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Interesting Facts. Growth of the Irish Element. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Interesting Facts. Growth of the Irish Element. It is a matter of deep interest to watch the splendid progression of the Irish Catholic element in the United States. In the face of the miserable cliques which have seized hold of almost every other element. and the spirit of secret organization ■which pervades especially the more ignorant masses of the native American population, the presence of millions of people subject to spiritual direction and averse to all secret societies, is a source of comfort and hope to the friends of the Republic. A few weeks ago we showed that in one New England city—Manchester, N. ll. the Catholic population had increased in 25 years from 400 to 10,000. A New England Protestant paper, the Jfer rimac Journal, said lately:— The growth 0 f Catholicism In New England, though chiefly the result of immigration, is too rapid and too’wouderful uot to attract the attention of all observing minds. Some forty years ago New England was alarmed lest the Catholics sh...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
EDUCATION IN IRELAND. Able Lecture by Father Pius Devine. The Supernatural in Literature——lreland’s Claim—-Religion with Learning. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

EDUCATION IN IRELAND. Able Lecture by Father Pius Devine. The Supernatural in Literature——lreland’s Claim—-Religion with Learning. We have had, within a few weeks, the pleasure of announcing the advent in Bos ton of another of those learned and eloquent representatives of the Irish clergy, Avhom the Old Land is of late so lavish in sending forth to this fresh field. We have reference noAv to the Rev. Pius Devine, the Passionist Father from Harold’s Cross, Dublin, who delivered his first lecture, in the Boston Theatre, on Sunday evening, May 25, liis subject being the very interesting and seasonable one of ‘ ‘ Education in Ireland.” The warmest weather oi the season did not deter a large audience from assembling on the occasion, nor did it disturb their appreciative attention throughout. A number oi the clergy and prominent persons among the laity were present on the platform and in the auditorium. The Reverend lecturer Avas intoduced by Father SlierAvood Healy, Rector of the Cathedr...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Decoration Day. Tire Blne and the Gray. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Decoration Day. Tire Blne and the Gray. By the flow of the inland river, Whence the fleets of iron have fled, Where the blades of the green grass quiver. Asleep are the ranks of the dead; Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the one. the Blue, Under the other, the Gray. These, in the robings of glory, Those, in the gloom of defeat; All, with the battle blood gory In the dusk of eternity meet** Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Under the laurel, the Blue Under the willow, the Gray. From the silence of sorrowful hours The desolate mourners go Lovingly laden with flowers Alike for the friend and the foe • Under the sod and the dew ’ Waiting the judgment day; Under the roses, the Blue, Under the lilies, the Gray. So, with an equal splendor Tliemorning sun-rays fall, With a touch impartially tender, On the blossoms bloomingfor all. Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the judgment day; Bordered with gold, the Blue, Mellowed with gold, the Gray. So, ...

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

Personal. Fr. Ryan, “the poet priest,” is lecturing in the South on his ‘ *impressions of Europe.” Archbishop Purcell, of Cincinnati, has lorbidden the Catholic children to read the hooks of the public library of that city, on account of the immorality therein contained. Rev. Fr. Sheehan, Pastor of St. Patrick’s Church; West Troy, N. Y., and Rev. Fr. O’Reiley, assistant Pastor of St. Peter’s Church, Troy, are about to sail to Ireland on a visit. During the famine of 1846-7 in Ireland, a jury returned the following terrible verdict in a case of death by starvation; “ Wilful murder against Lord John Russell.” The Rev Fr. Ballerini, S. J., editor of the Civilta Cattolica has been arrested at Florence, and sent to Milan. Report says that this arrest was made at the instigation of Prince Bismarck. Columbus O’Donnel, one of the elderly wealthy and influential citizens of Baltimore, died Sunday night, May 25. The deceased was for thirty years president of the old Baltimore Gas Company. A c...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Word to the Wise. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

A Word to the Wise. Of the departure of Rev. Dr. J. D. Fulton, Laptist minister, for anew He'd of labor in Brooklyn, N. Y., The Pilot will make note to the extent simply of pointing, for possible future reference, to the spirit in which he will assume his new duties there. Ilis farewell sermon in Boston on Sunday, May 25, as reported in the Traveller, would indicate that ‘ ‘ Popery ” is to he hi3 chief quarry in the “City of Churches,” we hope with no worse result than has attended his assaults upon it here. His habit has been not more to exhort his own followers than to criticize his neighbors, and that in a noisy and offensive way, better calculated to exasperate than to persuade; and our genial Unitarian friends have replied to him by good matured ridicule, while the Catholics of Boston, yet more severe, have declined to be so much as conscious of his existence, with the happy effect of compelling him to seek notoriety elsewhere. We are confident Brooklyn Catholics need no hint f...

