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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. Important to Buyers —OF—PASSAGE TICKETS. After this date, all persons buying Passage Tickets from S. S. COLLINS will have their friends met at the Boat or Train, and conveyed, with their baggage, free of charge, to any part of the city or surroundings. Drafts at lowest rates. Si, S. COLLIAS, i\os. 5 <so 7 Jlatluvvson street, opposite Grace Church, Providence, R. I. N.B.—Ten thousand dollars worth of Books to be sold, at a discount of from 20 to 50 cents on the dollar, at the above address. mhl:ly NATIONAL LlKpr TO AND FROM Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, $2B. From Liverpool,Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, through to Boston, $32. DRAFTS AT LOWEST RATES. For freight or passage, apply at the offices of the Compauy, No. 69 Broadwav, New Tork, to F. YV. J. HURST, Manager: and for Cabin, Steerage, Prepaid, and Outward Tickets, to the Agents for New England: WARREN & CO., f2s:tf 130 State street, Boston. Passengers Brought...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

TO & PROM EUROPE. INMAN LINE —OF—MAIL STEAMSHIPS, TO AND riSOM LIVEKFOOL, CALLING AT (H EEASTOU.V. CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, March I CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, March i CITY OF BRUSSELS Saturday, March 15 RATES OF PASSAGE FRODI BOSTON. CABIN —$75 anti SOO Gold, according to j accommodation. Excursion Tickets (good for 12 months.) To Liverpool or Queenstown $135 gold. i To Paris 105 “ S OUTWARD STEERAGE PASSAGE—To Loni don. Liverpool, Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, Cardiff, or Londonderry—s3o CHCREXCY. I Children under 12 years—Half Fare, •• •• 12 months —Free. PREPAID STEERAGE PASSAGE from any of i the above points to Boston or New York—S3l4 ; currency. . „ I Children unde 12 years —Half Fare. ** *‘l2 months —$3. The plan of construction adopted on the steamers ! of the INMAN LINE, together with the arraugeI ments for securing the comforts of steerage passengers, are acknowledged to be superior to any other. Sight Drafts of £1 and upwards at lowest i rates. I For Cabin an...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Pilot Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim's! at be thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1573. No. 14.

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The Knight's Toast. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Knight's Toast. THE PILOT. Boston, April 5, 1873. The feast is o’er! now brimming wine In lordly cup is seen to shine Jiefore each eager guest: And silence fills the crowded hall. As deep as when the herald’s call Thrills in the loyal breast. Then up arose the noble host, And, smiling, cried: “ A toast! a toast! To all our ladies lair! Here, before all, I pledge tire name, Of Staunton’s proud and beauteous (lame— The Lady Gundnmore! ” Then to his feet each gallant sprung. And joyous was the shout that rung, As Stanley gave the word; And every cup was raised on high, Nor ceasea the loud and gladsome cry, Till Stanley’s voice was heard. “ Enough, enough,” he smiling said, And lowly bent liis haughty head; ‘ ‘ That all may have their due, Now each, in turn, must play his part, And pledge the lady of ids heart, Like gallant knight and true! ” Then, one bv one, each guest sprang up, And drained in cum the brimming cup, And named the loved one’s name; And each, as hand on high he rais...

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The Pope and the Americans. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

