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Joseph McGarrity Newspapers
The Irish People
The Irish People
The Irish People, v. 1, no. 37, August 6, 1864.
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The Irish People, v. 1, no. 37, August 6, 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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l l . j r Von. I.-No. 37.] .v . ‘:x.i: l, ,‘ ‘ H DUBLIN, SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1864. TlIyE'‘CIT‘Yw‘MANSIr0'N, - . , so, LOWER BRIDGE-STREE1‘, 4 ; DMITTEDLY ONE 01; THE BEST SITUATE, CHEAPEST, AND MOST COMFORTABLE F , MIL)’ AND COMMERCIAL IIOTELS IN TIIE CITY. BED, ls.; BREAKFAST, la; DINNER (ormlxaltlr), Is. On. Drsrrna and Srrrnve lloorrs, Sstapurt lor Ladies and Families, Free of Charge. ' ‘ Accousrolmrlou l-‘ox SEVENTY-FIVlE‘PRlts0XL , ' . Nxculr Poemn always in Attendance. IPAVTRICK -s. CAREY,‘ rmpriecoi. IMPOR TA,',N1‘I l a THE TAILORING ElS$];ALIl3)II.I‘SllllIENT, Opposite the CITY HALL,‘ is the CHEAPEST HOUSE IN , ' 0 C - r FIRST-CLASS LO THING, either Ready-lllsde or to Order. GE 0 R GE H 0 PP E R, Proprietor. so, DAME-STREET, -3 Introducsr ol the Celebrntedlls. 6d.:Trowsers, and 20s. Lounge.Coat- Tun ‘“C.I'l‘Y DEPOT," ' ’ ‘ I5,A.'m I3, GREENSTREET. : V J ‘ GOODS IN, STOCK. Brown & Polson's Corn Flour and Starch. . er. . ' Sc ooliJlg's Prize Medal Pure Sweets. , V V Iswis do Co.‘s Pickles, Jellies, and Ginger Wines. X’ Rad Letter Bell Blue, and Royal Snxe Blue. British and Foreign Cigars and Clleroots. ’ 0olic)"s Knife Polish. Klugslordhi Patent Prepared Flour. , ., , . a sr, pron, & Co.‘s Biscuits, every vsriety. I Trade Discount to Wholesale Houses, and for quantities. ‘ ‘I'M. GRAHAM, Manufacturers‘ Agent, 98, CAPEL STREET. CIIANDELIERS IN ORMOLU, BIEONZE, , , - AND CRYSTAL, - v HALL AND LOBBY LAMPS >Gss Fittings of every variety. All Extensive Stock of the Newest Daiigns on View at tho ' - S ll 0 W R 0 0 ill 5 , oi the ' V ALLIANCE AND CONSUMERS‘ GAS COMPANY, .. 114 GRAFTON-STREET. IAN OFORTES--IMPORTAN '1‘ NOTICE.- P-menu l wing in the‘rs ssesaiou b d-tan :1 Cottage or Square Pieuololitps, either Old nrpltlew, can hs‘vn theirs altered to n Vfypygnpflrlhlr quality o‘f tolze, tstpd grand repe‘stinpwpov‘v‘er of touch, lo I snsnresatis t n ro metres re ouor reno- uoon,ui eitherclsss oiclnstmm.‘-lid, by n V G. I1l0Ll.A.ND, 43, LOWER OIIMOND QUAY. (Near the Metal-bridge), Late at lilnrcns Moses‘, and seven years foreman to the cure. lil‘Cullagh, Suilolk-street. ‘"10 highest relevance given as to capability to the first Doctors and Professors ol Music. Sllpmrlor sudlssting Pisnolorte Tuning. Terms, 2:. 6d., city. A ‘I"""=‘Be sud Square Piano for Sale. Will be sold very cheap. V EDUCATION. ,IV.M. 1i.'GILLE SI’ I E, V , No. 45, BOLTON-STREE1‘, . llss Pnvale Classes for Gentlemen preparing for the .College at s“'3F‘”‘31lhlQIINIl'lIlIns,Apothecurles‘ Hall, and all the Civil vfewlfe I.Xlml1IIllGM- lloubllorrling, from 0 till 3 o’clock , A preparatory class for junior laumh A Prospectus ol 'l'el'ms, &c., to be had at the Academy. s>.LL : GREAT CLEARANCE SALT’. or v SUMMER GOODS. OI’. FOUR TEEN DAYS ONLY. The Stock consists of SIIAWLS, MA.NTl.l-‘.S, FANCY Dlll-ISSES, l’Rl NTICD CALICOES AND M USLINS, S T l MILLINl1I’.Y, SIERY AND GLOVES, CLOTIIS AN D FANCY TWEEDS, BOOTS AND SIIOES, dun. HAMILL & C0,, i 31, LOWER GEOIIGEB-STIIEET, K INGSTOWN. ‘pp “TORBIS cause Fcctid Breath, Variable Appetite, Ifalpltatlon, Pains in the Chest and Sides, Itching ol the ”‘”'v G""‘u"KlheTeeth, Disturbed Sleep, Wasting ..i the Body, Hard Belly, Diucoleured Urine, Fits, &c. The established cure for ell kinds of Worms ‘ I-4L0YI)'S VEGETABLE hVORM LOZENGES, which are white and sweet, and suit the weakest child. , Adults "fair. Illoyrh Pills with the Lozengea. Either Lozenges or Pills ls. lgd. csch box; thrice the size, 23. 