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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

GHOCERIES <fco. TEAS ANT) COFFEE OF FINE FLAVOR, GROCERIES, Teas, Coffee, and Flour at low prices. Goods delivered In Boston and - tree of expense. Orders mav be left at lr r !lf Ct ,S' Cambridgeport, or sent to our store, 1007 Washington street, corner of Groton, Boston. j. h. COBB & SON. my 24 :6m :7 134 I HISTCO X, IST STREET, DEALERS IN First Class Family Groceries, FOREIGN ANI) DOMESTIC DINES, SPIRITS, «fcc. t?7~ Goods securely packed for 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 aiul 123 Beaclt Street; 75, 79 uud 81 South Street. .Goods delivered free of charge in any part of th* city. feb!2:tf ARCHITECTS M. W. FITZSIMMONS ARCHITECT, 49 Temple Place, Boston. References: Snell & Gregerson, Patrick Do...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Pentecost Collections.—Boston Diocese. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Pentecost Collections.—Boston Diocese. SECOND EDITION. The following is the annual statement of the returns of the Fentecost Collection, for 1872, in the Diocese of Boston, in aid of the ‘‘Fund for the Education and Support of Catholic Students.” The number of students depending wholly or in part on this Fund is now sixty-three. Since the last report, the Bishop has purchased for a Diocesan Seminary site, fifty-eight acres of land in the town of Newton at a cost of 522,000. On this he has paid the sum of $13,000. Churches. Amount. I Churches. Amount. BOSTON. I LOWELL. Oatli. Chapel..slooo 00 St. Pa trick’s... $3OO CO St. Joseph's... 431 00 St. Peter's 152 00 St. James’ 539 00 Im, Conception 170 00 St. Mary’s 332 00 St. Joseph’s — 100 00 SSPeter* Paul 310 00 „ Immaculate Gloucester 22 Conception.. 328 00 Franklin 48 80 St. Pattlek's... 102 50 H0J1i5t0n......... 40 00 Holvßedeemer 270 75 St.Gregory’s,llaStar of the Sea 53 O'. „ verlull... 100 00 Assumption... 18125 I’reneb Church, St ...

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The Memory of Father Haskins. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

The Memory of Father Haskins. At the Annual Meeting of the Trustees of the House of the Angel Guardian, held in Cambridge on the lutli day of May, 1873, the following tribute of respect to the memory, and of heartfelt affection in the deep-rooted remembrance of Rev. George F. Haskins, was unanimously resolved : Whkheas . In the death of Father Haskins we have lost a friend long tried and affectionately cherished in our persona] intercourse with him.' Where AS, Father Hr skins lias endeared his name—and very deservedly so. too—to the Catholic Clmrcli In these United States by Inaugurating a work before untried, the rescue, namely of the uncared-for waifs of Catholic Society from the danger and degradation ot street life. Whereas . For the space of twenty-two years since the outset of h!s work, from tlie Spring of 1850, to his demise, October 5, 1872, he had, with unflinching zeal, untired energy and bold courage —meeting obstacles of many kinds and of great magnitude—persevered in bi...

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Shell Association, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

Shell Association, The Sheil Literary and Benevolent Association of Boston' gave a very interesting, anniversary entertainment at Caledonia Hall on the evening of May 15, which brought together a large number of tlie membeis and friends of the organization who sat down to an excellent supper furnished by caterer Read. At tlie conclusion of the repast, the meeting was called to order by the president. Mr. J. J. Kelly, who introduced the toastmaster, F. J. O'Hara and also gave an interesting sketch of the Society, dating back about a quarter of a century. The other toasts were : ‘ ‘Boston and her Institutions,” responded to by lion. Martin Griffin; “The Clergy ” bv Rev. J. A. Millerick; “America,” by A. A. O’Dowd; “Richard Lalor Sheil,” by W. J. Roche; “Our Sister Societies,” by.T. a". Mcilvaine; “Tlie Judiciary,” by W F Dwyer and J. F. Farley; “The Ladies ’’ by Dr. J. A. McDonough, and “The Press” by 11. O’Meara. The toasts were interspersed with recitations by Messrs. Kennedy, Doyle...

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COMMON SENSEI [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

COMMON SENSEI Some to learning make preutence; Few possess good *‘ common sense;” Wheresoe’er we chance to he Proofs of this we daily see! Some in beauty take great pride, And less handsome folks deride; Who at trifles take offence, Through their want of * ‘ common sense.” But the Boys who buy (heir “ Clothes” At the store of George Fenno’s, Where so many Boys they "urcss,” Show they '* common sense” possess.

