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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

MEDICIN BISHOP SO Is a positive cure for Sciatica, 1 ralgla, Spinal Complaint, Coutr Back, Sprains, etc. It lias cur by physicians as hopeless, and tain cuke fob Sciatica. 1 you. Always procure large 1 cases. Large bottles, 51.50. sn Sold by all druggists. F. W. proprietors, Boston, Mass. “ Household Cash Book.” Cyano-Pancr A Sure Cure for Dyspej ease of the Cl This Medicament, compound) “ Pharmaciennes ” of the Genei Nunnery) .contains no lngredien wav harm the system. The -following certificate-is fr of Montreal, which is subscribed eminent physicians:— “ Asa compound, it is entitled the most beuefieial of all special pally in the following caseslst raugement of the digestive facul duces astonishing effects tlirou tiie disease, pro\ ided there be ui which case the Medicament can < porary relief. Its curative prop already tested In a great numc mentioned cases, leaves not the its efficacy. 2d. In Bronchitis tarrh, it acts as a calming reme< pectoration, reliev...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

COXJISr SELLORS. E. B. O’COSAOK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 33 School street (Niles Block—Office 26.) jan4:ly CHAS. F. BOXSEILY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Jan2:tt Boston. P. A. COLLIAB, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-lAW, 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Eire doors north ot State street.) THOMAS IULEV, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Rostou, Mass. JelB:tf PATRICK J. FLATLET, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. ) e 22 :ly :7th JOSEPH It. FALLON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tt 47 Court street, Boston. JOHN C. € KOI V LEV, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office JVo. 5 IViles Block, Court Square aud School street, Boston. 3an2:tf THOMAS F. MAGUIRE. ATTORNEY xVND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, IVo. 13 Court Square, Jan2:tf Boston. J. E. FITZGERALII, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. 47 Court st. (RoomS), jan2:tf Boston. PATRICK O’ItEIBNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 19. T Broadway, cor. of Dcy, nuil IVo. 2 Bey street, Hear the Astor House , KE If' YORK. Rkfeken...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

DECORATORS. FLAGS AND BANNERS. IN SILK, BUNTING, AND COTTON: Send for prices. I £ BUNTING, 18 Inches wide, by the piece or yard. MILITARY AND REGALIA GOODS. GOLD AND SILVER LACEB, FRINGES, CORDS, BRAIDS, STARS, TASSELS, BADGES, H ARPS, * SHAMROCKS, CROSSES, EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, [society badges and regalia. MILITARY, MASONIC, AND ODD FELLOWS’ BOOKS. POLLARD & LEIGHTON, Importers and Manufacturers, 104 Treinont Street, BOSTON, MASS. Please mention this paper, and the land of goods wanted, when you wiite for price-list. aulB:ly:7th BANNERS FOR SOCIETIES, SCHOOLS, &C. Mtt. DONAHOE is prepared to receive orders from'Societies and Schools for Banners and Flags, for Processions. The Paintings and Designs will he executed according to the suggestions of the parties ordering, and in the very best manner. Orders respectfully solicited, and estimates furnished. Address PATRICK DOSAROB, 300 Washington st., Boston, Mass. TE S TIMOZST J...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

GROCERIES &<?. • 13 4. LINCOLN STREET, . DEALERS IN Pirst Class Pamily Groceries, l OUEIGA 7 AVI) DOMESTIC WISES, SPIRITS, &c. Goods securely packed lor transportation to anv part of the country. Orders by mail or express promptly attended to. JOHN LYONS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALER IN West India Goods, Groceries, Foreign and Domestic Brandies, Wines, Gins, Porter and Ale; also, Pure Teas and Coffees, Choice Brands of St. Louis Flour, 121 ansi 123 Ecacli Street; 75, TO and 81 South Street. Goods delivered free of charge in any part of the citY. febl2:tf ACADEMIES. ST. MARY’S ACADEMIC INSTITUTE, St. Mary’s of the Woods, Vigo County, Xnd. 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 uurivalled facilities for acquiring a thorough and accomplished education. The scholastic year begins SEPTEMBER FIRST. For terms and other particulars, ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

