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Shameful Treatment of Emigrants. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Shameful Treatment of Emigrants. The Commissioners of Emigration met recently in New York, President O’Gorman in the chair, and Messrs. Kauffman, Forest, Hart, Lynch, Wallach, Wellman, Nicholson, Powell (Mayor of Brooklyn) and Frear. present. A communication from a Mr. MacDonald, of the Bowery, who has recently written much, he claims, on emigrant abuses, was read. i Mr. Kouffman moved that it be considered at the first meeting before the 4th of | July, which lie subsequently withdrew, i and the communication was placed on file. The Ward’s Island Committee, appointed to investigate abuses alleged to exist there, made a report, recommending that the Warden, Deputy Warden and matrons pay for all supplies consumed by them other than milk produced and vegetables grown on the island. A synopsis of the evidence taken by them shows a disorganized state of affairs on the island; that in many instances no accounts are.kept, no requisitions are made out, as required by the rules; that the tea...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Boston and Vicinity. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Boston and Vicinity. The police ball netted $6537. The complete list of the prize drawings of St. James’ Fair will appear in our next. Tiie not proceeds of the recent fair, in aid of St. James’Church, will amount to $lO,OOO. The annual hall of the Legion of St. Patrick will be held on the Friday succeeding blaster Sunday. Tiie Knights of St. Patrick will participate in the procession on St. Patrick’s Day. Last week, in announcing the marriage of J. E. Conwcll, the name, by mistake, was spelled Connell, and the date appeared as Feb. 10, instead of Feb. 20. The City Physician reports that less than one hundred cases of sinall-pox exist in the city at present, including those at the several hospitals. It was Miss Mary A. Keyes, instead of Keefe, as reported, who displayed so much presence of mind on the morning of the late terrible fire, on Hanover street. The number of deaths in Boston, reported for the week ending at noon. March 1, was 180, of which 02 were males, and 88 females. By ...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Great Fire in - Dublin.—A large manufactory in Dublin was destroyed by fire on March 2. Loss estimated at $250,000. Disastrous Wreck.— Intelligence has heen received that the bark Boyne from Batavia for Falmouth, was wrecked on March 1, in Mount’s Bay, an inlet of the Atlantic, on the extreme southwest coast of England. Fifteen of the crew were drowned. Another Marine Collision.— A Liverpool despatch says: “ A terrible disaster occurred on March 1 on the River Mersey, involving serious loss of life. Th ship Cliacabuco, from San Francisco, collided with the Dublin steamer Torch, which had left the port. The vessels struck with great force, the Chncabuco sinking almost immediately. Twenty-five persons on beard the ship went down with her, including several seamen who had embarked on board the vessels at isan Francisco.” Terrible Marine Disaster —The steamboat, Henry A. Jones, from Houston for Galveston ‘with a cargo of 442 bales of cotton, was burned on Feb....

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Source: Boston College
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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Irish Rights in Rome. The Catholic Union of Ireland lias presented a memorial to Lord Granville, Minister for Foreign Affairs, which— Shhweth— That memorialists have seen with considerable pain and surprise that in the Hill which has lately been introduced into the Italian Parliament for the suppression ot religious homes In Rome, and the expropriation of their property houses and property in that city are included which belong to some of her Majesty’s Irish Roman Catholic subjects. That memorialists respectfully ask your lordship to interfere with the Italian Government so far us to prevent the completion 1 of this flagrant act of injustice. 1. Because in expropriating those religious houses aud the movable and immovable property belonging to them, j rights of property are violated to which her [ Majesty’s subjects in Ireland can prove indispirt- j able claim. These houses are three in number, viz.: St. Isidore's College, St. Maria in Posterula. with the ...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