The Pope and the Americans. CONNELLAN. Prom our Speciu' Roman Correspondent. Oil the 26th ot February, a deputation of American Catholics, headed by the Rev. Dr. Chatard, Rector of the American , bud tUo honor of being admitted to the prescnce of the Holy Father. They were animated by the desire of protesting, at the throne of the Supreme Pontiff, against the usurpation of the sacred rights of the Holy See, and of witnessing to him their sincere, their filial and most profound attachment. The Deputation was presented to the Holy Father by the Bov. Rector of the American College, and Mr. Glover read in the French language, in the name of all present, the following ADDRESS. Most Holy Father : —Whilst your children of the United States arc all uesirous of beholding your august presence, and ol hearing the voice of the Vicar of Jesus Christ, it is a great privilege for us to be enabled to address you in their name, and to profess our sentiments of loyalty to the See of St. Peter and to ...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, March 22, 1873. The St. Patrick’s i>ay Celebration, Of which you have a report before this, was one of great anti imposing display. I may tell you a few incidents which came under my notice. It was remarkable that a large number of our fellow-citizens of Ottawa of other nationalities wore their sprigs of shamrock and green rosettes, many of them through sympathy with their Irish fellowcitizens, others, because they happened to have a great grandmother or twenty-second cousin who w r as Irish. Our Protestant fellow-countrymen wore green in great profusion, aud many of them took part in the parade, but a nice little story can be told of one of them in particular : It happens that the father of this gentleman has the honor (?) of having been the introducer of Orangeism in Canada, and yet the son is so much opposed to his paternal principles, that a large green badge decorated his breast on St. Patrick’s Day, and he asked a friend of mine to introdu...

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A Wonderful Operation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

A Wonderful Operation. A correspondent writes of the following almost incredible surgical operation performed at Leipzig, in Germany:— A soldier who had killed the Colonel of his regiment in cold blood, and whom the severity of Prussian military discipline would have caused to die a hundred deaths had it been possible, was deliberately handed over to the surgeon, by sentence of court martial,'and w r as confined in a strong room in the military hospital, entirely in the dark as to the fate which awaited him. He was kept there ready for an emergency, which did not fail to occur. A keeper of a beer cellar in Leipzig, a man resembling in many respects the condemned soldier, and who had been seized with acute inflammation of the heart, or rather of its investing membrane, w r as brought to the hospital to die of that incurable and promptly fatal malady. IS’o sooner had the anticipated death taken place than the dead saloon-keeper w r as placed on a table by the side of another operating...

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Awful Revelations. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Awful Revelations. We take the following article from the London Doily Telegraph , which sent a special commissioner to investigate the matter. It contains some gruesome revelations regarding the making of sausages in London; and as sausages are also made in this country , and eaten, we think it must be interesting to a great many here. It is to be hoped that our sausage manufacturers differ widely in their dealings from their brethren iu London; though it is remarkable that even in this country, at present, beef sausages arc several cents per pound cheaper than beef: — Iu explanation of the anomally referred to lately, that beef sausages were sold at five pence a pound, while beef itself was at least seven pence a pound, the following letter has been sent to the Telegraph : Sir—ln an article upon cheap meat In Bricklaue, you ask “Of what are sausages made?” In reply, I answer that the most wholesome beef sausages you can purchase at 5 pence per pound are made from horseflesh and so...

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Kansas Political Morality. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Kansas Political Morality. At the close of January the Legislature of Kansas was called upon to fill the vacant seat in the United States Senate, and Mr. S. C. Pomeroy, an old and well known political manager, was a candidate. The anti-Pomeroy men, who comprised all the honest citizens of the State, were well aware that money was being recklessly and unscrupulously employed on the opposite side. It became evident that Mr. Pomeroy’s defeat could only he compassed by exposing the scandalous corruption employed to gain the votes necessary for his return. A council of war >vas held, and it was decided that Colonel York, an influential member of the Kansas Senate, should enter into a secret xiargaiu with Pomeroy, should accept money from him advance, and should expose the whole transaction to the two Kansas Houses of Legislature, before the ballot was taken. After vainly endeavoring to deal with Colonel York through a third party, Senator Pomeroy consented to see him in privat...

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Thomas D’Arcy McGee. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Thomas D’Arcy McGee. JAY KAY. Written for The Pilot. Died, Aj»ril 7, 18(58. There is somethin" near the truth in the saying that “ Irishmen fight all battles well hut their own.” Especially when taken in their moral sense these words nearly approach the truth. It is Irish labor that has built the fortunes of many men in this America, and, comparatively speaking, how very few Irishmen have made themselves wealthy. And, again, when a man from among themselves is making his Vay to an upward position, It LsareMM u-g Irishmen to decry his efforts, question his purposes, and throw every barrier on his road to success. There is too often a propensity among them to take all others by the hand and to do all they can to raise them to their upward goal, whereas they do not even give a fair field to one of themselves, but go so far as to turn a dark eye on all his endeavors, to pull him down and keep him under. This strange and suicidal weakness in every-day life is patent to every observer of ...

