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

Demur. Of Edward Val . Byrni Edws*-d Val. Byrne, esq., town county Down, who left liome In last heard from, tu 1848, lie was Information concerning him dead, will be received bv hits ) al. Byrne. P. O. Box 1197 1 Hampshire. Chicago and Western papers ] Of William Henry c a native of the parish of Ilillsbo son of Henry O'Dougliertv and (maiden name), who emigrate about eight years ago; he is a sb when last heard from, six years leaving New York. Informati whereabouts will be received by nah and Margaret O’Dougherty. Box 619. ' $25 Reward Will be given for :inv re: tion of the present where'abou Mancs, a native of Muninaba and a son of Hugh McManus a mack (maiden name). He em two brothers to near Peterboi in 1847, and for several years : lowed the business of a barber o 6i£pi, Ohio, and Missouri River 18o4,when he crossed the Plains 1 to California. In 1856 he wrote ance of his in St. Louis. Mo., (J Sacramento, stating that lie w with an expedition to chastise i Indians. That was the ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Sympathy with “The Pilot." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Sympathy with “The Pilot." We have received the following evidence of kindly sympathy from the Catholic Temperance Societies of Massachusetts, lately in convention in Boston Bosto.v, May 30, 1873. : Patrick Donahoe, Esy. , . ! Dear sir:— At the Annual Convention of the Massachusetts Catholic Total Abstinence Union, held this day, the following preamble and resolution —presented by Messrs. O Kane and Naphen were unanimously adopted:— Whereas, The Pilot, the special organ of Catholicity in the City of Boston, and the supporter of our faith throughout the entire country, has suffered severely by the two great tires of last November, as well as by that which visited our city this day: therefore. Resolved, That we. the delegates of the Massachusetts C. T. A. Union in convention assembled, do hereby tender our heartfelt sympathy with Mr. Donalioe'in his many and great misfortunes, and our hopes that ere long he may, with the Divine help, recover from his losses, and long continue to keep ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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The Fire. Our Last Burning Out. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

The Fire. Our Last Burning Out. When ;i Fire comes to Boston nowadays it j;oes looking round all tlie corners tor irsoid friend, The Pilot. It is evident th.;: the Fire ha a rare appreciation of a good newspaper and a good companion to pi\ss a brilliant hour. On Friday, May3oth, we were in no mood for having a ‘ ‘ roaring time,” even with such a sparkling visitor. We were only recovering from the friendly tribute he paid to us seven months ago, at which time he came to see us twice in a week, I and went over our establishment with the familiarity of our old friend. On his last appearance in Boston our business was carried on in four different offices in the city,—our Pilot printing office in Province street, our money-order offiee in Temple place, our retail and wholesale stores at 360 Washington street, and our new Pilot building on Boylston street. The last great fire commenced in the establishment of Haley, Morse and Bovden, Washington street, opposite our store, and very soon ju...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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THE O.U.A.M. A Letter from a Member. Are Irish Societies Proscriptive ? A Communication. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE O.U.A.M. A Letter from a Member. Are Irish Societies Proscriptive ? A Communication. “ Americans every where feel tHe insidious influence of the foreign element j they detest it, are anxious to prevent its increase, anil retard its further l*rogress.’»— The American Journal , Devoted to the Interests oi the 0. U. A. M.. May 1 1873. “At the present time, the weekly accession to our population by arrivals from the various countries of Europe is about 20,000, and the aggregate for the year bids lair to be at least 500,000.” We t ake this extract from the leading article of a respectable daily paper, that further says The prejudice of former days against foreign immigration, as being a burden upon the country and a prolific source of pauperism and crime, lias pretty much died out in the public mind. Every one of tlie new comers brings with him more or less ready means, and careihl and extended inquiries have led to 1 lie conclusion that the amount of money in specie or specie fuuds ...

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

we advise them by every fair means to I oppose and expose its workings. Tlie best i way to do ibis is to bring it immediately to tlie notice of the intelligent and liberal - minded public, and to make sure of the sentiments of every candidate for office. No man should be supported who does not openly condemn proscriptive organizations. At all the police stations of IJoston the notices for meetings of the O. U. A. M. are regularly distributed among those of the members who belong to the Order. We have been called upon by many of the police officers of the city (native Amercans), who protest that they are not members, and who rejoice that we have exposed the nefarious plot. The Annual Session of the Massachusetts State Couucil of the O. A.P.was held at Lincoln Hall, 289 Washington street, Boston, on Wednesday, May 21. When the proper time comes round we will ventilate the proceedings and the persons present. The O. U. A. M. intended to have a grand march iu Boston, on Monday, June 2, ...

