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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Catholic Intelligence. At the late Jesuit Missions in Philadelphia, 57 converts and 11.200 communions were made. The Jesuit Fathers are making preparations to erect a magnificent new church in New York City. The Cathedral in Charleston, S. C., has been enlarged by the addition of the Virgin chapel on the west side. Catholic matters are reported quite prosperous at Bordentown, Pa., under the zealous pastorate of Rev. B. Leonard. Sunday, May 18, was the two hundred and thirty-second anniversary of the first Mass celebrated in Montreal. TnE Very Rev. G. H. Doaxe has been appointed Vicar General of the diocese of Newark, by. Bishop Corrigan. There are one hundred and nineteen students preparing for the priesthood in the Diocesan Seminary of Philadelphia. Bishop Elder administered confirmation, and blessed the new church bell at Meridian, Miss., May 11. Rev. Fu. Uillaqe, S. J.,0l the Church of the Iloly Family, San Francisco, has purchased ii site for parochial schools. TnE corner-stone ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Notes of the Week. Emigration. More emigrants have reached America during the last three months than during all the year of 1872, and not a third of those who intend to come this year are yet here. Despatches from Washington now leave no doubt of the intention of the administration to sustain McKenzie’s action in invading the territory of Mexico. Two important witnesses in the Tichbome case have recently arrived in London, one the veritable Thomas Castro, with whom the claimant alleges he stayed for some time in South America, and 'the other an elderly lady named Mrs. llaylev, with whom he lodged in Valparaiso. A murder of an extraordinary character was committed at New York, on the 3d. Mansfield T. Walworth, a man prominent in New York City and State, was called by his son, Frank 11., to the latter’s room at the Sturtevant House and there shot dead by the young man, who at once confessed tliedeeci, telegraphed the fact to his relatives, and then gave himself up to the police. Troub...

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CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

CABLE DESPATCHES. FRANCE. President Mcllnhan’s Proclamation to the French Army. Paris, June 3.—President McMahon has issued a proclamation to the army, in which he says: “ The choice of the President of the Republic from your ranks, shows the confidence of the National Assembly in your loyalty.” Tire Army of Versailles. The President has also issued an order appointing Gen. L’Adinirault, now Military Governor of Paris, to the command of the Army of Versailles. Conservatism. London, June3.—A special to the London Times, from Paris, says that the Minister of the Interior has sent a circular to the Prefects of the departments, inviting the union of all good citizens in the support of order, and advocating energetic maintenance oi conservative principles as the only means oi restoration of the country. v GREAT BRITAIN. Tracies’ X’nion Demonstration. London June 3.—There was a great trades’ union demonstration in Hyde Park, yesterday, to protest against the law which harshly and unjustly...

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

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. RUSSIA. Tlie Catholics nud tlie Czar. A grand Catholic Cathedral has just been finished and consecrated in St. Petersburg. The consecration was carried out with much splendor, the corps diplomatique being present. The Archbishop of Mobile! availed himself of the opportunity to deliver an admirable oration in Latin, in which he renewed his remonstrances and arguments on behalf of liberty of conscience. The Russian • correspondent of the London Tablet says: “ The speech is of so much importance that I have thought it right to subjoin a translation, begging you to give it insertion so that it may be read in Rome. It is the first time that the Russian religious question has been put plainly before the public, along with the usual complimentary words. The following are the Archbishop’s own words words that under the previous reign would assuredly have been punished by Siberia Address of the Archbishop of Mobile/ .—Reverend Lord3, Illustrious Gentlemen, and you my Rel...

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Utilizing Murderers. A Cold-Blooded Proposition. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Utilizing Murderers. A Cold-Blooded Proposition. •J. O. b. writes to the Graphic to make the following decidedly novel proposition As was well remarked in your Saturday evening’s issue, murderers should be made use of. The fact that so much good material is yearly wasted through the medium of the hangman’s cord is one that calls for the action of right thinking men to remedy. The day will no doubt come when the brutal method of strangling men to death will be abolished throughout the civilized world. It does not suppress crime, but, on the other hand,renders the “ dangerous class ” more desperate. “Dead men tell no tales.” Criminals will, therefore, complete their work on the victims of robberies, etc. Instead of squandering bodies tit for scientific experimental research, the laws should be changed so as to allow medical men to take charge of murderers . so soon as the sentence of death is pronounced. An experimental ward might be connected with Bellevue hospital, and competent sur...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are inserted for $3, MASSACHUSETTS. At a meeting of the Second Division, A- 11., of Springfield. Mass., held May 22, iSiJ, the following resolutions of respect to the ■ido'jited - 01 UOENE Manning were unanimously Whereas, Divine Providence has been pleased to call from our midst our late lamented brother, Eugene Manning, Resolved. That in his death the Order has sustamed a severe loss, he having been an indefatigable laborer for its welfare; that his bereaved family has lost a kind and affectionate son and brother, and the community a good, useful, and upright citizen. Resolved, That while we deplore the death of our esteemed brother member, we bow with Christian submission to the Omnipotent will of the Almighty, who doetli all things well. Resolved, That we tender our heartfelt sympathy to the family and relatives of the deceased: and ’ Resolved, That these resolutions he entered on the records of the Order, and published in Th...

