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

i TO & FROM EUROPE. PASSAGE TICKETS TO OK FltOM Qneenstown or Liverpool, :G-lasgo\y op Derry, ALSO TO AND FROM LONDON. Steerage Either Way $29 OO Drafts for Money, JPAYABLE DC England, Ireland, and Scotland, LOWEST RATES, MAY BE HAD FROM WARREN & CO., : 136 State Street, Boston, 3lass. ian2 THE ANCHOR LINE. Steam to and from Glasgow, Liverpool, and Londonderry. One o£ the favorite Clyde-built Passenger Steamers, ACADIA, COLUMBIA, ALEXANDRIA,DORIAN, ANGLIA. ETHIOPIA, ! ASSYRIA, EUROPA, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, i."l IVIA, lOWA. BRITANNIA, ISMALIA, CALEDONIA, ITALIA, CALIFORNIA, OLYMPIA, CAST ALIA, ROMA, SCANDINAVIA, SCOTIA, SIDONIAN. TRINACRIA, TROJAN, TYRIAN, UTOPIA, VALETTA, VENEZIA, VICTORIA, Sails every Wednesday and Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 20, North River, N. Y. Reduced Rates of Passage, Payable in Currency. To Glasgow. Liverpool or Derry, cabins $65 and 875. Intermediate. 833. Steerage, $3O. Cabin Excursion Tickets, $l2O. Prepaid Certificates (steerage) fro...

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

TO & FROM EUROPE. CUKABD LES T E mail steamships Sailing Every Week direct from • Boston for Liverpool, CALLING AT O TIEEiSr STOWN CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Appointed Sailings Direct from Doston. SIBERIA Saturday, December 28 PALMYRA Saturday, January 4 HECLA Saturday, January 11 SAMARIA Saturday, January 18 BATAVIA Saturday, January 35 Passengers embark at the Canard Wharf, East Boston. CABIN. $BO GOLD. STEERAGE, B3O 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 $.5. Passengers booked to all parts of the United States. Drafts Issued on tlie Bank of Ireland for £1 and upwards. Passengers by the Cunard Steamers will be supplied with an abundance of food, cooked and served up three limes daily by the Company's Stewards, with as much water as they wish to use; and are only required to furnish their own Bedding, ...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Pilot. I!i' just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou ahn’st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth's. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1873. No. 7.

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King Erick's Faith. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

King Erick's Faith. bY SPERANZA (Lady Wilde). THE PILOT. Boston, February 15, 1873. In CpsaTs stately Minster, before the altar, stands b King, brave Erick, with high uplifted hands— His royal robes are round him, the crown bpon his head, And thus, before his people, right sovranly he said:— * • God 1 wlioso trustetli in Thee will never rue his trust; If God tlie Lord be with us, our foes shall flee like dust.” He spake from priest and people rose up the answering cry—- “ ii God the Lord be with us, all danger we defy! ” .Scarce through the aisles is dying their mingled voices din, A pallid slave, disordered, comes rushing wildly in. “ Now God us ai U— Skalater, the Dane, lias come agen, Fast pouring down the mountains with seven hundred men! ” King Erick heard him calmly, then strong in faith replied—- “ What m m can tight against us, with t.od upon our side?” A second slave conies rushing all breathless as the first—--4 ■ The gat;- is down—Skalater each bar and bolt hath burst! ” ...

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The Italian Society of Catholic Youth. Their Address: Reply of Pius IX. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Italian Society of Catholic Youth. Their Address: Reply of Pius IX. CONNELLAN. From our Special Koman Correspondent. On the Feast of the Epiphany 100 distinguished Italian Catholics arrived in Rome, and assembled in the Consistorial Hall of the Vatican. About midday the Holy Father eutered the Hall and took his place upon the throne. The President of the Superior Council of the Society read the following address in the name of all: — THE ADDRESS. Most Holy Father: To-day is a solemn day, and the general cause of hope Is the great •memory bv which the Catholic Church to-day exults trusting in the Divine promises. Although the terrible misfortunes in which society continues with tearful aberration, and the unworthy persecutions which afflict the Spouse of Jesus Christ and this Apostolic Sec, the centre of light, of truth, of justice, of grace, have placed sadness and mourning permanently in our hearts in these days: nevertheless, faith'and hope oftentimes anticipate a ray of that ...

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Words of Plus IX. TO THE IRISH IN ROME. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Words of Plus IX. TO THE IRISH IN ROME. On the 28rd of June, 1871, on the sth of January, 1872, : and on the sth of January, IS7C, the sons and daughters of Ireland, who have been in Home at these dates, gathered around the throne of the Sovereign Pontiff to express to him their unchanging devotion and their undying affection. One hundred and fifty of the children of that land, amongst whom were many whose names are well hyiown, went to the Vatican on Sunday last. The Holy Father knows well how warmly the hearts of his Irish children beat for him, and how nobly they have sacrificed their lives to maintain him in the position that he should occupy among the rulers of the world. Perhaps now the thinking men of the time have had their eyes open to the necessity there is for the temporal power. And when yet greater evils arc in store for the Church, and deeper enmity rages against it, the absolute necessity of some spot of earth where safety may he found, forces itself on the mind with ...

