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Page 7 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

MEDICINES. BISHOP SOULE’S K BWg i Is a positive cure for Sciatica, Lbeumatism, Net Back a ’snr !ln S pl T 1 ?, 1 *‘ ' < ords . Larne Back, Sprains, etc. It lias cared cases riven up •>y physicians as liopeless, and is the oni y <■ vk - TA!X CURE FOR SCIATICA. Try it, lt'will cure >OUv Always procure large bottles for severe cases Large bottles,sl.so. small bottles. 75 cts. Sold by all druggists. F. W. RYDER & SON proprietors, Boston. Mass. Scud stamp for •• Household Cash Look.” febB.ly:eop:7 ATWOOD’S QUININE TONIC BITTERS! Tile Best Tonic and Stomachic ever offered the Public. It will Improve your Appetite , Facilitate Digestion., Give Tone to the Nervous System , Vigor to every Organ of the body, thereby Imparting Health and Strength. There is no remedy so good for Langour and Debility, whether general or following acute disease. The Medical Faculty endorse it for Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Nervous Debility, and all Diseases arisin...

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Page 8 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873
Publication Title: Pilot
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Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

SECOND ED.; LATEST CABLE DES The Irish Univei The Ministry I The Irish A London, March 12—S A. of Commons to-night, aft debate, rejected Mr. Glads versify bill. The result of tlio division as follows For the bill Against it Majority against tlio bil London, March 12. —Tt House of Commons last 1 defeat of the ministry on t sityßill was announced, is The excitement in the ga floor was intense, while f he measure indulged in tui for its rejection. After the announcement i Gladstone arose and said: given is certainly of a gi As the House never wishe: deliberations when the e government is in doubt, journment until Thursday. The motion was carried. Mr. Gladstone Tenders don> Mr. Gladstone waited on at Buckingham Palace at tender his resignation. It Ruining Gladstone in I The students of Trinity ( University, have burned G figy. Kc ports from. Another S London, March 12.—[Sp< York World, j—The Cabinet to-day without arriving at i Gladstone is anxious to re wholly fro...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

DEATHS Notices like th'.> following are iu: MASSACHIJSE QCIKK—In East Boston, Elli Thomas Quirk, a native of Bal' Clare, Ireland. May her soul r ( l:ue papers please copy. SEW YORK C VIKE —Feb. ‘2l, Thomas Pine | nagli, county Tipperary, Irelan i of his age. i O’Gorman—Feb. 17, Janies th e of the City of Londonderry 1 merly ot St. John. 7s'. JJ. I Murphy—March 2. John Mu county Cavan, Ireland, aged S3. O’Connell—March 1. Gather merly of Middleton, county Cos 95 veartu llarAett—March 2, Eduioi the of Mallow, county Cork. Ir i Carey—James Carey, a nail Clare, aged 63. Aiieabn—March 2, Terence pah, t’appaqiiinu, county Wa 1 aired 28 years and 9 mouths. BERGEN—Feb. 28,Eliza Bergi Bergen, a native of Maguire’s B managh, Ireland, aged 50. Farrell—March 5. William of the parish of Drumeliff, con in the 72d year of his age. McCabe—March 7, Thomas mecue, county Cavan, Ireland, his age. Malone—March 8, Thomas of the parish of Kilkundy, conn in Ms 4-’d year. Bradley— March G, Owen B...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

OBITUARY. Notices like the following 1 are Inserted at the rate of 12 lines or under for $1.50. For every additional 12 lines or less, 51.50. DiKD.iu E. Cambridge, Mass.,March6, Mary, wife of Charles Liuehan (maiden name Mary Daily), aged 89 years. The deceased was a native of the county Cork, Ireland, and the sad announcement of her death will touch many hearts in her early home, as well as here in 'that of her adoption and cherished circle of relatives and friends. Her loss, however, will be most keenly felt by the bereaved husband, Mr. Charles Lineliau. now of Cambridge, Mass., and formerly of county Cork, in whose sorrowing feeling the memory of her, who has gone for ever, will linger long and lovingly after her familiar presence has faded away. She was a good Catholic and faitblul wife,'with a true womanly heart brimming with kindness and charity for the poor, ller pure life of religion and good deeds will not soon be forgotten, nor will their frutLs in the fond remembrance of ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 4 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

