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The Price of Freedom. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Price of Freedom. BY D. F. M’CARTHY. Man of Ireland!—heir of sorrow— Wronged,insulted, scorned, oppressed Wilt tliou never see that morrow When thy weary heart may rest? Lilt thine eyes, thou outraged creature; Nay, look' up, lor Man thou art— Man in form, in frame, and feature— Why not act man’s godlike part? Think, reflect, inquire, examine, Is’t for this God gave you birth— With the spectre look of famine, Thus to creep along the earth? Does this world contain no treasures | Fit for thee, as man. to wear! | Does this life abound in pleasures, I And thou askest not to share? I Look! the nations are awaking—- | Every chain that bound them hurst I At the crystal fountains, slaking | With parched lips their fever thirst! Ignorance, the demon, fleeing, i Leaves unlocked the fount they sip— Wilt thou not, thou wretched being, | Stoop and cool thy burning lips? History’s lessons, if thou’lt read ’em, | All proclaim this truth to thee; Knowledge is the price of freedom—j Know' thysel...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Comedy of Conference. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Comedy of Conference. The Chicago Tribune reports an annual Conference of fifteen Unitarian churches on the 14th and 15th of January, and we think a glance at the proceedings will prove entertaining to our readers. Rev. Mr. Cudworth and Rev. Mr. Weiss went all the way from Boston, and, after the usual welcome to delegates, reading of reports, statistics, etc., and prayers and hymns, the latter gentleman, a famous radical in religious matters, delivered his ‘ ‘ celebrated and much considered essay ” on “An Act of Faith.” Of this notable production we will condense a few ideas, as follows: — Real faith is based on knowledge and a scientific method. Must we reject as false the dictum that a correct opinion (!) is essential to salvation? Knowledge is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. Knowledge of the structure and method of the eternal world and the mind of man, gives the only foundation for faith. We must change faith, and base it on knowledge, and...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Pilot. Y Missiox was opened at the Cathedral, Boston, on the Feast of the Purification, by the Redemptorist Fathers. Father Enright preached on the occasion. Tub Jesuit Fathers, under the direction of Rev. F. Glackmeyer, 8. J., will give Missions at Sts. Peter and Paul’s Church, South Boston, and at the Immaculate Conception Church, Boston, during the season of Lent. Tiik Redemptorist Fathers, Rev. W. 11. Gross, 'Superior, closed a Mission, Feb. 2 at st. Augustine’s Church, South Boston.’ Mass., of which Rev. D. O’Callaghan is Si’,, “was, very successful and well at tenet ctl, there l3 converts, nno >335 conlessions, 2135 of whom were women M™m r t ea ' anill '’ 00 " lt ' n ' 0,1 Hie 3d of February they commenced a mission or rather a renewal of one which took place a short tune since llt the Cathedral Chapel of the Hol\ Cross, Boston, which is proving very fruitful, crowding the church both at the morning and evening services’ to ...

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Source: Boston College
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Boston anti Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Boston anti Vicinity. The Irish Societies of Lowell, Muss., are to have a St. Patrick’s Day procession. The Irish Grenadiers, an organization formed to greet the Irish hand daring the Jubilee, will have its lirst annual ball on Friday, February 14, inßoylston Hall. The number of deaths by small-pox last week was 42; seven more than for the previous week, but the new cases were only SJ against 131 for the previous week. The steamer Olympus which arrived at this port on the morning of the 3rd. brought 14 cabin and IGO steerage passengers. 81ie had a very rough voyage, lost lour boats overboard, ami the chief mate had his leg broken during a heavy sea that threw him against some part of the vessel. A Fair in aid of Sts. Peter and Paul’s School, South Boston, taught by the Sisters of Notre De.me„ opened at Waits Hall, Broadway, on Monday evening, Feb. 3, in a very pleasant and auspicious manner. A concert was given for the benefit of the same object, at Waits Hall, Jan. 30. The plasteri...

