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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

TO OUR PA' I Our numerous friends will pie; i almost all the stereotype plates books, and all the printed stock ; were destroyed In the lire. W | queues, furnish scarcely any of tions (except Morocco and Vel ' Books) at present. We have 01 I good supply of all the books of t 1 Catholic publishers, for any of i happy to receive orders. We ing new plates of all our popi | lng Prayer Books, Story Books i itc., of which due announcem : The Pilot as they are issued, j will be brought out in the most i and subject to a careful revision tlon of Mr. Douaboe to make hi class In every respect. New Editions of the followin A Most Popular Sclioo : Which is being generally introdi olic Academies and £ THE CATECHISM OF VKBAjVtE . An Historic I Moral, and Liturgical Expos! tholie Religion. Translated ft of Abbe Gauine, by Kev. F. Fiftieth edition, revised t 18mo, 41.1 pages, leather backs Cloth sides Mr. Donahoe has become th truly valuable work. Foradvai I classes, Schools, and Academie all other...

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THE OCEAN. BY LORD BYRON. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

THE OCEAN. BY LORD BYRON. Oh! that the D> serf were my dwelling place. With one fair Splilt lor my minister. That I might all forget the human race. And, hating no one. lovebut only her! Ve Elemental—ln whose ennobling stir I feel myself exalted—can ye uot Accord rue such a being? l)o I err In deeming such inhabit many a spot? [lot. Though with them to converse cau rarely be our There Is pleasure In the pathless woods. There Is rapture on the ionely shore. There Is society wh re none Intrudes. By the deep sea, and music In its roar: 1 love not Man the less, but Nature more. From these our interviews, lu winch 1 steal, From ;dl 1 may be, or have been before. To mingle with the Universe, and fo■! What I can ne’er express, yet cannot all conceal. 1101 l on. thou deep and dark bine ocean—roll! Tt n thousand fleets sweep over thee in vain; Man marks the earth with ruin—llls control Stops with the shore; upou the watery plain The wrecks arc all thy deed, utv doth remain A shado...

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THE GATHERER. “A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

THE GATHERER. “A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." Bored of education—The truant. Whaling grounds—Schoolhouses. A LARGE family—All of us! Praise tlie man whose bread you eat. Pain is forgotten where gain follows. Duties are ours, events aro God’s.— Cecil. Nothing is so hard but search will find it out .—Herrick. The first free lover we have enny akount ov, was the devil. Time is almost the only thing of which it is a virtue to be covetous. The husbandman sows wheat, and the housewife sews tares. Put not a naked sword in a mad man’s hand. Truth is violated by falsehood, and it may be equally outraged by silence. Can a lamp be said to be in a bad temper when it is put out? No man ever did a designed Injury to another without doing a greater to himselt . Great is bankruptcy, says Carlyle: it brings an end to all shams under the sun. The air to hum on passing a laundry where the gills are at work—Wring out, wild belles!” Clouds are the veil behind which the face of the day coquettish...

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Neatness. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Neatness. In its essence, and purely lor its own sake, ncntni es is found in’few. Many a man is neat lor appearance sake; there is an instinctive feeling that theie is power in it. When a man consults a physician or a lawyer for the first time, or conies to rent a house or borrow money, he will come in his best dress; a lady will call in her carriage. A man who means business and honesty comes as he is just as you will find him in his store, his shop, his counting-house. The most accomplished gamblers dress well; the most enterprising swindlers are laultlessly clothed, but countless multitudes are but white-washed sepulchres. Too mi ny “don’t care so long as it will not he seen.” Washington Allaton the great artist, the accomplished gentleman, suddenly left his friend standing nttbc door of a splendid boston mansion ns they were s bout entering for a party, because lie had just remembered that be had otiolein hisvtocking. It could not he seen or,known, hit the very knowledge of its ...

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Help for Old Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Help for Old Ireland. The Convent of the Holy Cross, Keuiuare, County Kerry, Ireland, the home of Sislw Mary Frauds Clare, who has spent years lolling 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 Foor, of the poorest part' of the Old i Country. It Is to help t-o feed Hungry Irish Chil- I dn n. To Clothe end Shelter Homeless Irish Children. Those who know, from tlielr own experience, [ what the poor suffer in Ireland, will not refuse all j the assistance they can give; those who do uot know may believe mywords.no help can be had here from Fairs or Lotteries; the place Is 100 remote and the people are too poor; we depend upon the well-known geuciosity of the Irish lu America; It has never failed; it will not fall now. The names of all who give donations, with the amount given, will be published in The (Boston) Pilot, and other papers. The sums collected are to be ...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

