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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Our Chromo. Tile Pilot Chrorno of Father Burke Avill be ouc of the finest specimens oi American Chrorno Lithography. The colors will be rich and striking; the artist having a rare field in the sombre and impressive robes of the Great Dominican. The Chrorno, when framed, will delight the most sanguine of our subscribers.

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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Where We Are to be Found. Tim Pilot Office and Bookstore, 3GO Washington street. Drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Rooms cf the Emigrant Savings Bank, U>£3 Temple place. Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord si.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums have been received since las report:— .John 15c.:V y, Charleton Depot, Mass $2 0<) William Quinlan, Naples, Illinois 1 00 James Murphy, “ " 1 00 Rev .) .1 Moriarty, Chatham Four Corners.. 10 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Persons wishing to adopt children.will apply at the Home . They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. JamesHyndiusn, MD ....$lOO 00 Thomas J. Gargan 50 00 John Ilyan 50 00 Jeremiah Ryan 50 00 James Barrett 50 00 Persons who hare subscribed to the Roll of Honor icitl please pay up their subscriptions, at their earlies convenience, to Jilt DONAUOE, or the Superintendent, Mb. B Cullen. Ea...

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City and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

City and Vicinity. The re-count of the votes ofßoston elected Mr. Peirce as Mayor instead of Mr. (Saston as at first announced. The inauguration ceremonies took place on Monday, Jan. G. At the inauguration there were present cx-Mayors Gaston, ShurtlclT, Norcross, Wightm'an, Rice and Quincy. How the small-pox spreads: A doctor sent a man to Station 5 aw a lodger who was sick with the small-pox, promising to attend to him in the morning. Superintendent Forristall thinks red flags needless, and yet a lady who went to visit a friend went no further than the door when told that she was ill. but on returning home communicated the disease to her child, and she died. A man living at the Highlands attends to his daily labors and yet regularly waits upon his daughter, sick of the disease at home. One house on Camden street’, at one time lately contained, so it has been stated, eight eases of the malady. At the city hall one or more applicants for hospital care have been told: “You must wait u...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Personal. The health of Archbishop Bnyley is improving. A. T. Stewart lias presented $lOOO to the fund for disabled firemen. Bev. Father Hickey, of Orange, N. J., is lying dangerously ill with diptheria. Thomas Fitzgerald died at Rliinecliff, X. V .. recently, having passed liis one hundredth year. Yei.yekton (Lady Avonmorc) is writing her “ Wanderings'in Malaya ” for the San Francisco Bnlletin. Mr. Froudc sailed for England on Saturday. Jan. 11. in the steamer Oceanic, of the White Star line. The Apple tons are shortly to publish a book on “The Irish Race in the Past and the Present,” by a distinguished Jesuit. MR. Joseph Thornton, a Virginian gentleman, has established his claim to $5,000,000 worth of property In England. Mr. John W. McCoy, of Baltimore, has purchased Mr. Kinelieart’s “ Clytie,” and will place it permanently in that city. A kchbiSHOP Manning lectured lately at the Tower Hill Schools on “ The Life and Martyrdom of sir Thomas More.” Carlyle is in the 78th year of bi...

