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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

ALL WANTING ! FOR SALK—to Farmers, Gat Laborers from tlie OldCountrv—virgin soil, at TWENTY-FiV acre, on six years’crtdit. The: ductive loam, near the great “York and Philadelphia, by Rail 20 to4o acres constitute a good planted to fruit. From this quantity and \ariety of fruit Iban from any other place of United States. It is in the ir community, with good roads, s manufactories. Female membi others can procure good work Shoe Work, Button Making, Cl other branches. Many English Farmers have settled and are p bers of Gardeners from the vici are locating. Address—C. K. prietor. Vineland, New Jersey, ing full information will be sent MALDEN imr 45 Court Si OPI’OSITK THE CGIT BOSTO] First-class work at lower pric Dye House in Boston. HUMAN ! SWITCH 3 ounces, 27 inches, 4 “ 30 4 “ yard long 1 Also a few Gray ones, 3 inches, ------ This is an extra inducement fo bargains never yet offered in thh European Human Hair "99 Washington- street, oppc Miss LYDIA CONNOR is at t tablishmeut. MILLI...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

TO & FROM TO national The Cheapest itnd Most C tile Passenger ISu Sailing from Liverpool ever) “ Queenstown evt New York ever SPAIN, ! HOLLAND, ENGLAND, | ERIN, EGYPT, P FRANCE, ] THE QUEEN. VIRGINIA, I*l MATES OF PASHA To or From Queenstown, Li Glasgow, Londonderry, Lone diff or Bristol '. To or From Hamburg, Antwerp dam or Havre, all lines Te or from Bremen, Norway, Si Paris Children under twelve years, 1 Also, Passage Tickets to Cal tralia. Passengers forwarded to all pa : States, DRAFT For any amount on the Royal Ba ; the Imperial Bank of London, Irelaud, Scotland, England, and ' For Drafts or Passage Tickets, PATRICK SHEAR West Street Post-Office Box 4335. INMAN MAIL ST HA N TO AND FROM Lit Fit] IAG AT QI EEAS CITY OF BROOKLYN i CITY OF WASHINGTON ....1 < ITV OF ANTWERP CITY OF BALTIMORE ' bates of PASSAGE FI CABIN—SBS and $5OO U accommodation. OUTWARD STEERAGE PA don. Liverpool. Bristol. Quee CardiH, or Londond rrv — „, s»o cmtitEN C blldren under 12 yea...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim’st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 26, 1873. No. 17.

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Western Australia. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Western Australia. BY JOHN BOYLE O’REILLY. the pilot. Boston, April 26, 1873. O beauteous Southland! land of yellow air That hangeth o'er thee slumbering, and doth hold The moveless foliage of thy valleys fair And wooded hills, like aureole of gold! 0 thou, discovered ere the fitting time, Ere Nature in completion turned thee forth! Ere aught was finished but thy peerless clime Thy virgin breath allured the amorous North. Oland, God made thee wondrous to the eye, Hut Ilis sweet singers thou hast never heard. He left thee, meaning to come by-and-by, And give sweet voice to every bright-winged bird. He painted with fresh hues thy myriad flowers, But left them scentless. Ah! their woeful dole, l.ike sad reproach of their Creator’s powers— To make so sweet, fair bodies, void of soul! He gave thee trees of odorous precious wood, But. midst them all bloomed not one tree of fruit; He looked, hut said not that His work was good When leaving thee all perfumeless and mute. He blessed thy flow...

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St. Patrick’s Day in Dome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

St. Patrick’s Day in Dome. CONNELLAN. From Our Special Bomau Correspondent. Rome, March 18, 1878. In the life of eaeli one of us certain days stand out clear and bold, bright in color and happy as memories. Amongst such days, oases in our journeyings here below, the feast of Ireland’s great Apostle is frequently reckoned. Whether we celebrate that feast of our Faith and of our land under the Arctic snow or an Italian sun, it is a day fraught with kindly thoughts of brotherhood and with dear reminiscences of our one common land. In Rome the feast of St. Patrick’s Day has been celebrated in a way that showed this great principle of union perhaps better, in this year of 1873, than has been shown in any other land or under any other sky. The Irish Franciscan College, the oldest of the Irish Religious establishments here, has always been regarded as the first in matters pertaining to Ireland, and especially in respect to the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day. In tbe year 1870, the Great C...

