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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

BIRTHS. March 22, in Dublin, the wit any, esq., ot a son. 23,- the v Gray. esq., ot a daughter. 27, L>ons, ot a daughter. March IS, at Eathgar, the wif< of a daughter. March 21, at Somerset Hous the wile ot John O’Meara, esq., March 22, at Blactrock, the Burke, esq., ot a son. March 19, at Omagh, the wife McMaster, esq.. Portadown, of March 26, at Dunartiagh, Blai On- Wilson, ot a son. March 23, at Eathgar, the wifi esq., of a son. MAEEIAG] March 22. in Dublin. Mark T 1 mines, to Mary Louisa, daughti Wilson, ot Clones, co. Monaglis DEATHS March 27, in Dublin, Christ John Mooney. 19, Catherine D> nis O’Brien. 25, Catherine of John Kincaid. esq, 2]. Brid Hannah, wife of the late Pat James Magi 11, aged GS. John 23, Win. 'l'reacy. aged 32. 2 aged 50. 23. Michael Maguire. March 16, at Carrigeri, Bal Richard Barry. March 27, at ills residence. T aged 73. March 21, at Bohererew I George O’Dwyer, esq,, aged 26. March 20, at Merrion, Marga

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

MISSING FBI Advertisements under tms r three times lor $l.OO. The in of The Pilot in every city, tow the Anierlcant continent, rendei dium through which to make in friends. More than three-fourt Used for are found. Persons tvi advertised can Send us @l.OO ei with the advertisement written a lile, so that no mistake maybe m Persons in England, Ireland, o part of the world, can have the tizsd by remitting u3 the price ) a sovereign an advertisement wi seven weeks. There la very litti gold in a letter, if stiched into tween a small piece of card or pa Caution. —To prevent our friends and others from becon thievish impostors, we would i tising for missing relatives and mav obtain replies from those such), before sendlug them me to require of the absent ones to it by mentioning circumstances ir equally well known and famili; advertising and to the person of v is wanted. By following this swindlers will be prevented from sonating the missing iriends, a honest people. Persons requesting in...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Of George Dally, wh vine. Pa.. July 10.1872; went ) near AUeghent y Valley RaUro George Dally, care of Jaiucs R< ette county. Pa. If this should meet the Nr.:'DEL, oT Cambridge, Masi in 1360, and was at Mokelunm nia, during the winter of 1869 by writing to his mother, it his advantage, if anv person tion of him, they will confer to her. Address Mrs. Peter Ne ingtou street, Cambridgcport, Of Daniel and Thom when last heard from Thomas Wis.; Daniel was at Caseyvi years ago. and nothing has t since. Information of him, tie received by his sister. Betsy On [ merit square, Charlestown. Via. Of Thomas Furlong, ] up in Pendleton, Cincinnati, transport Sept. 22. 1371. and hr. since; he is now 15 years old, r age; he has a fair complexion, nent mouth and teeth. Inforr or alive, will be received by hi Direct to Thomas Furlong, Lo Indiana. Columbus (Ohio) papers plea Should this meet the e Powell, or any person tha about him thev will please writ they are very anxious to hear last h...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

WALKS. Of John Lynes, born o in Mertliyr Tydvil, South Wales this country 20 months a;<o; he lias a dark complexion, full eyes in mind: he straved from his’m her twelve months, from Sag formation concerning him wili mother, Mrs. Johanna Lvnes Conn., or John Griffiths,'Eliz New Jersey. Of Jeremiah O’Brien, and Mary O’Brieu, formerly of where his mother died in the he left his home he went to was last seen by his sister, whe for Ireland, where his father heard he was in this boontr O’Brien, his cousin, son of D mother died in Newport abor Information of them, dead 01 ceived by Jere ; tab’s only sister Willow Cottage, Shawmut Avei lands. Mass. Southern and Western papers LKITBEW Of Catherine Silver, near Ballinamore, county Leitr ago; she is supposed to lie now Connecticut; also, of her chiidi Ann. Catherine, and Bridget, w Information of her will be recei ter, Winifred Silver, care of O'Connell street. Providence, R Of John Bbady, and 1 William, Thomas, and John. England to...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Answers to Correspondents. V'e give no attention to anonymous correspond- | ent-s. •‘Petek WAi.sn,” Reading, Pa. —Prof. Kavanagh’s “Origin of Language” is in two octavo volumes. ‘‘ Wm. Martin,” Oswego, N. Y. —Mr. Donalioe is the sole publisher of Mr. McGee’s * ‘ Irish Settlers in America.” “Michael Hogan,” Baltimore. Md.— Mr. S. C. Hall is the author of ‘ ‘ A Book of Memories of Great Men and Women of the Age, from Personal Acquaintance.” “ Wm. L. Keakney ,” Newark, N. J— Dr. Michael Kearney’s ‘ 1 Lectures concerning History, read during the year 1775, in Trinity College, Dublin,” were published in a quarto volume in 177 C. “ Joseph O’Neill.” Philadelphia. Pa.— The book by a “ celebrated author in Ireland,” urging “a serious and useful scheme to make an hospital for incurables of universal benefit to all His Majesty's subjects,” was published, in an octavo form, in 1733. “Petek A. Jordan,” Chicago, 111. —ln Mr. Uoddcr M. Westropp’s “Prc-liistoric Phases,” von will find a good summar...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
An Interesting Article, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

