roosa recap part 21

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roosa recap part 21 - any relitf from the Governor is very slight....
any relitf from the Governor is very slight. HOW COVntT BKCBf rXD THX DRBAD IXTgX- IXTgX- LIGHRCK. This information was conveyed to Covert yesterday neon. Has face tamed to an ashy paleness, his lip quivered; while his eyes stared around bis cell wildly; eold drops of aweat stood ea his forehead, and hia heads felt like lumps of ice. He received the Intelli- Intelli- reace with a long sigh, aad while his entire frame shook sad trembled with nervous and mental excitement, he said: "All right, gen tlemen. 1 am content. I am Innocent. lam not the maa; and, with a smile, settled down Into his usual indifference and stoical careieaaness. He made other references to his case, and his entire readiness to meet hi doom, sad again he was left te kit own meditations. meditations. tbb axacanoM. It is tbe Intvmttoa of the Sheriff te perform the rery unpleasant duty of ushering Samuel Covert into the praise eo of his mater between between twelve and one o'clock to-day, to-day, to-day, whea this will be the first OKecutiou ever had is Warren County. Orders have beea Issued sad nrepsratioas Inaugurated for the "Turtle Creek Bifle Company" te be present, to per Rim guard and seaunet amy. . mere are already already indications that there wiU besaeembled in latbaaoo, to-day, to-day, to-day, a vast eoacourse of people, people, who, not permitted to see the exscaUon, will content themselves at watching the temporary temporary structure, in the interior of which it located the dread Instrument of capital punishment, punishment, the convict prisoner and others. To these people, who eaa not know the preparations preparations going on in the inside, aad are Ignorant ef tbe precise moment whea the author of that terrible tragedy will pay the just debt of the law in expiation tor nia crime, toe mmucute will be tediona and the auspense painful. So doubt all trill fully realize tne deep soi-Bnlty soi-Bnlty soi-Bnlty of the occasion, and it is earnestly srged that all who may thea attend will preserve tne utmost attence anu rra w coram. There will tie admitted to tne inside inside to witness the fiasl ceremony of this tragedy, all the county officers. Covert s spiritual spiritual adviser, the members of the press and a few mends, or the prisoner, and ue snertn, as provi led by the law. When tbe hour arrives arrives and sD arrangement full completed, at abeut the hour named Sheriffs Butler and Dsvtes and Bev. Mr. Boowdon will eecert Covert from his cell, which to tn the second story ef the jail, down te tbe hall and out en otnescsnotu. rxere ne win n pea-aataawa pea-aataawa pea-aataawa eo address those present, he having expressed hiaueifas desirous of saying a few words bs fore being executed, which privilege Sheriff Butler assured him would be cheerfully granted, last evening Covert dedaredthat at these law momenta ef his life he would ageiB proclaim bis innocence, and in brief re peat wnat IS COOaaiaeu aoove in a is uiug uw ciaration. It is, however, believed by many that by hie aft. repeated dedaratkaa. "The guilty man

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 24 Aug 1866, Fri,
  3. Page 2

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