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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

| ELEGANT PARIS BOUND PRAYER BOOKS. The Most Superb Collection in America, Slit. Donahoe desires to inform his patrons tliat his stock of fine bound Prayer Books was not destroyed by the great lire. Our assortment of line Velvet, Ivory, and Tortoise Bindings has only just arrived from France. The books in sheets were sent to our Agent In Paris during the summer, and have been bound, under the Agent’ personal supervision. In the most elegant styles possible. Each book contains eight beautiful colored steel engravings , all splendid works of art. For variety of style and excellence of binding the assortment cannot he surpassed. Out stock of American Fine Bindings is also very complete, and contains a variety ot new and choice styles. The following comprise our list of Fine Bindings St. Joseph’s Manual. Plain and Colored Engravings. French Bindings. Velvet clasp and corners $lO 00 “ rims and clasp 'l2 00 “ “ “ and medallion 14 00 " full mountings HOO “ “ “ andmedalUon 16 00 Also an ass...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

G- ROCERII 134 T.nsr co r„ isr i DEALERS IN Pirst Class Family < l ()l£lil«.\ A\T) DOMEi SPIRITS, & Z7f~ Goods securely packed fo any part of the country. Orders by mall or express pro JOHN LY< WHOLESALE AND RBTAII West India Goods, Groceries, ruestlc Brandies, Wines, Gli Ale; also. Pure Teas aud C Brands of St. Louis 121 and 123 Reach Stree 81 South Stre Goods delivered free of charge cltv. INS UH AIN 3?. J. COMF INSTKANCE At At 13 Congress three ESTABLISHED ISSI. Write for Lar; Illustrated List to TREAT WESTERN rt PITTSBIJ Double. Single, Muzzle, and Rifles, Shot Guns, Revolvers, every kind, for men or boys, a Guns, 83 to $300; Pistols, $1 to $; CAK P E 1 nILDTHW. «t I Having put in a slo< CARPETS, OIL Cl Etc., Etc., 1 j Second to ISTone in tl Invite the attention of PURCH QUANTITY, with the assuran [ shall be at the bottom ipiotati New York. SPECIAL ATTI ; Given to furnishing CHURCH ! PUBLIC BUILDINGS, al abou Tlic Largest and Lightes;...

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

MUSIC The Place to P MUSICAL INST] Of nearly all vavletl Cornets, Altos, 33 aril es, Contrabasses, < Cornets; < Brass or German Silver; PiValves; DRUMS, CYMBALS, FLUT FIFES. FLAGEOLETS, C FRENCH AND GER M A DEONS. VIOLINS GUITARS, VI LON CELLO!" DOUBLE BASSES ,CONCERTD HARMONICAS, BANJOS, M VIOLIN AND GUITAR S I all Musical Merchandii well known Store John C. Ha) T nes :53 Court St. (opposite Court Mason & Eoa System for Be Compiled by two eminent and sv it lias acquired an excellent r< fail to satisfy both ‘ k master anc unexcelled by any other Metl forte. Price, $3.0 THE American Tun In one sense THE Sacred Musi since it contains 1000 of the Be thorns, carefully selected by 5C Mus.c Teachers from all acee. therefore it must be the choices! century. Price, $1.5 Winner’s New For Plano , Cabinet Organ , A Banjo ; Cornet , Fife , Accordecn and Flageolet. Don’t despise because they are cheap! For pe learn easily aud pleasantly, au way, there...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

COUNSELLORS. CIIAS. F. DONXELLI, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 3an2:tf Boston. THOSIAS ItILEV, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, MCobrt square, Boston, Hass. PATRICK J. I LATLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. je22:ly:7th E. B. O'COAIYOit, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 83 School street (Nile^Block—Office 28.) jan4:ly THOMAS F. JIACITKE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, JVo. 18 Court Square, Jan2:tf Boston. J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, i\o. -17 Court st. (Room 8), )an2:tf Boston. JOSEPH D. FALLON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, j an 2 :tf 47 Court street, Boston. P. A. COLLIAS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 4G Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north of State street.) JOB A C. CIIOWFEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Offic e No. 5 Niles Bloek, Court Square aud School street, Boston. 'aiv2:tf PATRICK O'BEIKNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 195 Broadway, cor. of Dey, and No. 2 Bey street, Near the Astor Bouse , NEW YORK. References— Eugene Kelly &...

