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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Help for Old Ireland. The Convent of the Holy Cross, Kenmare, County Kerry, Ireland, the home ol Sisteg Mary r rancis Clare, who has spent years toiling for the historical fame of her native land, is deeply In debt, she appeals to her countrymen in America for help. It is for Ireland, for Religion, for the Starving Poor, of the poorest part of the Old Country. It is to help to feed Hungry Irish Children. To Clothe and Shelter Homeless Irish Children. Those who know, from their own experience, what the poor suffer in Ireland, will not refuse all the assistance they can give; those who do not know may believe inywords.no help can be had here from Fairs or Lotteries; the place is too remote and the people are too poor; wo depend upon the well-known generosity of the Irish In America; it has never failed; it will not fail now. The names of all who give donations, with (he amount given, will be published in The (Boston) Pilot, and other papers. The sums collected are i to he sent direct ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

SAVING-S P i EMIGRANT SAVIP IVo. 52 Temple Place. ( lnstituiu n lor saving's.) The jus usual daily for business. INTEREST. President. Patrlc urer, Thomas J. Gargan. Bu !» o'clock a. m to 3 o'clock n. ru lints from sto 8 o'clock. Refj Reverend the Bishop of the 1 and the Right Reverend the Bis of Springfield, and the Clergy dec7 UNION INSTITUT] SAVING 37. BEDFORD SI PAYS Six Per Cent. FREE OF AIL CAPITAL INVEI $ 3,500, Undisturbed Deposits in thl six years have averaged NINE References— Right Rev. ] and the Clergy generally. Open for Deposits and Pa; from 9 a. m. to 3p. ru., and noons from 5 to 8 o’clock. JOHN C. CROM GEORGE F. EMERY. Trea Mercantile Savings VTEW BANK BVIIDI -lx Washington street, Bosto Savings Bank in the State th deposit for eacli and every fu they remain in hank. The ins' antee fund of $'2OS,OOO for the of depositors. SHIPPII MONTREAL OCEAN StEAI .--.fe-'-'SSsi. Weekly Line < f having sut N^Tr^gj^tF'Lions, will sail I rife cry Saturday f« RY and LIVERPO...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

decorat BANNE FOK SOCIETIES, SCH Mr. DONAHOE is prepared from Societies aud Schools fo Flops, for Processions. The signs will be executed according of the parties ordering, and in t ner. Orders respectfully solid furnished. Address PATRICK T>OS 360 Wnsfiineton st., TIQSTrMOIsn Ayer, Mai Patrick Donahoe, esq., Boston Dear Sib,—The Banner fu our Division No. 7, Ancient On came duly to hand. The Ban nificent paintings and various indeed beyond our expectations all. For beauty of workmans etc., we think it cannot be ex< yours, St. Mary’s Church, Windsc Dear Mr. Donahoe — : The got up for me for our Sunday-s satisfaction. You have been fa tract, for which lam much oh will live to see yourself suppl; many such Banners as you hav< I remain, respectfully j Rev Gaelitzin, 1 Patrick Donahoe, esq.. Boston, Dear Sib,—The Society Is w< Banner you sent us. Our Bisfu a Banner as he ever sate in th fully yours. Th BADGES AND : IPor Societ Made to order at...

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

MEDICIj> AT WOO QIJIMNE BITTERN Tlie Best Tonic ami Stoi feretl tlie Pul It will Improve your Appet Hon, Give Tone to the Xervou every Organ of the body, there and Strength. There is no i Langour and Debility, whethe mg acute disease. The Medic; *® r .Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Ne all Diseases arising- from a ! stomach, Constipation, Flatuh to the Head, Loss of Appeti bum, Acid Stomach, I'ulncsi Stomach, Sinking or Flutterini Stomach, Dimness of Vision I'-yes and Skin, Pain in He Chest, Burning in the Flesh o Heat—all of which indicate ad Liver or Digestive Organs. Persons living in, or visiting laria prevails, where Fever ; Fever, Ac., are the cliaracteris be provided with them. The tive for Fever and Ague, Inti ness, and all ailments arlsii causes. Price, $l. Prepared by A. LITTLEFEE Mass. Sold by all Dealers In Medicii Is a positive cure for Sciatica, ralgfa, Splual Complaint, Cout Back, Sprains, etc. It has cui by physicians as hopeless, and TAIN CURE FOR SCIATICA, you. Alw...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

