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A Question for Farmers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

A Question for Farmers. The indignant movements in the West and Northwest on the part of the farmers against tho ral lroad corporations, is one of great interest and importance. It arises from the extortionate charges of the railroads for carrying the freight produced on the farms. Last year the crop was abundant in the Northwest,- and fanners found that the corn they sold for from 25 to 30 cents a bushel, brought from $1.25 to $1.32 in the Eastern markets. They sought for tho cause and found that the railroads charged so much for carrying the corn that they received more for j handling one bushel than the farmer did j for the labor and time expended on the ! production of three bushels. The farmer received the minimum price for his produce, while the railroads charged the | maximum rates for transporting it to the market. The railroads would make no concessions to the farmers, they would not lower the tariff and divide the difference with them, and hence the present agitation. We a...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
New Music. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

New Music. Oliver Ditson & Cos., Boston, have just issued Brinley Richard's Pianoforte Works: Coco Polka Mazurka; Twilight Bells; Three Pieces for Piano, by A. Jungmann ; The Star of Love; Oh! from my tender Love; The Pilgrim of Love: Lord, whom my inmost soul Adoretk; Drifting into Harbor: Pianist’s Folio; Sociable Galop; Prayer from Moses in Egypt; Stars Trembling o’er Us: Dream of Angels, Little One; Bright Hop a; Sleep on, and Dream of Me; He’s such a bashful Boy. G. D. Russell &Cos., 126 Tremont street, have published —The Litlle Commodore, or the rescued boy of the Atlantic; Pearly Polka; Just try it once for Luck; Poor Little Joe: In the Meadow; Thine Eyes. Church’s Musical Visitor for May contains the usual summary of the principal musical events of the past month, at home and abroad; an interesting musical sketch by the author of ‘ ‘ Postilion rte Lonjumeait,” entitled “ The Tin Violin;” original poems; and much interesting miscellaneous reading matt...

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Something About Halls. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Something About Halls. A movement has been started in Philadelphia for the purpose of building four halls, one in each section of the city, for the accommodation of the Catholic societies. The money is to be raised by shares of s‘2o each; and in token of the earnestness of the movement one hundred and twentyfive shares were subscribed for at the first meeting, and pei - sons promised to take five, ten, fifty, or a hundred shares as soon as the charter was obtained. This is a healthy sign for Philadelphia, and we wish it were evident in every city of the Union. Thero is not one without a crying need, nor is there one which could not remove it by even a slight exertion. We can get lessons from afar off, if we wish to take them. In our last Australian exchanges we find one of the most strikI ing proofs that can be given of the Intel- | ligenceof Irishmen at the Antipodes. The j Melbourne Advocate , of Feb. 8, contains a j page illustration of St. Patrick’s Hall in • that city, which is...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Boston and Vicinity. South Boston is to lmve»a new police station in Ward 12 on Fourth, between K and I streets. Emigrants are systematically swindled on arriving In Now York. There is no such trouble on landing in Boston, a fact it would be well to have ventilated abroad. The whole number of deaths in Boston during the week ending May 3, was 143. By consumption 29. other lung diseases 12, cerebro-spinal meningitis T 2, small- : pox 2. It is proposed to erect a Catholic Church ! at the corner of Brooks and Paris streets, East Boston, within a short time. The land is purchased, and the structure will be built of wood, the dimensions to be ’ 63x125, two stories and a pitch roof. J Avery pleasant incident, and one not i down on the bills, occurred at the Boston Theatre during the late benefit of Da«i Maguinnis. That popular actor was just rei tiring from the stage at the end of the first act, when a superb basket of flowers, costing upward of $5O, the gift of members of the Shawmut Clu...

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Emigrant Savings Bank, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Emigrant Savings Bank, Boston. Money deposited on or before the 21st of this month, will go on interest that day. The bank, we are pleased to inform our readers, is now on a linn basis, and is gaining daily in favor among the people. A semi-annual dividend, at the rate of six percent, per annum, has been declaredpayable on the 21st of May, at the banking rooms, 52 Temple place. The Missions to the colored people oi the United States have not fallen back on account of the difliculties of the work or the loss of zealous workers. It will be readily remembered that the original house was founded in Ilaltimore not many months ago by the Very Rev. Herbert Vaughan, whose promising devotedness has since been transferred to the Bishopric of Salford, England, and the Mission has also lost an effective laborer in the late Father O’Connor. But these have been happily compensated for by the acquisition of Kev. Fathers Tardy'and Vandaal, who have come from Mill Hill College, England, and the nobl...

