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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

WEXFOIII 01 Denis and Willi a sons of James Kavanagh; their Elizabeth Molloy; tliey emiera about SO years ago, from the t W exford; their cousin. Denis 1 bom as Kavanagh, from the would be thankful for auv im ing them; when last bear'd ii ago. they were in Cincinna! M-ss 3 Kavanai '’ h ' l4s Exchange Of Edward Hays, ae native of Clone, county W< heard from, July, 1854, he was lexas. Information of him acknowledged by his sister. M Mrs. Williams, care of D. Bookseller, Washington. D. C. UOSCIOMMO Of James Kiely, son , Sally Kiely (maiden name Ba Strokes!own. county' Roscomi this country in 1845; when last ! '-0 years ago, lie was in liridgepi formation of him will he receli | Patrick Kiely, Fishe.vllle. N. I TIItOAE. Of Elizabeth McMic county Tyrone, in May. 1864: w ■ was iu New York. 'Any per | whereabouts will confer a’favor Of Joseph Presley, a native of eo L^uis w Mo ! Y,:^r BMasuasu Kerry. Of Pi mo thy Smith, son of Joseph Smith, butcher, Hi -ht street, Killarnev, cou...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “ John Desmond,” Buffalo, N. Y.— Robert Sullivan, the great Irish-American tarmep, is himself a native of Ohio. *.‘ James O’Reilly,’’ New York City—You aro correct. Patrick Sarsfield, Karl of Lucan, was mortally wounded at the battle of Landen, on the 29th of July, 1693. 11 William Mackay,” Hudson, X. Y.—Mr. Michael Thomas Sadler, the political economist, died in 1835. He had written of Ireland’s miseries and their remedies. “Peter Wallace,” Toronto, C. W.— Robert Wallace, esq., of Kelly, died on the 28th of March, 1855, aged about 82 years. His efforts in the interests of postal reform, in and out of Parliament, won for him an honorable name. “ Mrs. E. E. Murphy,” Alleghany, Pa.— Write a note to Tiie Pilot office, giving the date of the publication, as nearly as possible, and you may succeed in eliciting the information desired by you. ‘‘ Thomas Whelan.” Richmond, Va.— Mr. Joseph Hume, M. P., was seventy: ...

Publication Title: Pilot
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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Coal has gone up a dollar a ton. A barque of 700 tons was launched from the shipyard oi Daniel D. Kelly, last week. She is named William 11. Thorndike. The deaths in Boston for the week ending the 29th, were 146—79 males and 67 female,s. There were hut four deaths from smallpox, and only nine new cases during the week. It Is proposed to build a grammar and a primary sehoolhouso on the Back Bay, probably at the corner of Marlborough and Exeter streets. Rev. John T. O’Brien, pastor of St. John’s Catholic Church, in Cambridge, Mass., contemplates erecting another church edifice in the Third Ward of that city, the present structure not affording sufficient accommodations for the rapidly increasing Catholic portion of tho citizens of Enst Cambridge. Michael Flaherty, convicted in the United States District Court, in September last, of selling liquor without a special license as a retail dealer, and sentenced to six months’ imprisonment in Dedham jail with a tine of 8...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. J. P. Miickiu, Trenton, Kev. Father Mucldn, rector of St. John's Church, in Trenton. N. J., died in Trenton at a late hour on Thursday night, 27th of March. He was a very zealous, laborious and devoted ecclesiastic, and greatly respected by the congregations ot every reifeious denomination, without regard to sect. —-V. }'. Herald. ftev.lVcil Cli (Ford,Enniskillen,lreland. No one who had the happiness of knowing the devoted young priest whose name heads this notice, hut will grieve sincerely lor his early loss. Father Neil Clifford commenced his studies in St. MacCartan’s Seminary, Monaghan; he also studied in the Irish College, Baris, and completed his theological course iu the College of Maynooth. Ordained priest in 18(13, he wits shortly alter appointed curate in Enniskillen, in which charge he remained until his death which took place on Tuesday last, in his 37th ye ir, after what might be called a life-long illness, despite which, however, until very la...

