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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

BIRTHS. Nov 26, in Dublin, the wife of Nicholas Law, of a daughter. 23, the wife of Thomas Crotty, of a son. Nov 24, at Williamstown, the wife of Michael Beatty, of a daughter. Nov 24, at Skehena, Ballylinan, Queen’s co., the wife of James Delauy, of a daughter. Nov 29, at Dalkey, the'wife of M S Egan, of a daughter. Nov 29, at Maynooth, the wife of Edward Kavanagh, of a daughter. Dec 2, at Boyle, the wife of John Mulhall, esq, of a son. Nev 23, at Tivoli, Kilkee, the wife of Thomas Butler, esq, of a son. Nov. 25, at Svdenham, Dundrum, the wife of Frederick Kennedy, of a son. Nov 2i, at Castlenode, co Roscommon, the wife George Walpole, of a daughter. MARRIAGES. • Nov 26, in Dublin, Arthur Torkington, esq, to Jane, daughter of R. lleatlv, esq. 27, Walter Kelly, esq, to Mary Elizabeth, daughter of Mrs Anne Kelly, Drogheda. 25, Patrick, son of Philip O’Cleary, of Garrick, King’s county, to Mary Ellen, daughter of J. O'Reilly, of Dublin. Nov 14, at Balivmore-Eustace, Patrick Devoy, to ...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Vestments, Church Goods, Etc. The attention of the Reverend Clergy is called to the beautiful assortment of these goods, comprising all our stock in this line, imported for the Fall Trade, which we succeeded in saving from the lire entire, as follows: Chasubles. Fine Gold Cloth. Real Gold Galoons, and Embroidery, in rich and elegant designs, $92.00: 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 100.00; 175.00 ; 2W.00. Gold Cloth, Ilalf Fine Galoons and Embroidery, $10.00; 46.00 ; 48.00; 60.00. Gold Cloth, with and without Flowers, ordinary Galoons, $28.00 ; 29.00 ; 30.00 ;31.00; 33.00 ; 35.00; Wiite Watered Silk, Real Gold Galoons and Embroidery, $88.06 ; 98.00; 119.00; 125.00 ; 200.00. White Watered Silk, Half Fine and Silk Galoons, and Embroidery, $42.00 ; 60.00; *2.00; 60.00; 72.00.. White, in various styles Silk and Damask, with and without Flowers, with Silk and Imitation Gold Galoons, S16.00; 19.00; 22.00 ; 24 00 - 27 0029.00 ; 31.00; 33.00 ; 35.00 ; 37.00 ; 40.00. ' ’ ’ Violet Red, Green, and Blac...

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

KILKENNY. Of Jamel Morrissy, a native of KilJ kennv, who went to America about eight years I ago; when last heard of was in Kansas City, Mo. | Information of him will be received by his brother, Martin Morrissy, care of T Molloy, esq, Xapanee, j Canada. d2B | Canada, Irish World, and other American papers please copy. TIPI’KItVIIV. $5O Reward. Of John Gleeson, aged 21 years, who | left Garry-Kennedy, county Tipperary, In May last; it is supposed he went to his unole, John Gleeson, in New York. Information of Mm will be reeeived by his sisters, Mary and Margaret Gleeson. Address Daniel Ford, Box 251, East Cambridge, Mass. New York papers please copy. d2B Of Mrs. Johanna Fitzgerald—maiden I name Johanna Keating—a native of Clonmel, co. | Tipperary; when last heard from was in 21 For- | syth street, New York; also, of her sister, Margaret Keating; when last heard of her was In Louisville, Ky. Information of them will be received by their brother, Patrick Keating, Dutch Island, Newport,...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “James Burke,” Boston, Mass.— Lieutenant- Colonel Thomas Burke, C. 8., was living in 1823. “John llogan,” Chicago, 111. —As early as 1821 there were five steam and eight sailing packets running between Dublin and Liverpool. “Patrick Tobin” Philadelphia, Pa.— The Marquess of Drogheda, whom you inquire about, died in Dublin, Dec. 22, 1822, aged 92 years. “Thomas Farrell,” Cleveland, Ohio.— Commander William Parker D’Ksterre, of the Hon. Company’s ships The United Kingdom and Fairlee, died at Passage West, near Cork, Jan. 2(1, 1823. “ John Mannix,” Albany, X. Y. Sir Henry Mannix, Bart., of Richmond, County Cork, Ireland, died late in 1822, a* Fastwood, Pembrokeshire, aged S3 years. He. was, as you correctly remark, a native of Cork. “George Butler,” Philadelphia, Pm— The dramatic affair was entitled the .Son of Erin; or, the Cause of the Greeks a Plav in Five Acts,” The author was George Burges, an A. M. of Tr...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. The Patriarch of Jerusalem. A telegram from Jerusalem announces, Dec. 2nd, the death of Monsignor Valcrgo, the Latin Patriarch. Very ltcv. Canon Keogh, Ireland. The Very Rev. L. Canon Keogh, who died on Nov. 27th, was ordained priest in the year 1817, and spent, therefore, lifty-flve years in the arduous labors of the Irish missionary priest, forty-seven of which he was P. P. of Kilmore. ltev. T. licvillc, Ireland. The Rev. Timothy Keville, of Bailinrobe, Ireland, died at his residence, Bailinrobe, Cos. Mayo, Ireland, Nov. 24th, aged 33 years. lie was educated at St. Jarlath’s and Maynooth'; was two years curate at Tuam, and subsequently live years l’rofessor at JarJath’s. R. I. P. Mgr. Itcync, Hishop of Gundalope. The French journals announce the death of Mgr. Rcyne, Bishop of Guadulope, at the early age of forty-eight. The deceased prelate, who was born in that Department of Vaucluse, was formerly Chaplain of the Fleet, and highly respected, llcv. P. I*l. Sptu...