HSrSURAI ========= r. -J. coivrr lA'SrUAiVCE A At 15 Consress Strc Established lsoi. COAL REA GO a: At the Lowest Alai OF THE BEST Q Delivered in any Par( FOR SALE B' BOSWORTH &c 1 aug24 850 Fcdcra BRINE & Cl DEALERS E COAE and A Wharf Bridge street, coi East Cambridi Order Box at Leonard & Cc 48 Bromfleld st. Orders by ms ed to, mhi GAS FITG DANIEL Wrought and Cast-Iron Steam and Gas Fittii Brass and Iron I all Steam Boilers, Portable Steam Pumps and Steam Ilea tin 58 Friend Street Special attention given to the Ings with Steam and Gas Pipe, of Steam Boilers. Churches, public buildings, heated by stei proved manner, lam permit rick Donahoe, esq., whose b lin street was heated with ste: the Continental, Adams, Bay Sugar Refineries WINES.LIQt EOTALDUI C. & M. SCEIED MCHAEL DOHER IMPORTERS OF AND D Foreign and Domes AGENTS FOl XX and XXX Amber and Pa A'os. 73 Endicott, 310 5 lCueeland streets, Sole Importers and Proprietor Brands , "Roya...

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An Easter Sunday Concert. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

An Easter Sunday Concert. Our Boston renders will be pleased to learn that the Catholic Choral Society has seemed Music Hall for Easter Sunday night, April 13th, and are preparing a concert of sacred music, but of varied character and more than ordinary attraction. W e are unable to-day to announce the programme, which, however, will soon be published ; but we may promise that it will be creditable to this earnest aud deserving Society, and will afford great pleasure to their audience. The Society will sing chiefly music by Gounod tne splendid Credo and the lovely Benedictus lrom his great Mass, among other pieces. Their late concert, Feb. 11, was pronounced a creditable performance, from tlic fre-lmess of the selections as well us their tine rendering; but, unhappily, the weather was unfavorable, and the net proceeds of the concert were far from gratifying. The present will be; the last public effort of the Society this season;' nr.d we hope they may have a full audienco. They have...

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father Burke on the National Anniversary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

father Burke on the National Anniversary. The folloM inglctter was received by last steamer, from l ather Burke, in reply to an Invitation to dine with the 1 ‘ Knights of St, Patrick,” in New York, on the 17th of March Steam gun* City of Paris, i Place, Mid Ocean, March 1, j The President of the Kuiyhis of St. Patrick, Xew York: Sir:—li was only on the eve of my departure that 1 received your kind invitation to meet you and your fellow Knights on the festival ot our great National Saint and Apo«tlo. My regret at leaving America was all the greater that I could not avail myself of your kindness, but only send you across the waves my word o*f loving sympathy and assurance, that “ WUereVr my path lies, be it gloomy or bright. My soul, happy friends, will be with mu thnt night.” May God preserve the children of St. Patrick, at home and abroad, in their old and glorious love ior Faith and Fatherland. I am, Mr. President, your attached and faithful servant, Thos. N. Burke, O.p. [ln our ne...

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Award and Distribution of Prize Money. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Award and Distribution of Prize Money. The claim of Admiral Farragnt and his officers and men for the prize money for the destruction of the rebel vessels at the capture of New Orleans during the rebellion has been allowed. The committee has reported, awarding $2(10,000 for distribution among the officers and crew. The balance of the prize money due to the navy for the destruction of the rebel ram Albemarle, in 1881, has just been distributed as follows, viz, Admiral i). I>. Porter, commanding fleet 59,791 82 Capt. K. R. Breeze, chief of stair to Admiral 1,958 07 Commodore William 11. Macomb,commanding division 5.162 70 Commander William B. Cushing 38.103 60 Master W. L. llownrth 24.394 17 Ensign Thomas H. Gay 24.841 10 PaymasterF. 11. Swan 20,621 53 Two third assistant engineers, $13,835 each 57.730 03 One master’s mate 7.615 10 One flreman, first class 5.711 Cl Cue coal-heaver 3.807 CO Three ordinary seamen, $3,646 07 each.. 0.13$ 51 Three landsmen, $2,665 31 each 7,095...

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A Sad Fate—Mrs. Foster Dying. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

A Sad Fate—Mrs. Foster Dying. Mrs. Foster, wife of the murderer of Avery I>. Putnam, who expiated his crime on the gallows on March 21, is reunited to be in « (lying condition. In fact on the afternoon of Tuesday, March 26, sue w is reported (lend, but the announcement was premature. Mrs. Foster’s devotion to her erring husband was remarkable and almost unprecedented. Although able counsel were from the first- retained to defend him, the unfortunate man was entirely abandoned by nil his friends except his wife, until th‘c end was almost upon him. The strain upon her nerves in the alternations of despair and hope was followed by extreme prostration. Now she is in delirium, and her death is expected momentarily. Mrs. Foster is a Catholic, and was a governess in, the family of the elder Mr. Foster. We rerer our readers to our New fork letter.

