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Page 11 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883
Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 11 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883

JOHN C. CROWLEY, AND J. A. MAXWELL, COUNSELLORS AT LAW, NILES' BLOCK, OFFICES NOS. 6 AND 7. Entrance, No. 33 School St, BOSTON. HENRY F. NAPIIEN, Counsellor at Law and Bail Commissioner, 61 COURT STREET, BOSTON. SOUTH BOSTON OFFICE, 439 1-2 BROADWAY. SULLIVAN BROTHERS & LIBBIE, GENERAL AUCTIONEERS, APPRAISERS, REAL ESTATE AND MORTGAGE BROKERS, REAL ESTATE OFFICE, No, 9 SCHOOL STREET, SALESROOM, NO. 2 BEACON STREET, BOSTON. DANCING Late from Paris, and Ballet Master at the Boston Theatre, IS PREPARED TO GIVE PRIVATE TUITION IN THE ART OF DANCING, Both on the Stage and in the Ball Room. Ladies, Gentlemen and Children taught Waltzes, Polka and Schottische in Five Lessons. He will also train pupils in Pantomime and Dramatic Action, and makes a specialty of arranging Entertainments, to which he will give personal direction. Lessons given at residences when desired. Apply at the Boston Theatre from 9 A.M to 4 P.M. JAMES SCOTT CO. JOBBERS AND RETAILERS OF DR V GOODS, Manufactur...

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Source: Boston College
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Page 11 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883

BOSTON COLLEGE, (HARRISON AVENUE.) This institution, under the care of Fathers of the Society of Jesus, is intended for day scholars only. The Classical Department begins the study of the Ancient Languages, and 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-professinal or business life. The first session begins on the first Monday in September; the second, on the first Monday in February. Terms: $3O per session of five months, payable in advance. Catalogues may be obtained at the Catholic Bookstores, or at the College. REV. J. O'CONNOR, S.J . President. Notre Dame Academy, BERKELEY STREET. Under the direction of the SISTERS OF NOTRE DAME. This institution offers superior advantages for the education of young ladies. For more detailed information apply to the Superioress of the Academy COLLEGE OF THE HOLY CROSS. WORCESTER, MASS. Under the direction ...

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Page 12 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883
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Page 12 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883

A GOOD TIME TO BUY. We are selling in our Retail Clothing Department a large number of lots selected from surplus stock of WINTER OVERCOATS AND SUITS, At considerably reduced prices. Particular attention is invited to some special lines of Trousers, marked down to $5.00 and $6.00 worth much more. Ot these garments there is an accumulation in our stock which is to be disposed of. Our assortment of OVERCOATS is better than it has been at any time this season, and new lots are being finished daily in our workshops. Many of these lots, however, are also reduced in price. Macul/ar, Parker and Company, 400 WASHINGTON STREET. THE OLD SOUTH CLOTHING HOUSE, GEORGE R. BRINE, Manager. OUR DEPARTMENTS. MEN'S, BOYS', YOUTHS' AND CHILDREN'S 315 & 317 WASHINGTON STREET, OPBU OLD SOUTH CIIUSCH. THE PILOT. THE LARGEST CATHOLIC CIRCULATION IN THE WORLD. FOR SALE EVERYWHERE. JOHN TI. PRAY, SONS & CO. 4g CARPETINGS » WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. 558 <? 560 WASHINGTON STREET,...

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Page 12 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 January 1883

