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Page 13 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1894
Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
Country/State of Publication: Massachusetts, United States
Page 13 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1894

J. W. Newroar) . Florist’s Exchange Company 1 PEMBERTON SQUARE BOSTON, MASS. jfuneral Designs Cut Flowers Wheat Sheaves, Wire and Immortelle Designs Trees, Shrubs and Garden Plants Shirley Smith Costurrjer No. /g TREMONT ROW BOSTON Wm. J. Maguire SLATE. METAL, AND COMPOSITION ROOFER Slate Roofs Laid in Elastic Cement Bee-Hive Felt and Composition a Specialty For Gravel Roofs 544 Washington St. Telephone, BRIGHTON, WARD 25 AI Is ton Exchange Residence, near Oak Square . . . ESTABLISHED 1854 . , , Chas. J. Schumaker & Sons Anterior Decorators of Cburcbes, Ibalte, Etc. No. 27 Beach Street BOSTON, MASS. Bulfinch Clothing House Herrnan Weiss DEALER IX p/A/g and MISFIT CLOTH/NG 49 & 51 Howard St., cor. Bulfinch St. Opposite Engine 4 BOSTON, - - HASS. dress Suits to Let and for Sale |

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1894

Catholic Books and RELIGIOUS GOODS l-arge and Well Selected Stock. LOW PRICES Thomas B. Noonan & Co. Publishers, Booksellers, and Dealers in Church Goods IT, 19, and 21 Boylston Street BOSTON, MASS. Union PzvrK Ci£2tr Store S. FRIEDLANDER flDafiufacturer of jfine Cigars Wholesale and Retail Dealer in Tobacco, Pipes, Snuff, and Smokers’ Articles 1378 Washington St. Corner Union Park St. . BOSTON John H. Peak & Son Funeral Director? WAREROOMS 1374 Washington St. BOSTON J. H. Peak J- H. Peak. Jr. of — 1 Felix /Aarlier The n isses Patterson Vestments. Albs, Altar Linens, and all kinds of Church work for sale and made to order Also Boys’ Cassocks and Surplices. Stamping, Painting, and Embroidery. Orders by mail will receive prompt attention. 18 Boylston Street Room 15 Boston, ITass.

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Page 13 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 February 1894

Sell • Purchase • AVortgage ant ’ nsure Your South Boston. South Ends, Roxbury and Dorchester Property through the office of P. B. C ORBETT Auctioneer, Real Estate and Insurance Agent 321 Broadway, So. Boston Justice of the Peace and Notary Public. Telephone connection E. E. GOULD (Formerly of Day & Gould) Shoe Stealer 1307 TREMONT ST. ROXBURY J. FrapK Facey Printer 1S Oentral Square CA^BRIDGEPORT M rs. J. F. Meacham, 1716 Washington St. BOSTON Halloress Clothes Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing Gentlemen’s own material made and trimmed at the lowest prices Ladies’ Cloaks and Boy s Clothing Made or Repaired

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Masthead [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

The Boston College STYLUS March, 1894 Boston College Stylus Vol. VII. BOSTON COLLEGE, MARCH,, 1804. No. 4

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Page 2 Advertisements [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894
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Page 2 Advertisements Column 1 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

Collet Text BooKs *25! Catholic BooJ^s And Rklkwoits Articled — MAY BE FOUND IN GREAT VARIETY AT Williams' Catholic Bookstore 13S« WASHINGTON ST. I „ EAK THE catheoral PRICES THE LOWEST Williamson & Wlckwire Billiards . iSf A and Pool Cigars, Cobacco, aub Smokers' articles 14322 Washington Street BOSTON *I" CAMBRIDGE LAUNDRY Btfuns • Ifoatter • 159 Court Street JSoston P. Schell & Son t.ifiakers of JSreab, Cake anb flbastrt! 1226 and 1354 Washington Street BOSTON Ftt* clr and Vienna bread a Specialty

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 2 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

DINING ROOM 1 774 Washington St. * jfirst-class Cable Board 21 MEAL. TICKET LADIES S3. OO ; GENTS S3. SO SINGLE MEALS 2 SC. Ib. Chaplin & Son HAVING done business in the South End (at the "Old Corner Shoe More *') for many years are still prepared to furnish the public with FINK BOOTS and SHOES atMow prices. On account of the stringency of the times, however, the Annual Markdown Sale, which usually takes place in February, this year has been started two months early. Our patrons therefore have an opportunity to pro' ure their winter foot-gear at much cheaper rates than formerly, as the entire stock is marked down. Don't forget the number T : nT 1320 kUasbinaton St. CORNER OR WALTHAM Special Discounts to Students Green Hountain Creamery I. ... . ••• -• l 502 Washington Street > A FULL LINE OF 36read, Cake and {pastry CONSTANTLY ON HAND Hubbell & McGowan apothecaries Successor* |p Chats. F. F. Clarke 1553 to 1557 Washington Street Corner *W est Newto...

