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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

TV i VOL. XXVni. NO 17. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, It80-W1TH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 152G. r - -T MURDER WILL OUT. The Death-Bed Confession of a Brown County Murderer. After Thirteen Years of Silence, W. P. Gillespie Telia How Himsalf and Others Murdered and Bobbed James Jamison. The Son of the Dead Han Hunting for the Remains of III ratner. AFTER MANY YEARS, A Cold-Blooded MunltrComes to Light. Special to tbe Sentinel: CYiiA-.MRCs, Ind., Airil 2i. John Jamison, of Jonesviile, Ibis County, was In this city tbU morning, on his way tr a spot located Jos-tat the corner cf Bartholomew, Kruwa and Johnson Counties. Thirteen jears ago John's father, James Jamison, was a well-to-do Mock dealer.who traded a great deal In that locality and always carried u consldcrahle sunt of money with him. In the year lisCT, In the fall season, James Jamison fall d to return to his family, aftergoing in tbis loe kilty on a trading expedition. Search was made, but no tidings were ever found except hU ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, APKIL 28, 1880. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23 Grant go8 to Colorado after a few days' rest. . Thk Ohio Legislatur hang on fourteen weeks. . Henrt Ward Bkechkr'b sermons are telephoned. RrssaA has 26,000 convicta ready for shipment to Siberia. If Nihilism continues, Siberia will become more populous than Russia. The Massachusetts Republicans are dabbed Esquimaux dogs." It is unfortunate. The Esquimaux dog la a useful animaL. "Why Insult him? Talmagb declares that the people of the South are loyal, and is c' the opinion that a half dczen or bo of first-class funerals, .North and South, would put an end to sectional nonsense. "Why does a Democratic Senats permit Kellogg to diegrace that body? He is known to be the most infamous creature that ever disgraced any deliberative body in this or in any other country. Asd S3 it turns out that Indiana owns the cadet who was not fond of "falling in" with "Whittaker. Wonder if to had ever read the Journal's announceme...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY APRIL, 28, 1880. MANUFACTURES Of tla Statt for tha.Pas. Year &s Compiled bj the Statistical Bareau, Inc'tillnz nonrinsr Mills, Fcniture, Carr lag.. Saw Mills, Etc. Tie following summaries ol the statistics cf the manufacturing interests of the State for the patt year are given to our readers In advance of the statistical report, through the kindness of Professor Cellett, Chief cf B areata. FLOrBISO M1LI. Two hundred and slity-flve establishments, riving fall answers, show as follows: Capital, J.e value of raw materials used, Sii,7ji,- ; value or manufactured product, iS.t.t.'.Ka; number cf employes 8JK); wages paid durin the year, WlU.6i7; other expenses, t0)l; au employe to every ri,Wö.08 ol c ipltnhwlth vr age wagesat4Vll peryear. Representing the capital by 5100, the material would be fJ.'J 7-5, tue manufactured product 323.3), wages la.S'J, and otner expense slut". Three buaored and seventy-seven establishments, Inciutttn those g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

