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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Irish-American Societies. At the regular monthly meeting of the Homan Catholic Mutual Relief Society, the following oUlcers were elected for the ensuing year:—President, Charles Carr; Vice President, James McLaughlin ; Treasurer, Henry Doherty: Secretary, Daniel 11. Gili; Assistant Solitary, Hugh Curren; Cash Steward. Clias. Tigho; Hoard of Directors —Hugh Canney, William llrabson, Jeremiah Sullivan, Bernard Ginty, Thomas Murray, Bernard Doherty; Investigating Committee—Owen Bagin, John McLaughlin, John Murray. Tiik following officers have been elected by the St. Francis de Sales’ Society, of Charlestown:—John Cass, President; Michael W. Fitzgerald. Vice President; Daniel Toomey, Secretary; John. I*. Sullivan, Recording Secretary; Jeremiah Lyons, Treasurer, John Reynolds, Dennis Cass, Michael Ryan, James W. Coffey, Patrick Murphy, Directors; Michael Farrell, Michael Broderick, M. W. Fitzgerald, W. 11. Berry, James W. Coffey, James McGee, Visiting Committee. St. Mary’s Temperance Soc...

Publication Title: Pilot
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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, April 15, 1873. Easter Sunday Was not, In all the churches, so brilliant as usual. The eyes of the faithful did not fail to observe this, and to trace it to its proper cause, namely, the dangerous illness of His Holiness Pope Pius IX. In a great many of the churches the festal decorations were particularly tine; but there was a sadness in the hearts of worshippers which trade itself felt nevertheless. At St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Archbishop McCloskey officiated as Celebrant in the High Mass. The general feeling among the clergy, so far as 1 gathered it, was one of Resignation mingled with Hope. The saintly old man who was reported to be at the point of death in the Vatican moved many to tears by bis sufferings. I met one priest who had lived in Koine for some years, and who bore many marks of tlio esteem of His Holiness. His grief was very great, and it seems to me that in proportion as Pius IX. was known to men, so love was added to veneration. It is b...

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A Dreadful Massacre. 100 Negroes Butchered in Colfax, Louisiana. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

A Dreadful Massacre. 100 Negroes Butchered in Colfax, Louisiana. The demonstration of the negroes of Grant Parish,Louisiaua, against the MeEnery oficiaJs. recently reported, has resulted in one of the bloodiest conflicts between the whites and blacks which ever occurred in that State. It appears that the negroes having driven out the obnoxious otHcials. who, they alleged, were elected bv fraud and entrenched themselves at ‘Colfax where they were attacked on Sunday, the I3tli inst., by a force of whites and driven into the courthouse. The building was then set on fire and the negroes were shot down as they escaped from the flames. It is reported that between eighty and a hundred were killed, and the terribly significant statement is made that none were to be found afterward for miles around. Two white men were severely, and a few others slightly wounded.

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Acknowledgment. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Acknowledgment. Cammudgei'Out, April 10, 1872. At the annual meeting of St. Mary’s Catholic Total Abstinence ami Benevolent Society, held April (J, 1873, it was unanimously voted, that the Indies who on the 10th of March presented the Association with a most costly Irish and a magnificent American Flag, receive a vote of thanks from the Society, and that they be assured that their generous gift is duly appreciated, and will be held in "grateful remembrance by the Society, and the Secretary was instructed to have the names of the donors inserted in The (Boston) Pilot and Cambridge J’ress, with the amounts donated. Mrs. J. H. Farrell s•„*.■; 00 Mrs. Griffin and Miss Morgan 81 00 Mrs. Geo. Cox and Miss McCool 33 00 -Miss Maggie Kollo) . Miss Nellie Good, an , ( ! Miss Mary Donahoe SO 00 Miss Kate Ha 11..: 2 4 25 Misses Nellie and Mary Kgan 27 00 :;!' 8 : Uo «rke and Miss Nellie Sullivan... II 00 Misses Mary A. Corcoran and Maggie Kant .... 13 05 Per order of Society. James J. Daly, Sec...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Notes of the Week. Tub “ oldest inhabitant ” in New York, Mrs. C. Cahill, who died recently, was bom in Castlebar, County Mayo, Ireland, in 1767. k Bridget Clark, one of the persons injured by the panic in St. John’s Church, Trenton, N. J.,lias died. The others arc recovering. The Unita Cattolica announces as an on dii that Baron Nathaniel de Rothschild is about to become a Catholic, and to marry a Countess allied to an archducal family of Austria. Tiie literary stall of the London Times embraces three hundred persons, the chief editor receiving a salary as large as the President of the United States. John Walter is proprietor. One fourth of the suicides in New YYirk are American, and two tilths German. The latter population, although equalled in numbers by native Irish, furnish three times as many self murders. Mr. W. S. Greek, the moving spirit of the San Francisco Guardian, since it started, has taken leave of its columns. The Guardian has proved one of the ablest and most readab...

