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Another Terrible Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Another Terrible Disaster. The steamboat train from Stonington for Boston, Saturday morning, April 19, broke through a bridge over Meadow Brook near Richmond Switch, four miles from Westerly, R. 1., and was terribly wrecked. The ears caught lire, and all but two were consumed. The number of passengers on the train was about one hundred and thirty, of whom seven are known to be killed and about twenty wounded—three fatally. The cause of the accident was the breaking of a dam, the rush of water carrying away the abutments of the bridge. When the train reached the opening, going at the rate of forty miles an hour, the engine leaped out into the dark space, and struck the opposite bank, a' distance of 15 feet. The cars were piled on each other in the river. The stoves and lamps overturned, and the broken timbers blazed up, burning several passengers to death. So far as known, the dead number seven and the wounded thirty-two. Most of the wounded who were taken to Providence were seriousl...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Auotlier Apostate Recants. The Sicilia Cattolica of Palermo, No. ol March 2 current, published the retraction ot another apostate priest who, touched by Divine grace, has lately sought and gained readmittance into the true sheepiold, Father Vincenzo Caprera, a native of Caltanisetta (Sicily), an ex-Jesuit, a friend and protege of ex-Pere Ilyacinthe, and Secretary of the soi-disant committee of “Old Catholics” of Rome. lie was likewise a contributor to the columns of the Esperance tie Rome, organ of that party, which has now ceased its issue from want of support. During the months of July and August, 1872, the semi-official Liberta published a series of letters over the signature of Father Caprera, directed principally againt the Society of which the latter had been a member. He then sought to obtain a support as Professor of Languages, in which he was an adept; failing in this, he accepted a position in the Ministry of Public Works. The Sicilia Cattolica, ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

WENDELL rn il - LIPS will Eop 1 y to tlie ENGLISH HISTORIAN, FIiOUDE, —AT THETREMONT TEMPLE* Tuesday Eve’g, April 29, AT EIGHT O’CLOCK, —FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE— Home for Destitute 11. C. Children. Tickets of Admission ... 50 cts. Reserved Seats 75 For sale at the door and at the Catholic Bookstores. Master J. Frank Donalioe will preside at the Organ. iny3:s

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

MARRIAGE, MASSACHUSETTS. Redicax—Burtox— ln Boston, April 16, by the Rev. James A. Healy, Mr. P. P. Redican, of Worcester, to Miss Mary E., daughter of Mr. Geo. Burton, of Boston. DEATHS. Notices like the following' are inserted for 25 cents. MASSACIMJSI Clare— ln Tyler street. Bo len, wife of John Clare, and da and Nora Duffy. King’s county Dublin papers please copy. Cakbrey—At Northboro’, Carbrev. son of the late Jamef ton, aged 30 years. SEW II AM PS I Lixedan—ln Fisherville. A 5 years, daughter of .John C. one of those sweet little ange to take early to Himself. MEW YOUK c: Hoffmax—April 20, Amelia Francis Hoffman, a native oi Limerick, Ireland, in the 33d yi CONXOLLY—ApriI 18. Peter'( of Ballinasloe, county Galway, Riley—April 20, Peter Riley county Cavan, Ireland, aged 85 Dolax—April 19, Peter Dola Cavan, Ireland, aged 56. Hobax—April 17. Thomas 3 Thomas and Ann Eoban. a na county Mayo, Ireland, aged ‘ and 22 days. Wiielax— April 18. Michael of the parish of Belloran, co land,...

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

Use the Eureka Button Hole Twist and Eureka Machine Twist. They are the t>est. Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are inserted for S3. MASSACHUSETTS. At a special meeting of the Roxburv Independent Hibernians, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adoptedlt has pleased Almighty God, in His wisdom and goodness, to remove from our midst our beloved brother, William Mahoney and as we, the members of tlie Roxbury Independent Hibernians, do cheerfully submit to God’s holy will, we cannot but mourn the loss of bim who was a faithful member of the Society: therefore, be it Resolved , That in the death of brother Mahoney this Society has lost one of its most useful members, and the community an upright Christian and citizen. Resolved , That we tender our heartfelt sorrow to his afflicted widow and children, and hope that God, who promises to be a father to the widow and orphans, will enable them to bear their afflictions patiently. Resolved, T...

