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Crying for Men. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Crying for Men. When a cry goes up for men, to do anything from building a railroad to invading an empire, it meets with instant attention from the Irishmen abroad and from the Irishmen at home who desire to leave their impoverished homes andgoabrond. There is no civilized nationality that has so many willing hearts and ready hands waiting for an opening as the Irish have. There is no man can work so hard, and docs work so hard in all climates, as the Celt. lie toils industriously all over this great polyglot continent; ho bores and delves and sweats in the channel of the vast canal at Alexandria; he mines in Cathay; he cuts sandalwood and mahogany, naked as a savage, in the steaming woods of Australia. He fears no sun, and he braves cheerfully the snow and frost. Therefore the following words have for him especial interest. The Savannah Republican, in the course of a vigorous article on the subject of encouraging immigration to Georgia, says : Let the South invite the foreigner and...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
FATHER BURKE. What the Cathlic Press Says of The Pilot's Chromo [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

FATHER BURKE. What the Cathlic Press Says of The Pilot's Chromo AYe present our readers with a few extracts from our contemporaries regarding our chromo of the Great Dominican who has just left us. It will he seen from tho following that our own words of praise for the beautiful picture we present to our subscribers were not exaggeration:— From the Western Catholic. AA'e have received from Mr. Patrick Douahoe a splendid okromo of tbe Rev. Tbos. Burke, O. P. Everyone who has seen Father Burke will at once acknowledge it to be a perfect likeness, and worth}' ol tho establishment it comes from. The enterprise of Air. Donahoe i3 shown in everything he undertakes. Every yearly subscriber to The (Boston) Pilot will receive one of those splendid chromos. AA r e wish The pilot the success it deserves with the Catholic people, and more especially the Irish Catholics, who will ever find the paper, like the proprietor, true to the principles of right and justice. From the Pittsburg Catholic. M...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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An Extra $5000 Each, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

An Extra $5000 Each, The Boston Advertiser (Republican) says: The way has been opened for the members of the late Congress to get their extra allowance of five thousand dollars each, and within a few days tho Treasury will be depleted of a million and a half dollars to meet the demand. The Republican party will be held responsible for this act of public plunder, although we are glad to find that a majority of the Republicans voting on the question opposed it. The full vote of the House, classified politically, Republicans in Roman, was as follows : Yeas—Messrs. Ames. AveriH, Banks , Bigby, Bingham, Boreman , Buckley, Burdett, Butler, of Massachusetts; Butler, of Tennessee; Caldwell, Cobb, Cogliian, Vomingo , Conner, Critcher, Crossland , Darrall, Dickey, Dodds , Du Bose, Duell, Duke. Divnuell, Eldriage, Elliott, Posting ol Pennsylvania; Garrett , Getz , Giddings , Golloday, Griffiths, Hancock, Hanks, Ilarmer, Harper . Harris, of Mississippi: Hays, of Alabama; Uazoltou, of New Jersey...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Bellew’s Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Bellew’s Readings. Boston has registered its pompous and solemn approval of Mr. ,T. M. Bellew. His two readings hero have been a great success. He had most refined and critical audiences, the cream of New England’s keen intellect, and he surprised and delighted them. No man ever eamo so well heralded; and indeed from the very loud tones of praise which preceded him, people might naturally expect tobe disappointed. But the man has proved oven better than the notices—which' is a very rare occurrence. Mr. Bellew has. a magnificent presence and a magnificent voice, both of which he knows how to use to the highest advantage. He has a fresh and finely-marked face, and his hair is white and long. This is a wonderful aid to his dramatic and comic effects. Ills eyes are large and very dark, and they muse or blaze or melt with the spirit of the moment. Into each piece ho enters with splendid sympathy ; and, while his reading is entirely devoid of rant or sensationalism, his deep or incisive t...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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OUR NEW YORE LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