ELEGANT PARI PRAYER B( The Most Superb C America, Mr. Donaiioe desires to in that his stock of flue bound Pra destroyed by the great lire. O tine Velvet, Ivory, aud Tortoise just arrived from Franca. Th were sent to our Agent in . summer, and have been bound, personal supervision. In the in possible. Each bock contain colored steel engravings , all splei For variety of style and excelloi assortment cannot be surpassed, Our stock of American Fine very complete, and contains a v choice styles. The following comprise our Inga:— St. Joseph's Ua Plain aud Colored F.ni French Hindi: Velvet clasp aud corners “ rims and clasp... “ “ and medall " full mountings. “ “ “ and medidl Also an assortment in Velvet Ornaments, Ivory, Tortoise Mache, etc., at prices ranging American ltint Turkey, super extra.,. “ “ 4-1 and clasp. “ pure flexible... “ bevelled antique “ “ ■** aud cl “ London antique Full English calf, red or gilt cdt “ ** “ ** ribbon i Turkey, antique octagon rims... Lamp of the S Plai...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

BELL EOTJIS HDD MG in Fine toned, low priced. warran free. KLYMI EH MANUFA (Successors to Blymyor, Non einnatl, Ohio. Office aud W'orks,(>64-694 Wei MENEELY’S Tlie genuine Troy Clrnrc 1» the public since 1820, which hav tation unequalled by any and a s of all others;—lncluding more th and peals. One thousand test during the last six years. Even copper and tin and formally wav tent Hotary Fixtures. Catulogu. eles. P. 0. Address, either Troy, E. A. & G. E. M! dl6:tl (tAS fitt DANIEL ] Wrowglit ivud Cast-Iron Steam ami Gr.s Kit tin Urnss and Iron 1 alv Steam Boilers, Portable Steam Pumps and Steam I'tatim E»S Friend Street Special attention given to the tngs with Steam and Gas Pipe, of Steam Boilers. Churches, public buildings, heated by stes proved manner. lam neruiitt rick Douahoe, esq., whose bi Un street was heated with stec the Continental, Adams, Bay Sugar Refineries CHINA AND CROCKERY', C Lists. GUY & BROTHERS, Stiiekt, Boston. MARCY’S Soi( NVi...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

MUSIC <D a o M m 6 O % and o CQ •t—< Q fc S .s * sslsi o o ?s ■S<: 1 e 'Safi! 6 S 3*5 ? ■it ? u |,S 3iS£E 5 i«5»3 R~ | & ili ijiii t S v 5,., ‘"' , i » § HHia *ll.-4 I? 3> *- C MUSICAL Tl Vocal a WREATH OI Vocal. SILVER CH( Vocal. GEMS OP SA Vocal. GEMS OF Si Vocal. GEMS OF G 5 Vocal. OPERATIC 1 Vocal. SHOWER OI Vocal. ORGAN AT 1 FOII RE] lustrum GEMS OF ST Instrum HOME CIRC Instrum HOME CIRC Instrum PIANISTS A lustrum PIANO-FOE Instrum Sent, post-pa DITNON & c. 11. nr 711 The Place to P MUSICAL INSTI Of nearly all varieti Corneta, A.ltos, Baril es, Contrabasses, * Cornets; < Brass or German Silver; Pli Valves; DRUMS, CYMBALS. FLUT FIFES. FLAGEOLETS. C FRENCH AND GLUM A DEONS. VIOLINS GUITARS. VI LONCELLOS DOUBLE B ASSES .CON CERTF HARMONICAS, BANJOS, M VIOLIN AND GUITAR S r all Musical Mercbandii well known store John C. Haynes 33 Court St. (opposite Court colleg: GOLLEBE OF THE Hi Worcester. Tin Tills C...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

FRINGES, COR I BF SHAJ CROSS] EAGLES, SASHES, RO SETTERS, BATONS, CHAPEAUX. CAPS, SWORDS, BOSTON, MAS Please mention tills paper, ant wanted, when you ville for prie BANNS] VO It I SOCIETIES, sen ! Mr. DONAHOE is prepared 1 from Societies and Schools fo Flaps, for Processions. Tlie signs will be executed according of the parlies ordering, and In t ncr. Orders respectfully solicit furnished. Address PATRICK I>OX SCO Washington st.. 'I’ICSTrMOINri Ayer, Mas Patrick Donahoe, esq., Boston, Dear Sir, —The Banner fui our Division No. 7, Ancient Orel came duly to hand. The Bam nlticent paintings and various indeed beyond our expectations, all. For beauty of workmans! etc., we think it cannot be exc yours, Bt. Mary’s Cnußcn, Wmosoi Dear Mr. Donahoe —Tliel got up for me for our Sunday-sc satisfaction. Ton have been fai tract, for which I am much obli will live to see yourself supply many such Banners as you have I remain, respectfully y Rev. Gallitzin. P Patrick Donahoe, esq., Bos...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

