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

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall lUver, Mass.—l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. Jew Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. f-tillinguast & maSON. S. S. COLLINS, 23 Matbewson street. < ity-TUK AMERICAN NEWS CO.. 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. Y SI. NF.VIN Philadelphia, Pa .—CENTRAL 606 Chestnut street. CO., **!& S:rS!r ,f„S iCKDe '» »•» «**. Baltimore, Md.— II.TAYLOR.Sun Ironß'dms CIC EVANS d i CO! ~ U * KRAME «> DAWSON* Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WAJLkI; J RICHARDS:J.K lUWLEY Clileaco, 111 —WESTERN NEWS CO. 10X1 ST - Louisville, Ky,—A.GUNTER;C.T.DEARING iB*-WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit, Mich.—J.A.ROYS; MICH.NKWSCO San Francisco, Cal.— M. FLOOD. St. John, N, B.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY: V McCOURT. ’ Halifax, X. S.—THOMAS O'CONNER. Clifton, C. W.— TUNIS & CO. Toronto, C. H'.— PATRICK DOYLE j

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND, AUTHOR OF "HESTER'S HISTORY.” CHAPTER XIII. TROUBLED LX HER MIND. It was a moment of some excitement to May" when she climbed into the great travelling-carriage of the Archbolds, and was taken from the gate of Mouasterlea. Miss Martha inspected her departure with pride. ‘ * I have done my best to turn her out like a gentlewomanthought that, kindly spinster, “and, let them have whom they may, they can never see a sweeter face at their board. Ah, deary me! why does Paul not come home while she is looking like that?’’ And lliss Martha returned to her lonely parlor to follow out the train of this idea, with her knitting in her lap, her spectacles on her nose, and her mouth at a reflective angle. She hail been busy as a bee for the past few days, but now the delicate laces were all cleared and pressed, the fair muslin gowns were all folded, the little knots and rosettes of gay ribbons were all stitched i...

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SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH RIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH RIFE. From the Dublin Nation. CHAPTER XXXlV—(Continued). What shook their hearts and utterly dispirited them, was the course taken by the Bishop and Clergy. The deputations from the Council of the Tenant League, on arriving at Athlone, found themselves confronted by an ecolcsiaslical opposition, with which it was useless to contend. In vain the men who flung themselves into the turmoil and begged the people, by the most solemn aspirations, to remember that m sending back Crowe to Parliament, they were cutting their own throats, urgued until they were hoarse, and exerted themselves until further physical action became an impossibility. Xot only were they'not listened to, but they were scoffed at, pelted and chased by the mobs whom Crowe’s well-timed liberality had rendered infuriated with whiskey. The few priests who took part with the nationalists were openly spat upon in the streets by the demented rowdies, and often ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to January <t. ANTRIM. Terrible morder in Belfast.—An old lndv named Miss Kerr, residing at troit Bodge, on the Victoria Road, Holy wood, near Belfast, ivas found murdered in her house lately. Her servant-woman was also found dead, both bodies being woluiiv injured. Two women have been arresteu for the murder, and the evidence is uea against them. Ulster Railway Accident.— An nooident which fortunately did not result'family, occurred at the Belfast station ,l■ - • While the train from CionM was waiting at the station, the DeiTy portion came ward, and by some das mt y across the other train, mstea l ? into the crossing. Ae ®f® c LcertainCd persons injured has not bei n hscertaincd, 1 nit it is estimated at from L - ; ' • . had their ribs broken, received cuts and bruises.— Ane/lo Celt. suspected. —A Dublin despatch S Jan C d, who g is reftted tbougii strenuous efforts are being made bvthf police to capture her. Her sister Marvßev, is in Downpatrick...

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The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. Petition filed against— Dec. 30—Patrick Ceillv, formerly of Mountbrown, In the county of the city of Dublin, cattle exporter. Petitions to be heard— At Castlebar, April 2—Janies Staunton, late of Mauulla, Castlebar, co. Mayo, publican and road contractor. At Enniskillen, Aprils—John Little, sen., late of Kilnabraghter, Tempo, co. Fermanagh, rot in any business. At Wicklow, April 9—Joseph Heyfron, late of Rathdrum and Clash; co. Wicklow, groetr and spirit dealer. At Maryborough, April 10—Timothy O’Shea, late of Bridge street, Mountmelllck, Queen’s co., pawnbroker and draper.

