-In this city. on January 22nd, 1891, Mrs. Diana P. Wells, ngccl íioarly 58 yeara. Bae was born iu Tioga oounty. N. Y.. June 2."), 183o, and bad beeu a suffereí íor maiiy year, The deceased was the daughter of W. 15. Mead, formerly of thiscity. lier mother's maiden name W88 AVinslow. Bhe leaves a mother, Imsband, tw.o daughters, three sisters, and three brothers to mourn their loss, hut their loss was lier gftin. Slie passed peaeefully from a bed of pain and languiahing to the presence of her öaviour, in the realms of bliss. Shc was a kind and affectionate motlier, a devoted wife, and consistent Chriatian. Those who knew her best were her warmest friends. She was veryhappy in her dying moment and expired lookiug and pointing towards heaven, and exclaiuiin "Open the door ; open the door." Tiie latuh was raised by an unseen hand, aml her sjiiiit passed to the better land. Services were conducted at the house, 48 Nortli Fourth street, by the Rev. Mr. Carman, of the Baptist church, and au address was made by the Kev. J. W. Crippen, of tln M. E. church, followed by a few remarks by the Rev. 1.. M. Bennett. The rpmains were deposited in the cemetery in Salem to await the final suminons. Dcarest sister, thou hast left os, Heve th y loss we deeply fecl, Hut 'tis God tlint has bereft ns, Be 'iiu all our sorrowa heal. C'OM.