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VALEDICTORY. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

VALEDICTORY. LADIES AND GENTLEMEN : You have followed our discussion with considerate attention, and we trust with some pleasure and interest. If in the development of our subject, there be lacking thoroughness of treatment and maturity of thought, let our youth and limited time be sufficient apology. For education is so vast a theme, so comprehensive in its conception, so important and far-reach-ing in every one of its individual bearings, that to discuss it adequately would require more than a fleeting evening, and the wisdom of one and twenty. In the hour which your indulgence has granted, we have endeavored to establish the principle that the right of educating is primarily and essentially the parents', and to place before you a clear and correct idea of education. This we maintain to be the training of the faculties of the whole man, founded on the solid basis of Christianity, vivified and permeated by its holy influence, guided by its unerring principles. The child emerges fro...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
JUNIOR EXHIBITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

JUNIOR EXHIBITION. The Junior Division presented a very entertaining programme to a large audience on the evening of the 26th of June. The essays in general had a classic flavor and evinced considerable ability on the part of their authors, and an intimate acquaintance with the subjects treated. "The College Boy," by William F. O'Hare, was a beautifully written and well read composition. William J. Walton's "Stories from the Anabasis," and the "Phaedrus Loquitur*' of James A. Brick bespoke for the writers and their companions an interest in the class authors, which must have gone far towards lightening the necessary labors of the year ; for " übi labor a7natur non laboratur "Our Friends," had it come from an idle student, would certainly have been a trifle too warm and effusive as an expression of scholarly love for Caesar, Ovid and Xenophon. As it was, however, the author, John T. Creagh, evidently meant every word of his eulogy, and what, with his fine rich voice and easy command ...

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Source: Boston College
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THE PLAT — RICHARD III. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

THE PLAT — RICHARD III. It was the opinion of a distinguished critic, who witnessed the commencement play of last year, that '"as an amateur performance, it was simply extraordinary, and, taken absolutely, was very good." Flattering as was this judgment, it would not convey a just idea of the merits of this year's performance ; and we feel that, had the same gentleman been present, his criticism would have been altered, so as to apply absolutely the epithet , with which he designated the former, considered as an amateur exhibition. Without boasting too much, we may say that our college stage has attained to such a height of excellence, that it is customary for an audience to expect something above the ordinary, and to be disappointed when they do not obtain it. This year, assuredly, there was no disappointment. The play was so remarkably well rendered that it would be a tax on the memory of any of the regular attendants to call to mind a performance which could surpass or even vie w...

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Source: Boston College
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BOSTON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

BOSTON COLLEGE ALUMNI ASSOCIATION. The following letter from the secretary of the Alumni Association was received by the editor a day or two too late for insertion in the last issue. As it is, however, the matter it contains can not but prove interesting even at this late date to the friends of the College. BOSTON, May 24, 18SS. MY DEAR MR. O' HARA :- Your letter of the 13th. was duly received, but an unfortunate combination of circumstances has prevented me from replying earlier. I am afraid that I shall be of very little service to you so far as giving you any considerable amount of information is concerned, but such as I have you are cordially welcome to, and let me say in this connection, that if, time, you think I can be of use, I trust that you will not hesitate to call upon me, and I shall always be glad to respond. If you desire, I will forward to you an account of whatever business is transacted at our annual meeting, which, as you perhaps are aware, immediately precedes th...

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Source: Boston College
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TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

TRANSLATIONS FROM THE GERMAN. WINTERS' TALE. (ECKELMANN) The sleeping earth old Winter's storms Have with a snowy covering decked; Still, still in sleep, not death, she lies Till Spring her charms again has waked. And just as children void of care, Repose upon a mother's breast, So too the sleeping flow'rets find In her protection grateful rest. There dream they of the pleasant breeze, The sparkling dew, the sunlit day, And see, exhaling sweet perfumes, The forest green, the meadows gay. They hear the carolling of the birds, The wavelets beating on the sand; Hold converse with the butterflies, And greet the beehive's buzzing band. The flowers awake from their long sleep, Display their splendor far and near; — All vanished is the pleasant dream, And lo! the Spring is truly here. X., '89. II. LORELEI. (HEINE.) Whence comes this sorrow, I know not; Yet my heart is o'erburdened with woe, A scene to my vision returning, From the days of the long ago. The air is cool; in the twilight The ...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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PERSONAL, COMMENCEMENT NOTES, ETC. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

PERSONAL, COMMENCEMENT NOTES, ETC. Every year during Commencement Week, Alma Mater sounds her gathering cry, and from all points of the field and from their several stations in life, her fair sons with those who wish her well come trooping around her standard and fill her halls with all the joys of reunion, with all the eclat of a distinguished assembly, and with exemplars of men already famous in the various great professions and avocations of life. During the closing week of the year 'S7-'SS, the "Domi and Personals" editor found plenty of matter for his constitutional manuscript. The poor fellow saw so many people, and greeted so many old friends, that he grows bewildered when he tries to recollect the names of all. He can tell you that the sanctuary, the bar, medicine, the'sciences, and business life were all well represented among the visitors to the college during the closing week of the present school year. Among others he noticed the following reverend gentlemen and graduate...

