Haly Mamie FR 22 May 1886
IN MKMOBIAM. Again hns the Angel of Death culled a fair and beautiful llower. ere the foul breath of oln hud tarnished its virginal purity, and, on golden wings, wafted It to the feet of Him who gave it birth. On the evening of the Oth of May, Mamie, the third daughter of John nnd Hannah Haly, calmly and peacefully breathed forth her soul Into the hands of (lod. From her childhood she had been an Invalid, but In a spirit of faith, she regarded her many ullltctlons as proofs of Devlne Love. For her the holy will of Uwl. soothed many u sore trial in her short, but beautiful life, and at the end Illuminated the dark valley of Death, udown which she glided bo gently and sweetly to ner eternal rest. The members of her bereaved family have sustained a loss only they can understand. Her tender and alfectlonate devotion to father, mother, brothers and sisters are evidences of hernoble and Inestimable dualities. Ever was shemlndfuof the pleasuresand borrows of others nnd totally Indifferent to her own. All loved her, for naught but what was kind, good and chailtable could exist In the heart .of Mumlo 11..1.. iini.f,nniifh!i inst its brightest ornament, and her acquaintances a noble and sympathetic friend But Mamie, thou nrt not dead for thou will ever the in the hearts of those whom thou hast left still struggling for that goal which thou hast already The funeral took place from the Catholic Church. In this city, and alter the requlrem High Mass, Hev. Father Young. In eloquent und affecting language, paid a beautiful tribute to the exulted virtues of the Joung deceased. Her remains were followed to the grave by a large concourse of people, old and young. Uius evincing the esteem and respect entertained for tholocly character of the lamented dead, who was so very oung. The warm and generous heart has ceiuetf to beat, the active brain and busy lingers are numb In death, life and thought have lied together, and our Mumlo has entered Into the Joy of Earth mny not c!a!m thee. Nothing here Could be lor thee a meet rewiud; Thine Is it treasure far more dear, Eye hath not seen It, nor the ear If living mortal heard The jo) s prepalred, the promised bliss above, The holy presence of Eternal Love. Bequlescal In pace. A Friend.