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

Catholic Intelligence. Pentecost— Sunday, June 1. Bishop Williams confirmed 206 persons at the Cathedral chapel o/ the Holy Cross, Boston, on Sunday, May 25. We understand that the feast of Pentecost will be celebrated with unusual pomp at the Church of the Immaculate Conception, Boston. At Mass will be used, for the first time, the gift of Mrs. Robert Mor-‘ ris, a superb suit of red vestments, unequalled in the country. Akkaxgf.ments have been-made for the Eurcliase of the old Shepard Protestant liurch, at the corner of Holyoke and Mount Auburn streets, Cambridge, Mass., the sum to be paid therefor being $20,000. The deed is to bo made to Bishop Williams, and the building is to be altered and used hereafter as a Catholic church. The organ is included in the sale. $24,604 87 was the Faster collection for the orphans in New York City. The Catholics of Chester, 111., are building a large church. The new Church of the Sacred Heart, at Russellville, Ky., was dedicated on Sunday, April 2...

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Source: Boston College
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Pentecost Collections.—--Boston Diocese. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Pentecost Collections.—--Boston Diocese. <r.k pilot. BOSTON, JUNE 7. 1873. The following is the annual statement of tlie returns of the Pentecost Collection, for 1872, in the Diocese of Boston, in aid of the “Fund for the Education and Support of Catholic Students.” The number of students depending wholly or in part on this 1 uml Is now sixty three. Since the last report, the Bishop has purchased for a Diocesan Seminary site, Ally eight acres of land in town of Newton at a cost of 22,000. On this he has paid the sum of $13,000. Churches. Amount. Churches' Amount. BOSTON'. LOWELL. Catli.Chapel..slooo 00 St. Patrick’s.. .$3OO CO St. Joseph's... 481 00 St. Peter’s 152 00 St. James’ 539 00 Im. Conception 170 00 Si. Mary’s 3'B 00 St. Joseph’s.... 100 00 SS Peter* Paul 310 00 Immaculate Gloucester 110 00 Conception.. 328 00 Franklin 48 80 St. Patrick’s... 102 50 HolUston 40 00 Holyltedeemer 270 75 St.Gregory’s,HaStar of the Sea 53 05 verliill 100 00 Assumption... ISI 25 French ...

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Source: Boston College
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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Home for Destitute Children, barrisou Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the [ Borne for all benefactors, living and dead, and j the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ! ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at I the Home. They must bring a recommendation ' from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor trill please pay up their subscriptions.at their earliest convenience, to Mr. Don ah ok. or the Superintendent. Mr. Cullen. liegacy. Mrs. Roger Drury $llO 88 Paying off tUc Debt on tbe Home. Cnurch of the Im. Con., Salem $BO6 00 Cathedral of Ihe Holy Cross 650 00 St. Malaclii,llopklnton 130 00 Holy Redeemer, Hast Boston. 310 85 Star of the Sea. “ "* 70 00 St. Patrick, 8. Haw. and W. Andover. 200 00 St, Charles, Woburn 140 00 The Convention will mee...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Boston and Vicinity. The jury in the Lane inquest has at last returned a verdict. It is, m effect, that the late Charles Lane was shot by some person unknown. A Fair opened at Lyceum Hall, Boston Highlands, on Monday, May 26, to continue two weeks, in aid of Father Ronan’s new church, Meeting House Hill. Barnum gave twenty-nine exhibitions in Boston, sold 216,642 tickets, and received $lOl,OOO. As showing the cost of subsistence, take the big elephant, who wants daily 200 pounds of hay, eight bushels of oafs, and a barrel of carrots. When he slumped in the Back Bay, on the night ot his departure, it took two or three gallons of whiskey to encourage him to proceed on towards Salem. Sad Affliction.—On Tuesday last. Mr. William Doogue, the florist, lost a bright little babe, about one year of ago, by scarletfever, and on Wednesday, accompanied by his wile and members of his family, he proceeded to Middletown, Conn., to place the remains in his lot. While on the way to Connecticut, Sir....

