Clipped from US, Indiana, Indianapolis, Indianapolis News, January 8, 1902

ri-ARRAIGNED FOR MURDER.Patrick Neaphan Pleads that He waa Not m[ Bound Mind.lEpcctal to The Indianapolis N*w*.JEVAN8VT-LLE, Ind., January L—Patrick Neaphan* nearly seventy years on trial before Judge MatUsou. of the Circuit Court, charged with the murder ofhis wife, September IB. Neaphan does not deny the crime, but Insists that he was insane at the time the crime was committed. Ho is defended by Clark Chappell, of this city, and O. A. Stanley, of Henderson. Ky.Neaphan was employed in a cotton mill at Henderson, Ky.. and It Is said drank to such an extent that his wife abandonedPATRICK NEAPHAN.him, and bringing her children with her. oame to this city to reside with relatives. On September IS Neaphan followed and asked her to return to Henderson, and when she refused he shot her dead. The little daughter of Neaphan. age seven was the only eye-witness to the or and will take the stand against r father, ^Yesterday afternoon was consumed inimpaneling the jury, composed mostly of farmers. TheJury late The case will probably go to theury late Friday afternoon or Saturday