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

Literature. Sadlteu's Catholic Directory. Almana« and Onno for the Yf.au of Ouff Lokj> 1873. with full returns of the various in the United States and British North America, and a Life of the Archbishops, Bishops and Priests in Ireland. New York:D. &J. Sadtfcr&Co. For Bale by Patrick Donahoe, Boston. ' This book is not as well goi up as it should be, but the fault may not lie with the editor. It contains information concerning the Catholic clergy of the United States and British North America which is extremely valuable, and which cannot be found elsewhere, lienee, notwithstanding its faults, the book is welcome. We cannot do without it. A Novena in Honor of St. Joseph, translated from the Italian of Father Parrifnsni, S. J., with the approbation of the Archbishop of Baltimore. Baltimore: John Murphy & Cos. For sale by Patrick Donahoe, Boston. The devotion to St. Joseph grows in th» Church day by day, and the Church wit-' nesses tliis'i...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Pilot. Six young ladies received the white veil at the Church of the Assumption, Syracuse, N. Y., January 2. j Bishop Vaughan, of Salford, England, laid the comer-stone of St. Peter's Church in that city Dec. 11. St. Alphonsus’ Church,Windsor, Ontario, will cost $50,000, and will he dedicated early in the spring. The Catholics of Milltown, N. 8., passed strong resolutions in favor of religious education, Jan. 5. The first legislative assembly of New York was convened bv a Catholic Governor, and the first act, Oct. 30,1863, was the ‘ ‘ Charter of Liberty.” A dramatic and musical entertainment in St. Patrick’s Hall, Carleton, N. 8., Jan. IG, was quite successful. The German Catholic Church of Saint Agnes, at Lock Haven, Pa., was dedicated Jan. 1, by the Chancellor of the diocese of Harrisburg, the Bishop being unavoidably absent. The tenth annual meeting of the WallaWalla Association, W.T., was held on Sunday, Dec. 5, a majority of the members ...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Our Chromo. &|e |ttoi BOSTON, FEBRUARY 1, 1873. Our clerks arc busy mailing the Pilot On ROMO to subscribers. Those who have sent us 20 cents for postage will receive ttieir copies as soon as they can be prepared. Wq request onr kind friends on receipt of tlie Cliromo to show it to their neighbors, so as to satisfy them of its worth. Persons forming clubs should show the chromo. Those who see it will subscribe. Wo request all to be particular in sending the postage beforehand.

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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Where We Are to be Found. Tub Pilot Office and Bookstore, 3GO Washington street. Drafts on Ireland, at the Banking Booms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, Temple place.

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Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac For 1873, with a full report, of the various Dioceses in the United States and British North America; also a list of the Archbishops, Bishops, and Priests of Ireland. Price, §l.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Home for Destitute Children, llarrison A.vonue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. Subscriptions thankfully received. Quart rly Hastes are said In llie Clinpol of the TTome for all b n 'factors, living and dead, and the priiyere of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to heaven for those who contribute to tlio support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. Tin y must bring a recommendation troui their parish pric6t. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Patrick Traiuor SlOO 00 Mrs. P. Tralnor 50 00 Francis Supple 50 00 , Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor ( will please pay up their subscriptions.at their earlies t , son vonienoe, to lilt. DOXUIOE, or the Superintendent. Mk. U. Colli: DRAFTS, payable at every Bank in Ireland, for sale as usual at the rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, Temple place, by Patrick Donahco.

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Burnixg op a Boston Sun*.—Tlio American barque, Wallace, of Boston, from Antwerp, to Quay West, America, in ballast, caught tire in Torbay, England, on Jan. 4. Notwithstanding all efforts, the flames got a complete mastery, and the crew had to abandon their vessel, which was burned to the water’s edge. Ono man is said to bo missing. Train Accident. A construction train In backing down, on Jan. 16, near Wells Village, ran against a stick of timber, and the first car, containing a gang of laborers, was thrown off the track against a rock and broken in two. Twenty or thirty men are reported more or less injured. A Frozen Driver.—Near Blue Earth, Minn., lately a team was found frozen to death, but still standing and life-like before a large family sleigh, in which sat the driver also dead, but maintaining his seat with reins in his stiff and frozen hands, while in the bottom of the sleigh eight human beings were found dead. A Sad Story.—A sad casein tlieNorthw...

