Cincinnati Daily Enquirer 20 February 1866 Bill to get Sam back and Harrison confesses?
hundred in Tux Boosa Mrsprx Cass. Oae of the parties now under an indictment for the murder of the Booea family, at Deerfield, in December, 1664, is serving out a sentence in the Ohio Penitentiary lor perjury. His name is Connover. A bill has been introduced introduced into the Ohio Legislature to authorise authorise the taking of convicts from ths penitentiary penitentiary out to stand their trial for higher offenses offenses than that for which they were convicted. convicted. Connover is in for perjury, in swearing that the murder of the Roosa family was committed by a resident of this eity, who waa arrested for the offense snd acquitted. We may further state that it is alleged that CNeil, who is nowoonfined in the Lebanon jail upon the charge of murder, murder, has mads a confession, In which he admits admits and declares that he, O Neil, planned the deed and that Connover executed it. That their design in the first instance was not murder, but that in overcoming the old man who wee an inmate of the Roooa family family they had to kill him and afterward murder murder the whole family.