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The Rock of Cashel, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Rock of Cashel, Mr. I). C. Heron, M. I’., writes to the London Daily Telegraph as follows : Permit me, through your columns, to state as briefly as I can some of the leading historical events connected with this celebrated ruin, and also to state the objects of the restoration. There is some difficulty about the earlier dates, but 1 give them with as much accuracy as possible. The object of the bill of which I have had the honor of introducing into Parliament is to provide facilities for vesting the Rock of Cashel in trustees, with the view of ultimately completely restoring the cathedral, and of preserving from further decay King Cormac’s Chapel, the Round Tower, and the other historical ruins. From its central and commanding position, the Rock of Cashel was one of the oldest forts in Ireland. It has ever been associated with the history of Ireland since the earliest times. On' it the old Kings of Munster were crowned; on it Saint Patrick baptized King .Engbus, and, according t...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Bribing the Irish Bar. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Bribing the Irish Bar. From the Dublin Nation. Although no announcement of the fact has, so far, been made public, we are in a position to state that a most gross and palpable job—a daring stride in the steady process of corrupting the Irish bar—has been privately agreed upon by the Government within the past month. Xo doubt it will be ‘ 1 good news ” to the recipients of the newest and latest- bribe, and so far as it beneficially enriches them we have not an ill-natured thought to express; but how it will be regarded by those who note the disastrous effects of this Government corruption system on the Bar of Ireland is another question altogether. The Irish Chairman of Counties are to have a gift of from £2OO to £3OO a year, according to class, in addition to their present.salaries. The excuse or opportunity for this bold stroke of bar bribery, is the vast amount of work which the Land Bill is supposed to have thrown on those already over-worked and under paid functionaries We recen...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

BIRTHS. April 13, iu Dublin, the wife of Michael Curran, of a daughter. 22, the wife of Thomas J. Costelloe, esq., of a son. 16. the wife of F. Crosbie, of a daughter. 19, the wife of John Coyne, of a sou. 20, the wife of KdwardJ. Cannon, of a son. The wile of J. J. Spring, esq., of a daughter. 21, the wife of J. C. FitzAcliaray, of a son. 19, the wife of Joseph M. Meade, esq., of a son. 25, the wife of Jolmßewley Beale, of a daughter. April 18, at Seaduff, the wife of Moused Antisell , esq., of a sou. April 22, at Kingstown, the wife of M. J. Burke, of a daughter. April 18, at Belfast, the wife of G. R. Burney, of a daughter. April 21, at Clonmell, the wife of Robert H. Collister, of a daughter. April 20, at Gleneairn, Belfast, the wife of Jonas Cunningham, of a daughter. April 22, the wife of Peter Donnelly, esq., of Clones, of a daughter. April 22, at Kingstown, the wife of P. F. Kelly, of a daughter. April 15. at Kildare, the wife of Joseph S. Hume, esq., of a son. April 19, at ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

aged 53. Catherine Teresa, wife of John Elwood. •25, Julia, relict of Nicholas Cullen. ‘24. John D'Arcy. 24, Marga.et Jane, daughter of George Me Wade, aged 21, At his residence, Newtown, Nenagh, John Armitage, aged 32. Aprilli, at Tarhert, Diana, daughter of G. T. Hill, esq. At Thomond Gate, Limerick, Denis MeCor-, mack, aged 33. At Barna, county Tipperary, Stephen Clias. Moore, esq., aged6s. April 20, at Kingstown, William Taylor, esq., aged 97. April 19. at Antrim, Freeman, sou of the late John Baird, ot Ballymena, aged 22. April 19, at his residence, Mt. Pottinger, Belfast, Hugh A. Bill. April2l, at Ratlidrum, Rev. John Forde, Clonliffe, aged 24. April 23, at Dolphin's Barn, Mrs. Gavin, aged 65 years. April 20, at Limerick, Mrs. Mary Chambers, relict of Thomas Chambers. March 19. at Swineford, Kate Agues, wife of Patrick Mannion, esq., aged 40. April 20, at his late residence, Belfast, Joseph McDowell, aged 37. April 21. at Harold’s Cross, John Ryan, aged 43 years. April 22, at ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under this head are Inserted three times tor SI.GO. The immense circulation of The Pilot in every city, town and hamlet on the Amerlcaut continent, renders it the best medium through which to make inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us $l.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible,so that no mistake maybe made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their friends advertized by remitting us the price in gold. For hall a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if sticlicd into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Persons requesting information, or making corrections in this department, should always state the county, otherwise we cannot answer their inquiries. . Inform...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Of Michael McCrummy, who left Oshkosh, seven years ago; when last beard of was in Austin, lexas, in 1870; lie is about 45 years f age, low sized, has black curly hair, gray eyes, and is a blacksmith by trade.’ Information oi him, whether dead or alive, will be received by his daughter, Mary A. McCrummy, Oshkosh, Winnebago county, Wis,, Box 38. my 24 Southern papers please copy. Of Ellen Gainer, wife of Corn-id Waltick, boot and shoemaker by trade, and a German; also, Bridget Gainer, the wife of Edward Colligau, a tailor by trade: also, my only son, Thomas Gainer, who left here 17 years ago last October, and has not heard from mm since. I am a poor old woman and have no one to see to me, so 1 would like to hear from my children, if lean. Address Mrs. Mary Gainer (King’s c 0.,) Waubeegan, Lake county, lUiuoii. my 24 Of Philip, Andrew, Bridget, and Mary Hkndkrbury ; when the above were last beard from they were in East Boston. Information of any of the above will be received by Richard...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