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Source: Boston College
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Modoc Killers. The Offer of the Frontier Scouts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Modoc Killers. The Offer of the Frontier Scouts. The Denver News prints the following letter, which needs no explanation Denver , May 9,1873. Gen. W. T. Sherman. Sir,— We, the undersigned. knowing of the late Indian depredations on the Western frontier, and the probabilities of a genera] outbreak among the prairie tribes, offer our services as citizen scouts. Subjoined are a few names of men who are well acquainted with the country aud Indian fighting generally; but, if you seem fit to authorize our organization, we will place sixty men, more or less, under arms, and guarantee to finish up any tribe against whom we may be sent in a short time,providing the government furnish each man horses, arms, and rations. Yours truly. Frontier Scouts. Samual Roberts, Carl Booth, 11. C. Kane. Joe schroeder, Frank Franklin, Jim Bowers, C. Stanley, Bill Bliley, El Guay , W. L. Colwell, Harry Herbert, Theo. Smith. Jim Hendricks, George Smith, 1 Thos. Taylor, Charley Gardner, I Ed. Lomax. John Parke...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Deaths of Eminent riests. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Deaths of Eminent riests. j It is our sad duty to announce, this week, the loss to Catholicity in America, I and, indeed, throughout the world, of j three well-known members of the Jesuit ! Society, distinguished alike for their dei voted zeal aud learning. In the death of ! Father De Smet the Church loses one of the | most devoted Missionaries of this ceni tury, in that of Father Early, a learned | teacher, and in Father Reiter, a pastor full of zeal and true piety. In these three i names, also the cosmopolitan character o the orders in the Church is illustrated, the first, representing Belgium, the second, Ireland, and the third, Prussia. We cannot this week give more detailed notices of their labors, as Father De Smet’s alone would fill columns, but we shall notice the subject again.

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FATHER DE SMET. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

FATHER DE SMET. The death of Rev. Peter John De Smet, S. J., was announced by a special despatch from Hon. Alexander J. P. Garesche, on the morning of May 23. Father De Smet was horn in Belgium' in 1801, and educated for the priesthood. He was ordained about the year 1820, and joined the order of Jesuits. 'He came to this country in 1821, and two years later joined the Jesuit missionaries from Belgium, who had formed an establishment at St. Louis. At that time St. Louis had a population of only about 5800 people, and the country extending to the Rocky Mountains was unexplored, and inhabited by roaming Indian tribes. It would be impossible for us to sum up all tho labors of this devoted missionary. Tho origin and progross of the, missions and missionaries in the American West were described, in the year 1863, in a preface to the Belgium edition of Father De Smot’s works, written by the Father Edward Terweooren, of the Society of Jesus, in the following words:— I•• Charles Nerincky, f...

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Source: Boston College
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FATHER EARLY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

FATHER EARLY. Key. John Early, S. J., President of Georgetown College, died of paralysis on the afternoon of May 23. while talking to Archbishop Bayley and others. Father Early was born in Fermanagh Ireland, on the firstol July, 1814, and consequently was in hiss9th year. lie came to this country when is years ol' age. and entered Mount St. Mary’s College, Emmittsburg, where he studied about two years, and then he went to Georgetown College, whence, after studyingabout anotherveai, he entered in 1834. the noyitiato at Frederick Md., and commenced his career as a Jesuit. IL- was ordained to the priesthood in 1844, and after passing some six years as a professor of belle lettres in Georgetown College, he entered upon his first mission in Philadelphia. lie was then appointed to the presidency of Worcester College, Massachusetts, where he remained seyeral years. In 1852, he went to Baltimore and built St. Ignatius’Church and Loyola College, adjoining. Here he presided several years, whe...