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Literature. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Literature. Tiie Catholic Would, January, 1878. The necessity of recommending this periodical lias long ceased: its name is its recommendation. The general reader will feel much interested in ‘ ‘ The Year of our Lord, 1872.” The Notices are excellent. The “Christmas Recognition” and the ‘ ‘ Christinas Memory ” afford very pleasing reading at this season; and the articles on Montalembert and Bismarck arc worth all praise. Fatheu Fitzroy; or. The Martyr of a Secret. A Tale of the Irish Famine. Translated from the French of Raoul de Navery. New York: I’. O'Shea, 1872. The principal subject of this tale is founded on fact, but is represented in an awkwardly conceived plot. It is a difficult subject—nay, too sacred to he dealt with in a boolc ol tliis kind. The writer has dared to do that for which he was not competent. The translation does not improve the origin], I’. 51. llavert y has issued Part Third of his ‘ 1 Catalogue of Roman Catholic Theology.” It is of much importance to our cl...

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Ordinations At Troy Theological Seminary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Ordinations At Troy Theological Seminary. ®|c filot BOSTON, -JANUARY 4, 1873. “ Let Ireland in America be faithful, be Catholic, be temiierate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”— Rev. Thomas N. Bubke. O. P. lit. Rev. Bishop McNeirney conferred Iloiy Orders upon the following clergymen on Saturday, Dec, 21:— were ordained priests. Revs. Cornelius T. Donovan. 1 Joseph Campbell, I Daniel J. Corkery, ! Archdiocese of Anthony Molloy, j New York. James Power, James T. Westerman, ) Patrick H. Becchman, ) Will. A. Drum, > Dioc. of Albauy. Cbas. A. Reilly, > WERE ordained deacons. Revs. Edward T. McGiuley ) John J. McGivney, | Michael Newman, ! Archdiocese of Edward J. O'Gorman, ( New York. John B. Salter, Eugene Smyth, J John McDonald, J Richard Meehan, > Dioc. of Albany. Thomas PT Walsh, > Rev. John Murphy, Diocese of Boston. Rev. John Michaud, Diocese of Burlington. Rev. John A. Mulcahy, Diocese of Hartford. Revs. John J. Donnelly, 1 Thos. T....

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Woman Suffrage in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Woman Suffrage in Ireland. At regular intervals during the year we are forced to open our eyes at the announcement in an Irish newspaper of “ a meeting of the Irish Society for Woman Suffrage.” On such occasions we have asked ourselves—ls the Old Country undergoing a change, or is this only the insane babbling of the newspapers ? In a late exchange we read that a meeting of this society was held “at Kyle, Wexford, Captain Harvey, D. L., in the chair, and Miss Robertson, the President of the Society, delivered an address.” These names answer our question. The Old Country is the same as ever, and the Irish newspapers are not usually untruthful; but the fact is that certain English and Scotch Protestants, who happen to live in Ireland, have organized such aSooiety, which they call “Irish.” The “address” of this female president was amusing, being in no way different from the editorials of the Woman's Journal, or the exaggerated ‘’lectures ”of our American women of the bold foreheads. ....