FEB3IAKAGH. ,v,rii Tl /S M^ s , CORIUGAX » 11 native of the wilt'f lns sr , cSeilt ' comity Fermanagh; when “ft, lie was in Bostpn. Information lw CCrve n by ,ils brother, Edward TeiTit' rv ' aucouvcr ’ f lark county, Washington CAlttOW. I,iyl ° Of Patrick O’Kourke. a native of Mareley, parish of St. Mullins mimvollw wlm lauded in Boston about 20 yearH“o • he went to Santo l<e, New Mexico. If f le wouTd address to Michael Nemev, No. SO cltn4t corner of Fourth, South Boston, he will S, * r something to his advantage. ’ " ,fl San Francisco and other California paners please copy. jwiare TYRONE. Of James, Isabella, and Nancy McCrossix , son and daughters of Robert W. Crossin and Jane Hilands, parish of JDonougheadv towniand of Leatli, county Tyrone. "James* when last heard of, was a farmer, between New York and Troy. Isabella was heard of eight years ago, and then resided in New York. ]nformation of them, or their whereabouts, will be received by their youngest sister Martha...

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Crushed Out. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Crushed Out. ffljc plot. BOSTON, MAY 24, 1873. “ I.et Ireland iu America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrlous.be obedient to law.”— Rev. Thomas N. Burke, o. P. To make room for our lengthy exposure of the Secret Political Organization, which practically governs some large cities, much interesting matter has been crushed out.

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EXPOSURE! O.A.P. AND O.U.A.M. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

EXPOSURE! O.A.P. AND O.U.A.M. [We pledge ourselves to be able to prove that onr information concerning tlie O. A. I*, ami (>. V. A. 31. contained in this article, has been- obtained directly from their own books, not books unused, but books lately revised in writing and actually used in tlicir council meetings.] About two years and a half ago, a secret political organization, established for the purpose of keeping foreign-born citizens out of ‘ ‘ all oflices of honor, trust and profit,” had acquired formidable proportions in this country, and particularly in the New England States. The order was called the “ O. A. P.,” or “Order of American Phcnix.” When this proscriptive society had attained its strongest growth in Massachusetts, its hooks and papers were carried for inspection to The Pilot Office, where they were carefully copied. Our readers will remember our exposure of the “ O. A. P.,” the result of which was to defeat certain candidates in many places then running f...

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THE O.U.A.M. A WIDESPREAD ORGANIZATION Headquarters in Philadelphia Leading Members Interviewed in Boston. Trying to Cover Their Tracks. They Identify Their Own Books. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

THE O.U.A.M. A WIDESPREAD ORGANIZATION Headquarters in Philadelphia Leading Members Interviewed in Boston. Trying to Cover Their Tracks. They Identify Their Own Books. The O. U. A. M., or Order of American Mechanics, is the Organization we mean to expose to-day. It is a Society of such widespread extent as to demand the most earnest attention of citizens who value the true principles of American liberty. The hooks of the order lie on our desk as we write Before showing the nature of the Order from their hooks, we shall let certain prominent members in Boston make thenexplanations to our readers. A few days ago, one of our editors, putting the hooks, both of the “ O. A. P. ” and the “ O. U. A. M.” in his pocket, went to the City Hall, Boston, which he knew to be a nest of these conspirators. He walked straight to the office of Captain Quinn, Deputy Chief of Police, and cautiously opened by asking him was the Order of American Mechanics, of which he knew him to be a member, a secret o...

