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Festivity on a Cunard Steamer. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Festivity on a Cunard Steamer. On Saturday, (he Bth instant, Mr. James Alexander, General Agent of the Cunard Line in Boston, entertained the Xew England agents of the Company, and other gentlemen, on hoard the steamship Samaria, Captainßiliings. Tho company numbered about one hundred and fifty persons. Gilmore’s Band furnished excellent music throughout the entertainment. The occasion was one of real enjoyment, and the company renewed tho hearty good will of its agents and friends. Speeches, suitable to the gathering, were made by Mr. Donahoe, of The Pilot, Mr. Edward Ryan, Mr. Thomas J. Gargan, and several others. The magnificent proportions and fittings of the Samaria were viewed with interest. The vessel was ready for sea, and looked her best. Tho well-pleased company waved her a hopeful farewell in the afternoon, and at five, p. m., she sailed for Liverpool. The following is a list of tho Agents who dined on board the SS. Samaria, Boston:— Patrick Donalioc, of The Pilot. Willia...

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Disasters by Sea and Land. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Disasters by Sea and Land. Terrible Explosion ix France. —On March 8, a terrible explosion occurred iu a cartridge manufactory at Fort Mont j Valeri on, near Paris, by which twenty - eight persons were injured, twelve of whom cannot recover. Great Fire ix Woburn, Mass.—On the night of the Cth a terrible fire broke out in "Woburn , and many houses were burned. The entire loss was §50,000. Steamers went ironi Boston, but arrived too late. The heaviest loser was Mr. Joseph Kelley, one of the Selectmen, who owned Kelley's Block, which was entirely destroyed. Great Fire in Blossiwbg, Pa. —The ’business portion of Blossburg, Pa., was burned on the 6th inst. Loss $100,000; insurance, SOO,OOO. The fire originated in the cellar of the fancy store of May & .Silverman, cause not 'known. Thirty live buildings, containing about forty-five places of business, together with the Eagle Hotel, which comprises nearly the entire business portion of the town, were destroyed. Many buildings w...

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LATEST STEAMER NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

LATEST STEAMER NEWS. ROME. Crime. Whether crime is-on the increase, It appears that rfrrests are. Tho official statement tells us thut in the week from the 27th of January to 2nd of Febr ary the arrests have been 921, among these twentysix tcotended. Deaths Excecil Bhihs, The London Tablet correspondent says: “As I have given you some of the statistics of the inoiclity of Rome, it may interest your readers to know something oi its healthiness. In the first place the deaths almost invariably exceed the births; lor example, in tho week from 20th to 27th cf January there were 177 births and 191 deaths. In the official statement for the wholeyear.it appears that the deaths in Rome are 35.5 in a thousand; in Florence the proportion is the same; in Naples 32 in a thousand, while in London, about the healthiest city in the world, the deaths are only 17 in a thousand. FRANCE. Illcctornl Reform. Tho Committee on Electoral Reform have decided by nine against four, out of fifteen members, that...

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Obituary. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Obituary. Dr. Cochrane, who was the first introdueerof railroads into Brazil, died a few weeks since at Rio Janeiro. Charles F. Durant, who made the first balloon ascension in America from the Battery in 1833, died at his home in Jersey Gity, March 4. On one occasion; when he went up from Boston Common, ho came down in the Atlantic Ocean; and on another, starting from Baltimore, lie landed on the steamer Independence, In Chesapeake Bay. Gen. Edward Johnson, an officer of the United Stales army in the Florida and Aiexican wars and in the Confederate army in the civil war, died at Richmond, on Sunday, March 2. He was fifty-seven years of age. Alr. William H. Hopkins, a member of the Pennsylvania Constitutional Convention, and one of the oldest and most highly esteemed of the public men in the State died on A1 arch 5, in Pittsburg. Pa., while on his way to his home in Washington county, where he was bom in ISO 4. Wm. Ryan, of Philadelphia, one of the oldest Irish-American residents of ...

