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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

Business Ke Vegktise.—'Wlien the bloo and stagnant. either from ehanj climate, want ol exercise, irre; an; other cause, the Vegkti blood, carry off the putrid hi stomach, regulate the bonds, y vigor to the whole body. I FotiEWAitxixG of Con sc \ir that a cough, a cold, or some ot tion of the throat or lungs alu , sumption, and that all these i with absolute eertaintv by II llOREiiorxn axd Tail I Avenue. For sale by all Drugg Loss of Appetite, Heartburn Heart, Dizziness, sleeplessn Wind, Mental and Physical D ! choly are caused lvv ‘a disai I digestive organs. To tliorou symptoms, White's Special 1 is the only prompt , efficient ano (J. White, Proprietor, 107 1 Boston. Price, $1 per bottle. i Pike’s Toothache Drops curt MISSING FR See Third page. Information* V Of Dennis Hurley; from, Dec 22, 1800, be was on formation in regard to him will aunt. Mary Hurley, 50 Albai Massachusetts. Of MAKA* AN N TIIr KSON of in Quebec. 0 E. living with dress William Irvine, llvtowr OK. Of John Golden...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

THE BO I STAR CLOTHING ; 19, 22 &23 Doc Tin: o\li ONE PRICE CLOTH IX DOCK SQUARE, A Best Place in To <'lotlie your Hoye at kveiiy oxe skrvhd alii principle on which to do busincs V. A. Messing* PROPRIETY ifDITfiAULE CLOI HAVE A Cor. Washington & PAliLOll FDR? Solas, Loungeß, E; and Tioclcing C MAXUF.ICTCKEI SIT A Importers of Laycork’s best Ei Salesrooms: 27 Sudbury, ; Portland Streets. Itostoi DR. H. J. G-Al 407 Essex Street, S | Office Homs— 7 to ta.ni, HAKRING ITII E H A ' DOCK SQI Societies, Schools, etc., funds! Hats .(Caps, and Gloves, BOOTS AND ! SEW STOKE : SEIV <;ooi>sj AEIV STI I BYRNES & KELLY, 1684 (nearly opposite Washington M the best selected slocks ot Boe found iu Boston. Our prices Do not fail to examine our stoe pu rchasimr else where. T. F. BYRNES. LEGAL NO5 \ T OTI( i: IS HEREBY -1A subscriber has been duly tor of the Will of GEOKGK F". Boston, in the county of Sntiol ceased, ami has taken upon ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

TO & FROM E the anchor Strain to and from til pool, and Londo One of the favorite Clydc-t Steamers, AC AtJl A. COLUMBIA. A lkxandria .dorian . ANGLIA, ETHIOPIA, ASSYRIA. EITROPA, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, lOWA, ISM ALIA, ITALIA. BOLIVIA, BRITANNIA, CALEDONIA, . OLYMPIA. CAST ALIA, ROMA, SaUs even- Wednesday and S from Pier 20, N'orth Ri Reduced Rales of Passage , I’ay Chis>row. Liverpool or E ruul 87 5. Intermediate. s3o CabinExeursiou Tickets. Si: Prepaid Certificates (stecrag to New \ ork or Boston-—cab Intermediate, $4O. steerage booked to and from Hamburg Gottenburg, Christiana, Copen] low rates. Drafts issued payable at any tain and Ireland. For further information applj Office, No. 7 Bowling Green, N. C. L. BDRTLET 1<» itroa il st IVAKREA A 139 Ntn tc st .t. tv. t aU iu:.\( lO ltroud st WANT! Notices of this description inser One Dollar. W'A yu p-a thoroughlj t t lie Clerk, to take charge o Store in one of the largest cities dress, with references fro...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 18 January 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. STEERAGE PASSAGE REDUCED. INMAN LINE —OF— Powerful Royal Rail Steamers, TO AM> FROM LIVERPOOL, Calling at Queenstown TWICE EVERY WEEK. CITY OF BRISTOL, Thursday, Jan. 3 CITY OF BROOKLYN Saturday, Jan. 11 CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, Jail. 18 RATES OF PASSAGE FROM BOSTON. STEERAGE PASSAGE—To Loudon, Liverpool, Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, Cardiff, or Londonderry , #3O CURRENCY. From the above points to Boston, #3O CURRENCY. CABIN— SEVEATY-FIVE and NINETY HOLLARS, Gold, according to accommodation. The plan of construction adopted on the steamers of the INMAN LINE, together with the arrangements for securing the comforts of steerage passengers, are acknowledged to be superior to any other. Cabin Passengers will have nothing to provide for the voyage; Steerage Passengers will only have to find their bedding and mess tins. Each Passenger is assigned a separate berth, and married couples, with their children, will be berthed together, if they so des...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim's! at he thy God's, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON,. SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1873. No. 4.