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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Irish-American Societies. The Boston Hibernian Benevolent Society lias elected tlie following officers for the ensuing year: President, Peter Morrison ; Vice-President, J. W. Wickham; Treasurer, John Kelly; Recording Secretary, 31. O’ConnelJ: Corresponding Secretary, G. 3lcGlaugnlin; Bookkeeper, B. O’Connell; Cash Steward, Ed. O’Hara; Directors, P. Canny, T. Finuigan, .1. Campbell, 11. McManus, 11. Cleary, P. Rice; Investigating Committee, M. A. Shea, P>. Feeney, P. Kidney, C. McMacken, (1. .J. Brines, R. McGlftughiiu. Tiie Irish Benevolent Societies of Aniosbury and of Salisbury, 31ass., tlio St. Patrick’s Society, of Cumberland, Md.,und the SS. Peter and Paul’s Society, of Elmira, X. Y.. have been admitted to the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union of the United States. New Societies to join the same national organization have just been formed at Braimvood, 111., Easton and Shamokin, Pa., and two additional Societies at Philadelphia. At an election held by the Hibernian Ben...

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IS IRELAND RISING OR FALLING? The Resources of the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

IS IRELAND RISING OR FALLING? The Resources of the Country. fflje |ilot. BOSTON, APRII 1-2, 1873. “Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be Industrious, be obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas X'. Burke. O. P. This is a question of interest to every reader of The Pilot. How shall it be answered, when reports aro in direct confliction? On one side the rose-colored picture of • the Lord Lieutenant and the Government generally, and on the other the blatant and despairing howl of the demagogue. We shall take neither, hut try to give an answer to both from reliable figures and reports. At the Lord Mayor’s banquet in Dublin, on February 4th, the Lord Lieutenant responded to 1 ‘ The Prosperity of Ireland ” in a vory interesting and encouraging speech. He took Dublin as a sample of the whole country, and said that the state of that city was a fair and good criterion of the state of the country. After referring to the recent Exhibition, which was a success, and to the impro...

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"A Critic Criticized.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

"A Critic Criticized.” On our Oth page will be found a letter with the above heading iroin a valued correspondent, which will repay our readers’ attention. It is the outspoken and indignant remonstrance of a sensible and sensitive man, against what he feels to be offensive and absurd in the management of a certain Catholic paper of Cincinnati—the Catholic Telegraph. The letter of our correspondent may seem very hotly worded, and indeed it is so; but so were the editorial columns of the Catholic Telegraph on March 20, which called it forth. We must express our surprise at the course of our contemporary on this subject—perhaps on some others also of late. We have no fault whatever to find with editorial articles that fill two pages or thereabouts; that we can stand, because, of course, we don’t read them. Jfut when the Telegraph takes the other tack, and makes an editorial mosaic of sneering paragraphs at the Irish and their ways, then we feel bound to show resentment. We used to admi...

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The Coming Strikes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Coming Strikes. In a few weeks we may expect to see a general strike of several trades in our large cities. The trades unions and Eight Hour League of New York boast of being able to briug 80,000 men into line against employers. Everywhere the workmen are moving in secret combination, and command a groat, hut a very transient power. The carpenters of Long Island who are now receiving $3 per day, have Resolved . That on and after the 7th of April. IS7B, A. D.,we, the journeymen carpenters of Kings county, L. 1., demand $3 50 per day of eight hours’work; and Resolved, That unless the master mechanics accede to our just demands we pledge ourselves to strike, and not to resume work until our demands are complied with. The stonemasons, woodcarvers, horseshoers, gas stokers, and other tradesmen are working in union for the purpose of establishing the Eight Hour System and an increase of wages. “The native American, English, and Irish mechanics,” says the X. Y. Herald, “have clasped ha...

