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Our Food--—llow We Should Eat. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Our Food--—llow We Should Eat. Tho most important requirement for a pleasant, useful life is the enjoyment of “good health.” The laws of health arc simply the laws of Nature; they are very few, and very simple. The first requirement of Nature is hapiness, which is the fulfilling of our duty towards God and man. It is tranquillity of mind. The mind is the commander-in-chief of all the other organisms of the body. It unites them all in one whole, although each is a separate unit in itself, doing its own work. IV'e can be happy without being healthy, but we cannot be truly healthy without being happy. Tho second requirement of Nature is good, wholesome food: and to obtain the right benefit from our food, we should have plenty of air, exercise, and sleep. Temperance and Cleanliness are also necessary, but above all, freedom from mental anxiety. And now we have the keys of health in our own hands. Nature is full of activity; so also isthe body. The power of the body consists in | the che...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Pope and the Scoffers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Pope and the Scoffers. It is amusing to watch the expressions of the many who set themselves up as the enemies of the Papacy and the Pope. Some are savage, some are sneering, some are merry at the sufferings of Pius IX. Among these last is the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, who raises his voice in unseemly jeering. Xot satisfied with the public afflictions of the Pontiff, he makes a list of private pains and aches for his discomfort. lie tells us that the Pope ‘ ‘ is sadly afflicted with gout, rheumatism, sciatica, Bright's disease, indigestion, and eighty years.” Strange that the Catholic world should feel deeply grateful to God for conferring on its beloved Pontiff a long life, which Mr. Beecher classes as an * ‘ affliction; ” and strange too that our Holy Father should be reported by Catholic writers who live in ; Rome as being in most excellent good health, while Mr. Beecher in Xcw York ! says he is stricken with such a catalogue I of diseases. After making one of his smart charac...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Catholic Statistics of Canada, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Catholic Statistics of Canada, | The Catholic Church in British America now comprises live Arcbiepiscopal Prov. | inces—Quebec. Halifax, Oregon, Toronto, j and St. Boniface. The jurisdiction of the 1 Archbp. of Quebec, Most Rev. E. A. Tasch--1 ereau, extends over five dioceses—Quebec, Three Rivers, Montreal, St. Hyacinth, Ottawa and Rimouski. The Most Rev. Archbp. Connolly, of Halifax, controls seven dio. ceses—Halifax, St. John, X. E., Chatham, X. 8.. Arichat.X. S., Newfoundland, Harbor Grace, X. E., and Charlottetown, I’. E. I. The Province of Oregon, the Archbishop and some of the Suifragans of which are in the United States, embraces also the Diocese of Vancouver’s Island and the Vicariate Apostolic of Columbia. The Archbishop of Toronto, Most Rev. John J. Lynch, directs the four dioceses, Toronto, Kingston, Hamilton and London. The present Province of Quebec, which was reduced in 1870 by the founding of the Province of St. Boniface, contains 733 churches and chapels, 1137 clerg...

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Source: Boston College
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Treatment of Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Treatment of Emigrants. Last week we published a letter signed “ J. H. Murphy,” making serious charges against the management of the Cunard S. S. Siberia, on which the writer said he had been a passenger during the voyage beginning on the 30th of August last. We have since received a letter from Mr. Kdw. Ryan, manager of the Steerage Passenger Department of the Canard Line in Boston, which makes the statements in the first letter at least doubtful. Mr. Ryan has examined the list of passengers for the ship and voyage named, and there is no such name thereon as “J. 11. Murphy.” When the Siberia arrived in Boston, Mr. Ryan was on the Company’s wharf to receive complaints from passengers; but none was made. We can testify ourselves that in this respect every facility is given by this line to passengers to make complaints, and they are not deterred by the coldness of their reception. Mr. Ryan speaks of the kindness of Captain Ilarrison, of the Siberia, and the efficiency of the stewards....