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A chromo for Every Subscriber! Clubs Get Their Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

A chromo for Every Subscriber! Clubs Get Their Chromo. Last week we stated that in consequence of our great outlay we could not send a copy of our Chromo to our club subscribers, unless they sent us 70 cents beforehand. We are happy to announce to-day that by a later arrangement with our chromo printers, we are now enabled to promise a chromo for every subscriber of Tiie Pilot, whether club subscribers or otherwise. All we ask now is, that those requiring the Chromo will send in their names as soon as possible. Each copy of the Chromo must he carefully arranged on a wood en roller, in order to go safely; the postage for which will be 20 cents. This sum must be sent before any subscriber can receive bis Cliromo. We request the organizers of clubs to collect from each member 20 cents for postage. We can only send the number of Cliromos for which postage is paid. The Chromos will be sent to the person who gets up the club, and he will distribute them to the members. We shall send a cop...

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Congregation of the Sacred Heart. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Congregation of the Sacred Heart. We had occasion, last week to notice briefly the introduction by Bishop Ilcndricken, of the Congregation of our Lady of the Sacred Heart, into the Diocese of Providence, by the establishment of an educational institution to bo conducted by the Order near that city; but as this is the first house in New England of the community which is justly regarded among the foremost devoted to female training, we think a further mention of it will be timely and interesting. The reputation and good results of this Order, like that of the Sisters of Notre Dame, and others with which its founding was contemporary, would lead one to suppose it much older than it can claim to be, dating back, as it does, no further than the beginning of the present century. It was founded at Paris in the year 1800, by the pious zeal of a young Jesuit priest, Pere Joseph Varin, having for its first member and moving spirit, a devoted and highly cultured lady, Madame Barat. The idea, h...

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Death of Father Burke’s Father. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Death of Father Burke’s Father. By the last mail from Ireland avc have received the sorroAvful announcement of the death, on Thursday, Dec. stli, of Mr. Walter Burke, of Galway, father of the Very lioA r . Thomas N. Burke, O. I*. There are Icav Avords to be said on such an event. We send our deepest sympathy to Father Burke, on whose heart and mind, already wearied with ceaseless labor, this affliction av i 11 fall heavily. He Avill receive comfort, hoAve\ r er, in the reflection that from his OAvn old Galway to the shores of the Pacific, cA’ery Irish Catholic Avho reads these lines will say a fervent prayer for the repose of his father’s soul.

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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Irish-American Societies. The Hibernian Benevolent Society of Milwaukee, Wis., will give their annual hail at Turner Ilnll, Jan. 15th. At a regular meeting of the Plunkett Lyceum, Olneyville, K. 1., held In their hall, Tuesday evening, Dec. 3d, the following gentlemen were unanimously elected officers for the ensuing term: —President, Thomas Gannon; Vice-President, James K. Gormly; Secretary, Jeremiah Leary; Treasurer, Charles Burrows; Standing Committee—James T. Kennedy, Patrick Magner, Dan 11. Burchard. The elections in the various branches of the Hibernian Association, New Orleans, La., last week, resulted in the choice of the following delegates to the Central Board . Branch 1, John McCaffrey, Hugh Flynn, Dan Mahoney: Branch 2, Robert H. Bartley, P. Klizurdi, James Galway; Branch 3, W. J. Kelly, P. Glennon. William Myhan; Branch 4, John Murray, John T. A. Onieallic, J. J. Healey. Branch 7, James Grant, John C. Donovan, J. J. Dowling; Branch 8, William Gorman, Thomas J. B. Flynn,...

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King Thiers! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

King Thiers! Few questions occupy the attention of the European public more deeply at any time, and none at present, than the attitude of M. Thiers to the Assembly and to the country. The opening of the Chambers in November was looked forward to with hope and confidence. Nor were these expectations by any means too sanguine. They had reason on their side. The great loan, effected previous to the closing of the Chamber in July, had been achieved with overwhelming success, so that it is destined to become historic in national finance. The trust of other nations in France, the resources that the country possessed within itself were made clearly evident to the world. But now the confidence of France and of Europe in the Government of M. Thiers has received a severe shock, and one from which it will only slowly recover if it recover at all. The words of M. Thiers became oracles. Whether he replied to a Mai re's address, whether he spoke to a child, whether his words were delivered in con...

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Irish Eyes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Irish Eyes. BY PERCEVAL GRAVES (Sull Dhuv). Irish eyes! Irish eyes! Eyes that most of all can move— From my book Lift the look Through your lashes dark, and prove me, In my worship, Oil how wise! Other orbs, be content, In your honor not dispraisal, Most I prize Irish eyes, Since were not your ebon, hazel, Sapphire all to light them, lent? So no mischief, merry eyes! Stars of thought no jealous fancies Can I err To prefer This sweet union of your glances, Sparkling, darkling Irish eyes? London ,Society.

