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FATHER BURKE. Another Splendid Lecture. “No Salvation. Outside of the Catholic Church.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

FATHER BURKE. Another Splendid Lecture. “No Salvation. Outside of the Catholic Church.” From tlic Irish-American. We give, this week, a full report of the discourse on the above subject, delivered by the Very Rev. Father Burke, before au finraensc audience, in St. Michael’s Church, New York My friends, the subject on which I have chosen to address you this evening is a most important one. The question which most nearly concerns every man in this world is the question which the people asked the Apostles outlie day of Pentecost: ‘ ‘ What shall we do in order to be saved?” There are, before every man, two futures—a future of time, and a future of eternity : a future made up of a few passing, fleeting hours of time, with their burden of joy or of sorrow: but whether, indeed, to be crowned with every delight, like the lives 1 of those reprobates of the Scripture, who tilled every valley with their pleasures, and denied themselves nothing,—or, whether, on the other hand, this future of ti...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Turning Over a New Leaf. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Turning Over a New Leaf. Is there any duty more imperative than your duty to protect your own fireside? In these blustering January evenings you appreciate its comfort; you enjoy the" cheerfulness which illuminates it, and the peaceful contrast which it furnishes to the toil and vexations of the day. For this charm of the family circle you" are indebted to your wife and children. Now, what provision have you made for their comfort and support after that day when you w r ill he, perhaps suddenly, taken away from them by death? Have you thought of that? y ou insured your life for their benefit.’' If you have not, this is the time to tarnover your new leaf, and have a policy of life insurance written upon it at once. if you think that you “ can’t afford ” to insure your life, we shall have to ask, Can you afford to support your family? The expense of the insurance is properly a.household expense; paid, not to provide for the wants of to-day, but for those distress...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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How It May Be Done. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

How It May Be Done. Life Ixsuhaxcf. invites every man to save his money. Its spirit appeals to him to be economical in his expenses, to be prudent in his habits, to be systematical in laying aside a certain sum regularly for a result which la sure to be obtained. For this purpose the Life Insurance Society is much better than a savings-bank. The first annual premium paid for a life insurance is money saved for the future. The amount of interest earned by this sum of money in a savings-bank during the year will be correspondingly trifling. But what a legacy it bequeaths to a family when it has been deposited with a good Life Insurance Society! Now, every man, however poor, however humble, is able to make this first payment on a life insurance policy by laying aside a trifle every day. Arid, if he will lay aside this trifle, and is in good health and of good habits, his life can be insured. Is not your life worth the price of a poor cigar? Well, if you will lay aside the price of that...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence. The Holy Father received tlie Minister Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Chili, Dec. 21st. A concert was given for the benefit of St. Joseph’s Church, San Jose, Cal., December 20tli. An entertainment was given at St. Joseph’s School. New Orleans, Dec. 13th, under the direction of the Christian Brothers. Fifty new members were received, Dec. loth, into the Sodality at the Cathedra], Philadelphia, which has now 500 members, and is one of the most flourishing in the city. The 12th of December, being the feast of Our Lady of Guadaloupe, the Patroness of Mexico, was specially celebrated in San Francisco by the citizens of Spanish extraction. The Catholic Young Men’s Club, of Ilalifax; gave a very pleasing entertainment at their hall, Grafton street, Dec. 22nd. It is the intention to give them fortnightly during the season. The new Church of St. Mary, in Wilkesbarre, Penn., is on property of 120 by 220 feet. It will seat 2000, and will be 70 feet wide by 145 feet d...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

TO OUR PATRONS. Our numerous friends will please take notice that almost all the stereotype plates of Mr. Donalioe’s books, and all the printed stock of same on hand, were destroyed in the tire. We cannot, in consequence, furnish scarcely any of our own publications (except Morocco and Velvet-bound Prayer Books) at present. We have on hand, however, a good supply of all the books of the other American Catholic publishers, for any of which we will be happy to receive orders. We are now preparing new plates of all our popular boots, including Prayer Books, Story Books, Song Books, &c., Ac., of which due announcement will be made in The Pilot as they are issued. The New Editions will he brought out in the most approved manner, and subject to a careful revision, it is the intention of Mr. Donahoe to make his publications first class in every respect. New Editions of the following are now ready;— A Most Popular School Text-Book, Which is being generally introduced into all Ca...