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

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. COSTA RICA. An Honest People. The Keto York World's correspondent, writing from Catholic Costa Rica, says:— “Again and again, since I have been in the country, have I been struck with the carelessness with tvhich houses of the best class, even here in the capital, are left open to all comers, not by day only but by night. The iron bars in the windows, which form so conspicuous a feature of the domestic architecture of most other Span ish and Spanish-American towns, are as completely unknown here as in Santo Domingo. ileuses are almost uniformly built of but one story in height, on account of the earthquakes, and there are few or no windows in the whole city into and out of which a man cannot step with ease. But people smile at the idea of any‘insecurity’ in this Arcadian state of things. . . . I have the word of a leading foreign resident here for it that he has, on several occasions, sent to and received from his correspondents at Punta Arenas largo sums in gol...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Resolutions of C Notices like the following ari 3WASSACHUS] At the regular mettin Men's Sodality lu New lledfoi i lowing preamble and resolutioi ly adopted: Whereas,God, in Ilisinfin fit to remove from our midst. I esteemed brother, Albert M, be it Resolved. That, while bowin the will of our Heavenly Fatl loss oi a beloved member, a and a sincere friend. Resolved. That in the death ol her the Y. M. S. sustains the oldest and most valued mend been ready to sustain the prlnci Unity, and true Christian Char Resolved. That though we shi where his face had become so we shall remember him fond pra;. that he has gone to eujo better, a brighter, and a happlt Resolved. That these resolutio Tiie Pilot and the A’etc lledfov copy to be presented to the ceased. Committee on Resolutions—! 11. Thornton, Patrick A. Drlscc James Sullivan, Thomas J. Nau RHODE ISI.AN At :i meeting of the St. J B. Society Of South Provldeuc of James I). Howley, Sergeai (t a it nt a : v.

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

missing friends. Notices like the following will be inserted three times for SI. See Third page! 1 Information Wanted Of Mary Rowan when last heard of she was in New A ork. Information of her whereabouts will be received by her brother. Josenh Rowan, Lafayette, Tippecanoe county, Inu. Of MARTnN Moloy ; he tvas in Maitowac, W is,, 15 years a fro, and lias not been heard ot since. lie will hear of something much to his advantage by addressing James Glance, Keokuk Lee county, lowa. ap'>6 ’ GALWAY. Of Joseph Clougiier , a native of the town of Ballingar, county Galway, who came to America 45 years ago; when last heard from about 21 years ago, he was then living in Norwich Conn. I have heard, through a friend, that he was on a visit in Koxbury, Mass.. about five years ago. Information of his whereabouts will be received by his nephew. Thomas Clougher, Bolton, Worcester county, Mass. ap2S HAG LAM). Of John Swan, g;i9-littcr, from Liverpool, England; his sister Catherine has not...

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Wreck of the Atlantic Summary of the Facts. Character of the Captain. WHAT THE DIVERS SAW. Were the Hatches Closed? THE FACTS ASCERTAINED. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Wreck of the Atlantic Summary of the Facts. Character of the Captain. WHAT THE DIVERS SAW. Were the Hatches Closed? THE FACTS ASCERTAINED. The facts, so far as they have hcen do▼eloped, with regard to the loss of the Atlantic on Meagher’s Rock, are these: The vessel left England insufficiently coaled and insufficiently provisioned. On the 31st of last month,'when she was 160 miles from New York, there were, according to Captain William’s statement, only 127 tons of coal and barely two days’ provisions left, and the captain, considering that the “ risk was too great,” determined to run into Halifax. The position of the Atlantic was got bv ‘‘ observation and chronometer,’ and at twelve o’clock midnight was reckoned to bo 46 miles oil bambro Light, at the entrance of the harbor, the light hearing almost due north. The speed was then about 12 knots per hour. Captain Williams had never brought a ship into Halifax, and know nothing about the coast except what is known to everyone, that it...

