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Notes of the Week, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Notes of the Week, Twenty thousand coal miners in Leicestershire, England, have struck. March is the month of patents: it has sent forth 2024 this year. The Halifax Chronicle says that the Canada Pacific Railway lias* failed to raise money in England. The body of Martin Evan was found in a canal at Holyoke, lately. He bad been missing for three weeks. For the next two months, the Cunard Steamship Company will despatch two vessels each week from this port and New York. The total exports from Boston from Jan. 1 to April 4, amounted in value to $ 7.784, 506, which shows an increase of $1,480,623 over the corresponding period of last year. A bile has passed the Arkansas Ileus" of Representatives fixing the pay of all teachers, without regard to sex, at the same amount. The Inman Steamship Company have placed over their office, on State street, a new sign, which for brilliancy surpasses anything in that neighborhood. The Colorado Central Road is completed to a point 25 miles from Golden,...

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THE FARM AND GARDEN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

THE FARM AND GARDEN. Pruning maybe done when the trees are not frozen, though June is probably the best month in which to do it. If done now, it saves time—which is valuable during the summer months. Blackberries and Raspberries. Set as soon as the ground will admit of being worked, as the underground shoots which form the canes for next season are tender and liableto be injured if left until late. Injured Trees.— Trees from which branches have been broken olf by storms or ice should have the wound cut smooth, i and a coat of shellac varnish or melted grafting wax applied to their surfaces, to prevent decay from moisture. The Kitchen Garden.— A writer in the New England Farmer says Next to a clear ' conscience, nothing goes further to insure I peace, happiness, and contentment in the j farmer’s family than a good kitchen garden, i and it is one of the most incomprehensible ! facts with which we meet, that this truth is not more generally comprehended or appreciated. In health, comfo...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Temperance. The Total Abstinence League of St. Paul, Minn., has been holding some very successful Temperance meetings. The semi-annual convention of the Rhode Island Catholic Temperance Union will be held in Providence on the 12th of May. The Temperance cause is progressing favorably in New Brunswick. Both clergy and laity take an active interest in its propagation. The St. Paul’s T. A. B. Soeiety of Philadelphia have passed resolutions of regret on the death ot James I). Ilowley, late President of the Philadelphia Union. The temperance society attached to St. Patrick’s Church, Cleveland, Ohio, has been re-organized under the name of the St. Patrick’s Total Abstinence and Mutual Benevolent Society. At a very successful meeting, held on Sunday, March 16, the society renewed the pledge in a body, and the following oflloers were elected for the ensuing year Director and patron, Very Rev. James Conlan; President, John Hayes; Vice-President.Daniel McGue; Recording Secretary Wm. A. Mannin...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Insurance Society. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance Incidents. Narrated by Agents of the Equitable Life Insurance Society. N. W. F. Riverhead.L. 1., April, 1873. Isaiah Terry, of Rivorheadtown, was spoken to bv me of the advantages of Life Insurance; but he declined to insure his life. Two days afterward he was thrown from his wagon and killed. I insured Zebulon Jessup, a fanner of Southampton for $lOOO in tho Equitable. Another agent advised him to increase his insurance. Ele wanted to do so. hut just then had not the money to spare. Before the again Mr. Jessup was hurt while threshing. Lockjaw ensued, reslooo insured on his life enabled the widow to clear the farm of a small mortgage, leaving to her aim liei children the farm and a low hundred dollars ahead. One day in the summer of 1868, having received applications lor life insurance in the Equitable Society from several persons some of whom were being examined by the doctor, a farmer drove past in his farm-wagon, having been shipping a load o...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Onr Lady of L WO NDERFUL The following are letters ] Annales de Notre, Dame de l< Archbishop of Quebec and Covington, Kentucky, tran French for The Pilot by 31 son, Durham, N. H.: m Rome To the Rev. Father Superio: de Lourdes. Rev. Father,— l receive couple of letters from Qui nounce two facts I hasten t to you for the glory of Our L I had the happiness of days near that sanctuar Christmas. I wentrepeatel to pray for my diocesans, for those who had asked in all the sanctuaries I si l’Abbe H. It. Casgrain, for the Cathedra] at Quebec, h begged to be remembere affliction he was suffering fi still young, he was thref complete loss of his eyes edly said the angelical sal and bathed my eyes for Here is what he wrote me . " MONBF.IGNEVR,—I Could out tears wliat you say of n to 31 ** . I had long ago le and venerate you; now y me to love yoult is very I began to fed better ab your going to Lourdes, an tion has continued ever fail to pray daily for your good works you have in vi ...

