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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES Fall ltiver, Mass.—l. P. POPE. lißwrence, Mass.-M. RINN. W v Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. >- -e , H. I.— A MA--111 VVSinoa S. COLLINS, W Mathewson street. •' (ity.-'J'IJE AMERICAN NEWS CO. ,121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, A. V.-M. NEVTN. Trov Us v A v HUGHES,692Broadway 05w.%0 ' *v' ■ A'JXS&IFX ’ !8 - River str, et. ij* ' •—GEORGE 11. IIF.ES K, ‘:,d K ACK,,S ' ™ «■*•»•'«•> ■ Baltimore, MeI.—H.TAYLOR Sun Imuiwin, CIe EVANS I i cor I '- Cincinnati. 0.-TIIE CINCINNATI NEWS i o J.I*.WALSII; J.KICIIARDs;.LR if vw l Vy Chicago, 111.—WESTERN MOV.S CO ' Y ‘ St. Fouls, Mo.—PATRICK COX; ST lor is KOOK A NEWS CO. «-ocis Fouisville,Ky.—A.GUNTEß:< .T.DEARING Ste™ o"'** 0 "'** ; ™ «•' Detroit,Mlch.-J.A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD St. John, ]\ T . B.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY• P McCOURT. Halifax, IV. S.—THOMAS O’CONNER. Clifton, C. W.-TUNIS & CO. Toronto, C. W.—PATRICK DOYLEJ

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF “HESTER'S HISTORY.” CHAPTER XVIII. the last trouble. The rain ceased early next morning, and the day proved as lovely a dav as ever midsummer brought to the world. As May walked down the garden the roses that brushed her gown were all fresh and laden with dew. Birds were singing blithely, the sun shining goldenly, the world was beautiful and seemed to call on human nature to rejoice; yet the shallow of a great crime was lying upon it, and the black charred trees away to westward were the witnesses that bore testimony to its reality. May was going to the inquest. Could it be that God had willed that slie should never more be glad while she lived in this beautiful world. This was a wicked and horrible fear that arose in her mind as she breathed the happy air, and felt her youth leaping within her; but she banished it on the instant. Aunt Martha could not understand why May should wa...

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A Talented American Girl. She Wins the “Solus” Medal in a Roman Convent. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

A Talented American Girl. She Wins the “Solus” Medal in a Roman Convent. The Convent of (he Sacred Heart at Horae has under its control the most refined school in Europe for the education of ladies. Many eminent women in the Eastern and Western Continents 'imbibed their culture and grace within the old gray walls of Le Sacre Cocur, where ever gladsome and zealous r little French nuns assume the important duties of the great professors of St. Sulpice, Louvain, and the Sapienza. The famous novelist, Georges Sand, regularly communicates with those bright-faced and witty sisters, who seem to have completely fascinated the heart of the areat writer. During the distribution of premiums at the Convent of the Sacred Heart on Saturday, March 8, Ellen Mary Coulton, the daughter of a gentleman in one of our Southern States, took the “ solus ” medal in each of her classes, a success which entitled her to the gold medal of the convent. The gold medal is only won by those whose proficiency so tra...

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An Instructive Comparison. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

An Instructive Comparison. The Canada Casket has the following: So much has becu said in regard to intemperance and crime, as a necessary connection between cause and effect, that the public is becoming thoroughly awakened in regard to this subject. A more striking evidence of this connection lias not been presented to us than the jail statistics of the town of Lindsay. In 1808, the great Temperance movement among the Roman Catholics in that vicinity began, under the leadership of Father Stafford, and it has spread so that now there is little drinking there among the members of that church. Now see what connection this has with the criminal statistics of the place. A short time since while there the Jailer showed us his books, containing statistics for some vears past, and from them we found that during the last four months of the total number of 18 prisoner.' committed, but one was a Roman Catholic, and he was put down as a non-resident — 4 4 a tramp.” In 1865, previous to the Temp...

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Statistics of the Globe. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Statistics of the Globe. There lire on the globe 1,288,000,000 souls, of which 360,000,000 are of the Caucasian race, 652,000.000 are of the Mongol race, 190,000.000 are of the Ethiopian race, 176,000,000 are of the Malay race, and 1,000,000 are of the lu-do-Amorican race. There are 3042 languages spoken, and 1000 different religions. The yearly mortality of tlio globe is 33,333,332 persons. This is at the rate of 91,554 per day, 3730 per hour. 62 per minute. So each pulsation of the heart marks the decease of some human creature. The average of human life is 33 years. One-fourth of the population dies at or before the age of seven years; oue-lialf at or before seventeen years. Among 10,000 persons one arrives at the age of 100 years; one i l 500 attains the ago of 90, and one in 100 lives to the age of 60. Married men live longer than single ones. Tn 1000 persons 95 marry, and more marriages occur in June and December than in any other month of the year. One-eighth of the whole pop...

