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Our New York Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Our New York Letter. New Yore, May 27, 1873. TUe Uew York Police Have Ion" been the object of much anxiety and even denunciation, by a iarge number ol our citizens. The ‘ * force v has onerous duty to perform if it does it well; but, alas, the complaints in many instances are only too well-grounded. That the majority of the force are'men who conscientiously discharge all they are called on to do is undeniable, and, physically, I think they are as fine a body of men as can be found similarly employed in the world. The only body that compares with them in physique is the Irish constabulary. The black sheep of the New York Police are not by any means those in the lowest ranks of the service, but are occasionally found in the most exalted positions. It has been charged that in many cases, the police authorities are directly in league with the greatest pests of society, and that while the officer has grown rich upon a share of ill-gotten gains, the community has correspondingly suffered ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

THE PILOT IS FTTELISHKD BY PATRICK DONAHOE, 360 Washington Street, BOSTON, MASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ARK TO BK ADDRESSED. CONDITIONS. IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers In Boston S3 Ot> * l " six months 1 50 ‘ l u four months 1 OO S iVle Subscribers, by Mall, one year 2 50 " “ •' sixmonths.... 1 25 “ “ three months. 05 Clous of three, or more, by Mall, one year 2 OO “ “ “ “ slxmonthsl OO “ “ “ “ three “ <>o To Ireland ( V. S. postage prepaid) 300 Roston Wholesale Dealers » NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. BER. MOCARY. No. 3 Thatcher ceurt, No. End.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

PRINCIPAL' OFFICES Fall Itlver, Mass.— l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.— M. RINN. New Haven, (oim.-I.HWARI) DOWNES. Providence, IS. I«—ULIJWGHAST A MASON : S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewson street. iVevv York; City.— THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Biooklyn, A'. Y.— M. NEVIN. Albany, i\. Y.— HER. HUGHES, 692 Broadwav Troy, A. Y.-P. J. DOOLEY, 182 River street. ' V.-GEORGE H. HEHS. 5?.. 31 E. Seneca st. 1 I,I —CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. tPCoC * BACKUS, 708 State street, * and No. 19 Park Row. Md.-H.TAYLOR.Bun Ironß'dinß C 1 EVANS* 1 ! CO* ~ H • KRAAIKR ' RAWSON Cincinnati, O.— THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J. I>. WALSH; J .RICHARDS; L ROWLEY Chicago, 111—WESTERN NEWS CO '' ‘ St. Louis, Mo.— PATRICK FOX: ST LOTUS BOOK & NEWS CO. ’ Louisville, Ky.—A. GUNTER ;C.T.DEARINfI Milvvaukie, 1 Vis. —WISCONSIN NEWS CO** WILLIAM ELLIS. w * Detroit,Mich.— J.A.ROYS: MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.— M. FLOOD. St. Jolin, ]Y. it.- ISRAEL J. I). LANDRY* P McCOURT. ’ * Halifa...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. BY .T. S. LEFANU. Author of “The House by the Churchyard,” “The Tenants of Malory,” “ Shamus O’Brien,” Etc.. Etc. CHAPTER yin. % MONICA KNOLLYS. Punctually Lady Knollys arrived. She was accompamed by her nepliew, Captain Oakley. They arrived a little before dinner —just in time to get to their rooms and dress. But Mary Quince enlivened my toilet with eloquent descriptions of the youthful Captain whom she bad met in the gallery, on his way to his room, with the servant, and told me how he stopped to let her pass, and how 4 4 lie smiled so ’ansom.” I was verv young then, you know, and more childish even than my years; but this talk of Mary Quince’s interested me, I must confess, considerably. 1 was painting all sorts of portraits of this heroic soldier, while affecting, I am afraid, a hypocritical indifference to her narration, and I know I was very nervous and painstaking about my toilet that evening. When 1 went down to the drawing-room, Lady Kn...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Striking a Sweet Chord. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Striking a Sweet Chord. We find now and again some strange tilings in the newspapers—we mean strange things with truth iu them, because of all other sorts the newspaper seems to be the natural home. But here are strange, sweet words in the editorial columns of the N. TANARUS, Tribune. Iu the mind of the man who wrote them w r as a lingering ray of a star that sank in cloud, perhaps generations back. And the words must have struck a chord iu the hearts of thousands—a chord that lay unused and unknown —which emitted notes not to be lightly forgotten : For one or two Puritanic centuries w» Americans have flouted the old religious whim of giving to certain times of the year a sacred significance. But lalely it has begun to seem wiser to most thinking people to attach a higher meaning to the days than the fact that they are wash-days for the housewife or the time when a bill falls due to her husband. If by the naming and observance of a certain morning and evening, historical or religiou...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Suppression of Convents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Suppression of Convents. CONNELLAN. Rome, April SO, 1873. Tlie illustrious Monsignor Xardi contributes an article on this subject to the Voce della Verita. The reverend gentleman replies to an article which appeared in the London Times a few days ago. The high talent and superior literary qualifications are well known even far beyond the limits of the Italian peninsula. The article , of which I append a translation, is quite worthy of its reverend author, and f as the questions that are discussed by the great English journal —the Thunderer of Printing House Square—are not at all confined to its columns, but find their way in a diluted form, into a large number of anti-Catholic journals, the reply of Monsignor Xardi has a wider scope than that of mere journalistic warfare. Tlie Times upon tlie Suppression of Convents in Rome. English Protestants say that we Catholics, and, especially we Italian Catholics, are superstitious. They alone behold the sun, we, miserable creatures, walk in ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
HOME RULE MOVEMENT. The Clergy and Home Rule. Declaration of the Clergy of the Deanery of Castlebar. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