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Deaths of Clergymen. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Deaths of Clergymen. Kct.P.l*. Kroes, ft. J.,Georgetown, D.('. Rev. I'. I*. Kroon, S, J., long a pastor of Trinity Church, in Georgetown, 1). C., and for iourteon years pastor of St. Mary’s Church, in Alexandria, Va., died at Georgetown College, I). C., Friday morning. Feb. Hlgr. Dupond, Asotus, Siam. Mgr. Dupond, Bishop of Asotus, in vartibuB, died ttl Bankok, Siam, on the nth of December lust. He was a native of the Diocese of Arras, and was made VicarApostolic of the Eastern District of Siam, in 1801. There were present at his obsequies, the Regent of Siam, Prinoe of the blood-lfoyal, several of the Chief Ministers of State, and all the European Consuls, besides a large concourse of native Christians. Kev. 11. (Intern, Ifahwny, A'. J, The Rev. Father Quinn died at Rahway, N. J.. on Feb. 5, at the age of lifty-four years. He had been in charge of St. Mary’s Church, in thut place, for about twenty years. A Requiem Muss was sung for the repose of the soul of the deceased pastor on S...

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Page 5 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

AN ENTERTAINING PERIODICAL —FOU TIIE—- : HOUSEHOLD! j The Dublin Illustrated Annual for the Year 1373. Mr. Donaboc has just received from the Publisher, C. Smyth, of Dublin, a consignment of this very Interesting Annual. The contents comprise Tales, Sketches, and Poetry, by some of the GREATEST LAVINGIRISH At TlfOlt.*!. It also contains FOUR FULL-PAGE ILLUSTRATIONS by the celebrated Dublin Artist, J. F. O’HE.V. l’rice, 50 cents. Sent free by mail. Address— PATRICK DONAHUE, 860 Washington Street, BOSTON', MASS. mh22:4t To Consumptives. Men have been happy to give their testimony in favor of the use of 14 wilisou’b Puke Cod Liver Oil and Lime.” Experience lias proved It to be a valuable remedy for Consumption. Asthma, Diphtheria, and all diseases of the Throat arid Lungs. Manufactured only by A. it Wilbor, Chemist. No. ICO Court street, Boston. Sold by Ih-nggists generally. mh22:lt:s " FARMS FOR SALE ! Western New York. ONE FARM OF 800 AGUES, 3 miles from Franklluville Slation. on the...

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FATHER BURKE ON ST. COLUMBKILLE. Lecture in St. Columba's Church, New York City. Graee and Nature Work out the character of a Saint,--Natural and Supernaturat Side of the Saint,--The saint Partakes of the Charaeteristics of the Nation,--The Three Angels of Heaven : Divine Virtue, Divine Wisdon, and Divine Spirit of Prophcey.--Ancient Ireland the University of the World, Etc., Etc.,Etc., [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

FATHER BURKE ON ST. COLUMBKILLE. Lecture in St. Columba's Church, New York City. Graee and Nature Work out the character of a Saint,--Natural and Supernaturat Side of the Saint,--The saint Partakes of the Charaeteristics of the Nation,--The Three Angels of Heaven : Divine Virtue, Divine Wisdon, and Divine Spirit of Prophcey.--Ancient Ireland the University of the World, Etc., Etc.,Etc., The following is a lecture delivered by tlie Very Rev. Father Burke, in St. Columba’s Church, New York (the Rev. Father McAleer, pastor), on St. Columbkille. It has not been hitherto published, owing to the press upon our columns of flic later discourses of the eloquent Dominican. It comes to our readers, though not liis last words, soon after liis departure from our shores, like an echo from his temporary exile, teliingus of tlie character and genius of a Saint who seems to bo most dear to the Reverend Father’s heart, and whom he most resembles in uis characteristics and labors : Mr Friends,— There ...

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The Italian in Spain, [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

The Italian in Spain, P. L. CONNELLAN. [The following article comes to us from our Roman Correspondent, and was written before the late unexpected developments took place. Perhaps for this reason it is all the more interesting, as showing how unlooked for, even In the best informed quarters, was the establishment of a Spanish Republic.] The news that reaches us from Madrid, through the columns of the Ministerial journal Iberia, of the 26th of January, brings our attention once,more to the condition of that unhappy peninsula. The Ministerial journal, w r ith serious phrase, declares that very grave news has been announced through letters coining from Grenada. These letters l’elate the discovery of a military conspiracy, ‘ ‘ in a Carlist sense,” in which the greater part if not all the sergeants in the Queen's Regiment are implicated! The project of the conspirators was to rise during the night to the ery r of Viva Carld VII.! leading the soldiers away with them; to take possession of...

