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Page 55 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888

CUSTOM TAILORS, FIRST-CLASS GOODS. MODERATE PRICES. BOWDOIN SQUARE, Opposite the Revere House, BOSTON. JAMES MCCORMICK & Co, BREWERS, Conant Street, ■ - Roxbury. Office, 25 Central Street, Boston. rj Artistic yi)otoavnpl)n. PERFECT WORK. INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS. FINEST STUDIO IN NEW ENGLAND. ELEVATOR FROM STREET DOOR. lO Temple Place, cor. Tremont St., Boston.. Photographers to Class of '87, Boston College. J. TYLER HICKS 8, CO., CONFECTIONERS AND CATERERS. WAVERLY HOUSE, CITY SQUARE. MONUMENT HALL, HANCOCK SQUARE, AND No. 16 STATE ST., BOSTON. Principal Office at Waverly House. Telephone 6502. BOSTON FOREIGN BOOK STORE, IMPORTATIONS FOR «1CHURCH LIBRARIES^ Free of* Duty. -Vt very Loan- Kates. SUBSCRIPTIONS TO FOREIGN PERIODICALS. Send for Catalogue of my large stock. CARL SCHOENHOF, 144 Tremont Street.

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Page 56 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888
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Page 56 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888

JOHN GORMLEY & SON, IFIOSISTS ft"-' II TREMONT STREET, Conservatory, Trinity Place, BOSTON. TEIVEPIKKVE 44. JOSEPH Ql LLOTT'S THE FAVORITE NUMBERS, 303,404,332,351,170, AND HIS OTHER STYLES SOLD BY ALL DEALERS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, BOOTS AND SHOES AT LOWEST WHOLESALE PRICES, Always to be found at v Jol]r} Bath Soi }, 755 Washington Street, Opp. Continental Clothing House. F. S. FROST. H. A. LAWRENCE. FROST & ADAMS, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Artists' Aiateriafs, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. DECORATIVE ART GOODS OF ALL EIND3. Supplies for oil color, water color, china, lustra and tapestry painting-. Studies for all branches of Art Work. Mathematical Instruments. Architects' and Engineers' Supplies in general. 37 CORXHILL, - - BOSTON, MASS. Catalogues free on application. All orders receive prompt attention. CHAS. J. BATEMAN, ARCHITECT, 7 EXCHANGE PLACE, Ex-City Architect of Boston. BOSTON. C- — DEALER IN — FRESH AND SMOKED FISH, OYSTERS AND LOBSTERS, ...

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Page 56 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1888

EDWARD J. FLYNN, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ROOM 11, 186 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. 3". S -t=j Confectioner ~ pgQfr y iWZtf and AND Genuine Vienna O * -'■ ce Creams, uaierer, wedding Recep•i! tions, Banquets, xo. 140 iariBBiftifltiii jfjplii Lodges and Private Parties Dudley St. A Specialty. CHARLES M. DACEY & CO., If'xxix&tixl 3ffttrrasd?*n0 lEwfreriarltfctrs* COR. DEVENS & WASHINGTON STS., CHARLESTOWN. N IL IIIIII II I — Prompt and respectful services Night and Day. Carriages To Let for all occasions. HARVEY BLUNT, Confectioner # and ® Caterer, 751 TKEMOKTT ST 1 . IJel. Rutland and Concord Squares, BOSTON. THE BEST 1 OHjOTZEEXOSTCT. Fall Overcoats. * Wiijter Overcoats. «d FALL AND WINTER SUITS,l> For Travelling, Business and Dress, Ready in our Retail Clothing Department. All Clothing sold by us is made on the premises, in clean, well ventilated work-rooms, and the work Is done by the best class of trained, well paid hands. MACULLAR, PARKER &...

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

Boston College Stylus Vol. VII. BOSTON COLLEGE , MARCH,, 1888. No. 4.