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Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Literature. The Life of St. Augustine, Bishop. Confessor aud Doctor of the Churcl). Philadelphia: P. F. Cunningham. 1873. Pp. 362. 12mo. This bountifully printed work, adorned with a neat engraving: representing the touching scene of Saint Monica breathing her last in the arms of her penitent son, is from the pen of the Very Rev. Father Moriarty, O. S. A., and indeed it is worthy the pen of the illustrious author. We hail with much pleasure the publication of a history so full of interest, and so edifying, and the want of which must have been felt in our ! community. It is an American and a nexv work, a very valuable addition to our literature. Now' that the good and illustrious disciple of Saint Augustine has begun to favor us with the fruits of his deep studies, we hope he will continue to gratify the wishes of his admirers aud friends by giving us more of his labors, the results of a very long and tried experience. His career in this country is identified with the history of the ...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Steam rat Ashore.— The English steamer Sir Francis, irom Liverpool for Boston, lias gone ashore on Hampton Beach, Mass., and her passengers and crew came off in boats. Tub Steamship Texas Aground.— The steamship Texas, of the Dominion line. 1 from Liverpool via llalil'ax. for Boston, while coming up the Boston harbor on the 4tli insf.. in the dense fog. grounded near Fort Independence, and remains fast. Another Great Fire.— Flame, baffled a fen weeks ago in its attack upon the Fifth Avenue Hotel, returned to the scene of conflict on the evening of tlic 3d inst., and mastered almost without an effort the theatre that adjoins the hotel, being attended by no fatal casualties as in the previous instance, but causing a loss to property of $250,000 A Ghastly Record for New York.— Fil'ty-seven cases of homicide, or more than one a week, 110 of suicide. 209 of sunstroke. 735 accidental deaths, and 200 bodies found floating in the rivers and harbor—such is the ghas...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Temperance. Massachusetts Catholic Total Abstinence Union, organized May 30, 1871. M illiam Coveney ,• President; John A. Duggan, Secretary. Address P. O. Box, 3851, Boston, Mass. Anew temperance society has been formed at St. Louis. The Father Mathew Parent Society was recently addressed by P. S. Bamum. Tub St. Patrick’s Temperance Society, Talley Falls, and the Hibernian Society had a parade Dec. 7th. Father Lir.gs recently addressed the Metropolitan Temperance Union at Yonkers, N. Y. Mansfield. Pa., has a temperance society of sixty-eight members, and others are organizin'giin Birmingham and Manchester, Ta. The renewal of the temperance pledge by the Father Mathew Society at the Church of the Annunciation, Philadelphia, on Sunday, Dec. 22nd, at the hands of Key. Father Barry, was a most interesting and edifying ceremony. St. Malaehi’s Catholic Total Abstinence and Beneficial Society, Petersburgh, Pa., was organized on February 25th, 1872, with sixteen members, and at the present ...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Obituary. Sisteu Mary Louise, of the Academy of the Visitation. .Monte Maria. Church Hill. Va.. died Sunday evening, Dec. 29tli, of pneumonia, in the thirty-ninth year of her age, and in the nineteenth year of her religious pi’ofcssion. She was the daughter of the late David Williamson, of Baltimore county. Maryland, and her mother was a sister"of Charles Tinman, of Baltimore, both families being of the highest standing and respectability. She was a model of Christian patience and resignation. In her last brief illness she edified all around her by her beautiful virtues and ardent desire to see God in heaven. She was solidly educated and highly accomplished. Sister Mary Baptista. the superioress of the institution, has procured permission to inter the remains of the deceased within the convent grounds.— llb'hmond Xeirx. Dikix. December 14th, at Gainesville. Florida. Michael Moriarty, a native of Sneem. county Kerry, Ireland. lie lived In Manchester. Conn., about tliree years ago, bu...

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CABLE DESPATCHES, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

CABLE DESPATCHES, ROME. Sympathy for tile Dope. ROME. Jan. 6. —A large deputation of Roman Catholics from Ireland waited on the Pope to-day, and presented an address recounting the benefits eonierred upon Ireland by” the Holy See, and tendering Ilis Holiness a contribution of •• Peter’s Pence.” The Pope, in responding, deplored the ingratitude of the people who permitted the spoliation of the Church. He made an exception in lavor of the Irish people, whom he praised for their enduring attachment and congratulated them on the preservation of their faith. He concluded by giving the Apostolical blessing to Ireland. SPAIN. The Carlists. Paris, Jan. 6. —The Gazette de France reports that Don Alphonso entered Catalonia Saturday night-. In the province of Olat 7000 Carlists are concentrated. The insurgents are about to enter on a vigorous campaign. FRANCE. The Population of France. Paris, Jan. 6.—The census of France for 1872 shows a population of 36.102.921—a decrease of 366,035 since 186...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Pins IX. The Pope continues to receive striking testimonies of devotion from various sections of the Catholic community. A magnificent album lias been presented to him containing an address bearing twenty thousand signatures, including those oi the Count de Chambord. the King of Naples, tlic exiled Dukes of Parma and Modena, and the German Princesses of Baden. Wurtemburg, Hohenzollern, and Isenberg. An offering of 76.000 scudi accompanied the splendid gift. On the 2nd inst.liis Holiness gave an audience to a number of English gc ntlemen belonging to distinguished families, and on the 4tli be received a large party of foreigners, of whom a considerable number were Americans. The visitors were surprised at the robust health the Holy Father seemed to enjoy. ITALY. Suppression of the Jesn. The Committee of the Italian Chamber of Deputies has taken a step in advance of the Government in the path of persecution. It has passed all the Government proposals with bu...