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The Irish Political Prisoners. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Irish Political Prisoners. We have received a letter from our friend John Savage, which contains some very interesting corrections of au article that appeared in Tiik Pilot two weeks ago, on the above-named subject. The article in question gave the names and sentences of the men still retained in prison. Mr. Savage’s letter explains itself: — The article says, ” With the exception of four who were tried for complicity in the blowing up of Clcrkcnweil prison in London, all the prisoners arc soldiers,” and the following are the four thus indicat 'd: •• E. Condon (Shore). P. Melody (Melvin) , Michael Davitt. and James Wilson.” The first two were arrested before the Clerkeuwell affair, tlie last two long after- it, and none of them were connected with it. Edward O’Meagher Condon was arrested immediately after the boldly conceived and brilliantly executed rescue at Manchester, Sept. 18. ISG7; filed for participating in It. andfound guilty. He It was, who. on this occasion in the dock...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Personal. Mr. J. M. Bellew proposes to give a lecture on Oliver Goldsmith. Prince Nasroulla Mibza, nephew of the Shall, has entered the Russian service as a cornet of Cavalry in the Caucasus. Mgr. Lachat, Bishop of Basle, has received notice to quit his episcopal residence at Easter. Gen. Butler sends threecents to all constituents who write him complaining of the recent Congressional salary ‘ * steal.” Sinkjalia, the birthplace of Pius IX., is inundated. The river Alisa rose some four weeks siuce and has entirely flooded the city. A Cork paper says that the Very Eev. I)r. Itice, the Catholic administrator of Queenstown, has been appointed parish priest of Charleviile. V> t e perceive that ‘‘Ancient Irish Music,” edited by P. W. Joyce, LL. I).. Dublin, lias already got into a second edition, the first having been very quickly sold out. A Western paper says the Boston Peace Society is negotiating with Captain Jack, the chief of the fighting Modocs, to come East and deliver...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Catholic Intelligence. The line new' church at Dover , Delaware, is nearly finished. The French Catholics of Woonsocket, If. j., are to have anew church. The beautiful ceremonies of blessing a chime of hells took place at St. Francis’ Church. North Adams, Mass., on March 23. The chime consists of nine bells, making two complete scales, and the whole set cost $5,600. Owing to the illness of Bishop O’Reilly, of Springfield. Bishop McNeirney, of Albany, officiated. Rev. Father Purcell, of Pittsfield, acting as Celebrant of the Mass, and Rev. Father Kagan, of Great Barrington, preachingthe discourse on the occasion. A procession was formed consisting of the Fmmet Guards, North Adams Father Mathew Temperance Society, St. Patrick's Temperance Society of South Adams, and Father Mathew Society of \1 illiamstown. The Troy Press, describingthe ceremonies, says: “It is the beautiful solemnity attending those services that commands tlie attention and respect of all, even though they may differ ...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Obituary. James Griffin. an old ancl esteemed citizen of Decatur Circuit, Georgia, died on the 13tli of March, 1873. He had held several important ollices in the count}' in days past. MaryM., wife of Hon. Iteverdy John son, died at Baltimore, March 18, in the seventieth year of her age. She was the daughter of Governor Robert Bowie, of Maryland. The death at Glasgow is announced of Miss Ann Wallace, the lineal descendant Of Win. Wallace, at the age of one hundred and three. Her birth is registered in the barony parish of Glasgow in 1770. Her brother, Sir J. Maxwell Wallace, K. C. 8., was chosen to lay the foundationstone of the IV'allace Monument in the Abbey Craig, Stirling. Ifo died at the age o£ eighty-four. The Atlanta (Ga.) Herald of March 18, 1873, says : ‘ ‘ Sunday morning last. March 16, a military procession passed through our streets to the car shed, accompanying the body of Sergeant Kelly, of the ordinance corps, who died on Friday night last at the United States Barracks...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Our Chromo. fk fStld BOSTON, APRIL 12, 1873. After this month there will he no delay In forwarding the Chromo of Father Burke. New subscribers will get the Chromo by the same mail that conveys their papers. To Clubs $2 20. Single subscribers §2 70.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord sL), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution, The following sums Lave been received since our last: James McAlecr, Walnut. lilliuois ,$ 2150 A Friend, Saxonville, Mass 2 CO Subscriptions thankfully received, Quarter'v Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home for'ull benefactors, living aud dead, and thoq.rav.-rs of the good -Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the support of tho institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Honi*-. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of flonoi —for Paying the Debt. F. C. Merrick $5O 00 Neil Kenny 50 00 D. C. Hennessy ’. 50 00 Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor viil please pay up their subscriptions ,at their earliest convenience , to Mr. Donahoe, or the Superintendent.

