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Page 17 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 November 1895
Tbe Regarj $3.00 SHOE No Better Shoe Made. 42 Essex St., eor. Harrison Ave. G. A. OGH3 &amp; GO., Stationeis and Jewelers, 1781 Washington Street, Between Massachusetts Ave. and Northampton St. Philip J. Farley, BttorneE &amp; Counsellor at Xaw, 11 Barrister's Hall, Corner Merrimack and Central Streets, LOWELL, MASS. HOLY GROSS COLLEGE, WORCESTER, MASS. Under Jesuit Fathers. Collegiate and Preparatory Departments. New buildings, large gymnasium, running track, etc. Tuition, board, etc., $230.00. Send for catalogue to REV. J. F. LEHY, S. J., President.
Page 18 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 November 1895
mfIRTIN SGHNLON, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Foreign and Doroestic jfruitg HND iZEGETHBLES. ALSO, POULTRY IN SEASON. Ho. 26 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, Mass. FRED L. DAVIS, (Successor to DAVIS &amp; HOWARD,) Portrait Photographers* 352 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. Class Photographers for Class of '&lt;sg-'93*'94. Also Class Photographers of the Boston University Law School, '92*93; Boston Theological University,'gi-'93; Concord High School,'92-'93; Boston Latin School, '93-'94; Cambridge Latin Sehool,'94; Boston College,'g2-'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. Harvey Blunt, Confectioner anb Caterer = * 715 TREMONT STREET, reen Rutland and Concord Squares. Between Rutland BOSTON PETER J. BRADY, WE JOB PBIJIEB 626 Massachusetts Ave. Near Washington Street, JAMES E. HAYES JOHN H. O'NEIL HAYES &amp; O'NEIL, Counsellors at Xaw, t 2? School Street, Rooms ...
Page 18 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 November 1895
CAFE, * IRestaurant =* FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, No. 1569 WASHINGTON STREET, G. H. CLARKE. Boston. He ]\lari)le \ Enamel iG Co., 'J w 65 BEYERLY ST., BOSTON, AND 235 WEST 29th STREET, NEW YORK, ARE THE LARGEST MANUFACTURERS IN THE UNITED STATES OF ROM MOSAIC k ™ PAVEMENTS 1 ™ Estimates, Designs anb TReferences Gbeerfulls jFurmsbeb. TIMOTHY WILFRED COAKLEY, *1 [ attorney ant&gt; . . . i Counsellor at %avx\ 15 PEMBERTON SQ., Rooms 6 8L 7, BOSTON, MASS. (Mill's $3.00 snoe. mi " Fit for a King." and all the up to date Styles in Patent Leather and Enamel Calf. H. CHAPLIN &amp; SON, 1329 Washington St., Comer Waltham Street, BOSTON.
Page 18 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 November 1895
J. M. M. AcNamee, Ol«I C&amp;rpbrielge, - - /*\ass« BOOKBINDER. ill' I RV Binds all kinds of Magazines, and books taken in parts and rebinds old books. School, Church and Public Libraries renovated. U5 &amp; Postal. D. A. BOONE C. W. BELT DANIEL A. BOONE A CO. Bltar Mince 112 East German Street, BALTIMORE, MD. Edward J. Flynn, attorney an&amp; Counsellor at Xaw 186 Washington Street, Room 10, BOSTON. A REJTREJAT FOR PRIESTS AND LAYMEN. Conducted by a Jesuit Father, begins on the second Monday of each month, at Manresa, Keyser Island, near South Norwalk, Conn. Priests and laymen may apply for Retreats at any time. At least two weeks' notice should be given. Those not personally known to the Father Superior must send a letter of introduction beforehand. No one will be received at the house on any other conditions. Address as above, REV. A. MCDONNELL, S.J., or REV. T. E. MURPHY, S.J., 30 W. 16th Street, New York City. (Seorgetown Iflntversity&gt;, WASHIN...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
ll&gt; per cent discount to Students. GLASSES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONfIade on Prescription .... Or in Stock. GLASS EYES FURNISHED Price, $4.00. c. E.TAVIS, Manufacturing &amp; Pres. Optician. No. 2 Park Square. K.qohis 1 ami 2, Boston. RIMLESS BARSPRING EYEGLASSES FOK . ASTIGMATISM. $3 50 Complete. $4 FLYNN I MAHONY. Catholic School BooKs, Catholic Church Goods apd Religious Articles. 18 AND 20 ESSEX STREET, -h - BOSTON Agents for all the European Steamship Cos. Draft* "ii England, Ireland and Scotland. - " Fit for a King." and all the up to date Style's in Patent Leather and Enamel Calf. H. CHAPLIN &amp; SON, 1329 Washington St., Corner Waltham Street, ISO ST OX V--227 )\ash:ngtor)Sl. r&gt; r r : ,~™ • of. Half-Toce Guts. &lt;f&gt; Photo Engravings. Illustrcxticrjs^or Journals Papcrvv,dft°oky Heproduetiopsol Pcnaiai|i)k &lt;&gt; dcrijit. AuNgyapl) v buildings lsSSe9e&amp;¥ ArchitecJuWk.l. Scientific . •. and other D...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
THOMAS. A. JENNINGS, Al', dVertiser, §&gt; 32 Humphreys Street, Dorchester. Order? Received for UOXAHOK'S MAGAZINE. JOHN D. DRUM. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. 60 Sq.» Bostop. J. M. M. A\cNamee, OW C&amp;rpbridge, - - A\ a sS. BOOKBINDER. tad llM'i I Hinds all kind's of Magazine's, and books taken in parts and rebi'nds old books. School.- ('burcii an~d Public Libraries renovated. S?pd us &amp; Postal. Harvey Blu, Confectioner an? Caterer * 715 TREMONT STREET, Between Rutland RnQTHN and Concord Squares. IJ 1 Wit • BOSTON COLLEGE, 761 Harrison A.veoue. This Institution under the rare of the Fathers-of ttie Society of Jesus, is intended for Day Scholars only. The Classical Department begins the study of the anetent languages, and conducts the student through tho ordinary collegiate course to graduation. The course in the Kii'gttsli Department lasts four rears, and embraces such branches as ;tre requisite for a non-professional or business line. The lirst session begins oil t...
Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
Good Digestion, Rich Blood, Refreshing Sleep FOLLOW THE USE OF Noris EXT. OF Malt t Sol&lt;d by Druggists a.od Grocers. A, A. BURNHAM, Jr., Ph. 6., IRegistered • iPharmacist, 459 DUDLEY ST. Cor. Dennis street, BOSTON. Telephone, --•&gt; Koxlmr'x. Proscriptions acrirrately cnttipoimiU'd from pure ingredients at all Hours 'of tlie day ur night. (Trcain Cures Chaps and keeps the Skin Soft PRICE, 10c. MANUFACTURED E. C. JERNEGArt, 258 Dudley Street, . . . BOSTON. RIfIRTIN SCHNLON, Wholesale and.Retail Dealer in Foreign Domestic jfruite AND VEGETABLES. ALSO, POULTRY IN SEASON. No. 26 Faneuil Hall Square, Boston, Mass.
THE BABE DIVINE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
THE BABE DIVINE. O bit of a Babe, Just after birth! Is Thy tiny hand Whirling the earth, Even as young folk Trundle for mirth ? Say what I may, Faith answers, yea. Tell me, I pray, O weak little Mite ! Didst Thou make the day, And Thou make the night? The sun and the moon, To give us their light? Ask what I may, Faith answers, yea. O poor little Infant, Trembling wi h cold ! Are Thine the treasures Of silver and gold ? And Thine the mansions Of glory untold? Admire as I mav, Yet Faith answers, yea. The heavenlv music That floodeth the night, The myriad angels Of quivering light— Are all but for Thee, Thou wee little Mite? Though marvel I may, Still Faith answers, yea. Have ages agone Been sighing for Thee? Art Thou the Messiah Expected to be? And come to redeem The world and me ? Talk as I may, Faith answers, yea. Well-a-day, Babe, Neglected Thou art! Come then and nestle Deep down in my heart: Prithee, stay near me And never depart. To all that I say, Does Faith whisper, yea. —'9^....
REV. WILLIAM H. O’ CONNELL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
REV. WILLIAM H. O’ CONNELL. WORD was recently received in this city announcing the appointment and confirmation of this distinguished alumnus of Boston College as rector of the North American College at Rome in succession to Mgr. D. J. O'Connell who resigned a few months ago. In selecting him for this important office the archbishops and the Propaganda have not only paid a high tribute to the learning, piety and executive ability of Fr. O'Connell, but have also conferred a signal honor on Boston College ; and we are sure that none was more pleased by the news than the faculty and graduates of the college to whom his many excellent qualities have been apparent for some time past. The rectorship of this college has always been considered a position of great honor, not merely on account of its prominence as an educational institution, but because • former rectors frequently represented the hierarchy of the United States in the transaction of important ecclesiastical business at the Vat...
EUGENE FIELD. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
EUGENE FIELD. ON the fourth oflast November, Eugene Field departed this life in the city of Chicago at the age of forty-five. His early ! death is lamented by a multiplicity of admirers; his friends esteeming him as a genial, frank companion; the piople at large regarding him as the brilliant, versatile writer on the staff of the Chicago NC~JCS, who pleased them with his simple style, and amused them with his fund of humor. He was born in St. Louis, in ISSO. His parents were descendants of old Colonial stock, and had moved from Vermont to Missouri but a short time before Eugene was born. 11 is father was a lawyer of great repute and a thorough scholar. When Eugene was seven years old, he was placed in the care of an aunt in Amherst, Mass. At the age of seventeen he entered William College, where he made extraordinary proficiency in Latin. His correspondence with his father was carried on altogether in that language. Soon after young Field entered college, his father died, and Profes...