DEATHS. Notices like the following arc inserted for 25 cents. MASSACHUSETTS. Sweeney —lnßost<tu, March 2. of bronchitis Hanorah Sweeney, daughter of Joseph Sweeney and Hanorah Dooley (maiden name) ,aged 7 months and 4 days. NIAV HAMPSHIRE. O’Connor— ln Farmington, Feb. 20, Francis O'Connor, aged 66 years, il months and 14 days. -MAY YORK CITY. -Murtiia— Feb. 19. Margaret McKeena, a native of the parish of Grange Geath, county Meatli, Ireland, the wife of Patrick Martha. Baylan—Feb. 20, Patrick Baylan, late of I)e--rahasli. couutv Monaghan, Ireland, . ( [-'EE—Fed. 11, John Clark, a native of Waterlord City. Ireland, aged 58. . -'J 1 r f ahy—Feb. 17, Catherine Mulcahy.in the t,“ y f’ ar f*/ * ler age, daughter of Thomas and Mary Ann Muh ahy. a native of Grange, parish of Knock long, county Limerick. Ireland. nei, e!! 1 ' I* 1 ' William Benson, late ■i' r ed 49* S1 **i'igade, a native of Dublin, Ireland, V- I!oh , f ‘ rt Full am, n native of ireliu” 1 a^(”i f 4.| lUlt farnba...

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INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Thirteen Years of Insurance. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

INSURANCE DEPARTMENT. Thirteen Years of Insurance. The founders of the Equitable Life Assurance Society, as well as the policyholders, have reason to he proud of the Thirteenth Annual Report of its business, which was published In The Pilot last week. It is not a mysterious complication of figures, which, my Lord Dundreary would say, ‘‘ No fellow can find out; ” but a plain business statement that everyone can understand. Twenty million dollars, accumulated by the Society, during the thirteen years of its existence; fifty-two million dollars insured on human'lives during the last year; two million dollars returned, during the same year, as dividends, to the insured; three and a half million dollars added to its reserve fund; and one million six hundred and fifty-four thousand dollars, paid to widows and orphans, under policies terminated by death during the year. That is the Report in brief: and it is the most convincing argument, for the utility of life insurance, that we have ever...

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Practical Sympathy, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Practical Sympathy, From the numerous friends who have sent us letters and subscriptions In advance. we select the following:— Rev. J. J. Healy. Gloucester. Mass., paid for four years in advance. In Mount Read, IV. I'. Mt. Read, N. Y., Jan. 1,1573. Hear Sir Enclosed I send you $35.40, for sixteen copies of The Pilot, from beginning of the present year. Yours truly, C. Earn an. In Medianicsville, iS. T. Meciianicsville. N. Y., Jan. 9, 1873. Patrick Donaiioe, Esq.—Dear Sir:—Enclosed please find the sum of $22, for ten copies of Tile Pilot for 1873. Yours respectfully, James Flynn. In 'Tourncrs, A'. Y. Tourners, N. Y., 1873. Dear Sir:—Enclosed please And $3O, to pay for fourteen copies of The Pilot for 1873. Respectfully yours, T. Riordan. In Flicenlxvillc, Pa. Piicenixville, Pa., Feb. G, 1873. Hr. Donaiioe —Dear Sir: —Please find enclosed $3O, on account of my club. I remain yours, John Donnelly. In Sullivan's Creek, Cal. Sullivan’s Creek, Cal., Jan. 28,1573. Mr. Donahoe—Dear Sir;—Ple...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

ELEGANT PARIS BOUND PRAYER BOOKS. 5 00 5 50 6 50 The Most Superb Collection in America, Mr. Do.vaiioe desires to inform bi3 patrons that his stock of fine bound Prayer Books was not destroyed by the great fire. Our assortment of fine Velvet, Ivory, and Tortoise Bindings has only just arrived from France. The books in sheets were sent to our Agent in Paris during the summer, and have been bound, under the Agent’s personal supervision, in the most elegant styles possible. Each bock contains eight beautiful colored steel engravings, all splendid works of art. For variety of style and excellence of binding the assortment cannot be surpassed. Our stock of American Fine Bindings is also very complete, and contains a variety of new and choice styles. • The following comprise our list of Fine Bindings St. Joseph’s Manual. Plain and Colored Engravings. French Bindings. Velvet clasp and comers $lO 00 ‘' rims and clasp 12 00 “ “ “ and medallion 14 00 “ full mountings 14 00 “ “ “ and medallion ...

