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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, Feb. 22, 1873. The Session Of the Dominion parliament will commence on the sth of next month. It promises to be an eventful session. Among other measures likely to be brought forward will be that for the ratification of the Canadian Pacific Railway contract, another concerning the New Brunswick School Law, and likewise, I suppose, a Bill will be brought forward to introduce the ballot system of voting in Canada. As regards the first-mentioned*measure, the Government have already awarded the contract to a Company, of which Sir Hugh Allan is President; but it remains that parliament should ratify this. Of the New Brunswick School question, I have spoken in former letters; when it comes before parliament there will be a hard nut to crack. The Government have not an extra strong support at present, the main strength of which support lies In the Catholic province of Quebec. They will have hard work to stand with a fair majority during the coming session, as the...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
A Corrupt Judge. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

A Corrupt Judge. Perhaps the most extraordinary, most shameful, and most depressing of all the incidents of the “ exposures” of the last three years has been the appearance of a United States judge as a common “striker” and lobbyist, in the person of Mr. C. T. Sherman, the brother of the Senator and of the General of that name, and Judge of the District Court of Northern Ohio. It appears that hearing that the New York Stock Exchange wished to procure the repeal of the taxon borrowed capital, he made an arrangement with one of its principal members, Mr. Lockwood, since dead, to aid in bringing about the repeal; and, after the repeal had been effected, demanded $lO,OOO for his services, saying that “he had gone to work, and had an interview with John Sherman, Chairman of the Senate Finance Committee, with Mr. Garfield, and other prominent members of Congress, and the result was that it became the policy of the Administration to repeal not only the tax in question, but the stamp and ot...

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FATHER BURKE'S FAREWELL. Last Words in the United States. Declares Himself a Republican. A Most Patriotic Address. FAREWELL ADDRESSES. “Bannact LeatH Achora!” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

FATHER BURKE'S FAREWELL. Last Words in the United States. Declares Himself a Republican. A Most Patriotic Address. FAREWELL ADDRESSES. “Bannact LeatH Achora!” Specially Reported for The Pilot. On tlic eve of tlie departure of the llcverend Fathers Burke and Lilly for Rome, in obedience to a sudden call from the Dominican Order, a number of the parishioners connected with the Church of St. Vincent Ferrer assembled on Friday evening, Feb. 21, at the residence of Alderman McCafferty, No. 838 Lexington avenue, N. Y., to pay their respects to the Reverend gentlemen. It was quite an impromptu affair, but was entered iuto with the heartiest feeling by a large party of gentlemen, and was an occasion of the most pleasing character. After the delivery of an address sjgned by the gentlemen below, an abstract of which we give, accompanied by the generous donation of a check for $750 to the kind Father Lilly, Prior of the Convent in New York, supper was announced, which called forth, in response...

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

THE PILOT IS rn LISHED BY PATRICK DOXAIIOE, 360 Washington Street, BOSTON, MASS., TO WHOM AI,L LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED. CONDITIONS. IS ALL CASES IS ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers in Boston S3 OO “ k * six months 1 50 “ “ four months 1 OO tingle Subscribers, by Mall, one year 3 50 “ “ ' k six months.... I 35 *• “ “ three months. 05 Clubs of three, or more, by Mali, one year 3 OO “ “ “ “ slxmontlisl OO “ “ “ “ three kk 50 I To Ireland ( U. S. postage prepaid) 3 o<> Boston Wholesale Dealers i NEW ENGLAND NEWS CTO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, S’.o Washington street. BER, McCAUY, No, $ Thatcher court. No. End.

