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The Mine Disaster. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Mine Disaster. Sixty instead of forty lives were lost by the coal mine disaster in Nova Scotia. The lire is still burning, and but little headway is gained in extinguishing it. A coroner’s inquest has begun. See our fifth page.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Modoes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Modoes. The pursuit of the Modocs continues. The camping-ground of our troops will be removed from the lava beds on account of the unhealthy character of the place. Rev. G. M. Ebenrecht, of the French College. Blackrock, Dublin, acknowledges the receipt of £6, from Mrs. Thomas McNamara, of Caledonia, Minnesota, for the benefit of the poor of Zanzibar. The Mass. Catholic Temperance Union will hold its third annual Convention in this city, on the 30th Inst., at the Catheeral Chapel. Over seventy societies will be represented by about two hundred delegates.

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Source: Boston College
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Pay Off the Debt. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Pay Off the Debt. . The collection which was decided upon by the recent convention for paying off the debt on the Home, is being taken up in many of the churches. We trust that the delegates will bestir themselves, and aid their pastors in making the result creditable to the Catholics of Boston. The Cathedral parish, in this city, will contribute towards the grand object on Sunday, May 18. We trust It will be worthy of the congregation of the old Cathedral.

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The New Cathedral at Hartford. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The New Cathedral at Hartford. The corner-stone of the new Catholic Cathedral of Farminnton Avenue, Hartford, will be laid by the lit. Rev. Bishop McFarland, with imposing ceremonies, on Sunday, the l?th iust. All of the societies connected with the churches of Hartford will take part in the ceremonies.

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Crowning a King. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Crowning a King. The Coronation of His Majesty Oscar 11. asKingof Sweden, took place on May 12, at the hour of twelve o’clock, noon, in the Ster Church.

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

MARRIAGES. * MASSACHUSETTS. McCormick—Supple— li is seldom one witnesses a more interesting ceremony than that which took place in St. Francis de Sales’ Church, Charlestown, on the occasion of Mr. Thomas F. McCormick, of Taunton, and Miss Maria A. Supple, of Charlestown, being united in the holy bonds of matrimony. The sacrament was administered by Rev. M. J. Supple, Pastor, and brother of the bride, who also celebrated a Solemn High Mass, pro sponso et sponsa, and many others of the clergymen were present, including Mr. James Supple of Troy Seminary, also a brother of the bride. The bridal party partook of the Sacraments of Matrimony and the Holy F.ucharisl in an edifying manner.’ It would be well for others who are to receive the holy Sacrament of Matrimony to imitate the example of this young couple, aud as the Church desires attend Mass and Holy Communion. Cutts —Coi.ema.x-At the parochial residence of St. Francis de Sales’ Church, Charlestown, May 6, by Rev. M. J. Supple, Mr. F...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

THE CATHOLIC PUBLICATION SOCIETY'S B Jii ILLUSTRATED BOOKS. LITTLE PIEKIIE, TIIE PEDLAK of Alsace. Translated from the French, and Illustrated by 27 first-class wood-cuts. Cloth, extra $1 00 THE ILHJSTKATEH CATHOLIC I Sunday-School Library. First Series of six j vols., handsomely bound, and put up In a j box. Cloth, extra 300 ; THE ILLCSTKATED CATHOLIC Sunday-Sunday Library. Second Series of six vols., handsomely bound, and put up in box. Cloth, extra 300 THE ILLCSTKATEI) CATHOLIC Sunday-School Library. Third Series, six vols., handsomely bound, aud put up in a I box. Cloth,extra 3CO THE ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC Sunday-School Library. Fourth Series, six vols., handsomely bound, and put up in a box. Cloth, extra 3 00 THE ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC Sunday-School Library. Fifth Series, six vols., handsomely bound, and put up In a box. Clotli, extra 3 00 THE ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC Sunday-School Library. Sixth Series, six vols., handsomely bound, and put up in a box. Cloth, extra 3 oo THi: ILLUSTRAT...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

