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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Convents Confiscated. Information has been received that the properties of 1G more convents in home nave been wholly or in part confiscated byKoval Decree on the pretext of public utility. FRANCE. How tile Country was It wined. A report has recently been made by the Comte do Segur to the'N'ational Assembly, on the matter of contracts entered into at byons during the war, on behalf of the Government of the Department and Commune. Some queer things come out in this state paper—some surprising types of rascality. There are described the proceedings of a personage named Manski, who arrived at Lyons in the dress of a frnnetireur, and who left it to go to Tours clothed with the rank and authority of a chef-rfe-l aiaillon, and provided with a"credit of 300,000 francs. He encamped at Tarare, where ho threatened annihilation to the Prussians, but decamped therefrom over the Swiss border with 45,000 francs in his military chest the moment that a body of the enemy’s ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
The Irish College at Rome. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

The Irish College at Rome. The British Foreign Office is at this moment 111 correspondence with the Government of Italy, with ji view to save from expropriation the Irish National College of St. Isidore, at liome. This eolle«-e stands in a different position towards the Italian State from that of any establishments which are purely Italian, it was founded try Irish money more than two centuries since; and very recently large sums subscribed by the Irish people, have been sent over lor its maintenance and establishment. It is not a mere monastic establishment, but a College for the education of Irish missionary priests in Theology and Arts. The name of its Superior, the Rev. Johu Pascal O’ilanlon, removes it at once from the category of really Italian institutions. It is said to have possessed the largest collection of Celtic MSS. in the world; the greater portion of which has been romoved to Dublin. The College is. especially dear to Irishmen by its long association with Irish affai...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Irish-American Societies. The Hibernian Benevolent Association of Plymouth, Luzerne County, Pa., and the St. Patrick’s Society of Chicago, ill., have applied for admittance to the I, C- B. U. The St. Aloysius Beneficial Society, of Pottstown, Pa., elected the following officers, Jan. 15: —President, Joseph It. Walsh; Vice President, Luke Higgins; Secretary, John A. Weber; Treasurer. .TtVmes G. Mylott; Messenger, Augustine Essik. The Adopted Citizens’ Repnplicnn Clulr of Lynn, Mass,, hold their lirst annual meeting in their hall on Market, street ami elected the following oflicers lor the ensuing year President, P. K. Curry; VieePresldents, Gerald Cotter, P. S. Skeney, T. C. Murphy; Treasurer, Allen G. Sheppard j Secret ary, F. I*. McHugh; Executive and Finance Committee, T. R. Daly, Daniel O’Donovan, Patrick Lvnalian, Chas. Burden, David Coggins. The ciub is now in a flourishing condition and numbers about 135 members. The annual election of oflicers of the Knights of St. Patrick, o...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

JOHN J. HORG-A MARBLE W 45 to 53 Main street' Cam And 3M I>orchestcr Aveu street Bridge. A large variel Tablets, Headstones, Figures, Curbings for Cemetery Lots ii etc., constantly on blind, ant lowest cnsh prices. Work like mated on, plans furnished, st Orders attended to by mall. FARMS FOR Western Sew OJVE FARM OF 80 5 mill s from Frankllnville Stall and Washington KR..aud 15 Valley Station on the Erie RR., by the Rochesu r and State Llm ing, about 85 miles from Rocli from Buffalo by rail. Said Fan winter and summer. Is well wat a tract of 400 acres of valuable 1 will probably be a el at lon on till; a wood slid water station. A Stablee, BArus, and small Chet premises, also Hchoo'bouse. 8: pleasant valley, six miles from I were la a Gatht lie < hurt li, ant and will be sold at the low price In consequence of the propriol Laud Ofiice and Land businesi litica, N. Y. Also, near tlie ab A FAR.FI OF 500 Including 200 acres of woodland 4 cows winter nDd summer. It ...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Temperance. A Duucque temperance orator illustrates the lolly of intemperance by pointing to ono thousand of his fcllow-townsmen. A temperance oral- - in a recent speech at Ottawa, said tint. Canada expended $13,000,000 a year for i un. and yet the Dominion is charged v, i. having no enterprise. The Excise DutiesV , Great Britain will this year yield .‘.oou. The increase within four years is o ver 20 per cent. This is owing chiefly to the great increase in the use of strong drink-u Drunkenness is becoming more prevalent than ever. The members oi St. Jerome’s temperance society at Holyyoke, Mass., have revived their dramatic company, and presented “The Drunkard, or the Fallen Saved,” about tlie 2.V.) of February, the proceeds to go for the benefit oi the “ institute” building, On the 17th of March the society will present the Irish drama of “ Robert Emmett,” the proceeds to go toward purchasing books for their library and furnishing a good reading room for their benefit. The dramatic...