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Bismarck Playing Pilate. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Bismarck Playing Pilate. The celebrated act o/ the Roman'Governor of Judea when he consoled hlraself by washing his hands and giving up Ills sacred victim to the will of the Jewish people, has, in a measure, just been imitated by Prince von Bismarpk. In a debate in the German Parliament, a few days ago, the Chancellor of the Empire was accused of having fulfilled a prominent diplomatic position in the seizure of Rome by the Italians. The pride of Bismarck was offended, and he denies the imputation iu the following terms ‘ ‘ I should likewise confute the assertion of the honorable speaker, namely, that scarcely were the tirst battles gained over France, when the Government assumed a hostile tendency towards the Pope, a friendly tendency towards Italy, and that it excited Italy to possess itself of Rome. We must oppose this assertion, because it is contradicted by what you may read iu the Acts of the French Government of the National Defence. . . . We were likewise on bad terms with t...

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Who Will be Chief Justice? [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Who Will be Chief Justice? The Tribune says that President Grant has already made his choice, and that At-torney-General Williams is the man; the Nation says the President has offered the position to Mr. Roscoe Conkliug. The other names spoken of in coimection with the office are Charles O’Conor, Reverdy Johnson, Henry A. Stanberry, of Ohio; Jeremiah S. Black, of Pennsylvania; exJudge Curtis, of Boston; and William M. Evarts of New York. “Nobody ought to have the place who does not add popular confidence and respect to well-earned fame as a lawyer,” says the Nation, and we endorse the sentiment. Nearly all those named for the office are eminent men, who deserve well of the country; hut to us the first name in the list is that of Charles O’Conor. We are not blinded by any special reasons when We make this selection: but we take Mr. O’Conor as an American lawyer and, gentleman, and we can find none above him. He would fill the dignified office in a manner befitting the successor of Ta...

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The Ritualists and the Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

The Ritualists and the Catholic Church. We liave not unfrequently said what were our thoughts and feelings with regard to the Ritualistic Episcopalians. They are, in matter oi principle, no nearer the Church than the Parkerites or the Mormons; hut, from another point of view, they may he doing- a providential work, both in this country and in England. With them, no doubt, forms go for too much, and they make a sorry work of it when they endeavor to imitate us Catholics. But Moxsignor Capel lias led us to view them in anew ln his preface to Father Bagshawe’s ‘ 1 Threshold of the Church,” mentioned in our “Literary Criticisms,” he says: “It is certain the High Church party is preparing thousands whom we could never reach for submission to the Church. To the High Church party is due the honor of carefully administering the Sacrament of Baptism, of teaching more accurately the doctrines of the Incarnation, of Grace, of Justification, and diffusing a confused knowledge of the Real Presen...

Publication Title: Pilot
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HOME RULE. Lecture by Rev. Pius Devine, Ireland’s Cause for Agitation. Fenianism Denounced. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

HOME RULE. Lecture by Rev. Pius Devine, Ireland’s Cause for Agitation. Fenianism Denounced. Another interesting and eloquent lecture was given at the Boston Theatre on Sunday evening, June 1, hy Rev. Pius Devine, the Passjoiiist Father from Ireland, whose name has already become somewhat familiar to our readers. The audience was large and attentive as before, while the subject, “ llonießule in Ireland,” and the able exposition it received at the hands of the distinguished speaker, excited even more enthusiasm than the last. TILE LECTURE. Ladies and Gentlemen.—The subject which I have chosen to! present to you to-night is one which has of late come before the tribunal of public opinion with more than ordinary prominence. We have had various systems proposed and as often rejected, for the adjustment of the differences which have become old and chronic between Ireland and the country that claims her subjection. All these plans have been taken up and set aside at one time or another, so...

