Cincinnati Daily Enquirer 27 June 1866 Sentencing of Sam 2nd trial

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Cincinnati Daily Enquirer
27 June 1866
Sentencing of Sam 2nd trial - I find the tho an to ah ita in ap eye a...
I find the tho an to ah ita in ap eye a AX-thaogh, AX-thaogh, fncs-aVental of of of the and bid and ita its by us are haa so be the erelong, an the -six SA.I. Sentence -cf-Ssid- -cf-Ssid- -cf-Ssid- -cf-Ssid- -cf-Ssid- &3Tortf he in;t.v;!Eir-tcd in;t.v;!Eir-tcd in;t.v;!Eir-tcd f- f- 7 t ir-nr ir-nr ir-nr JL. How He Received the Sentence tie Pretestew jCsptaia Henry T. MOhr,. eants in utMstincoiKi otone. gs which took place af Varm0oemrrY at- at- I4bsnoaLj yesterday.; during. tav nantasMa of Mmvil Psorers. thooowrteted finwnvanonhnnnajdar offbe Botes saaafiy ta ItoseauM- ItoseauM- a6a reiders will Rmeatbrr ttat tW; etdpjlt n had two trials, aadaa both eacnatonawai found guilty, and 4hsts-art 4hsts-art 4hsts-art rerjllet wan set 'aside' because one of the Jurymen pressed himaaif as to the guOUtf the dafende ant before tho trini. . r Jk ffa not at this time improper to say thst the verdict of giIUy met with tha heartg conenmheo of tho nbUe and nil an lis te saying amea to tha righteous finding of tho jury. On yesterday afternoon the unhappy convict was brought fram, his coll bp tho Sheriff into tho Court-room Court-room Court-room to receive his sentence. The Court-room Court-room Court-room wa crowded try nn anxions people to hear tbeyfate of him who had cesnmitted in thetr midst one of ' the moat diabolical arnrders oa record,' 41m prisoner sat oa his seat perfectly collected, aad dcuaaUv (axing aad smiling around tho sourt-room, sourt-room, sourt-room, aa though he were mrtted to a njarrlage-ftiast. njarrlage-ftiast. njarrlage-ftiast. He did not seem to realize that in a few minutes hit day and date of death aa aa expiation tor a wholesale murder would be pronounced, or if hs did,reaUze tha fact, a seemed that he was saris a the lata of Justice in the dread ceremonj about to be performed. As the clock tolled the hour of one, Samuel Coevert wa directed by the Court to stand np. The judge 4dreselBg him, said: "Samuel Coovert, bare you any thing tn aay why the sentence of death should net be presMmneed npon yonf Covert; replied, laughingly, that he had nothing much to say, except that he was in nocent of tha mnidor of the Boosa family, of which h hsd been eeavteted. The Judge then reviewed briefly the dread-J dread-J dread-J nil crime for the rrmmirm of which stood convicted, and then sentenced him to betaken from thince to the Jail of the county and kept in doss confinement until Friday, the 141 h day of August, 1808, when he ahonld be taken to the place of exeentiea, and, between between ths hours of nine o'clock in the morning morning and three o'clock in ths afternoon, ha should U banged by the neck until he was dead. Coevert received the sentence without ehacging a mtuele, and npon talcing his seal looked round upon the audience and attend' ante of the Court and smiled. In a few mln- mln- aites he was removed te the Jail, where he will remain until brought out far execution. It will be seen that Coovert s execution take place one week before the execution of Wataon, for tK murder of Mentor,. In Newport, Newport, Ky. Billiard Matters. Messrs. Dion and Oavitt, the former the billiard champion of America, the latter correspondent of the Cl iBBSBrBtiL I rumlanen pracjeedtn aiCesirt 4-Tfcw 4-Tfcw : - V 3

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  1. The Cincinnati Enquirer,
  2. 27 Jun 1866, Wed,
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