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

ALTAR WINES. ALTAR WINES. I hereby wish to inform tlic Rev. Clergy tliat I am importing pure Altar Wine, to which fact i can show all necessary guarantee and certificate from the Rev. Bislioji of Cologne. My Wine can be had in any quantity, and all orders promptly attended to; also, constantly on hand, different kinds of self-imported Rhine Whies, at ANTON BENZ'S CENTRAL WINE DEPOT. No. 157 Shawmut avenue, near Chapman street, Boston. Mass. jel:ly:7th PURE ALTAR WINES! The attention of the Rev. Clergy is respectfully called to the large importations of Wines I am constantly receiving, especially for the Altar. It is warranted PURE and FREE from all foreign substances, and combines a richness and mellowness of taste rarely to lie found in this class of W iues, and is well ripened by age. For sale in bond and store, in octaves and qrs. JOHN P. COONEY, Office and Warehouse, US & iff Canal street. Providence, R. I. feb‘2l ARCHITECTS P. W. FORD, Architect. Plans and specifica...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

CO All, DEALERS. BRINE & C LARK, DEALERS IN COAL and WOOD, Wharf Bridge street, corner of Third East Cambridge*. ( Orde r I!ox at Leonard & Co.'s Auction Booms, 48 Bromfleld st. Orders by mall promptly attended J.F.BBINE, mh4 P. T. OLAlitf. COAL At tlic Lowest Market Price, OP Tire BEST QrALITT, Delivered in any Part of the City. FOR SALE BY ROSWORTH & HA-ISTJ^rN - , aug24 253 redcral street. BELL FOTJNDEIEg. MENEELY’S BELL& The genuine Troy Church Hells, known to the public since 1826, wliicb have acquired a reputation unequalled by any and a sale exceeding that of all others;—including more than seventy chimes and peals. One thousand testimonials received during the last six years. Every bell made of best copper aud tin and’formally warranted. New Pa-te-t Rotary Fixtures. Catalogues free. No Agencies. P. O. Address, either Troy, or West Troy, JY. V. E. A. & G. E. MEUEELY. dlfi :tf MHURPfe ... - ■ .. „ Fine toned, low pric...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. SECOND EDITION. ROME. The Pope’s Health.. Rome, April 20.—The Pope rose at halfpast seven o’clock this morning and said Mass in his private chapel. He subsequently gave audience to a deputation bringing Peter’s jjence. Tlie Hope—Favorable Reports. Rome, April 22.—The Pope yesterday received the Duke of Edinburgh, who ten - dered congratulations to Ilis Holiness on his recovery from his late illness. GERMANY. A Beer liiot in Frankfort. Frankfort, April 22.—The rioting yesterday was caused by an advance in the pi’ice of beer. The disorderly demonstrations lasted until midnight, and the troops were-pelted with stones several times during the evening. Sixteen breweries were wrecked by the rioters, and there was much plundering. During the conflict 12 persons were killed and 10 wounded. One I hundred and twenty of the rioters were arrested.

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Death of the Key. J. Sheehan, of Hinsdale, Mass. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Death of the Key. J. Sheehan, of Hinsdale, Mass. We learn of the death of this reverend gentleman, greatly beloved by tbe people of his charge, as having occurred on the lGth ult. In connection herewith, we find the lollowing distressing suggestion as to the cause of his death, in the Springfield (Mass.) Union. It was reported that tbe reverend Father was dying of cancer in tbe stomach; but the symptoms seemed to his physician, D. J. F. A. Adams, of Pittsfield, rather those of poisoning by arsenic, and, learning a few days ago that Mr. Sheehan’s predecessor and one other person who has occupied the room died with similar symptoms, and that a third person, having been similarly afflicted there, recovered on removal, lie looked for a local cause of the poisoning, and thought he had found il in tbe walls of the room where the sick men lay, which was tinted with Paris green. Scraping off a portion of the surface, he carried it to Pittsfield and subjected it to analysis, which showed the...

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The Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

The Carney Hospital Fair. The Fair in aid of this worthy institution lias been progressing with gratifying success at the Music Hall, Boston, during the past week, eliciting the cordial sympathy it deserves in the community. The number and variety of articles, the attractiveness of the tables, and the irresistible claims of the lady attendants, combine to make; a strong‘appeal to the visitor’s generosity. The voting for the beautiful temperance banner is arousing great interest among the competing societies. The East Boston and St. James Societies seem to be taking the lead; but as the vote will not be decided until Saturday i evening, the 215th, there is no telling what new contestant may step up to claim the prize. As the lair only-lasts a few days longer, we would say to all, make the most of the short time that remains, and thereby aid in lilting the incubus of debt from one of our most deserving charities. The concert by Mr. Gilmore lor this object •should lill the Boston Theat...

