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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. GREECE. T?ie TjR-.v of l>ivorec. The Greek Catholic Bishops have addressed a memorial to the King of the Hellenes. protesting very energetically against the divorce law recently introduced into Greece. Tlie Archbishops and Bishops declare that the marriage o! a Catholic man or woman who are simply separated, to anyone, whether Catholic'or schismatic, is illegal, and they will most positively refuse to give them the Sacraments oi the Church. The Grecian prelates are oi opinion that divorce, though it maybe legal amongst heretics, ought not to he granted to Catholics who only recognize religious marriage, and therefore the law should verbally exclude Catholic subjects from contracting matrimony whilst either husband or wife are living. ZANZIBAR. The Slave Trade. By letters from Zanzibar as late as February I‘2, it appears that Sir Bartlo Frere has failed in his mission to the Sultan of Zanzibar, the purpose of which was to induce that potentate, in comp...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE ATLANTIC DISASTER Statement of a Steerage Passenger. NAMES OF THE LOST AND SAVED AS FAR AS KNOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

THE ATLANTIC DISASTER Statement of a Steerage Passenger. NAMES OF THE LOST AND SAVED AS FAR AS KNOWN. Statement of a Steerage Passenger. Halifax, X. S., April 2.—A steerage passenger says: u I turned into my berth about Y o’clock Monday night . Tlie night was dark, but starlight, and the weather fine. I knew the ship v\ as going into Halifax for f o ?,' ~ e last I remember was that two bells- (1 o’clock) struck. I then went to sleep, and woke up with a shock, and remarked to my mate, ‘There goes the anchor. I thought, of course, ve were safe m Hali.ax harbor, but so soon as she made a second plunge I said, ‘ Good God! she’s ashore, with that we got up and dressed. llie companionway was thronged with lov\ er steerage passengers* See>n <r tbat the sea was commencing to break’ over the ship and pour down the companionway I got a3 many as possible to take to the bunks and hold on by the iron stanchions. There we remained until sifter daylight. The ship had fallen o...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873
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Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

DEATHS. Notices like tlie following arc inserted for 25 cents. MAINE. Flahkbty— In Jonesboro'. Nov. 4,1872, Thos. Flaherty, a native of Castletown,county Cork, Ireland. SEW YORK CITY. McCormack—March 18. Marv McCormack, a native of the county \\\ stme&th. Ireland. In the 57th year of her aye. Blesson— March IS. v.ldow of James Blesson, .i native of Hie parish of Clune, county Leitrim, Ireland, in the 50th year of her aye. irS^T 41 ?^ 11 , 21 • Kyne, son of Tlios. ivyue, Ileadford, county Galwav,lreland, aged ao years. ’ ** K l,l 17 * fTail,es Carney, parish of yJar of bis l Lon = foi ' d ’ Inland, in the 48th iVEIY YORK STATE. Graham —At Stevensville, Sullivan county. John Graham, a native of count\ Armagh Ireland, m the 78tli year of his aye. CALIFORNIA. Whalen—ln San Francisco, March 12, Catherine, wife of James Whalen, a native of the parisli of Donoughmorc, county Donegal. Ireland aged 32. Holler—7, Emma, beloved wife of John E. Hopper, a native of Ireland, aged 32 y...

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SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. Owing to tho immense pressure on our space, by letters irom almost every town in the United States, describing the celebration of St. Patrick's Hay, we are forced to condense every report , so as to he able to give a word all round. Our friends, who have written long and interesting accounts, must take this into consideration when they see. only a few lines where they expected half a column. Were wo to givo in full every letter we have received, tho “celebration’ would fill The Pjlot till July. Fitekbnrgi Mass. St. Patrick’s Hay was duly celebrated in Fitchburg. Tho ceremonies were commenced by High Mass, at which the Rev. Si. Carroll preached a panegyric on the Saint. After Mass, the different societies formed into line of procession in Iront of St. Bernard’s Hall. The Grand Marshal, H. McGrath, with some ot Ins aids, rode in front, and led the way through Main street. At the City Hall they were reviewed by the Mayor. After goi...

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The Day in Canada. College of St. Can rent, Canada. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

The Day in Canada. College of St. Can rent, Canada. The students of St. Laurent College, near Montreal, celebrated the festival of St. Patrick in a' very enjoyable manner. We regret that our space will not allow us to insert the interesting report sent us. The St. Patrick’s Literary Society of the College furnished a varied entertainment of oratory, music and the drama, on the evening of the lGth. The students who participated were Messrs. Michael O’Hara, Wm. Meenan, John Bourke. James Coyle, James St. Louis, Daniel Sullivan, James McCarty, Michael Boylan, Wm. Reynolds, Wm. Switzer, Timothy Scott. Hurd. On the morning of the 17th, all the members of the St. Patrick’s Literary Society received Holy Communion. Solemn High Mass was celebrated by Rev. Father SLortis, assisted by Rev. Fathers Kennealy and Walsh, asj deacon and subucacon.' The sermon was preached by Rev. Mr. Kennealy, and was very eloquent. After Mass there was a sleigliride and a banquet in the evening, at which everythi...

