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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

PR C Full lliver, .nans.—l. P. l’< Lawrence, Mass.—M. BIN J«w Itaven, Conn.-EDV rrovulenee, It. I.—Til.l I SON : S. s. COLLINS. T.i M At '" n v ®rk City.— THE A.' „ Nassau street. «roo*£lyai, H. V.—M. NKM T.ov ny v \ v *,t I!KR - nri.i A 1 ® 5 *'• V—l . -I. LKJOLE 1 Jr‘¥°’ V— CKORCJE H JMiHaarJjjjsia, Pa.-CENT 01-> Chestnut street Erie, Pin-SELL &BACKI »nd No. ]9 |> :irk );o\v. ' J? » U nil or i-, M .1. -H. TA YLC c, Ev“s^do:- H - ““•« cb ff6 , »lViBrrtHsSßSP

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF "HESTER'S HISTORY." CHAPTER XIV. MAY IS BIDDEN TO AN ENTKKTAINMENT. When morning dawned, Bid went into her own little house aiul stripped the wails of the pictures which haif lent them such splendor, carrving with these her chair, table, stool, and basket ail to the' cave which held the possessions of her cherished friend'. “Sell them wid the rest,” she said, “ for Bid will be Bid the thraveller to the end o’ her days.” It was not without a sigh that the. old creature thus put out of mind her last earthly dream; but so many earthly dreams had faded from her, that one more seemed easy to forget. Having emptied the cabin, she left the door standing open, so that Simon or the winds, or the foxes might take possession when they pleased. Early in the dav Simon arrived with some stout ruffians ready for any mischief. It was a very great labor for the old man to climb the hills, but bis ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Literary Items. Parthia is the subject of Canon Rawlinson’s new volume, entitled “ The Sixth Oriental Monarchy.” Another “Analysis of Blackstone’s Commentaries,” by Mr. Dickson, has been published by Mr. Rees Welsh, of Philadelphia. A series of the literary productions of the most distinguished Irishmen is about to be published by Messrs. Smyth, of Dublin. Du. Thomas Nicholas has published his “Annals and Antiquities of the Counties and County Families of Wales,” in two small quarto volumes. Cai*t. W. F. Butler’s ‘ 4 Great Lone Land,” a narrative of travel and adventure in the Northwest of America, haa reached a fourth edition. Charles Johnstone’s 44 Chrvsal, or the Adventures of a Guinea,” appeared in several editions, and in three octavo volumes illustrated by tine colored plates. The value of printed books exported from England in January, 1873, was £02,820, against £53,830 in the same month in 1872, and £40,000 in January of the previous year. Mr. David Mitchell Aird has publish...

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Public Charities. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Public Charities. Modern civilization has no higher or more important question ly deal with than that of ameliorating the condition of the poor, the unfortunate, the ignorant and the vicious. Governments are and can bo engaged in no more appalling work than that of legislating wisely in regard to these classes, and in seeing that not only are their inevitable wants provided for and the public interests protected, but also that their rights are secured in fact as well as in theory, and that the instruments employed in these exalted spheres of public administration are suited to their purpose, and are guarded agaiast degenerating from means of amelioration into agencies of oppression, cruelty and injustice. There are two chief motives which leadto thecare and provision for the unfortunate members of the social bodvcharity on the one side and philanthropy on the other. Religion inspires every motive for this great and holy work, and of all the virtues which religion inspires, charity i...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to March 20. ANTRIM. Belfast Failures . —The Xorthern Whirls glad to learn that the statement to which a local contemporary gave publicity, recently, that an enormous iaiiurc bad taken place in England, involving two Belfast Arms to the extent of £33,000 and £23,000. respectively, is preposterously inaccurate. The two Anus named—two leading lirms in the Irish whiskey trade are, we are glad to hear, only involved to the extent of £3u and £23 each, instead of £33,000 and £23,000. CORK. Dispensary Unsafe.—At a meeting of the Cork Board of Guardians, the North Inspensary reported to be in a Very unsaio condition, and it was referred to a special committee, that steps should be taken to provide a suitable plac o.—Telegraph . Sudden Death in Bandon. —An old man named John Sheridan, eighty-live years of •°‘6 whs found dead in bis bed, at Castlo road Bandon, March 17. Deceased was a pensioner, and had been for a number of years superior barrack-sergeant at Cork barr...