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Napoleon III. Father Goddard's Funeral Oration. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Napoleon III. Father Goddard's Funeral Oration. Father Goddard, the spiritual adviser of the late Emperor Napoleon, preached the funeral sermon of the deceased, in the little Church of St. Mary's, at Chiselhurst, on : Sunday, Jan. 19. After the celebration of Mass and tho reading of the lessons and Gospel, Father Goddard entered the pulpit and gave out as the text of his address tho ! following words, forming a portion of the [ Gospel for the day:—‘ ‘ For there is no other name under heaven by which we may he j saved.” Father Goddard, throughout, i spoke evidently under the influence of ! deep emotion, and, at times, sobs choked 1 liis utterance. The opening portion of his ; remarks had reference to the comfort and ' consolation derived always, and more especially in periods 01, trouble, from reliance on the strength and sympathy of the ! Saviour. He concluded as follows: It is through Jesus that we hope to find our eternal rest. And so it is with the illustrious dead for whose loss...

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A Touching Incident. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

A Touching Incident. The following touching incident is related by M. Almy Aldrich in Ours Illustrated!— Some months ago a friend return ing from a Western journey related in our hearing a pathetic story, somewhat as follows; 'the travellers in a sleeping car, on a Western road, were much annoyed a few days ago by the constant wailing ol a little child, carried in her father’s arms. Sleepless and silent, save as he spoke soothing words to the crying babe, the father walked up and down, up and down, between the berths. As the night wore on the wailing of the child grew louder, till it seemed unbearable to the tired travellers, who were kept from sleeping by the noise. At length a man called out‘in an impatient, angry tone: “ Why don’t you take that child to its mother,’ or else stop its confounded screeching?” Doubtless the acquiescence of the other tourists to this demand was none the less genuine though unspoken But all hearts seemed to stand still for the. moment, as above the rat...

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How to Calculate Interest. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

How to Calculate Interest. The following rules are so simple and so true according to all business usages, that every banker, broker, merchant or clerk should post them up for reference. There being no such thing as a fraction in it, there is scarcely any liability to error or mistake. By no other arithmetical process can the desired information be obtained by so few figures:— Six Per Cent.— Multiply any given number of dollars by the number of days of interest desired, separate the right hand figure and divide bv six, the result is the true interest on such sum for such number of days at six per cent. Eight Per Cent. Multiply any given amount by the number of days upon which it is desired to ascertain the interest, and divide by lorty-five, and the result will be the interest of such for the time required at eight per cent. Ten Per Cent.— Multiply the same as above, and divide by thirty-.dx, and the result will show the rato of interest at ton per cent. What It Will Do.— lf a mecha...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Life Insurance is an assistance to every I man, because it provides an inheritance for I his family, or gives him a support in his i old age. ‘ The man who says that he is not 1 in want of such assistance because he has 1 got property, and is goiug to keep it. does | not realize his true condition. The tenure [ of property is as precarious as the tenure iof life. We are sure to lose one, are likely to lose both. Allthe depths throughwhich the experiences of men pass, are made ; from the fact that riches fly away! I -' n y great city shows evidences of this I truth in the names that appear and then ' disappear in its business streets, ev ry ' year. Men are trying to hold on to the I money they have accumulated. But a j thousand invisible hands are upon the cord, pulling it gradually and steadily; it slips a little aud a little in their hold; they are more on the alert than ever, when', suddenly, it is—gone! | Then goes support and comfort for wife i *tnd childre...

