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'VOL. IL-NO. 44.
THE RHADINO DAILY 'EAGLU
19 DD:Dlnr Dt
RITTER & CO.,
AT NO. 542 PENN STREET. ,
AD yEgTISSAIIiNTI3 L A . EWA
110F BS Raid.
',GEORGE F.' BAER,
T•rqNEAP AT LAW:- or-
An o s, No. 10 North Sixth street, (up
maim) nearly opoOatte the Court House,
leading, Pa. ; _ Einar 9...da1w
MATTH AS MENGEL, '. >
at Law. Wilco No,. 11 Smith, Sixth
street. All kinds of collecting and callow
Ye Racing done at tho' shortest notice.
Al acts as COunsel for AdininistratOrtt 1*
est lita up estates on reasonabletortas.
• arch 1-ti
JOHN W. BICKEL;
A TTORNEITI. AT UAW,' 0i110,4,
Building, (Ist floor, Intek,) NO,lOO .
tre street, Pottsville. M Oen be owlet*.
ted In tl►o German language. to u' Id
JESSE G. HAWLEY,
TTWINEY AT LAW.—Offloo No. 649,
A Penn greet, Sohtnunkor Holm Ball.
Eutranoo through the }E or
k tore. ", thin 47-4
DR. LOUIS De BARTH KUHN, '
rIFFICH AND IMIDENOVI, No. fit North
V 1 N nth street, Mailing, Pa. (doo 8 4
Tenders his professional services ,t 9 the
Minns of Reading. _
Orrice No. 207 NORTH 81ITH•er.
Can be consulted In the Rnklish and
man languages, at all boars Of the dor
night, when not professionally absent.
H. M. NAGLE,
(.I.s. Ponaton Surgeon.)
840 Penh street Reading, Ps.
OMee hnura—it to Ip. m. 13 to Bp. m. 41 •
Jan 2.43 4 1
'D. P. BOYER, M. D.,
OPENND AN OFFICE YOB TRH
prit s otloo of Medic!no at No. 89 North
Sixth street, Rending, Pa. Ofitco hoot"
from 8 tO 0 A. M.,1 to /laud 6 to 9 P. M.
pitarris,om - AND GLASS.—
.a. %valierill Pure White Lead, Foster%
English Pure White Lead, Liberty Pure
White Load, Pearl Pure White Load, Rod
Beal French' Zino, Prom% (thee, all sizes,
American Olasa,ail sizes, Linseed Oil, Put - .
ty,lPAlnte, &0 ., dee. For sale cheap, and
al; goods warranted as told, by
11050 WAN MILTISIORE,
octBl-tfty ," 619 Penn atm&
3 08. WORK.,
GERMAN AND ENGLISH;
DONE AT THE
EAGLE PRINTING OFFICE,
HOUSE FOR REIVF.—A THRERATOUY
MOCK 11011811, with two-story back
building, situate at 814 Penn street, be
tween Eighth and Ninth, suitable for a
sum The third story is arranged .for a
Lodge Room, Apply to
inari-d1 109 South Ninth street.
CATHOLIC PRAYER BOOKS.
CATHOLIC URSULINE MANUAL.
REY OF HEAVEN.
THE cATriomc MADE MECUM.
tiNCLIP, FRANK'S SERIES.
ti.iS . NIERRYREART'S SERIES.
OOLDEN LIGHT SERIES
AIRY MOONBEAM SERIES.
SABBATH BCIIOOI, DELL.
'1F•011 SALE lIY
AT THE i A6ILE BOOK linfOrGe
Mt, 612 nun 'reading, Pa,!
LUMBER! LUMBER I, I
BOAS IitATJD EN1313 . 511.
Corner . 4 h and Spruce threlit.
Nara Lion r Yard on 4th et ., below Penti.)
, OH HAPESr AND MOST
CONVENIE T YAUD WM
atiortm r n o of o * net Abitlay OoD
"HI be, allpoped of et the 101,00 market
pric es In qnsntities to suit porohasere,, •
ASO, P. BOAS. 080. W. SAUDENBUSIL
fab. 24-tf4l I •
EXCELSIOR BOOT AND BROS STOBB.
Na. SOO gtreat o Rawling s
,(Ke.ti Door to Lerek's Hardware Stare.)