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A Critic Criticized. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

A Critic Criticized. Washington,!). C., March 21,1873. To tlie Editor of The Pilot. Dear Sin: —For a long time past I have been an attentive reader of most of the Catholic newspapers of this country, and have marked their progress with a tlegrec of interest based mainly on a heartfelt and earnest desire to see them prosper. While I am prepossessed in their favor, from the oldest to the youngest candidate for public patrongge, and am disposed to accept in good faith the position taken by them in most all matters affecting Catliolic doctrines and discipline; and, while I sympathize with them in every well-directed effort to correct abuses or evils where such exist, nevertheless, 1 take exceptions publicly, and for the first time, to the insolent tone and domineering attitude of a paper published in Cincinnati, and known as the Catholic Telegraph. Whether thfs paper lias received attention at the hands of others, or, whether our other Catholic papers as a whole have refrained from chal...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Temperance. The Lira-poo/ Catholic says: ‘ * That an ‘ elder ’ of the Union Presbyterian Church of Edinburgh was recently excommunicated by the Presbyterians for using wine at the ‘ communion ’ tables that was not sufficiently intoxicating! ” Anew organization, called the Temperance Knights, has been formed in Philadelphia, for the promotion of the Temperance cause. Mr. Martin I. J. Griffin, of the Catholic Benevolent Union, is acting as temporary President. Catholic Total Abstinence Leagues and Reunions have lately been accomplishing much good in Liverpool, Manchester, Salford, and other large cities. The moving spirits are the Rt. Rev. Bishop of Salford, and Rev. Father Nugent, the world-famed friend of the orphan and destitute. An English letter, in the Christian Ber/ister, recently drew a suggestive contrast between the treatment of the temperance problem in Old England and that in New England, showing the slow but sure mea sures for reform of the former, and the sweeping but in...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Insurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Insurance Society. .. Rostov, April. 1873. Air. TV m. T. Wood, of Arlington, Mass., Insured by the Equitable for $2OOO, paid ms first premium to me, and took his policy at my office on June 20,1571. He was tiien in excellent health and spirits, and talked of increasing his life insurance. He Mas a first-class risk. A few days after rlf„ i VUS taken 6ick with inflammation of m= a Vn7° ls i an(l . died the first of July, in mfo vil' 111 foi '. tni fiht alter he had paid me tne first premium. of exactl y the same name, vpf I l ' rug a t Savannah. Georgia, a personal fiiend whom 1 induced to insure in the Equitable, died after being insured be* tween one and two years, leaving his two daughteis entirely dependent upon his insurance lor support. H. T B t • Canada, April, IST3. I insured Alexander Reid, about 30 years of age, in the Equitable, for $2OOO. Rut he gave up Ins policy at the end of the fir...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions in advance, we select the lollowing: Rev. Canon "Walsh, Portsmouth, Ft. H., paid $lO, for one year’s subscription to Pilot. J. C. Mullowncy, Edgerton, "Wis., 51C.50 club. P. McGuire, Hudson, Wis.. $19.50 club. Received from Mr. John Donovan, 286 Banker Hill street. Charlestown, Mass., $25 for 10 rears, commencing Jan. 1, 1873. In Tlnklin Ireland. Mt. Joy Square, Dublin, Iceland,? March 1,1873. $ Mi;. Doxahoe Dear Sir:—Will you kindly note 1 have lodged to your credit here at the Provincial Bank a subscription ot £4 to The Pilot. Trusting you will speedily recover your severe losses, I remain very truly yours, Patrick Thompson-. In Terryville, Conn. Terryville, Conn.. March IG, 1573. Dear Sir:—Please Hud enclosed $2l in payment for eleveu subscribers, with Chromo of Father Burke. Yours. T. McNamara. In Missoula City, Montana. Missoula City, Montana, Feb., 1573. Dear Silt: —Enclosed find 52G.50 fo...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Patrick Donah go’s STANDARD PUBLICATIONS Mr. Donahoe desires to state that the Are has caused no interruption to bis business. The stereotype plates of almost all his publications were destroyed in the Great Conflagration. IVetr and improved editions of all his popular publications are in active preparation, and will appear immediately. The following are now ready Choice and Elegant Catholic Prayer Books. Mr. Donahoe’s Prayer Books are all printed from CLEAR, NE\V TYPE, on good paper, and hound in the most superior manner. Great care lias 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 anv in the market. NOW READY. HEAVEN. 32m0. Revised ami improved, forming one of tiie best prayer booksiu the language. No. 1, C’oth .! 2, Arabesque, embossed ~ ?» “ “ gilt edge ,i J’ ' " “andclasp >• o’ * r&amp...

