|Funeral of Mrs. Samuel Ream.|
The Revs. A. L. Berkley and J. S. Cassady will officiate at the funeral services over the remains of Mrs. Samuel Ream at the Church of the Brethren, on Derby street, Eighth Ward, at 2 o'clock to-morrow afternoon. Interment will follow in the Berkley-Sell Cemetery in Upper Yoder Township.
Mrs. Samuel Ream was born in Shade Township, Somerset County, and when she died was aged seventy-four years, seven months, and two days. Her death was due to paralysis, with which she suffered since last March, having had a number of strokes. Mrs. Ream was married in 1853 and she and her husband moved to the Eighth Ward shortly afterward. They resided there until a short time ago, when Mrs. Ream went to live with her daughter, Mrs. W. C. Allison, of Elton, and Mr. Ream has since been making his home with the Nelson Blough family in the Eighth Ward. Besides her husband, Mrs. Ream is survived by the following children: David, of Pittsburg; Albert, of Jenner Township; William S., of the Seventh Ward; Rachel, wife of Samuel H. Hershberger, of Elton; Elizabeth, wife of W. C. Allison, of Elton; Harriet, wife of C.E. Seeley, of Pennsylvania avenue, Morrellville; Bertha, wife of Michael Bloom, of the Eighth Ward, and Gertrude, stopping with the McClelland family of Elim. Until to-morrow afternoon, the remains of Mrs. Ream may be viewed at the home of Michael Bloom, No. 1149 Franklin street.