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Our Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Our Correspondence. % |to. BOSTON, JUNE 21, 1873. " Let Ireland iu America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be Industrious, be obedient to law.”— Rev. Thomas N. Burke. O. P. Iu the beginning of the present year, we promised to increase our exertions to make The Pilot a model newspaper. We offer this number as a proof that we have kept our word. We think we may safely say that The Pilot has the largest staff ot regular and able contributors of any paper in the United States. This week we direct attention to our foreign and home correspondence: to our Paris letter, with its fresh news of how France reoeived MacMalion’s election; to our admirable Roman letter, with its graphic picture of a street demonstration by the Republicans of Rome; to our English letter, with its news of general interest; to our Irish letter, with its views oi the Callan scandal; to our Halifax letter, with its “ cycle of horrors;” to our New York letter, with its shocking parricide; and last, but almost f...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE O.U.A.M. Result of Our Exposure. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

THE O. U.A.M. Result of Our Exposure. We have shown the true nature of this secret organization from its own books and journals, and we hope that many even of its members look upon the order now in a far different light from their view of two months ago. Many men, we have no doubt, have been brought into its fold by false statements; we have spoken to not a few of its members who condemned its true character, when shown to them, as heartily as did we ourselves. It is not our desire to make class distinctions. We are always willing to let bygones be bygones. We have no ill will against any man who was a member of the 0. A. P. or O. U. A. M., if he has left it, and x-cgrets his course. In this matter we stand on the broadest platform of true Americanism. No intelligent man can defend proscriptive societies. We wish to speak kindly to those members of the O. U. A. M. whose better nature whispers to them we are right and they are wrong: we whot to say to these men,— Come out in the dayl...

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Source: Boston College
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"A Warning to Emigrants.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

"A Warning to Emigrants.” Among the communications on fitli page, ive publish a letter with this ominous heading, which, on reading, will he found to contain interesting matter. The fullest re. liance may be placed on the statements made therein, for the writer is well known to us as a man without interest to deceive and utterly above deception. The letter comes from what the advertisements and paid “notices” call “the Zenith City of Duluth,” Minnesota. Not so long ago, we heard a certain gentleman lecture on this “city,” which lecture almost had the effect of inducing us to start a North-western edition of The Pilot in Duluth. The real character of “ the Zenith City, 1 ’ to which emigrants are tempted by selfish and cruel land corporations, is something appalling. Our correspondent tells us that on the night of June 1, it froze “ so severely that a man could safely skate on the ice ” formed on a pond behind his house; that the ice in Duluth Bay is fifteen feet thick at this season;...

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Murdering the Modoes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Murdering the Modoes. Coirtd a man place himself a hundred years ahead and look hack on the treat- I inept of the Indians by our Government of to-day, what a contempt would rise up j in his mind against us! And yet men will live a hundred years hence, in all probability, and wo are unmoved about their opinions. They will read in their school books, or, at any rate, in the books of other countries, how certain white men, under pretence of holding parley with Indians, basely murdered them and escaped unpunished; how, some years after, a few Indians of the same tribe defied for months the power of the United states, and in a parley, retaliated by murdering the General and a few others; how these Indians, being taken at last, were loaded with chains and treated with cruelty, while the newspapers of the country howled for their blood. It is a wretched reflection, bringing a blush to the olieek of those who intelligently and truly love this Republic. The treatmentof the Indians is a cryin...

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Shameful Religious Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Shameful Religious Persecution. It is a pitiful fact that iu treating of matters of religion such a heading as the above should ever be written with cause in this country. Every day it would-seem that our Protestant brethren become more b'ind to justice and deaf to reproach, at least where Catholicity is concerned. We write these words with pain and sorrow, and we hope soon to have reason to recall them. We trust in God that the conscience of an otherwise enlightened people will be aroused in time, and will make itself a power in the land. People are fond of saying that ‘ * liberty of conscience ” is a fundamental right of our Constitution; and perhaps they believe what they say. Doubtless the framers of the Constitution meant what they said, but they lived a long time ago. In many States of the Union, New York and Massachusetts, for instance, a person loses the right of liberty of conscience the moment the State Government acquires a power over him. Through age, misfortune, disease...