T H E CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY CELEBRATE AXNTY Fits’ V Public Dinner —IN THE—PARKER HOUSE, —ON— Monday livening, March 17, 1873, at G O’clock. COMMITTEE OF ARRANGEMENTS. i Martin Lennon, P. F. Grlffln, Thomas Riley. John Divvcr, Michael Doherty, Joseph D. Fallon, Hugh O’Brien, Thomas J. Gargan, Janies H. Tallon, Thomas Dolan, John Magratli, Patrick Collins, Bernard Corr. Tickets, S'i.OO. To be procured of the members of the Committee, at Tin: Pilot Bookstore, SCO Washington street, and at the Parker House, j on St. Patrick’s Day. mhl6:2t:B j ST. PATRICK’S MIGHT!!j GREAT ATTRACTION AT MUSIC HALL, Monday, March 17, ’73. THE BOYS —OF THE— House of the Angel Guardian —WILL GIVE— Their Annual Popular CONCERT & EXHIBITION Monday Evening, March 17. GRAND PROGRAMME! CONSISTING OF Play, for the Occasion, Comic & Sentimental Songs, | Irish National Dances, j Duetts, Choruses, i Gymnastic & Acrobatic Feats, A Full Brass Band, Etc. r l v he Wliole to Conclude...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 5 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

Will Open on Monday IMMENSE BARGAINS —r SUMMER —A' 87 1-2 cts.,sl, and $1.25. ALSO, AN ELEGANT LINE OF NEW colored silks, In all Latest Shades, Prices, $2.50 and $3.00, Worth $3.00 and $3.50. Don’t Fail to Examine the Assortment. SHEPARD, XORWELL & CO., 30 <fc 34 WINTEK STREET. . mli22:lt Important to Buyers —OF—PASSAGE TICKETS. Alter this date, all persons buying Passage Tickets from S. S. COLLINS will have their friends met at the Boat or Train, and conveyed, with their baggage, FREE of charge, to any part of the Citv or surroundings. Drafts at lowest rates. 8. H. COLLIAN, IVos. 5 & 7 Ratliewson street, opposite Grace Church, Providence, R. I. N.B.—Ten thousand dollars worth of Books to be sold, at a discount of from 20 to 50 cents on the dollar, at the above address. mhl:ly The Young Crusader; AN ILLUSTRATED CATHOLIC MAGAZINE. ; PUBLISHED MONTHLY FOR THE ENTERTAINMENT AND INSTRUCTION OF THE YOUNG. A charming story for the young is now appear- | ...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 6 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

TO cSo FROM EUROPE. Passengers Brought PROM ' Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales, hy all the Steamers landing at Boston and New York, at Tin; lowkst raths. Also passengers sent to the above places from Boston and New Y ork, bv all the Steamers, at the lowest RATES. RATES OF PASSAGE Prom Queenstown, Liverpool. Loudon. Glasgow, Londonderry. Bristol, or Cardiff. t lildron from one to twelve years, $l6. Infants under one year, 83. I>°m America to the Oltl World—s3o. Children under twelve years half price. Intants under one year free. Address or call at — Temple Place, Boston, at Rooms of Emigrant Savings Bank. Letters from the country promptly attended to. Drafts for 11 and upwards, at the lowest rates. mh22:tf PATRICK DOXAHOE. PASSAGE TICKETS TO OR FROM Queenstown or Liverpool, 0-1 asgow op Dei- p y, ALSO TO AND PROM LONDON. Steerage from Boston $29 OO “ to “ 31 OO Drafts for Money, PAYABLE IN England,lreland, and Scotland, AJJO LOWEST BATES, MAY BE HAD FROM WARREN &am...

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Page 8 Advertisements Column 7 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 22 March 1873

TO & FROM EUROPE. WHITE STAR LINE. CARRYING the UNITED STATES MAIL BETWEEN New York, Cork, and Liverpool. SEW AND FULL-POWERED STEAMSHIPS. OCEANIC, REPUBLIC, BALTIC. CELTIC, GERMANIC, BRITANNIC ADRIATIC, ATLANTIC, Sailing from New York on Saturdays, front Liverpool on Thursdays, railing at Cork ikuiiox each way. From the White Star Dock, Pavonia Ferry, Jersey City. Passenger accommodations (lor all classes) unrivalled, combining SAFETY, SPEED, AND COMFORT, Saloons, state-rooms, smoking-room, and bathrooms in MIDSHIP section, where least motion is Tell, Surgeons and stewardesses accompany these steamers. RATEES FROM BOSTON—SaIoon, SBO gold Stkkagk—s3o currency to Liverpool, Queenstown, Loudon, Glasgow, Londonderry, Bristol, or Cardiff, —or from the above cities to Boston, S3- currency. Passengers booked to or from all parts of America, *o Paris, Hamburg, Norway, Sweeden, India, Australia, China, &c. Drafts from £1 upwards. For inspection of plans and other inf...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

The Pilot. Re just, and Fear Not. Lot all the ends thou aim'st at he thy God’s, thy country’s, and truth’s. Voi. 36. BOSTON, SATURDAY, MARCH 29, 1873. No. 13.

