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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Our Canada Letter. JAY KAY. _ , . , Toronto, Mav 30,1873. Back Again 1 find myself in Toronto. I have just got oft' tlie boat after having a pleasant trip up the St. Lawrence and Lake Ontario, having started from Prescott yesterday morning. I was delayed at the latter place a whole day, hut was not very sorry for it, as the weather during the voyage was all that could be desired, and had I sailed the day before, I would have had the trouble of experiencing the roughest weather of the season. Besides, 1 had the pleasure of taking a run ncross to Ogdensburg. N. Y., which is on the St. Lawrence river opposite Prescott. A beautiful city it is being the episcopal seat of the new diocese of Ogdensburg! Never before did 1 behold such tine streets as it contains I mean those for private residences, which are shaded evenone with wide-spreading maple trees which form regular arches across the road. One would think himself in a park to be driving along them. After leaving Prescott by the steam...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Hot Words from Louisiana. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Hot Words from Louisiana. Gov. McEnerv, in an address to the people of Louisiana, says: ‘‘ It is apparent to yon, as well as to all the people of this Union, that the President is resolved at all hazards and at all costs to sustain by the military arm of the nation, the present usurpation of the State Government, ushered into existence by the midnight order of Uhited States District Judge Durell, executed by United States bayonets, and presided over by Mr. William Pitt Kellogg. You are ordered and required by the President to view with calmness 'and resignation the overthrow of the legal government of your State, elected by you in pursuance to all the forms of law; the displacement of judges, clerks, sheriffs, recorders, justices of the peace, police, jurors, etc., in fact the displacement by force of the whole machinery of Government, State, parochial and municipal. and the installation by force of persons notoriously defeated at the election, and whose only title to office rests u...

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Source: Boston College
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Worrying John Chinaman. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Worrying John Chinaman. Californians, reviving their slumbering animosity against the Chinese, are virulent in their opposition to any further immigration. Further than this, the old ruffianly spirit of abuse seems to be spreading, and the timid foreigners are greatly alarmed. The people of San Francisco, at least, withdrawing their attention from the problem of Chinese cheap labor, are considering John Chinaman as a local nuisance. According to the census of IS7O, there are in Sau Francisco 25,983 Chinese, of whom the greater part are men. The better class of these live comfortably and decently: but the vast majority are housed in close'quarters. Their home education has not been favorable to tine ideas of cleanliness; and they have come from a land where a teeming population divides living space into the smallest possible individual allotments. Whatever maybe said of the diet of the Chinese in America, it must be confessed that their domiciles and dormitories, where they have thei...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE PIT IS PUBLISHED 1 PATRICK DO? 360 'Washington S BOSTON. ]VT TO WHOM ALL LETTEItS AUK T COSDIIMS, IS ALL CASi Delivered by Carriers In Bosto “ “ * slxmor “ “ four nn 8 nvle Subscribers, by Mail, on n “ sli

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES Fall Itiver, Mass.—l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass —M. RINN. Jew Ilnven, Conn.-EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. I —TITLinghAST A MASON: S. S.COI.i '■ Mathews on street. V?r,r , c\UOQ. MERICAX NEWS \ -|V * li. NEVDf. rpi - 3 *-• PER. HUGHES, 692 Broadway 182 !J lvcr Street. Os« tc°, A. \.—GEORGE H. lIEES. Hillflnuti-i', MiI,—H.tATLOB.Sud Ironß’dine EVANS i co! “ • KRAMER . RAWsoS^ St. Louis. Mo. —PATRICK FOX; ST. I OUTS BOOK i NEWS CO. UUla LouisviIIe,Ky.—A.GUNTER;C.T.DEARING U NEWS CO. Yi lI.LIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Mich..—J.A. ROYS: MICH.NE WS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St. John, IV. 11.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY- P. McCOURT. ' ’ * Halifax, \. S.—THOMAS O’CONNER. Clifton, C. W.-TUNIS & CO. Toronto, C. IV.—PATRICK DOYLE

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UNCLE SILAS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 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,” Etc., Etc. CHAPTER XI. A CUKTOUS CONVERSATION. We each had another cup of tea, and were silent fora while. ‘‘ We must not talk of ghosts now. You are a superstitious little woman, you know, and you shan’t be frightened.” ' * And now Cousin Monica grew'silent again, and looking briskly around the room, like a lady in search of a subject, her eve rested on a small oval portrait, graceful, brightly tinted, in the French style, representing a pretty little boy, with rich golden hair, large soft eyes, delicate features, and a shv, peculiar expression. s “It Is odd; I think I remember that pretty little sketch, very long ago. I think 1 w T as then myself a child; but that is a much older style of dress, and of weariug the hair, too, than I ever saw. I am just forty-nine, now'. Oh dear, yes; that is a good while before I was born. What a strange, pretty...