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How The Pilot is Taken. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

How The Pilot is Taken. We take the following extract from one amongst thousands of letters, some of which we publish under the head of “ Practical Sympathy: Natchez, Adams Cos., Miss,, May, 1873. Being an invalid I had recourse to the country, to recruit my health; a friend kindly furnished me with some papers, among which was a copy of Tiie Pilot. It had heen some years since I had read a copy. I found the paper such an excellent one, aontainingso much intelligence, that I continued to purchase it of the news dealers. Finding that too expensive. I therefore enclose money order for one year's subscription. We ask our friends who desire to see The Pilot’s circulation,increase, to lend their paper to a friend who does not subscribe. As with Mr. Sullivan, when they see it once, they will not fail to take it regularly-

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Sew Papers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Sew Papers. ‘ ‘ The American Gael," N. Y.— An addition has been made to New York journalism by the publication of the American Gael, a paper of fine appearance. It contains a great deal of matter, and is well printed. The editor is Colonel John O’Mahony, the veteran Fenian agitator and leader. We hope the American Gael, and its weekly product, the Sunday Citizen, which also is a very fine paper, will have a successful career; and we also hope they will ever be well-con-ducted and wise guides for the public. “ The Leader,” Boston. This is a handsome paper of eight pages, edited by thellori. Martin Griffin, and presenting a creditable first number. The Leader is certainly an acceptable change from its former shape and title— The Irish American Leader,—which was a weekly shame. There is an amazingly wide field for good newspapers in this country, and especially in New England. We hope our young contemporary will at all times prove itself wortliy of confidence and support.

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OUR CHICAGO LETTER. An Extraordinary Case. A Catholic Child Disappears Prom a Protestant Institution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

OUR CHICAGO LETTER. An Extraordinary Case. A Catholic Child Disappears Prom a Protestant Institution. M. F. B. Our readers ■will remember the excellent letter oi our Chicago correspondent, dated April IS, giving an account of an extraordinary case in which a Catholic child was held ip a Protestant Institution against the will of her mother. From that letter we take the following brief extract:— Ellen Kennedy, used 12, the daughter of a Catholic mother, is incarcerated in the Protestant Orphan Asylum. Her motherwas a widow, and unable to control her. She burrowed in the roadsides and wallowed in the ditches. She fought boys and thrashed girls bigger than herself, and was the terror and the dread of her neighborhood. She was expelled from the public schools, aud the Sisters had to send her home from theirs. Her mother hit her, when occasion demanded, with a variety of missiles, and every blow made Ellen more vicious and the mother more furious. Then Mrs. Keunedy married John Burke, a ...

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Ordinations. NEW JERSEY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Ordinations. NEW JERSEY. At Seton Kail College, 2V. J. At Seton Hall College, in South Orange A. J.,011 the 7th inst., several young students of the seminary were ordained as priests, and several others received minor orders. The ceremony took place in the little chapel adjoining the college. All the students were present, and the body of the chapel was well filled by the friends of the gentlemen who were to he consecrated priests and deacons, etc., and by others attracted by curiosity. Bishop Corrigan was the celebrant of the Mass, assisted as follows:—Archdeacon, Very Rev. Vicar-General Doane; Deacon, Rev. Sebastian Messmer; Subdeacon, Rev. Joseph Zimmer; Master of Ceremonies, Rev. A. M. Steels, of the Newark Cathedral. The following clergymen were present in the sanctuaryßev. L. Schneider, Rev. J. 11. Corrigan, Rev. W. Salt, Rev. Thomas Killeen (Newark), Rev. Jas. 'Smith and Rev. P. Corrigan (Jersey City), Rev. F. Stephano, Rev. F. Dagnauit. WERE ORDAINED PRIESTS. Rev. Thomas J. ...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Tiib total insurance oq property destroyed by the late tiro in Boston was about $1,100,000. The Chicago Times says Boston has been singed again. It wasn’t singed; it was a regular done brown—four acres of it.— Post. Fishmongers are now required to carry their flsh through the streets in covered boxes, andthey are prohibited from throwing fish offal into the streets. The family of the late John Coleman, of Boston, will please send •their address to T. M. Bucklev, G. it. It. shop, Augusta, Ga. The number of immigrants arriving at this port in the months of April and May, this year, by water, was 12,696. The same months last year gave 8938, showing an increase in favor of this year of 3758. Two men, employed as feeders on the Boston Herald , named Eagan and Harrigan, went about drinking, and fell out soon, when Eagan drew a knife and stabbed Harrigan in the groin. It is thought the man will reoover. Since May It, the day when the antiliquor and anti-beer law went i...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Catholic Intelligence. It is proposed to establish anew paiish in Hoboken, N. J. The work on the new Jesuit College adjoining St. Peter’s Church, Jersey City, will shortly be commenced. The German Catholic Benevolent Union held its eighteenth annual convention at Detroit, May 31. The annual commencement and exhibition ol Santa Clara College, took place June 3 and 4. The Church of the Holy Cross, Flatbush, X. Y., was dedicated on Sunday, June 8, by Bishop Luughlin, of Brooklyn. The Rev. James Ludden will shortly have erected in Little Falls, N. Y.. a fine Gothic church, at a cost of $50,000. The mysterious manifestation of the Stigmata ” on the person of Miss Collins, m San Francisco, continues to attract a great deal of attention. The City Union of the Catholic Benevolent Societies of Philadelphia held their monthly meeting at the Philopatrian Hall, Sunday, June 8. The Rt. Rev. P. A. Feehan, Bishop of Nashville, Tenn., on his departure for Europe, May 31, was the recipient of variou...