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The Oaken Bucket. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Oaken Bucket. BY SAMUEL WOODWORTH. THE PILOT. Boston, January 25, 1873. How dear to the heart are the scenes of my childhood, When iond recollection presents tjiem to view ! The orchard, the meadow, the deep-tangled wild-wood, Vnd every loved spot which my iniancy knew; The wide-spreading pond, and the mill which stood by it, The bridge and the rock where the cataract fell; The cot ol my father, the dairy house nigh it, And e’en the rude bucket which hung in the well. The old oaken bucket, the iron-bound bucket, The moss-covered bucket which hung in the well. That moss-covered vessel I hail as a treasure; For often, at noon, when returned from the field, I found it the source of an exquisite pleasure. The purest and sweetest that nature can yield. How ardent 1 seized it with hands that were glowing, \nd quick to the white-pebbled bottom it fell! Then soon with the emblem of truth over-flowing, And dripping with coolness, it rose from the well; 'the old oaken bucket, the iron-bou...

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State of Affairs in Germany. POLICY OF BISMARCK. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

State of Affairs in Germany. POLICY OF BISMARCK. European Correspondence of Tiik Pilot. A tv. German Peers. In order that the Chancellor of the Empire might bring the various parts of district Government under his own immediate control, he obtained the creation of twenty-five new Peers, who should vote as he directed. The old members of the Upper Jlou.se wlio were interested in the appointment of magistrates rejected the bill so warmly patronized by Prinee Bismarck. The dissolution of the Chamber followed; and on its roopening the new creations, determined to vote according to Bismarckian Inspiration, took their seats. They are, for the greater part, employes of the Government, anti naturally will do as the Government or Bismarck directs. The others are proprietors of recent growth, desirous of stamping their newlv-risen names with a title of nobility. Thus there will be little difficulty iu the adoption of anv'law, no matter how opposed to the principles of right or justice, or eve...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, Jan. 4, 1873. J (iolthvln Smith. Has taken the field on the “ Irish Question.” It appears that some weeks ago he joined the Methodists, and that being asked to lecture in aid of one of their churches in Toronto, he took this for his subject. Itseems that lie has become somewhat tainted with the spirit of bigotry which is peculiar to the followers of John Wesley, because his whole lecture was nothing more than a fierce attack on the Catholic religion, such as the liberal-minded Goldwin Smith never made before he turned Methodist. To her religious principles, lie said that Jrelaid owed all her misfortunes. She should have abandoned her faith to suit political exigencies., and save herself by apostasy. Such were the sentiments he expressed in more roundabout language, but which may be summed up in those few words. However, when he left off the religious aspect and treated of the question in a political light he expressed himself more generously. Ills Opinion ...

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SKETCH OF NAPOLEON III. THE EVENTS OF HIS LIFE. THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. THE YOUNG NAPOLEON. THE HOUSE OF BONAPARTE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

SKETCH OF NAPOLEON III. THE EVENTS OF HIS LIFE. THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. THE YOUNG NAPOLEON. THE HOUSE OF BONAPARTE. Charles Louis Napoleon Bonaparte, ex-Emperor of I France, whose death at Cbiselhurst, within about three , months of completing the 65th year of his life, was bora in the palace of the Tuileries, April 20, 1808, and the birth was announced through the Empire and in Holland bv the roar of artillery. He was baptized by Cardinal Fesch, Nov. 4, 1810, the Emperor and the Empress Marie Louise being his sponsors. After Napoleon’s return from Elba his young nephew accompanied him to the Champ de Mai, and was there presented to the deputies of the people and the 1 j army. The splendor of this scene left a deep impression on the mind of the boy, then only seven years old. When Napoleon embraced him for the* last time at Malmaison he ! was much agitated. Ihe child wished to follow liis uncle, and Was with difficulty paciliqd by his mother. Then commenced the banishment of tin fam...