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THE SCEPTIC’S BREAM. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE SCEPTIC’S BREAM. (The following very remarkable notice of a conversion h taken from the second edition of Rev. Father Mullooly’s book, ‘ ‘ Saint Clement, Pope and Martyr, and his Basilica in Rome The substance of the matter herein stated, is, I believe, the relation of the truth; the influence upon the mind of the writer is most natural. The learned Dominican, Father Mullooly, prefixes the following notice to this contribution: “ An anonymous friend has sent us the following lines which, presuming on the writer's permission, we insert in this place). It was the Festival of St. Clement. I was at Rome, and wandering with a friend among the stately ruins of the Colosseum. The gentle autumnal breeze brought to our ears the soimd of distant church bells. ‘*lt is time to go to St. Clement’s,” said myffiend, “are you not coming with me!” “ No, thank you.” I replied, “ the church itself is interesting, I grant you, from its ancient architecture and frescoes, but as a work of art alone, ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to ,A.i>ril 19. ANTRIM. The Sentence of Mr. McAleese.—A motion was made, April 11. in the Court of Queen’s Bench, to have reviewed the sentence passed by Judge Lawson upon Mr. McAleese of the Ulster Examiner .—Dublin Freeman. New Route to Canada.— On April IS, the Mississippi and Dominion Steamship Company inaugurated the new route from the North of Ireland to Canada. At an early hour. April 9, the steamship Texas arrived in Belfast Lough, from Liverpool, and east anchor in Carrickfergus Roads, and having taken passengers, etc., on board, soon after started lorQuebec.— Dublin Freeman. Another Riot. —The Ulster _ Examiner , speaking of the party feeling still rampant, says that no later than on Sunday evening, April 13, we had an incipient not. Lhe circumstances which led to this affray deserve our deepest consideration. It would seem that ou Saturday last an Orangeman fTcm the Shankhill misconducted himself in Smitlifleld, and serious disturbance ...

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GREAT BRITAIN. Progress of the Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

GREAT BRITAIN. Progress of the Church. 1 he following table shows the state and progres of the Catholic Church in England during the last twenty-one years:— , Increase 18-51. I 1572. between J 1851 -1872. 5 .1 h ® I h g ,| h 1 W ft, o * l O ** ' 3 I S3 £ cc i £ j | * Is P j® tts kq Dioceses. w 3 oI , §i i&>-: Hi" Sr- fat Sh ©? j; £ Ot> : H iopj gD dm oft I 'oft! £j° x Liverpool 16 114,2181 20 J 17,520 4 8,802 Manchester 7 j 6,850 12 j 8,700, 5 Ii 910 Birmingham | 4 j 1.5491 7 | 3,200 3 ! 1,031 Sheffield | 1 , 950 4 ; 2.700 3 * 1,750 Hull i l! G2B 3 118601 2 ! 722 Brighton j 1 I 400 3 1,200 2 800 Heeds I 2 : 1,220: 7 ; 5,400! 5 ! 4,180 Newcastle-on-T. 2 , 1,744 4 , 3,400 j 2 ; i;GS6 Portsmouth * 1 GOll 1 ! 6CI Bradford '. 1 380, 5 1,410 4 ! 1,030 Bristol I G ! 2,2-54 5 3,500 d’cl 1,216 Salford | 1 ! 1,030 4 , 2,750! 3 1,720 Sloke-upou-Tyne 1 3 1,145 * 5 1 2.3-50 ; 2 1,205 Wolverhampton. 4 1,896 G j 2,960 2 i 1,064 Bath., I 3 I 3,270; 2 j 1,200,d’cl 9...

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Guild’s Signal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Guild’s Signal. BY BRET HARTE. Two low whistles, quaint and clear. That was the signal the engineer— That was the signal that Guild, ’tls said, Gave to his wife at Providence, As through the sleeping town, and thence. Out in the night. On to the light, Down past the farms, lying white, he spedl Asa husband’s greeting, scant no doubt, Yet to tlie woman looking out. Watching and waiting, no serenade, Love song or midnight roundelay Said what that whistle seemed to say: “ To my trust true. So love to you I Working or waiting. Good night! ” it said. Brisk young bagmen, tourists flue, Old commuters along the line, Brakfcmen and porters glanced ahead. Smiled as the signal, sharp. Intense, Pierced through the shadows of Providmce—- “ Nothing amiss, Nothing!—it is Only Guild calling his wife,” they said. Summer and Winter, the old refrain Rang o’er the billows of ripening grain, Pierced through the budding boughs o’erhead. Flew down the track when the red leaves burned Like living coals fro...

