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Page 4 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
TEETH $8 and $10 a Set. All Dental Operations performed at the Lowest Prices. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dr. W. H. DUDDY, 171 Tremont Street, Boston. Ceyers Dyspepsia Core. Gives relief at once. Try it. Price, - - 25 Cents. PHYSICIANS RECOMMEND IT, MOTHERS ARE PLEASED WITH IT, THE BABIES CRY FOR IT. CEYER'S Crescentine Nursing Bottle, The most convenient feeding bottle now in use, easily cleaned, no corners to break. For sale by druggists generally.
MEDICAL HINTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
MEDICAL HINTS. In this column it will be our aim to present to our readers many useful hints on nursing, diet, hygiene, etc. Although many items that may be read here will be soon forgotten, still some will be remembered, and, perhaps, be the means of life-long service to you. Soiled air cannot purify soiled blood. Soiled air can no more purify soiled blood, than soiled water can cleanse soiled clothes. There is one thing which can do it, and that is, plenty of pure air. • The Best Time to Bathe. — It is best to bathe just before going to bed, as any danger of catching cold is thus avoided, and the complexion is much improved by keeping warm for several hours after leaving the bath. The polite person does not tell an invalid how pale she is looking, or the young girl flushed with work or cooking, how red her face is, or inquire of the elderly lady if her eyes are weak, nor when some one who is lame or deformed enters a public place, rest her eyes upon the sufferer; those who are def...
"THE IRISH BRIGADE IN THE SERVICE OF FRANCE." [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
"THE IRISH BRIGADE IN THE SERVICE OF FRANCE." Written for The Review. It should be the aim of every Irishman throughout the length and breadth of this glorious republic to interest the rising generation of Irish-Ameri-cans in the History of Ireland. In childhood or boyhood to-day there rapidly approaches for them a to-morrow bringing manhood with its cares and responsibilities. When we, who have preceded them, shall have passed away for ever, they will be the men in conjunction with the native born Irish youth, on whom old Ireland must depend. She will rely upon them to guide her destinies, to guard her honor, and to make her future. We should strive to convince them that her history is no wild, dreary chronicle of internecine slaughter, but an entertaining and instructive narrative of stirring events abounding with anecdotes thrilling, glorious, and beautiful. Well may the rising youth, in whose veins courses the grand old Celtic blood, feel proud of the land of their forefathers ;...
THE SISTERS' CHAPEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
THE SISTERS' CHAPEL. The following description of an incident of the Johnstown disaster from the Pittsburg Catholic is not without interest: — Bishop Phelan, speaking of the school of the Sisters of Charity, says — It is not true as reported that that building was entirely swept away. The ell part containing the chapel still stands. Early in the day, fearing the rising waters — but not dreaming of the flood that was to com* — the Sisters had sent their pupils home. Soon after, warned by the crash and roar of the deluge, the Sisters fled to the chapel in the ell, leaving the main part of the building. There in the chapel they fell upon their knees and prayed, the waters roaring about them. As the flood rushed into the chapel they were still upon their knees — praying. The waters rose about them. Taking the Blessed Sacrament they went to the room above the chapel, and kneeling about it, prayed. The torrents bore a crushing mass of shattered houses down upon the school building, tearin...
Page 5 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
Straw Hats Ladies wishing to have their HATS AND BONNETS REMODELLED *— TO THE —* SPRING AND SUMMER FASHIONS, Will find a full assortment of shapes at POOL BROTHERS' Hat and Bonnet Bleachery, 16 HANOVER STREET, BOSTON. Butter Lower! 25 Cls. Per Pound. Very Best New Creamery Butter AT MCCLOSKEY &amp; HARTY'S, 91 Cambridge Street, Cor. Third, EAST CAMBRIDGE, 477 Cambridge Street, CAMBEIDGEPOET.
OUR OBJECT. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
OUR OBJECT. To gather and publish every week : 1. What the best writers, Protestant and Catholic, have written regarding the labors of the Church to elevate and improve man's condition. 2. What has been written to explain, illustrate, and defend the doctrines, devotions, and practices of the Church. To answer questions on these topics.
OUR STAFF. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
OUR STAFF. ASSISTANT EDITORS. Nellie Regal, Mary McNally, Winnie Kinsley, Mary Carmichael, Lydia Collier, Carrie Collier, Katie White, Nellie Callaghan, Julia Buckley, Katie Barry, Mary Cronin, Minnie Barry, Nellie McGuinness, Mary Reardon, Sarah Morrissey, Maggie Shea, Nora O'Connell, Mary Boyle, Annie Toner, Lucy Hurley, Rose Gallagher, Mary Buckley, Nora Mahoney, Mary Lawless, Mary Murray, Lizzie Casey, Minnie Farrell, Maggie Mulcare, Sarah Keane, Etta Mclntire, Thomas Quinn, Joseph Gahm. Under the direction of Rev. John D. Colbert.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
We call special attention to the report, on pages 2 and 3, of the Church Debt Society for the month of May. It must be a source of pleasure to those who are always paying for the church, to know the names of those who are sharing the burden with them. The Home for Destitute Catholic Children, Harrison avenue, Boston, received into the Home, last year, 551 children; of these, it placed in Catholic families 517. Whole number of children received into the Home since its foundation to Jan. 1, 1889, 7,808. A noble charity. To young men, Bob Burdette says : " You take a basin of water, place your finger in it for twenty-five or thirty seconds, take it out, and look at the hole that is left. The size of that hole represents about the impression that advice makes on a young man's mind." Remember that in the morning of life come the hard working days. Hard work never killed a man. It's fun, recreation, relaxation, holidays that kill. The fun that results in a head, the next morn'ng, so big t...
