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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

THE PILOT IS PCE-LISHF.D BY PATRICK DOXAHOK, 360 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. MASS., SJ WHOM ALL LETTERS ARK TO BE ADDRESSED. CONDITIONS. IS All CASES IS ADVANCE. I>eUvered by Carriers .In Boston S3 OO “ “ six months 150 “ “ lour months 1 OO SlnuJe Subscribers, by Mall, one year 2 50 “ “ ,l six months.... 1 35 *• “ “ three months. 65 Clubs ol three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO n six mouths 1 OO *. .. it tt three “ «»0 To Ireland ( U. S. postage prepaid) 300 Boston IVliolesah IJtnlers : KEW ENGLAND NEWS C-0., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. BER. McCARY. No. 3 Thatcher court. No. End.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES Fall lllvcr, Mau.-I. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. BINS. Jew Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, li. I—TILLINGHAST .A MASON: S. S. COLLINS, 23 Matiiewson street. City.-TIIE AMERICAN NEWS CO. ,121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. W—M. NEVIN. . risiuoll 1 •—BER. J 1 EGHES.C-92 Broadway v --P.;?- DOOLEY, 182 River street. « 's’ \ .-GEORGE 11. HEES. T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca si. »aSr^- CKXTKAI XE ' VS CO., Baltiinnre, Md.-H.TAYLOH.Bun Ironß'dine tIC EVA^*-Co‘ _ H ‘ KRAMER . KAWSON St. Fouls, Mo.—PATRICK FOX; ST. I OITIS BOOK & NEWS CO. LUUIS Louisville, Ky.—A. GUNTER ;C.T.DEA RING Milwaukee, WIs—WISCONSIN NEWS CO WILLIAM ELLIS. ‘ Detroit. Midi MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St. Joi:n, IV. B.- ISRAEL J. I). LANDRY: p McCOURT. ’ Halifax, W. S.-THOMAS O'CONNER. Clifton, C. W.—TUNIS & CO. Toronto, C. 'IF.—PATRICK DOYLE

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 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,” Ete., Ete. CHAPTER V. A WALK IX THE WOOD. Two little pieces of by-play in which I detected her confirmed my unpleasant suspicion. From the corner of the gallery I one day saw her, when she thought 1 was out and all quiet, with her ear at the keyhole of papa’s study, ns we used to call the sitting-room next his bed-room. Her eyes were turned in tlie direction of tbc stairs, from which only she apprehended surprise. Her great mouth was open, and her eyts absolutely goggled with eagerness. She was devouring all that was passing there. 1 drew back into the shadow with a kind of disgust and horror. She was transformed into a great gaping reptile. I felt that 1 could have thrown something at her; but a kind of fear made me recede again toward my room. Indignation, however, quickly returned, and 1 came back, treading briskly as 1 did so. When I reached ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Literary Items. The Nun oe Ken mare has had her 41 Life of Daniel O’Connell, the Liberator,” republished by the Messrs. Sadlier, of New York. Eleven most valuable and attractive volumes of 4 4 Transactions,” have been published by the Kilkenny and .South East of Ireland Archaeological Society, and its successor, the present 44 Royal Historical and Archaeological Association of Ireland ” since 1819. The volumes are copiously illustrated, and contain many papers of general interest oil the history and antiquities of Ireland, as well as on more distinctively local subjects. A fourth series of the Journal was commenced in 1870, on the assumption by the Society under special Koyal authority, of the title of 4 4 The Rovai Historical and Archaiological Society of Ireland.” In addition to the Transactions, the .Society has also issued one or two volumes of an Annuary; and, since 1868, it has given to its subscribers, under special subscription arrangements, several important 4 4 Annual Volu...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Irish University Bill. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION. The Irish Members are Heard. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The Irish University Bill. IMPORTANT DISCUSSION. The Irish Members are Heard. Wc give the following condensed report of the debate in the House of Commons on Monday, April 21, which contains the reasons of the Irish Members for opposing the Irish University Bill of Mr. Fawcett: — The first business was the University Tests, Dublin (No. 3) Bill, and Mr. Fawcett, in moving the second reading, referred briefly to the present position of the question, and the steps through which the Bill had assumed its present shape. It was with great reluctance that he had reduced it to a mere abolition of Tests, but he had no choice, for without the assistance of the Government it would be impossible for him to pass the Bill this year. Moreover, there was a practical object to be gained in passing the Bill before the next election to Fellowships in Trinity College, and probablv if the College authorities acted with the same sagacity and liberality as heretofore they might draw up statutes which would...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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THE POLARIS. Failure of the Great Arctic Expedition. Death of Captain Hall. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

