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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

SAVINGS B Removed to No. I Place, near the ] Institution tor ! THE bust: —OF THE—EMIGRANT SAVIN Is not interrupted by the fire. ' Bank have removed its bu New Banking No. 52 TEMPLE (Near the Provident Institute The Bank will be open as usual < SIX PEE CENT m President s PAT KICK VICK-ritF.SIDEX: Hon. WTLLIAM CI.AFLIN. Very Rev. P. F. LYNDON Eev. ROBERT FULI lion. THOM) (Collector of the' JAMES POWERS. DENI! MARTIN LENNON. GUST JACOB PFAFF. ALAN CHARLES MARSH. JAME (Jordan, Marsh A Cos.) Eev. J Eev. GEORGE A. HA TREASURER Thom trustees: James McKenna. James Charles F. Donnelly. John 3 James McCormick. Patric John B. Moran, M. D. Ricliai Michael H. Gleason. Cornel Chrysostom P. Donahoc. John 1 James 11. Tallon. IT. J. I Charles Regan. Alex.l Matthew Keany. John ( John Nagle. Edwar Robert MeDcvltt. Thoms George Thompson. John I John W. McDonald. M. D. Hugh Ferguson, M. D. James Phillip O’Donnell. Thoim Christopher A. Conuor. PaCkl J. Donahoe, Waltham. Miclia< B. D...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

SHIPPIiS PASSENG Brought from and £ to Ireland, in LINES OF ST] £■ Arriving at IJoston and H Sailing tlierefi at the Lowes': PATRICK DONAIIOE, Bo3t< to make known to bis countryiu prepared to bring out passcng* send borne money, etc., etc. For the purpose of entire pri constantly kept on deposit in tb of Ireland, against which MR. drafts, payable at sight, for SI the Bank, and al! its brandhes, a the last twenty-five years, afii remittance perfectly safe and ui The principal objects of MR. Ist. By the sale of his Bills Bank of Ireland, and by keeping to meet the same, to furnish to this country a safe remittance Ireland. 2d. To receive moneys from p chase for them passage tickets transmit the same to their fric whom the passages were ordere 3d. To receive moneys from p of the City of Boston, and to a to forwarding into the interior, direction, their friends and 1 arrive at this port from Ireland, MR. DONAIIOE sells Drafts on the Provincial Bank of Ircla all its branches. ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

DECORATORS. FLAGS AM) BANNERS. IN SILK, BUNTING, AND COTTON: Send for prices. [ 2 a BUNTING, 18 inches wide, by the piece Q or yard. MILITARY AND REGALIA GOODS. GOLD AND SILVER LACES, FRINGES, CORDS, BRAIDS, STARS, TASSELS, BADGES, HARPS, SHAMROCKS, CROSSES, EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, % SOCIETY BADGES AND REGALIA. MILITARY, MASONIC, AND ODD FELLOWS’ BOOKS. § POLLARD & LEIGHTON, q I Importers and Manufacturers, 11 104 Tremont Street, I BOSTON, MASS. £ x Please mention tills paper, and (lie kind of goods wanted, when you write for price-list. anl3:ly :7th BANNERS ANI) DECORATIONS^ Mn. C. W. ROETII, artist, 32 West street, Boston, will promptly execute all orders for Banners and Decorations in tlie most artistic manner. Banners for Churches, Sunday-schools, Tern, perance Societies, Military Companies, or other Organizations, will be finished in the finest style, if the Societies will send to Hr. Roeth a description of the designs or mottoes re...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