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A California Vampire. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

A California Vampire. The San Francisco Alia lias a description of a vampire recently caught by the second male of the steamship Nevada ■— “ While the'steamship Nevada was about eighty miles oil' one of the minor isles of Micronasis, on its way up from Australia to this port, at about six o’clock in the morning, a strange animul of a dark figure was observed to light on the highest peak of the forward mask. Attracted by its peculiar appearance, the officer of the deck Mr. Burns, the second mate, offered one of the sailors a small sum to secure it. Tbo man clambered up the mast with a heavy cloth in his hand, and after a slight struggle, in which he was severely bitten on the hand, it was secured, bringing it to the deck, on examination the beast proved to be a fine specimen of a species of the vampire tribe. This animal closely resembles the terrodactyle of the antedeluvian ages. In appearance it is like a huge bat, on hasty examination. It is in the head of the animal, however, tha...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Notes of the Week. Peach trees are in blossom in Virginia. The grass is green in the Chicago parks. Petersburg, Kansas, is settled by a Massachusetts colony. King Victor Emanuel will visit Vienna during ihe Exhibition, if the condition of Italy will permit his departure. A manufactory in Rome, Italy, was destroyed by lightning last week, and fortynine persons were buried in the ruins, five of whom were killed and seventeen wounded. iNthe Supreme Court at Concord, N. H. on Friday April u, Sarah Hastings was sentenced to three vears’ imprisonment for lorgery. The pound sterling of Great Britain, after the Ist of next January, is to be legally valued in the United States at lour dollars eighty-six cents and six and a half mills. Great distress for want of food is reported to prevail in the islands on the Irish coast, off Galway, sheep even starving. Subscriptions have been opened for the relief of the islanders. Passengers to St. John and Halifax are no longer aroused at midnight to ha...

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The Effects of Trades’ Unions. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

The Effects of Trades’ Unions. The London Telegraph of March 24, says ‘ ‘ We recorded some davs ago ‘ tho beginning of the end ’ of the South Wales strike. The middle of the end is now reached by the surrender of the Dowlais men, which will soon be followed, no doubt, br an agreement at Cytartha and the other places where the colliers still stand out. Two characteristics of the peace are gratifying. It has been mainly due to the common sense and good feeling of the men themshlves, who have taken a lesson in personal independence, and in future will scarcely be led away by the delegates of the Union. It is also satisfactory that the masters cherish no resentment against ring-leaders or agitators, but, forgetting the past, are willing to take back all who may desire employment. This condonation of any unpleasant incidents arising from the period of revolts has, it is stated, greatly gratified the operatives, who feared that there might remain some bitterness, and who, to their credit,...