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How Emigrants are Swindled. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

How Emigrants are Swindled. Tlie Mobile DaWy Register of the 3cl in-;, gives the following sketch of how (‘migrants going West nre swindled by “ confidence men ” on the cars The large number oi people emigrating to Texas have drawn to this section of the country a set of confidence men who travel on the trams, get into the good graces of the ignorant emigrants, and succeed in swindling them out of large sums These confidence men have been at work lor the past six months on the trains of the Mobile and Montgomery and .New Orleans and Texas railroads, and have plied their nefarious business with great success, and in every instance have succeeded in evading detection or arrest. The manner in which the emigrants are swindled, as related by an unfortunate victim wlio was yesterday robbed of slooo—all tbe money he had—is as follows; On the train they are generally approached by a man who engages in conversation with them, finds out where they are going, how much money they have, and, in ...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Personal. Mb. J. M. Bellkw’s readings in New York City are spoken of in the highest terms of eulogy. We are sorry to hear that “ Mollie Maguire” has made her first appearance this season in the Schuylkill coal mining region. P. S. Gilmohe is to form a grand National Band of sixty-live pieces, and is to lie called “Bandmaster of the Army and Navy.” Mrs. Priestly, of Des Moines, sued a li-quor-dealer for selling liquor to her husband, and recovered $2500 damages. Commodore Matthew Maury, American hydrography and naval officer, died in Lexington, Ya., Saturday, Feb. 1. The officers of the Irish Brigade, of New York, paid a visit of courtesy to MajorGeneral Hancock in that city lately. A man named Noe, formerly a servant of Stanley, is lecturing. Ho says Stanley never found Livingstonc.'that he is a professional enemy oi truth, and that his real name is John Rowlands, a native of Wales. It is reported that the American hankers of London loaned Napoleon £.200,003 to facilitate a coup he ...

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Source: Boston College
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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Our Chromo. ®|e fdot. BOSTON, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. Our clerks are busy mailing the Pilot Chromo to subscribers. Those who have sent us 20 cents for postage will receive j their copies us soon as they can be prepared-. We request- our kind friends on receipt of the Chromo to show it to their neigh- j bors, so as to satisfy them of its w orth. Persons forming clubs should show the chromo. Those who see it will subscribe. We request all to he particular in sending j the postage beforehand. AGENTS WANTED. Men and women of intelligence and business habits can make good wages in canvassing for The Phot. They must come w ell recommended by their parish priest . Canvassers will be furnished with copies of the Chromo free of expense. Address The Pilot Office Boston, Mass. I’rices of Frames for Father Burke’s Chromo. I>2 inch flack Walnut, with I inch Gilt Strip * inside $ 3 0C 2 inch'Black Walnut, with Inch Gilt Strip inside 3 75 2}.: inch litack Walnut, with % inch Gilt Strip insid...

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To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

To Clergymen and Laymen. Revival of Brownson’s Review. Mr. Donahoe has been appointed Agent j for the New England States for the sale of | this truly excellent QUARTERLY, which has | just been revived by the author, O. A JißOWnbon . Subscription price, $5 per j annum, In advance. Single numbers, SI 25 per copy. The number for January is now ready. Everv intelligent Catholic ought to subscribe. Address PATRICK DONAIIOE, Publisher and Bookseller, 360 Washington I street, Boston, Mass.

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Where We Are to be round, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Where We Are to be round, The Pilot Office and Bookstore, 300 Washington street. Drafts on Ireland , at the Banking Rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, 53 Temple place.

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Sadliers' Catholic Almanac [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 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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Homo for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Homo for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston, i Donations for Support of the Institution. Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and i the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily j ascend to heaven for those who contribute to the ; .support of the Institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for raying the Debt. Rev. GeortreF. Haskins (dec) $ 100 0C j C. P. Donahoe f LOO 0O .Tolm O. Blake. M. D 80 00 Annie Rossiter Ryan .50 00 Michael J. Ityder 50 00 Rev. Vi , 11. Gross, O.S.S.U 50 00 Persons udio have subscribed to the Poll of Honor a ill please pay up their subscriptions,at their earliest convenience , to Jin. DONAHOE, or the Superintendent, Mu. B. CULLEN. Boston College.—As the new term of this institution begun on the 2nd of Febru- , ary, persons wishingto ente...