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Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

HOTEL IRVING Howard St., cor | (Directly opposite Ho BOSTON Rooms and Meals by tbc For Grentlemei JOHN T. MOEIART} THE EUROPEAN Bolton Slree J. MOL OX} . The EUROPEAN It ronized bv the Irish, British, an archy and Clergy. Families and Tourists will And of a home, combined with mod assiduous attention. Hot nml Patrick Don STANDAR PUBLIC A] Hr. Donahoe desires to stal caused no interruption to liisbi ®type plates of almost ail his destroyed in tlie Great Confla n Improved editions of alii active prepari pear immediately. The following are now ready: Abbe Segur’s Pann ! ’EAI\' TALK ABOUT ’ testautisni of To-Day. Fro' of Mgr. Segur. One of the able books of the dav. Over have been sold in America. Paper covers By the hundred A VISIT TO LOUISE El the Summer of 1872. With count of her Life, and a D. sei Stigmas and her Ecstacy. Gerald Molloy, D.D.,of Mi lege. Square, lGmo., cloth.. Oarleton’s Ever Popi WIEEY 11EIEEV AVI* II Colleen Bawn. Founded o William Carleton. 12m0., ch Father Boyce’...

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IRELAND AND THE SACKED HEART. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

IRELAND AND THE SACKED HEART. BY DRNIS FLORENCE M'CARTHY. Where’er beneath the Savin? Eooa The nation kneels to pray, A holy oond of brotherhood Unites us all to-day: From north to south. from cast to west, From circling sea to sea, lerne bares h< r bleeding breast, O Sacred Heart, 10 Thee! She bares her breast, which many a wound. Which many a blow made sore. What time the Martyred Mother swooned Insensate in her gore, Brit, ah, she could not die, nol no! One germ of llte had she— , , The love that turned, through weal, through woe, O Sacred Heart, to Thee I She gave her sighs, she gave her tears. To Thee, O Heart divine! She gave her blood for countless years Like water or like wine; And now that in her boroscoi>e A happier fate we see. She consecrates her future hope. O Sacred Heart, to Thee! She consecrates her glorious past— For glorious ’tie, though sad; Bright , though many a cloud o ercast; Though gloomy, yet how glad! For through the wilds that round h...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Uncousidered Trifles." Chapin says events aro only tlio shell of ideas. An lowa City hen lately laid an egg with an inscription on it. To know how to wait is the secret of success. Louisville is flooded writh thirty-cent watch chains. The custom of throwing rico after a bride is Chinese. The Spring trade in poisoning husbands has opened briskly. He is the happiest, be he king or peasant, who finds peace in his home.— Goethe. An Oregon paper tells of a boiling lake irom whose bosom black smoke rises continually. Marine disasters in American waters last year include 2G82 sailing vessels and ‘Mi steamers. /T is always ft sign of poverty of mind, where men are ever appearing to be great; for they who are really great, never seem to know it.— Cecil. A minister having remarked “there would be a nave in the new edifice the society was erecting,” an old lady said she knew the person to whom he referred.” Thought means life, since those who do not think do not...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

IMPORTANT “ Catholic choice in the pree between education and its notes reading and no reading, hut betw un-Christian education, betwee injurious and reading of a boned an Innocuous, tendency. For Catholics, as well as others, power to read is conferred in our as in any others: and the prop* amongst us has increased, is inc not be diminished.”— Cardinal GEOLOGYASD IIEVELi The Ancient History of the sldfered in the Light of Geologi Revealed Religion. Witlilllus the Rev. Gerald Molloy, I).] of Theology in the Royal C Patrick, Maynooth. Anew vised and enlarged by the a Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. I nALF lIOUIIS WITH I THORS. Selections from 0 Carleton, and Lever. 12mo. THE THREE ELIZAB Matron of Israel, the Lily of Queen Saint of Hungary, By of “ Life in the Cloister, O’Neill,” etc. l'iino. Cloth.. HAVERTY’S IHISH-A ILLUSTRATED AML 1873. Paper covers SAIILIEII’ 8 CATHOIiIi TORY, ALMANAC AI for the Year of Our Lord Returns or the Various Dl United States and British Nc and a List of the ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