HOME RULE MOVEMENT. The Clergy and Home Rule. Declaration of the Clergy of the Deanery of Castlebar. The Catholic clergy of the Deanery of Castlebar, Ireland, have put forth a declaration on the question of Home Eule worthy of the hour and of their own patriotic reputation. .Mr.'A. M. Sullivan lias received the following letter from the beloved and respected parish priest of Castlebar: — The Presbytery, Castlebar. My Dear Mb. Sullivan:—You will confer a great favor by kindly handing in to the Home Rule Association the accompanying resolutions, passed unanimously at a meeting of the clergy of the Deanery of Castlebar some few days ago. I append the names ol the clergymen, with their subscriptions, which I enclose, amounting to £lO. and of which I hopo there will be some public acknowledgment at the next meeting of tho patriotic and respected association referred to—‘ ‘ Buorum pars magna fuisti,” etc. The terms of the resolutions but feebly express the sentiments of priests and patrio...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to jNlay 10. ANTRIM. The Teachers’ Salaries. — The Belfast National Teachers’ Association have passed resolutions stating that no portion of the $lOO,OOO voted by Parliament for increasing thetcachers’ salaries by payments on results, should be distributed on any other principle.— Cork Telergaph. A Novel Wager.—At the Belfast Police Court recently, a gentlemanly-loosing j person was charged with obstructing the thoroughfare, lie was performing on an ; organ which was fixed on a donkey cart, and around him a large crowd had couecir ed. On being brought before the magistrates, he gave his name as John Lotuu, | and stated that he resided in the neighborhood of Navan, and also informed the bench that he had made a bet for a large sum of money tlinl he would support himself for twelve months on • hurdy gurdy performances. Three months ol the year, he added, yet remain. The evidence as to the obstruction not being satisfactory, the magistrates discharged the priso...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Late J. F. Maguire, Panegyric of Archbishop Manning. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Late J. F. Maguire, Panegyric of Archbishop Manning. Archbishop Manning's discourse on the recent solemn occasion of Itequiem Mass for John Francis Maguire, before a distinguished attendance of clergy and laity, was an eloquent and interesting tribute to that true Irishman. We extract the following from the Curl: Examiner, of May G The Archbishop said:—lf there be one thing which, more than another, marks a man out amongst his iellowmen, it is the humility of Christian charity. But the world in its blindness sees not this, such is its judgment. The judgment of the Church is different, and the first shall be last and the last first, and he that ministers to others shall be the chief of all. Dear brethren in Christ, we meet to day to paj‘ a just and due and loving testimony to the memory of a man whom we all loved for his true greatness and true charity. He was a man who loved God and his holy name, who loved his neighbor, and who loved his country. He loved Ins friends and lie lo...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Rock of Cashel. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Rock of Cashel. ALFRED WEBB. The following excellent letter from an Irish member of the Society of Friend has been addressed to the Freeman . Dublin, May 4, 1873. Sir:—lt is much to be deplored that any obstacles should be thrown in the way of Mr. Heron’s bill concerning the Rock of Cashel. It is sorry dog-in-the-manger work to strive to prevent Catholics resuming possession of the Rock, and re-edify-ing the noble cathedral and chapel and round tower. What accouut can we, Protestants, give of our stewardship of those buildings? I stood upon the grass-covered walls of that noble cathedral a few months ago. I turned from the view of the rich expanse of country mapped out below (with splendid ranges of mountains in the distance), to the ruins beneath my feet, and thought of Ferguson’s lines: Was a time when belle were tinkling. Clergy preaching peace abroad, Psalms a-slnglng. music ringing Praises to the mighty God. Kiripty aisle, deserted chancel, Tower tottering to your fall. Man...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Total Abstinence in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Total Abstinence in Ireland. The following interesting report comes from the Secretary of the New York Catholic T. A. Union, who has lately visited Ireland and inquired into the temperance movement there To the President of the Catholic T. A. U. of New Jersey. In accordance with your instructions, I endeavored to obtain a correct knowledge of the prospects of Total Abstinence among our coreligionists In Ireland. I lauded there on Feb. 26. 1873, and found very few parochial Total Abstinence Societies on the plan of our American | societies. In a few places the parish priest has a society. I waited upou the Bishop of Cork and the Bishop of Cloyne, and they both showed deep interest in the subject of our American Catholic T. A. Societies and Unions. On the day Iwas in Cork the Bishop called a meeting to organize a Society in the Cathedral parish. Other parishes no doubt have them by this time, as the feeling was strong in their favor. Cork has largo Total Abstinence Associations, but n...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Close of the Modoc War. Surrender of Half the Tribe. Interesting Details. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Close of the Modoc War. Surrender of Half the Tribe. Interesting Details. An official despatch from General Schofield to the War department oh of May, announced the unconditional surrender of about one half of the Modocs, and the probable end of the war. The news gives great satisfaction to the Presinent and Secretary of War. The captured Indians will probably be treated as murderers and hanged. WHAT THE CAPTURED WOMEN SAY. Artena, Chokus. Long-Legs, One-Eyed Dixie, and two Modoc residents of the ranche last evening interviewed the five women captured by Captain Hasbrouck’s command, and from them gleaned interesting accounts of the Modoc’s operations during the last few months. The captives are Mrs. Warmechel, Boston Charlie’s two sisters, the mother of Black Jim, and one maiden, whose relatives have attained no notable distinction. They report that Shack Xasty Frank, Shack Xasty Jake, ShackXasty Bill, Steamboat Frank', Ellen’s man Hooker. Jim’s father, Boston Xielr, and several oth...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Practical Sympathy. from the numerous friends wlio have sent us letters and subscriptions iu advance. we select the following:— The Pilot iu Elmira, 2V. Y. Elmira, N. Y., May 12, 1873. Dear Sir Enclosed (hid $2O, for Pilot club of this year. Respectfully, Florence Sullivan. Im Raid Mountain, IV. Y. Bald Mountain, N. Y., May 13, 1873. Dear Sir: —Enclosed you will And $33.G0, for 15 subscriptions to Tiie Pilot. Yours respectfully, John Dixon.’ In le lioy, Minn. |Le BOV, Minn.. May, 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed tind $17.60, for’B copies of Pilot, one year, with chromo. Yours truly, P. M. Tigne. In Charlottetown, P. E. I. Charlottetown, P. E. 1., May, 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed find $ll. for 5 copies of The Pilot, with cliromo. Yours. T. O’Connell. In Edfterton, Wis, Edoerton, Wis., May, 1873. Dear Sir :—Enclosed fiud $6.91. making; in all $23.11 that 1 have sent you for my club. Cnromos have been received, which give entire satisfaction. Accept all our thanks lor so beautiful a present. Your...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