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TO POSTUMUS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

TO POSTUMUS. HORACE, BOOK I, ODE XIV. Ah, Postumus, my Postumus, The fleet years glide away ; No piety can win for us From wrinkles brief delay. Age threatens with its gasping breath; No might can stay the conqueror death. Hope not, though thrice you sacrifice, Each day, a hecatomb, To soften Pluto's tearless eyes, Who holds immured in gloom Of Stygian waters Tityus bold, And Geryon's triply monstrous mould. Those waters must be crossed by all, Who eat of Nature's yield, The ruler of the kingly hall, The tiller of the field. In vain we shun Mars sprent with blood, And seething Hadria's storm-tost flood. In vain, at Autumn's fall, we fear, When baleful south-winds blow. Our eyes must see the dark, dull mere, Cocytus, winding slow, — Must see the ill-famed Danaids moil. And Sisyphus at his endless toil. From land, from hearth-stone, from thy fair, Fond help-meet must thou flee; Of trees thou tendest now with care, One only follows thee, The hated cypress, to the tomb, To wrap its shor...

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A MYSTIC ADVENTURE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

A MYSTIC ADVENTURE. NOT BY RIDER HAGGARD. I am old now. The past, full as it has been of wildest adventure and danger, seems almost a dream. The events that have been crowded into my life, appear too marvellous to be the real experiences of a mortal man. In early years my mind was under the spell of strange associations, and I grew up moodv and silent. Our home was situated on a lonely road in the north of England, and was shaded by tall, sombre oaks and elms. We were a reserved family, and did not mingle much with our neighbors. Religion did not seem to be a want of our natures, and the vaguest image in the memories of my childhood is that of the village chapel. The pleasantest hours of my boyhood were passed in the attic of our mansion, rummaging among the trumpery there collected, which was covered with the dust of centuries. It was a dark place, lit by a single skylight, through which the sunlight streamed at evening ; here I would often sit contentedly looking out at the settin...

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AN AWFUL ALTERNATIVE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

AN AWFUL ALTERNATIVE. BY E. F. BURNS, CLASS OF ’80. I. There once was a man, (And this information I obtained from a man, Whose sole occupation Was to study the legends of every nation, Who imagined one day (And it made his hair start, While cold grew his blood In each vivified part) That he'd swallowed a lizard While taking a sup Of aqua called pura From out of a cup. 11. Now what could he do? (Don't forget, by the way, This was hundreds of decades Ere your or my day) No stomach-pump handy, No antidote near, Instead of emetics, A cart-load of fear. What would you do, Supposing you'd swallowed a snake? Why, you'd call Dr. Dunn, Or, perhaps, Dr. Blake. 111. But this man who lived once, (And, pray, just look here, The men who lived once Are increasing each year; For no man lives twice In this world, at least, And the same thing holds true Of bird, fish, and beast,) Instead of consulting a Harvard M. D., Asked old, grape-vine Bacchus To set the snake free, From stomach or colon Or wher...

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AN EVENING STROLL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

AN EVENING STROLL. I am a fond lover of Nature, and there is no season of the year when her face is not attractive to me, even though it be covered with the fleecy veil of winter. But Fortune has condemned me to eke out my existence within the walls of a busy city, devoted to duties, in which are mingled but little of the beauties of Nature. However, by dint of much contrivance, I usually release myself from the bondage of my books towards the close of the day, and saunter forth towards the suburbs, allowing my careless steps to lead me where they will. And not unfrequently, as it chances this evening, do I find myself strolling listlessly along the extensive thorougfare of Commonwealth Avenue. And what an evening for a stroll! Although November, the perfume of departed summer still lingers in the atmosphere, and the air is cool and mild. The sky is one vast arch of azure, only relieved here and there by a few vagrant clouds, that are on their way home to the land of the sinking sun...

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AN INCIDENT OF WESTERN LIFE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

AN INCIDENT OF WESTERN LIFE. Reader, I shall speak of the West; but do not, for all that, expect a wild, blood-curdling tale. In fact, so quiet is my story that, from this point of view, it might have had its scene in peaceful Boston. Two years ago, I lived in a state not far from the Mississippi River. It was in the latter part of September that the incident which I am about to relate occurred. The autumnal showers, falling in a heavy, care-worn sort of away, sank into the fields and roads, and remained there, as if too tired to go any deeper, too heavy to rise any higher. Hence, roads and fields became very soft and tenacious. Early one Saturday, I accompanied a friend a few miles out of town, to assist in bringing in three head of cattle. This was an ordinary occurrence, but on this occasion I rode an extraordinary horse a veteran cat-tle-driver, who knew all the tricks of his trade. Though, for 7 O ' ten years he had been at this occupation, he seemed to have lost none of the ag...

