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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Obituary. tt mi deep sorrow we have to announce the death 01 Brother Francis Costello, who, after a long career of usefulness, breathed liis last on the ‘2lst of January, in the Monastery of his Order at Clifden.— TuamNews. Died, on Feb. §, atthe Ursuline Convent, Waterford, Mother Aloysius, sister to the late John Murphy, esq., Dunmore, in the 71th year of her ago, and 17th of her religious prof essiou. Office and High Mass for her repose were offered up In the convent chap 1 on Feb. 10. at which assisted nearly all tire clergy of the citv, with Revs. Dr Power, Clonmel; R. Power. P.P \ll Saints. Piltown; J. Ryan and P. M’Cartliy C.C., Tramore. Waterford News . ’ The N. Y. Evening Mail, March 11, says: ‘ ‘ We notice in the Belfast papers received by a late mail, the death of Dr. James McGowan, for many years a practicing physician of this city. His deatli will be regretted by a great many of his friends and patients in this country. He was a man of sterling qualities and eminent in ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Beware of Swindlers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Beware of Swindlers. ftjjt fiiot BOSTON, MARCH 29,1573. Many dishonest persons are going round soliciting subscriptions for Tiie Pilot. People should be cautious iu tlicir dealings with all canvassers for our paper or "books. They should not, in any case, pay their money unless the goods are delivered. Neither should they trust these pedlers with framing or binding, except where they show their certificates. There are many good honest men who do buy books and pictures, and deal honestly with their customers; but they are always able to show their authority. No one is authorized to canvass for The Pilot unless ho can show a certificate signed by Mr. Donahoe, and printed in red ink. The following is a fac-simile of Mr. Donahoe’s autograph: a, y

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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PASCHAL CANDLES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

PASCHAL CANDLES. Mr. Donahoe is now prepared to supply the Reverend Clergy with Paschal Candles of the following sizes and styles. Orders SHOULD EE SENT IN AT ONCE : Height 2 feet 7 inches. Plain $2 00 “ 3 " 4>2 “ 400 “ 3 “ 4“ Ornamented 500 ” 4 “ 234 “ Plain 550 “ 4 “ 214 “ Ornamented 700 “ 4 “ 7 “ Plain 700 * w 4 " 7 ' ‘ Ornamented 9 00 “ 5 “ 7 11 “ 1150 The above prices include boxing, etc. Address—PATßlCK DONAHOE, 360 Washington street, Boston. Dii. Gilbert on “ Poedo Baptism.” .A lair price will be paid for a copy of this 'work. Address Patrick Donalioe, SCO "Washington street, Boston, Mass. Mission*Books, Rosaries, Scapulars, pictures, and everything used at the Missions, lor sale at Ponalxoe’s bookstore, 3CO Washington street. 3t Bear Tins in Mind . That no one gets the Chromo of Father Burke unless those who pay a year in advance, and twenty cents postage.

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Boston and Vicinity. State Fast—April 3. There are only 55 cases of small-pox in the hospital, and there were four deaths during the week ending March 15. The whole number of deaths from every cause for the week -was 174, of which 92 were males, 82 females. The decision of the Supreme Court on the McElhaney case was given on Saturday. The motion for anew trial was overruled. Consequently, unless a further stay is granted by Governor Washburn, JlcKlhaney must be hanged on Friday, 21st. The Supreme Court has decided that the recent act of the legislature, passed JDec 7, 1872, giving to the city of Boston the right to issue twenty-five millions of bonds, is unconstitutional. Tho rescript, setting forth the grounds of the decision, is printed in the court calendar. The steam yacht Grace Irving well known in this harbor, but recently bought by the Hon. James Ritchie and Kew Bedford parties for use in the latter city, went down off Duxbury during the gale on Sunday afternoon. ICth inst.. ...

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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Communications Received. “O’Donnell,” Troy. —Not up to our standard, as poetry. “L. J. M..”—Wellington was bom in Dangan Castle, Cos. Meath. There never were 10,000,000 of people in Ireland. “G. B. 1'.,” North Adams, Mass. — Your request will be gladly attended to. The cliromos arc being mailed as rapidly as possible. Everyone will be supplied soon. Without a signature, a letter conies from New Hampshire, asking, whether a priest in St. Louis “ has got married,” We can’t say: haven’t heard anything about it. Priests don’t send us their wedding cards. “ Charles Graiiam,” Chicar/o, writes to ns saying that the letter of Mr. Clancy, of Edina County, published in our paper, sometime ago, was a trustworthy document; and that the letter of Mr. Meagher, of Pawtucket, in answer to it, was not fair in its statement. “ John McGuire,” Winsted, Coni)., writes to tell us of the return of Father Leo, pastor of St. Joseph’s Church. After a sojourn in Europe of nearly six months. We are pleased to ...

