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SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

SECOND EDITION. LATEST CABLE DESPATCHES. ENGLAND. Tlic li i ili Edncatlon Bill. The Irish Education Bill, which will shortly be put on its passage for a second reading, in the House of Commons, will probably be the subject of considerable debate, and will, it is believed, meet with strenuous opposition from many of the Irish members. The government, however, expects to be able , by a small majority, to pass the Bill to a second reading, tire at llnnk Frauds. London, March I.— lt is reported that the frauds on the bank of England amount to $2,000,000, and that of this account $35U,0t)0 was drawn upon Jay, Cooke, McCulloch & Cos.. $200,000 on the Rothschilds, and a large amount, the exact figures unknown, upon the Barings. A Great Amnesty Meeting. A movement is on foot among the Irish population of London for a great meeting in Hyde Park, in favor of amnesty for the Fenians now held in prison by the British Government. The meeting over which Isaac Butt, Member of Parliamen...

Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

Business .Record. There is not a more potent agent for removing or counteracting Dyspepsia, Inactivity of the Liver, Vertigo. Lowness of Spirits, Disturbed Sleep, and tor renewing, invigorating to a healthy state the shattered nerves or enfeebled flame, than Atwood's Quinine Tonic Bitters. Apothecaries have them. White's Specialty for Dyspepsia ?* the only ■prompt, efficient, and safe master of such symptoms as loss of appetite, heartburn, palpitation of the heart, dizziness, sleeplessness, melancholy, 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 Washington street,Boston. $1 per bottle. febls:l2t LEGAL NOTICES, Commonwealth of Massachusetts. SUFFOLK, SS.—PROBATE COURT. To the Devisees, Legatees, Creditors, and all other persons interested in the Estate of THOMAS LACY, late of Boston ,ln said County, deceased, testate: Whereas, a petitio...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

OBITUARY. Notices like tlie following are inserted at the rate of 12 lines or under for Si.so. For every additional 12 lines or less. C-1.50. HiIIjA., WHO DIED FEBRUARY 21,1873. I cannot write—the blinding tears Are falling thick and iast as rain; A world of darkness now appears.— My soul Is buried, deep in pain. For, oil! the bitterness of grief Is mine—is mine in dire extreme! In supplication for relief— OGod! I would it were a dream? I stood beside her form to-day, My farewell look to sadly take; Like sculptured marble there she lay.— 0 God! I thought my heart would break! 1 could not still the rising storm. When face to face I saw the dead; And there beside that matchless form, 1 would that 1 had died instead! To one who knew her as I knew— Who loved her as to love I learned— Ne'er knew a heart that beat more true. And ne'er a sweeter soul discovered. Where Is the hand that e'en can take One finger, and reproaching raise? Where is the tongue can silence break To speak of her one...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

ACROSTIC. r ain-Killer is north what it weighs in gold, A 11 around the world are its praises told; I t will Cholera cure—scourge of southern climes, N o victim dies, who takes it betimes. K eep Pain-Killer—a true friend—by your side, 1 t will cure Cough or Cold, or Code beside; L ook out to apply it for Bruise or for Sprain, I. et it once be tried —'twill be used again ; E very word I am telling you, reader, is true, R emember that Pain-Killer is good for you. The Pain-Killer is sold by all Druggists and dealers in Family Medicines. mbl:lm :8 ALLEN’S LUNG BALSAM. Charles Farmer, Druggist, writes from Ovid, Mich. 1 have just sold the last bottle of ALLEN’S Lung Balsam. It sells like ‘ hot cakes,’ and gives UNIVERSAL SATISFACTION.” Stanley & Skipper. Chippewa Falls, Wls., writes. " We wish you would send a good supply of Allen's Lung Balsam, as it is getting to be one of tlje necessary institutions of the country. It sells well, and gives entire satisfaction to those usin...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

