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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 October 1872

mw e"AUI ' sU:<a3 1 usin JUVENILE COLdIR. TaerHU TTLA OtXArT aD. A girl named Caroline had a very lovely little eanar. blrd.' I:.asng from early mornig until evealtg, and was of a beaU tifal golden yellow, with a blan k tuufut a its Lsia ,d Pýpo Lav t sedlt di h~erbs to eat; sometimes, also, limps o white sugar and fresh water daly to drink. But suddenly the little bird began to drool and one morning as Carolin' b#rdughtt some fresh water, it lay dead:'in tis Caroline loudly lamented thb lei 'Oe eI darling pet, and eriedfor a leo ~aime.' Hr mother went and boughtaobe · bet t Wea Just as sweet of song and yet amon bsuoi hIa of plamage than tbe former, and put it in the same cage. Bat the' maiden wept 'still louder when she aw this new son ster. Her mother wondered moch at thi _nd said : "My dear child, why are yeu so ~eubled and wherfore doyon oohinue to pee t Your tears annot ca back yoear easary to life, aild henooj have -n. _her that Is jnat u good sn apretty as iii fi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 27 October 1872

n aEStar and -tholl Mssengr _. enrc moal ority i"ta m4ani i Fdieestabl 11 e reTbhere ar~e alaraol3 rqpesos of eas tYeeý e ide of the river Po. tw , oet e aeopbillO Gutlel ow th fait Bst and ritic died on .the tine teven Latest advi"oe ftom.. lah represats g ti ol p vr e31 Rndian outbrtak immtaloa5. 'a1Jol S. Josef .h ebarsh at OeaagMw Jersey, etittiopetee. wasdp. to b e amount of 15,200, by fi questtoen in em the Ir'hd; d, tfa, B. BEr. Mi@ha OCoanflor, feasmerl7 Bishop reland, an f PiLttsbrg di at.Wo*estooe College near t infldelit ualtimor enr the 18th. an eseabilal The SpagisclekQ hdea 4aldadb to eonldle three seuto, Sresolution providilnh ý, - oIt OC4bn o ea rowlns  io-tr peniaat ponal i s' aooe - nd perha R ev. _l. M. d'AubJl S th eelebrated his- oU mhange torUan othe soeafled Reformation, died aur- titution, ý enly in Geneva on the Lt, saged 76 years. origin m-_ The maglniflelntba built by the Irish of even its wt Montreal, at acost of $I10,000, was totally d- that itis t a...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

._ _ _t být a " na r , a a,,dh,, - w, ,, a .,.'a"d - U -M.5 ....is .. *e - n .: ·+ d .- . , · " *, . ,,. , ,J - ., s. " ,s n, eW T.r. . SM ho, C . ".. , ".. . . , ,-t - R w. . • < o se. , "O A ,TO . .. ? ". . . .. . T h D-re ct ors of t h e A .i S re. Glao NS . J. tsM ,, " ", vie* !A UTidont+¶ . .+ G. . ,TA'R-+L DTDOG, ,S , r,. r. r p , , + l+ • Is' as"i , " e.a...1 , . p4 Iclf In r ý  " .. rý. .. .r R t ,o Ing S.tar and Catheliu UMessengs. set OaL]ANi- BtrmirDA sarrnnosMýrir, lse. Tier Thab " HIBERNIA VINDCOkTA' ":' Ursh LENDID ADDRESS OPTt Tom each BURKE. g- reat AnnihAtton of the onilErDid So.r s phistries of Mr., retde. s-sr not ENGLISR EIXSSArT Or MISCHIII AX- dese sraRp o.r 3W lOMtlIZ. itrern the w.Y.t. 1neeas a Joreas] , . . -markable add lra b  - r of the great D6iiiiiean, in this m fr, nor, a our etusmsson,o_ note- me y a triumpy h /ah did i, e7e day -sa. of last w-o..s-4Gv ,-)"at the: ]easy of Muse in Eaw -mw • at.- ot of r ome su gog s we e forced to re*et n ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