9d. Sold at 72, Dale-street; 1-‘:1, London-road; 2, hlill-street; 301, Plrli-rolll, 5, Paradise-street; and Dutton, Blrkanllcml. Agent for Duhlln- Mr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 21, Corn L e From lllr. Richardson, Chemist, 21, Corn-market, Dublin. “January 28th, 1862. “Dims Sm-Mn. Byrne, of the ‘Blue Bell,‘ gave her boy, live liars old, and bar girl, ten years old, your Lozenges, and the boy WM 33 large worms, and the girl 52, making alln all. I have rlhlni preserved in spirit for inspection. This is only one of the NH) hundreds ol canes webur at the good effects of your warm I Idttvlgos. ' Just Published, RIZE POEMS receiving the 100 Guineas offered in the Advertisements, “I10! FOR A SIIAKSPEARE," nud awarded by Messrs. Webster, 5'. Stirling Coyne, Andrew llnlliday, George Bose, and Thomas S. Stuart. Illustrated with Lithograph ' th and the Queen of Beuu . Can be had crwns at all the best Drapers in the Kingdom, or forwarded, on receipt of stamped address to DAY K; Soxs, Lithogrsphers to the Queen, Publishers, Lincoln's Inn Fields, London. SPLENDID PORTRAITS O! the Martyr Patriot, ROBERT EMLIET, As he stood before Lord Norbury on the tiny of his Trial, Sept. 18,‘ I803. Engraved on Steel, 22 inches by 14. Price Sixpence. Post free, Seven Stamps. To be had at Illsrrnrclt O‘C0sNl=:l.L, 8, Sutton- street, Soho-aqusrn, London, lV.; opposite St. Pntl-ick‘s Chapel. NB.-News Agents in the West'End of L0 don can be supplied with the husrr PEOPLE every Saturday morning. EOIIGE ARCIIDEACON ctlully informs his lriends end the public that he has commenced business in the BOOKSELLING and STATIONERY line, and also as I GENERAL NEWS AGENT, at ll, BIDDER- STREET, ISLINGTON, LIVERPOOL, and having had much ex- perience in every run the Book and Newspaper Trade, hoLhin this country, and the United States (of which he is a citizen), the advertiser coulldcutly oflcrs himself to the notice of Publishers here and in America, ss an Agent lor Serials, Periodicals, School Books, Prints, &c., &c., - , . ' ' ‘ AIICHDEACON has already in stock the National Works pub- lished by Juries Corrlgnn, consisting of liIitcbsl‘s Jail Journal, Re- . collections of John Mitchel, Spirit of the Nation, Memoirs of Tone, lVomen cl Ireland,’ Anecdotes of O'Connell, and Shnmus O'Brien. Also, those published It the Irishman, Oflice, namely-The Last Conquest (perhaps), Heating‘: Deieuce, Memoir of M‘lilnhon, ‘-mil portraits of Smith O'Brien, John Mitchel, uni‘ Gel-lern.l“‘l'i‘le.1lzner. together with a few copies of the Priest Ilunter, a tale of the penal times, by at. Archdeacon. The IRISH Psornn Newspaper sold wholesale and retail. Orders punctually attended to. 7]‘l'lE GLASGOW’ FREE PRESS, r - The only organ of Inrsn Narroxalsl-r in Scotland and the North nl Ireland and England, lucn Tu'ol>r.xcr.. Sold by Mr. PLASTO,News-agent, I44, UPPER ABBEY-ST., DUBLIN. IIOTOGRAPIIY. ALBUIIS-S-LYPERSEDED. BROWNS Registered Suspeuding Pantoscopic Album, eapahle 8 or more Csrtes do Visite. This new doe sign entirely supersedes the present book Album, as it embraces the V. KINGSTOWN Mr. BROWN is the Designer and Patentee. Agent for Dublin, A. Leuge, Sackvllle-utr'=eL A SSISTED EMIGRATION T0 AUSTRALIA. ‘ A . ‘nos conllnrrsn w'll Lasist Filty Yeah: lira Filty Single Young Wdmen to MEL- BOURNE, VICTORIA, on theiouowinl; c0n<lm0“.