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Irish-American Societies [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Irish-American Societies The latest meeting: of the Philadelphia Catholic Association, at Pliilopatrian Hall, indicated an encouraging: spirit and progress. The St. Ambrose Beneficial Society OtSchuylkill Haven, Pa., lias been admitted to the Union. St. Mnlacliy’s Beneficial Society of Pittsburgh, I'a., lias been admitted to the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union, this making the third Society of tiiat city which lias become attached to that National organization of Catholic Beneficial Societies. The Knights of St. Patrick, St. Paul, Minn., have elected the following officers: President, Henry O’Gorman; Vice President, James Oddm-eil; 2nd Vico I’resident. Martin Tobin; Recording Secretary, James O’Brien; Financial Secretarv, I’. T. Cavanagh ; Treasurer, John Mitchell. The Society is, we learn, in a flourishing condition. The Grand Branch of the Kmerald Beneficial Association. ot Pennsylvania, met in Reading, l’a., Jan. 7. Immediately alter the adjournment oi the Grand Branch of I ennsy...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Jftn. 21,1873. ! The Miserable IVtather Should be my topic to the extent of a column or two, if 1 consulted my own ieelings just now. 1 am afraid to commence anything like a catalogue of the various meteorological phenomena which have afflictedNew Y'ork, since Christmas Day was a thing of the past. I should be carried away with my subject from its gloomy fascination. We have had all sorts of experiences underfoot, ambient and overhead; but the prevailing features have been slush alternated with a glassy surface all over the city. When one was not tumbling in the cold snow-slush, one was slipping and breaking joints on the frozen earth. Now it is raining a line scotch drizzle out of a leaden London sky. Tliero is an aocursed child of sunny Italy under my window grinding out of a hand-organ, Chopin’s “funeral march,” a lovely composition, but fearfully harrowing just now. I, to bo sure, am snug within my modest apartment, with the Are in the humble bache...

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The Nun of Kenmare. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Nun of Kenmare. New York, Jim. 17, 1873. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sue :—I have just received the following letter from t lie Nun of Kenmare. addressed to you for insertion in your excellent paper. 1 remain faithfully yours, James Rodgers. Convent of Pooh Clares. / Kenmare, Cos. Kerry, Ireland. J To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir:—l have to> thank you for Inserting my letter, begging for help for our poor on Christmas day. 1 have also to thank those who so generously sent help out of their poverty, for what has been m- lvi <1 has been, with few exceptions, from the poor. One gentleman, a Protestant Member of Congress, sent fifty dollars, and a letter of the kindest sympathy for poor Ireland and interest in my work. I am sure those who read my letter and did not send help, would have done so If they had the least Idea of the deep poverty of the poor In tills part of Ireland; If they knew how far even a little will go In relieving the great distress...

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How Irish Cities are Ruled. An Example for America. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