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Our National Disgraces, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our National Disgraces, Scandals crowd one upon another in wild prolusion nowadays. The Credit Mobilier was not-fairly disposed of before the Fremont bond business became the public talk of Europe, and now the dishonesty and trickery of the Vienna Commissioners is again making American honor and morality the iaughing-stock of the world. \s was to be expected, when a nation, which develops three public frauds of this nature within as many months, sends out a commission to instruct other nations in the excellence of its own system of public education, the special absurdity of such a proceeding strikes some of our transatlantic critics with great force. The Vienna Neue Freie Presse, quoting Minister Jay as its authority, alleges that large sums were paid to the suspended commissioners before leaving America, for various concessions. It is said also that the parties to be complimented by medals and other awards had already managed the matter before the exposition, so that an American me...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

BIETHS. April 9, in Dublin, the wife of Joseph Frederick Lanigan, of a daughtei. IC, the wife of Ansley H. Barker, of a soil. 18, the wife of Peter McCrann, of a son. 18, the wife of C. S. Walsh, esq., of a son. On Easter Sunday, at Ratlimore, co. Kerry, the wife of William Butler, esq., of a sou. April 18, at Newry, the wife of Joseph Thomas Carroll, esq., of a daughter. April 9, at Adare Manor, the Countess of Dunraven, of a daughter. April 18, at Sandyniouut Hotel, the wife of Arthur Etcliiugham, esq., of a son. April, 16, at Drumslianho, the wife of Francis McKeon, esq., of a son. At Athy, county Kildare, the wife of P. Murphy, of a daughter. April 14, the wife of Charles O’Farrell, of Dalyston. co. Galwav, of a daughter. April 13, at Kllliney, the wife of Henry Wlgham, of a son. At Mountrath, the wife of E. E. Brown, of a sou. April 13, at Bandon, co. Cork, the wife of Geo. H. Gardener, esq., of a daughter. At Marlfleld House, Gorey, the wife of Percy Magan, esq., of a daughter...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

House, co, Eimeriek, the wife van, esq., of a son. MAEEIAG April 13, In Dublin, William bead, to Sarah, daughter of Dublin. April 12. at Deiagny, co, of John Holmes, esq.. Rail Mary, daughter of George Da\ Delasrjiy, co. Wicklow. DEATHS Apyil 4, in Dublin. Teresa. Coen. 14, Michael William M Smyth. 11. Bernard Conroy. Ennis. 11. Edward Jones, agei aged 45. 11, Mary Jane Celes rick Ryan, aged 22. 18, I’at Elizabeth Parker, aged 50. 1; tagh, esq., aged 70. 13, Man Broders, aged 21. 17. Thomas' April 12, at Kells. Maria, wilt esq. April 13, at his residence, Wi ard Dowd, esq., aged 59. April 3, at Thurles, William the Rev. John Cahill, C. C.. Lo April 13, at Rathgar, John William and Rachel Paris, avec A])rill2, at Areherslield, Ki Harkin, aged 80. April 8. at his residence, B( Rev. Patrick Malone. P. P. At Sandy mount, Ann Rice, di Andrew Rice, co. Meath, aged 4 At Celbridge. Rev. Robert W

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

MISSING FB. Advertisements tinder this three times for 81*00. The ii of Tim Pilot in even’ city, to the Amerlcant continent, rendt ■ dium through which to make 1 friends. More than three-four tised for are found. Persons w advertised can send us §l.OO l j with the advertisement written : Lie. so that no mistake may be i j Persons In England, Ireland, I part of the world, can have tl tized by remitting us the prict a sovereign an advertisement v seven weeks. There is verv ill gold in a letter, if stiched into tween a small piece of card or i ( aution.—To prevent ou friends and others from beco thievish impostors, we would tismg for missing relatives ai mav obtain replies from tlios such), be.ore sending them n to require of the absent ones to by mentioning circumstances equally well known and fami advertising and to the person of is wanted. By following this swindlers will he prevented fro sonating the missing friends If Nicholas Boylan will communicate with R. it. Daley, ot West str...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