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FRBURKE'S SERMONS. THE MONTH OF MARY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

FRBURKE'S SERMONS. THE MONTH OF MARY. [The opening sermon ol a course for the month Of Mary, delivered iu the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, New York], We are commencing this evening tlic devotions to the Blessed Virgin, to which the Church invites all her children dining the month ol May. The faithful at ull seasons invoke the mercy of God through the intercession of the Blessed t lrgin Mother. But more especially during this sweet month, the opening of the bcautilul year, does our Holy Mother invite our devout thoughts aud prayer to the mother of God, and put before us the Blessed Virgin’s claims and titles to our veneration and love. Guided by this Catholic instinct andbpirit we arc assembled here this evening, my dear brethren, and it is my pleasing duty to endeavor to unfold before your eyes the bigli designs of God which wore matured and carried out in Mary. And first of all I have to remark to you, us I have done more than once before—that in every work o' God wo find reflecte...

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Official Impertinence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Official Impertinence. The Catholic World calls attention to an abuse which ought long since to have been stopped. The documents of the State Department sent to Congress with the President’s message show that several of our Ministers in foreign countries, forgetting that they represent a Government'which lias no State Church and ought not to have any sectarian bias, assume in their official capacity a sectarian character, and in their public acts and depatches openly attack one form of Christianity and favor another. Sir. F. F. Low, for instance, Minister in China, advises the State Department to reject an amendment proposed in the treaty with China, for the reason that, in Id's opinion, this amendment would tend to facilitate the operations of Roman Catholic missionaries. In the same way Mr. G. F. Seward, our Consul-General in China, sends home in a despatch an elaborate argument against the Roman Catholic Church: and Mr. Thomas 11. Nelson writes from Mexico, reporting the spread o...

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

Notes of the Week. i'as been incorporated in I ortland, Oregon, for the purpose of manufacturing railroad and bar iron. Fires were reported on the morning of the 18th at Granville, N. Y., loss $15,900; at Duluth, Minn., loss $15,0C0; and at Plainfield, 111., loss $lO,OOO. The shipwreck of the Atlantic, and the 1 lossot 500 lives, filled the worid with horror; and yet the eartlicpiake at San Salvador, taking SOO lives, lias made a small impression on the public mind. Much anxiety is felt in Russia regarding tlie destruction of forests, which proceeds very rapidly, and threatens to deprive the country of one of the most valuable of its export products, wood for building purposes. Thieves burglariously entered the Roman Catholic Church of St. Mary the Virgin, iu West Forty-fifth st.. New York, lately, and stripped the marble altar of its costly decorations. They also broke open the c:oor of the altar while searching for the churnb silver, which, however, was not kept in the edifice. Th...

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A Heroine. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

A Heroine. A young girl named Lottie Dougherty recently died at .Millville, X. J from the effects of a wound sustained by her during a successful effort to save the lives of nearly a thousand people. In August last, according to the Millville) Republican, the deceased, while occupying the post 01 telegraph operator at Kr.gle Station, on the line Of the Pennsylvania Central Railroad was placed in a position of responsibility I which might have proved too much for most men. During a fearful thunderstorm, an immense tree was struck by lightning and thrown across the railroad track. Almost at the same moment, tue telegraph apparatus was disabled. Finding it im - posssibleto send a message to warn the approaching train of danger, the brave girl seized a led lamp, and ran up the line swinging it above ner head. The engineer saw the signal in time to avoid a tearful disaster. The engine ran against the tree, however, witli sufficient torce to disconnect a heavy branch, which struck the gir...

