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Roll of Honor. PAYING OFF THE DEBT. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Roll of Honor. PAYING OFF THE DEBT. The following are the names of those who have paid their subscriptions to liquidate the debt on the Home for Destitute Catholic Children in Boston : Rt. Rev. J. J. Williams.. $lOO James Neagle $ 50 Very Rev. P. F. Lyndon. 100 Michael Corcoran 60 Rev. W. A. Blenkinsop.. 000 G.W.E]lard,Lew’ton,Me. 50 Rev. T. B. McNulty 500 John Carew 50 Rev. Janies Fitton 200 William Devine 50 Rev. 11. P. Smyth 100 R. H. Newton 50 Rev. J. Flatteliy, Canton 100 Christopher Blake 50 Rev. M. F. Flatley 100 John B. Regan 50 Rev. R. Fulton, S.J 100 Orphans, Concord, N. H. 50 Rev. R. W. Brady, 5.J... 100 Stephen Podesta 50 Rev. Emiliano Gerbi, John Coyle, Lynn 50 O.S.F 100 W. S. McGowan, Char’ll. 50 Rev. James McGlew 100 A Friend 50 Rev. Sherwood Healy... 100 David Grady 50 Rev. D. O'Callaghan 100 James Flynn 50 Rev. G. F. Haskins (dec.) 100 P. F. Sullivan 50 Rev. G. A. Hamilton.... 50 Thomas Rice 50 Rev. T. R. McNulty 50 Michael Ryan 50 Rev. M. Moran 50 Charles Donahoe 5...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

THE PIE is rtn i.isirED ri PATRICK DOJi 360 WASHINGTON Si BOSTON,M TO WHOM ALL LETT HRS ARE T< CONDITIONS. IN ALL CASI Oelivcred by Carriers In Bosto “ “ six mor “ “ four m Muirle Subscribers, by Mail, on “ “ sb

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall llivcr, Mass.—l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. ,\tw Haven, Conn. —EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, 15. I.—TILLINGIIAST & MASON: S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewson street. Jicw York City.— I THE AMERICAN NEWS CO.. 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, IV. Y.—M. NEYTN. Albany, A. Y.-15ER. HUGHES, C 92 Broadway Troy, Y.—P. ,J. DOOLEY, 182 River street. Oswego, IV. Y.—GEORGE 11. HEEB. Buffalo, IV. Y.—T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st. Philadelphia, Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. Erie, Pa.-SELL & BACKUS, 708 State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, JIiI.—H.TAYLOR.Sun Ironß'ding Cleveland, 0.-H. KRAMER, RAWSON EVANS & CO. Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J. P. WALSII :.T. RICHARDS;,!. R. HAW LEY. Chicago, iII.—WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo.—PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS ROOK A NEWS CO. Louisville, Ky.—A.GUNTERtC.T. HEARING Milwaukie, U'is WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Midi.—J. A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD....

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THE WCKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

THE WCKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTTIOK OF “HESTER'S HISTORY." — CHAPTER XYI. ftlll.S. I.KK IN8IST8 UPON TELLING HER STORY. May soon found herself domesticated pleasantly enough with tlio inmates of the Castle of Camlough. Just atfirst i she felt somewhat oppressed by attentions; from Lady | Archbold, who prided herself on being an excellent hostess; from Sir John, who was desirous that his special guest | should not find herself neglected; from Mrs. Lee, who! looked upon this girl as a windfall which I ate had sent to herself; from Katherine, who was resolved to dazzle and to patronise; and from Christopher, who was but bent upon pleasing his love. May accepted the treatment as quietly as though rdie had been used to it all her life, but once or twice she got tired of being asked if she were sure she would rather go out. than remain in-doors, if she were quite sure she would not like this chair better than that sofa, and if she we...

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SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR. THELACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR. THELACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. From tlie Dublin Nation. CHAPTER XXXVl—(Continued). The folding doors were softly opened a minute after, and the not too sober face of Crowe was thrust into the room. “I knew, John,” began the new arrival, “that you wouldn’t mind my coming up, so I disregarded all the remonstrances of your maid —devilish nice girl by the way!—and ventured a raid on your privacy. How bad you are looking. Three months of Tipperary atmosphere would make you all right again; and, by Jove, you must try and get it,‘ whatever inconvenience it may put the Party to. What is your special cause of discontent with yourself and the world,"this blessed evening, may I ask!” Sadleir groaned lugubriously. “ Not that infernal Petition, 1 hope?” continued his vivacious visitor. “ Why, my Lord, I've run through a fiery gauntlet of these abominations, and am none the worse for my experience. Don’t be discouraged on that account, 1 beg of you....

