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Communications Received. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Communications Received. We have received a great many poetical contributions on * ‘ The Defeat of Froude,” which wo cannot publish. “J. Kdixestox,” Lansingburgli , W. }'., sends us a very long letter, explaining that “the Lord has shown him by a vision” certain things appertaining to Freemasonry. We must hold them over. “ W. J. G.iVeio Orleans.—S ot up to our standard. “ J. R. B. lndianapolis. Mr. Russell, of the London Times, did report O’Connell many times in Ireland. We cannot say that he actually reported him in Kerry. Read Wendell Phillip’s lecture on “O’Connell ” in last Pilot. “J. M.,” Winsted. We cannot publish these little disputes in The Pilot. It is a foolish thing to send every local disagreement to a newspaper with hundreds of thousands of readers. ‘ ‘ Observer.”—You mistake the meaning of Mr. Mowatt, who certainly is doing his best, and doing it very ably, to raise the character of his countrymen in the eyes of the people of this country. There is something vague in t...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Boston and Vicinity. Montgomery Guard's: Bald. -The .Montgomery Guard, Cos. I. Ninth M. V. M., held their annual ball, on Feb. 28. In Boylston Hall. About two hundred couples were present, and passed a very enjoyable evening. Previous to supper call. Captain G. Mullins was called forward and presented with an elegant complete uniform. Captain Mullins had the misfortune to lose his uniform during the great fire. Close of St. James’ Fair.—The Fair held in St. James Theatre, in aid of St. James’ Church fund, closed on Shrove Tuesday, and was a complete success. The receipts will net a handsome sum. The drawing for the various articles caused considerable amusement as the names of the fortunate ones were declared. The articles were numerous, and well worth the venture of the small sum asked for a siiare in the lotteries. The voting for the patrolman’s revolver was rather exciting towards tin! close of the polls. The candidates were patrolmen Eugene McCarthy and Timothy J. O'Neil, both o...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Disasters by Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Disasters by Land. English Mink Horror.—An explosion occurred on Eel). 14, in a coal mine in Staffordshire while the men were at work. Between thirty and forty miners are reported killed. Railroad Massacre.—On the Little Rock and Fort Smith road, on Feb. 19, at half-past live o'clock, a terrible accident occurred, mortally wounding one person, ahd more or less seriously about twenty others. Conflagration.—On Feb. 11 ,|a fire broke out from a defective flue in the top floor of the residence of Kcv. N. L. Briggs, in Courtland block. In Bridgeport , Conn., which destroyed the whole block. '1 ids block was one of the finest in the city, and was filled with the most eostly furniture. The losses cannot yet lie ascertained, hut the total amount cannot he less than $300,000. IMot in Queiiec,— The nomination of the candidates for the Quebec division, In the Provluclal House Assembly, took place at noon, on Feb. 2i. About 11 o'clock, a furious riot began between the conservatives and adherent...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Very Rev. F. Bnrlauclo, Einmittstoxirg, 51 (I. Tlio Very Rev. Francis Burlundo, C. M., died in Emmittsburg, Maryland, Feb. 18, in tlio 59th year of bis age, and tlie Sotli of his priesthood. He was born in Genoa, Italy, in 1814, and joined the Lazarist Congregation in 1827. For the last 20 years he was ecclesiastical superior of the Sisters of Charity in the United States. Rev. James Fox, St. Louis, 310. The city of St. Louis. Mo., has lost a very worthy clergyman by the death of the Rev. James Fox, pastor of St. Patrick’s Church. Nearly a quarter of a century ago he undertook his missionary duties in what was then a wild and desolate diocese, since which time his zeal has been increasing. His death took place Fob. If, 1873, at tlie age of 53 years. Bishop Ryan pronounced the funeral oration. Rev. Edmund O’Connor, Waukesha, Wis. Rev. Edmund O’Connor, of Wankesha, in the Diocese of Milwaukee, Wis., died on the 29tli of January, after receiving the last sacraments...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Irish-American Societies. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Irish-American Societies. The following officers were elected’ for the ensuing year by the Emmet Guards, Feb. 19: President, Patrick Kelly; VicePresident, P. O’Connors; Secretary, I’. 11. Holley; Financial Secretary, John Bowland; Treasurer, Hugh Tunny. St. Patrick's Day will be observed in New Bedford, Mass., by a banquet at City Hall, under the auspices of St. Patrick’s Literary Society. The Celtic Literary and Benevolent Society of Auburn, JLI'., held their annual Installation and Soiree on Feb. 10. The following gentlemen are the officers for the ensuing year: President , Patrick Hickey; Vice President, Donnie Carey; Treasurer, Michael 11. Hogan; Librarian, Patrick Judge; Secretary, Cha.s. Murgison; Financial Secretary, John Fay; Corresponding Secretary, Patrick O’Connor. The President of the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union, Martin I. J. Griffin, has issued an address on behalf of that organization to the Catholic societies throughout the country not invited in it. It was founde...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873
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Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