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Snakes and Snake Poison. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Snakes and Snake Poison. About twenty years ago, tbe keeper of I the reptiles at the London Zoological Gardens took the Indian cobra from its cage I one day and twisted it round his waist; he then took hold of it near the head with one hand, nnd, with the other lowei'down he held it up in front of his face. The brute i drew back its head, distended its hood lashed out, and struck the poor fellow on the side of the nose. Within forty minutes after the accident the patient was at the , University College Hospital, and in the j charge of Mr. Quain. “lie could not I speak, had difficulty in standing, and was , unable to swallow.' Artificial respiration was resorted to for fifty minutes, and subsequently galvanism;* but stupor rapidly j followed upon faintness, paralysis ol the . ! extremities set in. and the patient died in ! a comatose state fib y five minutes after ad- J mission.” So run Mr. Quain’s notes, with i : all their terrible brevity. The eminent J ! surgeon simply records the...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Temperance. An clectipn of officers of the Men’s Catholic Temperance Society, of Elgin, 111., on Sunday, April 13, resulted in the election of J. Ryan, President; D. Galinn, VicePresident; D. .Nolan, Secretary, and B. Lynn, Treasurer. The second general convention of the , Catholic Total Abstinence Union, of lowa, will be hold in St. Mary’s Church, corner of Fourth street and Sixth avenue, in the city of Clinton, Clinton county, lowa, on Wednesday. April 23. The temperance movement is making good progress in Seneca Palls, X. Y. There are two societies, the Father Mathew 1 and the St. Patrick’s, each of which has between seventy and eighty members, the former comprising the old and middle aged men, and the latter chieliy the young element. The Glencoe (Minn.) Register says: “ Bishop Ciace and the priests of the Roman Catholic Church in Minnesota are doing a grand work in pushing forward the cause ; of temperance among their people. Dur- ! tog the last lew months the Father Mathew Soc...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions hi advance. we select the following:— Tlic Pilot In Sew Lexington, Ohio. New Lexington, Ohio. March, 1873. Mu. DoNAnoE—Dear Sir:—Enclosed please find I’. O. Order for $l3. Please send eleven copies of your valuable journal with that excellent Chromo. fours, H. McTeaguk. In Flskdale, Mass. , • Fiskdale, Mass., April, 1873. Dear Sin:—Enclosed And Sis.2o. for a club of 21 subscribers for Pii.ot and Chronios for the ecu:in-year. Al. O'Day. In Miscouehe, P. E. I. Misconeiie, P. E. Island, MarchB,lB73. Patrick Donaiioe, Esq.—Dear Sir —Enclosed you will And the amount of my subscription to The Pii.ot. aud I shall be happy to receive at your earliest convenience the Chromo ot the illustrious Apostle of Ireland, the great Doniinicau, Father Burke. Penult me, at the same time, to tender you my slncerest sympathy in vour late afflictions; but 1 trust .with the help of Providence, you will soon recover your...

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Brooklyn, N. Y., Catholic Orphan Asylum. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Brooklyn, N. Y., Catholic Orphan Asylum. o/thnus°n™i annual report of the Roman milV’lsi!pH or^ri an As ,- Vl "’" °* this city has just been K* tl, I*, • r ,. rh f/-s> I am i3 under the control of the 01 , lar ? t . v and Sisters of St. Joseph. The the foUowiug US?- 6 ” 1S in Part ta^Cated by MALE ASYLUM. ol > register,March2s,lS72. 25.0 Admitted during the Year 153 Discharged . 0,. Died..... ;;;;;;;;;;; Present number on register..’.’*!!!".’.!!’.”*.'. 327 female asylum. On register, March 25, 1872 51-2 Admitted during tile year ! 40 Discharged -A Dud...r. ::::::::::::::: e Present number on register.. ! 521 . huancial condition of the Society Is'shown b? the following statement. Upon assuming the duties of their office, the present Board of Mun{ter , a , care ?/ I , i,nd thorough examination 01 the financial condition of the Society, found the lndebtcdness of tlr* Society to be as follows: Mortgage on Male Asjlum (coutraded 1658) ...... $60.000 (JO Note due Lo...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