T H E CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY CELEBRATE 1 £ ANXIVFRS’V Public Dinner —IN THE— I PARKER HOUSE, —ON—- | Monday Evening, March 17, 1873, at 0 O’clock. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. Martin Lennon, P. F. Griffin, Thomas Riley, John Divver. Michael Doherty, Joseph D. Fallon, Hugh O’Brien, Thomas J. Gargan, James 11. Tallon, Thomas Dolan, John Magrath, Patrick Collins, Bernard Corr. Tickets, 55.00. To be procured of the members of the Committee, at The Pilot Bookstore, 360 Washington street, and at the Parker House, on St. Patrick’s Day. mhl6:2t:B ST. PATRICK’S NIGHT!! GREAT ATTRACTION AT MUSIC HALL, Monday, March 17, ’73. THE EOYS —OF THE—- | House of the Angel Guardian —WILL GIVE— Tlieir Annual Popular CONCERT & EXHIBITION ! Monday Evening, March 17. GRAND PROGRAMME! CONSISTING OF Play, for the Occasion, Comic & Sentimental Songs, Irish National Dances, Duetts, Choruses, i Gymnastic & Acrobatic Feats, A Full Brass Band, Etc. Tlio Whole to Conclude witli ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

RARE BARGAINS ! NORWBLL & CO. HAVE JUST RECEIVED EYERY NUMBER OF THEIR OWN —OF—RISING SUN BRAND ALPACAS —AND—- ! EXTRA HEAVY ! HlGrll LUSTRE! FINISHED ROTH SIDES! [SHEPARD, XOHWiiU & CO., 30 &, 34 WINTKII STREET. mill 5:11 J. H. JESSOP, WHOLESALE CONFECTIONER. No. 10 Tremont Street, BOSTON. All Orders Promptly Attended to. f ebls:3m :8 PARLOR FURNITURE, i Solas, Lounges, Easy, IParlor, and. Rocking Chairs, MANUFACTURED BY BRAMUYINr, SHAW <Sc CO., Importers of Laycork’s best English Hair Seating. Salesrooms: 37 Sudbury, 00, 71, «fc 73 Portland Streets. Itoston. j anil :3m :8 “Froude’s Crusade.—Both Sides.” CONTENTS. I. Life and Labors of Father Burke— His Career in Ireland. Rome, and America—His Influence on the Irisli-American Element —His Characteristics as a Preacher—His Controversy with Froude—The Verdict, etc. 11. Froude’s Summing up Against Father Burke —Lecture in New York, by Mr. James Anthony Froude, Nov. 30, 1872. 111. — Father...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

TO&FROME NATIONAL TO AND FR< Liverpool, Queens doiulerry, Gl; $2B. From Fiver pool, Queens! deny, Glasgow, throu] $32. DRAFTS AT LOWE! For freight or passage, apply Company, No, 69 Broadway, N HURST, Manager; and foi 1 repaid, and Outward Tickets New England: WARREN f - s =tf lae state st EUROPEAN PASSAGI OUTWARDS —A>D— P] Passengers forwarded to or Railway Station in ENGLAN] SCOTLAND to BOSTON, at lov Cabin Tickets, from BOSTO> QUEENSTOWN, GLASGOW ■SCO, and Sfi* current Excursion Tickets from BOST named ports and return for $l2 Steerage from LONDON to J To the Clergy we offer the best at tlie lowest rates, Passenge and Vienna this Summer can Tickets for the trip at our otß Vienna Exposition Pamphlet a free information regarding the i For Passage Ticke ts aud Draf or tlie Continent, and full inf on C. L. BARTLE r 1G Broad Street, NATIONAL The Cheapest and Mo3t I the Passenger 111 Sailing from Liverpool evei " Queenstown er “ New York eve:...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 15 March 1873

TO&FROME' INMAK I —OF—MAIL STEA* TO AM> FROM LIVElt] I.\(i AT ((IJEEAS ' CITY OF MONTREAL j ! CITY OF BROOKLYN i I CITY OF BRUSSELS S RATES OF PASSAGE FI CABIN—S'?S and $J>O Gc accommodation. Excursion Tickets (goo< To Liverpool or Queenstown... To Paris OUTWARD STEERAGE PA don. Liverpool. Bristol. Quee: Cardiff, or Londonderry—s3o Cl'llUEX Clilldreu under 12 years—Hall •• ** 12 raontlis —Fr PREPAID STEERAGE PAS the above points to Boston or ; currency. Children unde 12 years—Half *• ‘"l2 months—S3 I The plan of construction adop of the INMAN LINE, together ments for securing the comfort sengers, are acknowledged to other. 'What Father Burke Ini nan. Bit “ I thank Messrs. lumau & manner in which they have trei grant on the voyage to America this line popular with our pec that goes back to Ireland tells the politeness of the officials : iency of the great and power! longing to this company. In n America, In the < ity...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The Pilot. Bo just, and Fear Not. Let all the ends thou aim at be thy God's, thy country's, and truth’s. Vol. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 22, 1873. No. 12.

