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

HOW READY. THE “Catholic Annual” for 1873, THIKTY-SIX ILLUSTRATIONS. THE ILLUSTRATED Catholic Family Almanac FOR 1873 Is now for Sale at all tlie Bookstores. CONTENTS. Abstinence Days. Almanacs. Anagram. An Old Ilyinn. Archbishop Hughes. With Portrait. Archbishops and Bishops of the United States. Calendars. Twelve Illustrations. Cathedral of Cliatres, France. Illustration. Catholic Chronology of the United States. Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Two Illustrations. Chronological Notes. Cologne Cathedral. Illustration. I Conjunction of Planets, and other Phenomena. Conundrums, i Cycles of Time and Church Days. Dates of Dignities, j Dates of the American Wars. 1 Days of Obligation to Abstain from Work. Distances from New York to Important Cities and Towns in the United States. Eclipses for 1873. Expense of Our Wars. Fasting Days of Obligation. Father Emmanuel Crespel, O.S.F; Portrait. First Masses in Various Parts of America. French Dynasties and Sovereigns. Gerald Griilin. Portrait. G...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

THE BOYS’ STAR CLOTHING STORE! 19, 22 & 23 Dock Square, TIIE OXLY ONE PRICE CLOTHING STORE IX DOCK SQUARE, AND THE Best Place in Boston To Clothe your lioye at Low Prices. EVERY ONE SERVED ALIKE. The only true principle on which to do business. Y. A. Messinger & Cos., PROPRIETORS. feblO:tf :8 th THE EAGLE CIIOTUixC CO. SPLENDID STOCK MEN’S BOYS’ ! ONE PRICE! EVERY GARMENT WARRANTED! Cor. Washington & Essex Sts. oc26:llt:Bth Dl?. H. J. GAFFNEY, 407 Essex Street, Salem, Mass. Office Hours—7 to 9a. m., and 6toBp. m. a27:tf LEGAL JNOTICES. Commonwealth of Massacliusetts. SUFFOLK. SS.—PROBATE COURT. To the Heirs-at-Law, Next of Kin, and all other Persons Interested in the Estate of .JEREMIAH SULLIVAN, late of Boston, in said Countv, deceased, greeting: WHEREAS, a certain instrument purporting to he tiie last w ill and testament of said deceased lias been presented to said Court, for Probate, by Mary Hennessey,of said Boston, widow,who prays that letter...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

TO <fc FROM EUROPE. THE ANCHOR LINE. Steam to and from Glasgow, Liverpool, and Londonderry. One of the favorite Clyde-built Passenger Steamers, ACADIA. COLUMBIA, SCANDINAVIA, ALEXANDRIA.DORIAN, SCOTIA. ANGLIA, ETHIOPIA. 3IDONIAN EUROPA, INDIA, lOWA, ISM ALIA, TRINACRIA. TROJAN, TYRIAN. UTOPIA. VALETTA, VENEZIA, VICTORIA. ASSYRIA, AUSTRALIA, BOLIVIA, BRITANNIA, CALEDONIA, ITALIA, CALIFORNIA, OLYMPIA, CAST ALIA, ROMA, Sails every Wednesday and Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 20, North River, N. Y. Reduced Rates of Passage , Payable in' Currency. To Glasgow, Liverpool or Derry, cabins 50."5 aud $73. Intermediate, $35. Steerage, §:tO. Cabin Excursion Tickets, SIHO. I repaid Certificates (steerage) from these ports to New York or Boston-cabin, §O5 and §75. Intermediate, § 10. Steerage, $3O. Passengers booked to and from Hamburg, Havre, Antwerp, Gottenburg, Christiana, Copenhagen, Ac., at very low rates. Drafts issued payable at any Bank in Great Britain and Ireland. For further i...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 4 January 1873

TO <fc FROM EUROPE. CUXAIID LINE HAIL STEAMSHIPS Sailiii" Every "Week DIRECT FROM Boston for Liverpool, CALLING AT O XTEFIST STOWN CORK HARBOR, IRELAND. Appointed Sailings Direct from Jlosion. SIBERIA Saturday. December 2? PALMYRA Saturday, January 4 HECLA Saturday, January 11 SAMARIA Saturday, January 18 BATAVIA Saturday, January 25 Passengers embark at the Cunard Wharf. East Boston. CABIN. §BO GOLD. STEERAGE,S3O CURRENCY. Prepaid Steerage Passages troni Liverpool, London. Bristol .Glasgow, Queenstown, or Derrv. to Boston (Steamers sailing EVERY THURSDAY). §3O CURRENCY. Children under 12 years half price; Infants under 1 year So. Passengers booked to all parts of the Luited States. Drafts issued on the Bank of Ireland for Si and upwards. Passengers by the Cunard Steamers will be supplied with an abundance of food, cooked and served up three times daily by the Company's Stewards, with as much water as they wish to use; and are only required to furnish their own Bedding, e...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

The pilot. Be jhst? and Fear Not. Let all the ends tlvou ahnst at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, JANUARY n, 1873. No. 2.