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Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Our Paris Letter. Paris , March 28, 1873. Paris Fashions ani Society. One ol the most artistic residences in this capital has at length reopened its portals. It is that of M. Arsene Iloassaye, situated on the Avenue Friedland. The fete given here on the occasion of Mid-Lent did not commence until midnight, dancing at 3a. m., supper at 4, after which dancing was again resumed until 5. Thus, the fashion timetable has changed with the change of government. Every one complains that ‘ ‘ people come too late; ” but no one shows a wiser example by coming early. Princess Mathilda has recommenced her Thursday evening receptions which are attended by adherents of the imperial dynasty, although some very notable desertions are remarked. The most brilliant assembly of the season, however, gathered at the banquet given by Prince Orloff, and a new arrangement for banquet-tables was here inaugurated for the first time. The fifty guests were divided off in five different sets of ten, so that were f...

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The Bishops of America To the German Bishops. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Bishops of America To the German Bishops. To the Most Reverend, the Archbishops, and the Right Reverend Bishops of the Empire of Germany: Venerable and Beloved Brethren: We, the Bishops of the Roman Catholic Church in the United States of America, have contemplated with indignation, anxiety, and sorrow, the wrongs and sufferings which you endure since the establishment of the new Empire of Germany. In former years, when assembled in Provincial Council, a Couucil which then included all the Bishops of America, we addressed words of encouragement and sympathy to one of your illustrious colleagues, the Most Rev. I>r. Droste Vischering, then suffering like a glorious Confessor of the Faith, for the discharge of a conscientious duty. The great increase of our hierarchy since that date, and the difficulty of communicating with all our Brethren in this vast Confederacy of States and Territories, have thus far prevented ns from offering you the homage of our admiration for yo...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, April 11, 1873. Cerehro Spinal Meningitis. This is the name under which the physicians conceal the Spotted Fever, which disease has broken out in this vicinity. The symptoms of this fell destroyer are vomiting, pain jin the spine, and general prostration of the powers, both physical and mental; a racking pain seizes the head, the victim becomes unconscious, the body becomes covered with black spots, and accompanying these a slow fever soon sets in, after which little hope of life can be entertained. Death generally ensues within a few hours after the first symptoms, but as yet there have not been more than half a dozen who have died during the past week. Indeed, it is the general opinion among medical men, that this is not an epidemic, but that it is brought on by the damp weather which we now experience. It has been Continually Itaiuliif; Since last Saturday, except with an occasional short interval now and then. So our streets are impassable, as pedestri...

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Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Carney Hospital Fair. The grand Fair of the Sisters of Charity, Carney Hospital, Boston, opened on Monday evening the lith inst.,in the Music Hall. Though the iweather was dark and unpleasant, a large number of ladies and gentlemen were present, drawn doubtless by the excellence of the object as w ell as the unusual attractions of the Fair. We take this occasion to speak a hearty word of commendation for the Caruev Hospital. Under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, it fills a want which must be felt deeply in so large a Catholic population as that of Boston. Attached to it is an Infant Asylum, where hundreds of unfortunate human w'aifs are received yearly, and tenderly cared for. The hospital itself Jlias the best medical attendance: it is splendidly suited for its purposes; its good attendants need no word of praise, respected and honored as they are by people of all sects the,world over. They have been struggling for years under a heavy debt, which has cramped their works and r...

