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The Atlantic Disaster. HUSH PASSENGERS SAVER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

The Atlantic Disaster. HUSH PASSENGERS SAVER. The following are the names and late residences of the greater number of the Irish passengers saved from the Atlantic:— Biglin, Patrick, Sligo. Barron, William, Kilkenny. Byrne, James, Dublin. Chapman, John, Antrim. Carrol, Patrick, Queen’s County. Chapman, Thomas, Dublin. Collins. Michael, Clare. Connolly, Thomas, and brother, Galway. Coughlin, William, Westmeath. Cunningham, Thomas, Clare. Dallon, John, Carlow. Dunn, Cornelius, Cork. Dolan, James, Carlow. Donahue, John,Cavan. Dougherty, Edmund, Tipperary. Doyle, James, and brother, Wicklow. Doyle, John, Wexiord. Doyle, Michael, Down. Grose, Patrick, Kilkenny. Farreuy, Thomas, Meath. Flormeiy, Dublin. Flannigan, James, Cavan. Fnley, James, Sligo. Gaynor, Edmund, Tipperary, n.'irmon. Patrick, County Louth. Hauley, John, Mayo. Henry, James, Sligo. Hocy, William, Antrim. Jackson, James, Kilkenny. Kelley, Joseph, King’s Cos. Kelley, William, Limerick. Kelley, William, Dublin. Keys, Thomas, ...

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

Personal. Archbishop Manning has written an ode on St. Patrick, which is praised by the London critics. Our great war for the Union General,Von Moltke contemptuously dismisses as “ a collision between two armed mobs.” Dr. O’Brennan lectured at Schenectady, >l. V., on Tuesday, April l, before a crowded audience. The History of Ireland, by Father Thibaut, S. J., of St. Joseph’s College, Troy, is to be printed by the Appletons. A. T. Stewart, who lias been confined to bis house fer several days, is improving, and will be out again in a few days. A series of the literary productions of the most distinguished Irishmen is about to be published by Messrs. Smyth, of Dublin. Mr. O’Kelly, the N. T. Herald correspondent, who has been arrested by the Spanish authorities in Cuba, is in danger oi his life. The bust of the composer Balfe is now completed, and will shortly be placed in the cloister of Westminster'Abbey. They have a good many Irishmen in tlie Abbey now. James I’. Wells, w...

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Literary Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Literary Criticisms. Bits of Talk About Home Matters. By n • ; IL, Author of “ Verses " and •• Bits of Travel.’’ i Boston: Roberts Brothers. I This is one of the most excellent little j hooks of its kind we have met for a long ; time. It is just what it calls itself, “Bits ; of Talk about Home Matters.” and contains many instructive lessons both for parents i and children. The book is well written, ; and is interspersed with many pleasing I and telling incidents, taken from real life we fpel sure, from their natural, simple tone. ! In the different re.lations between paI rent and child, the authoress of this little j work gives us the results of long and close observation. She shows its that as clay is |in the hands of the potter, so is'a little | child’s soul in the hands of those who tend j it. It depends entirely with the parent ] whether the work shall he shapeless or j ill-formed, or whether the child’s mind i shall he modelled by wise teaching and i beautiful example. Again, i...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Our Chromo. Alter tliia month there will bo no delay iu for warding tlio Cliromo of Father Burke. Sew subscribers will get the Cliromo by the fcuine mail that conveys their papers. To Clubs $2 20. Single subscribers $2 70. 'pilot. BOSTON. APRIL 19, 1873.

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

Home for Destitute Children. Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord si.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following suras nave been received since our last: Timothy Quinn (dec.), Areola, lowa $1 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said In the Cliapel of the Homo for "nil benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers -of the good Sisters and children dally oseeud to heaven for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Horae, They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest.

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OUR CANADA LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