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HOME RULE ASSOCIATION. Address to the People of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

HOME RULE ASSOCIATION. Address to the People of Ireland. At a meeting of the Council of the Iloine Government Association, held on Monday, 3d of March, 1873, Isaac Butt, <-sq., Q. C., M. P., in the chair, the following address to the people of Ireland was unanimously adopted I kllow Countrymen In the view of the fact that a general election cannot be very far distant, and may even possibly be near, we feel it our duty earnestly to invoke your co-operation in the great cause in which we are engaged; so that Ireland may not be found unprepured for the assertion, through her chosen representatives, of her rights whenever that opportunity may arrive. Ours is no factious agitation. We arc actuated by no other motive than to better the condition of our native land—to raise her from the prostrate state of a tributary province to the honorable rank of a nation making her own laws, controlling her own destiny, and unfolding her own resources for the benefit of her own citizens. Th...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

EIETHS. March 11, In Dublin, the wife of Michael Donohoe, of & daughter. 11, the wife of Patrick Griffin, of a daughter. 8, the wife of T. McWeeny, of a daughter. 27, the wile ot Laurence McNally, esq., of a daughter. 17, the wife of Timothy Mclieon, of a son. Starch ID, at Air Mount, Ennlscorthy, the wife of P, J. Devereux, e3q.. of a daughter. March 14, at Buthmlnes, Mrs. Thomas W. Keuuy, of a daughter. March 18, at Rutligar, the wife of H. 13. Greene, of a daughter. DEATHS. March 10, in Dublin, Mary, daughter of the late Richard Sones. 11, Alary Anne, wife of William Powell. 9, Elizabeth Toomey. Ellen Mary Doyle. Michael,son of Terence Montgomery. (i. Jeanne, wite of Captain Thomas Wogan-Browue. 15, Ellen Benedicte. daughter of Andrew Banon, esq. 14, Edward Gaffney. 16, Jane, relict of ltodolphus Gcogliegan, acred 77. 15, Michael O’Brien, aged7o. 15, Anne Sheehan, aged Bo. 17, Rosanna, relict of Denis Bolger, aged 70. 14, Janies McCabe. 16, the wlte of Thomas Murphy. ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under tins head are inserted three times for $l.OO. The immense circulation of The Pilot in every city, town and liamlet on the Amerlcaut continent, renders it the best medium through which to make inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friend.’ advertised can send us jjl.OO enclosed in a letter, wttli the advertisement written as legibly as possible, so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their frleuds advertized bv remitting us the price in gold. For halj a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk In sending gold iu a letter, if stichcd into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Information Wante<i Of James Maguire, who left ms homo on the 6th of Aarcli, with another boy named Charles Hoi ren.botli boys belonged to Bro...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Of Denis and Patrick Malone; when last heard from. about fix years ago, they were In Laleyette. Illinois. Information of tln-ir whereabouts will be received by tlnlr mother, Julia Malone, at her son-in-law's, James O'Farrell, 93 Daihousie street. Montreal, Province of Oue- , bee.. apl9 Of Jons Roche, who left his father's home In MHdlebury, Adison rounty, Yt., In September, )87i); he is about 32 years of age; he Is j now the only living child of John Roche and Mar--1 garet O'Connor, his brother Henry having died i of blood rupture, in Port Henry. N. Y.. while pursuing Ills trade as a stonemason, on the 17th of March, thereby leaving him sole heir to his father’s real estate and property; when last seen : was on a boat crossing from Burlington to Platts- ! burg; it is supposed he enlisted in theU. S. Army; he served as a volunteer soldier during the War, In the Fifth Vermont. Address John Roche, Middlebury, Yt. apl3 Of George Dally, who left Connellsi ville. Pa., July 10.1872; went t...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