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MY FAMILIAR. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

MY FAMILIAR. BY JOHN G. SAXE. Again I hear that creaking step— He’s rapping at the door’.— Too well I know the boding sou nd That ushers in a bore. I do not tremble when I meet The stoutest ol my toes, But heaven defend me from the friend Who comes—but never goesl He drops into my easy-chair, And asks about the news; He peers into my manuscript, And gives ids candid views; He tells me where hellkes the line, And where lie’s forced to grieve; He hikes the strangest liberties— But never takes liis leave. He reads my daily paper through Before I’ve seen a word; He seaus the lyric (that 1 wrote), And thinks It quite absurd; lie calmly smokes my last cigar, And calmly asks for more; He opens everything lie sees, Except the entry door! He talks about his fragile health, And tells me of the pains He suffers from a score of ills Of which he ue’er complains; And how lie struggled once with death To keep the thud at bay; On themes like those away lie goes But never goes away! He tells me of t...

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THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” Unredeemable bonds—Vaga-bonds. “ Capital” affairs—National loans. A 51RST- class Life policy—Keep out of debt. The power of reserve is often the reserve of power., The very essence of truth is plainness and brightness. A bad style of arithmetic—Division in families. God often hangs the greatest weights on the smallest wires. Only nine per cent, of the population of Russia can read. Philadelphia is now the worst lighted city in the Union. Colorado has doubled in population and wealth since 1870. Well arranged time is one of the rarest signs of a well-ordered mind. Hercules was a model husband; rather than stay out late at night he would carry his club home with him. Education pays an annual income forlife I without expense for insurance, repairs, or taxes. A HUSRAND can readily foot the bills of a wife who is not afraid to be seen footing the stockings of her husband. A child was asked, “ What is faith?” She answered. “ Doing God...

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The Penalties of Fashion. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Penalties of Fashion. Women will look in vain for health while they dress as they do. livery garment they wear, from head to foot, disturbs the balance of circulation; the head-gear overheats the hack of the brain, causing congestion of that organ, and weakness ol the spine; the corset both overheats and compresses the chest, besides throwing its muscle out of use, and therefore weakening them; the under-skirts, outer-skirts, and over-skirts, with all their heavy trimmings and other parapliernelia, not only impede locomotion, but they press upon the bowels, thus forcing them upon the pelvic organs, and causing displacements. They also overheat, and thereby weaken and inflame the surrounding parts, and lay the foundation lor morbid discharges and morbid growths. Add to this the fact that the extremities arc never covered half so warmly ns 1 lie hips, but that they are habitually chilled from insuflicient covering, and that these parts are compressed and ligatured, with garters, s...

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Help for Old Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Help for Old Ireland. Tlie Convent of (lie Holy Cross, Keumare, County Kerry, Ireland, tlie home of Sister Mary Francis Clare, who has spent years toiling for the historical fame of her native land, is deeply in debt, she appeals to her countrymen in America for help. It is for Ireland, for Religion, for tlie Starving Poor, of tlie poorest part of the Old I Countrv. It is to help to feed Hungry Irish Children. To Clothe and Shelter Homeless Irish Children. Those who know, from their own experience, what the poor suffer in Ireland, will not refuse all the assistance they can give; those who do not know may believe my words, no help can be had here front Fairs or Lotteries; (he place is too remote and the people are too poor; we depend upon the well-known generosity of the Irish in America; it has never failed; it will not fail now. The names of all who give donations, with the amount given, will be published in Tin: (Boston) Pilot, and other papers. The sums collected are to be sent ...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