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Links With Heaven. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Links With Heaven. BY ADELAIDE PROCTER. THE PILOT. Boston, January ii, 1873. Ourfiod, In Heaven, from that holy place, To each of us an angel guide lias given; Hut mothers of dead children have more grace— I-or they give angels to their God in Heaven. How can a mother's heart feel cold or weary, Knowing her dearer self safe, happy, warm? How can she feel her road too dark or dreary, Who knows her treasure sheltered from the storm? How oan she sin? Our hearts may be unheeding, Oar God forgot, our Holy Saints defied; Hut can a mother hear her dead child pleading, And thrust those little angel hands aside? Those little hands stretched down to draw her ever Nearer to God by mother love:—we aU Are blind and weak, yet surely she can never, With such a stake in Heaven, fail or fall. She knows that when tlic mighty angels raise Chorus in Heaven, one little silver tone Is hers forever, that one little praise, One little happy voice is all her own. We may not see her sacred crown of honor, Bu...

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Light on Prussian Policy. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Light on Prussian Policy. CONNELLAN. Prince Bismarck is a man who plays heavy stakes in the game of politics with au apparent recklessness. He is generally successful. Yet (lie recklessness is only au appearance, the cost of the game has been counted, every step calculated, every move prepared beforehand. Tlie war of 1870 was but the working out of apian conceived and perfected in its every detail long before the war took place. We have no reason to doubt that the persecution of the Catholic Church and its ministers, as well as the blow aimed at the Press the other day, lias been previously resolved in the brain of the Chancellor, and the difficulties and obstacles reckoned. It is quite probable that he not only saw the event but likewise tho results likely to follow, in his “ mind’s eye,”before he began the career of persecution. Men of his stamp, however, occasionally overstep the just measure of their powers and become so involved in their own plots that it is impossible for them...

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Our Irish Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Our Irish Letter. Cork, December 18, 1872. Tour Baptism of Fire In Boston has created a profound sensation of alarm and regret throughout Ireland. Judged by any estimate oldworld people can form, such a calamity would he simply appalling. Had the Boston fire chosen, say Dublin, for its playground, Dublin had been abolished for centuries. A loss of fifty millions sterling to Ireland, would mean national bankruptcy. Therefore it is w r e hold our breath iu amazement as we read the newspaper accounts of how the fire-fiend has swallowed up your fair city, and shudder to think that among the sufferers arc many of our own Irish raeo, men wiio were its Best ornaments as living monuments of what Ce tie brains and Celtic energy can do. But , we Lave formed gigantic ideas of American pluck and progress. Our sympathy is mingled with a sort of conviction that American fires are like American lakes and falls and mountains and enterprises—gigantesque: grand panoramas of devastation which appal tl...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Our Canada Letter. JAY KAY. Ottawa, Out., December 23, 1872. I. oicl Dufferin, Our Governor General, is determined to find his way to the hearts of the people of Canada. And he is succeeding very well, because he shows in every way that he can that he is alive to the interests of the public at large. lie has already made himself as well acquainted with the resources, the condition, and the intricate politics of the country as most Canadians are, and does not hesitate to express his opinion on all matters that come before him. lie is a very shrewd observer, it seems, and his notions of things in general arc very healthy. He has of late paid several ' hits to Our Eclucailocal Institutions, And his conduct on those occasions bears testimony to what I have said above concerning him. One of the first places that he honored with his presence was one of our Catholic convents in this city, and he sacmed to be highly pleased with the system under which it is conducted, as well as everything ...