OUR CANADA LETTER. JAY KAY. Ottawa, Ont., .March 29, 18Li. A Itenegadc American. You may remember my writing of a “ renegade American,” in my second last letter, whose name is Hodge, and who vilUflod the great Republic, its institutions, etc., in the Ilouse of Commons, being also snubbed for the same, both in the House and in the public press. Well, the Toronto Globe has unveiled this man’s character, and he stands beiore the people of Canada, a hypocrite of the deepest dye. It appeai-8 that on coming to Canada lie either forged, or colluding with certain parties, procured a letter of introduction which described him as one whose name in all the churches, and whose acts of kindness and philanthropy were extended to many places and people all over the United States.” Cv parading this letter before the public, he secured his election asM. P.jbut his '‘kindness and philanthropy” arc not dead yet, as he figures at the head of every charitable subscription list; and his “ Christian views...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Boston and Vicinity. 'l-vthe late ruffle for the horses and carriage of Rev. J. T. McDonald, the lucky ticket was held by Mr. Charles T. Haley, of Boston. Bkattis in Boston for the week ending the:sth, 149; OS males and 72 females; of consumption, 18pother lung diseases, 18; ■cerebro spinal meningitis, 13; fevers, 11; small-pox, 2. The State realized over $5OOO in fines and costs from the liquor dealers prosecuted in the municipal court in a single day last week. More than seventy were prosecuted last week for selling liquor on Sunday. At.an election in Ward .3, Lowell, Mass., on the Bth, to fIU a vacancy In the Common Council, 310 votes were thrown. .James Alauglilin, brother of the present representative ol the ward, was chosen bv a vote of 197 to 109 for .Julius C. Jackson, Republican. TJLK Cunard steamship Batavia, Captain MouJand, from Liverpool, March 25, and Queenstown, March 26. which arrived below tliis port on Saturday, came up to her dock about eleven o’clock on Sunday, t...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. XK\Y Voiik, April 6, 1873. Holy Week, 1 need hardly say, has brought to the faithful in Now York that access of pious feeling which a contemplation of the Pas- j sion of God made man can so powerfnlly inspiro. On Sunday, in all the churches where Catholics worship, the blessed palm was distributed, and fondly and reverently carried homo by the congregation to be placed by the crucifix or pictui-e of the Sacred, sorrowing, sword-pierced Heart. In this beautiful attention to details of the traditions of the Church, which my Irish brothers and sisters share, 1 lind a perpetual souiceot consolation and hope. They are very conservative in these things, and 1 do not know ono Irishman or woman professing the Catholic faith who would at any cost be without their sprig of' • palm ’ on Palm Sunday. Indeed, 1 may, without offence, mention one short conversation I had on the matter outside Father Preston’s Church, St. Ann’s, on Sunday last, after Mass. The good priest had p...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Notes of the Week. The wife and children of Michael Shay, a laborer in the employ of tbe Holyoke Water Power Company, were among tbe passengers on the ill lated steamer Atlantic. Daniel Campbell, a young man twenty years old a resident of Worcester, was killed bytlie cars on the Boston, Barreand Gardner road in Princeton. The body of the youngman taken from the water at Tiverton, R. 1., is believed to be that of Peter Brennan oi Fall River, wlio has been missing for some time. O’Neil, who was acquitted at the late term of the Woodford Circuit Court. Chicago, of the charge of killing a man at El Paso, killed another man in La Salle county n few .days ago. He attempted to get a way. but a crowd of excited miners caught and | hung him without more ado. A wkitee in a San Francisco paper says “about 70,000 of the population of Sun Francisco are Irish. 20,000 100 many! ” lie holds that iib< rty resides only in tlie country, and they should go there to become lords of tbe beauti...

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

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. FRANCE. France to be Free I There was an unusual rejoicing in the French Assembly on Monday, 17tli of March. The cause of it was the'announcement by the Minister of Foreign Affaire that a Treaty bad just been concluded for the speedy liberation 01 that portion of French territory still occupied by the Germans. ‘-Next September,” said M. de Remusat, “ thoterritory will be free, and France will enter again into possession of her own.” Cries of ‘ 1 Vive la Republique!” from the Left, and of ‘‘Vive la France!” from the Right, greeted the communication, and alter some discussion a resolution was almost unanimously adopted, declaring that “M. Thiers had deserved well of the country." On receiving the vote, the aged President exhibited great emotion and said that it was the greatest reward that could be given him lor the exertions he had made. SPAIN. Tin- Iteil Cross. The executive Commission of the Carlist Committee have received the following communication from M. He...

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Washing Home’s Face. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Washing Home’s Face. The -V. I'. Times says Letters from Rome speak in glowing ‘terms of the improvements which are now going on in that city. The authorities are cutting new streets, laying out open squares, and building fine new palaces. They also propose to repave the city, light it thoroughly with gas, and transform it generally Into anew city, after the pattern of Paris or Turin. The prospect is particularly pleasing to person, who regard the hideous sameness of the Rue de P.ivoli as the finest achievement of architecture, and who would like to have the Coliseum thoroughly scrubbed with soap and water, and rcatly whitewashed, when all these improvements shall have been made In Rome, the real lovers of the ancient and vanished city will feel like setting the new buildings on fire, as an appropriate sacrifice to the outraged genius of the placo. Thic world and his wife have made up their minds that there Is nothing under heaven so certain as a cure for a cough, cold, or difficult...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Get the Genuine The great popularity of “ Wn. of Cod Lived Oil and Lime ” unprincipled persons to attenir simple article of tlielr own man person who is suffering from f Consumption, should he careful chase this article. It requires results following its use are its 1 tions. and the proprietor lias a tile of Its extraordinary suco complaints. The phosphate of most marvellous healing power, the pure Cod Liver Oil h> L> medicine is regularly prescribe faculty. For sale by A. B. W No. lot! Court street. Kostou. Carney Hospi Will Open at Music Hal', April 14, for Two FAIIt COMMIT!" lion. Martin Gridin. I’resl M. 11. Bradley, Vlce-Presl Patrick Donahoe, Trcasur Jerome S. Macdonald, Sec EXECUTIVE COM MITTEE. M. D.,David A. Ring,Theodc Crowley, 'William Connolly, J< I)., flasket Derby. M.Di.Ja Gavin. M. D., William Brine. M. 11. Bradley, I>. W. Ford. James G. Davis. James Collins John Miller. Patrick F. Shea, I nor. 11 ALL E NTERTAINM ENT and Dec...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

