustus Homan and Patrick Glceson, both seculars. On the following day, in the chapel of Mount St. Mary’s of the West, ho conferred Subdeaconship on Messrs. Nicholas Eilermann and A. Homan for the Diocese of Cincinnati, andP. Gleesonior that of Nashville. On the day after he raised the same three gentlemen to the Diaconate; and on Satu...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Matter of General Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

A Matter of General Interest. The invention of oil cliromo printing places within the reach of the masses the possession of pictures of the highest class of art. The printed oil colors of a firstclass cliromo are as rich and as lustrous as the colors laid on by the artist’s brush; and the outlinos of the portrait or landscape are as softly and truly rendered on the lithographic press as on the painter’s easel. Tlie oil-color cliromo of the great Dominican, Father Burke, which has been specially prepared ior the subscribers of The Pilot, is the work of one of the largest and best chromo-printing firms in the United States. The impressive robes of the monk, and hi* strongly-marked features, afforded a fine field for the artist to show his talent; and so striking has been his success.that Father Burke himself, when last in Boston, on seeing the picture in its first stages, declared the likeness admirable. Had he seen it after its seven printings, each printing in a rich oil-color, he w...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Mr. Froude’s Return. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Mr. Froude’s Return. The X. Y. Commercial Advertiser of Dec. 2d says:—‘ ‘ Mr. I'roude sails to-day in the Adriatic. The noble steamer, avc understand, goes to sea with lier propeller in a crippled condition, and the great historian returns to liis native land Avitli a crippled reputation. We wish these tivo interesting,cripples a happy voyage and a safe arrival out.” We have not a Avord to add. The Commercial Advertiser speaks for us. We wish Mr. Fronde a happy A'oyagc home. We direct our readers to the advertisement of Burns and Kelly’s Boot and Shoe Store, on another page. Dealers at that store get good value for their money.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Dec. 31, 1872. Tlie Last Week of tlie Year Has been marked in New York by a series ol horrors which have startled everybody. The great snow storm which commenced between two and three o’clock on the morning of S. Stephen’s Day, was by far the most severe which has visited the city within fifteen years. Preceded as it was by intense cold, that made home joys the more to be appreciated, it found the earth ready frozen to receive the snow-flakes without melting a single one. About thirty inches of snow fell on St. Stephen’s Day before the storm abated. The hindrance to city travel thus created can be easily imagined in the long, narrow island which holds all Gotham. The city authorities, however, set vigorously to work and carted away as much as possible of the snow from Broadway, and otherwise endeavored to make the principal avenues passable. The car lines were all but prevented from running during the first day of the storm, but with snow-ploughs, swee...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Accident at Seton Hall College. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Accident at Seton Hall College. W« notice with regret the particulars of a sad accident, on Christinas Day, which resulted in the shooting of a seminarian of Seton Hall College, in Koseville, a suburban part of Newark, N. -1., a number of people had assembled to witness a shooting match, when one of the rifles accidentally discharged i» an oblique direction among the spectators, lodging in the arm of the seminarian Terence Brady. lie was removed to St. Michael’s Hospital, and his arm was amputated to save his life. It is now probable ho will recover. A correspondent from Terryville, Litchfield Cos., Conn., writes to chronicle the death of a good Catholic—Patrick O’Donnell—who died on the 3d of December and was buried on the sth. He leaves a Avidow and eight son s. He was one of Terry vllle’s Catholic pioneers, and has past over 53 summers and many trials in Connecticut. His remains Avere followed by a large funeral to theCatholicCemetery of Terryville. May his soul rest in peace. Am...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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OUR PROVIDENCE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

OUR PROVIDENCE LETTER. Providence,B. 1., Dec. 27,187-2. ; At a confirmation held last Sunday, in St. Mary’s Church, Olneyville, Eev. Dr. Quinn, Pastor, Right Rev. Dr. Ilendricken confirmed over three hundred persons, i Amongst these was a large humber of I adults, and twelve converts. The Bishop : addressed the children both before and aft er the confirmation. j The Bt. Rev. Dr. Ilendricken lectured to an audience of 1,300, in St .Joseph’s Church on the evening of the 15th inst. The subject was. “ The Popular Objections against ! the True Church.” The proceeds were for ! the poor of the parish, i Pairs have already been held tor the new i Cathedral of Providence in North Easton, j Pall River, Valley Falls, Central Palls, | Newport, St. Michael’s, St. Patrick’s, and j the Church of the Assumption. Providence, j The pastors of all these churches have i shown the most commendable zeal in this | undertaking. j The zealous pastor of North Easton, Rev. F. A. Quin, has been promoted by Rt....

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Source: Boston College
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Christmas Day at the Immaculate Conception, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Christmas Day at the Immaculate Conception, Boston. Inspite o£ the inclemency of the weather, the new arrangement of steam-fixtures was such that the "church was perfectly comfortable. Father McGurk sang Mass, Fr. Charlier was Beacon, Mr. Shandelle Subclcacon, Mr. Becker Master of Ceremonies. The decorations of green were not so elaborate as last year, but the profusion of natural flowers and lights in the huge candelabra and the torches of the acolytes more than compensated. Fr. Fulton preached in his usual impressive manner, liis topic being 1 ‘ What would have been our State had not Christ become Man'r” The choir sang Mozart’s Twelfth—often sung, but rarely so well. There was a large attendance "in the evening at Vespers, when the chief feature was a Christmas carol, composed by Dr. Willcox, and sung in parts by the College choir in the sanctuary, robed in surplices. Of the many occasions when in this church pleasure was administered to eye and ear, there was perhaps none so enjo...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Lectures. On the evening of Dec 15th, Rt. Rev. 11. J. McQuaid, of Rochester, delivered a very eloquent and instructive lecture on “Christian Education,” in Watertown, N. Y. Rev. W. H. Gross, Superior of the Redemptorist Fathers, Boston, delivered a very effective lecture on “ Intemperance,” under the auspices of the Catholic Lyceum Association, Charlestown, Mass., on Sunday, Dec. 29th. Fathek Kane’s lecture, under the auspices of the Young Catholic’s Friend Society, at Washington. D. C., on “ The Dangers and Duties of the Hour,” was eloquent and impressive. lie advised all Catholics to patronize only such writings as harmonized with the doctrines of the Church, and warned them especially against tlie Tyndalls, the Darwins, the Woodliulls, the Harpers, anil even the Froudes, some of their theories being opposed to the welfare of society a well as the interests of the true faith.

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