GrAS FITTERS. T. F. McGANN, 88 Portland Street, Boston, Brass Finishing and Gas Works, Gas Fixtures and Fittings, and every style oi Church and Puhlls Illuminating made to order, by senalnsr by mail a sample idea of what is wanted. s§7 dim:7th DANIEL LEE, Wrought anil Cast-Iron Pipe, Steam anti tins Fittings, Brass ami Iron 1 nlves, Coelts, Bte.» Steam Boilers, Portable Unglues, Steam Pumps and Steam Heating Apparatus, 58 Friend Street, Boston. Special attention siren to the fitting up of Buildtags with Steam and Gas Pipe, and the eon aeo ting of Steam Boilers. Churches, Halls, and other public buildings, heated by steam in the most approved manner. lam permitted to refer to Patrick Donalioe, esq., whose building oa FranL- ! lin street was heated with steam by me; also, to ( the Continental, Adams, Bay State, aad EagW | Sugar Refineries jaa2 :ti ! WINES,LIQUORS, JOHN GIBSONS SON k CO., DISTILLERS FTTSTFi OIuD EYE —AND—BOURBON WHISKIES. WAREHOUSES : 121, 123, 125 Broad Sireot, mom &a...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. RUSSIA. The “ Gazette ” oh Knglanrt’s Jealousy. St. Petersburg, Feb. s.— The official Gazette, in an article on tlie movements of Russia in Central Asia, contrasts the indifference with which Great Britain views the growth of the United States and the jealousy with which she watches that of Russia. The Gazette says that the British journalists are beside tliemselves witli anger, and concludes its article by advising the British Government to take no more notice of tlie progress of Russia than she does that of the United States. The Russian Baltic fleet will soon sail for the Mediterranean. ENGLAND. RwLoU'mblini; of Parliament——The tiuccn’s Speech. London. Feb. 6.—a. m.— Parliament reassembled to-day. The following sketch of the Queen’s speech has been obtained in advance of delivery : England is at peace everywhere, lhe great powers have promised to co-operate effectually for the suppression of slavery on the; East coast of Africa. Friendly negotiations are ...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions In advance, we select the following Rev. Luke Daly, New Britain, Conn., paid $lO In advance. Rev. Thomas Walsh, West Meriden. Conn., paid sloin advance. Another Sew Club. Milford. Mass., Jan. 28, 1873. Mr. Donahoe —Dear Sir:—Enclosed >ou will find Post-office Order for $22, the subscription of the following persons for 'fur: Pilot for one year, with Chromes. All new —Peter Donahoe, Deunis O’Drisooll, Michael Itynes, Michael Walsh, James Coniiu, Maurice Nugent, Matthew Reynolds, Michael Farrell, David Sliceran. and yours truly, Dennis Sheehan.’ Another Large Club. Warren, R. 1., January. 1873. De ar Sir:—Enclosed find Draft for $5O 60, in payment for club for Pilot Be assured, we all sincerely sympathize with you for the great loss you bav c sustained. Yours truly, A. Dolouran. Club of Seven. Pontiac, R. 1., January, 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed find s(i, for two years in advnnoefor Pilot;...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE MARKETS. Prepared Expressly lor The Pilot. The following prices are paid bv Commission Dealers in Faneuil Hall Market Boston Wholesale Produce Market. Butter and Cheese— As last reported. with a firmer feelings; outside blitter quotation, 68c; and poor, 17c ft. Jyjgtr—. Fresh. 44c; limed. 3c Y doz. Beam— Range from $2 80® 475 bush. Poultry —l7® 18c Y ft. Apple- —A - last quoted: so of potatoes and onions. Hay— s27('qj.~l fl ton. Straw —$2&@30 Y ton. Watertovm Live Stock Market. At Chicago. Albany, and New York. dull. Pricef of Market Seif—A few choice. sll@ ; Extra,slo®>lo 80; firs, qualitv.!sB 5We9 50; second quaJlvty, ; third quality, ss®s 50. Prices of Store Cattle —working Oxen, Y pair, $lOO, $l5O to 5200, $250: Milch Cows and Calves kom S3- ■ o.OO: Farrow Cows. 520® .15; extra. $65(0) S5; Yearlings, $10(5 18: Two years old, Three-years old. s3o® 15. Pricei of Sheep and Lambs —In lots, $4, $4 50. $5, and $5 50 each: Extra. $G®7 50, or from s®/7?o'c Y f...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. OeatU of a Distinguishcil Young Jesuit. I Died, at Woodstock, Md., on the Feast j of the Purification, William O’Callaghan, I scholastic of the Society of Jesus. A brief j record, but it will draw tears from the eyes of many: of the friends who lmew him i but to love him; ol the brethren who appreciated the strength and radiance of his young manhood; of tlic family whose idol | lie was. Yet thev shall not be fitter tears. They shall carry with them their own balm; they shall be lull, to overflowing, I with hope that cannot perish. Mr. O’Callaghan was born in the City of Cork, Ireland, in the ear Itbi. His family came to this ! country whilst lie was still young, and took up their residence at Worcester, Mass., where the Master of the Hull School still fondly remembers j the bright and high-souled boy who then won his affection and esteem. Obeying the call of God to a higher life, lie entered the Society in His sixteenth year, to lay upon the altar Ills rare gltt...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