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SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. Grand Parade in Boston. THE CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY. VARIOUS ENTERTAINMENTS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

SAINT PATRICK’S DAY. Celebration in the United States. Grand Parade in Boston. THE CHARITABLE IRISH SOCIETY. VARIOUS ENTERTAINMENTS. A 4 ' tsiial in the celebration oi this anniversary, in Boston, the most prominent feature of the occasion was the profession, which presented a goodly number of our religious and national societies in this vicinity, combined to honor their country’s Apostle in that manner. The day opened very clear and bright, with unusually good walking, and the only counteracting circumstance was the strong wind which prevailed, sweeping clouds of dust into the faces of the processionists, and particularly on the bridges over which they passed, making rather a hard time for banners and bunting. The procession was somewhat shorter than in former years, owing chiefly to the fact that the temperance societies which paraded on last Father Mathew’s Day did net take part in this, but the deficit was in great measure made up by the full ranks of the various branches of the...

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THE DAY IN OTHER PLACES. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

THE DAY IN OTHER PLACES. 1N CAMBRIDGE, MASS. The day was celebrated in Cambridge by the Irish citizens with an unusually large procession consisting of the fol lowing organizations, accompanied by several bands of music: Cambridge Independent Horse Guards, St. Marv’s Total Abstinence Society; Father Scully’s Temperance Cadets; St. John’s Mutual Relief Association; Mutual Relief Association of Cambridgeport; St. Peter’s Society; Old Cambridge Mutual Relief Association; St. Mary’s Total Abstinence Society, East Cambridge; St. Joseph’s Mutual Relief Association of Old Cambridge; St. Joseph’s Mutual Relief Society of Cambridge. The procession formed on Hampshire street, right resting on Cambridge street, and marched through the principal streets of Cambridge and Somerville, being reviewed by the mayors of both cities. The teachers and children of St. Mary’s Sunday-school gave their usual dramatic and musical entertainment in Union Hall, in the evening, before an audience completely fill...

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Peeps Between Roman Posts. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

Peeps Between Roman Posts. from Our Special ltoman Correspondent. NO. 11. THE IRISH IN ROME. There arc few countries on the earth inhabited by men where it is not possible to find an Irishman. From Svdnev to Samarcand, from Sau Juan to Ceylon, “ Far as the breeze can bear, the billows foam,” the exile of England’s misgovcrnment and cruelty, notwithstanding Mr. Fronde’s historical jocularities, is seen cheerfully working out his life, and shedding, from the fund of national humor with which his birth and descent have provided him, the influence of a light-hearted happiness around him. It is not to be wondered at*that he should be found in Rome. Here, above all other places on the face of the earth, does he feel full scope and expansion lor one side of his nature, and that the predominant side. Religion forms the basis of the Celtic character. It is implanted in the mind of the Celtic youth ; it grows with his growth; it consoles and cheers him in the distresses and trials which, unfo...

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Page 1 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873
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Page 1 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

THE PILOT K I’UILISHED BY PATRICK I) OX All OK, 3GO Washington Street, BOSTON, ]SX ASS., TO WHOM ALL LETTERS ARK TO BE ADDRESSED. CONDITIONS. IN ALL CASES IN ADVANCE. Dcli/ered by Carriers in Boston OO “ “ six months X 50 “ “ four months 1 OO Single Subscribers, by Mail, one year 2 50 “ “ •' six months.... 125 *• 1,1 “ three months. 05 Clubs of three, or more, by Mail, one year 2 OO “ “ “ ** sixmonthsl OO “ “ ** “ three “ 50 To Ireland (.U. S. postage prepaid ) * Boston Wholesale healers : NEW ENGLAND NEWS C 0„ Court street. WILLIAM KEATING, 811 Washington street. BEK. MCCARY. No. 3 Thatcher court. No. End.

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

PRINCIPAL OFFICES. Fall lllver, Mass.—T. P. POPE. L&wrenc#, Mass.— M, RINN. New Haven, Conn.— EDWARD DOWNES. I'rovltleme, 15. I.— TILLING II ASX Ji MASON: S. S. COLLINS, 29 Mathews on street. New York City .-THE AMERICAN NEWS CO., 121 Nassau street. Brooklyn, N. \.—M. KEVIN. Albany, IV. V'.—HER. HUGHES,692Broadway Troy, A. V.—P, ,j. DOOLEY, IS2 River street. g.Y.—GEORGE H. llF.l's. jv\ SUWQ I ■—T.B.HAWKS, 21 E. Srncca st. U * a ’ i>a —CENTRAL NEWS CO., 505 Chestnut street. Erie, Fa .-SELL & BACKUS, 70S State street, and No. 19 Park Row. Baltimore, Mtl.-H.TAYLOR.Sun IronlVding C 1 EVANS d i CO* ~ 1 ' KI{AMEE ’ EAWSONT St. Foals, Mo.—PATRICK FOX; ST. LOUIS BOOK & NEWS CO. Uls Hollis ville,lty.—A. GUNTER ;C.T.DEARING Milwaukie. Wis.-WISCONSIN NEWS CO. WILLIAM ELLIS. Detroit,Midi. —J.A.ROYS: Midi.NEWS CO Sail Franoiseo, Cal.—M. FLOOD. St. Jolm, IN. It.- ISRAEL J. D. LANDRY; P. McCOURT. Halifax, V. S.—THOMAS O'CONNER. Clifton, C. IV.—TUNIS &...

