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The New York Murderers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

The New York Murderers. The news that the Albany Court of Appeals had refused to listen to his prayer for anew trial, had a very depressing effect upon Foster, the ear-liook murderer. The plea on which the prayer was made was that the murderer was drunk when the deed was done! Foster has always had an idea that he would be saved from the gallon's, owing to the exertions ot his friends, and the disappointment was crushing. fits wife brought the sad intelligence to him, and on receiving it the wretched man threw himself on his prison pallet and weptbitterly, being totally unmanned. The effect upon Stokes was scarcely less than his own sentence.

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

Lectures. Father Garesehe, S. J., delivered a lecture at St. Xavier’s Church, Sycamore st., Cincinnati, to a very large audience. liis subject was “Parental Love.” Rev. F. P. Garesehe s. J., delivered an eloquent lecture on ‘ ‘ Catholic Literature lor Catholics,” under the auspices of the Catholic Library Association, Chicago, •/as. Very Rev. Thomas Connolly, V. G., delivered a lecture on Temperance in St. John, N. 8., Jan. 12, and announced liis intention of establishing branches of the Provincial Temperance Unions In his Parish at an early day. Rt. Rev. I’. N. Lynch of Charleston, S. C., gave the first ‘lecture in the Xavier Course, New York, Jan.2l, on the subject —“ IJow to Read and What'to Read.” He is to be followed by Daniel Dougherty on the 2!)th, and Wendell Phillips, Feb. i. The lecture by Thomas J. Gargan, esq., before the Catholic Lyceum, Charlestown, Mass., Jan. 19, was very successful. His subject was— ‘' American Heads and Irish Hearts,” and proved in his hands, a ple...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

Practical Sympathy. j From the numerous friends >yh.j hare i sciU us letters and subscriptions a( j. ' vancc, we select the following:— ; Right Rev. Bishop O'Reilly, Springfield, Mass., ! paid $5O hi advance. Father S. Buteux has paid $5 for one year s subscription. . _ . _ .. Hon. Henry L. Peirce. Mayor of Boston, paid five years’ subscription to Thb Pilot. Rev. T. B. McNulty. North Bridgewater, paid $25. ten years in advance, and five years in advance for Charles McNulty, Londonderry. Ireland. Rev. M. Leddy. East Weymouth, Mass., paid ! six years In advance. . Henry Slav in, esq., Boston, Mass., paid In advance. William Madden, Broadway, South Boston, pays two years in advance. Twenty Dollars In Atlvnncci ROCKLAND, Me., Dec. 26. 1872. Jin. Patrick Oonaiioe—Dear Sir:—Please find enclosed twenty-dollar order for nay subscription to flic long cherished old Pilot! and more dear now than ever. Long may it wave. Yours, etc., Cornelius Haxbauax. Fourteen A'ew Subscribers. Wyma...

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

Business Record. Vegetine is now prescribed in cases of Scrofula, and oilier diseases of the blood, by many of the best physicians, owing to its great success in curing all diseases of tills Dature. COCGITB and Colds are often overlooked. A continuance for any length of time causes irritation of the Lungs, or some other chronic Throat Diseases. Brown’s Bronchial Troches” are uu effectual C’ocgh Remedy. Ark you alarmed about yourself? Have yon a distressing cough? Is your throat choked up with phelgm? Does a long breath pain you? If so, von fiuvc reason to lie frightened. But take heart. cheer up a single bottle of Hale’s Honey of Horehocnd ani> tar will cure you. Crittenton's, 7 Gtli Avenue. Wold by all Druggists. No difficulty is now experienced in preventing or counteracting the effects of dyspepsia, torpidity of the liver, acidity of the stomach, vertigo, wear!nesrt, depression of spirits, disturbed sleep, and nervous dibility. Partake of Atwood’s Quinine Tonic Bitters...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

