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

COUNSEL!. PATRICK J. FLA ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL 3 Court squa Boston. J. E. FITZGEIt COUNSELLOR-A JVo. 47 Court st. (i jan2:tf Boston. P. A. COLH3 ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL 46 Waslilngton street (Roon (Five doors north of Sta JOSEPH D. FAI ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL jan2:tf 47 Court street, B JOHN c. crow; ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL Office Ao. 3 Niles ] Court Square and School sti }an2:tf CHAN. F. DOA.YJ ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL Jau2:tf Boston. TIIOMAS F. MAC ATTORNEY AND COUNSEL jXo. 13 Court Si|lnn2:tf Boston. E. il. O'COAS ATTORNEY AND COUNSEI 33 Scliool street (Niles B THOMAS KIL ATTORNEY-AT--13 Court square, Bosl JelB:tf IRISH AND AMERICAN I WILLIAM B. WEST, for ms States Consul at Dublin, contlnut Business through the mostemine chief cities and towns of Europe, of property in Great Britain' t the heirs and next of kin in AMEIt da; also the collection of debts service of Law Notices, procure by commission aud otherwise, i and the execution of Deeds.*tc. for searching for Wills and Deed legacies, and i...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

DECORAT( FLAGS MB B. IX SILK, BUNTING, AN Send for prices BUNTING, IS inches ■wide, or yard. MILITARY AYD REGAI GOLD AND SILVER LACES, FRINGES com BI SHAJ CROSS] EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, Please mention tills paper, anc wanted, when you write for pric SOCIETY REG Badges, Banners, Bo MADE TO ORDER on the most and at shortest notice. . Orders soli ly attended to, and patterns sent dress Adam Ai feblT:ly :7p ILG Market i BARGES AND I ITor Sooieti Made to order at short notice : reasonable terms. Address Mi Lee street, Lowell, Mass. Commuicatlons by mail proi and samples sent if desired. Also Banners and Flags made ranted to give perfect satlsfactic BANNERS AND DE Mr.. C. W. EOETH, artist. Si ton, will promptly execute all o and Decorations in the most art! Banners for Churches, Sura perance Societies, Military Coi Organizations, will be finished if the Societies will send to Mr. Ii of the designs or mottoes requin All kinds of Ecclesiastical I falques, Repositories, e...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

medicin: Cyano-Pancr< A Sure Cure for Byspep ease of the Ch Tills Medicament, componncle “ Pharmaciennes of the Goner; Nunnery) .contains no ingredient way harm the system. The following certificate is fro of Montreal, which is subscribed eminent physicians:— * k Asa compound, it is entitled the mos‘ beneficial of ail special pally in the following caseslst. raugement of the digestive facult Uucea astonishing effects throng the disease, provided there be no which case the Medicament can oi porarv relief. Its curative prope already tested in a great numtx mentioned cases, leaves not the its efficacy. ‘id. In Bronchitis c tarrli, it acts as a calming remed pectoration, relieves the cougii malady to a prompt solution. 3c ing to Consumption, it causes a ’ the better, renders expector; streughtens the stomach, cnabli use Cod Liver Oil, thus tending 1 ate suffering, but also to prolong We copy tlie following from tin a monthly journal of medical and “ We beg leave to call the a...

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LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. IRELAND. Trial of the Prieste. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. IRELAND. Trial of the Prieste. SECOND EDITION. Dublin, Feb. 19. —Bishop Duggan, of Clonfert, and Rev. Mr. Quinn, have been acquitted of the charge of using spiritual influence to intimidato voters in tlio Galway Parliamentary election. Up to the present time the Government lias failed to convict any. of the priests, though tho cases thought to bo tho surest of conviction were placed first on the list. Tho aoquittnl of tho Bishop renders a like result for the remaining trials almost certain.

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Appointment of Bishops. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Appointment of Bishops. The London Tablet, of February 8. says:— " We have received tho telegraphic intelligence of tho definitive appointment to the Coadjutorship of the Metropolitan See of Sydney, Australia, cum jure succession^ , of the Von- Rev. Rodger Bede Vaughan, O. S. 8., Cathedral Prior of S. Michael’s, in the diocese of Newport and Menevia; and also of the Very Kev. Bernard O’Reilly. Canon of Liverpool, and priest of 8. Vincent do Paul’s, in that city, to tho vacant See of Liverpool. Prior Vaughan is second son of Colonel Vaughan, ol Courtllcld; and was born at Courtfleld, Jan, 9,1834; educated at Downside and Rome; became a monk of tho English Congregation of S. Benedict, at 8. Gregory’s Priory, near Bath, in 1853; was ordained priest, by Cardinal Patrizi, in 8. John Laieran’s, Rome, April 9,1859; was chosen proiessor of mental philosophy, atS. Michael’s—tho centre-house ol studies oi the Beuedietine Order in England—in 1881; was elected Cathedral Prior, by the Chapter of...