THE POLARIS. Failure of the Great Arctic Expedition. Death of Captain Hall. The country will hear with feelings of the most painful interest the melancholy tidings of the misadventure of the Polaris, the failure of the great Arctic expedition, and the loss of its heroic commander, Captain C. F. llall, along with, probably, a portion of his crew. It is almost two years since the Polaris left the port of New York on her voyage of discovery to the North Pole, and “ novev,” in the words of her commander. ‘ ‘ was an Arctic expedition more completely fitted out.” The Polaris was prepared for her great work with an unparalleled degree of care and foresight. She wanted for nothing. All that art. and science could provide was furnished, and she set sail under a greater variety of auspicious circumstances than perhaps ever blessed the start of any similar enterprise. Sad to say, she may never return, and the work she undertook to do must be tried over again. Bay Roberts, via St. Johns, N. F.,...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to TSTayr 3. AHTBIM. Tub Cabe of Mb. MacAlkesk.—A great meeting was held in Coatbridge, in favor ol the imprisoned editor, in the Temperance Hell, which was crowded. Mr. Ferguson occupied the chair. The chairman, and Mosers. Nelson and Hogan, of Birmingham, spoke at great length on Mr. MacAleese’s case.— Ulster Examiner. The Hollywood Murderers. Charlotte and Mary Rea, who were convicted of manslaughter, have been removed from the county prison. Downpatrick, for transference to Mount joy county jail, Dublin. Both still maintain their innocence, put admit that they were in Croft bodge at t lie time of the murders. They affirm that two men executed the crime. The Complaints of 111-Treatment. The Dublin Irishman says: ‘lt is to be regretted that some of our contemporaries have written without duo precision concerning the case of Mr. MacAleeso, for they appear to have misled Sir John Cray on some minor points, and thus enabled the Irish Chief Secretary to utter ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous irlencls who have sent us letters and subscriptions iu advance, we select the following:— Tlic Pilot in Claremont, IV. 11. Clakemont, N. li.. May. 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed find $4O, for 20 copies of Pilot for one year, commencing from Jan. 1, 1873. John Shannon. In Spencer, Mass. spencer, Mass.. Mav 13, 1373. Dear Sir Enclosed find $15.40. for Pilot club. This is ouly a part of it. Yours. George D. Moore. In Fairfield, lowa. Fairfield, lowa. May 5, 1873. Dear Sir Enclosed find $17.60, for 8 copies ol Pilot, with chrorno of Father Burke. Yours, Thomas Fogarty. In IVestboro’, Mass. We«tiioro\ Mass., May 12,1873. Dear Sir Enclosed find $ll, which makes lu all $53 for my club. The chromos received are considered beautiful by all. Yours. John Bowes. In Eagle, Wis. Eagle, Wls., May 6. 1373. Dear Sir:—Enclosed find $ll, for 6 copies of The Pii.Ot, with chromo. Yours, Michael Brady. In Clinton, X. Y. Clinton, N. Y., May 5, 1873. Dear Sir:— Please find e...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Protestantism in Connemara. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Protestantism in Connemara. A Dr. Maeauley, who is, if wo mistako not, a Scotchman, and editor ot the Leisure /{°ur having selected Ireland last year as the field of his summer expedition, in search of profitable “ copy,” has succeeded in producing a volume in which he gives English readers the benefit of his brief experience. The book will hardly dispel the clouds with which other writers of similar proclivities to Dr. Maeauley have succeeded in shrouding pimple matters of fact, as the following note, which appears in it, will show In the West of Ireland, even in wild Connemara, where there was hardly a Protestant to be found twenty years ago, I have been in churches flllerf with earnest worshippers. In remote stations I found flourishing churches and schools,—in one placo the minister and schoolmaster, formerly papists, but now the leaders of an earnest Dand of Protestants. It is by the increase of good work like that of the Irish Church missions that the truo progress of Ireland,...

