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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

BIETHS. April 4. at Wood Park, Upper Lambert Jones, of a son. April 6, at Athy, the -wife ot I of a son, April 2, at Scavillc, Tramore, ert W. Penrose, esq., of a son. At Sanders’ Park, county C Thomas Sanders, esq., of a sou. April 6. at Limerick, the wit Clarke, of a son. AprilG. at Klch Hill, Llmericl tain Howlcy, of a son. April 5, at Drogheda, the wife I of a daughter. March 24, at Londonderry , tl Shannon,of a son, Marcli 31, at Tralee, the wife esq., of a son. marriag: April-7, in Dublin, John Jac late Henry Jackson, esq., Port Jane, daughter of the late Isi Coollnarrig, co. Wicklow. Anril 2. James Waters Griffith April 6, lii Dublin, William William Cranny, aged 60, 6, aged 30. 2, Mrs. Anne Little, Joseph, son of Thomas )J. G Breretou, juu., aged 30. 7, Coyle, aged 10. 8, Mrs. Elizab 80. 18, Mrs. Tully. 10, ltos: Joseph Bonass, aged 19. 10, S. Black. 10, John McCrane, Mary, wife of James O’Mally. John O’Neil, aged 36. 2, John 1 Marlin Keogh. April 3, at Moretown, Kildan the ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

MISSING FR] ji Advertisements under tills 1 three times for $ 1.00. .The in of The Pilot in every city, tov the Amerioant continent, rcndei dium through wliich to make in friends. More than three-fourt tised for are found. Persons wi advertised can send us $l.OO ei with the advertisement written i hie, so that iio mistake may be m Persons in England, Ireland,c part of the world, can have tin tized by remitting us the price a sovereign an advertisement wi seven weeks. There is very litt gold in a letter, if stiched into tween a small piece of card or pi Cantion.— To prevent our friends and others from becon thievish Impostors, we would tising for missing relatives ant may obtain replies from those such), before sending them m< to require of the absent ones to l< by mentioning circumstances li equally well known and fanilll advertising and to the person of ' Is wanted, lly following this swindlers will be prevented fron souating the missing friends, i honest peop...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Of the whereabouts of a relatives of David King, a who was killed Oct. 16, 1872. at rado; a brother of said Ring foreman of an Iron Mine In Ma York State; said Ring was alio acre; went to California In IS. rado; tbenc ■ to Arizona, and Address D. Keese, Del Norte, All papers near Iron Mines p Of Willy Evans, aged left Liverpool, last July, In tl Rights;” when last heard fro Watertown, Mass. Inlormati received by his brother, Patr street, Boston, Mass. Of Nicholas Cavanagi tie Village, R. 1., seven vet heard from was in Great Fa then reported dead; then wei George Armstrong. Ids age height five feet six inches; ligl: sandy whiskers. Infor i ation be received by his wife, Elle Village, River Point P. 0., R. Of Mary Rowan: wh* she was in New York. Inform abouts will be received bv h Rowan, Lafayette, Tippeca'not Of Martin Moloy; In wac. Wls., 15 years ago, and h of since. He will hear of sonr advantage by addressing Jame Lee county, lowa. Of John Roche, who home In Mlddlebury, Addison ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

SaSKcvvard given for anv re tlle Present vrbereaboi Mam'S, a native of Muniuaba / 0n Uugh McManus a mack (maiden name). He en !"'? '’ roth V‘' s to »ear Peterbo in 1547, and for several years lowed the business of a barber « sippl, Ohio, and Missouri River LHs4,wlien he crossed the Plains: to California. In 1866 he wrot< ance of his in St. Louis. Mo. («J Sacramento, statin? that he w with au expedition 1o chastise i •Indians. That was the last nei him. He Is probably iu or near Description—about live feet seve dark auburu hair, hazel colore forty years of age. The abov cheerfully given. Address ills McManus, Cairo, Illinois. See Sacramento Daily L'nion. Of Charles Keenan, a nakill, near Downpatrick, eo. Jersey City, about nveyears ago from was in Omaha Oity; he seven inches in height, of dark about 40 years of age. Info whether deal or alive, will b( afflicted wife. Anna Keenan, cai dan, 98 Pavonia Avenue, Jersey Buffalo papers please copy. Of John J< itzpatkic...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Answers to Correspondents. Wc give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “ Patrick McFarlakd,” Poultney, Rutland Cos. , Yt. —O’Maliony’s translation of Keating’s History of Ireland can be obtained through any prominent book-sell-ing Arm. “ Maurice Lynagh,” Dresden. Muskingum Cos., Ohio. Rev. Joseph Berington died in A. D. 1827. He was the author of the “ Literary History of the Middle Ages; ” also of a work on Abelard and lleloise; and some other publications. “John Qcindelax,” Chatham, Morris Cos., N. J.—St. Thomas a Beckett was murdered on the 29th of December, A. D. 1170, by the minions of Henry 11.. the AngloNorman pseudo-reformer of the “Church and people of Ireland.” “Charles Feeiian,” Memphis, Clark Cos., I ml. —ln A. 1). 1007, Maurice, first Lord High Chancellor of England, was appointed. Stephen Kidell was the first An-glo-Irish Lord High Chancellor of Ireland, lie was in office in A. 1). 1186. Mr. OFlanagan makes only incidental mention of him. (Chancellors of Ireland,...

