i lie angel of deatli, "who bas all eeasons for his own," has again been amoug us. Miss Lura L. Porter who, íor more than four years, was an active and honored member of the Board of the Ladies' Library Assooiahon has finished her work, and rests from her labors. The fine qualities of her mind and heart no less than her rare literary acoomplishments, endeared her greatly to all her associates. Of large sympathies, she was ever ready to extend to others the tnantle of that charity which thinketh no evil, and is kind. "We shall miss her in our councüs, but her memory will ever be green in our hearts. Resolved, That these expressions of love and high appreciation, together with our warmest sympathy, be extended to her bereaved sister and iriends who so cTeeply mourn her loss. By order of the Board, Mes. M. L. D'üooe, Secretary.