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LILXXII HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY TUESDAY OCTOBER 23 1900 t u NO85
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I it IJ 4 0 xercoat Bargains H 4 i
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Mens > Good Cotton
Warn Beaver Overcoats
i YefVet Collars Blue 4 jw
Black and Brown forU
i AVeng iit Genuine Raw g
ajall Wool Melton
Overcoats in Dark Gray
fan worth and 1250 Brown for I1 850 i
Mens Good all wool bt
Kersey Beaver Overcoats
iinBluc Black or Brown
I > nicely tailored 750
all sizes for Pi < I I
fTile above Overcoats are goods that
were bought 25 per cent under their
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S M finer overcoats up to 2000
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YOUTSEY IS GUILTY
Insanity Proceedings to be In j
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In a Motion For Suspension of
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Judgment Wlilclr Wps Pa sed
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Georgetown Ky Oct 20 11091
Twelve men all of them of ItitefH
gence and gpotl repXite decided th ls
morning af 912 VdcSk that Henry
E Youtsey formerly stenographer
and private secretary to former I
Auditor Samuel H Stone was
guilty of the murder of Gov Wm 1
Goebel and fixed his prnishment
at imprisonment for life
The court room vas wall filled
with people when the vcrdicttivas
rendered but none of tl prisoners
relatives was present except his
lather bent by years and acute
rheumatism who sat near the head
of the prisoners bed which had
been drawn close to the door lead
ing into the petit jury room
When the Clerkin loud tones
announced the finding of the jury
the old man buried his face in his
hands and wept bitterly The
prisoner lay perfectly still Not
one of his muscles moved and there
was no change in the expression qf
his face
The bed was pulled back the
door closed the jury filed out and
the celebrated trial was at an end
The third man tried for the assas
sination of Gov Goebel had been
convicted
convictedMOTION
MOTION FOR ARREST OF JUDGMENT
The attorneys for the condemned
man made a motion to arrest the
judgment on the ground that the
offense charged was not under the
form of law They then made an
other motion praying that judg
m I1tb ajsujsp l duntil inquiry
could tie made an to the defendants
sanity D Both motions were passed
by the court for hearing on Febru
ary 2 the second day of the next
term of the Scott County Circuit
Court
SAERIFF TO DECIDE ABOUT PRISO
NERS REMOVAL
On the motion of both the court
and the Commonwealths Attorney
an order was entered commanding
the Sheriff to remove the prisoner
to the Frankfort jail for safekeep
ing On account of the condition
of Youtsej the Court left the time of
his removal to the direction of the
Sheriff and the attending physi
cians
HEART FAILURE 1
Causes Death of Mrs Hulda
Smith Near Nortonville
Mrs Hulda Smiths whose serious
illness was noted in the KJ
TUCKIAN two weeksgagOj died At
her home near Nortonville o > t t K
12th inst Deceased was a sister I
of Mr J G Hord of this city She
was about 70 years old and death
was due heart failure She leaves
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six children Mr David Smith of
Fruit Hill this county being one
of them
OLD LADY DEAD
Death Of firs Nancy Clark At
Crofton
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Crpfton Ky Oct 22Mrs
Nancy Clark widow of the late
Joao Clark and mother of Esq H
B Clark of Gracey died this morn
irg of cancer ot the bowels aged
78 years NITRAM
WEDDED AN ACTOR
MlssConnell Harries Member Of
Olympia Opera Co
Miss Nella Connell daughter of
Mr J L Connell of this city and
Mr Edward L Weston the lead
ing tenor of the Olympia Opera
Company which recently played
a weeks engagement at Hol
lands Opera House were mar
ried in Montgomery Ala last
Week N
CIRCUIT COURT
Verdict In Damage Suit Of Ezel
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Several days of last week Verb
consumed Inithe trial of the suit of
SrTs Ezell against jTfi Jbnier for
1000 damages for alleged false ar
rest The jury pound for the
plaintiff and asse s eti the damages
atS500 The damagesalt brought
t > y R E Roberts against the same
party was continued until the t nex
termJohn
< John Wilson indicted for murder
was rearrested ana placed in jail
The case will not likely be tried at
this term but a motion fpr bai
will be argued next Tuesday
Biddie Roach against Lee Roach
divorce granted and plaintiff re
Stored to her maiden name Biddii
Fowler
In the suit of Lizzie J Bradle
against James S Bradley a di
vorce was granted
There are a number of Common
wealth cases set for this week find
several parties now in jail wil
likely be tried Next week will be
devoted to the hearing of commoi
law matters
mattersRUDOLPH
RUDOLPH STEINHAQEN
Dies Of Pneumonia In New York
City
Rudolph T Steinhagen youngetl
son of Prof RT Steinhagen ot
this city died in New York city
Saturday afternoon of pneumonia
after an illness of only two days
He had beenfor two years mana
ger of thebrokeJf1g gestablisbrncn1
of Cornwall Reed He left Hop
kinsville several years and after
residing in Memphis for some time
removed to New York City
He was 28 ye ars of age and was
a young man of unusual talents
and promise In literature he had
made considerable reputation as a
writer of verses of rare sweetness
and purity of diction His career
in business had been constantly up
ward and he gave promise of at
taining prominence in his business
relationsHe
He was a member of the Episco
pal church and the funeral will
take place from the chnrch here as
soon as the body arsives from New
York which will be in a few days
Miss Rosa Steinhagen of At
lanta had just been on a visit to
her brother and was enroute home
when she learned of his sudden
death His parents one brother
and one sister reside in this city
MANY CONVERSION
Meeting to Continue With Three
Services Each Day
The meetings at the Baptist
church continue to increase in in
tesest and power There were
about a dozen conversions Sunday
A large congregation assembled
Sunday afternoon in the Tabernacle
and heard the powerful sermon on
Christs Second Coming In the
morning and night services at the
church large congregations heard
powerful sermons from Dr Drouth
ton and excellent singing by Mr
Wolfsohn Dr Broughton will
preach daily at the church at 10
oclock a m and 3 and 7 pm All
are cordially invited
Corn Opens At a
New corn is now selling at 2
and in some instances 225 has
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been paid for small quantities of
early deliveries It is not expected
that the price will fall belOw 2 as
the crop in this section is Shorter
than usual
usualoccasional
Occasional Rain
Louisville Ky Oct 22Spec
ialOccnslonal rain to night and
Tuesday
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Campaign Dats and Caps
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TINNER PLUMBER
Tinware Stoves and Ranges Roofing Guttering
and Repairs Well and Cistern Pumps
Call and See Us and Save Money
9th St Near L N Depot Hopkinsville Ky
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