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Mr. Bellew’s Readings. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

Mr. Bellew’s Readings. Mi-. Bellow will read in Boston on April Ist and Mli, whentlu- thousands who have not heard him read should make theeflort to do so. It is generally acknowledged that lie is one of the few excellent readers this country has heard. We see it announced that ho is soon to deliver a lecture on Goldsmith, anil we hope this will also be done in Boston, for we arc anxious to enjoy so great a literary treat. Catholic Meeting lu l’liiladclpUiit. Am immense mass meeting of German Catholics was held in the Academy of Music. Philadelphia, on the evening ot the 25tli, to extend sympathy to the Catholics of Germany. Ox March, 19, the interesting ceremony of reception took place in the Convent of the Sisters of St. Joseph, St. Albans Toronto, Out. Archbishop Lynch presided. The address was delivered by the Ifev. A. Langcake, S. J.. of Saint Mary’s College, Montreal. Miss O’Brien (in religion), Sister Mary Joseph Claver, Miss O’Hagan (in religion), Sister Mary Joseph Celestin...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

PILOT NOI Keene, X. IT. WLlliaii his store, cun famish Catl 1 Miscellaneous Hooks in a . Miscellaneous Religious j Medals, llosuries, water ! &c., &c , at Hoston pric call. Taunton, if ass. — Our 11 Smith, keeps constantly < supply of Catholic Prayer religious works, which he ers’ prices. The Catholic] for IST.'I au<l 'lilt; Pilot he k on hand. Wo wish our Ca Taunton to giro him a call ply them with all our pub toil prices. Charlestown , Mass.—Ti good assortment of Catholi Rosaries, Ac.. ac. . may b Schrow’s Periodical Store, tihule, Main street, Charle Waltham, Mass.—We be; numerous friends in Waltli that Air. Hugh J. Grant, s ry’s Church, can lurnish line of Catholic books am cles at Boston prices. we in the kindest manner to 1 Lowell, We ties friends in Howell that The at Mr. Patrick Begley’s i mac street, Lowell. Also lished by .Ur. Honahoe at t DEATi ItfASSACniTiil McGitATU—At Hoston Hlgl spit at meningitis, Hilary. ,o Elizabeth McG...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

From the New “Dominion.” At tills season, when coughs and colds arc so prevalent, an i ffectual remedy, anu one easily obtained, i's Perry Dav:B’ Vegetable '■ PainKiller.” It Is no new nostrum, vended bv unknown agents, but lia3 stood the test of over twenty years: and those who use the article Internally or externally. will connect with It grateful recollections ot its worthy Inventor.— Hastings' Chronicle , C. IF. 1 atn-Killer.—The testimonials borne to the < money of this valuable medicine are sufficient to warrant its Introduction in every house. Our own opinion is that no family should be without a bottle of It for a single hour. In flesh wounds, relies, pains, sores, etc., it lathe most effectual remedy we know of. A bottle will last for a very longtime, and Us low price places It within the reach of all.— St. John Sews. We are glad to learn that the “ Pain-Killer''' Is having so large a sale In our citv. We have every reason to believe it to be an almost never ffil...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

PARENTS ! GUARDIANS ! BOYS i BEAK IN MIND! PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & CO., Wholesale Boys' Clothiers, Before the Fire at 5S Summer Street, I Continue the Great Sale, Wholesale and Retail, ol I their large WHOLESALE STOCK —OF— Children's, Hoys’ and Youths’ CLOTHING, IN LATEST STYLES, —AT—--231 WASHINGTON ST., (Formerly Occupied by Kempton, Ste])iicn.sou <fc Cos.) We are manufacturers. We buy In large qualities , for cash, and can. therefore, sell at low prices. We ARE TIIE 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 Ready-Made Clothing, CUT FASHIONABLY, THOROUGHLY SEIYEB. OF FIRST RATL MATERIAL, AH sales at Retail for prompt cashl Money refunded for all goods returned uninjured. STRICTLY ONE PRICE! PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & CO., 231 WASHINGTON STREET. 231. m1i22:4t:8 DR. M. K. HARTNETT, No. IT'S Harrison. Avenue, Opposite Bonnet street, ----- BOS...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

SIILLIVAN, FLW —OFFER FOR SJ ' Wine, Liquors, C Wainilv G-roceri Italian 2?rod Having facilities of obtaining they can offer them at lowest and as low as any in the markel They arc now ready to meet customers at their store, 111 and give them a trial. Martin H. Sullivan. Frj COLLATERAL I Twenty-sixth Au< The next Semi-Aunnp.l Sal ! floods will be held on WEDS DAY. and FRIDAY, April 23 j Banking Rooms, 35 Union stre< ' “ Fronde’s Crusade.--CONTENTS I. Life and Laughs of Fa Career in Ireland. Rome, an< fluenco on the Irlsh-Amcrl Characteristics as a Preachci with Froude—The Verdict, el 11. Froude’s Summing up Burke —Lecture in N< w Yc Anthony Fronde. Nov. 30.13 111. Father Burke's Fi: Froude—Levturc delivered i Great Dominican, on Dec. 17 IV. I’ROUDK’S DESCRUTION Celts.” V. John Mitciiel’s Great to Froude, delivered in New 1 VI. FROUDF'S ‘‘ < ODF. OF stated in his justification of Ireland.” VII. Wendell Phi (.lips’ Froude, deliver...

