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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

COUNSELLORS. THOMAS F. MAGUIRE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Xo. 13 Court Square, jan2:tf Boston. JOSEPH 1». FAILOX, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. CHAS, F. DOJWELLY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf Boston. JOHN C. CKOTVLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-I.AW, Office No. 5 Niles Klocß, Court Square and School street, Boston. Jau2:tf E. IS. O’COMOR, ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 33 Scliool street (Niles Block—Office 23.) Jani:ly THOMAS RILEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Boston, Mass. J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. -I? Court st! (Room 8), Jan2:tf Boston. P. A. COLLINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 40 Washington street (Room 10), Boston, (Five doors north of State street.) PATRICK J. FLATLET, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, !5 Court square, Boston. Je22:ly:7th PATRICK OBEIRNE, ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 195 Broadway, cor. of Dey, nnJ No. 2 Dey street, Near the Astor House , NE W YORK. References— Eugene Kelly &...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Gr PASSENGERS Brought from and Sent Home to Ireland, in all the Arriving at Boston and Aevv York, and A.T THE XjO"WTGST BATES ! PATRICK DONA HOE, Boston, Mass., desires to make known to bis countrymen that lie is uow prepared to bring out passengers from Ireland, send home money, etc., cle. For tlie purpose of entire protection a fund is constantly kept on deposit in the Provincial Bank oi Ireland, against which MR. DONAHOE issues drafts, payable at sight, for JBI and upwards, on tbe Bank, and all its branches, and has hereby, for the last twenty-live years, afforded a mode of remittance perfectly sate and unquestionable. The principal objects of MR. DON AHOE are:— Ist. By the sale of his Bills on the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and by keeping ample funds there to meet tlie same, to furnish to the Irish people in tliis country a safe remittance to their friends in Ireland. 2d. To receive moneys from persons and to purchase for them passage tickets by steamer, and to transmit tbe sam...

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TERRIBLE DISASTER! Steamship Atlantic, of the White Star Line, Wrecked Off Prospect, N. S. OVER SEVEN HUNDRED LIVES LOST. Every Woman and Child on Board Perish. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

TERRIBLE DISASTER! Steamship Atlantic, of the White Star Line, Wrecked Off Prospect, N. S. OVER SEVEN HUNDRED LIVES LOST. Every Woman and Child on Board Perish. Halifax, N. S., April 1. —This afternoon a report being current that a steamer had been wrecked on the coast, and several lives lost, was first regarded as an “ April fool.”bnt thiseveningtlieCunardsreceived news that it was all true, and that only a little of the truth had been told, the fact being that the White Star Line steamer i Atlantic, Capt. Williams, from Liverpool ; for New York, coming into Halifax for coni, struck on Meagher’s Lock, near | Prospect, twenty-two miles west of Haii- j fax, and became a total wreck. Of about j 1000 souls on board, upwards ok seven j HUNDRED WERE DROWNED. Nor A SINGLE WOMAN OR CHILD WAS SAVED! Most of them, I as well as hundreds of the men, were j drowned in their berths. THE NUMBER OF PASSENGERS. The Atlantic, Captain Williams, left Liverpool March iO, with a large cargo and 000 pass...

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OUR NEW YORE LETTER, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

OUR NEW YORE LETTER, Sew York, April 1,1873. Tlie Genius of Folly Who presides over this date in the calendar, would not allow me to set about ray letter this lovely Spring morning', without first paying me a visit. She found me while I was brushing my wig. The readers of Thi: Pilot will understand that no member of the fair sex has ever yet seen me engaged in that operation. The lady came by a representative, in the shape of a small, curly-lieaded hoy, belonging to the landlady, on whom I have repeatedly lavished kindness to the extent of five cents at a time. There was an unwonted look of severity on his chubby face as he told me a gentleman had been to see me and waited and had gone away. ‘ ‘ Why didn’t you show him up? ” I asked. “ Mother thought that you wouldn’t like to see anybody till that was fixed on.” (The youngtser here indicated my wig with his chubby linger). A blaze of defiance kindled in my wounded feelings; hut I thought that although the hoy was Impertinent, the re...