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SWITZERLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

SWITZERLAND. Mox - e Persccutiosi. The conflict in Switzerland between Liberalist despotism and the Church, lias reached its highest point in the Cantons which form the Diocese of Dale. The apostate parish priest of the parish of Starrkircli in the Canton of Soleuro has been excommunicated by the Bishop, and a public meeting of so-called “• Old Catholics,” held at Often, lias brought to hear the influence at its command on the cantonal Government. The Council of State has consequently notified to the Bishop that if he does not remove the excommunication within three weeks, it will expel him from the city of Soleure. which is liis official residence. The Cat holies of the place are, however, scarcely disposed quietly to submit to so arbitrary an act, and a meeting attempted to be held at Bale itself by the ••OldCatholic” party, lias been signally discomfited by the Catholics, who turned it into a strong demonstration in favor of .Mgr. Lachat. IRELAND. Charity Concert in Queenstown. A...

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Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. Richard Mulreany, Donegal, Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. Richard Mulreany , Donegal, Ireland. The death of the Rev. Richard Mulreany, I D. J).. Parish Priest of Donegal, is announced. The deceased was a native of I .Mount charlcs, and a member of a most i prosperous Catholic family. He was edu- ! oated at Rome, where the degree of D. D. I was conferred upon him. Itev. E. Conroy, I*. J?. Clone, Cos. Mildare. We are sorry to have to announce the death of the above esteemed clergyman. The sad event took place at the Parochial House, Clane, on Sunday evening, Dec. 15. —Cork Telegraph. It t v. Cornelius 3. O’Calaglran, IV. V. Rev. Cornelius J. O’Callaghan, formerly of St. James’ Church New York, and. nt the . time of his death, pastor at Cold Springs, N. \ , died in that place Dec. 10th. Itev. John B. I>aly, New York. Died, on the 11th Dec., at the Givi’s Orphan Asylum, in Prince street, of which he had been for some time chaplain, Rev. John B. Daly, in the 78thv€Hirof his age. This reverend gentleman ‘was ...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Tlie only I2dit.ion Authoriiccll)}' Father Burke. The only JCilltiou Itevisecl by Father llnrkc. THE CASE OF IRELAND STATED I —IX REPLY TO—MR. FROUDE, —by Tin;— VERY REV. T. N. BURKE, 0.P., —WITH AX—IHTEODTJGTIOJT k APPENDIX, I Being a Reply to Fronde’s Last Lecture. 12m0., Cloth, Bevelled. Price, $1.50.; i> P. M. EAVERTY, Publisher, 5 Barclay St., New York. Read the Followin'/ Letters from the Cl rent Irish Dominican ; Dominican Convent, New Yoke, ( 7th December, 1872. ) To the Editors of tlio Irish-American. (I i:\ l i.k.mmn Will you kindly allow me to correct one or two mistakes of tlie writer of an article which appeared in the Irish-American, headed, •• Gagging the Press." 1 am myself the author of the notice which was issued to" the reporters on the night of my tiitli lecture (26th nit.) I had not, however the slightest intention of “ gagging the press," but only asked the gentlemen for the kindness of an abstract, instead of a full report, as the manuscript had alr...

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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

marriages. MASSACHUSETTS. «A V SSi^''^r' RE i AK Ii ox ~ lu -Boston. Dec 31, at \ !r M Uarrigau, of I.owill, t.® t l Besson, .laughter of Join. Reardon, florist, of Boston. A large party of friends witnessed the ceremony, which was performed by Worcester {frooni ' Rcv V J Garrlgau, of Williams— O'Coxxoit—Jan n. i,v i>v m,orv.ood Healy, .Mr Nicholas M Williams to’Miss Mary J O'Connor, all of Boston. OBITUARY. Notices like the following are inserted at the rate of 12 lines or under for $1.50. For every additional 1- !i !■ -or 1< 651.60. The writer of this rather unpleasant notice, in common with her many loving relatives and admiring friends, but too much bemoan their departed friend. Miss M aisy O'Kki.fi k, wl»o died ratlier suddenly at her brother and sister’s residence, in Clinton, Jan. 1, at the rather premature age of 29 years. It may not he amiss to here remark, that Miss O’Keeffe combined within herself those good sterling characteristics that commend Ihem...