| A successful Mission vvns driven in Cler- ] | raont, 11., Inst week, by the Oblate Fn--1 tiiers of Lowell, Mass., to our mixed population, composed almost equally of French and Irish. Great credit is due to the energy of the pastor of Clermont, and the zeal of his people, who, although not very numerous, have.in one year, built an elegant brick church, the finest building in town. Business Record. Pimpi.es and Humors on the Face.—ln this condition ot the skin, the Vegetine is the great remedy, tvs it acts directly upon the cause. It cleanses and purities the blood, thereby causing humors of all kinds to disappear. IE the appetite has failed. It is restored; If digestion is painfulaudhuperfeet.it becomes easy and natural; if the liver is inactive, it is regulated; if the nervous system is debilitated, it is strengthened by he use of Atwood's Quinine Tonic Bitter*. Sold by all druggists. A sii.knt disease punishes the patient only: hut a vociferous cough or a horrible cold punishes ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted Susanna Large, is anxious to hear or know the whereabouts of my brothers. George and William Moorhead. George lived in Liverpool, England; was a painter by trade. William, was a soldier; he enlisted in a Foot Regiment, in Clonmel, or six miles outside of the town, about the year 18-15: he was transferred to a Grenadier Company, and fought in the East Indies; he was married to a Miss Souil: her father owned one or two ships; they belonged to England. I also want to hear from my sister. Elizabeth Griffith, who was married to William Griffith, in Francis street Chapel, In Dubliu, Ireland; her maiden name is Moorhead: my own maiden name is Moorhead; our father's name is William Moorhead; mother’s name is Phoebe Moorhead, maiden name Dalton; her brother’s name (iuy uncle) is Laurence Dalton. 1 wish to hear from some of his children; he had a sou, Daniel, who emigrated from county Limerick to St. John, N. B.; he was a farmer, and came to...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19, 22 & 23 Dock Square, THE ONLY im PRICE CLOTH IMi STORE IN DOCK SQUAIiK, AND THE Best Place in Boston To Clothe your ISoye at low Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. feblo:tf:Bth Special Notice ! m i JlJil & Ul CONTINUE THEIR G-REAT CLOSING-OUT SALE DRY GOODS, DURING THE PROGRESS OF ALTERATIONS IN THEIR STORE ! EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS FOR A WEEK —IN—SHEPARD, NOR WELL & €O., 30 & !ii IVISTER STREET. febls:lt L H. JESSOP, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER. No. 10 Tremont Street, BOSTON. All Orders Promptly Attended to. febls:om':B PARLOR FURNITURE, Sofas, Lounges, Easy, !Pnrloi*, and Roc-kin" Clmirs, MANCFACTCKED BY SHAW Sc CO., Importers of Laycork’s best English ITair Seating. Salesrooms: 27 Sudbury, Oil, 71. & 73 Portland Streets, Boston. janii :3m :8 BOOK TRAD 111. NICHOLAS 31. WILLIAMS, CATHOLIC Bookseller and Stationer, 1203 IVASIIIiVGTOJf NTBJOET, Oppos...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

TO & FROM El PASSAGE TI TO OE FROM Queenstown or I GrlasgOAv or ALSO TO AND FROM Steerage Litlicr Way Drafts for ] RATABLE IN England, Ireland, ai A.T LOWEST : MAY BE HAD FF WARREN i 136 State Street, B( THE ANCHOR Steam to and from Gli pool, and Londoi One of the favorite Ciyde-bi Steamers, ACADIA. COLUMBIA, ALEX AND RIA ,D0 R lAN, ANGLIA, ETHIOPIA, ASSYRIA. EUROPA, AUSTRALIA, INDIA, BOLIVIA, lOWA, BRITANNIA, ISM ALIA, CALEDONIA. lI'ALIA. CALIFORNIA, OLYMPIA, CAST ALIA, ROMA, ' Sails every Wednesday and S: from Pier -0, North Rl\ Reduced Rates of Passage, Pays To Glasgow. Liverpool or D. and $75. Intermediate, $35. Cabin Excursion Tickets. SISJ Prepaid Certificates (steerage to New York or Boston—cabii Intermediate, §4O. Steerage, booked to and from Hamburg. Gottenburg, Christiana, Copeut low rates. Drafts issued payable at any 1 tain and Ireland. For further information applj Office, No. 7 Bowling Green, N. C. L. BAHILET 16 Broad st WAUKK.Y &, 136 State si ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 February 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. EUROPEAN PASSAGE TICKETS. OUTWARDS —AND—PREPAID S. Passengers forwarded to or brought from any Railway Station In EXGLAND, 1 UPLAND, or SCOTLAND to BOSTON, at lowest rates. n>r 51UU, 500, and !$".» currency; and first-iiass Excursion Tickets from BOSTON to the above named ports and return for 8 I —O currency. Steerage from LONDON to BOSTON for $33. For Passage Tickets and Drafts on Great Britain or the Continent, and full information, apply to C. L. BARTLETT & CO., 16 Broad Street, Boston. iuh23:tf :Btb GENERAL PASSAGE OFFICET J. W. Lawrence Cos., (Successors to LAWRENCK & RYAN), INTo. IO 33roacl Street, Boston. Passage to or from LIVERPOOL, QUEENSTOWN. LONDON. GLASGOW, LONDONDERRY. BRISTOL, and CARDIFF for TUtrtjDollnrs, by tbe Cunard Line, Anchor Line, White Star Line, and Gluon Ltuc; and by the National Line for Twenty-nine Dollars. Tickets issued to and lroru the piincipal towns and cities in Europe and America, at...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

The Pilat. Be just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou abn’st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1873. No. 8.

