DANIELS.- Al her home In Unadllla. Mlcli.. on Kiitlay mornlng, Jnnuary 8u, Mrs. ('Moe M. Daniels, aged üfty-seven years. Mis Dmiels is one whose Io3s will be greatly fi-lt riot only by the immediate fiunily, but by a larjjo cíicIb of relatives and fik'iidi. In carly life she ;:)ve her beait to GKkJ, and lier name to tlie cliurcb, living 111 iclive Christian life for man}' years. F r a long time sbe has been an iuvaliil, for weeks if not for montha shc was co: scious of her fuilins; gtrengtb, wilh but little hope of restoration to heallli. And with a Irue spirit of C'iristlan resin ition slie sald: "I urn willing lo live, r I :im rilling to dk'." The luncral cervices were held at the farolly residonce on Monday last, at 2 p. 111., Hi-v. M. S Angelí, of Grand R pids, ofüuialing. Mrs. Daniels was a sister of the la'e Ric A. Beal, and of E. E. Beul, of Ann Aibor, A. U. Beal, of Dexter, and Mrs. J. E Field, of Alpena.