iUW eAt, m UDAT. romYuex9 a.m ws.' ._ --=----'II .I-~ a ----...e,, FLORINE, dasO fltVNOEas OF .UROUNDY; mo Ta TA O Tor. .11 isT ...RAD .I Ze in d_ a mIA Dn maa U MAC CA. ns* d ( * roamnastJ .i41 Ch pter a.-tl -F mr... ` n) The gloom of Oevening-mo fat doescending o ps the eath, and from tho ravineo was ar  t eg a'i ._ae .Wo emb uaeýrtiht f O~ •twese two, op, , so, tiomnZa, w w w wi lmhl re be am -rl;ýS, i "'nlty of t  n ach15memr the beat00 te. atle to new. I wish her 1;w Sr am to. . tý ýif r < ayhrt t. P wao t btut red ois o. . ··fld r no.wihb lo Flo-t 4 S r oh rbei *&tiow o 14 h esOl i heo 1[ iot too _, , w v air* * r ra~e .dri bsput.- or id ,ebnl 4obr e, never refeae. we hre qeeIsoi ofe. t an dooUnt ad nle owfinbsgve . A, i and, haelor an ae tbe en metalt a **nIthabs tWanloahp ui * so o i erd-l*. .aor, t. t A s od laon Jhe km r hue to wothe eait. foaoterrit"oa a win os dr eMA tiOc m roi theIrle of S • e " eiyms. e Ve O nil d A t hth m Uo. !Og ehve dae b...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

-sy , o--sniWUs. .a 5 , 1 or thoal 0 and robber morning's paper, talc a sad b itbd a' W° arutb. It is /ltsI rel-o re of ad's power in Ireland-.b ss.tw* a the division an4d, 1q't f * ri ,b 1 e. There is ee ,b.b41.. d he Irtsh ao0 w.hy , thespoet mlf,°e;..t . tbresisep Heobsia, it and W6 r e t mUts 7  . - W e in si r t j bs . a . ," - Irish people were not even aitwed I a spirit of.union. I 4s Saxon et bi fSoot ."r fieatd reaasdhidfea w a first ides e anittealw s dw- n 4n nr usasuo waS tboE bt ag swil iof n sheb wan, t of li wele wring thenm English p i[ binde 0d riring the 9 ..itos aIrsl ish e m esarly as 14894-bbo4t t .ei s .at e wors* srnd was to take a i . o'oaPD overfAo. ron the Irish langua n, ot*r touI y to esa ad Irish-woman, or togo I tie ta id Li  theris lived. bshey w rew a ale esld pri* their peemeesioas; th.OewtCsbed it.ha Ree In. certLaS. eentis nad in ter-. prd aof Ireeland,. en we VIeS "aw, b'e laid as late ~a&b 0 1 Y h'V'1~ of that. To keep the nation addi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

'REV. A.- J RYAN,-· o,,o o. se rai ntr'em"'s~t'iC'-'s'o'': - LM m3ao 5 m"m.3* l!a!~D e. .. . . ...it t........lar. .,. U. Lh ave on b o. of e a r aeletO lmentin, aren ~ lb- o ! y _ .. t-s L .t.Maltinystl of -aU Ios hLi seek tow ltlage, at d * , - _C li SProvietas seems to have emas, ton our o T Pls, it tol the p of ouriniples of ,. eheml canardve them toe ge or-.. wir alt good  ie e ut t , t en , aimated with Ge* s pirtt .ad e of su"atielent learnint, asrT e labT- ob dmfen oheatio of As · lb u lkam.bae.-he regunlIr thoetely meeting of~bs usoeon will be held at o o'. lok ext Bondy (November 10th), at the Hall, 14 rodeld ste bo this oese t o VOa .Bay. FATm ]Beams.--6Ist 'now devt-i pts6Mg this work, btet ti irst -etrot by ther SDoms ian ev Ator, athor HBs4ke, will be ored in Ps, Prlb. ok'ls ohfro on Hondly i on sothe sChusst, Tho tadvise the general " 4o Mils weoe oks Of a1l kibds, vi Home · br od.f Tiaekts, a st P1,00 P oh, ae now redply aI le. Thpriets who wishend i S r lSro lei...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

S paud seall "W eamied eatI ST. Vnmcrxr pas Pau (va r, Tnm. Do*s. war espestats scr.-The pious ea as r ot ah ferty hegr s en"* th i n I cration to St. VIaesi 4 ~Pan's Churnh ope t o n5ib a_. SWednesday evening, 6th inst., at 7 odeloek ~ kindly eest 0mo3 by Rev. FatherWealn, of St. Patrick's. d In Wei4eday evening, serz by Rev.P4MIl ,einioy pastor of St .-ihiaid ean, I lel! - - . 1 . St. Patrick's Church. On Shiday,1 -. nt., at 10 o'clock -mm, our Most Rev. Acre. - I .hop will ,ad i t,.,,*he,:,lIa t 0.5 Irnation. Every day, during tewee mine t btt Iook~ora , who + o islt to h 0 wh" e 4 gh er-s -_wn i that *. r lsen aeorm n , . me who nte the e Dt.o ofth ~ll) in -Pr r...Ministry wotdna ortity of the 6g men are o bill was not fpa Sf8totne. tlru8 now Diet which miff awipt. dise Eig. ht f these yeasp lY tletoEfia s t `'n~ da with the wly orev. -s1ll et, lIate of the the Po, espeoa Diocese of Galveston hut who has now charge and Fert e, of the Seminary. Two came from the pro tl f t...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

