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WHAT TO TEACH THE BOYS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

WHAT TO TEACH THE BOYS. Teach die dear boys while they are young To make good use of all their time; To watch with greatest care their tongue, And make good use of each spare dime; To be to those around them kind, Do what they can each one to bless; Thus their own happiness they’ll find Increased by others happiness. And torch tlun> when they need new “Clothes,” Coat, Pants, Vest, Hat and Shoes complete. That they can buy them at Fenno’s , Oorner of Beach and Washington street.

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Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

Business lie A SUCCESSFUL IMOVi IN ESS—C V NNIN < EMPOHHTJJ The new and original metho general retail business In the the complete furnishing of a i to housekeeping, which was i: city at 2iW Washington street: ye Sir ago, lias proved a marked that exceeds even the most sail originator. Cunningham's E: the name by which the proprh of traffic has designated liis cs well-known a store as there street to-day. Its reputation creased with the public iron beginning. It early demonstr* popular want. As the result entered upon popular favor, dreds of people, honest,enterpi and deserving, who desired to b but had not the means adequate all the materials therefor. Tin besides who needed credit, vet for it to strangers, or to ask" tin These and others found in tli Cunningham had established j qulred to meet their condition.' These things made the Empori the Outset. Its doors hud har< or, rather, perhaps we should hardly been more than stated to l the liberal an i judicious...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

DEATH! MASSACHUSE Bhown'E—lu Boston, Edwar< years, second son of the late esq., of Brownstowu. county M Dublin (Ireland) and Cant cony. Hall—ln Lowell, April 23, c ward Allred, only child of Tliel Hall, aged 1 year, 11 mouths, a THE MAR Prepared Expressly foi The following prices are p; Dealers in Faueuil Hall Market Boston Wholesale Pico flutter— Choice selling from mon,3o@3Gc; Western, 28@373 The market is declining. Cheete— Factory, 13@15c; v< dairy, 12^2@15c; common, B@l Eggs— lB@l9c IS doz., Easter: ern. flea ns— Range from $2 50@3 1 A ml**. C 17/SsO W atertown Live Stoe Prices of Market Beef— A few Extra, $9 50@10 25: lirst quulit quality, $C®,7 60; third quality, 5 Prices of Store Cattle— Work] $lOO, $l5O to $2OO, *275; Milch from $35®60; Farrow Cows. $ll 87; Yearlings, slo® 18; Two vi Three years old. s3o® 15. Prices of Sheep and Latribssl ‘25, and $1 50 each; Extra s(ai7/aC ft; Yearling l-ambs Calves, s4® 13. Prices of Hides. Tallow an Hides, 9&amp...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

PAIN-Kill TIIE GREAT Family Medicine Taken Internally* Dysenlary, Cholera, Diarrhoea Cramp , and Pain in the St on Bowel Complaints, Painters Liver Complaints, Dyspeps Sore Throat, Sudden C Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, B Sores, Sprains, Toothache, 1 Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Coughs, Etc., Etc. Used Externally, Etc., Etc., Et Sold by all Druggists. UNION BOSTON. —AND— stems of room, stating col figures desired, will x-ecel and careful attention. Corner Union tfi Hanc Entrance 78 Union £ Learnard <&> I my3:4t :8 I>R. M. K. HAB No. IVB Harrison Opposite Bonnet street, - - - Office Houks—9 to 10, a. n 7 to 9, evening Letter from Fatlu Convent of St. Vincent Fi Februa My Dear Mr. llaveety I not give you revised copies of a sermons for your second volume as have been’revised by me, am others immediately on mv arrh shall have time on ship-board revision of them all. If you bring them out as you the first volume, I shall be more hope that my friend...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