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

BIRTHS Dec. 30, in Dublin, the wife esq., of a daughter. 31, the wifi esq., of a daughter. 30, the wif ley Grivnshaw, M.D., of a s< Henry Mullett, esq., of a son. Thomas Tiglie Mecredy, of a so At Blackcock, the wife of J son. Dec. 29. at Ilatlicrton, Mill Alfred Ilensllaw, of a daughter Dec. 25, at Garden Vale, Atl John Pearce, esq., of a dauglitc At St. John's Glasthule, the ■ phy, of a daughter. marriag; Dec. 28, In Dublin, Arthur Cl( leen Moylau, daughter of Denii Francis'John 11} an, c-sq., of J dred Annie, daughter of the la esq.,of Dublin. Dec. 29, at Granard, Franc nard, to Mary, daughter of Brie DEATHS Dec. 22, in Dublin, P. Dug: Margaret Mulligan, aged 89. E James Anthony. 30, Rosiua, v 28, Marsella. relict of Michael M Michael Merriman, aired 13. 30 Matthew Sheridan. 29, Win. relict oi Patrick Farrell, aged 6 ren, wife of James llopkins, agi ret Lambert, aged 68. 28, Eliza Hck McGrath, aged 70. 29, La vany, aged 37. 31,Margaret Ha Patrick O'lianlou, aged 89. 31...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Vestments, Church The attention ol the Reverend the beautiful assortment of tlies ing all our stock in tliis line, ini] Trade, which we succeeded in fire entike, as follows: Chasuble Fine Gold Cloth, Real Gold G broidery, in rich and elegan' 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 1(50.00; 17; Gold Cloth, Half Fine Galoons $40.00; 1(5.00; 48.00 ; 60.00. Gold Cloth, with and without ] Galoons, $28.00 ; 20.00; 50.00; 42.50. White Watered Silk, Real G Embroidery, $83.00; 98.00; lib White Watered Silk, Half Fine and Embroidery, $ 12.00; 50.00; White, in various styles Silk t and without Flowers, with S Gold Galoons, S1G.00; 19.(X); 29.00; 31.00; 35.00; 35.00 ; 37.00; Violet Red. Green, and lilac! styles of Silk and Linen Hama Velvet, etc., etc., $18.00; 18 28.00 ; 30.00 ; 3-5.00; 42.00 ; 48.00; 80.00; 81.00; 98.00. Copes, various styles, from $33.C Dalmatics, in various styles, froi Preaching Si Beautifully Embroidered Gold Ol 28.00 ; 42.00. White Moire, $24.00 ; 20.00 ; 29.00, White Damask, $7.50; 8.5...

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

KERRY. Of John Galliyan, fr I.ike. in ar Klllarney, parish < Kerry, who came to this countr; - : " 1 en lost heard from he' Oregon. Information of ills wli received liy his brothers, Pati Gallivan, Lafayette Avenue, bei streets. Detroit, Michigan. Of John and Michael Daniel Shea and Mary Morii West of Din.Me, parish of Moore formation of tliem will bo reel ter, Mary Shea, No. 77 Tenth Conn. CLAHE. Of Patrick Maddigan (maiden name Margaret McCai neali, co. Clare; when last he years ago, they lived somewhere but don’t know the name of the tion will be received by Margari mira Female College, N. Y. Of Mrs. Mary Grant, i Grant, deceased; also, my uncles and Michael Gar\ v, all of the pai co. Clare; when last heard from nois, in 1861. Information of tl if living, will be received by Mlcl can's Mill, Sonoma co., Cal. Of Martin Hickey, froi: Listeen, co. Clare, who came about 15 years ago; when last he: in Zanesville, Ohio. luformati received by his brother, Michael Cayuga count...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. “ Patrick O’Keefe,” Hudson. N. Y.— Chambers’ “Book of Days,” in half-calf, will coat you §l2. per copy. “John Walsh,” Boston, Mass.—“ Lewis Carroll ” of recent literary fame, is said to be the Rev. Mr. Dodggon, of Christ’s Church,Oxford, England. “ Joskth Manoan,” Chicago, 111.—The first nmnber of tho new series of D. Brownson’s Review has already been issued. Mr. Donahoc cun supply oopies of it. “ Daniel Hogan,” New York City.—The Cork Examiner bears the imprint of Bartholomew Britton, No. 8 Upper John Street (Mulgrovo Road), City of Cork. “ John KELLY,”Baltimore.Md.—We forwarded the answer to your inquiry to headquarters at Boston, longsince. Thanks for your commendation of our humble selves. “ James Maguire,” Hudson, N. Y.—Sanders’ News Letter is printed and published by Mr. Francis O’Mara. No. 1 Thomond Terrace, North Circular Road, and No. G 2 Dame street, Dublin. • ‘ p. H. Walsh,” Toronto, Canada.—Joh...