.o·t, , O1.10th, i 29. a bereni .1 15. d4m tehe y lassw Shim KerpbO, mIn*~bi *t·R-pset t5 V itu rtln d b y o tu b y w is m o uli'r'q ·liihim, 01g to iatbll 4 this *memnet was w & ah ths d Abe - i I Murphy Wato of.re Sh ino I -: *c* o bina j o e w at tall th whole , - ma e b s na~tiwe S thisoity. B. is sheet Tsboild notheljd j d in 4IVwoU as sa o ia leagth on this eedrrenoee were it not frt two th ti . Fir e elaa'stnes under which it uI eIeyi resemble thoes of the s- eeli . of :* ae nst Isermerd Talbot, o [ since. Th two events oocnrrsd in the en sale get ofhe i ity and .lmbhsti lthna e sa.me a ste. ; the bllt n sash case struok in the AI eeipiit bos; ad the person charged with at the -aie ins eal wiauht rusi away a !i wch beS Wan at hishe pursuers. la ae_iet or that gives this affair great i- atI a i nySrhat wsre/ds -t I -e e tagse orsi o -elly au urs equally igorat on thIe poet. This iti Wg.n t.)1 Ma ansisi- atsh iLtheispital nIo .ilrsaa''hu bvbsbd laS p d °oes ly l midie...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

W i es is a WO 9Mb1ý iverW to V hiuself. e as ver Sdeuesm and, what is mete,. he es kebe oe en q Uem lik when Nr r Mr rs. otherofMr mrahe's p In" to make ma afiem pea totnl Willie t>ts ly for as very ait polnit bo1 W1msp - - , le •l! ..(... 'abehavier at se .. R e I uuelat e Ie S _ne 'm s"A - g operaties two or ' lieter's wothbasket. -6Wia soe Adhlli,ý htaawere dhe exo o.abieosa al parts of she room. 0.o. w'u14 - toght Willie would lvea beRMsd ognble _km repete P he was; for it war lonstf".' -a- ap;Into to hal, .e1 war 'np. . e ome u ert .ek I I want Iay e-i If you expecta ..lo ..mortos O'a as r fusl o tat le pi td cam," wee the eoliat'e tho lht c m t . lrt Ir safthe reto roee oa -_bo-ibt .beim t would . iy o 'be s hich aloe .. e set bodyo, befaoolis; efn Iatn ta h -bs % obme ee .tat Wle rwoaebtor had. at Gi cie wint e eraied a it.ythere upenhis at.abtfoem w hMe wo wo the mondf thle oei ell r " le t hedl aiamia tance, aeGt tjelo si t r.,the deere whik fuvedere Sleriaye ou. Mn....

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 3 November 1872

IL thet : k.. .Mer `t e pa0t In a ob1 j, ough s not to b o K. -.o that the oib ýý s+ tnowe tit it bv  withheld, 8 S h Otus IStasr not tani x Ir I M's 4 a".' Ill--the lib- as ag onot nerty, ne Pt ,ter on those s "b. oughtb to o "a.- eet  Iewo fie' leaonstrs b Ibiees disgraed in I ''_ Carl it be _Igethat ib- d°t I the r~een troer it ath d-in b to  te san Uahwevpe te ao oto~ ted win to per- oa ' oaasoonerperbs ee th m toa od- r e thie sa : ºbaser~n of liberthe ,t erht, o thi "" con ' . ' _ . 't, otWS tloB o a oe miedd le r.--wit seem way-h teu th tiwbat a rhve _sa exampo roee c aare ]I . /tow~e th la~st ion  hsad to S s t , it has been • the 41mte e om bllary d thaents lae. wiolg e ofthe oweaer asI r. Jteh p es . Sa * zng t ne . ebno k g mpyiet, andtI h h a ie e t.u ` u y b ge to Mondas ýBtas teoodm thGe eart ee nt wio t •b ablue h . iu o treationg onterpris taO n w1 grimaes oade tos iry etwhethe i s. ill .seem th-the b 0 tyle oor of S s ee 6s r eit4b00 cast con-, cle g...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