BIRTHS. May 3, in Dublin, the wife of Joseph O'Kelly, esq,, of a sou. -May 2 , at Merrion, the wife of P. J. Kellv, of a daughter. May 5, at Castiecomer, the wife of William Murphy, esq., of a sou. May 4, at Tramore, the wife of Joseph A. Walsh, of a daughter. May 3, at Cavan, the wife of Thomas Higgins, of a daughter. April 30, at Cabra, the wife of Simon Mangan, i of a daughter. MARRIAGES. 1 April 30, iuDublln, John King to Maggie, daughter of William Hand. May 6, Samuel Bradshaw- ; Kelly, to Catherine, daughter of Henry Maxwell. 1 April 29, at Glasuevin. William Wakefield, to j Frances Jane, daughter of Thomas Gliddon Bennet, esq., Harrymount, co. Dublin. AprilBo, at Athenry, Bartholomew Keely, Dublin, to Sarah Mary, daughter of the late James Kinneen, Moyvilla. DEATHS. j May 3, in Dublin, Mrs. Mary Collins, aged 90. g. Miss Mary Eliza Delany. i, Robert Alexander Hopkins. 2, James Keating. 4. Denis Down- : lug, aged 73. 5, Richard Aunesley Simpson, esq. j 8, Mrs. J. Brennan, aged...

