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Literary Items. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Literary Items. Messrs. Fruair, Smith & Cos., of Syracuse, N. Y.,announce for early publication a “ History of Madison County, New York,” by Mr. Hammond. Rkv. Ur. Husenbetli, well known to the intelligent public through his able re- ; sponses to G. S. Faber’s attacks on Catho- , lie doctrine and discipline, and his very interesting ‘ ‘ Emblem of the Saints” and ! “Memoirs Of the Rt! Rev. Ur. John Mil- | ner,”issaid to have bequeathed his very valuable collection of missals, one of I which is among the most splendid in England, to Lord Stairord. lie has left a copy i of his ‘ ‘ Emblems of the Saints,” with MS. additions, ready for the press. The death, on Uec. 23, 1872, at Jersey City, of Mr. George Catlin, is announced. Mr. Catlin, who was born in Wyoming I Valley, in 179(5, spent much of his time ! among the Indians, and the work of his ! brush was mostly founded upon subjects : suggested by their nomadic life. At one time—now nearly forty years ago—he visI ited nearly ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. Before the great fire, we had completed arrangements to make The Pilot for 1873 the best 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. A Cliromo portrait 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 fire; but they had, on the day previous, sent Tiie Pilot Chromo to the residen...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

OUR TERMS-CASH Delivered by Carrier evwywliei “ ‘‘ kk Six Monti “ “ “ Four Mon Single Subscribers by Mail, On " •• kk Six! kk kk kk Tlire Clubs of Three or More by Mail kk kk kk kk 1 To Ireland ( U . S. postage paid) POiITItAIT OF FATIH A life-size Chromo-Portrait minican (valued at $2 50) will mail subscriber who pays $2 5C 20 cents for postage on P’ortraitCtiUBS paying 20 cents postage to the pe the Club, will get the Cliromo fr Any person sending us a Club and ten dollars, shall receive a free). Any person sending us ton sub ty dollars, shall receive two free) and so on, to any uumbei No Portrait Si nt until the moi IKSTBUCTIOAS TO Cl Take a copy of The Pilot: and neighbors; point out its i gather the names and subscr them on. There are persons ei of the 30,000 post-offices in this < be greatly pleased and benefit paper, and help to circulate it. If canvassers prefer pay, 10 r lowed on all monies sent "for C lent in value of any of the book Donahoe they may choose to o...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Vestments, Church The attention of the Reverend the beautiful assortment of thes ing all our stock in this line, im Trade, which we succeeded in fire entire, as follows: Chasuble Fine Gold Cloth, Real Gold C broidery, In rich and elegan 105.00; 110.00; 125.00; 1GO.O0; 17 Gold Cloth, Half Fine Galoons $40.00 ; 40.00 ; 48.00 ; 60.00. Gold Cloth, with and without Galoons, $28.00 ; 20.00; 50.00: 42.50. White Watered Silk, Rea! 0 Embroidery, $S8.00; 98.00; 11! White Watered Silk, Half Fine and Embroidery, $42.00 ; 50.00; White, in various styles Silk : and without Flowers, with £ Gold Galoons, $10.00; 19.00; 29.00 ; 31.00; 83.00; 05.00; 37.00; Violet Red, Green, and Blaci styles of Silk and Linen Ham: Velvet, etc., etc., $16.00; 1£ 28.00 ; 30.00 ; 35.00;-12.00; 48.00; 80.00 ; 84.00; 98.00. Copes, various styles, from $33.' Dalmatics, in various styles, fro Preaching S Beautifully Embroidered Gold C 28.00; 42.00. White Moire, $24.00; 26.00 ; 29.0< White Damask, $7.50; 8.50. Ben...