PERSONAL. “G. G. TANARUS.,” write home, and don't leave us in this suspense. S. Information wanted of ANNE GRIFFIN, who formerly lived with Daniel Badger. No. 2 Ashland street, Boston. She will find something to her advantage by leaving her address with Julia O'Connell, at No. 34 Bowe street, Cnarlestown, Mass my 3 EXCELLENCE Is appreciated , as is shown in the continually increasing sale of the celebrated Sl* lAC EI« IA X USTEEL PENS These pens are comprised in 15 numbers; of the Number One Pen alone, we sold more than 4,500,000 in 1872. They are of superior English make, and are ’famous for their elasticity, durability, and evenness of point. For sale everywhere. For the convenience of those who may wish to try these pens , we will send a Sample Card , containing all of the 15 numbers, by mail on receipt ol 25 cents. ' IVISON,BLAKEMAN, TAYLOR & GO., 138 <sc I<LO Grrand. Street, IVEW YORK. my3:4t:pd SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT ! no, HAVE RECEIVED ANOTHER ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19,22, and 23 Dock Square, THE OiVLY One Price Boys’ Clothing Store In Dock Square, and the Best Place in Boston To Clothe Your Bpys at Low Prices. E\ EBY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. my3:Bm TO BUILDERS. L. HUTSTT, CONTRACTOR, Having made arrangements with Lumber Merchants, etc., is now prepared to undertake building on a large scale. Parties would do well to send their plans, etc., to him at Box 536, Brantford, Ontario. Any nnmber of contracts will be taken, so send plans at once. dec If :6m :pd NOTICE. To the men who received orders on Dillon, O’Keefe, and Boyle, from Sawyer and Durgan, for work done on the Boston and New York Central Kail road, by applying to me you will now be settled with, at 22 Jefferson street, Worcester, Mass. P. O’KEEFE. April 18,1873. my3:4t Important Literary Announcement! In the Press, to be published in a few weeks, a book of paramount importance to the CATHOLIC PUBLIC, entitled: “PROF...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

THE POSTAL CARD. Send for a sample copy of The Catholic Youngf Folks’ Magazine, —CALLED— The Young Crusader, Per POSTAL CARD, which can be had for one cent, postage included, at anv Post-office. ...',i. te y our , own address on the blank side, and on the printed side write MOUISTGr CRUSADER, 3?. O. BOX 169, mlO :3t BOSTON, MASS. millinery. MADAME M. FORGEOT, No. 9 Hanover st. Boston, is now ready to receive her friends and rw?/vr?o rs ".®5 e ljas a large assortment of FRENCH GOODS, of her OWN importation; also a large stock of Human Hair. Silk and Linen Imitation, etc. All at the lowest prices. 1 N.B.—Formerly Maria Craffey, of 411 Wasliington street. apl9:3m:B TO & FROM EUROPE, INMAN LINE MAIL STEAMSHIPS, TO AVI) FROM LIVERPOOL, CALL. HG AT QUEENSTOWN. CITY OF PARIS Saturday, May 3 CITY OF BALTIMORE Thursday, Mav 8 CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, Mav'lo CITY OF BRISTOL Thursday, May 15 RATES OF PASSAGE FROM BOSTON CABIN— SBS and 8100 Gold, according V accommodation. OUTWARD...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 10 May 1873

MALDEN DTE HOUSE. 45 Court Street, OPPOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, BOSTON. • First-class work at lower prices than any other Dye House! n Boston. ooh ;iy G-ENTLEMKN FURNISHING their own cloth, I will cut, make and trim, in a superior maimer, at the following prices:— Business Coats $lO to $l4 Dress Coats 16 to is Overcoats 10 to 22 Pants and Vest y 50 each On hand a stock of the most fashionable and desirable jtoods in the market, which will be made up at fair and reasonable prices; Military and Band Uniforms, as above. Sole proprietor of the G. A. R. Monogram Buttons, large and small. JOHN R. FARRELL, “(opposite New PrtOT Building) over Boylston Market. febls:tt TO & FROM EUROPE. Passengers Brought FROM Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, by all the Steamers landing at Boston and New Tor'- ■- *■-- - - -Ork, at tiie lowest rates. Also passengers sent to the above places from Boston and New Y $ F. ' all tlle Steamers, at the lowest RATES RATES OF PASSAGE —From Queenstown, Liv...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'at at be thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MAY 17, 1873. No. 20.