the Rocky Mountains, and New Mexico. By James F. Meline. One vol., 12m0., with maps $1 50 MAGGIE’S UOSART, AND OTHER Tales. One vol., 12mo 100 FATHER HOWLAND. A North American Tale. lSmo., doth JO 00 THE FIFE OF FATHER RAVIGnan, S. J. By Father Ponlevoy, S. J. Translated from the French. One vol., crown Bvo., toned paper 4 00 HOME OF THE .LOST GIRE. 18mo., cloth 60 LETTERS OF EUGENIE DE GlErin. Edited by G. S. Trebutien. One vol., 12m0., cloth 2 00 JOURNAL OF EUGENIE DE GUErln. Edited by G. S. Trebutien. One vol., 12mo 2 00 THE FIFE OF FOI’E SIXTUS V., from the French of Baron Hubner. By James F. Meline. One vol., 16mo 100 MAIIV QUEEN OF SCOTS, AND Her Latest English Historian. A Narrative of the Principal Events in the Life of Mary Stuart; with some remarks on Mr. Froude’s History of "England. By James F. Meliue. One vol., 12mo 175 MYRRHA LAKE ; or, Into the Light of Catholicity. By Minnie; Mary Lee. One vol. ,16mo 1 00 ALL lIALLOIV EVE ; or. The Test of Futurity; and Unconvicted. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19,22, and 23 Dock Square, TIIE ()\'LY One Price Boys' Clothing Store In Dock Square, and the Best Place in Boston To Clothe Your Boys at Low Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. my3:3m O 78 UNION yd \ Y <*>■ \ v 4> STREET, ?> BOSTON. & —AND—WINDOW SHADES. LEARNARD & HARTLEY Are offering a full line of ENGLISH TAPESTRY CARPETS —AT—--95 CENTS PER YARD, Also a lot HEAVY ALL WOOL 3-PLY CARPETS, $1.50. The above are PERFECT in every particular, and worthy the attention of the TRADE, and those who are furnishing, orders by mail, with dimensions of room, stating colors and size of figures desired, will receive our prompt and careful attention. Corner Union & Hanover Streets , Entrance 78 Union Street, Eearnard & Hartley. my3:4t:B J COSTUMES! WHOLESALE AND RETAIL, SHEPARD, NORWELL & 00, Invite the attention of lad...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

WANTS. Notices of this description inserted three times for One Dollar. WAA'TKIt -»A ytung man. lately landed from the o’d country, desires a situation as book-keeper, or time-keeper, understands double and single entry; was an Irish National School Teacher; would take a situation as bar-tender, or any respectable situation. Wages no object as permanent employ. Please direct F. Harvev, East Boston, Mass. ' ms!7:3tp A Catholic Lady who may desire to devote her life to Hospital Work, in a neighboring city , will please address “ Mission,” Station A, Boston, Mass. my!o:3t TTrANTEI»— For the next travelling season, t r for a first-class Irish Entertainment, a ! i II<J Pianist—must play and sing d?p ß^f’m and ., l ? ,UBt be if pood Catholic, Ad«troSet Sjl V l?, ton Brown, 9 West Fourth street, New York City. mvlo:3t w 7” AN FED Two steady .reliable men wanted 1 as Agents for the Old Penn Mutual ■ . lur UK Ul Life Insurance Company. Apdlv at once to No 7 STUDIO BUILDING, BOsT0\...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

EAGfEE CLOTHING COMPANY, Cor. Washington & Essex Sts. largest FINE RETAIL STOCK —OF—MEN’S & BOYS’ I! 1, 0 r r HIM, IN THE WOULD ! SPRING OVERCOATS, Sl<l, $l2, §14,815, $l6, $l7, $lB, $2O, $22, $25, $2B, $3O. BUSINESS SUITS, Sl5, $lO, $lB, S2O, $22, $23. $24, $25, $26, $2B, $3O, $32, $35. PANTALOONS, $4, $4.50, $5, $5.50, $6, $0.50, $7 $7.50, $B, $8.50, $9, $lO, $ll, $l2. VESTS, S2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $4.50, $5, $6, $7, $B, $lO. EAGLE CLOTHING CO., Cor. Washington & Essex Sts., BOSTON. my 17:8t ALEANY, N. Y. NOTICE OF REMOVAL. Q ® LIiIVAN has removed to the Old biand, IS Plain Street, where will be kept a large Articles eDt ° f ( ' at,lol * c Books and Religious Foreign Passages and Drafts issued at lowest rates - my 17:3m :8 TO & FROM EUROPE CUSTARD LIRE mail steamships Sailing 10very Week DIRECT FROM Boston for Liverpool CALLING AT O UEENSTOW IST CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Appointed Sailings Direct from Boston. HECLA Tuesday,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 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 31, 1873. No. 22.

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Only an Emigrant. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Only an Emigrant. THE PILOT. Boston, May 31, 1873. Only an emigrant lying there On the rock-bound coast oi Halifax Bay, With the salt sea-damp on his yellow hair, And his face aghast in death’s dismay! Only an emigrant! one of five hundred, Hurled to his doom when someone blundered. When the rich go down wo may reckon the cost, And value their lives at what they are worth; But who will weep for this emigrant lost— This clod of clay which cumbered the earth? Drive the nails in his coffin lid. And let his corpse from our sight be hid! But list. I pray. Leagues on leagues away In a turf thatched hut on the Irish shore, There are human hearts which arc breaking to-day, And bright hopes dashed for evermore, And eyes half blinded with passionate tears, And the dreary outlook oi desolate years. Only an emigrant lying there. Lifeless ana mute in Halifax Bay, But his soul was strong and Ids skies were fair When he left his home—a month to-day. He fondled his child and kissed his wife Ere he ...

