The following resolutions were unanimously adopted at a meeting of the W. C. T. U.; of this city, held February 6th, 1883. Wiiereas, It hath pleased our Ileavenly Fat her to remove from us by death, our friend and co-worker in the cause of Christian Temperance, Mrs. Robert Ailes. Therefore be it Resolved, That though we bow in humble submission to the will of Him who doeth all things well, we do not forget that a fiiend fair.hful and true to our cause has been taken from us. Though quiet and retiring in mnnners, and very devoted to her home dudes, yet in many ways she gave expression to her love for this department of the Master's work. Resolved, That the worda of encouragement which she gave to different niembers of ouj Union, some of them In the last days of her suffeiïug, will long be remembered by us. Resolved, That our heartfelt sympathies are extended to her family In this hour oi great loss and trial. Resolved, That these rcsolution be print11 nv nf'onr citv naners.