el—a queen of women, a most perfect wife— Father Alexander J. Semmes, who, as physician and surgeon, followed ; then turning from the fire and smoke of battle, Dr. Semmes entered another army—that of the Catholic priesthe master minds of every age, hangs the picture of Mrs. Semmes' old mammy, a privileged character in the househos to the most conspicuous figures in the home itself—Judge and Mrs. Semmes.
Despite his—three score years and Mrs. Semmes.
Despite his—three score years and ten, the venerable and distinguished advocate still proudly holds his own as one of the most eminent members ofm by a well-known writer of the day came to mind: Mr. Semmes is of middle height; he has eyes that glow with Pr to the enjoyment of domestic happiness.
Both Mr. Semmes and his wife are charming, interesting conversatiship and sympathy in the partner of his choice.
Father Semmes, too, is a delightful addition to their householrmal home dinings from one topic to another, when Mr. Semmes began to tell stories of his boyhood at Geor