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Catholic Intelligence. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Catholic Intelligence. Condensed for The Idiot. A Catholic Protectorate for Children in Philadelphia is contemplated. Anew church is contemplated in New Albany, AS'ashaw Cos., Minn. A Circle of the Catholic Union has been j started at Hudson, N. J. ! St. Joseph’s Convent and Orphanage, Sacramento, Cul., is now ready for occu;pancy. j Fr. Gariga, San Francisco, has received $11,308 thus far towards liia new church, for which he has selected the site in that : city. The pastoral residence of Rev. William A. Gregg, St. Hose’s Church, Lima, N. Y., i was burned Eeb. 7. Fr. Belanger has opened an institute to | teach the deaf and dumb in Montreal, Canada. I The tenth anniversary of the Catholic Library Association of St. Joseph, Missouri, | was appropriately observed Feb. 3. i The Catholics of Athens, Green Cos., N. i Y., are not fifty in number, yet they have built a irnme church worth $2450. The Sisters of Charity, who have charge of the orphans in San Francisco, acknowledge the receipt...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

ELEGANT PAR] PRAYER B( The Most Superb ( America Mu. Dokajiok desires to li tliat his stock of fine bound Pra destroyed by the great fl re . q fine Velvet, Ivory, and Tortois* just arrived from Prance. Tt were 6ent to our Agent in summer, and have been bound, personal supervision, In the m possible. Eaoh hoc* contair colored steel engravings, all splei For variety of style and excellc assortment cannot be surpassed Our 6tock of American Flue very complete, and contains a v choice styles. The following comprise our Ings:— St. Joseph’s Ms Plain and Colored En French Hindi Velvet clasp and corners “ rims and clasp “ and medal “ full mountings “ “ “ and medal Also an assortment in Velvet Ornaments, Ivory, Tortoise Mache, etc., at prices ranginj American Bine Turkey, super extra “ “ and clasp. pure flexible bevelled antique _ “ ‘ k and cl ~ _ London antique Fall English calf, red or gilt ed; “ ribbon Turkey, antique octagon rims.. Lamp of the i Plain Engraviu, French Bintll Velvet clasp ...

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THE TWO VILLAGES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE TWO VILLAGES. BY ROSE TERRY. Over tbe rtver, on the hill, Uetb a village white and still, All around It the forest trees ■Whisper and shiver in tbe breeze; Over It sailing shadows go Of soaring hawk and screaming crow; And mountain grasses, low and sweet, Grow in the middle ol every street. Over the river, under the hill, Another village Ueth still; There I see In the e'oudy night Twinkling stars of household light. Fires that gleam from the smithy a uoor. Mists that curl on the river shore; And in the roads no grasses go. For the wheels that hasten to and tro. In that village on the hill Never is sound of smithy or mill, , . , The houses are thatched with grass and flowers, Never a clock to tell the hours; The marble doors are always shut. You cannot enter in hall or hut, All the villagers lie asleep, Never again to sow or reap, Never In dreams to moan or sigh Silent, and idle, and low they lie. In that village und r the hill, WTien the night is starry and still, Many a weary h...

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THE GATHERER. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE GATHERER. X Bnappor-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” A water pitcher—A tiro engine. Wisdom rides upon the ruins of folly. TIiGH living that does not produce tho gout— Living in a garret. Zeal without knowledge is lire without light. Let us always teach more by our works Main by our words. Uiuaii Heap is a humble postmaster in Dry Hun, Ky. p The mining toast in Yorkshire is—May all our labors be in vein. SLANDER is the revenge of a coward, and dissimulation his defence. To sutler well is as acceptable as to do Well. —Nehemiah Adams. A Chicago poet began an apostropko to the ocean with ‘ • Prodigious dampness.” • ‘ Money is very tight,” said a thief who "Was trying to break open a bank vault. The best cough mixture —Thick boots, "With plenty of air and exercise. Gold is tho fool’s curtain, which hides his defects from the world. Ought you to reckon a dog’s worth by ■what he will fotch, or by what he will bring? A GOOD man shall hnvo what be needs, not always what ho thinks ho needs.— ...

