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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Temperance. The Pennsylvania Temperance Union has decided to have a lecture by Mr. McMehany, ox Washington, I). C. The Antigonish Casket says that the temperance organizations started by the Bishop of Arichat, X. S., are progressing rapidly. Tiie Xew Yuri: Herald last week gave a sad temperance lecture in the notice of tho death in that city of a young man named William Whelan, who was irozen to death while passing the night in an old coach, where he had gone in an intoxicated condition. A B. Society of St. James’ Church, I hiladelphia, will shortly, through the eiiorts of the pastor, Rev. Father Martin possess a library and reading-room. They acknowledge valuable assistance from the literary associations. The Knights of Father Mathew anew temperance organization in st. Louis made a grand demonstration on New Year’s Day. Alter attending High Mass and parading in their fine new uniform, thev presented their respects to the Bight Lev. Bishop Ryan and clergy. AT a meeting of the Board ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Words of Pius IX. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Words of Pius IX. Translated from the Italian for tliePilot. The Occasion. On Sunday, the 22nd of December, and fourth Sunday of Advent, all the officials of the various Pontifical offices had gathered together at the Vatican, in the Ducal Hall, to present their homage,their tha nlcs, and their good wishes to their Pontiff, to their Sovereign, to their generous benefactor. The Holy Father, accompanied by some of their Eminences the Cardinals by the Prelates of Ills court, by other prelates and gentlemen, amongst whom we observed the Duke of Sora (Piombino). descended from his rooms, and entered the hall a little before midday. Tile Reception. The Holy Father was received with immense applause, and by a most cordial Viva Pio Aono, Long live our Holy Father! Long live our Sovereign! The waving of pocket-handkerchiefs, and the cries of joy diverse, indeed, but all of the warmest affection, would have continued much longer if they had not been put an end to, when Chevalier Tongiorgi...

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Source: Boston College
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An Extraordinary Rumor. Catholic Bishops in the English Privy Council. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

An Extraordinary Rumor. Catholic Bishops in the English Privy Council. The l.ojiaon correspondent of the A”. Y. S World, writing on Dec. 19 ) says' | Here is terrible news! r rhr» ' formation has been acc'onmlishlli f etl e ‘ In vain did King Henryk “ivn~« d > - n vn.lnin vain did Elizabeth chopou^thc 11 ? , w i fe i Mary Queen of Scots, and rip «p the w of 300 of her loving subjects : Tva n was Janies 11. driven away and the Protestant ■succession established. All has been n .1 sa y, for “ Cardinal Cullen and Archbishop Manning are about to be sworn respectively of the English and Irish Privv Council! ” \\ e have been warned over anil over again by those faithful sentinels on the watch-towers—the noble Newdegate the warlike Wlialley, and the cunning Charley—that these things were coming to pass; but no one believed them, and every one laughed at them. And now their warnings have proved true. It was thought that things had come to the worst " le * l a Roman Catholic was m...

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Bishop O’Reilly at Holy Cross College. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Bishop O’Reilly at Holy Cross College. _ „ Worcester, Mass., Jan. 15,1873. To the Editor of The Pilot. Pear Sir : —To-day the monotonous routine of college life was again diversified ami the hearts of the students of ilolv CToss made jubilant by the appearance among them, for the first time since his sojourn in Europe, of their respected Bishop, Eight Rev. P. T. O’Reilly. He arrived at the college this morning, andupon entering the study-hall, followed by several priests of liis Bioeese, and some'of the citizens of Worcester, was greeted by rounds of applause from the students who had assembled to meet him. After he had taken his seat, Mr. Joseph McDonough ascended the platform and read a beautifully written English address of welcome, lie spoke in eulogistic terms of the Bishop’s past connections with the college, oi the esteem which he had won in the hearts of ull, how sadly they missed his appearance On last Commencement Day, when a severe indisposition retarded him from being pr...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Catholic Intelligence. i fir Catholics of tlic city of Albany number about 35,000. Srx young ladies received the white veil and made their first religious vows at the Church of the Assumption, Syracuse. N. V January 2nd. They have joined the Third Order oX St. Jbraacis. The Government of Bavaria has prosecuted Rev. Or. Westameyer, a Catholic priest at .Munich, lor refusing to have the bells Of his church rung at the passim; of an “ Old Catholic ” procession. Archbishop Perche, of New Orleans, blessed the new German church at Carrollton. La., on Sunday, JLiec. 2nd, and on the same day continued thirty-six persons in that church, and forty-two in llic Church ol the Nativity. There are C.4SG churches in the State of Ohio, including 295 Roman Catholic, capable of seating in all 8,081,386 people, or nearly one church for every 1,000 of the inhabitants. The Catholic Church in Great Britain lias about 2,500 priests, 1.620 churches, 82 religious communities tor men, 280 for women, and 1,500...

