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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

ALL WANTING FARMS. ductive loam, near the great markets of'New York and Philadelphia, by Railroad, where from 20 to4o acres constitute a good farm, when partly planted to fruit. From this locality a greater quantity and variety of fruit is sent to market than from any other place of equal area in the United States. It is in the midst of a thriving community, with good roads, stores, schools, and manufactories. Female members of families and others can procure good work at Straw Sewing, Shoe Work, Button Making, Clothing Work, and other branches. Many English, Irish, and Scotch Farmers have settled and are prosperous. Numbers of Gardeners from the vicinity of New York are locating. Address —C. K. LANDIS, Proprietor. Vineland, New Jersey. Papers containing full information will be sent free of charge. Boston for Liverpool O TTEETST STOWN CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Passengers booked to all parts ef the United States. Drafts issued on the Bank of Ireland for €1 and upwards. Passengers by the...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 24, 1873. No. 21.

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The Toy of the Giant’s Child. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Toy of the Giant’s Child. BY G. P. RICHARDSON. THE PILOT. Boston, May 24, 1873. lim e Niedeck is a mountain in Alsace, high and strong, Where once a noble castle stood—the giants held it long; Its verv ruins now are lost, its site is waste and lone. And if you seek for giants there, they are all dead and gone. The iriant’s daughter once came forth the castle-gate before, And play’d with all a child’s delight, beside her father’s Then sauntering down the precipice, the girl did gladly go. To see, perchance, how matters went in the little world beWith few and easy steps she pass’d the mountain and the At lengtlmi’ear Ilaslach, at the place where mankind dwelt, sue stood; _ ~ And many a town and village fair, and many afield so green, Before her wondering eyes appear’d, a strange and curiaus scene. , , And as she gazed, in wonder lost, on all the scene around. She saw a peasant at her feet, a tilling of the ground; The little creature crawl’d about so slowly here and there, And lig...

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FR. BURKE’S DEPARTURE FROM ROME. HIS FUTURE DESTINY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

FR. BURKE’S DEPARTURE FROM ROME. HIS FUTURE DESTINY. From Our Special Romau Correspondent. Romh, April 22, 1873. Yesterday evening I turned once again towards San Clemente to bid adieu to Father Burke and to Father Lilly, who, as you are aware lias accompanied him to Rome. Both the Fathers had been to Naples during last week, and they had only returned on Saturday. To Father Lilly this was a pleasant and beautiful episode in his journey in Italy —to Father Burke I believe that the city of Naples and the surrounding scenery are well known. "Assuredly there are lew places in the world that, admitting all that national vanity may say. can be compared to tho site of the ancient Parthenope. Dublin Bay, as seen from the Obelisk at Kiliney is a glorious sweep of sea-1 teach, backed by rich residences and beautiful retreats. Yet even Dublin Bay must give precedence in beauty to the sweet curve which extends from Posillipo to Sorrento. And Father Lilly felt keenly and fully the beauty of thi...

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A Dangerous Class. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

A Dangerous Class. Home, April 25, 1873. The exile who lies buried in the little chapel of Chiselhurst, if he was not the inventor, was, at least, the warmest advocate of the policy of non-intervention. This evil principle took root, and grew strong and powerful. It entered into the policy of the nations of Europe, aud guided them in their relations with each other. It produced the immense armaments we now behold, millions of men withdrawn from the cultivation of the land, and living upon the hearts’blood of the poor. Famine prolonged, but sure, is becoming the lot of the peasantry in most of the countries in Europe, mid the only means of avoiding the gradual perishing of thousands is to be found in the sad and heart-break-ing resource offered by emigration. Those whose forefathers have lived on the land for generation after generation, and drew from it life and comfort, hesitate between emigration and rebellion. In the diplomatic relations of nation with nation, the policy of non-i...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, May 8, 1873. Temperance , Can work miracles, aud those that promote this virtue must be numbered amongst the greatest benefactors of their fellow-men. It is the part of the priest to instil this virtue into the minds of his people, and foster it in the community in which he lives, and it is, therefore, a great godsend for a Catholic flock to have at their head a man who is earnest and enthusiastic as a worker In the cause of total abstinence. In nearly every parish in America, can such counterparts of Father Mathew be found, and wherever they are found to be, the fruits of their good work are seen around them in the happiness and prosperity of their flock, which evidence what I first said that “ temperance works miracles.” Therefore I cannot imagine a much greater want to a Catholic community than the want of such A <>ood Priest. Father Stafford, of Lindsay, Ont., is a type of one of those apostles of temperance,'and the fruits which ...