4 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY APEIL 28, 1880. WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 23. FOR PBE8ID.ENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or etdiaha, Bubject to the decision of the National Democratic Convention. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dally, delivered by carriers, per woe It 80 2S ')aily, delivered by carriers, Including Sunday Hentlnel, per ween 30 )aily to newsdealers, per copy 3 hdlanapolla Sentinel for 1880 Dally, Sonday and Weefcly Editions. DA-LLT. lellvered by carrier, per week 1 25 alty, Including Sunday, per week 30 Dally, per annum, by mall 10 00 Dally, per annum by mall. Including Sunday by mall 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum- li 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Sunday. 11 00 BCND.tY. Sunday edition of 70 columns I 2 CO WKEZLY. "Weekly, per nnum -. 1 100 The postage on subscriptions by mall la prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy postage or other charges prepaid. Secretary Thompson will go to the Facific Coast '...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY APRIL 28, 1880: COSN OULTUEE, As Dlscusied by E. J. Howland at tha Mettag of tha Marlon County Agricultural .Society Saturday. The Marlon County Agricultural Hoclety Leid their regular meeting at the rooms of the HUte Board of Agrlcultuie Saturday, lu the absence or tbe President, Vice President Ell&ba J. Howland tooK the cbair and called the meeting to order. After the transaction of considerable routine business connected with the Society, according to programme, K. J. Howland submitted tbe following essay on the subject of COBS CrLTVBE. The surject of corn culture embraces so much that la necessary In tbe preparation that is applicable to all tbe cereals, that I sball not attempt to detail ail the operations, but will assume : First, that the soil Is well drained ; second, tnat It Is suiliciently rich In the elements that enter into a crop of corn during Its growth. With such a soli, plough moderately deep, (from seven to nine inc...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SEUTINEL, WEDNESDAY, APHIL 28, 10- THE HOSTE. It U not donbUd that men bT b tbat Uc wher Mck ob ku MtAblished bl be Ith and th nm of hl poaeaiona and fortan; Aeno. be will not depart, if nothing calls bim war. '"nca If bu departad ha teems to U a wadwerj and if k Mni h. omm to wander-Defiultio. tiom CWU lw. Tb stay at home, Bf heart, ad reat Tb bird ia wfn( ia IM neat; O'er all that Hütt Iheir mlu-f and lly A hawk la howiag in the sky; To itaj at U bost." Longfellow. OCR TOCNO FOLKS. Ihe Shag. CEUA THAITIR. What 1 Unit great bird. sUter, tell m Perched bUrhon the top of the crag ? Tis tbe eornorant,denr lirtle brother; The fishermen call it theehag." "But what does It there, alster, tell me. Bitting lonely against the bWc liyr It baa settled to rtst, little brotber; It hears the wild gale wailing high." Bat I am afraid of It, sister, Far oyer tbe sea and the land It gazee, ao b ack and no silent ! "Little brother, hold fast to my hand. 'Oh. what was that, iister? T...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEI WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28, 1880; V 11i y PENSIONS. JUnwed Attempts to Pension Mexican War Veterans. At Abi Speech by Senator Voorhees Before the United State Senate, April 14, 1830. Mr. Voorhees submitted the following resolatlon. which was read : Resolved, Tbat the Committee on Pensions be, and Is hereby, Instructed to report.wlthout unnecessary delay, a bill authorizing the Commissioner of Pensions to place on the pension roll of this (JavernmeBt the names of the surTlrlng soldiers and sailor of the war between the United States and Mexico: Provided, Tbat this resolution shall not apply to such as are now on any account drawing pension?, or wbo are laboring under political disability. Mr. Voorhees Mr. President, In presenting this resolution I hope I may be pardoned a few words In explanation. I am fully aware of the obstacles to be encountered. An impression has been created in certain quarters tuat we are already engaged In paying pensions in too lavish a ma...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNESDAY, APKIL 28, 1880. 8 wme mid äfjnrm Hint for May Work. lAmerlcan Agriculturist May Is a yery busy month, and lre is so tnuch work crowded into it that a farmer Is in danger of b in g In a hurry. Ktery hour of work should be so planned that it will tall most effectually, and th requires considerable thought in order to do the most urgent and important work first, and leare undone those things which may be dooe almost as well bye sod bye. As we sow so do we reap, and as this is the montk of Bowing, the work bow will in great measure determine what the harvest of the year dha.ll be. Keep pushing on, but with a plan. Lab3r It inert be adtHUted by erery one familiar with (arm warfc, that the labor problem is a diticult one, and it msy 'fairly, from its importance, (it im the first 'consultation m deciiing upoc the plan of operations for the year. The largest poss$lle crops may sot return a profit., if the labor in their production fcaa not been well pla...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

