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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

IMPORTANT WORKS. GEOLOGI AMO KRVKILATIOX: or, Tlie Ancient History of tlie Earth Considered in the Eight of Geological Facts and Kevealed Religion. With Illustrations. By the Rev. Gerald Moll*y, D.D., Professor of Theology in the Royal Colloge of St. Patrick, Mayuootli. Anew edition. Revised and enlarged by the author. 12mo. Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. Price $2 00 THE PASSIOX I’hVV AT ORERAJIMEKGAII IK THE SUNHIiIt OF 1871. By the Rev. Gerald Molloy, I>.D. Third edition. With twelve beautiful full-pago photographs of scenes aud I characters in tlie play. I)entl.,4xo. Cloth | bevelled. Price 300 BIBEIOGR A Pin A CAT 110 I, Ic A I AMEIIICAXA. A List of Works WritI ten bv Catholic Authors, and Published in the United States. By Rev. Joseph M. I Finotti. Parti. From 1784 to 1620, incluj sive. Bvo. Cloth bevelled 500 ; F hKITIAIVGE. An Interesting Story. From the French of Madam Augustus Craven. Bvo. Cloth 1 50 Till’. HIAI. PRESEXCE OF THE BODV ALVD BLOOD OF OUR LORD JESUS CHRI...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Carney Hospital, Boston. The Sisters of Charity at this institution gratefully acknowledge the receipt of a set of harness, valued at §75, the gift of Mr. John O’Connor, comer Beach and South streets, and also various Christmas presents—including § 100 in cash from several individuals for the use of the hospital. The Sisters take occasion to state likewise that the following parties have contributed towards the purchase of a market wagon for the hospital, viz. Jordan, Marsh & Cos., a Friend, Alden Calef, John Hagerty, Bev. M. X. Carroll, G. V. Field, $lO each: Aldrick&Tinkham,Bumham Bros., Mathew Monk, John McGrath, Benjamin James, Thomas Manning, Clias. Linehan, Patrick Sinnott, G. W. Leonard & Son. Henry B. Stratton, P. Donohoe, James Scott, *J. Sullivan, Denis Sullivan, George H. Tinkbam, ffm. Manning, Itev. D. O’Cailaghan, Sullivan Bros., H. Kelly, a Friend, a Friend, Rev. Father Delaney. and James Can-oil, $5 each; Samuel* Filton, and P. J. C...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted Of Mary Ann Tiiurson ; was last heard of in Quebec, CE, living with Shaw & Cos. Address William Irvine, Bytown Hotel, Montreal. C K. jll Of John Golden, who left Ottawa, Out., in 1863; at that time was in the employ of Thomas Hanley Baker. Information concerning him will be received by his sister, Mary Golden. 225 Ninth street, Troy, N. Y. j 4 CAVAN. Of Ann Cusick, a native of towuland of Lathermore. parish of Gill, county Cavan, who came to America about 13 years ago,’with a partv named Robinson: when 'last heard of was in Brooklyn. Information concerning her, dead or alive, will be received by her cousin'', Bridget Martin. Direct to Patrick Smith, No 6 Smith street, Providence, It I. ‘jll Brooklyn and New York papers please copy . GALWAY. Of Patrick Bowes, townland of Peak, parish of Cappa, near Aughrim, county Galway, who came to this country about 20 years ago, and landed at Philadelphia, ’information of him will be...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

THE BOYS’ STAB CLOTHING STORE! 19, 22 & 23 Dock Square, THE ONLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE IN' DOCK SQUARE, AND TIIE ' Best Place in Boston To Clothe yonr Boye at Eow Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. V. A. Messinger & Cos., PROPRIETORS. feblO:tf :Btli THE EAGLE CLOTHING CO. HAVE A SPLENDID STOCK —OF—MEN’S —AND—BOYS’ 11 a m ONE PRICE! —AND—EYEEY GAEMENT WAEEAITTED! Cor. Washington & Essex Sts. oc2G:llt:SUi PARLOR FURNITURE, Sofas, Lounges, Easy, 3?arlor, and Rocking Chairs, manufactured Tty I3IY A3IyYINT, SIIyYYV & CO., Importers of Laycork’s best English Hair Seating. Salesrooms: 2 V Sudbury, 69, VI, &, V3 Portland Streets, Boston. j anil:3m:8 DR. H. ,1. GAFFNEYi 407 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. Office Hours—7 to 9a. m., and GtoBp. m. a27:tf WHY !)() AGENTS ENDEAVOR SO MUD TO SELL BIBLES IN NUMBERS ? Wlille we are selling them for nearly half the price, bound in Blocked Turkey Mo...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