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

TO & FROM E EUROPEAN PASSAG OUTWARDS —AND — P Passengers forwarded to 01 Hallway Station in ENGLAN SCOTLAND to BOSTON, a*. In i „Cabin Tickets, from BOSTO i i«« K £.f£ OVVN ' GLASGOV | S6©, 865. and $75 currcii Excursion Tickets from BOS* named ports and return for 31: S ,e ?. ra €? from LONDON to To the Clergy w o offer tbe bes rtA* \ e r, lowest rat "«- Passengi ' ienna this Summer car Tickets for the trip at our of \ ienna Exposition Pamphlet free information regarding the i or Passage Tickets and Dral or the Continent, and full inf or O. L. BARTLE* 1G Uroad street, PASSAGE TJ TO on FROSi Queenstown or I Grlasgow or ALSO TO AND FROM Steerage from Boston... “ to “ Drafts for ' PAYABLE IS England,lreland, ai -A.T LOWEST MAY BE HAD FI WARREN . 136 State Street, B Important to -OF—PASSAGE TI After this date, all person Tickets from S. S. COLLINS wi] met at the Boat or Traiu. and c< baggage, free of charge, t city or surroundings. Drafts S. S. COLLINS, .Nos. 5 &...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 5 April 1873

TO & FROM E CUNAIID MAIL STEAMS Sailing: JT.very DinE« T mo Boston for X. CALLING A OTJEENST CORK HARBOR, Appointed Sailings Dired I MALTA : MEOLA i If ATAVIA t ! SIBERIA PALMYRA , OLYMPUS SAMARIA | MALTA From Non Yot PARTHIA We CUBA W< ABYSSINIA \ ALGERIA I RUSSIA W Passengers eniDark at tlie C Boston. CABIN, BSO GOLD. < l l: >»:\( 1 . IT, ] :.<A 'I r | Liverpool. London, Bristol,Gls or Derry, to Boston (SualiH i THURSDAY). CUR RE? | der It years half price; Infants Passengers hooked to all pat States. Drafts Issued on tlie Bank < and upwards. Passengers by the Canard St piled with an abends nee of food up three tlnies daily hy die C< with as much water as they w only required to furnish their o and dr! iking utensils. No cl atterdaic e. . Eaclt Passenger will be pro AI ATE BERTH . aid SINGLE HL PLACED IN ROOMS 15' These Steamers are divided In partm -nts.are well ventilated, t for safety, quick passages,...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'si at be thv God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 12, 1873. No. 15.

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Holy Week.—The “Miserere” in the Sistine Chapel. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Holy Week.—The “Miserere” in the Sistine Chapel. BY AUBREY DE VERE. THE PILOT. Boston, April 12, 1873. From sadness on to sadness, woe to woe, Searching ah depths of grief ineffable, Those sighs of the Forsaken sink and swell. And toa piercing shrillness, gathering, grow. Now one by one, commingling now, 1 hey flow : Now in the dark- they die, n piteous knell, Lorn as the wail of exiled Israel, Or Hagar weeping o’er her outcast. No— Never hath loss external forced such sighs! O ye with secret sins that inly bleed, And drift from God, search out, if ye are wise, Your unrepented infecilities: And pray, wliateVr the punishment decreed, It provo not exile from your Maker’s eyes! Those sounds expiring on mine car, mine eye Was by tlielr visual reflex strangelv spoiled: A vision of the Angels who rebelled Still hung beiove me, through the yielding sky Sinking on plumes outstretched imploringly. Their Tempter’s hopes and theirs forever quelled. They sank, with hands upon their eyes close-h...

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The Nations at Rome, A Great Deputation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Nations at Rome, A Great Deputation. On Friday, the Ttli ol March, the natives of foreign countries living at Rome, and others who had come expressly for this occasion from England, Belgium, Germany, etc., formed a Deputation to renew, ia the name of the Catholics of the countries from which they came, the homage of their devotion to the Sovereign Pontiff, and to protest against the iniquitous attempt which the Piedmontese Government, now ruling here by force of arms, is about to make against the Catholic Church, through the suppression of the Religious Orders. Of these illustrious personages, some of whom were among the noblest in Europe, SO represented the Catholics of Austria, 18 those of Belgium, 17of France, 14 came from Germany, 17 from England, S8 were from different parts of Italy, 5 from Spain, 5 from the United States of America, and 3 from Switzerland. It may be remarked that Staiin, America and .Switzerland did not rank highest numerically. The Holy Father entered th...

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