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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

ALTAR WINES. NOTICE TO THE REV. CLERGY. The undersigned have now opened their new j 6tore on Shawmut avenue (formerly 57 Suffolk | street), where they will keep constantly on hand i Pure and Reliable Wines for the altar, at j the lowest prices. They have also a large assortmi nt of Foreign Goods. All orders will be tilled ■ with promptness and despatch. All letters and 1 orders should be addressed to PHILIP KRIK, 163 Shawiuut avenue (foot of Chapman street) ,Bos- ; ton. mhl6:ly :7 th ALTAR WINES. 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 j from the Itcv. Bishop of Cologne. My Wine can be had In any quantity, and all orders promptly attended to; also, constantly on hand, different | kinds of 6elf-imported Rhine Wines, at ANTON BENZ'S CENTRAL WINE DEPOT, No. 157 Shawmut avenue, near Chapman street, Boston, Mass. jel:ly:7th PURE ALTAR WINES ! The attention of the Rev. Clergy Is respectfu...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

COAL DEALERS. | BRINE & CLARK, DEALKUSIN COAL and WOOD, Wliarf Bridge street, corner of Third, Knst Cambridge. Order Box at Leonard & Co.'s Auction Rooms. 48 Bromfield 6t. Orders by mail promptly attended to, J.F. BKINK. mh4 P. T. CLARK. COAL At the Lowest Market Price, OF THE BEST QUALITY, Delivered in any Part of the City. FOB SALE BY BOBWORTII & HLA-MXiEST, aug24 230 Federal street. WINES, LIQUORS, &c JOHN TRACEY & CO., Alcohol and Rectifying Distillers, AND MANUFACTURE US OF ALCOHOL, FRENCH PURE SPIRITS, Cologne Spirits, BOURBON, RYE, AND OTHER WHISKIES. Distilleries at Albany and Waterloo, New Tork. 20 and 22 State street Albany. 183 and 184 Pearl street. .Sew York. 85 Broad street Boston. jan2:tf 1. Y. B. For the cure of Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss of Appetite, etc., try Clifl'ord’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 ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

MUSIC. The Place to Purchase MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS Of nearly all varieties: as Cornets, Altos, Baritones, Basses, Contrabasses, Orchestra Cornets ; of Brass or German Silver; Piston or Rotary Valves; • DRUMS. CYMBALS, FLUTES, PICCOLOS, FIFES, FLAGEOLETS, CLARIONETS, FRENCH AND GERMAN ACCORDEONS. VIOLINS AND GUITARS, VIOLONCELLOS, DOUBLE BASSES,CONCERTINAS .FLUTINAS, HARMONICAS. BANJOS. MUSIC BOXES, VIOLIN AND GUITAR STRINGS, and all Musical Merchandise, is tlie well known store ol John C. Haynes & Cos., 33 Court St. (opposite Court House) Dost on. j inyU:ly:7th ] 10,000 Copies Sold in 10Weeks! Greatest Success Ever Known ! OF DITSON & CO.’S GEMS OF STRAUSS! Telegraph. Consortlen, Manhattan, New Vienna, Blue Danube, Now contains: Academic, Publisher, 1.001 Nights, Burgersinn, Royal Songs, Vienna Woods, Illustration, German Hearts, Artist’s Lite, Love & Pleasure, Marriage Bells, Wine, Women Life Let us CherWiener Freskcn, and Song, Ish Waltzes, iAnd 3...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

COTJIsrSKLLCmS. E. B. O'COXXOG, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LA W. J3 School street (Nile3 Block—Office S.) jani dv THOMAS IiLEEY, ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ]elB ?f COUrt s<lunrc * B oston, Muss. JOHN C. CItOHXEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Oflicc No. 5 Niles Block, Court Square and School street, Boston. jan2:tf CHAS. F. DONNELLY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tl Boston. I*. A. COLLINS, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. 46 Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north or State street.) JOSEPH D. FALLON, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. THOMAS F. MAGIYKE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. 13 Court Square, jan2:tf Boston. PATRICK J. FLATLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. je22:ly:7tti J. E. FITZGEItALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW. No. *l7 Court st. (Room 8), jau2:tf Boston. IRISH AND AMERICAN LAW AGENCY. WILLIAM B. WEST, for many years United States Consul at Dublin, continues to conduct Law Business through the mos...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ROME. Bls&oiis for America. A despatch from Rome announces the appointment ol the Very Rev. Dr. M. A. Corrigan as Bishop of Newark, N. J., and of Rev. Wm. H. Gross, C.SS.R., Superior of the Redemptorists, Boston Highlands, as Bishop of Savannah. The nominations were promulgated by the Pope, Feb. 2. IRELAND. Prosecution of Uiv Priests. Dublin, Feb. I.—ln the trial of Rev. Mr 1 Loftus, the first of the Galway priests, brought before the Court of the Queen’s Bench on the charge of having illegally used spiritual influence to intimidate voters ami secure the election of Captain Nolan to Parliament, the jury failed to agree. An immense crowd thronged the court-room, and the announcement was received with tumultuous applause. SPAIN. Tlio IVciv Government. Madrid, Feb. 12. - The Cortes to-day elected the following government Figueras, for president of the council, received 24C votes. Cordoba, minister of war, 239 votes. Pi. Y. Margali, minister of inter...

