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Foul Air and Heart Disease. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Foul Air and Heart Disease. To keep the body in health it must be duly oxygenated. There must be free and iuii])lo interchange between the blood in the lungs and the air entering the pulmonary cells. The U'e-atrcammust be purified by its elimination oi carbonic acid; it must bo vivified by the absorption of oxygen. The fulfilment of these conditions demands a lull, tree and constant admission of pure air into the lungs. Thi* lull, free and constant admission of pure air cannot be obtained in badly-ventilated houses, crowded buildings, schools as at present constructed, theatres, manufactories, pits underground rail ways and the like. When the body baa rcaehixl that age at which natural! decay or degeneration has begun, the absence of pure air hastens and increases the ' degenerative tendency. Where the heart is more prone than other organs to disease the want of pure air tails with powerful effect upon the tissues of the rigid heart Their nutrition is defective by reason of the impu...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Help for Old Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Help for Old Ireland. ; The Convent of Hip Holy Cross. Kemnarc, County Kerry, Ir< hmd, the home of Sister Mary i Francis Clare, who lias spent years toiling for the i historical fame of her native land, is deeply iu debt, she appeals to her countrymen In America ! for help. It is for Ireland, for Religion, for the Starving Poor, of the poor. st part of Hie Old Cosutrv. ll Is to help to feed Hungry Irish Cliildr n. To Clothe and Shelter Homeless Irish i Children. Those who know, from their own experience, what the poor suffer iu Ireland, will not refuse all the assistance they can give; those who do not know may believe niywofds.no help can be had here from Fairs or Lotteries; the place is too remote and the people are 100 poor; we dep- nd upon the well-known geneiosity of the Irish in America; 11 has never failed; it will not fail n*w. The names of all who give donations, with the amount given, will be published In The (Boston) Pilot, and other papers. The sums collected ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

COLLEGES. A. 31. 1). U. UOSTOIST COIiT.EGE, j Near tlie Church of the Immaculate Conception, Harrison Avenue, [ is iutended lor Day Scholars, studying tlie ColleI plate course of English, Latin, Greek, Modern | Languages, Mathematics. Ste. The Scholastic year Is divided into two sessions, I tlie first beginning in September, the second in Ffcbj rnary. I Hours of attendance from B’i a. m., to 2G p.m. : Terms, s.'lo a season. Catalogues may he procured at The Pilot Office. COLLEGE QF THE HOLY CROBB, Worcester, 3lass. This College is under the direction of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, and was established solely for tlie education of Catholics. It stands on “ Bogaehoag,” or. i till of Pleasant Springs, within two miles of the City of Worcester,and commands an extensive view of the beautiful country around. [ Tlio water is abundant and excellent; the playj grounds are spacious; the location is remarkably | healthy, and affords facilities for healthful amuse- ; meut at all sca-son...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

ARCHITECTS. ffl. YY. FITZSIMOAS AitcniTEC r, 49 Temple Place, Boston. References: Snell & Gregersou, Patrick Donahoe, John C. Crowley, Charles F. Donnelly. Thos Gargau, John W. McDonald , ju80:ly I W. IORIT 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. Rev. Thomas Grutin, Worcester. K. BOTDEN .4 Sox, Worcester. Office—with SULLIVAN MACDONALD, Vo. 3 School street, Boston, Mass. jel:tf :7th music. Acceptable Musical Presents! To a lady friend. A Sweet-Toned Jlnslc Uox. Costing from $5 CO to $lOO 00. The large boxes are wonderfully powerful and harmonious. An Ph'gaut Guitar. Prices from $1 50 to $75 00. A Violin. Vow a Lady’s Instrument. (For the Boys and Girls). $5 00 to $5O 00, Drums, Concertinas, Aceordcons, or . Flutinas, Clarionets, Flutes, Flageolets, Fifes. All these, of all varieties, and of tlic best manufacture, to...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

ACADEMIES. ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, \ Elmliurst, Providence, I?. I. The Ladles of the Sacred Heart have opened an ' Academy for Youri-' Ladies at Elmhurst, Providence. This beautiful location combines every aj\ antage that can be desired for such an Institution. Ine grounds are spacious, containing some thirty acres, varied with lawns and woodland, and a pleasure pond which offers, in their season, the amusements of bathing, boating, fishing, and abating. Situated on an eminence, it is dry and healthy, and commands a full view of the city and miles of the Narragansett Bay. "Hie plan of studying Is the same as that adopted with so much success iu the different Institutions of this order, both in this couutry and in Europe. The Eadtes will bo prepared to receive pupils on the First day of January, 1873. Day boarders and day scholars will also be admitted. For further particulars apply to the LADY j SUPERIOR, Elmhurst, or to RIGHT REV. DR. HENDRICKEN, Bishop of the Diocese, Provi- ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