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Consecration of Rt. Rev. Bishop Corrigan. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Consecration of Rt. Rev. Bishop Corrigan. ffljc |jilot. BOSTON, MAY 10, 1873. 44 Let Ireland in America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to 1 aw .”~Rev. Thomas N. Burke. 0. P. Rt. Rev. Bishop Bayley, assisted by other Prelates, will consecrate the new Bishop of Newark on Sunday, May 4. We shall give full particulars of this imposing ceremony in our next.

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Our Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Our Correspondence. We call our readers’ attention to the correspondence of The Pilot, which, week after week, gives word-pictures of the events occurring in the great centres of the world. There is no other Catholic paper in the United States has so large a stair ef able and reliable correspondents as Tiie Pilot. What they write may he accepted. We do not seek after sensational matters, but desire to lay before our readers a plain, truthful statement of the leading events of each week, in all.parts of the world. This week, we particularly direct attention to our Roman letter, containing an account of the great Jesuit astronomer, Father Secclvi; to our Chicago letter, with its famous chancery case; to our English letter, with its startling account of how London celebrated the death of our Lord; fo our Paris letter, with its gossipy picture of the times;-to our New York letter, with its summary of the week in Gotham. We also direct attention to our translation of Bishop Dupanloup’s s...

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The Eight-Hour Law. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

The Eight-Hour Law. Wo bear a great deal about tbe Eightliour League and tbe Eigbt-bour Law. Tbe men who make tbe loud speeches at meetings of workingmen lay heavy stress on tbe good things to be secured by a general adoption of this law. Tbe A r . Y. Journal of Commerce wonders if tbe trades’ unionists have ever read tbe Eigbt-bour Law, and thinks that when they leave speech-making and resolution-writing and spend a few minutes examining tbe law they champion, they will feel they have taken a leap in tbe dark. Tbe Eight-hour Law leaves them just where they were, which is shown by this all-important section of the statute, passed April 26, IS7O: On and after the passage of tfiis act,eight hours shall constitute a legal day's work for ail classes of mechanics, workingmen and laborers, excepting those engaged in farm and domestic labor; but Overwork for an extra compensation by agreement between employer and employe is hereby permitted. Tlic Journal of Commerce comments as follows The...

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Workman and Employer. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Workman and Employer. In Cincinnati, a few days since,” says a report, “ a slioemakcr, named Michael Reardon, was going home from his work, when several men set upon him. He was held by some of them, while others kicked him fearfully from the knees to the waist. An evening or two later, he was attacked and kicked again, by the same parties. The man was terribly bruised; but, next morning, he worked his way to the factory, although he must have suffered excruciating pain. In the evening he crawled home, and at two o’glock, next morning he was dead. A post mortem examination showed a purple mass of bruised flesh, in a state of gangrene. The murdered man gave information before he died, which led to the arrest of two Crispins, named James Grace and Patrick Morrissey. Grace is held on a charge of murder in the second degree.” The offence of this poor man was that he kept at work when the Crispins were on strike. In the same city, it appears, there is a new organization, called the “ Emp...

