Cincinnati Daily Enquirer 5 March 1866 p 2 part 2
La Bioail ar UtmLai I Uau iworeo or lueasaeB a eaaaa to amy bowsa, siUkrwao4CkM haee Ceevartaai Have they were act disguised; den t Easw what was dons with the man; thev did aot. tell me what they wanted with hint, bat enty desnaaded of aae to give him up. I fired a pistol twice; this was e sham; I did aot Intend to hurt eay body; I had net been informedof the pertienlars, bat had e hint ef their object, aad wee act afraid ef their klPi.".-Coo.Tert klPi.".-Coo.Tert klPi.".-Coo.Tert or BV either; do net think the ofi cere of the State had eay thlag to da with this matter; I de net think that uaye eatt 1 a4 nay eeaveresAioa ea tee It is uaderstood that the object ef this reteaded mob eras te take Coovert out of all, aad threaten him with hanging, aad, f poeeibra, extort aeeaieeeiea from hiav--Ber.l hiav--Ber.l hiav--Ber.l hiav--Ber.l . . . . Oliver Drake-Thinks Drake-Thinks Drake-Thinks Ceovert it lefU aaaded ; has seen him chop. B. Kavaalt swera Thinks Coovert is left-weeded; left-weeded; left-weeded; is aot positive; thinks he usee the edse with left hand. John M. Snook Saw Coovert at Mrs. Recce's the week after the murder. ' Qeestioe Did yea aotkse aay thlag par. ticulnr in his manner, aad whs wee It led you to notice it? Answer He took ae part ia the eoaver-satien, eoaver-satien, eoaver-satien, aad when I made a remark about the mnrder, he hung his heed, and I thought, as ks waat eat, gars bs a wild leek. . John Trump Thinks Coovert ie' very handy with both hands, but thinks hs usee the left hand the best. Hae eeea him use a hand-ax hand-ax hand-ax ia his left head. . The object ef the testimony ia regard to whether the prisoner is right er left-handed, left-handed, left-handed, is evident. Coovert had the thumb of his right hand shot off while ia the service. The testimony for the State here lesed.