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The Irish Friar an Irish Soldier. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

The Irish Friar an Irish Soldier. On Tuesday evening, December 17th, the Brooklyn Academy of Music was again literally jammed to hear Father Burke’s final argument In answer to Mr. Froude. The subject Avas, ‘ ‘ The Last Words of Froude.” The lecture beloAV will show how ably and heroically the Reverend Father finished the discussion and the falsifier of Irish history and character. The lecture Avas given for the benefit of St. Mary’s Hospital, in Deane street, and must have realized a very large sum, as the immense edifice Avas filled to its utmost capacity, hundreds being compelled to depart Avithout admission. On the stage were many prominent clergymen and citizens, among whom we observed the Right Rev. Bishop Lynch, of Charleston; the Rev. Fathers Corcoran, Leneuf, Larkin, Taff, McDonnell, Cassidy, McGuire, McGuinness, McSliay, Nevin, and McCarthy; and ex-Govemor Lowe, of Maryland; the Hon. Wm. E. Robinson, Cornelius Dever, esq., and John Mullaly, esq. Father Burke spoke as follo...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Catholic Intelligence. There are 20.000 Catholic Bohemians and Polanders in Chicago. St. Mary’s Church, Erie, has been renovated and embellished. The Bishop of Harrisburg. Pa., has issued a pastoral, directing l attention to the building of a cathedral in that cily. The spire of the Cathedral at Dubuque, lowa, will be entirely of stone and will stand 300 feet high. Mgr. de Merode, Grand Almoner t© the Pope, who was severely hurt by a fall, and was in great danger, is recovering rapidly. The St. Stephen’s Home for Orphans and Homeless Children, New York, was opened under the charge of the Sisters of Charity, by Rev. Dr. McGlynn, in 1808. The new church at Barrie, C. W.. erected by Rev. Dean Connor, was blessed by the Archbishop of Toronto Dec. loth. Rev. Father Hayden, of Dufiin’s Creek, delivered the sermon. Bret Ilarte, in his California lecture, pays a beautiful and well-merited tribute to the labors of the early Catholic missionaries on the Pacific Slope. A statue of ‘ ‘ Our Lady...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

ELEGANT PARIS BOUND PRAYER BOOKS. The Most Superb Collection in America, Mn. Donaiioe desires to Inform his patrons that his stock of fine bound Prayer Books was not destroyed by the great fire. Our assortment of fine Velvet, Ivory, and Tortoise Bindings has only just arrived from Prance. The books in sheets were sent to our Agent in Paris during the summer, and have been bound, under the Agent’s personal supervision, in the most elegant styles possible. Each book contains eight beautiful colored steel engravings , all splendid works of art. For variety of style and excellence of binding the assortment cannot be surpassed. Our stock of American Fine Bindings is also very complete, and contains a variety of new and choice styles. The following comprise our list of Fine tannings:— St. Joseph’s Manual. Plain and Colored Engravings. French Bindings. Velvet clasp and corners 510 00 “ rims and clasp 12 00' * “ “ and medallion 14 00 * full mountings 14 00 ‘ “ “ and medallion 16 00 Also an ...

Publication Title: Pilot
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TIRED MOTHERS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

TIRED MOTHERS. A little elbow leans upon vour knee, Your tired knee, tliat has so much to bear; A child’s dear eyes are looking lovingly From underneath a thatch of tangled hair. Perhaps you do not heed the velvet touch Of warm, moist fingers, folding yours so tight— You do not prize this blessing over-much, You almost are too tired to pray to-night. But it is blessedness I A year ago I did not see it as I do to-day— We are so dull and thankless; and too slow To catch the sunshine till it slips away. And now it seems surpassing strange to me That while I wore the badge of motherhood I did not kiss more oft and tenderly The little child that brought me only good. And if, some night when you sit down to rest, You miss tills tired elbow from your knee, This restless, curling head from oil your breast. This lisping tongue that chatters constantly: If from your own the dimpled hands had slipped , And ne’er would nestle in your palms again: If the white feet into their grave had tripped, ...

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THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." The best frontispiece—An honest face. A chin that’s never shaved—An nr-chin. In China the marriage ceremony lasts three days. More than 100,000 American -works are in the British Museum Library. Indiana and Ohio are quarrelling as to which State has the most poor-houses. A BHOE-dealer fn Broadway advertises •'Woman’s Rights—and Lefts!” The Chinese, with a good deal of sarcasm, call ceremony the smoke of friendship. Mrs. Partington thinks that the grocers ought to hire a music teacher to teach them the scales correctly. Crab apples go into one end of a mill at Trenton, N. J., and come out of the other labelled “Bordeaux.” Eloquence is reason set to music, and, like reason, should never be perverted to base purposes. A boy with two tongues is astonishing the people qf Newport, Ind. One is quite enough. A Buffalo paper announces that by the recent burning of an ice-house there, 20,000 tons of ice were ‘ ‘ reduced to ashes.” When we ...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. Before the great lire, we had completed arrangements to make The Pilot for 1873 the best weekly newspaper In America, Those arrangements still hold good. We have asked our old friends and our new friends to send us each the name of anew subscriber to enable us to carry out the design without loss. Owing to the great support we received in the past year, we determined to testify our gratitude to our subscribers by making them an elegant present. A Chromo portrait of the great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to be printed by the newest process in seven c*lors, 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 the chromo. The chromo-printers were burnt out by the great fire; hut they had, on the day previous, sent The Pilot Chromo to the residence...