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

PKCsCIPAL offices. Fall Itiver, Mass.— l. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.- M. RINN. Sew Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. 1 TILLING HAST & MASON : S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewscn street. New York City.— THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, A. Y.-M. NEYIN. Albstny, A. V BER. HUGHES,692Broadway Troy, A. V.—P. J. DOOLEY, 182 River street. Oswego, A. V.—GEORGE H. lIEES. Buffalo, A. V. —T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st, Philadelphia, Pa.— CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. Erie, l»a.-SELL & BACKUS, 70S State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, Aid. —H.TAYLOR.Sun Ironß'ding Cleveland, O, —ll. KRAMER, RAWSON EVANS & CO. Cincinnati, O.— THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P. WALSII; J.RICHARDS: J.R.HAWLEY. Chicago, 111 WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo.— PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK A NEWS CO. L.ouisville,liy. —A. GUNTER :C.T. BEARING Milwaukic, Wis.— WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Midi.— J.A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL: OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL: OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTUOU or “IIESTEU’8 1IIST011V.” PART II. CHAPTER I. THE I1LACK CAT MARKS A SPRING. Now the great desire of Tibbie’s soul was, that the neeut should at once make his appearance at Tobereevil. A bold move must be made, and ignorant Tibbie bad already done everything in her cause that her unaided powers could do. She could devise new plans even now in her brain, but she needed the lawyer’s help to carry them out. Tibbie, who could neither read nor write, stood at the mercy of fate. She might chafe in her wretched kitchen till her fury amounted to madness, but beyond the reach of her own voice this creature could make no sign. All her hop was this : that the wind might blow a preat storm, and tear up many trees by the roots, so that Simon should have to write to his agent to come and look to the timber. If the Wicked Woods refused to help her, then she was surely lost indeed. But just at this time the ...

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The River Boyne. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

The River Boyne. BY THOMAS P’ARCY MAGLY Bride of Loch Rumor, gently seaward stealing. In thy plucld depths, hast thou no feeling Of the stormy gusts of other days? Does thy heart. O gentle, nun-fuced river, Passing Be horn berg's obelisk, not quiver, While the shadow on thy bosom weighs? Thou hast heard the sounds of martial clangor, Been fraternal forces clash in anger, In thy Sabbath valley, River Boyne! Here have ancient Ulster's hardy forces Dressed their ranks and fed their travelled horses, Tara's hosting as they rode to Join. Forgettest thou, thut silent summer morning, When William's bugles sounded sudden warning, And James’s answered, chivalrously clear! When rank to rank gave the death signal duly, And volley answered volley, quick and truly, And shouted mandates met the eager car? The thrush and linnet fled beyond the mountains, The fish In Inver Colpa sought their fountains. The unchased deer scampered through Tredagh’s* gates; St. Mary’s bells In their high places tremb...

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Foreign Colleges in Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Foreign Colleges in Rome. TraiuUt.M from Ihr Italian for Tbr I*l lot. The Wry Reverend lector of Foreign l>ch*sia-thd Colleges in home have directed to Hignor lamza, President of tin* Council of Minister* of the Kingdom of Italy, the following protest To His Excellencu , the. Signor Commensatore Giovanni Lanza, President of the Council of Ministers, etc., etc., ' V. Exckllkncy On the day of the 11th of November, 1870, We, the Hectors of Foreign Colleges, German, English, Scotch, Belgtau, French, American-Latin, ami Polish, protested against the occupation of the schools of the Homan College, where the national foreigu youth, committed to our care, were instructed. There was never an answer given to that protest of ours. Now there appears a decision of a Giunta without any Justification of reason, of the following tenor :—•* The Giunta, nominated by royal decr«*e of the 23rd of April, 1871, for the examination of the juridical conditions of the foreign religious institutio...

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Literary Items. .Ml:. FEHGUBOX, of Carlisle, author of the T'utomu } Yarn r System , ami Tht Uirrr Same* of Europe, ha* in the press a book ou the Dialect of Cumberland, with a chapter on Place-Names. MeaBßjN. Scribner, Armstrong A Cos., hav»- reproduced Professor John Uluckie’s “Four Phases of Morals,” in a ISmo volume • M. C. O’Coxxor Morri* treats of “ Ireland and Um Irish,” in the fifth pai*er in the Contemporary Heriete, January, IHTS. Messrs. Sheldon A C0.,0f New York, havel-sncd anew and thoroughly revised edition of Mr. Itichard Grant White's “ Wonl* and their I'aea,” in a crowru octavo volume. Messrs. Osgood A Cos. make an interesting announcement of a forthcoming “ Lii i ■ 11 - - torian of Spanish Literature, by 31r. George S. Hillard. The author of “If I Were a Dictator.” supplies to tbe Saint Paur» Magazine for Januarr. 1*73, a <k»icb entitled “ The Yorkshire man and the Irish Ghost.” Messrs, lloberts Bros., Bwton, have in the pres* a collection of John Boyle ...