COAL DEALERS. BRINE & CLARK, DEALERS IV COAL and WOOD, Wharf Bridge street, corner of Third, »-> , t> . £- ast Cambridge, AaiinfmJ??* I ; , ;°! lar<1 * Co.’s Auction Rooms, 48 Bromfiold st. Orders by mail promptly attended‘?l J.F. BftlNE, mh * P. T. CLAR^. COAL At tlsc Lowest Market Price, OF TIIE BEST QI ALITY, Delivered in any Fart of tlie City. FOR SALE RY nos WORTH & ITAJYIEITV, aug24 250 Federal street. ALTAR WINES. ALTAR WINES. I hereby wish to inform the Rev. Clergy that I am importing pure Altar Wine, to which factl 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 attended to;’also, constantly on hand, different kinds of sett-imported Rhine Wines, 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...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. SECOND EDITION. ITALY. Condition of tlie Pope. London , May 7. —A despatch from Rome says that the condition of the Pope is precarious. HUNGARY. Twenty Persons ltcported Killed. Vienna, May 7.—A despatch from Pesth brings intelligence of a shocking railway accident near that city. Twenty-one |persons arc reported killed and forty Injured, some of whom are not expected to recover. Six carriages of the train were completely demolished.

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The Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Carney Hospital Fair. The Fair in aid of the Carney Hospital closed on the evening of the 7tli, at the St. Janies Theatre. The elegant gold watch on the floral tablo was awarded to Mr. M. MI. Norton, that gentleman receiving the largest number of votes, which was 3900. The punch bowl and service on independent table was won by Mr. P. S. Gilmore. The following was the vote : P. S. Gilmore 349; Carl Zerrahn 208; Dr. Willcox 36. The competition for the magnificent Temperance Banner was exciting in nature; hut it closed in favor of one of the pluckiest societies in New England—The St. James’ Young Men’s T. A. Society. East Boston made a fine show for the banner, hut couldn’t quite reach the effort of the St. James. The number of votes that won the banner was 6642, representing upwards of $l6OO. We congratulate the St. James’ Society on its success and prize. The Fair, taking all matters into consideration, has been a success, and the receipts will net a handsome sum for the worthy o...

Publication Title: Pilot
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“Mrs, Jarley” Again, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

“Mrs, Jarley” Again, The excellent entertainment of “Mrs. Jarley’s Wax Works ” is to he repeated in Boston Thursday evening, May 15, in the Hall of Boston College Those who did not go to see and hear “ Mrs. Jarley” in Tremont Temple lately should not miss this opportunity. The entertainment is directed by Protestant gentlemen—Mr. G. E. Derby especially—who have kindly interested themselves in the Carney Hospital. The object is very good, and we can assure our Boston readers that il they attend they will find the entertainment "one of unusual enjoyment.

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The Late Rev. John B. Purcell, of Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Late Rev. John B. Purcell, of Boston. At the regular weekly meeting of the Grattan Literary Association of the city of Worcester, held April 28, the following Preamble and R< solutions were unanimously adopted:— WHEREAS, In the mysterious dispensation of His all-wise Providence, it has picased Almighty God to remove from among us our highly esteemed friend, the Rev. John B. Purcell.who departed this life on April 24, 1873; and. Whereas, We are desirous of testifying our high appreciation of his many noble qualities while Uviug, and our lasting respect for his memory; therefore, be it Resolved , That while we bow with humble submission to tile will of our Heavenly Father, we mourn the loss of a beloved friend and faithful Christian. Resolved, That though we shall miss him here, where his face had become familiar to ua, yet we earnestly pray that he is hut gone to enjoy the glories of a brighter and happier world. Resolved, That we,individually and collectively, tender ...

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Sad Accident to a Priest. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Sad Accident to a Priest. On the alternoon of Wednesday, May 7, Rev. Myles O’Reilly of Springfield, Mass., while about taking a train at Framingham, was run over by the cars, and his leg injured so that amputation became necessary. He was brought to Boston and conveyed by Officer Mahoney to the Massachusetts General Hospital, in Blossom street, where he now lies in as favorable a condition as could be expected, though, we regret to say, not yet out of danger.

