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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

DEATHS. Notices like the following are inserted for 25 cents, MASSACHUSETTS. J: ostou - MaylV, Mrs. Bridget, wife of Laurence Conwell, aged 59 years. MEW YORK CITY. T Hajjrahax May 22. Ann Hanrahan, relict of ?J3£S aa ' a uaUve 01 Adair «’ county Liw-HAND-May‘22 Alice Hand, of Shannon Harbor, King’s county, Ireland. Buckley— Ellen Buckley, a native of Banteer Parish, county Cork, Ireland. H Alt an , May 21, Annie Haran. parish of Abarnlish. county Siigo, Ireland, aged 16 years. Smith— May 23, Sabina Loftus, wife of George Smith, a native of Ballina, county Mayo, Ireland in the 40tli year of her age. Carroll— Hugh Carroll, a native of county Tyrone. Ireland, aged HO. Clancy— May 21, wife of the late Owen Clancy, a native of Manorhamilton Parish, Cloonaclare, county Leitrim. McGraxn—Sarah McGrann, a native of the parish, county Tyrone, Ireland. Gartland—May 24, Peter Gartland, a native of Dublin, Ireland, in his42d year. Clark— May 23, Mary, wife of Bernard Clark, a native of county C...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Great Tichborne Case. BUTCHER AND BARONET. A Summary of the Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Great Tichborne Case. BUTCHER AND BARONET. A Summary of the Affair. A man is now on trial in England, for perjury and forgery, in claiming to be an English Baronet and heir to estates worth £20,000 a year. The progress oi the case is watched with almost as ranch interest in this country as in England; and it is certain that in all the features which go to make the trial one of romantic interest, the present inquiry will far surpass that wliiou began in June, IS7I. and ended abruptly on the t.th of March, IS7>, after occupying the court of Common Pleas one hundred and three working days. Then the “claimant s ” case was wholly heard, while the defence was cut short by the assurance of the jury that thcv wished to hear - no more. 29, ,w the order of procedure is reversed, Tae government is now undertaking to show who the claimant is, wliat his history lias been, and liow an ignorant, unpolished horse thief of Australia came to conceive the idea of passing himself off for...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Who Own the N. Y. Daily Papers, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Who Own the N. Y. Daily Papers, Most of tlie leading newpapers printed in Englisli in tlie metropolis are owned by joint stock companies. The exceptions are tlie HeraUl, the exclusive property of James Gordon Bennett; tlie World, which Manton Marble has had no partner in for several years; and tlie Evening Express. whose proprietors are Jirastus Brooks and James Wilton Brooks, son of the late Janies Brooks. The Times lias at present, it is said, but four stock holders— E. B. Morgan, George Jones, Mrs. Taylor, widow of James Taylor, and Andrew V. Stout, President of the Shoe and Leather Bank. The Tribune stockholders, notwithstanding tlie reports to the contrary, have not materially changed since the death of Horuce Greeley, the resignation of Samuel Mnclair. the publisher, and the purchase ti \e y one sl) ares by William Oiton, of the Western Union Telegraph, and his reselling to the old dynasty all his shares h. 11 1 one. The stockholders are understood to be as follows: Whitelaw R...

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National Wealth and Work, The Mississippi Valley. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

National Wealth and Work, The Mississippi Valley. The Mississippi valley has so many natural advantages of soil, climate, and water communication, that it will soon become the centre of the most powerful nation on the globe. All of its navigable and partly navigable rivers need improvement, to diminish the cost and risk of transportation. On a fair, natural river, or one made for transportation purposes, goods may be carried for about one-third the cost per mile that they can be by railway. Hence, all water courses carrying suliicient volume of water should be made navigable. The federal government will have to do this work, the same as it improves natural harbors on the great lakes, and the Atlantic, and removes obstructions in Mississippi and Red rivers. The practice and principle are well settled. They need extension with the increase of population, wealth, and farm products of the Mississippi watershed. Examine the figures taken from the census: population in 1870. Minnesota lot...

