Clipped From The Courier-Journal
" Allege Counter-Conspiracy. Counter-Conspiracy. Counter-Conspiracy. "When were those nails driven there T I'll tell you. They were put there at ter a line had been drawn from Pow era office to the hackberry tree. Now. let us sea who aaw Goebel ahoC Many aay they aaw him fall., but who aaw the gun pointed from Powers office 7 Ed St e ffee says he did. snd "Strolling Weaver" says he did. Weaver, strolling, strolling, strolling everywhere, says ha saw the assassin's gun. I wuni to ask her and now who was responaiWe for bringing into this court-room court-room court-room a man who, by falsa testimony, tried to swear this defendant's life away? '' I say who brought Weaver here?' Somebody did. He did not com unsolicited. , "Don't you know that on of the attorneys attorneys for. the Commonwealth, wsu sworn In aa a special bailiff and brought him here?" "It baa been proved thai Weaver swore to Infamous Ilea, and a man who does that against another on trial for his life is a scoundrel and won than an assassin. "Oh I what a tangled web to-weav to-weav to-weav When first tn practice to deceive. "Now, let me tea you, If they got on man like Weaver they may have got others. , "" Then tha speaker mentioned the names of Golden. Culton, Noaks and Anderson, and said that while Weaver waa not a Golden, be waa a golden stroller. ' Mr. Sims paid a tribute to Powera and told of his straightforward manner on the witness stand. He said the prisoner prisoner had nothing to conceal and had told the whole truth. He declared that com blned legal talent of "New York, Ohio and Kentucky" could not confuse Pow era, and he wag unscathed by tha rigid cross-examination cross-examination cross-examination to which ha subjected by tha Commonwealth, sea Koaks Testimony Assailed.