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Irish Judges. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Irish Judges. There is in Dublin a very learned and acrimonious Judge of manx origin. He bears the name, f .miliar to readers of Peveril of the Peak, of Christian. It setftns, however, singularly inappropriate, inasmuch as the Lord Justice is forever committing the unchristianlike act of taunting and gibing his very amiable colleague Lord O’Hagan, who is remarkable not only for his talents and popularity, but as being the first Koman Catholic who has ever held the office of Lord Chancellor of Ireland, to which he was appointed with the approbation of men of all parties. Avery bitter pamphlet, which recently issued from Judge Christian’s gall-bladder, ha« evoked an answer, Living some curious details as to judicial functions. The following passage is apparently in reply to a charge of Judge Christian to the effect that the Chancellor works too little: — “ The Lord Chancellor (of Ireland), according to a Parliamentary return issued on the Bth of March, 1871, sat in the year 1869 (incl...

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England and her Coal. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

England and her Coal. The “ coal famine,” however, is the problem which in England overshadows all others, and seems as far from solution as ever. Its main facts are that, according to the best estimates, the coal-fields of England will only supply 80,000 millions of tons more; that these are now being used up at the rate of 110,000,000 a year, and with such waste that it is estimated that the same amount of work might be done with 80,000,000 tons, while the annual increase in consumption has for a good while back been 8,000,000 tons; that at this rate of increase the industrial resources of England would be exhausted, and the decline of the empire precipitated in 126 years from this time, inasmuch as it is not believed that more than 10,000 millions of tans is sufficiently accessible, or of sufficiently good quality to maintain her present industrial efficiency; that m the meantime the price of ooal has advanced during the past year $2 per ton, which is calculated as being the equi...

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

THE PILOT IS PULLISIIED BY PATRICK DOXAHOE, 360 Washington Street, BOSTON, MASS., *0 WHOM ALL LETTERS ARE TO RE ADDRESSED. COPIT MS, IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers in Boston $3 OO “ “ six months 1 50 “ “ ionr montlis 1 OO Bingle Subscribers, by Mail, one year 3 50 ** “ •* six months.... 1 35 *• “ “ three months. 05 Oubs of three, or more, by Mall, one year 2 OO “ “ “ “ six months 1 OO *' “ “ “ tliree “ 50 To Ireland ( U. S. postage prepaid) 3 OO liosttvn. Wholesale Denier* « NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. BEE. McCAUY, No. 'J Thatcher court. No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. »H Klver, Mase.-I. P. POPE, vrence. Mass.— M. RINN. Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. !.—TILLINGHAST A MASON: S. S. COLLINS,23 M&thewscnstreet. Eork City.—THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, S. V.—M. MAIN. Albany. \. V.— IIER. HUGHES.€92Broadway Troy, A. 1 ,-P. .7. DOOLEY, 182 River street. Oswe-o, A. Y.— GEORGE H. HEES. SiVl! HAWKS, 31 K. Seneca st. HI " R 'V Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., &05 Gheitcut st re< t. v”" i? BACKUS. 708 State street, ami No. 19 Park Rom-. Baltimore, Mrt.-II.TAYLOU.Smi Ironß’clliig Cleveian... 0. -11. KRAMER, RAW SON J,\ ANb & C O. Cinclpnvl ] HE CINCINNATI NEWB CO J.P.WAI.SH :-I.RIC.fARDS:J.R.H YWLEY Chicago, !H.—WESTERN NEWS Cos ' St. Louis Mo.—l AT RICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK A NEWS CO. u 3 Louisville,Ky.—A.CENTEß ;C.T.REARING MllwauUe, Wig.—WISCONM n nev.'sco WILLIAM ELLrS. Detroit, Midi.— J A. ROYS; MICH.NEWS CO San Fraudsco, Cal.— M. FLOOD. St. John. A. li.- ISRAEL J. D....

