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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. The following facts have an interest for those persons who contemplate insuring their lives : JohnP. Kobins, of Columbia, Pa., took out a policy of Life assurance, No. 230, for $ 2300, in the Equitable Life Assurance Society. At the end of seven and one quarter years, after paying premiums amounting to $765.60, he died. Upon this the Society paid in cash to his representatives $ 4201.34; an amount consisting of the sum originally assured, $2300, with dividends added, $1961.31. E. W. G. Lewis, of Lynn, Mass., took out a policy of Life assurance, No. 295, for $3OOO, in the Equitable Life Assurance Society. At the end of eight years, after paying premiums amounting to $252.48, he died. Upon this the Societv paid in cash to his representatives $3110.78; an amount consisting of the sum originallv assured, $3OOO, with dividends added, $410.78. Thomas M. Turlay, of New York City, took out a policy of Lile assurance No 425, for $3OOO, in the Equitable Life Assurance So...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
An Extraordinary Discovery. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

An Extraordinary Discovery. There are good grounds for the belief that a remarkable historical discovery has just been achieved in Brazil, no less than an engraved stone, bearing a Phoenician inscription, commemorating a visit to Brazil some five centuries before the birth of Christ . The circumstances are Vis - conde de Sapercahy, a member of the Emperor’s Council of State, received three months ago a letter from Parahyba, enclosing a drawing of the inscription upon a stone which the writer’s slaves had come upon during their agricultural labors on his farm, and which drawing had been made by the writer’s son, who could draw a little. This copy was turned over to the Historical Society of Rio, and by it to Senor Ladislao Netto, Director of the Rio Museum, for an examination. On examining it he was surprised to find that the characters were pure Phoenician. The inscription is of a commemorate stone—a rough monument erected by some Phoenicians ol Sidonia, apparently exiles or refugee...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Practical Sympathy. from the numerous friends who have I sent us letters am cl subscriptions in advance, we select the following:— The Pilot in IVortli Easton, Mass. North Easton, Mass., 1873. Mr. Doxahoe—Dear Sir:—l send you by express 573, payment in full for my club and chromos of Father Burke, which you will please forward immediately. Yours, JOHN BEIRNE. In Great Valley, IV. I’, Great Valley, N. Y., April 1, 1873. Dear Sir: —I send you $l3. ‘2O, for 6 subscribers I to The Pilot. M. H.Cullinan. In Geddes, IV. Y. Geodes, N. Y., 1873. I Dear Sir:—Please find an order for $ll, for 5 ; copies of The Pilot. John Cody. In Hamilton, tint. Hamilton, Ont., May C. 1873. | Dear Sir: —Enclosed find $13.20, for 6 copies ! of The Pilot, with cliromo. Yours, Stephen Clary. Hamilton, Out.. April 29, 1873. Dear Sir: —Enclosed find $17.(10, for 8 more copies of Pilot (all new), making in all 18 subscribers that I have sent you this year. All admire the beautiful chroino of Father Burke, and retur...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Beware of Swindlers, Many dishonest persons are going round soliciting subscriptions for lira Pilot. People should be cautious in their dealings with all canvassers for our paper or books. They should not, in any case, pay their money unless the goods are delivered. Neither should they trust these pedlers with framing or binding, except where they show their certificates. There are many good honest men who do buy books and pictures, and deal honestly with their customers; but they are always able to show their authority. No one is authorized to canvass for The Pilot unless he can show a certificate signed by Mr. Donahoe, and printed in red ink. The following is a fac-simile of Mr. Donahoe’s autograph: BOOK TRADE. NICHOLAS M. WILLIAMS, Catholic Bookseller, nAS REMOVED TO 1181 WASHBIGTOX STREET, In the Marble Bank Building near the New Cathedral, Boston. jy24:tf HOLYOKE CATHOLIC BOOKSTORE AND EMIGRATION OFFICE. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and former patrons that he sti...