A CHRISTMAS OFFERING. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
A CHRISTMAS OFFERING. One evening, about tive days before Christmas, Albert Varney sat in his room, his hands stuffed deep into his trouserspockets and his legs stretched out at full length. His head was bowed and a determined look was on his face. He was staring at the gaudy velvet slippers which adorned his feet, and one might imagine he was admiring them, but though they were the first objects in point of vision, they were the last in his mind. He was pondering over what his father had said when his last report from college arrived home. The marks were very low and his father's words were yet ringing in his ears: "I will give you no money to spend at Christmas." This warning was given in October, and since November's marks were no improvment over the preceding month's, Albert knew that his chances for holiday money were very small. The words were repeated at the supper table that evening, and he realized that his father meant to carry them out. It was not that he desired the mone...
HOMER. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
HOMER. Homer, no grander music rolls than thine, Nor sweeter, fresher numbers ever flowed. The brook's clear murmur on its pebbly road And ocean's thunder sound along thy line. Bright, too, as changeful rays of sunset shine From out some darkening cloud, thy light has glowed Through the sole rent of clouded time, and showed Thy Soul's creations human and divine. No lips, Greek bard, e'er moulded gentler song, Nor ever voiced a measure more sublime. Hence all that wondrous world of thine became The land of poetry; its people throng The lordliest verse of every tongue and time, Yet thou, they strangely say, art but a name. William A. O'Brien.
LAUDATOR TEMPORIS ACTI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
LAUDATOR TEMPORIS ACTI. "GOOD MORNING, uncle; I hope you rested well?"' said \\ ill to his uncle one pleasant morning in November. This uncle was a man who believed in all the old time customs, while he despised the inventions of the present day. " No, I didn't rest well," said the uncle. " Did you imagine, for a moment, I could sleep in that new-fangled bed you have up-stairs? No sir, I read about those so-called folding beds in the papers and I have come to the conclusion that I did not care to be smothered. There's nothing nowadays like those good old wooden bedsteads that were so much in use in my boyhood days. Those were the days you could go to bed with the feeling that you would rise next morning whole and sound, and not expect to be doubled up like a jack-knife in a spring bed. And by the way, nephew, before I go to bed to-night in the old arm-chair, have that affair which sounds like a fire alarm taken out of the room. I can look at my watch when I want to know the time, an...
THE WINTER TIME. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
THE WINTER TIME. These are the days of the ringing of bells, Of love and sunshine and gladness, Of music entrancing that goes along dancing, And scatters all sadness. These are the days of the tinkle of sleighs, The merry, mad days of December, When the cheek like a rose in the winter wind glows And the eye like an ember. When it is life to be out in the air, The river all frozen before you, And you hurry along on your skates to the song Of the starry lights o'er you. This is the time of toboggan and sled, Of dances and revel and rollic, And of boisterous laughter that shaketh the rafter, And feasting and frolic. Of the holly-berry and mistletoe And the roaring fire in the ingle, And the peppermint and the punch without stint, When old friends commingle. Yes, this is the time of the carnival, The season of mirth and of gladness, 'Tis the time of the riddle, the banjo and fiddle, Of music and madness. But in the midst of our merriment, boys, Let every one ever remember The poor littl...
AN ODD MEMORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
AN ODD MEMORY. He forgot his father's orders, Till reminded by a punch ; He forgot his pen and paper, But he ne'er forgot his lunch. He forgot to write his exercise, Left his Horace on the train; But he didn't forget the football, And he practised in the rain. He had no head for history, Yet he had a tooth for dates; He always missed his prosody, And still he blamed the Fates. His memory for figures— Well, he had next to none; He forgot the other numbers, But never, Number One. —Bartholomew Coyne, '9B.
Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 December 1895
Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED MONTHL T. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One dollar in advance, post-paid. Single copies, fifteen cents. ADVERTISING RATES : Address FRANCIS J. CARNEY, Business Editor, Boston College. The STYLUS is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement, and to serve as a means of communication between the Alumni and the Under-graduates. It looks chiefly to present and former students, to graduates and their friends for its support. These are earnestly asked to give it their patronage. Address, BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. THE STAFF: CHARLFS J. MARTELL, '96 EDITOR-IN-CHIEF. JAMES P. WARREN, '96 - J HERBERT T. MAHONEY,'96 ... J . „ J Y V ASSOCIATE EDITORS. JAMES H. DEVLIN, '97 - JAMES T. MCCORMICK,'98 ... J PATRICK S. CUNNIFF, '97 EXCHANGE EDITOR. I RANCIS J. CARNEY, '9S - BUSINESS MANAGER. EDWIN P. DOES, '99 „ T T . Y ASSISTANT BUS. MANFRANCIS J. KELLY, ... J Press of the ANGEL GUARDIAN, 92 Ruggles S...