Mrs. Francés Rudman, widow oí the late George Rudman, died Friday ai the home of her niece Miss Ida Dalton, on Spring st,, aged 77 yeais. She had been in failing health for a long time and her death was not at all unexpect ed. Her husband died very suddenly of heart disease last winter, since which time she bas lived with her niece. Mrs. Rndrnan was bom iu Lincolnshire England, and was three times married She was married to Mr. Rndman in 1891, and was his seoond wife. Mrs.'. Carrie Davis, wife of nur well kuowu old colored citizpn, died at her bomt) No. 9 E. Huton st., last Friday morning, of pneumonía, from whicb she had suffered for some weeks, aged 62 yaars. 11 months. . The funeral services were held Snnday afternnon aud her remains were interred in the Pifth ward ceraetery. The death of Mrs. Davis leaves har husband, who is 77 years old in bad shape as regards physical confort. He is afflioted with paralysis of ona side of his body, and he relied greatly on tbe good offices of his faithful wife to care for him. Adam Neff, an eccentrio old ruan living at Fosters, and who followed the business of making hiokory cbairs, died Thursday night, aged 50 yeartf. His funeral was held Saturday. He leaves a wife and a large fainily of ohildren. Liille May, the oldest daugbier of Mr. and Mra. Wm. Barrows, 22 Gotfc st., died Saturday night of quiok consumption, aged 15 years, 5 months aud; 6 days. ïbe funeral services were held at the house Tuesday Rev. W. L. Tedrow offlciating. The remains were iuterred in the fifth ward oematery. The seven weeks oíd son of Wm. Blackburn died Suuday and was buried in the fifth ward cemetery on Tuesday. Willard B. Sellers, a fresbman lit student, died very suddenly Sunday morniug at his rooms at 11 E. Jefferson st. He had gone into the bathroom to take a bath and reinaining there so long his roommate became alarmed and entering the room found Mr. Sellers dead. The cause of his death was heart disease. His remains were taken to his home at Kokomo, Ind., Monday moruing, by his unole, Hugh Brown, of the Home Stady Association, Oae of the University's ablest and most efficiënt otficers has bsen lost to that institution by tbe death, on Tuesdaynight, of Di. Joseph Clark, superintendent of tbe university hospitals. He had been a sufferer from Brigbt's disease for a long time and had had several severe attacks of illness prior to the last oae which proved fatal. He was a pleasant, genial gentleman of more than ordinary executive ability. He was G2 years of age. The funeral services were held at bis late residence yesterday afternoon and were conducted by Rev. J. Qelston. The body was taken to Jonesville for interment. He leaves a widow aud oue son, Harry, and a sister, Mrs. Robert Manu, residing at Lansing. Mrs. Elizabeth Luoas died at her home, No. 2 Sixth st., on Tuesday, age 43 years, from the effects of an operation whicb she had undergone for the removal of a tumor. She was a widow and leaves a family of five children. She was an aotive member of Arbor tent, L. O. T. M., and the Ladies of Honor, A. O. U. W., and both sooieties turned out to tbe funeral iu a body. The services were conducted by Rev. A. L. Nicklas.