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Page 6 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

IMPORTANT WORKS. “ Catholic choice in the present day lies not between education and its negative, n®f, between reading and no reading, but between Christian and un-Christian education, between reading of an injurious and 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 any others; and the proportion of reideni amongst us has increased, is increasing, and cannot be diminished.Cardinai. Wiskm.cn. GEOLOGY AMD HEVELATIOTfi or. The Ancient History of the Earth Considered in the Eight of Geological Facts and Revealed Religion. With Illustrations. 15y the Rev. Gerald Molloy, D.D., Professor of Theology in the Royal College of St. Patrick. Mayuooth. Anew edition. Revised aud enlarged by the author. Elmo. Cloth bevelled. 448 pages. Price $2 50 HALF lim its WITH lIUNII AUTHORS. Selections from Griffin, Lover, Carleton, and Lever. 12mo. Cloth 1,60 TICE T...

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THROUGH DEATH TO LITE. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

THROUGH DEATH TO LITE. BY HENRY HARBUSH. Have you heard the tale ot the Aloe plant. Away in the sunny clime? jjy bumble growth of a hundred years It reaches its blooming time; And then a wondrous bud at its crown Breaks into a thousand flowers; This floral queen, in its blooming seen, Is the pride of the tropical bowers. < But the plant to the flower is a sacrifice, Bor it blooms hut once, and in blooming dies. Have you further heard of this Aloe plant, That grows In the sunny clime. How every one of its thousand flowers, As they drop in the blooming time. Is an infant plant that fastens its roots . In the place where it falls to the ground; And fast as they drop from the dying stem, Grow live) v and lovely around? By dying it liveth a thousand-fold In the young that spring from the death of the old. j Have you heard the tale of the Pelican, The Arabs’ Gitnel el Bahr. That lives in the African solitudes. Where the birds that live lonely are? Have you heard how it loves it...

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THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

THE GATHERER. “ A Snapper-up of Unconsidered Trifles." Order is heaven’s first law.— Pope. A safe robbery is often dangerous. Quick believers need broad shoulders. Make no liaslo to be rich if you would prosper. Sm are and steady gains gives competency •with tranquility of mind. Which goes the quicker? a full minute or a spare m oment i—Pun ch . Half the truth may be a lie in the absence of the other hall. The persons who never complain of short crops are the barbers. Prayers and provender never hindered any man’s journey. Modesty to woman is like moss to the lose; conceals to charm the more. But what is thy duty? The demands of the day. Goethe. Fortunes made in no time are like shirts made in no time—it’s ten to one if they hang long together. If thou art a master, be sometimes blind; if a servant, sometimes deaf.—Fuller. Wise is the Greek saying, “that it is a grevious thing to he extravagantly praised.” The assessed value of property in Minnesota has increased $20,000,000 in the ...

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Late Hours and Short Lives. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Late Hours and Short Lives. Among the lesser causes which at prescnt operate against longevity, there is one which is none the less important because so lew take it into account. That is the insidious derangement of the system resultnur from the late hours affected by polite society. The reparatory powers of sleep are seldom recognized any more than the truth thutto yield its fullest benefits this most potent 01 remedies should be ! taken at the proper season. What that season is, nature unmistakably indicates But as now regulated, how many people, an wliat iscal led society, ever get to bed before midnight, at least during the season ? There is a hall or n party or a reception to go to nearly every night, which be gins, on an average, about 10, and ends let ns say, at 2. A young woman who makes it a practice to go to bed at that hour of the morning, for three months hi the year together, need not he surprised to find the roses rapidly lading irom her cheeks. With young men, the res...

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Page 7 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
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Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Help for Old I The Convent of the Holy County Kerry. Inland, the hot Fr;uicis Clare, who has spent yet historical fame of her native I debt, she appeals to her count for help. It is for Ireland, for Starving Poor, of the poorest Country. It is to help to feed I dren. To Clothe and Shelter Children. Those who know, from their what the poor suffer In Ireland, the assistance iliey can gi\e; know may believe mv words, no lure from Fairs or Lotteries remote and the people are 100 upon the well-known genorosll America; it has never faih and; it i The names of all who give and amount given, will be published Pilot, and other papers. The to be sent direct to Sisteu MAit’ Convent of the Holy Cross, Kerry, Ireland, by Post-office C or by a check on any Bank in Ir be made payable to Mary Franc Subscriptions will also be roc ahoe, and forwarded by him tot Clare. The Nun of Kenmare camio plead •with you for the poor, to has given her life, but you will nest appeal to you for help; r ifty 'l hous...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