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A Sham Clergyman. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

A Sham Clergyman. Tlie following article we take from the editorial columns of the X. Y. Tribune. We recommend it to the careful reading of all, and especially of our Protestant friends, many of whom were speedy to predict ‘ ‘ the downfall of Catholicity ” when it was attacked by the k ‘ Rev. Mr. Keatinge,” about two years ago. This swindler was widely known : in Boston he was received by Protestant Bishops, and backed by nearly every one'of the daily Press. We remember him well, for we called him at the time “a swindler,” or some such name; and the fellow entered an action for libel against The Pilot— which he withdrew, however, when he found that we knew more about him than he expected. The following shows the temporary close of his brilliant career. Will the Boston Daily Advertiser please copy or notice this article? It was yerv kind to ] the ‘ * Rev. Mr. Keatinge ": — It may be interesting to some of our readers to know that a clerical impostor who is somewhat known upon this si...

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Roman Chronicles. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Roman Chronicles. From Our Special Roman Correspondent Rome, Dec. 21, 1872. Etalinu Obscenity. : It is a sad (ask to be obliged to take cognizance of the basi ost principle in humanity, in other countries obscenity, no matter what form it assumes, hides itself away from the gaze of men as a foul thing, and shuns the day, which it does not dare to pollute with its presence. In one land, however, this vice, setting aside all shame, parades itself in full day and before the eyes of all. That land is Italy. Here, in the shape of books and pictures, the vice of obscenity throngs the most public and most fashionable stoeets and squares, enters the choicest cafes, and meets young and old at every turn. Its latest achievement has been to take pos- ! session of the match-boxes! For two cents you might purchase a neat little box of wax-matches, and the upper and under surface of the box contained a chromo-lithograph, generally of the most obscene character. Now wax-match-es are articles of ge...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEBEEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed BY MISS' MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF "HISTORY." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEBEEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed BY MISS' MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF "HISTORY." CHAPTEII IX—(Continued). ■ ‘ Ch, yon fool, you fool!” murmured Katherine, who had seen his fright, and who had melted again as suddenly as she had named. Christopher was himself again, for that musical murmur of a curious pet name was the very signal ami watchword of hi? delight. And he was right in "expecting that she would now be very good to him, for she dropped him one sweet word after another, while she picked up her flowers and pretended to put them to lights again; as if sorry for the destruction she had made. Airs. Lee sighed as she looked at the picture of the beautiful young woman sitting smiling in the hay, and the bewitched young man at her feet. Mrs. Lee was a troubledlooking woman, with large brown eyes, and very odd manners. This son of ber.s was like to break her heart. | Sir John stood a lit tie aloof from the group, and had evidently at this moment got somethin...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE PILOT IS ITT LISHT.D BY PATRICK DONAHOE, oCO Washington S-treet, BOSTON, MASS., TO WHOM AM. LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSER. CONDITIONS. IS ALL CASES IS ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers in Boston S3 30 •• “ six mouths 150 •• “ four months 1 33 Subscribers, by Mail, one year 2 •• “ • k six months.-•• 1 • • “ “ three months. Ot> C bibs ol three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO .. .» i. slxmonthsl OO three “ 50 To Ireland ( U. JS. postage prepaid) 303 lloston Wholesale Dealers : M'.W ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. W ILIA AM KftiTING, 836 Washington street. HER. MoCAKY. No. 9 Thatcher court, No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Kail lttver, Mass.-I. P. POPE, i litiwrence, Mnss.-M. RINK. *Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. 1 roi Id. me, I{. I.—TILLINGIIAST & MA- > * > n ; s s .COLLI Ns . 23 31 athewson street. ? :1 t City .-THE AMERICAN NEWS < O. UJ Nassau street. Brookljn, K. V.-M. KEVIN. J , 1 - PPP- HUGHES.692Broadway Troj , A. I#—P. .I. DOOI.EV, 18*J River street Oswcko. i\. '< CKORGE H.HEKS i? iiffdio, IV. V.- T.S. HAWKS. 81 E Seneca at Philadelphia, 1 NTRAI. NEWs co ' ■ nut ,'treet. ** ; Erie, Pn.->:.1I. A HA«’KI-:, 70S State street, anti JSo. l ark Row. Baltimore, Md.- II.TAYLt 1 k .Stm Ironß’dinr Cleveland, O. LI. KB AM Kit, RAVSON ' EVANS £ CO. N Cincinnati, O.—THECINCI NNATIN EWS CO •J.P.WAI.SII ;.I.RICIIA RDS;J I ■ LEV Chicago' 111.—WESTERN NEWS • Kt. LiOuis, Mo.—PATRICK FOX, i . i 'CIS HOOK & NEWS CO. Eoni4vHIe,Ky.—A.GUNTER;C.T.Di .AIt ... lUiUvnukie, V Vis.—WlS< ONsIN NEWS CO WILLIAM ELI IS. De...

