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The Irish People
The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 36, July 30, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 36, July 30, 1864.
O'Leary, John, 1830-1907.
Luby, Thomas Clarke, 1821-1901.
Kickham, Charles Joseph, ca. 1826-1882.
Stephens, James, 1825-1901.
Irish Republican Brotherhood.
7 October 2015
Dublin : Printed for the proprietor and published at the office, 12 Parliament Street, by John Haltigan
Joseph McGarrity Newspaper Collection
Politics and government
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K. wT.H 13 FAMILY AND COMllII-ZIlCI.AL IIOTELS IXTIIE CITY. BED, ]s.; BREAKFAST, Is. . CITY.MANS,I"0N,J, ‘W: J , , i v ‘ , . so, LOWER BRIDGE-STREET, ‘ ; i M , ADIHTTEDLY ONE OF THE BEST SITUATE, CHEAPEST, , DINNER (Gum ‘ Ail"! i.‘i . i er), Is. (in. '“D1!j!a and in-rrxo Room, Set epiirt [or Ladies and Families, I-‘i-ee ot Clings.‘ , W i Accoimoniiriox roe. Snvzxrr-En’: PERSONS. ‘ ATRICK. s. Tm: TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT, Opposite the CITY HALL, is‘ (ha CHEAPEST Ho - , DUBLIN Ier. F‘IItST-‘CVLASS CLOTHING, either Ready-Made or to Orilet. ’ g G E'0,R“G 12 H 0 P P E R, i=..;,n.‘ia.,‘= ‘ ‘ 1 so, DAME’-STREET, ' i e Celebrated 14s. 6d. Trowsers, and 20:. Loiuige.Cont. Iutrodiicer oi th THE “CIT'YvDF.I'OT," - 12 Am 13, GREEN STREET. , GOODS IN STOCK. ' ‘ Brown 5-. I'cIson's Corn Flour and Starch. see and Barley. ' i 4 Born Lewis in Cola Pickles, J elliee, and Ginger Wines. Red Letter Ball Blue, and Royal Saxe Blue. i British and Foreign Cigars rind Cherootl. - . .- sr shay‘: Knife Polish. J 4 - Kings!ord‘s Patent Prepared Flour. ' i Belrer, Shnpaon, 8: Cole Biscuits, every variety. ‘ ' ‘Pride Discount to Wholesale Iloiuee, and for quantities. Whl. GIIAIIAIII, Manufacturers‘ Agent, ,' V‘, ’ 98, CAPEL STIlI<)E’l‘. ' H ‘o r T r E L Visitors to Dublin will experience every Comfort, civility, ‘and Kindness, by Boarding at 13, Iligh-street. Terms Moderate. -IAXIFS ‘DANIEL 0‘ROL'RKE,’ ' r ‘ TEA, : Winn, arm SPIRIT hlzrwirur, a rep e or. D‘ A Night Porter constantly in attendance. ' , 3 Cars In attendance at Five Minutes Notice. . v I BRONZE, CHANDELLERS nr omironu, v N i am) CRYSTAL , ’ ‘ " . .i riAi.i. axn LOBBY moire‘ On Fittings or every’ variety. An Extensive Stock of the Kswrst Design: on View at the > ‘ ‘ ‘ ' SIIOWv 1100115 ‘ , . - ,oIthe - n ALLIANCE AND CONSUMERS’ GAS COMPANY, - ii iii can-"cox racer. . Ly PIANOFORTES-UH OIJFANT N OTI(.‘E.- Person: having in their possession had-toned Cottage or Square Fiauoiarwa, either Old or New, can have them altered to a ""7 Iniwrior illnliiy rit tone, and grand repeating power or touch, Wm, will aiiiiure satisfaction through an entire alteration or reno- V"‘0“1 of either clan of Instrumeute, by f , G. IlCiliI.A.VI), 43, LOWER OIIMOXD QIIAY. , , . , (Nciir llle llletal-bridge), , , g , . i 1 1'” “l M’"’9‘L9 M0845‘, mid seven years Ioreinou to the ' - 3 i . v. essis. lI‘Cullagh, Suliolk-street. -Th‘-hlihtitreierence given as to capability to the drst Doctors Ind Professors of Mn.’ Sflikrior and liming Pienolorte Tuning. Terms, 2s. 6d., city. 4‘ Collage and Square Piano (or Sale. Will be said very cheap. g jig -ASSISTED EMIGRATION T0 AUSTRALIA. Till IIZISII ETIIIGIIATION COMIIITTEE will assist Fifty r Yo-mi: iiiiirriaa Couples and Fifty Single Young Women to MEL- BOURM-. VICTORIA, on the following conditions :- 1. Each hlarried Couple to contribute .912’, which will defray the Expense of thernselves nml their two young c ' en. 2- Etch Single Young Woman to contribut $5, and her age not to exceed uiiny yum 3- Th!-Ippllcitlbll for Amisted Pusages must be accompanied “Y bodily deformity and that the person has,heeri vacci- ;""di “Nil Ccriiilcate of nioralcharacter and illness as an emigrant ‘‘“"I I cli-Tlgyninn. F33 Imilicetiens for Passages must be addressed to the “ IRISH - W19! Cigiriiii-rm, City Hall, Dublin," and not eirnrlieie. Y Qriler of the Committee, .lAIllF.S W. KAVANAGII, lion. Sec. 0“! 17-". Dublin, l.'lth April, 1864. ORAIS cause Fuztid Breath, Variable Appetite, ,, G , lie-Minn. Paine in the Chest and siaei, Itching of the “:3 B:,l]l'lvdliIl)g, the TEt‘.lll,'I).l3Clll'l)'ELl Qlecp, ‘Wasting of the Body, u, “ad! 0-,: wi;Wn<:,l;Ir,i:tsi Lune, lib, &c. The established cure Ior l-I-0TD'S VEGETABLE “'0I’.hI LOZENGES. Wlllcll are white and , .4 ti. rtqtiixro Lzayari ml. with tho Lo , . Either Iiozenzen or Pills le. 1;d. each box; thrice the size, 23. 9d. P Sold at 73, Dale-street; 151, London-road‘, 2, Mill-atraat; 301, “ll-Md. 5, Paradise-street; and Dutton, Blrkeuhead. “:53” (or Dubliu- Mr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 21, Corn From Mr. Richardson, Chemist, 21, Com-market, Dublin. a “January 28th, 1862. . DEA! Sm-Mre. Iiyrue, oi the ‘ Blue Bell,‘ gave her boy, live 7“?! old, and her girl, ten years old, your Lozengeii, and the hey’ Plmed 32 large womia, and the girl 52’, making 84 In all. I have “WI Preserved in spirit lor inspection. in ia.ouly one ol the "“7 hundred: of cues we hear of thagooil ciiects of your Worm Ltltnguui ' ,If..M.P O R T A N'T! ' 'Nicinr' Ponranvalweys in Attendance. . 0 A P. E Y, f Proprietor. Tlllil MAGNIFICENT r T1 r ‘1 . LLI, rim nizcnnss or MAGEN . THE OBI) MAYOR OF DUBLIN, . , A scorcii KOBLMIRAS, TIIE PIIIMATE or air. I E Anil several other Distingiiished Friends of Charity, i - , Will be Distributed at ‘ ' ' ' ANNUAL‘ GRAND . BA7. , to the Extension‘ of - ST. VINCENTB FEMALE (IRPFIANAGE; N P. - Tiirtirr, i - Vfhicli will be held in the ’ IIOITND IIUOM, l20'I'I7NDO, IJUIZIJX, On MONDAY and TUESDAY, 17th and IStl:i ODTOEIR, IR64, lat rlze-An exquisitely cut ROMAN CAMEO NECK PENDANT of our SAVl0l.'R‘S IIEAD, beautifully mounted in line Gold, richly euunwlled, the Gift of His Eminence‘ Cardinal , 2nd Prize-A MAGNIFICENT OIL ii’. NTING, Value Two lIL'mr:xn,Gti.Vr:.i.iii!!-' This Painting, which ie the Gilt of a distinguished Noblenisn','represents the head of’ a Itornau Lady, crowned wiiiiawreaii. ocianreia The frame, which in mi) CllI)0l‘B‘l': is ornamented’ vri bleliicliitig handsomely’ sot; miniature views of Florence’ at each earlier, and at either side, at top snd‘base,‘nre Medallion Portraits of Dante, Petrarch, Boccaciii, and Ax-iosto.’ 