TELK INDIANA STATE SENTINEL," WEDNESDAY. APRIL 28, 1880H3UPPLEMENT. "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 28. Sah Francisco is t-rriblj excited beceusa one bad man has killed another bad man. It would be far better to give the killer a fair trial, and then break his neck according to law, without bo much talk and bluster about it Spriko is here. Ni mistake. m There are wallows and bluebirds. The forest trees are robing themselves in holiday attire; the fruit trees are in full bloom, but to place the fact that spring has come beyond question the boys have laid away their shoes and axe Indulging in barefoot luxuries. CoicKUiro declarrs against Washbume on any terms,' and that probably disuses of Washbnxne'a candidacy. The Republican party will not dare risk a candidate against whom Lord Conkling stows an implacable hostility. This is a contemptible position for a party to be io, but it's a rather con temptible party anyhow. From every section of Jhe Union conies loud, earnest call for relief from the opp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 28 April 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL WEDNBDAY, 'APRIL 28, 1880-SUPPLEMENT. " Written for the Sentinel. TUR OLD LOVK LET TEH. BT A. W. 'Tia bat an old lore letter, Written years ago. I found It to-day in (be rnblish, Buried beneath the sdow. Its pages are lime-worn and yellow, Iti tetters are faded and dim, lint, ah! ( could read the tear message 1 knew it was written by him. I read the dear word of affection, Then read them again and again; But the message, so tenderly worded. Awoke but a dull, hopeless pain For memory went back to toy girlhood. When love wm my tenderest joy, When life, with iti sunshine aud shadows, Was centered in one manly boy. But we parted, and life once so sunny, Was clouded with sorrow and pain; And where sanshine had once shone in splendor, Was nothing but chilling rain, I gathered his letters and presents, And burned them away from my sight; But I wept when the flames had enwrapt tbeai, As I watched them that dark wintry night. Aud when he had ue to the battle. And a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

f.. vol. xxvni. NO 18. ESTDIAISrAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, 1UAY 5, Ir80-WITH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 1527. I TELEGRAPHIC. Postmaster General Key Kesiijns Iiis Seat in the Cabinet. Letter From Secretary Sherman, Regarding tie Purchase of United Statts Bonds. John E. Goodwin, cf Brookrille, Ind., Shot and Killed by Ei3 Brother. Hnnlcipal ElrtJoa Tbrontbont Jr.dlaita Crimes anil Casualties. WASHINGTON. Postmaster General Key Appointed a District J uilge. Special to the Sentinel: Washington, April ;10. At the Cabinet meet io' this afternoon, the President tentiered to Ju-lge Key the po itioti of IUsttict Jn-ljoof tlit? Eastern ami Middle Districted" Teiiuesee, made vacant by the death of Judge Ttiz. Tlie Postmaster Genera', has accepted the position. IT5ER IN LUCK. James N. Tyner, of Indlanajnow Assistant Postmaster General, will be appointed to fill Keys place. HOSOr.fJ TO SENATOR VOORHEF.S. One of the bills reported to-day Horn the Committee on Commerce authorizes tbe change of tbe name of a st...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

2 THE TKDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. MAT 5, 18S0- WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. IaDiASA and Hendricks are ahead. Johk EnEKMA walks away with Ohio. Wisdom is another Republican dark horse. Thc insiders say that many of the Blaine delegates from Indiana are either lor Sherman or Grant on the sly. Thk South Carolina Republican Convention "instructed" for Grant yeäterday. One more step toward the Empire. Is rr cot about time to marry Mr. Tilden to somebody sgain? Let us hare the name of the blushing bride forthwith. The population of .New England has remained about the same since 1850, but there has been a large Increase of ol I maids. Therk is a rumor that Algernon Sirtoris, Esq., consort of Her Royal Highness Frincesi Nellie, will be, in due time, raised to the peerage. Hayes wants troops at the polls, and contemplates another veto. If troops are to be used to shoot down voter?, then the army and West Point ra1 better be abollehed. . - Tns pleuro-pneumonia cattle plague is speadingin New York...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