CONTINENTAL CLOTHING HOUSE, 744 TO 756 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. MEN'S. BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS DEPARTMENT. HAT AND CAP DEPARTMENT. CUSTOM DEPARTMENT. THE LARGEST Wholesale and Retail Clothing [House IN NEW ENGLAND. The Emerson Piano Co. ESTABLISHED IN 1849. MANUFA C TURERS OF SQUARE, UPRIGHT & COTTAGE PIANOS. These Instruments have enjoyed a high reputation for more than thirty years. They are BRILLIANT and MUSICAL IN TONE, DURABLE, and have earned a special reputation for KEEPING IN TUNE. They are also remarkable for retaining their original fullness of tonenever growing thin or wiry with age. They are offered at MODERATE PRICES AND ON EASY TERMS. Illustrated Catalogues free on application at the EMERSON PIANO COMPANY'S WARE ROOMS, 576 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. Superior Upright Pianos to Rent. P. H. POWERS, Treas. SCHOOL AND COLLEGE TEXT BOOKS, NEW AND SECOND HAND, BOUGHT AND SOLD AT BIRD'S SO CORNHILL, (UP ONE FLIGHT.) Books and Magazines...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS Vol. I. BOSTON COLLEGE, MARCH,, /&?j. No. 2.

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Source: Boston College
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AMBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

AMBITION. A poet wove a web of golden lines About a fancy of his heart, And said, "'Tis excellent! the muse designs That I be master in my art." From morn till night he toiled, from night till morn And gained the hoped for guerdon, Fame : A guerdon that was half a smile of scorn. And half the shadow of a name. A painter sketched a scene of loveliness, And showed it to a trusty friend, And asked, " What hinders me from that success To which my natural talents tend?" Fie gained the loftiest summit of his hopes Afar heyond his fellow men, But sighed, "Alas! how happy he that gropes Where I should wish to be again !" The boy of Corsica, whose infant hands With warrior toys were early trained, Not idly dreamed of ruling seas and lands. And monarchy by battle gained. Yet ere he long had turned his country's helm, His smiling Destiny had flown, And left him one small island for a realm. A farmer's arm-chair for a throne. An humble saint who in the forest dwelt And shunned the fickle smile ...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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CHARLES LAMB. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

CHARLES LAMB. Charles Lamb was born on the iSth February, 1775' died on the 27th December, 1534, a death which has ripened his fame. Many English writers, whose utterances filled the ears of their contemporaries, have failed to exercise upon succeeding generations anv appreciable influence. Others, on the contrary, whose voices were scarce loud enough, while they lived, to be audible, become more powerful, better understood, more liked, as they themselves recede in point of time. The author of " Elia " is unquestionably to be ranked in the latter class. His sweet tones and witching style are daily becoming more loved ; his meagre figure is gradually growing in its proportions ; the rolling years are widening the area of his renown. Lamb comes before us as a poet, dramatist, critic, letter-writer, and essavist. His first appearance as an author was in the poetic character, in the year 17971 when, conjointly with Coleridge and Lloyd, he issued his sonnets and some specimens of blank v...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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ORIGINALITY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

ORIGINALITY. Ceaseless reproduction is the method of nature. Life s resources are of an unsoundable depth ; and for this reason nature may well afford to repeat continually the same forms, without running any risk of exhausting their significance. It is a long while since buds first burst and grass grew ; yet Spring still comes forward each successive year, unabashed, fearing 110 charge of having plagiarized from her predecessor. The field blushes not for its green blades, though conscious that they are such as have ever sprung from the sod ; the boughs publish their annual book of many a verdant scroll, without apprehension of becoming common-place at last; the bobolink pours forth his warble, with a cheery certainty of its being gratefully received, unmindful that it is the same warble with which the throats of other bobolinks were throbbing before there was a man to listen and be pleased. Night after night the stars shine the same ; and age after age the eyes of men and women gle...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
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IN MEMORIAM. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

IN MEMORIAM. Hois haw Dana, Jjied Feb. Jt h, fBBj. The diapason of his life was filled With pregnant harmonies; or ere we thought Its cadence had begun to fall, 'twas stilled In a quick fugue of death, untimely wrought. And all the symphonies of joy are hushed Into th & nocturne monotone of death; Snapped are the twanging chords, and hearts are crushed. As weeps Euterpe for that parted breath. Oh, when we sat below and mused, or knelt In praver and floated up our sighs to God, On the rich flood of harmonies, we felt How great his power: as he touched, or trod, The keys and pedals; sluicing out great streams Of song, that broke.—now thundering, now soft, A great Niagara of notes ! It seems To pitch down still over that organ loft. But no : for broken is the action now Of his heart-instrument of ruddy life: And notes that swelled in unison may flow No more in sonnet-songs with gladness rife. But not for the fair gift alone.—to thrill Responsive hearts, the music angel gave...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

