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Our Roman Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Our Roman Letter. CONNELLAN. From our Special Correspondent. Rome, May 12, 1873. Popular Street Itomonstrations. Amongst the many shames and disgraces to civilization which are distinctive marks of the Italian rule in Rome, none is more brutal and demoralizing than the expression of popular, or pretended popular feeling in the public streets and squares. Crowds of persons, generally young, gather in some appointed place, form an irregular procession, and parade the principal streets in the city, shouting out their watchwords. The object of such demonstrations is to induce the Government or the Municipality to grant the wishes of the demonstrators, or to form a popular opinion. Then the world without learns that these expressions of opinion are spontaneous. It has come within the range of my experience to be a witness of one of these demonstrations, to see it closely, and to note the material of which it is composed. The present specimen of popular opinion—that is to say, of what is ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Our English Letter. From our Special Correspondent. London, May 24, 1873. Parliament Is in one of its dullest and dismalest moods, and the administration is fighting for its existence with the desperate enerary of a rat swimming for its life. The’parallel looks undignified, hut its correctness is indisputable. When an legislative term is about coming to an ending—when ministers grow hoarse from extrusion of over-flippancy, when the Radicals are at rest, and the Conservatives cease to trouble, it is instructive to watch the languor which gradually pervades the action of the Palavering Machine. Here and there you may find some token of life in the form of an ambiguous member intent on stultifying whatever there is in him to stultify in the interests of Nothing. Mr. Whallev and his Convent inquiries, Mr. Delahunty and his manaical notions of the ethics of finance, Mr. Bouverie awfully concerned about something of which nobody understands anything, and the O’Donoghue anxious to knit up ...

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Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Our Irish Letter. From our Special Correspondent. Cork, May 26, 1873. A Cause Celebre. No case that has been tried in the Irish law courts for years excited such interest as now centres in the case of O'Keeffe v. Cullen , which has been at trial for the last fortnight in Dublin before Chief Justice Whiteside and a special jury. It is not merely that a priest is pitted against a Cardinal, making fine fun for the bigots who have subscribed their money to encourage the refractory priest, and who have patted him on the back as the champion of liberty against I’apal aggression. It is bad enough, in all conscience, to see an Irishman, a Catholic, and a priest pocketing the pence and the applause of Orangemen, and cudgel in hand, wishing to make havoc of the most sacred institutions of his religion. But thecase will decide much more than whether Father O’Keeffe or Cardinal Cullen is to blame for the Callan scandal. The real issue the verdict must settle is, whether the solemn decision of a...

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American Children. Canada and the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

American Children. Canada and the United States. Lord Duffer in, visiting tlie Montreal Normal School, was presented with an address by the pupils. In his reply he referred to the important task for which they were preparing themselves, and continued “ 1 would venture to remind you that in your future relations with your young pupils, you will be careful to remember that vour functions must not be confined merely to the development of their intelligence and the imparting of information, but there is also another duty as important as either of these, and that is, that you should endeavor to reflate, discipline, and elevate their general behavior, rendering them polite, wellbred, deferential, respectful to their parents, to their elders, and their superiors. Now, what I should venture to ask ypu from time to time to impress upon your pupils is this —that though upon the one hand there is no quality more creditable than self-respect, yet, on the other hand, the very idea of self-respec...