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. PART II. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF "HESTER’S HISTORY.” CHAPTER XI. TIBBIE FINDS A “DEVIL TO DO IIEB WILL.'’ When Tibbie parted from Katherine in the mansion of Toberecvil the old creature did not hastily retreat from the shelter of its roof. She was too much interested in the golden-liaired lady who had promised her u mandrake to lose sight of her for a moment, so long as she, was within reach; and so followed her stealthily from room to room, peering at her through key-holes and cracks in crazy doors. When Paul came upon Katherine, up in the lobby of the goblin presses, Tibbie espied him from a room at the lower end of the passage, and was witness of all that passed between the two young people. She. was keen enough to discern that Katherine had a mind to be mistress of Tobereevil in spite of her contempt for and enmity towards the heir; also that Paul 4 ‘ didn’t cotton to her, for all her grandeur and her beauty....

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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Literary Items. London papers announce anew 4 ‘ History of Ireland,” by “Dr. Clement, of Kiel.” Mr. A. Store has treated of “Times and Places; or, Our History,” for the benefit of his oountrvinen of England, in a crown octavo volume, lately published. A second edition, in medium octavo form, has been issued, of Prof. Whitley Stokes’ “ Gordelica: Old and Early Middle Irish Glasses. Prose and Terse.” The volume extended to 192 pages, as published by Messrs. Trflbner & Co.,London. Another— the eighth edition of the ‘ 4 Men of the Time; or, Dictionary of Contemporaries,” has been published by the Routledges of London and New York, under the editorial supervision of Mr. Thompson Cooper, who has re-written the bulk of the biographical sketches. Intellectual culture, without Christian culture, is a painted harlot who lives in moral night, and, decorated in the tinsel of art and letters, allures the weak and wicked to hell. Were there no hope for mankind but that which art, lett...

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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. BY LAFFAN. Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year IS7O, In the Clerk‘-s Office of this District of the United States, for the Eastern District of New York. Taaffe. —This surname is Anglo Irish. Avery full sketch of its history <has already been given by us. Our present response is to our welcome correspondent, Mr. Joseph P. Taaffe, St. Louis, Mo. Dallagiier—M’Vey.—l.—From Mr. James Dalligher, Lowell, Mass., we have received inquiries about these names. In reply, we would say that Dallagher is old Irish, though not easily traced in our Annals. Some writers speak of it as derived from the Ulster surname of O’Dalachain; others mention it as a corruption of Gallagher. ll. M'Yey, a Celtic surname we have alreadvmade mention of. Cowen.—This name in its present form is Anglo-Irish. \v e have known respectable Catholics by whom the name was borne, who claimed to derive from a Cos. Longford ancestry. A family of ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to March. V. . ANTRIM. Great Fire in Belfast.—'The Alhambra Muiic Hall and the adjoining store of the Brookfield Linen Company, Belfast, were destroyed by tire early on the morning of Feb. 28. * Important Railway Suit.—A passenger,, ■who had booked from Birmingham to Bel- | fast, via Holyhead, by the Irish Limited Mail, was, on Feb. 27, awarded heavy dam- : ages against the company in a Birmingham court, for disappointments conse- i quent on the delay of the train. A Popular Request Denied.—ln Belfast, for instance, the expressed wishes of the people are treated wit 1) contempt, twice the Belfast Town Council have applied to j the Marquis of Hartington for a commission to inquire into the cause of the late: riots, and twice they have been refused, i The wish of the people goes for nothing, j The dictum of the castle for ail. The peo- j pie of Belfast have been snubbed again, as j they always will be, so long as Irish opm- ] ion is interpreted through the hng...

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