OBITUAE Notices like the following :u rate of 12 lines or under for $l. ditlonal 12 lines or leas. $1.50. Died,- Jm. 10, of spii Jennie Galbraith, aged t; mo also, on the same day, Neli.ie < 2 years and 10 months, youngcsl ward and Ellen A. Galbraith. We did not think our lift Would so soon have pa And carry with her little In the lapse of one sho: At a meeting of Lodge N held Jau. 11, the following rcsol ed:— WHEREAS, It lias pleased (1 of the Universe to remove from much esteemed and valued fri MifciiAEL Dkady; therefore,!) Resolved, That we. deeply and his untimely death, and realize brother and friend. Resolved, That the sympathiei which he was an active and v and In which he was highly estee virtues, he tendered tothawldo the deceased in this hour of atUl< Resolved, That our charter bo ins for the dec eased, and the printed In The PILOT and Milfo copy be transmitted to the famil Committee on Resolutions—l John 11. Lesurc, James A. Rocli Upton , Mass., Jan....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted SLIGO, Of Catherine Laven, from the parish of Kilmactranney, townland of Coniueboy, co. Sligo, who left Ireland about 13 years ago, and landed In New York City. She will bear of something to her advantage by addressing Bridget Greavy (maiden name Bridget Coulen), No. 117 London street. East Boston, Mass. New York papers please copy. fl COIUC. Of Denis Kiley’, seventh son of Elleu Sweeney and Jeremiah Kiley, who left the parish of Band’on. comity Cork, or Cary’s Cross, some 45 or 50 years ago, and went to Australia. Information of him will be received by a very near friend, Jeremiah Kiley, South Canton, Mass., U. S. Australia papers please copy. fl MEATH. Of any of the family of John Flynn, schoolmaster, county Meath: there were five children , Patrick. Michael. Hugh, Thomas, and Honora. Information of them will be received by their brother, Thomas Flynn, No. 11l York st., Buffalo. N. Y'. fl Of Margaret Gayxor, a native of Killeen, ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

HAVER! IRISH-AMERICAN II ALMANAC FOR 120 Pages, 36 Illi Price, 25 C Sent Free by Receipt of A CONTENT Blarney Castle (Illustration ). Cycles of Time and Church Day Calendars for each mouth. Irish Saint Days, with Biograpl Last Scene ol the Irish I’arliam Lord Xorbury’s Backet Court. St. l*atrick's Cathedral, Dublin O’Connell’s First Attempt at C Christ Church Cathedral, Dubli Lord Xorbury’s Burial. How the Natives of Britain Li’ Roman Invasion, A. D. 5; Shemus O’Brien. A Tale of X lustrated by O’Hca. Brian Borolhmc’s Harp. Illust Drogheda, County Louth. Illu Acuteness of O’Counell. Malahide Castle, County Dublh O'Connell on Fame. C. J. Fox and the Prince of W: Life of the Very ltev. Thomas with portrait. Extracts from the Lectures of I Innisfail, the Island of Des Tlie Later Bards of Erin. The Island of Saints aud Do Ireland's Faith. O'Connell. Ireland in America. Flesk River. Illustration. St. Patrick’s Bell. Tintern Abbey, County Wexfor Devenisli Island, Lough Erne, C Illustrated....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

THE BO STAR CLOTHING 1J), 22 & 23 Do< Tin: OA’L ONE PRICE CLOTH IN DOCK SQUAItE, A Best Hace in To Clothe your Itoye a.l EVERY one served alii principle on which to do busines fill] EAGLE CLOI HAVE A SPLENDID I —OF—MEN’S —AKI>— CLOTHI ONE PR —AND—EVERY GARMENT W. Cor. Washington & Tho Young Cr AN ILLUSTIt ATI CATHOLIC Mil rrnusrfi:D monthly for the AND INSTRUCTION OF T A charming story for the you ing in the Crusader . from the H. Dorsey. The bestCatholi gaged to write for its pages. I favor of the press and the patre folks. Old and young read its s with interest and profit. TERMS: One copy. twelve months Three copies A beautiful f'hromo of "Th< given free to every person that ten, at seventy-five cents each. Address— REV. WILLIAM I Editor Your No. IS Sample copies free. “ Fronde’s Crusade.— CONTENTS. I. Life AndT.aboes of Fat Career hi Ireland, Rome, and fluence on the Irish-Arueric Characteristics as a Preacherwith Froude—Th...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