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Source: Boston College
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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. BY LAFFAN. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, In tho Cl-iVe Office ot tills District of the Unit'd States, for the Eastern District of New York. Elcock.—From one of our most highly esteemed correspondents we have received a note of inquiry relative to the Elcock surname, accompanied by a privuto letter from another correspondent, writing from Dowth, Drogheda, giving the few facts there attainable of the past history of the family who bore the name, to this effect: ‘‘ The Elcocks must have come into Ireland with Strongbow, settling in. Drogheda, though I can find no local record of mi earlier date than A. D. 1571. In St. Peter’s Church, Drogheda, I discovered an inscribed stone, which lay over an arched vault. The stone was embedded in the earth about eight Meet. Some fifteen years ago I had it raised to the surface. : At the time, I entered the vault with a lighted candle, dei seceding by a stone staircas...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. IDatos to .Tairuarv IT. ANTRIM. Tint Doetwood Murder . — The Ilolyvrood tragedy occupies yet a large share of public attention, and will probably continue to do so ior some time longer. About ten persons—all women but oneare now in custody on various charges connected with the murder, and these include Charlotte Rea, who irom the first has been suspected, an well as her sister, Mary to be a guilty parly, and for whom the police scorchod in vain ior five days. At the resumption oi the Coroner’s inquiry' on Jan. B, Mr. M’Mordie, solicitor lor Mary ilea, protested strongly against the privacy of certain magisterial investigations in this case, and applied for summons against Uio magistrates who presided his object being, lie said, to ascertain exactly what had transpired. The application was refused. CORK. Tin: MAGHIRK Fu.vn.—The 1 olio wing is an extract from a letter received m this city from the Right Rev. I>r. OMahony IJisliop of Arinidalo. It was writ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. Tui'. Royal Irish Constabulary.—lnstructions have been received from the Treasury to give the members of the Royal Irish Constabulary an increase of pay irom | the Ist of December. This increase, we understand, though considerable, is of only a partial nature, pending the final arrangements to be made for satisfying the just, claims of the force. A Worthy Project.—We again refer to the fact that Irish Antiquaries are contemplating the erection of a memorial to Brothers Michael Courey, Peregrine O’Cleary, and O’Muleonry, the “fourmasters "'who compiled the “ Annals ” which to this day constitute the basis of Irish history. The memorial will probably be in the form of a monolithic cross erected on the site of a dwelling within the monastery of Donegal, where the brothers compiled the “Annals" two centuries and a half ago. The Political Prisoners.— ln a correspondence recently published on this subject, Mr. Gladstone reminded Mr. M. L. Seagrave, of Lurgan, that twenty-on...

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The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Courts. Bankrupts and Insolvents. Petitions to lie heard — At the Pour Courts, Jan. 29—George Kinnaird Whaimnoud, l it -ot Rathmlnes Park, At Castlebar, late oi' Westport, co. Mayo, confectioner, and publican.

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Interview with the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Interview with the Pope. Rome, Dec. 10,1572. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir Your numerous friends in the Eternal City, both lay and clerical, whilst they have manifested their sympathy for you in your recent misfortune, yet are cheered by that indomitable spirit with which you still march on, carrying aloft, and steady to the front, Tiie Pilot—the banner of the Faith in America. On the eve of that beautiful feast of the Immaculate Conception I had the inexpressible pleasure of seeing the supreme, yet persecuted Pontiff, Pius IX. Whilst ascending the magn.llcent staircase of the Vatican, I recognized some American friends all the way from Connecticut. Rev. F. Leo, O. 8. F., and Mr. Wm. Harty, of the American College in Rome. Like myself, they were about to be admitted to an audience with the Holy Father. We were ushered into a spacious room, and soon alter his Holiness Pius IX. made his appearance, followed by different members ol the Pontifical Court. When he learned that we w...