ARIVICK & DRAKE')
fleet() announce to . the oltt sena Beatlittit
11114 vicinity, that they have nOs. in Store s
a very fina twortmout of '•
Ii EN'S AND BOYS' BOOTS AND (MOM
LAW F.B' AND CHILDREN'S' ROOTS AID
81 101i$ of ail - sizes, and of very .11 tMonur
tneke, which they will sell at • She toireet
c!futh prices, They invite all to Mill and so.
thAir Moak before purchasing elsewhere.,
a~They have also a One assortment' , Of • tete
rt styles HATS AND CAP& IoW
kinds ef suit:inter Work ,Meath'
fiko timidtiatbs very beet style, IA ebOXO
The patronage Of the' publti
tally solicited. Ulm 47 3 .14 .
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ILARDWA.RE . ITORE
au 141 d
BOILER FOR SALE.
The nudenolgoied elfbe Iblr sal" at tea.
oanablo Mesh •
ONfl tngtniaturnwe -fie OIL'
YOUR NORM POWs&
own anenjwonenrimatkin thi;
D .ARD PENN ins.
IMPORTANT TO MAORINIi3IB
Apply at do AMIN bailey it,iddreis
r • - • if
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Of II dOw
“fORI,THE .0000 . THAT, LACKS A'S'SIST . A.ROEi FOR THE NikEOS"RteurAssot.”
' PHILA. AND'READING RAILROAD
• • WINTBII 41111.1NOSitBliT • ,
••• itcoaaa ltru, 1&38.
FIVE - TRAINS • DOWN TO POILADED;
PHI a, Palming Howling, at 7.80, 10686 and 11.16 AJ ancl 4.2 b 4,10 OM P, Mi
UP' TO POTTSVILLE, at 10.66 A. M., and.
5.80 and 6.00 P. IL
TRAINS WEST TO LEBANON & HARRIS.
• . BUR°. ,
Western Express from New-York. at 1.04
A. M. and LW P. Ai. and'lo.l9 P. M.
Harrisburg Accommodation Train ati7.l6
A. N. and Mail ,Trains at WA A. AL, and
6.03 P. N.
On Sunday, the dotvn trains pnee Road.
?ng at 9.40 A. M. and 4.23 P. M t and up
trains at 10.50 A. M., and 0.57 P. M.
The 4.23 P. M. down, and 10.60 A. M. up
run only between Philadelphia and Road
-ITp trains leave Philadelphia for ...nailing.
Harrisburg and Pottsville at 7.80 and 8.15
A. fati, 14.80 noon, and 8.80 P. 514 and at 4.45
P.M. for ileadin g only.. 'rhe 8.15 A. 14. train
connects with trains for Tamaqua, Wil
liamsport, Elmira, Buffalo, Niagara and
,The 8.15 A. M.,and 8.30 P.M:up trains froth
Philadelphia, and 10.85 A. M., and '4.1.0
down trains_, stop only at principal eta ?
tiona below Reading.
Reading ..kownimodation Train: Leaves
Reading at 7.80 1c.,244-• returning from P 14,1 4,
adolphia at tow . M. ,; • . •
The, Pottn Accommodtlon train
leavelb Fottstovvn at 0.45 A. 61: Returning
;paves Philadelphia at 6.00 P. M.
The Western ExpresS trains connect at
Harrisburg with Express trains on the
Pennsylvania Railroad for Baltimorc,Pl tts
burgh gin 4 all points West l and the 10.45 Mull
train; ,00rinOota lturrieburg • for ritte•
burgh, Lancru3tor,Chapaboruburg, Sunbury,
r , ton, IntLeton, likesbarre,
rt Look Haven, Elmira and the Cana
Passenger trains leave Upper Depot for
Ephrata, Lititz, Volumbliand Lancaster lit
7.00 A. M. and 6.15 1 1 . M.
Through IfirstrOlass Coupon Tickets and
migrants ticketeat i redueed Fares,, to alt
the prinCipal points in the North,Wet and.
With le Coupons, .at 15 per cent. dis
count, between anypoints desired.
I itILBAGE TIOKETBI
Good for 000 lniltliebetween all points,
at al 00—for families and business firms.
Good for tho holder only, for 8,8; 9 and 19
months, between all points, at reduced
Fares. School Season Tickets one-third
less than the above.