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The Glove and the Lion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Glove and the Lion. BY LEIGH HUNT. THE PILOT^ Boston, May 17, 1873. King Francis was a hearty king, and loved a royal sport, And one day as his lions fought, sat looking on the court; The nobles tilled the benches round, the ladies by their side, And ’rnong them sat the Count de Lorge, with one for whom he sighed: And truly ’twns a gallant thing to see that crowning show— Valor, and love and a king above. and the roval beasts bel ow. Romped and roared the lions with horrid laughing jaws; They bit, they glared, gave blows like beams, a wind went with their paws; With wallowing might and stifled roar, they rolled on one another; Till all the pit, with sand and mane, was in a thunderous smother; The bloody foam above the bars came whizzing through the air: Said Francis, then, “ Faith, gentlemen, we’re better here L an there V DeLorge’s love, o’erheard the king, a beauteous, lively dame, With smiling lips, and sharp, bright eyes, which always seemed the same; She thought, “ The Coun...

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OUR NEW STORY. BY A DISTINGUISHED IRISH AUTHOR. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

OUR NEW STORY. BY A DISTINGUISHED IRISH AUTHOR. In this week’s issue we conclude Miss Mulholland’s beautiful story, “ The Wicked Woods of Tobereevil.” In our next issue will appear the first chapter of “ Uncle Silas,” a powerful story from the pen of one of the most distinguished Irish writers of this century, James Sheridan LeEanu, author of “ The House by the Churchyard,” “ The Tenants of Malory,” etc., and also known wherever the Irish people are scattered, as the author of “ShamusO’33rien,”one of the most dramatic and powerful popular poems in the English language.

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Our Paris Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our Paris Letter. Paris, April 16, 1873. GOOtt SIKHS. Although Easter was heralded in on the wings of a very easterly wind, the holidays during the recess and the relig‘ious ceremonies of Holy Week were favored by tine weather. It. is stated that such large crowds' have never been known to attend the churches. The number of men who drew nigh to the Holy Table at Notre Dame exceeded three thousand, and a locality in Paris, famed for a very irreligious population, Belleville, one that became so sadly notorious under the Commune, saw the largest congregation that cvergathered under the roof of its parish church. Neither was sacred music made so much of in preceding years. There were concerts of musique spirituelle at all the public halls, and Rossini’s Stabat Mater was even sung at the Folies Borgeres , certainly not the best place for such a performance, but it was conducted with great solemnity and decorum. Another performance of a very high order, a sacred drama, or rather the orato...

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Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our Irish Letter. Cork, April 21, 1873. Tlxe Failure of the Land Act Occupied the attention of a Conference held in Dublin, last week, at which the farmers of the north and of the south, of the east and of the west, joined hands in declaring that nothing could come out of. Mr. Gladstone’s famous measure but big sheep farms, fat cattle, and emigration. Every Quarter Session’s Court gives abundant evidence of this*. The small holders are being slowly but steadily rooted out of the soil, and get ‘ ‘ compensation ” that hardly pays their law costs, or at best enables themselves and their families to quit the country. The Conference w T as a very interesting one—not that it has declared anything new, or can do anything good, at least, for a while—but that it showed how sensibly and friendly the Orange yeoman of the North and the Celtic Catholic farmer of the South can come together and talk their grievances over, and lookout fora remedy. If frieze-coated farmers can do this much, what wa...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our English Letter. J. F. O’D. London, April 18, 1878. The British I'almerstouian Policy—Bally where you cnn— No longer recommends itself to the people at the head of the Foreign office. It is a maxim which cuts both ways, and which, moreover, is liable to expose its meanness and hollowness at inconvenient seasons. Some weeks back, it was openly stated that a Carlist prop aganda was holding its sittings in London, collecting funds and arms* and moving earth and heaven to further the so-called insurrection in Spain. The Spanish Minister represented the matter to our Government, and pointed out that if they did not take steps in the matter the result might be another Alabama imbroglio . Our sages replied that they were helpless, much as they regretted it. and so the question dropped. Now, we hear that the American Minister has addressed a friendly remonstrance to Earl Granville on the subject; and this morning’s Daily News , a journal always “ inspired” when the Cabinet has anything s...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Our Canada Letter. JAY KAY. Ottawa, May 2, 1872. Indian Troubles;. There is danger of the Modoc disaffection reaching across to our side of the line, as the startling news has arrived that there has been a light on Canadian soil between a party of Americans and a band of Blackfeet Indians, in which forty of the latter and a large number of the American party were killed. Later advices report a continued state of trouble (two Sioux Indian having been poisoned bv some Americans), and it is feared that the spirit of strife will prove contagious to the Indians of Manitoba, our northwest province. Indeed I would not be greatly surprised to hear tidings of a general rising of our Indians in the northwest, as they have not been fairly treated with by general accounts, and the Dominion GoVerument have grossly blundered in all their transactions with regard to the lied River country, or Manitoba, as it is now called. In acquiring this northwest territory they so far disregarded the feelings ...

