- . How kindlandT "flowers and the banners. generous it was, by the way, to permit these ladies; tor come "after the dinner was, all over." 4 Donbtless, those wives and daugh- tefs of theijnen presenteat a? simple meal 1 at homej whileilheirjiusbands and fathers TRIBUTE TO SISTER AMANDA SMITH. Dear Sister JLraan3a Wd Jirtet her m aJ&ttMW to11- That tWwWte of the f$th'w1iW With terts&UptijOEe. . anjd u the meey erumbs:t tha, When husband and loved oic& were Blaln byjpur ride, too bore all in ineknewt for GodwM your sfuldo. accepted z word of: honomlm pntrri in k-m- icatrpnitlthtlejrn invitation t, 4 i 'n, for the $ght; t For your Mwio&vqi has With wordf bf enc9arapnient cheered many hearts, The memory of which wlUnefer' depart. Your children you've trained in the ways of fneprV By example and precept you've taught thenr flH word; Now theyire fceaQons la Ziorivan honor to ycjqf J htWjitJptitm a;w And muUiplied thousahdtwlll yet speik yOttr pratee, j For jour trust and ttoedleae tojGo&aiidlgia ways; 7 jure esus, yourmgyg naa nef ajvj . ;BIrth-da- y of reached the goodly ago of 'tree1 scoiftild ten. A select company of ;her sistera1 went as asurprise" party to her rliousej ahtf carry-ingV- h tHera many good' things, as well a blesfliMgr for this aged Ulster,1 mado ;tho -- occadn an enjoyable one. . It is well known to the Saints that Sister Smith has passed through luo.ch persecution in times ast, which has enfeebled liber health. Her husband and son were both killed, and: another son left; for dead, at Ifaun's JfcliU Jktassacre, .in Missouri. f rf , Bi, YqTJO. "OBEAtQTnEESi'NA- Of3 to:bLape?s , irjr j - p?'JuiffcE-r-Boa- E There was, repenly .irtYexi ln4 ititi pity a grand dinner in jhonor; iho Jandlng.Qf the , Pilgrims and tlio&lzaAli'ojir 'ijetk Eng-lan- d, To thitdI6ner;H drcd men AWdln yfiik JtnadellnaV from the $erinTn to? the end of the least therV was not'a Vofd' said to' indicate that women had any existence in the world, or were in any way cshclirned in that famous landing on.ihe-blearock two centnrlesrand a half ago; i k IPJy-mon- " ; - , - ;. ,". TnpsJDEBOOM. l t i,s, , i ; ?,il8,trtte &&:lte:$dpGt$ 4lr James G. Blaine , - well-dresse- of their foremOthers. ; : ',-- t LlLTlE1 IKVERETJXfBLAltE. It.,3.RCTOUT. cappioi tho climax; ;of 1 assistance- - n OUR FOREMQTUEK&. . of fadt thOso ,121000 5;ifJen Wire half 'women; 6flill'i01rsbh-wb'landed - from "tKe were RMiytLo Wer only forty-on- e i nien, and' Ihohiardshipsthe fiufTetlngs, the devotion - of !tbese pilgrim mothers-form' the mosfV touching Jpart of that romance of the landing; pf Oho pilgrims. It was ' the Wealthy 4.wife of Edward Winslow Whose ..money enabled him to embark in the Mayflower, whUelhefairj Base Standish,-wh- o left a noble home to share the hardships of her huslnd, doservesi;tai gentle remem-- , brance from all who honor .Womanly fl(felity. Mrs, Carver, whojwas one of the first victims - of the pruel winter, had nerved her husband the (Q herpism of seeking.froedbm in for-- 4 'Tn1; jK)int -- 1 -- ris tbemlo suiTfirmbreiin enduringliiiardshlps ithan their morejstalwarttfcompariion : 1 were alkorgdtten, iiowever, Bince onienl count forloilttle in the publio men, though iiaportantteriough in their private lives i Hot onlywere these grand mothers , of; a noblo.race ignorod but tho, great corneal of joiday,' their wor thy 4escepglilt8 riweie aunmeuiioced, -- ; -, nalovita-4idn3);;werei8- mm M tfe MmPSMi me or aaugater3 te ? siplera whQi Jflndptand r sUkifcuIturonwould speakpn, thatissWect. 9lJcte(i7th aid of. tbebrejthreii vnf?JtaBDjg,aijgrai.rjrft- to sore grain? in. ffXpray.Qodhaf J maysbe counted wpr.tjiyjlo enjoy; a cefestiai Igjoryj 'Rit.wao,ihat2btit land and am itryg to.woikf 6nfjaiy4 sal in connection wthCybti aUwfilcH ,God grant for Christ's &keV!Amenl" ya-ti- bn caay i lrs,:iyiza mmer ifIGi44nfpUh Society, you, and gladly embrace he .opportunity of 'fiinw ; the' .jrepresf pyng,th:;3Cra 'Society bJ?ies. !Tea?OjalQ, w4iq ",(3d' mU; 'diir, moetings vare well attended anaT a .goodr,spIrit pre f newrgaloth BlShOt) rXhe esti-jmatlbtti- ny -- jBlgnlandwil hom-cdmlb- tfbtedj anclal?reports iPh7 ohlcersbf th Btae wero presented and unanimously sustained, also Uhe local offlwr of eh eo-ma- ? sacrificed more" thai thoir husban.dsi inasmuch aiu home aiid' are dearer and mord important to men, while their frailer1 natures ; cause 3 Pres. 