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City and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

City and Vicinity. At a town meeting m Brighton a resolution favoring the annexation of the town to Boston was adopted by 84 to 02. The State police visited seven gambling places in tins city on Christmas Bay, and captured seventy-nine men, and furniture and implements valued at $5,000. Fire relics—quarters and rations for firemen, $15,000; lost and damaged hose, $40,950; other expenses of the department, $01,950, requiring an additional appropriation of $150,000 for the lire department. The Sisters of Charity at the Carney Hospital acknowledge the receipt of a set of harness valued at $75, the gift of Mr. John O'Connor; various Christmas gifts, including $ 100 in cash from several friends for the use of the hospital, and $215 for the purchase of a market wagon. At a special meeting of the Boston Board of Aldermen on the afternoon of the 20tli, the report of the committee on the election, giving Sir. Pierce a majority, was accepted. The vote stood: Yeas— Messrs. Clark, Cutter, Fairb...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Catholic Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence, Condensed for The Pilot. Tiie Catholic school in Jordan. 11 inn., has 80 pupils. Archbishop Manning is about to publish a work on Papal Infallibility. The great grand-daughter of Sir Walter Scott is a devout Roman Catholic. The new Catholic Seminary in Jacksonville, 111., will soon be completed. On Monday evening, January stli, anotli er school will be opened in East Boston. In the city of London there are 117 Catholic churches and chapels, and 211 priests. The Catholic church at Wheatland, Yuba county, Cal., was dedicated on Sunday, December Bth. Rev. Father Quan, of Webster, Mass., was presented with a purse containing $6OO on Christmas, by his parishioners. The Holy Father has signed the commission for the introduction of the cause of the saintly Cure D’ars. The members of the Madras Catholic Institute intend to issue the Gleaner , a monthly magazine, once a week, during 1873, Genekael’s Vespers was sung for the first time in America, at Vespers on Christma...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Our Chromo, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Our Chromo, fie f itot. BOSTON, JANUARY 11, 1873. TIIS Chromo of Father Burke will foe o« e of the finest specimens of American Clnomo Lithography. The colors will be l ioAi and striking ; the artist having a rare field in the sombre ami impressive robes of the Groat Dominican. The Chromo, when framed, will delight the most sanguine of our subscribers

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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Where We Are to be Found. Tup Pilot Office and Bookstore, IiGO Was 1 ling ton street. Drafts on IRELAND, at the Banking Booms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 52 Temple place. The Ordo foi 1873 is now ready. Address Patrick Donahoe, 3GO Washington street, /Boston. 3t Home for Destitute Children, j Harrisou Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums have been received since las report:— Mrs Ellen Carr, Salem, Mass $2 00 Rt Rev J J Williams, $100; M A Bing & Sons, $3O; James Collins, S100; P Connell, SIU; David Flynn, $10; Bridget Connery, $5: J J J Galvin. $6; Michael Galvin, $5; Mrs Win J O'Neil, S5; .John Keenan, So; Wm Casey, §5; Henry Lynch, §3O; James Devine, jun. So; P Doyle, $5; James W Kenney, So; Itev K W Brady, $25; Nell Doherty, $5; Mrs Shields, SI; Cornelius Finn, SI ;K Barlow, 91; Thomas J Purcell, SI; Friends. 51.75; Mrs Michael McGowan, SI; P Boyle, SI; P Quinn, $2. —Total, $364.75. Bernard Cullen, Superi...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Temperance. Massachusetts Catholic Total Aiistinenck Uato.v, organized .May t>o, 1871. William Coveney, President; John A. Duggan, Secretary. Address P. O. Box, 3531, Boston, Mass. The Catholic Bishop of Arichat, C. 8., has inaugurated a temperance movement in his diocese in Cape Breton. Ax interesting temperance meeting was held at St. Francis’ Church, I'airmount, Md., Dec. 13th. The result was sixty-live members, making now over two hundred. Another grand rally was held ia Newark, Dec. 18th, under the auspices of the' State Union. The Society at Trenton, N. J, , is in a flourishing condition. r. Father Volz, the President of Saint Joseph’s Temperance Society, Baltimore, is giving a, series *f temperance essays to the members. The gold medal recently voted for at the Catholic Fair in Masonic Temple, was awarded to the worthy President of this society. OtfFriday, the 29tli Nov., the Rev. Fr. Belancy, M. A., of London, delivered a lecture on intemperance in Saint Mary’s sc...