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Catholic State T. U. of Conn. meeting of the Board of Government at New Britain Progress of the Cause—Grand Demonstration in the Evening. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Catholic State T. U. of Conn. meeting of the Board of Government at New Britain Progress of the Cause—Grand Demonstration in the Evening. In aecordMiec Tvtth the call of Father Walsh, President, and Andrew Smith, Corresponding Secretary ol the Connecticut Catholic State Te. iterance Union to meet in New lint am, Sunday, June 1, most of the members of the Board of Government arrived in that city on Saturday evening, and were taken in charge by Messrs. Timothv Ahern, Patrick McGill, and John Kelly, reception committee. After procuring hotel apartments for the members of the board while on their stay m the cit,v, we were taken to the Hall of the St. Mary’s Temperance Society to witness the progress of the St. Mary’s Temperance Bail'd, and while speaking of the bands I might here enumerate the different Temperance Bands in connection with the societies belonging to the State Union : —St. Joseph’s, Willimantic, organized two years, cost about $1200; St. Mary’s, Norwich, twenty pieces; St...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, \. V.— M. NEVIN. Albany, X. Y.— BER. HUGHES,692Broadway Troy, A. V’.— I*. .7. DOOLEY, 182 River street. Oswe«o, X. Y .-GEORGE 11. lIEES. Buffalo, X. Y.—T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st. l*Uiladelplria, Pa.- CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. Erie, I’a.— SELL & BACKUS, 708 State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, Md.—H.TAYLOR,Suu Ironß'diue Cleveland, 0.-H. KRAMER, RAWSON EVANS i CO. "TT Cincinnati, O. —THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WALSH; J. RICH ARDS: J.R. HAWLEY. Cliicaso, 111.— WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo.— PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK i NEWS CO. Louisville, Ky.—A. GUNTER ;O.T. HEARING Milvraukie, \Vis.— WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Mich. —J.A.ROYS: MICH.NEWS CO Snu Fraueiico, Cal. —M. FLOOD. St. John, X. B.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY; P. McCOURT. Halifax, X. S.—THOMAS O'CONNER. Clifton, C. IV.— TUNIS A CO. Toronto. C. tV.— PATRICK DOYLE Fall Ulvev, Mass.-I. P. POPE Lawrence, Mass.— M. RINN. n.\T5 dhaßD dhwn...

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UNCLE SIMS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

UNCLE SIMS. A TALE OF BARTRAM-HAUGH. BY J. S. LEFANU. Author of “The House lay the Churchyard,” “The Tenants of Malory," “Shamus O’Brien,” Etc., Etc. CHAPTEIt XIV. A WARNING. 1 sat still, listening and wondering, and wondering and listening; but 1 ought to have known that no sound could reach nic where I was from my father’s study. Five minutes passed, and they did not return. Ten, fifteen. I drew near the tire, and made myself comfortable in a great armchair, looking on the embers, but not seeing all the scenery ami dramatis persona s of my past life or future fortunes in their shifting glow, as people In romances usually do; but fanciful castles and caverns in blood-red and golden glare, suggestive of dreamvfairv-land, salamanders, sunsets, and palaces of tire-kings, and all this partly shaping and partly shaped by my fancy, and leading my closing eyes and drowsy senses off into dreamland. So 1 nodded and dozed, and sank into a deep slumber, from which 1 was roused by the voice of...

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Joan of Arc. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Joan of Arc. CONNELLAN. Translated from the French for The Pilot. In the Cathedral of Orleans on the Bth of May, the Rev. Joseph Lem anu of the Clergy of Lyons, delivered a panegryic on this subject which is described as a masterpiece of oratory. The orator compares the French heroine with the heroines of the Jewish and the French nation with the Hebrew nation. He particularly dwells upon the fact that through the Divine choice the safety of the people was always secured by' the hands of women. Then comparing the individual heroines, he makes the following contrast:— Gentlemen, hdfve you remarked that all the Jewish heroines are sanguinary, and that the victory of each one of them is mingled with cruelty? In her canticle, Deborah celebrates the hammer and the nail which was huriea in the forehead of Sisera. The hand of Jttflith bore the head of Holofernes. And close to the royal hail where Esther held her festival and obtained the safety of her people, the corpse ol Haman was swingi...

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Ratio of Dwelling-houses to Population, Fifty Cities Compared. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Ratio of Dwelling-houses to Population, Fifty Cities Compared. Since the publication of the Ninth Census, with its large amounts of new matter, the newsmen of the country have made periodical attempts to lay it before the public by installments, and have thereby diffused valuable information in respect to our advance between the years 1850, 1860 and 18*0, in all the branches of industry and progress of which a census treats. A paragraph went the rounds of the Western papers making a comparison of cities in respect of the ratio of dwelling-houses to populations. Tlie paragraph was incorrect in every essential particular, and the wonder is as to its origin. A Chicago man and a New York man read it, and the former in liis magnanimity sympathized with New York, remarking that it was too far from Chicago ever to be much of a city. The New York man, doubtm< r the correctness of the paragraph, requested that the truth be published in your paper. Let us see what the truth is, as ...