How Irish Cities are Ruled. An Example for America. James Alexander Mowatt. The following excellent letter appears in the N. 3". Evening Post, from James Alexander Mowatt, an Irish Protestant gentleman, an article by whom we copied lately from the Christian Union. The Evening Post says editorially Now that we are looking about lorthe means of improving our oitv government, not here only, but elsewhere, Mr. Mo watt’s account of tli e mode of managing the Irish cities will bo read with profit . Ireland is hardly the place to which we should naturally turn (or lessons in goverment. and particularly in self government; and yet, if the reports of our correspondent bo correct, her principal municipalities are much better handled than our own. We boast of havingbeen trained in habits of self-government, and the Irish for centuries have been wailing under what they deem English despotism, and here they come with the proofs that their [ cities and towns are in a better state than any in this...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. Anthony Cogan, Dublin. The many friends of the Rev. Anthony ! Cogan, Dean of the Seminary of Navan, and author of the ‘ ‘ History oi the Diocese of Meath,” will hear with sincere regret the unexpected demise of this gifted clergyman. A few months ago he was attacked by heart disease, which resulted in his death, on baturday, Dec 28, in the 58th year of his age, 22 of which lye had spent on the mission. Rev. Francis MaGrnih, Richfield, Eng. The Rev. Francis Magrath died at Lichfield, England, Dec. 27. He was educated at the English College at Rome, under the late Cardinal Wiseman, fie was interred at St. Joseph’s Cemetery, Nechells, Birmingham, on Tuesday, Dec. 31, the body having been brought from Lichfield anil placedin the church on the previous evening, the Yiear-GenerUl officiating in the absence of the Bishop. Rev. Anthony Duffy, S. J., IVew Orleans. Died, at the College of the Immaculate Conception, New Orleans, on the 29tli of December, at 9, p. m., ...

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

Obituary. Mrs. Harrison Gray Otis, one of the best known and loved of Iloston residents, died at her residence, 41 Mount Vernon street, on the morning of the 21st inst., at the ripe .age of seventy seven years. For a long time she had been n sufferer from nara’ysis, but retained the clearness of her in tellect and her usual cheerful frame of mind, until a few hours before her death, which took place during a period of unconsciousness. On Thursday, the 2nd Jan., the mortal remains of Mrs. Margaret Kelly—mother of the oldest Catholic publisher of Philadelphia—were consigned to the earth. A Solemn Requiem Mass was celebrated on the occasion at St. John’s Church, Thirteenth street, by Rev. Mr. Mullen, of St. Phillips’Church, Philadelphia. Rev. Tlios. Harry, of St. Teresa's, preached a touching sermon, paying a warm tribute to the many Christian virtues of the deceased, whose pious and amiable life had edified and endeared her to all .—Catholic Herald. Died, in Clifton, Mass,, Miss Maiy ...

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

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Irclnml riu! the Pope. On Jan. sth the Pope received a deputation from Ireland, bringing with them an address from the Catholics of the country, and an otferiugof St. Peter's Pence. In replying to the deputation, his Holiness con gratulated them on belonging to a nation whose faith had remained steadfast when other countries had given way to unbelief. In conclusion, he gave the deputation and their country his solemn blessing. Tlic Pope ami the King. The Soir has the following The Pope, informed that an establishment of a doubtful character, called the Crystal Palace , had been opened beside the College of the Jesuits (at Home), and, justly alarmed by the fact, has written the following letter to the King of Italy:— SutE, —I am older than your and, before you, I shall have to render an account to God of my actions. But the day will come when your Majesty,in your turn, will he called upon to" answer for your actions before the Supreme Judge. But as we Kings...

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

MARRIA( PEMSYLVAI Shields—G allaoi ier —At !■ Temperanceville, Alleghany c< S. Tobin, George Shields, esq., to Bridget, third daughter of . glier. First Principal Teacher, tional Model School, county Lei DEATH!: Notices like the following are in MASSACIITSi: McKenna—ln Green street . Martin McKenna, son of John na.arry, parish of KillorgUn,c land, aged A. Coghlan— ln Charlestown. Coghlau. son of .John and M years and 4 months. Wexford papers please copy. SCOLLAun— In East Braintre sumption, Garrett Stepen Scol and -LI days. YEW YORK C Mastkrson—Thomas James and Bridget Masterson, a nut parish of Tara, co Cavan, Ir year of liis age. Ives—Jan. 9. Catherine Ives. Cork. Ireland, in the 35th vear McShorley—Jan. 9. Ann M< Peter McShorley, a native of skerry, county Tyrone, Ireland O'Mai.lev —Jan. 9, Ann, t O’Malley, Ballinaliinch, county in tlie 80th year of her age. Knight— Jan. 8, Ann Knigli parish of Atlague. county Itosci McCord—Jan. 9. James Me Grange, county Ty...

