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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall Itlver, Mass.-I. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. \eiv llaven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, K. I TILLING HAST St MASON : S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewscnstreet. Sew York City. -THE AMERICAN NEWS CO.. 121 'c\UWY . ee t. Hr«»~A jv. \Y • ..I. NEVIN. V ». —IIER. HUGHES, <592 Broadway i . , a. Y—P. J. DOOLEY, 182Riverstr t. o.swtar°, A. \'.—GEORGE H. HEKS. Bnflalo, A. V.-T.S.HAWKS, 31 E. Seneca st. PMladelpliia, Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 005 Chestnut street. Fa-ie, Pn.-SELL A BACKUS, 708 State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, JId.—iI.TAYLOR.Sun Ironß'ding CIC CO* ~ H ‘ KKAMER ’ BAWSON Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WAI.SII; J.RICHA HDS: -I .R. H AYY LEY. Cliicasjo, 111.—WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Tonis, Mo.—PATRICK FOX: ST. LOUIS BOOK & NEWS CO. Tonisviile.Ky.—A.GTTN TER ;C.T.HEARING .Mil vrauLie, YVis.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Midi.—J.A.ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal. —M. FLOOD. St. John, W. B.- ISRAEL J. D. ...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF ‘"HESTER'S HISTORY.” PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR. The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF ‘"HESTER'S HISTORY.” PART II. CHAPTER IV. TITE FAGOTS BURN. For some days everything went on pleasantly at Monasteries. May had doubts and fears about the bargain that had been concluded between uncle and nephew; but seeing that doubts and fears were not relished by Paul, she put them all away from lier, and saw everything in the light by which he wished her to look at it. Paul paid frequent visits to Tobereevil, and took long walks and rides over the propertv, making himself acquainted with the scene of his future duties; which were first to be those of servant, and afterwards those of master. The affairs of Miss Martha’s farm were rather neglected for the first week or so, but the old lady was right glad to give holiday to her new manager for any good reason he could show, resujned her farming habits till such time as his various duties could be made to run side-by-side. There was no wea...

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The Count de Montalembert. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

The Count de Montalembert. To Americans and English travelling on the Continent of Europe, there are few wants more keenly felt than the want of knowing what is occurring in the political and In the social circles of the lands they have left. This it is which makes home newspapers of such value to the wanderer, and which renders letters from homo dear beyond all price. The prominent events taking place in America or in Eugiand are made known through the American Register, or. the long-established G-alignanVs Messenger; the knowledge of private and family details depends upon the number and quality of the correspondents the traveller may be blessed with. The literature of the English-speaking foreigner is supplied, in a great degree, by Baron Tauchuitz, ofLeipsic. It is only on the Continent of Europe that the peculiar charm of these neat and handy little two-franc volumes can he thoroughly appreciated. In the midst of foreign books and newspapers, with their queer, long, scraggy typ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to Do'bru.ary I<L. ARMAGH. Mr. Verner Elected.—Mr. Vemer. who formerly represented Lisburn, was elected member lor the county o£ Armagh, Feb. 14. CAVAN. Home Rule in Cavan.—The usual monthly meeting of the Cavan Home Rule Association was held in the Council Rooms, Bailieborough, on tlie Bth of February. Mr. James Fitzpatrick, in proposing the first resolution, said: That there could he no doubt Cavan was national to the hearts core, and would at the next election follow the good example of tlie neighboring counties of Meatli nnd Westmeath, by returning representatives to advocate the restoration of our native Parliament. Jie concluded by reading the following resolution. which was seconded by Mr .Imre 1i y, and passed with acclamation That a general election being imminent, we call upon the national and patriotic men of Cavan not to stultify themselves by supporting the nominee of any English ministry or party. —Anglo Celt. CARLOW. Destitution in ...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. Wheat. —Wheat soAving is fast progressing through Ireland. The Irish Constabulary Band.—This band is about to be largely increased, and the bandmaster is anxious to get some first class musicians, which is a good opening for respectable young men. Galway Petition Case. —The hills of costs in the Galway Election Petition case Avere lodged immediately before the closing of the Parliamentary Elections Petitions Office. They cover ninety-one pages of costs paper. The items are 1685 in i number, and amount, to an aggregate of ! £8114.165. 3d. Splendid Lights.—The new lights on Howth Bailie Lighthouse seem to have the effect of annihilating distance, and appeared to the observer close at hand. Two intense balls of flame were exhibited, one more elevated than the other. The loavcione was the brightest, and seemed as if it were stretching out its rays of light like friendly arms to grasp the mariner and as- ! sure him of safety. We should suppose | that the lights that were l...

