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Page 17 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1895
Collet Text BooKs Catholic BooKs —: AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES MAY BE FOUND IN G RE/ Williams' Catholic Bookstore 1386 WASIIIIVGTOX ST. NEAR THE CATHEDRAL PRICES THE LOWEST of FELIX /*\ARLIER Davis &amp; Howard Portrait Photographers 352 Washington St., Boston , a m A . v"v Class Photographers for Class of '92-'93-'94. Also Class Photographers of the Boston University Law School, '92Boston Theological University, .Qi-'93; Concord High School, ,^2-, p3; Boston Latin "School, Cambridge Latin School, '94; Boston College, *92-'94; Emerson School of Oratory, *94. We invite your attention to our work of the class, and will guarantee our work to be up to the standard of '93. IReinstein Brothers, Importers and Jobbers of ballots' trimmings, 46 Summer Street, Opp. Chauncy Street, BOSTON. Philip J. Farley, Httornep &amp; Counsellor at 3La\v, 11 Barrister's Hall, Corner Merrimack and Central Streets, LOWELL, MASS. Edward J. Flynn, • ' - &gt; ■ '■ ' - Httornes an&amp...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1895
IT* TO P A Al\ TTO TVTI""* O O ' &lt;ee P one's self advised of the advantages offered in ¥ M Nil 111 Ti l the improved forms, of insurance contracts issued by "The f 61111 Milt! I3il The Endowment policies of this Company are the perfection of protective investment. And always purchase your insurance direct All desired information to aid you in the selection of And save, brokers' commissions this, tor any other plan of Insurance, will be furnished you As we sell direct from company 011 the receipt of your age and address. - And our business is exclusively Life Insurance. K- A 1 C fcJt I I •• - SPECIAL. AGENTS FOR ... tx r'Y&amp;COUgO, Tbe Penn Actual Life Insurance Co. 29 MILK STREET, BOSTON, MHSS. Connected by Telephone JOHN J. CUDDIHY, North River Flagging Stone, ... anfc Blue Stone ♦.. OFFICES. 562 Albany St., opp. E. Dedham. Mechanics' Exchange, 17 Otis St. flaster Builders' Ass'n, 166 Devonshire St. s. Wharf, 562 Albany Street. FLYNN X MAHONY, Pufllistisrs and ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1895
P. KELLY Confectioner and Caterer Parties, Banquets and Weddings Catered for. Festivals, Balls and other Parties supplied with Ice Cream, Frozen Pudding and Fancy Ices at short notice and special prices. Wedding and Fancy Cake constantly, on hand. 39 &amp; 41 CHARLES STREET, BOSTON COLLEGE, 761 Harrison Avenue. * *■« * This Institution, under the care of the Fathers of the Society of Jesus, is intended for Day Scholars only. The Classical Department begins the study of the ancient languages ajid conducts-, the student through the ordinary collegiate course to graduation. The course in the English Department lasts four years, and embraces such branches as are requisite for a non-professional or business life. The first session begins-on the first Monday in September, the second, on the first' Monday in February. Terms : $30.00 per session of five months, payable in advance. Catalogues may be obtained at the Catholic bookstores, or at the College. REV. T. S. J., President.
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 April 1895
JAMES E. HAYES JOHN H. O'NEIL HAYES &amp; O'JHEIL, Counsellors at ULaw, 27 School Street. Room ,65-66, motarg public. _ BOSTON. D, A. BOONE. C. W. BELT DANIEL J. BOONE J CO. HltaTmincs L . 112 East German Street _ BALTIHORE, Md Keilty &amp; Cummins, (Late with Bros.) Sill A SPECIALTY. * Cash, or Credit. 828 Washington Street, Boston. Corner Common St., near Atkinson Furniture Co. J, R. KEILTY THOS. P. CUMMINS.