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Prices of Frames for Father Burke’s Chromo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Prices of Frames for Father Burke’s Chromo. D* inch Black Walnut, with 1 Inch Gilt Strip inside $3 00 2 inch Black Walnut, with % Inch Gilt Strip inside 3 75 inch Black Walnut, with *£ inch Gilt Strip inside..., 4 50 2% inch Plain Gilt Frame 4 00 2 inch Ornamental Gilt Frame 575 2 H “ “ “ 600 Price ol the Chromo to non-subscribers 2 50 All of the above are of the neatest patterns of mouldings, and show the Chromo to the best advantage. tf Tiie price of our Chromo of Father Burke to those who do not take The Pilot is $2.50. To those who take The Pilot it is given gratis, by paying postage—2o cents.

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

WANTS of this description inserted three times for One Dollar. AIVJTKD—Agents throughout the United ’ v States for the sale of the Kcv. Xavier Donald McLeod's “ Great History of the Devotion to tlie B. V. Mary in North America.” For testilarticulars address Virtue and YorInformation is wanted of FRANCIS DONNELLY, wiio left Kingston, Jamaica, in March. 1813• when last heard from was in Wisconsin. Somethin.? to his advantage will he communicated by addressing Mr, Donahoe, Editor of Tiif. Pilot - moil, it, uty HU gy Bireet, New York. apl2:4t PERSONAL Boston, Mas; ap!2

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

GWECNTIIrKMICIsr J BURNISHING their own clotli. I will cut, make, . and trim, in a superior manner, at the following prices Ou hand a stock of the most fashionable and desirable goods in the market, which will be made up at fiiir and reasonable prices; Military and Hand Uniforms, as above. Sole proprietor of the G. A. It, Monogram Buttons, large and small. JOHN B. FARRELL, over Boylston Market, Business Coats. Dress Coats Overcoats Pants and Vest, SlO to $ll . 18 to 18 . 16 to 22 . 3 50 each febls:tf

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

Business .Record. Suite's Specialty for Dyspepsia is the only prompt , efficient , and cafe master of such symptoms as loss of appetite. It artburu, palpitation of the heart, dizziness, sleeplessness, melancholy, constipation, wind, mental and physical debility, as well as many others which, if neglected, will soon place “ the house we live in'’ beyond the reach of any remedy. 11. G. White, proprietor, 1W Washington street, Boston. $1 per bottle. febis:l2t From the New' ‘ Dominion At, this season, when coughs and colds are so prevalent, an effectual remedy, and one easily obtained, is Perry Davis’ Vegetable “PainKiller." It Is no new nostrum, vended by unknown agents, but lias stood tbe test of over twenty years: and those who use the article, internally or externally, will connect with It grateful recollections of its worlhy inventor.— | Hastings' Chronicle , C. IF. Pain-Killer.—The testimonials borne, to the efficacy of this valuable medicine are sufficient to warrant its introduc...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

PARENTS ! GUARDIANS ! BOYS ! BEAE Df MINI)! PHILIPPS, ! SHUMAN & co„ Wholesale Boys' Clothiers, Before the Fire at 5S Summer Street, j Continue the Great Sale, Wholesale and Retail, ol i their large WHOLESALE STOCK Children’s, Boys’ and Youths’ I CLOTHING, iN LATEST STYLES, —AT—--234 WASHINGTON ST., (Formerly Occupied by Kcmpton, StcpUenscii &. Cos.) We are manufacturers. We buy in large qr.antics, for cash, and can. therefore, sell at low prices. We ARE IDE FIRST TO INAUGURATE WHOLESALE TRICES 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 SEWED, OF FIRST RATE MATERIAL, All sales at Retail for prompt cash! Money refunded for all goods returned uninjured. t STRICTLY ONE PRICE! PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & CO., 334 WASHINGTON STREET. 334. m1i22:4t:8 ALL WANTING FARMS. FOR SALE—to Farmers. Gardeners, and Farm Laborers from tlie Old ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