INSXJRAN r». «T. COMP! nsi'KAXCE AG At 15 Congress Street Established 1851. MEDICIN BISHOP SO Ml Is a positive cure for Sciatica, 1 ralgla, Spinal Complaint. Contr Back, Sprains, etc. K lias cun by physicians as hopeless, and TAIN CURE FOR SCIATICA. 1 you. Always procure large cases. Barge botth s, $1 .50. su Sold hy all druggists. F. T ,V. proprietors, Boston, Mass. *• household Cash Book/’ Cyano-Pancr A Sure Cure for Dyspe ease of llie Ci Tills Medicament, componnct “ Piiarmaclennes ” of the Gene Nunnery),contains no ingredier way harm the system. The following certificate Is fi of Montreal, which is subscribed eminent physicians:— “ Asa compound, It Is entitle! the most beneficial of all special pally In the following cases:—lst rangeinout of the digestive facu ducea astonishing effects throu the disease, provided there he n which case the Medicament can < porary relief. Its curative proj already tested in a great nunt! mentioned cases, leaves not tin its efficacy. 2d....

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

ARCHITECTS m. w. fitzsimmors AKCHITECT, •» Temple Place, Boston. References : Snell ,&Gregorsoo. Patrick Donahoe, John C. Crowley, Charles F. Donnelly, Thos Gargan. Johu W. McDonald iukhlv P. W. FORD, Architect. Plans and specifications prepared for all kinds of buildings, and special attention given to Church work. REFERENCES: Right Bov. P. T. O'Reilly, Springfield. Rev. J. J. Power, Worcester. Rev. Thomas Griffin, Worcester. E. Boyden & Son, Worcester. Office—with SULLIVAN A MACDONALD, No. 3 School street. Boston. Mass. lel:lf:7th ALTAR WINES. ALTAR WINES. I hereby wish to Inform the Rev. Clergy that I I am Importing pure Altar Wine, to which fact I can show all necessary guarantee and certificate ’ from the Rev. Bishop of Cologne. My Wine can ! be had in any quantity, and all orders promptly i attended to; also, constantly on hand, different ! kinds of self-imported Rhino Wines, at ANTON I BENZ’S CENTRAL WINE DEPOT. No. 157 ; Shawmut avenue, uear Chapman s...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. SECOND EDITION. ROME. n>nlili of tl»e l’ope. Rome, Aprils.—Tho Pope suffered con - siderably yesterday. He is better to-day, but is still coniined to bis bed. IRELAND. Bfspcratc ltiot—TwoFishermen Killed London, Aprii 9.—There whs n conflict this morning in Kinsale, Ireland, between the fishermen, who are on a strike, find the police. Two strikers were killed and several injured. At last accounts the fishermen were again assuming a threatening attitude, and a renewal of the disorder is loured. ENGLAND. Tlie Irisli Members Insulted, London, April 3.—ln the House of Commons to-night. Mr. Munster, member for Mallow, rising to a question of privilege, had read by the clerk an extract from the Pi’ll M,M Gazette, reflecting on the conduct of the Irish members in regard to the Dublin University bill. Mr. Munster particularly complained of the v> <>rds, “ The. bill cut the ground from under their Fenian agitation" and thei...

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Lecture by Wendell Phillips. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Lecture by Wendell Phillips. Wendell Phillips will deliver a lecture, ( reviewingail the statements made recently in this country by Mr. Fronde, ou Sun- j day evening, tlic 27th ot April, in the! Boston Theatre, for the benefit of the ! Home for Destitute Children. We need say i no words of praise tor the great orator. | Our people all know the man who was the first American to stand up for an insulted people, and fling back the insult with eloquence and dignity. There should not be one spare seat in the Boston Theatre on the night of Wendell Phillips' lecture. New Temperance Banner.—We are happy to inform the. Temperance Societies that the Banner ordered by the Sisters of Charity lor their Fair, has arrived safely. It was made in Franco, and is to be*voted for by the various temperance organizations in New England. It will bo quite au unique feature, calculated to excite a great degree of interest among the temperance societies. It will bo exhibited during tire Fair in Music Hall. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

Business Be Wmta’s Sfk(!lu,ty for Dyi prompt, efficient, and safe mas toms as loss o{ appetite. li artbi the heart, dizziness, sleepless) constipation, wind, mental and as well as many others which, soon place k> the house \vk li resell of any remedy. 11. G. NY 107 Washington street,Boston. CATHOLIC ACfl 21 East Springfk Summer term commences on' School hours from 0, a. m., to : For further information, app CHARLES . ap!9 C^J^N'X'IzJUjVJ I7IUKNISIILN’(t their own clot . and trim. in a superior tr lowing prices:— Business < 'oats Dress l 'oats Overcoats I’ants and Vest On hand a stock of the most 1 slrable goods in the market, w op at fair and reasonable prl Band Uniforms, as above. Soh O. A. It. Monogram Buttons. 1; JOHN It. FARRELL, over E