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The monks as Locksmiths. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The monks as Locksmiths. The Benedictine monks of tho middle ages were skilful locksmiths, and their work has never been surpassed In ingenious design or artistic execution. There Is an apostle’s lock, perhaps flvo hundred years old, the work of a Franciscan iriar, which is perfectly marvellous. It is of wrought-iron, and includes a most elaborate wreath oi flowers, among Which is concealed the spring. Over the escutcheon ts the figure oi an apostle with outt.trctchtod hand, and the lever of the ordinary side-holt isin the form of a dog looklr)*? as savage with one head as Cerberus did with three. There is also the lock of a tabernacle even more elaborate Tho escutcheon surrounding the key-hole is surmounted by a liguro of our Saviour and on either side are two angels. The other parts oi tho lock are elaborately graven • the edges being lined with beads and scrolls. The key is a miracle of art • the how containing a galaxy of seraphic laces /aid the stem formed of shapely beads. ’

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Catholics and Protestants in Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Catholics and Protestants in Ireland. ©je ||ilot. BOSTON, FEBKUAKfJ, 1873 1 “ l,ct Ireland in America be faithful, be Catholic, l»o temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”—Bbv. Thomas N. Bcbke, O. P. Tho Christian Union of lastwee'.v published an article by “ Leonard Bacon, I). D. ” on Mr. Froutle’s view of the Irish Question. The writer says he has heard tho entire course of Mr. Froude’s lectures, and we readily believe him, for, liko the Atlantic Monthly, he “thinks the Englishman’s thought.” 110 says Mr. Froude’s objeot has been strangely misrepresented; that ‘ ‘ his advocacy has no other aim than to vindicate the present intentions of the British people towards Ireland;” and that his lectures were an unsparing exposure of ‘ ‘ the famous six hundred years of misgoverament, first English, and afterwards British, in that unhappy country.” We cannot follow the writer in all his opinions, for it is evident that all he knows about Ireland he has learned from Mr. Froude’s lectu...

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Catholic Statistics of the United States, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Catholic Statistics of the United States, We have examined Sadliers' Catholic Almanac with a great deal of care, with a view to gather from it and present to our readers an exact and interesting table of statistics with regard to the condition of the Catholic Church in the United States. We regret that the Almanac is not edited with more care, or by one more competent for so difficult and irksome a task. As far as we have beer, able to calculate from the figures given in the Almanac, there are at present in the United States seven Archbishops, fifty-eight Bishops, besides four Episcopal Sees or positions vacant, four thousand three hundred and ninety-eight Priests, a very large number of clerical students, five thousand three hundred and sixtyeight churches built, besides eight hundred and sixty-seven chapels, and one hundred and thirty-three churches building. Duringthe year there died one Archbishop, two Bishops, one of whom had resigned his charge, and forty-three priests. Accord...

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The Late Emperor of the French. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Late Emperor of the French. In our last issue we gave our opinion of Napoleon 111. as a political ruler, and as such wo praised him highly. We could not forget that he governed France with consummate ability during twenty years, and that those years were blessed with prosperity and plenty. The close of his career was indeed disastrous, and obscured the lustre of bis otherwise glorious reign. He died in exile, and his end was in a certain sense sudden. How far the late Emperor deserved well or ill of religion and the Church, or rather how much he desired to servo either, it is not easy to say. We cannot share the bitter judgment rendered against him by the N. I. Freeman's Journal; but we do not wish to say in his favor more than the facts of history warrant. That he respected religion there can be no doubt. lie beautified the churches of France; he was generous to Catholic institutions; he always treated the clergy with marked respect; he attended Mass on Sundays and holidays wit...

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A Great American Enterprise. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

A Great American Enterprise. A vast stroke of American mercantile success lias just been achieved, vrhicli should not he passed unheeded by the pub. lie. We refer to the leasing of the magnificent Bay and Peninsula of Samana in Sauto Domingo, by a company of New York and Boston merchants, for a period of ninetynine years. When Sir James Brooke sailed in his yacht to Borneo in 1838, and became the friend of the Sultan and a power in that rich island, his countrymen in England were proud of him and excited about his success. When he was appointed Rajah of Sarawak by the Sultan for his services, England became still more interested. When the islands of Labuan and Sarawak were, through Rajah Brooke’s influence, annexed by treaty to the British Crown, England felt and acknowledged herself to be the debtor of this enterprising man; and upon his visit to England as Governor of Labuan he was received with great honors and received many marks of distinction from the Government. The name of A...