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
COELICOLAE ARCHIEPISCOPO CARISSIPIO CORONAM GLORIAE IMMARCESSIBILEM NECTITE ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS. The Students of Bosto/f College offer to the Bishop and Pastor of their souls this slight token of loyalty. 0. JUVENES CUSTODI OPTIMO JUBILAEUM SACERDOTALE CELEBRANTI CARMINA PANGITE
"THROUGH FIFTY YEARS CHRIST'S FAITHFUL SENTRY." [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
"THROUGH FIFTY YEARS CHRIST'S FAITHFUL SENTRY." "Thou shalt sanctify the fiftieth year, because it is the year of jubilee." — Lev. xxv. 10. Some lives are garlands; every passing year An interwoven flower of kind And hue diverse, and framed to bind About the brows we honor and revere. And some are harps, that add each year a string Of richest metal 'till the whole Makes golden music in the soul, When jubilees their days of jovance bring. —F. A. C., 'B4.
"LIKE A TREE PLANTED BY THE SIDE OF RUNNING WATERS." [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
"LIKE A TREE PLANTED BY THE SIDE OF RUNNING WATERS." " Series in coelum redeas diuque Laetus intersis fopulo." When blustering north winds ceased to chafe the strand, And gentler seasons, born of mellower light, Brought violet-wreathed hours, and the tilth was bright With spring, and bursting May-buds crowned the land, Out of the fruitful earth, the mustard seed, (Which is the least of all seeds) thrust its blade : And as the days waxed warm the shoot was made A mighty growth; and many in their need Found shelter from the sun-darts, when the skyWas fervor-rift and summer's brow was hot. And many a weary wing its branches sought From where the morn-laved eastern waters plv, — Murmuring their incessant lull-a-bv Through drooping poppy heads and dull mid-air, And whence the faded west enshrouds the glare Of heaven's splendor, when the night is nigh. ******** Hail! mystic spring-tide of a Sabbath year, O holy budding of a sacred germ! Lo! how the new day beameth and the sprout is firm, ...
LIFE AND DEATH. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
LIFE AND DEATH. RESPECTFULLY INSCRIBED TO HIS GRACE ARCHBISHOP WILLIAMS, OX THE OCCASION OF HIS GOLDEN JUBILEE. I. Out of the regions of eternal splendor, A spirit garmented and winged with light, The self-existent One, the Father tender, Throned amid clouds insufferably bright, Evoked, and bidding it with beauty dight Into llis presence thus His Words addressed To Death, whose robes were woven out of night And of the black eclipse beloved the best, And Life, who prinked with pearls her variegated vest. 11. " Spirit of beauty, and of love and light, Whose being, formless, but informing runs Through all the myriad modes of day and night, Fromfthe amceba to the quenchless suns : And thou, fair spirit whom thy sister shuns, As sunlight shadow, ye have been to me Loyal and faithful as sequestered nuns, Since o'er the world I flashed my Majesty, And out of chaos called the myriad worlds that be. 111. "And from eternity, that fountain whence All forms that were, or are, or will be, flow, ...
OUR EXALTED GUIDE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
OUR EXALTED GUIDE. Greater than regal dignities, O Priest, Thy grace of soul; fair as that sunset gold Night-angels round thy altar-dais fold, When all its mystic glory seems increased, For thee Faith's upward pilgrimage hath ceased. As distant dawn-lit mountain summits, bold In their supremacy of grandeur, hold The first pure beams that wander from the East, Thy hope-anointed brow from that clear height Whither ascends the path thy feet have trod, Gleams in the sacred morning's silver ray, And wears a priceless crown of chastened white, While sounds thy psalter's rhythm nearer God, Far o'er the hosts that falter on His way. Charles F. Martell, , gt
A LEGEND. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
A LEGEND. FROM THE GERMAN. I sat where the willow weepeth, Where the wandering wind repeateth Its lay right mournfully. And the spirit of rest there sought me, And this is the dream it brought me, As I slept by the willow tree : When the hills were crimson-crested, Methought on a mount I rested, Far over the waste of the sea. And anigh me a willow was growing, With the morning's splendor glowing, — Now the mount was Calvary. Then a sound brake on my hearing, Like the voice of a storm-wind nearing, Or the muffled din of the sea; And there followed apace the ramping And the clang of brass, and the tramping And glitter of soldiery. And they came where the willow uplifted Its branches to heaven, and they rifted Its boughs full lustily. And straightway the branches they plaited In scourges for Him they hated, — Meek Jesus of Galillee. Now, it came to pass near noon-tide, That our thorn-crowned Easter Lamb hied To His Cross, past the willow tree ; And He stayed there His step, and turning...