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Great Fire in Boston. Loss Over a Million. THE PILOT BUILDING SAVED. OUR STOCK DESTROYED. The Globe Theatre Burned. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Great Fire in Boston. Loss Over a Million. THE PILOT BUILDING SAVED. OUR STOCK DESTROYED. The Globe Theatre Burned. The following appeared in part of our edition of last week As we write, on Friday forenoon, May 30, a section of Boston is again In flames, and the awful gloom of smoke and sailing cinders envelops the eastern side °f the city. The streets arc crowed with holiday folk, who came to see the ceremonies Of Decoration Day; but tliev will go home tonight and tell, in no holiday tone, of the awful flag they saw flapping over Boston. From appearances, the nre must have broken out in the rear of the large establishment of Haley, Morse, and Boyden, Washington street, *r in the stable and carriage-house behind, both of which buildings were the first to burst into flame. Immediately adjoining the stable, and luckily to windward of it, stood the New Pilot'B ui i.ding, the largest and most imposing structure in the street. The Stable, an old ricketty building, burned with terrilic v...

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The Iowa Tornado. Full Details of the Terrible Cyclone in Washington unit Keokuk Counties—Miles of Devastation and Ruin-Houses, Barns, Fences, Orchords, and Forests Razed to the Ground—A Flock of Fifteen Hundred Sheep Swept Away and Crushed to Atoms—Fifteen Persons Killed and Thirty Severely Injured—Marvellous Scenes—Thrilling Incidents, Etc., Etc. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

The Iowa Tornado. Full Details of the Terrible Cyclone in Washington unit Keokuk Counties— Miles of Devastation and RuinHouses, Barns, Fences, Orchords, and Forests Razed to the Ground—A Flock of Fifteen Hundred Sheep Swept Away and Crushed to Atoms—Fifteen Persons Killed and Thirty Severely Injured—Marvellous Scenes—Thrilling Incidents, Etc., Etc. Washington, lowa (May 24), Special Correspondence of tbe Chicago Tribune. The extent of the terrific tornado which swept over Keokuk and Washington Counties, last Thursday afternoon, was but meagrely detailed in the despatches sent from here on that evening. The damage done seemed too great to be realized, and although the statements made were alarming, they conveyno idea of the injury done to property, hud of the number of persons killed and wounded. In the absence of telegraphic communication with the interior, nothing definite could be learned, and hence the despatches were made up from rumors, with a few sensational adjectives sandwic...

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ROMAN CHRONICLES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

ROMAN CHRONICLES. From onr Special Correspondent. Rome, May 8, 1873. The Holy Father. Anew interest, a tender desire to know what the Holy Father does and says since his recent illness, has keen renewed in the hearts of many. When it was announced that a pilgrimage was about proceeding from France to Rome, to arrive here on the sth of May, the feast of the glorious St. Pius V., It was feared that the noly Father would not he in a condition to receive them. They came, however, and God he praised, the Sovereign Pontiff was well enough to receive them, to hear their address, and to reply to it. As this is the first of the public receptions after the interruption caused by the Pope’s illness, it will have, on that account, an interest bevond its intrinsic interest however great. ? rhe address on the occasion was read by Vicomte llamas, President of the Deputation of the General Council of French Pilgrims. Tlic Address. Most Holy Father:— Pilgrimages are again becoming part of our custom...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of tile Equitable Life Assurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of tile Equitable Life Assurance Society. W. H. P. CONNELLAN. , . „ . Jackson, Mich., May, 1873. ■ .i . ® Spring of 1871 Mr. Fitch, a farmer ln ,7? neighborhood, talked with tne several times about insuring his life. He unally, decided to insure for $5OOO iu the Kquitable Life Assurance Society, but said afiJl- ou l ( J wa * t unt >l after harvest before ni^To g i th< 7 "PPWcation. One day in June hew asm town, and being in a hurrv to pass along a street, across which a freight Ss 8 a?h d ’ he . lea P ed up between the cars thiough. At that instant the cars backed throwing him under the wheels where his body was completely cut in two lie put off his insurance too long' lN ¥, ay ,’-, 18 ! 0 - 1 induced Obed Ilall to insure his life in the Equitable Life Assurance Society, for $lOOO, for the benefit of his four daughters. Nearly three years after he called at my office in perfect health, and said ...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

SHIPPING. To my Old Country Friends. • » I have good reason to suppose Jt to be generally understood that I retired Irom the passenger business when the firm o 1 Lawrence and Kvan wm dissolved. I have, therefore, taken this 'method of Informing my friends and others that such Is not the case. lam now, and have been since the Ist of January 1872, in the employ oi the Canard Company as Manager of their Steerage Office, 99 State street, where I shall be happv to receive ail who wish to buy tickets or drafts 'through me. I attend personally to the forwarding of all passengers arriving or departing by the Boston steamers—just as I have done for several yearn back. Any commands for passengers expected to arrive at Boston by tlie C'unard steamers, sent toms at 99 State street, will be faithful] v attended to. Tours very truly, mli22:3m:S HD'WARD RYAN. NATIONAL LINE. Tlie Cheapest and Most Comfortable la the Passenger Business ! Sailing from Liverpool every Wednesday. Queenstown every Thurs...

