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

Ordination. Mr. Charles Doxahoe, a native of 'Clonmeny, Cos. Donegal, Ireland, former - ly an ecclesiastic at the Grand Seminary, Montreal, and at present Professor ‘in St. Joseph’s College, Memramcook, N. 8., received on the sth insf., Minor Orders! and on the following day was ordained Subdeacon—lit. Rev.J. Sweenov, Bishop of St. John, N. 8., officiating.

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE MARKETS. Prepared Expressly for Elie Pilot. The following prices are paid bv Commission Dealers In Faueuil Hall Market:— ttoston Wholesale Produce Market. £utter—Uimges from 33@35c for choice, and down to 8c for bakers’ grease. Cheese —Ranges from 9(©lsc ft lb. Eggs —Range from 87@k*9c V. doz. for fresh. Beans-?.! s7@3 50 $ bush. Poultry—V2(a IGc $ lb. Grouse —osc a piece. Quails —$1 12©1 25 ft doz. Venison —B@lSC lb. Potatoes— Jackson Whites, 95c@$l V bush. Onions— $6 'C bb!. Apple-—'Sow England Raldvrins, 8? 59@2 75 V bbl.; Western, S’, 25. Hay—% 27@2y V- ion. Alrate—JllftW'p. ton. Grain ami Flour Market. Both Grain and Flour arc firm and advancing. Business active. hive Stock !>larlitt“-Jan. 11, Prices of Ma rket Beef—.\. few choice, SI 1 50® • Extra, MO 50@11; first quality, s9@lo; Second ftomswv.jj; b arrow Cows, 520@35; extra, sBs® 85; Yearlings, $lOfW.l7; Two years old, slB®:iCr Three years old, $28(5115. Prices of Sheep and Lambs—ln lots, SI, St 50 Ssan-1 $5 5...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

HAYERa IRISK-AMERICAN I! ALMANAC FOR 120 Pages, 36 lili Price, 25 C Sent Free by Receipt of Ai CONTENT Blarney Castle (Illustration). Cycles of Time and Church Day Calendars for each month. Irish Saint Days, with Biograpl Last Scene ot the Irish Parliam Lord Korbury’s Racket Court. St. Patrick’s Cathedral, Dublin O'Connell's First Attempt at C Christ Church Cathedral, Dubli Lord .Novbury's Burial. How the Natives ot Britain Li Roman Invasion, A. D. & Shemus O’Brien. A Tale of 1 lustrated by O’Hca. Brian Boroihme’s Harp. Illusl Drogheda, County Louth, lllu Acuteness of O'Connell. M ilabide Castle, County Dubli I O’Conneil on Fame,. C. J. Fox and tho Prince of IV: i Life of the Very Rev. Thomas with portrait, j Extracts from the Lectures of ] Innisfail, the Island of De The Later Bards of Erin. The Island of Stunts and Do Ireland’s Faith. O’Connei). Ireland in America. Flesk River. Illustration. St. Patrick’s Beil. Illustrated, j Tintern Abbey, County Wexfoi Devenisli Isla...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

CATHOLIC PUBLIC] CIETY’S COLI BOOKS PUBLISKEI Catholic Phblicatii All Hallow Eve.., A Sister's Story Abridgment of the Christian 1) An Epistle of Jesus Christ An Essay in Aid of a Grammar An Illustrated History of Irelan An Amicable Discussion Anima Divota Anne Severin Apologia Pro Vita Sua Aspirations of Nature Bibliographia Catliolica America Book of Holy Rosary Bona Mors Book of Irish Martyrs Catholic Tracts, 1 vol. 12mo Catholic Hymns and Canticles.. Catholic Christian Instructed... Catechism of the Council of Tre Christ and the Church Christine, and other Poems.... Comedy of Convocation Confidence in the Mercy of Goc Constance Sherwood Cradle Bands Diary of a Sister of Mercy Dion and the Sibyls Bavley’s History of the Church Elia: or, Spain Fifty Years Age "RoasiiPt ? fl Vvnncitinn tho Phi Lenten Sermons—Segueri Letters to a Prebendary Letters ot Eugenie de Guerin... Life of Blessed Margaret Mary Life of St. Vincent de Paul Lite and Sermons of Father Bal Life and Letters of Mad...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