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Prospective End of the Prussian Persecution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Prospective End of the Prussian Persecution. Tlie correspondent of the N. Y. World, in a very intcresting 1 etter on Prussian affairs, Pec. 2S, says he has information from a most trustworthy source, that Bismarck has received u check in his persecution policy. He is assured that so far from the Crown Prince being the Premier’s especial friend. His Imperial Highness agrees with his mother, his wife, and the other members of the family, in viewing with alarm the conflict with the Catholic Church which Bismarck has urged on, and in desiring to wean the Emperor from his submission to Bismarck’s will. In this they have now succeeded, and it is probable that the flgbt with the Church will soon bo quietly abandoned. When Bismarck, suddenly recovering from his pretended illness, 6aw his scheme for swamping the House of Peers defeated, he endeavored to prevail on the Emperor, but was too late. “They all saw that his policy would alienate from the throne the nobility, the gentry, the clergy,...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Deaths of the week in Boston, 179—96 males, 83 females. Of these 43 died of small-pox (a decrease of 10), and the largest number in Ward 2. Os Monday evening, the 20th of Jan., their first ball was given by the members of the Boston St. Valentine’s T. A. Society. The President, T. A. Hurley, was floormanager, and with an efficient corps of aids, did promptly all that was needed for the very great success of the evening. Kate Lehan’s Murder.—A Sunday paper lately revived the subject of the'mysterious Katy Lehan murder by the publication of a sensational story, that a hat was found near the scene of the tragedy, that the o wner was traced to his home in Brookline, that other officers were admitted to the secret, and that in a few days the suspected party made good his escape, although the detectives traced him to Pawtucket, Providence, and New York. The facts are simply these: During the coroner’s investigation, and ten days after the murder, and while Cusick was ...

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God, and Home, and Native Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

God, and Home, and Native Land. BY P. M. DE BURGO. For The Pilot. Priceless beacons left to guide ns, Safely steering life's frail bark, Steadfast, tho’ dire ills betide us, Brilliant, tho’ tlie way be dark. Moored within thee, Wrong rr c ding Flies far from thy joyous band; Noble trio, urging, pleading— God, and Home, and Native Land. God—while every creature owing Strength, existence, power to Thee, Season, planet, flowret, showing Beauty, splendor, fair to see: Heeding lowliest suplications, Noting e’en the sparrow’s fall, •yffding from the weak temptations, Guiding, watching, loving all. —wliat tender charms surrounding, r *iT at r ' c h links are tlilne; in tnee rarest gems abounding, hair exotics deck thy shrine; rrni 1 heart-chilled with bleak deception, \\ lien with sorrow sore depressed, Then we yearn with true affection, I 1 or thy balm, dear vale of rest. Native Land— what exultation Fires the ardent patriot’s brain: Lofty, lowly, be his station All for thee his toil and ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Personal. Mgr. Dumont lias been appointed Bishop of Tournay, Belgium. Me. Froude’swife is the daughter of Delane, editor of the London Times. Mr. J. E. O'Connor has been confirmed by the U. 8. Senate as Indian Agent for the Sioux at Grand River. The Tribune says that 50,000 copies of Tyndall's lectures have been sold, over and above the regular issues in which they first appeared. Mrs. Hannah McGuire, diedatNo. G7Maverick street, East Boston, at the age of one hundred years. She was a native of Ireland. Mr. Thos. O’Grady, the Mayor of Melbourne, Australia, has been appointed an additional member of the International Exhibition Committee. Mr. Froudc has now to meet his strongest opponent, and in England—Mr. Leckv. Ho has a splendid article on Froude in Macmillan’s Magazine for January. The Agenee Havas states that on the 28th of Dec., the Holy l ather would proceed with the decree of the canonization of Blessed Benedict Joseph Labre. Rev. Father Louis, Superior of the Passtonists of ...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Temperance. An adjourned meeting of the Catholic Total Abstainers of Rhode Island was held at Brownson Hall, Providence, Jan. 1. sir J. E. lianrahan, President, on assuming the chair for the first time since his elec" lion, made some remarks apropos of the occasion, and alluded to their auspicious beginning with the new year. Mr T B McCormack moved that the Corresponding Secretary of the Union, Mr. T. F. Carroll be instructed to issue invitations to the various societies of the State to assemble in convention (the time and place to be fixed upon by the Board of Government), for the purpose of celebrating St. Patrick’s Hay (March 17), 1873, and he spoke warmly in support of the motion, which was passed.

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