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Source: Boston College
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Death of an Eminent Irish-American. Hon. Wm. Cassidy, Albany, N. Y. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Death of an Eminent Irish-American. Hon. Wm. Cassidy, Albany, N. Y. I Early on Thursday, January 23, it was an nounced in Albany, X. the Hon.Wm. Cassidy, editor and chief proprietor of the Albany Argus. the representative Democratic journal or the Empire State, died at 4.30 o'clock, a. m., of that day. Mr. Cassidy was born in Albany in 181 G, and remained a resident of that city all his life. Ilis grandparents were early Irish settlers at the capital, and were the first Catholic families that ever resided there. Ilis father was the late Mr. John Cassidy, who, in his day, was a noted man in the political line. Mr. Cassidy was educated at Enion College, ami graduated at the early age oi eighteen. He entered the ollice of Jiu Ige McGowan and John Van Buren, then an Albany law firm. He had an early taste for literature, and while at college as well as during his law reading term, he contributed numerous articles to weekly papers and magazines. In 18t0-12 he wrote political articles for ...

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Source: Boston College
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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Thurible Marino Disaster.—a report of a terrible marine disaster, on the night of Jan. 22, in the English Channel, has been received. The emigrant ship North fleet, which sailed from London some days before for Australia, with 412 passengers exclusive of her crew, was in collision at midnight, two miles oil' Dungeness, w ith an unknown foreign steamship, amt was cut 10 the water’s edge. Only 1)7 persons are known to have been saved, and it is believed every other person w'lio was on board has found a watery grave. No attention was paid by the steamship to the emigrant vessel alter the collision, and she proceeded on her course, leaving the sufferers to their fate. When the collision happened a panic occurred on the ferrncr vessel. The passengers, who were asleep, rushed from their berths to every portion of the ship where they thought they might be safe, and utterly refused to obey the orders of the captain. That oftHeer, as a last resort to eniorce obedie...

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Source: Boston College
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How the Times Change. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

How the Times Change. Colonel Michael P. Walsh died in the Shasta county, California hospital, on the 31st of December last. He was born at Waterford, Ireland, and was within a few days of seventy-eight years old at the time of liis death. At the age of twenty-two he came to the United States and enlisted in the military service of his adopted country. In 1832 he went to Chicago and purchased eighty acres of land, for which he paid §2OO. This he kept for one year, when, the new town not coming up to his sanguine expectations, and thinking it was not a very healthful place, he sold the lot for the amount he had paid for it, and emigrated to a place of more flattering prospects. He went to California twenty years ago, and soon took up his abode at Chumtown, where he became engaged in mining, He was almost a helpless cripple for the last fifteen years, his right arm having been rendered useless by a falling tree. When Colonel Walsh went to Chicago, it was but a mere outpost upon the we...

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The Patient Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Patient Church. BY DR. J. H. NEWMAN. Bide thou thy time! Watch with meek eye. the race of pride and crime Sit in the gate, and be the heathen's jest, * ’ Smiling a ad self-possest. O thou, to whom is pledged a victor's sway Bide thou the victor's day! Think oh the sin* That reap'd the unripe seed, and toil'd to win Foul history-marks at Bethel and at Dan; No blessing, but a ban; Whilst the wise Shepherdf hid bis heaven-told fate, Nor reck'd a tyrant’s hate. Such loss is gain; Wait the bright Advent that shall loose the chain! E'en now the sliadows break, and gleams divine Edge tiie dim distant line. When thrones are trembling, and earth’s fat ones quail. True Seed! thou slialtprevail! •Jeroboam, fDavid.

Publication Title: Pilot
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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. Xbw York. Jan. 23,1873. The Prevalence of Homicide Is the tlierue of many blood-curdling: ar tides in the daily papers of this city lor a few weeks past. There has certainly been cause, for at one time it looked as if New York was to have its daily murder as well as its daily bread. A man named Simmons—gambler, policy-house keeper, lottery agent, and bad member of society generally—one evening met a man in exactly the same line of business. The latter’s name was Duryea. After some introductory remarks between the two a light began, and ended by Simmons almost cutting the other into slivers with a bowieknife. Next a man killed his wife under circumstances of great brutality. Then a man from the sunny South, named McGruder, one Sunday evening gave his friend Mr. Lockwood warning that he would shoot him on the following evening, and he did so. The next day a bill poster, named Nixon, being in a cart which got into a jam in Chatham square, grow angry with a man on h...

