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Another Dreadful Accident. 75 Dead Bodies Recovered. Names of the Victims. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Another Dreadful Accident. 75 Dead Bodies Recovered. Names of the Victims. A terrible accident, involving fearful loss of life, occurred in Dixon, 111. , on the afternoon of the 4th inst. The rite of baptism was being administered to a number of recent converts to one o! the Baptist churches here, at a point in Bock river just below the Traesdell iron bridge, and about •200 persons, including many ladies and a number of children, had gathered on the bridge to witness the ceremony. Subsecpiently. without warning, the bridge gave way and precipitated its living freight into the stream below. The scene which ensued was indescribably terrible, as the struggling victims vainly endeavored to free themselves from the ruins of the bridge and from each other. Large crowds of people on the banks rushed wildly to and fro, many of them so distracted with terror as to be unable to render any assistance. Others were self-possessed, and speedily brought ropes, planks and boats, and went nobly to w...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Cough-worn victims whose lungs nre racked and torn with paroxysms that threaten to choke you, all that you have to do is to take Hack's Honey of Hokeiiound ano TAB. A rapid cure is certain. Crittentons, (6th Avenue. Sold by all drugj I’XKE s Toothache Drops cure in one minute.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Nashville, Term.— All of Mr. Donalioe’s publications, or any other Catholic works you may want, you can get them at D. N. Neylan’s, 34£ Public square, at Boston or New York prices. He also receives subscriptions for The Pilot, and is agent for the National and Inman Lines of Steamers, and sells drafts on the Bank of Ireland at low rates.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

In buying Machine Twist it is important for the ladies to know which is the most reliable. It is the Eureka, sold by dealers everywhere.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Notices like the following will be inserted three times for SI. See Third page. , Information Wanted Of John Flanagan (lately deceased); was married to Anne Kaine. He formerly kept a hotel in some part of Upper Canada. He is supposed to have died wealthy, and left his money in charge of the Parish Priest where he lived. Any person who knows of his death, or any information in relation to him, will greatly oblige his niece, Norali Callahan, Atlantic Hotel, Bridgeport, Conn. my 17 Of Mrs. Mary Kenny, formerly Mrs. John Plant (maiden name Mary Fiynn), who was married at Congleton, Cheshire, England, in 1864, and came to New York, where her husband, Denis Kenny, died soon after his arrival. Information regarding her will be received by her sister. Winifred Connoilv. at Cullen’s Catholic Booestore, comer of York and Van Vorst streets, Jersey City. N. J. myl7 Of Mrs. Rose Allen (maiden name Finnigan), born in Ireland, but brought up in Aberdeen. Scotland, who came to this...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

OBITUAH Notices like the following ni rate of 12 lines or under for $l. ditional 12 lines or less, $1.50. Mu. Patrick Power, dent of Charlestown, died at May 1, of pneumonia, at the age remains were conveyed to Chari funeral took place, Saturday. Mary’s Church, Solemn H brated. Rev. Father Denvir offie the remalus were taken to the ce Hill, where they were fnterre had resided In Charlestown for tury. and was well and favorabl highly esteemed for Ins sterling ter. He was, at the time of his oldest members of the Charita having joined that organization always foremost in any move] vaucemeut of our holy religion, and died an exemplary memb widow, and a family consisting and three sons—the Rev. J( Worcester, Rev. W. A. Powe and George G. Power, Clerk of Board, Charlestown. Died, on Easter Sunday her residence, No. 1 Trainer Coi Bridget Diffi.ey, beloved wi DiiUoy. of this city, aged 50 yeai tive of the parish of St. John mon. Ireland. and came io this years ago. Her funeral ser April 15...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Murdered Archbishop. Minister Washburne’s Letter to the New York Catholic Union. An Historical Document. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Murdered Archbishop. Minister Washburne’s Letter to the New York Catholic Union. An Historical Document. The following is acopyol Minister Washburne’s letter, in relation to tlie assassination of Monseigneur Darboy, Archbishop of Purls, during the late brief but brutal reign of the murderous Commune. The lion. E. B. Washburne, as Minister of the United States, had charge of the German interests during that perilous time; but besides he had, independent of his mission.the philanthropic desire to save a saintly preTate from the rage of Communist savages thirstingfor his blood. Although he failed in his hind ciforis, he is no less entitled to the gratitude of all Catholics, for his kindness to the tortured martyr, and his continued good offices, as long as a ray of hope remained. We tender him. our sincorest thanks for his noble conduct on the trying occasion of the Paris Commune To His Excellency Etiliu 11. Washburne, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the United ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Reported Stigmatization Of a Catholic Young Woman in San Francisco. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Reported Stigmatization Of a Catholic Young Woman in San Francisco. The following statements we take from the daily papers of San Francisco, to which Iliey are severally credited. The JS r . Y. Freeman says: “A friend of highest consideration writes us that he has for years been acquainted with Miss Collins, and that her character has always been very excellent.” The following is from the San Francisco Post of April 1G For some days past rumors of a strange and inexplicable phenomenon, which occurred on Good Friday in this city, have been afloat, but among those cognizant of the facts has been the desire to avoid disclosures. An attache of the Post, learning positively that a young girl named Miss Collins had been visited on Good Friday with the Stigmata, or marks of the crucifixion of the Saviour, called on the young lady last evening, and this morning waited on Father Prendergast to receive from him an accurate statement of the occurrence. The Reverend gentleman said that it had b...

