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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

mm. THE BAYLOB QUARTERLY. CONDUCTED DY THE LITERARY SOCIETIES OF BAYLOR FEMALE COLLEGE—THE ACADEMIA AND THE HISTORICAL. Vol. 1. BELTON, TEXAS, FEBRUARY, 1888.. No: 3. MY BIRTHDAY. Whlttier, the poet, celebrated his 80th birth- day on Saturday, the 17th of December. These beautiful lines were written by him for the oc- casion : Beneath the moonlight and the snow Lies dead my latest year; The winter winds are wailing low Its dirges in my ear. I grieve not with the mourning wind As if a loss befell; Before me, even as behind, God is, and all is well! Kest for the weary hands Í9 good, And love for hearts that pine, But let the manly habitude Of uprfght souls be mine. Let winds that blow from heaven refresh, Dear Lord, the languid air; And let the weakness of the flesh Thy strength of spirit share. And, if the eye must fall of light, The ear forget to hear, Make clearer still the spirit's sight, More line the inward car! 8e near me in my hours of need —-—To KootliQ, or warn. And uown tne...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

THE QUARTERLY. OUB LEADER. They tell us that we mast have a leader. Ugh! What do we know about a leader? ''Rather a lengthy grave, dignified discussion of some important current question." Yes, we accept the definition. But that is not the leader. If we had thought of it in time we would have begged one of our city editors or ambitious politi- cians to do the thing up for us; but it is too i at e. Suppose we gather up some dots we find on the fly leaf of our lecture book. That's the idea. Hear the •echoes from the President's den. Here they come. Would you adviso us to teach, Doctor? Yes, if you can make up your mind to teach from right motives. If you propose to take the care of immortal souls just to make a little money, or wear awiy two or three years before capturing a husband, it WDuld be better to learn millinery, butter-making or gardening. What is the greatest difficulty one encounters in conducting a school like Baylor? The withholding c f contidense on the part of some pat...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

1 THE QUARTERLY. 3 LOCALS. Cold, colder, coldest. Snow, snower, snowest. Freeze, freezer, freezest. Now! we are all "frizzed." We are sorry to lose three of our most charming girls, Misses Pace, Thomson and Langley. Their ab- sence is only temporary. How we girls enjoy our Reading Room. It is there we spend all of our leisure moments. M. is so very economical—she never cares if anyone is pretty or handsome—so they will "Wear" well. Zula's favorite poet is Milton; Fannie's is Robert Burns; Nell does not admire poets but Admirals— Nelson. Irene is very anxious to take (a) "German." The thought oí it makes Eloise "Blue." Mrs. Rogers, with little daugh- ter, Bessie, of Galveston, visited her daughter, Ida, recently. Mrs. Rogers was very much pleased with Baylor, and "Baylor" with Bessie. a— Maüd's~fávofíte general is "Bon^~ >> Little Miss is a general fav- orite, but she will use slang, her favorite expression being, "Rus- sell, girls, Russell!" Wonderwhy she spells it so? We all ...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

THE QUARTERLY DEATH AT THE ALTAR, An Incident of the Siege of Charles- ton. Annie L. Pickens, eldest daughter oí Gov. rickons of 8. C., was killed while upon the point of being united in matrimony to Lieut. Laltocheelle, by the bursting of a bomb, in her father's mansion, April23,18«:j. t To the Annie of South Carolina, whom I hon- or and revere, and whom Ifdiall always look upon as an ideal Christian, Wife and Mother, these lines are respectfully dedicated as a trib- ute ol'all'eetion by the author. The smoke ofbattlelields has cleared away, And l'eace dotli rule o'er all our land to-day; Still hearts bear wounds whose scars are not yet healed, But bleed as when received; not on the field Have these brave spirits quailed; at home, around The fireside altar, grief, despair, hath crowned Their brows with bitter rue; oh, friends, our swords Have shattered been; may not our words llecount the woes of Southern people o'er. That Sacied South, whose cause is now no more? And while we bow ...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