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Our Servant Girls, What We Owe Them. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Our Servant Girls, What We Owe Them. Hon. Edward L. Pierce, in liis lieport as Secretary of the Massachusetts Board of State Charities for 1869-70, a document which ought to be carefully studied by every Massachusetts man and woman, says:—“lf there is one sentiment more than another which should be cultivated as essential to that general progress, it is that of sympathy and brotherhood between all the members of the human family. The rich and more favored should take a deeper interest in the poor and less favored. By this it is not intended so much that the working classes should receive higher wages, or have more asylums founded, or greater public provision made for them; but that, individually, greater personal interest should be taken in their needs, their griefs, their inner life, their amusements and their well-being. A single instance may suflice—that of servants in families. They are in a thousand ways essential to our comfort, of which the interval between the leaving of one...

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For The Pilot. Between Her Beads. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

For The Pilot. Between Her Beads. BY S. H. BROWNE. Virgin Mother, full of grace, Hear tbv kneeling daughter’s moan! Hide thou not thy gracious face, Leave her not to weep alone. Mother, guard him, wandering wide, Smooth the path before his feet; Nightly watch his couch beside, Make his slumbers calm and sweet. Let no dismal thought of me E’er arise, his heart to grieve; Fair and bright his future be, L et him ne’er my grief conceive, Only, Mother, at the last, Let me see his face ouc e more; Let me say, ‘ ‘ Forgive, t^e pas t; > Dear, 1 love you! ’ o’er and o’er.

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The Louisiana Difficulty. The Kellogg Outrage Sanctioned by Grant and the Government—The Minority Governor Sustained by Federal Bayonets—Proclamation of the President. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Louisiana Difficulty. The Kellogg Outrage Sanctioned by Grant and the Government—The Minority Governor Sustained by Federal Bayonets— Proclamation of the President. The President’s proclamation command ins the armed partisans of Gov. McEnery to disperse ■within twenty days, has caused a genuine sensation. For a long time Kellogg has held out to both fr ends and enemies that his government had all the vitality which could be expected from it, on account of its being acceptable to the majority of the voters of tlie State. Several members of the Cabinet, some weeks since, even went so far as to admit that the Kellogg Government should not be sustained unless it demonstrated that it had the capacity to compete with, if not suppress, domestic insurrection. Of late the rumor has been current here that Kellogg had made a requisition on the Federal Government for troops to assist in preserving the peace. Inquiry at the proper i Administration quarters in this direction was met with a st...

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Travelling Lies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Travelling Lies. From the N. O. Morning Star. It is easy to start a falsehood, hut hard to stop its progress 'when once fairly launched. The enormous and wicked inventions of unscrupulous partizans concerning the Grant Parish difficulties in this State have travelled over to Europe, and we find them coming hack in the columns of such papers as the London Tablet and the Cork Examiner. They calmly publish such extravagances as these Later news from the scenes of hostilities In Grant Parish show that the massacre of the negroes at Colfax Court-house was even more horrible in all its details and more complete in its execution than was as first reported. It now appears that not a single colored man was killed until all of them had surrendered to the whites, who were fighting with them, when over 100 of the unfortunate negroes were shot down in cold blood. It is understood that another lot of negroes was burned to death in the court-house when it was set on fire. The details of the massac...

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Notes of the Week. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Notes of the Week. A DESPATCH from t’ _ . Company, from S* Reuter lelegrapli ; ‘‘There is no trut' “• Petersburg, says:— va-has been talc -A hi the report that Kliifallen into tlr e , u ’ a , nd that the Khan has ■ There is r J “ ant ‘ s of the Russians.” amused h< H ice hoy at Sparta, Wis. He through a? leisure hours by boring a hole | «nirt c toe dam just to see the water thi S i‘ , Iu fifteen hours after he started op' eak the dam had given wav, carrying i br a valuable mill. What a flogging that jy would have got in ancient Sparta! General McKenzie crossed the Rio \ Grande river with six hundred cavalry rei cently, and after a march of about eighty j miles into Mexican territory, attacked and ] broke up a camp of Kickapoo Indians, j near the Santa Bosa Mountains, killing nineteen warriors and capturing about forty squaws and considerable property, | which had been stolen from this side. ! The cavalry lost one man killed and two ! mortally wounded. The Mexicans, it is ...