I TO <fo FROM EUROPE. WHITE STAR LIHE CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL BETWEEN New York, Cork, and Liverpool. NEW AND FULL-POWERED STEAMSHIPS. OCEANIC, REPUBLIC, BALTIC, CELTIC, GERMANIC, BRITANNIC, ADRIATIC, ATLANTIC, Sailing- from New York on SATURDAYS, from Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way. From the White Star Dock, Pavonta Ferry, Jersey City. Passenger "accommodations (for fill classes) unrivalled, combining SAFETY, SPEED, AND COMFORT, Saloons, slate-rooms, smoking-room, and bathrooms in MIDSHIP section, where least motion is felt. Surgeons and stewardesses accompanv these steamers. Rates—Saloon, $BO gold. Steerage, $3O eur- • Those wishing to send for friends from u ..!• V oullt[ -y can now obtain steerage prepaid certificates, $33 Currency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of AmerPams, Hamburg, Norway, Sweedeu, India, Australia, China, Ac. Drafts from £1 upwards THE ANCHOR LINE. Steam to and from Glasgow, Liverpool, and Londonderry. One o...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. EUROPEAN PASSAGE T«TS. OUTWARDS —AND—PREPAIBS. Passengers forwarded to or brought from any Railway Station in ENGLAND, IRELAND, or SCOTLAND to BOSTON, at lowest rates. Cabin Tickets, from BOSTON to LIVERPOOL, QUEENSTOWN, GLASGOW, DERRY, or LONDON, for $6O, $O3, and §75 currency; and first-class Excursion Tickets from BOSTON to the above named ports and return for 8120 currency, Steerage from LONDON to BOSTON for 832. For Passage Tickets and Drafts on Great Britain or tlie Continent, and full information, apply to 0. L. BARTLETT & CO., 16 Broad Street, Boston. inli23:tf:3tb PASSAGE TICKETS TO OB FBOM QnceiistoiYn or Liverpool, (xlasgow and Perry, —AND — Drafts for Money, PAYABLE IN England, Ireland, and Scotland, AT LOWEST EATEB, MAY BE HAD FROM WARREN & CO., 3 30 State Street, Boston, Mass. ian2 STEERAGE PASSAGE REDUCED. INMAN LINE —OF— Powerful Royal Mail Steamers, TO AND FROM LIVERPOOL, Calling at Queenstown TWICE EVERY WEEK. &...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

The Pilot. Bo just, and Fear Xot. Let all the ends thou aim'd jit he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY iS, 1873. No. 3.

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Irish Castles. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Irish Castles. Anon., from Hayes’ Ballad Poetry. THE PILOT. Boston, January 18, 1873. 4 * .Sweet Is ora h, come here aiul look into the. tire; Ilayhe in its embers good luck we might see; l’.ut don’t come too near, or your glances so shining, Will put it clean out, like the sunbeams, muehree. • ‘Just look 'twixt the sods, where so brightly they’re bunuing, There’s asweet little valley, with rivers and trees, — And a house on the bank, quite as big as the squire’s — AV'lio knows but some day we’ll have something like these? *♦ And now there’s a coach, and four galloping horses, A coachman to drive, and.a footman behind; That betokens some day we will keep a fine carriage, And dash through the streets with the speed of the wind.” As Dermot was speaking, the rain down the chimney Soon quenched the turf-fire on the hollowed hearth-stone; AVI file mansion and carriage in smoke wreaths evanished, Aud left the poor dreamers dejected and lone. Then Norali to Dermot, these words softly whisp...