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The Procession in Boston on Saint Patrick’s Day. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

The Procession in Boston on Saint Patrick’s Day. Tho following is the route of procession decided upon for St. Patrick’s Day:—ilio procession to form on Arlington street, right resting on Boylston street; countermarch on Arlington, thence through Beacon, School, Washington, Eliot, Tremont and Dartmouth streets, Warren and Columbus avenues, Pembroke, Tremont, Camden, Washington and Concord streets to Harrison avenue; thence through Harrison avenue aoross Dover St. Bridge, through Fourth and D streets, Broadway. “St. Patrick’s Bridge,” to Albany street; through Albany, Beach, Foderai, Broad, State, Court, Hanover and Prince streets, across Charles river bridge to Charlestown square; thence over Warren bridge to Boston, through Causeway and Eudicott streets, Haymarket square, Merrimac, Causeway, Leverctt, Green, Chambers, Cambridge and Charles streets to the Common, where the procession will be dismissed. An Interesting Lecture. A very interesting and comprehensive lecture was given in...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

A NEW DEPARTMENT JORDAN, HABSHft CO. Having made all tlie necessary arrangements, are now prepared to take orders for WHITE SHIRTS by measure, to be manufactured from the BEST LINENS and COTTONS, at $2.50 each. A FIT IS GUARANTEED. They also have in stock a full ltac of ItRADYMADE SHIIITB, of all grades and sizes, at lowest prior*. feb22:lt J. H. JESSOP, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER, No. 10 Tremont Street, BOSTON. All Orders Promptly Attended to. G-KlN r rL.E]MIG ;n CTURNIBHING- their own cloth, I will cut. make, 1 and trim, in a superior manner, at the folNwino r nHrpd*— lowing prices:— Business Coats. Dress Coats.... $lO to $ll . 16 to 18 . 16 to 22 Overcoats On hand a stock of the most fashionable and desirable goods in the market, which wilt be made "P .f and re “® n * M e Prices; Military and Band Uniforms, as above, bole proprietor of the G. A. K. Monogram Buttons, large and small b JOHN It. FARRELL, over Boylston Market lebls;tt Pants and Vest,

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

MARRIAGES. MASSACHUSETTS. II ax by—McMullen—ln Randolph, Jan. SO, hr Rev. M. J. Burns, Mr. John J. Ilauey, of Fredericton, N. 8.,t0 Martha, daughter of Joseph McMullen, esq., Randolph. DOMIMOM OP ('AYAI)A. RECI.Ant-MASTEr.SOX—At St. Raphael, Out.. Jan. 14, by Rev. John Masterson. I’. I’., brother to the bride, assisted by Rev. Father Leclair.S. S. S., St. Patrick's Church. Montreal. Alexander Leclair, esq., to Miss Bridget Masterson. CALIFORNIA. Roxax—Sheeiiax —At the Mission Chapel of San Juan Capistrano, Los Angeles county, Jan. Id, Peter Konan. of Helena, Montana, to Miss MolUe Sheehan, of San Capistrano. DEATHS. Notices like the following arc Inserted for 25 cents. MASSACHUSETTS. 01A it tla nd—At South Boston, Jan. 11, Margaret Dully Gartland, of the City of Dublin, Ireland, wife of James Gartland,in the 35th year of her age. On the 12th, her young son, Jas. Ilugh Gartland. SISIV YORK CITY. Redmond —Gregory Redmond, co. Wexford, Ireland, aged4B. Cairns —Feb. 2, Alexander Cairns,...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

Business Record. Of all awful night sounds, that of a frightful cough, reverberating through ibe darkness. Is the most saddening. W ould you be spared this infliction, and save the life endangered by the com- ' plaint,administer Hale’BHoneyofHoreiiound and Tar. Crit ten ton's, 7 6tli Avenue. Sold by all Druggists. White’s Specialty for Dyspepsia is the only prompt, efficient, and safe master of such symptoms as loss of appetite. heartburn, palpitation of the heart, dizziness, sleeplessness, melancholy, constipation, wind, mental and physical debility, as well as many others which, if neglected, will soon place ‘• the house aye live in” beyond the reach of any remedy. H. G. White, proprietor, 107 Washington street, Boston. $1 per bottle. febls:l2t Pike’s Toothache Drops cure in one minute. PAIN-KILLER. No article ever attained to such unbounded popularity.—Salem Observer. An article of great merit and vlrtne. —Cinn. Nonpareil. We can bear testimony to the efficacy of the Pain-Killer....