HOTELS. Jk-2 IRVING HOUSE, Mow, ir«l St., cov. Stoddard St., tVffvjS, (Directly opposite Howard Athemeum), BOSTON. Rooms and Meals by the Day op Week, Foi’ Gentlemen OnlyJOHN T. MOBIABTY, Proprietor. my3:3m THE EUROPEAN HOTEL^ Bolton. Street, Dublin, j- MOL ON Y, Proprietor. 1 B Hie EUROPEAN is extensively patronized by the Irish, British, and American Hierarchy and Clergy. Families and 'tourists will llnd in it thecomforts of a home, combined witn mode rate charges and assiduous attention. Ilot and Coitl Itatlis. my3:2ot Vestments, Church Goods, Etc. The attention of the Reverend Clergy is called to the beautiful assortment of these goods, comprising all our stock in this line, imported lor the Fall Trade, which we succeeded in saving from the fire entire, a3 follows: Chasubles. Fine Gold Cloth, Real Gold Galoons, and Embroidery, in rich and elegant dbsiens, $92.00; 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 16D.00; 175.00 ; 200.00. Gold (loth, Half Fine Galoons and Embroidery, $40.00; 40.00; 43.00; ...

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SENTINEL SOUQS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

SENTINEL SOUQS. BY FATHER RYAN. When sinks the soldier brave, Dead at the feet of wrong. ' L ’he poet sings—and guards his grave W Ith sentinels of song. Go, songs, he gives command, Keep faithful watch and fee; lhe living and dead of the conquered land Have now no guards save you! And ballads! mark ye well, Thrice holy Is your trust, Go out to the fields wli ire warriors fell And sentinel tlieii dust. And the songs In stately rhyme, With softly sounding tread, March forth—to watch to the end of time Reside the silent dead. .And when the foenian's host. And hate hath passed away. Our guard of songs shall keep their post Around our soldier’s clay. A thousand dawns may glow— A thousand days may wane— The deathless songs where the dead lie low. True to the last remain. Yea, true I thev will not yield To tyrants *r to time. Atcveiv grave and on every Add Where men died death sublime. Lone vigils they will keep, Obedient to tlielr bard; And they will watch when we shall sleep— Our last a...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

THE GATHERER. ‘* A Snapper-up of TTnconsidered Trifles.” - To gain time—Steal a watch. True to the last—The shoemaker. A grant to the West—The emi-grant. A first- class life policy—Keep out of debt. An impossible quantity—Too much money. A stirring event —Making hasty pudding. A game every horse plays—A game of draw. Bakers, like bruisers, rather favor light weight. Equestrian burglary “ Breaking in” of horses. Impudence —To ask a lawyer if he ever told a lie. The artist’s adieu to his pictures—You be hanged! The foolish are afraid of others; the wise are afraid of themselves. The fire is discovered by its own light; so is virtue by its own excellence. One’s first business in writing is to say what oue has to say. Every good book takes right hold of that which lies unthouglit of in the soul. Of the hundred good things in this life, ninety-nine are health. A couple of girls under twelve years of age light the street lamps in Des Moines, Va. Poverty has very different appearances; it ...

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Help for Old Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Help for Old Ireland. Tlie Convent of the Holy Cross, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland, the home of Sister Mary Francis Clare, who has spent years tolling for the historical fame of her native land, is deeply in debt, she appeals to her countrymen in America for help. It is for Ireland, for Religion, tor the Starving Poor, of the poorest part of the Old Country. It is to help to feed Hungry Irish Children. 'To Clothe and Shelter Homeless Irish Chlldreu. Those who know, from their own experience, what the poor suffer in Ireland, will not refuse all the assistance they can gRe; those who do 1 ot know may believe my words, no help can be bad here from Fairs or Lotteries; the place is too remote and (lie people are loo poor; we depend upon tlie well-known generosity of the Irish in I America; it has never failed; it will not fall now. j The names of all who give donations, with the amount given, will be published in THE (Boston) I Pilot, and other papers. The sums collected are I lo I), s...

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