FROM HOME TO THE ALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
FROM HOME TO THE ALTAR. "Lo ! in the far distant gloaming Of the dim, half-forgotten past, While a ray of earth's winning gloiy O'er his young life was cast, He pledged himself in the spring-time Of his youth and his strength to God." Towards the close of the month of April in the year of grace, 1822, there dawned in that part of Boston known as the North End the life of one who was to be a power in the future city, who was to guide the spiritual destinies of many of her citizens, to be revered by the great and cherished by the lowly. The high-minded Cheverus was then guiding the Catholics of Boston and in his time-honored cathedral, on Franklin Street, John Joseph Williams was baptized in the month above mentioned by Rev. Patrick Byrne, rector of the church. The early boyhood of the future archbishop was uneventful. It is said with doubtful truth that when a mere child he attended a public primary school taught by a Mrs. Newmarch on Bedford Street, where he remained for about a yea...
COMMUNICATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
COMMUNICATION. THE business editor rejoices to receive letters like the following : CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY, LOUVAIN, April 25, 1895. Dear Mr. Editor: On reading the last issue of the STYLUS I saw at a glance that " Olaf II." was well worthy of the mantle that had fallen on his shoulders. Fearing he might take it into his head to fire some of those "pellets of paper moistened with ink" at the unfortunate ones still in arrears, I hasten to send you my subscription, hoping it will prove for me, in case of actual fire, pellet-proof. You will excuse my tardy payment of my dues. I wish that young " Archeologo," who wrote on Norumbega in the last issue, would favor us with additional information about Vineland. I hope to explore more thoroughly those regions with him next summer, and compare Professor Horsford's arguments with those advanced by the Italian savants in favor of Ostia Tiberina and Pompeii. In closing let me wish the STYLUS a long and useful career. Those to whom I have shown its...
JESUS FROM THE ALTAR. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
JESUS FROM THE ALTAR. Christian! the light that shimmers Across the sunlit sea, The breeze that blows and damask-rose, And saffron-scented lea; The evening star that glimmers Above the linden tree, And glints and glows at vespers' close, For love I gave to thee! Christian ! the sunbow's splendor I gladly hung on high, And fold on fold, the cloth of gold I rolled across the sky; I gave thee music tender, And songsters sweet and shy To move the cold, and melt the bold, And charm the ear and eye. Christian ! much more than beauty, And music melrose sweet, Than anadems and diadems, And gems for maidens neat, I gave thee —love and duty, A heart to feel and beat, A god-like mind to know me kind, And find the mercy seat 1 And, ah! in my demission, I left the halls above, And shed for thee this blood of Me To win thee to the Dove; Yea, for thy sins' remission, Sore-smit by glaive and glove, This life of Me, I gave for thee, And only ask thy love! —Julian E. Johnstone , '9/.
IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
IN MEMORIAM. IN loving memory of George Schayer, who was called away from this life on April Bth, 1595. It is hard to part from those for whom we have formed a deep attachment, and harder still when the call comes so suddenly as to find us unprepared for it. It was, consequently, a severe blow when George's fellow-students heard that malignant scarlet fever had robbed them of a dear friend and that death had claimed the happy, generous-hearted boy, whose three years' sojourn among us had gained for him the good will and affection of all on account of his blameless, innocent character and his ready, cheerful obedience. We tender to his grief-stricken parents our warmest sympathy, and we assure them that the memory of one whose every act mirrored forth the refining influence of an ideal Catholic home will long be cherished among us. R. I. P.
FIRST FRUITS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 May 1895
FIRST FRUITS. "How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet Of them who to sad hearts good tidings bring! How beautiful and sweet The Aves that they sing." SHORTLY after Father Williams had returned to Boston he was appointed to take charge of the Sunday school in the old Cathedral. In this position he showed in a marked manner that wonderful promptness, that clearness of mind and that zeal for the souls of the little ones, which have stamped him as a true shepherd of his flock. For eight years his energies were devoted to this sacred charge. The churches in Boston at this time were comparatively few and consequently an exceedingly large number of children were under his tutelage. His duties were important and very laborious. The only instruction which some twenty - five hundred children received was the weekly instructions of the young priest. He had also entire charge of the Catechism lectures and the monthly confessions of these youthful pupils. Many of these latter, who are sti...