Business Re< A Favorable Notoriety.tion of “ Brown's Bronchia the relief of Couglis, Colds, and lias given them a favorable noto Terrible to weak lungs 1 season. Are you hoarse—torme convulsed with a hard cough—an throat—troubled with difficulty so, lose not an hour in proeurin of Horehound and Tar. the i remedy for such complaints, i Avenue. Sold by all Druggists. Loss of Appetite, Heartburn, Heart, Dizziness, Sleeplessne Wind, Mental and Physical I>e eholv are caused by *a disari digestive organs. To thorouc symptoms, White’s Specialt is the only prompt, efficient and G. White. Proprietor. 107 M Boston. Price, 51 per bottle. Pike’s Toothache Drops cure MISSING PR] See Third page. Information IV Of MURTAUGIT, SILVESTI liam, Catherine, Mary, t mosd, who left Liverpool aboul with their mother Margaret; wl: they were in Marshal, Michigan them will be received by ttaei: Francis, 51 P street, City Polu Mass. Of Mary Reilly, a da Ileilly and Bridget Raftery, who try...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19, 22 & 2LJ Dock Square, TUI: OXIiY ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE I V DOCK SQUARE, AND THE Best Place in Boston To Clothe yom-J.oyeat low Metis. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. Tlie ouly true principle on which to do business. Y. A. Messinger & Cos., PROPRIETORS. feblOstf :Btli THE EAGLE CLO! HAVE A SPLENDID S OF — MEN’S ] CLOTHII ONE I y ßl EYESY GARMENT W. Cor. Washington A HARKING THE HAT DOCK SQC Societies, Schools, etc., fumishc Hats.(.(Japs, and Gloves, a1 True Likeness of Oi Copied from the portrait carv by order of Tiberius Csesar, aft the Emperor of the Turks to Poj for the redemption of his brothei the Christians. Large size (12x16) Carte de Visile size Copies sent free by mail on Liberal terms to Agents. Published by KEATIKtI Washington Street, Bost< N.B. —Any Book or Musical warded free on receipt of publisl PARLOR FOR) Sofas, Lounges, 31a and Rocking C MANUFACTURED 33R-AJVLAJNT, SKLAA Importers of Laycork’s best Eng ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

TO & FT,' OM ETTROPE. NATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. ■Tew York to Liverpool livery WedmeS" day. Calling at Queenstown to land Passengers. To .London Every Alternate Saturday. KATES REDUCED. Cabin Passage, $65 and SYS. Cabin Passage Out and lie turn, $l3O, Currency. Steerage Passage from London, Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Derry, etc., To Boston, $29. From Boston, $29. passage to Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, fho v c v ot corresponding rates. Apply at VnJt . V, 1 ? Company. No. b'9 Broadway, New J- HURST, Manager. And for A wntc ge ’ P re P ai| l , and outward tickets to Agents for New England, lan2s . tf IVAItUEA & CO.. jan-j.q 136 State street, Boston. WHITE STAR LINE. CARRYING THE UNITED STATES MAIL BETWEEN New York, Cork, and Liverpool. NEW AND FULL-POWERED STEAMSHIPS. BALTIC, NIC, BRITANNIC, ATLANTIC, OCEANIC, REPUBLIC, CELTIC, GERMANIC, ADRIATIC, Sailing from New York on Saturdays, from Liverpool on Thursdays, calling at Cork Harbor each way. From the White Star ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 25 January 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. CUNABD LINE MAIL STEAMSHIPS Sailing Every Week DIRECT I'ROJI Boston foi* Liverpool, Q TJEENSTOWN CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Appointed Sailings Direct from Boston. Passengers embark at the Cunard Wharf, East Boston. CABIN, 880 GOLD. STEERAGE,S3O CURRENCY. Prepaid Steerage Passages from Liverpool, London, Bristol .Glasgow, Queenstown, or Derry, to Boston (Steamers sailing EVERY THURSDAY). #3O CURRENCY. Children under 12 years half price; Infants under 1 year §»• Passengers booked to all parts of the United States. Drafts issued on the Bank of Ireland for SI and upwards. Passengers by the Cunard Steamers will be supplied with an abundance of food, cooked and served up three times daily by the Company's Stewards, with as much water as they wish to use; and are only required to furnish their own Bedding, eating and drinking utensils. No charge for Medical attendance. Each Passenger will be provided with a SEPARATE BERTH, and SINGLE FEMALES WILL BE PLACED IN ROOMS...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Pilot. Bo just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'.st at be thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i, 1873. No. 5.