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

MISSING FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted Of William Mark Golrick, aged 16 Tears, tall and slim, who left home In November, 1871; he worked four days in Roxbury, and has not been heard from since. Auv person knowing his whereabouts will confer a great favor on his father, Michael Golrick, 298 Atwell's Avenue, Providence, It. I. CH;6t I, Susanna Large, am 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 1835; 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 Dublin, Ireland; her maiden name is Moorhead: my own maiden name is Moorh...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

BOOKS FOR LINT. LESTES MOXITOR; or. Moral Reflections and Devout Aspirations on the Gospel for each day, front Ash Wednesday till Easter Sunday. By Rev. P. Baker, O.S.F. 24m0., cloth, new edition $0 CO SHORT TREATISE OX PRAYER. Adapted to all Classes of Christians. By St. Alphonsus Liguori. New edition ,24m0., cloth 40 SPIRITUAL DIKECTOIt OF I»E--YOl'T ASD RELIGIOUS SOULS. By St. Francis de Sales 50 SPIRIT OF ST. ALPHOXBUS LIGUORI. A Selection from his Shorter Spiritual Treatises. Translated from the Italian by the Rev. J. Jones. With a Memoir of the author. 24m0., cloth 60 WAY OF S ALVATIOX, in Meditations for Everv Day in the Year. Translated from tl* Italian of St. Alphonsus Liguori. 24m0., cloth 75 HOI KS OF THE PASSIOXs or, Pathetic Reflections on the Sufferings and Death of our Blessed Redeemer. Bv St. I.iguori. New edition. Translated by Right Rev. W. Walsh. Bishop of Halifax. With a sketch of the Life of St. Alphonsus I.iguori. 18mo., cloth 60 AXIMA HIVOTA; or, Devout Soul. ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

TO & FROM EUR OPE. NATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. New York to Liverpool livery Wednesday. Calling at Queenstown to land Passengers. To London llterj' Alternate Saturday. KATES REDUCED. Cabin Passage, $O5 and $75. Cabin Passage Out and Return, $l3O, Currency. Steerage Passage from London, Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Derry,etc., To Roston, $2O. From Roston, $29. Through passage to Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, Bremen, etc., at corresponding rates. Apply at the office of the Company, No. 69 Broadway, wew to F.W. J. BURST, Manager. And for cabin, steerage, prepaid, and outward tickets to Agents for New England. . ot .. WARREN’ <fc CO., ]an2a:tf 136 State street, Boston. THE ANCHOR LINE. Steam to and from Glasgow, Elverpool, and Londonderry, One of the favorite Clyde-built Passenger Steamers, ACADIA, COLUMBIA, SCANDINAVIA ALEXANDRIA .IKTRIAN , SCOTIA ANGLIA, ETHIOPIA, SIDONIAN EURO PA, INDIA, lOWA, ISMALIA, ITALIA, ASSYRIA, AUSTRALIA, BOLIVIA, BRITANNIA. CALEDONIA, CALIFORN...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 February 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. CUKAED LIKE MAIL STEAMSIIIPS Sailing Every Week DIRECT FROM Boston for Liverpool, CALLING AT O BEEN STOWN | CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Appointed, Sailings Direct from Boston. OLYMPUS Thursday, February *• I SIBERIA Tuesday, February U. ALLEPO Tuesday, February 18. IIECLA Tuseday, February ‘25. i SAMARIA Tuesday, March 4. BATAVIA 'Tuesday, March 11. OLYMPUS Tuesday, March 18. j SIBERIA Tuesday .March 25. 1 Passengers embark at the Cun&rd Wharf, East ! Boston. CABIN, SSO GOLD. STEERAGE,B3O j CURRENCY. Prepaid Steerage Passages front Liverpool, London. Bristol .Glasgow .Queenstown, or Derry, to Boston (Steamers sailing EVERY THURSDAY). §3O CURRENCY. Children uni der 12 years half price; Infants under 1 year 85. | Passengers hooked to all parts of the United j States. Drafts Issued on the Bank of Ireland for £1 i and upwards. Passengers by the Cunard Steamers will be supplied with an abundance of food, cooked and served ■up three times dally by the C...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The Pilot. Bo just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim's* at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth's. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH i, 1873. No. 9.