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Laws Relating to Refugees. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Laws Relating to Refugees. An interesting series of papers has just been published, giving an account of the different measures taken bv foreign governments as regards the debarkation or entry of political convicts, paupers or others. The French report sums up the question thus: “In one word, foreigners in France, are at the discretion of the execu tive authorities. After trial and conviction they are sent away, and sometimes on acquittal; they are also expelled for being without means of subsistence or infirm—but always, say the officials, with due regard to humanity. Portugal has no special legislation; the matter is entrusted to the executive; the same answer comes from Russia, Greece,Prussia, Austria, and many minor powers. Switzerland establishes by its laws a light of asj'lum, even for foreign soldiers who desert * ‘considering that the latter, by the act of their desertion, reprobate or condemn the establishment of standing armies.’” The Republic also protects political refug...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Temperance. J. W. O'B. At tho semi-annual meeting of the Father Mathew Total Abstinence and Mutual Belief Society, No. 1, of Boston, held April I, 1873, in St. James’Young Men’s Hall, Tyler street, tho following officers were elected for the ensuing six months President, John A. Duggan; Vice-President, Thoma3 Prendergast; Treasurer, James Martin; Recording Secretary, J. J. Prendergast; Corresponding Secretary, C.J.Ford; Bookkeeper, Owenßogan; Board of Trustees— Matthew Gallivan, Chairman, W. Gallery, J. Powel, T. Cary. J. Flynn, J. O’Brien' P. Mahoney, C. Callahan, D. Sullivan, Q Sullivan, w. O’Brien, R. Connell. The Two Classes of Irishmen.—To the Irishman at home, drink is a curse; to the Irishman abroad, drink is absolute ruin. Go to America, to England, to Scotland, to any part of the world, you will find there two classes of Irishmen—one is the sober Irishman, hajjpy and prosperous, an honor to the land of his birth, an ornament and prop to that of his adoption; the other is th...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Assurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Assurance Society. W. C. New Bedford, Mass., April. 1873. lx 1871, Michael O’Neill, of "East Cambridpe, applied to ire for an insurance of ss-000 on his life in the Equitable, for the benefit of his sister. While waiting for the policy to be completed, O’Neill’s father heard what his son had done, and persuu'ied him to abandon the insurance "as unnecessary. It so happened that within twelve months from that time O’Neill died lrorn small-pox, too poor to leave anything to his sister. J lx conversation with Daniel Barney, a personal friend, upon the subject of life assurance in January last, lie remarked that, being in good health, of temperate and industrious habits, why should he insure his life? n e saw no necessity tor Going so. But two weeks after our conversation my friend was suffering with his last sickness. He was too sure of a long lile. Lef me instance a case where the sudden loss of pr...

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THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

THE FARM AND GARDEN. The best farmhouse always has a large, convenient kitchen with a pump at the sink. . A wise farmer will not take his productions to market in a wagon. He will let them walk. It is announced that the best manure for tobacco is guano, Quite likely, for they are much alike. 1 ‘ Blood will tell,” is an old saying, but it won’t tell much without plenty to eat, and good at that. Tiie Garden of London records an experience going to show that cion3 and cuttings retain their vitality much longer than has been generally supposed, those of vines, plums, figs, apples, and pears taken from England to the colony at Victoria, having been worked with success nine months aiter being severed from the parent stock. Effects of Mud ox the Feet of Cattle and SHEEP. ltufus Feet, of Castilo, New York, writes to the Rural Neio Yorker. I have seen considerable of what was called hoof-ail,” among horned cattle. I have heard it ascribed to various causes but I am now very confident that bu...

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Beware of Swindlers, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

Beware of Swindlers, Many dishonest persons are going round soliciting subscriptions for The Pilot. People should he cautious in their dealings with all canvassers for our paper or books. They should not, in any case, pay their money unless the goods are delivered. Neither should they trust these pedlers with framiug*or binding, except where they show their certificates. There are many good honest men who do buy boobs and pictures, and deal honestly with their customers; but they are always able to show their authority. No one is authorized to canvass for The Pilot unless he can show a certificate signed by Mr. Donalioo, and printed in red ink. The following is a fao-similo of Mr. Donahoe’s autograph:

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 26 April 1873

IMPORTANT WORKS. ‘' Catholic choice in the present day lies not between education and its negative, not between reading and no reading, but between Christian and un-Christian education, between reading of an injurious and reading ot a beneficial, or at least of an innocuous, tendency. For good or for evil, Catholics, as well as others, will read. The power to read is conferred in our schools as rapidly as in any others; and the proportion of readers amongst us has increased, is increasing, and cannot be diminished.”— Cardinal Wiseman. GEOROGY AMR KEVERATTON; or, The Ancient History of the Earth Considered in the Light of Geological Facts and Revealed Religion. With Illustrations. By the Rev. Gerald Molloy, D.D., l’rofessor of Theology in the Royal College of St. Patrick, Maynootli. A hew edition. Revised and enlarged by the author. 12mo. Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. Price S2 50 HALF HOURS WITH HUSH AUTHORS, Selections from Griffin, Lover, Carleton,and Lever. 12mo. Cloth 150 THE THREE ...

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