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

Personal. A sox was born to the Crown Prince of Hesse-Darmstadt, on the ‘2Bth of May. On the same day Prince Frederick of that house was fatally injured by a fall from a window. The humorist of the Danbury News sensibly declines an invitation, backed up by abundant shekels to go to Gotham. He says New York like fresh oranges, but it very quickly sucks them dry and throws them away. The Pittsburg Commercial thinks that while there is some doubt about Train’s insanity, there is no doubt about his being a fool. The Commercial evidently never drove a business bargain with the Coming Dictator.—A. Y. Com. Adr. Charles Sumner was going to have a clerk of the Senate expelled for calling a member a son of a gun;” but Nye saved that clerk s head by assuring Sunnier that the objectionable phrase was emnloved as a term of endearment out West. * Gen. Sheridan, speaking of the late raid into Mexico, said: “The Bio Grande is is such a crooked river, vou know that McKenzie probably couldn’t tell wh...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Boston and Vicinity. The area burned over in the late fire in Boston, comprised 82,000 square feet, or nearly two acres. The commissioner of pensions has appointed Dr. Hugh Doherty a member of the board of examining surgeons for this city. The deaths for the week ending the 31st, were only 128—males 72, and females SG; of consumption, 30; of cerebro spinal-men-ingitis, 4. Thomas Mailer, who was shot by Frank Shalder, on the corner of Portland and Chardon street, on the evening of May 3, died at the City Hospital, on the Ist. On Decoration Day, in Chelsea, Mass , our friend, Major W. H. Hodgkins, delivered a very eloquent oration. A pressure on our space prevents us giving a long extract. A close observer in Boston says:—“From six o’clock till eight in the morning about half of the men wayfarers smoko clay pipes. Gradually, as'the sun gets up the pipes change to brierwoods, then meerschaums, and, at last, when State street becomes crowded, cigars prevail. The time of day can be deter...

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Literacy Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Literacy Criticisms. The Catholic JFor-'t ftn-June, besides sev • oral stones, has an fiflmirable dissertation on the great Dominican orator, Jerome Savonarola. a continuation of Dr. Parsons’ elegant version of Dante’s Purgatorio a thoughtful paper on the Social Restoration of France, and other contributions of equal interest and value. Tun Catholic Record, m may. Philadelphia: Hardy & Maliony. The Catholic Record is full of interestin'* matter. Besides the novel of Laalv Fullerton, of which we have the •’amfiiiiuation there are in this number some excellent short stories, some pieces of verse, an exposition of the unfair management of the Philadelphia House of Refuge, and a sparkling article on 41 the Origin of Man and his place in Nature,” in which the author ably aud wittily shows the absurdity of the Darwinian theors', that men are developments of monkeys and tadpoles. The Threshold of the Catholic Church. A Course of Plain Instructions for those Entering her Communi...

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New Pilot Building. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

New Pilot Building. In two or three weeks, all our business will be concentrated in our new building £7lsoylston st. Our bookstore an d Pilot Office are there now % | U BOSTON, JUNE 14, 1873.

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Our Chromo. Wo have completed our great task of sen dine olTthe Ckromo to our regular sub-scribers-tkose who have paid $2.20 (for clubs), and those who have paid $2.70 (for single subscribers). In the future, all new subscribers will receive the Ckromo with their first paper. There will be no more delay in mailing. Anv of our regular subscribers who have not received the Ckromo will please write ns at once. There was some delay in forwarding the Chroino, which we could not possibly avoid. AH is now right. eop :sthp Prices of Frames for Father Burke’s Cliromo. IW inch Black Walnut, with 1 iuch Gilt Strip &iide $3 oe Inch Black Walnut, with \ inch Gilt Strip inside 3 75 2 y, iucli Black Walnut, with % inch Gilt Strip inside.. *. 4 50 inch l’lain Gilt Frame t 00 2 Inch Ornamental Gilt Frame 575 2X “ “ “ C5O Price of the Ckromo to non-subscribers .... 2 50 All of the above are of the neatest patterns of mouldings, and show the Cliromo to the best advantage. tf

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Beware of Counterfeits! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Beware of Counterfeits! The great popularity of Father Burke’s G’hromo has induced some unprincipled persons to get out spurious chromos and sell them at a low price. Xone are genuine unless those published by Mr. Donahoe. Persons who have not seen Father Burke maybe imposed upon, but those -»Yho have seen the great Dominican will not be deceived. Price It educed. As we have now nearly supplied our subscribers with the cliromo, and in order to check mate those who are getting out spurious chromos, we have come to the conclusion to offer thechromo to non-sub-scribers tor $l, iree of postage. The trade furnished at the reduced price

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Dome for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Dome for Destitute Children, Burn son Avenue (cor. of Coucord si.), Boston. 31aui ice Geary , Mineville, Essex Cos., X .Y. .$1 00 Subscriptions thankful!} received, quarterly Masses are said in the "Chapel of the Dome for all benefactors, living and dead, and tbe prayers of the good Sisters and children daily asreud to heaven for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children wilj apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor — fo/‘ Paying the Debt. Te/AtvW<rAo have subscribed to the Roll of liquor rill please pay up their subscriptions,at their earliest Convenience, to MR. Doxahoe, or the Superintendent, Mr. Cullek. Paying off the Debt on the Home. Cuurebof the Im. Con., Salem $BO6 00 Cathedral of (he Holv Cross 650 00 Si. Malacbi, Hoplduton 130 00 Holy Redeemer, East Boston 310 85 Star oi the Si a. “ “ 70 00 St. Patrick, S. Law. and W. Andover. 200 00 St, 1 bailee, Woburn 140 00 Im....

