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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. BY A. G. W. New York, Feb. 11,1873. Tilf Death of Vicar General Starrs, On Thursday morning, at the Rectory, St. Patrick’s Cathedral, in this city, cast a gloom over the thousands of faithful cbil dren of the church, to whom he was so well-known, and by whom he was soinuch beloved. The late Vicar General’s health was not of an unusually bad order up to a few days before of his rather sudden death. He officiated at the holy sacrifice of the Mass for the last time, a week before his spirit left its tenement of clay. On Friday he was confined to his bed, and never left it alive. The doctors diagnosed his disease as belonging to the kidneys, and were by no means favorable, in their opinions, of a possibility of recovery. As the fact of his illness became known, his friends, in the priesthood and out of it, flocked to the door of his residence to see him, hut only his intimates were admitted to the bedside of the resigned sufferer. No public announcement was made of ...

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Very Rev. William Starrs, D. D., Vienr-Ceneral of Yew York. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Very Rev. William Starrs, D. D., Vienr-Ceneral of Yew York. No clergyman belonging to or connected with the Church in New York was more widelyknown.no one more popular.no one more dear to and more beloved by the people, than him whose name stands at the head of this sketch, and the announcement of whose death, at 8 o’clock, a. m., on Thursday, February C, 1873, saddened the hearts of all the faithful children of the Church in the Archdiocese. Very Rev. Father Starrs had been in feeble health for Some months past. The illness, which resulted fatallv, however, was comparatively brief. On Friday, Jan. 31, he arose as usual to celebrate Mass, but soon became conscious of an unaccountable feeling of weakness, debility and prostration, which forced him to resume his rest and confined him, in a word, to his deathbed. On Friday evening last and night he was in a semi-unconscious state, sull'ering from a violent pain in the head. On Saturday morning he became a little better, and during the ...

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Catholic Intelligence, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence, Ash Wednesday—the beginning of Lent —February 26 The Mission for Women, at the Cathe dral Parish, Boston, terminated on the 12th, and that for men commenced on the same evening. The attendance has been very large. The St. Vincent Choir gave a very pleasing concert in Waverley Hall, Charlestown, Mass., Feb. 9. Gen. de Ciiaeette, the Hero of Orleans, France, has sent his sword to the Shrine of St. Anno d’Auray. TnE Catholic Church, at Fairfield, Conn., was dedicated on Sunday, Jan. 9, by Bishop McFarland, who preached on the occasion. The Archbishop of Paris has congratulated Father Matignon, S. J., in the name of the clergy, for his very successful series of sermons preached during Advent. The Mexican papers inform us that over IS,OOO persons visited the celebrated shrine of Our Lady of Guadalupe, on the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, Decembers. THE Bomba]/ Catholic Examiner informs us that on Sunday, Dec. 8, the Society of St. Vincent de Paul in that city...

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Personal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Personal. Dr. Vaughan, Bishop of Salford, has left England for Romo. Gavazzi’s mother died recently In Italy. a devout and steadfast Catlioli*. Charles O’Conor says he is not paid for his services in the Jumel will cose. Bishop Ryan lias at last taken possession of his new Episcopal residence at Buffalo. 1 ather Burke has returned to the house of his Order in New York. His health is restored. A. T. STEWART pays $3234 30 taxes on the Grand Union Hotel property at Saratoga. James Tyler, aged 105, was fined $5 recently, in a Chicago court, for beating his own son, aged 80. Signor Cakrozi, the organist and composer, formerly of St. Peter’s Church Brooklyn, has been engaged as organist in St. James’s Cathedral, in Jay street. The Appletons are shortly to publish a book on ‘ ‘ The Irish Race in the Past and the Present,” by a distinguished Jesuit. We regret to learn from Dublin that William J. Fitzpatrick, the talented author of the Life of Rt. Rev. Dr. Doyle, is seriously ill with rheuma...

