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THE DREAMING CITY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE DREAMING CITY. BY JOSEPH. For The Pilot. As silent as a sepulchre The sleeping city lies; The busy hum, the busy stir, No longer echoing rise; But wild the wind that iuly moans, And peoples it with spirit groans Of spirit land, the borrowed tones, The wild, despairing cry. Ten thousand dreamers sleep amid That mass of gathered gloom: Ten thousand dreams lie mutely hid As in a living tomb; For dreams are dead as soon as bom, They never see the rising morn. They leave us sadder, more forlorn— The real takes their room. ’file young are dreaming out their late With youth’s own wild delight; And peals from hells and people wait Upon their future blight. With ecstasy they see afar -Hie blaze of fame’s triumphal car— Xo vengeful thoughts the glad scene mar; Not even the grave’s dark night. The old retrace the path of life, And once again are young; Oone are the years of care and strife, Into oblivion flung; And once again they run the race, Or tread the danc • with youthful grace. Or s...

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Source: Boston College
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THE GATHERER. "A Saappsr-up of Unconsidercd Trifles.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE GATHERER. "A Saappsr-up of Unconsidercd Trifles.” Deeds arc fruits; words are but leaves. Something to boot—An impertinent <lnu. How to put a liorse •• on bis mettle "—Shoe him. A stami* you can't buy—The stamp of a gentleman. I SAY what I believe to-day if it contradicts all I said yesterday.— Emerson. In Kansas a raccoon has been educated bo turn a grindstone. The wits now call bigamy Utuh-lizing the female sex. A civil guest will no more tall: all than eat all the least.—Herbert. Cluck, of the Era, is the best dressed editor in Ithaca.— lthaca Leader. SELF-mado men arc most always a leetle too proud of the job. These are times when not to he angry would show a man to lack manhood. No longer talk about the kind of man that a good man ought to be, but be such. — Marcus Antoninm. Waste of wealth is sometimes retrieved; waste of health seldom; but the waste of time, never. ATES. Betsy Knight, of Harrison, Me., has during her ninety-first year knit sixty-pairs of stocki...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. Before tlie great Are, wc had completed arrangements to make The Pilot tor 1573 the best weekly newspaper in America. Those arrangements still hold good. Wo have asked our old friends and our new friends to send us each the name of anew subscriber to enable us to carryout the design without loss. Owing to tiie great support wc received in the past year, we determined to testify our gratitude to our subscribers by making them an elegant present. An oil Chromo of the great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to be printed by the newest process in seven colors, specially for Tin; Pilot. The drawing was prepared by one of the host American artists, and when l ather Burke visited Boston, early in November, he saw the portrait, and expressed his satisfaction at the likeness, and his pleasure and surprise at the splendid style of the chromo. The chromo-printers were burnt out by the great lire; but they had, on the day previous, sent The Pilot Chromo to the residence o...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

OUR TERMS“~CASH ! Delivered by Carrier everywlici “ '■ " Six Monti 111 “ “ Four Mor Single Subscribers by Mail. On " “ Six “ “ “ Tlir Clubs ol Tiiree or More by Mai To Ireland ( U. .S’. postage pais PORTRAIT OF FATI A life-size Chromo-Portrai mlnlcau (valued at $2 SO) nil subscriber who pays 20 cents trail. (LIUS paying 20 cents postage to the ]: tlie Clui), will get the Chromo i Any pi rson sending us a Cluh aud ten dollars, sliali receive t free). Any person sending us ten sul ty dollars, shall receive two free) and so on, to any umnbe No Portrait sent until the mo lASTRUCTIOAS TO C Take a copy of The Pilot and neighbors; point out Its gather the names and subsci tlie mon. There are persons e of the 00,000 post-offices in this be greatly pleased and ben-.til paper, and help to circulate it. If canvassers prefer pay, 10 i lowed on all monies sent "for ( lent in value of any of the bool Donahoe they may choose to o CITIES AM) T< Arrangements can be made throughout tlie co...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