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HOMELESS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

HOMELESS. BY ADELAIDE PROCTOR. It is cold. dark midnight. y«{ lteipni - To that patter of .tiny, i'eetl'. Is it one of \ our dtvgsv fair-lady ,- - • - - ■ Who whiiiekln fliCliJt4k;col(iStrSt(? - Is it one of your silken.£p;uiicls Shut out hi the-snow and thi- sleet? My dogs sleep whrjii in their baskets. Safe front the darkhoss'aiid snow; All the beasts in our Christian England Find pity wherever they go—(Those are only the homeless children Who are wandering to and fro). Look out In the gusty darkness,— I have sei n it again and again. That shadow that hits so slowly Up and down past the window pane: It is surely some criminal lurking Out there in the frozen rain? Nav, our criminals are all sheltered. Tiiev are pitied and taught and leu: That is only a sister-woman Who has got neither food nor bed , Ana the Sight cries, “ Sin to be living,' And the kiver cries, “ ,im to be dead.' Look out at that farthest corner Where the wall stands blank and bare:— Can that be a pack which a Pedl...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Uuconsldered Trifles.” Almanacs were first published in IK’O. Too much company is worse than none. As you give yourself, so the world takes you. Dress plainly; the thinnest soap-bubbles wear the gaudiest colors. Vanity is a strong drink that makes ail the virtues stagger. Some men of means are sometimes the meanest of men. Voltaire defines the happy man as the one who thinks himself so. Dead bats from the caves are used as a fertilizer in Kentucky. Men blame themselves only for the purpose of being praised.— llochefoumv.lt. In making our arrangements to live we should not iorget that we have to die. Party i3 the madness of many for the gain of many.— Pope. A haystack a quarter of a mile long is the pride of Wachita, Kansas. The best sense, particularly for people who haven’t a remarkable stock of brains, is reticence. He only is truly independent in tbe world who can maintain himself by his individual exertions. Let your tongue keep silent in judgment...

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THE PILOT FOE 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

THE PILOT FOE 1873. Before the great lire, we had completed ‘arrangements to make The Pilot for 1873 the host 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 present. 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 at the splendid style of the chromo. The chromo-printers were burnt out by the great lire; but they had, on the day previous, sent Tin; Pilot Chromo to the residence...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

M. H. KEENAN, CARD & JOB PRBSTTJEIi, Wo. 13 School Street, Times Building. dec2l :ti

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

GAS FITTERS. DANIEL LEE, Wrought and Cast-Iron Pipe, Steam and Gas Fittings, Brass and Iron I olves, Coelta, Etc.. Steam Hollers, Portable Engines, Steam Pumps and Steam Heating Apparatus, 58 Friend Street, Boston. Special attention given to tlis fitting up of Build- I tngs with Steam and Gas Pipe, and the connecting of Steam Boilers. Churches, Halls, and other public bnildlngs, heated by steam in the most approved manner. lam permitted to refer to Patrich Donahoe, esq., whose building on Franklin street was heated with steam by me; also, to the Continental, Adams, Bay State, and Eagle j Sugar Refineries ian2:tf GROCERIES &c. 134 street, DEALERS IX First Glass Family Groceries, FOREIGN A7,'D DOMESTIC WIJiES, SPIRITS, &c. Goods securely packed lor transportation to any part ot the country. Orders by mail or express promptly attended to. JOHN LYONS, wholesale and retail dealer in West India Goods, Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Porter an...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

SAVUNTG-S BANKS. Mercantile Savings Institution, XTEW BANK nni;I>IAG, NO. ssr 'Washington street, Boston. This is the only Savings Bank in the State that pays interest on deposit lor each and every full calendar month they remain in bank. The Institution has a guarantee fund of $2115,000 lor the express protection of depositors. jan2o:l3t:7 MIGRANT SAYINGS BANK No. 52 Temple Place. (Near the Provident lnstituiK n for savings. > The Bank is open daily from 9 o'clock a. mto 3 o'clock p. m. Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 o'clock. References —The Kt. Rev. the Bishop of the Diocese oi Boston, and the Right Rev. the Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield, and the Clergy of New England. Rate of Interest - Six per cent p -r annum. PATRICK DONA HOE, President. Tiiomas J. Gakgan, Treasurer. dec7 UNION INSTITUTION FOR SAVINGS, 37. BEDFORD STREET. 37. • PAYS Six Per Cent. Interest, ritER OF A¥.l> TAXES 1 CAPITAL INVESTED. $ 3,500,000, Undisturbed Deposits in this B...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

WINES,LIQUORS, &c JOHN MILLER & 00., IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Lipors, AGENTS FOE THE BOSTON BE EE CO., STOCK ALE A>:n POSTER, XNX AND XX ALES. 189, 298 & 300 Hanover St., BOSTON. John miller. henry j. slavin'. janll:tf mn nagle, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, 333 ITederal SBreet. The subscriber invites the attention ol the trade, and the public generally, to his complete assortment of Gins, Brandies, Wines, Irish, Scotch, Bourhon, and Rye Wliiskies. —ALSO— Dublin, London, Scotch Porters and Ales. Goods sold at the lowest cash prices. Mail oi express orders will receive prompt attention. JOIIIV A’AGIiE, aug!3 233 Federal street. Boston I. V. E. For the cure ol Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Los3 of Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Vegetable Bitters, The best tonic and diureclic now in use. Price, $3 per gallon, with a liberal discount to the trade. For sale by the Proprietor and Manufacturer, SAMUEL W. CLIFFORD, 91 and 98 Co...

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