YOUNG MEN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
YOUNG MEN. There is no moral object so beautiful to me as a conscientious young man. I watch him as Ido a star in heaven; clouds may be before him, but we know that his light is behind them, and will beam forth again; the blaze of others' popularity may outshine him, but we know that, though unseen, he illuminates his own true sphere. He resists temptation, not without a struggle, for that is not a virtue; but he resists and Conquers; he hears the sarcasm of the profligate, and it stings him, for that is a trait of virtue, but heals with its own pure touch. He who says in his heart, but not with his lips : "There is no God," controls him not; he sees the hand of a creating God, and rejoices in it. Woman is sheltered by fond arms and loving counsel; old age is protected by experience, and manhood is protected by strength ; but the young man stands amid the temptations of the world like a self-balanced tower. Happy is he who seeks and gains the prop of morality. Onward, then, conscien...
THE FLOOD SUFFERERS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
THE FLOOD SUFFERERS. This letter has been sent from the Chancery Office to the pastors of the Archdiocese of Boston : — Boston, June io. Reverend Dear Sir, — The most Reverend Archbishop suggests that you take up a collection for the sufferers from the Pennsylvania flood next Sunday, or the Sunday following, as you may judge it more expedient. The cry of distress which comes to us from those poor people appeals strongly to our Christian charity, and no doubt your generous congregation will respond liberally and cheerfully. Remittances to be sent to this office. By order of the Most Reverend Archbishop. R. Neagle, Chancellor. This collection will be taken up in our church on Sunday, June 23.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
The Sacred Heart Reyiew IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART, EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. W Yearly Subscription One Dollar. Single Copies Three Cents. )o( All communications must be addressed to "The Sacred Heart Review." Boxes for the reception of matter intended for the paper will be found in the vestibule of the church. Entered as second-class matter at the Boston Post Office, Dec. i, 1888. SATURDAY, JUNE 15, 1889.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
CORRESPONDENCE. Questions on the history, ceremonies, sacraments, and doctrines of the Church will be answered in this column. Questions will not be answered or noticed, unless the person asking the question gives name and residence. These are required as a guarantee of good faith, not for publication.
PIOUS READING. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
PIOUS READING. The advantages to be derived from the perusal of pious works are so great that we might (did not experience which is the best master, teach us the contrary) be induced to believe that it would be a work of supererogation to speak of them to Catholics. All the masters of a spiritual life recommend devout reading as a daily exercise, not only for the inhabitants of a cloister, or for such as are engaged in the work of the ministry, but for every one who is anxious to advance in the road to perfection. St. Francis of Sales, in his admirable work, entitled " Philothea, or an Introduction to a Devout Life," thus speaks : " Always have at hand some approved book of devotion, such as the spiritual works of St. Bonaventure, of Gerson, etc., and read a little in them daily, with as much devotion as if you were reading a letter which those saints had sent you from heaven, to show you the way and encourage you to go thither." The voluminous writings of the fathers, doctors, and ...
SAVED BY A DOG. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
SAVED BY A DOG. A week or so ago several of the daily papers contained accounts of how four boys were saved from drowning by a dog belonging to two of them. I suppose every one who reads the words I have just written, unless he read the story as the papers told it, will imagine a big dog plunging into the water, grasping a boy's clothing in his teeth, rescuing him, and then going back for another. But he did better than that. He saved them all at once, and almost at the expense of his own life. This is the story : The little Smith boys went to Sunday-school last Sunday afternoon. After it was over they started off with three other boys to have a good time. They tramped to an old mill on the Bronx river, and were romping about, when the dog, Nit, — a big, black Newfoundland, — ran up and joined in the fun. An old boat, twelve feet long, was fastened by a rusty chain to a stake, and all of the little fellows except one climbed into it, and were amusing themselves by rocking it when th...
CHURCH NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 15 June 1889
CHURCH NOTICES. Requiem high Mass will be said Monday for Mrs. Johanna Crowley, as deceased member of Married Women's Sodality, and Wednesday a requiem high Mass will be said for John McDonald, as deceased member of Church Debt Society. The following are assigned for work on The Review Tuesday evening: Miss Toner, Miss Hurley, Miss Gallagher, Miss Mary Buckley, Miss Nora Mahoney. Thursday, Corpus Christi, though not a holyday of obligation, the Masses will be at 5:30, 6:30, 8 and 1 o o'clock. Confessions Wednesday. Subscribers changing their residence should notify us of the change, and should never forget to give the old address as well as the new. Please read carefully the report of Church Debt Society, and notify us if you detect any mistakes. The Temperance Society will meet Monday evening at 8. Monthly Mass for Young Women*s Sodality Tuesday.