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FR. BURKE AT ROME. “The Heart of Ireland Stirred.” He Speaks of America. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

FR. BURKE AT ROME. “The Heart of Ireland Stirred.” He Speaks of America. CONNELLAN. From Our Special Roman Correspondent. Rome, Palm Sunday, 1873. With the sad news of the loss of the Atlantic ringing in our ears, and with the keen sense of the dangers and horrors of the ocean brought home to us by such news, we feel inclined to offer a prayer of thanksgiving to Heaven for the preservation of those we have learned to admire and to love. And as I sat near Fr. Burke, to-day, hearing him recount the events of his passage, hearing him tell of the speed of the City of Paris (Inman Line), the ship which I, too, know so well, both in the comfort found on board and the speed she makes, I thought how grateful to Providence Father Burke’s friends, in both hemispheres, will be for his safe arrival. He encountered dirty weather in the Atlantic, yet that did not delay the City of Paris; and, although, she was somewhat behind time, the tardiness was caused by the assistance she bestowed upon anot...

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How to Subdue the Indians. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

How to Subdue the Indians. From the Baltimore Catholic Mirror. The Commissioner of Indian Affairs will do well to consider one or two matters, which evidently have never entered his head. First, to advise Mr. Secretary Delano to desist from sending, or procuring to be sent, such information to the Senate as that furnished a year or two ago by one uev. Spaulding, a former so-called Indian Missionary whose seltish speculations among the Xez Perces and other tribes led to an attempt on his scalp, which would have.been an eminently successful one but for the heroic efforts of Father Brouillet to save it at the risk of his own life. The priest saved the parson, whodulv thanked years later,'informed the Senate of the United that Father Brouilfesponsible for the attack on him, ,nui ’der by the savages of a persons engaged in the Proi Missionary business among the rfpt?«!n2 uliaisB ‘ 11 c Presbyterians and determined to beat the Missionaries in one field if they couldn t do it in another. T...

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Literary Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Literary Criticisms. Brown-son'sQuarteulv Review. Lan series. ♦M? r » ew York: Published by Fr. IY.»uho? C * nl * or England: Patrick DonWe are extremely grateful to Dr. Brownson lor tbe revival of his Review, anti we sincerely hope that it will meet with generous and unfaltering support from the Catholic community. We know no writer of English who wields the pen nioro vigorously than Dr. Brownson, tnd certainly no Catholic writer, in treating of the questions of the day. surpasses him in power of analysis, and in luminous statement of the principles of philosophy and theology by which these questions are to be examined and decided. Ills vigor sometimes betrays him into aboldertonethau worldly prudence would seem to approve; but no intelligent person can read a page of his Reiicw without having his intellectual activity wonderfully stimulated, and without gathering trom his lucid and forcible statement of tbe truth a clearer conception of it than he ever had before. in the present n...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Boston icardof Ticket* for April. lUiet.. McEvoy, Wall; Ist Gram., Gillespie, W. Brownrigg, T. O’Sullivan; 2il Gram.,’ Hart, J. Galligan; 3d Gram., Jas. Fitzgerald. Gallagher; Ist Bud., Eichhorn, Iloynes Jos. Fitzgerald, Hopkins, Mullen, Griffin Furfey, D. Murphy, Doherty; 2d Ilud.’ J. Brownrigg, Stanton,Donnelly,Whalen McDevitt, Gilfeatlier; *2d Math., Hughes Wall, Gillespie, McEvoy, J. Murphy; Mg’ J. Galligan, Hickey, Millerick, D. J. Sullivan; Ist Arith., J. Ilrownrigg; Hopkins Mallon, Ferguson; F. Galligan; 2d Arith,, Doherty, Donnelly, Griffin, Donovan, Furfey, D. Murphy, Breen; 2dFr., Hart. Garceau, Welch, Collins, Callanan. The Countess Teresa Spaur, in whose company, on the 21tli of November 181S His Holiness, Pope Pius the Ninth, fled in disguise from Pome to Gaeta, has died at Vienna.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

llox. James l. Oku, Ambassador of flic united States, died in St. Petersburg, on the night of thcSthinst., of inflammation of the lungs. He had been ill from a cold for some time, but bis death was wholly unexpected.