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A LOST CHORD. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

A LOST CHORD. BY ADELAIDE A. PROCTER. Seated one day at the organ, I was weary and ill at ease. And my fingers wandered idly Over the noisy keys. I do not know what I was playing, Or what I was dreaming then. But I struck one chord of music, Like the sound of a great Amen. It flooded the crimson twilight. Like the close ot an Angtl's Psalm, And it lay on my fevered spirit With a touch of infinite calm. It quieted pain and sorrow. Like love overcoming strLe; It seemed the harmonious echo . From our discordant life. It linked all perplexed meanings Into one ptrfect peace, And trembled away into silence As if it were loth to cease. I have sought, but I seek it vainly. That one lost chord divine, That came from the soul ot the organ, And entered into mine. It may be that Death’s bright angel Will speak in that chord again, It may he that only in heaven I shall hear that grand Amen.

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Suappcr-up of Unconsidc-red Trifles.” A revolver—The earth. How to serve a dinner—Eat it. Ways that are dark—Our highways. The great American “ ism” —Journalism. A moke-bidcraving—That of the auctioneer. A geest, like a fish, hath a bad odor the third day. If you are out in a driving storm, don’t attempt to hold the reins. Never confide a secret to your relatives: blood will tell. Experience is a torch lighted in the ashes of our delusions. No one ever knew what friends were worth until he had lived without them. When is a literary work like smoke ? When it conies in volumes. The phoenix was raised in a hot-bed, and that’s what made him soar. Some men get their barrel of beer on tick and leave it to settle for itself. Knowledge may increase sin if the heart l>e not educated as well as the head. Some women are angry when you tell them you love them. Others are angrier when you don’t. He who has wisdom without money is rich; he who has money without wisdom...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Help for 03d 1 The Convent of the Holy County Kerry. Ireland, the ho Francis Clare, who has spent ye historical fame of her native debt, she appeals to her couul for help. It is for Ireland, for Starving Poor, of the poorest Country. It is to help to feed 1 dren. To Clothe and Sheltei Children. Those who know, from their what the poor suffer In Ireland, the assistance they can give; know may believe my words, nc here from Fairs or Lotteries remote and the people are too upon the well-known generosit America; It has never failed; Itv The names of all who give and amount given, will be published Pilot , and other papers. The to be sent direct to Sister MAH'! Convent of the Holy Cross, Kerry, Ireland, by Post-office 0 or by a check on any Bauk in Ir be made payable to >larv Franc Subscriptions will also'be red ahoe, and forwarded by him tc*t Clare. The Nun of Kenmare canno plead with you for the poor, to lias given her life, but you will nest appeal to you for help; Fifty Th...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

DEOORAT< BANNERS AND DEi Mr. C. W. ROETH, artist, 32 ton, will promptly execute all o and Decorations in the most arti Banners tor Churches, Sunc Iterance Societies, Military Cot Organizations, will he finished if the Societies will send to Mr. li of the designs or mottoes requiri All kinds of Ecclesiastical E falques, Repositories, etc., arils Samples of Banner Paiutin ROETH can be seen at his store ILEADQUAIITER SOCIETY GOODS OF EVERY W. R. MALONEY, 31 and33 0 POUGHKEEPSIE, Importer and manufacturer of lias, Badges, Banners, Flags, Societies. Goods of our mam quired a reputation for p*rfecti< and tee guarantee our prices t lotcer , than any other manufactoi Samples of different patterns t the country. N. B.—Our Banners and pain special attention and are execu manner. BANNE] FOB SOCIETIES, SCH< MR. DONAHOEis prepared from Societies and Schools foi Fines, for Processions. The signs will be executed according of the parties ordering, and in tl ner. Or...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

BELL EOITIN m HOC URG ;*ax=s^a£;^i Flue toned, low priced, warrant free. BLYMYER MANUFA (Successors to Blymyer, Nor; einn'ati, Oliio. Office and Works, 661-GIM Wes MENEELY’S The genuine Troy Cinireh. the public since 1826, which hav tat ion unequalled by any and a s; of all others (—including more th and peals. One thousand test duriug the last six years. Ever; copper and tin and*formally war tfc"t Kotary Fixtures. Catalogs cies. P. O. Address, either Troy, X. Y. E. A. & G. R. It dl6:tt HOTEL IRVING : Howard St., cor. (Directly opposite Ho’ BOSTON Rooms and Meals by the For Gentlemen JOHN T. MOBIARTI THE EUROPEAN Bolton Stree J. MOL ONI The EUROPEAN is rouized by the Irish, British, an archy and Clergy. Families and Tourists will find of a home, combined with mod assiduous attention. Hot nnrl WINES, LIGHT JOHN TRACE Distillers & Il< BOURBON AND RYE IMPERIAL OROY Alcohol and French Distilleries at Albany and Wa 20 arul 22 State street, 15 Beaver &am...

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