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Our Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Our Chromo. ®(je plot BOSTON, FEBRUARY 22, 1873. Persons -forming clubs should show the cliromo-. Those who -sec it will subscribe. We request all to be particular in sending the postage beforehand. AGENTS WANTED. Men md women of intelligence arucl business habits can make- good wages in canvassing for Tue Ptlct . They nrisf come well recommended by their parish priest. Canvassers will be furnished vifh copies of the Cliromo free of expense. Add res* The Pilot Of- , fiee Boston, Mass. Prices off rames foi Father ISnrke’s Ohroirio. :t}£ Jnch Blaoi Walnut, with 1 inch Gilt Strip Inside. $3 00 •2 Inchßhu* Walnut, wltti% inch Gilt Strip inside 3 75 inch Black Wa'iiut, w! .h % inch Gilt Strip inside 4 '5O inchPltin Gilt Frame 4 00 2 ~ inch O’ namenial Gilt Frame 5 75 ■2X *• “ “ G SO I*rlce of the Chromotc non-subscribers .... 250 All of the above are of the neateittpatterns o' mou /dings, and show the Chromo to the beet advantage. tf

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Wendell Phillips on O’Connell. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Wendell Phillips on O’Connell. Nor t wet ik shal 1 prosent our readers with a oomploto report of Wendell Phillips’ great, lecture on “O’Connell.” Wendell Phil! fps himself says that all his other lectures (jomotrom the head, but this one comes fi x>m ISie heart.

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Hail! Glorious Apostle! [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Hail! Glorious Apostle! A Hymn for St. Patrick's Hay, set to music- of the grand old national air of Ireland. Ptioe, 25 cents. By thedozen, $2.

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Home for Destitute Children, Harrison Avenue (cor. of Concord st.), Boston. Donations for Support of the Institution. The following sums have been received since our last:— Nicholas Casserly, Galena, Illinois- $5 00 William Breslin 2 00 -A Friend- 6 00 William O’Brien, Arlington, Vt 100 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses are said in the Chapel of the Home Sor all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend Pj heaven for those who contribute to the support of the Institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at fire Home. They must bring a- recommendation from their parish priest. Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. P. Doherty, 145 W. Newton-street. 3 50 00 .Denlffßrown 50 00 Thomas Dee 60 00 M. F. Gavin, M.D 60 00 John Farley 50 00 Frank Campbell „ 100 00 Patrick Devine. 191 Dorchester Avenue.... 60 00 Kdward Goodfellow, 203 “ 50 00 John Devine, 985 Tremont -street.. 50 00 Thomas Haney, 16 Broadway 60 00 Mar...

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Ireland as It Is, How the Counties are Governed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Ireland as It Is, How the Counties are Governed. JAMES ALEXANDER MOWATT. A few weeks ago wo published an article by Mr. Alexander Mtowatt, an Irish Protestant gentleman, on “How Irish Cities are Governed.” We now present to our readers a no less valuable letter on *'* The Government of the Counties of Ireland.” This letter appeared in the X. Y, Evening Post Sell-government tn the Irish -counties though wet partaking quite so much of the po/Milar principle as the Irish eitv government, is still practically the same in its opeiations; and the popular element is about to be fully introduced into it “for better, or worse.” The farmers in all the Irish counties, and the inhabitants of the smaller towns and villages, support and maintain by county rates all public roads, bridges, jails, courts, coroners and lunatic asylums in their counties. The roads are about the best and best kept in any civilized country. Notwithstanding the moistness of the climate und ‘the moisture of the soil, Iris...