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NATIONALITY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

NATIONALITY. BY THOMAS DAVIS. A nation’s voice. a nation’s voice— It is a solemn thing! It bids the bondage-sick rejoice—’Tis stronger than a king. Tis like the light of many stars. The sound of many waves, Which brightly look through prison-bars. And sweetly sound in caves. Yet is it noblest, portliest known, When righteous triumph swells its tone. A nation’s flag, a nation's flag--11 wickedly unrolled. May foes, in adverse battle, drag Its every fold from fold. Hut, In the cause of Liberty, Guard it ’gainst Eartli and Hell; Guard it till Death or VictoryLook you, you guard it well I Ho saint or king lias touib so proud As he whose flag becomes his shroud. A nation's right, a nation's right, God gave it, and gave, too, A nation’s sword, a nation s might. Danger to guard it through. TL freedom from a foreign yoke, ’Tis just and equal laws. Which deal unto the humblest folk. As iu a uoble’s cause. On nations lived in right and truth, God would bestow eternal youth. May Ireland's voic...

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THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” The masses procure tlieir opinions readymade in open market.— Colton. A BARBEL of apples sells for $24 in San Antonio, Texas, hut beef is only two cents a pound. Tiie woman who neglects her husband's shirt-front is not the wife of his bosom. A LADY juror in Wyoming was excused from serving because her baby would not keep quiet in court. The French military authorities are establishing depots lor pigeons, with the view of using them for military purposes. The first song ever composed in England was a Christmas carol in Anglo-Norman French. The Fairbanks’ borrowed live dollars to make their first scale, and are now worth $3,000,000. Aim, says Junius, at an independence solid, however small No man can he happy, or even honest without it. ‘ ‘ Let the toast be, dear woman,” as the man said to his wife, when he wanted to eat it all himself. Mother— “ Get pn, Tommy; why don’t you ask a blessing?” Tommy—* ‘ ’Cause I 'don’t like the look ...

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Philosophy of Life. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Philosophy of Life. Life is wliat wp make It. its true philosophy is that div ine art 'which enables us to transmute its every moment into the pure gold of heroic ami changeless immortality Without that philosophy. HR. is an elaborate piece of embroidery, looked at from the wrong side; we cannot hut acknowledge the brilliancy of some of it a threads and the delicate texture of the work, but its lack ol system, and of any appearance of utility, fatigues the mind that hungers after perfection, and tempts it to doubt the divine wisdom and goodness from which it originated. With it, however, our sense is no longer troubled by any struggling threads, or loose ends; the exquisite colors, the contrast of light ahd shade, and the perfect symmetry and harmony of the design, fill the heart of tlio beholder with wonder and delight, and draw him nearer to the source of those inefFablo perfections which arc but Imperfectly symbolized in the marvels of the visible universe. _ The philosophy which...

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Help for Old Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Help for Old Ireland. Tlie Convent of the Holy Cross, Kemnare, County Kerry, Ireland, the home ot Sister Mary Francis Clare, who lias 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 Foor, 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; who do not know may believe mywords.no help can be had here from Fairs or Lotteries; the place is too] remote and the people are too poor; we depend upon the well-known generosity of the Irish in i America; it lias never failed; it will not fail now. I The names of all who give donations, with the amount givem will be published in THE (Boston) j PILOT, and other paper!. The sums collected are to be sentdireetto ...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

SAVINGS E UNION INSTITUTI SAVING 37. BEDFORD ST PAYS Six Per Cent. FREE OF ALX> r CAPITAL INVES $3,500,' Undisturbed Deposits in this six years have averaged NINE i References—Bight Rev. B and tlie Clergy generally. Open for Deposits and Pay from 9 a. in. to 9 p. m., and ’( noons from 5 to 8 o’clock. JOHN C. CROW GEORGE F. EMERY, Treat Removed to XoG Place, near the ; Institution for THE BTJSI —OF THE—EMIGRANT SAVIN Is not interrupted by tlie fire. Bank have removed Us b New Banking No. 52 TEMPLI (Near the Provident lustitul The Bank will be open as usual SIX PER CENT II President: PATRICK VTCE-rRESIDEN' Hon. WILLIAM CLAFLIN. Very Rev. P. F. LYNDON Rev. ROBERT FUL’ CHURCH AND CHAPEL ORGANS,! AT moderate prices, warranted unexcelled, | built to order; and medium and small sizes, new and second-band, constantly for sale by WM, 11. I). SIMMONS & CO., No. 100 Charles street, Boston. Mass. aiiK :t!m:7th Father Burke’s Life and Labors, Ills Career in Ireland, Koine,...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