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OUR NEW YORK LETTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

OUR NEW YORK LETTER. New York, March 18,1873. Si. Patrick’s !*»y is a Memory Once More. Yesterday Was magnificently fine as to weather, and very line as to the parade. Everything was in first-rate order, and there was not a single hitch or disturbance along the entire route. Your readers may have expected from the history I declined to give of my old-fashioned, tall hat, that I and it would he found in the train of A. O. H., or R. C. T. A. B. on the festival of Ireland's great Saint; but they must have looked for it in vain. I enjoyed a walk yesterday morning in the fresh breeze and sunshine as much as I have enjoyed anything for many a day. I walked with my thoughts only as compauions. They were band of music, silken banner, regalia, and cadets to me. One thing struck me as I walked, namely, where all the fresh, blooming Irish faces hid themselves every other day of the year. Ringing laughs, fluttering green ribbons, like olden banneroles on the wind, and forms the reverse of shado...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Pilot. A Mission conducted by F. t. Giackmeyer, McDonald and other Jesuit Fathers. will open in the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Boston, on Sunday, March 23 and continue for two weeks. The Mission, by the Jesuit Fathers from New York, at SS. Peter and Paul’s Church, South Boston, of which we have alreadygiven notice, has been progressing quite successfully thus far. The Fathers conducting it are Rev. Hector Glackmeyer, S.J., and Revs. McDonald, S.J., Haxfleld, S.J., McQuaide, S.J., andßusom, S.J. The first week, beginning March 2, was devoted to the women, and the second exclusively to men, the third week, which will close the Mission. March 23, being for children. The exercises consist of the usual instructions and sermons, with confessions during the day and evening, Father Glackmeyer preaching in the church and Father McDonald in the basement. They have been largely attended, and some conversions have been made, the particulars of ...

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Vice-Chancellor's Court. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Vice-Chancellor's Court. Sherman vs. Lambe.—This was a suit for the administration of the estates of the late Thomas Carty. Drogheda, merchant, who died intestate and unman led In February last, leaving property to the value of £l'lO.COO. The plaintiffs, Anne Sherman, Emily Smart, and Mary Jennings, claimed in the Court of Probate as cousins of the deceased. A trial of the question of fact was directed by the court, and resulted In a verdict hi their favor. Subsequently the defendants, Ellen Lambe and Phillip Caffrey.of Drogheda, came forward and claimed as cousins on the maternal side. Under these circumstances probate was retained pendimr the present suit. His lordship directed an inquiry to ascertain who are the next of kin. John Byrne, late of Williamsburg, N. Y'., is supposed to be an heir. lie leftWilliainsbui'g for Philadelphia in ISBB-GL Ho should at once address Elizabeth Hall, Marion Crescent, Clontarf, Dublin, Ireland. A convention between France and Ger- | many was concl...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. SWITZERLAND. Message from tlie Pope. Mgr. Mermillod has received the following telegram from Cardinal Antonelli: ‘ ‘ The Holy Father, sorrowfully moved by the news of ypur exile, prays God to grant Ills powerful help to you, to your clergy, and to the Catholics oi" Geneva. He sends you from his heart the Apostolic Benediction. BELGIUM. Protest of Bishops. The Belgian Catholic Bishops have addressed to King Leopold a protest against the suppression of the Belgian Catholic College at Rome by tbe Italian Government. BAVARIA. A Treble Murder. The legendary town of Abensberg, in Bavaria, is mentioned in relation to a treble murder perpetrated in its neighborhood. Three graziers, whilst going to the cattle market, were assailed by three bushrangers, who shot two of them, grievously wounded the third, and robbed all of them of their money, about £BO. The crime was committed at eight a.m., on the high road, which leads through a forest. JAPAN. A Japanese Newspaper. The ...

