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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

has been taken In these new editions to expunge all superfluous matter, and replace It by devotions and prayers which are In general use and approved by the Church. We beg to recommend them to our patrons as the most complete of any in tbu market. NOW READY. ICI2f OK HEAVEW. 82mo. Revised and Improved, forming one of the best prayer hooks in the language. No. 1, Cloth gQ “ 2, Arabesque, embossed 65 “3, “ “ gilt edge.!..', !K) “ 4, “ “ “andelasp 115 “ 5, French morocco, full gilt 125 “6, “ “ “ and clasp. 150 “ 7, Turkey, super extra 2 50 “ 8, “ “ “ and clasp 300 “9, “ pure flexible 250 “ 10, “ bevelled antique 300 “ 11, “ “ “ and clasp. 850 “12, “ London antique 350 “13, Full English calf, red or gilt edges.. 375 “ 14, “ “ “ ribbon edges 425 “ 15, Turkey, antique octagon rims 4 50 “ 16, Velvet, clasp and corners 6 50 “17, “ rims and clasp 7 50 “18, “ “ “ and medallion 850 “19, “ full mountings 900 “ 20, “ “ “ andmedalllon 10 00 Also an assortment in Velvet, with Ivory Ornaments, Ivor...

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

HEARTSEASE. BY MARY E. BRADLEY. Of al! the bonny buds that blow In bright or cloudy weather, Of all the flowers that come and go The whole twelve moons together, . The purple little pansle brings Thoughts ol the sweetest, saddest things. I had a little lover once, Who used to give me posies; His eyes were blue as hyacinths, His’Ups were red as roses, And everybody loved to praise His pretty looks and winsome ways. The girls that went to school with mo Made little jealous speeches, Hi cause he brought me loyally His biggest plums and peaches, And always at the door would wait To carry home my books and slate. ‘ * They couldn't see "—with pout and fling " The mighty fascination About that little snub-nosed tiling To win such admiration; As If there weren’t a dozen girls With nic r eyes and longer curls. And this I knew as well as they, And never could see clearly Wliy more than Marion or May I should bo loved so dearly, go once I asked him why was this— He only answered with a kiss. U...

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

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapp3r-up of Unconsidered Trifles." Never play at any game of chance. What game does a 1 ady’s bustle resemble ? Backgammon. Avott> temptation, through fear you may not withstand it. What flowers are there between a lady’s nose and chin?—Two-lips. The future destiny of tho child is the work of the mother.— Napoleon. A single fact is worth a shipload of argument. Let your losses in tho past bo your lessons in the future. A nod from a lord is a breakfast for a fool. It Is a beautiful necessity of our nature to love something.— Douglas Jerrold. Integrity in youth is almost certain to become wisdom and honor in old age. ‘ What must bo done to conduct a newspaper right?—Write. lle who forcsocs calamities suffers them twice over.— Porteus. Never many a woman till you know where her dress ends and her so'ul begins. “ Excuse haste and bad pen,” as the pig said when he broke out. A man who gives his children habits of Industry, provides for them better than givi...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. Before the great Are, wo had completed arrangements to make The Pilot lor 1373 the best weekly newspaper in America. Those arrangements still hold good. We have asked our old friends and our new friends to send us each the name of anew subscriber to enable us to carry out the design without loss. Owing to the great support we received in the past year, we determined to testify our gratitude to our subscribers by making ! them an elegant prosent. An oil Chromo of the great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to be printed by the newest process in seven colors, specially for The Pilot. The drawing was prepared by one of the best American artists, and when Father Burke visited Boston, early in November, he saw the portrait, and expressed his satisfaction at the likeness, and his pleasure and surprise fit the splendid stylo of the chromo. Tho chromo-printers were burnt out by the great lire; hut they had, on the day previous, sent The Pilot Chromo to the residence o...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

I>lt. E. L. HAMLIN, Successor to Dr. Harkins, BUB6EON DENTIST, No. 13 Tremout Eow, Boston. OFFICE OPEN DAY AND EVENING. dec2B:ly