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Irishmen and Negro Slavery. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Irishmen and Negro Slavery. In a late number of the Christian Union there was an article from 'William Lloyd Garrison on two distinguished Irishmen, the late Richard Davis Webb, and James Haughton, the temperance advocate. In the course of the article Mr. Garrison introduced a third and a greater name, —Daniel O’Connell. Mr. Garrison met the two first-named gentlemen at the World’s Anti-Slavery Convention in London in 1810, “and there a friendship was formed which the rolling years only served to strengthen and intensify.” It was a period when the anti-slavery movement felt bound to stir up <he sympathies and Interest of all men, and especally of Irishmen, who so largely made up the population of America, and who were swayed “ by the artful appeals of unscrupulous political demagogues to subserve base party ends. Fully comprehending the importance of such a moral demonstration, both Mr. Webb and Mr. Haughton diligently made use of various instrumentalities —such as writin...

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Lives Lost by Emigrant Ships. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Lives Lost by Emigrant Ships. Those who are intending to visit Europe this year, but have hesitated on account of the fear that they may share the fate of the passengers on the ill-fated Atlantic, ought to be grateful to the New York Times for the very full statistics of the comparative safety of ocean travel. The Cunard line, in its nearly thirty-three years of existence, has carried nearly or quite a million passengers, and has lost none by accident. The Williams and Guion line has carried a quarter of a million passengers since 1866, and has lost only six of them, they having been drowned by jumping overboard after a collision. The Anchor line his lost 250 lives, by the loss of three steamers, out of a total-of 150,770 passengers carried since 1865, when the lino was established. The National line has carried 271,000 passengers since 1866, and has lost no lives or vessels. The Havre line, which was established in 1864, lias carried 123,200 passengers, and has lost no lives or ves...

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The Irish in New England. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Irish in New England. We lake the following extract from a lecture delivered in Norwich, Conn., lately, by Counsellor M’Cloud, of Hartford . It contains some extremely interesting, and perhaps to many, surprising statistics, of the growth of the Irish element in the New England States. Mr. M’Clond quoted from Scandinavian and Irish records to show that America was discovered long before the day of Columbus, by St. Brendan, au Irishman, who lived in the oth century. Whether this far-away fact, if it be one, should be allowed to have any influence on present events, is a question for unpractical men to deal with. But we are in immediate relation to the facts shown by the following figures The census oi 1870, just come to hand, informs us there are but 33,627 persons born in England, residing in the six States known as New England, and in those six States there are 300,299 persons who were born in Ireland, while of Irish parentage there are over 600,000 more, making in round number...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall River, Mass.-I. P. POPE. I.awrenct, Mass.— M. RINN. Jew Haven, Conn.— EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. I.— TILLINGHAST & MASON: S. S. COLLINS, 23 Matliewson street, lew lork City.— THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. If.— M. NEVIN. Albany, NT. Y.-BER. HUGHES. 692 Broadway Aioy, A. V.— P. J. DOOLEY. 182 River street, Oa-nesro, A. Y.-GEORGE H. lIEES. UhnnS°V'i Y-—T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st. Fa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 600 Chestnut street. * Erle V vf BACKUS, 708 State street, ana 19 Park Bow. Baltimore, Md.-H.TAYLOIt,Sun IronliMing Clt EVANSi cO ,-H ' kraj lEß, RAWSON Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WALSH; J.RICHARDS;.JHi It \WLEY CliieftßO, 111.— WESTERN St. Fouls, Mo.— PATRICK FOX; ST I GUIS BOOK A-NEWS CO. ’ FoniBviIIe,Ky.— A.GUNTER;C.T.DEARINO ‘ ,, 'wiol&ellis;' VlSC<,N3ln news “■ Detroit,Micß.— J.A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St. Jolm, IV. B.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY: P, McCOURT. ’ H...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND, AUTHOR OF "HESTER'S HISTORY." PART 11. - CHAPTER XV. THE FOOL’S DERELICTION. The Kearneys retired to their cave, and Con stayed with j them. He made himself a bed of heather and ferns, on which he slept every night, lying across the month of the | rude dwelling like a mastiff at his masters gate. The cave was as good to him as the cabin had been, and so long as he could carry tin t and water for Nan, ana get his food from her hand, he cared very little for what was happening in the word. The midsummer days were long and fine, and the nights short and starry, and the mountain just the same mountain as before. Yet Con was seen to took sad when he passed the empty houses of the people who had gone away; would sometimes stop and scowl, and mutter to himself about Simon; and bad once been caught flinging stones down the cliff in the direction of the chimneys of Tobercevil. But his queer fits of passion s...