An Interesting Article, Ipiloi BOSTON, APRIL 2fi, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Ciftlsollc,bo tenmerste, he industrious,be obedient to law, 7 *—ltKV, Thomas N. Bchke. O. P. We make a particular request to our readers to turn to the article on “ Public Charities,’’part of which we reprint this week from the Catholic World. It contains information and it explains principles that should be clearly understood by every Catholic citizen in this country. Until our people understand their wants they cannot intelligently apply remedies. And without reading such careful and reliable statements as are here made, they cannot understand their position in a lifetime. Our readers will bo instructed, surprised, and shocked at the facts related in this article.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Boston Press and the Catholics. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Boston Press and the Catholics. YVe are not saying too mucn when we say that ono half the inhabitants oi Boston are Catholics. They enter largely into every branch of the city’s trade and commerce. They till every position in society, from that of the wealthiest merchant to the humblest laborer. They do their full share in every public work. In the great enterprises of the city, the money of Catholics is as readily pa id down as that of any other class of citizens. They have done their share, perhaps more than their share, in beautifying the city with noble buildings. Their maguiflcent Cathedral and churches could be ill spared by a city so proud of its metropolitan character as Boston. They have built many of the finest charitable institutions, for young aud old, reformatory and protectory, that the city contains. One would think that such an important portion of the population would bo treated courteously, or at least fairly, by the press of the city. If not treated either cou...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Protestant Illiberality. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Protestant Illiberality. We gladly make room in our editorial columns for the following article from the Golden Age, a paper to which the Catholic community has reason to be grateful for many hold and honest words in the cause of justice. Ii our Protestant contemporaries will imitate the manliness and liberality of the Golden Age when an injustice is done to their Catholic fellow-citizens, wc care not how hard they strike us when we ourselves deserve the whip. Of course, there are sentiments in this article to which no Catholic can subscribe, but we give it as a whole, knowing that our readers wili make the necessary criticism for themselves : “ lutin'? country, by the theory of our constitution and the spirit of our laws, church and state are separated; a great gulf is fixed between them, finally and forever. " And yet questions of religion have always more or less shaken political parties, ' and continue to influence political appointments. Not many months ago, our legislature (X....

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Murder by the Modoes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Murder by the Modoes. A climax has come in the government negotiations with the Modoc Indians. The tribe that has been so long a source of trouble and loss to the United States troops, has put a finishing stroke to its pi'otest against present legislation by the murder of Gen. Canby and Rev. Dr. Thomas. It seems the l’esult of the late fights and peace-parleys was, that these Modocs should leave their stronghold at the Lava beds, on the Northern border of California, to take a Government reservation; and Gen. Canby, alter completing preparations to enforce the decision, consented to a preliminary conference with Captain Jack and his followers, near his cave in those rocky fastnesses, where, on the 11th of April, he and his fellow-commissioner were shot. It is needless to say that this conduct on the part of the Indians has excited the most intense indignation, and the war policy is at a premium.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
An Offensive Law Reformed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