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Page 2 Advertisements Column 3 [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

James H. Thompson, Ph. G. "Sanford {pharmacy'' 1525 Washington Street Corner West Brook line * . BOSTON John P. . b Cigars a-ttiS- Cobacco ht No. 1336 W ash ington Street BOSTON D. J. WHOLLEY ! ■ * Manufacturer Wholesale and Retail Dealer in F»oe Boots aujd Jfodes? ... of Every Description ... jaw 1322 Washington St. Factory at Lynjt Rare Bargains in Elegant Samples We Retail at Wholesale Prices FINE REPAIRING LOW PRICES

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TO TIME—A DEFIANCE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

TO TIME—A DEFIANCE. AH prithee, speed thy futile flight, No harpy's feast is here ; No harvest ripe in blood to blight; No pampered realms to sear. Here breathes perennial youth, O Time ; At last thy spite is foiled. Betake thee to some baser clime, Where earth's fair robe is soiled. Feast where beneath a death-foul wave The cities of the plain, Curse-whelmed, within their pulsing grave, To vision yet remain. Where Egypt mourns her mystic rites, Those homes of royal clay That vainly rear their sombre heights, To bar the vulgar day ; Where Asia veils her guilty page, Whose elder records show, Chaotic, crime and taint of age, And man's historic woe. There gorge thy ample maw, O Time, Where nations lie entombed ; Nor rage to waste a happier clime, By Freedom's sun illumined. —M. '96.

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WHAT THEY LAUGHED AT. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

WHAT THEY LAUGHED AT. (COMPETITION ESSAY.) " By chance I found a book in ryme, Writ in an age, when few wrote well." «* Pimlyco, or Run Red Cap," ibog. MEN in general look upon things a few years old as out of date, something blue moulded and worthless; n<jt recognizing the fact that the mind of a race does not change with its dress. If we could bring an Elizabethan into this age, when the first surprise wore off, he could easily find companions enough, and after a few" months of schooling would be as much a man of our time as any we see every day on the street. We hurry more than he was wont to. We are quieter—may I say tamer? more moderate in many things, being bound by greater restraints; but a man of almost any century can claim acquaintance with one thing—our jokes. Puns are shortlived ; Johnson's comedies are freighted with the corpses of hundreds, but the old stories, and many old jests are as fresh as the day on which they startled their first hearers. Mr. Bullen ...

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THE SMALL BOY IN ANCIENT ATHENS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

THE SMALL BOY IN ANCIENT ATHENS. I THE ATHENIAN BABY. (COMPETITION ESSAY.) THE ancient, free-born, Athenian boy was a far more important factor in Grecian civilization than he is generally believed to have been. Those of that olden time—wiser than some of more modern days—recognized that the child of today is the citizen, the statesman and the warrior of the future; and this belief they carried into practice by surrounding his early days with influences—of which religion was the chief —such as would best mould his character to righteousness, and imprint upon his heart sentiments of. patriotism and fervent piety. Since then a study of Athenian youth is something more than a mere bit of interesting archasology, it will not be amiss for the STYLUS, whose pages should be the faithful reflex of the classics, to give space to an article or two on a subject so congenial and important. The Athenian baby in the first place was extremely fortunate in being Athenian. For Athens employed none o...

Publication Title: Stylus, The
Source: Boston College
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EXCHANGES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

EXCHANGES. COMPETITION ESSAY. A PROMINENT department in mcst college journals is the " Exchange list", or, as it is commonly called, the "Exchange Column". This, as is well known, is devoted exclusively to the consideration of the current college journals which are numbered among a paper's exchanges, and, in itself, forms an important part of a college journal. This custom, or system of exchange, not alone in college journalism, but also in the daily walks of life, is an old and established one. God, Himself, laid down this written law of " Give and receive," when in the garden of Eden He gave to man everything pleasing and agreeable in life, and asked in return something to offset these gifts, viz, obedience. The annals of history show that this beautiful custom has existed at all times, in all nations, under every form of government. Every people had, and has to-day, some characteristic mode of exchanging tokens of love and friendship ; from the mere nod of salutation to the most ...

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CROCODILE ASSERTIONS. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

CROCODILE ASSERTIONS. TIIE principles of Mr. Darwin's system of Evolution teach us that in man we may expect to find those habits and qualities alone which have been legitimately inherited from our respected ancestors, the monkeys, perfected it is true by the circumstances to which he has been obliged to adapt himself. Now the humanity of cannibals has never for an instant been called into question, yet they have striven to build up a social fabric on a habit that plays ducks and drakes with any theory of evolutionary heredity. Surely, they did not inherit this habit from our forefathers. Every one will acknowledge that monkeys are so imbued with the principle of the Survival ol the Fittest, that they would not dream of banqueting on their relatives. Why, even the Ascidian, an organism from which the monkeys undoubtedly claim descent, although it consists mainly of a mouth and a digestive system, thinks its species far too important, and has moreover sufficent espr it-de-corps not t...