MUSIC. Acceptable Musical Presents! To a lady friend. A Sweet-Toned Jlnsic Box. Costing from $5 CO to SlOO 00. The large boxes are wonderfully powerful and harmonious. An Klegant Guitar. Prices from SI 50 to 575 00. A Violin. Now a Lady’s Instrument . (For the Boys and Girls). S5 00 to $5O 00. Drums, Concertinas, Accordcons, or I'Tutinas, Clarionets, Flutes, Flageolets, Fifes. All these, of all varieties, and of the best manufacture, together with an unrivalled stock of B.OD IXSVIIIJIMUEJVTSy are for sale at moderate prices by John C. Haynes & Cos .? 33 Court St. (opposite Court House) Boston. myll:ly:7th Choirs, Musical Classes, Conventions, Academies, ATTENTION! TO TIIE FOLLOWING CHOICE LIST OF NEW CANTATAS ! ORATORIOS ! ANTHEMS! New and Attractive Cantatas. FORTY-SIXTH PSALM. . Dudley Buck. 1.00 FESTIVAL CANTATA. . Eugene Thayer. 1.25 GOUNOD’S CHORAL MUSIC 50 Well worthy of careful study. MUSICAL ENTHUSIAST. . . . Ilcwltt. 50 All amusing and very melodious musical ext...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

COLLEGr a. m. i>. a. BOSTON COL Near the Church of the Immai Itarrison Avei is intended for Day Scholars, i (date course of English, Latin Languages, Mathematics. &c. The Scholastic year is divided the tirst beginning hi September, ruary. Hours of attendance from 8K Terms, S3U a season. Catalog cured at Tiie Pilot Office. COLLEGEOFTHEIII Worcester, Jla This College is under the dir< thersof tiie Society of Jesus, a solely for the education of Catlic “ Bogaclioag,” or, Hill of Pleasa two miles of tiie City of Worcesl an extensive view of the beautifv The water is abundant and exi grounds are spacious; the locat healthy, and affords facilities foi meut at all seasons. The col! indices on the tirst Monday c students are received at any per Applications from other instit received without testimonials *as conduct from the principal of tli they had attended. TERMS. For board, tuition, washing, me and socks,, per annum (of te payable half-yearly, in ad vai...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

ACADEMIES. ST. MARY’S ACADEMIC INSTITUTE, St. Mary’s of tlie Woods, Vigo County, Xnd. Tlie pupils of this spacious and elegantly finished and furnished Institute enjoy, at very low rates, every advantage conducive to pleasure and health, together with unrivalled facilities for acquiring a thorough and accomplished education. The scholastic year begins SEPTEMBER FIRST. For terms and other particulars, addresssell :ly :7th SISTER SUPERIOR. ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, Elmhurst, Providence, It. I. The Ladies of the Sacred Heart have opened an Academy for Young Ladies at Elmhurst, Providence. This beautiful location combines every advantage that can be desired for such an institution. The grounds are spacious, containing some thirty acres, varied witli lawns and woodland, and a pleasure pond which offers, in their season, the amusements of bathing, boating, fishing, and skating. Situated on an eminence, it is dry and healthy, and commands a full view of the city and miles of the Narraga...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

COUNSELLORS. E. 15. O’COjSISOK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAAV, 13 Court Square. Office 8. jan4:ly PATRICK J. FLATLS2V, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. je22:ly:7th J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, j\o. 47 Court st. (Room 8), ]'an2:tf Boston. THOMAS RILEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Boston, Mass. jelB:tf JOSEPH 1). FALLOA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. THOMAS F. MAGUIRE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAAV, IVo. 13 Court Square, ,lan2:tf Boston. CIIAS. F. DOWELL Y, * ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf Boston. I*. A. COLLIAS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north of State street.) JOHIV C. CItOIVLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office IVo. 5 Ailes Block, < Court Square and School street, Boston. jau2:tf PATRICK O’BEIRAE, ATTORNEY .AND COUNSELLOR-AT-L AAV, 105 Broadway, cor. of I>ey, and No. 2 l>ey street, Near the Astor House ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

MEDICINES. * NATURE’S REMEDY. The Great Blood Purifier A valuable Indian compound, for restoring tlie health, and for the permanent cure of all diseases arising from impurities of the blood, such as Scrofula, Scrofulous Humor, Cancer, Cancerous Humor, Erysipelas, Canher. Salt Itlieum, Pimples and lluiiKirs on tlie Face, Fleers, 1 onslis, Catarrh, Bronchitis, Fains in tile Side, Rheumatism, Dyspepsia,Constipation, Costiveness,Dizziness,Piles, HeadaclieJyervousness, Faintness at tlie Stornacli, Pains in tlie Hack, Kidney Complaints, Female Weakness, General Debility, etc., etc. This preparation is scientifically and chemically combined, and so strongly concentrated from roots, herbs, and barks, that its good effects are realized immediately after commencing to take it. There is no disease of the human system for which tlie VEGETINE cannot be used with perfect safety, as it does not contain any metallic compound. For eradicating tlie system of all impurities of the blood, it has no equ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