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“Death in the Pot.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

“Death in the Pot.” In an able address lately delivered by ' Mr. Hillard, before the College of Pharmacy in Boston, allusion was made, ; among other physical causes of death, to the alarming prevalence of adulteration, i “ Everywhere,” said the chemist, “ there | is death in the pot;” our bread, our butter, ■ our milk, our flour, our pickles are poi- ; soned, and it is one of the chief duties of the pharmacist to counteract the deleteri- i ous effects of the adulteration of food and drink. He further said: The spirit of gain has become so rampant, the commercial competition is so sharp, and especially anioug retail dealers, and adulteration is getting to be so much a matter of course in certain materials, that even tolerably honest men are becoming accustomed to regard it either as something they must do to keep pace with their neighbors, or as a proceeding which docs not turn out to be so dangerous after all. No sanitary legislation or supervision is anything like complete unless t...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Personal. Read our exposure of the O. A. P. and O. U. A. M. in this number of The Pilot. Train has been declared sane again. Fr. Burke has arrived in Ireland from Rome. Pope Pius IX. was 81 years old on the 13th of May. John Stuart Mill, the distinguished English political-philosopher, is dead. Hon. Oakes Ames died on May 8, at his home in North Easton, Mass., having sunk gradually through the day. Major Molley has instituted a libel suit against the Salt Lake City Tribune for $BO - 000 damages. WE understand that the Right Rev. Bishop of Providence has sailed for Europe for the benefit of his health. Gen. Butler will run for Governor of Massachusetts. Clubs are being formed m his interest. Dr. O. A. Bkownson savs that Martin \ an Buren was “the last first-class man that sat, or probably that ever will sit. in the Presidential Chair of the United States. Mr. Edward James Pugin, son of the late Augustus Welby Pugin, the eminent architect and convert to Catholicitv. is expected to arr...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Keai> our exposure of the O. A. p. and O. U. A. M. in this number of The Pilot. Tiie Senate has passed to be engrossed the hills authorizing the taking of land for the purpose of anew State Prison. Chas. Dolan, so well known as a patrolman at the North End for the past twelve years, received a $2OO Waltham watch from his friends on Thursday evening. The whole number of deaths in Boston for the week was 132, of which 79 were males, 53 females; consumption, 29, other lung diseases, 15; cerebro-spinal meningi tis, 12. The third annual convention of the Massachusetts Total Abstinence Union will be held in the basement of the new Cathe dral, on Friday, May 30. The United Irishmen’s Benevolent Society of East Boston held its annual meeting on Thursday evening, when the following gentlemen were elected officers for the ensuing year President, John D. Hurley; Vice-President, Thomas Spillane; Treasurer .Denis Crowley; Secretary,Timothy Murphy; Corresponding Se...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Read our exposure of the O. A. P. and O. U. A. M. in this number of The Pilot. St. John’s College, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin, has 130 students. Tiie New York Catbolic Choral Society, gave a very successlul concert at the French church of St. Vincent in that city on Sun day, May 4. I Monsignor Lachat, Bishop of Basle, who lias been dismissed from his See by the Swiss Federal Council, has temporarily taken a residence at Altisbofen, intliecanton of Lucerne. The Catholic Germans of the 17tli Ward, Brooklyn, New York, expect to have anew church, to he called St. Alphonsus. ready by the first of August. On Sunday, April 20, Most Rev. Archbishop Aleinany dedicated the new church of Holy Cross parish, San Francisco, under the invocation of St. John the Baptist. I The fair in aid of St. James’ Cathedral Brooklyn, which has just closed, brought in about $lO,OOO, sufficient to meet the balance of the debt, the cost of tlie renovation being $20,000, and the sum previou...