FERMANAGH. Of Thomas Corrigan, a native of the parish of Ennis McSent, county Fermanagh; when last heard from he was in Boston. Information of hun will be received bv his brother, Edward Corrigan, \ ancouver, Clark county. Washington Territory. n ,fi o CARLOW. Of Patrick O’Kourke, a native of Mareley parish of St. Mullins, county Carlow. '■“® lauded in Boston about 2G \ ears ago; he went to Santa j e . New Mexico. If he would send liLad dress to Michael Nerney, No. SO C street, corner of Fourth, South Boston, he will hear or something to his advantage. mvlO San Francisco and other California papers please copy. 11 TVItOAK. Of James, Isabella, and Nancy McCitossix, son and daughters of Robert W. Crossm and Jane HHands, parish of Douougheady, town land of Lcatli, county Tyrone. James, when last lx?ard of, was a farmer, between New i ork and Troy. Isabella was heard of eight years ago, and then resided in New York. Information of them, or their whereabouts, will be received by their yo...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspond- | ente. ‘‘ Martin Gleason,” Charlestown, 1 Washington County, R. I.—Father n, 110 - j don died in 16G2, aged 6G years. "Patrick Jordan,” Bethanv, Brooke Cos., Va.—Major John Andre was hung, as spy, on the 2d of October, 1780. *'JOSF.ni Farrell, Springfield, Clark Cos., Ohio.—General Shields was a MajorGeneral of Volunteers during the Civil War. "John Manton,” Toronto, C. W. —The Anglican Archbishop, W. Xewcombe, of Armagh, died in 1790. “John McGinty,” Forcstville, Hartford Cos.. Conn.—The historian Alan, who wrote of St. Thomas a Bccket, died in 1201. “ John Purcell," Williamsport, Warren Cos., Ind.—Father John Delanunty was a R. C. curate in Innistiogue, Cos. Kilkenny, Ireland, in 18(50. "James Laughran,” Stafford, Genesee Cos., N. Y.—William Pitt, first Earl of Chatham, died May 11, 1778. William Pitt, his second and most distinguished son. Jan. I S3, 1800. "Ktran Ronan,” Moreland, Bourbon j County, Kentucky...

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Caution, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Caution, Pokti.ANO. Me., May 2, 1672. To the Editor of Tlio Pilot. Dear Sir:—We are informed that a gentleman named Hogan, who represents himself as a priest, is soliciting subscriptions in Boston and vicinity, for the er, ction of a Convent in Portland. The ltt. Rev. Bishop of Portland desires us to say, that no persou is authorized bv hint to solicit subscriptions for any such object whatever. Yours respectfully, D. M. Bradley. We learn from the Nebraska Watchman of May 1, that a sanctimonious-looking fellow, who claims to boa Catholic priest of the Syrian Rite, has been victimizing many Catholics in that region, lie gives the name of Rev. John Lewis Sabungi.and begs money for Ids “ impoverished congregation” In Bey rout, Syria. lie spoke familiarly of a few of the Roman Catholic clergymen of Chicago, especially of the Rev. Mr. Barrett, pastor of St. Stephen’s Catholic Church, with whom, be said, ho stopped all winter, and whom lie claimed to be liis intimate and life-long friend....

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OUR MW STORY. By a Distinguished Irish Author. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

OUR MW STORY. By a Distinguished Irish Author. ©JC plot BOSTON, MAY 17, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas N. Rcrke. O. P. In this week’s issue we conclude Miss Mulholland’s beautiful story, “ The Wicked Woods of Tobereevil.” In our next number will appear the first chapters of “ Uncle Silas,” a powerful story from the pen of one of the most distinguished Irish writers of this century, James Sheridan Le Fanu, author of “The House by the Churchyard,” “The Tenants of Malory,” etc., and also known wherever the Irish people are scattered as the author of “ Shamus O’Brien,” one of the most dramatic gnd powerful popular poems in the English language.

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Catholic Schools. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Catholic Schools. 11 is claimed for the Irish that they are amissionary people, that God has allowed them to be driven from their own land in order that His Church should be spread over the whole world. OnlastSt. Patrick’s Day, an English prelate, the lit. Rev. Dr. Vaughan, Bishop of Salford, preached a remarkable sermon In Rome, in which lie showed that this claim for Ireland was a just one. This is a consoling reflection for the Irish people, and the only one that offers a full recompense for their national banishment. But to deserve the name and to bear it with satisfaction, they must do more than passively carry the faith with them to other countries. Their duty as missionaries does not consist in merely leaving Ireland and coming to America; but really commences when they have arrived here. They have the faith themselves, and to be missionaries they must impart it to others, and above all, they must preserve it in the hearts of their children. This last is the first duty of the...

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A Fearless Expression. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

A Fearless Expression. The Catholics of the County of Mower, Minnesota, have earned the thanks and the admiration of their brethren throughout the Union, for a fearless and manly expression of their opinion on certain political matters. We especially recommend their action to the Catholics of New England, and thoso other States where a man’s religion disentitles him to the full rights* ot an American citizen. In Massachusetts, for instance, paupers and criminals are debarred by the authorities from religious help or consolation, if they be Catholics. Massachusetts virtually Bays she prefers criminals to Catholics. Catholics in the prisons are not touched by the teaching or preaching of ; Protestant ministers, however good, whom I \ they are compelled to hear. The only inj fiuence that could convert them is shut out by the authorities. There is no laic to keep I them out: there is no established religion 1 in this country, except what may be established by majorities and injustice. I...

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