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The Dead Emperor. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Dead Emperor. CONNELLAN. Home, Wednesday, Jan. 15, 187:1. As the grave closes to-day over the mortal remains of him | who stood highest among the worldly great a few years ago, it may be permitted to us to convey to our readers one word in his favor written by a friend of his. Perhaps no man in modern days has been less understood than Napoleon 111. The popular voice in his own land at one time praised him as a God, and at another abused him as a fiend, and the world followed the fickle tastes and baseless expressions of the French nation. lie was neither the one nor the other; and while w r e cannot deny that he committed grave errors during his career, and, perhaps, many faults, it may be allowed , without injury to justice or to truth, to consider the better side of lits character, and his more intimate conviction . With regard to his later political acts toward- Rome au apology has been made for him in the columns of the Uniters, by a staunch friend of himself and of his dyn...

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Comparative Civilization. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Comparative Civilization. We take tlie following from Ponwroifs Democrat. For the sake of the interesting figures we hope our readers will excuse the violent manner of 31r,-Pomeroy's expression-: New England fanatics have for years howled at what they have termed the barbarism and ignorance of the Southern people, in the matter of schools,.and churches, and good souls free from taint, New England has claimed to be so far in advance of any part of the country,, and particularly of the South. With this sort of lying argument Puritan preachers, orators and newspapers have made capital, and have banged on through the years until they got up a civil war. The last census throws some light ontliis subject, and may furnish some hints for the great, loyal and good of Non England. The white population ana number of churches in each of the six New England and the six South Atlantic States (counting as one Virginia and West Virginia) are a follows: — States. Whites. Churches. Maine ....... 024,...

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“The Wild Irish Girl.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

“The Wild Irish Girl.” Miss Emily Faitlifull lectured last week in Boston to one of its most cultured audiences, on “ Distinguished Men and Women I have Known.” Of all the persons mentioned in her interesting lecture she dwelt lon rest and with greatest pleasure evidently on Adelaide Procter and Lady Morgan, author of “ The Wild Irish Girl.” She recited very feelingly Adelaide Procter’s beautiful poem ‘‘ Judge Not.” Of Lady Morgan she said: — When we come into contact with noble natures we are aroused and raised into a purer atmosphere r and transported into a higher region from that in which we are accustomed to dwell. The first soiree of lions at which I ever found myself was in a small house at Albert-gate Hyde Park, and my hostess was the brilliant Lady Morganwhose rooms were the resort of all those men worth knowing in London society. I was very younw at the time, and stole away into the quietest corner of the room, which happened to be near the door where Lady Morgan stood to ...

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A Strange Story. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

A Strange Story. The Amherst Student contains a letter from Professor.). 11. Seelye, dated Allahabad, India, November 25,1872, detailing a strange fact which came under his observation in his recent travels. The Professor's story recalls the tradition in regard to the infancy of llonuilus and Uomiis, and suggests that Darwin’s theory of the Descent of Man maybe superseded by another, taking the ground that the lower creation is man’s descendant rather than his ancestor. The letter is as follows: — Not far from Agra, in northern India, is a Mission Nation of the Church Missionary Society, connected with which is an orphanage with several hundred children, now under the efficient care of the Itev. E. G. Erhardt. The region around is infested with wolves, by which, every year, numbers of children arc carried oil and devoured. Blit in tw o instances, at least, instead of being killed and eaten, the children have been kept alive and nourished with, if not by, these beasts. Whether the st...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, Jan. 24,1«73. A Counterpart Of the famous controversy raised by the historian Fronde, on your side of the St. Lawrence, has been engendered on this side by Gold win Smith’s lecture on the • ‘ Irish Question,” a short review of which I have given in a late letter. The result has likewise been the same. Mr. Smith, although he spared the Irish people, chose to vent his long exploded slanders on the Catholic Church, and as has ever been the case with such individuals, he met opponents who nobly maintained this cause. So Mr. Smith, finding himself worsted in his conflict, comes out at the last moment and says that the report of his lecture which appeared in full in the Toronto Globe,, was not an authentic report; but he imprudently forbore making this assertion until three weeks after the rep rt appeared, and when he found his falsehoods exposed. But there can be very little doubt that the report was a true one, else it must have been a perversion of his words ...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE PILOT IS rBILISIIED BY PATRICK DONAHOK, 360 WASHINGTON STREET, boston, mass.. TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED. WSDHUJS. H ALL CASES IX ADVANCE. Pelivered by Carriers in Boston $3 OO ** six months 1 50 “ “ four months 1 OO Sln-'lo Subscribers, by Mali, one year 2 30 • * “ ■' six months.... 123 *• “ “ three months. 03 Clubs of three, or more, by .Mali, one year 2 OO »> “ “ “ six months 1 OO *• •* “ “ three “ 30 a'o Ireland (17. 8. postage prepaid) 3 OO Boston Wholesale Dealers : M'.AV ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 835 AVashington street. UEIt. McCART. No. 9 Thatcher court. No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall ltiver, Mass.—l. I*. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. A’tw Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, It. I.— TILLING HAST & MASON: S. S. COLLIN'S, 'Jo Malhewson street. v " I ,L Pity.—THE AMERICAN NEWS tu., 121 .Nassau street. Brooklyn, A. V.-M. KEVIN. Y.-BF.R. iIUGllES,692Broadway . DOOLEY. 182 lliver street. Osn cro, A. \ .—GEORGE H HEFB llnffalo A. Y-T.S.HAWKSffLSrneea st. PH a.UJpH a, Fa.—CENTRAL NEWS CO., 500 Chestnut street. Eli n,’t I!A CKUS, 708 State street, aim 2so. 10 Park Kow. Baltimore, M«l.-n.TAYLOR.Sun Ironli'.iinß Cleveland, O. 11. KRAMER. EAWSON EVANS i CO. ’ V j Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.W ALSH ;.T.RICHARDS;J.R.HAWLEY Chicago, 111.— WESTERN NEWS CO. ” * St. Louis, Mo.—PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK & NEWS CO. Lou i sville, Ky .—A. G UNTER:C.T. BEARING MUvvauklc. iVis.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO WILLfA \1 ELLIS. Detroit,Midi.—J.A.ROYS: MICII.NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St. John, A. It.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY; P...