THE ROOT OF ALL EVIL. There is square root, cube root, and gentian root; but the root which is the cause of all my woe, the bitterest root of all, is the Greek Root. It is true that English literature, mathematics, and the languages shoot out radical difficulties ; but, what are they compared with the gnarled crookedness of Greek Roots? Consider the sentiments of a youth when he carries home his first Greek author. With all the vivacity of his years, he grasps the book with joy, anticipating the pleasure he will experience in perusing the brilliant conceptions of the old masters. Think you the joy of Cyrus when he started on his first hunt, in company with his uncle and his venerable body-guards, was greater than this youth's, on the eve of his journey through the parasangs? Without fear or hesitation, with eves beaming with pleasure, he opens that bran-new volume. O, cover, worse than that of Pandora's box ; for with thy opening e'en hope hath fled 1 Those shapeless characters, or ...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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GYMNASIUM NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

GYMNASIUM NOTES. Like the people of all the ages which have gone before us we must have our entertainments. The theatre and circus are now-a-days among the principal features of attraction. They have become so showv and interesting that as soon as their posters appear on a street fence, housewall. or public bulletin, crowds of people are standing around eager to get a glance of the title of the play, and to examine carefully the dramatis ficrsonce . And often the garish depicting of pageantiy and actors, of idealized but never to be realized landscapes, have compelled me. though belated, to stop and see whether these bills give evidence that a Titian has been in the world, as, according to Coleridge, the sign-hoards of the old world do. At anv rate thev make great promises, and. if the actor be well known, demand high prices. The custom of the age is such that the more a person pays for admission, the more lie esteems the play. If he chances to see one for nothing, the interest and ...

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Source: Boston College
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OLD STUDENTS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

OLD STUDENTS. Rev. John J. Galligan. '79. Rev. Joseph E. Keyes. '79' R ev - Henry A. Sullivan, '79. Rev. Patrick B. McManus. '79' John E. Griffin and Charles O'Connor. Si. A illiam h. Powers and Joseph V. Tracy, 'B2, have visited the College since our last issue. Rev. Joseph A. Fitzgerald and Rev. Daniel C. Riordan, '79. and Augustus L. Rafter, 'B2, sent the Stylus their warmest congratulations. Dr. William A. Dunn, '77, has been added to the surgical staff of the Carney Hospital. Edward F. Hovnes, '7B, covered himself with honor in addressing' St. Augustine's Lvceum. Feb.l4th. OO- 1 William B. F. Whall, Rhetoric '73. delivered an interesting i and instuctive lecture before the Catholic Union, Feb. 28th. Subject: "Law and Lawyers." Dr. Frank P* Scully, Rhetoric '75, brightened up our Sanctum last week bv his genial countenance. Call again !

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Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
THE ORCHESTRA. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

THE ORCHESTRA. We have had our attention called to this class, which is one of the most flourishing of the Young Men's Catholic Association of Boston College. It was formed anew last September, and now numbers more than twenty members. There is fair promise of a large increase, when the inducements which it oilers and the advantages to be derived from it will be better known to young men desirous of devoting their leisure to perfecting themselves in orchestral music. They have a director who gives a lesson once a week, and the progress the} - have made thus far is so marked that much may be expected of them in the future We trust that this attractive class will be kept up. as there is no member of the Association who does not take an interest in its welfare, and to A\ horn it is not a source of pleasure. Some chemical student has wasted much time in endeavoring to account for the phenomenon that a College boy's moustache never becomes grav: The reason, it seems to us, is quite obvio...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