'l‘hle'picture is a rare work of art. and must be eeenito he iipproc li&d.4‘ ii new on View in lhefine Arte Gallery of the Exhibition, Kiblarestree ‘ No. 33'.’ on the Catalogue. " ‘ '-‘ ‘ v w ‘ -''‘i,' 75’ v ii)3rd Prize-Presented bylha Right IIou.?the Lord Mayor oi nblin.‘ ‘- r ‘ - 1‘-,1!" l A very laeaiitilnl ELONGATED OVA I. TABLE, niiide of Kil- Iarney Arbutus-value Twenty Guineas! (inaniifactured by Egan, of Killariiey). V This elegant article of furniture isti to an artistic gem, being enriched with beautiful views ofiliose Castle, Killamey House, In- nitlellen, Glenn Cuttagv, Old ‘Vt? Bridge, Derryeunnihryj Mlickroes House, and llluckranniftbbey, whichllara ingeniously inlaid in‘ a lighter shade of Arbutus. The blending of the light and dark eliadee oi Arbutus form n charniingpicture, modeling the table an eleguiit as well as iiiise!iil.orii'amont tn the druwiiigirooni. The Irish Fern, Harp, and Shamrock are also beautifully inlaid on the pill.-ir and pedestial.u-'I'hegtiibloiiis‘now oii'view at Mr. gan'e suiiin lille Itoyal’-"Diiblin soeieiya - ibition oi Irish hlaniifsrtuve, Kildare-street. vi , 4 1 i-“in, Q" > 4th Prize-A1 PAII‘. oi BeiauiitiilIl"QXlES,'es1Iiindsumu EW PIIAETON, with Silver-iiioiinled’II:ii'n(ss to etrit; raiue'l)I,inety ;;.. i."7iiirl‘ rr .. 2. ‘5 a .. 2 35.’ O =- '3 a E w 3 Qt Guineas. v ,- Eitli Prize-The Gilt oi Madame la liI:ir<‘t-.liale De lllaclllulioii, D hes. il Magenta. “C Q IA I.IAh'DSOhIIi BRONZE CARI) STAND, , Repi-eeentiiig a Wild-iowl Chase, unmounted by a Bird, most artistically wrou t. , . , Gth Prize-The Gilt oi the Snperioress of the Sisters of Charity, 1' i . . iini2ic1iLi’ EIIIBEOIDERED BLUE siLir BABY'S DI>.i.ss, Made by the Orphan Girls of the Institution.’ under the special patronage of the F.mpre<l EHKPHW nh Prize-The Gilt ol 1). Lee. Xi-< J-P- D‘,3h"W"ftu A ciloicn AND vALi;.isi.ij. WOIih or Ai.,’l. en. Prize--The gift oi Canneck, white. an-3 Cm. Dublm. A BICII WALNUT ciiiFF0Ml:i’.E. With Plate Glass Back and Marble Top. mi. Prize-The Gift of 1‘. Doueganr Fee-. Dnmmtreet. LADVS GOLD WATCII , 10:1; PA”-.The Gilt ol the Commercial Young Men 0I‘1)lIl.Jlll'l, A I:lc1I SILVER MOIRF. A.V’l‘,lQLl3,DRl3S-‘- Suitable (er a Bride. Value '14!“ GWEN“ llth i-rizi-The Giitoi the negniar carpenters of G1oiimter- etre A COMPLETE SET OF cAnPlaxi“En‘s TOOLS. ,, In a l'uliai.icd oak Client, with National Devices carved on the lid. 12th I‘i-ize--The Gilt at the Itizht Rev. pr. GillD0 y.‘ , A ".lLUABI.E 1ii.uI0GaNi' V'vI:ITLhG-Di-Six. Covered with Russian I.enthe.r. ALSO FIVE IILZVIJIHZD l'I(ltE‘i ADIIITIDSAI, VAHYIKG IX i'.U.UI& FRO.“ TEN POUNDS T0 I-‘IVE SILILLISIGIV Including; a Gold Chain, given by a Lady It the Ch-my Sufi-ion preached on the Orphan: by the new. 'I‘. liurkr, 0-1'-. on Tnmty Sunday; White and Coloured Canton Crepe Shawls; Fflmed E“- greving: of Pope Pius IX., e Iim ass 0‘ ills FRMH. “"7 Queen oi Scots-, pieces of Irish Linen, 9“ ylldi long; SH’-is 0i :-ii .iw,,i “ pUnLiN, siirunnar, JULY 30,-V1864. .i; am) irosr COMFORTABLE USE in GIi<‘TS or r:i'ii:lEMI‘IiE.e; FRENC TH]-‘. , AAR, Orgupisfd by the Commercial Young Men of Dublin to raise Funds . ,,,,,,CE %UNST.lt.MPEl'). ‘TWO-PENCE. , . I i . V. - , STAMPED, THREE-PENCE. . ’ 1 i ' ' I 1 " 3 i i r l [T.