COAL DEALERS. BRINE & CLARK, dealers IX COAL and WOOD, Wliari Bridge street, comer of Third East Cambridge. Order Box at Leonard & Co.'s Auciion Booms 48 Bromfleld st. Orders by mail promptly attended ‘Oj J. F. BRINE, P. T. CLARK. CO A L At the Lowest Market Price, OF THE REST QPALITT, Delivered in any Fart of tlic City. FOR SALE BY 330SWORTH & HAMLI\, aug'24 256 Federal street. ARCHITECTS. P. W. FORI), Architect. Plans and specifications prepared for all kinds of buildings, and special attention given to Church work. references: Right Rev. P. T. O’Reilly, Springfield. Rev. J. J. Power, Worcester. -Kev. Thomas Griffin, Worcester. E. BQYDEn & Sox, Worcester. Oflite— with SULLIVAN & MACDONALD, No. and School street,Boston, Mass. jel:tf:7tli M. W. FITZSIMMONS, ARCHITECT, 49 Temple Place, Boston. References—Snell & Grierson, Patrick Donahoe, John C. Crowley, Charles F. Donnelly, Thos Gargan, John W. McDonald. ju3o-l...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. Funeral of Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. Funeral of Napoleon. SECOND EDITION. ENGLAND. London, Jan. 15. —Napoleon’s funeral look place at Cliiselliurst at 11.30 this morning. A deputation of Paris workmen, at the head of the procession, wore immortelles and carried wreaths of yellow flowers. On both sides of the hearse were the imperial arms, surmounted by the letter N. A great crowd, which steadily increased, surrounded the hearse. The funeral procession moved in the following order: —A man bearing a tri-color borne on an ash stick, cut at the last moment; before the cortege, j moved a deputation of workingmen from Paris, with uncovered heads, bearing! wreaths; the chaplain of the family, bearing aloft a golden crucifix: hearse drawn by eight horses, driven by a postillion. The mourners numbered SOO, including; the Prince Imperial uncovered, Prince Joachim, Prince Achilla. M. Gonher, and many imperialists, English noblemen, Paris priests and others. The Prince Imperial was very pale. Eugenie was t...

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Plots to Kill Napoleon. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Plots to Kill Napoleon. At least six plots to assassinate the late Louis Napoleon were made. In October, 1352, when Napoleon, who was on the eve of becoming Emperor, was at Marseilles,! an infernal machine, formed by 250 gim barrels charged with 1500 halls, was to have been discharged against the prince and his cortege, but the design was not carried out. On July stii, 1353. u fresh attempt was made to assassinate him as lie was going 1 to the Opera Comique. Twelve Frenchmen were arrested as concerned in the conspiracy. On April 28th. ]>?ss. Jean Liv erani fired two shots at the Emperor in the ■ grand avenue of the Champs Elysees. In 1857 Thibaldi, Bartolotti and Grilli came from England to Paris to assassinate the I Emperor, but were discovered, arrested tried and punished. On January 14th, 1353, Orsini, Gomez, Fieri andlludiathrew thenshells at the Emperor. On Deoembev -24th, 1885, Groco, Trabucco, Imperatore and Scagliaui, who bad gone from London with the intention of...

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The Minnesota Storm. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

The Minnesota Storm. Chicago, 111.. Jan. 15. — A special from St. Paul, Minn., last night, says reports were received yesterday of an increased number of deaths in the vicinity of Lake Ilinsley. Thirteen dead bodies were found between .Fort Ridgeway and Beaver Falls; six children on the way to school were frozen to death. A despatch from Furgus Falls states that seven more bodies were found there, and estimates the number of victims within a radius of twenty-five miles at fifty. Among the most terrible incidents is that of a man who went for a doctor to attend his wife, and was frozen to death on bis way home. Next day, when the doctor reached the house, he found that the woman had given birth to a child and that, both were frozen to death. A gentleman who has experienced the storm estimates the loss of life and property as being greater than that caused by t ho. famous .sioux massacre of 1802. The storm is still raging furiously here.

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