WINES,LIQXJ JOILN GIBSONS S DISTILL! funte off —AND—BOURBON W XV'-AJRICIIOTT; 321. 123, 125 Wri BROWN & HAYES, NEW ENGLAND I. Y. J i For the cure of Dyspepsia, ! Appetite, etc., try I Clifford’s Indian Vege The best tonic and diurectic i S3 per gallon, with a libera! dis For sale by the Proprietor a SAMUEL W. CLIFFORD, 94 street. Boston. ESTABLISHED ] JAMES COLLI I IMFOBTECS AND WHOLES -IXj I Foreign and. ] ; WINES & LI( 133 Reach, and SO and I We respectfully invite the atti | and public generally to our la i the above Goods, which are n< similar establishment in the ci I hand a well selected stock of Boi | Rye Whiskies, and I). W. Lawn t Rum. We offer for sale in Bone various brands of Gin, and a] Cognac and Rochelle Brandies Whiskies, St. Croix aurl Jamal Sherry and Port Wines, etc. Agents for Boston Beer Cos. XX. XXX Ales and Porter. ; Orders by mail and express ] JAMES COLLINS 133 Reach, and 80 and BOSTON. ! ROYAL DUT C. & M. SCHIE...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

MUSIC SYSTEM lOK B ; On the Pianc 3Y MAS Oil AITB This thorough anti practical w aGOLDEN KEPIIXATION as iNSTisccTios Books. Sells ] with American, ;d;o with F( Price, S : S 00. OF STB The surprising success of this tinues. Edition after edition is '2OO large pages o i the BEST S Price. Boards, $2 oO; Cloth, $ presents, $1 00. EMERSONS singin Has abundant material for the i iiiK and oilier Singing Classes. ' less than a Church Music 800 l WINNER’S NEW —FOIt THE— I Piano-Forte, Cabinet ©!•{ (iuitiu', Cornet,* Fife, German Aecortleon, Flute, Flage< Price of each hook, 1 These little works are great they are cheap, are full of ens; and have enough of instruct!! ; wants of amateurs. | The above books mailed, p I retail price. OIHVKIt WTSOX «S j C. 21. IMTSO.Y & « | Acceptable Musica To a lady friend. A Sweet-Toned .llnsic B Costing frc The large boxes are wonder! harmonious. 1 An Flcgnnt Guitar. Prices fi | A Violin. Now a Lady’s Ins! (For the Boys aud Girls). I Dr...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

DECORAT SOCIETY im Badges, Banners, R MADE TO ORDER on the mo. and at shortest notice. . Orders sol ly attended to, and patterns sen dress Adam A foblT:ly:7p lift Market FLAGS AND II IX SILK, HUNTING, AN Send lor price BUNTING, IS inches wide or yard. MILITARY AND REGA GOLD AND SILVER LACES, FRINGES cor: B 1 SIIA CROSS EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, SOCIETY BADGES AN] MILITARY, MASONIC, A! LOWS’ BOOK POLLARD & 111 Importers and Man 10-I Tremont BOSTON, MA | Please mention (his paper, an wanted, when you write for pri BANNERS AND BE Mr. C. W. ROETH, artist, 3: ton, will promptiy execute all < and Decorations in the most art Banners for Churches, Sun Iterance Societies, Military Cos Organizations, will be finished if the Societies will send to Mr. ] of the designs or mottoes requii All kinds of Ecclesiastical 1 falques, Repositories, etc., aril Samples of Banner Paint in ROETH can be seen at Ills store BADGES AND f ICor Sooieti Made to...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

S A VINOS I Removed to No. Place, near the Institution for THE BUS! —or THE—EMIGRANT SAYIi 13 not Interrupted by the lire. Bank liave removed its I I\ T eiv Banking Ho. 52 TEMPI,] (Near the Provident lustitu The Bank will be open as usual SIX PEE OEI'TT I President: PATBICK VICE-rEEStDE? noil. WILLIAM CLAFLIN. Very Bev. I*. F. LYNIX )> Rev. ROBERT FUL lion. TIIOM (Collector of the JAMES POWERS. OEM MARTIN LENNON. GUSI JACOB PFAFF. ALAI CHARLES MARSH. JAMI (Jordan, Marsh A Cos.) Rev.. Rev. GEORGE A. HA TEE A? URER Tlioi; TRCSTEES: James McKenna. Janie? Charles F. Donnelly. John James McCormick. Patri< John B. Moran, M. D. Richa Michael 11. Gleason. Oorn< Chrysostom I’. Douahoe. John James 11. Tallon. 11. J. Charles Repan. Alex. Matthew Kcauy. John John Nagle. ' E<lwa Robert McDevitt. Thom George Thompson. John John W. McDonald. tf. D Hugh Ferguson, M. D. .lame Phillip O’Donnell. Thou Christopher A. Connor. Pafk J. Donahoe, Waltham. Mich; B....