An Offensive Law Reformed. Our readers will be glad to learn that the offensive Test Oath of Massachusetts, by which Catholics were ordered to be sworn in a special manner, has been repealed. Again and again have Catholic witnesses in the Courts of the Commonwealth been singled out to swear in a particular way, as if they only regarded the form and not the nature of an oath. While all other witnesses were sworn with upraised hand, the Catholic was made to kiss the book. A motion to reform this Act has before been several times vainly offered by Hon. P. A. Collins and others. This session Mr. William Taylor, representative from Ward 2, Boston, offered an order “That the Committee on the Judiciary inquire if any further legislation is necessary in the mode of administering oaths.” The statements of the following gentlemen were heard to show reason:—iron. P. A. Collins, Hon. Martin Griffin, Clias. G. Thomas, Attorn-ey-at-Law, and Charles Dolan, police officer. The Committee on the Judi...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Boston and Vicinity. It is proposed to spend $31,000 to celebrate the Fourth of July. Two hundred licensed organ grinders have been let loose on the people of Boston. Deaths of the v. f jk carting the* 12th, 140; of consumption, 2f; cerebro-spinalmenin-gitis, 12; small-po\, 2. Sergeant T. S. Caelaiian, of the ninth regiment, claims the drill championship of the ninth regiment. Sullivan . Fjnotti & Cos. of ill state street, offer for sale Wines, Cigars Family Groceries, and Italian Produce. Wc would recommend this new firm to the attention of our readers. In her will the late Theodora Tleinemann gives $2OO for the benefit of the new German Catholic Church on Shawmut avenue, and $5O each to the St. Joseph’s Society and the Society of the Holy Infancy of Jesus. The new and handsome two-story French roof brick building now being erected on the grounds of St. Hose Church, Chelsea, to be used for school purposes in connection with St. Rose parish, is ull completed outside, and...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Holy Week in Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Holy Week in Boston. The solemn festivals of Holy Week which are the most important in the whole ecclesiastical calender, were well observed in the Boston Catholic Churches this year. many of the churches the complete office of Tenebrse and the appropriate chants and ceremonies wefb fully rendered, and it was observable with gratification that the young men selected to aid the clergy in these exercises were well trained, giving good effect to the impressive music which the Church assigns for this season. The Pro-Cathedral. At the Cathedral chapel of the Holy Cross the office of Tenebras was sung each day, beginning as usual on Wednesday evening. On Holy Thursday the solemn blessing of the Holy Oils took place, Bishop Williams officiating, and a number of clergv from various parts of the diocese being present, Solemn Pontifical Mass was said, twelve priests in cliausibles, and others vested as Deacons and Subdeacons, assisting in the ceremonies. On Good Friday the appropriate devotio...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Catholic Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Catholic Intelligence, Condensed for The Pilot. Rev'. Bishop Gross will he consecrated at the Cathedral, Baltimore, on April 27. It is said that Eather Killeen, pastor of St. John’s Church, Newark, N. J., will be the next Vicar-General of that diocese. Some of the Jesuit Fathers who have been exiled from Germany, are erecting anew church for the German Catholics in Wilmington, Delaware. Tiie Oblate Fathers, from Lowell, have .just closed a mission, which lasted 10 days, m Milford, Mass., Rev. P. Cuddihy, pastor. The mission rvas most successful in its results, three thousand persons lnrving recei\ ed Holy Communion. A few converts also were made. Rev. Dr. M. A/ Corrigax, the Bishop elect of Newark, N. J., will be consecrated at the Cathedral on Sunday, May 4, the festival of St. Joseph. It is understood that Archbishop McCloskey will officiate. The Church of St. Mary, in 15th street, New York, was broken into and robbed on tho night of March B,of almost every thing of value that cou...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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The Position of Steamship Captains. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Position of Steamship Captains. In commenting on the Atlantic disaster and the disposition to condemn Captain Williams, the New York correspondent of the Boston Advertiser thus alludes to the duties of ocean steamship captains If the internal organization of the Atlantic’s command, and the responsibility of her various officers coidd be inquired into as it ought to be. it would be discovered that the captain is but little more than the navigating officer. Except in great emergencies he has no direct authority over the other officers, who have, during their watch, full control of the ship—the right to stop her, change her course, or whatever they may judge the situation demands, without consulting the captain. The case of the Atlantic shows also that if they want to run the vessel on the rocks they have full power to do so. In the olden day3 of sailing vessels the captain was absolute autocrat, not only of the deck blit of the whole craft. If he didn’t like an officer he dismisse...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Personal. Tiie Rev. Father Briody. of Newbnrg, V* “j 1 ? returned from Florida with restored health. A monument to Col. Ellsworth is contracte_d for. It will cost $3OOO, and is to be ot Quincy granite. James Reppath, of the Boston Lyceum Bureau, is now in Europe completing arrangements for bringing celebrated lecturers to the United Mates. Rev. Geo. W. Pepper will lecture in Lawrence, Mass., on April 22. He has a fine lecture entitled “Fronde’s Ireland j from a Protestant point of view.” Sin Robert Montague, having joined tlie Roman Catholic Church since his election, will not again stand for Huntingdonshire, England. The man who sells the lease of the corner of Broadway and Fulton streets to the New York Evening I‘cst for $253,000, was an oyster catcher, working in New York bay, seventeen years ago. Hox. William Parsons sailed from New York in the Algeria, for Europe. He will return to this country next autumn. Before his departure he was elected a memi her of the Ilistoiical Socie...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Phillips—Froude. WENDELL PHILLIPS [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Phillips—Froude. WENDELL PHILLIPS fflje ftlot BOSTON, APRIL 26, 1873. Will deliver a lecture, reviewing all the 'Statements made recently in this country by Mr. Froude, on Tuesday evening, the 20th of April, in the Trcmont Temple, for the benefit of the Home for Destitute Children. We need say no words of praise for the great orator. Our people all know the man who was the first American to stand up for an insulted people, and fling back the insult with eloquence and dignity. There should not be one spare seat in the bouse on the night of Wendell Phillips’ lecture.