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

Deaths of Clergymen. mouth’s miu<l of Rev. John B. Purcell, Webster, Mass. Month’s mind of the late Kev. John B. Purcell was celebrated on April 20, in St. Louis’ Church, Webster,'under the care of the deceased’s Kev. uncle. James Quan, the pastor of Webster, who acted as celebrant on the occasion; Kev. William Power acting as deacon, and Rev. Wm. P. McQuaid as subdeacon, and Rev. Edward Me Oort as Master of Ceremonies. The sermon—an able and interesting discourse in which tho many virtues of the deceased were recalled—was preached by bis former superior at the Troy Theological Seminary, Kev. A. Sherwood llealy, Rector of Boston Cathedral. Among the Rev. gentlemen present we noticed Revs. Joseph B. O’Hagan, President of Holy Cross College, Denis C. Moran of Winchendon, Denis Scanned of St. Ann’s, Worcester; John J. Power of St. Paul’s, Worcester. Robert Walsh of Otter River, J. B. T. Boland, of Malden, Crimmins and Sebreton, of Southbridge; Laundry, of Webster, and Thomas...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our Chromo. pilot BOSTON, MAY 17, 1873. T\’e have completed our great task of sending oil’ the Chromo to our regular subscribers—those who have paid (for clubs), and those who have paid s2.<o (for single subscribers). Iu the future, all now subscribers will receive the Chromo with their tlr6t paper. There will be no more delay in mailing. Any of our regular subscribers who have not received the Chromo will please m ritfe us at once. . .. There was some delay In forwarding the Chromo, which we could not possibly avoid. All is now right. eop :stlip 11 rafts payable at every Bank in Ireland for sale as usual at the rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, Temple place, by Patrick Bona hoe. Mission Books, Bosaries, Scapulars, pictures, and everything used at the Missions, for sale at Bonahoe’s bookstore, oGO Washington street. 3t

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PROTEST. The German Catholics of Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

PROTEST. The German Catholics of Boston. The members of the several German Catholic societies of Boston have agreed to the following protest against the persecution of the Churcli in Europe We, the members of the several German Catholic societies represented in the conf rogation of the Holy Trinity Church, on hawmut avenue in 'the city of Boston, State of Massachusetts, in union with our fellow countrymen and brethren in faith from Philadelphia, raise our voices as Catholic citizens of the United States, and members of the only One, Holy and Roman Catholic Church, in the form of a Protest, while we I. J’roiest against fhe persecution of our Holy Church in Italy, and particularly against the robbery of the Patrimony of St. Peter, and the captivity of our Holy Father Pope Pius IX. by the rapacious Government of Victor Emanuel. 11. We do express our sincere sympathy with the sufferings of our Holy Father through the action of said government; also do we lament the persecution of the se...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Personal. Mrs. Yelverton (Lady Avoninoro) is said to he in Africa with the intention of joining Dr. Livingstone. The Hon. Oakes Ames was stricken with paralysis Monday evening, May 5, He is not expected to recover. We regret to learn that Rev. lather Lamb, Pastor of Brookline, Mass., is quite ill at New York. Ho was taken sick on his return home from the South. Lord Robert Montague wants the Pope to he made supreme arbiter of international disputes, as war is useless and bloody, and arbitrations like the last ones do not inspire confidence or respect. MiB3 E. U. Donnelly, with whose contributions to Catholic poetry the readers of The Pi lot have been long familiar, has been solicited to bring her poems out in book form and has consented to do so. Somebody has written a work entitled, “Useful Hints for Ugly Girls,” and the Xew Tori Commercial Advertiser declares that the book has the smallest circulation of any literary production in the United States. Father O’Keefe left Callan on T...