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Ordinations. List of Seminarists Promoted to Orders at St. Joseph's Provincial Seminary, Troy, N. Y., June 6 and 7,1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Ordinations. List of Seminarists Promoted to Orders at St. Joseph's Provincial Seminary, Troy, N. Y., June 6 and 7,1873. lit. Rev. E. P. Wadharos, of Ogdensburgli. was the Ordaining Bishop. The ordination retreat was preached by Bev. Sherwood llealy, Hector of Boston Cathedral. WERE ORDAINED PRIESTS. Bets. Edward T. 3leGlnley,l Michael \V. Newman, | Archdiocese Ed ward .1. O’Gorman, i- of John B. Salter, | New York. Owen Smith, J John J. McDonald, 1 Kieliard W. Meehan,', Diocese of LukeG. O’Reilly, , Albany. Thomas P. Walsh, J John J. Donnelly, ] Walterß. Golden. Thomas A. Hendrick, ! Diocese of RocliWin. Mulheron, f ester. George J. Osborne, I Hugh F. Rafferty, J John a. Mulcaliy, Diocese of Hartford. John Michaud, Diocese of Burlington. WERE ORDAINED DEACONS. Kevs. Jo'nnS. Colton, ] John F. Fitzharrls, ! Archdiocese of Wrn.J. Foy, j New York. John J. Rlordan, j Patrick Bradv. 1 Lnke G. O'Reilly, >Diocese of Albany. Michael Clune, ) James J. Chittick. ) n i , . , „ , Joh...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, June 3, 1873. Boston Again Ablaze, With a high score of loss against the Pilot office, and a scorching administered to the new Pilot building was an announcement that I confess rather startled me. Thank God it’s no worse, said Ito myself, when I read the news. Then I could not help smiling; for I remembered how the Pilot after its second cremation last year mingled a highly comic disgust with its protestations of pluck undying and purpose unalterable. I remembered picking up papers from all parts of the country, quoting the Pilot's declaration that after two fires in a month it was “ (letting Tired of tills Plioenix llnsiness.” Beloved helmsman, you are too good a sailor in troubled waters to let that feeling of disgust be anything deeper than a jovial remonstrance with the red-eyed fates who apply the torch to buildings in Bostou. lam serene in the hope that my letters have not been the cause of setting Boston on Are, but I shall look to you, should I...

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Deaths of Clergymen. Very Kev. B. J. Goodman, Sligo Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Very Kev. B. J. Goodman, Sligo Ireland. There was Solemn Requiem Mass and Office, May 13, in the Church of St. Saviour, Dominick street, for the repose of the soul of the above deeply regretted clergyman, ltev. Fr. Thisse, Springfield, Ohio. Avery sad accident occurred in Springfield, Ohio, about five o’clock, May 29, resulting in the violent death of the Rev. Rather Thisse, pastor of the Catholic Church, a man universally esteemed throughout this section of tho country. The Rev. gentleman started for a drive with a pair of spirited horses, when they took fright and ran away. In turning a corner of the stroet, Father Thisse was thrown violently to the ground, striking on his bead. Ills skull was terribly broken, and portions of the brain were scattered over tho ground. Ho was picked up and carried to his residence, where he died in about half an hour. He was fifty years old, and had resided in this citv six years. A little boy who was riding with him was unhurt....

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END OF THE MODOCS. Captain Jack Surrenders. "What Will be Done with Him? [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

END OF THE MODOCS. Captain Jack Surrenders. "What Will be Done with Him? Camp os Basks Willow Creek, Twen-ty-One Miles North of Boyle’s Camp, Tule Lake Peninsula, May 29.— The cavalry and artillery commands and the Warm Spring Indians, under Col. Green, left Boyle’s Camp at 2 o’clock this morning, and rode in hot haste to Clear Lake, where Gen. Davis issued special orders for the scouts. Bogus Charley, Steamboat Frank, Shack Nasty Jim and Ifookcr Jim who accompanied the expedition, to lead the way to Jack’s Willow Creek rPtreat. They led the troops to a point near Jack’s retreat, within a mile of the stronghold. Col. Ilasbrouck passed uy> the north side of the creek with his squadron, and Capt. Jackson’s squadron went over the creek along the south side. Capt. Ilasbrouck having a mile further to travel than Capt. Jackson, did not arrve at the stronghold in time to accomplish the desired connection. CAPT. JACK SURPRISED. Jack was nevertheless surprised. At 2 o’clock this a...

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