Publication Title: Pilot
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A Significant Letter. The Lute Chief-Justice’s Sentiments of Conciliation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

A Significant Letter. The Lute Chief-Justice’s Sentiments of Conciliation. lii a letter to Capt. 11. 11. Manning, of Charleston, S. C., in response to an invitation, in May, 1809, to attend the decoration of the graves of tho Federal dead near that city, the late Chief-Justice Chase used these words: “And may we not indulge the hope that ere long wo, who adhered "to the National cause, will be prompt also to join in commorating tho heroism of our countrymen who fell on the other side?” This phrase was so objectionable to Mr. J. E. Williams, President of a National Hank in this city, that ho wrote a letter to Mr. Chase expressing his “ painful dissatisfaction” with the sentiment. Air. Chase replied immediately, and his letter, which is as follows, has just been made public;— Kalkigii, N. C., June 10,18.09. Du ah Sir:—l regret that the perusal of my letter to Capt. Manning caused "painful dissatisfaction’’ to you, for I am sure that you nre patriotic and mot intentionally unjust. ’ Do...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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From the Manchester Dally Union. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

From the Manchester Dally Union. OBITUARY. —YVe briefly noticed in Saturday’s issue the death ot Mr. Peter Fahey, after a brief illness, at about 9 o’clock Saturday morning, April 2(1, at the age of 37 years and 7 months, and from Ills general character and prominence as one of our oldest, ablest, and most respected Catholic fellow-citizens, his demise deserves more than a passing notice. Mr. Fahey immigrated to this country at an early age and has spent the last eighteen years of his well-spent life iu this city, most of the time engaged in the grocery business with his late brother-in-law, Mr. Henry O’Niel, but latterly was engaged in the wholesale liquor business. He was a most genial and courteous man, regular and temperate in habits, of keen perceptions, sound judgment, and rare business faculties, and ol the most generous impulses; a warm friend, a dutiful son, and a loving brother, and of exhalted character, and undoubted integrity: his friends are numbered by the thousand, a...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

BIRTHS. April 26, In Dublin, the wife of John Clark, Belfast, of a son. 28, the wife of ,Tohu J. Donegal, of a son. 28, the wife of Cornelius Ledwldsre, of a daughter. April 24, at The Cottage, Navan, the wife of Christopher Mealy, esq., of a daughter. April 23, at Ralhmines, the wife of Denis Morris*)’. of a sou. April 26, at Moukstown, the wife of William O’Shaughuessy, esq., of a daughter. April 24, at Clontarf, the wife of P. II. Prendergast, of a son. April 27, the wife of John J. Yonrell, esq., of Caulstown House, co. Meath, of a daughter. April 26. at Mountview,Glenageary,' the wife of George Fottrell, jun.. of a daughter." April 26, at Lark Vale, Rathgar, the wife of Ernest Mulliu, esq., of a daughter. April 27, at Beachlleld, Clontarf, the wife of R. Deane-Freeiuau, esq., of a daughter. May 1, at Clontarf, the wife of John Maunsell, Jun., esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. April 24, in Dublin, Daniel Hughes, Killyleagh, co. Down, to Sarah Louisa, daughter of the late Williams,...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

MISSING FK Advertisements under this three times for SI.OO. The li of The Pilot In every city, to the Amerlcant continent, rende dtum through wliich to make 1 friends. More than three-four tised for are found. Persons w advertised can send us SI.OO ( with tho advertisement written hie, so that no mistake may be i Persons In England, Ireland, part of the world, can have t! tized by remitting us the price a sovereign an advertisement v seven weeks. There Is very lit gold In a letter, if stiched lnte tween a small piece of card or t C tuition.—To prevent ou friends and others from beco thievish impostors, we would tlsing for missing relatives an may obtain replies from thosi such), before sending them m to require of the absent ones to 1 by mentioning circumstances I equally well known and famll advertising and to the person of is wanted. By following this swindlers will be prevented frot sonptlng tho missing friends,! honest people. Persons requesting inforniath rections in tills depa...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