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The Galway Prosecutions, Trial of Rev. Patrick Loftus. The Jury Disagrees. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

The Galway Prosecutions, Trial of Rev. Patrick Loftus. The Jury Disagrees. In the Court of Queen’s Bench, Dublin, on Monday, Feb. 10, before the Lord Chief .Justice and a special jury, the case of the Queen v. tho Kev. Patrick Loftus was commenced. The counsel engaged in the case were, for the Crown, the Attorney-General, Dr. J. T. Ball, Q. C., M. P., Mr. Serjeant Annstrong, and Mr. Nash; for the defendant, Mr. Butt. Q. C., end Mr. M’Dermott. Mr. Nash, the junior counsel for tho Crown opened the pleadings, after which The Attorney-General rose to state the case for the Crown. The reverend defendant was Catholic curate of Dunmore, in the archdiocese of Tuam, county Galway and, ns holding that position, had a great amount of influence over his parishioners and congregation that attended tho place of worship in which he officiated. It would he for them to consider, not whether the words which Avere alleged to have been spoken were of a character that, although in themselves could not b...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Temperance. The President of tho N. J. Union has communicated to Rev. Dr. Corrigan the filial sentiments and congratulations of the societies and members. The uoav Bishop is known to have frequently expressed the kindest sentiments towards the Union. The Elgin (nis). Gazette says:—“By invitation of the Elgin Catholic Temperance Society, Rev. T. Butler, D. D., Chaplain during the War of Col. Mulligan’s Brigade, Avill deliver a lecture at Du Bois Opera House, on the evening of March 17 (St. Patrick’s Day). All are invited to hear this eloquent champion of Temperance.” The returns from forty societies connected Avith the National Temperance Union since the) CleA r eland Convention shoAv 3909 members, making an average of 100 members to each society. There are over 100 societies not yet included, numbering at least 10,000. Several new societies have been founded in Philadelphia and in Pittsburg, Pa., and in Buffalo, N. Y. In the East tho societies are iu a flourishing condition . The Ca...

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Page 3 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873
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Page 3 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

BIKTHS. Feb. 8, at Bawnjames. New Ross, the wife of John 11. Cullen, esq., of a daughter. Teh. 13, at Cavan, the wife of John Gannon, of a daughter. Feb, 14. at Belleville, Newtown, Waterford, the wife of Joseph W. Howard, esq., of a son. MAEKIAGES. Feb. 14, in Dublin. Henry Hunt, esq., to Elizabeth, daughter of John Pepper Bolton, esq., Peafield, Queen’s county. 10, Launcelot Ormsby, sou of t)ie late William Weir, Lakevlew, Heaps town, co. .Sligo, to Elizabeth Agues, daughter of the late William Joseph Lennon, esq., of Dublin. AtArdare,co. Limerick, C. Hughes, of Dublin, to Agnes Hannah Crcgan. daughter of the late Michael Cregan, esq.. Adarc. Fcl). 13, at Mountmclilck, Richard Shackleton, esq., of Crlesebauk, Balytore, to Charlotte Elizabeth, daughter of James Millner, esq., of Mountmelllck. Feb. (i,at Cavan, Patrick McManus, esq., Lisnaskea, co. Fermanagh, to Mary J., daughter of i Charles Maguire, esq., Cavan. DEATHS. Fob. in, In Dublin, Margaretßrownrlgg, late of county ('allow...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. Advertisements under tills head are Inserted three times for $l.OO. The Immense circulation of The Pilot In every city, town and hamlet on the Amerlcaut continent, renders it the best medium through which to make inquiries about lost friends. More than three-fourths of those advertised for are found. Persons wishing their friends advertised can send us $l.OO enclosed in a letter, with the advertisement written as legibly as possible, fo that no mistake may be made by the printer. Persons in England, Ireland, or Scotland, or any part of the world, can have their friends advertized by remitting us the price in gold. For haJj a sovereign an advertisement will be inserted for seven weeks. There is very little risk in sending gold in a letter, if stiched into it, or placed between a small piece of card or pasteboard. Caution.-- To prevent our numerous Irish friends and others from becoming tbe dupes of thievish impostors, we would advise all advertising for missing relat...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

EITGLAm Or William .Tones, a native of Liverpool, England, and raised in Harbor Grace; when last heard from, some years aw, he sailed lor a while from and to Baltimore; I called at the boardinc-liouse he used to stop at, and they said he sailed in a schooner lor Boston, as mate. Address David Jones, care ol Mrs. McElgnnn, No. 93 Gilmor street, Baltimore, Md. mill :6]t Of Julia Walls, who left lloclidale, Lancashire, England, in May, 1860, and came to this country; when last heard Iroin she was in Willismsburgb, N. Y. Information ol her will be received by her sister, Catherine Walls, No. 753 Church street, Wilmington, Delaware, mill QUEEN’S COUNTY. Of James Qckrnay, and his mother, Mary Quernay (maiden name Costtgan), natives ol Coolderryi Queen's county, who leit Ireland about three years ago last September, and landed in New Y T ork; when last beard Irom, about two years ago, they were in Pennsylvania, and are supposed to have gone West. Information of them will be received by the...