LEITRIM. Of Catherine Silver, who c.imo from near Balhuamore, couuty Leitrim, about 17 rears a-o, the is supposed to be now in some part of aV™ n U M Ul i Hlso • of her children, James, Mary, a!ld Brld set. who came with her. rii;!,f c r wtll be rtwlved by her daugbJhf’ v ‘ iiiefred Silver, care of Michael Darcv 64 O Connell street, Providence, R. I. apl2 Of JOHN Brady, ami his three sons, William, Thomas, and John, who came from England to this country in is,V2, landing in New Aork; when last beard of were In Jackson Miss Information ot the above named persons will IhA received by William Casey. i’o uSd" wo rado Territory. J i*aruana, ColoDOWEGAL. 1 Of James McGinley and James McClaffekty, from near Rossuakill. co. Donegal* the former left Roger McGinley's place, Xo « \V est 45tli street, New York, on or about the 10th of January, 1867, for San eraucisco; the latter left James McGinley’s place at Plainfield N J on or about the 4th of July, 1872, to go to Nevada ’ luformation In reg...

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An Interesting Article. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

An Interesting Article. ffljC Pot. BOSTON, APRIL 19, 1873, “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas N. Burke. O. P. IVc make a particular request to our readers to turn to the article on “ Public Charities,” part of which we reprint this week from llio Catholic World. It contains information and it explains principles that should be clearly understood by cvfcry Catholic citizen In this country. I ntii our people understand tlielr wants they cannot intelligently apply remedies. And without reading such careful and reliable statements as arc here made, they cannot understand their position in a liietime. Our readers will be instructed, surprised, and shocked at the fucts related in this article.

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The Wreck of the Atlantic. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

The Wreck of the Atlantic. It is hard to find mild words when speaking of an emigrant steamer, with nearly 10C0 souls on board, which put to sea not only short of coal, but short of provisions. Investigation proves beyond question that this criminal course was followed by the Whitestar steamer Atlantic. The officers of the, ship at first denied that such was the case, but in thofaqo of the testimony of hundreds of intelligent passengers, and In the presence of hundreds of dead men and women, their statements are of little worth. We have spoken to scores of the wrecked passengers, men of all nationalities in Europe, and they have one story to tell of bad treatment during the voyage, and cowardice and ruffianism from officers and crew after the disaster. The captain of the lost ship has bitter reason to weep, which he is so often represented ns doing. The reporters tell us “Captain Williams broko down” when speaking of the loss of the women. If his heart be so soft now, why did he all...

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Catholicity or Freemasonry—Which? [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Catholicity or Freemasonry— Which? Notwithstanding the terribly vivid lessons of late events and the repeated remonstrances of the Church, it seems there are still Catholics who hold to secret societies. This is owing in the majority of cases, not so much to disregard for their faith, which they endanger by such course, as to deceptive notions of the true nature aud tendencies of secret societies. Many who tacitly admit that the Church does not approve of the Masonic. Odd Fellows, or similar organizations, think they can associate themselves with them for the various advantages during life, and at death, discard all their contracted affinity. The pleas made in maintaining these views are so various, and surrounded with such sophistry and subtle influences, that it is well to hear of occurrences now and then exposing them. To disconcert the class who may fancy that their Masonic brethren will resign all claim to them so readily, we have a small hut significant item from San Francisco...

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Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Carney Hospital Fair. The Fair which will open for thi.s institution in Music Hall, on Monday, 14th inst., promises to ho a decided success. Among the many donations that the Sisters have already received', mention might be made of a watch and chain, given by Mr. S. 11. Carbrcy, of South Boston; another valuable watch by an individual whose name is not mentioned; a case of wine, worth $25 in gold, by M. Doherty & Cos.; and a neat mantle elock, hy \y. \\\ Dromey. Through the zeal and activity of ITenry Canning, esq., a concert was lately given in Tremont Temple, for the benefit of St. Joseph’s Table. George 11. Derby, esq., will also give an exhibition of “ Mi’s. Jarley’s Wax Figures’ in Tremont Temple. April 22, for the benefit of the hospital. A concert, by P. S. Gilmore, esq., will be given in Boston.Theatre, on Sunday ( veiling, April 27, for the same object. Success to the good work. Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works.—We take pleasure in directing attention to the advertisemen...