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Our English Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Our English Letter. J. F. O’D. London, Dec. 18, 1872. The Prospects of “ Protestant Christianity ” In England are beginning to look dismally blue. The sectaries who never tire of calling us Catholics “idolaters,” and ‘ ‘ slaves of a degrading superstition,” arc falling into a quandary from which there can be no escape except through the avenues of infidelity or rationalism. On Tuesday the University of Oxford held a convocation to ‘ ‘ designate ” elect preachers for 1873. On the list of designates was the name of Dean Stanley, of Westminster Abbey. The Dean being a latitudinarian of the worst type, an effort was made by the more orthodox members of the university to insure his exclusion on the ground that he teaches doctrines subversive of Christianity and tending towards Unitarianism. Mr. Stanley whipped up his supporters in true sportsmanlike style, and when the fight came off he beat his opponents by a majority of sixty-two. Dr. Pusey’s party, with whom he is most unpopular, did ...

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The Saints Canonized and Beatified by Pius IX. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

The Saints Canonized and Beatified by Pius IX. The following is a list published by the Unita Oattolioa of the Saints canonized or beatified by our present Holy Father Pope Pius IX., since his accession to the throne, 1816. Blessed Peter Clavcv, beatified September 21, 1851; B. John Grand, October 20, 1853; St. Paul of the Cross, May 1, 1853; St. Mary of Angels, May 14, 1865; B. Margaret Mary Alacoque, September 18, 1864; Blessed Marianne of Jesus, November 20, 1853; St. Germaine Cousin, May 7, 1854; B. Benedict Labrc, May 20, 1860; St. Geoffreds do Mery die, June 20, 1867; St. Peter Camb ano, 1856; B. Peter Pavouio, B. Bartholomew Cerveri, B. Aimon Tapparelli, B. Stephen Blandello, Bedmonterc Martyrs beatified, February 21, 1856; B. John B. de Itossi, May 60, 1800; Blessed Johu Leonardo, November 10, 1861; B. Benedict de Urbino, February 10, 1867; St. Leonard of Port Maurice, June 29, 1867; St. Mary Francis of the wounds of Christ, 1867; B. Angelo Orsucci, July 7, 1867; B. Carlo Sp...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND, AUTHOR OF "HESTER'S HISTORY." CHAPTER IY. I.IFE AND DEATH. Silt John and Lady Archbold, who lived at Camlough in the hills, had an only daughter, about a year older than May. They loved this child better than their own souls and bodies, aud as much as they hated the thought of death—which is saying a good deal. The fam» of the beauty and spirit of this girl had travelled to Menasterlea, and many a time May had stood on tiptoe, looking over the hedges, to see her riding past by her father’s side, with her yellow hair streaming on the wind. The little girl at Camlough was one of May’s dream-play-mates. fc3ie had many such companions, who shared all her confidences, and joined in her games. Another was the grim stone angel of the passage, who was petted and talked to in the daylight, but rather shunned when the night began to come on. The girl from Camlough was May’s especial friend. This little person...

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall lUver, Mass.—l. P, POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. KINN. Haven, Conn.-El) WARD DOWNES. ProvliUnee, M. I.—TILLINGlIAST & MASOW; S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewson street. Atw lork City.—THE AMERICAN NEWS ia>., 12j Nassau street. Brooklyn, W. V.—sl. NEVIN. 1 - BERNARD No. 092 DOOLEY,IB2 Elver street. st. ClfesYnu t* trwt' CENTRAL NEWS CO., f“TSifo BACKUS ’ 703 State street, "• r KRiMEif, Un KAWSO^ Cincinnati, 0.-THE CINCINNATI News; rn _ J.P.WALSH; J.RICHARDS: jlb HAWLFV Clncago, 111.—WESTERN N**WS CO " * St. Louis, Mo.—PATRICK EON; ST i ottt< BOOK & NEWS CO. ’ t-CUIs Louisville, Ky.— A.GUNTERjC.T.DEVRivp Milwnukie, SVis.—WISCONSIN NEWS COWILLIAM ELLIS. KJ " ’ Detroit,Midi.—>J. A.ROYS; MICH.NKWS CO Nan Francisco, Cal.—M. FLOOD. Nt. Jolm, ar. IS.- ISRAEL ,T. I). LANDRY Halifax, Y. S.—THOMAS O"CONNER. Clifton, C. W.—TUNIS & CO. Toronto, C. W.—PATRICK DOYI.E.