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

IMPORTANT lIAEF HOI KS WITH THOIIS. Selections from Carleton, and Lever. L'mo THE THREE EEIZAI Matron of Israel, the Lily o Queen Saint of llu uga ry, I of “Life in the Cloistei O'Neill,”etc. 12mo. Cloth lIAVER TV’S IRISH. lEEIJSTRATED ALJ] 187:S. Paper covers SADEIER’S CATHOL TORI, AIMASAC A for the Year of Our Lord Returns or the Various 1 United States and British 1 and a List of the Archbit and Priests of Ireland. I2m GEOLOGY AMD KEVE The Ancient History of 1 sidered in the Light of Geoh Revealed Religion. Within the Rev. Gerald Molloy, 1 of Theology in the Royal Patrick, Maynootii. A net vised and enlarged by the Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. TnE PASSION PLAY AJOIERGAD Or TIE <»F 1871. By the Rev. D.D. Third edition. Will tiful full-page photographs characters in the play. Dei bevelled. Price BIREIOGRAPIIIA ca AMERICANA. A List o ten hv Catholic Authors, an the United States. By Be I'inotti. Parti. From 1781 site. Bvo. Cloth bevelled. FEEITRAJVGE. An Intc rrom the Frenc...

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REMEMBRANCES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

REMEMBRANCES. BY THOMAS HOOD. I remember, I remember. The house where I was horn, The HUlc window where the sun Came peeping in at morn; He never came a week too soon. Nor brought too long a dav; But now I often wish the night Had bore my breath away! I remember, I remember. The roses red and white, The violets and the lily-cups— Those flowers made of light; The lilacs where the robins built. And where my brother set The laburnum, on his birth-day— The tne is living yet! I remember, I remember. Where I was used to swing. And thought the air would rush as fresh As swallows on the wing; My spirits flew in feathers then; That is so heavy now. And summer pools could hardly cool The fever on mV brow I I remember, I remember. The tir-trees dark and high; I used to think their slender spires Wore close against the sky! It was a childish ignorance,— But now 'tis little joy To know I’m furtlit r off from heaven Thau when I was a boy.

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Suappcr-np of UneonMdercd Trifles.” \ The lore class—Scholars. The hire class—Laborers. Permanent headquarters —The shoulders. Nature’s tailoring—A potato patch. The final state of the poll—Baldness. A man in the write place—An editor. Can an elegant rogue ever ho called a graceless scamp ? Transported for life—The man who marries happily. Piety, prudence, wit and civility are the elements of true nobility. The two conditions of success—Concentration and continuity. A COUNTRY editor reports money “close, hut not close enough to he reached.” A lady’s last glass before going to bed— The looking-glass. In our battles witlitcmptationletus especially beware of the first assaults. Be cautious how you let fall a remark; it may hurt somebody seriously. Everybody knows good counsel except him that hath most need of it. He that pelts every-barking dog must pick up a great many stones. ‘ ‘ We sec,” said Swift, in one of bis most sarcastic moods, ‘ ‘ wbat God thinks of riches ...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873, Before the great lire, we had completed arrangements to malic The Pilot for 1873 the best weekly newspaper in America. Those arrangements still hold good. Wo have asked our old friends and our new i friends to send us each the namo of anew subscriber to enable us to cany out the design without loss. Owing to the great support wo received in the past year, we determined to testify our gratitude to our subscribers by making them an elegant present. An oil Cliromo of tho great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to be printed by the newest process in seven colors, specially for The Pilot. The drawing was prepared by one of the best American artists, and when Father 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 tho cliromo. The chromo-printers wore burnt out by the great firo; but they had, on the day previous, sent The Pilot Cliromo to the residenc...