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Charles Reade as a Plagiarist. A Queer Cnse for the Critics. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Charles Reade as a Plagiarist. A Queer Cnse for the Critics. A correspondent of the Nesc York Times says;— ‘•I always like to read the writings of Charles Beade, and I was interested in the first chapters of his ‘ Wandering Ileir,’ published in Harper's , last week. But I have found some curious coincidences iu it. Mr. Reade having said to his readers : “To give the reader some idea of the house he was going to, 1 will sketch the domestic performance from S o’clock on the previous evening.” He sets his company down to cards, and then he proceeds: Mistress Anne Gregory held bad cards; she had to pawn ring'after ring—for the ladies, being well acquainted with each other never played on parole —and she kept bemoaning her bad luck. ‘ ‘ Betty I knew how ’twould be. The parson called to-day. This odious chair, why will you stick me In it? Stand farther, girl. I always lose when 3 011 look on.” Mrs. Betty tossed her head, and went behind another lady. Miss Gregory still lost, and had to pa...

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St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

St. Patrick's Benevolent Society. Massillon. Ohio, Jan. 19, 1873. Patrick Dokauoe, Esq. near Sir:— At a regular monthly meeting of the above society, a vote of thanks was tendered you for the able manner in which you got up our .Banner. The paintings, trimmings, &c., are splendid. It suits us well. We received it one day too late for our Christinas celebration, although not your fault, but on account of the express train being off the track not far %rom tins place. However, the Blessing of the Banner took place on Epiphany at High Mass, by Father Angle of Wooster, with the assistance of our good priest, Rev. J. Berletts. The absence of Father Ferguson from Louisville prevented him from being present; therelore Father Angle delivered the lecture in the aiternoon. The subject of the lecture was from the painting on one side of the banner, being the Bark of Peter on the wave, with Christ thereon, stilling the waters, and the appropriate motto overhead—Lord save us or wo per...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence. A Catholic Reformatory is advocated in Philadelphia. Bishop Con hot lectured for the Catholic Lyceum of Albany, Jan. 12. • Archbishop Perchc, of New Orleans, confirmed 5,828 persons in 1872. Nineteen thousand children attend the religious schools in Borne. Bishop Wood dedicated the new church of St. Cecelia, Philadelphia. Doc. 29. The Catholics of Cincinnati pay $30,000 annually in educational taxes. Anew Catholic Church is to he erected at New Albany, Wabashan Cos., Minn. The mother of Gavazzi, the Italian apostate, died in Italy a devout Catholic. Prince Bismarck has closed the Ursuline Convent at Moutyar, Germany. The Catholics of Jasper, Ind., are making arrangements to build a church at a cost . of if 101,000. Bishop Wood, of Philadelphia, dedicated I three new churches in that city during December. 1 Avert successful concert was given for | the benefit of St. Mary’s Institute, Philai delpliia, February 5. ! The Unita Cattolica, published in Rome, I has b...

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Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873
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Source: Boston College
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

BIKTHS. Dec. 25, In Dublin, tlie wife of Richard 11. Home, esq., of a sou. Jail. 7, the wife of Matthew Brennan, of a son. 8, the wif" of James J. Slianly, of a daughter. 2, the wife of William O’Krlen, of a daughter. Jan. (i, at Rathdowney, Queen's county, Ihe wife of W. Curran, of a sou. Jan. 8, at Tramore, the wife of K. A. Stephenson, esq., of a daughter. Dec. 22, at Suowtowu. Maul, co. Dublin, the wife of Daniel Macken, of a son. Jan. 8, at Druuicondra, the wife T. A. Brady, of a daughter. Jan. 6. ai Rathdowney, Queen's county, the wife of \Y. Cunau, of a son. Jan. 7, at Mnllingav, the wife of Nicholas T. McNaboe. of a son. Jan. 6, at Knocknacruve, Mullingar,the wife of Patrick S. 11am, esq., of a daughter, ■ MAEEIAG-ES. Jan. 8, In Dublin, James Burke, esq.. London, to Jane Georgina, daughter of the late John Slannus Ingham, esq., Lisnamalne, co. Cavan. 8, Richard J. Cruise, esq., to Lizzie Franceses, daughter of the late James Raleigh, esq., Ennis, co. Clare. 7, William, son o...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 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 tire entire, as follows: — Chasubles. Fine Gold Cloth. Real Gold Galoons. and Embroidery, in rich and elegant desiims, $92.00; 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 100.00; 175.00; 21)0.00. Gold Cloth, Half Fine Galoons and Embroidery, $40.00; 46.00 ; 48.00; GO.OO. Gold Cloth, with and without Flowers, ordinary Galoons, $28.00; 29.00; 30.00 ; 31.00; 33.00 ; 35.00: 42.50. White Watered Silk, Kenl Gold Galoons and Embroidery, $BB.OO ; 98.00; 119.00; 125.00 ;200.00. Wldte Watered Silk. Half Fine and SiJk Galoons, and Embroidery, $42.00; 50.00; 52.00; G 0.00; 72.00. White, in various styles Silk and Damask, with and without Flowers, with Silk and Imitation field Galoons, $16.0n; 19.00; 22.00; 24.ee;27.00; • 29.00; 31.00; 33.00; 35.00 ; 37.00 ; 40.00. Violet Red. Green, and lila...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