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Boston Catholic Choral Union. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Boston Catholic Choral Union. The Catholic Choral Union of Boston gave a Sacred Concert in the Music Hall, on Sunday evening, Feb. 18. Owing to the inclemency ol'the weather, the attendance was considerably interfered with. Tho concei’t was n most enjoyable and excellent one. and tho Choral Union gave good proofs of its steady efficiency under the direction of Mr. Whiting. Somo ontsldo attractions wore added; and we were glad that the servloes of Mrs. Smith wore secured. She was in her best voice, and was hoarily encored. W'o do not wish to bo hypercritical; but wo must say that wo think some fault might bo found with oertnin selections for tho concert. We do not think that polkas should bo played or lovo ditties sung; a Sacred Concert should boa Sacred Concert ami no more. Wo hope tho Choral Union will soon give another concert, which we aresuro will be largely patronized by the lovers of good music.

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Cuuoii Wludcycr, Torquay, England, The Very Kev. Edward Windeyer, Canon of Plymouth and Missionary Rector of Torquay, died on Wednesday, January Kev.J.F.3fcGci'ry,€apeGirardeau, Mo. Pied, January 25, 1873, at St. Vincent’s College, Capo Girardeau, Mo., Rev. John Francis MoGerry, C. M., in the 77th year ol his ago. Father McGerry was bom in Frederic county Maryland, Nov. 17,1796. At an early ago lie entered Mt. St. Mary’s ■College, then under the Presidency of Rev. John Dubois, and he subsequently joinod the Order of Loz arista. Archdeacon Tierney, Drogheda, Ireland. The Dublin Freeman of Jan. 31, says : —‘‘ It is with feelings of deep regret we have to announce that tho good and holy priest, the Venerable Arclideaeon Tierney, VicarGoneral of tho archdiocese of Armagh, died, Jan. 30, at his residence, Drogheda. He was one of tho many priests of Ireland of whom the national and ancient Church has good reason to be proud, and one whom she could badly spare now, whe...

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

Resolutions of Condolence. Notices like the following are Inserted for £3. MASSACHUSETTS. At a regular meeting of the Father Mathew Temperance Society of Lowell, Mass.,held in their hall Feb. 10,187a, the following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: — Whereas, God, iu Ilia infinite mercy, Isas seen 111 to remove from our midst, by death, our highly esteemed friend aud fellow member, Edward Mullen; belt, therefore, Resolved, That we tender cur sincere sympathies to his parents, who, by death. have- lost a kind aud loving son, and our Society one of Its most faithful and efficieut member. Resolved, That while we bow with humble submission to the holy will of God. who has thought proper to deprive us of his society, we will ever cherish his memory, and humbly pray God to give rest to his soul. Resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be presi-uted to the parents of our late and lamented brother member, aud also printed in The (Boston) PILOT, Lotcell Daily T.mcs, aud L...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

Business Record. Ip you consult our leading medical men, thev will tell you that for thecure of Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Acidity of the Stomach,Costlvenese, Headache, Depression of Spirits,Flatulency, Languor, Vertigo, and Enervated Digesiive Organs, there is no remedy that can compete with Atwood's Qcinnine Toxic Bitters. White’s Specialty for Dyspepsia is the only prompt , efficient , and safe master of sueli symptoms as loss of appetite, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, dizziness, sleeplessness, melaueholv, constipation, wind, mental and physical debility, as well as many others which, if neglected, will soon place “ the house we live in ” bevond the reach of any remedy. H. G. White, proprietor, 107 \\ ashingtou street,Boston. $1 per bottle, fehlOim MISSING FRIENDS. See Third page. Information Wanted Or James Moichan.. Ills sisters are anxious to hear from him. Address Maggie Moieban. Box 233, Lewlstown, Pa. mhl Of Frank Quinn, aped 14 years, wlio left his home In Worcester, Jan...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

THE GRAND FAIR In aid of the St. James’Church, is now open for three weeks. at the St. James Theatre. Open from 4, p. m., till 10, p. m., daily. Admission. 25 cents. Season tickets, $l.OO. febB:4t.B PER STEAMER MALTA! JORDAN. MARSH & 00. HAVE JUST RECEIVED A CHOICE LINE —of— BLACK, COLORED, —AND— TfW "Which they will Sell at POPULAR PRICES. JORDAN, MARSH & CO., WASHIIVGTOIV & AVON STREETS. mhl:lt Important to Buyers —OF—PASSAGE TICKETS. After this date, all persons buying Passage Tickets from S. S. COLLINS will have their friends met at the Boat or Train, and conveyed, with their baggage, free of charge, to any part of the city or surroundings. Drafts at lowest rates. N. S. COLLINS, iVos.s & 7 Vlntliewson atreet, opposite Grace Church, Providence, K. I. N.B.—Ten thousand dollars worth of Books to be sold, at a discount of from 20 to 50 cents on the dollar, at the above address. mhl:ly 1000 DOZERS Real Paris KID GLOVES, Reduced to $l.OO...

