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THE CONFESSIONAL INSTRUCTING CON-SCIENCE AND ENRICHINC UNCLE SAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
THE CONFESSIONAL INSTRUCTING CON-SCIENCE AND ENRICHINC UNCLE SAM. " The only cases," said the clerk in the treasury department, " which have anybody's name connected with them are those similar to one we had a year or two ago. A Catholic priest in Boston wrote that one of his parishioners, on his deathbed, confessed to him that he had wronged the government out of $50. He could not die in peace without making restitution, but desired that his name be withheld. The priest indorsed the amount, with interest for nine years at 8 per cent. $86 in all. The man, evidently, didn't want that debt to bother him in the next world, and prolong his stay in purgatory. The priest, of course, signed his own name, and we acknowledged, by letter, the receipt of the money. We have had a number of instances of that kind, in which conscience seemed to be quickened by serious illness or the confessional.
Page 6 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
The Sacred Heart Review IS PUBLISHED WEEKLY, UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE CHURCH OF THE SACRED HEART, EAST CAMBRIDGE, MASS. 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. Fntered as second-class matter at the Boston Post Office, Dec. t, 1888. SATURDAY, JUNE 22, 1889.
CORRESPONDENCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 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 These are required as a guarantee of good faith, not for publication.
SHADOWS OF THE CROSS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
SHADOWS OF THE CROSS. The Catholic is, and has ever been, hated by the world. I need not prove this, you know and see it. A man may be anything else that he will. He may be a Churchman, or a Dissenter, or among the Dissenters he may join whatever sect of dissent he likes best, or he may make a new one if he will. His neighbors will care nothing about this ; his friends and family will laugh and perhaps shrug their shoulders, and that is the end of it. Men may laugh at him, but they will not think worse of him, much less do they hate him. He may have no religion at all if he pleases, and they will feel it is no business of theirs. But if he dares to become a Catholic, he must prepare himself for the hatred of all the world. Even by dear friends and relations he will probably find himself altogether abandoned, or at least coldly received. Educated men and women will behave towards him as they would to no other man, making in his case an exception to the common rules of courtesy and ci...
GREAT BRIDGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
GREAT BRIDGES. New York and Brooklyn Bridge, 276 feet above high water mark, 85 feet wide, 1,595 lee t l° n g&gt; cost 15 millions. Built 1870-83. London Bridge cost 10 millions, 900 feet long, 34 feet wide ; 100,000 persons pass over it every 24 hours. The lampposts are made from cannon taken during the Peninsular war. Waterloo Bridge, London, 1,380 feet long, 43 wide. Built 1811-17. Westminster Bridge, London, 1160 feet long, 85 wide—widest in the world. The longest suspension bridge in the world is at Friebourg; then comes those at Pesth and Bourdeaux. The new Tay Bridge, Scotland, is over two miles longs, rests on 86 piers, and has spans varying from 58 to 245 feet.
TRIPLET MAXIMS. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
TRIPLET MAXIMS. Three things to love — Courage, gentleness, and affection. • Three things to admire —Intellect, dignity, and gracefulness. Three things to hate — Cruelty, arrogance, and ingratitude. Three things to delight in — Beauty, frankness, and freedom. Three things to wish for —Health, friends, and a contented spirit. Three things to like — Cordiality, good humor, and cheerfulness. Three things to avoid — Idleness, loquacity, and flippant jesting. Three things to cultivate — Good books, good friends, and good humor. Three things to contend for — Honor, country, and friends. Three things to teach — Truth, industry, and contentment. Three things to govern — Temper, tongue, and conduct. Three things to cherish —Virtue, goodness, and wisdom. Three things to do — Think, live, and act.
Untitled [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
Lessons of wisdom have never such power over us as when they are wrought into the heart through the ground-work of a story which engages the passions ; is it that we are like iron and must first be heated before we can be wrought upon ? or, is the heart so in love with deceit, that where a true report will not reach it, we must cheat it with a fable in order to come at the truth. — Sterne.
Page 7 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
" Commonwealtli" Clothing House. Great Bargains BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S Suits and Overcoats, $2, $2.50, $3, $4, $5, All reduced from $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00, $800. 1,000 pairs Short Pants 50c, 62c, 75c, Marked down from 75c, $1.00, $1.25. Cor. Washington and Kneeland Streets, Boston READ THE bQ s Jon DAILY AND SUNDAY Largest I Circulation * in * New * England. The Globe Contains the very latest news from all parts in the World, and is always ahead on local news, 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. ESTABLISHED 1874. , frOu Stock of New and Second-hand ICE CHESTS AND REFRIGERATORS, Is very large this season. We offer them for Cash or on Instalment Payments, AT LOWEST PRICES. "Why not call upon us before you buy. Old ones taken in exchange )o( Moynahan &amp; Company, CO.KNER OF CAMBRIDGE AND PROSPEC...
SENSE AND NONSENSE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
SENSE AND NONSENSE. The higher a man is in grace, the lower he will be in his own esteem. — Spurgeon. • The pleasantest things in the world are pleasant thoughts, and the great art in life is to have as many of them as possible. — Bovee. ♦ Thos*: who without knowing us enough, think ill of us, do us no wrong ; they attack not us but the phantom of their own imagination. — Dc La Bruyere. . Dc J. — " Tired, deah boy ? " Dc B. —"Aw, beastly!" Dc J. — " Been out late, eh ? " Dc B. — " Naw, been thinking!" — Vale Record. . A St. Louis drayman made his mule drunk just for fun, the other day, and the mule bit off three of the drayman's fingers to make it as funny as possible. — Boston Post. ♦ We find it hard to get and to keep any private property in thought. Other people are all the time saying the same things we are hoarding to say when we get ready. — Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes. -. " Did you ever go to the circus, Jim ? " asked one small urchin of another. "Not a real circus," said Jim, ...