JOHN J. HQRGAN & BRO., MARBLE WORKS, 15 to 53 .tinhi street, Caiubridgeport Bridge, and 38 Dorchester Avenue, near Federal street Bridge. A large variety of Monuments, Tablets, Headstones, Figures, Mantles, Shelves, Curbings for Cemetery Lots in Granite. Fences, etc., constantly on hand, and will be sold for lowest cash prices. Work like other stones estimated on, plans furnished, stones lettered, etc. Ordi rs attended to by mail. mhl:ly:s FARMS FOE SALE! Western Sew Fork. ONE FARM OF 800 ACRES, 5 miles from Franklinvlllc Station. on the Buffalo and Washington RR.. and 15 miles from Great Valley Station on the Erie RK., and Is intersected by the Rochester and State Line Road now building, about 85 miles from Rochester and 55 miles from Buffalo by rail. Said Farm will keep GO cows winter and summer, Is well watered, and includes a tract of 400 acres of valuable hard-wood. There will probably be a station ou this Farm, or at least a wood and water station. A good Dwelling,...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

ABSTRACT —OF THE—28th Animal Report —OF THE— N. Y. LIFE INS. CO. Compared with the 27th Annual Report. KItAXCII OFFICE, 13 Merchants’ Exchange, Boston. STOCKING & AUSTIN, MANAGERS. BUSINESS, as reported to tlie Insurance Commissioner of Massachusetts, October 31, 1872: Whole Amount insured - - - - $11,865,850 00 Annual Premiums on same 656,730 17 Entire Amount of Losses by Death paid since November, 1863 - - 612,500 00 The Report In detail may be had on application at the Boston office. Special References. MEMBERS OF THE COMPANY. Hon. Julius L. Clark, Insurance Commissioner for Massachusetts. Hon. lacob 11. Loud, ex-Treasurer of Massachusetts. lion. Oliver Warner, Secretary of State. lion. S. N. Gifford, Clerk of the Senate, State House. 1). 11. Rogers, Chief Clerk Treasury Department, State House. Hon. Samuel Talbot, jr., corner Cambridge and Bowdoiu street, Boston. Rev. E. E. Hale, Boston. lion. George W. Warren, Banker, 60 Stale, street. Nehemiah Gibson, President of ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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BRILLIANT LECTURE ON “ The Catholic Church, Hie Patroness of Science and True Progress.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

BRILLIANT LECTURE ON “ The Catholic Church, Hie Patroness of Science and True Progress.” By His Grace the Archbishop of Toronto. Wo havo very great pleasure in laying hefore our readers, in this week’s issue, n full and accurate report of tlio learned and eloquent discourse recently delivered in St. Michael’s Cathedral, Toronto, by Archbishop Lynch, in reply to certain calumnies recently uttered by Professor Goldwin Smith against the Catholic Church. The spacious edifleo was crowded to its utmost capacity, the pews being all tilled, and tlio different aisles even taxed for standing room. As was to bo expected, a largo proportion of the immense audience was composed of our “ separated brethren,” who eame to hear what the distinguished prolate about to lecture had to say in defence of the Old Faith; and they, as well as the Catholic portion, must have been gratified, instructed and edified by tho calm, dispassionate, yet fervid and dignified oration of the Archbishop. His Grace ascend...

