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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Obituary. W. Arciidall O’Doherty, esq.—Mr. William Arch flail O’Dolierty died on Saturday evening last, at his residence in this city.' Mr. O’Dolierty’s name, will he remembered by readers of The Times in connection with many valuable and interesting disclosures, concerning the Erie and Great Western Railway Companies. Mr. O’Doherty hud been suffering for some months past from Bright’s disease of the kidneys, and a slow consumption, but it was only within the live or six weeks proceeding his death that his condition was considered very serious. Mr. O’Doherty was born in Londonderry, Ireland, iii August, 1823, and was, therefore, nearly fifty years ot age at his death. lie had resided in this city for the past eight years, having lived previously for three or four years in Cleveland and other cities in the west. Ever since his arrival in this country, tie had been prominently connected with the Atlantic and Great Western Railroad Company, and other similiar interests. He leaves a wif...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Workman and His Brother. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The Workman and His Brother. A few weeks ago we had an article on ‘ ‘ Workmen and Employers,” in which we developed briefly the idea of co-operation among workmen for bther purposes than strikes. In that article we considered the relations between employers and employed; and the doing so suggested to us the necessity of also considering the relations between one workman and another. Stuart Mill says that ctyh individual’s liberty consists in certain restraints being imposed on tbe liberty of others; which is an epigrammatic essay on social and political law or authority. We regret to say that this meaning of liberty is not the one generally held by workingmen; or, if held, it i3 not practically used in times of strike. One of the fundamental principles of liberty Is that each individual may use his talent or his labor in the best way for himself, if not injurious to another. In this country, beyond all others, this independence oi the individual is established. Every laborer can dis...

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Source: Boston College
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A Know-Nothing-Revival. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

A Know-Nothing-Revival. From the Boston Post. j The Boston Post, in the following clear J and forcible words, condemns the secret proscriptive organizations last week exposed in The Pilot Thi: (Boston) Pilot has again investigated the letters of the alphabet In which are shrouded the titles of the Order of American Phcenix and the ! Order of United American Mechanics, with a re- | suit that claims attention because of tbe excellent j authority on which Its statements are based. The exposure of the purposes of tbe former organlzaI tion is made by Tiik Pilot from the revised constitution of the Order, and of die latter from a | copy of the constitution now in force, but iu proi cess of revision. In both cases there Is shown to j be an attempted revival of the mischevious piiuj ciples of the defunct Native American party. The ‘ O. A. P.” has not been unknown in past vears. and seems tu have carefully preserved its theories under the reconstruction which dates about a twelve mouth ago. ...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. Earnest A. Reiter, S. J., Erie, Pa. We observe with deep regret that advices from Erie, Pa., announce the death, on the stli of May, of Itev. Earnest A. Reiter, S. J., well known in Boston as pastor of the Iloly Trinity Church, on Shawmut avenue (formerly Suffolk street), from 1854 to 1870. He was horn iu the City of Amsberg, Westphalen, Prussia, on the lit-h of February, 1821. He became priest in 1840, and enter I ed the Society of Jesus oi* the 2Stli of May, 1850. In 1854, on the 22d of July, he arrived in Boston to take charge of the above German congregation. Father Reiter was noted for his zeal in establishing Catholic schools, of which his success in his first pastoral charge, where he effected the organization of excellent schools for buys and girls, is an evidence. The Sisters of Notre Dame have charge of the gills, and three lay teachers of the boys. Through his efforts, the German Catholics of Boston are now enabled to build anew church, opposite ...

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A Mistake. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

A Mistake. Two weeks ago, we published a letter exposing a brace of swindlers who go about in tlie garb of Catholic priests soliciting contributions. We are sorry to hear that the missionary Passionists, Fathers Pius and Laurence, have been mistaken for the evil doers. We refer our readers to our article, in this number, on “The ; Passionists.” These two poor priests are \ ou a mission for their Order, of which ; Father Pius is a late Superior. Father | Laurence (Kieran) is a gentleman by birth , and breeding, who has cheerfully aban- j doned his worldly position to be a beggar ! for the poor, and a teacher of their chil- I dren. George Francis Train has been ordered ] to an iusane asylum by Judge Davis. Train “ impeached” the Judge before he left the dock '