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THE STORY OF THE ANGEL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

THE STORY OF THE ANGEL. In a miserable garret, situated in the densely populated portion of a great city of France, there lived a little child. " All the striving anxious forethought, That should only come with age, Weighed upon his baby spirit, Showed him soon life's sternest page; Grim Want was his nurse, and Sorrow Was his only heritage." Both his parents being dead, he was left to the care of an apple-woman, whom he was wont to assist at the street-corner, when business was brisk. But it often happened, on account of his very feeble health, that his guardian went to her daily labor, without disturbing his repose, and he was thus left to amuse himself as best he could in the close garret or the dirty alley. This garret contained neither chair nor table. A few shattered utensils for cooking, such as are usually seen in piles of rubbish, stood upon the hearth. A few potatoes on one broken dish, and a little meat on another, were the only articles of food. In the corner was a misera...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED 81-MONTHLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: One Dollar in advance, post-paid. Single copies, twenty cents. ADVERTISING RATES : Business cards, (one inch and a half,) $1.50 for each insertion, or $ 7.00 per year, including a copy of the STYLUS during that time. Additional space furnished at reasonable rates. Special Rates for the Cover. For sale at N. M. Williams, Thos. B. Noonan & Co., and Damrell, Upham & Co. 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 other 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. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, EDWAR...

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

EDITORIAL. We trust that the prizes offered by the STYLUS for the two best college songs, should serve as a stimulus to the students to display their powers in this direction. It is much to be regretted that this important feature of the college life, both in Europe and America, has been so long neglected by us. If there is anything in our after life that can vividly recall the pleasant memories of our youthful days, it is the chance singing or hearing sung, of our Alma Mater's representative song. There is certainly in our midst an abundance of metrical and harmonic talent, — even if talent is required, — which might partly, at least, be exercised in the composition of a good college song. Furthermore, laying aside the consideration of merely writing the song, or winning the prize, let all bear in mind the certain degree of glory, if it may be called such, which must inevitably come to the successful competitor in such an instance. The fear of inability to perform the work should n...

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RESOLUTIONS [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED BY THE Y. M. C. A. OF BOSTON COLLEGE, ON THE OCCASION OF THE DEATH OF REV. FR. STACK. Whereas , The members of the Young Men's Catholic Association of Boston College have learned with sorrow of the death of REV. THOMAS H. STACK, S. J., and, Whereas , Our sorrow is the more keen because we were filled with the hope of meeting him as our new President, and the faith that his ripe knowledge and christian virtues would impart much good to the Association, and, Whereas , We bow in faithful submission to the will of Almighty God, by the members of the Association, it is therefore Resolved , That we extend sympathy to his sorrowful parents, trusting that God may give them grace to bear their affliction in the true christian spirit. Resolved , That a requiem mass be celebrated in the Church of the Immaculate Conception, on Friday morning, ber 30th, at 9 o'clock, the members of the Association to attend in a body. Resolved , That a copy of these resolutions be sent to his...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

DOMI. Now bite your nails and tear your hair, And stamp the floor and claw the air: Shut close the blinds, bar fast the door, Ink plenteous sheets of foolscap o'er. Then, when the fit poetic's done, Climb to the roof, stand in the sun, And shout to Boston's gilded dome Your Alma Mater's college poem. On Wednesday, March 14th, a half-holiday was granted by Rev. Fr. Rector. At a meeting of the officers and consultors of the Senior Sodality, held March 12th, the medal and ribbon, worn previous to the last scholastic year, were readopted. A Base Ball Association has been formed in the Second Class of Grammar, with Timothy F. McCarthy as President and William T. Cashman as Treasurer. The team is a very strong one, and we are justified in predicting that it will uphold the reputation of the College on the diamond. The Leo Literary Club gave a very interesting and instructive entertainment 011 the afternoon of Friday, February 21 st. The programme was made up of essays and recitations, int...