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Death of Chief Justice Chase. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

Death of Chief Justice Chase. Chief .Justice Chase died at ten o’clock, on the morning of May 7, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. W. S. Hoyt, 4 West thirty-third street, New York. His death was caused by a stroke of paralysis, which attacked him at eight o’clock the morning previous. He was totally unconscious from the moment of tiie fatal attack until the hour of his death, and failed to recognize any of his relatives and friends who were assemled around the bedside. Fatal Accident. In Charlestown, Mass.. Edward Lanagan. an employee at the Charlestown Navy Yard, was almost instantly- killed on Saturday afternoon, May 3. He was in the large forge shop, engaged in removing some scrap iron from a large pile, containing about .a ton, when the whole mass gave way and completely buried the unfortunate man. He lived only about fifteen minutes after being taken to the dispensary. Lanagan lived on London street, East Boston, and leaves a widow and five children in destitute cir- | cum...

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The Louisiana Troubles. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

The Louisiana Troubles. The aspect of the strife for political supremacy in Louisiana grows worse, and a general* appeal to arms is greatly to be feared, if the despatches from New Orleans and other points in the State are true. An almost successful attempt to assassinate Governor Kellogg is reported, several gun stores at New Orleans have been broken into and robbed, and it appears that the Metropolitans sent to St. Martinsville to install the Kellogg officials are hemmed in and overpowered by armed citizens, who have gathered and organized m considerable numbers. A sharp engagement occurred there on tli6-7th, but without delinite results, so far as reported. Bitter hostility is everywhere manifested toward the Kellogg Government and whatever supports it. Wij are requested to announce that the *• Passage” to Ireland donated to the Fair for the Immaculate Conception Church, Lowell, Mass., by the Inman Line, was drawn by number 3653—Richard Barry, Fellow st., Boston, Mass. We regret ...

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THE BETTER WAY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE BETTER WAY. He who to all is just and true. With whom he deals from day to day. When he his labors shall review. Will feel it was ** the better way.” Besides, what pleasure it will give To have those he has dealt with say—- “ He’s willing other men should live,” Which all will own" the better way.” k • The better way ” when Boys need ‘ * Clothes ,” Coat, Pants, Vest, Hat and Shoes complete. Is to purchase them at Geohge Fenno’S , Corner of Beach and Washington street.

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

BIRTH. IVEW JERSEY Reakdon—At 317 First street, May <>, tlie wife of Michael M. daughter. J. C., N. J,, Reardon, of a DEATH. MASSACHUSETTS. Coyne—At Charlestown, April 23, Miss Mary Coyne, Cuff’s Grange, comity Kilkenny’. Ireland, deeply regretted by all her kindred. OBITUARY. Died, April 29, John Cusack, of 1. Mass., agedsl years, born In Charleville, county Cork, Ireland. He emigrated to Ibis country In 1850, and settled in Lawrence, where he resided up to the time of his decease, and by his upright character and quiet disposition gained the esteem of all who knew him. On Friday, May 2, his remains were COHYeyed to the church of the Immaculate Conception, where a Requiem High Mass was ottered for the happy repose of his soul. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn his loss. May his soul rest in peace. Our father, dear, has left us For the region of peace and joy. But we hope some day to meet him • in that world beyond the sky. Cork papers please copy.

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE MARKETS. Prepared Expressly for The Pilot. The following prices are paid by Commission Dealers in Faneuil Hall Market:— Boston Wholesale Produce Market. Butte) —Ranges from 33@35c'for good: fair, 28@30c. Market weak. At Richmond, Vt., 30@-31c; 20@25c for ordinary; Cheese in R , new, 7@loc. Cheese —ln Boston, 14@16%c and 17c for factory; ordinary, 9@loc for dairy. Eggs —l6®lBc 'S doz. Beans— May be quoted from $2 50@3 50 $ bush. Apples —s3 SO f) bbl. Dried Apples —As quoted last week. Grass Seed —Continues firm, without change. Potatoes— Jackson Whites. 90c(q)$l $ bush. ;Early Rose, 90c; Davis seedling, 95c %*, bush. Ilay— Swale a drug, at $l6 $ ton; prime, s26@ 27 ton; common, slB@2o. Stratc— s2s@26 $ ton. Grain and Flour market. flour —Ranges front $5 50@10 and $l2 bbl. Corn —72®.73c bush. Oats- t-i bush. Shorts—s23(3)ll) ton. Provisions— rork is quoted at $lO 50@20 <§* bbl. for mess; $15@15 50 for prime, and $20@21 50 bbl. for choicer—Beef is firm and the supply is ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