To and From California. PACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP CO.’S THROUGH .MAIL LINE TO California, Japan, and China, Aspinwall,Panama, the Pacific Coast of Mexico, Central America, Peru, and Chili. Leaving New York on tiie lOtJa, 20th, and 30tli of each month (the day previous when these dates fail on I Sunday). April 19, S. S. OCEAN QUEEN. Foil ASPINWALL, Connecting at Panama with the MONTANA. Touching at Acapulco, Manzanilo and Mazatlan. , Tickets, with Mateiooms, tor Steamers leaving I San Francisco on the Ist ot ever, mouth for i JAPAN and CHINA are also issued, j Passage Tickets to brim; parties from California fiirnislietl at Lowest Kates. For Passage Ticket s’'or further information, apply at the Company’s Ticket Office on the i Wharf, to F. R. BABY, Agent, or to Agents for | New England, C. L. BARTLETT & CO., fetv>:tf 16 Broad Street. Boston. 10,000 YARDS French mi < K B a i N FORMER PRICE HALF A DOLLAR, NOW SELLING —AT—-TWENTY-FIVE CENTS SHEPARD, If OR...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. NATIONAL LDsE. TO AND FROM Liverpool, Queenstown, Londonderry, Glasgow, $2B. From Liver pool, Queenstown, London” ilerry, Glasgow, through to Uastoi;, $32. DRIFTS AT LOWEST KATES. | For freight or passage, apply at the offices of tht ! Company, No. C 9 Broadway, New York, to F. W. ! "• HUBST, Manager: and for Cahill, Steerage, 1 repaid, and Outward Tickets. to the Agents lo: i New England: WARREN & CO., f2s:tf 136 State street, Boston. To my Old Country Friends. I have good reason to suppose it to be generally understood that I retired from the passenger business when the firm of Lawrence and Evan was dissolved. I have, therefore, taken this method of informing my friends and others that such is not the ease. lam now. and have been since the Ist of January, 1872, in the employ of the < unard Company as Manager of their Steerage Office, 99 State street, where I shall be happvto receive all who wish io buy tickets or drafts through ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 12 April 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. INMAN LINE —OF—MAIL STEAMSHIPS, TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL, CALLING AT QUEENSTOWN. CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, Aprt! CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday, Aorfl 10 CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, April 12 CITY OF WASHINGTON ....Thursday, April 17 RATES OF PASSAGE FROM POSTON. CABIN— S'BS ami §lOO Gold, {according U> accommodation. OUTWARD STEERAGE PASSAGE—To London, Liverpool. Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, Cardiff, or Londonderry— S3O CURRENCY. Children under 12 years—Hall Fare, •• •• 12 months—Free. PREPAID STEERAGE PASSAGE from any of the above points to Boston or New York—s 32 currency. Children unde 12 years —Hall Fare. “ “ 12 months—s3. The plan of construction adopted on the steamers ot the INMAN LINE, together with the arrangements for securing the comforts of steerage passengers, are acknowledged to be superior to any other. Sight Drafts of £1 and upwards at lowest rates. For Cabin and Steerage Passage,Plans and Information, apply at the Company’s Office, 1...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim’st at be thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1873. No. 16.