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The Folly of Strikes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

The Folly of Strikes. Chicago, EL, March 10, 1573. To the Editor of the Pilot. Bear Sir:—Being a constant reader of your paper, and expressing sorrow when the great tire which visited your city in its onward course destroyed your valuable building and effects—which had been the labor of years on your part—and which compelled you to start, as it were, life anew, and in the short interval which has elapsed wc find The Pilot once more attaining even greater prominence among the newspapers of the land, and in even a far grander appearance than ever, the writer cannot but wish you success m the glorious work in which] you are engaged but while doing so, would call attention to the fact that thousands of your readers are mechanics, men who have to support large families from the meagre wages paid them throughout the country at the present day by their employers. Trades unions, which you condemn on account ot the secrecy fn which they conduct their affairs, I claim, became a ne cessity in ...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Bev. John Derose, Portland, Me. Seldom the demise of one so dearly beloved comes to our lot to record as that of the late Rev. John Derose, of Portland, Me., who, after receiving the last rites of the Catholic Church, departed this life at the episcopal residence on Wednesday 12tlx inst. (in the 33th year of his age and 12th of Ins ministry), of that malignant disease, small-pox, which he-contracted in the onerous discharge of his sacred calling. On Thursday evening, March 13, in the Cathedral, the Office for the Dead was recited for his soul by a large number of clergymen, presided over by Bishop Bacon; and on JFTidav morning a Mass of Requiem was ofl'ered'foi’ his sou! the P 5 ■’ 2ifh° p officiating, assisted by Fathers allace and Danner, as Deacon and Subd'eacou, * n therßradly acting as Master of Ceremonies. sanctuary and around the ca. a Y].IY%.Y erC Priests of the diocese. ... • u S ene O Callaghan preached the funeral touching eloquence. The Catlw 1 °rila...

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Carney Hospital Fair [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Carney Hospital Fair Will Open at Music Eall on Monday, April 14, fir Two Weeks. FAIR COMMITTEE. Hon. Martin Griffin, President. M. H. Bradley, Vice-President. Patrick Donahoe, Treasurer. Jerome S. Macdonald, Secretary. EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.— Hugh Ferguson, M. I)., David A. Ring, Theodore Metcalf, j. C. Crowley, William Connolly, John G. Blake, M. I).. Basket Derby, M. D.. James Scott. M. F. Gavin, M. D., William Brine. East Cambridge, M. H. Bradley, P. W. Ford, F. X. Macdonald, James G. Davis. James Collins. Henry J. Slavin, John Miller, Patrick E. Shea, Edward B. O’Connor. HALL ENTERTAINMENT ORDER Music aivl Decorations. —William Connolly, John G. Blake, M. D.. AVilliam Doogue, John Burke,East Cambridge, John J. Carney, Robert Murray, Henry Canning, Bernard Foley, George R. Brine, A. G. MeVev. LOTTERY.—M. 11. Bradley. J. E. Fitzgerald, J. A. Duggan. Thomas E. Sullivan, J. Harrignn, Thomas F. Doherty, W. W. Dromev, Janies F. Supple, David D. Ilozan, M. J. Donovan, Martin Fay. PRINTI...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

To One and All. Are you suffering from a cough, cold, asthma, bronchitis, or any of the various pulmonary troubles that so often terminate in consumption? If so, use •• Wir/Boit’s Puri: Cod Liver Oil and Lime,” a safe and efficacious remedy. This is no quack preparation, but is regularly prescribed by the medical faculty. Manufactured by A, BWilror, Chemist. No. 166 Court street. Boston. Sold by all druggists. mh29:lt:s AN ENTERTAINING PERIODICAL —FOR TIIE—HOUSEHOLD! The Dublin Illustrated Annual for the Year 1873. Mr. Donalioc lias just received from the Publisher, C. Smyth, of Dublin, a consignment of tills very interesting Annual. The contents comprise Tales, Sketches, and Poetry, by some of the GREATEST MVEVG--5 ItlSEl AUTHORS. It also contains FOUR FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS by the celebrated Dublin Artist, J. F. O'Hi: A. Price, 50 cents. Sent free by mail. Address— PATRICK DOKAHOE, 360 Washington Street, BOSTON, MASS. nili22:4t JOHN J. HOKGAN&BRO., MARBLE WORKS, 45 to...

