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

G-ROCERII TEAS ANT) C OF FIXE FLA G 1 ROCERIES. Toas, Coffee, : r prices. Goods delivered vicinity free of expense. Orde 17 Prospect street, Cambridge our store, 10-17 Washington : Groton, Boston. J. H 134 uincoun g DEALERS IN First Class Family ( FOREIGX AND DOME! SPIRITS, & XW Goods securely packed foi any part of the country. Orders by mail or express pro JOHN LY< WHOLESALE AND RETAIL West India Goods, Groceries, niestic Brandies, Wines, Gii Ale; also, Pure Teas and Ci Brands of St. Louis ' 121 and 12:t Jieacli Stree 81 Soutli Stre floods delivered free of charge citv. INSTJHAN EXTRA SECURITY Gl North Am (MUTUAL) LIFE INSURAIn 17 & 19 Wan SEW YOltli Issues New York State Regis cured by pledge of Public Stock tiou of National Banks. This makes every Registered I the holder as a National Bank States Bond. Superintendent Barnes says. 186950 far as the question o coined, a Policy duly registered i is probably the safest Life Insu can be issued by a ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

MUSIC. HAIL COLUMBIA! And all other Patriotic Airs sound best on the Superior Instruments to be purchosed at the wellknown store ol J. C. Haynes & Cos., where FULL BRASS BANDS, FULL ORCHESTRAS, QUADRILLE BANDS, QUINTETTE ORCHESTRAS, BANDS OF FOUR, and all similar organizations will be furnished, not only with the best Instruments, but with Instruction Books to learn them, Music to play on them, extra Strings, Reeds, etc., to go with them, and all needed Materials for their repair. John C. Haynes & Cos., S3 Court St. (opposite Court House) Boston. my 17:6m :7 th DOLLAR MUSIC BOOKS. $ $ s s s s $ Clarke’s Dollar Instructor, For Reed Organs. Clarke’s Dollar Instructor, For Pianoforte. Clarke’s Dollar Instructor, For Violin. Three very attractive and useful instruction books, designed for those who wish to take a partial and easy course! Full of bright, popular music for practice, the first two containing each nearly 70 tunes, and the last 120 tunes, beside exerc...

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

WINES,LIQUORS, &e I. Y. B. For tlie cure of Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss oJ Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Vegetable Bitters, The best tonic and diurectic now in use. Price, $0 per gallon, with a liberal discount to the trade. For sale by' the Proprietor and Manufacturer. SAMUEL W. CLIFFORD, 94 and 9G Commercial street. Boston. ian2:tf ROYAL DUTCH GIN O. & M. D. SCHIEDAM. MICHAEL BOHEim & CO., IMPORTERS OF ANP DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AGENTS FOR XX ami XXX Amber and I'ale Ales and Porter IVos. 73 Endicott, 319 North, and 130 Kneeland streets, Boston. Sole Importers and Proprietors of the Celebrated Brands, ” Royal Dutch Gin.” aplO:If ESTABLISHED IN 1 847. JAMES COLLINS & CO., IMPORTERS AND WHOLESALE DEALERS —IN— Foreign and Domestic WINES & LIQUORS, 133 Beaeli, and 80 and 82 South Sts. We respectfully invite the attention of the trade and public generally to our large assortment of the above Goods, which...

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

COUNSELLORS. THOJIAS F. MAGUIRE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 13 Court Square, jan2:tf Boston. J. E. FITZGEHALI), COUNSELLOR- AT- LAW, No. 47 Court st. (Room 8), jan2:tf Boston. JOHN C. CUOWLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office No. 5 Niles Block, Court Square and School street, Boston. 'an‘2:tl • CIIAS. E. DONjSELLT, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tt Boston. I*. A. CORBINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north ol State street.) THOMAS RIREY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Boston, Mass. je!B:tf PATRICK J. FLATLET, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. je22:ly:7th E. B. O’CONNOR, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 33 School street (Niles Block—Office 28.) ' jan4:ly JOSEPH I>. FALLON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street. Boston. PATRICK O’BEIRNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 195 Broadway, cor. of Bey, and No. 2 Bey street. Near the Astor House, NE IF YORK. Refei?f.xce...