COAL DEALERS. BRIM] & CLARK, DEALERS IX COAL and WOOL, Wharf Bridge street, corner of Third, Hast Cambridge. Order Box at Leonard & Co.'s Auction Rooms, 48 Bromtkld st. Orders bv mall promptly attended to, J.F. BRINE, mill I*. T. CLARK. COAL At the Lowest Market Price, OF THE REST QFAEITY, Delivered. In any Fart of the City. FOR SALE BY boswortii & mA^ymnsr, aug24 250 Federal street. \VINES,LIQUORS, &c ESTABLISHED IN 1 847. JAMES COLLINS & CO., LMPORTER3 AM) WHOLESALE DEALERS —IX — Foreign and Domestic WINES & LIQUORS, 13R Bench, r.iid SO and S3 South Sts. We respectfully invite the attention of the trade and public generally to our large assortment of the above Goods, which are not excelled by any similar establishment In the city. Constantly on hand a well selected stock of Bourbon, \\ beat, and Rye Whiskies, and I>. W. Lawrence's Old Medford Rum. We offer lor ale Inßond, or duty paid, the various b...

Publication Title: Pilot
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

MEDICINES. ATWOOD’S QUININE TONIC BITTERS! Tlie Best Tonic and Stomachic ever offered the Public. It wilt Improve your Appetite , Facilitate Digestion, Give Tine to the Nervous System , 1 'isor to every Organ of the body , thereby imparling Health and Strength. There Is no remedy so good tor Langour a;ul Debility , whether general or following acute disease. The Medical Faculty endorse it for Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous Debility, and all Diseases arising from a Disordered Liver or Stomach, Constipation, Flatulence, Kush of Blood to the Head, Loss of Appetite, Nausea, Heartburn, Acid Stomach, Fulness or Weight in the Stomaclv, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Dimness of Vision, Yellowness of the Eyes and Skin, Pain in Head, Side, Back, or Chest, Burning in the Flesh or sudden Flashes of Heat —all of which indicate a derangement of the Liver or Digestive Organs. Persons living in, or visiting sections where Malaria prevails, where Fever and Ague, Billions Fever, ,4c.....

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

ALTAI? WINES. NOTICE TO THE REV. CLERGY. Ihe imdtrsigned have now opened kheir now store on Sliawmut avenue (foruu rlv 57 Suffolk street), where they will kwp constantly 'em liv\n<l I THK AND SF.I.IAIUJS WINKb FOR TOE ALTAR, at the lowest pries. t hey have also a l&rtro assort* aunt 01 Foreign Goods. ATI orders v.ift be ililed with promptness and despatch. All letters and orders should be addressed to PHILIP HOIM, 103 Sliawmut avenue (loot of Chapman street) Jsoaton. mhltLly rzth ALTAR WINES. I hereby wish to Inform the Rev. Clerry that I am Importing pure Altar Wine, to whiofi fact i can show all necessary guarantee and certificate from the Rev. Bishop of Cologne. My Wine can be had in any quantity, and all orders promptly attended to; also, constantly on hand, different kinds of self-imported Rhine Wines, at ANTON BENZ’S CENTRAL WINE DEPOT, No. 167 Sliawmut avenue, near Chapman street, Boston, Mass. Jelilyrith PURE ALTAR WINES! The attention of the Rev. Cler...

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SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. Russia and England. TUc Difficulty Begins toLook Serious. Towdon;, ,lan. 2!).—lt is rumored that the differences between Great Britain and Russia on the Khivan question, instead of being in a fair way for a mutually satisfactory adjustment, are increasing, and that the governments of France, Austria, Italy, Turkey, Denmark and Sweden,have determined to support the British government in the position assumed. The foreign office here is in possession of the copv of the firman of the Shah of Persia, by which he •-odes the Attiak valley and a portion of Chorassan to Russia. Disasters to Steamships. Grasoow. Jan. 29.—The steamship Britannia is ashore on the island of Arran, in the Firth of Clyde, and probably will become a total wreck. The Britannia sailed from here on the 271 li of November, fortlie Mediterranean, whence she would return to Gla. 1 gow. She probably had passengers. Later. —A tug has been sent to the assistance of the steamship Brit...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Emigrant Ship Investigation. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Emigrant Ship Investigation. An investigation into the conduct of officers of the Bremen ship Argonaut, which left Bremen the gth ol November last, is being held at Castle Garden, New York. The affidavits of thirteen passengers allege that the captain was most of the time under tie influence of liquor; that he insulted the passengers and compelled them to .work, and that no physician was aboard; the food is said to have been improperly cooked and impregnated with saltwater; and an aged passenger is said to have died of neglect. Mrs. Tubolska alleges that her husband was compelled to work at the pumps; that while so doing he was washed overboard and drowned; and that the officers of the vessel made no efforts to save him. Fair foi; St. James’ Church, Boston.— We direct our Boston readers’ attention to the advertisement on this page, announcing the opening of a Fair for St. James’ Chnrcli on the 4th ol February. The Fair will be held in St. James’Theatre, Washington street, which will...