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An Extraordinary Incident, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

An Extraordinary Incident, The two great English writers, John Stuart Mill and Thomas Carlyle, the former of whom has lately dic’d, were great iriends. A remarkable event, which would have broken the friendship of smaller men, is related of them. It appears that the lady who afterwards became Mr. Mill’s wife was unusually accomplished, at least in Mr. Mill’s eyes; and before their marriage, when sh’e was the wife of a London merchant, she became the heroine of one of the most extraordinary incidents in the unrecorded “Curiosities of Literature.” Carlyle was writing at the time his ‘ ‘ History’ of the French Revolution,” and so dark did his prospects seem in England that he intended, we believe, to emigrate to America so soon as he should get the book out of hand, lie had lent the manuscript of the first volume to Mill, who handed it on to Mrs. Taylor. As it was not sent back at the expected time, and as the printers were impatient, Carlyle sent a message to his friend. The reply was...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Temperance. The Catholic ladies of Brattleboro, Vt., have started a subscription for a rich banner to he presented to the Temperance Society of that place. A temperance Society was organized in Walpole, Mass., May2l, and named the Fr. Mathew Total Abstinence and Benevolent Society of Walpole. There are already 21 members, and more are expected to join at the next monthly meeting. The officers elected are:—John Gehecn, President; John Louney, Vice-President; Michael Crowley, Secretary; Jeremiah Lane, Treasurer. The First Annual Convention of the New Hampshire Catholic Total Abstinence Union was held according to previous announcement. in St. Joseph’s Church, Manchester, N. H., May G. The proceedings were opened with prayer bv Per. John O’Brien of Manchester, and the meeting was called to order by (.'apt. P. A. Devine, President of St. Paul’s Society. The Committee on Credentials reported the following societies and delegates:—St. Paul’s T. A. and M. B. Society, Manchester—Capt. P. A....

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The Virginia Duel, McCarty’s Conduct Vindicated. A Sad Affair. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Virginia Duel, McCarty’s Conduct Vindicated. A Sad Affair. From the Richmond Correspondence ol the New York Herald. The sanguinary encounter between McCarty and Mordecai, which resulted in the death ol the latter, and the various incidents connected therewith, continue to he mau i topics of conversation in all Richmond circles. On Sunday. May IS, some of the fashionable preachers even addressed the Throne of Grace in mitigation of damages on both the souls and bodies of the young men engaged in the realistic pastime. Meanwhile the field friends of both ol the late duelists are quietly hobnobbing together in an historic apartment attached to the second story of the Citv Jail. J Since the fatal culmination of the duel the efforts to enlist public sympathy for the survivor, Page McCarty, and the seconds, Messrs. W. It. Royal], A\\ r. Tri"g. W• B. Tabb and J. S. Meredite, have been numerous in quantity and unmistakable in quality. Several of McCarty’s friends have been to the leadin...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

HOTELS. IRVING HOUSE, E§| Howard St., cor. Stoddard St., i.*i ►tf (Directly opposite Howard Athenaeum), JiOSTOX. Rooms and Meals by the Day or Week, For Gentlemen Only. JOHX T. MOJiLAIiTY, Proprietor. 'my3:3m THE EUROPEAN HOTEL, i Holton Street, Dublin, J. 3IOLONY, Proprietor. xiie EUROPEAN is extensively patronized by the Irish, British, and American Hierarchy and Clergy. Families and Tourists will And in it the comforts of a home, combined with moderate charges and assiduous attention. Ilot and Cole! Baths. my-3:2Ct _ BOOK TRADE. NICHOLAS M. WILLIAMS, Catholic Bookseller, HAS liEilOiTD TO 1181 WASIIIXGTOX STREET, In the Marble Bank Building near the New Catbedral, Boston. jy24:tf HOLYOKE CATHODIC BOOKSTORE AH) EMIGRATION OFFICE. The subscriber wishes to inform his friends and former patrons that lie still keeps constantly on I “and a large assortment of Catholic Books, Beads, and Crosses, llolv Water Fouts, Pictures, School | Books, Ac., &c., at Boston prices. Also, Ag...

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BETTER THAN GOLD. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

BETTER THAN GOLD. Better than grandeur, better than gold, Than rank and titles a thousaud fold, Is a healthy body and mind at ease, And simple pleasures that always please; A heart that can feel for another’s woe, And share its joys with a genial glow, With sympathies large enough to enfold All men as brothers, is better than gold. Better than gold is a conscience clear. Though toiling for bread in an humble sphere, Doubly Messed with content and health, Untried by the lust of cares of wealth; Lowly living and lofty thought Adorn and ennoble a poor man's cot. For mind and morals in nature’s plain Are the genuine tests of a gentleman. Better than gold is the sweetest repose, Of the sons of toil when their labors close; Better than gold is the poor man’s sleep, And the balm that drops on his slumbers deep, Bring sleeping draughts to the aching bed Where luxury pillows its downy head, His simple opiate deems A shorter road to the land of dreams. Better than gold is a thinking mind, Tha...