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

DECORATORS. FLAGS AND BAMERS. IN BILK, BUNTING, AND COTTON: O !*< ! a 1 A I « Send for prices. BUNTING, 18 Inches wide, by the piece or yard. MILITARY AND REGALIA GOODS, GOLD AND SILVER LACES, FRINGES, CORDS, BRAIDS, STARS, TASSELS, BADGES, HARTS, SHAMROCKS, CROSSES, EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, SOCIETY BADGES AND REGALIA. MILITARY, MASONIC, AND ODD FELLOWS’ BOOKS. POLLARD & LEIGHTON, Importers and Manufacturers, 104 Tremont Street, BOSTON, MASS. SEND FOR PRICE-LIST. SEND FOR PRICE-LIST, Please mention this paper, aud the kind of goods wanted, when you write for price-list. aul3:ly:7th BANNERS AND DECORATIONS. Mu, C. W. ROETH, artist, 32 West street, Boston, will promptly execute all orders for Banners and Decorations In the most artistic manner. Banners for Churches, Sunday-schools, Tern, perance Societies, Military Companies, or other Organizations, will be finished in the finest 6tyle, it the Societies will send to Mr. Rocth a d...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

WINES, LIQUORS, &c JOHN NAGLE, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, 233 ITedera.l Street. The subscriber Invitee the attention of the trade, and the public generally, to Ids complete assortment of Gins, Brandies, Wines, Irish, Scotch, Bourhon, and Rye Whiskies. —ALSO— Dublin, London, Scotch Porters and Ales. Goods sold at tbe lowest cash prices. Mail or express orders will receive prompt attention. JO 11IV SAtiLE, auglo 233 Federal street, Boston. JOHN GIBSONS SON & CO., DISTILLERS I FINE OLD EYE —AND—BOURBON WHISKIES. : 131, 133, 135 Broad Street, BSOWIT & HATES, BOSTON, N JffiW BUSTGrL AGENTS. feblS ROYAL DUTCH GIU C. & M. D. SCHIEDAM. MICHAEL DOHERTY & CO., IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AGENTS FOR IX and XXI Amber and Talc Ales and Porter. .Wos. 73 Endicott, 316 Korth, and 130 Kneeland streets, lioston. Sole Importers and Proprietors of' the Celebrated Brands, " Royal Dutch Gin.’ 7 aplOMf JOHX MILLER &...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

COLEEG-ES. COLLEGE OF THE HOLY GROSS, Worcester, Mass. This College 13 under the direction of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, and was established solely for the education oi Catholics. It stands on Bogachoag,” or, Hill of Pleasant Springs, within two miles of the City of Worcester, and commands an extensive view of the beautiful country around. The water is abundant and excellent; the playgrounds are spacious; the location is remarkably healthy, and affords facilities for healthful amusement at all seasons. The collegiate year commences on the tirst Monday of September; but students are received at any period of the year. Applications from other institutions will not be received without testimonials as to character and conduct from the principal of the institution which they had attended. TEEMS. For board,tuition, washing, mending linen and socks,, per annum (of ten months), payable half-yearly, in advance 8270 00 Physician's fee, per annam 5 00 Modern Languages and Music at Pr...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

MUSIC. O. DITSQ3SI <fc CO. offer these new, fresh, genial Juvenile Song Books to the public, believing they icill bear comparison with dlCiCwflll a " y others. “ Cheerful Voices,” V/_iO v. Ij- )jy that most successful and popular Composer, Sir. L. O. Eur.iteox ,is for Common Schools, and as 300,000 teachers and pupils TT/yippq are already familiar with his pre- v vious School Song Books, they will need no urging to try this. And as for our Sabbath--0-_ School Song Book, whose h-' j/cbi guttering title aptly describes the brightness of its contents, read the following extracts from commendatory let- ’O l-il-yi nq ters. Superintendents say: JIuU.U-'J O. k ‘ The more we use it the better we like it.” “The music has a freshness and beauty unsurpassed by any book I have seen.’’ Choristers say: “ A woik of sterling merit.” “ I’ar excelling Sabbath-School Music of the many books I have had the pleasure to use,” etc. Price of CHEERFUL VOICES 50 cts. Price of SPARKLING RUBIES 35 c...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