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THE LEAP FOR LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

THE LEAP FOR LIFE. BY GEORGE F. MORRIS. Old Ironsides at anchor lay. In the harbor of Mahon: A dead calm rested on the bay— The waves to sleep had gone; Wien little Hal, the captain’s son. A lad both brave and good. In sport, up shroud and rigging ran, And on the main-truck stood! A shudder shot through every vein— All eyes were turned on high! There stood the boy, with dizzy brain. Between the sea and sky; No hold had he above, below— Alone he stood in air; To that far height none dared to go— No aid could reach him there. We gazed, but not a man could speak! With horror all aghastIn groups, with pallid brow aud check. \Ve watched the quivering mast. The atmosphere grew thick aud hoi Aud of a lurid hue— As riveted unto the spot Stood officers and crew. The father came on deck: he gasped. "O God, Thy will be done!” Then suddenly a rifle grasped, And aimed it at his son. ' ‘ Jump, far out, boy, into the wave! Jump, or i tire,” he said; * • That only chance your life can save; Jump, j...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” Easy things to make—Mistakes. A iuvlk company—A gang of thieves. A hap stylo of arithmetic Division among families. Motto for amateur violinists—Bowing and scraping. A mob is a monster: all head, but no brains. When is charity like a bee?—When it begins to hum. Forgiveness is the odor flowers breathe when trampled on. Pretty girls aro the guide-boards that point the way to the State of Matrimony. As we grow old, time surrounds us by those who love its, instead of those we love. Why is the letter G like the sun?—lt is the centre of light. Second thoughts are the adopted children of experience. Beauty without kindness dies unenjoyed and undelighted.— Johnson. The removal of dust, snow and ice from the streets of Boston last year cost $ 125,000. A learned Bishop wittily defines a speaker as “a man who is able to think upon his legs.” The passionate are like men standing on their heads; they see all things the wrong way. Ladies trav...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

SHIPPING-. PASSENGERS Brought from and Sent Home to Ireland, in all the LINES OF STEAMERS sssaKsyaisl Arriving at Boston autl IVew l'oik, and Mailing; therefrom AT THK LOWEST PLATES ! PATRICK DONAIIOE, Boston, Mass., desires 1 5 make known to hia countrymen that he is now prepared to bring out passengers from Ireland, send home money, etc., etc. For the purpose of entire protection a fund is constantly kept on deposit in the Provincial Bank of Ireland, against which MR. DONAHOE issues drafts, payable at sight, for 11 and upwards, on the Bank, and all its branches, and has hereby, for the last twenty-five years, afforded a mode of remittance perfectly safe and unquestionable. The principal objects of MR. DONAHOE are:— Ist. By the sale of his Bills on the Provincial Bank of Ireland, and by keeping ample funds there to meet the same, to furnish to the Irish people in tills country a safe remittance to their friends in Ireland. - 2d. To receive moneys from persons and to purchase for th...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

SHIPPING-. THE ANCHOR LINE. Steam to and from Glasgow, Liverpool, and Londonderry. One of the favorite Clvde-bullt Passenger Steamers, ACADIA. COLUMBIA, SCANDINAVIA. ALEXANDRIA .DORIAN, SCOTIA, ANGLIA, ETHIOPIA. SIDONIAN, EUROPA, INDIA, lOWA, ISM ALIA, TRINACRIA, TROJAN, TYRIAN, UTOPIA, VALETTA. VENEZIA, VICTORIA, ASSYRIA, AUSTRALIA, BOLIVIA, BRITANNIA, CALEDONIA, ITALIA, CALIFORNIA, OLYMPIA, CAST ALIA, ROMA, Sails every Wednesday and Saturday, at Noon, from Pier •-'O, North River, N. Y. Passage Rates:— Glasgow, Derry, Liverpool and Queenstown, etc., by Saturday Steamers, Cabins, §O5 and &75 in gold. Cabin Excursion Tickets. §l3O. By Wednesday Steamers Ca,l>in Hates areiu Currency. STEERAGE from Boston, §3O; to Boston. §33. Intermediate.from Boston, §35 ; to Boston, §42, in currency. Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Antwerp, Gottenburg, Christiana, Copenhagen, Ac.. ar very low rates. Drafts Issued payable at any Bauk In Great Britain and Ireland. ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