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

BOOKS FOR LENT. LKVTKX MONITOR ; or. Moral Rellections and Devout Aspirations cn the Gospel for each day, from Ash Wednesday till Easter Sunday. By Rev. P. Baker, j 0.8.F. 24m0., cloth, new edition $0 CO SHORT TREATISE ON PRAYER, Adapted to all Classes of Christians. By | St. Alphonsus Liguori. New edition,24mo., | cloth 40 i SPIRITUAL DIRECTOR OF DEVOUT AND RELIGIOUS SOULS. : By St. Francis do Sales 50 1 SPIRIT OF ST. ALPHONSUS LII GFOltl. A Selection from his Shorter i Spiritual Treatises. Translated from the i Italian by the Rev. J. Jones. With a j Memoir of the author. 24m0., cloth £0 I WAY OF SALVATION, in Meditations j for Every Day in the Year. Translated | from the Italian of St. Alphousus Liguori. ! 24m0., cloth 75 (HOURS OF THE PASSION; or, Pa- | tlietic Reflections on the Sufferings and i Death of our Blessed Redeemer. By St. j Liguori. New edition. Translated by Right I Rev. W. Walsh,Bishop of Halifax. With asketch of the Lifeof St. Alphonsus Liguori. 18mo., cloth 60 : A...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

TO <fo FR OM EUROPE. NATIONAL STEAMSHIP CO. New York to Liverpool Every YVednesHay. Calling at Queenstown to land Passengers. To London Every Alternate Saturday. KATES REDUCED. Cabin Passage, $65 and $75. Cabin Passage Out and Return, $l3O, Currency. Steerage Passage from London , Liverpool, Queenstown, Glasgow, Derry, etc., To Iloston, $3O. Prom lioston, $29. Through passage to Paris, Antwerp, Hamburg, ’ e „ tc > at , corresponding rates. Apply at i?« of the Company, No. 69 Broadway, New *• W. J. 13URST, Manager. And for cabin, steerage, prepaid, and outward tickets to Agents for New England. NATIONAL LINE. The Cheapest and Most Comfortable In the Passenger Uusiness I galling from Liverpool every Wednesday. Queenstown every Thursday. New York every Saturday. spatn, Egypt, Italy HOLLAND, FRANCE, DENMARK ENGLAND, THE QUEEN,HELVETIA’ ERIN, VIRGINIA, PENNSYLVANIA RATES OF PASSAGE, Etc. To or From Queenstown, Liverpool, Glasgow,Londonderry,London, Cardiff or Bristo...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 1 March 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. INMAN LINE MAIL STEAMSHIPS. TO AND FROM LIVEUPOOL. CAXJ> ING AT UI!EE.\STOIVIf. CITY OF PARIS Saturday, Feb. 22 CITY OF MONTREAL Saturday, March I CITY OF WASHINGTON ....Thursday, March 0 RATES OF PASSAGE FROM BOSTON. CABIN— STS and s©o Gold, according t* accommodation. Excursion Tickets (good for 12 months.) To Liverpool or Queenstown $135 gold. To Paris 105 •* OUTWABD STEERAGE PASSAGE—To London. Liverpool. Bristol, Queenstown, Glasgow, Cardiff, or Londonderry—s3o CURRENCY. Children under 12 years— Half Fare, >• •• 12 months—Free. PREPAID STEERAGE PASSAGE from any of the above points to Bostou or Now York—s 33 currency. Children unde 12 years—Half Fare. ** •' 12 months—s3. The plan of construction adopted on tho steamers of the INMAN LINE, together with the arrangements for securing the comforts of steerage, passengers, are acknowledged to he superior to any other. Cabin Passengers will have nothing to provide for the voyage; Stee...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

The Pilot Be 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 8, 1873. No. 10.