SAVINGS BANKS. Removed to No. 52 Tempi® Place, near tlie Provident Institution for Saving’s. THE BUSINESS —OF THE—SAVINGS BANK Is not interrupted by the fire. The officers of the Bank have removed its business to its New Banking Booms, No. 52 TEMPLE PLACE, (Near the Provident Institution for Savings.) The Bank will be open as usual daily for business. SIS PEE CENT IIITEEEST. President: PATRICK BOXAHOK. YICE-rKESIDESTS: Hon. WILLIAM CLAFLIN. Very Eev. P. F. LYNDON, V. G. Rev. ROBERT FULTON, S. J. Hon. THOMAS RUSSELL, (Collector of the Port of Boston), JAMES POWERS. DENIS 11. TULLY. MARTIN LENNON. GUSTWUS M.FLNOTTI JACOB PFAFF. ALANSON W. BEARD. CHARLES MARSH. JAMES COLLINS. (Jordan, Marsh & Cos.) Rev. JANIES GRIFFIN. Rev. GEORGE A. HAMILTON. TREASURER Thomas and. Gargnn. James McKenna. Charles F. Donnelly. Janies McCormick. John B. Moran, M. D. Michael H. Gleason. trustees: James Scott. John Miller. Patrick A. Collins. Richard Power. Cornelius O'Brien. Chrysostom P. Donah...

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SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ENGLAND. Gladstone Again in Office. London. March 19.—At the urgent request ol the Queen Mr. Gladstone lias resumed the Premiership, and will reconstruct the Cabinet. He proceeded to Windsor to-day. and submitted to the Queen the names of the incoming Ministry. Elot at Wolverhampton. A serious riot between Englishmen and Irishmen occurred at Wolverhampton, a town of Staffordshire, twelve miles from Birmingham, yesterday. At least3ooopersons were engaged in the conflict. Firearms and knives were freely used, and much blood shod, though no cases of fatal iniury have yet been reported. At last accounts from the town order had been restored, and it was believed there would he no repetition of the rioting.

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St. Patrick’s Day in the Churches. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

St. Patrick’s Day in the Churches. The festival of St. Patrick was observed with appropriate religious services and sermons in the Catholic Churches of Boston and vicinity. In the Cathedral Clmpel of the Holy Cross. High Mass was celebrated, and a sermon on St. Patrick was preached by Rev. D. O’Callaghan. In St. James’Church, on Sunday, Rev. Wm. McQunide preached on the Lite of St. Patrick, and on Monday a Solemn High Mass was celebrated at 9 o’clock. At St. Mary’s, Mass was said at 5, G and 7 o’clock m the Institute, and at 9 in the Church, Father Brady preaching the sermon of the day. At St. Peter and Paul’s Church, South Boston, High Mass was sung at 9, and one of the .Jesuit Fathers preached the sermon. At St. Joseph’s, Boston, Solemn High Mass was celebrated at 9, and a sermon on St. Patrick was preached by Rev. John Conlan. At St. Joseph’s, Boston Highlands, Rev. Father Griffin sung High Mass, and Father McQuade preached. The Boys of the House of the Angel Guardian attended in...

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Terrible Accident on Patrick’s Day. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Terrible Accident on Patrick’s Day. On the 17th, while the Cambridge, Mass., procession, on their return from Somerville, were passing through Bridge street, East Cambridge, four horses attached to a barouche, which formed a portion of the rear of the cortege, became unmanageable and dashed down the street at headlong speed, scattering the procession, and knocking down and wounding a number of persons. The progress of the frightened animals was finally arrested by the vehicle coming in contact with a telegraph pole on the corner of Bridge and Short streets, the barouche being broken to pieces. No deaths have yet resulted from the accident. The most dangerous case is that of Mr. John Sweeny, who is now lying at his house in Shay’s block on Bridge street, with his ribs crushed and internal injuries of such a nature that his recovery is doubtful. Mr. Cornelius J. Donovan, formerly assistant foreman of steamer 3, is at his residence on East street, severely bruised, and with tlnee ribs ...

