Jane Jamison obit
Miss. JANE JAMISON, rehct of John A. Jamison, a well-known landlord, who died many years ago, died on Saturday, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Watt, aged 90 years. Mrs. Jamison was one of the oldest persons in Indiana, and was a noblt Christian woman, always cheerful and kind, with a pleasant smile and a kind won! for every one, she was universally respected respected and beloved. She was the mother of a large family, all of whom are living except oiie daughter, Sallie, fvvho was intermarried with Lieut. Frank Youii'.'), Martin F. and J. Thompson, of this place; Benjamin II., of Ilnrrishnrg; Mrs. Belie Thompson, Mrs. J. M. Watt and Mr.-:. Kate Apple, of this place; Mrs. Kli/.a Houston, of Greenville, and Samuel .Jamison, of Xevcda. Her remains were interred in Oakland cemetery on Tues- dav.