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Catholic Intelligence. A Catholic Church for the exclusive use of colored people was dedicated at St. Louis on Sunday, May IS. Rt. Rev. Du. Gross, the new Bishop of Savannah, Ga., met with a fine reception in his diocese after the consecration. The friends and parishioners of Rey. H. D. Smith, of Fall River, Mass., have presented him with a chalice worth $lOO. Bishop Graer, of Minnesota, is taxed over two thousand dollars a year on church property, for which he acts as judiciary. Two hundred and fifty children were confirmed by Bishop Williams at St. Mary’s, Cambridgeport, May 20. The St. Joseph Lyceum of Cambridgeport, gave a successful entertainment in their hall on Wednesday evening, May 21. The Catholics of Ayer’s Village, Mass., who have had to attend service in Haverhill and Lawrence, have established a place of worship in that village. The new French Catholic Church at Springfield, Mass., is to be of brick with stone trimmings, with a seating capacity oi 1800. A house of the ...

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Stealing a Poem. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Stealing a Poem. ' Some weeks ago the New York World republished from the Highland Sentinel, of New Jersey, a poem entitled “Golu,” which the World said was “ too charming” to be confined to narrow reading. The poem was signed “By W. L. M’D.,” and with this signature and the World's introduction it has gone the rounds of the press. Whoever “ W. L. M’D.” is, lie stole the poem, which was written, in 1870, by John Boyle O’Reilly, and first publisned in the Christmas number of the Boston Journal An 1871. The N. Y. World makes the following correction :—*• The lauciful and charming verses entitled “Golu,” quoted here two weeks ago from the Highland Sentinel, of New Jersey, in which they appeared with credit to “ W. L. McD.” prove to have been written by Mr. John Boyle O’Reilly, for a Christmas supplement of the Jiost'on Journal, in 1871. The latter gentleman, who is a poet of deserved and increasing reputation, merits fuller justice in the. matter than it is possible to give in a mere n...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Personal. G il moke is to make a three weeks M estem concert trip with his military and orchestral bands. Senator Casseely, of California, has returned his back pay ”to the Secretary of the Treasury. J Letters intended for the Rev J ,j Hayden, formerly of Syracuse \ Y * should be directed to him at OnondagoCo., X. Y. Rt. Rev. Dr. Vaughan, Catholic Bishop of Salford. England, dined by special invitation with the- Queen and Royal Family at Windsor Castle, May 5. Minister Sickles telegraphs that the Spanish government has ordered O’Kelly the Herald's Cuban correspondent, to be forwarded to Spain. On May 4, a Requiem Mass was said for the late John Francis Maguire, and an impressive sermon delivered by Archbishop Manning. A marriage is arranged between the lion. Edward O’Veil, M. I*., eldest son of Lord O’Xeil. and Lady Louisa Cochrane, eldest daughter of the Earl of Dundonald. W. W. Corcoran has given $575,000, which was paid him by the government for 250 acres oi land near Washington,...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Boston and Vicinity. To Mr. George Sennott belongs the credit of discovering that the city of Chelsea has never had a legally established police court. Deaths for the week, ending the 17h, 134; 79 males and 55 females; of consumption, 22; cerebro-spinal meningitis, 8; small-pox,2. James A. Coe, the broker, charged with, raising certificates of railway stock is held in $ 400,000 in the municipal court for his appearance. The amount involved is about $300,1)00. In our account of an accident at the I Charlestown Navy Yard, last week, which resulted in the death of Edward Landrigan, we stated that the deceased left a, wife and five children in destitute circumstances; this, we are pleased to learn, is incorrect; he left but four children, and was in comfortable circumstances. The Burning of Boston has generally been regarded as a great calamity, although the opportunity it has afforded to widen and straighten some of the streets has been thought by some to compensate in some degree. It ...