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A Protestant View of the Irish Question. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

A Protestant View of the Irish Question. From Hie Christian Union. We give tlic following, by James Alexander Mowatt, in Henry Ward Beecher’s Christian Union, as the very best article we have read, since the advent of Mr. j Frftudo, on the. present position of Ireland. | We ask our friends to give it a careful read- J iug:— ‘ ‘ Perhaps, while Mr. Fronde, on the one hand, as an English historian, and the Rev. Father Burke, on the other hand, as an Irish Catholic priest, are discussing before the American people “The Irish Question,” it may be acceptable to readers of the Christian Union to look at the subject from the standpoint of an Irish Methodist, viewing it neither as an Orangeman nor ultra-loyalist to the English throne; nor yet as a Catholic in the mere interests of ‘ ‘ mother church.” ‘ ‘ There is much to be said on “the Irish question/’ of deeper interest to America than anything which either Mr. Froude or Father Burke will place before the public here, both are decided part...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Obituary. —N. Y. Death of James Milmore. of Boston. This talented and promising young artist died at his residence in Boston on Dec. 24, in the twenty-eighth year of his age. lie was a brother and co-laborer of Martin Mil • more, the celebrated Boston sculptor, now in Rome, and with whom he was associated in many works of art esteemed ior their beauty and excellence. Death of an Irish-American Resident oT Texas. Some time since we published in our department of Records of Irislp-American Patriotism, a sketch of the history of Colonel Thomas William Ward, of Austin, Texas. The Colonel was horn in Dublin, in the year 1807, and was the son of Henry and Frances Ward, of that; city. He died on Sunday evening, November 2i, 1872, at Austin, Texas, aged 65 years and 0 months. Dcatli of itla j. Jlichnel McConville. Maj. Michael L. McConville, of Worcester, Mass., died in that city Doc. 25. Maj. McConville was Captain of a Worcester company during the first year of the war: and at the time of...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Five negro women were shot in Memphis, Tenn., during Christmas festivities Wednesday—tw o fatally by their husbands, and the others by colored admirers. Anlce-gorge in the Mississippi river, just above Memphis, broke on the morning of the27tli, and made havoc of the boats lying at tlie city. The catastrophe causes great loss and‘a serious scarcity of coal in Memphis. Accounts of the accidents on the Buffalo Corry and Pittsburg Kail road, at a trestlebridge near Prospect Station, show that it was terribly fatal, the report being that the number of deaths will he thirty among about forty-five passengers and employees on the train. During a service in a Baptist Church at Williamsport, Penn., Christmas Day, at which 300 persons were present, the lloor gave way and fourteen persons were killed and forty wounded. In Philadelphia tiie roof of a foundry was crashed in by the snow, and four men were injured. The terrible storm of the 2Cth Dec. caused an awful loss ...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Mgr. Sleugaoci, Italy. Mgr. Matteo Agostlno Mengacci, Bishop ; of Civita Castellans, is dead, lie was eighty-seven years of age. Ilev. John Smith, Leitrim, Ireland. Rev. John Smith, late curate of Linlougli, in the county of Leitrim, died recently at his mother’s residence near Cavan .' Ilev. Paul Bradley, Donegal, Ireland. • Rev. Paul Bradley, for many years priest of Candonagh, Donegal, is dead. Ilev. IV, O’Donnell, L. 2., Kew York. Rev. William O’Donnell, late pastor of RoslynandMenhasset, L. 1., X. Y., after four years’ suffering from constitutional debility, died in November, in the twentyninth year of his age and the fifth of his sacred ministry. He was educated by the Jesuits in Limerick. His remains were interred in the Calvary Cemetery, New York. Requiescat in pace. Ilev. Thomas I.auc, C. C., Cam bridgeport, Mass. The Month’s Mind of the Rev. Thomas Lane has been celebrated at the parish church of Donoglnnore, Ireland. The deceased clergyman, who was on...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Personal. The chief of the Cherobees is a graduate of Princeton College. Henry , the son of Charles Dickens, is preparing for the bar. The Very Rev. Grand Vicar Tniteau, of Canada, is seriously ill. Edward A. Pollard, author of the “ Lost Cause,” died at Lynchburg, Vu. Right Rev. BishopMcQuaid was accorded public reception by the Xavier Union of New York. John Mitchell is lecturing and writing upon “ Provide, from the standing-point of an Irish Protestant.” A family at Petersburg, Virginia, has had eighty-five cooks during the present year. Mu. W. W. Corcoran, the Washington banker, celebrated the seventy-fifth anni versary of his birthday, Friday Dec. 27th. Professor Tyndall has perfected anew respirator for firemen, whereby they can breathe freely in burning buildings. We regret to announce that Archbishop Bayley, of Baltimore, is seriously ill, it is said, of Bright’s disease of the kidneys. Twenty-five thousand dollars have been raised in St. Louis by the Knights of St. Patrick,...