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Lectures. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Lectures. Mr. Charles G. Dentiier, lectured be- i fore the Buffalo Culholic Institute, February on “ America before Columbus.” Rev. Father Preston, o{ St. Ann’s Church, New York, lectured Jan. -29. at Corinthian Hall, Rochester. Subject: •• Church' and State.” On Sunday evening, Jan. 20, ltev. J. P. Ryan lectured In St. Patrick's Church, Louisville, on “The Charity of the Irish People”—for the benefit of the St. Vincent do Paul Society. The first lecture before the Catholic Union of Buffalo, will be given in St. James’ Hall, Feb. 22, by the Bishop of that Diocese, on “ The Catholic Union, its Aims and Objects.” Hon. Daniel Dougherty, of Philadelphia, lectured under the auspices of the Xavier Alumni, on the subject of‘“Oratory.” at Stcimvay Hall. Jan. 29. II was very satisfactory. Bishop Girboms, of Richmond, Vu., delivered:! lecture in Baltimore. Feb. 3. for the benefit of Hie Yonn.tr Catholic Friends’Society, on the subject—“ Christian Educa- ; lion—Who shall educate our children?”...

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Magazines. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Magazines. The Young Catholic continues to Improve. It is now beautifully printed, and the illustrations arc very good. It is edited with the right sort of knowledge of child-taste, I and it should be widely patronized by j Catholic families. I The Catholic Uncord, for February, is a ; good number. There is an excellent article on ‘‘Wlmt Shall We Read?”—the same important subject as chosen by I’t. Rev. Bishop Lynch lor his lecture. ‘Both poetry and prose of the Catholic Record arc well written and reviewed. We want more Catholic magazines of the same stamp, and more readers for those that already exist. The Young Crusader, which was burnt out in the Boston fire, has phoenixed to great advantage. It is enlarged and improved in appearance. Its Februarv number is in itself an illustration of its Rev. editor’s promise—that it will grow with its readers. Heads of families and Sunday-schools should see that the children get good and suitable reading. We advise them to try these Catholic m...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Obituary. John A. Browne, esq., a "worthy citizen I of Philadelphia, died there tin Sunday, ! .lan. 5. He was a. native of Ballymena, j County Antrim, Ireland. M;:s. .1 in r\ Mackey. wife of theassociate editor of tilt 1 St. Louis ffextern Watchman, I recently expired in that city. She was a most estimable lady, and her loss will he ! deeply felt. ft. I. P. Died, at the College of the Immaculate Conception, New Orleans, Jan. 2.9, Anthony J)ully, S. J. He was born on the Bth of September, 1818, at Tullabeg,King’s County. Ireland, and beiore completing his clas Sica) studies he entered tin; Jesuit Novitiate at Miltown Park, near Dubliu, September 0, 1868. After his probation and vows, lie i was sent to the. Juniorate at St. Aclieul, Amiens, France, where lie studied sue cessfully during two years, and subsequently began a course oi Philosophy at 1 Couvian, Belgium, lie came to America I in the lull of 1870, and was stationed at the ; Jesuits - College, New Orleans, where, he labored z...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, Feb. 4,1873. The Tweed Trial Was the event of the week here. Its termination in a disagreement of the jury was not unlooked for. It lasted three weeks, and was very tedious and wearisome, with some exceptions. The address of the council for the defence was veiy virulent and very lame. It, of course, attacked Garvey, the informer, and fairly flayed him with denunciations, charging him with perjury to save himself, and going to the extent of maligning one of Tweed's accomplices who made the great mistake of dying two winters ago. The man referred to was Watson, the County Auditor. This man was Tweed's agent and the purse holder of the ring. He met his death while out sleighing in Harlem Lane, a German having put the pole of his sleigh through the County Auditor. There was hurrying to the dying man’s bedside by the members of the “ring,” and one of its trusty henchmen was placed by the bed to gag the dying man, if necessary, lest, in the presence of death...