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ST. PATRICK’S DAY. AIR—“ Burns’ Farewell.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

ST. PATRICK’S DAY. AIR—“ Burns’ Farewell.” The following son " lor tlio celebration of St. Patrick’s Jlay was written by the late Dr. Charles Bymc'.of Baltimore, first published by the New York Shamroc . in 1821 Old who that lias not wander'd far From where he first drew vital air, Can tell how bright the visions are That still surrouud our fancy there? And it is sweet, ’round mem’ry’a tbroue, When time and distance gild the way, * To cite the scenes that long have flown. And view them o’er on Patrick’s Oat. Tlio’ distant from our native shore. And bound by fortune's stern decree, To tread our native soil no more, Still, Erin, we must think oil tliee. Is there a heart of Irish mould That does not ow n the magic sway, That prompts the gen’rous patriot s soul To celebrate our Patrick’s Pay? No nation e’er at freedom's shrine, Has sacrificed so rich as we; Our blood has flow’d in every clime That rais'd tlic shout of liberty. But ah! will freedom never smile, Nor slied one bright and c...

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THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles.” . Natural slippers—Eels. A cow belle—A pretty milkmaid. Earn money before you spend it. Tiie power of reservo is often the reserve of power. Tire worst organ grinder A hollow tooth. God often bangs the greatest weight on tho smallest wires. There is more fatigue in laziness than in labor. A Nashville, Tenn., ghost w ears a polonaise and carries a parasol. Never run into debt unless you see a way to get out again. Temperance motto—Fight for the right, and never get tight. Our nineteenth century is the age of tools. ■—Emerson. A civil guest will no more talk all than eat all the feast. — Herbert. Corn fields that require neither plowing nor sowing—The feet. Beaxjty without intellect is like a flower Without periumo. To be happy is not the purpose of our being, but to deserve happiness. A doctor’s motto is supposed to be ‘ ‘ patients and long suflering.” Everything but God. if loved without God, dwarf's, stunts and contracts the so...

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liaising Giants. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

liaising Giants. Kinßl* rederiek William of Prussia, father ot Frederick the Great, determined to raitJC to order soldiers 'whose stature should meet his \ lews of what grenadiers to serve royalty should be The army was his hobhy, and tall men his special admiration. Ho had a regiment atPotsdam that was the talk of the world, on account of their heads and shoulders being farahove ordinary humanity. There were three battalions of 800 each, 2100 in all, pericct Anaks the shortest of the men being seven feet and the tallest nine. Such lofty beings were procured from all countries in Europe Without regard to cost. James Kirkman an Irish recruit, could not he had till 6000 dollars were paid. Tall men were decoyed and put into servitudeat all hazards. Next he compelled them to marry unusually tall women, whether they con sented or not. Prussia is rich in very tali subjects, the descendants of those gigantic grenadiers; these are far taller than the lull blooded Kentuckians. In spite of hi...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Our numerous friends will please take notice that almost all tlie stereotype plates of Mr. Donalioe’s books, and all tlie printed stock of same on hand, were destroyed in the Are. Wc cannot, in consequeues, furnish scarcely any of our owp publications (except Morocco and Velvet-bound Prayer ; Books) at present. M'e have on hand, however, a good supply of all the books of the other American i Catholic publishers, for any of which we will be j happy to receive orders. We are now prepar- 1 lug new plates of ail our popular books, iucludlug Prayer Books, Story Books, Song Books, Ac., i Ac., of which due announcement will be made in Tue Pilot as they are Issued. The New Editions will be brought out iu the most approved manner, and subject to a careful revision. It is the intention of Mr. Donahoe to make his publications first class in every respect. New Editions of the following are now ready:— A Most Popular School Text-Book, Which is being generally introduced Into all Catholic Academi...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

MEDICINES. C A T A R I! li i A Woman Having Catarrh 35 Years, Cured. Ami Droppings In Tliront, Clioltings, Straiigliugs, Pains iutlie Side, Loins, Headache, Dizziness, and General Weakness, Cured by less limn Three Hot ties of the COISTITITIOSIL Catarrh Remedy. To Messrs. Littlefield & Hayes, Proprietors of Constitutional Catarrh Remedy , Manchester, N. H.: I reside at Manchester, N. 11., and previously resided at IT* nniker. and am a native of Ware, this State. 1 have had Catarrh twenty-five years, ever since I was 19 years old; I had it bad all the time. It run all that period, and nights it would fill up and drop down In my throat, causing a feeling of clinking, so that I would spring up in bed to save myself from strangulation. It affected my head so that I felt confused, and was troubled with severe headache at intervals, for a week at a time, I also had pains in shoulders, back, and kidneys, from which I suffered Immensely. So bad were they, that a year ago last su...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

