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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

GKROCERIJ TEAS ANDC OF FINE FLA fi ROCERIES, Teas, Coffee, \J prices. Goods vicinity free of expense. Orde 17 Prospect street, Cambridge our store, 1037 Washington Groton, Boston. J. H 134 LINCOLN ! DEALERS I> First Class Family fobeigs axi> home SPIRITS, <S Goods securely packed fc any part of the country. Orders by mail or express pre JOHRr LY' WHOLESALE AXH RETAI] West India Goods, Groceries, mestlc Brandies, Wines, Gl Ale; also, Pure Teas aud C Brands of St. Louis 121 and 123 Reach Stret 81 South Str< •Hoods delivered free of cliargi city. COLLEGr Yillanoya C Delaware oo v Pa,, Bryi This Institution, under the ch tiniau Fathers, was iucorporat privileges of a University. Terms, THREE ' HUN LABS per annum. Send for Catalogue. VERY REV. T. GALBEE jan2s un^eYslty^noSt. Joseph’s Count This Institution is situated in beautiful and healthy localilie Indiana. It is easy of access fr< United States. In comfort an eommodations (for f...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

MEDICIIS Cancers are C Wishing to make known to al terrible disease that I have be different times and places, to ti of a remedy I lteve discovered : which, in diseases of this nat most marvellous cures. The article is purely vegeta forests of New England, and form of a plaster. When ap instantly removed, and a quiet n The plaster is allowed to rema four days, as the casemav requ and a poultice applied. ' The commences to heal, and in a fectly well. Those afflicted di truly wonderful discovery can at and Proprietor, John ‘ilarrij street, East Boston, Mass., or B. Watts, 31 Devonshire stree: ( Mass. BISHOP SO Is a positive cure for Sciatica, 1 ralgia, Spinal Complaint, Coutr Back, Sprains, etc. It has cur by physicians as hopeless, and tain cube fob Sciatica. you. Always procure large cases. Large bottles, $1.50. sn Sold by all druggists. E. W. proprietors, Boston. Mass. Household Cash Book.” • Cyano-Pancr A Sure Cure for Dyspe ease of the C This Medicament, compound “ Pharmaciennes ...

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Confirmation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Confirmation. Susquehanna, Pa., June 2, 1873. To the Editor of The Pilot . Dear Silt:—Rt. Rev. Bishop O’Hara administered the Sacrament of Continuation on Sunday. June the first, to four hundred persons, male and female, including a large number of adults. On Saturday morning holy communion was received, for the first time, by a large number of the children. The candidates were thoroughly instructed by our our assistant priest, Father Murphy, who has taken a great interest with our venerable and esteemed pastor. Father O’Reilly, in the education ‘ and Instruction both of ourselves and children. He preached to a crowded audience every evening during the month of May, and impressed on the minds of his hearers a ’devotion to the Blessed Virgin, which will not he readily obliterated from the hearts of the people of Susquehanna. High Mass was sung by Father Murphy, and after the first Gospel the Bishop preached an eloquent sermon on the descending of the Holy Ghost on the Apostles. *At f...

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Diocese of Springfield. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Diocese of Springfield. During tlie month of May the Rt. Rev. Bishop O’Reilly administered confirmation in the following places:— May 11—In Holyoke to'AW. Mav 18—In Uxbridge to 207. May 25—In West Boylston to 331. Mav 26— In Wcsrboro’ to 143. On May 11 the Chapel of St. Joseph, in the new Catholic Institute in llolyoke, and on the 18th the Church of St. Patrick, in Whitin.sviile, were dedicated. The Bishop preached at the High Mass on both occa . sions. On the 25th the Bishop blessed a new cemetery in West Boylston.

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German Catholic Convention. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

German Catholic Convention. Detroit, Mich., June 4.— The Eighteenth Annual Convention of the German Catliolis Benevolent Association of the United States, finished its labors to-day and adjourned. Rochester was selectod as the place for holding the next meeting. The following despatch was received to-day by Bishop Borges. Rome, June 4. —The Pope returns thanks for yo«r congratulations, and sends bis benediction io all the delegates there assembled. (Signed) Antonelli.