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Carney Hospital, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Carney Hospital, Boston. This institution, as our readers are already aware, la conducted by the Sister, of Charifv, and receive* no public aid from any source, although its doors are alwav- open to the sick poor, without distinction as to countrv. creed, lomU residence, or ailment, excepting only contagious disease* ] ( iias depended entirely, heretofore, on the charitr of'the Catholic community, nltbou>*li we could point w ith pleasure to several Instances of great and timolv aid given br other parties. Although gradually approaching a self-*,,*-tnining point, the hospital must depend, for some time to come, on the charitable efforts of our owrti mmils, and it i» only neeessarv to state n f art of the god accomplished there, to render those eff.rts cheerful an.! generous K.-r the tw o years endingBlst of December last. NK i.,K>r patio,,,* into tl.e hospital, where th y were treated with the best medical attendance and nursing. During the s.m-.r length of time...

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

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to February V. ANTRIM. The vacancies in Armagh.—ln tlie House of Commons, Feb. 6, writs wore moved for elections to nil the vacancies in Huntingdonshire,.Armagh, and Lisburn.—Cor* Telegraph. ANTRIM. The Belfast Murder.—At Belfast, Feb. 7, Mrs. Strickland, in whose house Charlotte Rea was concealed, and Mrs. O’Hagan and her two daughters, in whoso house some of the property of the two victims was found, were committed for trial.—Dublin Freeman. Home Rule in Belfast.—On tho night of .Tan. 31, a demonstration in connection with the Belfast Home Rule Association was held in the Music Ilnll, under the presidency of Joseph G. Biggar, esq. A letter was read from John Martin, M. P., complaining that Protestants generally were not as favorable to the national movement as they had been in ’B2 and ’9B, and most of them were now in tho attitude of contented slaves under foreign rule, established by foul usurpation. However, thank God, the sense of national honor still b...

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Tho Courts. Bankrupts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Tho Courts. Bankrupts. Adjudications Charles Bromeo Pljtott, of 27 Patrick street, iu the city of Limerick, boot and shoe dealer, trading as the * • Munster Boot Company,” was on the 10th day ol January adjudged bankrupt. Thomas Murphy, ol No. 8 Church street, Enniskillen, county Fermanagh, grocer and baker, on the 14th day ol January. Maria Murphy, of No. 9 Usher’s-quay, in the city ol Dublin, and Bermondsey street, London, widow, hide and skin merchant, trading in copartnership with Daniel O’Beardon, on the Ist day ol February. Bridget Kavanagh, ol Cool, Carlow, widow, on the 4th day ol February. Patrick Feeny, ol Knox street, Sligo, county Sligo, baker, on the 31st day ol January. Martin Maiiony, ol High street, in the city ol Waterford, provision dealer, on the 4th day ol February. Bernard McConviile, ol Castlerea, county Roscommon, grocer and provision dealer, on the 4th day ol February. Certificate —In the matter ol Alexander Davison, of Knockboy, county Antrim, llax spinner a...

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Lenten Pastoral, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Lenten Pastoral, We present to our readers the excellent Lenten Pastoral of the Right Rev. Bishop of Burlington LOUIS, by the Grace of God, and the Appointment of the Holy See, Bishop of Burlington, to the Clergy and Laity of Ills Diocese: At the approach of the holy season of Lent, tve aesire to address to you some words of exhortation. 1. There is one God who created all things visible and invisible. God has no beginning and shall have no end. lie has all j perfections, and is present in every place, though invisible to the eyes. Ho created [ us, and He it is who preserves our existence. This visible world he created for us, and to us also lie presrves it in its admirable order. We are therefore hound to serve God, for we belong to Him soul and body, and to Him alone are we indebted for the use of tills exterior world, and all that we own in it. The Son of God equal to the Father, one God with the Father and the Holy God, was born of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 1878 years ago at Beth...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

