The Cold Spring tragedy. :
Trial and conviction of Mrs. Nancy E. Clem for the murder of Jacob Young and wife, with the eloquent speeches of counsel on both sides and Hon. Judge Chapman's charge to the jury in full. To which is added the confession and suicide of Silas W. Hartman, brother of Mrs. Clem and her accomplice in the murder, and many interesting facts never before published.
|Main Author:||Clem, Nancy E.|
Indianapolis, Ind. : Published by A.C. Roach, Journal building, 
Young, Nancy Jane,
Young, Nancy Jane, /
Hartman, Silas W., > Hartman, Silas W., / 1839?-1869 > Hartman, Silas W., / 1839?-1869 / Trials, litigation, etc.
Clem, Nancy E. > Clem, Nancy E. / Trials, litigation, etc.
James V. Medler Crime Collection.
Trials (Murder) > Trials (Murder) / Indiana > Trials (Murder) / Indiana / Indianapolis.
Murder > Murder / Indiana > Murder / Indiana / Indianapolis.
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Advertisements on pages - of wrapper includes one by Northwestern Mutual Life Insurance Company, telling how they insured victims' life and how this money will support victims' child.
Text printed in two columns.
"Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1869, by A.C. Roach, In the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the United States, for the District of Indiana."--Verso of title page.
128 pages :
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