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THE PILOT FOR 1873. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE PILOT FOR 1873. Before the great fire, we had completed arrangement* to make Tiie Pilot for the beet weekly newspaper in America. | Thoso arrangements still hold good. We have asked our old friends and our new i friends to send us each the namo of anew subscriber to enable us to carry out the do- j sign 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. An oil Chromo of the great Dominican, Father Burke, was ordered to bo printed by the newest process in seven colors, 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 tho grout lire; but they had, on* the day previous, sent The Pilot Chromo to tho residenc...

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

GDR TERMS--GABH Delivered by Carrier ovorywhc “ '• “ Six Mont' “ “ “ Four Mo: Single Subscribers by Mail, Oi * k ,k “ Six “ “ “ Tin Clubs oi Three or More by Ma: To Ireland (U. fi.postage pai t PORTRAIT OF FATE A life-size Chromo-Portrait mlnican (valued at 52 50) will subscriber who pays 20 cents 1 trait. CLUBS paying 20 cents postage to the p the Club, will get the Cliromo h Any person sending us a Club and ton dollars, shall receive a free). Any person sending us ten sub ty dollars, shall receive two free) and so on, to any number No Portrait sent until the moi IYSTRUCTIOIVS TO C A Take a copy of Tiie Pilot; and neighbors; point out its i gather the names and subscri them on. There are persons ei of the 30,000 post-offices in this c be greatly 1 pleased and bcneUti paper, and help to circulate It. If canvassers prefer pay, 10 p lowed on all monies sent "for Cl lent In value of any of the book Douahoe they may choose to or CITIES A\D TC Arrangements can be made throughout the coun...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

A.CADEMI ST. PATRICKS YOU ACADEMY, CONDUCTED BY SCEURS DE NOTE Lowell, 31a TERMS ¥or Board and Tuition, per 8e weeks, one Quarter payable: Washing Hall Boarders, who dine at th< per Session, as above Piano and Vocal Music, per Qua : Guitar, per Quarter Painting and Drawing, per Quai Bidding, per Session No deduction will be made lor ; a pupil before the expiration ol , in case ol sickness. Particular attention will be p I olt N’A MENTAL NEEDLEWORK.. OBSKRYATI The course ol education embi : and ornamental branch suitable | Difference ol religion is no obs j provided the pupils conform to t tious ol the house, i All letters sent or received t inspection ol the Principal. The unilorm to be worn on S ! will consist ol a Black Afoaca D j Hat, Black Silk Apron. In Sunn | Suit and White Pique Suit, 1 I Hat to be obtained at the Acadet , N.B.—The Summer uniform Academy to be worn od the las the Winter last Sunday In Octol The young ladles should be pr moral skirt lor Winter, and ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

AHOIIITJEC P. W. FORD, Ar Plans and specifications prep; of buildings, and special attentlo work. references: Right Rev. P. T. O’Reilly, 8; ltev. J. J. Power, Worcester Rev. Thomas Griffin, Wore K. Botden & Son, Worcester Office—with SULLIVAN & Mi 3 School street,Boston. Mass. . 31. W. FITZSOI ARCHITECT 49 Temple Place, Bo References: Snell & Gregors hoe, John 0. Crowley, Charles I Gargau, John W. McDonald SIIITAPIIS REDUCTION IN G UIOX L BETWEEN New York, Queenstown carkvikg tig; r. IDAHO, MINNESOTA, MANHATTAN, \&'YZ WISCONSIN, (Sailing from Dftw York nesday. Cabin Passage from New Yor In gold. State rooms on the sam Steerage, SdO from New 1 Liverpool, or Queenstown, paya Passage from or to Germany, Sweden, etc., at lowest rates. Remittances to Great Britain, Continent. Apply to WILLI A New York: or to t . 1.. ISAKTXETT &. C No, 16 Broad sti JEREMIAH KELLY. 80 Pies River, and S. S. COLLINS, J street. Providence, R. I. MONT...

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