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SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. FRANCE. Proposed Permanent Republic. PARIS, May 2S. —It is rumored that a motion will be made in the Assembly to proclaim a Republic, and confirm McMahon as President lor live years. IRELAND. Tlie O’lvect'e I.ibel Suit. Dublin, May 28. —ln the libel case of O’Keefe versus Archbishop Cullen, the plaintiff was awarded one farthing ilama«es.

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The May Training. The Ninth Mass. Regiment. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The May Training. The Ninth Mass. Regiment. We never saw llie Ninth Regiment make a better show than on this May training. The ranks were not so full as we have seen them; but the physique of the men present was splendid. The companies were ordered to report on Edinboro’ street, at half-past 1 o’clock, but it was an hour later before the regimental line was formed. The different organizations were commanded as follows'Co. A, Capt. P. Houghton; Cos. B, Lieut. I). J. Gorman; Cos. C, Lieut. E. B. Meehan, Cos. I), Lieut. Thos. Grann; Cos. E, Lieut. J. P. J. Haney; Cos. F, Lieut. J. B. Reardon; Cos. 11, Capt. John J. Weston; Cos. I, Lieut. M. J. Callahan; Cos. K, Capt. G. A. J. Colgan; Cos. B, was first to report at the rendezvous, and the other companies followed rapidly. The field ami staff officers present were as follows: Col. 15. F. Finan, Lieut.-Col, Wm. M. Strachan, Maj. L. J.Logan, Adjt. E. H. Fitzpatrick, Acting-Quartermaster, P. C. Conway, Assistant-Surgeon, Dr. .T. A. McDonald...

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Convention of the Massachusetts C. T. A. Union. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

Convention of the Massachusetts C. T. A. Union. In our next we shall give a full report of the Convention of ihe Mass. 0. T. A. Union, held in the chapel of the new Cathedral, Boston, on Friday, May ,30. Eight new societies have joined the Union within the past few weeks, viz.: St. Mary’s T. A. Society, of Spencer; St. Mary’s, of Stoughton; Young Men’s Catholic Temperance Society, of South Host on; Father Mathew Society, of Charlestown; Father Mathew Society, of Walpole; Maris Stella, of East Boston; St. Columba, of Brighton, and St. Peter’s, of Sandwich, Nearly all of these societies have been, formed during the past year.

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The Emigrant Savings Bank, Boston. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

The Emigrant Savings Bank, Boston. lias declared a dividend, payable to its depositors, at tlie rate ot six per centum per annum, oil all deposits in the bank the past halt year. The total number of depositors on the 21st inst., the end of the last half year, was 10,023; total number of new accounts opened during the last year. 41-7: the whole number of new accounts opened during the past six months is 1927; net increase in deposits from the past half year is $384,988 48, and the net increase in deposits for the past year is $729,806 71. The total amount of deposits now held by the bank Is $2,037,935 49, good evidence of the prosperity of the working people of Boston. — I‘ost. A little more than two years ago, commencing on a solid foundation, with many of the best and most conservative gentlemen of our element in the community as officers, tlae bank has attained a success which must be most gratifying to every one wbo has at heart the interest of our people in New England; and the ...

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

Notes of the Week. PATRICK O’Neil, of Renville, Minnesota, lost 200 Imshels of com by a prairie Are last week. Alexander Bannov had both legs broken lately by a hand-car running over him on the Fair'haven Railroad, near Mattopoisett, Mass. He will probably die. Mu. Hugh O’Brien, one ot the pioneer boot manufacturers in Massachusetts, ana a resident of Milford from 1850 to 1871, died at Albany, X. Y.. recently aged seventyone. The small pox is reported to have broken out mildly at Hillsboro. X. 11. The disease is supposed to have come from Boston rags, brought to the factories in the village.’ A Halifax letter says that 428 bodies have been recovered from the wreck of the Atlantic, leaving 118 passengers unaccounted for. Nearly a dozen bodies of the lost cabin passengers are still missing. The Presbyterian, of Philadelphia, says of the system of “ conversions” in the Protestant Churches, that ‘ ‘ six out of every seven were spurious,” and “ fivesixths of the whole fell away before th...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