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“The Lost Arts.” Lecture by Wendell Phillips. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

“The Lost Arts.” Lecture by Wendell Phillips. The Seeds of Civilization Scattered Broadcast in tlio Past—Modern Knowledge a Development of tire Primal Hints of tlie Ancients —The Inimitable Power of tlie Old Master-Workmen-- I Tlie Science and Art of the Present Day Vtiliicd. Ladies and Gentlemen :—I am to talk to you to night about •• Tho Lost Arts ”—a lecture which has grown under my band year after year, and which belongs to that flist phase of the lyeeum system before it undertook to meddle with political duties or dangerous and angry questions of ethics; when it was merely an academic institution, trying to win busy men back to books, teaching a little science or repeating some talc of ioreign travel, or painting some great representative character, tlie symbol of his age. I think I can claim a purpose beyond a moment's amusement in this glance at early civilization. I, perhaps, might venture to claim that it was a medicine for wlmt is the most objectionable feature of our nati...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous triends who have sent us letters and subscriptions in advance, we select the following:— Rev. Canon Walsh, Portsmouth, N. H., paid $lO, for one year’s subscription to Pilot. Xlio I*ilot in Hamilton, Out. Hamilton', Ont., February, 1873. Dear Sir Enclosed And $22, for ten copies of The Pilot. All new subscribers. Yours, P. Ayl.and. In West Warren, Hass. West WArren, Mass., Feb. 20, 1873. Dear Sir:—Find enclosed Money Order for seven copies.of The Pllot. Yours truly, T. Collins. Our Chromo. Loweli. , Mass., Feb. 20, 1873. Patrick Doxahoe, Esq.—Dear Sir:—X have received the Chromo pictuie o£ Father Burke, which you sent me. I must say it far exceeds my expectation. I would not be without It if it cost Bve dollars. 1 have shown It to some of my friends, and I pot one subscriber for the good old Pilot. Enclosed you will llnd an order for two dollars and seventy cents ($2.70), for Pilot and postage for Chromo, to be addressed to Mr. John Ward, Ne. 76 ...

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An Interesting Account. How the Poor Dive in London. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

An Interesting Account. How the Poor Dive in London. We take the lollowinginteresting and instructive article from the London Daily Telegraph of Feb. 21:— From the fact that coal has In the short space of eight days decreased in price from fifty-four to forty-four shillings per ton, it may, perhaps, be reasonably assumed that the devouring dragon whish for two months past has been so ruthlessly attacking the domestic hearth is at last satisfied, and we may hope for at least a spell of immunity from its ravening maw. To be sure, we are not as yet far enough advanced out of the * ‘ wood ” in which the monster lurks to justify us in “ halloing ” very loudly; but at all events the sudden and decided fall, and the circumstance that there is no more apparent reason for it than there was for the equally sudden and preposterous rise, is significant of the fact that a ‘ ‘ coal famine. ” does not really exist, and that it only needs the return of certain folk to fair dealing for all to be wel...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. A Royal Progress. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. A Royal Progress. Our system of mutual life insurance must commend itself to every person wl'.o understands it. Its operations are free from uncertainty, it secures an inestimable benefit, and it is exactly adapted to tlie necessity of all classes of society. These features of the system stand out clearly in the history of the Equitable Life Assurance So piety, which was the pioneer of that astonishing progress made by our system of life insurance during the past ten or twelve years. It appears that no other company has done as much for the general popularization of the system, and no other has been a3 successful in the conquest of public confidence. At the end of the first year (I860) the Equitable Life Assurance Society ranked the ninth among all American life companies in its new business; in 1861 it was the eight; in 1862 and 1863 it was the seventh; in 1861 and 1865, the sixth; in 1808, the fourth; in 1867, the third; in 1868, the second; and in 1869, it b...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Patrick Donahoe’s STANDARD PUBLICATIONS. Mr. Donahoe desires to state that the fire has caused no interruption to his business. The stereotype plates of almost all his publications were destroyed in the Great Conflagration. Sew nml improved editions of all his popular publications are in active preparation, and will appear immediately. The following are now ready:— Abb9 Segur’s Famous Book : PLAIN TABK ABOUT TIIB PROtestantism of To-Day. From the French of Mgr. Segur. One of the most remarkable books of the day. Over 100,000 copies have beeu sold in America. 18mo., cloth.soo 60 Paper covers 25 By the hundred 15 00 SIAB OF TUB TO AO IB AAR Jealousy in Woman's Life. Followed by Discourses on Rash Judgments, Patience, and Grace. By Monseigneur Land riot, Archbishop of Itbeims. Translated from the French by Helena Lyons. With Preface by the Bishop of Kerry. 12m0., cloth. 150 We are convinced that an attentive perusal of these lectures will, with God's grace, enlighten the soul on these ...

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