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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Of William Curtis, :i yonnsr man about 21 years of aKe, a native of th<- county of Kent, Ontario. Canada.who left Detroit some two years ago, and went to Indiana: lie remained there some time, when he went to Plymouth, Wis.; siu'-e which time, October, 1871, he has not been heard from. Information of him will be received by his mother—bis father having died lately. Address Mrs. J. 15. Curtis, Chatham P. 0., Kent county. Ontario, care of J. Degg. Of Ellen, Daniel, John, and Eddy Ryan; wuen last heard from, about four years ago. they were living in Worcester, Mass. Daniel is a carpenter by trade, and John and Eddy bouse painters. Information of their present whereabouts will be received by their father, Daniel Ryan, sen., 1217 Washington street, San Francisco, Cal. aplS If this should meet the eye of John J. Nesdel, of Cambridge. Mass. I who left there in 186*5, aud was at Mokelumne station, California, during the winter of 1883 and 1871, lie will, by writing to ids mother,...

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

WALKS. . V/ 'J? ir ~Ji YXKS ’ born of Irish parents thl^c<iiin^^sn dvil,^? uth 'Vales, wlio emigrated to - , * J ", lon , tllB : ‘X°; lie Is I.i years of ago; lii niii i • ho , P <?x !}° ll - fllU eve6 ' and ls i">t Steady her wo>iv» n,l a^ and fr . om llis mother last Xoveiuoer ini Is e montli3. from Sa.-atuck, Conn Inmother°" lri ICe io , hi I,r ,III V wili b ‘‘ re «lved by ids mother, -Mrs. Johanna Lyncs, SaaratueV I' O NewJmey Grlfflths ’ K P.‘ O.*; Of JiitKMiAH O’Bhien, son of Michael aud Mary O’Brien, formerly of Newport Wales where Ins mother died In the year h£3- when he left lua home he went to Cardiff, where he was last seen by his sister, when she was leaving for Ireland, where his fatlier died soon afterheard lie was la this country: also, of jnmps O’Brien, Ids cousin, son of Daniel (PBrlen MUs mother died in Newport about the same time Information of them, dead or alive, will be received by Jere i tab’s only sister, Bridget O’...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. 4 4 Bernabd O’Conor,” Hubbard, Dodge Cos., Wis.—The Countess of Blessiugton died in 1819. ‘‘JOHN' Russell,” Mendota. La Salle Cos., 111. —Thomas Gage "was a missionary, who died in A. D. 1655. “ Geokge Rooney,” St. Omer, Decatur Cos., Ind.—William Addy, the writer on stenography, flourished in the seventeenth century. “ Wm. Ferris,” Dixon, Lee Cos., 111.—In 1871 the population of England and Wales was 22,701,108. “ J. L. Sullivan,” Elmira, N. Y.—The work, entitled “My Clerical Friends,” lias been advertised several times in The Pilot. It was published a few weeks since by the Catholic Publication Society, of New York. Mr. Donahoe, of Boston, has the book on sale. You will find it, as you anticipate in your note, precisely the soil of book for your purpose, find—so to speak—a ‘ ‘ live book” from beginning to end. “ James S. Hyland,” Columbus. Ohio.— Forty years ago, Messrs. E. L. Carey & A. Hart,...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Mgr. ISouiiiuet, Amiens, France. A telegram announces the death of Mgr. Boudinet, Bishop of Amiens, aged C 5. lie was consecrated Bishop of that See in 1858. E. I. P. Bev. JL. Corbeati, IV. V. Father L. Lapic, the oldest priest of the Diocese of Ogdensburg, died at Corbeau, N. Y., Sunday, March 30, at the age of 74 years. Itcv. G. Kazsocwicz, Italy. On Feb. 27, Rev. Gerolamo Kazsoewicz, General of the Order of the Resurrection in Italy, fell suddenly dead in a fit of apoplexy. The funeral took place in the Church of St. Claudeo, Rome, belonging to the Order. Itcv. M. liavcrdlcrre, (Quebec. The death of the Rev. M. Laverdierre, of the Seminary of Quebec, is announced, and will cause much sorrow in the connnu--nity, by whom the deceased was loved and respected.— Montreal True Witness. Itcv. Alibe IScnanl, Havre, France. An aged and much venerated French ecclesiastic, the Abbe Benard, cure of Notre Dame, Havre, expired on March 29. He was born in 1794, and ordained...