WINES, LIQTJ JOHN MIL] IMPORTER OE AND D Foreign and Domest AGENT OF THE BOSK STOCK ALE AND 1 xxx axd x; 180, 1208 & 300 II BOSTON. JOHN TRACEY Alcohol and Rectifyin AND MANDFACTUR] ALCOHOL, FRENCH PL Cologne S] ; BOURBON,"RYE, A WHISK] Distilleries at Albany and Wa 20 and 22 State street. 182 and 184 Pearl stree 85 Broad street ! POY AT, TUTT JOHN GiIiSONS SI DISTILLE FITsTE OLD I —AND—- ! BOURBON W WAREHOU 121, 123, 125 lire BROWN & HAYES, I NF,W TUICGEL» A.!NT) ESTABLISHED I JAMES COLLIfI IMPORTERS AND WHOLES-' —IN — Foreign and I WINES & LIC 133 Beaili, and 80 and We respectfully invite the attc and public generally to our lai the above Goods, which are no similar establishment in the cit hand a well selected stock of lion Rye Whiskies, and D. W. Lawrv Rum. We offer for sale In Bond various brands of Gin, and ap Cognac and Rochelle Brandies, Whiskies, St. Croix and Jamaic Sherry and Port Wines, etc. Agents for Boston Beer Co.’ XX, XXX Ales and...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

COLLEGES. COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS, Worcester, Mass, This College is under the direction of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, and ■was established solely for the education of Catholics. It stands on Bogachoag,” or. Hill of Pleasant Springs, within two miles of the City of Worcester, and commands an extensive view of the beautiful country around. I he water is abundant and excellent; the playgrounds are spacious; the location is remarkably healthy, and affords facilities for healthful amusement at all seasons. The collegiate year commences on the llrst Monday of September; but students are received at any period oi the year. Applications from other institutions will not be received without testimonials as to character and conduct from the principal of the institution which they had attended. TERMS. For board, tuition, washing, mending linen and socks,, per annum (of ten months), payable half-yearly, in advance s'-170 00 Physician's fee, per annam 5 00 Modern Languages aud .Music ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

ARCHITECTS. M. W. FITZSIMMONS, ARCHITECT, 49 Temple Place, Boston. References —Snell A Grierson. Patrick Donahoe, John C. Crowley. Charles F. Donnelly, Thos Gargan, John W. McDonald. juoOily P. W. FORD, Architect. Plans and specifications prepared for all kinds of buildings, and special attention given to Church work. references: Right Rev. P. T. O’Reilly, Springfield. Rev. J. J. Power, Worcester. Rev. Thomas Griffin, Worcester. E. Boyden & SON, Worcester. Office—with SULLIVAN & MACDONALD, No. 3 School street,Boston, Mass. jet :tf :7th J. G. QUINLIVAN, ARCHITECT, 3 School Street, - - - Boston. References to Mr. Patrick Donaboe, kindly permitted. augs:7th:tf ACADEMIES. ST. MARY’S AGADEMIC INSTITUTE, St. Mary’s of the Woods, Vigo County, Ind. The pupils of this spacious and elegantly finished and furnished Institute enjoy, at very low rates, every advantage conducive to pleasure and health, together with unrivalled facilities for acquiring a thorough and accomp...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

MEDICINES. NATURE’S REMEDY. VEfeETINE. THE GEEAT BLOOD PUEIHEE. A valuable Indian compound, for restoring tbe health, and for the permanent cure of all diseases arising from impurities of the blood, such as Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor, Cancer, Cancerous Humor, Erysipelas, Canker, Salt Itheurn, Pimples and Humors on tlic Face, Fleers, Coughs,Catarrh,Bronchitis, Neuralgia, Pains in tile Side, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia, Constipation, Costiveness,Dizziness,Piles, Headaehc.^ei'vousness,Faintness at the Stomach, Pains in the Back, Kidney Complaints, Female Weakness, General Debility, etc., etc. This preparation is scientifically and chemically combined, and so strongly concentrated from roots, herbs, and barks, that Its good effects are realized immediately alter commencing to take it. There is no disease of the human system for which the VEGKTTNE cannot be used with PEKFECT safety, as it does not contain anv metallic compound. For eradicating the system of all impurities of the blood, it has ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