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Bismarck and the Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Bismarck and the Church. We take the following extract from an article on the above subject in the last number of Broio7ison’s Bevieio: — “We tell the astute and unscrupulous chancellor, who for the moment wields all the power of the empire, that he will fail as his predecessors have failed. The unarmed, defenceless, and aged prisoner of the Vatican is mightier than he. He may order his obsequious allies, the Italian sacrilegious robbers and assassins, to bar all communication with the Holy Father by the faithful, to rack his aged limbs, and even to slay him; but that will avail him nothing. Every one of the pope’s predecessors, including St. Peter himself, for the first three hundred years of our era, suffered martyrdom; I should say, received the martyr’s crown, always the crown of victory. Saintly prelates, faithful priests, holy and devoted religious of either sex, may be put to death' by the minions of power; but it will avail nothing. Such things strengthen, not weaken, the ch...

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Is Chinese Labor a Failure? [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Is Chinese Labor a Failure? The emigration of Chinamen to this country continues to some extent, the steamer China, from China and Japan, which arrived in San Francisco on May 3, bringing 1248. Plenty of time has elapsed since the introduction of Chinese cheap labor in this country to form some definite opinion in regard to their proficiency in learning trades and as to their capacity for making good workmen. In San Francisco there is a very large Cliiuese population, and in many of the factories there the difficulty of procuring white labor has compelled employers to engage Chinamen. The boot and shoemakers of that city have employed them in large numbers, but they havebeen obliged to vote them a failure, and will substitute white labor in "their stead. The employers say the Chinamen are untrustworthy, and when given piecework slight their labor. Another cause of grievance has arisen, too, from the fact that as soon as they learn the trade they abandon their employers, and opening ...

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Irish-American Patriotism. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Irish-American Patriotism. An occasional correspondent of the N. Y. Evening Post, in writing recently to that journal, said: Professor Joseph Henry has been appointed to fill a vacancy in the Board of Trustees of the Corcoran Art Institution. When we remember all that he has done to elevate the Smithsonian Institution to the splendid position which it now occupies, we cannot hut anticipate the most happy results to the cause of art, through his experience and wisdom. lie has been for many years a warm personal friend of Mr. Corcoran, and long ago decided to transfer all the works of art in the Smithsonian Institution to the custody ol the Corcoran Gallery, when organized. Rut there is one thing which Professor Henry has done which is of universal interest to the artists of this country. We allude to the fact that ho has made arrangements with the authorities of the Vatican to secure original moulds off lip more noted specimens of statuary in Rome, whereby casts of special excellence...

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European Armies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

European Armies. JBrosen Zeitung of Berlin, publishes an account of the military forces of the great Powers of Europe, from which it draw's the conclusion that “ several of the Powers which have hitherto been ranked as of the first class will, in consequence of their military development not having kept pace with that of other great Powers, be incapable of going to war in future unless they have allies. This is especially the case with Austria and England, and also with Italy.” The strongest military Power, says the writer, is Russia. Tne llussian army, which hitherto consisted of 7T3 battalions (equal t0£771 German ones), is now raised to 228 regiments of infantry with 684 battalions, 228 rifle battalions, 250 reserve battalions under the new army organization, 73 regiments of the Guard and of calvary of the line, 50regiments of Eon Cossacks (for service in Europe) with 060 squadrons) and 701 batteries of eight guns each. Of this force 96 battalions, 20 squadrons, and 16 batteries ...

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UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. BY J. S. LEFANU. Author of “The House by the Churchyard,” “The Tenants of Malory,” “Shamus O’Brien,” Etc,, Etc. CHAPTER I. AUSTIN RUTIIYN, OF KXOWL, AND HIS DAUGHTER. It was winter—that is, about the second week in November—and great gusts were rattling at the windows, and wailing and thundering among our tall trees and ivied chimneys; a very dark night, and a very cheerful fire blazing, a pleasant mixture of good round coal and spluttering dry wood, in a genuine old fireplace, in a sombre old room. Black wainscoting glimmered up to the ceiling in small ebony panels; a cheerful clump of wax candles on the tea-ta-ble ; many old portraits, some grim and pale, others pretty, and some very graceful and charming, hai ging from the walls. Few pictures, except portraits long and short, were there. On the whole, I think you would have taken the room for our parlor. It was not like our modern notions of a drawing-room. It was a long room too, and everv w...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

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Our Halifax Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Our Halifax Letter. Halifax, N. S., May G, 1873. Tlie Wreck of the Atlantic. The excitement over the disaster to the White Star Line steamer, Atlantic, on these shores, has all but subsided. It was more than a nine days’ wonder while it lasted, but now the disaster, or any of tin* attending horrors, are scarcely referred to. The official inquiry resulted as everybody expected it would, in meeting out" to Captain Williams a very mild penalty for the utter carelessness aud incapacity of which he stood convicted, on his own words, in connection with the almost criminal blunder of rushing his siiip upon the rocks at Marr’s Head and over COO people to instant death. Even now he finds sympathizers, an:l, slight as is tlie punishment inflicted by the court, it will not be surprising to find interested individuals endeavoring to have that very mild punishment reduced from two to one year’s suspension of certificate when the Atlantic horror is forgotten, as it no doubt will be ere many month...