Passengers will tako the Express'
Is West at tho UPPER DEPOT, and all
train' at the LOWER or OLD
pounds Baggage allowed oaoh , passen-
Bangers are requeited to purchase
tickets before entering the cars, as
)r fares are. charged if, paid in thc,
rural= Tickets, good for one day, by
4 M. Accommodation Train to u.
ma, and return, at $2 68 each.
U. A. NICOLLS,
2sd General Superintendent.
Arri at Reading at ' • 1pp.94 A, M:
•, atßeipling at ' 0' • 6.40 P.. 91:
Trains Nos. , 9 and 4 make close connec
tion at Reading with trains North and
South, on the Philadelphia and Reading.
Railroad, and Weston thelLobanon Valley
Road. No. 9 also makes dloso OonnectiOrk
with train for New York.
Tickets can be obtained at the offloeS of
the New Jersey central R. ,foot of Lib
erty street ' New` York, and 'Phila. &
ing R. R., Thirteenth and Callowhill Ste.,
P a ciadelphia.
Through Tickets to Now York and Phil
glals, sold at all the principal statiOns
a 4 binggage ()hacked through.
Trains are run by Philadelphia and Read- .
Railroad' time, which 10 ,ten minutes
faster than Pennsylvania R. R. Time.
GEORGE P. GAGE,
E. P. Exam', Gen, Frt.& Ticket Agbnt.
fob 18-Imd • I
- .o' -' Ni . ' 1 i PA'', S.
• h.!,. • ,it S4ir.:.
006 (1 4i s ':,
,A . $ 4 %, t' l ' l' • 4' %
1 .'',4 .4v- BARRETT'S O% A,....,;,'
': gq v) vegotwe .• w-
HAIR RESTORATIVE •
. it wis decided by the N.H., State Pair 4,
and is now Conceded by Hifi PtlidlO to ba
the very beet Preparation fur Jtestoriug ;
Gray or faded Hair to It. original color' )
pron i a l ot a l a nne
ii Growth ,
in e , r i erad i c ating 11 , u.
and neautth l ing ilia Hair. It tithe: kg
front poltouous drup, does not `...,
' stain tho Arlen bee. and 4:4 4 7
kart% the Seal CLEAN.
V the Ihdr mu, and .41Z"ti v
vid th , a , Loa sr. , ,
Sold by all Druggists and DemiUrn
, In ratan*
H. -BIRCH & BRO
DR. A. H. LIGHT,
LAUMAN tt itAmitiLL,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS
IN - \s
CIIOIOE - LIQUORS - 4'
WINES AND .SEGAIIS,
129 SOUTH NINTH STREET,
' "1 5 11ILADBLPHIA.
G. Y. ) 1 41711Alri G. C. nAmmILL.
K rtY c DER & CO.,
'Celebrated Tonle Herb Bitters.
t r „ •
:: • 1
ito; - 121. , *004.'04154 00eota
For islg . Ili 4,16010 gookitiorif.
ItEAp.NG I • . P4.i; ,FAIDAT : AFTERNOOS I
. #A.ItCil -- 19;' 1569;,.,.r.
ING al . COLUMBIA 11A1LIWAD.
On and after Thur
sday, Nov. 26th,
assonger rains will ninon this road
Reading at 7.0 n A. M.
IS II 6.15 P. M.
at Lancaster at 9.15 A. Lt.
" Columbia at 9.25 A. L .
Lancaster at 8.25 P. M.
colUmbia at 8.80 P. Me
ancaster & Columbia at
• me t ) ;
J. R. BARRETT do CO., Pioprlstoro k
I . IANCIISSTIM, 2r. 11,` '1
W. J. THIERWECIITER,
Agent!i f Reading; P
n; .toirlNsvimp - •
BALTIIIOIE - LOOK •. HOSPITALi
„ , •
OfOffice li r p• ts: Heath Fritcloite k Street. 1 .
TIIIONLXI , IIySIOIAN'ADYBRTI.4I34I. '
ttaeilisoorered the moet9ortain,Speedvin.
, • 'Meatus% Remedy in the world for a ll y
I SBABIO :OJT /311'111:1DENO1h,
Vette/ in isY.t flours! .Ato Irtfitnii I Ittrions
v 414orcint.Pretetuter.t, Or that Deadly
...e.iia...n i udioury, Mould amity Dinnediayty.