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BLESSED BY THE POPE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

BLESSED BY THE POPE. % filotBOSTON, MAY 3, 1873. “ Let Ireland in America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrions, be obedient to law.”—Key. Thomas X. Burke. 0. P. Our readers will see by the letter of our Roman Correspondent that our Holy Father has given his blessing to the work being done by The Pilot. This is the highest recognition of our humble services that could be given, the noblest reward that we could ever have hoped for. It is, indeed , a reflection that fills us with joy aud confidence, that in the midst of his afflictions the Holy Father should bestow a thought and a blessing on our poor labors. 'With new vigor and fresh heart we turn to the work before us, praying that no act of ours, no public utterance of The Pilot may ever give scandal or cause the honorable recognition to be a shame and a reproach .

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atholic Union of Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

atholic Union of Boston. Boston adds one more to the list of Catholic Unions established to express sympathy with the Holy Father in his afflictions. The wisdom of G. iin leaving His Church to trials and tribulations is shown in this last act of the Catholic lavmen, in the chief city of utilitarian New England. In peace and prosperity men may learn to forget; but in suffering and sorrow, never. The enemies of the 'Church are its best friends. which is pressed down in one place must rise in another. The Italian and German Governments may close the churches and pull down the altars, but they miserably fail to alienate the hearts of men. t The Catholic Union of Boston is no aggressive organization. It is simply the result of injustice committed in foreign countries, which has stirred the hearts of the Catholics here to unite in expressions of sympathy with the sufferers and condemnation of the crime. Belonging to a world-wide communion, counting our brethren in every nation on the eart...

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The Modoc Massacre. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

The Modoc Massacre. When the news oi the murder of General Cabby spread overthe country, an unseemly yell for a general massacre went up. and we are sorry to say, has not yet subsided. Who, on calm second-thought, will not be horrified at reading the following public expressions of several influential newspapers ? The Boston Journal says: 1 ' The only policy now left is that of punishment, even to the extermination of all concerned.” The Troy Times advocates the extermination of the good-for-nothing tribes on the Pacific Coast. The Hartford Courant says; ‘ ‘ There should be no mercy shown to the guilty brutes, and it would be a subject for gratification if their white confederates should he compelled to share their punishment.” Itochester Democrat —‘ l Let their punishment he swift, sure, and as fierce as you will; but let not a single failure disturb the noble policy of civilizing the race to which these criminals belong.” Washington Star ‘ ‘ There is only one righteous way of aven...

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Phillips and Fronde. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Phillips and Fronde. It is stated now that Mr. Froude intends to revisit the United States next year. It may not he so, and indeed we cannot see why it should he so, unless he means to take America without a Burke, and try the effect of his unopposed eloquence. The absence of Father Burke may be a loss, hut it is not so utterly. On the platform, before Mr. Froude returned to England, stood the first of American orators, tearing his rhetoric to shreds, exposing his bigotry, and defending the people he attacked. The words of Wendell Phillips reached where even the words of Father Burke were not heard. Mr. Phillips is to lecture on the statements of Froude, in Tremont Temple, Boston, on Tuesday evening, April 29th, lor the benefit of the Home for Destitute Catholic Children. Need we recommend the lecture or the object to the Catholics of Boston?

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A Lesson for Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

A Lesson for Ireland. When there is a lesson to be learned on the subject of emigration it behoves Ireland to be attentive. “A million a decade ”of her children emigrate: most of them come here, and it is fitting that she should know the measures best suited to make her departing children prosperous settlers in their new country. There is a lesson in the folloAving announcement which Ireland will do Avell to take to heart Arrival of Baglish Colonists. On Monday evening, April 14. the adA'ance guard, as we may say, of the English Colonists, so much talked of of late, arrived in St. Paul, Minn. The present group numbers 76—including women; 200 more are expected in June, and the remainder will continue to arrive monthly thereafter. The colony hopes to number 1000 strongnext fall. They are principally from Somersetshire aud Devonshire, hut representing in fact almost every county in England, who lurae, through their agents, engaged a number of townships, embracing an area of 24 miles by...

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The Month of May. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

The Month of May. We direct our readers’attention to the beautiful lecture of Father Burke, on our 6th page. In every Catholic household in the land this lecture should be read aloud, as the best spiritual food for young and old.