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Literary Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Literary Criticisms. Note.' ox the Bennies of the Roman RiteAlj REGARDING THE SACRAMENTS IN GENTRAi', Baptism , the Eucharist . and Kxtreme ?ev. James CTXane, SentoT' St. 1 iHriek s College. Mavnwoth. Third Edition, boston: Patrick Donahoe. Alter a close and repeated examination of this work, we are prepared to say that it exhausts the subjects of which it treats and that it is not surpassed, perhaps not equalled, by any book of its kind ix any language. In this edition the author has harmonized all his teachings 'with: the latest decisions of the Roman Congregations. The Sacred Congregation of Rites pronounces his work ‘ ‘ opus cere commendabile et accuratissimum,” which is the highest commendation an author of a book like this can expect or desire from Rome. This edition is elegantly printed on strong English paper. The book should be on the shelf of every clergyman engaged in the work of the ministry, and in the hands of every ecclesiastical student. Lives of the Irish Martyrs. B...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Personal. Stokes, the murderer of Fislc, is to have anew trial. Rosa D’Erina is soon to ‘ ‘ settle down ’ as a teacher of music and church organist in New York.. Rev. P. J. Rogers, pastor of Brighton, Mass., intends to sail lor Ireland about the Ist of July, to he absent two months. The ex-Empress Eugenie is agitating her son’s claims on the French people,.and it is reported that she is in Paris. Prince Jerome Bonaparte has arrived in that city, causing considerable stir. Lieut Gen. Sheridan has accepted the invitation to be present at the inauguration and unveiling oi the statue of Ethan Allen in Burlington, Yt., on the Fourth. The Buffalo Courier announces the death of Mr. Wm J. C. Kenny, one of the largest stockholders in that paper, and at the time of his death Treasurer of the Buffalo Courier Company. Mr. Bernard Oasserly has retired from the office of Superintendent of the Emigration Commission. The officers and employes of the commission held a meeting, and passed resolutions...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Bishop. Onrrelon, Mnngalow, liiclftr. The death is announced of one of the most scholarly bishops of the Catholic Churc-h, Dr. Marie Kphrem CLirrelon, Roman Catholic Bishop of Mangalore. Dr. Garrelon was born at CasPcl Jaloux, in. France, Nov. 18, 1827. He died at Mangalore, on May 9, before he was able to finish a series of sermons in the native tongue, which be bad commenced on Papal Infallibility. He was. buried at Mangalore with great pomp, confraternities attending from a considerable distance, and the procession is said to have numbered over 10,000. Ilis heart is to be sent home to Franco. Rev. Arthur Jlctiinnis, Danville, Pa, Rev. Arthur McGinnis, late pastor of St. Joseph’s Church, Pa., who died suddenly on Ascension Eve, May 21, was laid out in his parish church on the 26th, and was visited by hundreds of the faithful from the town and vicinity. ———• The Jesuit College at Georgetown, D. C., graduated twenty-three students at law, on the sth.