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AGENTS WANTED IN [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

AGENTS WANTED IN IRELAND, ENGLAND, SCOTLAND. NOVA SCOTIA, NEWFOUNDLAND. NEW BRUNSWICK, CANADA, PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND, and all the principal cities and towns in the above places, to canvass for The Pilot. Men and women make from $3 to $5 a day. Father Burke’s Chromo Likeness is given to all regular subscribers who get their papers by mail, and who pay twenty cents postage, in addition to the subscription price. Single subscribers $2.70. In clubs $2.20. Those who desire to embark in the business cim address Patrick Donahoe, Boston, Mass., who will send the circulars with full particulars. New Story.—-New Clubs.—New In- ! ilncenvenls. New subscribers can commence with the ! new story, and date their subscriptions from June 7, 1573, to June 7, 1874. Every subscriber who pays $2.70 will be entitled to the splendid chromo of Father Burke (worth $2.50). Clubs of three and upwards, at $2.20 each, with chromo. Agents wanted in every city and town in the United States, Canada, etc. Active men ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

THE MARKETS. Prepared Express])' lor The Pilot. The following prices are paid by Commission Dealers in Faneuil Jlall Market: — Kostoii Wholesale Produce Market, i Butter— Finest Vermont ranges from 32@-38c; 1 New York, 31@32c; Western. 30(3)31 c; common i runs down 2cc, and lower: bakers’, 10@12c¥ilb. Market dull. Cheese— Fine, IK® 17c; medium. T2(a!l0c; dairy, 9@lsc, as to quality; common, B@loc. Market not very active. PQ r js —18>i@20c doz. for Eastern; Western, 15® 16c; Market firm. Beans— Rangefrom S2 60@3 50 bush. Apples— $4 50%»bb1. for Russets. Dried Apples —6%@9c lb. Potatoes Range from 80@90c for Jackson Whites;F.arly Rose,Bs@9oc 11 bush. Hay— s3o ton for good. Straw— s 27 11 ton. Grain and Flour J Flout —Firm; $5 50@12 50 'f, bb Corn— 7otg}7iie bush. Oats - 50@00c bush. Provisions —Lard is weak, and buyers. 'We quote city and W Pork is quiet, at for mess, and $ll 50 for prime Weef is lirm and unchanged, a mess; slli@ll lor extra iuess, for family. Watertown. Fi...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

PAIN-KILLER! THE GREAT Family Medicine of the Age. Taken Internally, it Cures Dyseniary, Cholera, Diarrhoea, Cramp, and Pam in Pie Stomach, Bowel Complaints, Painters' Colic, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia and Indigestion, <Sore Throat , Sudden Colds, Coughs , £7e., £/c. Used Externally, it Cures Boils, Felons, Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Scalds, Old Sores, Sprains, Toothache, Pain in the Face, Neuralgia, Rheumatism, Frosted Feet, Etc, , Pic., P7e. Sold by all Druggists. my3:lm:B “human hair" SWITCHES. 3 ounces, 28 inches long $ 5.00 4 •* 30 “ 8 OO 4 “ 32 «• 10.00 Grey Mixed, 3 Ounces, 28 in 10.00 Top lli-aids from 50c. upward. EUROPEAN HUMAN HAIR SWITCH CO.. 399 Washington Street, Nearly opposite Globe Theatre. Orders by mail promptly attended to. Send samples. my3l :lt :8 :pd “Froude’s Crusade.—Both Sides.” CONTENTS. I. Lite and Labors of Father Bourn— His Career In Ireland, Rome, and America—His Influence on the Iris’n-Amerioan Element—His Characteristics as a Preacher His Cont...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19,22, and 23 Dock Square, Tm: oxiy One Price Boys’ Clothing Store In Dock Square, and the Best Tlace in Boston To Clothe Your Hoys at tow Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. my3:3m LOOK OUT FOE SWINDLERS. Many persons in Rhode Island and vicinity have been swindled ol late through persons representing themselves belonging to well known houses, thus securing books to bind (which are never returned), selling worthless pictures, Bibles. etc.; and as my name lias been used by some of those swindlers, to carry out their plans, I would state that Ido not employ any persons to sell goods unless I supply them with cards, receipts, letters, elc., to prove their identify at once, and I never allow my books to he taken to hind without my printed receipts are given instead. William Walsh is not now in my employ, and I shall not be responsible for any bindings given him in my name. S. S. COLLINS, May 10, 1873 . 5 &a...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