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

THE CATHOLIC PI SOCIETY’S CO NEW BC JUST PtTBL] “ A wonderful book." —£< M V CIiKBICAIi PBIEiVn Relations to Modern Thought Chap. I.—The Vocation of II —The Clorrv at Home. Clergy Ahioad. IV—The .Modern Thought. 1 vol. ,12mo By the same auth CHURCH DEFENCE. Rep fcrenoe on the Present Dar Church. Bv the author of “ Friends.”, Members of tlie Canon Llahtwood, Archdeacoi Rev. Cyril Hooker—Uitualists Professor of Chaldee, the Bi Chester, Rev. Prebendary ; Churchmen. The Bishop e Archdeacon Boftly. Rev. Sila ton— l.ow Churchmen. Deal Rev. Prebendai y Creedless —B men. Rev. Mark Weasel—A attached, lvol.. 18mo., clotl BIBKIOGRAPHIA CA' Americana. A List of Arneil Books published up to the ye Rev. and. M. Fiuotti. 1 vol., 8 FOIUIBV’S ILtrSTIIA’I tories. Uuabridged -dltions. I. The Bible History. Cc illustrations and 6 nu 11. The Life of Christ. Cc illustrations. 180 pp 111. The History of the Clinic ing 200’illustrations. The above beautiful books ci sets, put up in boxes, suitab...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

From the New “ Dominion.” At this season, when coughs and colds are so prevalent, an effectual remedy, and one easily obtained, is Petiry Davis’ vegetable '’Painkiller.” It is no new nostrum, vended by unknown agents, but lias stood the test of ’over twenty years: and those who use the article, internally or externally, will connect with it grateful recollections ot its woriln inventor.— liastinas' Chronicle, C. 11'. Pain-Kili.er.—The testimonials borne to the efficacy of this valuable medicine are sufficient to warrant its introduction in every house. Our own opinion is that no family should be witlwut a bottle of It for a single hour. In flesh wounds, aches, pains, sores, etc., it is the most effectual remedy we know of. A bottle will last for a very long time, and its low-price places it within the reach of all. — St. John News. Wc are glad to learn that the “ Pain-KUlcr” is having so large a sale in our city. We have every reason to believe It to be an qjmost never falling cure ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

BOSTON MUSK Grand Sacred EASTER SUNDAY April 13, 1 —BY TUB— Boston Catholic Clio —ASSISTED BY MADAM EUDEESDOEj The Famous London ME. WM. J. WIN Boston’s Grcnte ME. JOHN I The Fni AND THE RENT BEETHOVEN QUINTE —CONSISTIA'Ii o: Messrs. AJlen, Hein M/ullally, and The Chorus will sing the ‘ ‘ CE nod's “ Mass SollcmneUe.'’ “ T ONCE THROUGH TARA’S H. FLA.MAT AS," from Rossini's and Gounod's arrangements ol OUR ANCESTORS.' 5 and the MEN OF HARLECH" and LAUDAMUS.” Madam Erminin Ui WIU Sing—- “ Bow Down Thin By Mr. William J. ’ Will Sing—- “ If With All Your Fit Mr. John F. W Will Slug—“lt Is Enoug Fn Madam ltndersdorf and J. Winch Will Sing the Duo—- “ Wherefore is Thy Soul Mr. Win. J. 'Winch anil Jl Will Sing— The Duo from “ Closes And the Beethoven U Will Perform—- “ Shezniando and From " QUINTETTE IN B Mendelssohn Bluemeuleid And “ Allegro A From ‘ ‘ QUARTETTE IN Conductor, - - - - Air. G Organist, - - - - Mr. 51 Pianist, ----- Mr. J Admission, - - - Reserved Seats, - - Doors open at 7, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 19 April 1873

LEGAL NOT : NOTICE IS HEREBY i ! subscribers have been duly tors of the last Will of JOHAN> i Boston, In the county-of Suffo , have taken upon themselves tin bonds as the law directs. All v mauds upon the estate of sale I qulred to exhibit the same; and a] to said estate are called upon to CHARLES 1 ROBERT VC j Boston , March 31,187-S. VOTin; IS HEREBY i subscriber has been duly i toroi the Will of .TAMES BURS in the County of Suffolk, decease upon himself that trust by civ in; directs. All persons having dt ! estate of said deceased are r< I the same; and all personsinde I are called upon to make pavnu n JAMES LAWRENCE Boston, March 27. 1873. N otice is hereby t subscriber has been duly istratrix, with the Will annexe of THOMAS LACY, late of Bos of Suffolk, deceased, and has t; that trust by giving bonds, as tli I persons having demands upon ; deceased are required to exl'.ibi persons indebted to -:dd estate i I make payment to BRIDGET i Boston , if arch 24,18...

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