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

Catholicity in Old England. To the Editor of Tlie Pilot. Dear Sir:— lt is most astonishing that such writers as Fromle and others ot his stamp. «an have so little regard for the merits of our Holy Catholic Church, which brought forth their forefathers from a worse than Egyptian bondage into the light of Christian civilization, as to write and speak of it in such disparaging terms. Surely those men must know that they are impugning the truth. Froude, as a student and writer of the History of England ought to know that it was the" Archbishop of Canterbury, St. Dunstan, that dictated the Pact which defines the extent and limits the abuse of Sovereign power. St. Dunstan penned the Coronation Oath; and the Coronation Oath developed became the English Constitution. So much for what the Holy Catholic Church accomplished for the good of England in the days ofthe Norman conqueror William. What she had done previously for our and his Saxon forefathers are also recorded on the pages of history...

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

Temperance. ST. AUGUSTINE’S T. A. Society, of Philadelphia. is full of energy. A series of Sunday temperance addresses by prominent l gentlemen of the parish has been inaugurated. They have also engaged Merchant's Panorama of Ireland. A Total Abstinence meeting held in New Orleans on Sunday evening, April 13, was ( largely attended, showing a gratifying interest* in the good work. Sixteen new members were admitted, and took the i pledge from the Rev. Thomas Butler, S. j J.. Spiritual Director. The Association ! now numbers 108 men and 11 cadets, youths 1 under seventeen years of age. There was on Sunday evening, April 13, a concert at St. Theresa’s Hall. The Cathedral Temperance Societv. Philadelphia, held a large meeting on Sunday evening, on April 20, to select a style of : regalia, and to decide upon other matters. Forty-two new members were received, making the number now five hundred ana j eighty-two, a rate which will shortly in- ! crease it to one thousand members. For the la...

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

The Irish in Texas. The Irishmen of Houston, Texas, have formed a Benevolent Association, which will have for its objects:— First—Tlie amelioration and the advancement of the condition of the Irish race, and their descendants, in the State of Texas. Second—The encouragement of immigration to this State, and assisting, as far as is possible and necessary, sucli immigrants upon their arrival. Tniltn—The creation of a feeling of harmony and love among the Irish race in Texas. Major M. Looscan is President.and Mayor Scanlan one of the members of the association , which is in a flourishin g condition,

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Notes of the Week, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Notes of the Week, Commodore William Smith, wlio commanded the frigate Congress when she was sunk by the Merrimac, died at St. Louis on the Ist. '' white man for office-,” is the motto of the negro lodges of Know-nothings now forming in the South. Hough on the car-pet-baggers, that. ,^ ass ii chas . ctts Legislature has passed I* 3 ®. bl 1 authorizing the annexation of CharS rSw U p. r °okline to Boston by a vote oi iju to It now goes to the people. a „4; ?^ AOT^ Frr ' young girl was married in ■ an Francisco, last week, and at the conclusion o/ the marriage ceremony she turned to her husband and said: ‘ ‘George kiss me I am dying.” The husband complied with the request , and at that moment the young bride fell dead to the floor. Girls scarcely ten years of age work in the Lawrence (Mass.) mills from G 1-2 in the morning till 10 at night, according to The American. We wonder if the Labor Committee discovered that fact or any like it in its travels through the factory towns. The mill...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Practical Sympathy, From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions in advance. we select the following;:— Rev. Father McNulty paid $lO, four years in advance for Pilot. In Sonoma, Cal. Hear Sr Pilot and In Missouri Talley, lowa. Missouri Valley. lowa, April, 1873, Dear Sir Enclosed find $13.20, lor 6 subscribers to Pilot , with cliromo. Yours, William Kennedy. In Doclgcville, lowa. Dodgeville, lowa, April 18, 1873. Dear Sir:—Euc'osed find $22 draft for amount paying fos 10 copies of Pilot, with chromo. You will see I have added some new names. Yours, Edward Murphy. In Independence, lowa. Independence, lowa, April, 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed please find P. O. Order for S3G, for my club, with chromo. I will send you more soon, .for I feci that I cannot do too much for the dear old Pilot at tills time. Yours, H. Devlin. In White Ash, Pn. White ash, Pa., April 21.1873. Mr. Donaiioe—Dear Sir:—Please find enclosed $B, making in all this year $32.85, for The Pilot. I re...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Vestments, Church Goods, Etc, The attention of the Reverend Clergy is called to the beautiful assortment of these goods, comprising all our stock in tliis line, imported for the Fa! Trade, which we succeeded in saving from the fire entire , as follows: Chasubles. Fine Gold Cloth, Real Gold Galoous, and Embroidery, in rich and elegant designs, $32.00: 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 160.00; 175.00 ; 200.00. Goldcloth, Half Fiue Galoons and Embroiderv, $40.00 ; 46.00 ; 48.00 ; 60.00. Gold Cloth, with and without Flowers, ordinary Galoons, $28.00 ; 23.00 ; 30.00 ;31.00; 33.00;35.00; 42.50. - ’ White Watered Silk, Real Gold Galoons and Embroidery, $BB.OO ; 88.00; 119.00; 125.00 ; 200.00. White Watered Silk, Half Fine and Silk Galoons, and Embroidery, $42.00; 50.00 ; 52.00 ; 60.00 ; 72.00. White, in various styles Silk and Damask, with and without Flowers, with Silk and Imitation Gold Galoons, $16.00; 19.00; 22.00 : 24.00 : 27.00; 29.00 ; 31.00; 33.00 ; 35.00 ; 37.00 ; 40.00. Violet Red, Green, ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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For The Pilot. GROSS AND GROWN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