COUNSELLORS. JOHjV c. CROWLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office So. Si A'lles Block, j, n Court Square and School street, Boston. PATIIICK J. FLATLEV, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. je22:ly :7th J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, ]So. 47 Court st. (Room 8), jan2:tf Boston. THOMAS 1\ HAGI'UtE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. 13 Court Square, jan2:tf Boston. ciias. f. i>on\i;lly, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. jau2:tf Boston. e 7 b. o’coaaok, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 13 Court Square. Office 8. jan4:ly P. A. COLLIiVS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north of State street.) THOU AS RILEI, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Boston, Mass. jelB:tf JOSEPH I>. I AU,i).\, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. IRISH AND AMERICAN LAW AGENCY. WILLIAM B. WEST, for many years United States Consul at Dublin, continues to conduct Law Business through the mo...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Practical Sympathy. from the numerous friends -who have j sent us letters and subscriptions In ad- i vanoe, we select the following: Edmund Kiordin, Cambridgeport, Mass., paid ! five years in advance. 1 j tcnTea?BinadvS’ Mass., paid $25, years hi advance.^ 0 ’ 9 Riugold Strcet ’ aid two j Woonsocket, R. 1., pays five ' yeais in advance lor himself and five vears in I Totar C s3o° r 11L ° T Seut lo Couut y Cavan, Ireland, ; Mrs. Denis Daly, Marblehead, Mass., pays $l5, ! lor six years in advance. 1 J ’j ltev. Eugene O’Keeffe, New York Citv, paid $l5 as subscription to The Pilot. »"Y- Sanies Drummond, Dover, N. 11., paid lor one year’s subscription. Mr Ambrose A. Moran, Fall River, sends us $5 lor one year's subscription, and a hearty and kind letter. Rev. M. M. Clune, Providence,R. 1..10ur years m advance. Rev. B. O'R. Shendan, Collinsville, Conn., three years in advance. Rev. F. Brosnihan, Maynard, Mass., paid ten years In advance Mr. John Miller, $25. Sir. Henry Slaviu, $25. R. 11....

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CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

CABLE DESPATCHES. PRUSSIA. Prosecuting tlie Catholic Press. Berlin - , Jan. I.—Prosecutions have been instituted against the Roman Catholic journals in this city and in the provinces which have published tlitl recent Papal allocution. The excitement on this subject is increasing throughout tlie empire. Germany and ltome. Berlin', Dec. 28.— The North German Gazette in its issue to-day stigmatizes the al - locution of Pope Pius the Ninth, delivered at the Consistory held in Rome on the 23rd I instant, as “an unpardonable insult to the Emperor of Germany.” ENGLAND. A Mighty Strike. London, Dec. 29.—1 t is expected that 70,000 British coal miners will strike work on the Ist of January. ROME. Switzerland and the Pope. Diplomatic relations between the Swiss government and the Vatican are broken oil.

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The General Court of Massachusetts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

The General Court of Massachusetts. Tlio General Court assembled on New Years Day at the State House, Boston. The Senate was called by the Senior Member, who happened this year to be Hon. Martin Griffin, oi Boston, who is, we regret to say, the only Catholic in the Upper House. In the Senate the Hou. George B. Loring, of Salem, was unanimously elected president, Stephen N. Gilford was chosen clerk, and the Bov. Edward Abbott was re-elected chaplain. The Hon. -John E. Saniord, of Taunton, received a nearly unanimous vote for speaker of the house, and Mr. Charles H. Taylor, of Somerville, was elected clerk over Mr. W. S. Robinson, the former incumbent of the office. Maj. Morissey, of Plymouth was reelected sergeant-at-arms by both branches. Hall of Iloston Knights of St. Patrick. The regular annual ball of the Knights of St. Patrick, Col. P. T. Hanley Commander, came oif at Horticultural Hall, on New Year’s night. The upper room was most tastefully decorated with flags and bunting, an...

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