==-' I 1. Each Married Couple to contribute .612, which unll defray the expense of themselves and their two Y"““S ‘-l“m"‘“' 2. ‘Each Single Young Woman to contribut :5. “"1 be’ ‘so not to exceed thirty years. ' - ' , (1 th t the person has been vacci- ";'nndaa"I,'e‘ll‘t)iliI‘l‘:Il't‘El‘i)‘lo cllllsrnctzr and times! as In emilzmlit , I from a Clergyman. . . 4; be ddressed to the “ Inrsls t,t::.:l;I::;:’s‘:,".:,:.“:.‘;::“:.;=:; aw am By Order of the Committee . AISIES W. KAVANAGII, llon. Sac. City Hall, Dublin, lsui Aprl. 1864- . Imomw N0,“"?';.'2,E‘".‘.‘..‘E.’.‘2.’.‘33..i 1 ' ' LICIlI'B OD nssnnca or LIFE lsrlzns GREEN’&g0UT,L Damn. TM‘ 004 m the most shattered con- Weeks. Success in every case is certain--failure being impossible. Price lls ; or [our quantities in one (or 333. To be had only direct [rem the Proprietor, 96 StoPlI6I1’lrEl'00‘1 South. Dublin. Poeponim Orders to be made payable to Edward D- Bieord, or in any other nuns if preferred by “>“d4’-'- 55'" Wmlfll-I! packed to any address, or to any part 91 H16 w‘“1l1’Y- c0'““1'4u0“‘ dnll(v from l0 to 8, And 6 till 9, and for the convenience of country put onto Sundays till 2. Address, 98 Stephen'Ieguen South, Dublin. '.‘Rl<‘.n.Li<:'l"rn,Ir iPEOPL ,l j ,,,,,C,, UNSTAIUPED, Two-rlmcn; , STAMPED,‘ THREE-FENCE. l [Registered for T rmwmirsion Abroud.] 0 ll N‘ F. NU G n‘N.T,, yum STEAM MACHINE PRINTERS, AND CATHOLIC I‘UlILISlIERS,' 2.5, Ni-:w-now, WEST, nL'nl.ll<.' l Those requiring large quantities of Printing executed will iillll it their aduantnge to apply to NUGEXT & Co., as their Machinery, &c, are in full working order. , I . l ,. , - ' Twenty per cent. saved at least!. . , ' As our National Aluinnacl-L for 1865 will, uionly he in lmmta, e Town Commissioners of lmllind will see send in the alters- tions in Fairs atencs. Our Poetic Correspondents will be also tend u. - NO MORE GREY HAIR‘ OR lVHISIiIiRS. II A E, , Z TIIE CHEAPEST AND BEST IN THE .WORLD, , nh:r>vcxn'ro2s.6n. l-“V ‘‘-'l A Valuable Receipt, by which the Illair, in an instant, can now, with ease and safety, be changed to Iny required shape in n hesu-I 'llll, natural, and lusting Brown or Black, I cost less than One Farthing a year, will he sent free to any address on enclosing 30 Postage Stamps, and a stamped directed envelope to lilr. 0‘l3r:mr,‘ Post Onion, Newtownstewart, County Tyrone. ' ' l Ladies will avoid much inconvenience ’and expense, and at the some time consult personal appearance and comfort by Dyeing eir' own hair instead of wearing Fronts. ' = -' . l The above Hair Dye, hsvingrecelved the test of public opinion,- is pronounced to he the only one which at once cheaply, ‘con- veniently, nncl permanently nnawers the purpose. ' ' As those using or intending it for sale have now an opportunity‘ oi preparing it themselves, they may thus possess, at I merely nominal charge, an article at use or profit, in comparison of which the liquids vended as Heir Dyes are gross impositions. ' CURVY, Eruptions on the Face and Body, Pilnples,‘ Bells, Sore Eyes, old Wounds, Gravel, Piles, Rheumatism, &c.,,' speedily and edectually removed by ‘ LLOYD'S BLOOD PURIFTER. , Qu.u.r-rrhse'l‘hone of sarsapnrilla, but it cleanses all impurity, (however caused), in half the time, and is not half so expensive.