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FR,BURKE ON PIUSIX. A Tribute to the Holy Father. “The Pontificate of Plpe Plus IX.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

FR,BURKE ON PIUSIX. A Tribute to the Holy Father. “The Pontificate of Plpe Plus IX.” From '(tie Irish-American. Tlie following is a full report of the discourse delivered by the Very Rev. Father Burke, in the chapel of St. Michael’s Monastery, West Hoboken, X. J., before a crowded audience, comprising the Fathers and religious ol the Passionist Order, and a larire number ol the residents of the surrounding district, of various nationalities and religious denominations : Deae Friends,— Any man that reads the Scriptures, carefully, thoughtfully and impartially, must see' that our Divine Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ not only founded a religion, but also a Church, it is usual now-a-days for those who are not (atnolics to say that Christ , our Lord, founded a religion, but that He did not found a Church. A Church they say means priestcraft ;—a number of men who conic together to rule, with an iron rod, over the consciences, over the souls and over the thoughts of men. Hence it is that w...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance is a Good. Investment. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance is a Good. Investment. Some men say, li they live, they can, do j better with their money than put it into aj life insurance policy. If they live? Is that a condition upon which one can rely? We have an example showing that the purchase of a Life Insurance is a good investment, whether the person who is insured lives or not. A young man recently died in this city who, in ls'til, being twenty live years of age, insured his life for §5,00(5. Tlicnnnual premium on his policy was $100.85. During the eleven years up to his death he paid the premium in full, not withdrawing any of the dividends to which he was entitled. The whole amount which he paid was $1,109.35. In the meantime, the value of his policy of insurance Increased every vear bv the accumulation oi dividends. These lit the time of his death amounted to §1,120, which, added to his policy, made $0,12!) the sum of money due to liis heirs. This is an actual history of his policy, which was iss...

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THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE FARM AND GARDEN. There are over 100,000 cows in the State of Vermont, yielding an income oi si>,533,300. St. Joseph and Benson Harbor, Mich., have shipped 800,000 baskets of peaches this season, bringing $400,000. The corn cribs of Pennsylvania tills year are too small for her crops. Tko cribs of the AVest have not been large enough for the last three years. Offer your animals salt two or three times at‘least, in each month. Lumps ol rock salt lying near them will prove useful, as they eaii take it when they please. Wiiat haying and harvesting were to I Northern and Western farmers before the introduction of the mowing machine, horse rake, reaper, &c., the picking season is to the cotton planter, or more. As the bolls open the cotton must be gathered, or damage andloss ensues. The lower bolls open first , the middle next, and the uyper ones last. Ali. seeds to be used for sowing should be selected and laid aside for that purpose. They will not then be sent...

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HOUSE OF THE ANGEL GUARDIAN, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

HOUSE OF THE ANGEL GUARDIAN,

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BOSTON, MASS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

BOSTON, MASS. This is au ASYLUM FOR ORPHAN, HOMELESS, AM) WAYWARD BOYS, where all are alike taught the principles of the Catholic Faith, and the virtues of a Catholic life. The hoys are governed without brute force—or even the rodhut by gentle counsel and timely reproof. They are spared the shame and disgrac • of being called and considered as criminals, and, therefoie arc not sullen and obstinate against kind persuasion to good. But a great difficulty ever stands in our way. It is to provide a support for so laree a family. Our trust is in God, who feeds the birds and clothes the flowers, that He would open the j hands and incline the hearts of our brethren to come to our relief. God always blessed the efforts : th thelamented Father Haskins. Byhiscfforts Society of the Angel Guardian tVns Established in 1854, and It has always Proved the iUaiii Support of flic House. ; privileges of benefactors are as follows, j They were graciously accorded by our Holy Father, 1 ope Pins IX.. dur...

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