GROCERIES <fco. TEAS AXE COFFEE OF FUSE FLAVOR. GROCF.RIES, Teas. Coffee, and Flour at lowprices. Goods delivered In Boston and vicinity free of expcuse. Orders maybe left at 17 Prospect street, Cambridgeport. or sent t<> our store, 1067 Washington street, corner of Groton, Boston. J. H. COBB & SON. myil :6m :7 13 4 LIN ST RE! El T , DEALERS IN First Class Family Groceries, FOREIGN AXi> DOMESTIC IVIAES, SPIRITS, <fcc. Goods securely packed for transportation to any part of tlie 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 and 123 Pencil Street ; 75, TO and 81 SoutH Street. Goods delivered free of charge in any part of the ci iv. feb!2 :tf COXjXjEGi-ES. A. -11. I). ’ juos r ro-sr collbg-b, Near the Church ol th...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

'VVINES.LIQ.TTOTRS, &c 1. Y. B. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss 01 Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Vegetable Bitters. The best tonic and diurectic now in use. Price. $3 per gallon, with a liberal discount to the trade. For sale by the Proprietor and Manufacturer. SAMUEL \Y. CLIFFORD, 94 and 9d Commercial street. Boston. ian2:tf ROYAL DUTCH GIN C. & M. D. SCHIEDAM. MICHAEL DOHERTY & CO., .MPORTERS OF AXI) DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AGENTS FOR XX and XXX Amber and Tale Ales and Porter Nos. 73 Kndlcott, 319 Horth, and 130 Knceland streets, Boston. Sole Importers and Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands , " Royal Dutch Gin.” * aplOttf JOHN MILLER & CO., IMPORTERS OF AND DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AGENTS FOR TIIE BOSTON BEEP. CO. , STOCK ALE AX I) PORTER, XNX AND XX ALES, 189, 298 & 300 Hanover St., BOSTON. John miller. henry j. slayin. janll rtf ESTABLISHED IN 1 847. JAMES COLLINS k C...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

MEDICINES. Cyano-Pancreatine. A Sure Cure for Dyspepsia and Disease of the Chest. This Medicament, compounded by the Sister- “ Pharmaciennes ” of the General Hospital (Grey Nunnery),contains no ingredient which can in any way harm the system. The following certificate is from Dr. Beauhien, of Montreal, which is subscribed to by many other moment physicians:— “Asa compound, it is entitled to rank amongst the most beneficial of all special remedies, principally in the following cases:—lst, Dyspepsia or derangement of the digestive faculties’, where it produces astonishing effects throughout all stages of the disease, provided there be no organic hurt, in which case the Medicament can only impart a temporaiw relief. Its curative properties having been already tested in a great number of the abvoementloned cases, leaves not the slightest doubt of its efficacy. 2d. In Bronchitis or Pulmonary Catarrh, it acts as a calming remedy, facilitates excalming remedy, facilitates expectoration, re...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

SAVINGS BANKS. EMIGRANT SAVINGS BANK t>2 Temple Place. (Near tile Provident Instituiif n for Savings. i The Bank is open daily from 9 o clock a. m to 3 o'clock p. in. Saturday evenings from 5 to 8 o’clock. Refebexcks— The Kt. Kev. the Bishop of the Diocese-of Boston, and the Bight Rev. the Bishop of the Diocese of Springfield, and the Clergy of Now England. Rate of Interest- Six per cent, per annum Money Orders and Drafts should be m->de navable to the President. 1 ‘ 3 apa PATRICK DOKAHOE. President. Mercantile Savings Institution, V T FAV BANK BPILDUVC, IVO. 387 Washington street, Boston. This is the only Savings Bank in the State that pays interest on deposit for each aud every full calendar month they remain in bank. The institution has a guarantee fund of $205,000 for the express protection of depositors. ap26:13t:7 UNION INSTITUTION FOR SAYINGS, 37. 37. BEDFORD STREET. PAYS Six Per Cent. Interest, FREE OF ALL TAXES ! CAPITAL INVESTED, $3,50 0,000, Undistur...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ITALY. Condition of the Pope. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ITALY. Condition of the Pope. SECOND EDITION. Rome, May 13.—The Pope was very feeble yesterday. He had a fainting fit which lasted an hour. To-day his condition is rather worse, showing excessive debility. This is the eighty-first birthday of His Holiness , but be was unable to give audience to tbe deputations which called at the Vatican to tender their congratulations. A grain of allowance should be made for this announcement.