‘(-‘rfi'.iiIri'edjbr T7'(iIi.iii1i's.ri'ori Al2i'aiul.] lI.li .il‘,'r4.Tv,, ,,.,,.,,',. K , rieli Tweed, niiinufactumi by hlahony auil Xicholl, of ,Cork (Sonia rlES now on View at the Ioilnstriiil Exhibition, liililare-street); the works oi Cardinal W’ eman, the Very Rev. J. ewiniin, .l. I‘. . leo, Moore's, Burns‘, and ‘Sir Walter Sci>tt‘e 1‘untlcal “’orIrs;1 Limerick Lace an ench. Cambrir: Dresses: Railway rwrappers; Ladies’ Companions; -Cameos, eel: , in Fine Cfol1cI'; i Ivory Cipere. Glasses; Workboxes and Writing Desk: made. 0 ‘ . . . . . . I-I. woik has induced the Coniinittize to present ii Coiiipliinentary (Frau) Ticket for a separate Special Drawing to each person who will pur- chaseer dispose of .'I‘wen .'l‘lckets .tor the General Drawing. This Free Ticket will cntitled the holder to I. ebauce at WlIll'llI1g,nlly,0lltI ‘a. hundred valuable prizes, including the following - J , lat Prize-The special gilt or her Imperial llbijesty the Empre. of the French, a lriiigniiiceiit IZQl'ESTItlAN GILT- FIGURE 0 , 'IIIE EMPEIIOII NAPOLEON I. on a handsome Pedestal, iritli , 111‘ Timepiecs in the centre; the winner L‘-Ill have .1230 orithe rize 1. v i 4 : . $ i 2nd Pri -The gift of the Most RSV. Dr. Dixon, Primate of All Ireland, a Copy nfvhis-,IN’I‘Il0lJI.'C'l‘ION TO THE SACRED. SCIIIIVIIJIKES. in two vole, richly bound in liloi-‘oeco. iirtl Prim-The giltiof 3 Friend, I Painting of the VIRGIN II .D (alter Overbeck), Life Size, value 20 Guineas. 4th PI'l7.B'-TIJE Gift of Dr. Netlley, TIIE SPIRIT OF TI-‘I15 NATION (Music and Words), with Autographs of the Pacts, gur- geously bound and illustrated. ' Prize-The giftci Major Illundell, of Crosliy, ainagnilicent. AINTING, in rich Gilt Frame. Subject-A scene on the Nile, Iroinn sketch taken on the spot. ' , , , Prlz%A CAS12i0li‘ WISE, consisting of 0ne.Dozeii oi best Part, One Dozen of ,Slierr3-, and One Dcieii of Champagne; the winner can h A l.‘(,GIIlllEfIS or the Prize 5 1 I ‘ ' ' ,7th,l‘rize-The James Duffy, lisip, Wellington-quay, a Copy of MOOIXEUS ME'I.1II)Il2S, Sci. (0 !iIii-lit‘, and bound iii , Morocco. . , Sth I‘riz.e-The gilt oi,tlic Superior of the Congregation of the Mission, 1’.'lI’i.s, a. richly ornamented STATUE OF THE YIIIC IN’ AND CII ILD. ‘ 9th Prizr-A"i'alu:ilile GOLD “'ATCII, the gilt of a Lady. “ ', 10ih Priz%The gift of e Uominercial Young Men of Dublin, A LIMERICIC LACE BRIDAL SHAWL, value Five Guineas.‘ Amongst the beautiful designs richly worked on the Shawl is‘a ‘ Ilarp encircled by wreaths of Shaniroclre. ’ "' ' ‘ Also 90 other valuable Prizes. The Drawings (general and special), which will be on the plan of ‘ the Art Union. will take place oi1‘the 18th October The winning numbers will be published in the Muniiny iVeii:.r and Freeman oi the 20th, and the prizes will be delivered on any day afterwards that will suit the convenience of the winners. ' ‘ . ‘Tickets for-the General Drawing, Sixpence each, which can be had from Illr. Lusage,i 40 Lower Sackville-street ; Mr. P. Donegan, i 32 Danie-street ; hIr.IJ.