'Amelia XSoidsbfough Jsald 'am thankful for ihet pportuhity" of meeting wi th you; and Tim pleased 46 seb 'of my sistersr hire) l am alsb pieajed that the brethren havou Javored .tisi with aiivlslt I with my slsterranx trying to tho best of rny ability to pramotothd:Ihte rest of .the Society. The tfiistera at doiog :a great) work .t poor, comfortiDg and waiting feeding on thai jIckclQthing sthQiilvingtandT tho . deadiiaodJlieel ctoes ithem , Ji wiak my s Ann Brewster thdtdtstlinqualitiesof cxnists jbwed mch?of their care and energy Xd ti heroines had. the slightQst mention fromihe men ythqT assembled todo'Hdnor; f ithe 'off brave men, and ' mpmotyMihkViM womeri qually brayef Woinn, wbo Irideed, f s Staked held iJan. uabtunty min'bers pt ah 20thf tfresentlsotrla ndre ws! &d Elder Kendalli Meeting Mlhulea and grayer pf ojened ty Blngifif !aisxf'fJFL last CtonlereneoTfoiatrld HhV-B8aTd- mi-qtMlMMs- :' $6cIo-tief- bf;the eemujredibys theEmen and dee tnso'JljpOQ men were., thp prpgenilorsVf race if ,pven n ther javt Increasing rthe jCnsus.ind iraising families ite ; me mr ; , Quarterly Gdnferehpe of the Belief fogfttJlnesa bytgpeafciQ& of tbqf hardships th iaform, mUlat Mafter the majerjai lenjpjjts were disposed ' or :a adrjited:iritQ 3 ide rppnij jYTherpjtheyemained jyening, being, regarded by tbe gentlemen present aV tbey sat there Mth thejr elegant, dresses, and ifat'ialceiiaan greeahlo ornament of tbqocion, likd the few-la.diesiw- ere womeihoiQgiui tdrday carries MfM&jd Mndrwhfehltfever Heard of most of the men wbo toolpart inlhis uinnerj au; woro iorgoiiun, uu- oniy s a d side; show was a handful of ladI6a tpdrmitted to idok on, while men ate atfd drank and' laudeaheir own and their mile' ancestor virtues,? Thus did ifthsoni of New England honor FoTefatlIeraIayr,, in the very namo qf ihe Jfeast insulting tho daughtercf New England and IhjBlmomory -- 4 TJUi-PIESUT- EijgdYjTSfe by the . 1 Mas. iarreladorned AdaSnMf lusjtrejrf d . iWay rcffltwn.vpqnjyplrom jnorXjmjjl eTpn JtK! tMay your life be brolonged UTyour work Is' all throtikb, Tben yba ibe crowned q&en with; the righfeons bd true. ' ; ;r.."v Mart A. Ebezze. wWt EJlS;AiiBE? f tlfejwjMei colonyj; how-eVe- AMeestog, T&Y ba9btJlejrljteri-Ught- ) 1 Tho women who In " the :bast,Lby their wealth and ddvotldn founded ith'o PIvmotirth - tin 'ie;ir ; . : - r ABIGAIL ADA1S A$tD , must hardly bo lfftj; the gentlemen therassembled; he did not speak1 of "th .clhaHly of man,' kince such a remark would probably1 have been fookefd upon as a personal illusion by every man rj 'present'" With' this sihgle exceptioh, a diligent perusal bf the epeechos hds failed HtePdiicOVer the slightestf hf4t of the or present, of the female exitenc'epst half 1)flduri pldple. A great deal" wjs said of the hardy men who colonized the iatfd, DftheBtrngglei of the men5 who bull Pup the country, and itf reading these after-- Inner efforts one would actually, think that a race of ; grim masculine creatures had really settled populated land . adorned 'iKewJSng iand without theid ; of a solitary oman. Determined through all things the right to maintain Then you stiugle4 and tcdled'to create a new homo ? Where thefwildljBaat and fatageswere erttSront to roam, Eejoictaj tha while hat the Satnts were made Xree' And could worship the Lord In f uch gweeiliberty fr;AKSml' arand'eYen i pc.eei "It is trnQ that j Secretary ;j3fcnnant .the ot t hls'speehV aa jdn JUusYrttopi said course ' that "the nation's; fajtn should" be like thp ' chastity. ;of'a';wQniababoV,e, suspicion, it vni follow them even mld deserts to roamf lwme.M Where'er their abidfrigr ptaeo there And bravely 'you traveled o'er mountain and plain; Tiie 22d 0t TeljrtiiaTy last was the n'd 4 Eepeatdly drjvenjt rom the homeatbei posseasodp You haverwiiftngij sbar'd with; thV gorely oppressed1 Rejoidiqr thai you Were deemed worthy to gof Ton said "Thero my people'and toy faith I will show. Not jMjtiUteAmW Q'&mtmMhrC .' ' high-achievemD&tr,!h- fGall ijamiitpnwhtfjccyl seat beside itie iotr.-inU- a she has soably defcpdedVQaUho.Jiad no ' : Beloved i:tr'L:LnUIL'iK'-M"r.- were not includecf amghoTepX,euta tlves of literature; Hafrlet. Ho'smef 'h'ad no , evenon;giasapff7win hjangry iand' sllentf whilOjithemen vaunted tnejnsetve aid their anpestry., to-si- .ikiMh.w.' ... Har. &nyMtmoi riet Bcecner 6tWe and?LydIaiariapniid were gorsingVhemselvea with idainties, 3Tpi five, hxfroted 0od Jaw nal? oppression and strife, When mm la their fun yrejrq tbrpafaJiuf your III e, .l whatever her noticedrNowoman, -- to-da- ... Andrews finoko verv Anrnnrnfrlnn'- - pfi ,e part jA e fpasi, the I'ilgrims wero.not Patriarch X GBIgier, blessed Jbfpociety by,vir'tu9 df hoice.aSdyis-mlsseir.th- o ';f jrieptlng. f, fiipgih'g.