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t B O N WORKS; "KCH-STBEET,

t B O N WORKS; "KCH-STBEET,

t O WORKS; "KCH-STBEET, yr- o l * 153, LAUUKNCE MUIiPlTt’. .'’.’of' 1 ®* '' , Ha* always ou hands a great variety Urnftmtii*. and Plain Kntrauce Gate*, Field Haggard Gates, and Hurdle Fences, Wrought Iron Fire Proof bafes, ▼ariou* sues, cwt.
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
WOOLLEN BUYERS. ALL GOODS RECEITED DIRECT PROM THE MILLS. WOOLLEN'S ARE 5 PER CENT. LOWER THAN LAST SEASON. DISCOUNT FOR

WOOLLEN BUYERS. ALL GOODS RECEITED DIRECT PROM THE MILLS. WOOLLEN'S ARE 5 PER CENT. LOWER THAN LAST SEASON. DISCOUNT FOR

CASH. JAIMES D’AROY, 23 UPPER BRIDGE-STREET, DUBLIN. Dublin, March Ist, 1865.
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE CRISIS IN AMERICA.

THE CRISIS IN AMERICA.

The T»W* the war has been brought virtually close the surrender of Lee with the chief army of the Southern States. This victory crowns the obstinate campaign which General Grant began year ego. and which has so well proved the energy, « the tenacity, and the unbounded resources
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN-

THE ASSASSINATION OF PRESIDENT LINCOLN-

On the evening of the 14m inst, that is the evening ol Good Friday, President Lincoln, while sitting with bis wifi and few friends in private box at Ford’s Theatre, Wasbiogton, was shot dead by assassin. At the sane hour another murderer attempted to take the ii(e ol Mr. Seward,
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THE BUDGET

THE BUDGET

i In the House of Commons the Cbsnedlor made his ■ financial atatement. The tight bon. gentleman te| viewed the financial state and requirements of tot I country, announced that estimates bit surplus AA,031,000. Hit principal proposals were—Tea te. ; 61 per lb ; maltsters to har
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THfc < 1 AP vIL 29 !B*)s

THfc < 1 AP vIL 29 !B*)s

1 AP 29 !B*)s Mrs. Lincoln, » ent to the theatre. Another lady »ori gentleman were with them in the bo*. “About ball-past ten, during pause in the performance, the assissin entered the bo*, the of which was unguarded, hastily appr 'ached the President Iron) behind, and discharged
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
LONDON,

LONDON,

fAMES DIIXON.BILL P(jSTEiv GE.N ADVEnTISTNG AGENT for aii Irel»n.i Kn?- kad, Scotland, and Wale, (in connection with the Mi Po,t«ra’ Society or England), 181, GREAT BRITAIN-STREET, Dublin, lUapectfully announce? to the Director, of Rsi-’,?* and Steam Packet e, < Emigration and S
29 April 1865 - Catholic Telegraph - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
Furzo or Qorse.

Furzo or Qorse.

HOGG AND ROBERTSON can supply Furze Seed in any quantity; Genuine New Seed. Price application. from 18 to 24 lbs. per Irish acre. Various Agricultural Seeds. LOVERS, SCOTCH PERENNIAL RYE-GRASS, and all oilier Seeds for the Farm, supplied the most liberal terms. Samples and price
29 April 1865 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS IN 12 PRIZES. Six Years succkssively i.atk Royal Highness the Fimnck Consort's Prize Curs awarded to o

THREE HUNDRED GUINEAS IN 12 PRIZES. Six Years succkssively i.atk Royal Highness the Fimnck Consort's Prize Curs awarded to o

OX’S CHAMPION NC O SWEDES at the Royal East Berksand South Berks Agricultural \ Societies, and many other valuable Prizes in various parts the kingdom. From Mr. Large, Bailiff to the Right Hon. Lord Berners:— The Champion Swedes from seed Lord Berners purchased of you are far su
29 April 1865 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
 
IiAO of the Original Article.

IiAO of the Original Article.

the Original Article. FACT & SIMPSON'S CATTLE SPICE Makes COWS give more milk and richer quality; makes Feeding Cattle feed faster; makes STOKE CATTLE grow quicker; of immense service for mixing in porridge for CALVES; doubles the weight PIGS in marvellously little time; and is e
29 April 1865 - Farmer's Gazette and Journal of Practical Horticulture - Dublin, Dublin, Republic of Ireland