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Something to be Remembered. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Something to be Remembered. An unusual pressure on our space for the past two weeks has prevented us from writing at lengt h on a subject of interest to our readers in Boston and vicinity. Before the matter grows too old, however, wc beg to give it ventilation. At a recent hearing belore a Legislative Committee in Boston regarding the annexation of Charlestown, Air. T. 11. Sweetzer, a lawyer known to many of our people who employ him, appeared on behalf of the petitioners. In the course of his argument Air. Sweetzer, who was not sober, said Charlestown was ‘* ad and hateful town,” Ac. He wound up by saying:— The jury service iu Suffolk county will* be improved by the annexation of Charlestown, as It will purify the jury box, and prevent our juries from being composed largely of hull-headed Irishmen. It has been Improved by the annexation of Koxbury and Dorchester, but yet nine jurors out of ten are no better than a set of bulldogs. After his harangue Mr. Sweetzer was fittingly rebuk...

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Escape of the Modoes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Escape of the Modoes. A special despatch from the Lava Bed camp, on the 21st, contains the following: For two days there have been no Modocs to fight with. They have gone, it is uncertain where, hut it is expected to hear soon of their whereabouts and destruction. Four companies of infantry and two batteries of artillery are now guarding Captain Jack’s stronghold under Col. Mason. The soldiers found the body of an Indian and a squaw hidden in different parts of the rocks. Ashes were found showing that the Modocs had burned their dead. It is feared that the Modocs have broken into squads of five or six and scattered .

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Interesting Nuptials. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Interesting Nuptials. A ceremony of interest took place in Salem, Mass., on Wednesday morning. April 23, the occasion being the marriage of Dr. Henry J. Gaffney to Miss Kate E. Mulilig, eldest daughter of Mr. Robort Muhlig, and niece of the late Thomas Looby, esq. The nuptial service was performed at St. Janies’ Church, by the Rev. J. J. Gray, assisted by the Rev. James Conlan. Miss Matilda Muhlig, sister of the bride, acted as bridesmaid, Mr. J. J. Roche, of Boston, being groomsman. After receiving the usual felicitations, the happy pair departed on their bridal tour to New York and Niagara. On Thursday, April 17, an interesting ceremony took place at St. Francis de j Sales’ Church, Charlestown, the bride be- j ing Miss Maria Supple, sister of tbe es- I teemed pastor of the church, and the bridegroom Mr. McCormick, of Taunton.

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Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works. “ Mrs. Jarley ” exhibited her wax works in Tremont Temple, Boston, on April 22, and had a fine audience. Tbe exhibition was excellent, and the jokes of “ Mrs. Jarley” were new and good. The thanks of the Catholic Committee are due to those Protestant ladies and gentlemen who have so generously come lor ward to help the Fair for the Carney Hospital, and they are due in a special manner to E. E. Derby, esq., who directed the entertainment and so capitally acted the part of “ Mrs. Jariey.” )tt A neat and very readable little sheet has ; been issued at the Carney Hospital Fair in Music Hall. It is called St. Vincent's Messenger, and is brought out at tbe Independent Table, under tbe management of the Misses Burke. Among the articles worthy of notice contained in the first edition are, “ The Sisters of Charity,” “ The Opening of the Fair,” “Kindness,” and various spicy and explanatory items. Another Messenger is due. The citizens of Foxborougli, Mass., have been ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

Month’s Mind of Pat The Month’s Mind Servi Rev. S. It. Pnrcell took pin dral chapel of the Holy Cr Thursday morning, April - High Mass was celebrate* Daly, Rev. James Donegan Rev. P. McKenna Subdea Theo. A. Metcalf Master < The following clergymen v eutRev. A. Sherwood He Denvir. and Rev. Win. Mc( diocese, and Rev. D. R. John Murphy, and Rev.J. Portland. Tiie Fajii now going f< Music Hall, will positively ■ dav evening. Go at least the elegant things for sale of thenfliberally. Rev. J. T. McDonald, < been for 23 years pastor at on Friday, April 18, on a tri the benefit of his health, happy return. Phillips—Frocde.—Go Phillips’ castigation of Fro Temple, on Tuesday eve Tickets 50 cts. CONSTANT TA Some mea who are engaged Who know how goods to s Have fortunes in their bush They’ve talked so much an They've made their custome The place to trade was the And if they ’ • 1 argalus ” wo They should not trade els* This “ constant talk” of Gi (ai-nin and Flou...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

PAIN-KILLER! THE GREAT Family Medicine of the Age. Taken Internally, it Cures Dysentary, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Cramp, and Pain in the Stomach, Boxcel Complaints , Painters' Colic, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia and Indigestion, Sore Throat, Sudden Colds, Coughs, Etc., Etc. Used Externally, it Cures Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Old Sores, Sprains, Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Frosted Feet, Etc., Etc., Etc. Sold by all Druggists. my3:lm:B COIs VEK’TIOjS’ of the Massachusetts Catholic Total Abstinence Union. The Third Annual Convention of the Massachusetts Catholic Total Abstinence Union -will be held In the Basement of the New Cathedral Chapel, Union Park Street, Boston, on Friday, May 30, at 11, a. m. Each Society is entitled to three delegates. The Clergy of the State are cordially Invited to be present, and participate in its deliberations. A High Mass will be offered lip in the Chapel, at 9 o'clock, for the especial benefit of the objects of the C...