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Page 3 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Dl'BLL\, T, or William James Henry, of No. 6 Lallan street, Dublin; supposed to be in the K,? r J « Information respecting him will Orange Mass. 7 mot:;er ’ Mrs - Maria Henry, English and Irish papers please copy. Of «T ■ * October in he has not Deen heard of since he" left Dublin’. Ho* Is 17 years old, dark curling hair, dark eyes, and fair complexion; is a compositor by trade. Information concerning him will be received by his brother, Frank Sheridan, Kent, Portage co. V J ' Canadian papers please copy. Of William Shills, of Drumeondraroad. City of Dublin, draper, who went to New York four years ago, Information of him will ba received by his son, Jolm Shifcls, 48 Lower Dominick street, Dublin, Ireland, or bv Mr. Flood, 325 Ruggles street, Boston Highlands', Mass. ml Of Philip, Patrick, and Mary Nolan-, natives of Spring Gardens, Dublin; when last heard from, the two former were in N. Orleans in 1859, aud the latter was living at No. 13,Ash street, Boston, in 1854. Information of ...

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Answers to Correspondents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Answers to Correspondents. We give no attention to anonymous correspondents. Evansville, 111.—Dominican. “D. F. Dokan,” Emmettsburg, lowa. He is not, and never was. ‘ ‘ John Hagan,”Chicago, Hi. Of Right Rev. Dr. Doyle’s “ Life, Times, and Correspondence,” Mr. Donahoe is the American publisher. ‘ ‘ Mas. J. J. L. .’’Chicago. 111.—We regret that we cannot answer your inquiry satisfactorily. We have not the time to spare to search for records of wills half a century back. Such work is properly that of a lawyer. “P. 11. Harlan,” Springfield, 111.—The “ History of Lexington. Ky.; its early annals and‘recent progress,” by Mr. George W. Ranclc, appeared lately from the press of Messrs. Robert Clark & Cos., of Cincinnati. “ Martin Breen,” Buffalo, N. V. —As of England I)r. Lingard’s is the most valuable history available to Catholics, its author professed no particular leaning towards Ireland, in the composition ot lus book. “John Ford,” Hudson, N. Y.—Charles Ford protege of Dean...

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St. Patrick’s Day. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

St. Patrick’s Day. Since the last bright 17th of March how great have been the changes! The recurrence of the day brings to our mind with strange clearness the instability of human things. Last St. Patrick’s Day, Chicago was shaking the ashes from her charred and torn garments, and Boston, proud and wealthy Boston, was helping and consoling her heart-broken younger sister. To-day the cities stand in changed places —Chicago in her recovered strength and with increased lustre in her beauty, is the watcher and the helper of stricken Boston. Last St. Patrick’s Day, the splendid procession of Boston Irishmen saluted The Pilot Building, which was streaming with banners and colors; and the procession passed on through the streets of a district which, we believe, was the richest and grandest mercantile district in the world. To-day these streets are muddy passageways through charred ruins and heaps of rubbish, with which the joyous spirit of the procession has nothing in common. Last St. Pa...

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The Inauguration, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

The Inauguration, The inauguration proceedings, on the 4th, were the most brilliant ever witnessed in Washington. Fully ten thousand troops were in line, and their showy uniforms had a fine effect . The weather was extreme ly cold, and several of the soldiers suffered severely. Inside the Capitol there was a vast assemblage of the great ones of tlie land; and Mrs. Grant, with several of the children of the President sat near him on the platform. One feature there was that must have jarred on every fine mind in the gathering: the reports tell us that “ VicePresident Colfax sat on the right of the President.” The President’s address was not in good taste for the Chief 3lagistrate of this great country. There was too much of his own peculiar theories or opinions in it; for instance, in starting, he volunteered the information that it was his “ firm conviction that the civilized world is tending toward republicanism, or government by the people through their chosen representatives, and ...