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Our Halifax Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Our Halifax Letter. Halifax, N. S., June 12, 1878. A Cycle of Horrors. During the last six or seven weeks Nova Scotia lias claimed much attention on account of the harrowing disasters of which it has been the theatre. Accustomed as the inhabitants were to read, with undisturbed emotions, the daily record of calamities aud loss of life in other places, they hardly realized, to their full extent,, the terrible events enacted so near their own doors—events that have rendered the name of Nova Scotia memorable in the annals of great disasters by sea and land. People had scarcely recovered from the shock occasioned by the “ Atlantic” wreck, when another tragedy, more terrible, if anything, in its calamitous consequences, startled them from their quiet security, and made many wonder when or where the next blow would fall. Iu the Drummond Mine explosion, the people were brought face to face with one of the greatest calamities that has ever occurred in this province. The details of that dire...

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A Hero. The Story of Rodgers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

A Hero. The Story of Rodgers. One of our family papers preaches a strong temperance sermon, by simply telling the story of a woman who, after struggling with the preternatural strength of a loving wife and mother for years against the demon of drink that possessed her husband, conquered it, and made him once again a freeman. In his last illness, brandy was prescribed, which he was strong enough to use only as a medicine; but after his death she “ turned to it in her grief, and died, not many months later, a hopeless, helpless drunkard .” Let us tell a companion story as true as this, but of as different a complexion as daylight to night. A few years ago on any sunny morning a heap of filthy rags might be seen stretched on some of the bales of a paper warehouse in a neighboring city, with a strong smell of stale tobacco and whiskey hanging about it. Turning it over (which you could do as though it were a log, anv time after ten o’clock in the morning), you would find the swollen purp...

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President McMahon. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

President McMahon. In personal appearance the veteran Marshal displays in ev<m r lineament and lhovement the experienced, weatherbeaten soldier.. Grizzled and bronzed by his African campaigns, lie lias a chivalrous, frank bearing, without the least trace of the vanity which is so obtrusive a weakness of many French soldiers.. Of medium height, with an iron, muscular build, thick-set but not obese; adark, blue, clear,, thoughtful* honest eye* a face calm and amiable, with a serene energy slightly tinged with sadness; a round head and face, the hair light and spare, and the moustache long and carelessly falling; a dignified and unaffected manner, a sort of 1 aristocratic negligence; ” quiet resolution and singleness_ of purpose in every line; these are the chief traits discernible in the President as seen on tho street. In conversation he says little, is halting and timid, as if his though js were far from the present scene; es.sent .idiy taciturn , he is at his worst in th...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates* to IMay 2<L. ANTIIIM. Maequis ok Londonderky.—A bronze statue < t the late Marquis of Londonderry lias arrived at Belfast trom London. Testimonial to Fr. O’Flanagan.— On May 22. a deputation from bis parishioners I waited on the Very liev. Nicholas O’Flana gan, to present him with a testimonial and congratulatory address, on his being appointed Vicar-General of the diocese of Ardagh. The Imprisoned Editor.— ln the House of Commons, May 23, the Chief Secretary was asked whether the prison authorities at Belfast had refused permission to tut Rev. Mr. Dwver and another gentleman to visit Mr. McAleese. He admitted that such was the fact, but declined to inteiieie with the prison authorities.— Cork- Examiner. Charge of Murder.— On May 21, eight men named JolinLavery, Robert Lavery, Denis Magee, James M’Cambley, 1 atneic Luunev, Patrick M’Grath. Daniel Kerr, and Philip Dunn were brought up in custody at the Lurgan Petty Sessions, charged wit...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