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Saint Patrick at Tara. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Saint Patrick at Tara. BY AUBREY DE VERE. THE PILOT. Boston, March 22, 1873. The Kina is wroth with a neater wrath Than the wrath of Niui or the wrath of Conn! From his heart to his brow the blood makes path, And hangs there, a red cloud, beneath his crown. Is there anv who knows not, from south to north. That Laeghaire to-morrow his birthday keeps? No lire may be lit upon bill or hearth Till the King’s strong tire in its kingly mirth lip rushes from Tara’s palace steeps! Yet Patrick has lighted his Paschal Are At Slane—it is holy Saturday—\nd bles-s’d his font ’mid tho chanting choir! From liil! to hill the liamo makes way. While the King looks on it his eyes with ire Flash red, like Mars, under tresses grey. The great King’s captains with drawn swords roso: To avenge their Lord and the State they swore; The Druids rose and their garments tore; ‘ ‘ The strangers to us and our Gods are foes! ” Then the King to Patrick a herald sent, Who said, ‘ ‘ Come up at noon and show Who lit thy...

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Processes for Canonization. Blessed Joseph Labre and Venerable Andrea da Burgio—Great Gathering at the Vatican—Words of Pius IX. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Processes for Canonization. Blessed Joseph Labre and Venerable Andrea da Burgio—Great Gathering at the Vatican—Words of Pius IX. CONNEELAN. From our Special Roman Correspondent. On Sunday, the 9th of February, and Septuagesima Sunday, the Throne Room in the Vatican presented a spectacle which, even in the midst of the present sorrows, opens the heart to consolation and to hope. Two men distinguished for their superhuman virtue, received from the mouth of the Sovereign Pontiff that supreme praise which the Church bestows upon its more beloved children. One is the Blessed Joseph Labre, whose process of canonization was fulfilled on Sunday, the other is the Venerable Andrea da Burgio, the process for whom received on Sunday its first solemn act. * The faithful in Rome are well acquainted with the holy and precious life of Labre, this stupendous example of the greatest humility and of Christa in poverty, and of such piety that, although almost a whole century has passed away since he li...

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Our Canada Letter. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Our Canada Letter. Ottawa, March 7, 1873. The Dominion Parliament Is now in session, having boen called together the day before yesterday, when the election for Speaker took place, which resulted in favor of the lion. James Cockburn, who was the Government candidate; he was elected unanimously, the Opposition withdrawing their candidate beforehand. There was some expectation of a party conflict on this occasion. but 1 suppose that the Opposition would not risk a defeat, as their forces are not yet organized, they having only the day before elected tlieir leader in caucus assembled. Their new r leader is the Hon. Eil ward Ulakc. A man of remarkable ability, in fact, the greatest Intellect in the House, and this accounts for it, he is an Irishman. He has not yet reached the prime of life, being only 38 years old; but be is now at the head of the Ontario Chancery Ear, and the great constitutional authority of the House. In person, he has a very commanding physique, being over six feet ...

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Noted Irish Lawyers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Noted Irish Lawyers. BY ALEXANDER YOUNG. For The Pilot. Although Irish-Americans have had among them no such brilliant advocates as have adorned the bar of the Old Country, yet in Charles O’Conor, James T. Brady and Thomas Addis Emmet, they have shown that forensic genius will bear transplanting. Certainly no man deserves better the respect both of Americans and Irishmen than the accomplished advocate and jurist who has preserved his character untarnished amid the corruptions of a bench and bar which he has not unsuccessfully endeavored to purify. No one who lias listened to Charles O’Conor’s weighty expositions of law will dispute his claims to professional ability. But few are aware of the kindness and generosity which he has shown towards struggling merit, or the powers of wit and sarcasm which underlie the bland courtesy of his demeanor. It has been wittily said that liis name rhymes only with honor, aud the resemblance is not merely nominal. We have space for only one of bis of...