A VOHS WARRANTED OR NO ODAHON,
' -1N 1 0 11.0).1 ON.S. TO TWO.•DAYS. ." _
Meet, Strieture l ßerainui Weakness, Weak
/feet! in thu tack and LinibS, Affettlene of
tho4(idney and Bladder, involuntary Dis
oliarges,lmpoteney, tieneral D obit' ty, N er
voutoness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Bpirr
its, Confusion of !dose, Palpitation Of the
heart, Timidity', Trembling, Dimness of
!Sight or tliddiness,. Diseases of the Read,
ritttiat Nose or Skin, Affections of the
Liver, Lungs, Stomach or Rowels —those
Terrible Disor a ra arising from the setae
ry liabits of Youth—lice sir and solitary
practices more fatal to their victims than
the song of the syrons to the Mariners of
Ulyssea, blighting their most brUlinat
hopeA of anticipations, rendering ;oar-
Esieoitoly, who have lieoonier the victims
01 solitary Viet), that droadlul and destrue
otive habit which annually sweetie to an
untiniely grave thousands of Young Men
of the most exalted talentsnd prilliant
intellect, who might otherw i se have en
tranced gaoling Senate", with, the thun
ders oi 'eloquence of waked to ecstasy the
living lyre, may coil with full confidence.
,TAKE PARTIOULAB, NOTICE. .
'fume ark') some "of the Kid melancholy
effeet produced by early lm i ts 01 youth,
Viz: ,IVeuk nose .of the Bee and Limbs,
taloa in the Read, Dlumose of Sight_, Let's
Of MusoularPower,Palpitat ion of thelleart,
Dyspepsia, Nervous irritability, Derange
meat of the Digestive Funs:4low ,Oeueral
Debility, Symptoms of Consumption,
huNTALLy..-the twat effect On the
mind 'aro amok to be dreaded +-.Loss of
Memory, Confusion of ideas, Depressions
of I?.pirlts, POrebodingo, Aversion to
Society, Self-Di s trust, Love of Solitude,
Tumid. Timidity, le,. arci some of ,the 'ovillpro
. MAUBIAGB. • •
Xarried Persona, or Young:Men contem
plating marriage being aware Of physical,
weakness, organic' debility, deformities,
Re., tateuld apply immediately.
who places himself under the care of
Dr. J; may religiously confide in his honor
as - a gentleman, and confidently rely upon
his skill as a physician.
CY, lEPEDIMEN I I"I . O MARRIAGE.
By Dr. Johnston's Mar/talons treatment,
Weakness of the organs is speedily cured
and full vigor, restored. Thousands of ,the
most nervous, deqUitated and impotent,
who kad h leit all hopes, have boon imme
Ali impediments to Marriage,Physical or
Mental DiSqUalincatiOu, Loss of Procrea
,Power t Nervous 'lrritability, Trona
hung and Weakness, or exhaustion of the
;most fearfulikladi speedily cured.
DU. JPANSTON, -
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons,
Lonuon,Praduv.te from one of the most em
inent Co egos in the United States,
the greater part 0 whose life has been
spent' in the hospitals o London, Paris,
Philadelphia 11141 elsewhere, has el: Meted
some , of the moot astonishing cures the
•were ever known; .intufy troubled with
ringing , in the head and ears when asleep,
great nervousness, being alarmed at sod
don sounds, bashfulness, with frequent
blushing, attended seinetimes with de
rangement of mi,td, Were cured iramedf
• ' YOUNG MEN
`Who nave Injured enuielves by a certain
prattle° inuulgod I when alone, a ,habit
Xrequentiy learned *ow evil companions,
Or at sdhool, the effe tact wilt% aro night.,
ly felt, oven When usle p, and if not cured'
renders marriage Inipoilable, And destroys
• hoth Wind and body, should apply imme-
What a pity that a yOung man, the hope
of 'hie ceuutiy, the darling of his parents'
should be enutohed-frbin all prospects and
enjoyments of iife, by the consequence Of
deviating from the path of nature and in-
dulging in q certain seorot habit. Ouch ;
persons mein., before contemplating
reflect tha t a sound Mind and body are the
meat, necessary reqiiisites to promote Con
nubial inippinoss. Indeed, without these
the journey through life hedonics a *eery
pilgrimage; the prospedt hourly d'arlcens
to the view; the mind becomes shadowed
with do spelt' and filled with the melanclao.