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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Irish-American Societies. Tiie Irish Catholic Benevolent Union of Philadelphia met at Philopatrian Ilall, Dec. 2d, and decided on a gold medal to be worn by each member. The Celtic Association of America, which was recently started in Philadelphia, met at the Franklin Institute in that city, Dec. 23d, and selected the following officers:— President,Dr. 11. Shelton Mackenzia; VicePresident, J. Duross O’Bryan; Secretary, Martin I. J. Griffin. At the recent meeting of the Shied Literary and Benevolent Association, Boston, the following named were elected offioers for the first term of 1873: —President, John J. Kelly; Vice-President, Dr. Janies A. McDonough; Recording Secretary; James F. Farley: Assistant Recording Secretary, Benedict F. Palmer; Financial Secretary, V. S. McCorry; Treasurer, Thomas Butler; Librarian, Morgan Pendergast; Board of Directors—P. F. Shea, \V. J. Roche, Chi:-. 11. McCauley. John O’Dare, A. J. Foskett; Investigating Committee—JolinE. Gilman, John T. Moriarty, H...

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OUR HALIFAX LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

OUR HALIFAX LETTER. Halifax, N. S., Dec. 17,1P72. I congratulate tlie good old Pilot upon its re-appearance, alter the trying ordeals it has passed through during the last few weeks. It was ever a faithful guide and a noble defender of Irish and Catholic opinion on this continent, and I can say, without fear of contradiction, that no other Catholic weekly publication wielded the same influence, or was held in higher esteem among the Catholics of Xova Scotia, than The (Boston) Pilot. It was always a welcome visitor in the family circle, —and now that it has risen from its ashes with renewed life, energy and ability—as ready as ever to do battle for Ireland's cause, and the cause of her sons and daughters in the New World—a grateful people, appreciating its services in the past will rally with redoubled earnestness to its support in the future. It would never do to permit so true a champion of so n»ble a cause to pine for want of support, and, in the dark hour of trial those who love ...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Communications Received. “Patrick McKenna.''—TheCliurclicondemn.*? secret societies in all countries. A political society tlmt does not come under this title is not condemned, unless its objects be professedly irreligious, such as the international. “T. H. M.” The communication lias merit, but it is not quite up to our standard. “ Wm. P. M'L.," and Others. —Our friends must not be aggrieved at our nonpublication of their poems on “ The Ruins of Boston.” We have tomes of them, and many are good and many are not. “ Odes to Christmas.”—We regret tha*> our space was so limited as to foi-ce us to lay aside a large number of very good Christmas Odes which came to hand irom our friends. “Michel.”—No matter who tells you your verses arc good, we. tell you they are utterly un metrical and unrhythmical. The ideas are good enough. ‘ ‘ Hugh O’Donnell,” Phceni.vville. —Your communication is a good one; but so many have come upon the same subject, which has been ably exhausted by Fathe...