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The Loss of the Emigrants. The Atlantic, Wrecked April 1st, 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

The Loss of the Emigrants. The Atlantic, Wrecked April 1st, 1873. BY JOHN HOYLE O’REILLY. Wlltti-n for Tlie Pilot. For months and years, with penury and want And heartsore envy did they dare to cope; And mite by mite was saved from earnings scant, To buy, some future day, the God-sent hope. They trod the crowded streets of hoary towns, Or tilled from year to year the wearied fields, And in the shadow of the golden crowns They gasped for sunshine and the health it yields. They turned from homes all cheerless, child and man, With kindly feelings only for the soil, And for the kindred laces,’pinched and wan, That prayed, and stayed, unwilling, at their toil. They lifted up their face- to the Lord, And read His answer in the westering sun That called them ever as a shining word, And beckoned seaward as the rivers run. They looked their last, wet-eyed, on Swedish hills. On German villages and English dales; Like brooks that grow from many mountain rills The peasant-stream flowed out from...

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LOSS OF THE ATLANTIC. NAMES OF THE LOST AND SAVED. 560 LOST OUT OF 978. AWFUL SCENES! NOT A WOMAN SAVED. COMPLETE ACCOUNT. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

LOSS OF THE ATLANTIC. NAMES OF THE LOST AND SAVED. 560 LOST OUT OF 978. AWFUL SCENES! NOT A WOMAN SAVED. COMPLETE ACCOUNT. The heart of the community was thrilled with horror and pity when the news came of the wreck of the Atlantic, on April 1, with nearly 1000 souls on board. Last week we published the tirst incomplete reports of the disaster, and to-day we present our readers with as full an account as it was possible to prepare. Latest details of the wreck subtract nothing from the original tale Of horror, except that the loss of life is not so great as at lirst reported. The main features of the calamity remain unsoftened; the sufferings of those exposed to the pitiless pelting of the storm must have been terrible; and the story of the survivors is touching in the extreme. But the most trustworthy account reduce the number of people on board to nine hundred and seventy-eight, of those five hundred and sixty were lost. We have the narratives of the captain and chief officer, from...

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SCENE OF THE DISASTER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

SCENE OF THE DISASTER. The Atlantic Coast in the Vicinity of Halifax Harbor, Showing Mars Head and Meagher’s Hock. Prospect Point, as the extreme end of a long peninsula which forms tlio western boundary of Ponnant Bay, is twenty-two miles to the west-northwest of Sambro Light. Mars Head is a huge mass of rock, which rises seventy feet above high water, just outside of the mainland. The waters in the vicinity are thickly studded with rooky shoals and islands. Meagher’s Rock, on which the Atlantic was wrecked, is one of those treacherous rocks lying olf to the southwest.

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Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Our Paris Letter. „ Paris, March 21, 1873. France to be Free I The French, and especially the population ol Paris, are in a state of joyful excitement caused by the Treaty concluded between France and Prussia for the evacuation of the French territory. No sooner had the news spread that the French colors would three months hence tly all over the country and from every fortress (with the exception of that of Verdun), than the first happy thrill felt for many months ran through this thrifty, soil-loving nation. It is difficult for foreigners to realize what great feats of self-denial have been practised in private, as well as in public life, for the result obtained; what pinching, what patience have been resorted to, in a country which is more industrious than rich. These virtues must not be overlooked when all our praise will be given to the very admirable financial exertions which, though judicious, could not have brought about this consummation without the co-ope-ration of public t...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

THE PILOT IS rd LISHED BY PATRICK DONAHOE, 360 WASHINGTON SrRF.F.T, BOSTON. MASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ART? TO RE ADDRESSED. conditions. in all oases in advance. Dell.ercd by Carriers In Boston S& OO “ 44 six months 150 “ “ four months 1 OO JS'njrle Subscribers, by Mail, one year 2 50 j 44 “ • 4 six months.... A '*•> I *• 44 44 three months. 05 . Clubs of three, or more, by Mall, one year 0 OO • « “ “ “ six months 1 OO ! 44 44 14 44 three 4 * '">o | To Ireland ( U. 3. postage prepaid) ® Boston lVliolesnle Dealers: NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO. , Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 W ashington street. EEE. McCAKY. No. 3 Thatcher court. No. End.

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