OUR NEW YORE LETTER, New York, March 11.1873. Tl»c Uloekailc of Winter Has boon broken, and Spring has come at last. This is so much in tho regular order that it need not occasion much surprise,'but it brings great joy to Gotham. Two days of balmy air and mild sunshine have opened tho hearts of our citizens, and’ if to-day is dull and rainy, we chuckle with delight that the snow and ice aro being ineltod. Business, which was as much frozen up as the water that has fallen in solidified form for the past three months, is coming out of its liypernation wherein, a bear in a hollow tree, it has been growingthcre and sucking its paws. Fashion, with its blazonry, steps out daintily in novel form. La Mode , like the annoyance that she is, asserts her presents and shames those sartorially sensitive into a precipitate visit to their tailors or dressmakers. They are to have changes of whose mystic secrets I know nothing. A well-dressed man or woman I look at with certain feelings of pleasure, ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Literary Criticisms. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Literary Criticisms. God oun Father. By thf Author of » piT&Co? Ul llcavcn - Baltimore: John MwTiiis is a beautiful little treatise in which we are taught in a manner tho most cn ' terfaining anil a style truly charming how God* 1 Bpmt andiu truth “ children ot We heartily commend it to all who wish to i^n? C Vt ? ruatl ? e 071 thc spiritual life: /or dull USCfnl, U is b 5" no mean* BtERB Eugenia. The I.iiv and Letters of a SJstiT o£ Charity. Baltimore: Jolm Murphy aThis book is interesting, but, consider ing the class to which it is addressed it contains too many French expressions u’n translated. The authoress ought to have added a word at the beginning in condcm nation of mixed marriages, especiallv" where the Catholic parent gives up the right of educating all, or evon any part of the children Catholics. Tite Catholic World for March has reached us, and we ieel proud of the high character which this periodietd continues to maintain. As far as our acquaintance with pe...

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Source: Boston College
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Prosecution of Bishops. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Prosecution of Bishops. The Bishop of Clonfert is the first Irish Bishop who has been prosecuted by the Crown since, in 1681, Dr. Oliver Plunkett, Archbishop of Armagh, was tried in the Queen’s Bench, in England, convicted, and hanged at Tyburn. Dr. Plunkett was the victim of the ‘ ‘ Popish Plot,” in an ago of informers, amongst whom Titus Oates was supreme. Lord Macaulay, in brilliant language, describes that epoch of informants, under whose perjured testimony Dr. Plunkett fell, and Charles James Pox, speaking about the trial of the Bishon, said that the King, even after the dissolution of his last Parliament, when he had so far subdued his enemies as to bo no longer under any apprehensions from them, “ did not think it worth while to save the life of Plunkett, Archbishop of Armagh, of w hoso innocence no doubt could be entertained.. But this was not to be wondered at, since in all transactions relative to the Popish Plot, minds of a very different cast from Charles became, as by s...

Publication Title: Pilot
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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Irish-American Societies. The programme of the celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, in Stockton, Cal., consists of a lecture, poem, concert, and ball under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians. The proceeds will bo devoted to St. Mary’s lres school. , The Manchester O'. II.) Irishmen will give the cost of a parade on St. Patrick's Day to the Orphans’Asylum and hospital fund of that city. The members of St. Patrick’s Mutual Benefit Society, and. all the other Irish benevolent .societies, have, voted to give their wages, on St. Patrick’s Day, for the same object. The Irish societies of Milwaukee, the Sheridan Guard, the Young Men’s Sodality* St. Gall’s Ben* volent Society, Hibernian Benevolent Society, St. John’s T. A. Society, Emerald Association, of Bay View* and Emmett Zouaves, have voted to celebrate St. Patrick’s Dav by a parade and a grand banquet. The Irish Benevolent society, of Amesbury and Salisbury, Mass., the St. Columbkille Literary and Benevolent Society, of Scra...