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Passing Under the Red. "Whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Passing Under the Red. "Whom the Lord loveth he chasteneth.” BY MRS. S. B. DANA. THE PILOT. Boston, March 8, 1873. 1 saw the. .‘s'.’ung bride, in tier beauty anil pride, ftededk’il in her snowy array; And the iXa.gUt flush of joy mantled high on her cheek, AndC he future looked blooming and gay; And with woman’s devotion, she laid her iond lios.Tt At-flhe shrine of idolatrous love, A»1 Hlurancliored her hopes to this perishing caith, Uy the chain which her tenderness wove. Bat, 1 sir a* when those heart-strings were bleeding and torn, Aral the chain liad been sever’d in two, S/he had changed her xvliite robes for the sables of grief, A nd her bloom for the paleness of woe! ■buttle Healer was there, pouring balm on her heart, And wiping the tears from her eyes, AntTiio strengthen’d the chain he had broken in twain, And he fastened it Arm to the skies! There had whisper’d a voice—’twas the voice of her God, “ I love thee—l love thee—pass under the rod 1-Stiw the young mother in tender...

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Wholesale Expropriation of Convents. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Wholesale Expropriation of Convents. The slow' process of seizing convents is not that by which the Italian Government works. It has never been remarkable for tardiness in robbery. Conscience is silenced, and the King signs a decree for expropriation with the same readiness and facility as he would subscribe a billet-doux. •* There is a great luck of Christian chivalry in the world now-a-days,” said a Franciscan Friar to me yesterday. It is unfortunately too true. People do not seem to have the clear sense of distinguishing between right and wrong. Selfishness has so seized hold of them that so long as they themselves are left undisturbed, it matters little what happens their neighbors.. You see it is only Friars who have forsaken their names, and Nuns whom the world knows not, that are the sufferers. Modern law sets them beyond the pale of civilization. They have no rights and no claim to consideration . When Pope Pius IX. was falsely accused of tyranny over his people of Rome, the...

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Discovery of Antiquities [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Discovery of Antiquities In the upturning of the soil of Rome, made by flu* new comers for building purposes, some strange remnants of the olden Roman life are brought forth. The great cause of astonishment is the depth under the surface where Roman remains are found. In some places the soil of old Ilome lies 40 feet under the present level of the city, and it may he said that nowhere is the old level less than'’l‘JPW present. Reyond the Porta San Sebastiano, and to .... ...e Apptan Way, an ancient sepulchre of very beautiful architecture has been found in the Villa Casali. The disinterment brought, to light three sepulchral chambers, which inclose four sarcophagi or stone coffins, of white marble, on the side« of w hich has-reliefs were carved in a very high dc- greeofart. These bas-reliefs represent the nine Muses, the story of Bacchus and Ariadne, a chase in a wood, and the door of a tomb. The opinion of archteologists is, that one of the Muses, which bears a coronet of flowers, ...

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A Protestant Clergyman on Ireland. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

A Protestant Clergyman on Ireland. Ilia late copy of tlie Memphis Avalanche (Tenn.)we read an Interesting lecture delivered by the Rev. David AValli, to the Congregation of the Linden street Christian Church in that city. The lecture was the result of a tour through Europe, and the Rev. gentleman thus speaks of his feelings when he first beheld the coast of Ireland The coast of Ireland! How the words thrilled me. Ino longer heard the angry rush of the waters; I no longer noted the rolliug and tossing of the ship; I ceased to think of the laboring, groaning engines. I thought only of the blessed, solid earth on which my eyes were feasting. Yes, there could be no mistake; those are the towering hills of Ireland. There she stands like a dear mother, stretching forth her arms over the stormy deep, inviting her children to her breast; rising up from the ocean like a beautiful goddess, she is the first to offer rest to the weather-beaten mariner, and to give the traveller from the new wor...

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“Civilized Irishmen." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

“Civilized Irishmen." We give below n large extract from a remarkable letter to j the N. Y. Herald by Hon. W. E. Robinson, of Brooklyn, J 7 m 7 N. Y., which will handsomely repay a careful reading. It is addressed to Professor John W. Draper : Dkar Sir—ln your speech at the dinner given to Professor John Tyndall, on Tuesday evening, you are reported to have said: — Another friend of mine, Mr. Fronde, lias set us all talking about Ireland. We can show Dr. Tyndall how to take the Irish emigrant, in his corduroy knee-breeches, and smasheddown hat, and his sliillelah in' his fist, and, in a generation or so, turn him into an ornament of professional life, make him a successful merchant, or familiarize him with all the amenities of civilized society. Who are the ‘ * us ” and ‘ ‘ wc” you mention? 1 presume you refer to the American people: and, as you can’t mean the Indians, you must refer to the descendants of immigrants, for tlie entire people of the United States, except the Indians, a...

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