TIIE MARKETS. Prepared Expressly lor The Pilot. \'EIV VOUH MAIIKMT REVIEW. Business In all branches o' late has been seriously Impeded and embarrassed by the extraordinary stringency in the Money Market, and the oppressively high rates of interest exacted for accommodation, as well to merchants as to speculators and other adventurers, on the Stock and Gold Exchanges. Ti e rise in gold has disturbed values, and made the future more and more uncertain. The extreme depression and very irregular course of tlie foreign exchanges, have been deeJd dly adverse to the export movement in produce. In the wholesale line, there has been less (hnn the usual activity in most articles. Breadstuffs have been comparatively quiet, and prices have been quoted lower and uns itled, though the supl' 1!S available at the sea-hoard have been decreasing, and are now reduced to very moderate amounts. Provisions have been more confidently sought after, In part on speculative account, and have been quoted firme...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

MISSING F3IENDS. Notices like the following will be inserted three times for 81. , / nut lon.-- 1 o prevent our numerous Irish i1 . 1,d ot J' crs from becoming the dupes of thievish Impostors, we would advise all adverm S iv^ht’ r in m ,‘ ssl r ?T r , elaUve « a,,li friends (and who nmv obtain replies from those professing to he srteli), before sending them money or assistance to require of the absent ones lo identity themselves by mentioning circumstances in their past lives equally well known and familiar to the persou advertising and to the person of whom information Is wanted. Ky following tills course infamous swindlers will he prt vented irom successfully iiersonatlng the missing friends, and from robbing honest people. See Third page. Information Wanted 01 Thomas Flanagan ; when last heard of he was living with a family named Canney, in .Jackson’s I’it. Oldham, Lancashire, Kngland. He went to America In 1865. and New Orleans was his supposed destination. He had some relations...

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SAINTPATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

SAINTPATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. Owing to tbo 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 erery report, so as to bo able to give a word all round. Our frionds, 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. Hrldgewßter, Mass. The Benevolent Society observed the anniversary of Ireland’s Patron Saint in a very creditable manner. The society met at their hall and marched to the church, when Mass was celebrated hv the Pastor, Father Conlin. After the last Gospel a few words of counsel and advice were given from the altar. The Rev. gentleman informed them that the eyes of severe criticism would follow them, at id (lint one ungcntlemanly act woul...

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The Day in Canada. St. Thomas, Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

The Day in Canada. St. Thomas, Canada. The day was religiously observed In St. Thomas by the sous of the Emerald 1610. The band of the 27th Hattalion paraded Talbot street at quite an early hour, to the enlivening strains of “Patrick’s liny in the Morning,” and serenaded Father Flannery. At II o'clock High Mass was celebrated in the Catholic Church, at which a crowded congregation attended. Rev. Father Flannery preached the panegyric oi Ireland’s Apostle from the Gospel of the day, “ Well done, thou good and f itliful servant,” etc., and showed, in a brilliant, fervid discourse, how Ireland as a nation has always proved t rue and faithful to the teachings of her sainted Apostle. In the evening a very numerously attended concert was given }u the Town Hall. Upper Canada Coi.legk Rowdyism.—' The Taranto Freeman, describing the ht. Patrick's Day celebration, says:—As tin; procession, on st. Patrick’s Day, passed along King street, In front of the Upper Canada College, a number of the pu...

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“Temperance Brought to the Bar.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

“Temperance Brought to the Bar.” W. A. North Adams, Mass, April 2,1873. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir:— Seeing an article headed Temperance Brought to the Bar,” in the issue of The Pilot dated April 5, I feel that it is my duty to moke, at least, a brief reply, for which I hope you will allow me a small space in your invaluable journal. As an officer of the North Adams branch of the “Temperance organization,” I pro test against the sweeping charges of • ‘ a frtend to the cause.” Now it is admitted that healthy criticism is beneficial to any and every organization, but if unfair criticism is prompted by personal malice, or through defeated ambition, then indeedit is a poison which the Temperance organization cannot afford to take even “ if the head be diseased.” We know of no officers nor directors, since they joined the organization, who take their ' 1 toddy,” as well other man; but we do know officers and directors who, when at libertv to take their • toddy,” never gave scan...

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Temperance. THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC UNION. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Temperance. THE NATIONAL CATHOLIC UNION. The Board of Government of the Catholic Total Abstinence Union of America met in the city of Philadelphia on Tues • day, April 1, the following members being presentßev. James McDevitt, of Washington. President; Robert Wilson, of New York City, Vice President; Major B J. O'Driscoll, of Washington Secretary; Thomas C. Noonan, of Providence, R. I Treasurer; Dr. J. B. Richmond, President of the New York Metropolitan Union; James E. Hanrahan, President of the Rhode Island Union; JamesM. Kelly, President of Philadelphia Diocesan Union, and James W. O’Brien, President of the New Jersey Union. The President opened the meeting with prayer, after which the regular order of business was proceeded with. The Chairman, in a most feeling manner, announced the death oi Mr. James D. Howley, late Sergeant at-arms, and the Secretary submitted resolutions of regret which were unanimously adopted ami ordered to be placed upon the records. The President then anno...

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