A fuuernl in Maiysyülö, Cal. , was the cause of a strange public fumily dispute. The widow of the lead man, John O. Briggs, had n gravo iliig in the lloman Catholic cametery, and his brothers and sisters had another prepared in thn city cenietery. A l'roteetunt minister preached the sermón in Briggs' lato residence, and the procession starled - for which one of the two cemeteries no oue knew. The rond to both was for soine distanee the same. When the junction was reaohed, the inqniring undertaker was told by the widow to go to one, and by the brothers and sisters to go to the other. Then the widow descended froin the carriage and walked beside the hearso to the Roman Catholic cemetery, while the other relatives left the procession and went home.