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THE ST. CECILIA EXCURSION. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

THE ST. CECILIA EXCURSION. The St. Cecilia Society is a rather large organization, never larger, however, than it was on Wednesday, June 27th, the occasion being that of an excursion out of the harbor to Minot Light. On steaming away from the wharf, the party with wonderful unanimity began formidable preparation for that portion of the programme, which was denominated 'fishing'. Small boys with large lines and large boys with small lines were huddled together promiscuously about the boat; and when, after having put in for a few moments at Long Island, the vessel was finally anchored oft" Minot Ledge, the hooks, already long-baited were hurriedly cast into water. Were the requisite space at our command, we might dilate upon the pause of breathless exspectancy, with which each young icthyologist awaited his coveted prize. Let it be enough to say that as the result of combined efforts of fifty fisherman for over half an hour, the sea, out of its immense finny treasures, yielded in all ...

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Source: Boston College
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COMMENCEMENT HONORS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

COMMENCEMENT HONORS. The class medals were awarded on commencement night at follows: In the class of mental philosophy, Florence J. Halloran ; in the class of physics, John A. Brett; in the class of chemistry , Daniel W. Lenehan ; in the class of humanities, James Cotter ; in the first class of grammar, John A. Cadigan ; in the second class of grammar , John A. Coulterst; in the third class of grammar, Joseph J. O'Connor; in the first class of rudiments, Tohn J. Flood ; in the second class of rudiments, James P. Nolan ; in the English course, John T. Dobbyn. The medals for mathematics were distributed as follows : First mathematics, George V. Leahy ; second mathematics, Francis W. Malev ; third mathematics, James W. O'Brien; first algebra, Richard A. Smith ; second algebra, section A, Charles F. Stack; second algebra, section B, Michael A. Sullivan. In the lower classes of mathematics, the premiums were taken by John T. Dobbyn in book-keeping ; Michael J. Dowd in first arithmetic, a...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
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EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

EXCHANGES. We regret that the rush of Commencement matter has crowded out of our present issue the usual exchange notices. To one and all we extend our hearty good wishes and hope for them, as for ourselves, success and progress in the future. The Collegium, for Tune has been received.

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BOOK NOTICES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

BOOK NOTICES. INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE, BY A. P. GAGE, PH.D. INTRODUCTION TO CHEMICAL SCIENCE, BY R. P. WILLIAMS, A. M. BOSTON ; GINN & CO., ISBB. The text books here noticed of Mr. Gage and Mr. Williams are, we have no hesitation in asserting, of the highest merit, as applied to the special object for which they were written. The experiments are simple, and the principles they are intended to elucidate clearly set forth. A teacher's hand is apparent throughout both volumes; and with such guides before them, young students must have every inducment and encouragement to study still more deeply the mysteries of the physicaf sciences. He're and there, perhaps, Mr. Williams is a little too compact; and we think that Mr. Gage's assertion on page 5 of his book, that "nothing but matter possesses energy" is open to the imputation of being rather loose.

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Page 103 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

EDWARD MURPHY, * TAILOR, .1 JS I X t O. 30 WEST STREET, Cor. Mason St., up stairs. BOSTON. First-class Work at Reasonable Prices. O'BRIEN & CORR, Printers, 286 Washington St., opp. School, BOSTON. JAMES MCCORMICK & Co, -BREWERS, Conant Street, - = Roxbury Office, 25 Central Street, Boston. Vv jJVrtistic pijotagcttfiljjj. PERFECT WORK INSTANTANEOUS PROCESS. FINEST STUDIO IN NEW ENGLAND. ELEVATOR FROM STREET DOOR. lO Temple Place, cor. Tremont St., Boston. Photographers to Class of 'S7, Boston College. DRAUGHTING INSTRUMENTS • For all kinds ofMECHANICAL DRAWING AND DESIGNING, Also a full line of clrtists' Materials and drt Goods for Ceeoratiou* Special terms to Students. 5^ = Send for catalogue. WABSWOBTH, HOWLAXD & QQ„ 82 & St WASHINGTON and 46 FRIEND STS., BOSTON, MASS. 263 <fc 265 WABASH AVE., CHK AIJO. ILL.

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Page 104 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

JOHN GORMLEY & SON, % <te * Mr 4 II TREMONT STREET, Conservatory, Trinity Place, BOSTON. TELEPIIOVE 44. JOSEPH CI LLOTT S " STEEITPENS. 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 lound at T Jota Bath Soi], 755 Washington Street, Opp. Continental Clothing House. F. S. FROST. H. A. LAWRENCE. FROST & ADAMS, Importers, Wholesale and Retail Dealers In GlHists' >x< Materials, OF EVEKY DESCRIPTION. DECORATIVE ART OOODS OF ALL KINDS. 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 C0RM1ILL, - - 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- DTEB, — DEALER IN...

