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The Daily Dispatch: April 27, 1864., [Electronic resource] 1 1 Browse Search
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Life in Indiana. --A few days since a "Copperhead" named McCart, while in the cars near Le Roy, Ind., expressed his opinion about Lincoln, when a soldier struck him, and McCart killed him with a knife. At the next station McCart got out, was set upon by soldiers and instantly killed. The Indiana Journal, noticing his death, says: Connected with the death of McCart is one circumstance which is as disagreeable as the murder itself. His body was taken to the Christian burial ground near Orleans for interment, but it was denied sepulture by the church because, as it was alleged, "it would be an insult to the soldiers" to allow it a resting place on the sacred spot claimed by these "patriotic" pharisees. The body was taken to the Baptist cemetery and decently interred. The Princeton (Ind.) Democrat has the following additional sketch of life in that State: On Saturday last a man named Francis Worrill was shot and killed by two soldiers, said to belong to the 42d I