KKItKY. Of Margaret O’Bkien, wife of Eti£ene Sublavau. and sister to Abby O’Brien, parish nm '^riH’in? 0 l "t ty K( ri . T ’ W T * l0 h-ft llarrow-on-tbe-iJiil, Middlesex county, Kiurlaud, some twenty } s h y a sb : h /r d wmTstSSSK t\:., g»wai bear of lier nephews, Michael and A ddl ess them, Box 90, South Manebester, Hartford county, Conn. js Of Michael Lane, from the town of Killfumey, county Kerry; be Is a boot and shoe* maker by trade; when last beard from him. dbout two year.-, and eight months ago, lie was in Boston. His brother, Mam-ice Lane is anxious to bear from him. Address Maurice Lane. 479 Ninth Avenus, New York City. Of John Gallivan, from netir Cara Lake, near Killaruey, parish of Killorglin co. Kerry, who came to this country about six rears ago; when last heard from he was In Portland Oregon. Information of his whereabouts will be received by his brothers, Patrick or Jeremiah Gallivan. Lafayette Avenue, between 21st and 22d streets. Detroit, Michigan. fl Of John an...

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Source: Boston College
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The Orangemen of Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Orangemen of Boston. C|c flol BOSTON, FEBEUAEY 8, 1873. “ bet Ireland in America be faithful, be Cathode, be temperate.be industrious.be obedient to law.”—Rev. Thomas X. Bukke. O. P. The Orangemen of Boston intend to have a parade on Washington’s Birthday. A little ill-tempered paper published in the city is their organ, audit is talking wildly of going forth with “ Xo Surrender” on their lips, and all prepared to meet the foe “like heroes.” Who is the foe? The Orangemen may be quite easy on the bead of opposition, if they expect it from Catholics. They may parade in Boston till they are tired, and the only emotion they can causo their Catholic fellow - countrymen will be of sorrow more than anger. bast year the Orange and Green were, twined on Thu Pilot building, on Franklin street. Will the Orangemen carry both colors In their procession? Come, now, that’s the way to kill bad feeling. Don’t let a few sore-headed bigots keep us apart. Xo matter il we do differ in religious beli...

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Shameful Exposures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Shameful Exposures. A verdant Englishman wrote lately that the Irish were * ‘ lowering the tone of Government” in America. We beg to record that there is nothing Irish in the two greatest scandals that ever stained republicanism in this country—the Credit Mobilier and the late Louisiana election. Amongst nil the names in either muddle there is only one Irish, that of Judge Kelley, and he is the native product of the corrupt, jobbing State of Pennsylvania. In the language of the Credit Mobilier, the IrishAmericaus “ take no stock ” in the Pinchbecks, or Warmoths, or Kelloggs, or Ames, or Col faxes, or any of the other bribe-tak-ing perjurers. • Does the Republic realize its position before the world, with its Vice President and about a dozen of its principal Senators "clearly convicted oi taking bribes, and then basely committin g perjury ? Last week the JV. Y. Herald estimated that fifty out of the seventy-four U. S. Senators obtained their seats by purchase. When we look at the. el...

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