Cincinnati Daily Enquirer Friday, March 2, 1866, page 2 part 1

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i- i- TWTHntfe Crmtrt, Jf JfJ AIJccwcl IT rrer. ti v A JURY 1 HPAMIELIRQ nr readers 1 can aot fercet the Urrible tragedy near Deerneld, in Warren County, Ohfe, oa Dooemaov 27, 1864, when wL petratod Uo maasacr of Jessi Cousins, aa old man of sixty year; af Aliee Bell, aged twelvei Francis, aged sine, aad littie . r7' Vbb of two years, children of J oka Rooaa, a farmer U comfortable eir oamsUaoes, so far ae worldly posssssioas Boeea, who auraoulooely lives after a sav-ege sav-ege sav-ege aa asaault, aad the eooapo of little Net. tie, the ehild of oevom years, our readers are already aware. Tka object ef the as-aasaia, as-aasaia, as-aasaia, by every a tioa it has beea provea, was .oaly tkat of robbery r but, boiag reeog-nixed, reeog-nixed, reeog-nixed, meet likely by tko arstef his victims, victims, hi work of death began, and knew ao ending until, aa he believed, aet one waa left to identify tke hand wkiek wrought tk dastroetioa. Samuel Coovert, formerly a reeideat of Deerneld,"but lauerly of Middletowa, is pointed at by the prosecution aa the principal principal isrthe terrible tragedy, aad Harrison McHesI, his brether-ta brether-ta brether-ta law, as aa accessory. accessory. Ceo vert was at on Uses a member af the Twelfth Ohio Infantry, aad oa his return return to his family, soon severed his connection connection in that quarter, aad farmed otker alliances in the vicinity to which ke had removed. At the time of tke groat cieito-aaent cieito-aaent cieito-aaent attendant oa tke marder, ko made aa affidavit agaiast one Hicks as tke perpetrator perpetrator of tke oeed. which, beiag proven falsa, ke waa "arrested for perjury and cent to Columbus for Ave years, oa ooavlotiea for tko same. ' Of whatever else may have beea developed sine that time will be brought out during the trial. Tkat he was at oao time employed oa the Roesa farm, aad kas-w kas-w kas-w well the premises, will be sbewa ia tk teotimoay, aad tkat his affidavit against Hicks was all a more ham, by his owa eoafeooioa. will he introduced. introduced. His motives for the earn ar matter yet to bo unsealed. Yesterday, at Lebanca, Samwel Ooovort was placed upon trial for the marder of Alice Bell Rooaa, Jadg Oeorge I. Bmith on tke bench. The preeeeatioa to beiag eendoeted by David Allen, Esq., Prooeeat-iag-ntteraey Prooeeat-iag-ntteraey Prooeeat-iag-ntteraey Prooeeat-iag-ntteraey Prooeeat-iag-ntteraey of Warren County, and Geo. R. Sage, of tke Arm of Sage k Haacke, of Cincinnati. Tke being without means, was ? wsetrsso. ji in attack oa air. U rf f l

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  2. 02 Mar 1866, Fri,
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