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Conversion to the Catholic Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Conversion to the Catholic Church. The Rev. William Maziere Brady, D. D.. formerly chaplain to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, and lately rector of Donaglipatrick, county Meath', and a relative of the late Lord Chancellor Brady, has been received into the Catholic Church by M. Ivirby, of the Irish College, Borne. On Sunday, June 1, the Festival of Pentecost was* observed at tlie Immaculate Conception Church, Boston, in a special manner. The altar and sanctuary were finely decorated, presenting a brilliant appearance, and the Church was as usual thronged with worshippers. The Grand High Mass was sung by Rev. Father Charlier, S. J., who wore, lor tlie first time, as did also the Deacon and Suhdeacon. the magnificent vestments presented by Mrs. Robert Morris.whicli are considered equal to any in the country. An impressive sermon bn the gospel of the day was preached by Rev. R. Fulton, S. J. The choir, under the direction of Dr. Willcox, sung llaydvn’s 10th Mass—Mrs. Lewis, soprano; Mis...

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Thanks. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Thanks. Mr. Donalioe returns his heartfelt thanks to his numerous friends for their assistance during therecent lire, We should he pleased to meiuiou an tlie name*. —but there were so many that we cannot Rive Space to their publication. Mr. John Nagle was among the first to ofTer assistance and to iurmsli storage for the goods saved from the fire. And for assisting to save our new building we must gratefully acknowledge (lie kindness of Mr. Daniel Lee, Mr. Roger Drury, Mr. M. J. Donovan, Mr. J. J. Clifford, with their assistants, and also specially to Mr. Shaw of tlie Boston Fire Department, The Cctnard Steamship Company give notice that with the view of diminishing the chances of collision, the steamers of this line will henceforth take a specified course for ail seasons of the year. On the outward passage from Queenstown to New Pork or Boston, crossing meridian of 50 at 43 latitude, or nothing to the north of 43. On the homeward passage, crossing the meridian of 50 to 42 latitude,...

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GOOD HEALTH. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

GOOD HEALTH. Let those who would enjoy good health, Breathe freely the pure air; Tills we should prize above all wealth. Twill well repay our care; Eat only plain and simple food. And luxuries forego; For that is sure to do us good. These often bring us woe; And let the Bovs wear good style ‘ C LOTHES, Coat Pants, Vest, Hat and Shoes complete, Such as they sell at George Fenno’S, Corner of Beach and Washington streets.

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Another Proscriptive Order. On Saturday evening, May 31, the first State branch ol another proscriptive Native American Organization, called “The Patriotic Order Sons of America, Camp No. 1 of the State of Maine,” was organized in Arcana Hall, Portland, Me., by II. J. Stager, National Secretary. The rules and principles of this order are precisely similar to those of the O. A. P. and O. U. A. M., namely: “ Fidelity to each other, a belief in an allwise God, in the Holy Bible in our hands, a disbelief in the infallibility of any man, a contempt for political corruption and a firm determination never to yield up America’s rights into the hands o 1 America’s enemies,”—which means, o f ' course, Irish Catholics. The following is a list of the officers of the new Camp Past President, G. Curtis Ilaui; President, Albert Hawes: Vice-President, Franklin Berry; Master of Forms. Abljah Purlutou; Secretary, Frank B. Richards; Assistant Secretary, Oliver llodsdon; Financial Secretary, K. H. Benn...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE MARKETS. Prepared Expressly for The Pilot. NEW YORK MARKET REVIEW. Breadstuff's have been quite active since our last, but. under the free arrivals from the interior. prices have been depressed, and quoted lower.leading to extensive purchases, especially of Wheat and Corn, for export Provisions have been in less demand, and less firm as to values Cotton lias been active for forward delivery, thong 1 ' tame on tile spot; quotations advanced slightly Wool has been in moderate request, anil quoted weak Tobacco and Hops attracting rather more attention, at steady rates. Hay. Hemp, Seed, Petroleum, and Naval Stores quiet, and declining Butter, Clieese, and Eggs about steady, on a moderate trade Fresh Fruit more active, and with ampler supplies available, prices have been reduced on the principal kinds Vegetables pleutier, and new rather cheaper; demand fair. At the Live Stock Markets, there was a moderate Inquiry for-Beeves, and prices ranged from 10>£ffil4c $ lb, weights ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

MISSING FR] Notices like the following will times lor SI. See Tliifd page. lufonnatlon IV Of Denis Linane and maiden name llanora Itanahan from. about seven years ago, t 100 Williams streetW ooloomoc Soutli Wales. Information of ceived by her mother and slst and Ellen Itanalian. Direct t( S7 Broad street. Boston, Mass. Melbourne papers please copj CAVASi. Of James Fabbey, sor Nancy Earley, of Commodaduli raban, co. Cavan; when last 1 Mobile, Alabama: tills is to if brother Thomas Is dead,lcavl: I property; his mother is anxic home immediately. Any pe whereabouts will please address North Chelmsford, Mass. Southern and Western paper FEBMAHAt Of Mary McDermott co. Fermanagh, Townlaud De her aunt’s house, Ellen Mcl Laurence, Mass., to go tow left South Boston about llftei person knowing her present address Rev. Father McGra Raul's Church, Box 13173, Sou dressing a letter there she will to her advantage. CAIILOII Of Joseph O’Farrei Betmekerry, Carlow; was In C years since, and went to O...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