PAIN-KILLER! THE GREAT Family Medicine of the Age. Taken Internally, it Cures Dysentary, Cholera , Diarrhoea , Cramp, and Pain in the Stomach, Bowel Complaints , Painters' Colic, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia and Didigestion, jSore 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:lru:B O 78 •f y UNION STREET, V # \ ■ v <p BOSTON. —AND—WINDOW SHADES. LEARNARD HARTLEY Are offerlug a full Hue of ENGLISH TAPESTRY CARPETS —AT—--95 CENTS PER YARD, Also a lot HEAVY ALL WOOL 3-PLY CARPETS, $1.50. The above are PERFECT in every particular, anti worthy tlie attention of the TRADE, and those who are furnishing, orders by mall, with dimensions of room, stating colors and size of figures desired, will receive our prompt and careful attention. Corner Union & Hanover Streets, Entrance 78...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

PERSONS Should this meet the eve of who was living with J. 11. Avals ness maker. In 1869. at 10>.j Brooklyn, near Fulton, he Is ei to communicate with his sister, who Is now living with Mr. Frt of Kingsbury Green), at 10J< C New Orleans, La. “G. G. TANARUS.,” write home, and this suspense. Information wanted of ANN formerly lived with Daniel Ba land street, Boston. She will her advautage by leaving her i O'Connell, at No. 34 Bo we str< Mass STILL GREATER R! OFFER A LARGE BLACK S: 1.50, former pr 1.75, 2.00, 44 The former prices were a g market values, and the publ mind that the prices now narnei A Still Further I ALSO, A FINE I WE DESIRE TO STATE," in order to avoid any misunderstanding, that all goods sold in our Retail Department are Strictly for Cash, and money refunded if goods do not suit. We make this explanation that onr principle of doing business may not be misconstrued as a want of confidence. PHILIPPS, SHUMAN & CO., Boys’ Cloth...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19,22, and 23 Dock Square, TIIK ONLV One Price Boys’ Clothing; Store In Docfc Square, ainl the Best Place in Boston To Clothe Your Boys nt Tow Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. my3:3m FRESH FLOWER SEEDS. FOR ONE DOLLAR. We will send FREE by mail, on receipt of One Dollar, ‘JS packets of choice Flower Seeds and our Catalogue, containing upwards of 1000 varieties, with full directions for culture, to any address in the United States. Catalogues free on application. I)EE & DOYLE, Seedsmen and Florists, 57 Tremont Street, Boston. mv!0:4t:8 MILLINERY. MADAME M. FORGEOT, No. 9 Hanover st., Boston, is now'ready to receive her friends and customers. She has 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. N.B.— Formerly Maria Craffey, of 411 Washington street. apl9:3m:B “TO BUILDERS. Tj. I-TUNI 1 , CO...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 17 May 1873

THE POSTAL CARD. Send for a sample copy of The Catholic Young Folks’ Magazine, —CALLED— The Young Crusader, Per POSTAL CARD, which cau be had for one cent, postage included, at any Post-office. Write your own address oh the blank side, and on the printed side write YOXJZSTGr CRUSADER, 3P. o. BOX 109, mlo:3t MOSTO', MASS. JUST PUBLISHED. A BOOK 808 EVERY DEVOUT OATHOLIO FAMILY! Saturday,the Day Consecrated to Mary; OR, Meditations oil the Greatness, the Virtues, nml the Glories of the lllessed Virgin, for livery Saturday in the Vear. Composed by Rev. Francis Garblnl, S.J., translated from tbe German by Rev. Eugene O’Keeffe. Sent, postpaid, on receipt of price, $1 50. THOMAS O’KANE, Publisher, 130 IVASSAV ST., NTEW YORK. Canvassers and Book Agents Wanted. For sale by— PATRICK DOXAHOE, BOSTON, MASS. ap!2:3m :8 TO <fc FROM EUROPE. Passengers Brought FROM Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, by all the Steamers landing at Boston and New York, at the lowest hates. Also passeng...

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