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Illness of the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Illness of the Pope. CONNELLAN. From Our Special Roman Correspondent. .Some, April 24, 1873. The news that the Holy Father was ill, that he was very ill, that he was dying indeed, that he was dead, has formed a subject for the journalism of Europe, and no doubt for that of America likewise. All sorts of diseases, every species of those ills that flesh is heir to, have, according to the large majority of European journals, attacked the Holy Father. We were gravely told here in Rome that the Pope was dead, but that the secret was kept until the conclave should have finished its election of a successor to Pius the Ninth. * Under the very windows of the Vatican the unwashed hawkers of that infamous sheet called the (Japitale, shouted out their news that the Pope was dead. It was no preventive to the system of lying that is installed and workiug here, that the journals which had most right to know denied all this, and asserted over and over again that there was no cause for alarm. The li...

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Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Our Paris Letter. Paris, May 1, 1873. A. Radical Reputy Elected. Nothing can exceed the surprise witli which the news of the election of M. Barodet, the radical deputy for Paris, was greeted in this capital. This occurred on Sunday last, and the commotion has now somewhat subsided, lout the upper rardcs of Parisian society were momentarily thrown in utter consternation. ‘‘ We shall have a Red Chamber! ” was the cry. “We have learned nothing by experience,” “We are an ungrateful nation.” These and other such comments went the round of public and private circles. A more cheerful view of the case prevails to-day in consequence of M. Thiers having declared that he could not comprehend the anxiety felt, since there lmd only been tico Radical successes—'those of M. M. Barodet and Lockroy, and he believed the immense majority of M. Barodet could be accounted for by the displeasure of Parisians on finding the assembly unwilling to sit in the capital, a bitter cause of contention. This, and ...

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A Just Demand. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

A Just Demand. Under this heading the Christian Begister, a leading Unitarian paper, publishes the following liberal article. We are so pleased with this manly expression, that we have no mind to be critical. Every Catholic in the country will be grateful to the Begister for such fair consideration: The Pilot complains of what seems to be a clear case of injustice, when it charges that, although there is no established religion in this country, according to law, there is often an established religion according to custom, so far as relates to our pauper and criminal classes, Many of the inmates of our almshouses and prisons are Roman Catholics. The only religion for whicli they have a particle of respect is that in which they have been educated. The only clergymen who can exert any influence over them for good are their own priests. When they are required to listen to Protestant services, they feel wronged, and the best appeals are thrown away on that account. They consider it a mean...

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Catholicity in New England. A. PROTESTANT TESTIMOMY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Catholicity in New England. A. PROTESTANT TESTIMOMY. The growth of Catholicism iu New England, though chiefly the result of immigration, is too rapid and too wonderful not to attract the attention of all observing minds. Some forty years ago New England was alarmed lest the Catholics should obtain possession of the Yalley of tire Mississippi, and we were appealed to in a series of lectures, which found a place in nearly all the religious journals, stating that a conspiracy existed for that end in Europe, at the head of which was Prince Metternich of Austria. Then there was not half a dozen Catholic churches iu New England. In Massachusetts there was not one out of Boston; and if anybody had said that we had better look at home—that those living would not pass to their graves before our cities would be crowded with Catholics, and the crosses upon the church spires would ornament all our hills—he would have been laughed at, and the thing declared impossible. New England then had no th...

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The Catholics of Hartford, Ct. The New St. Joseph's Cathedral. Corner-stone Laying of the Convent and Chapel. The Procession—A Great Crowd-Imposing Ceremonies—Address by the Rt. Rev. Bishop McFarland—The Donations. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The Catholics of Hartford, Ct. The New St. Joseph's Cathedral. Corner-stone Laying of the Convent and Chapel. The Procession—A Great Crowd-Imposing Ceremonies—Address by the Rt. Rev. Bishop McFarland—The Donations. Ou Sunday, May 18, between ten and twelve thousand persons attended the laying of the corner-stone of the Catholic Convent and chapel of St. Joseph’s Cathedral to be erected on Farmington avenue, Hartford, Conn. Long before the hour of four o’clock, which was set for the commencement of the ceremonies, the avenue and the grounds adjoining the new buildings were tilled with spectators. The weather fully verified the remark of the Reverend Bisliop made a day or two previous, that he trusted in the Lord for a pleasant day. The bright sun was but partially veiled with clouds, the air was fresh and pleasant, and so balmy that none could sutler from cold. All the arrangements had been well carried out. A platform had been"erected near the corner-stone for the use of the clergy....

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Our Canada Letter. Toronto, May 15,1873. A Change of Base. As my readers will see bv the above date of this letter, I have translated my household gods from the capital of the Dominion to the c'apital of the Province of Ontario. But although they stand in this relation to each other as capitals, Toronto is otherwise far ahead of Ottawa. It is the Athens of Canada, and is often called the “ Queen City.” I have been in it but four days, and do not intend to stay much longer, but, during that time, I have bad plenty of leisure to • look around me and take a view of The Population, And visit the chief places which are worth while seeing. As I walk through the streets I am struck instantly with the American character of the people. I almost think myself in some American city; there is the smart, go ahead. “ all right,”mind your own business, clear the way, impudent American jauntiness, and the shop windows have got the ‘ ‘ Yankee notion” look,the newsboys are peculiarly American, even th...

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