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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

BIRTHS. Feb. 27, in Dublin, the wife of Edward Ellis, of a son. 28, the wife of James Walsh, of a son. March 7. the wife of AVilliam Todd, of a daughter. Feb. 23, at New Park, Athlone, the wife of Jas. Murtagh, esq., of a daughter. Feb. 27, at Balbriggan, the wife of T. O’Neil, esq., of a daughter. March 6, at Lake view, co. Roscommon, the wife of Timothy Kelly, of a son. Marche, the wife of Richard Irwin, esq., of Rathmoyle, co. Roscommon, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. Feb, 24, in Dublin, John A. Byrne, to Kate, daughter of the late Marks Murray. Robert Hume, to Mary, daughter of John ,J. Meighan. At Monkstown, Joliu, son of the late Patrick Tertian, esq., Drogheda, to Maryanne. daughter of the late Dr. Dromgoole, of Colon, co. Louth. Feb. 24, at Cloverhlil, James Saiulys, esq., Durham Lodge, county Roscommon, to Margaret, daughter of James White, esq., Rockfleld, Roscommon. DEATHS. Feb. 25, in Dublin. Jeremiah Connor, aged 40. 25, Annie, wifeof Joseph 11. Emerson,esq. Thos. Keegan. 26...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Irish Bishops and Mr. Butt, M.P. European Hotel, March -2, 1873. Mv Dear Mr. Butt.—l have exceeding pleasure in conveying to you the enclosed vote of thanks unanimously passed by the assembled Archbishops and Bishops of Ireland at their meeting on Friday last. I deeply and gratefully appreciate the kindly fueling which caused my brother prelates to select me as the medium whereby this expression of their obligation was to be communicated to you. It is impossible that I can ever forget the splendid services you have rendered, not alone to my fel-low-traversers and myself, in the' late memorable State prosecutions, but also to interests incomparably dearer, higher, and more sacred; or tfiat any of us can ever cease to remember with admiration and gratitude the devotedness, the unmeasured ardor, with which you flung yourself into our vindication, and, by the power of your genius, won for truth and justice some of theipost memorable moral victories our country has ever celebrated. W...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

TYRONE Of Elizabeth McMi county Tyrone, in May. 1864: was in New York. 'Any pc whereabouts will confer a"fare Stewart McMicliol. Baltimore dressing a letter to him at once New York papers please cop Of John Smith, aged 2 of the parish of Drummore, t< dan. county Tyrone; when is March. 1572, was with James street. Fall Hirer, Mass. lnf< him will be by M. Smi ninth street. New York City, will heur of something to his a ROSCOM.Mt Of Patrick Kildey, naconnell, aged 38 years; win five years ago, lie was then ii countv, Mo. Information o ceiyed by his brother, Thomas row, Washington street, Bost< Of Bridget and Jani ters of Mary Dunican and wi resided at the Four Mi iU 1 bride, county Roscommon place about 29 years aeo; whi was supposed to be in Roxburi ell. Mass. Jane left about Q her family—don’t know the hr formation of them will be nephew, Peter Hart, who has only a few months. Address 53 Parker street, Newark, N.« American papers please copy DERRY. Of...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