ly reflection that the happiness of another
becomes blighbed with our Own. 1
DISEASE Oir IMJ Y RUDENOE. ,
Whoa the misguided and tinprudont vo
tary of pleasure finds that ho has imbibed
the seeds of. this painful disease, it too
often happens that an ill-timed sense of
shame,9r dread of discovery, deters him
from a pplying to those'Who, from educa
tion and respeCtability,can alone befriend
him, delaying till tpo constitutional symp
toms of this horrid disease make their ar,
pearance, such as ulceratetU sore throal,
diseased nose, nocturnal pains in the head
and limbs, dimness of sight, deafness
nodes on the shin-bones ahu arms, blotch
es on the head, face and extremities pro..
grossing with frightful rpidity, till at
last the palate of the mon h or the bones
of the nose fall in, and the, victim of this
awful disease becomes a hortidobjeet 'of
commiseration, till death puts a period to
his droadfaLsufferings, by Sending him to
11 that Undiscovered Country
,fr 0132 Whence
no traveller retureg." l • • •
OFFIOni NO. 7 SOUTH FREDEHIOK NT. )
Left4hand side geing front Baltimore etre et
a few doors irons the corner. !ail not to
observe the name and number. .
Letters Must be paid and contain a stamp.
The Doctor's Diploma hangs ' in his office.
ENDORSEMENT OF T. 41 PRESS.
The many thousands Cured a t this insti
tution .year after year, ong the numer
ous important, btirgical 'Operations per
formedby Dr. Johnston. witnessed 'by the
reporters of tho " Etun, ll "Clippers and
Many other papers, notices of which bays
apPeared ag ain and again beforie the' pub
lic, besides his standing as a gentleman of
character and responsibility; is a sufficient
guarantooto t ha afflicted.
SKIN DISEASES EASILY CURED.
Mo(lowan & M' timore,
DMA US EN
HONE FITENISHIN 000D8.
M.E TALg t
TIN PLATES ) „:9HzEr IRON, i
SADDLERt 4. 1 &a., &0.,' &o.
• . No. 612
PENN STREET, READING, P. ,
ap24-d , _ i
'MOTH PAPHAt POR S ALE
~, at, the RAOI3
0f1166. 1 ' i febl94
~ LEAMAN, 4f1 1 1 , ' •
p.ito.tfiG._B4EliV r fi' Asa
Wittvet, ibrlidtrigillte. enthi
In the Art doup obeap and '
fest 4-17 -
titOUT,eight years ago I YttUi attacked
with a disease which rnedsliti*PPear.
.artoe in the form' of SORBS; *bleb wept
gettintyworini for it, lengthy am, lista
my condition became &trawl when •Dr.
r-g-••••-•, of Biddle street, was ed in, who
attended me for two months, at the end of
which time he pronounced my Cue halo.
less. He then called in Dr. •--- then of,
Lombard Street' Infirmary; as *Oneonta(
.phyeleian in my oase,who also pronoimeed
my case ineurable.•-to use his own words
my lower limbs would - rot eff.” Both
told Me I might poultice, but it was nO use
taking medians; and both itopptd com
ing to see me. During the time, or a little
before their attendance, the sight Of pay
left eye len roe from the effects of the die.
ease. In this condition I lingered for near
ly a year, when a friend brought me trot
Coletnan it Roger's Drug Store a bottle f
the tiA,MAKITAWS ROOT sod HRH
JUICE 3. When 1 commenced Wrin it It
was confined to m 3, bed, and not able to
stand on the floor. After taking that bot
tlo 1 felt hotter. I then continued until I
'had taken eleven bottles, when I wars en•
restor*d, my sores all tehled, my
general health echoed
• as Wier, Imo my
Sight nearly restored
, MARY 110DuEs,
i No.l Model* Street
Mate rpfatut , Banff Nero City eau*.
This is to eertily that on this 11th day Of
March, 1860, personally appeared before
me, the subseritier k Justioe of the Peace .01
the State of Maryland, In and for Rani
more , City "ftioresaid, Mary Hodges, '11.114
made oath in due form of that the
matter and lasts stated In the foregoing
eurtigeate are true ea therein stated.