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ODE TO A STOLEN HAT. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

ODE TO A STOLEN HA T. Revered, fond cherished, thou who satst Above my auburn locks enthroned, — My Vacuum's lost monarch, sore bemoaned, Where art thou now, my Sunday hat? Oft have I brushed, caressed thee too; Oft touched thee gaily to the fair; Oft spriteful tossed thee high in air.— Say, topst thou now a frowsy Jew? Alas, thy brief day o'er! His face Who thee dethroned was dug with scars, His breath a gust of foul cigars, And like a coward dog his pace. Within fair Boston's rich-booked fane The wretch advanced with thieving hand ; Deep slept that hour the guardian band Of civic law's blue-coated reign. A moment! and the deed was done! My new chapeau was gone, my best! A withered Derby's wrinkled crest Grinned in its place of sordid dun. What time Mercurial fingers doff Thee, think of him who paid for thee. O think of him, whose curses free Fall on the man who whipped thee off. The STYLUS board has offered for competition two prizes to be awarded to the two best representative co...

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Y. M. C. A. NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

Y. M. C. A. NOTES. The information that is found in a paper issued bi-monthly can scarcely be considered fresh, and so we hope our readers will pardon us if we venture to write a few words concerning the Association Ball. Although, in former years the balls of the Association were patronized to such an extent by the best Catholics of the city that, as happened last year, the hall was scarcely large enough to accommodate the great number who attended, still the Association hardly dared to risk engaging the largest hall in the city, fearing not only financial failure, but also, that if the ball were held in such a building as Mechanics, it would attract a class of people who would do no credit to the society. But the progressive spirit of the present board was not to be deterred by any such obstacles, and, despite the many objections urged by the opponents of the plan, determined to engage Mechanics Hall. The result every one knows. The ball was by far the most brilliant party of the ...

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PERSONALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

PERSONALS. Augustus J. Duarte, formerly of the class of 'BB, took his vows at Frederick, Md., April 3. Rev. John F. Ford, 'Bl has succeeded Rev. D. H. Roche at the Working Boys' Home. Mr. Edward P. Lamb, S. J. of'Bo, is the teacher of the class of second grammar at Loyola College, Baltimore. James F. Aylward, 'B4 delivered a lecture on " Actors and Acting," under the auspices of the St. Paul's Lyceum of Cambridgeport, on Friday evening, Feb. 10. Rev. Fr. Halpin gave a retreat to the pupils of the Academy of the Sacred Heart, Chester Square, during the last two days of February and the first two of March. The following week he preached the mission to unmarried women, at the Church of the Immaculate Conception. Rev. Fr. Rector assisted him during the latter. Rev. H. J. Shandelle S. J., a former teacher at the college and now professor of the class of Poetry at Holy Cross, was a visitor here on Feb. 14th. His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons during his recent stay in Boston, made an informal ...

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HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

HONORS. The results of the middle term examination were made known on Monday, Feb. 6th. Testimonials were awarded to the following students : In the class of foetry, James Cotter, Joseph H. Willis, Daniel W. Cronin, Michael J. Moloney, Maurice Lynch. In the frst class of grammar , John J. Cadigan, James W. O'Brien, Robert N. Daley, William A. Murphy, George J. Krim, Richard A. Smith, Charles J. Galligan. In the second class of grammar , John A. Coulterst, John T. Creagh, William F. O'Hare, Timothy A. Curtin, Michael A. Meaney, Michael F. Burke, Mark E. Madden. In the third class of grammar, John F. Kelley, Joseph J. O'Connor, John H. O'Connor, John F. Rorke, James J. Brick. In the frst class of rudiments, James F. Egan, Thomas J. Fitzgerald, W. George Mullin, W. Silas Glynn, James W. Dower. In the second class of rudiments , Charles F. Stack, Charles E. Lane, Thomas A. Quinlan, Joseph F. O'Connell, John W 7 . Mcßarron, Bernard F. McGrath, Michael A. Sullivan, Peter F. O'Connor, Guy ...

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EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1888

EXCHANGES. The College Student for February contains a very lengthy article on the " Religious Aspects of the Thirty Years' War." Were we to criticize this rambling and unsatisfactory essay from a literary point of view, we should be most apt to recommend to the writer clearness and perspicuity, both in the construction of his sentences and in the development of his arguments. His sentences are oftentimes so involved as to require a second reading. And his ideas are so confused and obscure, and put together with so little regard for natural order and sequence, that an intellect of extraordinary power would be required to follow easily his train of thought. But what we wish to censure, is not any blemishes or shortcomings in the author's style, — these we would be only too willing to pardon, but that spirit of bigotry and prejudice which is apparent throughout, and which is deserving of our severest condemnation. If there is any unity about the article, it is the one purpose which th...

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