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Source: Boston College
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FATHER REITER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

FATHER REITER. An Erie, Pa., correspondent of the Pittsburgh Catholic, writing of the funeral obsequies of the Rev. K. A. Reiter, 8. J., whose death we noticed last week, saysHe came to Erie nearly three years ago, and took charge of St. Joseph’s congregration, where he labored with the greatest zeal. His funeral took place from St. Joseph’s Church. Eight Rev. Bishop Mullen performed the luneial rites, assisted by Rev. Thomas A. Casey, Rev. Fathers Brlodyand M’Cabe, with many others of the Reverend clergy. He was buried in a beautiful circle reserved for the clergy, and quite near the tomb where rests the remains of good Bishop Young. Right Rev. Bishop Mullen preached a very feeling sermon on the occasion, and gave a titting and deserved eulogium on the virtues of the deceased.”

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Source: Boston College
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The Atlantic Wreck. Horrors Beneath the Waves. “ The Hill of Death." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Atlantic Wreck. Horrors Beneath the Waves. “ The Hill of Death." A correspondent who has been exploring in the neighborhood of the wreck of the ill-fated Atlantic, tells some horrible stories of what he has been seeing there. The fishermen, it seems, have given the appropriate name of ‘ ‘ The Hill of Death ” to the locality where the greater portion of the victims have been buried, and we are told that the dead lying beneath the sod in the dismal town of Prospect number more than the living inhabitants. The writer says The graves, or trenches, in many eases are scarcely deep enough to allow the coflins to rest more than a few inches below the earth’s surface. Heavy rains have washed away what little eaith covering there was, and to-day there are hundreds of the cofhns exposed to view. In many instances two bodies are crowded into a single box, and in some cases even three; and in order to economize in the matter of space, they are often placed in the trenches two and three deep....

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Source: Boston College
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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Obituary. Death of Mr. Peter Sinnott.— With deep regret we have to announce the death of Mr. P. Sinnott, which took place at the residence of his father, The Abbey, Enniscorthy, Ireland, on Saturday, May 26th. The deceased, in failing health, returned to Ireland a few months since, after an absence of 25 years. lie instinctively turned towards the “old land” when he found disease fastening itself upon him; but medical skill and unsleeping care of the most affectionate of nurses were unable to cope with the malady which was about to consign him to the tomb, though he had scarcely passed life’s meredian. He was born in America in the year 1821, and coming to Ireland, whilst a mere lad entered St. Peter’s College, Wexford. lie then, even at that early age, gave proofs of great ability, and a few years later in the Jesuit’s College Clongowes, bore away from all .competitors \he highest honors of the institution. He then went to Namur to continue his studies, and when vacation time came ...

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Source: Boston College
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PRANCE. Resignation of Thiers. ELECTON OF McMAHON. Not the Slightest Disturbance. A Sense of Security. SPEECH OF McMAHON. The New Ministry. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

PRANCE. Resignation of Thiers. ELECTON OF McMAHON. Not the Slightest Disturbance. A Sense of Security. SPEECH OF McMAHON. The New Ministry. Debate upon the Interpellation of the Government was resumed in the Assembly on the morning of Saturday, May 24. M. Thiers, In accordance with the notice given yesterday by Minister Dufaure, addressed the Assembly regarding the definite esI tablishment of the Republic. His utterances were received with loud cheers by the Left, while the Right remained silent. Upon the conclusion of M. Thiers’s speech, the Assemby took a recess till 2 o’clock, p. m. On reassembling, Casimer Perier, Minister of the Interior, made an energetic speech, upon the conclusion of which the j Assembly rejected, by a vote of 303 against j 318, the simple order of the day. emanat- ! ing from the Left, and supported by the Government. An order oi the day proposed by the Right, declaring that the present form of government was not under discussion, and regretting that the rec...

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Source: Boston College
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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. FRANCE. TUe Memory of Hfiypoleon I. For some reason or other the usual Mass said at the Invalides for the repose of the soul of Napoleon I. was prohibited the other day by the authorities. It was in vain that a deputation of veterans of the First Empire, relics of battalions which entered nearly every capital in Europe, demanded permisson to pay their customary tribute of respect to their dead commander. The reply given by the Governor of the Tuileries was that formal orders had been issued on the subject, and that they could not be infringed. Can it be that these orders were given by the historian who defied Napoleon—the author of “ The Consulate and the Empire”—or by General Ladmirault, the military governor- M. Thiers was in office when_the remains of Napoleon was brought home to St. Helena. By the way, on the anniversary of Napoleon’s death a few wreaths and bunches of violets were laid at the base of the stump of the Vendome column and had a curious effect....

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Queen Victoria has outlived officially twelve of her Premiers.

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