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Notes of Passing Events. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Notes of Passing Events. Omaha, Nebraska, has started its lifth daily paper— The Pont. Since the opening of navigation 1,001 vessels arrived at Quebec. The Quebec Legislature lias abolished dual representation. The St. Lawrence canals are rapidly filling with ice. It will take ?Jilo,Goo,ooo to run the New York municipality next year. The Chicago Public Library will be open to the public on New Year’s Day, for thelirst time. Within the year Morinonisiu has drummed up -1,000 recruits from England alone. The number of Alsatiaus who have left the Vosges, Belfort, and the Haute Marne is estimated at 100,000. It is reported that the Mormons have sent a prospecting party to Palestine, to acquire < site for anew city of the “ Saints.” Fifteen hundred and thirty-one buildings have been erected in St. Louis during the past year, at a cost of $0,084.000. Of these buildings only 80 are frame. An energetic effort is to be made at the approaching session of the Ontario Legislature bv t...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Letter from Home. His Lordship the Rt. Rev. Hr. Butler, j Bishop of Limerick, has received :t letter] from the Rev. Consignor Kirby, Rector ot | the Irish College in Rome, acknowledging ] the receipt of £1,292 7s Id from his lordship j as a contribution from the Catholics of the diocese in aid of the Sovereign Pontiff. Cardinal Antonelli sends the following letter:— Most Rev. Sin,—The Holy Father could not but receive with pleasure the offering of thirty-six thousand one hundred and fifteen Italian lire, which you presented to him yesterday morning in the name of his Lordship, George Butler, Bishop of Limerick, in Ireland, and of liis clergy and people. So strong a testimony of devotion andulial love, accompanied as it was by such touching expressions, moved His Holiness deeply; and in his high appreciation of so much kindness and generosity, he grants, with all his heart,to the worthy Bishop and his Clergy and the faithful ot his diocese the Apostolical B...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Thk undersigned begs to Inf of Boston that ho proposes to ( for Young Ladies in that portioi is commonly known as (he Soul] This School is intended to affo young ladies of this city not only of the Public Schools, but alsi benefits which maybe expectec ligious and moral training. Itv an essentially Catholic School principles, and Catholic in its dencies. References kindly permitte Bishop of Boston, Rev. Sherwo O’Beirne, Rev. James Heaiy, Quaid, Rev. Robert Fulton, ! Boston College, and Messieurs P. 11. Powers, P. S. Gilmore Henry Pazolt. Dr. E. della Gra Dr. John G. Blake, Samuel Tui Maguire. For further particulars, ten CHARLES J. LEWIS. Tt Chest January, 1871. J. P. McMUI I (Formerly with the late Finn COX & CO.) | Organ Tuner, Vote, s NO. V VBRIS'OISr i BOSTON HIGH] tf/7'All orders promptly atlen fiietlou guaranteed. THE CELTIC WT THB ointx IRISH STORY PUBLISHED IN i Forty Columns of

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The Tierneys of Tierneylough. A Story of the Last Generation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

The Tierneys of Tierneylough. A Story of the Last Generation. BY JOHN F. O’DONNELL. Specially Written for the New Year's Number of The Pilot. Concluded from our last. CHAPTER HI. By noon next day Hugh took the northern train, and was hurried at express speedup to Dublin. He looked far gayer than on the previous evening, perhaps becauso he saw an escape from liis dilliculties perhaps because, in spite of the watchfulness of his surroundings, he had continued to send Kitty Dorney affectionate letters, stuffed with the innumerable spices and sweetmeats of an ardent lover’s raving adoration. Kitty had no suspicions of the object of his journey, and even if she had, his glowing epistle would have sufficed to reassuro her. So she went about, doing the work of the house with a light heurt, and a song on her lips, and a chirping word of kindness for the cocks and hens when they came to peek at her shoes, a reminder that they needed food. She happened to be attending to their wants when the ...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence. A Catholic church is to he built at Ashland, Va. The Church of the Holy Family, Chicago, is to have a magnificent chime of bells in its new tower. The Franciscan Fathers are making efforts to erect a church at Fairfield, England; an eloquent lecture was given ior the purpose by Rev. Father O’Donnell, oi Leeds. The eminent Dominican Friar, the Rev. R. P. Cliapotin will preach the course of Lenten sermons at Notre Dame, Paris. A public meeting was held at the Dominican Priory, Haverstock- Hill, London, to establish in that mission a branch oi the new Catholic Association. Special courses of Advent sermons have been preached in London. Archbishop Manning preached twice on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception. The subscriptions in France to the ‘ ‘ National Vow to the Sacred Heart” amount to the sum of twenty thousand two hundred and eighty pounds up to November. Tn G Dublin Gazette contains a list of bequests of the late Earl of Dunraven. They amount to twenty-...

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Ordinations At. St. Joseph’s Provincial Seminary, Troy, New York. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Ordinations At. St. Joseph’s Provincial Seminary, Troy, New York. The various workings of the Church of Christ partake largely of the qualities which are manifest in its invisible head. I His beauty is such that it always gives to the sincere follower new sources of love, refreshing his mind with sweet consolations and hopes; it supplies him with supernatural thoughts, which lead him on with continual relieving diversification until, surrounded by the endless phases of love attached to the Man-God, lie can only continue to admire, and say: “ Oh' the depth of the riches of the wisdom and of the knowledge of God! how incomprehensible are His judgments and how unsearchable His ways!” So it is with the sincere, devoted follower of the Catholic Church. Depending, iis it is, upon the unfailing promise of its founder, instituted to lead men, according to the decrees of God, to their eternal home, it possesses all the requisites for that end, and in its wondrous workings dispenses them infa...

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