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OUR NEW TORE LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

OUR NEW TORE LETTER. New Yohk, May G, 1873. Xhr Signing of the Charter, By the Governor, has set the politicians here to a number of devices, which merit the name of ingenuity. All sorts of technical objections are raised to the, validity of acts done bytlie City government since. Among them ‘is one which questions the fact of .New York having a mayor at present. The stolid old descendant of the Knickerbockers, Mr. llavcmeyer, who was elected last fall on the republican ticket, and who has since shown decided traces of his old democratic training takes the objections as quietly as his ancestors would a keg of beer and a smoke from a Dutch pipe. He has already made a number of appointments, which, underthe new charter, require confirmation by the Board of Aldermen before they become binding. The Aldermen were mightily disgusted by the names the Mayor presented, but he does not trouble himself much about that. Our Murderers Aro being slowly disposed of by law. The triai of Bleakely fo...

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OUR CHICAGO LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

OUR CHICAGO LETTER. Chicago, April 29, 1873. An Irish Boy Wins. Congressman John B. Rice, of the First District of Illinois, submitted his West Point Cadetship to competitive examination, open to all hoys In the district between the ages of seventeen and twentyone. Yesterday the result of ilie examination, which began on April l.was made known, 'i'he , victor of the literary fight is—as usual—an Irish boy. The committee of examination were J. L. Pickard, Superintendent of the Public Schools; Dr. Moses Gunn, of Rush Medical College; and F. O. Glover, United States District Attorney. The subjects of examination were Arithmetic, Geography, Grammar, United States History, Spelling, and writing. There were sixteen candidates. The answers were all in writing, and the committee examined the papers at their leisure. It was found that the contest narrowed gradually to an American boy named Scrlven, and an Irish hackdriving lad named Murphy. Gunn and Pickard were of opinion at once that Murph...

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

Catholic Intelligence. Ordinations in Providence, K. I. —On Friday, April 25, Mr. William Hines, of the Grand Seminary, Montreal, was ordained Subdeacon in the Cathedral by Rt. Rev. Dr. Hendrlcken. On Saturday Rev. William nines and Rev. P. F. Doyle were raised to the order of Deaconship; and on Sunday, at Solemn Pontifical Mass, in presence of | an immense congregation, both these genI tlemen were elevated to the priesthood. The Monks of St. Benedict have anew monastery in Minnesota. The Young Men’s Catholic Union oi I Brooklyn, K. Y., is progressing favorably. I The new St. Joseph’s German Hospital, i Baltimore, was dedicated on Sunday, j May 4. Bishop Rtan opened the new St. Stephen’s Ilome-for friendless young women, in Buffalo, N. Y., May 1. A FINE church has recently been purchased from the Presbyterians by Bishop Borgess. of Detroit, Mich. The new Church of the Holy Cross, San Francisco, was dedicated on Low Sunday, ; April 20, by Archbishop Alemany. In the little City of Ron...

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Catholic Temperance Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Catholic Temperance Convention. Manchester, n. it.. May c. A state Convention of Catholics was in session today at the Citv Hall, for the purpose of forming a Catholic Total Abstinence Union for New Hampshire. The Convention is held under the auspices of the St. Paul’s Catholic Society of this city. Delegates are present from Nashua, Concord Fisherviile, Keene, and other places. Rev. Fr. O’Brien of the St. Joseph’s Church, In this city, is Director, and P. A. Devine, of this city, President of the Convention. Earnest and effective speeches were made by Father Barry, of Concord, Col. Henry I). Pierce, of Hillsborough, and Robert VYHson. of New York, Vice-President of the National Catholic Temperance Union of America.

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

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. SPAIN. Hurrali lor Anarchy I The correspondent of the London Times j reproduces the leading article of a news- I paper published at Madrid, which, before j the days of the French Commune, would j have been considered a hoax, but now seems probable enough. It professes to j he the organ of the Sans Culottes, or ‘ ‘ The Shirtless” (Los Descamisados), and this is j their programme Anarchy is our only formula. Everything for j everybody ItoJoparatodos), from Power even to Woman. ’ From this beauteous disorder, or rath- | er orderly disorder, true harmony will spring. | The earth'and its products being the property of j all, robberv, usury, and avarlc“ will cease. With 1 the destruction of the family tie and the establishment of Free Love, public and private prostitution will conclude, and the ideal ol the Greek legislator he realized. In which the young shall respect and love their elders, seeing in each old man a father, and in each woman a mother or a sister. Gett...

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