FUNERAL OF MRS. ANN DAVIS. The funeral services of Mrs. Anna Davis, wife of John B. Davis, were he'd yeste:day afternoon at the late ji'sldence on Archbald street. Itnv. John T. Morris, pastor of the Bollevun Welsh Culvlnlstlc Methodlt church, preached a touching sermon over thy deceased. He enumerated her nvny kind characteristics and the patience with which she had borne her trl lis until death brought relief. There were many friends and acquaintances In attendance attendance and the lloral tributes were profuse and beautiful. During the service service several selections were rendered by a quartette consisting of the Misses Anna nnd Margaret Jones, W. W. Jones and Edward James. The remains were borne to the Washburn stieet cemetery, cemetery, where Interment was made. The pall-bearers were: Thomas Morgan, Aaron James, Beese Morgan, David Harris, John Bowen and John Jones. Out-of-town attendants were Beese Davis, of Syracuse, N. Y.