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

OUR TERfAS-GASH 1 Delivered by Carrier evervwher k ' “ '• Six Month “ “ “ Four Mom Single Subscribers l>y Mall, One “ Six! “ Tbre Clubs of Three or More by Mall ITo Ireland ( U. S. postage paid POIITItAIT OF FATIi A life-size Chromo-Portrait mluicau (valued at $2 50) will subscriber wlio pays 20 cents 1 trait, CLUBS paying 20 cents postage to the j tlie Club, will get the Cliromo 1 Any person sending us a Club and ten dollars, shall receive a free). Any person sending us ten sul: ty dollars, shall receive two free) and so on, to any numbe: No Portrait sent until the moi lASTBUCTIOSS TO c. Take a copy of The Pjlot and neighbors; point out its gather the names and subset them on. There are persons e of the 30,000 post-oilices in this i be greatly pleased and bencllt paper, and help to circulate it. If canvassers prefer pay, 10 ] lowed on all monies seut for ( lent in value of any of the bool Donahoe they may choose to oi CITIES AND TANARUS« Arrangements can bo made througho...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

MEDICINES. Cyano-Pancreatine. A Sure Cure for Dyspepsia anil Disease of the Chest. This Medicament, compounded by the Sisters “ Pharmaciennes ” of the General Hospital (Grey Nunnery), contains no ingredient which can in any : way harm the system. \ The following certificate is from Dr. Beaubien, | of Montreal, which is subscribed to by many other 1 eminent physicians:— i “Asa compound, it is entitled to rank amongst i the most beneficial of all special remedies, principally in the following cases:—lst. Dyspepsia or derangement of the digestive faculties, where it produces astonishing effects throughout all stages of the disease, provided there be no organic hurt, in which case the Medicament can only impart a temporary relief. Its curative properties having been already tested iu a great number of the abvoementioned cases, leaves not the slightest doubt of j its efficacy. 2d. In Bronchitis or Pulmonary Catarrh, it acts as a calming remedy, facilitates expectoration, relieves the cou...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

s.mppns PASSENG Brought from and £ to Ireland, in LINES OF STI Arriving at Boston and IS Sailing therefi AT THE LOWEST PATRICK DONAHOE, Bost< to make known to bis countrym prepared to bring out passenge send borne money, etc., etc. For the purpose of enlire pr< constantly kept on deposit in tin of Ireland, against which MR. J drafts, payable at sight, for £1 the Bank, and all its branches, ai the last twenty-five years, aft'c remittance perfectly safe and un The principal objects of MR. J Ist. By the side of bis Bills ( Bank oi’lreland, and by keeping to meet the same, to furnish to t this country a safe remittance t Ireland. 2d. To receive moneys from pi chase for them passage tickets 1 transmit the same to their friei whom the passages were ordered 3d. To receive moneys from pc of the City of Boston, and to aj to forwarding into the interior, direction, their friends and f; arrive at this port from Ireland. MR. DONAHOE sells Drafts on the Provincial Bank of I...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

WIN ES,LI( 1 U JOHN MIL] IMPORTER OF AND D: Foreign and Boniest AGENT OF THE BOSTO STOCK ALE AND F XXX AXD X] 189, 298 & 800 Hi BOSTON. John gibsons s( DISTILLE FINE OLD —AND—BOURBON W] WAEEHOUS 121, 123, 125 15 ro BROWN & HAYES, ISTEW E:NX3E^IINT> ROYAL DUT< C. & M. SCHIEDJ MICHAEL DMITRI IMPORTERS OF AND DP Foreign and Domest AGENTS FOR XX and XXX Amber and Pal Nos. 73 Eudicott, 310 Ni Kneeland streets, •Sole Importers and Proprietors Brands , ” Royal Dutch ESTABLISHED i: JAMES COLLIN IMPORTERS AND WIIOLESA —IN— Foreign, ancl F WINES & Liq 133 Bench, and 80 and I We respectfully Invite the attcr and public generally to our larj tlie above Goods, which arc not similar establishment in the cit; hand a well selected stock of Boui Bye Whiskies, andl). W. Lawrei Hum. We offer for sale in Bond. various brands of Gin, and apj Cognac and Rochelle Brandies, Wliiskies, St. Croix and Jamaic: Sherry and Port Wines, etc. Age...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

DECORAT' SOCIETY REC Badges, Banners, Ec MADE TO ORDER on the mos and at shortest notice.. Orders sol: ly attended to, and patterns sen dress Adam A f ebl7 :ly :7p 116 Market FLAGS AND S IX SILK, BUNTING, AI FRINGES CORI BI SHAI CROSSI EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, SOCIETY BADGES AND MILITARY, MASONIC, A> LOWS’ BOOKS POLLARD & LE Importers and Mani 10-1 Tremont BOSTON, MAS Please mention this paper, nnc wanted, when yon write for pric BANNERS AND DEI Mr. C. W. ROETH, artist, 32 ton, will promptly execute alio and Decorations in the most arli Banners for Churches, Sunt perauce Societies, Military Cos: Organizations, will be finished if the Societies will send to Mr. I of tlie designs or mottoes requir All kinds of Ecclesiastical I falques, Repositories, etc., artl: Samples of Banuer Paintin ItOETII can be seen at his store MOLES AND I For Societi Made to order at short notice c reasonable terms. Address Mr Lee street, Lowell, Mass. C...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