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Practical Sympathy, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Practical Sympathy, From the numerous Iriends who have sent us letters and subscriptions In advance. we select the following:— Right Rev. Bishop Rogers, Chatham, N.8., pays four years In advance. Rev. Thomas Gleeson, Malden. Mass., has paid in advance lor five years. Grattan Literary Association. Worcester .Mass., pays $lO, lor five years. Maurice Joy, Wolcottville. Conn., sends $47, for club. ■l. O’Leary, Belmont, Nevada, sends a club ol twenty. Letter from Fr. Lyndon, V. G., Boston. 6 Allen St. . Boston, Mass., Jan. 10,1873. My Peak Mu. Donahoe:—l have received your note concerning the •• Acta Saneta Sedis.” Von can continue my subscription. Unclosed phase find a check lor $2B 50; $4 50 for tile above, and $25 lor The Pilot for 1874. Wishing you and family very many happy and prosperous returns of the New Year, 1 remain your devoted friend. P. F. Lyndon, V. g. Letter from a Priest. Onslow. Q., Canada, Jan. y. 1874. Mr. P. Doxahoe—Dear Sir:—l enclose $lO in advance, for Pilot. lam ...

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To Clergymen and Laymen, Revival of Brownson’s Review. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

To Clergymen and Laymen, Revival of Brownson’s Review. Jtlr. Donahoe lias been appointed Agent for the New England States for the sale of this truly excellent quarterly, which has just been revived by the author, O. A Brownson. Subscription price, $5 per annum, in advance. Single numbers, $1 35 per copy. The number for January is now ready. Even- intelligent Catholic ought to subscribe. Address PATRICK DONAHOE, Publisher and Bookseller, 300 Washington street, Boston, Mass. Drafts, payable at every Bank in Ireland, for sale as usual at the rooms of the Emigrant Savings Bank, {3S2 Teniplo place, by Patrick Donahoe.

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Business Record. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 February 1873

Business Record. How TUB Rich MAY 1)0 Good.— Thousands of the poor art* suffering from coughs and colds ! caused by exposure. Send to each of these one i bottle of Hale's Honey of lloreiiound and Tar. Thus countless lives may be saved at a trifling cost. The remedy Is admitted to be infallible. Crittenton's, 7 Gth Avenue. Sold by all Druggists. changes in the weather are productive Oi Throat Diseases. Coughs and Colds. There is no more effectual relief to be found than in the use | of * Brown's Bronchial Troches.” Doss of Appetite, Heartburn, Palpitation of the Heart, Dizziness, Sleeplessness, Constipation, Wind, Mental and Physical Debility, and Mc-lan- ! choly are caused by a disarrangement of the digestive organs. To thoroughly master these symptoms, White’s Specialty for Dispepsia ! is the only prompt , efficient and safe remedy. H. G. White, Proprietor, 107 Washington street, Boston. Price, $1 per bottle. 0c19:15t i Pike’s Toothache Drops cure in one minute.