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The Ninth Mass. Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Ninth Mass. Regiment. The late proclamation of President Grant prohibiting Federal officers from holding positions under State and municipal appointments (except members of education boards, as since qualified), will, we are soriy to say, compel Colonel B. F. Finan to leave the 9th Mass. Regiment, which he has brought to such an excellent state of discipline. The militia of Massachusetts will lose one of its best and most respected officers in Colonel Finan; and the Ninth Regiment will suffer an almost irreparable loss. In the interests of “ Civil Service Reform,” as the President sees it. the public must be content to make sacrifices.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Collection for the Orphans. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Collection for the Orphans. The annnal collection for the orphans will be taken up in the churches of Boston on the lflth of February. This collection will be divided between St. Vincent’s Female Orphan Asylum and the Home for Destitute Roman Catholic children; consequently, the donations are expected to be doubly generous. Boston College.—As the new term of this institution begins on the 2nd of January, persons wishing to enter, should make application as early as possible.

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

Personal. Eugenie i« to leave Chiselliurst, but will remain in England. The Spanish Court went into mourning nine days for the death cf Napoleon. Gustave Dore has just concluded the great work on Rabelais, on which he has been engaged for some years past. The first and second acts of Sardou’s play, ‘ ‘ L’Oncle Sam,” are filled with abuse of American women and manners. Mb. a. t. Stewart’s new residence, comer of Thirty-fourth street and Fifth avenue, may bo called a palace. It has cost $1,500,000. Archbishop Bailey, of Baltimore, has gone, or is about going to Savannah for the benefit of his health. He is to remain two months. Negroes in Indiana are calling indignation meetings, and demanding the repeal of tne law under which one of their color has been sent to prison for marrying a white woman. The Ring of Holland has signed a decree depriving his oldest son of the right of succession to the throne on account of his vicious and dissipated life. The Kin" of Holland is evidently worth...

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Small-Pox Precautions. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Small-Pox Precautions. Many of tlio so-called remedies or preventives for this loathsome disease, which is now so prevalent in our own and neighboring cities, are absolutely worthless, if not positively hurtful. The following suggestions by an eminent physician, however, seem to be marked by a degree of common sense and apparent medical knowledge that renders them valuable. The first thing, says this authority, is in all cases to send ior a physician: the next, to select a nurse, a mustard plaster, placed on the back at once, will be of service. The patient should be removed, as soon as taken, to the highest room in the house. Suoh a room is more quiet, the air is fresher and purer, and the risk of infection as to other parts of the house is much lessened. A sheet now hung before the door, and cloths placed about the room, saturated with bromo-cbloralum, or carbolic acid—in both cases one part oi the disinfectant to two parts of water—will absorb tho poison in a measure, and should ...

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Ordinations. The Benedictine Abbey of St, Pennsylvania. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Ordinations. The Benedictine Abbey of St, Pennsylvania. ORDINATIONS AT TIIK SEMINARY. Deceinbor 18, 1872 the Right Rev. M. llenicnre, D. D., Bishop of Pittsburgh. confem >1 Minor Orders on Messrs. Mk'lwol Meagher, John Brown, and John Ritter. ’ December 1!', the same Rev. gentleman, with Rev. 1 athers Ambrose Huebuer. Raymond Daniel, Theodosius both. Leo Raid, Benedict -Matures Rabunus Gutmanu, and Jos. Gallagher were ordained Snbdeacons. ll.e labor 20, the Order of Deaeonship was conferred on all. excepting Rev. M. Meaelicr December 21. all, with tiie exci ption of Rev J Ritter and J. Gallagher. were ordai n< <i p r ie -ts' * January 9. 1873. the same Right Rev. Prelate pave Minor Orders to Messrs. Charles Levermann. Thos. J. Flemming, and Denis A. Tivenau. The same day the three mentioned, with Rev. Fathers Augustine Schneider. O. S. 11., and Joseph Ling*, were ordained Subdeacons. January 10. all, with Rev. M. Meagher, received the Order of Deacon...