Sworn before me. , D. BRIDE
• , Justice of the pest le.
It is unnecessaryto say anything more l
regarding the curative powers 01 the
SAMARIT4II'II ROOT it HERB JUICES.
Here is a case given up by two of the
most able Doctors of Baltimore, one of
them a Physioian to the Lombard Street
Infirmary, ln Baltimore City, -an lostitu.
tion that is, known throughout the °min
' try. The '
SAMARITAN% ROOT al fiZEB Jill RS
Is a POIIIIVO Mira, for Scrofula in all its
forme, Ulbera, Sores. Spots, Tet re.
Scales, Boils, and alllliseasee of the b OW
and akin. A sa remedy for Syphilis It is
positive. ' Phyeloitins, by the"nes of this
remedy you will permanentlY ware this
dreadful diaoaso. Stop then the lancet,
painting and ounetio,•whieh have always
ailed, ond , tise a remedy that will leave
Your patents with sound tone& •1.2 per
bottle. • '
SAMARITAN'S GIFT I
The.onl real and posUlts oure for Glen-
OrrikOat blet, and dlseasse arlslng_from
Indies:met on. Balsam COpaibitaad mercu
ry discarded; only ton plllS'effeat a cure.
ThOy• are purely vegetablecore In from
two to four days, thus avoiding exposure
and trouble. Prloo, male paokages,4sl.oo;
female, 0.00. dent by mall,
LEUCOHSIICEA, 08 WHITES.
The attention of females is eallea to the
nee of this rense4y, it being a positive cure
for these tom:olMbyte
Sold 'by Harvey 13140b t S. Stevens, anel
ty,Drugglete. DICSMOND 44 CO.,
. mar 17 . 015 Ham! Street, Pbila.
"MANHOOD'S WEAKNESS." •
' Tan thintx434Diff
Qonatitution Invigorating Syrup
at 1.41.6 BEM. Pip:PAM/M. SXPRIIISLY
to meet those illsoniers arising !Voir'
f•abuse and. Sexual Execs*. /Energetic,
yet innocent, it gives tone and vigor not
only to the organs Of generation, but to the
system generally ieh it Involuntary sem
inal emissions and di barges, cures impa
tense, and removes t he long train of dis..
treating symptoms resulting from arees
sive or unnatural use of the seltual organs.
Call or send for a circular. Orders tor
Baden-Baden - Constitution Invigorating
llYrupshorild be addressed to WM. O. MONT
GOMEItY, No. ltd North Sixthitroet. Frio,
al per bottle.
HARVEY BIROR, Aga
HAIR R E STORER,i
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THE IRISKIN AMERIDA # THEIR FAITH
• Lecture Delivered by the Rev. J.
lielgLlT9lr e In et. lPeter'e •
Obineb, Mewling, Pa." Moron
The reverend gentleman was introduc
ed to the Urge and apprecletWo andionee
by the Rev, Father Filen, Pastor of St.
Peterie l in brief. but appropriate remarks,
at the close of whiah the, lecturer spoke
as follows t.
'Ladies and Gentlimets:—ln consider•
ing the nature ofthe lecture which I pro
pose to deliver tits evening, the great
diffloulty which presented itself was the
Selection of a suitable subject. ,Not that
the occasion is not oufficiently suggestive,
not that any man with a drop of Irish
blood in his veins could well bo at a loss
for matter, but I felt a strong distaste to
go over familiar ground.. I disliked go
ing over the history of St. Patrick, not
that the hiitory of so eminent a Saint is
uninteresting, for it is a subject of the
most veried . and thrilling interest—a sub.
ject i perhape, the Ino3t appropriate•=a
suldect atound i ing with passages .of the
most striking character and of' the most
delicate beauty. Not either that I dis
like the history of the old land—a history
*bore glory is written indelibly Tr every
page—Chistory of an island of saints
and heroes—of an island that has , suffer
ed more for the faith, and remained more
faithful thin any , country in Europe—of
4n island where rivereand mountains are
the yery,mirrot of beanty—Of an island
whose ttioss-tiled towers stand Pointing
with historic!, finger to ages of chivalry
before St. Patrick—of an island where
the Nines our of forefathers who lived in
the faith, who suffered for the faith, and
who' did in the faith, rest side by, side
and, eahetify almost every acre of the
My heart warms4o St. Patrick as the
heart of a Child toThis parent, and I loye
to speak of the old land - and, of the
lights and the shadoWs that have passed
over it in its varied history, of nearly
2000 years—to think of the land that was
christianized without the shedding of one
drop ore, martyr's blood. But these are
oland familiar things ' They form the
nu eery rhymes of tho Irish child. Which
of s but +embers whop . fie. eat at his,
mo her's knee and listenedilo the won.'