THE QUARTERLY. THE WOMEN WE NEED. The necessity of female educa- tion is no longer a debatable ques- tion. We need no Woman's Rights conventions, ecclesiastical decisions, or startling periodical literature to announce the rela- tions ot the sex, define its sphere or defend its rights. The voice of inspiration proclaims the rights of women, and the unfettered action of Christianity reveals her true sphere. A denial of inspiration and its consequent influence upon human action, simply consign her to ignorance and domestic servitude while the cordial acceptance of re- vealed religion involves a conces- sion of every right and privilege that will increase her power. We need not admit the dogVna of hin- equality with man, nor the contest- ed theory of her inferiority. The. fact is, in her sphere she is the superior; out of that sphere she is unlike the being who was made for the companion of man and the attendant of Jesus. What the Bible teaches as to the sphere of woman, for its wants ...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

m I- 6 THE BELLS. A PAOODT. liY C. II. WEDKMEYEU. Hear tlie teacher with the bells- Rising bells— What a world of misery their turbulency tells! How they Jangle, (angle, jangle, Through the icy air of morn! While the stars that scam to dangle Loosely to and fro in scorn- Keeping up a hum with a baser beat of drum To the most merciless measure that so woe- fully wells From th« bells, rising bells— From the jangling and wrangling rising bells! Hear the tuneful table bells. Table bells— What a world of solid comfort their calling foretells! And of daiuty dishes that delight The schoolboy's ravenous appetite! Soon a thousand flying feet Begin i o fall. As they hasten swift and fleet Stalking, stumbling down the stairs to find a seat Within the hall, Long and longor still thoy pour O'er Pea-pie Association's* plenteous store; llow they swell As they tell Of the music f the bell— The soft silvery bell, The jingling and the tinkling Of the breakfast ball, Of the bell the dinner bell, suppe...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

THE QUARTERLY. THE SECBET OF SUCCESS. The following letter from«a gentle- man occupying a high position in Texas, addressed to his daughter, will be read with interest not only by our associates but by thoughful parents. My dear Hallie:— * ♦ * * I came back to my work here much invigorated almost, you might say, rejuvenated. I have been constantly employed and with the exception of the last day or two have given to the State from 12 to 16 hours of devoted labor. I ought not to tax myself so heavily but there is a fascination about it. I can't keep'my hands and head off of a transcript. ' I have to be very stu- dious and patienb, attentive to every matter and accurat3 in all I do. I find, as I always^have, a great advan- tage in the habit I acquired when young, of being accurate, omitting nothing that might be of value in reaching a correct conclusion. My rule has been to pass over nothing in a half informed, slipshod style, but to absolutely know what I say is cor- rect, know the fa...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
Country/State of Publication: Texas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Baylor Quarterly — 1 February 1888

'V. ril, .V r'í "; ■$; •' fe# i L-'H .' . V 8 THE QUARTERLY. o. t. tttude3i&. -a-. J*. iejimiibze&jejzb]. • J BELTON, TEXAS, - ~n ...... | Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Articles, Oils, &c. PHYSICIANS' PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDED. TUB BEST :Es3Li-^.C3S rtT THE COTOTY to ¡OfTBLBPHOlTE COlSTIsrECTIOIT. F.S.BOWMAN&C0. BOOTS —.6.2;tx>- _ SHOES. 1 u - V F. S. BOWMAN & CO. ItRS. R. B. BAUKNIGHT, DR. PITT S. TURNER, DENTAL SURGEON, BELTON, TEXAS. / Save your Teeth by using Dr. Turn- er's Tooth Tablets and Mouth Balm. beautify. cleanse. preserve. ÜÍÜ DEALER IN—r- Q> [IBIWAK11 MHVH ■ FARM IMPLEMENTS. HELTON, i s g j TE2ÍAS. Ribbons, Trimmings and Motions. BELTON, TEXAS. j. p. osterhout & CO., BMP* - \ I BOOKSELLERS —and- STATIONEES. College, city and country schools supplied; also some Library Books, Poems, Albums, etc. DRUG STORE. . The Home of Sweet Smelling Odors. NICKLE STORE. ISTOTIOUsTS. MAY ft raifT ^-—-5-. { .';7 IOCS ...

Publication Title: Baylor Quarterly, The
Source: The Portal to Texas History
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