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Page 104 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

EDWARD J. FLYNN, COUNSELLOR AT LAW, ROOM 11, 186 WASHINGTON STREET, BOSTON. D. B. FLETCHER & CO., BLANK * BOOK * MANUFACTURERS AND STATIONERS. Blank Books, AVriting Papers, Envelopes, Pens, etc., in great variety. PRINTING, ROOK-RINDING, ENGRAVING. IS© Devonsiiire St., IBostorn.. CHARLES M. DACEY # CO., ytunx tixl if Jtfxtxxix&lrfiriQ COR. DEVENS & WASHINGTON STS., CHARLESTOWN. IIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIII Prompt and respectful services Night and Day. Carriages To Let for all occasions. HARVEY BLUNT, ss Confectioner @ and m Caterer, « 751 TIHHIMIOIbTT ST. IJet. llutland and Concord Squares, BOSTON. THE BEST CXjCTSSXnSTO-. Fall Overcoats. * Wiijter OverGoats. < FALL AND WINTER SUITS,I> For Travelling, Business and Dress, Ready in our Retail Clothing Department. All Clothing sold by us is made 011 tlie premises, 111 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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Page 105 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888
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Page 105 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

ACADEMY OF THE DAY SCHOOL FOR YOUNG LADIES, Nos. i, 3 AND 5 CHESTER SQUARE, BOSTON. JAMES H. HAYES, « PLUMBEE, » Sanitary Drain ;i u and "Ventilation. GAS FITTING, GLOBES, BURNERS AND FIXTURES, 890 Tremont Street, - Boston. Particular attention given to House Drainage and Water Service, EUGENE LYNCH, ALTAR * WINES. ®- 24 INDIA and 140 MILK STS. OPPOSITE CUSTOM HOUSE. BOSTON, MASS. RICHARD WOOD, DEALER IN Boneless Herring sardines, FRESH, SMOKED AND PICKLED FISH, CLAMS, OYSTERS, LOBSTERS, PURE COD LIVER OIL., ETC., 1049 WASHINGTON ST., BOSTON. EDWARD KEYES, DEALER IN Anthracite and Bituminous Coal, ACADIA AND CANNEL COAL FOR OPEN GRATES, ©f?{?ice, IS ||quare. !0<s) Meil{?07c} CHARLESTOWN. Connected by Telephone. Costume + fartors, COSTUMES FOR MASQUERADES, PRIVATE %* V X HEIATRIOA[ - S 7 Tableaux, Old Folks' Concerts, Domino Parties, etc. a. P. &jlpmojvp, BASEMENT, 3 PEMBERTON SQUARE, - BOSTON.

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Page 105 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 July 1888

H. & F. MULLEN, HATTERS, -—iSa «... sa w ~j 799 Washington Street, near Hollis Street, A. Large and Select Stock of Fine Hats. Flexible, Stiff and Soft. Alpaca and Silk Umbrellas. Prices Low. K. J. MACKENZIE, REGISTERED * PHARMACIST, 51 E. NEWTON ST., COR. HARRISON AYE. Pure Drugs and Medicines, Toilet Goods, Hair, Nail and Tooth Brushes. Physicians' Prescriptions a specialty. BEST BRANDS OF CIGARS AND CIGARETTES. NEW CARPET STORE. THOMAS O'CALLAGHAN & COMPANY, ePi-H-c (2arpeti-ngo, chugw, etc. 601 WASHINGTON ST., GIO ° b BOSTON. WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. F. F. DRISCOLL & Co., Hotel and Restaurant Supplies a Specialty. BM¥CSI ; ®N; * B8&MKS, IS Blackstone Boston.. H. CHAPLIN & SON, We wish to inform the public that we have the largest BOOT and SHOE House at the SOUTH END. The stock embraces everything desirable in footwear. We have also added to our stock the celebrated make of HATHAWAY, SOULE and HARRINGTON'S in Button, Balmor...

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BOSTON FURNITURE CO. Ill lia lia ISiill a lliili PARLOR & CHAMBER SUITS L, U kJ U Boston Furniture Gornpany, 790 WASHINGTON ST., OPPOSITE HOLLIS. Reliable Goods. All standard makes of Carpets. Church and Institution orders solicited. Catalogues Free. JAS. F. HAYES. THOMAS KELLY. T. ZDOOX^XZbTGK Caterer and Confectioner, <111 13 TEMPLE PLACE,!> BOSTON. CHEVIOTS A2TD SERGES. Plain Serge and long line Chevoits in Blues and Blacks, from the best foreign and American looms, cut into Sacks and Frocks. 1 he most popular fabrics for summer use, being soft in finish and of light material, and yet exceptionally strong in texture, and make a most desirable and dressy garment for Gentlemen's and \ ouths warm weather wear. May now be found upon the counters in our Gentlemen's department, cor. Washington and Summer Streets, at SI 2, $15, $18, $2O, $2 2, $2 5, A.. SHUMAN <§£, GO. BOSTON. Sw- -•<

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