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The Nameless One. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

The Nameless One. BY JAMES CLARENCE MANGAN. THE PILOT. * Boston, February 22, 1873. jjoll foroi, my song, like the rushing river That sweeps along to the mighty sea; God will inspire me while I deliver My soul to thee! Tell thou the world when my hones lie whitening Amid the last homes of youth and eld. That there was one whose veins ran lightning No eye beheld. Tell how his boyhood was one drear night-hour, How shone for him through his grief and gloom No star of all heaven sends to light our Path t« the tomb. Roll on, my song to after ages Tell how, disdaining all earth can give, He would have taught men, from Wisdom’s pages The way to live. And tell how trampled, derided, hated, And worn by weakness, disease and wrong. Ho fled for shelter to God, who mated Ilis soul with song. With song, which always, sublime or rapid, Plowed like a rill in the morning-beam, Pcrdhancc not deep, but intense and rapid— A mountain stream. Tell how this Nameless, condemned for years long To herd with...

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Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Our Irish Letter. Cork, January 25, 1873. Ihe L&od Agitation, Which Mr. Gladstone sought to lull asleep with his Land Act soothing syrup, is waking up again, and bawling its demands louder than ever in the ears of our unfortunate masters. How that the lawyers have exercised their ingenuity in taking this poor Land Act to pieces, and showing what a sorry thing it is, all the world begins to see it is the silliest sham ever conceived by quack or blockhead. It pretended to root the Irish people fixedlv in the soil—to make eviction penal—to give the tenant a solid property in the money and the industry lie expends on the land—in snort, in Mr. Gladstone’s fine phrase, “ to make the bad landlords good, and the good landlords better.” This was the crowning ‘ ‘ Message of Peace,” over which all respectable Whiggery went into ecstacies, and John Bull, having grudgingly granted so much, put his hands in his breeches’ pockets, and said complacently : ‘ ‘ Now, at last, I’ve had the ...

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Our English Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Our English Correspondence. London, January 18, 1873. Napoleon’s Funeral. Notwithstanding the presence of the thirty-five thousand people who went down from London, came up from the j provinces, or crossed over from France, or Belgium, at the Emperor’s funeral, the spectacle was painfully disappointing. Perhaps the smallness of Camden place, the utter unseasonableness of the weather—jve haven’t seen hail or snow yet—may have conduced in some measure to the tameness which characterized the occasion. There were marshals, and generals, and diplomatists by (lie score; plumes and epaulettes, decorations, Civil and Military, scattered over the grounds, and up and down the corridors of the modest house in which the hero of the Coup (V Etat fairly broke his heart. “ Our beloved Queen” sent down a couple of representatives; that essence of incredible vulgarity, the London Corporation, despatched a few furred and ermiued roughs to represent them, and a cluster of Local Boards essayed to gain ...

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Sisers of Mercy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Sisers of Mercy. In an exceedingly brilliant piece of descriptive writin" in the London Daily 'Telegraph— which vve take to be from the pen of Mr. George Augustus Sala—relating the manner of the obsequies of the late Emperor Napoleon, the following occurs. After dwelling upon the appearance of the ehapel, and the numerous grand personages, male and female, who were present at the Mortuary Mass, the writer proceeds to say:— ‘ ‘ But the shadow ef death envelopes in gloomiest adumbration this bevy of grandes dames de par \e monde, whose names awaken so many reminiscences of fascination, of brilliance and splendor. Motionless as statues, and but for an occasianal sob, wholly silent, they sit conning their missals or counting beads. Only once during the weary hour or more of thoir waiting is there some stir among them. This is on the arrival of two Sisters of Mercv; in their snowy wimples and heavy black robes and voils. 'l'hese are the two Sisters, who, since the Emperor’s death, have b...

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Our German Column, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Our German Column, European Corresponlence. During the year that has passed the progress of the Prussian Government in the way of persecution, has been exhibited by many very unjust acts against Catholicity, and by a large amount of personal suffering endured by the Catholic Bishops and priests. The year now' opening shows this Government pursuing its evil way still more obstinately. The claims of justice, of liberty of conscience and of toleration, are cast to the winds by the arrogant rulers of this upstart Empire, and offence is taken at the words that depart from the lips of the sovereign Pontiff, as well as at the devotion that Catholics have to the clergy. Will it be believed that the journals, inspired by the Prussian Government, assure their readers that Pius the Ninth has 44 declared war against the Empire?” Does the great nation tremble at the words of the Sovereign Pontiff? Perhaps, feeling the truth of the Pope’s words, it grows angry and rages; for there is nothing more...

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