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IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

IRISH FAMILY NAMES. SKETCHES OF THEIR ORIGIN AND HISTORY. BY LAFFAN. Orman.— I This surname Iras been mentioned as AngloIrish, and said to he a modification of Ormonde. It is not prominent in our Annals. O’Brien— Fagan .—I .—O’Brien is one of the most ancient, of our surnames. II. —Fagan is comparatively modern, and adopted name.of an OTlaaau sept. Clancy—Glancy.— These names are traced by Dr. John O’Doliovan to the ancient surname of Mag-Flanu-cliada, which was borne by a sept, formerly lords of Dartraighe, withju the limits of the present barony of liossclogher, county Leitrim, Ireland. Mag-Flanuehada has been generally anglicized Mac Clancy, or, briefly, Clancy. Lynen.— ln reply to our very welcome correspondent, Miss Lizzie Magliran, Middle Valley, we would state that Lynen is old, of old Irish origin, and is regarded as a modern form of the ancient name of O’Luinin, borne bv a sept which supplied Erenagbs to Ardo, parish of Derryvullen, county Fermanagh, for many generations. S...

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THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

THE WICKED WOODS OF TOBEREEVIL; OR, The Ancestral Curse Removed. BY MISS MULHOLLAND. AUTHOR OF “HESTER'S HISTORY.” PART 11. CHAPTER IX. THE TRUE LOVK. Now that they had so exacting an inmate as Miss Arclibold at Monasterlea, it required all May’s industry to keep things as they ever had been, to stop little gaps in the household arrangements made by the irregular demands of the visitor upon everybody’s time. Katherine was pleased to leave her gowns about her room upon the floor in heaps, her petticoats flung on the bed, lier slippers in different corners, and the delicate silk hose tossed among her eambric pocket handkerchiefs. Her cosmetics and hair-brushes, her pin-boxes and cream-pots, her essence-bottles and jew-el-cases, and powder-puffs, together with the novel she had been reading, were found every morning in wild confusion upon her toilet-table. Bridget was expected to reduce the place to order, and this was a work of time; for what with her awe which made her hesitate, her ...

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LATEST IRISH NEWS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

LATEST IRISH NEWS. Dates to February 28. ANTRIM. New Coast-Guard Station.—Tho new •oast-guard station, at Ballycastle, is rapidly advancing towards completion. When finished, the station will bo one of tho prettiest, and, at the same time, one of the most agreeably situated on the western coast.— Ballitui Herald. Belfast Riot Claims.— I The Law and Police Committees of the Town Council, Belfast, resumed the hearing of the claims arising out of the late riots, Feb. 21, in tho Recorder’s Court. Mr. John Rea anplied to have tho two applications made by the lit. Rev. Dr. Don-ion, for damage done to the-National Schools, held over. Amid much merriment, he urged, as the grounds ol his application, that he should be absent at Lisburn, on Feb. 24, to contest the election against Sir Richard Wallace.—Dundalk Democrat. CORK. Drowning at Haulbowline. —A man was drowned at Haulbowline, Feb. 25, by tho overturning of a raft. Snow.—There has been a heavy fall of snow throughout the county. In Que...

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MISCELLANEOUS. [Newspaper Article] — Pilot — 29 March 1873

MISCELLANEOUS. National School Teachers.—Tlio National education Board has decided on a modification of the regulation respecting the contracts between the teachers and managers of National schools. Death ova Philanthropist.— The death is announced of JamesHaughton. esq., the truly excellent philanthropist of Dublin, who was an esteemed friend of O’Connell, and a special aid to the illustrious Father Matthew in the Temperance Movement. Drixkingon Sundays. —Sir Dominic Corrigan, M. P. for Dublin, has re-introduced into the House of Commons his Bill for closing public houses altogether on Sundays. Both Whig and Tory members have ‘ ‘ backed ” the measure. The New Valuation Bill.— Mr. Synan in the House of Commons stated that the proposed new valuation for Ireland -would bo of no earthly use if the Irish people have to pay for the valuation out of their own pockets. The O’Conor Don agreed with Mr. Synan. Leave was given to bring in the Bill. Pastoral from Card. Cullen. Cardinal Cullen h...

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