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

PERSONS Information wantcil of ANN formerly lived with Daniel Ba land street, Boston. She will her advantage by leaving her O'Connell, at No. 34 Bowe str Mass. £3,ooo—Next of Kin—V Wanted inlormation of the 1 LIAM KEAN, marble-cutter. England, of Irish parents, and said to have been a son of Jo! grated to America 50 years as Rhode Island, or Boston, Mass, any person knowing of either will please address John P. J Murray street, or Thomas Irels Edinburgh, Scotland. SPRING, 1 ANNOUNCE THA SPRING & S' ST 00 —OFIIOSIERY, f \ 1 TITTICI EXAMINE THE A SHEPARD, NORWI WINTER STB. A GREAT PUBL] Long Felt in this 1 IS SUPPLIE] PHILIPPS, SHUM A Who offer to parents and gna facilities to clothe tliclr child] MEDIUM GRADES OF CLOTH! IN A WHOLESALE STO MILLION & KA A A PHILIPPS, SHUM 334 WASHINGTON SI (Formerly Occupied 1 Stephenson &, JUST PUBLI! A BOOK POEEVERYDI OLIO FAMII Saturday,the Day Oonsec on, Meditations on the t Virtues, and the Ole Rlessed Virgin, f...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19,22, and 23 Dock Square, % # THE ONLY One Price Boys’ Clothing Store In Dock Square, and the Best Place in Boston To Clothe \'oiir Boys at Bow Prices. EVERY OXE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. my3:3m Important Literary Ai In the Press, to be published hoot of paramount Importance I PUBLIC, entitled: “ PROFIT AND on. The History of a Gei American A work illustrative of the E’ EDUCATION. By the REV. D Priest of the Diocese of La Cro the “ Cross and the Shamrock,'’ Ruined Abbey,” and other wel Literary Works. 90,000 copies of the “ OR ROCK,” and 30,000 copies o OF THE RUINED ABBEY” hi first published. 1 vol., large 12m0.. haudsom( cloth, black and gilt Sent by mail, postpaid, on rec THOMAS O’KANE, 130 NASSAU ST., N1 For sale br— PATRICK DO] BOSTON, MA ALL WANTING f FOR SALE—to Farmers, Gar Laborers from the OldCountrv—, virgin soil, at TWENTY-FIVi acre, on six years’credit. Thes ductive loam, near the great York and Philad...

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

OEaNTTI/EZNOEIN' FURNISHING their own Cloth, I will cut. make, and trim, in a superior manner, at the following prices Business Coats $lO to $l4 Dross Coats 16 to 13 Overcoats 16 to 22 Pants and Vest 3 50 each 1 On hand a stock of the most fashionable and desirable (roods in the market, which will be made j up at fair and reasonable prices; Military and Band Uniforms, as above. Sole proprietor of the j G. A. R. Monogram Buttons, large and small. JOHN R. FARRELL, over Boylston Market. febls :tf HUMAN HAHT SWITCHES. 3 ounces, 27 inches, - - $5 4 “ 30 “ - . -H 4 “ yard long - - 10 Also a few Gray ones, 3 ounces, 37 Indies, - gy This is an extra inducement for ladies to secure bargains never yet offered in this country. European Human Ilnir Switcli Cos., ( 309 Washington sttieet, opposite Cliickering's. Miss LYDIA CONNOR is at the head of the esj tabUshment. aps:4t:B:pd TO <fe FROM EUROPE. NATIONAL LINE, Tiie Cheapest and Most Comfortable In the Passenger Business ! Sailing f...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 3 May 1873

WANTS. Notices of this description inserted three times for One Dollar. W' ANTi:i>~A situation to take charge of | t t children, by a young lady who has had two ! years’ experience. Address Margaret Murphv, Norwood. Mass. my3:3tp i TTrAATEJ>--By a Lady, a situation as a > V Governess, or as Companion to a Lady. The branches taught being English. French, and I Music. The highest references given. if required. No objection to travel. apl9 ; TSVANTED— .Agents throughout the United > \ States for the sale of the Rev. Xavier Don- ! aid McLeod’s “ Great History of the Devotion to the B. V. Mary in North America.” For testimonials and particulars address Virtue and Yorston, 12 Dey street, New York. apl2:4t TITAXTEI). —Two steady .reliable men wanted VV as Agents for the Old Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Apply at once to No. 7 STUDIO BUILDING, BOSTON. Charles Letts, General Agent; P. A. O'Connell, M. D., j Medical Examiner. ap26:st To and Fr...

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