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Beware of Counterfeits! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Beware of Counterfeits! CJjt plot BOSTON, MAY 31, 1873. The great popularity of Father Burke’s Chromo has induced some unprincipled persons to get out spurious chromos and sell them at a low price. None arc genuine unless those published by Mr. lionahoe. Persons who have not seen rather Burke maybe imposed upon, but those who have seen the great Dominican will . not be deceived. Price Iteilucecl. As we have now nearly supplied our subscribers with the chromo, and in order j to checkmate those who are getting out j spurious chromos, we have come to the [ conclusion to offer thechrouio to non-sub-scribers ior $l, free of postage. The trade furnished at the reduced price

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (eor. of Concord st.), Boston. A Friend $1 00 Benj. J. Harkin & 00 Subscriptions tbankfulb received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and .he prayers of the good Sisters and children dailv ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the support of tiic institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. Tin y must a recommendation trom their parish priest. Roll of Honor—;for Paying the Debt. Thomas Brtphy $ 50 00 James Kelioe 50 00 Rev. ,T. It. McNulty, Dorchester, (not Thomas 1!.. as bejore published 50 00 Dennis O’Brien 50 00 Persons t cho have subscribed to the Roll of Honor till please pay up their subscriptions.at their earliest cosivenience.to Mr. Don Allot;, or the Superintendent. Me. Cullen. Mr. John K. Burke, of North Abington, Mass., is authorized to collect, canvass, and solicit subscribers for The PILOT. He can supply Mr. Donalioe’s public...

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Notes of the Week, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Notes of the Week, AKKESTB in New fork City, last week, 1775; vagrants given lodgings in stationhouses, 2859; deaths, 581: marriages, 183; births, 339; loss irom 1C fires, $20,386; insurance, $54,500. A wretched and degraded woman was murdered in New York lately bv a negro with whom she lived. She was known as Mary Jane Sullivan, and the newspapers use that name in their reports o£ the murder. Her name turns out to be Cad Gibson, a native of Philadelphia, daughter of wealthy parents. We mention this simply to show that poor Ireland gets the discredit of owning many a wretch of whose life and sins she is perfectly innocent The Germantown Ohio poisoning ease is developing into one of the most atrocious cases of heartless wholesale murdering. The necessary papers charging Mrs. Earhart, who is seventy years old, withpoisoningmeinbers of her family, were brought here to-day, together with a cofifee-pot by which they are said to have been poisoned. There are seven members of Mrs. Earhart’...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER, New York, May 20, 1873. Gathering the Fruit of the Last Election I Has been the excitement in municipal 1 politics during the past and present week . In November the republicans carried the State and carried the City, and the longpampered democracy lies low from the Battery to Lake Erie. The republican majority in the Legislature at Albany found the spoils at their feet, and, although there is a bitter feud in the radical camp, the power of public plunder proved amply cohesive. The republicans are, or rather were divided into hostile camps, •respectively owning Reuben E. Fenton and ltoscoe Conklmg, the United States Senators, for leaders. A year ago the Fentomtes seemed to threaten the slim majority of their opponents in the party; but the Conklingites held a number of strong fortresses all over the State, known as Custom-houses and Post-offices. The encounters between the rival hosts at village, town, city and county primaries were sanguinary. Feathers flew in ...

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Van Buren's Defence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Van Buren's Defence. .A. Sharp, Straightforward Letter to .President Grant. “Tlie Accursed malignity and I’nUnllowed Ambition and Vanity of John J«y” he declares at the Bottom of his Difficulty—tetters to Secretary Pisli—An Affidavit. The following is a letter from General Van Buren to President Grant, in defence of the charges brought against him as commissioner to the Vienna exhibition and his associates. The Italics are his own Vienna, April 2G, 1873. President U. S. Grant: — Me. President: —l can scarcely believe that it is your hand that has stricken me down—that it is by your order I am degraded from the position conferred upon 1 me without solicitation on my part, and! the duties of which I so relunctantly as-1 suined—that you destroyed my character and overwhelmed my family with mortification and shame. Through two political campaigns I have at my own expense, and without fee or reward of any kind, given my best efforts to your success, aud eatertamed for you .the highest re...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS, AUSTRIA. A Royal Custom. The ceremony of washing the feet was this year observed'with all due form at Vienna by the Emperor and Empress of Austria. The Emperor washed the feet of twelve old men and the Empress those of the like number of aged women. The aggregate ages of # these old folks amounted, of the men, to 1030 years, and of the women to j 1034 years. Several of the venerable peoj pie were over 100 years of age. i Mercury in tiie Human System. ' Prof. Hyatt delivered a lecture on merj cury in Vienna recently, when he exhibitI ed the leg bone of a man whose death had undoubtedly been hastened by mercury. On striking the hone heavily upon the table. out fell thousands of little glittering globules of mercury—bright metallic mercury—which rolled about, upon the black surface before him, collecting here and there into drops. This mercury had been absorbed during life, undermined the man’s system, and proved fatal to him. The mortality among those who work in ...