THE VALUE OF A SMILE. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
THE VALUE OF A SMILE. It is the boy or girl with the smiling face that wins a place in our hearts, and not the girl who mopes, and goes about sulky, and injured over imaginary wrongs The sulky boy is a selfish boy; he is thinking only of himself ; he magnifies all his little crosses and pains, until he imagines himself a martyr. Xo matter how unhappy you may be, no matter how unfortunate you may consider yourself, if you will only look about you, and behold the suffering, the misery, of others you will never complain again. There is no panacea for pain like sympathy with others who are worse off than ourselves. So try it some day when you feel miserable — find somebody else who is also unhappy, and see if there is not a kind word you can say or a smile you can give. Wear a smiling face however heavy your heart may be, and the assumed sunshine will reward you by becoming real, for no one who is young can remain unhappy for long if he has a brave heart and a bright face.
A TRIBUTE TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN. [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
A TRIBUTE TO THE BLESSED VIRGIN. I have always envied the Catholics their faith in the sweet, sacred Virgin Mother, who stands between them and the Deity, intercepting something of His awful splendor, but permitting His love to stream upon the worshippers more intelligibly to human comprehension through the medium of a woman's tenderness. — Hawthorne. ♦ Calumny. — " Boerhaave," says Johnson, " was never soured by calumny and detraction, nor ever thought it necessary to confute them ; for, said he, they are sparks which, if you do not blow them, will go out of themselves." And says Cato, " We cannot control the evil tongues of others, but a good life enables us to despise them." Books : Their Influence. — Books are company; and the company of bad books ys&gt; as dangerous as the company of 4sad associates ; while that of good books is like that of good men.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
C. H. HARTWELL, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Beef, Mutton, Poultry, PORK, LARD, HAMS, EGGS, BUTTER, Cheese, Fruit, Vegetables, &amp;c. 1 2&lt;J Cambridge Street, Cor. Fourth. TURNER'S Billiard Parlor Cambridge Street, FAST CAMBRIDGE. GEORGE BUTTERS, DEALER IN Country Produce and Provisions No. 194 Cambridge Street, Cor. Sixth. D. M. DESMOND, REGISTERED PHARMACIST, Cor. Cambridge and Fifth Sts., E. Cambridge, Mass. Prescriptions carefully and accurately compounded. REMOVAL OF THE CAMBRIDGE MARKET, TO 17 Third Street, corner of Gore. We are making a specialty of fine beef, and sell nothing but first-class cattle. We also carry a full line of Canned Goods and Vegetables, And in fact everything to be found in a first-class retail market. Large families and boarding houses will find it to their advantage to call on us before going elsewhere. RICHARD C. WEIS, Fine Teas and Groceries, 397 Cambridge St., Cambridgeport. We solicit your patronage and will guarantee you satis...
Page 8 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
Read This. If you have small savings that you wish to place where they will pay you more than in Savings Banks, buy, ten shares or more of the Stock of THE ARLINGTON Gar Ventilating Co., BOSTON. The only perfect system of ventilation ever invented for R. R. Cars, Hospitals, Restaurants, and the like. It sells now for #3 per share. Ten Shares costs #20, will sell for $40, by New Years. Write to, or come and see us, E.O.Childs&lt;&amp; Co., 13 School Street, Rooms 45 and 46. BRATTLE SQUARE HOTEL, 32 and 34 Brattle Square, Cambridge. Patrons can get first-class meals at reasonable prices G. S. SMITH, Proprietor. WORCESTER BROTHERS, Furniture, Carpetings, Upholstery Goods, Window Shades, Draperies, Ac. 23 and 25 Brattle Square, Cambridge. j. w. COVENY, REAL [STATE AGENT, 193 CAMBRIDCE STREET.
Page 8 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Sacred Heart Review — 22 June 1889
WM, KELLEY, MASON AND PLASTERER, White Washing, Whitening and Coloring. Jobbing promptly attended to. Xo. 4 Seventh Street, - - East Cambridge, Mass. CHARLES E. McMENIMEN PAINTING, Graining and Glazing. 44 GORE STREET, - - EAST CAMBRIDGE. JAMES J. SHEA, Funeral and Furnishing Undertaker, Coffins, Caskets, and Robes constantly on hand. Warerooma : Main and Pearl Streets, Cambridgeport. Residence : Otis Street, corner of Fifth. Calls promptly answered, whether at residence or warerooms, at any hour of day or night. Donovan's East Cambridge Express, Offices : 105 Arch Street, 96 Kingston Street, 155 Congress Street. Residknxe : 106 Cambridge Street, East Cambridge. J. DOHERTY, GROCERIES and PROVISIONS, Fine Flour, Teas and Coffees. 59 CHARLES STREET. JOHN DELANEY, Corner of Fourth and Vine Streets, BREAD, CAKE AND PASTRY, Baked Deans Saturday and Sundays. Hot Brown Bread Sunday mornings. Wedding Cakes made to order. GO TO -* ROSENBERG'S *— 220 Cambridge Street, FOR Boots and Shoes. Our...