INSURANCE. :p. j. gomptox, INSURANCE AGENCY, At 15 Congress Street, Boston. Established 1851. fS:6m » dutiful inventions for marking hing and printing Cards, etc. ne do for a whole family. Movable s. Profitable, amusing , and instructive for the young. JET PRINTER. SI. SILVER. with Ink, Type, and neat Case, delivered by mail anywhere. 3 Alphabets extra, 60 cts. Agents wanted. GOLDINQ & CO. , 14 Kilby street, Boston. mylO :4t:7 Largest Organ Establishment in the World. V Extensive Factories. J. ESTEY & COMPANY, Brattleboro, Vt., U. S. A. The Celebrated. Estey Cottage Organs The latest and best improvements. Everything that Is new and novel. The leading improvements in Organs were introduced first in this establishment. # Established 1846. SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. my3:4t:7 Old Boston Brewery. ISAAC COOK & €O., Brewers of Stock and l’ale Ales, No. 25 CENTRAL STREET. Superior STOCK ALE in hbds. and bbls. for the trade, also in hall and third bb...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

MUSIC The Place to P MUSICAL INST] 0f nearly all varlet: Comets, .Altos, IT aril es, Contrabasses, < Cornets; i Brass or German Silver; Pi: Valves: DRUMS, CYMBALS, FLUT FIFES, FLAGEOLETS, C FRENCH AND GERM A DEONS. VIOLINS GUITARS, VI LONCELLOf DOUBLE BASSES ,CONCERTI HARMONICAS. BANJOS, > VIOLIN AND GUITAR S' all Musical Merchandi well known slor< John C. Haynes 33 Court St. (opposite Court STAR MUSIC mTSOS & CO. offer tbe of prominent books recently adv * * », * Standard, ... Emerson & Palmer's Fain Music Book. Sells finely. Cheerful Voices L . O. Emerson’s brilliant new! All tbe Schools will use It. Sparkling Rufoh One of tbe brightest of brig Song Books. Clarke’s, The most widely known and Organ Methods. Strauss, . . . $ 2 . 5 The Gems of Strauss has dented sale. Get one for Swum Either book sent, postpaid, or price. OLIVER DITSOY «fc C CHAIiKE/S IS. DITSOI mylo:7 711 Broadway SAVING-S B EMIGRANT SAVIN No. 52 Temple Place....

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

SHIPPII PASSENG Brought from and! to Ireland, in LINES OF ST mm. j Arriving at Boston and I Sailing tlieref ATT THE LOWES' PATRICK DONA lIOE, Bost to make known to his countryri prepared to bring out passengi send home money, etc., etc. For the purpose of entire pr constantly kept on deposit in tl; of Ireland, against which MR, drafts, payable at sight, for £] the Bank, and all its branches, { the last twenty-five years, aff remittance perfectly safe and ut The principal objects of MR. Ist. By the sale of his Bill, i Bank ot Ireland, and by keeping j to meet the same, to furnish to | this country a safe remittance I Ireland. j 2d. To receive moneys from j chase for them passage tickets i transmit the same to their frlc ! whom the passages were orderc I 3d. To receive moneys from p I of the City of Boston, and to a to forwarding into the interior, j direction, their friends and i arrive at this port from Ireland, MU. DONAHOIC sells Drafts on the Provincial Bank of Irela all its branc...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

DECORAT lIEADQI7ATITEU SOCIETY GOODS OF EVER! W. R. MALONEY ,31 and 82 ( POUGHKEEPSIE, Importer and manufacturi r oi i lias. Badges, Banners, Flags, i Societies. Goods of our man ! qulred a reputation for perfect! j and tee guarantee our prices I loicer , than ant, other manufactt l Samples of different patterns 1 the country. | N. B. —Our Banners and pai I special attention and are exec manner. : BADGES AND For Societ Made to order at short notice reasonable terms. Address \ Lee street, Lowell, Mass. Commuications by mail pro j and samples sent if desired. Also Banners and Flat s made | ranted to give perfect satisfacti BANNERS AND DE Mu. C. W. ROETH, artist, 3 ton, will promptly execute all < and Decorations in the most ari Banners for Churches, Sun perance Societies, Military Cc Organizations, will be finished i if the Societies will send to Mr.] ! of the designs or mottoes requh | All kinds of Ecclesiastical 1 | falques, Repositories, etc., art: Samples of Banuer Pain...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