BIRTHS. Jan. 20. in Dublin, the wife of Thomas Dolan, of a daughter. 20, the wife of George E. Robinson, of a daughter. Feb. the wife of John Connell, esq., of a son. 3, the wife of Morgan Donovan, esq., of a daughter. 1, the wife of John Ivory, of a daughter. 6, the wife of Arthur Muffeny, Ballina, of a son. Jan. 19, at Bray, the wife of James Mooney, esq., of a daughter. Feb. 7, at Churehtown, county Meath, the wife j of John V. Hanly, esq., of a son.* Feb. 5. at Galway, the wife of David Griffin, of j a daughter. Feb". 5. at Stirling, Clonee, the wife of Lenox | MaeFarlane, esq., of a son. MARRIAGES. Jan. 15, in Dublin, Bernard Hagarty, of Cion-| dalkin, to Ellen, daughter of the late James Webb, of Wicklow. Jan. 15, at Moukstowu, John Donnelly, to Maria Teresa, daughter of the late Thoma% Stafford, both of Dublin. Jan. 22, at Clontarf, Terence, son of William J. Henry, esq., to Louisa, daughter of John F. Biggs, esq., Clontarf. co. Dublin. Jan. 22, at Clontarf, Martin Waters Kir...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

A ‘ 4 SPIRITUAL ” FARCE. — I curred at Fraternity Hall, 11 ning lately, during a spi so-called, whore an individi sell a ‘ ‘ medium ” proposed ner of impossible tilings thr ural aid. He had allowed audience (perhaps confeder in all sorts ot ways, butalv release himselt in a very sin in" made such good results bold, andsteppingto the fr< form boldly challenged an; audience to fasten him in that would restrain him but fortunately for the mediui of the Fourth Police was pre his pocket anew pair of ra which he was anxious to tw So, accepting the defiance, to the platform, and in a mo visibles’intimate ” was as e as ever an impostor could be more than an hour he dam stage, trying to relieve hirns lets, but all to no purpose, ar jeers of the unconverted an faithful few, he was forced t to use his key and relieve hi comfortable position—in fa liceman to render him a s supernatural friends refuse The General Theologic Boston, though less than el< numbers GOO members am...

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

Of Xu it, McGlougtili: (maiden name Bridget Molum Philadelphia to California, 14 yt not been heard from since, j , sisler to Bridget, and Manus, Locust Gap, Norlhui Fa. If this should meet the ej xa\, who left Glasgow, Scotian and was employed by the New Y pany, about the year 1869 and 7( ing to his sister, hear somethin? It any person can give any inf either dead or alive, they will c writing to her. Address" Teresa 702, Holyoke, Mass. Irish-American papers please Of James Moichan.. anxious to hear from him. Ad< chan, Box 233, Lewistown, Pa. Of John McConaghy, v where in the state of Michigai from. Information of him. alit received by his nephew, John A of his brother Arthur, who is a Armagh. Ireland. Address J No. 15 West street, \S'allsend, county, near Newcastle-on-Tyn Of Michael James D,i chael and Catherine Day, of Lyi left his home in or about Jul; heard from was at Sydney, Js with his uncle, Rhody Cahill. I tne eye of any one who know whereabouts, they will confer...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

uritM.v. Of John Sheridan, who left Dublin, October 17, 1872, and arrived in Quebec, L. C., in the Steamer “Sweden,’ on November6,lB72; he has not been heard of since he left Dublin. He is 17 years old, dark curling hair, dark eyes, and fair complexion; is a compositor by trade. Information concerning him will be received by liis brother, Frank Sheridan, Kent, Portage co., Ohio. 'mhB Canadian papers please copy. Of William Shiels, of Drumcoudraroad. City of Dublin, draper, who went to New York four years ago. Information of him will be received by his eon, John Shiels, 18 Lower Dominick street, Dublin, Ireland, or by Sir. Flood, 325 Ruggles street, Boston Highlands’ Slass. ml Of Philip, Patrick, and Mary Solan, natives of Spring Gardens, Dublin; when last heard from, the two former were in N. Orleans in 1859, and the latter was living at No. 13 Ash street, Boston, in 1854. Information of them, living or dead, will be received by their brother, Sergeant Thomas Nolan, 87tli Royal Iris...

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Father Burke’s Farewell. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Father Burke’s Farewell. C(je BOSTON, MARCH 8, 1873. “ Let Ireland In America be faithful, be Catholic, be temperate, be industrious, be obedient to law.”—Rev. Tiiomas n. Bukke. O. P. To make room for our full report of Father Burke’s Inst splendid address, we have crowded out a great deal of interesting matter. But our readers are more than repaid by the substitute. The brief address wo print this week is one of the most eloquent, heart-touching, ringing orations the great Dominican has delivered in this country. The Pilot’s splendid Chromo of Father Burke is now a thing of tenfold its former value to every Irish Catholic home in America.

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