EiVGIiAXI ..Of Mrs. Maky Makes Mary Stacy), and her husband, carder; they left Manchester ten years ago, and went to Information of them will be rec lock, Grand Bapids P. 0., Mic Of William Jones, a i pool, England, and raised in H last heard from, some years aa while front and to Baltimore boarding-house he used to ste he sailed in a schooner for Bosl 'dress David Jones, care of M Ho Gilmor street, Baltimore. M BUBLIIV. Of Patrick Buttki trade, a sou of John Butterley of Dublin, who came to this coi Foxop, Miltown, Dublin, abi ago. As his mother is on a si like to see him if he is alive. I see her, and he may hear of 60; vantage. His father and mol from their son but gratitude, beard from him be was in Endii about 22 years ago. If he coi pay his way back to where he 1 will be received by his fatbei No. 222 Grove street, or 561 C Citv.N. J. WICKLOW Of Joseph Presley, Wicklow, who left there in 1555 from, in 1869, he was in St. Lot tion of him will be received by tbew Healey, Marquet...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “Edward E. Cantwell.” Philadelphia, Pa.—We published in The Pilot, some two years since, a full sketch of the history of the Cantwell stock in Ireland. The.sketch has not been reprinted. “Denis Reardon,” Stuyvesant, N. Y.— Something of the kind was mentioned in the newspapers, hut we do not remember the particulars. If we can reach our files, and find anything therein on the subject, we shall make * ‘ a note thereof ” ior your satisfaction very cheerfully. “Martin Walsh,” Reading, Pa.—An approximate statement of the public debts of the leading European Governments recently published, affords the following comparative ligurcs : Great Britain £730,000,000 France 743.000,000 Italy 330,000,000 Russia 355,000,000 Austria. 300,000,000 Spain... 261,000,000 Turkey Holland Portugal 64,000.000 Bebriuin 27.000.000 Greece?.... 13.000,000 !^*iss!'!ss! Denmark 1-.000.000 The debts of the rest of the world are much smalle...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Boston and Vicinity. On and after .\pril 19, /lie Cunnrd Line, will despatch a steamey every Saturday, in addition to Wednesday, and later in the summer every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday. McEehaney, for the murder of his wife, was hanged in this city March 21, and Foster, for the murder of Avery D. Putnam with a car-liook, in New York. The stern work in both instances was done without any unseemly exhibition. The total number of deaths in Boston the week ending March 22, was 178—96 males, and 82 females; 123 of foreign parentage, and 55 American. Consumption caused 85 deaths, scarlet fever 16, inflammation of lungs 13, cerebro-spinal meningitis 10, convulsions 8, heart-disease 7, small-pox 6, 1 suicide, and 1 was executed. The remaining 81 deaths were due to 31 different causes. Boston Mutual Widow and Orphan Association met In their Hall, 19 Hanover street, Wednesday evening, March 19, and elected the following officers for the ensuing year: —President, James O’Day; VicePresid...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Temperance. The annual convention of the Catholic Temperance Union of New Jersey will take place at Elizabeth, N. J., May 12. A meeting was held in the Church of SS. Peter and Paul, Cork, Mai'ch 2, to organize anew society, entitled, “Association of Prayer in Honor of the Sacred Thirst and Agony of Jesus,” which has for itsprimaiy object the suppression of drunkenness. The New Bishop of Newark, I)r. Corrigan, writes to the President of the X. Y. Union it will give me great pleasure to second the sound principles so admirably enunciated by the Most Rev. Archbisliop of Baltimore, wbh regard to the Catholie virtue of Temperance.” lITCHBUBG, Mass.—The following officers of the rather Mathew Total Abstinencc Society have been elected:-,!. M. Brady, 1 resident; Thomas Column, Vice--1 resident, *Jnines Munjliv Record inc Sec* Yom; y < ; >nio • •n mlth ‘ Secretary; John Croby, Treasurer; u Farrel Ir John Dorcty, Dominick Kuinc, Trustees.' ’ Tiie Hon. William It. Robert...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Our Chromo. C|e- plot BOSTON, APRIL 5, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholie be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”— Rev. Thomas n. burke. 0. P. The Cliromo of Fr. Burke we are sending off as rapidly as it can be done up and mailed. Already nearly twenty thousand have been sent to subscribers, who have paid their subscriptions and postage at the office or by mail. All subscribers who have not received their Chromo will get it in a week or two.

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A Model Celebration. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

A Model Celebration. II anybody doubt Ibe spread of “ our element” over the United States, we respectfully refer him to our 6th page, where he will find evidence enough to convince the most skeptical. Besides the cities there mentioned, we have been compelled to hold over reports of the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day from at least twice as many places. It is natural that the features of this particular celebration should be similar in different cities. Nothing new comes into it from year to year. It is the exhibition of a deep-laid principle, a parade of faith and nationality, that must remain the same a hundred years hence as it is to-day. In a few places, however, we noticed interesting novelties in the minor features of the celebration: for instance, in Hamilton, Canada, the day was celebrated by the Protestant societies; and very properly so, for certain it is, that whatever difference exists now between their faith and ours, they owe their Christianity to St. Patrick. In Indi...

