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St. Patrick’s Pay. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

St. Patrick’s Pay. flu- I'rfot BOSTON, APRIL 5, 1873. We earnestly request all our friends who intend to write reports of tlie celebration, to send them on immediately; and to write briefly. Everything that ts necessary can he judiciously said on one page of note paper.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson's Review. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson's Review. Mr. Donahoo lias been appointed Agent for the New England States tor the sale of this truly excellent QUARTERLY, which has just been revived by tlio author, O. A BItOWNSOK. Subscription price, 8 5 per annum, in advance. Single numbers, 81 -■> per copy. The number lor January is now ready. Every intelligent Catholic ought to subscrib'e. Address PATKICK liOXAHOE, Publisher and Bookseller, o(10 Washington street, Boston, Mass.

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Where We Are to be Found, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Where We Are to be Found, The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 360 Washington street. drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Booms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, f3£J Temple place.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor, of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums nave been received since our last:— Miss Catherine O’Connor, Canton 85 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will npply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Nicholas M. Williams $5O 00 Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor will please pay up their subscriptions,at their earliest convenience , to Mr. Doxahoe. or the Superinten-

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PASCHAL CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

PASCHAL CANDLES. Mr. Donahoe is now prepared to supply the Reverend Clergy with Paschal Candles of the following sizes and styles. Orders SHOULD BE SENT IN AT ONCE Height 2 feat 7 inches. Plain $2 00 “ 3 “ 4 y* “ '• 400 “ 3 “ 4>s; " Ornamented 500 “ 4** 2>2 “ Plain 550 “ 4 “ 'iy 2 “ Ornamented 700 “ 4 “ 7 “ Plain 700 “ 4 “ 7 “ Ornamented 900 “ 5 “ 7 “ “ ~11 50 The above prices include boxing, etc. Address—PATßlCK DONAHOE, 300 Washington street, Boston.

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The Forty Hours’ Devotion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Forty Hours’ Devotion. Conlalnin/j a History of the .Devotion, Form of Ceremony, aud Appropriate Devotional Exercises fwrilie occasion. Carefully corrected, revised, and enlarged, By a Clergyman -ot the Diocese of Boston. 21 mo. Paper covers IScts Flexible: cloth covers... 20 This Devotion, now becoming general throughout the Dnited States, is but verylittle understood by our Catholic community. Everything pertaining to it is thoroughly explained in this little work. The prayers have been carefullv selected, and are expressly suited for the proper observance of the Devotion. so :tf Du. -Gilbebt on “Poedo Baptism.” A fair price will he paid for a copy of this work. Address Patrick Donahoe, 300 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Mission Books, Rosaries, Scapulars, pic-tares,-and everything used at U\o Missions, lor sale at-Donahoe’s bookstore, SCO Washington street. 3t Bear this in Mind That no one gets the Chromo of Father Burke unless those wlio pay a,year in advance, aud twenty c...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Loss of a Steamer, Boston.— The steam yacht, Grace Irving, well known in Boston harbor, hut recently bought by the Hon. James Richie and New Bedford parties for use in the latter city, went down off Duxbury, during llie gale on Sunday afternoon, March 10, and aU on board, Mr. Richie, and four men belonging in New Bedford, were drowned. Fatal Consequences of a Strike.— Some twenty or thirty men, who, a few days ago,-struckwork on the slough Levee Works,.fliteen miles below Hannibal. Mo. organized ,a .mob, attacked Matt Harris, the timekeeper, and Thomas Stapleton, tiie boss of the works, throwing stones and firing pistols at them. Harris and Stapleton returned the lire, and killed l’at Vaughan, one otthe ringleaders, and mortally wounded. Patrick McNamara. Harris and Stapleton went to Hannibal, where they were arrested. Hkeamupl Accident.—Julia Dun leavy ,•,£>. girl aged twelve years, employed in the Danbury. Conn., shirt tactory, dropped a spool...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. l>cn<s» of th« 15t v. l>nutcl Cull. H'e are greatly pained to heard the very sudden death, at Saratoga Springs, of the Uev. Daniel Cull, so long known as the paster oi the Catholic Chureli in that place. Father Cull was about in his usual health on the Ist hist., but on the morning of the 2nd, the first Sunday in Lent, at about ten o’clock, without warning, he was called away. It is supposed to be disease of the heart. Daniel Cull was born in County Down In 1814. He came to this country in 182.9. Going out to Kentucky, he made his Studies and was ordained priest. Afterwards he came to the State of New Yorkthen all one Diocese. Fora short time he was connected with Fordham College. In 1850 he was sent to Saratoga Springs, where he built the present line St. Peter’s Church. For several years his health has been feeble, anti he has been without parochial charge. His funeral took place on the sth. in the Church that he had built, and...