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OUR TERMS—CASH IN ADVANCE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

OUR TERMS—CASH IN ADVANCE. Delivered by Carrier everywhere s:t OO “ “ “ Six Months 150 “ “ “ Four Months 1 OO Single Subscribers by Mail, One year 'A 50 I “ “ “ Six Mouths 125 “ “ “ Three Months.. 05 Clubs ol Three or More by Mall, One year. 2 OO “ “ “ u Six Months. 1 OO “ “ “ “ Three “ 50 To Ireland ( U . S. postage paid) 200 PORTRAIT OF FATHER BURKE. A life-size Chromo-Portrait of the great Dominican (valued at $2 50) will be given to every mail subscriber who pays $2 50 for one year anil 20 cents for postage on Portrait—making $2 70. Any person sending us a Club of five subscribers and ten dollars, shall receive a Portrait (postage free). Any person sending us ten subscribers and twenty dollars, shall receive two I’ortraits (postage Iroe) and so on, to any number that may be sent. No Portrait sent until the money Is received. INSTRUCTIONS TO CANVASSERS Take a copy of Tiie Pilot ; show It to friends and neighbors; polut out its merits and value; gather the names and subscrlptious,...

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

G-AS FITTERS. DANIEL LEE, Wrought and Cast-Iron Pipe, Steam and Gas Fittings, Brass and Iron \ alves, Cocks, Etc.. Steam Boilers, Portable Engines, Steam Pumps and Steam Beating Apparatus, 58 Friend. Street, Boston. Special attention given to the fitting up of Buildings with Steam and Gas Pipe, and the connecting of Steam Boilers. Churches, Halls, and other public buildings, heated by steam in the most approved manner. lam permitted to refer to Patrick Donahoe, esq., whose building on Franklin street was heated with steam by me; also, to the Continental, Adams, Bay State, and Eagle Sugar Refineries jan2:tf ~tTf. McGANNr 83 Portland Street, Boston, Brass Finishing and Gas Works, Gas Fixtures and Fittings, and every style of Church and Public Illuminating made to order, by sending by mail a sample Idea of wiiat is wanted. se7:6m :7th SEWING- MACHINES SEWING MACHINES! AEE TOE FIBST-CLASS SEWING MACHINES Sold. For Cash., ©lt OI EIBTAXMEITB, Call on, or send for Circulars to BICE &am...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

COUNSELLORS. E. IS. O'COXAOK, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 13 Court Square. Office 8. jan4:ly I*. A. COL.L.EVS ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north of State street.) J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Wo. 47 Court st. (Room 8), jan2:tf Boston. THOMAS E. HAGI'IIIE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. 13 Court Square, jan2:tf Boston. CHAS. F. DOWWET/LY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-£T-LAW, jan2:tf Boston. JOIIW C. CROWLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office Wo. 5 Wiles Block, Court Square and School street, Boston. jan2:tf PATRICK J. FLATLEV, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. Je22:ly:7th THOMAS IULEI', ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, 13 Court square, Boston, Mass. jc!B:tf JOSEPH ». FAEEOW, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. IRISH AND AMERICAN LAW AGENCY. WILLIAM B. WEST, for many years United States Consul at Dublin, continues to conduct Law Business through the most eminent Lawyers of the ch...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

DECORATORS. FLAGS AND BANNERS. IN SILK, BUNTING, AND COTTON: Send for prices. y jBUNTING, 18 inches wide, by the piece 2 i or yard. 5 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, Importers and Manufacturers, 104 Tremont Street, BOSTON, MASS. Please mention this paper, and the kind of goods wanted, when you write for price-list. au!3:ly:7th ~ BANNERS FOR SOCIETIES, SCHOOLS, &c. MK.DONAHOEis prepared to receive orders from Societies and Schools for Manners and Flags, for Processions. The Paintings and Designs will be executed according to the suggestions of the parlies ordering, and in the very best manner. Orders respectfully solicited-, and estimates furnished. Address PATRICK DONAHOE, 300 Washington st., Boston, Dlass. TESTIMONIALS....