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The Words of Pius IX. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

The Words of Pius IX. Translated from the Italian for The Pilot. On Wednesday, 4.th of December, the Holy Father received the homage of the children educated in the Conservatorio Tor lonia. The Holy Father made a brief discourse to these children, on that occasion, of which the following is a translation: — Jly Dkak C.iiij.i>im:n\ —I will live you my benediction , with the greatest effusion of my heart. 1 have heard with deep pleasure what these two good children here present have said to me, and because they said it well, and because they have said it with modesty and a slight timidity. This is a laudable and a gooil thing, and it is a beautiful sign of the Christian and delicate education which you receive: since effrontery , and even a certain evil frankness belongs to the young of your age, as unfortunately is too frequently seen in those who frequent the moderii schools. I was reading an homage (1 have not yet, finished reading it) an article in a journal (the Unitu ...

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Roman Chronicles. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Roman Chronicles. CONNELLAN. From Otir Special Roman Correspondent. Home, Thursday, Dec. 12, 1873. Feast of Tilt Immaculate Conception. This Feast was celebrated on the Vatican on Sunday last. The Holy Father's imprisonment now deprives the faithful of the happiness of seeing this festival observed with all the attendant ceremonies which were so prominent a feature in its observance here previous to the invasion of the Italians. A low Mass was celebrated at half-past seven in the morning,- in the Sistine Chapel by the Soverign Pontiff. About a hundred ladies and gentlemen were present, and they received Holy Communion from the hands of the Holy Father. Mgr. Nardi thus describes the spectacle presented on the occasion:—“ The silence, (he bate Avails, the closed doors, and more than all the fervent and silent prayers made by men and women in many different languages, but with one same heart, left a fooling of deep emotion on the mind. The venerable Pontiff had almost no other vestment...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Our English Letter. London, Die. 18,1872. A Dissolution of tin- Parliament Is, by till accounts, immediate and inevitable. The House is growing tired of its function, and the famous “ Ministerial majority ” utterly unsafe. Mr. Gladstone is no longer the leader of a compact body of partisans, but of a following of grumblers and malcontents, whom nothing but decency, or rather shame, prevents from breaking out into open rebellion against their chief. The prospect of a smashj up is terrible to.scores of the old case-hardened whigs, who, making the Church their point d’ appui , have systematically voted with the Minister against every measure which might benefit their country, and in support of every measure meant to further enslave and cripple it. Their dies tree is at hand; and no honest man will regret their ex pul - j sion from the constituencies they have conspired to stultify and disgrace. There will be rare work in Ireland at the 1 coming elections, but more savage excitement and...

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Pius IX. as a Builder. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Pius IX. as a Builder. The Roman correspondent of :t French paper says,in a recent letter —“ In the morning walks I have lately taken to distract my mind from Paris news, I have, thanks to the Commune, thoroughly studied two hundred and seventy churches and oratories, of which one hundred and thirty are convents. Now, what I saw of Pius IX .*s works in these walks is truly extraordinary. lie has made, or helped to make, the Piazza Pia and Piazza Mastai. The public garden of Montorio and the splendid tobacco-manufactory below it are his work. His name is on several baths and wash-houses, workmen’s lodging-houses, and four or live asylums for young girls, lie has restored the hospital of Santo Spiritoj and the Emporio, an ancient port of tlie Tiber, still full of the marbles which were sent up to the emperors and prefects from Lucca, Africa, and the East. In short, Pius IX., without feverish activity or talkative fussiness, has been an excellent promoter of useful public vvoyks. But h...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF " HEsTi uV HISTORY." (’llAl’TEli YI1 —(Continued). Miss Martha saw the one cow feeding on the lawn, and the few famished hens that were pecking about the doorstep. The door was opened by a dreadful old woman a mass of rags and patches, whose face was disfigured, apparently, by the grime and discontent of years. This was the wretched old woman who was held in aversion by the country because, for some reason best known to herself, she had chosen to devote her services to the miser of To - bercevil; to live a life of starvation under an accursed roof. It was doubtless but seldom that she was required to answer a summons at that inhospitable door. She looked as scared at the wholesome apparition of Mbs Mourne, as if she had been suddenly confronted with a whole gang of thieves. All across the vast and empty stone hall, and away in the chamber where he stood at the moment, Simon Finiston | hear...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall ltlver, Mass.-I. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. | V< w Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. 1 TIERING HAST & MAi SON: S. S. COLLINS, £ Mathewson street, j \>w lock City.—THE AMERICAN NEWS CO.. 121 Nassau street, i Brooklyn, A. I.—M. NF.VIN. Albany, A. V.—BERNARD HUGHES, No. C 92 Broadway. ! Troy, A. V.-P. .7. DOOLEY, 182 River street. ! Oswego, A. V.—GEORGE 11. I [EES. i Buffalo, A. \’.—T.S.IIAWKN, :j] E. Stneca st. Philadelphia, Pa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., i 505 Cliestuut street. | Erie, Pa.—SELL & BACKUS, 708 State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, JSd. —lI.TAYLOR,Sun Ironß’ding Cleveland; O. —ll. KRAMER, KAWSON EVANS & CO. I Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO ! .1 . P. WALSH; .T. RICH ARDS; J. R. 11AWLEY. ! Chicago, HI—WESTERN NEWS CO. St. Louis, Mo. —PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK A- NEWS CO. ; Louisville,Ky.— A.HUNTER :C.T.DEALING ! Milwaukie, H is.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. ! De...

