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 - . . .. About tha Mountain Army. Fourth If tha...
. . .. About tha Mountain Army. Fourth If tha Jury believe from the evidence beyond a reasonable doubt that the defendant, Caleb Powers, conspired wnh W. H. Culton, F. W. Qoiden, iireen Golden. John L. Powers, John Davis, J as. Howard. Berry Howard. Charles Finley, W. S. Taylor, Harlan Waitaker, Richard Combs. Henry Youtsey, or either or any of them, or other person or persons unknown unknown to the Jury, acting wtUt them, to bring a number of armed men to Frankfort Frankfort for the purpose of doing an unlawful or criminal act, and. In pursuance of such conspiracy, defendant did advise, counsel as enooutwge the killing ot any member of tha Legislature, said William Goebel being a member thereof, and said Ooebel was killed In pursuance of such advice, counsel or encouragement; jthen - the defendant defendant Is guilty of murderj whether the person who perpetrated the act which re-' re-' re-' suited- suited- In . the death- death- of William Goebel has been identified or not. and if the killing killing of said William Goebel was committed In pursuance of such advice-, advice-, advice-, counsel or enoouragemeat and waa induced and brought about thereby, It -does -does not matter matter what-change, what-change, what-change, if any, waa made by the conspirators. If any waa made, to their original designs or intentions or the manner of accomplishing the unlawful purpose ot the conspiracy. Fifth If the Jury believe from tne evi

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  1. The Courier-Journal,
  2. 15 Aug 1900, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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