New and Important Work on Philosophy, EIEMEXTS OF PHILOSOPHV, Comprising Logic and General Principles of Metaphysics. By Rev. W. n. Hill, S. J., Professor of Philosophy in the St. Louis University, Mo. Just Published, price $1 50 This Work is from the pen of one vrho lias devoted many years to the study and teaching of "That it is sound in principle, is guaranteed by Jhe well known character of the studies in the "Society to which the author belongs, whilst his experience as a Teacher leaves no room for doubt that his book lias been written in clear and correct language. It is elementary and must be concise; yet it treats the important points of philosophy so clearly, and contains so many principles of wide application, that it cannot fail to be especially useful in a country where sound philosophical doctrine is perhaps more needed than iu any other. Specimen copies will he sent by mail, prepaid, to Teachers and others, with a view to introduction, on receipt of one-half the retail...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

TIT | VAfl S°l<l on easy monthly instalV]) a 1 Ija gV ments. Purchasers will find it B lil 1 1 111 {or their Interest to call before * I U buying elsewhere. HALLETT & CUMSTON, 359 Washington street, Boston. my 17:3m :8 ' TO & FROM EUROPE. Passengers Brought FROM Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, 57 ‘0 Steamers landing at Boston and New \ork, at the lowest tjates. Also passengers sent to the above places from Boston and New t.FJL‘ C F s P AT ™ E lowest rates RATES Oh I ASSAItI. From Queenstown, Liverpool, London. Glasgow, Londonderry. Bristol, or Cardiff $33. Children from one to twelve years, Sltt. Infants under oue year S3. From America to the Old World—B3o. Children under twelve years half price. Infants under one year free. Address or call at—--52 Temple 3?lace, Boston, at Rooms of Emigrant Savings Bank. Letters from the country promptly attended to. Drafts for £1 and upwards, at the lowest rates.’ PATRICK DONAHOE. To my Old Country Friends....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 31 May 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. NATIONAL STEAMSHIP €O. York to Liverpool Every Wednesday* Calling at Queenstown to land Passengers. To Loudon Every Alternate Saturday. KATES REDUCED. Cabin Passage, §BO and §OO. Cabin Passage Out and Iteturn, §l3O. Currency. STEERAGE PASSAGE FROM LONDON, LIVESpooI, Queenstown, Glasgow. Derry,etc., To Boston, §3l. From Boston, §39, Through passage to Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, Bremen, etc., at corresponding rates. Apply at the office of the Company. No. 69 Broadway, New York, to F. W. J. lIUK.ST, Manager. And toi cabin, steerage, prepaid, and outward tickets to Agents for New England, IV A lilt E A & CO., jan2s:tf 136 State street, Boston ANCHOR LINE. FROM Glasgow or Derry. Parties wishing to send for their friends in the North of Ireland or in Scotland, should purchase their tickets by the Anchor Line. Their friends can then take the Steamer at Glasgow or Derry, and avoid all the impositions often practised on the American bound emigrant at L...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 7, 1873. No. 23.

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The Death of Jahez Dollar. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Death of Jahez Dollar. FROM “BON GAULTIER'S ” BALLADS. THE PILOT. Boston, June 7, 1873. TlieOno-ress mot, tlie day was wet. Van Buren took the chair, ■On either side, the statesman pride, of fair Kentuck was there. With moody frown , there sat Calhoun, and slowly in Ills cheek ilisquid he thrust, and slaked the dust, as Webster rose to speak. Upon that day, near gifted Olay, a youthful member sat. And like a free American upon the floor he spat; Then turning round to Clay, he said, and wiped his manly chin, “ What kind of Locol'oco’s that, as wears the painter’s skin?” “ Young mr.n,” quoth Clay, ‘ k avolo the way of Slick of Tennessee, >of gougersfierce, the eyes that pierce, the fiercest gouger he. lie chews and spits as there he sits, and whittles at the chairs, And in his hand, for deadly strife, a bowie-knife he bears. “ Avoid thatknife! In frequent strife its blade, so long and thin, Has found itself a resting-place bis rival's ribs within.” But coward fear came ...