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The Strikes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

The Strikes. In Sttiode Island. Providence, R. 1., May 13.—Most of the cotton mills in Woonsocket started up this morning with more or less of their former operatives, affording those who wished to work an opportunity to do so. A sheriff’s posse from this city was present in the town, but their services were not required. In \(\v York. . New York, May 13. Horseshoers from Massachusetts went to work to-day for Avenue C Railroad Company at three dollars a day and board. The police protect them against anticipated difficulty irom striker's. The hat and cap makers hereabouts are organizing for an effort to secure better wages than five andsix dollars a week of sixteen hours a day. The journeymen tailors in the wholesale manufacturing branch of the trade, who make from eight to ten dollars a week, working sixteen hours a day, are reorganizing with the hope of improving their condition. The strike of the Brooklyn Gas Company’s employees is a total failure. The company has secured a comple...

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A Beautiful Death. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

A Beautiful Death. The holy calm, the almost, unruffled joy with which we see some souls meet death, robs, for a time, the king of terrors of his awiul attributes. This was beautifully exemplified a few days since when Sister Margaret, of St. Elizabeth’s Hospital, in the city of Worcester, Mass., breathed her last. For six months previous she had been chained to abed of pain, and compelled to receive that assistance, which, to bestow upon others, had long been to her a joy. During the many weary days, the many sleepless nights of her last illness, no mulmur ever escaped her; but always the same sweet smile, the same impress of holy patience dwelt lovingly on her countenance. And the secret of this beautiful death is to he found in ‘ • that ardent charity which forsaketh all things,” whose potency the subject of these lines recognized, when, donning the humble garb of St. Francis, she betook herself to the task of alleviating, in her own humble way, the many sufferings of our poor hu...

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Carney Hospital Fair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Carney Hospital Fair. Boston, Mass., May 12, 1?73. To the Editor ol The Pilot. Dkar Sib In your report of the voting for the temperance banner, at the Fair in aid of the Carney Hospital, you made a mistake in crediting St. ‘Vincent’s T. A. Societ.% with 153(5 votes; it should have been St. Valentine’s instead. If you will be kind enough to allow me space in your paper, I would like to correct a mistatement which appeared in one or two of the daily papers, to the effect that St. Valentine’s Society withdrew in favor of the St. James’Young Men. Such is not the fact, as every dollar we had to give was given in the name ol our own society. lam led to make this correction in order that both the St. James’ and St. Valentine’s may get whatever credit is rightfully theirs. Yours respectfully, John O’Bkikn, Vice-Pres. tit. Valentine’s T. A,S.

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Condition of Fr. Myles o’Reilly. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Condition of Fr. Myles o’Reilly. The Kcv. Myles O’Reilly, of Springfield, Mass., who met with a serious accident on the railroad at Framingham, May 7, is still at the Massachusetts Hospital, in Boston, where we learned on the 14tli that his condition is quite encouraging and out of danger. The injury is not as great as at first announced, his leg being amputated only a little above the ankle, and it is healing rapidly. The Hospital oilicials have paid him good attention, and purpose moving him to improved quarters in a few days.

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Source: Boston College
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Work in Factories. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 24 May 1873

Work in Factories. The Massachusetts State Senate has passed, to be engrossed, the bit] forbidding the employment of children in manufacturing establishments, after amending so as to read “under ten years of age,” instead of under twelve. The bill establishing ten hours as a day’s labor for women and children employed in manufacturing establishments was ordered to a third reading by a vote of 11 to 9. Union Savings Institution.— The annual meeting of the Union Institution for Savings was held iu Boston on the 13th, at 4 o’clock, at the rooms of the bank, No. 37 Bedford street. The following officers wero elected: President John C. Crowley; Vice Presidents, William H. Thorndike, Rev. JamesFitton, Josiahßardwell, Michael Doherty, Joshua D. Ball, William I. Bowditch, Rev. George A.. Hamilton, James Collins, Theodore Metcalf, Rev. James Simeon, 8. J., Robert 11. Waters, Jas. 11. Tallon, Rev. Robert W. Brady, S. J. , Rev. William Bryne, Bernard Foley; Secretary, George F. Emery; Trustees...

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