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An Amiable School-Ma'am. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

An Amiable School-Ma'am. As the procession in honor of St. Patrick was passin g one of the Boston public schools, many little Irish girls became restless and turned furtively in their seats. Their teacher manifested her sympathy with their excitement by slapping them and drawing down the window curtains! How her scholars must love her! What an amiable wife she will make for some lucky man ! How patient and tender a mother of children. Strangely enough, many of her pupils quite forgot to appear at all at the second session of school that day.

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MONUMENT TO THE LATE GEN. SCHOULER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

MONUMENT TO THE LATE GEN. SCHOULER. We refer to an advertisement on the sth page for particulars in relation to the intended monument. Any of the members of the old !)th and 28th Mass. Begts. desirous to cent ribute towards the erection of the monument, can send their contributions to Mr. Donahoe, or to any of the committee.

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The Death Penalty, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Death Penalty, Justice has made herself severely iclt I during the past lew weeks. In Knoxville, Tenn., on the 14th March, Osborne was hanged lor the murder of Mrs. Mathews; in Chicago, on the 20th, Driver was hanged for the murder oi his wife; in New York, on the 21st, Foster was hanged for the murder of Mr. Putnair.; and in Boston, on the same day, McElhaney was hanged for the murder of his wife. And so much has the idea of extreme punishment affected the popular mind, that the President’s clem- | ency in pardoning the murderer O’Brien, | in Washington, has been widely and sej verely censured. I Of the cases of these men, thus legally ! killed for the good of the people, we may say a few words. The murderer Osborne | was a vulgar and commonplace brute, friendless because of his had qualities, ! and from his case nothing fruitful can be gleaned. George Driver, hanged in Chicago, was a Scotchman, “a Scotch lieelandman,” as he described himself, and up to the commission of his cr...

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Dr. Clarke on the Incarnation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Dr. Clarke on the Incarnation. Dr. James Freeman Clarke argues that our Divine Lord could not have been God, because, if he were God his love would not be human tenderness, his courage would be unmeaning, his humility a deception, his piety a contradiction. Possibly Dr. Clarke may be ignorant of the Catholic doctrine of the Incarnation, but we do not believe he is of those who cherish and cultivate such ignorance; we therefore inform him the Catholic Chux-ch hath ever taught that our Lord was Perfect Man as well as Perfect God. Surely, as Perfect Man he could well be, wliat, indeed, he has been in every age for Catholics, the most exalted example of human tenderness, courage, humility and piety. Yet, our risen Lord said to St. Thomas the Aposlle, “Re not incredulous, but faithful ; ” and when St. Thomas cried out, “ My Lord and my God! ” far from rebuking or correcting him, our Saviour replied: ‘ ‘Because thou hast seen Me, Thomas, thou hast believed: blessed (hey who have not seen ...

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The German Penal Laws. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The German Penal Laws. Among the cruelties of persecution adopted by the Roman Emperors against the early Christians, the victim’s ignorance of the time and of tlio manner of his persecution was one of the most terrible. Tacitus tells us that the Romans insulted the Christians as they were being led off to death; and the variety of punishments invented by these early Emperors is clearly indicated by the same historian when he tells us what took place under Nero. The victims were covered with the skins of beasts in order that dogs should devour them; they were nailed to crosses, sometimes they were burned as torches, to serve when day passed away, to illuminate the darkness. Now-a-drys, however, we have changed all that. The random persecution of the Roman Emperors is not in uso now; attacks against the Church are dealt out now according to law and with all the paraphernalia of bills and acts of Parliament , with decrees and royal signatures. There is hut little difference in the res...

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Rev. John B. Purcell, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Rev. John B. Purcell, Boston. The diocese of Boston has suffered another very severe loss. The Rev. John B. Purcell, of the Cathedral of this city, a most gentle, amiable, zealous and eloquent priest , ‘ ‘ beloved of God and of men,” has been suddenly taken from us. Father Purcell had been ailing for a long time, hut lie bore his illness so uncomplainingly, and was habitually so cheerful, that his friends hardly suspected that his end was near till about twelve hours before it came. But he was perfectly prepared for it, and fortified by the last Sacraments which he received in the full possession of all his faculties, and with the most touching devotion, he welcomed it with joy. He died on Monday morning, the 21th ult., about half-past five o’clock. Father Purcell was a native of Randolph, Massachusetts, and received his education at the College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, and at the Theological Seminary, of Troy, N. Y. He was in his twentyninth year, and had been a priest for nea...