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Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

MISSING FBI Advertisements under tills I » i«r $l.OO. Th In of The Pil.OT ill every city, tov the Americaut continent, rendei diam through whicli to make In friends. More than tliree-fourt Used for are found. Persons wi advertised can send us §l.OO ei with the advertisement written i hie, so that no mistake may be 11 Persons In England. Ireland. < part of the world, can have th tized by remitting us the price a sovereign an advertisement w seven weeks. There is very litt gold in a letter, if stiched into tween a small piece of card or p Information IV Of William Finnigan, height six feet, fair cornplo sandy whiskers, who left his \ dren, the youngest three years: ten to her since he left, and circumstances, which was hi S is a laborer, and followed thebi man; when last heard from he Mass. Direct to Mrs. Eliza Adams, Mass. Of James Dooley, au i escaped from the Kent count October; height about six feet, and brown eyes; he is 26 vears , ably quiet, hardly ever speakim when ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

DOWN. Of William Henry 0 n native of the parish of Uillsboi sou of Henry O'Doughert.i and (maiden name), who emigrate! about eight years ago; lie is a sh when last heard from, six years leaving New York. lufohuati whereabouts will be received by nah and Margaret O’Dougherty, Box 619. 1 Of Edward Val . Byrni Edwa-d Val. llynie. esq., town county Down, who left home in last heard from, in 1848. he was Information concerning him. dead, will be received by his Val. Byrne. P. O. Box '1197 I Hampshire. Chicago and Western papers ] $25 Reward Will be given for any rel tlon of the present whereabou Maxcs, a native of Muninabr. and a son of Hugh McManus a mack (maiden name). He em two brotliers to near Peterboi in 1847, and for several years : lowed the business of a barber o sippi. Ohio, and Missouri River KM.when he crossed the Plains 1 to California. In 1856 lie wrolt ance of ills in St. Louis. Mo., (j Sacramento, stating that lie w witli an expedition to chastise i Indians. That was the ...

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Source: Boston College
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THE O. U. A. M. THE ORDER FURTHER EXPOSED. “ We Detest the Foreign Element.” Spreading Over the Country. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

THE O. U. A. M. THE ORDER FURTHER EXPOSED. “ We Detest the Foreign Element.” Spreading Over the Country. ffljC plot. BOSTON, JUNE 7, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be ohedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas N. Bukxe. O. P. We have a serious duty to do in awakening tlio attention of our fellow-citizens to tliespread of an organization that aims a deadly blow at the very heart of American liberty. We speak not only to the foreiunborn citizens: it concerns all true Americans as much as it concerns them. It must be crushed out by the intelligence and patriotism of the whole country, and not by any part of it. We have evidence now before us, in the printed objects and principles of the O. U. A. M., showing that the order is spreading in many respects; and we have their own announcements that they mean to spread it over the whole Union. Of course, it appeals at first only to the lowest and most ignorant classes; but the time may come, ii this ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
President McMahon, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

President McMahon, The recognition of an honorable man and a brave soldier by the French people would in itself be a source of pleasure to ourreaders, sympathizing as they do with grand old France. But when the honorable man and brave soldier is a representative of the exiled Irish race, the, pleasure is intensified and joined to pride. McMahon lia,s been wonderfully honored by France; perhaps he is the only distinguished man in the nation who has not reason to complain of French fickleness, lie has been for years the idol of the army and the people; and now he is selected by the intelligent and truly patriotic element of the country to fill the highest office, passing over the heads of the representative leaders of the Assembly, !>’- Aurnalo, Deßroglie, and I)’ Audriffet Pasquier. McMahon was tho only distinguished General who came out of the last war unstained and undisgraced. Others were defeated, and the people would have no more of them. McMahon was defeated and they...

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