‘ Dul‘i‘y,= 15 Wellington-quay ;‘llIi'. lii!ulIany,‘r' Parliament-street :> Misc >Dowling,‘ 8' Esiaex-bridge ; re Nolan, Xrneau-street the Sisters oi Charity Vorth .,,fm,,, i w. - : M ‘ -.a..i. Ii: . I. I .'-3. ', i. '1 . > I ,' EDWARD liI'liIAIIO).‘,l , r i - . . . PATRICK iriaim, , n ', Coininittee Booms, St. Peter’s, Phibshorongh, 24:1. June, isoi: w EDLETTER BALL BLUE - v lniitated often-never Equalled. The Boxes hear my name, trade mark, and address, TVILLIAJI GBAIIARI, 98, CAI’EIrS'I‘REET. Oiiice and Storee:- 12 and 13, GREEN-STREET. Each Ball is enclosed in 1 Rod Wrapper. City Druggists and Grocers will eupplyjietail Dealers. To those who desire to roll best quslityiri prelereuce to best prolit articles, the BED-Lnrrizrr BALL I.’.x.i7)c is recommended; it bears the highest character, is moderate in price ,end uniloritu in quality. EAFARING Men, Emigrants, and others i have borne teetiuiony to the Invaluable qualities ‘ ' LLOY'D'S VEGETABLE YILLS ‘ in all climates. They promote the healthy action oi the liver and ' digestive organs, purify the blood, act mildly on the bowels, remove bile, indigestion, wind, colic,’ dysentry, heats, pains in‘ the back, Iowriess of iipirit &c. They suit all ages of either sex. Sold in‘ boxee, lligd. ench; thrice the size, 25. 9d.; free to any atld.reeI'1or ’ 16 or 36 stamps, from Lloy Chemist, 80, Mount Pleasant (oppo.- site the Wcsileyau Chapel), Liverpool ; North Branch, 425, Scotland- road (near Boundary-street). Sold at 62, Dale-street; I51, Iondon-' road; 2, Mill-street; and 301, Park-road. ‘ ‘ ' Agent [or Dublin-Mr. RICIIARDSON, Chemist,‘ 2], Corn I 8 TO THE CATHOLIC HIERARCHY AND‘ - C LERGY. , IEISII MANUFACTURE. FOR SALE, I beautiful Gothic Altar, wiin Rercdoe and ’I‘aber< , nacle, made of Caen Stone and Irish lllarbles. It is richly carved . with appropriate religioiis ligures. ‘ This work Art is the first of its kind ever attempted In Irs- ' land, and has been undertaken to show that the Catholic Clergy need not iieud out of Ireland money for such Altarii, as thcy can be" hiid equally good in quality and even cheaper than they can be pro- cured iu England. In oderlug this work to the public, the originator trusts he will receive that support for a purely Irish undertaking which it is ad- V initted ought always be given to any enterprise calculated to show ' that Ii-L-iiimen are in no way inferior to fellow-workmen of any other ' country. '5. R E A D , Architectural Sculptor, Marble Manon, &c., < Ar. 33, GREAT IIIIUNSWICK-STI'I2l<‘.'l‘, - Where the Altar can be seen daily, and estimate: given (or Pulpitnp IJAMENTABLE F ACT.--During the week ending ‘ Jan. 9, 1864, the number of deaths in the borough of Liver- pool Iroin cough, asthma, bronchiti; and consumption, was nearly 200. Pl.ZA‘iI2lO Faer- eoch (is. saved b Mange,‘ ,1“, “me pricee, lrce to any address for 16 or 36 stamps. Prepared and iiold by oyd, Chemist, 425, Scotland-road, Liver- ‘ool(nearBouudiu'y-street). Sold at , Dale-street; 151, Lou- '.on.i-oatl; ‘.', Mill-street; and 301, Park-road. .. Agent (or Dublin-illr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 21, Corn litrket.