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Consecration of Dr. Corrigan. OUR YOUNGEST BISHOP. REVIEW OF HIS FIFE. Sermon by Bishop McQuade. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Consecration of Dr. Corrigan. OUR YOUNGEST BISHOP. REVIEW OF HIS FIFE. Sermon by Bishop McQuade. The truly grand, and very impressive ceremony of consecrating the new Bishop of Newark, the Right Rev. M. A. Corrigan, took place in St. Patrick’s Cathedral, in that city, on Sunday, May -1, in presence of a large concourse of laity of all denominations, and one of the largest assemblages of distinguished Catholic churchmen ever gathered in an American church, to witness and participate in a similar ceremony ._ The ceremony formed an epoch in the history of New Jersey Catholicity. The scene inside was simply grand, heightened by the presence of tw’o Archbishops, fourteen bishops and over 100 priests, all in full vestments aud cauomcais. SKETCH OF Ills LIFE. Right Rev. Michael A. Corrigan was horn in Newark, N. J., August 13, 1839. From his boyhood years he became a great student, and in time was’ sent to Mount St. Mary’s College, Emmetsburgh, Maryland, where he graduated with high honors...

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Religion and Politics. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Religion and Politics. If reports from the Sandwich Islands are true, the missionary element there has either converted all the heathen and been obliged to turn to new fields of labor ? or else the gentlemen who largely comprise and govern it have given up their first love for a more pretentious rival. Infact, the new King is charged with being under the control of the missionary politicians, who, though entirely Americans, do not counsel their sovereign to adopt a policy friendly to America unless it promises to advance their private interests ami lead to political preferment and pecuniary profit. Missionary Hall is Minister of the Interior; Missionary Judd is Attorney-General, and another Missionary Judd is Ad-jutant-General: Missionary Whitney is in charge of the Government Press; semi-Missionary Bishop is Minister of Foreign Affairs; Missionary Hitchcock is Inspector-Gener-al of Schools; Missionary Gulick is Chief Clerk of the Interior Department, and Missionary Castle is in cha...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE PILOT ' IB PfJELIfUIKD BY PATRICK DONAHOE, 380 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. M ASS.i 10 WHOM ALL LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED. MUONS. IS ill CASES IS Ht Delivered by Carriers in Boston 9 3 00 “ “ six months 150 “ ** lour months 1 OO E.mrle Subscribers, by Mail, one year J 50 “ ** * k six months.... 195 »• “ “ three months. 65 Clubs ol three, or more, by Mall, one year 2 OO «i »v i* “ sixmonthsl OO .. .* » three “ 50 5o Ireland (C. S. postage prepaid) 3 OO Boston Wholesale Denier* : HEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. "WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. BEE. MoCARY. No. 9 Thatcher court. No. End.

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