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Communications Receivcd. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Communications Receivcd. “ Willie F. Clark.”—Not up to our standard. “M. D. Oakley.”— Not quite up to our standard. “John Burke Phillips,” San Francisco sends us a letter of thanks addressed to Wendell Phillips, for his answer to Mr. Froude. “ John Hornet,” Elizabeth,. —We cannot say whether or not there is a Bricklayers’ Union in Boston. Will some of our Boston readers inform us? “M. C.,” Jacksonville, 111. —We regret that our space will not allow us to publish your letter. If our friends would only think of the enormous pressure on our col - limns they would not use an unnecessary word. “Tiios. Mulvaney.” Chittenango, X. }'.— Wo are very sorry to hear of your friend’s loss; but it was not our fault. Our clerks are very particular in acknowledging tlie receipt of letters. We hope you will be able to detect the thief. * 1 Laurence Kelly ,” Charlestown, Mass. — We cannot make presents of all our hooks to tlie Boston Public Library, even if tlie directors do purchase only Protestant w...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Rev. M. Clarhe, Winoita, 111. Rev. Michael Clarke, pastor of Winona. Illinois, died January 9. Ilia death resulted from an attack of pneumonia, contracted a few days previous. Rev. .if. O’lVeil, S. St. Ciouls, Mo. Ifov. John O’Neil, S. J., pastor of St. Francis Xavier’s Church. St. Louis, died suddenly January 11, in the fifty-third year of his ago; Ilis loss is deeply regretted by the Catholic Press afld people of that city, where he was universally esteemed. Rev. Matthew Qnlnn, Rahway, iV. J. This beloved pastor died at Eahway, N. J., on Wednesday, Feb. 5, at the age of 51 years. He had been in charge of St. Mary’s Church, in that place, for about twenty years. A Requiem Mass was sung for the repose of .the soul of the deceased pastor on Saturday morning, Feb. 8, at which the Rev. clergy, and his relatives and friends, were present in large numbers to manifest their reverential interest in his memory. Rev. T. llonun, Cos. Clare, Ireland. We very sincorely regr...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. The Teague of Great Britain. The deputation from the Catholic Learie of St. Sebastian lias been received by the Tope. An address was presented, stating that the league had been formed with a special view to unite the Catholics of Great Britain jind Ireland, in an expression of their belief that the temporal power of his Holiness should be upheld. The Pope asked the deputation to inform the members of the society that he had been greatly pleased to receive it. He had no doubt of the ultimate triumph of the temporal power, though now it was surrounded by powerful enemies. GERMANY. Watching the Catholics. The police authorities in the Empire have received orders from the Central Government to keep a strict watch on the proceedings of all Catholic Unions, and to report to the superior officers of Ihe force on the speeches made at the meetings of those associations. Gennnu Xtwspaper Union. Inconsequence of the threatened strike of the compositors in Vienna, the...

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Lives of Irish Saints. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Lives of Irish Saints. The Rev. John O’nanlon, M. R. I. A., is preparing a great work on the Irish Saints, which ought to be in the possession of every Catholic Irish family. To the Rev. Clergy, especially, Father O’Hanlon’s work will be one of great interest: it comprises the lives, acts, or biographical notices of over three thousand Irish Saints. The following friendly letter we have received from the Rev. author • Dublin, ss. Michael and John’s,? Jan. 17, 1873. S My Deati Mr. Donahoe.— -In reply to your letter of the 11th ult.. and to the Nos. of The Pilot you so kindly sent me, I feel truly sorry to iearn that such an energetic and enterprising Irish Catholic Publisher has suffered so severely, hut 1 am satisfied not Irreparably, by the late calamitous fire In Boston. lam glad to’ see all your good practical lriends and patrons coming to your support, in advancing their subscriptions to The Pilot. It is now over twenty years ago since I wrote many articles for that paper, to wh...

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Caution. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Caution. Pawtucket, ft. 1., Feb. 8,1873. To the Editor ot The Pilot. Dear Sir Having read a letter in this •week’s Pilot, from Edina, Knox County. Mo., and signed William Clancy, I would say that I went to the same place about three years ago, on the credit of this same William Clancy’s description of the inducements held out to emigrants to emigrate to Knox County. He says you can buy land from $3 to $3O per acre; you can buy a swamp for $3 per acre, and if you have not the money you can hire it from a rich broker there,' tliat has this land for sale, at sixteen or twenty per cent.; 1 forget the broker’s name. I went out from Edina with this man to see this $3 per acre land, and 1 could not believe that there was such mean land in the West at all until I had seen it. This man, Clancy, has written to The Pilot in order to deceive the people. Four or five hundred dollars wouldbe of no consequence in Edina. You want at least three thousand dollars to do anything there. 1 hope you will...