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

Personal. Father Casey-edits tlie Milwaukee Catholic Vindicator. Tiie Polish Society of Milwaukee joined in the St. Patrick’s L>ay procession in that city. It numbered over 100 members. M. C. O’Connor, of Toledo, has been appointed DepntyU. 8. Marshal fortbeNorthera District oi Ohio. The: Ottawa Times announces Mr. Howe’s appointment to the Governorship ol' Nova Scotia. Col. William McMichael (son of the exMayor, Morton McMichael) is to be the new District Attorney for Philadelphia. Carlyle , speaking of the Irish University Bdl to a friend, has characteristically described it as an ‘ '.amorphous botch, out ol which nothing endurable can ever be made.” When Father Burlce landed at Queenstown. Ireland, on the 7th of March, he was received with enthusiasm, and presented with an address of thanks for his arguments against Mr. Froude. George Francis Train lias been declared a lunatic by a medical commission. lie says when they send him to an asylum he’ll make the place howl. ...

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LATEST STEAMER SEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

LATEST STEAMER SEWS. ROME. M(ir. Menuillod raid tfic Pope. The address pi’esented to the Pope by English, and other Catholics, March 0, was, the Diritto is assured, written by Monsiguor Mermillod. Address to the Pope. Prince Lichtenstein presented, on March 7, an address to the Pope. In reply, his Holiness said that the anticipations of Catholic*—ilmt with the occupation of Rome the Church would be reduced to a state of slavery—has been realized. The Pope’s Visitors. The Pope gave an audience on March 1, to 1(53 foreign personages representing the Catholics of Austria, Belgium, Prance, Germany, Great Britain. Italy, Spain America and Switzerland. Prince Alfred of Lichtenstein, read an address. Ilis Holiness replied, and presented a medal bear- i mg his effigy to each member of the dey« - tation. AUSTRIA. A Hock Crystal Watch. One of the curiosities of the Vienna Exhibition will be a watch made entirely of rock crystal. Many years since, a workman in a French manufactory dccidcd*to m...

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

DEATHS. Notices like tlio following are Inserted for 25 cents. ATEW YORK CITY. Nicholsox— March 10. Pairick Nicholson, a native of the parish of Drumclifl', county Sligo. Ireland, aged 35. Sexton —March 13, Mary Ann, wife of the late Michael Sexton, a native of Rossuiore, Adair, county Lfrnerinfc, Ireland, in the 45th year of her Lyons —March 13. Margaret Lvons. a native of Gost, county Galway, Ireland. agedSC. Guinan —March (l.Marv Guinan. wife of Bernard Guinan,a native of Clara. King’s county, Ireland, in the 37th year of her age. Campbell— March 10, Bridget Campbell, wife of James Campbell, a native of county Tyrone, Ireland, aged 24. Appleton— March 7, Robert Appleton, county Armagh,lreland, in the 32d year of bis age. Cloonan— March 10, Margaret Cloonan, wife of Stephen Cloonan, a native; of Clara, Kina’s co., Ireland, in the 65th year of her age. Brady —March 10. Thomas Brady, of the parish of Castlerahu, county Cavan, Ireland, in the C3d year of his age. S'i ytii—March 15, M...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

OBITUARY. rate°of C l 2 f °7 ow ‘ n ' f . arp inserted at the Si^aiiiassa^’afi-w--lEei> .in Eullalo, Jf, y Ar-ireli on at the aye or 48 years, Thomas ( >•>’ T r:‘ , . ’ Dikd, at Fayetteville, Brown counts OW°. Feb. 27, Ellen McCormack . wife of I>at’ rick 1 eatridge, and daughter of Thomas m r w aiack and Bridget O’Rorke, a native of Cull, u ough, county VUstmeatb. Ireland, aged 71 v irs" felie has left three sons and two daughters to mourn her loss. She is interred witii her hus hand and six children in Fayetteville cemetery May ner soul rert in peace. Amen. New Yoru, Brooklyn, and Ireland papers please copy. Pa Died, at St. Clair, Schuylkill countv, t.. Patrick McKeon, aged 60 years, born in Ballina, county Mayo. He emigrated to this country in 1811. During the time he has been here has been a respected citizen, and gained many friends. He leaves a wile and teu children to deplore his loss, all of whom wore at his bedside to receive his ...

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SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. Owing to the immense pressure on our space, by letters from almost every town in the United States, describing the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, we are forced to condense every report , so as to be able to give a word all round. Our friends, who have written long and interesting accounts, must take this into consideration when they see only a few lines where they expected half a column. Were we to give in full every letter we have received, the “ celebration’’ would fill The Pilot till July. Dorchester, Mass. The Dorchester Mutual Relief Society dispensed with the usual parade this year, and voted to attend a lecture, delivered by tne Rev. Father Kennedy, of St. James’ Church, the proceeds of which was in aid of the erection of the new church on Meeting House Hill, Rev. P. Ronan pastor. The lecture was a complete success. Alter the lecture some fortv members of theD.M. It. Society, with invited guests, sat down to a supper, ...