Boston College Stylus. To be published bi-monthly until the end of the present academic year. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: Fifty cents in advance, post-paid. Single copies, fifteen cents. ADVERTISING RATES: Business cards,(one inch and a half.) $1.25 for each insertion, or $4.00 for the half-year, including a copy ot the STYLUS during that time. Additional space furnished at reasonable rates. The STYLUS is published by the students of Boston College as an aid to their literary improvement. As the paper is, for the most part,devoted to matters which may not prove interesting to the general reader, it must look for its support, chiefly to the students and graduates and their friends. These, we trust, will need no exhortation to extend to us their patronage. Address, BOSTON COLLEGE STYLUS, 761 Harrison Avenue, Boston, Mass. Entered at the Post Office at Boston, as Second Class Matter. EDITORS: F. T- BARNES. F. A. CUNNINGHAM. J. G. FOLEY. E. A. MCCARTHY. J. A. WALSH. MANAGER : P. J. FARLEY. A...

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OUR RECEPTION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

OUR RECEPTION. For the second time we come before the public. We made our debut with the usual fear and trembling ; but now. with firmer tread, we step upon the stage to thank our friends and patrons for the hearty welcome they have given us. In fact, we are compelled to put an extra curb upon our vanity when we hear our praises sounded by those from whom a mere passing notice a nod of recognition— is an honor for which we scarcely dared to hope. We did feel proud when we read the glow ing words of praise pronounced upon us by the Catholic Ilcrald. For us to say anything of the merits of the Herald , would he entirely out of place. It would he •• pouring praises in a cup already filled." Every one knows the high position which the Herald holds among the papers of the day. To read our praises, then, from such a critic was cause enough to make the most humble of us tower with pride. But when to this are added the encomiums of the Republic . a paper which, though but in its second volu...

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EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

EXCHANGES. We must, since we have entered the field of college journalism, open the Exchange Column. Custom dictates it; and as she is, we suppose, one of the "gray nurses loving nothing new." we shall not be so irreverent as to rebel against her dictates, while we are yet so young. Unless the saying about first impressions be one of the popular delusions or vulgar errors, we shall look forward with much pleasure to other visits from the Dartmouth. For we were favorably impressed by the tone of our first exchange, so far is it removed from the vulgarity which disfigures many college papers. The College Journal is, in our opinion, one of the best college papers which we have seen. Its exchange man (though we admire the ease with which he drives his trenchant pen) is, we think, unnecessarily truculent. To have a gfiant's strength J O O is noble but is it also noble to use it like a giant? For bis truculency, however, he may have a cause which we know not ot; if so, we recall th&am...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

DOMI. The \ . M. C. A., of Boston College, contemplate repeating Julius Caesar. Our sympathy is with the man who sweeps the gymnasium after lunch time. Class organizations have been formed in Poetry, First and Second Grammar. Patronize the new confectionery stand. Invest extensively, buy plenty ; buy two. Mid lent is past and Holy Week is approaching. Woe unto the choir boys. They are in for it. Grand termination of an examination theme: "George Washington was a unanimous success." The new style monogrammatic hat ribbons should be collected and used to decorate the armory room. What is the difference between a stone jug and the College Jug? One holds contents, the other discontents. The Philosophers are on the verge of availing themselves of the privilege of recreating in the gymnasium with the other students. One would think it were witching Spring-time, judging from the groups which loiter around the platform facing the old St. James. Father Dompieri. the much loved Chaplain of th...

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THE MUSIC OF NATURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1883

THE MUSIC OF NATURE. soul-inspiring lamentations ! The chief success of an orator or writer, in gaining the attention and winning the approval of his hearers or readers, is in no small measure due to his rich and musical voice, and to the rhythm of his language. What pleasure can be compared to that produced by the enlivening strains of melody! Its gentle influences cause the mind to break loose from the world of care and sorrow, and revel in the bliss of sorqething far beyond this limited sphere. The man who, a few moments before, wore a countenance as rigid and impenetrable as stone, in the presence of music, gradually softens and relaxes until, at length, his beaming eves and placid expression reveal the wonderful change wrought within his soul. When the strains are of an elevating nature his spirit takes its flight from the body, and soars to those aerial regions far above ; he feels the greatness and goodness of God's love, the beauty and harmom of His nature. For the humble, a...

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