' `' L ' !11 M 4 I' M ,-: t ja - s isqug Iab I· "' 8,letatyla / pee-. or -n V.~~~~rg~ 888: y~ fm 1o1w s11._;. Splea h ue T Or *WOW . "HOWBEATIFL AE TH FET O THE TAT BRING GLAD TIDINGS OF GOO THINOSI" ______Tne* W NE3:taW OLA , UD AYrd R - O R 0, f. £atol tMessenger. u sof ltoe Uatns Cast. ALtrs Penace is one ot those fntur, to be met with ter chroenilste of this dod Italisa blstory. The tnt paper pudblished in a  ishe le year after year to o .the Vatican, averaging liag per montb, Italy s not with the ....~o~a tfrtpLonleopy-y Wsbesclp.ou lise ocpy of very Isnificant thfe poor. And so it eruleb the atenentavel l of t ch.adhel of eoemunt tib pmo Pastel of Oatho 'f md gni asoathbauts now are the Vatican Museumr are sfficilent b0 e a resolved to do their the P Below the-seething rega nobles and speculating now passed of as the Italian o Nlive their charseFi serstlly gales Iae isable.astlnsl life, the agrel cities and hasml ttes which mast to the W Italy. 68 a pro- S the .fisl festivi...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

ev.en to admirl hYbe looked soon his hyil hw thsat be was, not S a asd hoe vir ear of b sias and mter itfo reeanoled to hii God, h o* a be had ever before aw the msens to hi ooa cer webi, and the verwh pioject o awe'nte befre, ofheart, fer;b he rst alme, be hdre :means of doiog so as once Sinm der, dear father,n re-y ai ad, as she arose- a the happines you have ha by the sweet words you hil whole heart now Crostian camp; Sol teto he tmot verge aou will e have no Thenmoment you resoh h e it oe the te ten of ,hi i Iwa am ready to de alide miny ommand to him n; t ase he holds these t the whole Christin army he only condition I maske of Anbiooh is, that the will cos)eat to bestow apon ad of the oity, that he as+ý jred may replace Baghi aeted as m eemstt. I this con to bythe leaders of the Chrte the mCainer and the time when .mthy be admitted into Antiooh between Bobemod, or some on behalf of Bohemond-by or inatauce." tAmine, and her eyes filled a abs spoke poor Philip of Bref Wa, so de...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

a4 lam CA hKano /r o n Sto diar t, h weo hin the dissbe t waht to prove ao te their afsolue dom Sfris ote institution thpaty whenit ftalked ofi oee ty wetirety l the d P rte soaght to do as naded sea toe liA. Damst Yer nto .return.et .o tb e .of, .the poeedihg-or rather, I  bould  tadk. He a no aonwas disturbed.s - -t to roe to the face of thes on 'ntto a intthe p ution that when 0 talked of its hatses they were talkin eod. He sought t o so unaided anut te u Mr. O'Do arell ad hsfrlonds on th Is Salso bj ever mesa iand exeperated at O had p som e amno hotessl .om m g, convoca tions eli ons adopth b I a S topedleat, cl oy, brutal, andivet aLast year he returned to the H -ban e Miaonsuvenient. The Arst thing Sbaset again hwas a mnodto be heut up, 10h ins the meeting tramplingto n-o  t t ohis on the aby lay, ai of thvoas o et on the ordine ary rule tof debate. On an l to driv the third time, he essayed his No ewas e . He wast not alone on this thiere Threk fo longther ae tholian ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

RAI,, S O 0Q -o. -.. . ................S. 50 .............. .. 400 ,re.ee attention unless so Iatehttohes, La. 4ý"I earner. Market and Twraty Laredo . IMEth i.tu i n eaosui. Satauaah. i>Maeeu Ga. Joiew s and Cissor. Paops ao d artr. hsu e Cst f.oor. Eo15.S& tamdrew ceanfesmer. in the COnatry. . i omeu in the country have owesr to aid us in greatly ino e ealnati6n tof the STAB. In erll age throughout the South, *roesJ the resident or visiting Id secre the aceeseaon to oar  a ten to ity suabescribers. In t isl work, besides the strong rea haed actuateoi Hise Holinedss id 4U1 the Bishops of oar Holy Church, to advise the general of Cqtholle works of all kinds, 0Onisi es eetfatlly offer, at a forther tb su:pply aU priests who send with suck Catholic books foa hselect, to the value of one the money aent to us. .h Voice of the Holy Father. rieee seems to have given, in our ission to the Catholic Press. 15 to preserve the principles of. fa *hlt, where tody still prevail, them wher...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