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Public Charities. Concluded from our last. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Public Charities. Concluded from our last. From the ‘ ‘ Catholic World " for April. Although there is evidence in the volume of Investigation before us tending to sustain the “fifth” and “ seventh” charges, we yet except those two charges from our remark, when we say that the other six charges, constituting the gravamen of the prosecution, arc not only sustained in whole or in part by nearly one hundred witnesses, but, with all deference to the five aldermen out of ten who found most of them not proved, we think that no unbiassed reader of the heavily laden and sad volume before us, no true philanthropist, no man of true charity caa fail to pronounce the word guilty as to all or some part of every one of the first, second, third, fourth, seventh, and eighth charges. We arc sorry to be forced to the conviction that the testimony is overwhelming. There are cases of punishment cruel in the extreme —some have called them inhuman, and even brutal —inflicted on about sixty boys; and, whil...

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Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Our Irish Letter. Cork, March 23, 1878. The Ministerial Burlesque Has been solemnly played out. Mr. Gladstone marched up the hill with magnanimous resolution to abjure the sweets of office, and has now marched down again to the comfortable quarters of the Treasury bench:s, Sir. Disraeli being only able to snarl, with a refractory party on bis own side, and an overwhelmingly strong party on his opponent’s. They even say Mr. Gladstone will not dissolve the present Parliament in a hurry. It is only five years old, and may have a year or more to live. ' At all events there is no longer a chance of settling the Education Question. The English secularist, Professor Fa-weett, will introduce a bill, which will, no doubt, be passed, abolishing tests in Trinity College, and throwing open its emoluments indifferently to Turk, Jew or Papist. But far from satisfying Ireland, who wants religion to be part of education, this will only aggravate the disappointment, by making Trinity College as godl...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to IVtavolY 27. ANTRIM. The Press and THE Bench.— On March M, at the Antrim Assizeß, the Crown Counsel called the attention oi Judge Lawson to two articles in the Ulster Daily Examiner, the Roman Catholic organ in Belfast, as calculated to interlere with the administration of justice. The person responsible • was ordered to attend the morning’s sit- ' ting of the court . Public Indignation.— The Ulster Exami- ' tier says:— *■ The heavy sentence pronounc- j ed Ly Judge Lawson upon the Catholic j young men, M’Kavanagh and Rooney, if Intended to produce a feeling of terror, seems to have fallen short of the mark. A more intense indignation was never, perhaps, evoked in Belfast than that which prevails at the present moment, not in the breast of 20,000 men alone, but in a section of the population numbering, all told, close upon 70.000 souls.” The on these two young men was seven years’ imprisonment. They were Catholics and the only persons sentenced, though man...

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FR. BURKE AT HOME. A BEAUTIFUL SERMON. Dedication of Ireland to the Sacred Heart. A Solemn Ceremonial. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

FR. BURKE AT HOME. A BEAUTIFUL SERMON. Dedication of Ireland to the Sacred Heart. A Solemn Ceremonial. On March 28, the solemn Triduum, prior to the grand ceremonial of the dedication of Ireland to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, to he celebrated on the following Sunday, commenced in the Cathedral Church, Marlborough street. Dublin. Every portion of the sacred edifice set apart for the laity was crowded as early as nine o’clock,or two hours previous to the time named for the opening of the Triduum. This was owing to the general anxiety felt by the Catholic population of the metropolis of this great Catholic country to take part in a devotion which led to tlio closing of the churches in Poland by the Russian Government, and to the persecutions instituted against the Catholic faith in Germany by Princo Bismarck. Never did the interior of the Cathedral, Marlborough street, present a grander and more solemn appearance than when the hour arrived lor the ceremonies of the day to commence. The ...

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