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

Boston and Vicinity. The number of deaths in Boston, week ending the sth, was HO, ot which eon sumption and other lung diseases caused 37, scarlet fever 10, unknown diseases 12, and smallpox only 5. The rare presence «f mind evinced by Miss Mary Ann Keyes, during the late terrible fire on Hanover street, when hoar promptness and decision probably saved, the lives of four of her companions, was then the subject of frequent praise, and has circe been more substantially rewarded. At a recent meeting of the Board of Engineers of the Fire Department, it was do-, cided to present her with some token of the appreciation in which her services to. her companions were hold. On Saturday she was invited to the t hief’s office, :tud upon her appearance, in company with, Mr. Charles E- Wiggin, Capt. DaruroU presented her, in behalf of the a handsome gold watch and ehai* valued at § 100. The speech of presentation was very appropriate, and the young lady was so deeply affected that sho ccw’d only ...

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Page 4 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 4 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

BOSTOX Coi.lkgk. Atcard of Tickets for February. —Rhet., McEvoy; Ist Gram., Gillespie, T. O’Sullivan, Brownrigg; 2d Gram., Hart,Callanan; 3d Gram., 11 arrigan,Welch; Ist Rud., Joseph Fitzgerald, Eichliom, Hoynea, Hopkins; 2d Itud., Downey, J. Brownrigg, Donnelly, lliordau; 2d Math., Hughes, Wall, Welch; Algebra, Whoriekey, Ilickey; Ist Arith., Hopkins, Mallon, Ferguson, J. Brownrigg, Curtis; 2d Aritli., Donovan, Dorety, Turley, Donnelly, Riordan,D. Murphy, Breen; 3d Arith., Eiclihorn; 2d Fr., Garceau, Ilart, Welch, Collins; 3d Fr., Johnson, Handgun. A Stouv from Ciucago.—The Western Catholic tells a story about one of the residents ol Chicago, which we think worth repeating. It appears that a gentleman collecting funds for an Irish object, lately entered tho store of Mr. W. J. Quan, No. 50 River street, accompanied by two friends and met the said Mr. Quan. The object of the fund was explained to him, and he was allied to contribute. ‘ ‘ No,” said ho, il not one cent; when I l*&a...

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Irishmen in St. Lons.—The Western Watchman, the Catholic paper of St. Louis, says' ‘ Are Irishmen satisfied now? We think they fill fully one half oi the city and county ollices. Two of the I’olice Commissioners aro Irishmen. Three of the six county judges nro Irishmen. Nearly threefourths of tho patronage of the County Court hashcen bestowed on Irishmen. Let us see if the social, moral and political condition of our Irish fellow citizens will ho improved in consequence.” Philuts, Shuman & Cos., 331 Washington street, are offering boys’clothing at reasonable prices. Being manufacturers, they are enabled to meet the wants of all condition of persons. Parents with largo or small means will find this one price House reliable in its statement of induce ments. See advertisement.

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

We direct the attention of our readers to the advertisement, on tho eighth page, of the route of tho procession on Bt. Patrick’s Pay,

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Page 4 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Alsace and Lorraine. —A musical and dramatic performance has been arranged for the benefit of the poor emigrants who have left Alsace and Lorraine, protesting against being Prussianized. Thousadna of them have come or aro coming to this country. It is to bo hoped that tho St. James Theatre will ho filled on tho night of the entertainment by hearty sympathies with these patriotic exiles.

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Lenten Services in the Boston Catholic Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Lenten Services in the Boston Catholic Churches. (flic |M BOSTON, MARCH 22, 1573. The following are the principal religious j services during the season of Lent in Bos- i ton Catholic churches .’—Cathedral Chapel | of the Holy Cross, Benediction and sermon "by Bishop Williams on Friday evenings; j Immaculate Conception, sermon on Tuesday and Stations of tho Cross on Thursday , evenings; St. James’, Tuesday evenings, Stations, and Thursdays, sermon and Benediction, Meditations every morning after Mass; St. Patrick’s, sermon on Wednesday and Stations on Friday evenings; St. Mary’s, stations Fiiday evenings; 88. Peter and Paul’s, South Boston, Stations Friday evenibgs; St. Augustine’s, South Boston, sermoD on Thursday and Stations on Friday evenings, sermon at Vespers, Sundays; St. Joseph’s, Boston, Stations and sermon .Friday evenings; Gate of Heaven, South Boston, Benediction and Stations Friday evenings; St. Vincent's, South Uoston. sermon and Benediction, Friday evenings. Tho eveni...