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BOSTON COLLEGE SCHOLASTICATE. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

BOSTON COLLEGE SCHOLASTICATE. It may interest some of the readers of the STYLUS not acquainted with the fact to know that Boston College was first opened as a house of studies for the young men of the Society of Jesus. In the year iB6O the Church of the Immaculate Conception was dedicated, and in the same year, by order of Rev. Father Sopranis, Visitor of the Society of Jesus in the United States, the College building was made to serve as a scholasticate of the Society. This it continued to be for the space of three years, namely, till the summer of 1863, the middle of the Civil War. The Rector was Father Bapst, who also taught Moral Theology. During the greater part of the time the minister was Father James Tehan. The professors of dogmatic theology were principally Fathers Duvernay and Gresselin. Father Fulton, then a comparatively young priest, also taught Theology and preached besides in the Church. Other preachers wei'e Fathers' Welch and Ciampi, and Father Hitzelberger, alread...

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CLASS NOTES. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

CLASS NOTES. ON Tuesday, February 13, the Philosophers had a Disputation. The theses were from Ontology. David F. Regan defended, and John J. Burke and Michael J. Sullivan objected. The treatise on Psychology was begun on March 1. In Physics they are finishing the treatise on Sound, and will begin the treatise on Light, the last of the year, immediately after the Easter holidays. The judge of the Prize Oration on St. Patrick, repprts the admirable work done by the Rhetoricians. Twenty-one out of the twenty-five members of the class competed, and as the spirit of the subject had thoroughly mastered all, the decision proved difficult. John Stinson, however, fairly merited the ten dollars in greenbacks for the closest approach to genuine eloquence. It would be well if every 1 class had an occasional Maecenas to stimulate special branches of study during the year. On Monday evening, March 5, the members of the Academy of the class of ('97 presented the first of a series of entertainment...

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Boston College Stylus. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

Boston College Stylus. PUBLISHED MONTHLY. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION : One dollar in advance, post-paid. Single copies, fifteen cents. ADVERTISING RATES : Address T. F. MURPHY, Advertising Agent, Boston College. 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 Ave., Boston, Mass. EDITORS-. EDITOR-IN-CHIEF, JAMES A. DORSEY, '94 THOMAS J. GOLDING, '95. FRANCIS H. HOUSTON, '94. WILLIAM L. SULLIVAN, '95. CHARLES J. MARTELL, '96. THOMAS J. YOUNG, 97. BUSINESS MANAGER : MARTIN A. FOLEY, '95. ASSISTS. : STEPHEN A. BERGIN, '96 TIMOTHY J. COLLINS, '95. Press of THE ANGEL GUARDIAN, 92 Ruggles St. MARCH. 1594.

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EDITORIAL. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

EDITORIAL. Now is the winter of our discontent fast turning into the spring of our delight, for the interest taken by some of the classes in the competition essays is removing the chill from the cockles of our heart. We live and move and have our being, qua editor, in MSS. A shortage consequently gives us editorial anemia and heart failure, A good supply of wholesome, available MSS., on the other hand, induces the well-fed, satisfied feeling of one who begins life claily with porter-house steak, and the conviction that, as far as he has dipped into the future, there is no danger of his being obliged on any following day to feed on husks. Though we -restrain ourselves, we could almost embrace our most bitter enemy, when we see him approaching with a roll of foolscap. Strange to sav, the sight of the smallest MSS. will awaken within us feelings of benevolence and brotherhood we never thought ourselves capable of. Printers' foremen have the unconscionable habit of sending the proofs al...

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DOMI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

DOMI. "Mr. Barber," said Brown, As he sat in the chair, " You will please, sir, shave down," But funniest affair, With cynical stare, Said the Barber to Brown : " I can't do much else, sir, For down's all that's there." We have received from a prep the following poem, entitled : "An Autumnal Romance." It illustrates the follv of falling- in love with one of these " soft green " things. o o iD A leaf fell in love with the soft, green, lawn, He deemed her the sweetest and best; And then in a dreary November dawn He withered, and died on her breast. The students of conic sections possess one important advantage from a natural point of view. The proximity of their class-room to the lunch counter insures them, when emancipated from the thraldom of curves and functions, a monopoly on the squares and turnovers, and secures them from the necessity of becoming temporary waiters. At a meeting of the St. John's Catholic Literary Society of Quincy, held Thursday evening, March Bth, " The Income...

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ALUMNI. [Newspaper Article] — The Stylus — 1 March 1894

ALUMNI. AUGUSTINE L. RAFTER 'B2, submaster of the Comins School, and principal of the Comins evening school, is evidently very popular among his associates. He was reelected to the presidency of the evening school Principals' Association at the annual dinner, which took place at the Hotel Bellevue, on March 10. The closing: exercises of the Comins night O O school showed that Gus is yet possessed of his old time inventiveness and readiness to catch the value of passing events. " Our Navy " was the subject of the commencement exercises. The glory of the old Kearsarge and deeds of sea captains who trod her deck were used to stir up the patriotism and pride of the pupils. Mr. Rafter has served long, faithfully and efficiently. Is it not time for him to go higher ? The following Alumni are members of the University Club : Dr. William A. Dunn,'72, Dr. William G. Macdonald, '77, and Rev. William H. O'Connell, 'Bl. At a recent "smoke talk" given by the Catholic Club of Harvard, Rev. Willia...

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