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

Catholic Intelligence. Pkjxce Arthur. of England, paid a visit *3 ope and Cardinal Antonclli, Jan. The Pope has conferred on Jolm G. Kcnj'°n,esq., of Dublin, the distinguished honor of Knighthood of tlie Order of St. Gregory. Tiie Young Men’s Lyceum of St. Peter'* parish, Baltimore, gave an interesting dramatic and literary entertainment in the Opera House Jan. 15, for the benefit of the parochial schools. Plattsburgh, X. Y., is a growing'village. and liasa population of 3, 000, of which (>,oooare Catholics, in equal proportion of Irish, and French Canadians. The country, for twenty miles around, is principally occupied hy Irish farmers, some owning as many as COO acres. The Catholic Young Men’s Institute of. Rochester, N. Y., at a meeting in their rooms Jan. 19, resolved to proceed with the erection of the «uilding contemplated at the time of their organization, about a year ago, for which tiie exchange Hotel property was bought. The plans hav« been produced hy the archi...

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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Irish-American Societies. The Irish Literary Association, Chicago, are making preparations to give theii lourtli annual banquet and ball on St. Pat - rick's Day, At the regular meeting of the Hibernian Benevolent Society, of Portland, Oregon, held Jan. (5, the annual election of officers for the epauing year took place, Th< attendance was numerous, and a generous and lively spirit prevailed among the members. The following are the officers elect: President, E. Cabal in; Vice-President, M. J. Gleason: Treasurer, Terence Rodgers; Secretary, W. J. Kelly; Assist. Secretary, Win. Mulcahy. The third annual meeting of the Hibernian Society, of St. Albans. Yt., was hold in their hall, Jan. 2, lb'TA- The following gentlemen were elected lor Ihe e nsuing term:—President, Patrick Ward (re elected); Ist Vice-President, John Brown: -.ml Vice-President-, John Brannen ; Chaplain, Rev./.. Druon; Ree. See.. Michael Barnes (re-elected); Cor. Sec., Thomas Fitzgerald (re-elected); Fin. See.,...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Our Chromo. ®|e |M BOSTON, FEBIUJAKY 8, 1873. Our clerks arc busy mailing thk Pilot Oil ROMO to subscribers. Those who have sent us 20 cents for postage will receive their et ies us soon as they can be prcWe request our kind friends on receipt of the Cliromo to show it to their neighbors , so as to satisfy them of its w or th. Persons forming clubs should show the cliromo. Those who see it will subscribe. We reqnest all to be particular in seiuliug •he postage beforehand.

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Where We Are to be Found. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Where We Are to be Found. Tub Pilot Office and Bookstore, 3GO ■Washington street. Dkafts on Ireland, at the Banking Booms of Uio Emigrant Savings Bank, £32 Temple place.

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Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Sadliers’ Catholic Almanac For 1873, with a full report of the various Dioceses in tlio United States and British North America; also a list of the Archbishops, Bishops, and Priests of Ireland. Price, 81.

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Prices of Pennies for Father Burke's Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Prices of Pennies for Father Burke's Chromo. I>2 inch Black Walnut, with 1 inch Gilt Strip Inside $3 00 2 inch Black Walnut, with Inch Gilt Strip inside 3 75 ;>a inch Black Walnut, with inch Gilt Strip inside 4 50 inch Plain Gilt Frame 4 00 2 " inch Ornamental Gilt Fr;uue 5 75 2/.j 44 44 44 650 All of the above are of the neatest patterns of mouldings, and show the Chromo to the best advantage. tf Waltham, Mass.— Hugh J. Gkaxt, Sexton of St. Mary’s Church, has on hand, an assortment of Catholic Books and Religious articles, which he furnishes at Boston nrices. We bespeak for him the patronage of our numerous friends. White’s Specialty fob Dyspepsia is the only prompt, efficient, and safe master of such symptoms as loss of appetite, li artburn. palpitation uf the heart, dizziness, sleeplessness, melancholy, constipation, wind, mental and physical debility, as well as many others w hich, if nejrhcted, wili soon place 44 Tin: house we live in " beyond the reach of...

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