men apd boap fll -a reai s at . l..,abgen Belgium, at tbs thrre G aboft t e. . a to"l om ta the e.as of - lot.e Dote, o P .is, aretaet she title of t od and Man.s " o ion, ,. P., w er hi. brothir, T nor, .tP., have msiled lar Now a t to their relative, Mr. Charles p an oDwinmenl t will - weetablish " be Councils General in Alae and S e 1th same form in whiob they hrt- .t dominion. employees" of the Express Con mod, Va., were t the front door I soldiers a few days ago, some sharp 1 pi100 from the onoe. c Germany $40,t00,000 this week a amilar weekly installments till the I :year, when only $400,000,000 of the t t.y will remnlp unpaid. I vi-es from hiva report that the I built a fort at Darkele, where he thie advance of the Czar'e troops. 4 _ ues. to srrsnder to the BRssians. i. - ev. E gr. Canon Weather, Pres honaa'e Seminary, has been nom be bely Father to be Bishop Auxil >Gaoe the Archbisbhop of Westmin esold the monopo)y for making i iMane for the yearly sum of Should the ons...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

I.m rLAs M1M.'A1A3 AND IS am- n t and MGadstoe's " Re'brm." r, D'3 .APPEAL TO AMERICA. qle-Amewriaas' Addresr of thasl to a S the Bag._a HisterlSe. I Akat".. "r ( h. eetar um ons.) Slast if tbh series of Isetres by ' . s Antheny Proade on Ireand In As was eceapssy fied. Mr. Fro ds hiIete by doubtelg it the Daon- i of any counstry shoul be the first t. e eaonsidered in crieticising its 4 The b, heist question was, I and wt is wrong t If the v aunt iwhether republican or mon- i h ndi corruption, it is evil; if it 1 W T f despoti, it is not evil. To 1 s re th--political agitation, in the a I etorddress the wrongs of Ireland, been wrong. Agitation has ever e mecseded by treason, by an open i f whi ter blasing up fierely, . a sh and the consequenee is e arael in ialtgether overlooked. qthe lothe question became, what Sa rthe condition of Ireland that redresat That there was some w maniafest, for a whole nation does it t some cause. As Mira he saidd, a nation that complains is is tho ri...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

was ;wseao with .Nel that y one t the breaokfast ta ito whl : she esar la. Wbhat was are not her clothes In order t Yes; was eat, and whole) a abshe bad y white apron; it could not have stre rai to spoil ny of N I thesun was shiniog beya. and the birds were singing lly. did not sing with thems; she did like sangilng--something was en't o finished our eompcl ed her brother Henry, weing table at her elotdy face " Oh 't worry about ma emposlion I Be ud ran u ly and s jmen hissb.oshualders arn ad -something ag out of e8. on the wrong all might haye said a pleasant II to her brol ber's question, for she e composition written and folded way within the leaves of her-read- C could have happened to make Nell peak so Nothing went rightlyj ag .loolrked bright to, peoor Nl day. It was such a beautiful, sun- 0 day tool On her way to school, n some of her elassmates, who b attnabout in the field of early b so many happy butterfles, 01 Sad laughing merrily. Nel I see here, one crled as she a " J...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 10 November 1872

. S.tar uand Cathollt Meenger. eg armas3AUXrnr? . NOV r etu Is. sam Emrar man smau. ,ATB OP ROENET TIGEZ, s5Q., J. P. 'W6 rgretto bare to announce the death, a the ~h of October, of Mr. Tighe, sen. o BEdlltarobe, a dentleman well known for ble kindly qualities, his benevolence, and his zealous labor$ as a resident landlord, amit $ guardian of the poor. Mr. Tighe, o wa W oe t masy years Chairman of the Mlaarobe Poor Law Board, and who, bho gh a long life, had shown a firm at torp~ent to the Catholic and Liberal cause wrtobese to his last resting place on Toes qa, "fqwed by a crowd of hourners, prqenl all that a circuit of many m Cle uld produce of honored names and e le e pble pbiton, while the peaantry, w-U had always found a friend in the de esed gentlemao, flocked in thousands to .pBy hlast tribute of respect to his memory. ?se funeral services were most elaborately smared oet under the supervision and.di -setion of the Rev. Thomas Hardiman, the waerated parish priest, assisted ...

Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 November 1872

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Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The morning star and Catholic messenger. — 17 November 1872

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Publication Title: Morning Star And Catholic Messenger, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
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