SAVINGS B Removed to No. £ Place, near the ] Institution fox* i THE BTTSi: —OF THE—MIGRANT SAVIN' Is not Interrupted by the fire. 1 Bank have removed its bui New Banking No. 52 TEMPLE (Near the Provident Institutic The Bank -will be open as usual <J SIX PEE CENT IN 1 President s PATRICK VICE-rBESIDBNT Hon. WILLIAM CLAFLIN. Very Rev. P. F. LYNDON, liev. ROBERT FULT Hon. TIIOMA (Collector ot the I JAMES POWERS. DENIS MARTIN LENNON. GUST’ JACOB PFAFF. ALAN CHARLES MARSH. JAMEi (Jordan, Marsh A- Cos.) Rev. J Rev. GEORGE A. HAI TREASURER Tliom TRUSTEES: .Tames McKenna. James Charles F. Donnelly. John 5 James SlcCormiok. Putrid John B. Moran, 31. D. Richar Mlthael 11. Gleason. Cornel Chrysostom P. Douahoe. John U James H. Tallon. 11. J. S Charles Regan. Alex.E Matthew Keany, John C John Nagle. Edwari Robert 3lcDevitt. Thoma George Thompson. John L John W. McDonald. M. D. Hugh Ferguson, 5k D. James ! Phillip O’Donnell. Thoma Christopher A. Connor. Pat’k K J. Donalioe, Waltham. M...

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SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. FRANCE. Jforc Communists Shot. Paris. Jan.22.—Fenouilly. DcCamp and Benot, the condemned Communists, were shot, early this morning, on Satory plain. Fenouilly died without uttering a word. De Camp’s last words were; “ I die assassinated; down with false witnesses, lawyers, and Thiers.” Benot died cheering the republic, the Commune, and the army. Only one volley was fired, as all died instantaneously." There were but few spectators, [We call our readers’attention to an article on our first page entitled “A Bloodstained Soutane,” which will explain the deaths of these men.— Ed. Pilot.] ENGLAND. Tlonnpartisui. London, Jan. 2-2.—lt Is reported that a conference has been held at Cliiselhurst, and that it was decided that Eugenie and Prince Xapoleon should be political guardians of the Prince Imperial, and therefore direct the movements of the party. It is said that no manifesto will bo issued, nor will any proclamation be published. The Prince Imp...

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The Credit Mobilier. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Credit Mobilier. Mr. Oakes Ames is apparently determined that if he tails he will not fall alone. The first victim he clutches is the stalwart ami honest Collax, and the tumble executed by that smiling politician involves a most disastrous display. The chief points of Mr. Ames’s statement are, that he secured twenty shares of Credit Mobilier stock for Mr. Colfax; that, at the same time, when he settled with the innocent purchaser at par, he handed over 80 per cent, in dividends, thereby giving Mr. Colfax stock whose par value was $2,000, and whose market value much greater, tor only $5.14, cash; that subsequently he paid the unsuspecting Colfax $ 1,200 more as dividends, netting the Vice-President a clear profit of $600; and that he now holds the stock, with other bond dividends, subject to Mr. Colfax’s order. There is no need of going back to the Vice-President’s South Lend speech to discover a strange discrepancy somewhere. Jlis sworn statement, made a few days ago, contained ...

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The Awful Storm in Minnesota. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The Awful Storm in Minnesota. The death roll cannot yet be made up 11 with any reasonable degree of certainty. We aro only now getting detailed reports from the nearer settlements, and it will be fully a week ere these aro so complete as to be trustworthy. Many of the missing will not be found till Spring; but it is safe to set down all the missing as dead. Alter i carefully collecting the various reports re- 1 ceived thus far, and making all allowance 1 for the remaining parts of the State, I am ] led to conclude that the loss of life In Minnesota will range from two hundred and fifty to three hundred. It is just possible, though not probable, that the higher figure may be reached. Almost all of these are men, and the very large proportion of them fathers of families in straitened circum stances. The surviving widows and children will thus be left without means of support of any description. The charitable of the East will hero find an object for their sympathies.

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