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Celtic Treasures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Celtic Treasures. Tbe following article from the Daily News (London) of the Gth of May, will possess considerable interest for our readers. While it is somewhat marred by the ill-natured and anti Irish remarks of the writer, its peculiar interest shines through in spite of all this. It shows, beyond question , what has been frequently' attempted to be shown before, that Ireland is rich in the relics of a very distant antiquity, and that the light of art and science illuminated the * 4 Island of Saints,” when the other countries of Europe were overrun by the semi-barbarism, and covered with the darkness that ensued on the fall of the Homan Empire. Appearing in the pages of a journal rather celebrated than otherwise for its opposition to Ireland, this testimony to the excellence of our Celtic treasures has the greater value The Thirty-fourth Annual Report, recently issued by the Deputy-Keeper of the Public records, ought to remove at least a*large part of the old reproach that, as a n...

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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, in the Clerk's Office of this District of the United States, for the Eastern District of New York. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, in the Clerk's Office of this District of the United States, for the Eastern District of New York. BY LAFFAN. Drody.—This is an Ulster name. Samuel Drody, esq., was the ancestor of the Drodys of Sandwich, Mass. lliggins—Higginson.— I These are Celtic names, found in many parts of Ireland. An early settler in Eastham, Mass., of Celtic origin was Deputy Richard Higgins. He died in the latter half of the 17th century. He had many descendants . Butler. —This is an Anglo-Irish name. Notices of many eminent Irish-Americans of the name have already been given by us, in our Records of Irish-American Patriotism, chiefly of representatives from Pennsylvania and tlie,Carolinas. The New England Butlers generally claim to derive from Pilgrim stock. There were undoubtedly early settlers of the name in Massachusetts, whohaiied directly from England. Lewis .—This is an Anglo-Irish surna...

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Literary Items. Mrs. Grote’s “ Personal Life of George Grote, the Historian, illustrated by numerous letters,” is attracting unusual attention in England. The English papers are quoting from another contribution to the Dame Europa literature of which The Pilot has already given place to specimens. The latest contribution is entitled ‘ ‘ Another Row at Dame Europa’s, Showinghow John’s Cook made an Irish Stew, and What Came o*f it.” The publication of Mr. J. 11. Burton’s new edition of his ‘ ‘ History of Scotland,” has begun with spirit. The second volume has just appeared. Eight volumes will complete the work, which relates the story of Scotland, from the invasion by the Romans, under Agricola, to the extinction of the last Jacobite Insurrection in 1745. The London critical journals highly commend M. Guizot’s “ History of France, from the earliest times to the year 1789,” the second volume of which has recently appeared simultaneously in London and Paris, the English version being em...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to May XT'. CORK. Cork Otster Fisheries. The Dublin Gazette states tliat the Privy Council have sanctioned an order ot the Fishery Comniissioners, lor fishing in Bandon river or Kinsale harbor lor oysters ol less dimensions than three inches. Charitable Bequests.—Notice is given that Honorah Mountjoy, widow, has bequeathed certain monies in the Savings Bank, to the ltev. J. Fleming, of George’s street, Cork, Roman Cathoiic clergyman, lor that and religious purposes, including £5 to the Catholic Bishop, towards the ornamenting ol the Cork Catholic Cathedral; £5 to the St. Vincent de Paul Society; snme to Christian Brothers of the North, Cork; same to Parish Priest ol St. Finnbarr’s Catholic Church; same to the nuns of Sunday’s Well; same to the Cork Orphan Society, and £3 to the Sisters ol Charity—. Cor)c Telegraph. Mr. Munster and the Home Rulers.— A meeting ol the Liberal electors ot Mallow, was held May 15, at the Victoria Hotel , Cork, lor the purpose of ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. Irish national Exhibition.— The Irish National Exhibition opened May 14, to the public for the season. Daring' the winter months every care has been lavished upon ! improving the interior and in rendering I the Palace most attractive for the summer. The Loan Museum will, of course, attract most of the visitors to the Exhibition this year, and it is a collection which has never been equalled in Ireland.— Cork Telegraph . The Irish Juries’ Act.—The Dublin Freeman's correspondent says:—There is a rumor afloat to-day, that the committee on I the Irish Juries’ Act have it in contempla- j tion to advise the Government to insert a temporaryprovision.in Lord O’llagan’s Bill whereby the qualification of jurors shall be I raised say from 20 1, to 301. and upwards. The object of this will be to secure an im- mediate amendment to the bill, to which lew people will object, for 9uch a provision in no wise affect the fundamental principles of the measure; and if the rumor be correct...

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“A Lesson for Ireland.” An Irish Response to the Pilot. Emigr ation from Belfast. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

“A Lesson for Ireland.” An Irish Response to the Pilot. Emigr ation from Belfast. AVe take the following excellent article from the Cork Daily Telegraph, of May 12 Under this heading we published an extract from an article taken from The (Boston) PiLOT.eoutaining a lesson which it will he well for Ireland if it receives careful consideration. The subject of the article in question is that of emigration, and the writer simply places side-by-side parallel cases of emigrants arriving in America from the old country, one party coming from England, and another from Ireland. A great movement has lately taken place in Groat Britain regarding the necessity of offering inducements to tlie surplus population to seek homes in the far West, where the land is only waiting to be cultivated, anli where Naturo smiles in her brightest manner. Statesmen have joined in carrying out the idea, for they are only too willing that many thousands of the most loyal, industrious, and persevering of the agricu...