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Americans in Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Americans in Rome. Our readers -will find on our first page the address presented to the Pope hy the American Catholics In Rome. We have seen lately a letter from one of the gentlemen then presented to His Holiness, Mr. Martin Milmore, the distinguished sculptor of Boston, and we have obtained permission to make a few extracts. Mr. Milmore acknowledges the great kindness of Dr Chatard, President of the American College, with whom he dined lately, there being present Bishop Bourget, of Montreal, Dr. Vaughan, Bishop of Salford, England, and other distinguished men, priests and laymen. “On the 27th,” says Mr. Milmore, ‘ ‘ I had an audience with the Pope, through Dr. Chatard. There was an address presented to him hy the American Catholics. The Holy Father is over eighty —a very charming and loveable man. He is extremely erect, and simple in manner, full of humor, a beautiful face, and very expressive eye. He gave me his blessing.” After this, Mr. Milmore gives a long and interesting acc...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER, New York, March 25, 1873. The Execution of Foster, On Friday last,was the great morbid event of the week. From the moment it became known that sturdy old Governor Dix would not commute the death-sentence, that peculiar change of feeling came over the community, which mingles pity for the man with satisfaction at the punishment of ciime. There was a genuine excitement among all classes; hut there were not many who doubted tbe justice of the decree. The story which circulated in whispers—for it ditl not find its way into the press—was a cuiious, and, in some respects, a touching one. William Foster, the condemned man, it was said, is the son of wealthy parents. He was a wild youth, and not all the mild Sunday-school youtli which his clerical friends painted him to the Governor in their petition. No one describes him os radically bad; but his life is singularly devoid of good actions. He was, it would seem, a man of strong impulses, and wherever these led him, he f...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Obituary. A keport was received at the office of tlie Registrar of Records, New York City on Saturday, March 15, from Dr. John J,ynch. of No. 215 West Twenty-fifth street, that Mary McGrath, aged one hundred years, born in Ireland, and for thirty years a resident of that city, died of old age March It, at No. 620 Sixth avenue. She was buried on Saturday, March 15 from the residence of her daughter, Mrs! Marcella Leavy, 629 Sixth avenue, on Sunday, March 16, at one o’clock, p. m., precisely. Interment in Holy Cross Cemetery Flatbush, L. I.

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Literary Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Literary Criticisms. Tire Old Catholics at Cologne, a sketch in three scenes, by Herr Frollcli. New York: James A. McGee. This is a clever imitation of the “ Comedy of Convocation,” by Mr. Frank Marshall, the brother of the Doctor. There are parts of this amusing little book which are very good. The speeches in favor of the infallibility of the Pope ami of the ecumenicity of the Vatican Council are excellent, and the answer to the objection to the infallibility of the Pope, taken from the condemnation of Pope Honorius, is admirably put; but there are parts of the “sketch” which seem to us to ba wanting in delicacy. We miss the keen rapier of the Doctor’, wit, which wounds unto death while it scarcely seems to draw blood. The plots of the ” sketch ”we dislike very much. Any such conduct as that attributed to ileeren I'rolich und Ernst is indefensible—much less should the author seemingly commend it. The I book, however, will sell well, and be a source of great amusement and of uselul...

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Catholic Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Catholic Intelligence, At the Mission of the Jesuit Fathers, just closer! in SS. Peter and Paul’s Church, South Boston, which lasted three weeks, there were 10.000 communicants. On. Sunday, March 23, the Fathers, under the directions of Rev. 11. Gluckmeyer, S. J., opened a Mission at the Immaculate Conception Church, Boston, which is being largely attended. It is to last two weeks. The appointment by the Pope of Bishop Corrigan for the Diocese of Newark, N. J. t and 01 Bishop Gross for the Diocese of Savannah. Ga.. was announced at Rome Saturday, Feb. 22. The Catholics of Concord, Mass., have : naturally manifested the keenest regret on. | losing the universally esteemed pastor, Father John O’Brien, who has been asI signed to Jill the vacancy left by the late j Father Dcnalioe, East Cambridge. On announcing the change to his congregation, in Concord, on Sunday, March ID, a feeling of profound sorrow pervaded the hearts of ail present. Nor was the sentiment confined to the Catholics,...

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