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The Widow of Nain. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The Widow of Nain. THE PILOT. Boston, March i, 1873. Ft-tm tho Catholic World for March. •• Tbe only 6on oi bis mother, and she was a widow." The dust on their sandals lav heavy and white, Their imraionts were damp with the tears of the night, Their hot feet aweary, and throbbing with pain, As they entered the gates of the city of Sam. But lo! on the pathway a sorrowing throng Pressed, mournfully chanting the funeral song, And like a sad monotone, ceaseless and slow, The voice of a woman came laden with woe. W hat need, stricken mothers, to tell how she wept? Ye read by tbe vigils that sorrow hath kept, Ye know, by the travail of anguish and pain, The desolate grief of the widow of Main. As lie who was first of the wayfaring men Advanced, the mute harden was lowered, aud then As he touched the white grave-cloths that covered the bior The bearers shrank back, but the mother drew near. Her snow-sprinkled tresses had loosened tlieir strands, Great tears fell unchecked on tlie tightly c...

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Roman Chronicles. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Roman Chronicles. From Oar Roman Correspondent. Home, Jan. 27, 1873. The Church of the Holy Apostles. A remarkable discovery has just been made in this cbnrch, a few days ago. Although not one of the greatest churches, .the Santi Apostoli, its it if familiarly called, dates from the period of Constantine, and has preserved the title of a Constantian Basilica. It- was rebuilt by Pope Pelagius 1., In the sixth century, and finished in the same century by Pope John 111., when it was dedicated to the two apostles, Saints Philip and James the Less. About the end of the fifteenth century it was built as we sec it noiv, with the exception of tho portico, constructed at the expense of one of tho Torlonia family, in 18*27. It is remarkable for tho number and artistic excellence of the monuments it contains, one of which was designed bv Michael Angelo, and two by Canova —the modern Michael Angelo. Here lie the remains of Pope Clement XIV., who belonged to the Order of Minor Conventuals, whose...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Our English Letter. London, January 27, 1873. What Is to Become of Our Poor I The bitter weather has at last set in with merciless severity. Coal, bread, and most of the necessaries of life have risen to famine prices, whilst to crown all, capitalists are hoarding up their means, and employment is dolefully scarce. The number of idle hands in London may be counted by tens of thousands. They belong to all occupations—clerks, mechanics, laborers. The former have opened a discussion of their wrongs in the papers; and, if all they aver be true, they make out a villainously excellent indictment against their masters. It must be said, on the other hand, that the clerks themselves are much to blame. In their palmy days, that is before London was inundated with Scotch and German quill-drivers, their salaries were high , and their extravagance unbounded. They were the main support of those dens of lacquered infamy, the music halls, and the painted frailties who frequent them. Now, the shoe p...

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Our Halifax Correspondence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Our Halifax Correspondence. Halifax, N. H., Feb. 10, 1873. i Cicncvnl Politics. From a community of excited and excitable politicians, which Nova Scotians' were a few years ago—ready, then, one would suppose, to wage war to the knife upon everything British and Canadiau—they have become as demure and as torpid a lot of people (politically speaking) as is to be found to-day in the Dominion. The change has been so radical and so complete as to excite no little surprise among the people themselves. Judging trom the opinions freely expressed three or four years ago, on the subject of Confederation, it was scarcely to be expeeft dthat the *• situation” would have been accepted with tne(f»inplaisanoe it has been. It must not be inferred from this condition of affairs in Nova Scotia, however, that everything is serene with the Government at Ottawa. We are noi yot a homogeneous people, in the strict sense of that term. Living apart lor so many years, each province with an almost diverse and...

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Bellew on Froude. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Bellew on Froude. Mr. J. M. Bellew gave another reading at Steinway Hall, New York, last week, before a crowded bouse. Preceding tlic opening piece, the distinguished reader paid a tribute to Insii actors and dramatists, which was called out by some remarks of Mr. Froude in bis last book. Mr. Bellew said: — Ladies and Gknti.emkn : —Before reading the following scene from the famous comedy of the “ Critic,” I wish to preface it with a remark which cannot possibly offend any one, but which it is only just and right to make in introducing so great a name as that of Sheridan. In a work just published, and as yet hardly known in this country, written by Mr. Froude. and entitled “The English in Ireland,” that gentleman, at page 22, takes occasion in referring to Irish art and literature to make the following amazing or amu sing assertion: — The incompleteness of character Is conspicuous in all Unit tliev do ami liavo done; in their history, in their practical habits, in Iheir arts and in ...

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