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Our Chromo. Persons forming clubs should show the chromo. Those who see it wiH subscribe. ] We request all to be particular in 'sending the postage beforehand. AGENTS WANTED. Men and women of intelligence am] business habits can make good wages in canvassing for Tnu Pilot . They must come well recommended by their parish priest. NEW YORK.—Agents wanted to canvass for The Pilot and our Chromo of Futlier Burke. PHILADELPHIA.—Agents wanted to canvass lor The Pilot and distribute our Chromo. BALTIMORE. —Azcnts wanted to canvass lor The Pilot and the Chromo. In nil the Large Cities and Towns Throughout tlie Country Agents are wanted to canvass lor The Pilot and distribute ®ur Chromo. From $5 to $lO a day can be made by active and energetic persons. Canvassers will be furnished with copies of the Chromo Irco of expense. Address The Pilot Ollico, Boston, Mass. Prices of Frames for Father ISurlse’s Chromo. l)a inch Black Walnut, with 1 inch Gilt Strip inside $3 00 2 inch Black Walnut, with ...

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Coueord si.), Boston. Donations for Sumort of the Institution. The following sums have been received slnceonr last: Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home for alt benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaveu for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roil of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Bt. Rev. BP--O’Reilly $lOO OC Rev. James Uriflin ]OO 00 Patrick Maguire 100 oo Persons t cho hare subscribed to the Roil of Honor uill please pay up their subscriptions. at their earliest convenience . foMn. Donajioe, or the Superintendent. Mr. Cullen. Tiie official returns show that fifteen per cent of the expenditures of English workmen are for drink and tobacco. These two items are as much as is spent by them fo...

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Source: Boston College
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Lives of the Irish Saints. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Lives of the Irish Saints. To the Editor of The (Boston) Pilot. Dear Mr. Donauoe.—l have now ovei 600 subscribers on my list, and 1 am happy to state the¥ arc nearly all of that excellent class who ha\ e sen! me their subscriptions in advance. Some have been more than generous, and have far exceeded my requirements, or, indeed, wishes; for I think it quite sufficient to receive from all my home subscribers ss. only, as an instalment to secure me in the heavy outlay necessarily required for the commencement of my great literary enterprise. Few persons can consider this an onerous demand, nor should I desire to trespass unduly on public conlqh nee. I have now to announce that active preparations are making to have the first number of my work delivered to subscribers who have already paid, and free of postage, soon aft r the approaching Easter. Several beautiful wood engravings of old churches connected with the Irish Saints are already out of the hands of our lirst-class Dublin engrav...

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