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An Instructive Lecture. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

An Instructive Lecture. AVe are glad to see somebody take up the interesting and important subject of the Catholic colonization of America. The following extract from a lecture lately delivered in Lowell, Mass., by John F. McEvoy, esq., the respected City Solicitor of that city, contaius some very valuable items, and we hope Mr. McEvoy will deliver his lecture to a great many Catholic audiences. We take this from the Loicell Courier On opening he made a witty allusion to his inability to account for the prejudice existing in some minds against Catholics —whether it was levelled against Catholics because they were foreigners, or against foreigners because they were Catholics, he couldn’t say; all that could be said was that it did exist, and was of most unaccountable character. It was unpleasant to be the objects of such prejudice, for it was only the result of ignorance and an unwillingness to examine Catholic principles. It was unpleasant to be told that Catholics paid money for th...

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Good and Bad Boys. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Good and Bad Boys. J. A. SEW ALL. From tlie Illinois Schoolmaster. “ Force is indestructible.” — Joule. “There is always hope in a man that actually and earnestly works. In idleness alone is there perpetual despair.”— Carlyle. • ‘ No one deserves the character of being good who has not spirit enough to be bad.’ - — Rochefoucauld. Here are three very suggestive texts upon which 1 propose to base a brief discourse. Did it ever occur to you. stern disciplinarian, that you could break a boy’s neck more easily than you can break his will? And then, did it ever occur to you that ahoy with a broken neck is a better, safer piece of humanity than a hoy with a broken will? Haven’t I heard you say, “ I will llogit out of him?” Now let me say, you have iio business to be trying to break the boy’s will; you can’t flog anything out of him; his will was not given him to be broken; nothing was ever put into him that you can flog out of him. You are ready enough to admit that you can- not furnish a ...

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Literary Items. Late as was the publication of Dr. Stokes’ Memoir of Dr. George Petrie, the book is now suid to be out of print. The editor of LippincoWs Magazine gossips about Irish Agents in the issue of that periodical for May. A lea UNED Frenchman, named Larchey, has published “ A Dictionary of Parisian Argot, Historical, Etymological and Anecdotical.” As edition of very Rev. Ulick J. Bourke’s “ Easy Lessons in Irish,” is announced by P. M. Haverty, of New York City. Is the April number of the New England Historic«i ami Genealogical Register appeared, with other contributions. a memoir of the late Col. Joseph May, of Boston. Michael Reese, a citizen of San Francisco, furnished the necessary $2OOO to purchase the library of the late Dr. Francis Lieber, for presentation to the University of California. “ Songs of Killarney,” will soon appear. They are written in Irish dialect by Mr. A. P. Graves, son of the Protestant Bishop of Limerick. Many of the songs have appeared in The Pilo...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to .April 20. ANTRIM. The National Education League. The third annual meeting of the “ National Education League for Ireland,’’was held on April 23, in the Ulster Minor Hall, Bellast. It was a remarkable failure, there being only about forty or fifty persons present, most of whom were ladies. Several speakers congratulated the League on the defeat of the Government measure, and expressed their approval of Mr. Fawcett’s measure now before Parliament. Ulster Examiner. Treatment of Mr. McAleese. The Ulster Examiner speaking of the treatment of its imprisoned editor, says:—We again ask Captain Keogh, the Belfast jailor, an explanation of liis conduct towards Mr. MacAlcese? From positive information, which we have received, we cannot any longer refrain from stigmatizing the treatment of the incarcerated patriot as not only harsh and unjust, hut strangely at variance with tlie treatment measured out to other gentlemen not long since incarcerated for a similar offe...

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The Early Civilization of Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Early Civilization of Ireland. An interesting lecture, on the “Early Civilization of Ireland,” was lately delivered by J. Goulding, esq., in connection with the Celtic Society of London. The chair was taken by the Rev. Father Lockhart. Recapitulating as much as is known of the history of Ireland prior to the Christian era, the lecturer remarked that even then Ireland had a glorious past. Adverting to the old Kings ol Kerry, Tuatli do Damians, Lia Fail, the Phoenicians, and Fenius Fearsa, ho shewed that Ireland was the first to avail herself of the civilzation brought to Europe by the Phoenician traders. The Irish had the use of letters long prior to the Christian era. Recent discoveries proved the inscriptions (which had puzzled so many antiquaries) amongst the tombs of Etruria, to be akin to tlie Celtic race, who were spread over a great part oi Europe in the earliest times. The ancient name of the Irish race, Seoti, derived from Scuit, was akin to the Scythas, an aboriginal pe...

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