Whereas, it has pleased an all wise providence to remove irom our tnidst our beloved sister, Mrs. J. C. Watts. Whereas, she has for so many years been a faithfnl and interested member of the Woman's Christina Temperance Union, although by illness nuable to attend the meetings. Whereas, that in the death of Mrs. Watts, this Union laruents the loss of one who was evpr ready to proffer the hand of aid and the voice of sympathy to the needy and distressed. A friend and sister whose Christian oharaoter is wortby of imitation. That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes and a copy sent the family and the papers of our city. Committee on Resolutions.