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Father Burke and His Mother, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Father Burke and His Mother, “Father Burke,” says an Irish paper, ‘•Trent to Galway as soon as he arrived, to see his widowed mother.” if this announcement caught his eye, we can imagine the lines round his flexile, humorous mouth as he asked, “ And where else would 1 go?” Ills lather died while he was preaching and teaching in America, and in the rush of his public duties he had littic time given him for private grief. But I he went home to the quiet old “ Citie of the Tribes,” to “ his own Galway.” as he used to call it, and he took hi-; honors and sorrow to his father’s grave. Perhaps his mother went there with him, and feJt once again a sort of reunion as she knelt with her dear son so near the resting place of her deud husband. What a meeting that must have been for the mother! All Galway bringing her great son home, and all Ireland stirred at his arrival. He was ever ready to talk of his mother when he was hero with us, and he never failed to touch the deep spot’in his hearers...

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A Correspondent in Prison, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

A Correspondent in Prison, In view of the fact that the Cuban struggle has lasted four years and the Spanish government is utterly unable to put it down, and only continues the strife from pride and stubbornness, it is natural that (his country should take a lively interest in the matter. The island lies near our shores, and it is not strange that this great country should wish to understand the quarrels of its little neighbors, with a view to settling matters. Accordingly the A r . Y. Herald sent one of its best correspondents, Mr. James J. O’Kclly, to Cuba, to write a full and impartial statement of the quarrel. Mr. O’Kelly was received with threats aud insult by the overbearing CaptainGeneral Coballos, but he was not to be intimidated. When Ceballos refused him a pass through the island, O’Kelly bought a horse and went through it on his own hook.” lie visited the insurgents, and remained for many weeks in their camp. When Ceballos heard this, he swore he would shoot O’Kelly. The ...

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Crews of Emigrant Ships. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Crews of Emigrant Ships. A few weeks ago we Lad occasion to write an article on some startling disclosures made by a reliable person who had crossed the Atlantic in the steerage of an emigrant steamship. We do not know the name of the lino to which the steamer belonged; but the ship was described as having a “ wlialeback,” and as belonging to “a line in which every other quality was sacrificed to that of excessive speed ” —a description not so inapplicable to the lost Atlantic. The conduct of the crew as described by this passenger was quite in keeping with that of the crew of the wrecked steamer. They insulted the women, day alter day; in fact, the females were in constant dread of the sailors. They broke into an apartment where liquor was stored, and drank to intoxication. They defied the officers, and ridiculed the threat of punishment. They neglected to look to the necessaries of comlort lor the passengers; they left the wash-houses and fresh-water pumps unfit to he used; they c...

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Home for Destitute Children. Convention in Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Home for Destitute Children. Convention in Boston. A convention of Catholic gentlemen was held in the Home for Destitute Children, Boston, on April 3, to devise means for furthering the interests of that excellent charitable institution. The meeting was largely attended, there being present delegates from the following parishes in the diocese of Boston. The Bight Rev. Bishop of Boston presided. Rev. R. W. Brady, 5.. T., and Rev. James A. Healy were present. Previous to the assembling of the convention, Mass was celebrated in the beautiful chapel of the Home by Rev. Father Blenkinsop, of SS. Peter and Paul's. South Boston. The children, to the number of one hundred andfify, the Sisters, the Board of Directors, and many members of the convention attended. There were present at the convention the following delegates:— James Finnessey, Framingham. Patrick Kelly, Watertown. P. A, Collins, Gate of Heaven. S. Boston. Bernard Foley, Boston Highlands. Win. Haran, St. Joseph’s, Highlands. M. ...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Catholic Intelligence. TnE Mission of the Jesuit Fathers at the Immaculate Conception Church. Boston, closed ©n Sunday evening, April 0, both the basement and church being thronged to their utmost capacity. The closing exhortations were made by Rev Father Glackmeyer m a fervid and "deeply impressive discourse. There were upwards of seven thousand communicants during the Mission. We regret to learn that Rev. Father McDonald has lost his health through his arduous labors in the Missions, and has been obliged to leave for the South to restore his lungs. The office of Tenebrae, with the impressive accompanying ceremonies of Holy. Week services, have been observed with usual solemnity in the several churches of Boston and vicinity this year. The Cathedral chapel of the Holy Cross, the Immaculate Conception Church, and St. James’ Church, Boston, and also St. Francis de Sales Church. Charlestown, have all been well attended during these devotions. The solemn blessing of the oils on Holy Th...

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