BIRTHS. May 20, in Dublin, tlie wife of Mr. W. Gibbons, of a son. May 19, at Atliy, the wife of Wm. Walsh, of a daughter. May 18, at Curragli Camp, the wife of G. C. Grlbbon, esq., M. 8., Surgeon, of a daughter. May 18, atj Kingstown, the wife of W. Lorrain HUI, esq., of a daughter. May 18, at St. John’s wood, the wife of George Milner Gibson Jerrard, of a daughter. May 19, at Cork, the wife of J. H. Sugrue,csq., of a daughter. May 18, at Meath, the wife of Patrick Garga>-, esq., of a son. May 15, at Kalian, Londonderry, the wife of H. R. Lempriere, of a daughter. May’ll, at Addiscombe, the wife of Major C. E. Watson, of a son. May 9, at Bamsbury, the wife of C. J. Clarke, of a daughter. May 14, at Blackrock, the wife of Thomas Aloysious Hickey, esq., of a daughter. MARRIAGES. May 19, at Wasdale, Katlifarnliain. Isaac Coalbank. esq., M.D., M.R.C.S., to Sarah, eldest daughter oi the late Wm. Vincent , esq. May 20. at Rathmlucs, Robert Saunderson, M. D., F.R.C.5.1., to Kate...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

ton, only child of Richard W. L. Crofton, 4 years and 5 mouths. May 16. at Clara, Kilkenny, Margaret, wife of Richard Nolan. May 23. at Monkstown, Patrick James Thompson, only son of P. Teafl'e, esq.. 4 years. £ May 23, at Drumcondra, Peter Tynan, 64 years. May 14, at his father's residence, Williamstown, Peper Paul Donnelly, 25 years. May 16, at Salllns, 00. Kildare, Mrs. Bridg t Doyle, relict of Hugh Doyle, 56 years. May 16, at the Malson de Saute, 54r. Wm.sl’Evoy, of Dublin, 33 years. May 16, at Ratlidrum, Henry Nicholas, youngest son of James Vance, esq., 51. D., 6 months. May 21, at Fairview, Maria, youngest daughter of John T. Brophy. May 20, at Killeanv, Maynooth, Mathew Bvrne, 30 years. 51ay 20, at Blessington, Win. Thomas Dalton. May 15, at Cork, slargaret, wife of Jeremiah Habony, 60 years. May 21, at Windy Arbor, Dundrum, John, eldest son of Anthony O’Malley, 8 years. Slay 14, at Lisburn, Elizabethj wile of Very Rev. J. Stannus, in her 81st year. May 18, at Drumcondra. Sl...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

SIOO Iteward. A boy named James G: Mr. Jolm Graham, of Seneca Fi Thursday. March 6, and Ills faui anything from him since. He ligent looking boy. twelve years eyes, thick light brown hair, a front tooth on left side, four fee wore grey clothes, and toes of b< Anv j>< i son finding this boy, or f so that his father can get him, dead, will receive the above s boy need not fear,let liimwr aud he can have money to cc Graham, Seneca Falls, N. Y. Of Thomas and John 1 in the city of New York, of i supposed to be in the city at pr< assistant in the general post-ofli ! John was in the Western Hob tion of them will be received Newark, Wayne co., N. Y. Of Mathew Corbett, y country about 10 years ago. an burg with his uncle, Andy Klip years; he then leit there and we where he remained until he job late war; have had no letter last 14 years. Anv informath received by ills brother, Jolm C Mass.. who will recompense aninformation of his whereabouts Of Ma...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

$25 Seward ~ given for any reliable informatbe PF es ent whereabouts of Hugh Mca native of Muntnabana, county Down, and a son of Hugh McManus and Sarah McCormack (maiden name). He emi°rated with »>>'< i *Ji a » for several years alter this lie foliowed the business of a barber on various Mississippi'' P aiK * Missouri River Steamboats until toCalifornia to Ldiirorma. in 1806 he wrote to an ;u>nii»int ance of his in St. Louis. Mo., (James Fox.) from Sacramento, stating that lie was about to start witli an expedition to chastise some troublesome Indians That was the last news revived ESS? him. lie is probably iu or* near Sacramento vet Description—about five feet seven inches in height' dark auburn hair, hazel colored eyes, and about forty years of age. The above reward will be cheerfullj given. Address Iris brother, Bernard McManus, Cairo, Illinois. See advertisement i n Sacramento Daily Union, mylo*Bt WESTMEATH. Of Thomas Dillon, co. Westm...

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