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Catholicity and Civil Government. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Catholicity and Civil Government. We cut from a leader in a Unitarian paper the following words, foolish enough to Catholic apprehension, hut worth comment for the benefit of our many non-Ca-tholic readers : There is an irrepressible conflict between tlie rights of civil government and Papal pretentions. Only the weakness of the Roman Catholic Church in this country prevents it from* undertaking a struggle for ascendency in tVe United States. It claims the highest all its subjects in every nation. 4 Suppose some liberal writer put himself to the trouble to specify one single right of the civil governments of our free and happy land with which Papal pretensions conflict. This would he practical, and we pledge The Pilot to meet the issue squarely. Catholics are too proud of their Church to deny a single one of her claims, or to evade any just inferences resulting from them. The only struggle for ascendency possible for the Catholic Church, or at all agreeable to her, is of a purely sp...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Boston and Vicinity. The number of deaths in Boston during the week, ending April, was 153—17 males and 76 females; by consumption 22, other lung diseases 16, fevers 22. eerebro-spinal meningitis 16, small-pox 2. Miss Mary Ann Keyes, whose coolness saved so many lives at the Hanover street fire, has been presented with the Humane Society’s silver medal, and a fund is now being raised by subscription to give her a thorough commercial education. Among the generous donations to the Carney Hospital Fair, is an elegant imported lady’s walking-suit, presented to Table No. 8, "by Messrs. Chandler & Cos., Summer street. J. M. Bellkws’s farewell reading will be given in Tremont Temple, April 30. So earnest a desire to hear him once more in Boston has been manifested, that be has decided to favor us with another of his rare literary treats before taking bis departure for Europe. The programme will be entirely uew. Mr. H. Blakeney, Caterer and Confectioner, 443 Broadway, South Bost...

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Home for Destitute C. Children. Another Convention. The Debt to be Paid on June 17. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Home for Destitute C. Children. Another Convention. The Debt to be Paid on June 17. At eleven o’clock on Thursday, the 17th of April, the convention reassembled in the Home for Destitute Children, Boston, and was called to order by the Right Rev. Bishop Williams. There was a large attendance of pastors and delegates. The following clergymen were present Revs. James Fitton, East Boston. W. A. Blenkinsop, South Boston. R. W. Brady, S. J.. Boston. James A. Healy, Boston. Sherwood Healy, Boston. Peter Crudden,' Lowell. P. Strain, Lynn James McGlew, Chelsea. Thomas Gleeson. Malden. Bernard Flood, Waltham. D. O’Callaghan, South Boston. A. Molinari. Brookline. J. Delahunty, Marlboro’. R. Cummins, Haverhill. Thomas Barry, Rockport. John J. Gray, Salem. James Murphy, South Lawrence. A. Rossi, SaxouviJle. P. J. Rogers. Brighton. M. F. Higgins, Salem. A.M. Freltag.C.SS.R., Boston Highlands. J. Brennan. Dedham. John Flattely, Canton. P. Ronau. Dorchester. F. Friguglietti, Quincy. Thomas Scully,...

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OUR NEW YOKE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

OUR NEW YOKE LETTER. New York, April 22, 1873. A Thrill of Joy Was felt by the children of the church in this city, when it was announced from Rome, through the press, that the Holy Father was much better in health than was at first believed. The age of the venerable Pontiff and the complication of events *in Europe were enough to make any person uneasy. Moreover, false reports of the death of Pius IX. reached us. One from Berlin did not receive credit, because, I suppose, it came from Berlin whence so much persecution has issued of late. Another, from Canada, met similar distrust, and it is improbable that any will now he believed unless it comes direct from Rome. The people who think that everything pertaining to ‘ ‘ Popery ” must hai e a veil of mystery around it, as thick as the palpable darkness of Egypt, shook theii heads, and said the Pope was dead; hut that the conclave of cardinals would not announce the fact until his successor was installed in the sacred office. Their fai...

