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maining rebels wiu deliver themselves up in ucaiia. jnuxuz. FUNERAL AT A CREMATORY. Laxcastxr, Fenn., Aug. 24. The body of George Bru baker, a prominent member of tbe Lancaster Bar, was cremated this afternoon, and this was tbe first cremation of a resident of tbis city, though this wa tbe twenty-eeventh body incinerated st the Lancaster Crematory. Brubaker died of paralysis last week, and hia son. Hi Clay Hrubaker. also a member of tbe Bar. followed hia father's last wishes in having his body cremated. Funeral services were held at Mr. Brubaker' residence at 4 o'clock thia afternoon, and mis evenina- tbe body waa taken to tbe crematory, where about 230 persons bad assembled by invitation. When the body had been prepared for the retort tbe Bev.J. Max Hark, of the Moravian Church, read tbe service for tbe dead and a bov choir aamr a bvmn hur. log tbe singing tbe door of tbe retort was swung open and the body drawn In. Then Mr. Hark offered p raver and pronounced a benediction auu ibq services were over. cowhide to At ail shown would aubrra rcnunuif CLOSE closing Assembly at 9:I3l University and Miller, Assembly and New-York. Conservatory of tbe uie

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 25 Aug 1885, Tue,
  3. Page 2

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