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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Irish-American Societies. The Wolf Tone Guard, an Irish military company in Albany, N. Y., gave an entertainment at .Martin Opera House, Jan. 27. The Ancient Order of Hibernians, Fall Fiver, Mass., at a late meeting, resolved to request the mill owners to permit those ■who desired to celebrate St. Patrick’s Hay. They also extended invitations to the 6. A. 11. and other societies of the city to participate in the celebration. At a meeting o f the Montgomery Society, New Haven, Conn., the following persons were efected officers President Thomas Judge; Vice-President, Timothy Fogarty; Secretary, Thomas Lyman; Treasurer, Martin Kennedy; Marshal, John Cook; Standing Committee, Edward Neary, Jas. Morrissey, Thos. Stanford, John Garry. A vote was taken to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day by a public parade. A large and enthusiastic meeting of the Irish Literary Association was held on Sunday, Feb. 2, the object being to hear reports and make arrangements for the fourth annual banquet and ball, ...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Obituary. Ex-Governor Geary, Pa.— Ex-Governor Geary, whose sudden death, in his 55th year, on Saturday, Feb. 8, has been announced, was a true Celt, whose public record has been already made honorable mention of. in these columns. He served ■with marked destinction in the war with Mexico, and the war for the Union. He was a General Postal Agent of the National Government, first Alcalde, and Judge, and Mayor, of San Francisco, Governor of the Territory of Kansas, and, for two terms,Governor of Pennsylvania, his native State. He was bom in Westmoreland county, Pa., in 1819, and educated at Jefferson College. Our old country exchanges bring us notices of the late Maj. Knox, of the Irish Times, of Dublin, whose death occurred at his residence, in the Irish capital, Friday, Jan. 21,1873. Sister Mary Beaciier Heart, for fifteen years directress of the famous academy of Mount St. Vincent, on the Hudson, died Jan. 14. She had been for thirty years a devoted member of , her Community. A Pont...

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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Boston and Vicinity. The fourth annual ball of the Boston let-ter-carners occurs at Horticultural Hall, on i riday evening, Feb. 21. The total number of births in our neieh • horing city of Somerville in 1872. was 780 • foreign parentage, 481; of American parentaae\ 236; pail's of twins bom, 9; total number of marriages in 1872, 133. Deaths in Boston for the week ending Bth, 157—males, 76; females, 81; of smallpox, 24, the latter figures showing a decrease of over forty per cent, from those of the previous week. The fifty-third anniversary exercises of the Mechanic Apprentices’ Library Association will be held at Mechanics’ Hall, corner of Bedford and Cliauney or. Saturday afternoon, Feb. 22. The Governor and council have concluded a long deliberation in the MrKihan* y case. The final decision take.- m \ •. f chance of pardon or commutation of sen tence for the man. The law is tv take itc course, and the murderer is to be hanged on Friday, the twenty-first of the present month.

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

FARMS FOR SALE ! Western New York. ONE FAIHI OF 800 ACRES, 5 miles from Franklinvilie Station, on the Buffalo and Washington RR.,and 15 miles from Great Valley Station on the Erie RR., and is intersected by the Rochester and State Line Road now building, about 85 miles from Rochester and 55 miles from Buffalo by rail. Said Farm will keep 60 cows ' winter and summer, is well watered, and includes a tract of 400 acres of valuable hard-wood. There will probably be a station on this Farm. or at least a wood and water station. A good Dwelling, Stables, Barns, and small Cheese Factory on the premises, also Schoolhouse. Said Farm lies in a pleasant valley, sis miles from Ellicottville, where there is a Catholic Church, and other Churches, and will be sold at the low price of S!f 5 per acre, in consequence of the proprietor closing up his Land Oflice and Laud business, and residing in Utica, N. Y. Also, near the above, A FARM OF GOO ACRES, Including 200 acres of woodland, which will keep 4i...

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OUR LONDON LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

OUR LONDON LETTER. {This interesting letter, from our London aorrespondent, arrived too lato for last issue.} London, Jan. 11, 1873. The Criminal Prosecution Of Castro or Orton, will come on for Bar Trial in two or three weeks, and tho public, anxious to see this game of speculation finally played out, are pardonably anxious that there should be an end to the whole iareo. As ‘ * Sir Roger’s ” day of trial draws nenr, his dearest friends begin to fall off, or to fight shy of his acquaintance. One of his dearest supporters, a gallant captain, of whose fidelity no claimant-partisan entertained a doubt, has withdrawn from the ranks of the combatants, at the last moment. This defection is regarded as a bad and ominous portent. Then, Mr. Whalley > .s succumbed to the decencies of silence, and we liearlittle of that enlightened legislator’s advocacy of the “ foo of the Jesuits,” as he fancifully dubbed tho great, gross, maroon-colored impostor who would havo the world mistake hi...

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