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Temperance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Temperance. The Father Mathew Total Abstinence Union of Minnesota was convened on the 20th of February, at Minneapolis, Minn. Kelly & Piet, of Baltimore, have published in a pamphlet the proceedings of the Second General Convention, the Catholic Temperance Union of America, continuing also their Constitution and By- ! Laws. The St. Joseph’s Catholic Temperance Society, of Lyons, lowa, will celebrate St. Patrick’s Day in good style, in conjunction ! with the neighboring societies, and will j give a ball in the evening. The Father Mathew Temperance Society of Lowell, Mass., was organized two years ago by Mr. Patrick J. Moran, Superintendent of the St. Patrick's Sunday-school. It has now about 1(10 members, and is in a flourishing condition. They have received j an invitation to parade S.Patrick’s Day .and j have electeil Mr. Moran as Marshal, and j Frank T. Gaffney Assistant. William Coveney, President of the Mass., C. T. A. Union, delivered a lecture on the subject of Tot...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873
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Source: Boston College
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

lIIRTEENTD ANNUAL STATEMENT —OK THE—EQUITABLE Life Assurance Society. 1, 1873. Net Cash Assets, January 1,1872....515,017,715 63 RECEIPTS. Fremlums $7,426,861 70 Interest and Rents 993,183 16—8,420,044 86 $23,437,760 49 DISBURSEMENTS. Claims by death and additions thereto (1,603,988 47 Matured Endowments & additions thereto 24,682 90 Cash Dividends and Surrender Values 1,963,608 10 Annuities Paid 4,010 41 Total paid to PolicyHolders $3,646,289 96 Dividend on Capital 7,852 00 Reinsurance....' 8,900 43 Commuted Commissions. 66,908 13 Commissions 544,766 81 EXPENSES. Printing, Stationery, and Agency Expenses 139,127 65 Advertising, Salaries,and Office Expenses 385,803 33 Taxes and Legal Charges. 93,864 57 Medical Examiners’Fees. 67,388 43 Sundry Expenses (Exchange, Postage, Expressage, etc,) 65,‘229 34 Profit and Loss 5,676 74—5,031,807 32 Net Assets (exclusive ol Future Premiums). $18,405,953 16 INVESTED AS FOLLOWS: Bonds and M0rtgage5...512,226,572 50 Real Estate unencumb...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 6 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

IMPORTANT WORKS. “Catholic choice in the present day lies not between education and Its negative, not between muling and no reading, but between Christian and im-< hrtetlan education, between reading of un Injurious aud reading of a beneficial, or at least of an Innocuous, tendency. For good or for evil. Catholics, as well as others, will read. The power to read Is conferred In our schools as rapidly as in anv others; and the proportion of readers amongst us has Increased, Is increasing, and cannot be diminished."—Caudinal Wisem an . GKOLOtIViMI) ItKVKT.ATION; or. The Ancient History of the Earth Cousiddred In the I.lght of Geological Facta and Revealed Jtcllglou. With Illustrations, By the Itev. Gerald Molloy, D.D.. Professor of Theology In the Royal College ol Ht. Patrick, Maynooth. Anew edition. Revised and enlarged by the author. 12mo. Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. Price *2 50 nALF ITOITRH WITH HUSH AUTHORS. Selections from Grlilin, Lever. Carleton,and Lever. 12mo. Cloth...

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THE CHRISTIAN PAUPER’S DEATHBED. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

THE CHRISTIAN PAUPER’S DEATHBED. BY CAROLINE SOUTHEY. Tread softly—how the head. In rev’rent silence how— No passing bell doth 1011, Yet an immortal soul Is passing now. Stranger 1 however great. With lowly rev’rence bow; There's one in that poor shed— One by thut paltry bed— Greater than thou. Beneath that beggar’s roof, 1.0 1 Death doth keep his state. Kilter —no crowds attend— Enter —no guards defend This pglace gate. That pavement damp and cold, No smiling courtiers tread; One silent woman stands, Lifting with meagre hands A dying head. No mingling voices sound— An infant wall alone; A sob suppressed—again That short deep gasp, and then— The parting groan. Ohl change—oh wondrous changs! Burst are the prison bars— This moment there , so low, So agonized—aud now Beyond the stars. Ohl change—stupendous change 1 There lies the soulless clod — The son eternal breaks— The new Immortal wakes— Wakes with his God!

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Source: Boston College
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THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

THE GATHERER. "A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." 31 ax over-bored—An editor. Texts for sinners—Pretexts. .Loose habits—Dressing gowns. Sic transit—That across the ocean. Hale the truth may be a lie in the absence Of the other half. The worst kind of education —To bo brought up by a policeman. Ax old dog cannot alter his way of barking. A man that don’t know anything will tell it the first time he gets a chance. Wise men have but few confidants, and Cunning men none. What none of us ever drank from—The tap of a drum. Patience, time, and money set every thing to rights. Can a man be said to pay as he goes if he sleeps on tick? Promising is not with a design to give, but to please fools. A soldier cannot be even half a soldier if he is in quarters. Patience is a flower that grows not in every one’s garden. The trade that never turns to the left—A Wheel (w)right’s. Letter than all dings and doctors aro fresh air, exercise and good diet. Put not a naked sword in a mad man’s hand. Ik...