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The Day in Canada. The Green and the Red. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Day in Canada. The Green and the Red. Ottawa. The Irishmen of this city and vicinity turned out on the 17th in great force. About 5,000 walked in procession to the new St. Patrick’s Church, where High Mass was held; a collection was taken up realizing over $510,000. The service was celebrated at the new St. Patrick’s Church at 8.30, and Hign Mass at the Cathedral at 10. The sermon was preached by Rev. l ather Molloy, who took for his text the 15th chapter of Matthew, 21st verse. After the procession Mr. P. H. Waller, President of St. Patrick’s Literary Association, delivered a fine address. .A concert was given in the evening under the patronage of the Governor- General, anu was very successful. Montreal. The procession here was magnificent. Many of the banners were beautiful, and the uniforms were rich and tasteful, and the whole had a most respectable, as well as an imposing appearance. A number of triumphal arches, with suitable mottos, spanned the line of march, and there wa...

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MARCH 17, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

MARCH 17, 1873. BY WILLIAM O. EATON. For The Pilot. Once more arrayed, as oft I’ve seen The sires of sous who march to-day. With badge and plume and banner green. In fond memorial display. O, none who hold their country dear, Or prize the fortune of the tree, Unmoved can F.riu's music hear, Unmoved lur patriot pageant see. ’Tis Erin’s hope, this lively strain. This strain of sorrow her despair, Her smiles and tears, her joy and pain, Alternate 6weetlv on the air. With scarce enough for Hope t ) live, „ With too much spirit all to die. Too sad to smile, too proud to grieve. To-day they march with memory. Whose brightened mirror shows to-day Home, country, ail they've iett and lost. And from Love's sunburst streams a ray O’er all the treasures exile cost I Deem ye that hearts so l'oud can fail, When comes the da> they, w atching, wait. Uo read the r> and heroic tale Of how they fought for yoif.oi late, And know that with as martial head, As true an eye and llrm a...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

THE GATHERER. “A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.’ 1 Man respires, aspires, expires. To understand truth, one must live it. Goon living—Living within your means. He who talks, sows; he who listens, reaps. Nothing begets confidence sooner than punctuality. He that can travel well afoot keeps a good horse. The worst wheel of a cart makes the most noise. An essay on man—A woman's attempt to marry him. Never relate your misfortunes, and never grieve over what you cannot prevent. When is a man not a man?—When he’s abed. Vice stings us even in our pleasure, but virtue consoles us even in our pains. Faithfulness and sincerity are the highest things. Ben Butler says, “This is a bad year for the righteous.” Tell me with whom thou goest, and I will tell thee what thou doest. $ Beware of little expenses; a small leak will sink a great ship. Without adversaries, no conflict; and without conflict, no crown. The richer a man makes his food the poorer he makes his appetite. Thebe are some perso...

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Temperance Brought to the Bar. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Temperance Brought to the Bar. CxncoPEE, Mnss, March 17,1573. To the Editor of The Pilot. Deab Sir:—Will you allow mo space in the columns of your most excellent jour- | nal, to inquire of those w hose duty it is to inform the public, whether the “ Temperance Organization ” has in view any other object than merely the suppression of intemperance. From the interest which bishops, priests and distinguished laymen seem to take in the movement, it would appear that its members, besides being sober men, should also be remarkable for the practice of other Christian virtues: that besides frequenting the Sacraments they should also act in accordance with the Church, and by submitting to her teaching, and deserving her precepts, prove themselves what they are known to be—a Catholic society in every sense of the word. Nov/ ii this be the object of the Temperance Organization—if it has been instituted for the purpose of making its members not only sober and steady, but also better men m every ...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

His Eminence Card His Eminenco the Cardi has issued the following ci: TO THE CLEEGY, SECULAR OF THE DIOCESE OF Very Key. Sir.—l send page containing prayers tc the present times of trial a after every Mass each daj page should he pasted on f. handed to the priest after M ops of Ireland, at a late m ering the many scourges w world, and the crimes" by w ifestations of the Divine voked, expressed a wish tl cese a day should be devot prayer and penance, in c some reparation to the A insults offered to his l)ivir unbelieving and corrupt formity with this wish of tl: llxed the second Sunday < work of reparation. On t diately alter the parochia Mass, you will he pleased adoration of the laithful Sacrament for an hour, or rlod of time as will he fot: During the Exposition, tl erere” and the Litany oi the usual prayers are to L ed. Wherever it ean b done the Blessed Sacrau carried in procession, an benediction solemnly givei thesacred function. 'Exlioi ful to abstain from sin on t...

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