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From the Dublin Nation. SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

From the Dublin Nation. SADLEIR, THE BANKER; OR, THE LACEYS OF RATHCORE. A TALE OF IRISH LIFE. PART 11. CHAPTER XXX. It was a fine morning—one of those dreamy, cloudy mornings only to be seen in Switzerland and Ireland. Mr. Lacey had lighted his after breakfast pipe, and was sauntering idly on the lawn, absorbed in a mixed meditation on potatoes and politics, when he caught sight of the manly figure of a young man striding towards the house. “ llulloa! Prendergast,” he shouted in his heartiest manner. How goes the cause—how goes the good cause?” Prendergast removed his hat and exposed a forehead sparkling with beads of perspiration. “ Every one, but the people themselves, are against us, sir,” he said, grasping the old gentleman’s hand, “ but 1 think we’re bound to win. We ought to win, unless all notions of political decency are dead in Ireland.” “ •And we shall, by Heaven! Have the landlords touts called on your father yet?” “ They have, indeed, and you may count on a visit today....

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to December LO. ANTRIM. Melancholy accident. On Monday, Nov. 25th, about ten o'clock, a. m., Master Edgar Rotter, son of H. Potter, esq., Axtogues Bleach Works, near Randalstown, County Antrim, went in a small canoe to fowl, on the dam next to the bleach works. This dam is very extensive, covering an area of something bordering on tVelve acres of ground, situate in a valley, which makes the body of water considerably large. Seeing a fowl convenient he discharged liis gun, capsizing his canoe and precipitating him into the water, when, after clinging to the boat an hour and a half, ho sank to rise no more. CORK. Deputy Lieutenant. Lord Clarina has been appointed Deputy-Lieutenant for County Limerick, in place of the late Lord Clarina. Ap.iiebt for Felony at Queenstown. A corn merchant, named Lane, belonging to Leamington. England, has been arrested on Board the City of Brooklyn, at Queens town, for felony. Farmers’ Club.— An influential meeting of the ratepay...

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Almanacs. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Almanacs. The first printed almanac is said to be that of George von Parbach, who lived at Vienna abont 1400. A copy was found in a Jesuit library. A second almanac, compiled by Johannis do Monteregio, for the years 1475,1494, 1513, with calculations of eclipses to 1530, which are printed in red and black, was printed according to some first at Buda in Hungary, in 1474. John Muller, called Regeomontanus, or de Monteregio, from being born at Konigsberg, was a man of great learning, who was iuvited to Rome by Cardinal Bessarion, and to Buda by MatthiasCorvinus, King of Hungary, fcix - t-us IV. made him Bishop of Ratisbonne, and subsequently called him to Rome to aid in reforming the calendar. He is generally said to have died in 1470. Ifis almanac seems to have been reprinted several times. Mr. Shea has a copy, printed in 1489, with this colophon; Kalendariu viri peritissimi magistri Johanis de Monteregio explicit feliciter Erliardi ratdoltvirisolertis eximia industria: et mira iinp’m...

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Multum in Parvo. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

Multum in Parvo. Some fatal cases of a very bad type of small-pox are reported in Cape Breton. A lost art—the repression of crime by suspension ol the criminal.—A". I'. Herald. A WOMAN has sued a druggist in Caldwell for $5,000, for selling liquor to her husband. There were two hundred and eightyeight distilleries running in Ohio the past year. The ice is now strong at Froderickton, N. 8., and teams cross without danger. The locomotive lor the Riviere de Loup Road has not yet been taken across, it being feared that the heavy machinery would be too great a weight for the ice yet formed. Sib Bartle Frere had arrived in'Alexandria, Egypt, at the head of the British Commission, which has been despatched for Zanzibar, to operate for the suppression of the Africanslave trade. The travellers enjoyed a pleasing, enthusiastic reception from the English officials and the Egyptian. The Boston Transcript remarks, touching thej subject of “Noble Wives,” that Mr, Seward’s fame began to wane upon ...

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An Interesting Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 11 January 1873

An Interesting Letter. [The following letter from our N. Y. Correspondent came to hand too late for our last issue.] New Yokk, Dec. 24,1872. The Life of Denis Holland 1 do not propose to write in full. He was a native of Cork, was afterwards editor of a very able paper, the Ulsterman, of Belfast, then founder of the Dublin Irishman, afterwards London correspondent of the 6ame after it had passed out of his hands. There, too, he founded the Irish Liberator in 1864, but retired early from its management. At this time, too, he comme need writing stories of Irish Life for the Shamrock. Something over five years ago he emigrated to this country, where again for some time he was correspondent for the Irishman. He also here wrote Irish stories for the Emerald, a paper dead for some time, and later for the Celtic Weekly , and contributed, occasionally, articles, chiefly historical, for the Irish People. This is a very incomplete sketch of his literary life. It covers, however, all that I re...

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