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This Week’s Paper. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

This Week’s Paper. We beg to call attention to some features of unusual interest in The Pilot of this week. On ourfirst page we commence our New Year's Story, for which we request a reading by all our friends. We promise them that it will repay all their attention in its future developments. It is from the pen of one of the best living Irish writers. Our London letter is now written by the well-known “Caviare,” Mr. John Frant-is O’Donnell, and will be a treat to our readers every week. The Roman letters by “Connellan,” need no praise—our subscribers know his hand too well as an able correspondent. On our second and sixth pages will be found two of the very best lectures that I Father Burke has yet delivered in this j country—one on “ Catholic Young Men,” j and the other a sweeping and complete answer to Mr. Froude’s “last words,” which we gave in full two weeks ago. Our Irish news during the coming year will be even more comprehensive than heretofore, and our Catholic Intelligence, ...

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Return of Rt. Rev. Bp. of Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Return of Rt. Rev. Bp. of Springfield. On Saturday, Dec. 21st, tlie Right RevBishop O’Reilly arrived in Springfield from his European tour. A grand reception of the Bishop was contemplated by his loving people ; but his unexpected arrival only gave time for a hurried crowd to meet and welcome him at the depot. The Bishop’s eyesight is quite restored, and lie is other- I wise in excellent health, thoroughly recruited by his travels. To the skilful j treatment of Sir William Wilde, the emi- j nent oculist of Dublin (husband of the ! talented “ Speranza”), he attributes, under j God, his rapid recovery. On Sunday the Bishop preached in the j Cathedral at last Mass, telling his people how happy he was to see their kind faces again—the faces he so often recalled whilst abroad. lie likened his affection for the people of Worcester to that of a child for its parents; whilst the love in his heart for those of Springfield was as a bridegroom for his spouse. Since the last time he had seen th...

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The Old South Church, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Old South Church, Boston. Tiie Pilot has observed becoming modesty touching the question lately in agitation, whether this relic should he preserved for the veneration of future generations, or be leased to Uncle Sam for a temporary Post-office, and thereafter levelled and replaced by warehouses. The agitation has ceased: the question is answered: the Old South is now a Post-office. Upon relics of any kind many good people are sensitive, and yet furniture of the Mayflower makes a shrine of any Cape farmhouse where it may be visited, and a lock of Washington’s hair was exposed with awe to President Grant when he laid the corner-stone of our new Post-office; indeed memorials of an heroic past have, after all, tlieirchann, and even their soliduses. The Old South perhaps exceeds in interest any other similar legacy of colonial times. It was a meeting-house for services | strictly patriotic as well as for those of religion , and has enjoyed honors and endured vicissitudes which make ...

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OUR CANADA LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

OUR CANADA LETTER. Ottawa, Out., December IC, 1872. The Fronde Pilgrimage Has attracted more attention perhaps in Canada than elsewhere. It is the chief topic of discussion among all parties, and the newspapers are filled with it. Some time ago, before the death of the late and lamented John Francis Maguire, Archbishop Lynch, of Toronto, wrote a letter to him on the Home Rule question, which has since appeared in a great many Irish Catholic papers, and in that letter he said, in speaking of Canadian Englishmen, that they * ‘ are heartily ashamed of the treatment of Ireland.” Well this is, I believe, a true exposition of the feeling amongst them. But ano less true saying is that of the New York Herald that the Canadian Press are not to he taken as an evidence of Canadian opinion. So we find a great many newspapers, afraid to offend the ‘ ‘ powers that be” in the Old Country, taking the wrong side on the Home Rule question—whereas we also find others of a better stamp, and of a more i...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Piiot. The hospital in Troy, N. Y., under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, has been enlarged by the addilon of anew wing, accommodating eighty patients. TnE Little Sisters of the Poor are to be established in Troy, N. Y., through the aid of the St. Vincent de Paul Society, under the direction of Bishop Conroy. A new German School has been completed in connection with St. Lawrence Church, Troy, X. Y., and will be conducted by the Sisters of St. Joseph. The Young Men’s Catholic Lyceum of Albany, X. Y., gave a very successful entertainment recently. Their rooms are fitted up for comfort and improvement. Three residents of Ponchatouie, situated on the X. O. &G. X. Railroad (about two hours ride from Xew Orleans), have donated to the Archbishop two most eligible lots for anew church. Seventy-five years ago there were but two Catholic Churches in all New York State. Xow there are the Sees of Six Bishops; about 800 Churches, 700 pri...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Our Chromo. Clje pilot BOSTON, JANUARY 4, 1873. Tin; Pilot Chromo of Father Burke will ■be one of the finest specimens of American Chromo 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 Chromo, when framed, will delight the most sanguine of our subscribers

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