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SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LAOEYS OF RATHCORE. A. TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LAOEYS OF RATHCORE. A. TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. From the Dublin Nation. CHAPTER XXXll—(Continued). Cheers lons and loud rang through the courthouse at the conclusion of this harangue. Sadleir retired, seemingly deeply affected by the warmth of the reception accorded him.' lie shook hands with his friends all round, and bowed again and again in acknowledgment of the shouts of applause which reached him from below. It was ‘ ‘ the proudest day of his life.” At that instant a comic incident opportunely enlivened the rather tedious proceedings. As the popular candidate gave way, Paddy Matthews emerged from the hack of the Bench, and was beginning to address the assembly, when u halt dozen'Cashel men, wild with excitement, sprang over the frail barrier, seized the would-be orator, and dragged him down to the floor of the court. There they mercilessly pummelled tli little man, until he lay in danger of being converted into a living jolly. He was rescued wit...

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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. BY LAFFAN. Entered according to Act of Congress, in tlie year 1870, In the Clerk's Office of tills District of tlic United States, for tht Eastern District of New York. Ghennan. —This Celtic surname has already be n noticed in The Pilot . Cappinger. —This surname—already noticed in The Pilot —is of Danish extraction. The earliest settlers of the name in our native laud located themselves in the countv Cork, in which county many families of the name are yet to be found. The name is traceable in the Annals of Ireland for full seven hundred years. We make our present response to our welcome correspondent, E. J. Cappinger, of Taunton, Mass, whose father, William Cappinger, we are pleased to hear, was a native of Middletown, county Cork, Ireland. Caldwell.— From Mrs. H. T. Caldwell, Virginia, city Nevada, Lallan has received an inquiry relative to this surname, with the remark that “one of the members of the Londonderry emigrated ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December 17. ARMAGH. SACRILEGE IX A CATHOLIC CHArEL.—A little girl, named Madden, and who is deaf and dumb, was arrested Dec. 11th in Lurgan, ou a warrant, and brought before John Hancock, esq., ,1. P., on a charge of having stolen some silver ornaments lrom the Lurgan Catholic Chapel. The magistrates returned her for trial at the next petty sessions.— Cork Examiner. Purchase ok Irish Railways.— The following letter has been received byJ. Hancock,esq., J. p., chairman of the Lurgan Town Commissioners‘ ‘ Chief Secretary s Office, sth Dec., 1872.—Sir—I have to acknowledge the receipt of your letter oi the 3rd inst., forwarding a copy of resolutions passed at a public meeting convened ior tin* purpose of promoting the purchase oi the Irish railways, and the completion ol the Irish railway system by the Government; andtolniorm you that the resolutions xvill be laid before his excellency the Lord Lieutenant.—lam, sir, your obedient servant, T. H. BCRKJE.” — Le...

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The Courts. Bankrapts amt Insolvents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

The Courts. Bankrapts amt Insolvents. Bankrupts —Alexander Davison, of Kncckboy. county Antrim, flax spinner and pnwerioom weaver, to Surrender on Tuesday, Dec 31, and on Tuesday, Jan 14. Roderick o'Don nell, of Galway, in the county of the town of Galway, to surrender on Tuesday, Dec 31, and on Tuesday, Jan 14. Insolvent Debtors—Petition filed byDec 10—George Dully, iate of 160 Townsend st., in tiie city of Dublin, baiter. Petition filed against— Janies Grange, of No 2 Drumcondra-road, in the city of Dublin, draper.

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