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    A Tal« of Irish Struggles of 1880 and Recent T imes l^fed.

    by CHRISTINE FABER

    'Then God blea you, Tigbe;jr.3v«r aaeembled. In the midst sad ina* Heever keepyou IaitM* tm&mm fell ^|Sfii WA I

    The priest's hand was raised inkaWaedAy ooei offa&er .which Tighe, deeply afl«^8 excellent witty stoj knelt toreceiye. ^nienO^Pfnywere suddenly

    amusingly electrified 0*Tool*^-who hid (ami be seated next to Mrs.

    Father Meagher *a|d Send Moira to roe— I have some-

    thing to aay to her." . . .

    tae young girl, and in tbe;ex-j - .". . . : ,••",- , „ _ uberanoe of hia joy. when he; ~ ynqerstanq me, :I|rt> C*rmo-

    Wo|* • Tighe and Um^rirm -tfca owners of a pr»tty littie" tfte O'Doooflwe dOKiilB,

    lu« master « ever, " place in tfe*

    Gn* mtsToiaa the whole

    about it last night. "An' what did he say.darlin?"

    And Tighe le«ned forward withimodeoty

    CooUDued from U*t week •

    Chapter Ui . Corny O'Tpble is Satisfied ^ ^ ^^ v ^^^

    Now-tN hard t̂ he tnrated .•ih'had'lold her tJb°e goud newa, fuî d.y:-: ^never nveant to ;have y^swsi«U>ctt^^b* ifcl, this manner an'! law it to yer-getting tfc«t he had i»6t yet ~t£eiref5**Te JWr^affectMns fr«n the M»ion«r, the mkmf• L sd.' Moira. if I haven't been as,ri«ht wbich alone would m a S S ^ I & f "ttfett'l*3r:

    Fi£ - ^ ^ ^ J U S X ^ T ^ J * " " Meagher refused tohave t companŷ how "the anbouno^'jd. O^'ta ' l 8 '*^ .- i ^ / r f ^ ^ H f * t e ^ K i l - K «ayni«: that it would be betJnSSSdo w l f c O ^ ^ e s S S t W i m K t i b mU and Mane, Tighe atopped t h « i t W |

    , S d ^ r t the young coapleUrah^ h ^ s l r a S 5 ^ ^ ! & & * * & * * * *

    .„ . J U # • i •. themBeivea would rjrrfer to have MollieCarawdj,^ T-^ raaid^Ir^llTu«rh!n^^K e r yK3!i i < ! t C*T iK"h*- ^ i ^ f ^ ^ . ^ - t o t h e ^ S ^ ^ ^ K l 1 * ^ itfhe, &aid Carroll Mugmngly.jothar bridal parties had wne-toahedeai«n^ dal parties had gone tojahe designed to be

    eatate, myjLoiMion. So it was arranged, and^riendly, thus cheer man's heart, and the important day amved on

    'even to half ©f my faithful fellow!"

    '"No, Mr, O'Donoghue.-it ian'tjwhich four fartiiful̂ heartB^ware anything loike that I want; it's to be united, to ax >ou fo"iel"s6rneihm8r*'forl The cer*ni