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

The Young Crusader ; AX ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC MAGAZINE. rom.rSJTF.D MONTHLY YOU Tin: BNTERTAIKMRXT AND INSTRUCTION OF THE YOCN’O. t st " r y for the you up Is now app« arb?>'; V* - h ‘ ! * RCHADK.R,trom thepen of Mrs. Anna /■ t.hey. The ln-st Catholic Authors are enoT lor It-" 1 l'apcs. it has secured the ~rj® PI" 088 ! ' n 'J the putronaee of the young wmfi. ~ (t ,? nd Y 0UII 5«-CM its stories aud sketches with Interest and prollt. TERMS: Ono copy. twelve months »i no Three copies V.V.'.V. 2 jj, A beautiful Chrouio of “ The Holy Karoilv ” is {rtven free- to ever > person that gets up a cl'ub of ten, at seventy-live cents each. Address— REV. WILLIAM BYRNE, Editor Young Crusader, Vo. 12 West Strw t, Boston. Mass. Sample copies free. tehl:3nt

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

BIRTH O'Donoyan Uo99A—ln New" O'Donovan Rossa. ol a sou. MARRIA< MASSACIIVSE Liddell—Rilky—ln Boston Sherwood Ilealy, Mr. William . Y., to Mies Margaret Riley, CALIFOIt.M Pkltibb—Rich—ln Sacrarn Rev. Father Seatllan, A. Peltle DEATH! 75d year of his age. Sullivan —Jan. 25, John O. i of Cloghen, county Tipperary, Jexntng —Jan. 23, John .h of Loughrea. county Galway, 1 i . Walsh— Anne F. Walsh, Walsh, parish of Edgeworthtc ford. In the 25th year of her age DoxoantTK—Jan. 22. Bridget tive of the parish of Kilbride, c land, aged 74. SEW YORK 81 LARKIN —In Brooklyn, Jan. Patrick Larkin, daughter of I Bourke, of Klugscourt, count in the 22d year of her age. PEiVUSILVAI McGreai.e—ln Scranton, J Greale, wife of the late Willi; mother of Robert Wilson, of ! Ssth year. VIUGIVIA. Biiac eland— At the Convent Parkersburg. Jan. 11. Sister Mai laud, aged 59, formerly of the Fi vent, Maryland. CALiFonaru Kiu.r.i. ay— ln San Frenclscc KUlehcj , a native of county Rose aged 70. — Sullivan—...

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

A GRAND FAIR —IX AID OF THE—ST. JAMES’ CHURCH, —WILL OrEX— For Three Weeks, —COMMENCING— Tuesday, Feb. 4r, 1873, —AT THE—ST. JAMES THEATRE. Open from 1, p. in., till 10, p. in., Daily. Admission, 25 cts., Season Tickets, $l. leb3:4t;B PAIN-KILLER. No article ever attained to such unbounded popularity.—Salem Observer. An article ol great merit and virtue.— Cinn. Nonpareil. We can bear testimony to the efficacy of the Pain-Killer. We have seen its magic effects in soothing the severest pain, and know it to be a good article. Cincinnati Dispatch. A speedy cure for pain—no family should be without it. — Montreal Transcript. Nothing has yet surpassed the Pain-Killer, which is the most valuable family medicine now in use.— Tenn. Organ. It has real merit; asameansof removing pain, uo medicine has acquired a reputation equal to Perry Davis’ Pain-Killer. — Newport (Ky.) Daily News. It is reallv a valuable medicine —it is used bv many physicians.— Boston Traveller. febl:lm;3 ALLEN'S LUNG BALS...

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

MISSING FR] See Third page. Information YV Of Hugh Bligh, a stone when last heard of was at Lou IS years ago. His brother, T be very glad to hour from hi family. Address Thomas B 1 Marshall county, Tennessee. Of John L. Mackay, a pool, England, on board Sliiy about 20 years ago: when last b. Mr. Charles Parkins, Union Conn.. in the year 1856. Inforr be received by his son, John wood Avenue, Boston Highland MAYO. Of John, Richard. Brookiiocse . natives of Castle when last heard from they were county, Oregon. Information received by their sister. Widow name Sarah Brookliouse), care Peru, Iliiuois. TII'PEKARI Of NORAn, Mary, and from the parish of Neuagh. i when last heard from were in married—Nor all's husband's nai and Mary's husband's name is formation of them will be recei' Kate Kenny, No. 264 Sixtecntl: Webster place, Gowanus, So. 13 CAVA A. Of Patrick, Ellen, a McSherey; also, of Robert Fi the parish of Anna, county Cay rick Donolioe, county Monag of the above parties will be ree...

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

THE BO STAR CLOTHINI 19, 22 & 23 Do THK O.\L ONE PRICE CLOTH IK DOCK SQUARE, A Best Place in To Clothe your Boye n EVERY ONE SERVED ALIJ principle on which to do busines DRAFT OK THE Provincial Bank < Payable at all Its branches throi CAN BE OBTAIN! PATRICK DO: Sio. 52 Temple Place, 3 Persons who have sent money by referring to the number of t that their money has been paid. 1219 260 207 424 332 1045 1405 8564 698

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