DOWIf. Of Edward Yal . Byrn Edwa-d Yal. Byrne, esq., towi county Down, who left home ir last heard from, In 1848, he was Information coiceruiug him, dead, will be received by Ills Val. Byrne. P. O. Box 1197 Hampshire. Chicago and Western jrapers fe2s liewaril Will be given for nnv rc flon of the present wlierenbo Manps, a native of Munlnabi and a son of Hugh McManus ; mack (maiden name). He er two brothers to near Petcrbc in 1547, and for several years lowed the busluess of a barber < sippi, Ohio, and Missouri Rivei lSo4,whon he crossed the Plains to California. In 1856 h>- wrot ance of his in St. Louis. Mo., (. Sacramento, stating that lie v with an expedition to chastise Indians. That was the last ne him. He is probably iu or neai Description—about five feet sevc dark auburn hair, hazel colon forty years of age. The aboi clieerfull) given. Address his McManus, Cairo, Illinois. See Sacramento bail]/ Union. CLARE. Of Bridget and Ann ( of Ogonole. county Clare, ...

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THE O.U.A.M. THE ORDER FURTHER EXPOSED! Another Instalment of Names. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

THE O.U.A.M. THE ORDER FURTHER EXPOSED! Another Instalment of Names. ®|t plot BOSTON, MAY 31, 1873. “Let Ireland in America lie faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas N. Borke. O. P. Shame on the man who would seek to establish or perpetuate class disunions in the United States, ‘i The great principle of true Americanism, if we may use the word, is that nu'rit makes the man. It discards ' all distinctions which are purely accidental, and recognizes only such as are personal. It places every man on his two feet, and says to liim: Bo a man, and you shall be esteemed according to your worth as a man; you shall be commended only for your personal merits; you shall be made to sutler only for your personal demerits. To each one according to his capacity, to each capacity according to its works. This is Americanism. It is tlii3 which has been our boast, which has constituted our country’s true glory. It is this which wo have inherited from our...

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The Passionists. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The Passionists. The Congregation of Discalced Clerks of the Holy Cross and Passion of our Lord, usually called Passionists, was founded about the middle of the last century by Blessed Paul of the Cross, recently canonized by Pius IX., and has been approved by Benedict XIV., Clement XIV., and Pius VI. From the life of Rev. Father Ignatius (Spencer), one of the lights of this body, written by Father Pius, also a member, we learn that the Congregation has a peculiar spirit and a special work. Its object is to work, in whatever portion of the Church it may have a house established, for the uprooting- of sin and the planting of virtue in the hearts of the faithtul; and the means it brings to this, in addition to the usual ones oi preaching and hearing confessions, is a spreading among Christians a devotion to and a lively remembrance of the Passion of our Lord. The Passionists carryout this work by missions and retreats, as well as parish work in their own houses. If circumstances need ...

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The German Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The German Persecution. Bismarck is hastening things in Germany-, and we doubt not the German Catholics say with their brethren elsewhere—the harder he strikes the better: he will the sooner expend his strength. The last Jesuit had scarcely departed when another law of expulsion followed, severer than the first. On May 16, the ca ble brought the news that the following Orders ard expelled from Germany :— Firs! —The Redeniptorists or Llguoiiuns. These have five establishments iu Prussia, seven in Bavaria, and lour in Alsace-Lorraine. Second— The Brothers of the Societies of the Mission Priests of St. Vincent de Paul, or I.azarists. who have nine establishments In Prussia. Third —The Brothers of the Christian Schools, with three establishments in Prussia and others in Alsace-Lorraine. Fourth —Tbe Members of the Congregation of the Holy Ghost, with two establishments in Prussia. Fifth —The Brothers of the Precious Blood. Sixth— The School Brothers of the Society of Alary. Seventh— The ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Father Burke in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Father Burke in Ireland. It would seem that even Father Burke is uot “a prophet in his own country.” When he left the shores of America it was with almost national acclamation. When he spoke in our churches or hall, every word that fell from his lips was penned to paper by tbe ready pencils of our shorthand writers. Every day his name headed the columns of the papers of America. But Father Burke can arrive in Dublin with no more enthusiasm excited than a ten line paragraph in a daily paper; and he can preach day after day, and never a reporter .is sent to make even an abstract of his addresses. He arrived in Dublin from Rome lately, and the Dublin Freeman of April 30, thus announced the fact: This distinguished clergyman arrived in town yesterday from Rome, we'are iiappv to state. In invigorated health. Tlie reverend gentleman is announced we understand, to preach to-morrow (the Feast of St. Catherine), in the Church of St. Saviour. Dominick street. We understand that, during tlie m...

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