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“More Irish Prosperity.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

“More Irish Prosperity.” With great pleasure we publish the fol lowing letter from a Protestant gentleman whose opinion is worth much on any Irish question. The writer, Mr. James Alexander Mowatt, has become an acknowledged authority on Irish matters, though he has been but a short time, and only at intervals, known to the American press. On whatever subject he has written, he has displayed much knowledge and good sense. The following is a very interesting letter To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir:—On page 5, of your issue for May 1. you give a paragraph from the Tuam Herald, Cos. Galway, under the above heading, setting forth how the people are leaving that district daily, for America. And it winds up by saying that ‘ ‘ labor is enormously dearf ’ and that “ no good working man can be obtained under 3s. a day.” Permit mie to say that I consider this is a proof of real Irish prosperity. Taking the value of 3s. in Tuam and in any part of America, and it is fully equal to $2 a day i...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Notes of the Week. In Dublin a portion of the regular city fire brigade is set apart for fire escape duty solely. Throughout the entire nights of the year these fire-escape men occupy positions right in the public streets, with their tall telescope escapes, ready to rush off to any burning premises, on the first alarm being given. The escapes are well constructed, and will reach to the fifth story of a building when fully run out. The occupants of any house on fire will, as a rule, be rescued by these fire-escape meninafeY seconds after their arrival. The utmost confidence is placed in them, and this public trust in their promptness and exertions has seldom been disappointed. Blind.—A most touching story comes to us in a Western exchange, concerning a lady in Kentucky, who was stricken with the sudden failing of the optic nerve, and was told that she could not retain her sight more than a few days at most, and was liable to be totally deprived of it at auy moment. She returned to he...

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Beardless Boys with Loaded Pistols. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Beardless Boys with Loaded Pistols. The entire handiness of having a loaded pistol in your pocket was illustrated again lately, in Brooklyn, by a young gentleman of twenty, who shot ' and instantly killed his mother. The young man intended to kill someone else, to wit, a person of about the same age, who was intoxicated and also armed with the always handy revolver. Two young men of the mature age of twenty, one of them intoxicated, both armed with revolvers which they had drawn upon each other with murderous intentions, the mother of one of them while attempting to separate the combatants shot dead by the pistol of ner owu son—picture at once graphic and ghastly of a condition of society in which youthlul precocity is so rapidly developed in the direction of brutality and sensual indulgence, that the beardless boy lays aside his top for a revolver and is graduated from the play-ground to the groggery and brothel. It’s such a manly thing to carry a revolver; it adds so much to one’s...

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Wonderful Emigration. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Wonderful Emigration. The jV. Y. Herald makes a grand estimate, based upon the seventeen thousand emigrants that landed at Castle Garden last week, and from its figures it appears that an enormous supply of wealth is weekly flowing in which is not reckoned into each census, or at leust receives no classification there. The honest productive labor of such a multitude, sufficient alone to colonize a State if settled in one locality, is an addition to onr industrial strength that no figures can adequately set forth; while, at the same time, it is no poverty-stricken horde, with empty hands, that makes this peaceful invasion. On an average, each emigrant brings a starting capital of $ 100 which the country gets the benefit of. This immediately increases the national source of revenue by almost a million and three-quarters as soon as the seventeen thousand have landed. But counting in their labor, which must be estimated at the value of a thousand dollars each at least, and there remains...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

BIETHS. May 15, at Dublin, the wife of a son. 9, the wife of P. J. O’De 12, the wife of Frank Bradshaw, May 12, at 9 Palmerston road wife of Thomas Frye, esq., of a May 11, at Staleen Cottage, 1) of John M’Cullagli, esq., of a da May 12, at Tunbridge Wells, Sangster, of a daughter. M ay 12. at Kldhrooke, Blackh the Rev. W. 11. Woodman, of t May 13, at the Mall, Roserea, Daly, esq. .her Majesty’s Inlanc rath, Queeu’B co.. of a son. May 10, at 5 Prince’s street. Janies J. Long, esq., Tralee Ch May 9. at Garra House, co. of John Nolan, esq., ofa daugl; marbiag: May 15, at Dublin, Thomas i Miss Kate Donnelly, both of ] l3, James K. Kelly, esc; Jervis street Hospital, to Annie ter of George Morrogh, esq. Surgeon-Major, her Majesty’s V May 12, at Westland-row, Dai barrister-at-law, co. Dublin, to second daughter of Edward ] The Crescent, Limerick. May 8, at Luggacum, Mr. M Ballyadams, Queen’s c0.,t0 daughter of Thomas aud Anm place. May 12, at Bray, Daniel, yc Roche, esq., to Mary J., eld...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under this head are inserted three times for gI.OO. The immense circulation j of The Pilot in every city, town and hamlet on tile Americant continent, renders it the best medium through which to make inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us §l.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible,so that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their friends advertized by remitting us the price in gold. For halj a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if stiched into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Caution.—To prevent our numerous Irish friends and others from becoming the dupes of thievish impostors, we would advise all advertising for missing relati...

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