TO <fo FROM E NATIONAL STEM Xcw York to Liverpool I cloy. Calling at Queens Passengers. To Lou Alternate Satnrdaj REDUCED Cabin Passage, 565 Cabin Passage Out and Currency, Steerage Passage from pool. Queenstown, Glasgo To Boston, $3O. From Through pass Bremen, etc.,i the office of the York, to F. W. cahiu, steerage Agents for New jhu-~i.ii 136 St ”white~stai CARRYING T UNITED STATE BETWEEN New York, Cork, an NEW AND FULL-POWERE] OCEANIC, REPUBLIC, CELTIC, GERMANIC, ADRIATIC, ATL Sailing from New York on I.iv, rpool on Thursdays, ealli: each way. From the White S Ferry, .Jersey City. Passenger accommodations ( rivalled, combining SAFETY, SPEED, AM Saloons, state-rooms, smokiu rooms in MIDSHIP section, wt felt. Surgeons and stewardesses steamers. Rates—Saloon. SSO gold. ! renev. Tliose wishing to send the Old Country can now obtaii certificates, $33 currency. Passengers booked to or from ica, to Paris, Hamburg, Norwa Australia, China, &c. Drafts from £1 upwards...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 February 1873

TO & FROM El STEERAGE PASSAGE INMAX I —OF— Powerful Royal Mai TO A\l> FIIOM LD’ Calling at Que TWICE EVERT > CITY OF BRISTOL CITY OF ANTWERP CITY OF MONTREAL RATES OF PASSAGE FI STEERAGE PASSAGE—To I Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, donderrv, #3O CURE I From tlie above points to Bosto #3O CURRI CABIN— S EVENT V-FIV DOLLARS, Gold, accord datlon, , The plan of construction adop of the INMAN LINE, together luents for securing the comfort sengers, are acknowledged to other. Cabin Passengers will have i for the voyage; Steerage Passen to find their bedding and mess ti Each Passenger is assigned and married couples, with tliei berthed together, if they so desl D «i< G LK FEMALES ARE PL THEMSELVES. Passengers will be supplied wl ions and water as they may wisl \isions are all of the best qual rniToiPtiK on under GOVERNMENT OFFICERS, s served out by the Company’s St Ircsh Bread is supplied twi Milk and Sugar in Tea and Coffe An experienced Surpreou ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The pilot. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim'st at he thy God's, thy country's, and truth's. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1873. No. 6.

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Twenty Years Ago. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Twenty Years Ago. THE PILOT. Boston, February 8, 1873. I've wandered to the village, Tom; I’ve sat beneath the tree, I' oon the school-house playground that sheltered you and But none’were left to greet me, Tom; and lew were left to know, Who played with us upon the green, some twenty years ago. The grass is just as green, Tom; bare-footed boys at play Were sporting, just aa we did then, with spirits just as gay. But the “ Master” sleeps upon the hill, which, coated o’er with snow, Afforded us a sliding-place, some twenty years ago. The old school-house is altered now; the benches are replaced By new ones, very like the same our penknives once defaced; . „ But the same old bricks are in the wall, the hell swings to and fro, Its music’s just the same, dear Tom, as twenty years ago. The boys were playing some old game, beneath that same old tree; I’ve forgot the name just now, you’ve played the same with me, Ou that same spot; ’twas played with knives, by throwing so-and-so; The loser...

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The Year That Has Gone. Europe During 1872. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Year That Has Gone. Europe During 1872. The year that has just been gathered to the past, while' it • has not been distinguished by those greater events which strike men with wonder and horror, has yet been filled with many grevious incidents, and has been marked by the development of principles which have produced, and will continue to produce, sad results to Europe. More than all other years, 1872 will stand out in modern history as the year when a general European persecution against the Catholic Church was inaugurated. From West to East, from North to South, from France (where, indeed, the opposition to Catholicity is less, perhaps, than anywhere else,) to Turkey, from Italy to Russia, the rulers of Europe are in arms .against the Catholic Church. In some fashion or other the Catholics of every country are sufi'eriug. Here, education is the channel through which persecution is inflicted; there sequestration of church property is the grievance, and, in other parts, banishment...

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Golden. Grains. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Golden. Grains. Thou must be true thyself. If thou the truth wouldst teach. Thy soul must overflow. If thou Another soul wouldst reach: It needs the overflowing heart To give the full lips speech. Think truly, and thy thought Shall the world’s fame read; Speak truly, and thy word Shall be a faithful seed; Live truly, and thy life shall be A great and noble creed. —Oriental Poetry.