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Easter Collection in the Diocese of Providence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Easter Collection in the Diocese of Providence. Cathedral $ll7O 70 St. Mary’s, Taunton 817 11 St. Mary’s. Fall River 572 70 Valley Falls 517 00 Newport 515 00 St. Patrick's. Pfovideuce 513 75 St. Mary’s 406 50 Pawtucket 400 00 Immaculate Conception, Providatce.. 37100 St. Charles’, Woonsocket 300 17 St. Mary’s. New Bedford 330 00 St. Joseph’s, Providence 327 00 North Easton 325 00 North Attleboro’ and Missions 324 50 Pleasant View 231 00 Cranston 230 55 St. Michael’s. Providence 183 70 St. John’s 185 37 East Taunton 55 Sandwich and Wareharu 158 00 HarrisviHe 140 03 Ashton 132 35 Assumption, Providence 125 23 Greenwich 795 no St. Patrick’s, Fall River i(jg 29 Bristol and Warren ’ go qq Most Precious Blood, Woonsocket.!.! 81 95 Phcenix 70 25 Crompton "! 07 00 French Church, Crompton 57 09 St. Anne’s, Fall River SO 00 Harwick not yet heard from. Total 30

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

Literary Criticisms. Lenten Thoughts, drawn from the Gospel of each DAY. By the Bishop of XorthT amptou. New York: Catholic Publication SoTlte holy season cf Lent is passed, but we feel bound to mention and recommend, even now this excellent little work; lesttke Catbolic public should not give it the attention, and it should not have the sale it deserves. Profit and Loss. A Story of the Life of a Genteel Irish-American. Illustrative of Godless Education. By the Rev. Dr. Quieley. New York: T. O’Kaue. This is a rough but original and readable story of Catholic life in the Northwest. The author says he is well aware “that there are many faults and defects of artistic skill and style” in his hastily-written book, but hefeels satisfied ‘‘that, the work has some merit.” In all this we agree with him. But we must say more, however reluctantly, and complain that towards the close of the volume the author becomes coarse and vulgar, and writes in a manner that is neither delicate nor modest. ...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Cardinal iiilllet, Cliamtoui‘{9, France. A Paris despatch states that Cardinal Billiet, archbishop of Chamburg, is dead. His Eminence was born in Savoy, on the 28th of February, 1783, and was consequently ninety years of age. He was elevated to the Cardinalate on the 27th of September. ISGI. Her. John X,ee, Toronto, Canada. On the night of April 10. the Rev. John. Lee, of Toronto, departed this life at his mother’s residence, in that city. Very Rev. P. Kimlekins, Detroit, Illicit. Advices from Belgium announce the death on the 23d of March, of the Very Rev. Peter Kindekins, of Detroit. The Western Watchman says Father Kindekins was well known to the older residents of Detroit, and was deeply reverenced for his piety and zeal. He came to America in 1830, and first went to St. Louis. In 1811 he came to Detroit, where he officiated for some time in St. Ann’s Church, and afterwards in the Cathedral. Father Kindekins also zealously engaged in the missionary work in t...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Our Chromo. % |ilot BOSTON, MAY 24, 1873. A large number of our patrons do not get their pupers direct from the office, out pi'ocure them of the newspaper dealers throughout the country. ... To this class wo would say, that we wm send them the chromo by mad on receipt of 75 cents.—This barely covers the cost 01 printing and postage.

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PAYING OFF THE DEBT On the Home or Destitute Catholic Children. $866 FROM SALEM. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

PAYING OFF THE DEBT On the Home or Destitute Catholic Children. $866 FROM SALEM. Tlic parishioners of the Church of the I Immaculate Conception, feulcm, under the 1 lead of their good spiritual guides, have contributed the* sum of $BOB toward payingoff the debt on the Home in this city. . We give the names of the generous donors James Dugan $lOO 00 James Cullen 50 00 Edward P. Cassell 50 00 WilliamE.Welch 50 00 Bev. At. F. Higgins 50 00 Kev. M. Harkius 50 00 James Keating 25 00 A Friend (a widow) 20 00 The following paid $lO each:—Edward Foley, Wm. Lynch, Patrick Ilariigan,Cornelius Byrne, Charles* McCarthy, 1). T. «Clifford, Wm." McKeever, Janus Walsli, L. Cunningham, Michael Lee, Wm. Carney, John T. Kenney, James Dean, Philip Brown, Timothy Coughlan, Thomas Gorman, S. A. Simon, James Spring, Mary Feenan, George Chambers, David Wentzell, Wm. AleKeon. Margaret lit ley, Jolianna Browu. The following paid $5 each:—Thomas Mcllue. Daniel Donovan, James Cotter, Janies Deignan, Kit-hard K...

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