derful old legends about St. Patrick and
his companions, how they traveled the
old island over and over adthinistering
consolations to . the afflicted, and - fhtenct
inislelphig band to the needy and the
poor—how their vesper song rose on th
evening and sometimes from remises of
the cloister—sometimes from the vale hilt
among the hills where the gentle river
wound peacefully along, and the lowing
herds wiyding down the hills sought rest
at the . close of day—how our blood ,
coureed quicker, and one young hearts
grew bolder, as we listened to the gloriet
of Brien the Brave—how we loved to Ba
ton te the boldness and valor of Sarsfield,l
of the cautious bravery of O'breill, and
how we grieved while we_ heard of the
sorrows and intelbrtunes of '9B‘—how we
learned and pondered Over the last words
of the Patriot Emmett, anci which of ua
but his been rocked to sleep by the mu
sic of the Irish lullaby. /' „.,. • '
These, I say, are all old and familiar
things, and it is principally bpsause they'
'ire so ramilier that I' have ventured to,
set them aside on an occasion when we
havegathered together to 'revive , the
eerie of otir
s aneestors, and to keep
green,the,mensories of old Ireland.
But thotigh I tio not kropose to cule.,
gize the faith end the, heroism of the,
Irish at home, yet will'l not fOrget thW
Irish ,abroad. If Ido not follow the
ligift.hearted Irishman through his na.
tiveldlls or to the. chapel at home, yet
will I not lose sight of him la, standing
on the deck he takeita lest' look• at the
green 'bills and tarns, his face to the
Wed in search 'of Corinne and' tame- in
..4nterica. Treland has contributed her full
share to•Aatever - of glory Eutoia can
claim. Mt children g lory
themselves in . every .el ime Whether it
be in the.eabinet er in till field; or, in
both, Irieb latelleit and Irish islet.' have
left their mirk ',ln no. tincailiir May.
Isiah faith and itia4 *toque ce :evingel ,
isiodSoribeniltorOpe *44m the crescent
tfrifeltemmed • witiofirit' lied in the
test, iind If in' *NT agf.a ib clemalry a
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France and Germany could sespead
mestic wars and Mirth side by 'side to
the conquest of JerusalemMthey could
and band together fbr the safety of Chris-
tendom, and the glory of the thatch,
under Clod it was due is no small degree
to the effective preaching of
,the , self sa•
erificieg monks from boleti".
But our subject is not . ' the Arial' at
home, no'rthe Irish in Europe; bat' it is
the Irish in America. Providencesetess
have reserved the task of spreadierthe
faith throughout tho .whole world' to
Irishmen and their children. One blit)oe
Lord gathered around him the, college
of the Apostles, and Ile bieesed diem
and commissioned them to''gb forth insi
"preach the Gospelteoll
mission of Ireland would seem.to be the
same. Her faith is the Berne. She his
received it from the sitxte'Divitie tether
iy, and if she has not reaciiid'Otel ver
bal commission to ' , preach and :to I teaoh
Apostloi received, elvetthelesf,
she has seat forth hit 0114101'i 111 alksieb
to every eo k autry to preach the 'Oh ; of
the Apostles, to practice their virtues,
and to emulate their heroic 'h4liasse.
Thus it happened that' the Irish in every
sge; either through the seal of the. Pis
iflounry, or through the misfortune of the
exile, found their way to foreign 'leads ) ,
poor in the wealth of this wo'ridi 'but
rich in the posspssion o , t thofeith' of St,
Patrick. And, whatever else they may
have lost, .that they Lave loser surren
dered. Their nationality` they bail,' ipat
—their homesteads have been tehen fV - Otn
them—they have lost their indepiedtece
and ,their liberty,' but their faith' they
hove kept and brtitight it with the.M.
The earliest missjonerieslo whet, is
now the territory of the I,4died States
were the . Freneh art the apietards.