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ANOTHER FIRE IN BOSTON! STREETS IN FLAMES. TOE NEW PILOT BUILDING SAVED. OUR STOCK DESTROYED. OUR MAILING APPARATUS SAVED. The Globe Theatre Burned. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

ANOTHER FIRE IN BOSTON! STREETS IN FLAMES. TOE NEW PILOT BUILDING SAVED. OUR STOCK DESTROYED. OUR MAILING APPARATUS SAVED. The Globe Theatre Burned. As we write, on Fridity forenoon, May 80, a section of Boston is again in flames, aud the awful gloom of smoke and sailing cinders envelops the eastern side of the city. The streets are crowded with holiday folk, who came to see the ceremonies of Decoration Day; but they will go home to-night and tell, in no holiday tone, of the awful flag they saw flapping over Boston. The city is rapidly assuming the confused look that we got used to seven months ago. A large section is closed in with ropes, and only the interested residents are allowed to pass. We cannot now state the extent of the fire, for it has not yet been even checked in its destroying course. From appearances, the fire must have broken out in the rear of the large establishment of Haley, Morse, and Boyden, Washington street, or in the stable and carriage -house behind, both of...

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Wandering Away. A Married Priest—An Unfrocked Friar--Hyncinthe and Priest Anton. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Wandering Away. A Married Priest—An Unfrocked Friar--Hyncinthe and Priest Anton. CONNELLAN. Special European Correspondence. Rome, May 5, 1873. There is a sort of melancholy interest in following the career of n mind, once noble and pure, in the downward path of error. Many lessons may be drawn from such an example.* The evil results of intellectual pride, leading to disobedience, and afterwards to crime and folly, have been made sadly evident in the downward progress of the man once known by the name of Father Hyacinthe, in particular, and by the monstrous absurdities committed in the name of Religion by the sect denominating itself ‘ ‘ Old Catholic. ” Father Hyacinthe, the married priest, the unfrocked friar, has, as is well known, been invited to Geneva immediately after the expulsion of Mgr. Mermillod, the worthy Catholic Bishop who administered, as Vicar Apostolic, the affairs of the Catholic Cathedral in that city. There was a method in the sectarian madness of the Genevese. W...

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PRESIDENT McMAHON. Marshal of France and Duke of Magenta. PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. RECORDS OF HIS FAMILY. A BEAUTIFUL INCIDENT. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

PRESIDENT McMAHON. Marshal of France and Duke of Magenta. PRESIDENT OF FRANCE. RECORDS OF HIS FAMILY. A BEAUTIFUL INCIDENT. Every heart that throb3 with Irish blood thrilled with pleasure on Sunday morning, May 25, when the news spread that McMahon was elected President of France. It was not the mere accession of power that caused joy, for bad men have acquired power in France. With Gambetta and his followers sitting in the Assembly, this could be no great cause for pride. But it was because the power opposed to Gambetta and his “Ited” followers, the power of brains, and honor, and religion, and law, and true patriotism had selected as the most fitting gentleman in France, to take the first place, a descendant of the brave hearts that left Ireland a hundred and seventy years ago—a man, wiio, after all those years, still retained his ancient and honorable name, and warm sympathies for the land of his fathers. THE TREATY OF FIHEKICK. After the Treaty of Limerick the flower of Ireland’...

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THE POPE ON PRESIDENT McMAHON. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

THE POPE ON PRESIDENT McMAHON. Rome, May 27.—The Pope, in a speech yesterday, declared that he had ever prayed for France, but that lie would now pray with greater'conlidenee, for the election of McMahon to the head of that country was a guarantee of order and justice to civilization, which'was menaced on all sides, •

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A Correction. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

A Correction. We take from our excellent contemporary, the Freeman's Journal of New York, the following extract:— Our attention has been attracted, since our last publication, to an advertisement of Mr. Haverty’s that appeared for the past four weeks in our own columns, in it, it is said that Father Burke not only disavows anv version of his lectures except the one that is published with his authorization —which fact Father Burke has stated under his own sis? nature—but that he, Father Burke, looks upon a ‘ ‘ particular passage,” attributed to him in another version, ‘ ‘ as having been deliberately interpolated bv Mr. Meehan with the design of embroiling and injuring him (Father Burke) with his ecclesiastical superiors.” Wc regret having, unknowingly, inserted this in our advertising columns. For we recognize our obligations, even as to advertisements, not to publish anything that we know to be wrong. In the heat of dispute the advertiser seems to us to have done a double wrong—to F...

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