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Indulgences. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Indulgences. The following indulgences our llolv Father Tope Pius IX. has most kindly granted to all the faithful of either sex, who, on the .appointed days, shall practice the abstinence hereinafter described. They were granted by our Holy Father the Pope at the request of the Rev. Theodore A. Metcalf, of Boston, who was at the time Vice-Rector of the American College in Rome. The Holy Father signed the documents with his own hand, and expressed his hearty approval of the devotion which would sanctify the Total Abstinence now practiced by many from motives merely human; and would obtain for others the grace of abstaining at will for one day or two days from intoxicating drinks. To those who have this control of their appetite, strong drink would be of little danger:— • 1. An Indulgence of one hundred days to he gained once a week by those who, except at meals, shall abstain from any drink, especially inloxicaling. on any Friday of the year, In honor of our Lord’s thirst upon the Cr...

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An Interesting City. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

An Interesting City. In n certain city of New England, twentylive years ago, there were about 400 humble people, workers in the hardest walks ol life, who worshipped God in a way diflerent Irom the remainder of the population. The people amongst whom they lived were mainly intelligent, and laid claim to great liberality; and yet they contemned, indeed almost hated, these humble folk because they did not and would not give up their own way of worship. These 400 people were not, though they might have been, a united body. They were mostly of one nationality, but they were strange to organization. They possessed no common property, nor had they any common cause of unity other than their religion to lead them into united action. This cause was powerless then, lor there was no priest, no spiritual guide, to move and direct them. Twenty-live years ago, in July, 184S, a a Catholic priest—for they were Catholics —was sent to their city to take pastoral charge of them. He was of their own na...

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Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Carney Hospital Fair. The Carney Hospital Fair is continued in the St. James Theatre, Washington street, Boston, which is beautifully fitted up and decorated. Thousands throng the hall nightly, and we hope the result of the fair wiil make light the hearts of the good and h- ardworking Sisters of Charity. It is the duty of every Catholic to assist iu the good worlc, When the debt on the Carney Hospital is paid, we shall possess one of the finest institutions in Boston.

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The Homes of the Poor. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

The Homes of the Poor. With all our boasting of modem civilization, the fact still stares us in the face, that the mortality of the poor in our large cities is as great now as it was fifty or one hundred years ago. The aggregation of large numbers of people tends to spread disease, even when the best-known sanitary laws are in force; so that the poor who prefer a city life, with its many ways of trade and social enjoyment, must also be willing to risk the penalty attached to it. There is no longer any need of denying the fact that homes of the poorer classes in all our large cities are a disgrace to our country and the boasted philanthropy of the age. Let an3 r of our readers, if they have not done so before, visit the abodes of the poor in New York, Boston, or any other large city, and they will be thoroughly convinced of the fact. Not even London, Dublin, or any large European city, can show more wretched, broken-down, rieketty, illventilated tenements, than the great hives of Ame...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Rev. Father Guetry has been appointed Superior of the Sisters of Charity in the United States, to succeed the late Francis Burlando. He will reside permanently in Emmittsburg, Frederick County, Md. There are 80,000 Catholics in Shanghai, which is the centre of Catholicity in China. The Catholics of Willimantic, C.onn.. are building a Gothic church at a cost of $60,000. ’ The Propagateur announces that a church has been secured for the Italians in New Orleans A magnificent oriel window has been Putm the Fort Wayne Cathedral. It cost The Catholics of Chicopee, Mass., have removed their boys from the public school - and sent them to the convent schools. The Catholics of McComb City, Miss., have one of the finest little churches upon the whoie line of the Jackson Railroad.” On the ‘2sth of March, Miss Kate Danlevy, in religion Sister Mary, was received into the Order of the Sister of St. Joseph Pittsburgh. In Galveston, Texas, April 13, Bishop Dubuis ordained Mess...

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The Modoc Fight. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