Spain had hor'mistionarree and ,her let
tlements from the \ Mississippi te, ttv . lte.
nah. .'rho Preach missionaries' labOred
from the mouth elf the St. ',entente to
St. Louie. The territory now tom.
prising the i &relines, „Virghtia and
orthward•tO New England, and of ionise
New England; being under the coatrolof
the English, wis,exengolined by, 4u.
rifaus in the Noith., end' bitiellltilke . ited
desperadoes in the South. The' Myra
Of the Spanish - and 4 Flrench
as , Bancroft himetilf is candid en,i 6 40 1 , to
relate, were of the most:seals:kw tied self
seer/tieing character. They traveletkday
and night, sometimes on ,horseinick,
sometimes on foet,,through4ellettlltss
wilderness,.- carrying the tidlagerlof
salvation to the wigwais of the-. Indian.
But their laborers were fow, and their ie•
sources slender. ,Titeiteraks',74o not
reernitedfrom the mother coenirlethisnd
one by one they fell victims to the strange.
ness of the climate or the toreihaeli of
the 4vage: Thus we werela
to have lost the faith had imt,P,rovidettoe. l
raised up our deliverers in the persons of
the Irish emigrants,
Previous to the Amer Wan fle , t6lnthin i .
add oven at the breaking out or the Rev. 1
olutionary War, the, number of Catholic
Irish in the colopfes was comparatively
anis% 'This was owing' to the 443 did
the condition of Ireland 0444 partlen•
lat peiiod was better than it had been for
years before; and also. to the 'other fact
that the practice of the I ‘,ll6naili Nell.
gion," as it was calle4was madeaPenbt
offence in the colonies of New YOrkt , and
Massachusetts—the verY`.men -Who".had
loft Ihgland for condelencei $4001,014
put to death any prieat who had tha,hardi•
hood to enter within the limits iof their
grants. Stranger -still that %Minato
Penn, who pottage( freetioth,,nt,:e4n. '
science, and eveOtoleritted the orgleai Or
the indiansiahonld write to bin deputy
in 1708, and Complain that the' doseaillal
of the mane Was Permitbs 4l . l ?4l44l,o l ,t."
But notwithstanding the persengott,to•
which they ,were 'subjected,' then rish
priests were found laboring &septets
colonists, for we find that in 11446148 k
priest was hanged by the antherittei t of
Now York for performing the : ism f ord
in Philadelphia, until a f:0110 Y'eara; •, a
modest tombstone marked,' the :.t rtik
place of another., !The Insiripttnn,lbeau
tiful in its aimplfeityy was,.;llohn.
Michael brown, died December 4ii , ,'41700,
may be rest- in petite." : ' ' t "r`:
Leto in the. Oth.Centori, iciiii, , ti- '
more, with a colony of , Oatholicis
in Marylund, their number was Initial,
but 'their .faith
,was pure., ' A's :i11: 0 In .
creased in ' :numbetil sod AP 3 Pc e
14 1 ); 'the4 ,
erected a little church. They d
a form of goverrittent, They siford an
asylum to the Protestant' rifugieslrom
England, and even front aontaiof 00,1-
onies ; •and thus they svere,theifrii#llte . '
American continent to ',give 'tiro a'pd
effect to the Catholic priatiple,of a n Ver •
sal liberty and toleration.. lfiat
i ' a
century later, in 1768, when ,the,h*.
tent refugees' were , in'the Anajorithihe
laws were amended I* Ili to abblish tel.
enitiou; the Catholic chapel' ivette‘ *ra ,
down; aud tithes 'astegsest ` ritl . r etithAle
settler's ,to, stiPPeit ',edit/lett tniqlliere.
But about the year 1776, the Intolittatea
of PiOtestanta begin fiti abate., '7,itit War -
of' tile R , evolution !ken, .rtetfithe: best
men of all denogninatinne w, tanned to
carry on the struggle. With ll* orrsing
of the Revolution the ensigratiod 11:10st
'lreland began.' 'When frialtiatiA l inii . Sta
to Abierica iteliiiins Wlthiliorn.por i tinli
the spirit of AnsericassePnbileaahlaisibrit•
aleo the yearning of etfirighttlisti'lWthi/
spread of:fas faith., ...11:epai iri,t4itAtat
sitilon4h nutnr irleimed bired el*