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The Atlantic Steamers. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The Atlantic Steamers. J. P. McDONNELL. A course of articles has appeared of late in the Now York papers on the treatment of emigrants. The writer, Mr. J. P. M’Donncll, has evidently made a serious study of this most important subject, and his words are attracting more and more attention. The following is an interesting extract from his last letter to the N. Y. Herald : 1 will gladly admit that the general arrangements are superior on one or two of the Atlantic lines; but even on the best of them there is room for improvement. During the past couple of weeks I have inspected some of the vessels in port, and have discovered the vessels of one or two lines of more modern establishment to be superior in their steerage arrangements; but such vessels remind one of the desert oasis. But of the treatment and fare outside of port on such vessels I can say nothing. Many of the lines are bad, and that the general treatment is infamous is a fact which I can establish by the testimony of hundre...

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Why the Italians Emigrate. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Why the Italians Emigrate. From the Italian correspondence of the Boston Daily Advertiser, we take t'ie following, showing the class of people who emigrate from Italy, and their reasons for so doing:— Pas.-dug, then, from the negative to the positive side of the question, I may say that I have been in a position to know what sort of people are desirous of leaving Italy, and what their reasons are. I have sometimes conversed with eight or ten in a single day, coming.alone or in parties, and I know that the number who apply at the place of which I speak —the United States consulate, in Naples—will amount to many hundreds in a twelvemonth. Of my own observation I know that similar applications are constantly made at the consulates in ltome and at Venice, and 1 have no doubt they are made all over Italy. The applicants have heard of America, and on asking for the American consulate policemen and municipal guards naturally send them first to that of the United States. They all wish to em...

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Catholic Resistance in Silesia. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Catholic Resistance in Silesia. An appeal to the Catholics of Silesia, signed by, among others, “ three lioval chamberlains,” which (lie“ Government papers denounce as inciting to disloyal y, and as of the same spirit with the Papal Allocution, is now being circulated in that province. The following is a translation of tho document: —‘‘ Catholics of Silesia :—ln the conflict now being waged against our holy Church by the Liberal party supported by powerful influences, it is evident that next to God wc must rely only upon ourselves. The existence of this our Church is itself endangered by a tendency of the time hostile to Christianity against which the hemic band of the Centre alone has contended with remarkable devotion and splendid eloquence. This is openly acknowledged as the end of the struggle. Only a parliamentary representation in harmony with the views of the Catholic population can introduce a better state of things. Well! In a short time the new elections come on. Silesia, ...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

THE PILOT IS I'Ul LI SUED BY PATRICK DONAHOE, SCO Washlngtok Street, BOSTON, MASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ARE TO BE ADDRESSED. CONDITIONS. 15 ALL OASES IS ADVANCE. Delivered by Carriers in Boston ©:l OO “ »• six months 150 . “ “ four months 1 OO Single Subscribers, by Mall , one year 2 50 »* “ •* six months,... 1 25 * • “ “ three months. 05 Clubs of three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO “ “ * k “ slxmonthsl OO tv kk “ three " ®0 To Ireland (U. S. postage prepaid) 3 OO Tiostoii Wholesale Dealers i NEW ENGLAND NEWS CO., Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. KICK. McCAItY. No. 9 Thatcher court. No. End,

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall H Her, Mass. -I. P. POPE. Lawrence, Mass.—M. RINN. Stw Haven, Conn.—EDWARD DOWNES. Providence, 15. I.—TILLING HAST & MASON : S. S. COLLINS, 23 Mathewscn street. Sew Vork City .-THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, \. V.—M. KEVIN. . ! viiv \\ QinorT CUES.692Broadway T-s r‘ nj A\ h t uo U. ey, 182 River street, wsweco, i». I.—nj'.UKttrJ 11. HEES. Bukalo, A. V.—T.S.HAWKS, 1.1 E. Seneca st. PUiimUOylUa, Pa.-CENTRAL NEWS CO., 50a Chestnut street. Erie, Fa.-SEIX & BACKUS, 708 State street, and Iso. It* Park Row. Baltimore, MiI —II.TAYLOR,Sun Ironß’dins Cicveland. O. - il. KRA.MEIt, RAWSON V All U «£ VV. Cincinnati, O.—THE CINCINNATI NEWS CO J.P.WALSHjJ.RICII ARDS ;J.R. HAWLEY. Chicago, 111.—WESTERN NE W S CO. St. Louis, Mo.—PATRICK COX; ST. LOUIS BOOK & NEWS CO. Louisville, Ky.—A. GUNTER ;C.T.DEARING Milwnukie, I Vis.—WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Mich.—J. A.ROYS: MICH. NEWS CO San Francisco, Cal.—M. EL...

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