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Australia and Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Australia and Rome. JAMES CARDINAL ANTONELLI, Vatican. To the Very Rev. C. A. Reynolds. The last great achievement of our age is the completion of an ocean cable from Europe to Australia. Two months ago the 3layor of 3lelboume sent a ‘ ‘ Good Morning” message to the 3layor of New York; and if the 3layor of New Y'orlc had so desired he could have had a chat with liis muielpal brothers of San Francisco, Cal euttn and London before night. On November 7. there was held in Goulburn, New South Wales, Australia, a Conference of Catholic Bishops, from which the following telegram was forwarded to his Holiness the Pope : Sidneyeusis, Goulburnensis. Batliurstensis, Arlnidaleusis, clerasque. eathedralia Goulburnensis dictatloneni eelebrantes, aniorcm obsequiumqui Sanctitatl Tua l electrics viitute offerunt Beuedletioneiu efflagltant. ( Translation .) Tlie Archbishops of Sydney, the Bishops of Goulburu. Bathurst, and Arniidale, and the clergy, assembled on tlie occasion of the blessing of the n...

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Electric Light, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Electric Light, In the thriving heart of Massachusetts, near the centre of this thickly-settled state, where the Blackstone River rises and six railroads converge, stands the city of Worcester. There flourishes a true monument to the zealous father of Catholicity in this Commonwealth, Bishop Fenwick, who founded thirty years ago, the College of the Holy Cross; and there, after two hours’ ride on the Boston and Albany Railroad, a representative of The Pilot arrived on Shrove Tuesday, February 25. I From a lofty elevation about a mile outside the city proper, and with its grounds, bounded by the Blackstone, almost a square mile in area, this imposing institution looks down in dignity on the surround - iug country. Having a library of five thousandvolumes, and every educational facility for one hundred and fifty students, under charge of the Jesuit Fathers, this establishment has enjoyed a steady growth and appreciated influence. The occasion of interest on this evening was not exactly...

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The Irish University Bill. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

The Irish University Bill. 3lr. Gladstone, with statesmanlike determination and courage, lias refused to allow minor affairs to impede the progress of his greater measures, and has introduced his Bill for the settlement of the qnestion of University education in Ireland. Everybody has been looking forward to this Bill as the test question of the Government’s strengfli. Punch has a fine cartoon on the subject, representing Gladstone as a jockey mounted on a thoroughbred horse, which is just rising at a jagged and ugly-looking stone wall, marked “Irish Education;” behind him lie two other stone wails, which he has safely cleared, representing the Disestablishment and the Land Act. Our readers will find an abstract of the Bill in our * ‘ Latest Steamer News,” on sth page. By its provisions, Catholics are largely benefited as to the facility of taking University Degrees; hut certainly the Bill falls sadly short Af what the Irish Hierarchy desired. It Is true the Catholic University is e...

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The Folly of Strikes, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

The Folly of Strikes, I We are told that the tradesmen oi New | York have now reorganized their societies | and recovered the strength expended in j the strike of last year, and are almost | ready for and determined on another strike. We are very sorry to hear it, for I their own salces: they will suffer most by ! their own action. We are also told that j the Crispins of Ylassachnsetts have reori ganized their society: but that they do not | mean to strike. This is better, although j the fact of the men belonging to a secret ! society at all is a grievous and stupid misI take. ! The result of strikes can he well illusj trated by that of the colliers of England and Wales at present. In Swansea, Wales, a recent letter to the London Xeics says, ‘ ‘ house coal which this time twelvemonth j was nine shillings per ton, is now twenty - ! live shillings.” During the same twelve- | month the wages of the Somersetshire col--1 liers have been advanced forty-five per j cent.; and to complete tl...

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Colfax and the Rest. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Colfax and the Rest. Instead of expelling Ames and Brooks, as recommended by the Poland Committee, the House has passed a vote of severe censure on their proceedings in the Credit 31obilier affair. The Senate Committee astonished people by recommending tlie expulsion of Patterson, of New Hampshire ; and it contained an allusion to Vice President Wilson which was by no means flattering. Wilson’s denial of participation in Credit 3lobilier profits has caused him ns much trouble as bis denial of participation in Know-Nothingism. This will give him a useful lesson about denials in future. It is not probable that Patterson will be expelled, now that Ames and Brooks have been pardoned; most likely he will he stamped with a censure similar to theirs. Meanwhile Colfax has sunk deeper and deeper in the contempt of the country, lie has been so amazingly “ smart” in his explanations that he lias damned his reputation utterly. He denied everything; met every charge with a fresh barrier, behind ...

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