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Our English Letter. London, Jan. 9, 1873. Tne Announcement of tlie Fmpcror’s llcntli, Which reached London, shortly before noon to-day, gave rise to conflicting emotions of sorrow and satisfaction. Louis Napoleon’s death was sincerely lamented, even in this capital, by thousands who gratefully remembered the few words —always spoken by him on New Year’s Day—which influenced the rise or fall in Stocks and Shares, and made or uumade the fortunes of speculators and capitalists. Dead, down at Ghiselhurst! was the plaint of the Imperialists, scores of whom have, in the deep depths of their poverty taken refuge in the dingy slums of Soho, the by-ways of Leicester square, or in the more horrible haunts of Greek street, and again, that fearful refuge of respectable distress, the Oval, at Kensington. Every tongue wagged in praise or dispraise of the deceased Emperor. He was a villain, a cut-throat, a systematic assassin, according to one party. He was the incarnation of all the 'virtues, tri...

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The Love of a Mother. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Love of a Mother. Love other women ns we may, there stands first and ineffaceable the love of mother. Gaze as we may on other faces, our mother’s face is still the fairest; bend as we will to other influences, still, over all, silent but mighty, reaching to 11s from long-gone years is a mother’s influence. The heart may be wayward at the time; fear, entreaty, the silent agony, all seem vain; she may sink to the grave despairing, but these are not lost, no prayer, no counsel, no appeal. When bitter necessity separates and worldly trials distract us; when years have rolled their heavy increase, and care, and toil, and grief have joined to make the selfreliant man; when the grass waves upon her grave, then, audible to the soul as when first spoken, come those neglected words to strengthen and to save. In the mighty want of his soul the prodigal hears his mother’s voice, her pleading and her prayer; her precepts flash over his memory, and in his most riotous moments an image of her ...

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The Plague in Congress. Deaths of Several Eminent Senators. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

The Plague in Congress. Deaths of Several Eminent Senators. Prom the New York Herald, The terrible and widespread ravages of that extraordinary disease called CreditMobilier are alarming the whole nation. The epizootic was as mild as the measles compared to it. It has already carried off many most distinguished! victims, It did not come from Canada like the epizootic, nor from Asia like the cholera, nor from the West Indies like the yellow fever. It is believed to have started somewhere in Pennsylvania, and, meeting with a favorable condition ofi the atmosphere in Washington, District of Columbia, stayed there, and was developed by reason of the defective sanitary arrangements in the political system of the capital. Great sympathy is felt for Massachusetts, so many of her distinguished citizens have been swept off. The subjoined list of deaths will be read with painful interest by the public. The notices are inserted (contrary to our usual custom) free of charge Ames, Hoax, of Massa...

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A Pile of Debt. Effect of Carpet-bag Government. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

A Pile of Debt. Effect of Carpet-bag Government. North Carolina owes $ :>0,000,000 South Carolina owes 10,000,000 Virginia owes 17,000,000 Georgia owes 10,500,000 Alabama owes 15,500,000 Mississippi owes 25,000,000 Louisiana owes 21,000,000 Tennessee owes 81,000,000 Florida owes 0,000,000 Making a grand total of $202,000,000 This is not all, but a sample, and here is the cool way a X. Y. Times correspondent proposes relief: Let Congress, during the present session, authorize the issue of $100,000,000 oi bonds by the General Government, to be distributed, under suitable restrictions, among the Southern States, for the purpose of relieving in part the people from liabilities contracted since the war for works of internal improvement by their respective State Governments, which liabilities they cannot pay and must not repudiate. This for remedy number one, and as a future medicine, says the writer, let there be An amendment to the Constitution of the r. 8., which shall permi...

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A Curious Political Story. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

A Curious Political Story. Apropos' of the death of tlic ex-Emperor of the French, The Bulletin of San Francisco prints a curious story of some correspondence between the late Secretary Seward and Napoleon, The editor of The Bulletin, who was n personai friend of Jlr. Seward, says, that at a private dinner party in San Francisco Mr, Seward related the following incident ‘ ‘ It was,’ said Mr. Seward, “in the darkest days of the I Rebellion. D leas ter upon disaster liad befallen the Union, armies. Treason was active and bold-fronted at Washington, m the Nor.h and in the W'est. Rebel emissaries and ilieir allies were plotting against us over the Canadian border. Oni"foreign relations were most critical. Rebel cruisers were being fitted out in. British port sand set to prey" upon our commerce; Germany was coldly neutral: the smaller European States'were indifferent spectators of theconflict ; Russia-wastlie ©illy friend we had among,the powers of the earth. In this-despemtt® emergency ...

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