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Death of the Homeward Bound. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Death of the Homeward Bound. BY THOMAS D’ARCY MAGEE. THE PILOT. Boston, February i, 1873. Taler amPh inner tire morning moon grew, •Colder apfi sterner the'rising wind blew — Tlio polet lar bad set in & forest of cloud. And the Icicles cittckled on spar and on shroud, When a voice from below wo feebly heard cry: “ bet me see, let me see my own land ere I die. “Ah! dear sailor, soy! have we sighted Cane Clear? Can you see any sign? Is the morning light near? Ton arc young, mynnvvo boy ! llnmks, thunks for your hand, Help me up till 1 get a last glimpse of my land. Thank God, ’t is the sun that now reddens the sky, 1 shall see, 1 shall see my own land ere 1 die. '• Let me lean on your strength, I am feeble and old, And one-half of my heart is already stone-cold; Forty years work a change! when I first cross’d this sea, There were few on the deck that could grapple with me; But iny youth and my prime in Ohio went by, And I’m come back to see tlio old spot ere I dio.” ’T was...

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Peeps Between Roman Posts. A Blood-Stained Soutane. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Peeps Between Roman Posts. A Blood-Stained Soutane. It was a cold, raw day in January; the streets were still wet with the rain of the early morning; the sky was ob--scured by dull, dark clouds, almost black in parts, and shading off into a sad watery grey; and there was a general air ol wretchedness abroad that seemed to leave its influence on the people as well as on the place. It was Paris, the “ American Paradise;" which to-day looked more like the gloomy shores of Styx, where trembling souls gathered waiting to bo ferried over to the Elysian Fields, than the gay city on the Seine. There were few persons abroad; those whom business drove forth passed rapidly along the streets .with a preoccupied air, and the homeless poor, more miserable to look upon ill this city of pleasure and of sunshine than anywhere else, were easily recognizable by their tattered garments and huddled-np appearance, and by their strangely eager faces which a long enduring struggle with misfortune had rende...

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The Papal Allocution. Persecution of the Church. The Suppression of Religious Houses---Misfortunes of the Church in Germany, Switzerland, and Spain. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Papal Allocution. Persecution of the Church. The Suppression of Religious Houses---Misfortunes of the Church in Germany, Switzerland, and Spain. Allocution of ourMost Holy Lord Pins IX., by the favor of Divine Providence, Pope, delivered 22d December, lr'72, to the Cardinals of the Holy Roman Church, in the Palace of the Vatican. Brothers: —The just ami merciful Lord whose jifMuents are inscrutable aud whose ways are not to be seanrujpfyermits this Apostolic See and the whole Church in Union with it to groan under a and cruel, persecution. Our and your condition, venerable brothers, has not been changed, but, rather, is daily aggravated since the occupation of our provinces, and especially since two years ago this glorious city was withdrawn from our paternal rule. The experience of our yoke has taught us how correctly from the beginning of this persecution, promoted by the machinations of wicked sects, and perpetrated and carried on by their disciples at the head of public affa...