J3AIN-KILLEK Cckes Sore V Favorite Medicine with all ( is Davis’ Pain-: IF you have Painters’ Colic. Use the Pain-E XT° Medicine is so popular, AS THE PAIN-Kl K EEP the Pain-Killer alw! Ilf you have a Cougii or Cole Use the Pain-k LOOK out and not he caught v Bottle of Pain-Kii I EX everybody use the Pain--J For Sprains am IT' VERY sailor should carry a L Pain-Killer w BEMEMBER the Pain-Killi Both Internal at SOLD hy all DRUG* PERSONA Will the author of ‘ • Darli appeared in The Pilot, of C the initials of '' D. C. E.,” send P.,” Box 5055, New York City. Mrs. Jane Clark is request brother, Thomas Hand, shoeu Ontario, New D omluiou. Will someone send us the at worth, which was, lu 1871, St. Md.? A GRAND CO —WILL BE GIVI AT MUSIC ] On Tuesday Evenin —BY THE— Boys of* the House < G-uardiai Tickets, 50 cts.; Reserved Children, 25 cts. SULLIVAN, FIW —OFFER FOR SA “Wine, Liquors, C IPamily Grroceri Italian Brocl Having facilities of obtaining they can offer them at lowest and a...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE CATHOLIC PUB SOCIETY ILLUSTRATED LITTLE PIERRE, THE of Alsace. Translated from and Illustrated by ‘27 first-cla Cloth, extra . THE ILLUSTRATED < Sunday-School Library. Fir* vols., handsomely bound, an( box. Cloth, extra TIIE ILUISTItATED < Sunday-Sunday Library. Se( six vols., handsomely bound, box. Cloth, extra THE ILLLSTKATED « Sunday-School Library. Till vols., handsomely bound, am box. Cloth, extra THE ILLISTHATED ( Sunday-School Library. Foui vols., handsomely bound, an box. Cloth, extra THE ILLUSTRATE® ( Sunday-School Library. Fif vols., handsomely bound, anc box. Cloth, extra Tnic illustrate® < Sunday-School Library. Six vols., handsomely bound, am box. Cloth, extra THE ILLUSTRATE® t Sunday-School Library. Seve vols., handsomely bound, and box. Cloth, extra THE ILLUSTRATE® C Suuday-School Library. Eigl • vols., handsomely bound, an box. Cloth, extra FORMBI’S ILLESTKA' torics. Unabridged editions: I. The Bible History. Conts lustrations and...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

THE BO" STAR CLOTHING 19,22, and 23 Doc THE OAT/ One Price Roys’ Clo In Dock Square, ai Best Place in To Clotlie Tom- Boys ai EVERY ONE SERVED ALU principle on which to do busine C. L. ■A. Social He of tlie past and present memb Catholic Lyceum Association, Jonx a. Andrew Hall, on ' ing.June 12, Friends of tli dially invited. Tiie exercises will consist Music, Singing, Speaking, Reai Supper, by Dooling, will 1 o’clock. Tickets, $4.00. including su gentleman. For sale by memb Committee of ArrangemeutsThomas F. Ring, Robert Moi Coleman, James It. Con noli Henry F. Naphen, M. J. Don Dowd, E. B. O'Connor. je7:2t John J. O’Donni NEW BOOKS, NEW Published in A !N~ew Boole liy fh< Happiness of I The First Edition of 8 in CO Bays GOB OUR FATHER. B of Happiness of Heaven. N< Second Revised Edition, ei paper, elotb Cloth gilt 'Die sale of tlie First Editi( within three montln we dee donee of the popularity and mei mg little volume. God Our 1 Happiness or Heaven are connec...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