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

SHIPPII PASSENG Brought from and to Ireland, in ii jjk OF ST j" -'.r > ,fcg : Arriving at Boston and I Sailing tlieret i Afi: THE LOAVES 1 j PATRICK DOXAKOF., Bosl | to make known to his countryn j prepared to bring out passeng | send home money, etc., etc. : For tlie purpose of entire pi | constantly kept on deposit in tl of Ireland, against which MR. drafts, payable at sight, for £1 i the Bank, and all its branches, : | the last twenty-five years, aif ] remittance perfectly safe and m i The principal objects of MR. ! Ist. By the sale of his Bills I Rank of Ireland, and by keeping | to meet the same, to furnish to I “ds country a safe remittance | Ireland. Al. To receive moneys from j chase for them passage tickets transmit the same to their frit whom the passages were ordere To receive moneys from p of the City of Boston, and to : to forwarding into the interior direction, their friends and i arrive at this port from Ireland MR. DONAHOE sells Drafts on the Provincial Ba...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ENGLAND. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ENGLAND. SECOND EDITION. A 11 lot in Derby. London, .Inn. E, While siv Charles Dillce was delivering nn adijVr'Ss on the subject o£ ‘ ‘ Land ntid sVepic ” in Derby last night, a. mob attacked the meeting and attempted to disperse It. The adherents of Sir Charles resisted the assault and a severe struggle ensued. Several persons were injured and many windows broken. 'l'lie lighting lasted over an hour. Great excitement prevailed throughout the town. Order was at length restored, and the meeting brought to a close. A large crowd, armed with-sticks and bludgeons, escorted the speaker and wile to their hotel.

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Death of Napoleon III. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Death of Napoleon III. Tlie cfiWo brought the news on the Gtli instaht that the ex-Kmperor Napoleon was ill, and bail to undergo a dangerous operation tor stone in the bladder. The next • lay’s despatches were in no way alarming, although the illness continued. On the morning of the Bth the carriages of the aristocracy besieged the residence at Cliiselirarst, and waited anxiously for the bulletins. At three o’clock he was worse, and the adherents of bis family were greatly depressed. At midnight be was suffering acute pain, but, the bulletin said, “his strength and endurance were great.” At twenty-live minutes past twelve on the morning of the 9tli inst.,lie breathed his last. Thus died Charles Louis Napoleon, exEmperorof Franco, in his 65th year. After si chequered career he was declared Emperor of the French on the 2nd of December, 1852; and lie forfeited Ids throne on the 31st of August, 1871—the day of the battle of Sedan. He leaves behind a widow—the beloved ex- Empress Eugenie...

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Death of the General of the Dominicans. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Death of the General of the Dominicans. We are sorry to announce a great loss to the Church in the death of the lit. liev. Father Jandel, General of the Dominican Order, who departed this life in Rome on the evening of December 10. His illness Mas a protracted one, but not without hopes of recovery. The Pope, who regarded Father Jandel with high esteem and affection, sent him his special benediction , and expressed deep regret at the loss of so tine and valuable a member oi the Church militant.

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Testimonial to Mr. P. S, Gilmore. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Testimonial to Mr. P. S, Gilmore. DAN GODFREY. The Journal publishes the following letter from Mr. Dan Godfrey to Mr. P. s. Gilmore, covering a handsome gilt of silver and some personal ornaments, as indicating on the part of the Grenadier Band a kind appreciation of the labors of Mr. Gilmore. It is certainly pleasant to know that the reception given to the band has left a pleasant remembrance, which is thus gratefully acknowledged Lo'xnox, Dec. 18,187:!. Dr.vh Mr. Gilmore: —I take the opportunity of Mr. Prescott's return to Boston to forward for your acceptance a small souvenir of the visit of myself and the hand of the Grenadier Guards to America. It consists of a little service of plate for the dinner table, ottered you by myself and the baud In conjunction, and a set of jewelry (as worn l»y our regiment) front myself. \Vc can never forget the geniality and thorough good-heartedness , displayed by you towards us on all occasions; nor the kindly manner in which your wishes were al...