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The Doctors of the Church. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Doctors of the Church. There, are, says Pope Benedict XIV., doctors in the Church and doctors of the Church. The former are many, the latter very few. So copious has been upon them the outpouring of the spirit of wisdom and understanding, so eminent their erudition, so signal and universal the services they have rendered to the Church, that she salutes them in her Liturgy with these words: (), Doctor optime, Ecclesia) sancta* lumen, “Oh! excellent Doctor, Light of the Holy Church.” The Creed is, therefore, sung in the Mass of their festivals, as in that of apostles and evangelists. In 18 centuries this title had only been conferred upon 17; and St. Alphonsus Maria de Ligoiiri, Bishop of St. Agatha, in the kingdom of Naples, and Founder of the Congregation of the MosMIoly Redeemer, and of the cloistered nuns of the same name, has, by a decree of Pius IX., on the 23d oi' March, 1871, been placed in the same rank in the Church Liturgy. The following is a list of the Church’s Doctor...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Our English Letter. lain don , Dec. SI, 1872. Murders by lire Score Are everyday occurrences, but they fail to excite disquietude. As*Ross’s sailois grew habituated to polar oold and kettlegrea.se, from sheer association, so we are becoming radidly acclimatized to the criminal shedding of blood. Sweethfeart butchery— i. e ., the immolation of sweethearts on the reekiug shrine of jealousy or lust—is the fashionable distraction of tlie moment . Yon cannot take up a morning or evening paper without meeting with multiplied instances of this horrible passion for hacking and slashing, rending and outraging, which Mr. Froude maintains is no element of the Anglo-Saxon character. I could cite proofs by the dozen, but afew will be enough to satisfy the Court. Yesterday’s Dolly News contained the following frightful catalogue of English atrocities for the past six days, and, apparently hud no qualms in producing it. The Hideous CaUloßne Comprised A bloody quarrel at Berwick, in which two men w...

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The Census of Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Census of Rome. The Italian Municipal Direction of Statistics has just Issued its report on the census taken in Rome on the ".Ist December, 1871. The number of inhabitants, including the Campagnu, was 211,484—139,267 males, and 104,217 females, divided as followsßachelors, 89,745; spinsters. 57.718; married men, 44,199; marneu women, 85,486; wLowers, 5,523; widows, 11,813. The bachelors and spinsters given as above include the inhabitants of any age whatever, from one day upwards. Taking away from the former 37,708 who are under eighteen years of age, and from the latter 26,098 who are under fourteen years of age, the real number of bachelors and spinters may be considered respec ively at 52,037 and 81,820. From the point of religion the population, is thus divided Catholics: males, 132,957; females, 99,708. Evangelists: males, 1,382; females, 2,416. Jews’ males, 2,231; females, 2,388. Ot ler creeds : males, 2,897; females, 705. The 244,000 inhabitants of our days are far below ...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Our Canada Letter. I Ottawa, Jan. 13, 1873. SiliG OiitJU*so Legislature Mot on the 7th instant at Toronto, and the tug of party war has commenced, but from present appearances, the new Cabinet will have the support of about two-thirds of the House. The province is in a very healthy condition as there is at present in the funis the extraordinary Surplus of S'!,000,000 ’ This surplus will be applied in aid of railway enterprises, and towards the perfecting of our immigration agencies, many ot which have lately been formed in the various Old World countries, there having been given a great stimulus to immigration by the present Cabinet, the staff of officers having been more than doubled recently. Our provinces generally, have heretofore paid very little attention to, or, at least, have not gone to great expense in the line of immigration, and, as a consequence, Canada is greatly misrepj resented abroad by the paid agents of our more enterprising American cousins, as aland of ice and s...

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The Franco-Prussian War. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Franco-Prussian War. The last war between Germany and France was declare ) on July 15, 1870, and terminated on Feb. 10, 1871, lasting 210 days, but practically 180 days, in oon.-oquence of the first and last periods being free from engagements. In one week the German troops were ‘ ‘ mobilized,” or prepared to march. and in tv/o weeks wore, despatched to the west, ami were arranged on the line from Treves to Landau. The troops send to the frontier numbered 000,000; and -12,000 men, with horses, guns, carriages and ammunition, were convoved every day on live lines of railway, two of which, however, were tittle used. Four Prussian corps d’annee had to traverse from 100 to GOO miles to reach the French frontier, and had to be fed on the way. During the 180 days of active I service, there were fought 156 engagements and 17 great [battles; twenty-six fortresses were taken, 11,650 officer.; and 663,000 men of the rank and file were made prisoners, and 6,7ooguns and 120 eagles were capt...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

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