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Catholic Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Catholic Intelligence, Condensed lor The Pilot. Lowell .—The Rev. Canon Walsh, of 1 ortsmouth, N. H., delivered a beautiful and most entertaining lecture Sunday evening, the 20th inst., in Lowell, on the opening night of the Grand Fair for the new church of the Oblates. His subject “Rome, its Churches, and the Popes ’’ was handled with wonderful skill, and he kept his large audience completely in hand from the beginning to the end. The Rev. gentleman has a wonderful power over a Catholic audience, and he should, be heard from oftcner in the lecture field. Such a wealth of memories of the grand old city, given without notes and in strictly conversational style, has rarely come from one man’s lips. The Fair opens well and is sure to be successful. We hope to record a greater success even than these good priests ever met with before. The Catholic Benevolent Society of North Bridgewater, Mass., numbering 120, went to Holy Communion in a body, with regalia, on Sunday, April 20. This is a...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Our Chromo. % fw. BOSTON, MAY 3, 1873. We have completed our great task of sending off the Chromo to our regular subscribers—those who have paid $2.20 (for clubs), and those who have paid $2.70 (for single subscribers). In the future, all new subscribers will receive the Chromo with their first paper. There will be no more delay in mailing. Any of our regular subscribers who have not received the Chromo will please write us at once. There was some delay in forwarding the Chromo, which we could not possibly avoid. All is now right. eop :sthp

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. 'the following sums have been received since our last: A Friend, Germantown, Wis $1 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are sa'id in the Chapel of the Home lor all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven 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.

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Proceeds of the Late Fair [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Proceeds of the Late Fair Kelt! in Wants’ Hall, for the Enlarging of tlie Schools of the Sisters of Aotrc Dame, SS. Deter and Paul’s Parish, Bro&ilway, South Boston. Table No. 1. .Young Ladies’ ModalityMiss If. Murphy, N. Murphy, and IL Coghlin $ 55 S 00 Table No. 2. Pupils of the First School— Mrs. Fitzgerald and McKenna 2,000 00 Table No. 3. Married Ladies’ Sodality— Mrs. Wilson,Flynn,andMcDevftt. 1,002 00 Tabic No. 4. Miss Higgins 1,200 00 Table No. 5. Independent Table —Mrs. Moore and Conway 675 00 Table No. 6. Young Ladies’Sodalitv— Miss M. A. Murphy, M. Keleher, K. Cummings 647 00 Table No. 7. Young Ladies’ SodalityMiss Maggie O'Connor and A.Silvey 431 00 Table No. 8. Mrs. Finnegan 2,500 10 Table No. 9. Junior School Children— Mrs. Curtin and Mrs. Hayes 2,225 00 TablcNo. 10. KefreshmentTable—Mrs. Burke 202 00 Children of the Schools—Gate of Heaven 500 00 Season tickets and door 245 03 Total $12,275 18 F.xpeuses 648 24 Net proceeds $11,026 94 The Fair now going forw...

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Notes of the Week, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Notes of the Week, The death of father Seehan at Hinsdale, R. 1., recently, is reported to have been caused by poison inhaled from the paper of his room, which was tinted with Paris green. His physician, Dr. J. f. A. Adams, of Pittsfield, endeavored to secure a postmortem examination, but was opposed by the friends. The news of the total destruction of San Salvavor City, by an earthquake, is confirmed by later reports. It is estimated that 500 persons were killed or wounded, and $12,003,000 worth of property destroyed. A letter brought bytheAspinwall steamer says that not more than 50 persons were killed, und that the loss in property is $5,000,000. , Alderman Kelly, of Kochester, visited Newark lastjweek, and proposed to the relatives to take charge of and educate little John Hanley, the boy survivor of the Atlantic wreck. The sisters had had the proposition, together with that from the White Star Company, under consideration for some days, and finally decided to retain the child a...

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THE ATLANTIC. THE INQUIRY ENDED. Full Text of the Decision of the Court of Inquiry. THE WHOLE STORY TOLD AGAIN Sharp Criticism of the Ship’s Officers and Management. Full Retails of the Result of he Investigation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

THE ATLANTIC. THE INQUIRY ENDED. Full Text of the Decision of the Court of Inquiry. THE WHOLE STORY TOLD AGAIN Sharp Criticism of the Ship’s Officers and Management. Full Retails of the Result of he Investigation. The official court of inquiry touching the wreck of the Atlantic was resumed in Halifax, on the 18th of April, when Collector McDonald delivered the following judgment Introduction— —The Testimony, etc. The wreck of steamship Atlantic and loss of life unhappily attending it, into the causes of which this court has been inquiring, has been one of the most frightful marine disasters of this century. A magnificent ship, one of the finest ever built, with nearly 1000 souls and valuable cargo on board, was run at full speed upon the rocks of our coast, and in a few minutes became a total wreck, and more than five hundred souls ushered into eternity. The object of this inquiry lias been to ascertain, if possible, whether this disaster, so ap-' palling in its consequences, was on...

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