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

WINES,LIQUORS, <toc i. y. b. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Vegetable Bitters, The best tonic and diurectic now in use. Price, $3 per gallon, with a liberal discount to the trade. For sale by the Proprietor and Manufacturer, SAMUEL \V. CLIFFORD, 84 and 96 Commercial street. Boston. ian2:tf Jm\ NAGLE, WHOLESALE LIQUOR DEALER, 233 Federal Street. The subscriber invites the attention of the trade, and the public generally, to his complete assortment of Gins, Brandies, Wines, Irish, Scotch, Bourbon, and Rye Whiskies. —ALSO— Dublin, London, Scotch Porters and Ales. Goods sold at the lowest cash prices. Mail or express orders will receive prompt attention. JOIIiV NAGFE, augl3 233 Federal street, Boston. JOHN TRACEY & CO., Alcohol and Rectifying Distillers, AND MANUFACTURERS OF ALCOHOL, FRENCH PURE SPIRITS, Cologne Spirits, BOURBON, RYE, AND OTHER WHISKIES. Distilleries at Albany and Waterloo, New York. 20 ami 22 St...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

ALTAR WINES. PURE ALTAR MIXES! The attention ol the Rev. Clergy is respectfully called to the large importations of Wines I am constantly receiving, especially for the Altar. It is warranted PURE and FREE from all foreign substances, and combines a richness and mellowness of taste rarely to be found in this class of Wines, and is well ripened by age. For sale fn bond and store, in octaves and qrs. JOHN P. COONEY, Office and Warehouse, 143 & 144 Canal street. Providence, R. I. feb2l ALTAR M IXES. I hereby wish to inform the Rev. Clergy that I am Importing pure Altar Wine, to which 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 Shawmut avenue, near Chapman street, Boston, Maes. jel:ly:7th NOTICE TO THE EEY. CLERGY. The undersigned have now open...

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Practical Sympathy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

Practical Sympathy. From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions in advance, we select the following:— Mr. James McCormack, for John McCormack, Cloonagh, Oouuty Longford, Scrabby Post-office, County Cos van. paid ten years. John McCloskey, Worcester, Mass., three years subscription iu advance. Clnl» of Twenty-two. Shirley Village, Mass.. Dec. 1,1872. Dear Sir:—Enclosed find $34, towards paying for a club of twenty-two. I have done all you request ot your patrons m your paper. A Pilot in every Catholic family in this town, and I don't want anything for my trouble. Who is tlie next to follow my example? Andrew Flynn. Ten Aew Subscribers. Clinton. Mass., Dec. 5, 1872. Dear Sir:—Enclosed And $2O payment, for ten new subscribers to The Pilot. You see lam trying to aid in thi3 your hour of trial, and the best way to do so is to increase the circulation of the dear old Pilot. Yours truly. Hugh Madden. Four Subscribers. Lenox, Furnace, Mass., Nov. 27, 1872. Mr. Donah...

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ADDRESS TO THE PILOT FROM ITS FRIENDS IN WATERTOWN. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

ADDRESS TO THE PILOT FROM ITS FRIENDS IN WATERTOWN. [We recommend the following lines to our friends because of the excellent point contained in the last stanza.—Ed. Pilot.] WATERTOWX, Mass., Dec. 5, IST'J. Dear Pilot, no wonder you feel somewhat sad, Of fortune you've had a hard streak. The strongest concern in the laud would feel had To be burned out twice in a week. The Fire Fiend got loose in your city one. night, And horror 1 what havoc he made 1 Whole streets ol proud buildings he grasped in his might, In au instant in ashes they’re laid. And the great Pilot building, along with the rc6t, He enwreatbed with a lire streaming flood, And nothing's now left but a ruinous pile To point out the place whore it stood. But Tim Pilot experienced hard storms before, And in this its advantage is plain; For, while hundreds In terror steer close to (lie shore, It boldly strikes out on the main. The first words addressed to its patrons all rouud: k ‘ Send In orders, we’re ready once more,” A...

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

MISSING- FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted Of John Golden, who left Ottawa, Out., in ].°<y; at that time was In (he employ of Thomas Hanley Baker. Information concerning him will l>e received by Ids sister, Mary Golden, £25 Ninth street, Troy, X. Y. ’ ji LIMEBICK. Of Patrick, Hody, and Winifred II or;an, wlio left the City of Limerick in July, I&17, and arrived in Quebec same month. They were from the parish of Silver Mines, county Tipperary. Information of them will he received by Jheir brother, Michael Hogan, ij. J., at Jesuit's College, Montreal, Canada. j 1 MAYO. Of Margaret and Oaroline Omelia, daughters of John and Ann Omelia, township of Castlebar, county Mayo. Information concerning them will be received by their sister, Mary A. <ilyun (maiden name Omelia), lJcalc Springs, Mohave county, Arizona Territory. j:i Of Michael and Dan Ruddy, of Killala, county Mayo. Michael emigrated to this country about 20 years ago, and Dan...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE NEW YORK TABLET FOE 1873. Extraordinary Inducements To Subscribers remitting the amount of their subscriptions in advance. LOOK AT OUU PEEMIUMS ! The proprietors of the New York Tablet are pleased to announce ,that they have had engraved at great expense a line portrait ot Ireland's Great Liberator. DANIEL O’CONNELL, which they are able to state is the only correct and life-like portrait of O’Connell that has yet been produced. The grandson of tills illustrious patriot, now residing in tills country, expresses his opinion of this work as the most authentic likeness of O’Connell extant, and highly compliments the artist on his great success in producing such a magnificent work of art. The size of the portrait is 19x24 inches, and it has been prepared expressly for presentation to those who remit the amount of their subscriptions in advance. The Tablet has received the APPROBATION AND RECOMMENDATION of the ARCHBISHOP OF NEW YORK, and the paper will, as heretofore, continue to main...

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