7 4 -;. v ' THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEI r WEDNJESD A.T VIAX 5, 1880, 33 V 5 SIT LITTLE BOY THAT DIED. MRS. MULOCK CHAIK, Loofc oa his pretty face for Just one minute, ills braided frock, his dainty buttoned shoes. Hi Orrmahut band, the favorite plaything la it, And tell me, mothers, wsw't not bard to lose And mtRB him from my side My liitie boy that died? How many another boy, as dear and charmlue. His (tuier a hope, taU mother's one delight, blip through strange slck.nes.es, all fear disarming. And lives a lone, long llf in parents' sight! Mine wu so short a pride ! And then my poor boy died. I nee aim rocking on his wooden charger; I hear him pattering through the house all day: I watch his great bine eyes grow large and larser. Listening to atorlea, whether grave or gay, Told at the bright rl reside Ho dark now, since he died. But yt I often think my boy is living. As iiving as mv other children are, "W hen good-night kisses I all round am giving, I keep one for him, though he Is ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

THE INDIANA STXTEt SENTß MAITIS, 1880? WITH SUPPLEMENT. Entered as secsnd -class matter at the Post . office at Indianapolis, Indiana. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. FOR PBE8ID.ENT, THOMAS A. HENDRICKS, or rsvixxi, abject to the decision of the National Democratic Convention. RATES OF SUBSCRIPTION. Dal.y, delivered by carders, per week JO 3o Oaily, delivered by carriers. Including Banday Sentinel, per weet 80 Hdly to newsdealers, per copy- 8 dianapolis Sentinel for 1880 Dally, Sanday and WetoJy Edition. DAILY. delivered by carrier, per week . 25 Mtily, Including Sunday, per weelr 80 Dally, per annnm, by mail 10 00 Dally, per annum by mail. Including: Banday by mall . 12 00 Dally, delivered by carrier, per annnm 12 00 Daily, delivered by carrier, per annum, including Banday. 14 CO . eck DAT. Banday edition of 70 column a J 3 09 WISELY. Weekly, per annnm 1 00 The postage on subscriptions by mall is prepaid by the publisher Newsdealers supplied at three cents per copy postage or other chances prepa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

THE JNDLtVKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MAY 5, 1880. r N. R C AND E. A. Concluded from Seventh Page. product of 52.000,000 seres of land to supply the :ood for the stock, and tnis Industry give employmenttotljO.iXWnien, and requires the labor or SStt.6uO horses. From this kto may ascertain tUe amount of capital invested, estimated m follow-: ix.000,0.0 milch cows, valued at ri)each,f3yo,0oo,u); Ntfi.uio horses, valoed at !SJ each. eMi,lSJ,i)00; 62,ixiO,rtiO ncrtrw of )dü, valued at Sol) pt-r acre, fl,5tO,UU0,C0O. To which Rbouid be atlded for wagons, harne, agricultural and dairy implements IJUO.Utü.Oüj, making a grand total of tJ,21!,2so,0OO, or an amount equal to the indebtedness of the United states. It may be Interesting to com pa re the amount leveled in this industry with the amount invented In banking. We hnve not seen the last returns, but the report of the comptroller of the currency.dsted October 1, 177, shows that the capital of all of the National Bunks amounted to Sl'O.l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