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SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCOEE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCOEE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART II. From the Dublin nation. CHAPTER XXXlll—(Continued). And now the people were doomed to suffer tlie worst forms of retaliation at the hands of the landlords, whose savage enmity their uncalculating patriotism had provoked. Notices to quit were scattered broadcast over the country, and there were scores of sad faces by many Munster firesides. The farmers knew they had no mercy "to expect from the vulture-hearted autocrats at whose altar they refused to bend the knee of moral servitude. It was well for the great bulk of them that they were not taken .unawares —that the racanche of the territorialists could not come upon them like a thief in the night. Cautious, industrious, self-deny-ing, thrifty, they had ‘ ‘ laid by ” in more prosperous days; and now they were to reap the reward of their providence. Pounds had accumulated on top of pounds—in many cases hundreds had been added to hundreds; and, if all went ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December 28. ANTRIM. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December 28. ANTRIM. catholic Teachers’ Protest.— The Catholic teachers held a meeting at Cookstown, Antrim, on Sunday, Dec. 2-2, to protest | against the late agreement of the National Education Commissioners, which it was obligatory for teachers to sign before receiving their payments. They suggested an independent court of arbitration. Belfast Improvements. — At a special meeting of the r own Councillors 01 Belfast, Dec. 21, a petition was adopted to the Dome Government Board asking for powers to borrow money to erect baths and washhouses, to repave streets, to acquire additional ground lor public parks If necessary, to complete the Ragging of lootpaths, and other matters. A tender for I the sewerage works on the Antrim road (amounting to upwards of Al-,000) was also approved of.— Dundalk Democrat. Waifs from tiie Wrecked. -A large quantity of wreckage was washed ashore near Carrickfergus on the —d and _3id of Dec It includes barrels, planks, oars, and...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. AniTHMKnc.—O’Sullivan’s Arithmetic has boon approved by tlie Commissioners ol National Education. Gladstone ani> the Prisoners. Mr. Gladstone’s secretary lias written to the promoters of the Fenian amnesty meeting at Bradford, England, staling that the opinions of the Government on the subject have not changed. The charges of cruelty arc denied. —Dublin Freeman. The Lord-Lieutenantcy.— Both at the West End Clubs and in the city of London the rumor is revived that Earl Spencer has again requested to be released from the Governor-Generalship of Ireland. In the now possible event of the Lord-Lieuten-•intcv becoming vacant, tbenamesof Lord Kimberley and Mr. Chichester Fortescue are mentioned as probable competitors for the Viceroyalty. Should Lord Kimberley’s claims be attended with success, then Mr. Fbrtesoue becomes Colonial Secretary, and Mr. W. E. Forster goes to the Board of Trade. —Irish Times. Another English Colony Free.—Another of England’s colonial po...

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THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE EX-EMPRESS EUGENIE. Eugenie Marie de Guzman, Countess of Teba, ex-Empress of the French and widow of Napoleon, was born at Malaga, in Spain, May 5, 1826'. Her mother was Donna Maria Manuela Kirkpatrick, of Closeburn, Countess Dowager deMontijo, whose father was English Consul at Malaga at the period of her marriage with the Count of Montijo, an officer in the Spanish army, connected more or less closely with the houses of the Duke of Frias, representative of the ancient admirals of Castile, of the Duke of Fyars and others of the highest rank, including the Kings of Arragon. Her marriage with Napoleon was celebrated with much magnilicence on January 2!), 1853, at Notre Dame. The life of the Empress Eugenie from the time of her marriage to the breaking out of the Prussian war was comparatively uneventful, being largely passed in works of chanty and devotion. She became mother of an heir to the house ,of Bonaparte, March 15, 1856. Accompanied by the Emperor she visited the cholera ...

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THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE PRINCE IMPERIAL. The young Prince Napoleon Engene Louis Jean Joseph was born on the 15th ol March, 1850, and is therefore now drawing toward the completion of his seventeenth year. While still in arms he was placed on the muster roll of the French Imperial Guards as a private in the regiment; for, as it was intended that he should receive a military education, and afterward assume a military command, it was designed as a compliment to the army that lie should, at least nominally, go through all the gradations of the service. The young Prince Imperial bears the reputation of being intelligent, good-tempered, and very much attached to his friends. His “ baptism of fire ” in front of the Prussians was the only remarkable event of his life. The late Napoleon was extremely attached to this his only son and heir. The boy is not reported to possess much force of character; but the world may be destined to hear from him yet.

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