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Captain Jack and His Men. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Captain Jack and His Men. A despatch received at Yreka, dated ! Camp Lava Bed, South Tule Lake, May 15, stated that Mason’s and Ilasbrouck’s ; commands had formed a junction near Captain Jack’s last stronghold, and would, in all probability, hem the Modocs in. A second despatch, dated May 16, contradicted the former, and stated'a junction had not been made, and, furthermore that the Modocs had escaped from the stronghold by three different routes, both commands pursuing. Nothing had been heard from Donald McKay's Warm Spring Warriors. At latest accounts the Modocs were encamped on Snow Mountain, twenty miles south of Sorass Lake. Hasbrouck started in that direction on the 16th, and Mason’s I command remained in the lava bed. Mc--1 Kay thinks Boston Charley was killed in j the last tight. It is thought that Mason j will find the Modocs this time. Kings - | bury’s command has been sent to reinforce | him.. | Medical Director Bentlev has furnished the annexed official account of the ki...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

BIRTH. JIASSACHI'SETTS. O’Reilly —ln Charlestown, on Sunday, May 18, the wife of Mr. J. Boyle O’Reilly, of a'(laughter. OBITUARY. Notices like the following are inserted at the rate of 12 lines or under for $1.50. For every additional 12 lines or less, $1.50. Died, in South Boston, Mav 13, of tvphu*fever, Jemmik, only son of Elizabeth and the late James O'Brien, aged 4 years, 9 months ana 18 days. Gone, with the angels bright, To his heavenly home above. Is Jemmle. aur little darling, Whom all admired and loved. Died, in Worcester, Mass., May G, I’atiuck W. Riley, aged 82 years and 2 months, lie was horn in county Waterford, Ireland. His remains were conveyed to Greenfield, Mass., his former residence, and interred in the cemetery by the side of those of his father, mother, and brother, who all died within a few years. He leaves a widow and an infant daughter, a brother and sister. May ills soul rest in peace. Died, April 19, at Zaleski, Vinton co,, Ohio, Mary, wife of James Finnega...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are inserted for SS. MASSACH USETTS. r a of the St. Thomas Mutual fi!.. <-m 1 " t - 5 ' of Brl tigewater. Mass., held Mav 11, adopted l -—' m;? preamble and resolutions were Whereas, it lias pleased Almighty God, in His divine wisdom to remove from our midst our late fijend and brother, John McCounT; therefore, Ti£ € a > /, t i Crf ’ Ti -*n t w,1, 1 e we 1)0,7 in submission to Ills divine v.ill we lament the loss of a warmhearted friend and brother, one who had many qualities that endeared him to us, and we will worth' 1 MS memory aud strlve to emulate his Resolved . That the sympathy of the Society be extended to the family of the deceased, and that we commend them, in this their liour of trail to that never-falling friend who tempers the wind to the shorn lamb. Resolved , That, as a last tribute of respect to the memory of the deceased, we wear crape on our left shoulder for the next three mouths, on publi...

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Extraordinary Scene in England. 60,000 Miners in Line. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Extraordinary Scene in England. 60,000 Miners in Line. MANHOOD SUFFRAGE. A. correspondent writes from Newcastle-upon-Tyne, April 16, as follows: ■More than was predicted—and prophecies were not wanting—has come to pass in this energetic ana ancient town, touching the great Franchise Demonstration and tho Co-operative Congress. Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a resolute, picturesque, and enterprising town. Its population had the blood of the old Scandinavians and Norse £ea Kings in its veins, dashed with that of I’icts, Scots, Danes, Norwegians, and Normans—all tribes capablo of flgb(#ng' on sea or land whatever northward panic, added to native Durham candor and doggedness, and Northumbrian honesty and turbulence. The result is that they are the most spirited politicians and tho best oarsmen in the country. Newcastle—from which it deiives its name—still stands as perfect and strong as it was when warriors ilrst looked out of its portholes, someBoo years ago. Being a sort of fighting capital, ...

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