THE XKDIAXA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1880. . c THE HO MR It la not doobtod that men bt a bom la that placa wbera etch on hu eatabliabad his hearth and the mm of hi poMeasioni tod fortune; wbenca ha will not depart. If nothing ealla bim away; whence If be has departed ha eeema to be a wanderer, and If ha return, he ceaae to wander. Definition from CiTll "Thea stay at borne, my heart, and rest The bird is aafeat in ita neat; O'er all that flatter their wins and fly A hawk la hoTering in the aky; To stay at home la beat.". Longfellow. OUR YOUNG FOLKS. I Am the Lad In the lue and White. BY MARY A. BARR. I am the lad In the bine and whiteKing hey ! the merry sailor boy. My head la steaJy, my eye are. bright, Mv hand lre dy, my htep 1 light. My brave littl heart, all right, all rlghtBing ho! the merry ealior boy. I am the lad In the blue and white Sing hey ! the iue rry sailor toy. I sit In the 6brouds when the sott winds blow. The light waves rock me to and fro; I run up aloft o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY MAY 5, 1880. N. B. C. AND E. A. Interestinc: Proceedings of the Association. A Lengthy and Interesting. Discussion on "Cold Storage." The Subject of Oleomargarine Manufacture Handled Without Gloves. A Kcatoer of Essays Real on Different Subjects Electioneer Offlcers. The National Batter, Cheese and Epr. Ascociatlon met at the Board of Trada Hall, on Thursday. The rneetiog was called to order with Vice President Gaoch in the chair. A letter was read by the Secretary, from the Secretary of the Northwestern Dairymen's Association, of Illinois: The Secretary read a dispatch from Francis P. Moulton, President I the International Diiry Association, regretting hts Inability to attend the Convention. The Secretary read tb following letter from Ljfüia J. Caldwell, .ho;n he apoke of aa a lady of wealth end enterprise, end who, by her own exertion?, hai accomplished wondrtra. She is tb-e Secretary andTreas urer of two corporations in Chicago, with a capita...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

8 THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, MAY 5, 1880. U, S. TREASURY BOOKS. The Books of the' Treasury Departmeat in Bad Condition. Erainr, Alteration anil Entire Page Cut OQtof Journals, Ledgers and Other Books. New York Sun.j Washisc.tox, April 10. After more than two years of constant labor by two experts, In examining the books of the Treasury, under the resolution of Mr. Davis, of West Vir ginia, a condition of facts is found which claims tbe most serious attention. The Register of the Treasury is the book keeper of the Government. All the publio accounts finally go to ni.- office. Until tbe advent of Grantism, the official statements of the National debt were made exclusively by the Register, for the good reason that he alone had the evidence by which they could biverifisd. In 1S70 Mr. Boutwell radically changed this established system, and took upon himself the function of issuiDgthe debt statements monthly. When the report of the Secretary and that of the Register for that f...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

II Vi! .TEre jIANAgyAITE SEyifcWJBgNSIAY, MAY 5; 188,0rSUPPIiEMErE X miß c3 WEDNESDAY, MAY 5. r Most of the late Republican County ConTendons in : Illinois are going strongly against Blaine. Logan and Washburne seem to be getting in their work. , SoxkTHnro is the mattsr because Mr. Tilden his not declined for a whole week. Bat then other news has been lively and there lias been little necessity for such news. ' . Thc Ben ate Committee 011 Commerce authorize : the change of the name of the team 'yacht "Maria" to the "Daniel W. "Voorh . We can not bat rejoice at any proposed honors to our distinguished In diana Senator, but we hope there will be no I difficulty on account of the sex of the yacht. 1 When the girl asked her beau to propose a name for her pet cat, he proposed Jim Blaine as suitable. She replied, blushinly, that it was not that kind of a cat. Thx harmony which the Pennsylvania Democrats showed to the world at their Con vention last week is that earnest kind which shows th...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 5 May 1880

. ...i . ..'.iu... - ' .r- . ... - - " . 1 A OKKMATT TRUST SONG. LAMPKRTUS, 1625. '".! . ' I 1 ; i I ' , ' ' Just as God lead me I will go; I would not aak to choose my way; " Content with what He will beetow, Amrtd He will not let me atray, 80 II leada, bt path I make, And itep by step I gladly take, ' A child in him confiding. Jost aa God lead I am centent; I reet me calmly in Ilia hands; . That which He had decreed and teat, -That which Iii will for me commands, : I would that He ahouM all fulfill; That I should do Iii gTacloui will " " In Urine or in dying. Just aa God lead, I will resign;4 I trust ma to my Father's will; When leaeon's rays deceptive shins. Hie eonneel would I yet fulfill; ' Tbat which is loTe ordained as right. Before Ha bronght me to the light, My al; to Him resigning. Jost as God leads me, I abide. In faith, in hope, in en fieri ng true; His strength is Ter by my sideCan aught my hold on II im undo? I hold me firm in patience, knowing That God my life is stil...

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