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Source: Boston College
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Open Fires. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Open Fires. In every home there should be at least one open grate, or some other arrange- j ■went ftir burning wood or soft or hard I coal. A fire which can be seen as well as | cheerful, bright, blazing fire with shovel and tongs—and fender, too, if you please—which will attract the family by its social influences, is a grand thing in a home. Those blade, grim, tartarean flues, filled with the stale odors of cellar and hot air-chamber and seething water-tank, and emitting clouds of pulverized ashes to cover your furniture and stifle your lungs, are umoug the greatest banes of family enjoyment and comfort. It is all well enough to have one’s dwelling warmed irom top to bottom, and to have no coals to carry beyond the furnace, but this heatlng system has done immense mischief .to a?!, powers, scattering the members of it all over {lie house, and furnishing not one attractive spot, in w hich the inmates will gather, as by instinct they do. < to enjoy tbechoenr comfort of th...

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

ALTAI* W 1 NOTICE TO THE EE The undersigned have now c store on Shawmut avenue (foi street), where they will keep c. Puke and Reliable Wines fc the lowest prices. Thev have al: ment of Foreign Goods. AU c with promptness and despatch orders should be addressed to I*llll 163 Shawmut avenue (foot of Cba ton. ALTAR WIA 1 hereby wish to Inform the am importing pure Altar Win can show all necessary guarant from the Rev. Bishop of Colog be bad in any quantity, and all attended to; also, constantly t kinds of self-imported Rhine V BENZ’S CENTRAL WINE Shawmut avenue, near Chapm Mass. PURE ALTAR The attention of the Rev. Clc called to the large iunportatioi constantly receiving, especially is warranted PURE and FREE substances, and combines a rich ness of taste rarely to be fou Wines, and is well ripened by bond and store, In octaves and q JOHN I*. COC Ofllco and Warehouse, 143 & Providence, R. I. COAL DEAI CO AI At the Lowest Atari OF THE BEST Ql Delivered in any Part i FOK SALE...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

Help for Old I The Convent of the Holy County Kerry, Ireland, the lio Francis Clare, who has spent ye historical fame of her native debt, she appeals to her coun for help. It is for Ireland, for Starving Poor, of the poorest Country. It is to help to feed dren. To Clothe and Sbelte: Children. Those who know, from theh what the poor suffer in Ireland, the assistance they can give; know may believe my words, n< here from Fairs or Lotteries remote and the people are toe upon the well-known generosii America; it has never failed; it' Tlie names of all who give and amount given, will be published Pilot, and other papers. The to be sent direct to SIHTER MARI Convent of the Iloly Cross, Kerry, Ireland, by Post-office 0 or by a check on any llauk in Iri be made payable lo’Mary Franc Subscriptions will also be reel ahoe, and forwarded by him to fc Clare. The Nun of Kenmare cannot plead with you for the poor, to has given her life, but you will nest appeal to you for help; t Fifty ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 8 March 1873

DECORATi HEADQUARTER SOCIETY GOODS OF EVERY W. R. MALONEY,3I and33 0 POUGHKEEPSIE, Importer and manufacturer of lias, Badges, Banners, Flags, Societies.' Goods of our mam qHired a reputation for perfectli and tcc guarantee our prices t lover , than any other manufacto, Samples of different patterns i tlte country. N. B.—Our Banners and pain special attention and are excel manner. BANNE] FOR SOCIETIES, SOU -Mr. DONAHOE is prepared from Societies and Schools foi Elafjs, for Processions. The. signs will be executed according of the parties ordering, and in t! mr. Orders respectfully solicit furnished. Address DAT KICK DOS 300 Vt’nslilngtou at., TKSTIMONI AYER, Mas Patrick Donahoe, eei)., Boston, Dear Sir,— The Banner fur our Division No. 7, Ancient Ord came duly to hand. The Bam: nifleent paintings and various indeed beyond our expectations, all. For'beauty of workmans! etc., we think It cannot be exe yours, S St. Mary’s Church, Wihdsoi Dear Mr. Donaiioe —Tliel got up for me for our Su...

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