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FATHER BURKE. A Beautiful Sermon. "Render unto Caesar the Things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the Things that are God’s.”—-The Claims of Church and State—-Obedience to the Law of the Land Enjoined by God. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

FATHER BURKE. A Beautiful Sermon. "Render unto Caesar the Things that are Caesar’s, and unto God the Things that are God’s.”—-The Claims of Church and State—-Obedience to the Law of the Land Enjoined by God. The following sermon was recently delivered by the Very Rev. Father Burke, in the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer, and has not been hitherto published, on account of press of the Father’s later discourses upon our columns. It will well repay perusal In the name of tlic Father and of the Son and of the Holy Ghost. Amen! The Gospel for the 22d Sunday after Pentecost is token from the 22d chapter of tlie Gospel according to St. Matthew : •* Then the Pharisees consulted amongst themselves how to ensnare Jesus in Ilis speech, and sent to Him their disciples with the Herod - ians, saving, 'Master, we know that Thou art a Teacher who tenches the way of God in truth; neither oarest Thou for any man; tell us, therefore, what dost Thou think— Is it lawful to give tribute to Caesar or not? Bu...

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What Becomes of the Poor? [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

What Becomes of the Poor? ’To tlic Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sii; This is a question often lost sight of, and yet no one with any Christian feeling can be indifferent to its solution. “The poor you have always with you*’ rings down through the ages, and that touch of Nature that makes the world kin joins its voice to the appeal of the Saviour. There has never been a time since that appeal was made that some ministry for tlic relief of the poor did not exist; now m the form of private cnarity, now in the cloistered home of the monk or hermit again through public benevolence, or institutions established by the State. Philanthropy, no doubt, has done much service for the relief of the poor, hut sooner or later prejudice stains the motives of its instruments, red tape is wound round its buildings, tho smell of the prison is over them all. and, rather than cross the threshold, those for whom they were intended Pine away, sicken, and d'ic. Now Government institutions are no better, for in...

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Monastery of the Passionists. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Monastery of the Passionists. W EST Hoboken , N. J ., January, 1873. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir : —YVe have improved a few days’ respite, from what we left Boston for the purpose of doing in New York, by paying a visit to this Retreat of the ‘'Congregation of Discalced Clergy of the Most Holy Cross and Passion of Jesus Christ.” The members of this Congregation are better known under the name oi Passionist Patliers. The Congregation* was founded by Saint Paul of the Cross, llis secular name was Paul Dauli, born in Ovada, Piedmont, January 3, 1634. After an existence of several years, his Congregation was formally approved by an Apostolic Bull, November If!, 1700. ' Saint Paul died October 18,1775, ait. 80 years, 9 months, 15 days. He was c&nonized by our Holy Pather Pius IX. June 29,1867. We have felt it as a great privilege to witness the domestic life of these good Passionists. This is residence of the Provincial, Very Rev. Pather Dominic Tarlatini, and of his...

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Treatment of Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Treatment of Emigrants. The following letter contains charges of a grave nature, wljich call for a response from the Steamship Company involved. There is little douht that on all the lines a dangerous discretionary power is placed in the hands of subordinates. If these statements be substantiated an immediate investigation is necessary rp G Waerixgtok St., Boston, Jan. 4,1873. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir .-As you have asked all emigrants to tell you how they were treated, 1, for one, will tell you my plain, ‘‘ unvarnished tale.” I embarked at Queenstown on the 30th of last August, about 3 p. m. Asa married man I got my berth with seven more married couples, one Irishman, two children, five Englishmen and women, and a colored man and his wife. After securing my berth I looked after my trunks. I saw them lowered into the hold as if they were so many bags of straw, the ends nearly broken, the lid crushed in, and the hinges knocked off; had it not been that one was well tied, m...

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