WINES,LIQ/UORS, <fcc JOHN TRACEY & CO., Alcohol and Rectifying Distillers, AND MANUFACTURERS OF ALCOHOL, FRENCH PURE SPIRITS, Cologne Spirits, BOURBON, RYE, AND OTHER WHISKIES. Distilleries at Albany and Waterloo, New York. 20 ami 22 State street Albany. 182 and 18-4 Pearl street..New York. 83 Broad street Boston. jan2:tf I. V. B. For the cure ot Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Loss ol Appetite, etc., try Clifford’s Indian Vegetable Bitters, The beet tonic and diurectie now in use. Price, $3 per gallon, with a liberal discount to the trade. For sale by the Pioprietor and Manufacturer, SAMUEL W. CLIFFORD, 94 and 96 Commercial street, Boston. lau2 :tf JOHX MILLER & CO., raTOETERS OF AND DEALERS IN Foreign and Domestic Liquors, AGENTS FOR THE BOSTON BEER CO. , STOCK AIE AND POKTEK, XXX AXD XX ALES. 189, 298 & 300 Hanover St., BOSTON. John miller. henry j. slavin. i janll:tf j ROYAL DUTCH GIX j C. & M. D. SCHIEDAM. MICHAEL DOHERTY &amp...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

shipping-. PASSENGERS Brought from and Sent Home to Ireland, in all the LINES OF STEAMERS Arriving at Boston and Xew York, and Sailing therefrom A.T THE LOWEST RATES ! PATRICK. DONAHOE, Boston, Mass., desires to make known to his countrymen that he is now prepared to bring out passengers from Ireland, send home money, etc., etc. Por the purpose of entire protection a fund is constantly kept on deposit in the Provincial Bank of Ireland, against which MR. DONAHOE Issues drafts, payable at sight, lor and upwards, on the Bank,"and all its branches, and has hereby, for the last twenty-five years, afforded a mode of remittance perfectly safe and unquestionable. The principal objects of MR. DONAHOE are:— Ist. By the sale of bis Bills on tlie Provincial Bank ot"lreland, and by keeping ample funds there to meet the same, to furnish to the Irish people in this country a safe remittance to their triends in Ireland. 2d. To receive moneys from persons and to purchase for them passage tickets by ...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

DECORATORS. FLAGS AND BANNERS. IK SILK. BUKTING, AND COTTON: Send for prices. X iBUNTING, IS inches wide, by the piece S ' or yard. g MILITARY AND REGALIA GOODS, * GOLD p) AND K I SILVER ■JI I LACES, FRINGES, CORDS, BRAIDS, STARS, TASSELS, BADGES, HARPS, SHAMROCKS, CROSSES, EAGLES, SASHES, ROSETTES, BATONS, CHAPEAUX, CAPS, SWORDS, £ SOCIETY RADGES AND REGALIA. MILITARY, MASONIC, AND ODD FEL--9 I LOWS’ BOOKS. § POLLARD & LEIGHTON, U* j • a Importers and Manufacturers, 'A '• W I » I 104: Tremont Street, BOSTON, MASS. Please mention this paper, and the kind of goods w anted, when you write for price-list. an!3:ly:7th BADGES AND REGALIA, For Societies, Made to order at short notice and upon the most reasonable terms. Address Mrs. C. S. Finn, 15 Lee street, Lowell, Mass. Commnications by mail promptly attended to, and samples sent if desired. Also Banners and Flags made to order, and warranted to give perfect satisfaction. jan9 :tf BANNERS AND DECORATIONS. Mr. C. W. ROETH, ar...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

COLLEGES. COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS, Worcester, Mass, k”bis College i3 under the direction of the Father's of the Society of Jesus, and was established solely ' for the education of Catholics. It stands ou “Bog. choag,”or. Hill of Pleasant Springs, within two lull "sot the City of V> orcester, and commands an extern '* ve T 'ew of the beautiful country around The water is abundant and excellent: the playgrounds an.' spacious; the location is remarkably healthy, and affords facilities for healthful amusement at all s Basons. The collegiate year commences on the l*rst Monday of September; but students are receded at any period of the year. Applications fre m other institutions will not be received without testimonials as to character and conduct from the principal of the institution which they had attended. Tf RMS. For board, tuition, washing, mending linen and socks,, per annum (of ten mouths), payable half-yearly, in advance 3270 00 Physician’s fee. per amiam 5 00 Modern ...

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