look; out, "Wiien one knows not what lie's As with the best sometimes n If some kind friend would cry * From trouble It might keep h If a traveller should miss his ro And his mistake lie did not se If one who knows should cry ‘ ‘ llow grateful for it he should When BOYS are looking round Coats, Pants, Vest. Hat and Let them ‘‘look out" for GEor Corner of Beach and Wasliin, OBITUAE Died, in South Boston, JAMES, youngest child of Mr. at rington, aged ;i years 8 months : Mv hoy is with the angels, ile lias joined the heavei I know he is with Jesus, And t lie blessed saints ai Farewell, my child, farew Your soul to God has go We know he doeth all thin Ills holy will be done. Business Be Atwood's Quinine Tonic E the Stomach aud stimulate tin Bowels, which renders them ca lng their natural functions, an and vigor to the whole syst Druggists. WANT! Notices of this description inse lescrlpnon in: One Dollar. WAWTED-A situation, V V wick Lady, as Bookkeepi best of reference given, The Addres...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

THE MARt Prepared Expressly for 1 The following prices are pale Dealers in Faneuil Hall Market :- ISoston Wholesale Prod Butter— Firm: fine N. Y. and \ grades, 20®2Ec: at St. Albans Rutland, Yt.. the same: bakers’. Cheese— Western. 14@15e; N. and upwards; 12@15c for cho s@6c ft ft. Engs— Firm; 18@50c for Nortl for Western. Beans—s 2 50@3 70 bush. Apples— Russets. $4 50%> bbl. Dried Apples— t%@B>£c ft. Dot a toes— Jackson Whites, 8< 90®95c. Cabbages—y ew, $3 bbl. Hay —s27@3o ft ton. Straw— s 27 ton. Flour, Grain, and Provl Fleur —Ranges from $5 50@12 Corn —(l9(g:72c bush. Oats - &3@ooc bush. Shorts—f'X) ton, Feed— s2l. Middlings— s 23. Provisions —There Is little who Pork, and the market is dull a' and backs; $l7 50@18 for mess, prime. Jobbers’ prices are abot these figures. Lard sells at who and is being jobbed at 9>2@loc 12>a(a,18e. Beer is firm, and S‘ nexed: —$11 50@12 50 for mess; mess, and $l5@lC 50 $ bbl. f&...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

"pAIN'-KILLER Cures Sore A Favorite Medicine with all < A is Davis’ Pain-; IF you have Painters’ Colic. Use the Paix-e "VTO Medicine is so popular. -A AS THE PAIN-Kl K EEP the Pain-Killer aiw IF you have a Cough or Coli Use the Pain-i LOOK out and not be caught i Bottle of Pain-Ki lET everybody use the PainA For SntAiNS an Ijl VERY sailor should earrv a Li PAIN-KILLER V KEMEMBER the Pain-Kill Both Internal a SOLD by all DRUG SILKS OFFEK THIS 1 THREE SPECIi ONE CASE M —OFA Still Wider and Be LYONS BLAG At $1.2 1 FIFTY PIEC —OF AN—j Elegant Cashmei a\i> as INCHES At $2.0( And a line [CHECKED SUM At 75cts JORDAN, MARJ WASHINGTON <fc AYO SUMMER IJ AGAIN INVITE SP TENTION TO UMPREGEDENTED A! -OFBatiste and SUIT! —EMBRACING ALL LINEN BRAII for Children. C White. WHITE PIQUE di LINEN SAILOR Misses, with Ha LINEN POLONA broidered in wli NAPOLEON BLU: POLONAISE. Of all which we offer the large ALSO, AN ELEGANT VA

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

NEW HOOKS, NEW ] Published in A. ZSTew Boole by the Happiness of* Bj The First Edition o f ",i in 00 Days. GOP OUR FATHER. By of Happiness of Heaven. No Second Revised Edition, ca paper, cloth .. Cloth gilt The sale of the First Editio within three months we deei dence of the popularity and mer ing little volume. God Our I Happiness op Heaven are connected together; each su throwing light and strength ai other. 1 ‘ After reading this little bool desire to tell everybody that treasure. Its title Is the true contents.”— Catholic World. THE HAPPINESS OF By a Father of the Society of J Revised Edition, cap 80. t cloth Cloth gilt The rapid sale of three large of 9,000 copies), and the cons demand, the praises bestowed I Catholic and non-Catliollc—ai deuces of its real merits. SISTER EUGENIE. The ters of a Sister of Charity. Ji uniform with Happiness of 1 beveled Cloth gilt The reader will find here, h pllcityof manner, but full of of a life at once deeply hidden ously active for the good...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 7 June 1873