The Modoc Fight. The following is a list of the killed and wounded in the Modoc fight Killed.— Charles Johnson, Troop K, Ist Cavalry, shot through the head; Butler W. Searles, Troop F, Ist Cavalry, shot through the head; Corporal Dean, Company F, T2th Infantry, shot through the head; Private Harmon, Battery E, 4th Artillery, shot dead on the field, and scalped. Wounded.— Lieut. Egan, CompanyF, 12th Infantry, flesh wound in the left leg; Corporal Dennis Delaney; Battery K, Ith Artillery, left leg slightly; Thomas Bernard, Troop K, Ist Cavalry, left shoulder broken; E. O’Connor, Battery M, 4th Artillerv, flesh wound in the leg; Corporal Kelbeck, Battery K, 4tli Artillery, scalp wound; Private O’Dooley, Battery IC, 4th Artillery, shot in the forearm; Sergeant Seeley, Company G, 12th Infantry, legbroken; Private F. McManus,}Battery E, 4th Artillery, severe wound in the thigh; SergeantH. G. Hade, mortally wounded; Martin Connor, Company G, 12th Infantry, flesh wound in the leg; Private J...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Two Cunard steamships will sail every week for the next two months. The small-pox hospital at Cambridge is closed, and there is not a case of smallpox in the city. Workmen are already preparing the ground for the new Catholic Church on Harrison avenue, near Kneeland street, .Boston. The exhibition of Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works, in aid of the Carney Hospital, at Tremont Temple, on Tuesday, 22d ult., netted over $5OO lor the hospital. The whole number of deaths in Boston for the week ending April 26, 'was 137, of which Go were males and 72 females. By consumption, 24; other lung diseases, 16; cerebro-spinal meningitis,l4; small pox,3. One of the Sergeants of Cos. C, Ninth Regiment, having preferred formal charges of ‘ ‘ conduct unbecoming an officer and a gentleman,” against Captain Weston, of Cos. 11, Ninth Regiment, a Board of Inqulry lias been ordered to investigate the matter. The Board consists of Lieutenant-Colonel Strachan, Major Logan, and Captain Colgan, of ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Personal. Gen. O’Neill, the Canadian raider, finds East St. Louis congenial to his tastes, and resides there. General Grant has lately appointed. Thomas Nast, of Harper’s Weekly , to representthe United States at that Viennese Exposition. It is stated that a statue of General Joseph Warren will be erected in Charlestown, Mass., when the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Bunker Hill is celebrated in. 1875. A Western paper says, Wirt Sykes, the husband of Olive Logan, was once a poor printer boy, but by genius, industry and tact he became the husband of a woman who can earn $2OO a night lecturing. The Provost of Salford, England, tho Very Rev. Robert Croskell, V. G., has been appointed Domestic Prelate to his Holiness the Pope, and is now, therefore, the Right Rev. Mgr. Croskell. The great cathedral now being erected in Cincinnati, is under the supervision of Mr. P. Keeley, who has contracts on hand for thirty-one churches, which he has planned and will supervise this year. The Premi...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Communications Received. ‘ • An Episode in the Life of Miss Peggy Snead.”—This is a long poem, fair in conception, but totally unmetrical in execution. “ W. H. Wiiitwell” 'warns our readers not to seek a settlement in Oregon, in or near the Willamette Valley. He says it is a bad place fora poor man, and his own case is nis proof. Ouit Poetic Coxtbibtjtions.—These are so numerous of late, that we canr.ot answer them individually, as formerly. Those that are accepted, will appear in their turn; those that do not appear have gone to the basket. other Communications.—We have received many communications too long to be used, and of not sufficient general interest to pay for the trouble of cutting down. We have nothing else for it but to put them in the basket. If our friends will only write briefly, stating facts only, their letters will appear in The Pilot. “ On Shipwrecks.”—John Grady writes to us hi3 idea of improving the discipline of emigrant steamers, and thereby preventing loss of...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Our Chromo. (The frfd BOSTON, MAY 10, 1873. Persons forming clubs should show the chromo. Those who see it will subscribe. We request nil to be particular in sending ’be postage beforehand. AGENTS WANTED. Men and women of intelligence and business# habits can make good wages in canvassing for IHE Pilot. They must come well recommended bv their parish priest. S UB6CRIBKKB can commence at any tune, and by taking the paper for one year will get the Chromo. , , . NEW YOKK.—Agents wanted to cam ass for Tun Pilot and our Chromo of lather Burke. PHILADELPHIA.— Agents wanted to canvass for The Pilot and distribute our Cbromo. BALTIMORE.— Agents wanted to canvass for The Pilot and the Chromo. Iu all tlie Large titles and Towns Throughout the Country Agents are wanted to canvass for Tim Pilot and distribute our Chromo. From $5 to $lO a day can be made by active and energetic persons. Canvassers will be furnished with copies of the Chromo free of expense. Address —Tim Pilot Office, Boston, Mas...

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