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“ The Lost Arts.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

“ The Lost Arts.” In our next issue wo shall present our vendors with a complete report of Wendell Phillips’ famous lecture on “The Lost Arts.” This extraordinary lecture has long been known by name to the whole country; but only those who have heard the great orator deliver it know its beauty and interest. It lias never before, perhaps, been well reported by a short hand writer.

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Father Burke. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Father Burke. .On our sixth page we present our readers with a fine lecture by Father Burke, Which has not hitherto been published. Pressure on our space prevented its appearance when delivered.

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ST, PATRICK’S DAY. Preparations for the Celebration, BOSTON. Route of the Procession. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

ST, PATRICK’S DAY. Preparations for the Celebration, BOSTON. Route of the Procession. The following is tiio rotate of procession decided upon for St. Patrick’s HayTlio procession to form on Arlington* street, right resting on Boylston street; countermarch on Arlington, thonee through Beacon, School, Washington, Eliot. Treniont, and Dartmouth streets, Warren and Columlms avenues, Pembroke, Tromont. Camdom, Washington and Concord streets to Harrison avenue; thence through Harrison avenue across Dover street Bridge,thro ugh Fourth ami I) streets, Broadway, “Saint Patrick’s Bridge,” to Albany at.; through Albany. Beach, Federal, Broad, State, Court, Hanover, nndTriucostreets, across Charles riverhrldge to Charlestown square; thence over Warren bridge to Boston, through Causeway and Endicott streets, Haymurket square. Merrimac, Causeway, ieverett, Green, Chambers, Cambridge, and Charles streets to the Common, where the procession will be dismissed. On the evening of the 17th. tlio Charit...

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Ordinations at Niagara. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Ordinations at Niagara. To the Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sir:—Ordinations were held at the Seminary of Our Lady of Angels, Suspension Bridge, X. Y., on* the morning ol the Sthinst., by Iff. Rev. Bishop Ryan, of Buffalo. The Very Rev. l'ather itioe. (J. M., President oftlie Seminary, Rev. Fathers I . V. Kavanagli, and M. Kercher, C. M., were in attendance upon the Rt. Rev. Bishop during tho ordinations. The ceremony begun at 0 o’clock, a. m.. was not concluded before 3 o’clock, a. in. The following named Seminarists wore promoted to the holy order of DEACONSntP. Diocese of Albany.— Revs. Thomas S. Kcveny John P. Molnerow, John J. Early. Diocese of Buffalo.— Revs. Eugene McDermott, Aloysius Bachmun. Archdiocese of Xew Font.—Revs. James J. Dougherty, John A. Gleeson. Diocese of Brooklyn.— Revs. Henry A. Gallagher, Bernard J . McHugh, Daniel J. Sheehy. PRIESTHOOD. Diocese of Buffalo. —On the same occasion, the Kt. ltev. pr< late conferred the holy order of priesthood upon Rev...

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

Personal. President Thikiis is at present very ill, and cannot sleep. Professor Pepper, the distinguished scientific lecturer, is a Catholic. Charles Gavan Duffy, for his distlnj guished career in Australia, has been knighted by the Queen. The Lieutenant-Governor of Massachusetts, Mr. Talbot, is an Irishman, born in the county Tipperary. Prince Arthur Patrick will preside at a St. Patrick's Society dinner on the 17tli inst. —London Telegraph. In the United States Army Captain Thos. S. Dunn has been promoted to the rank of | Major. We learn that the Most Rev. Archbishop of Baltimore has been greatly benefited by his trip to Florida. Tm: bill donating six condemned cannon for the statue of Phil Kearney was passed by the last Congress. Hon. John O’Conor has been sworn in ns Minister of the Canadian Land Revenue. Lt. Commander Theodore F. Kane, of tho U. 8. Navy, lias been made a Commander in the same service. Two Catholic priests, Rev. Fathers Maginneasand O’Brien, are members of the S...

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