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THE WICKED WOODS OE TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OE TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND, AUTHOR OF “HESTER’S HISTORY." CHAPTER XVIII. MAY IS PROMISED A TITLE. The two girls did not. meet again fill evening, and Katherine was then so gent'e tliat May could scarcely believe she had not dreamed all the scene which had happened in the morning. Katherine and Christopher seemed exceedingly good friends; Mr. Leo looking feverishly happy, and Katherine pensive, with a tenderness f manner which was wont to be shed about her freely in her most fascinating moods. May devoted herself to Mrs. Lee, that lady showing a sense of comfort from her sympathy, which was touching to the young champion of a motherly heart. The evening was tedious, and May was thinking that she must request Lady Archbold to send her homo to Monasterlea; but at bedtime Katherine came to her in her room. “ I have come to ask pardon for my rudeness of the morning,” she said. ‘ ‘ You must not believe a word I said. It was only one...

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SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR. THE LACEYS OE RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART H. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR. THE LACEYS OE RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART H. From the Dublin Nation. CHAPTER XXXIX. He slowly climbs the hill on which the leaf-hidden hamlet of Hampstead hangs like a red pear from a mossed and gnarled hough. As he stands on the ridge—the vast heath, pillowy in its darkness, aud hoarse with the uproar of rushing water and shrieking trees, opens out before him black and horrible —a veritable Book of Doom. On the far edge of the waste a few lights are twinkling drearily, aud one which seems to burn in the tower of an observatory might be readily mistaken by an inexperienced eye for a star of no inferior magnitude’. Down the sheer slope, and kneedeep through the heather, goes John Sadleir. He pushes on in a straight line, careless of the heaped brambles which rend his clothes and score his delicate flesh with their sharp spikes. On through slough and quagmire and mounds of sodden grass, over piles of stone, iii and out of ruts and channels, he strides...

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The Pope and the Conjurer. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

The Pope and the Conjurer. BY ALEXANDER YOUNG. When Torrini, the magician, had been giving exhibitions in the principal Italian cities, at the beginning of the present century, he decided to go to Home, in the hope that the patronage of his Holiness the Tope would give eclat to his reputation. In this he was not disappointed. Pius VII., who was then the reigning Pontiff, having hear i of his performance, did him the honor to command his attendance at the Vatican. Being informed that his audience at this exhibition would comprise all the dignitaries of the church, the magician devoted unusual care to the selection of his tricks: but, after fixing on hi.s best ones, vainly racked bis brain to invent something worthy of his illustrious spcc- ! tutors. . ~ While he was thus perplexed, chance threw in Ins way the means of accomplishing his object. Happening to be in the shop of one of the best watchmakers in Rome the day before that fixed for the performance, lie heard a lackey, in rich ...

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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEM ORIGIN AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEM ORIGIN AND HISTORY. BY LAFFAN. Roche.—This is an Anglo-Irish surname, of which w\ have already published a notice. O’Siiaughnessy . —This is a noble “ old Irish” surname. We have eretofore sketched its history. Moran—Tansey.—l .—Moran is“ old Irish .” We have alrea y noticed it. . . ll.—'Tansey is Anglo-Irish, and not promim nt. Larkin. —This name has already been noticed by us. There were formerly respectable families of the name m the Cos. Cavan, Ireland, as well as in ottier Lister and Leinster counties. All inquiries should be addressed to Laffan, T. O. Box 555, New York City.

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Tjif Name ok God.—lt is singular that the name of God Oioulrl ho -Delled in four letters in almost every known l:m--gnage. It is in Latin, Dens; in Greek,- Zeus; Hebrew, German, Gottf French, Dieu; Spanish, Dios, ami Peruvian, LI an.

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