Sold oo eas; ments. Pure! for their Intel buying elsewh HALLETT & Cl 339 Washington St To and From C PACIFIC MAIL STEA THROUGH MAIL I California, Japan, Aspinwall,Panama, the Pact eo. Central America, Peru, an New York on the lOth, 20th, mouth ftbe dayprevious when t Sunday). June 20. The S. S, COLO Fob Aspinwai Connecting at Panain; MOHONGO. Touching at Acapulco, Manzani Tickets, with Staieiooms, toi San Francisco on the Ist an month for JAPAN and CHIN Passage Tickets to liria California furnished at For Passage Tickets'or fur apply at tlie Company's Tick Svharf, to F. R. BABA”, Agent New England, C. L. bartlet feltSAf IB Broad St: TO & FROM E PASSAGE TI TO OR FROM (|ueensiown or I Grlasgow oi* ALSO TO AND FROM Steerage from Boston... “ to “ Drafts for ' PAYABLE IN England, Ireland, ai -A.T LOWEST MAY BE HAD FI ARREE < 136 State Street, Bi NATIONAL STEAM TO Liverpool, Queensi donderry, Glti $29. Prom Liverpool,Rueeust tlerry, Glasgow, throuf $3l. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 14 June 1873

“Fronde's Crusade.— Both Sides.” CONTENTS. I. Life and Lahoiis °f Father Bcf.ke—Hts Career in Ireland, Rome, and America—His Influence on the Irish-Ameriean Element—Hi* Characteristics as a Preacher His Controversy with Fronde—The Verdict, etc. 11. Froude’s Summing up Against Father Burke— Lecture in New York, by Mr. James Anthony Froude, Nov. 30. 1872. 111. Father Burke’s Final Answer to FROUDE —Lecture delivered in Brooklyn, by the Great Dominican, on Dec. 17, 1872. IV. — Froude’s Description or the “ Irish Celts.” V. John Mitchel’s Great Lecture in repjy to Froude, delivered in New York, Dec. 20,1872. VI. Froude’s “Code of Principles,” as stated in his justification of the “ English la Ireland.” VII. Wendell Phillips’ Lecture os Froude delivered in Tremont Temple, Boston. VIII. “ EnrN’B Flag.” Poem by Rev. A. j. Ryan. 82 largeBvo. pages,with portrait. Price, -L cents. “DANIEL O’CONNELL.” —Wendell Phillips* celebrated lecture, delivered in Stein way Uadi, New York. 25 pages large ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

The Pilot. Bo Just, and Fear Xot. Let all the ends thou aim's' at be thy God’s; thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JUNE 21, 1873. No. 25.

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Captain Jack. Supposed to have been written by Shack-Nasty-Jim, and found in the Modoes cave after the extermination of the tribe. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

Captain Jack. Supposed to have been written by Shack-Nasty-Jim, and found in the Modoes cave after the extermination of the tribe. THE PILOT. Boston, June 21, 1873. I Am a Modoc sachem, and you call meCaptatn -lack And well \ou know mv war-wlioop and my trusty rifle’s crack: I've scalped you on the hearth-stone, waylaid you in the gleu. And from my mountain fortress I have chased a thousand men! Alrcadv have vour bravest braves beneath tnv aim gone down, Some with a soldier’s laurel, one with a martyr’s crown! hut vour blue-coats and vour braggarts 1 jeer at In iny scorn, Fit hut to drain the canteen, or at best to blow the horn. Come, with your bands of music! come, w ith the bursting bomb! Come, on your prancing war-steeds! with your wide-mouthed canon, come! Ye can find me where the lavas of the molten mountains roll, With their craters for mv wigwam and their fires in zut soul! Oli, pale and blue-eyed saxonl why halt ye at my door? Fear ye a Modoc’s greeting! ye. who ne’er felt ...

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OUR PARIS LETTER. THE ELECTION OF McMAHON. THE DEFEAT OF THE COMMUNE. The Whole Case Stated. How the Hews was Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 21 June 1873

OUR PARIS LETTER. THE ELECTION OF McMAHON. THE DEFEAT OF THE COMMUNE. The Whole Case Stated. How the Hews was Received. From our Special Correspondent, Paris, May 26, 1878. By the time this correspondence reaches Tiie Pilot, telegraphy will have taken much freshness off the intelligence herein contained. The news of the nomination of Marshal McMahon to the Presidency of the French Republic will be a fortnight old, but what telegrams will not have conveyed is the aspect of this city while it underwent the great chaiige we now contemplate. The 24th of May, 1878., may be called a great historical day. It is the anniversary of the defeat of the Commune, and of the fall of the great statesman who defeated Communards, M. Thiers., himself a great historian , will yet live to commemorate how a coalition triumphed in the Chamber ovei his honest attempt to maintain the promise he made when signing the pacte de Bardeaux. Others will add that France is ungrateful, but we must impartially admit ...

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