TOfe FROM FURORE, INMAX LINE —OF—MAIL STEAMSHIPS, TO AAI) FROM LI FItPOOU, CALLING AT QU JEASTOH’JS. CITI' OF LONDON CITY OF NEW YORK. CITY OF PARIS CITY OF BALTIMORE. . .Saturday, May 31 Thursday, June 5 ..Saturday, June 7 Thursday, June 12 KATES OP PASSAGE FROM BOSTON. CABIN —§85 aiul $lOO Gold, according to accommodation. OUTWARD STEERAGE PASSAGE— T# London, Liverpool, Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, Cardiff, or Londonderry—s3o CUlt 11ENCY. Children under 12 years— Hall Fare, “ “ 12 months—Free. PREPAID STEERAGE PASSAGE from any of the above points to Boston or New York—S-T2J currency. Children unde 12 years—Half Fare. ** “ 12 months—S3. The plan of construction adopted on the steamen,' of the INMAN LINE, together with the arrangements for securing the comforts oi steerage passengers, are acknowledged to be superior to any other. Sight Drafts of £1 and upwards at lowest rates. For Cabin and Steerage Passage,Plans and Information. apply at the Company’s Office, 103 .State Street, Bo...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 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 14, 1873. No. 24.

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The Touchstone. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

The Touchstone. BY WILLIAM ALLINGHAM. A Man there came, whence none could tell, Bearing a Touchstone in his hand; And tested all things in the land By its unerring spell. Quick birth of Transmutation smote The fair to foul, the foul to fair; Purple nor ermine did he spare, Nor scorn the dusty coat. Of lieir-loom jewels, prized so much. Were many changed to chips and clods, And even statues of the Gods Crumbled beneath its touch. Then angrily the people cried, ‘ ‘ The loss outweighs the profit far; Our goods suffice us as they are; We will not have them tried.” And since they could not so avail To check his unrelenting quest, They seized him, saying ‘ ‘ Let him test How real is our jail! ” But, though they slew him with the sword, And in a fli'e his Touchstone buru’d, Its doings could not beo’erturn’d, Its undoings restored. And when, to stop all future harm. They strew’d its ashes ou the breeze; They little guess’d each grain of these Convey’d the perfect charm. THE PILOT. Boston, J...

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MASSACHUSETTS C. T. UNION. CONVENTION IN BOSTON. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

MASSACHUSETTS C. T. UNION. CONVENTION IN BOSTON. On Friday, May 30, the third Annual Convention of the 3fass. Catholic T. A. B. Societies was held in the Chapel of the New Cathedral, Boston. The morning was ushered in with a terrible disaster to the city. From early morning the bells had clanged their danger-note, and the streets in the heart of Boston were thronged with excited faces and gloomy with the breath of the conflagration. But the Temperance men passed through the streets on their way to the Cathedral, knowing that they would only swell the crowd without the power of doing good. The large Convention assembled as quietly and regularly as if the Decoration Day ceremonies were the only cause for excitement in Boston. Theproceedings were opened by the celebration of High Mass,at nine o'clock, by Rev. Father Daly, of the Cathedral. The choir was occupied by several prominent singers, who volunteered their services.' The attendance of delegates was very large, the chapel being a...

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Eugenie in Mourning. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Eugenie in Mourning. The Empress Eugenie has returned the visit made by Queen Victoria to Chiselhurst, and appeared at Windsor, in the second garb of widowhood—that of the first degree having been doffed according to the French law of fashion whieh regulates these matters. Until this moment her Imperial Majesty lias conformed to the French usage of wearing no other stuff than that of woollen fabric, which is the first, or deepest mourning. A heavy tissue called widow cloth is used for the dress. Its lugubrious blackness, blacker than any other—without lustre, without gloss—is considered the most expressive of the first depth of sorrow. Not a particle of trimming on the skirt; no exuberance of jet upou the corsage, as beheld In England, even in eostumes of the deepest mourning—no collar, gloves of exceedingly ugly make of filozel, the wearing of which, to a person of elegant habits, must be quite as great penance as the sackcloth and ashes of the Jews. A loim vail of peculiar crape c...

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