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Source: Boston College
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CABLE DESPATCHES. Russia in Asia. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

CABLE DESPATCHES. Russia in Asia. Germany Thinks Ilnglnml is Powerless. Berlin*, Feb. 2. —The Vessische Zeitung of this city demonstrates that the Russian forces iii Central Asia are strong enough to defy any attempt of the British to check the Czar’s progress. and asserts that England is powerless. Russia, the writer adds, is only waiting for a false step on the part of England. Peaceful Reports. London. Feb. 3—6 a. m.—The report that Sirdar Abdul Rahman had captured Fort H ssaratthe instigation of the Russians, and was making other aggressive movements in Afghanistan is contradicted. The latest advices from Bokhara represent that that city and the surrounding country are tranquil. Tlie English in St. Pet era bur till. The English residents in St. Petersburg have already commenced to perceive an inkling of tlie prevalence of the Prussian sentiment, which is set forth in our Berlin despatch, in favor of the Russian policy in Central Asia. The British writers oppose it, of course, an...

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Source: Boston College
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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Temptations. The Pope, in replying to an address of the Committee of Roman Cures on Jan. 15, spoke of the three temptations of Christ, and added • We. too. continneto lie the object of temptation. The worst of these temptations is held out by those wtio offer ns money and say. “ Holy Father, let us come to the best terms we can: we will give you peace and tranquility, and from three to six millions. All these things will I give thee if thou wilt fall down and worship me.” His Holiness said that the Almighty would give him strength to resist these temptations, and added: You may repeat my words to your parishioners —and thus I shall have spoken to the people of Rome. Let us be humble and resist the lust for money. After the temptations an angel came and ministered to Christ—and thus the angels will come and comfort us. FRANCE. Rulers of Prance. L'Ordre of Jan. 15, publishes the following strange destiny of the sovereigns who have ruled France during one bri...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. A terrible earthquake lias occurred in the Island of Samos, Greece, causing great destruction of property and loss of life. Boiler Explosion in Syraccsk N. y.— The steam boiler in Geddes’s rolling mill exploded on the 3rd inst., severely injuring one workman and slightly injuring seven others. The boiler was new, and the cause of the accident is unknown. The building and machinery were damaged S5OOO. Another Fatal Explosion. —a boiler exploded at Wood's Foundry, at Conshohoeken. Pa., on the 3rd of February. It is reported that eleven bodies are under the ruins. Twenty are injured. The Steamer that Sunk the North fleet. —A telegraph despatch to the Lloyds, from their agent at Cadiz, confirms the report that it was the Spanish steamer Murillo which ran into and sunk the emigrant ship Northfleet, off Dungeness lighthouse, on the 22nd ult. The steamship, however, va- not Mink. as wasat one time believed, but has arrived at Cadiz in safety. Her destination was ...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

CATALOGUE. I was the first to introduce to the public the Hubbard Squash, American Turban Squash, Marblehead Mammoth Cabbage, Mexican Sweet Com, Phlnney’s Watermelon, and many other i\ew and Valuable Vegetables. This season I have anew and exceedingly valuable squash, new varieties oi coni, three fine melons, and other choice new vegetables for my customers. My business is to supply, what every good farmer is anxious to get, the vebv bust of vegetable seed. I grow a hundred and fifty kinds on my lour seed farms, right under my own eyes, MAKING SEW VEGETABLES A SPECIALTY, besides importing their choicest varieties from European growers. A fine selection of flower seed, home-grown and imported, will also be found in my Catalogue, which will lie sent free to ail applicants. As stated in my Catalogue, all my seed is sold under throe warrants. Ist: That ai.i. HONEY SENT SHALL REACH ME. Lid: THAT ALL SEED ORDERED SHALL REACH THE PURCHASER. 3d: That mv seeds shall be fre-eland tri e TO NAM...

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