WINESJJQTJ JOHN TRACE Distillers & IU AND MAXUFACTI'TtJ ALCOHOL, FRENCH PU BOURBON & RYE 1 Distilleries at Albany and Wat 20 nml 22 State street,. 15 Beaver & 06 & 68 iVe 85 Broad street, Be J, H. M’DONOUGH, Age JOHN MG WHOLESALE LIQUO 233 JPederal £ The subscriber invites the attc and the public generally, to hi ment of Gins, Brandies, Wines, Bourbon, and Rye —ALSO — Dublin, London, Scotch lb Goods sold at the lowest cat express orders will receive pron JOIIIV iVAGJ augl3 233 Federa JOHN MIFLE IMPORTERS OF AND D Foreign and Domest AGENTS FOR THE LOST STOCK ALE AND I XXX AND x; 189, 298 & 300 H BOSTON. John miller. e janll:tl I. V. ] For the cure of Dyspepsia, Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Yegel The best tonic and dlurectic i $3 per gallon, with a liberal dis< For sale by the Proprietor ai SAMUEL W. CLIFFORD, 94 street. Boston. ROYAL HUT C. & M. SOHI E D j MICHAEL DOHER r IMPORTERS OF AND DI F...

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SECOND EDITION. Gilmore’s Sacred Concerts, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

SECOND EDITION. Gilmore’s Sacred Concerts, The sacred concert given bv Mr. P. S. Gilmore, on Sunday evening, April-27, for the benefit oi Carney Hospital, filled the Boston Theatre with an immense audience that manifested its appreciation in a marked manner. The programme presented was worthy oi the reputation of the conductor, while its rendering throughout was highly creditable to the artists who participated. Gilmore’s orchestra and military band furnished the instrumental portion, the other pieces being contributed by Mrs. Clias. Lewis, Mile. Tlierese Llebe, violinist, Mr. P H. Powers, and Miss Addle Ryan, who proved an acceptable substitute for Miss Alice Fairman, who was indisposed. With the names of these artists it is hardly necessary to add that the entertainment was of fair quality and highly pleasing to the audience. Mr. Gilmore’s rendering of the cornet obligato in * ‘ Let the Bright Seraphim,” sung by Mrs. Lewis, was warmly received, the vocal part being also well execu...

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Lecture by Wendell Phillips. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Lecture by Wendell Phillips. The enterprising Catholic Lyceum Association of Charlestown, Mass., have effected an engagement with Wendell Phillips to lecture in Monument Hal), Charlestown, Slay 8, for the benefit of St. Mary’s Church. His subject will be: *• O’Couneil’s Career and Fronde’s Calumnies.” The subject gives lnm the broadest scope of any he has yet delivered on Irish History and English Historians.

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Mr. Bellew’s Farewell Heading. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Mr. Bellew’s Farewell Heading. . Mr. J. M. Bellow, who has so completely woo the endorsement of critics and the public, during his short professional tour in America, gave his farewell reading In Boston, at Tremont Temp]e> on the evening of April 30, to a large and appreciative audience. , lie exerted all his powers to make his farewel reading memorable. Tub Massachusetts Beer Law.— The very general impression that the amendment to the Beer law was to go into effect oh May 1, is a little in advance of the facts of the case. There has been quite a movement made in the way of “closing up,” draping and changing business among the liquor dealers, but the final action for decided warfare has not taken place. The law does not go into effect until the second Tuesday of May, and until that time it Is supposed that business will thrive at the breweries and at the shops. After that eventful clay, however, the large manufactories, as well as the small retail saloons, will be proceed...

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Vote of Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Vote of Thanks. At a meeting of the Executive Committee of the Catholic Union of Boston, held on the 30th ult., the following resolution was unanimously adopted Resolved, That the thanks of this committee be and the same are hereby tendered to Mr. William Doogue. for his kind donation of an elegant floral centre-piece, on the occasion of the meeting of the Council on the 10th of April. W. S. Pelletier, ? secretaries J. B. O'Reilly, \ Secretaries. No further movements of the Modoc expedition are reported. Colonel Gillem’s despatch gives the loss of the ill-fated reconnoitering party as sixteen killed and six wounded. There are rumors of a massacre of American traders by Sioux at Cypress Hill, on British territory, 450 miTes from Fort Gariy. Will some friend loan or give us a copy of the song-book, ‘ * Wearing of the Green? ” Send it to The Pilot Office.

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