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THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” Pkide feels no cola. Always “hard pressed ’’—Bricks. Mere catch-penny affairs—Hand organs. A quilting party is now styled a "piece” jubilee. The best accountant is he who can count up correctly the sum oi his own errors. The test of man’s honesty is in the sacrifice he will make to preserve it. « When is a singer like a price-list?—When he is invoice. What is better than presence of mind in a railway accident?—Absence of body. “ Kno cos of axcion,” was the verdict of an lowa jury. Legion is the name of the sender of the first postal card. Meat in London costs double what it did 40 years ago. People who are always wishing for something new should try neuralgia. Search others for their virtues, and thyself for thy vices. Barn cm proposes sending 4.5 Indians to the Vienna Exposition. In the Treasury Department at Washington there are ISOO male and 700 female clerks. Incivility is the extreme of pride; it is built on the contempt of...

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Punctuality. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Punctuality. Of the various kinds of business in which thousands of men are engaged, there are many who believe that tire trials, perplexities and vicissitudes of their business are peculiarly trying, and really more serious than in any other pursuit. The road along which every active businessman travels is a rough and rugged path, beset with a “wait-a-bit” thorns, and full of pitfalls which can only be avoided by watchful care and circumspection. Each has his own burdens to bear, and each generally thinks he has more than his share. Much of the annoyance and disappointment incident to mostkindsof commercial business might be avoided if people would only keep their promises and promptly meet their engagements. The man who owes a bill says: ‘ ‘ Call the first of the month, and you shall certainly have the money. I have some collections due then, aiid shall surely not disappoint you.” So it goes. A relies on the promise of B, and B depends on C, and so on through a dozen cases. The ma...

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

SMIFPIJN MONTREAL OCEAN STEAM; Weekly Line ol having supc ‘tious, will sail fr< -i »erv Saturday foi RY and LIVERPOOL. Prepaid Tickets from L derry, and Glasgow issued, via parts of New England. J. li. FAI General Agent, For Outward and Prepaid Tic mediate, and Third Class), appl; \V. 11. CLAIIK, At mh26:tf Xo. 87 Wash!: " REDUCTION IX GLUON L New York, Qucenstow; CAKItYUVG TIIE IT. IDAHO, MINNESOTA, , M AN li ATT AN, i‘T.'h Wisconsin, Sailing from IVevv York nesday. Cabin Passage from New Yo in gold, State rooms on the sail Steerage, $3O from New Liverpool, or Queenstown, pays Passage from or to Germany. Sweden,’etc., at lowest rates. Remittances to Great Britain Continent. Apply to WILLI: New York; or to C. E. BAItTEETT <fc C No, in Broad st JEREMIAH KELLY, 80 Pie; River, and S. S. COLLINS, j street. Providence. R. I. PASSENG Brought from and £ to Ireland, in LINES OF STI Arriving at Boston and A Sailing ilierefi AT THE LO WES'] PATRICK DONAIIOE, Bostc to* ma...

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

SHEPPII' To my Old Count I have good reason to suppose understood that I retired fri business when the Arm of Lawr dissolved. I have, therefore, 1 of informing my friends and o not the case. lam now, and lit Ist of January, In.', in the emj Company as Manager of their State street, where' I shall be hi who wish to buy tickets or dral attend personally to the forw sengers arriving or departing steamers—just as I hare done back. Any commands for passenget rive at Boston by the Canard ste at 99 State street, will be faitlifi Yours very truly, mh22:3m:B CD' NATIONAL Tire Cheapest ami Most C the Passenger Bu Sailing from Liverpool ever; “ Queenstown evi “ New York ever SPAIN', EGYPT, HOLLAND, FRANCE, ENGLAND, THEQUEEN. ERIN, VIRGINIA, P Steerage Rates in C To Queenstown, Liverpool, G 1 donderry, London, Cardift or To Hamburg, Antwerp, Rotterd; To Bremen, Norway, Sweden, I heim Children under twelve years, ha From Queenstown, Llveipoo Londonderry,London, Carditl From Hamburg, Antwerp, R H...

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