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scare unsupported by facta or ngures. ne-sidee. ne-sidee. ne-sidee. cremation I contrary to our belief In the resurrection of bodies, and la a relio of Paganism and infidelity. The sacred body ef Christ hallowed tha tomb, and we. His followers, regard It a the gate of endless Joy, and do net dread te enter there Into the life beyond th grave. The practice of cremation will never prevail in civilised laaaa. Bishop W. X. Mariallea. af Boston, and W. A. Spencer, th noted lecturer, of Phila delphia, were at th Grand yesterday oa their way west. itr. John Wilson, Superintendent of th Marion (Ohio Cwmetery, kt attending the convention at th Grand. He la a Scotch. man. with th acute accent and Idiom of the laad of lochs and heather along; with him. We have one of the most prosperous llt-cemeteries llt-cemeteries llt-cemeteries in the country at Marion. said Mr. Wilson7 a he banded hi cord te Ths ENariRBn man "Do you mean that you -ar -ar prosperous in tne way or having iota or interments t asaro tne ni. a. "Oh. no," replied Mr. Wilson. ''Our as eoclation has 26.ii0 out at S per cent In terest, and we have a boruile lawn of 2a acres, all laid out In shrubbery and the like. I waa for many years Superintendent Of the cemetery at Greencastle. Ind. Poor Pearl Bryan waa bora In eight or my cottage, cottage, and 1 knew her ever since she was a baby. She waa a beautiful girl, and there are no oetier people man oer lamny irom

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 15 Sep 1897, Wed,
  3. Page 7

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