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The Murderer Stokes. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

The Murderer Stokes. Stokes was on Wednesday, the Bth hist., taken out of “ Murderer's Row” and put back into his old, coni fort ably-appointed cell, to his great satisfaction, and for the first time in the history of the Tombs prison, the singular spectacle is presented of a felon convicted of murder and sentenced to he hanged, taken from the quarters of the condemned to those of unconvicted prisoners. Air. Dos Passos, one of Stokes’s counsel, is engaged in the preparation of the bill <n exceptions to constitute tlie basis of the application for anew trial. There are twenty-eight objections to the rulings of Judge JJoardmau during the trial. The bill Will also recite several circumstances which have transpired since. Amongthem fs a remark which one of the jurors is said lo hare made: “ That Stokes should be convicted anyhow.” Probably ten days will intervene' before the matter is brought before the court.

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous fyjemls who have sent us letters and, Subscriptions in advance. we select tIMJ following Johu Nagle notto;i , Mass., {3O. Wi lve IVcw Subscribers. AMUsnruY Mill*. Mass.. JnSv B>;\r Sir:— Kyclosed Uud $2B JH). for PVelve Copied 'of The PiVot. Seven will warn i Tiromos. All Ucw subscribers. Yours truly, B. J. Freeman. Club in AVobMiU, Mass. WOBOiS,Mass., Dec. 2s. 1872. Dear Sir:— Please fludherein $54, tor Club of subscribers to Tin: Pilot, nor will I stop here, but will send you more. All should work with a will now tor the dear old Pilot. Yours, James Maguire. Club of Twenty-one. DitACUT, Mass., Dec. 24,1872. Dear Sm: —Allow me to tender you our sympathy tor the great loss you have suffered; and, to prove the sincerity ot my words, I send von Money Order for a Club of twenty-one for The Pilot , and I earnestly hope that God will prolong your life for many years to come to be our guide, and pilot us safe among the many sand bars which ...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

DEATH TEUfiVKSSE] Keogh—ln Knoxville. Jail 2, native ot the parish of Ardare, Ireland, In liis6otli year. NOW RE. SADLIEH’S CATIIOLI DIRECTORY m FOR THE YEAR OF OF AVii.li J<’i ill Rotiirm< riouK Iliocenos in i Stale's and HritifAmoiica —TOGETIIEU WITH A The Archbishops, Bisho] in Ireland 1 vol. liimo,) Paptr - 1 vol. lliinn., Cloth - - Sent by mail, j*osta<c paid, advertised price. Address — D.&J. SADIIER&C( :U Barclay fS XKW YORK MALDEN DYE I.a

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are inserted for At aregnlu- mectiug of tiio SaxonvUle Debating Society, held at Athenaiun) Hall, Jan. 2, the following resolutions were unanimously adoptVVHEitEAS, It has pleased Almighty Hod to call from our midst our friend and brother member, John Nicholas Byknks; therefore, be it Resolveil, That in Ills death this Society has lost one of its oldest and most esteemed members—one I who has made himself dear lo us by his noble and ! manly nature, and whose every action seemed ; guided by the most generous and liouorable mo- ; lives. Resolved, That this Society unite with the sor- | rowing friends of the deceased iu extending to his I bereaved family, especially to his most afflicted father, our heartfelt sympathy in this their sad : affliction, assuring them that lie shall long and affectionately be remembered by the members of | this Society. | lie solved, That a copy of these resolutions he : forwarded to the bereaved family ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

CATHOLIC PUBLIC i CIETY’S COLI BOOKS PUBLISHEI Catholic Publicali All Hallow Evp A Sister's Story Abridgment of the Christian D An Epistle of Jesus Christ An Essay in Aid of a Grammar An Illustrated History of Irelan An Amicable Discussion Anima Divota Anne Scverin Apologia Pro Vita Sua Aspirations of Nature Blbllograplda Catliollca Arneric Book of Holy Rosary Bona Alors Book of Irish Martyrs Catholic Tracts, 1 vol. Umo... Catholic Hymns and Canticles. Catholic Christian Instructed.. Catechism of the Council of Tr( Christ aud the Church Christine, and other Poems... Comedy of Convocation Confidence in the Mercy of Got Constance Sherwood Cradle Lands Diary of a Sister of Mcrey Dion and the Sibyls Bayley's History of the Church Elia; or. Spain Fifty Years Ag< Bossuefs Exposition of the Cii The same, 32m0 Father Rowland Familiar Discourses to the Yot Familiar Instructions on Mental Fleurange—Airs. Craven Caban's History of the Church o Gallitzin's Letters on Scripture Gallit...

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