For The Pilot. GROSS AND GROWN. BY KATE M. DE BUBGO. Patience—Lite's long care and sorrow, Strife, commotion, toil and pain, Soon will cease; a blissful morrow Dawns now o'er the eastern main. Think, O think! from labor resting, Bright the guerdon sorrow’s claim; Grief's high surges, nobly breasting. Win undying, heavenly fame. Would you choose a rose-lined pathway. Not the one your Master trod:' Would you wear immortal vesture? •• Bend submissive ’neatli the rod." Meekly bear each slight transgression, Sneer, and scoff, and haughty frown. Forfeit nearest, dear possession. Here, the Cross —if there, the Crown. Vain to yearn for Martyr’s triumph. While at trivial ills repine; Their way led thro’ rack and torment Household’s varied cares are thine. Thine the frequent self-denial. Thine the bitter, angry word; Dally sacrifice ascending. Piercing keen, as llctor s sword. Bear the ills you may not alter. Brood not o’er mere fancied wrong, Gloomy, vain, illusive dreamings. Oft in lonely m...

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

THE GATHERER. “ A Suapper-up oI IJncousldered Trifles.” A regular loafer—A baker. Quick believers need broad shoulders. They have masquerade weddings in Indiana. Prayers and provender never hindered any man’s journey. Prosperity is the thing in the -world we ought to trust the least. A revolutionary movement—Turning a grindstone. The “lay” of the last minstrel—The Etlieopian 'business. Motto for tea merchants—Honest tea is the best policy. When does a chair dislike you—When it can’t bear you. What is the key note of good breeding? 11 natural. An inclined plain—An ugly woman with a Grecian bend. Physicians’ charges are bitter pills, but patiently borne. Short-sighted people are generally close observers. A Chicago sausage-maker advertises his ware as ‘ ‘ dog cheap.” Words that burn—Cayenne pepper and Dutch mustard. A friend at a pinch—One that shares his snuff-bos: with you. New proverb—Man proposes, but women very olten rejects him. A votive offering, which iS not a sacrifice—Voting...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

TO OUR Our numerous friends will plea almost all the stereotype plates < books, and all tlie printed stock c were destroyed in the tire. We queuce, furnish scarcely any of tions (except Morocco and Veb Books) at present. We have on good supply of all the books of tl Catholic publishers, for any of happy to receive orders. We lag new plates of all our popn tng Prayer Books, Story Books. ,tc., of which due announcemi Thk Pilot as they are issued, will be brought out lu the most t and subject to a careful revision tlon of Mr. Donahoe to make hi class in every respect. New Editions of the followin A Most Popular Schoc Which is being generally iutrod olic Academies and i LITTLE CATHOLIC C FOR BEGL\XEBB. W 1 ers at Mass added. PrincJp from the German of Rev. 1 liarbe, S. ,T. By the Very 1 Noethen, Pastor of the Churc Cross, Albany, Js. Y. Publl permission ol the Ut. Rev. Bis 32m0, paper By the hundred This Catechism is universally i Sunday-schools both in Eure; States. It is fa...

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