‘ Every lurnily should take it in the Spring. ’ ‘ ‘ , With the Dintmerlt it i a more ctwsfov the Itch. The 2s. 9d. packet makes a quart at medicine, twice the size Gs , 6d., live times the size 115. Free by post to any address for 39, G6, , or 162 stamps, from the patented, lllr. Llogd, Chemist and.Dent'eal,, 425, Scotland-road, Liverpool. ,. , MAfent for Duhliumhlr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 2l, corn or et. , ' EEVIL’S CURIOUS ' ‘ PIIOTOGRAPHIC DRXAR l>rrns,(a gmtsenmloh); V l l j‘ I‘ - Sent Free and Safe by post, oukcceipt of 24 Stem ‘ j " - - ipe Vliarehouse, - , 27, IIERCHANTS-QUAY, DUBLIN, 1 - B A‘T: Lv B LI?- Imitated olten-never Equalled. V - he hear my mime, trademark, an address, VVILLIAM GRAHAM, 98, CAPEL-STREET. ‘ Oflice and St0res:- I2 and 13, GREEN-STREET. Each Ball is enclosed in A Red Wrapper. ' City Drugg-ists and Grocers will supply Retail Dealers. To those who desire to sell best quality in preference tdbest prolit articles, the Run-Lrrrnn BALL BLUE is recommended; it bears the highest character, is moderate in price and uniform in SEAFARDIG Men, Emigrants, and others have’ borne testimony to the lnvalushle qualities of v V - A LLOYD‘S VEGETABLE PILLS r r ' They promote the healthy action of the liver’ and digestive organs, purify the blood, act mildly on the bowels, remove bile, indigestion, wind, colic, Llysentry, heats, pains in the haclr, ‘ ‘ - They suit all ages of either sex.‘ Sold in boxes, I3&d. each; thrice the size, 23. 9d.; free to any address for 16 or as mihpi, from Lloyd, Chemist, 30, Mount Pleasant (oppo- site the “fesleyan Chapel), Liverpool ; North Branch, 425, ScotlmLl- ' rond (near Boundary-street). Sold at. 62, Dale-street ; 151, London- rond; 2, Mill-street; and SOI. Park-road. > I Agent for Dublin-Mr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 2], Corn ’ Market. ' ' "' TO THE CATHOLIC IIIERARCHY AND: . CLERGY ‘ v - - in all climates. IRISH BIANUFACTURE. ‘ ’ FOR SALE, a beautiful Gothic Altar, with Rcretlos and ’l‘shsr- ' nacle, made of Caen Stone and Irish Marbles. It is richly carved ’ with appropriate religious dgures. - ‘ we of Art is the first cl its kind ever attempted in Ire- ‘ land, and has been undertaken to show that the Catholic Clergy need not send out of Ireland money for such Altarn, as they can be ' had equally good in quality and even cheaper than they can be p “ cured in England. ‘ ' ’ ' ; In offering this work to the public, the originator tnlsts he will’ receive that support for a purely Irish undertnking which it is ad mitted ought always be given to any enterprise cnlculated to show ‘ that Irishmcn are n no way Interior to iellew-workman of any other V country. T . R E A D , Architectural Sculptor, Marble Mason, G-.c., V 33, GREAT BRUNSVVICK-STREET, “'here the Altar can be seen daily, and estimates given (or Pulpils, ‘ Monuments, and all other articles inths line. . . AMENTABLE FACT.-During the week ending Jun. 9, l8G-4, the number of deaths in the borough‘o[lLii’er- pool from cough, sstliuis, bronchitis, and consumption, was nearly 200. Phscaszxa l-‘ac-la-'l'hst -I" -.-' 'l..lw.“lll LLOYITS COUGII CURE dc LUNG PRESERVATIVE isan uuequslled remedy for the above complaints. i The cure: on and 2s. 9d. each (is saved by taking the 2s. 9d. bottle), and in Le e gen, th Prepared and sold b Ll , ' ‘o0l(ne.nr Boundary-street).: Sold at 72, Dale-street; I5], lam-' .!on-road; 2, ill-street; and 301, Park-road. " rAfen't for Dublin-Mr. RICHARDSON, Chemist, 2l, Cam I er st, perfectly astonishing and arm: incredible." Sold in bottles, legal .