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New Pilot Building. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

New Pilot Building. Cjft plot BOSTON, JUNE 21, 1873. In two or three weeks, all our business ■will be concentrated in our new building 27 Boylston st. Our bookstore aud 1 iLOr Office are there now

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Beware of Counterfeits! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Beware of Counterfeits! The great popularity of Father Burke’s Chromo has induced sonic unprincipled, persons to get out spurious chromos and sell them at a low price. None are genuine unless those published by Mr. Donahoc. Persons ivho have not seen Father Burke may be imposed upon, but those who have seen the great Dominican will mot be deceived.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. ot Concord st.), Boston. JHrs. Tobias Boland, Worcester* $lO 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Paying off tlie Debt oil tile Home. Church of the Ini. Con., Salem $866 00 Cathedral of the Holy Cross 650 00 St. Malactil, Hopkiuton 100 00 Holy Bcdeetner, F.ast Boston 310 85 Star of the Sea, “ “ 70 00 St. Patrick, S. Law. aud W. Andover. 200 00 St. Charles, Woburn HO 00 Im. Conception, Malden 260 00 St. Mary’s, Lynn 500 00 (slooof which by Rev. Fr. Strain). St, Marv’s, Cambridgeport 400 00 St. Ann’s. Gloucester 200 00 St. Patrick’s, N. Bridgewater $320 00 The Convention will meet on tlie 17lh of June to make reports. Frames for Chromo of Father Burke. Mr. Donalioe lias prepared some very 7 nice patterns of mouldings for frames for Father Burke’s chromo. They are finished in the nicest possible manner, and show the chromo to the best advantage. We have reduced the prices to the lowest possible figures:— NARROW MARGIN. Si /. ■ of Fram...

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Death of Rev. Dr. Quinn, Providence, R. I. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Death of Rev. Dr. Quinn, Providence, R. I. We regret to have to record, this week, I the deat h of a highly esteemed priest. Rev. ' Dr. Quinn, Providence, 11. 1., which sad event took place at his pastoral residence, 264 Broadway, on Sunday evening. June 8. The deceased was horn in the parish of Astragb, Cos. Tyrone, Ireland, in 1829, and emigrated to this country with his parents at a very early age After graduating in the public schools of Lowell. Mass., he was sent to Rome where he studied seven years for the sacred ministry, and was ordained in 1853. After his elevation to the priesthood, he was appointed to his first and only mission in his adopted country, the parish of St. Mary, Olneyville, It. 1., now part of Providence, where he has labored up to the time of (his dentil, about 20 years. When he took pastoral charge, he found only a small wooden church in course ot erection, and a sparse congregation, but he has lelt it a prosperous parish with an elegant stone edilice for d...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. NEW York, June 10, 1873. ! The Jlnrder-Fiend in Gotham Takes tlie most extraordinary freaks, j No abyss of horror.seems too deep for the i fiend to plunge in. We have had a parri- i cide. A5 r ounglad of nineteen or twenty ; came down from Saratoga last week and I put up at the Sturtevant House in this city. He called round on his father at his rooms and left a note for him, which was very ; short indeed, and simply invited his parent over to the hotel that some family matters miglft be settled. The next morning Mansfield Tracy Walworth, the father, walked into the Sturtevant House and sent up his card to the son’s room. Frank Walworth was in bed at the time, and he told the_ bell-boy to bid the gentleman wait while he dressed. In a few minutes the bell was sounded, and word sent to show the gentleman up. The son received the father sitting, with his legs crossed, and does not appear to have risen until a few minutes later. The son lectured his father for some l...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Notes of the Week. The New York court of appeals decided In favor of granting Stokes anew trial, on grounds fully set forth in our despatches this morning. The indictment of young Walworth for the murder of his father was presented to the oyer and terminer court at New York on the 10th. The crisis in Spain continues. The min - istry have tendered their resignation, and Seuor Figueras was unable to form anew cabinet. At last accounts political affairs were utterly unsettled. Patrick Cox, sixly.-five years old, employed at the Union Wadding Mills, in Pawtucket, R. 1., was caught by a belt, on the-Bth, and carred around a shaft, causing almost instant death. An explosion of lire-damp occurred in the Henry Clay colliery, near Shainokin, Pennsylvania, on June 10, while lifty miners were at work. Thirty-five of the men saved themselves or were rescued. Of the others ten dead bodies had been recovered, and the rest were missing at last accounts. There is information from London that the Go...

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