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Home for Destitute Children, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 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: P. A. Dowd $2O 00 Subscriptions thankfully received. Quarterly Masses arc said in the Chapel of the Home for all benefactors, living and dead, and the prayers of the good Sisters and children daily ascend to lie(iven for those who contribute to the support of the institution. Persons wishing to adopt children will apply at the Home. They must bring a recommendation from their parish priest, Roll of Honor—for Paying the Debt. Peter Blessington $5O 00 Gen. P. R. Guiney 50 CO James Molloy, B. B 50 00 Persons who have subscribed to the Roll of Honor mill please pay up their subscriptions .at their earliest convenience, to Mr. Donahoe, or the Superintendent. Mr. B. Cullen. —® * o The Bulls for tlie Irately Appointed Bishopdt The Bulls naming the Rt. Rev. Michael A. Corrigan, Bishop of Newark, were delivered to Dr. Coir...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are inserted for Sa. MASSACHUSETTS. | The following resolutions were adopted j by tbe American Hibernian Benevolent Association of 5a1em....... Whereas, It lias pleased the Almighty to remove from amongst us one of our most worthy | members, James Tierney, who departed this ; life on the 27th of February; therefore, be it i Resolved. That while we are not unmindful of 1 the uncertainties of this life, still we cannot but 1 sincerelv regret the death of Mr. Tierney, taken awav in the prime of life and amidst usefulness. Resolved , That we will ev«r cherish with the most lively emotions the many virtues for which the character of our late brother was distinguished. Resolved , That as brother associates we respectfully tender our heartfelt sympathies to his widow and friends for the great loss they have sustained. Resolved , That a copy of those resolutions be presented to the widow of our late brother. and also entered on the Recor...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

OBITUARY. Xotlccs like the following are inserted at the rate of 12 lines or under for $1.50. For every additional 12 lines or less, $1.50. Died, March 11, James Power, aged 27. formerly of Worcester and late of Philadelphia. The deceased was born in Roekview, parish of Mullinaglough. county Tipperary, Ireland. He came to this country when quite'young, and received a good education. When the War broke out he was amongst the first to offer his services: he served in the Emmet Guards under his brother, Oapt, N". Power. He was well versed in Ireland's history, and although coming to this country so young in years, he possessed a strong love for his native land. He was a good, practical Catholic, and was attended by three of the Rev. Clergy, who cheered him in' his last hours. His many friends in the United States, as well as in Ireland, will hear of his death with deep regret, but it will give them consolation to know that he died a most happy death. He died as be lived, trusting in th...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

PARENTS ! GUARDIANS ! BOYS ! BEAR IN MIND! PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & CO., Wholesale Bovs' Clothiers, Before the Fire at 58 Summer Street, Continue the Great Sale, Wholesale aud Retail, ol their large WHOLESALE STOCK JChildren’s, Boys’ and Youths’ CLOTHING, IN LATEST STYLES, —AT—--23- WASHINGTON ST., (Formerly Occupied By liempton, Stephenson &• Cos.) "We are manufacturers. We buy in large qualities, for cash, and can. therefore, sell at low prices. We are the first to inaugurate wholesale PRICES AT RETAIL ON WASHINGTON street. We offer for selection the LARGEST WHOLESALE STOCK in New England of FINE and MEDIUM grades of Rea,dy-Made Clothing, CUT FASHIONABLY, THOROUGHLY SEWED, OF FIRST RATE MATERIAL, All sales at Retail for prompt cash 1 Money refunded for all goods returned uninjured. STRICTLY ONE PRICE! PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & C 0„ 334 WASHINGTON STKEET. 334. m1i22:4t:8 D/IB r INVITE THE ATTENTION OF LADIES TO A NEW LOT —OF—STRIPED n * MM ’S HAIR SHAWL! At P...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Will® & CO. OFFER 30,000 YARDS —or— HAMBURG EDGINGS, —AT—--10 CENTS, 15 CENTS, 25 CENTS, —AND—--30 CENTS, FIFTY PER GENT.LESS THAN GOST. CHEAPEST GOODS We Ilave Ever Sold. SHEPARD, NOHWELL & CD., 30 «fc 34 WESTER STREET. mb2t> :lt BOOTS ANI) SHOES. MEW store: NEW GOOI>S! NEW steles: LOW I'UICES: BYRNES & KELLY, 1684 Washington street (nearly opposite Washington Market), nave oneot the best selected stocks of Boots and Shoes to be found in Boston. Our prices cannot fail to suit. Do not fall to examine our stock and prices before purchasing elsewhere. T. F. BYRNES. T. F. KELLY. j anil :3m :8 ALL WANTING FARMS. FOR SALE—to Farmers, Gardeners, and Farm Laborers from the OldCoun try—good Farm Lands, virgin soil, at TWENTY-FIVE DOLLARS per acre, on six years’ credit. The soil is a good, productive loam, near the great markets of New York and Philadelphia, by Railroad, where from 20 to4o acres constitute a good farm, when partly pla...

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