COTTUST SELLORS. p. a. coixms, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, ■IG Washington street (Room 10), Boston. (Five doors north of State street.) PATRICK J. FLATLEV, ATTORNEY AM) COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 5 Court square, Boston. i'L'J :Iy :7t!i ) J. E. FITZGERALD, COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, JYo. -17 Court st. (Rooms), Jan2:tf Boston. ClI AS. F. DOVM.U.V, ATTORNEY AMD COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, }an2:tf Boston. F. R. O’CONNOR* ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, School street (Niles Block—Office 28.) janl:ly TIIOMAS RILFyT ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ' Jd l3C°nrt square, Jtostou, Bass. THOMAS F. MAGUIRE. ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, No. 13 Court Square, jau2:tf Boston. JOSEPH I>. FALLOA, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, jan2:tf 47 Court street, Boston. JOHN C. CROWLEY, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, Office No. 5 Niles Block, Court Square and School street, Boston. jan2:tf PATRICK O’KEIRNE, ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 195 Broadway, cor. of I)ey, and No. 2 Bey street, Kear the Astor House , NE IV YORK. Reference...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

DECORATORS. BANNERS SOCIETIES, SCHOOLS, &c. Mli. DONAHOE is prepared to receive orders front Societies and Schools for Banner! and Flags, for Processions. The Paintings and Designs will be executed according to the suggestions of the parties ordering, and in the very best manner. Orders respectfully solicited, and estimates furnished. Address PATRICK ItOSAIIOE, SGO Washington st., Uoston, Hass. TESTIMONIALS. Ayer, Mass., Dec. 10,1372. Patrick Donahoe, esq., Boston, Mass. Peak Sib,—The Banner furnished by you for our Division No. 7, Ancient Order of Hibernians, came duly to hand. The Banner, with its magnificent .paintings and various other devices, is indeed beyond our expectations. It is admired by all. For beauty of workmanship, quality, etc., etc., we think it cannot be excelled. Very truly yours, Michael Ryan. St. Mary’s Church, Windsor Locks, Conn,, ? July 8,1872. t Dear Mr. Donahoe —The Banner which you got up for me for our Sunday-school gives general satisfaction...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

ACADEMIES. ACADEMY OF THE SACRED HEART, Elmhurst, Providence, It. I. The Ladles of the Sacred Heart have opened an Aeadenty for Voung Ladies at Elmhurst, Provioem e. Ims beautiful location combines every t,lat caH desired for such an institu“°n;. a lie grounds are spacious, containin'; some thirty acres, varied vvtth lawns and woodland, and a pleasure pond which offers, in their season the amusements of bathing, boating, fishing, and Situated on an eminence, it is dry and healthv and commands a full view of the city and miles of the Narragansett Bay. Tlie plan of studying is the same as that adopted with so much success in the different institutions of tins order, both in this country and iu Europe The Ladies will be prepared to receive pupils on the First day of January, is?:;. Day boarders and day scholars will also be admitted. For further particulars apply to the LADY SUPERIOR, Elmhurst, or to BIGHT REV. DR. HENDRICKEN, Bishop of the Diocese, Providence. jau2:oin ST. PATRICKS YO...

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Page 7 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

GrAS FITTERS. T. F. McGANN, 83 Portland Street, Boston, Brass Finishing and Gas Works, Gas Fixtures and Fittings, and every style oi Church and Public Illuminating made to order, by sending by mail a sample idea oi what is wanted. se7 :Cm :7tb DANIEL LEE, Wrought anti Cast-Iron Pipe, Steam anti Gas Fittings, Brass anil Iron I alves, Cocks, Etc« Steam Boilers, Portable Fiigines, Steam Pumps and Steam Ilea ting Apparatus, 58 Friend Street, Boston. Special attention given to the fitting up of BuildII l“c,.t | ‘''fyain and Gas Pipe, and the connecting or tateam Boilers. Churches, Halls, and other public buildings, heated by steam in the most ap?ua. V Ta manner. lam permitted to refer to PatA ,O ? ahoe ’. es( l• • whose building on l'rauk--1“ B &eet wa ! heated with steam by me; also, to Adams, Bay State, and Eagle sugar Refineries ian2:tf ( >AL DEALEHsV COAL At the Lowest Market Price, OF TUB BEST QFABITY, Delivered in any Part of tlic City. FOR SALE BY BOSWORTH &...

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