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PASCHAL CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

PASCHAL CANDLES. Mr. Donahoe 1s now prepared to supply the Reverend Clergy with Paschal Canales of the following sizes and styles. Orders SHOULD BE SENT IN AT ONCE Height 2 feet 7 Inches, Plain $2 00 3 “ 4i~j - k “ 100 • 1 3 4>a ' k Ornamented 500 " 4 “ 2>£ “ Plain 550 4 2>* “ Ornamented 700 “ 4 ”• 7 ,‘ * Plain 700 4 “ 7 1 ' Ornamented 900 5 “ 7 “ •• 11 50 The above prices Include boxing, etc. Address—PATßlCK DONAHOE, 330 Washington street, Boston.

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The Forty Hours’ Devotion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Forty Hours’ Devotion. Containing a History of the Devotion, Form ot Ceremony, and Appropriate Devotional Exercises for the occasion. Carefully corrected, revised, and enlarged. Bv a Clergyman of the Diocese of Boston. 2fmo. Pajicr covers 15 cts Flexible cloth covers 20 This Devotion, now becoming general throughout the United States, is hut very little understood by our Catholic community. Everything pertaining to it is thoroughly explained in ibis little work. The prayers have been carefully selected, and are expressly suited for tho proper observance of the Devotion. so.tf -f Mr. John K. Burke, of North Abington, 'Mass., is authorized to collect, canvass, and solicit subscribers for The Pilot. He can supply Mr. Donation's publications and other publishers’ works, at Boston prices. We can safely recommend Mr. Burke to all our patrons in the various towns through which he may travel, as being honest and trustworthy.

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Notes of the Week. Gov. Jewell has appointed Good Eriday, April 11, as East Day in Connecticut. Fifty emigrants left Carrick-on-Suir, Ireland, on March 31, for the United States. Other parties will soon follow. A private cable despatch states that Mrs. James Gordon Bennett died at Koenigstcin, Saxony, on March 31. Reports from Campbellville, Taylor Cos,, Kentucky, state that the greater portion of the town was destroyed by fire on the 35tli ult. A mjiLDiNG occupied by Shultz, jeweler, and kranz, shoestore, New Orleans, burned on the 35th ult., and the residence oi Mrs. R. W. Jennings was badly damaged. Loss $2-0,000; partially ensured. A fire on the 28th ult., destroyed all the houses on the west side oi Eddy street, between Seventeenth and Eighteenth streets, Cheyenne, and all but one on Seventeenth street, between Eddy and Holmes streets. Loss $50,000. A man lias been arrested, supposed to be the incendiary. On March 3C, Charles M. Barras, author of the notorious and pernicious pl...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Communications Received. We have received a great many reports of St. Patrick’s Day celebrations from two or more persons m tlie same town. Of course we can only publish one from each place. “M. G. Milford, Mass. — Yes; the national colors were so displayed. “ Anting,” Toronto. Not of interest to our readers. “D. R. I)., Boston.— Great Britain and Ireland are islands belonging to the continent of Europe. Tbev cannot be "in the continent." For literal definition of word “continent,” see Geography or Dictionary. “ I). B..” New Britain, Conn. Write to the Army Office, Washington. “M. 5.,”A T e«’ York. —The cannon ball was not embedded in the Old .South Church, but in Bratlle st. Church,which is now being re moved. It was Bred into the church. “OP.” after Father Burke’s name means “Order of Preachers,” the title of the Dominicans. ' ‘ Spectator,” Pittsfield. Mass.— Bee in “Notes of the Week ” the fate of the man who wrote “The Black Crook.” “ A Poo it Irishman.” —We don’t think yon can ...

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HOLY WEEK IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

HOLY WEEK IN ROME. BY LADY BLANCHE MURPHY. From The Galaxy. The traditions of national festivity have always reigned uninterruptedly in Rome, whetner she were republican, imperial, or Papal. The love of pageantry inherent in all southern race* is strongly prominent among Romans, while the pomp befitting a worship sprung from Hebrew sources and resting on Hebrew traditions has naturally added to the stock of unrivalled sights eagerly enjoyed by Roman and alien alike. The Roman under the Papacy was proud of his city, and dwelt with complacency on the thought that she was as a throned queen, with all Europe for her court. But what made Borne a queen was irecisely that which she lias now lost, the Papacy in unfettered possession of those means of worthily honoring the festivals of the church, which when amply used, as they were, could not fail to cast upon the world an involuntary spell of admiration, nay, almost of religious sympathy. Rome has festivals ol all sorts, secular as well as...

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