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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 4 April 1904

I GOV. M'BRIDE GIVES AN EMPHATIC DENIAL TO THE "COMBINE" STORY Says he /Sever Sought Alliance With the Railroads to Further His Senatorial Prospects Governor Henry Mcflrule, at the Ta coma hotel this morning, emphatically de nied to a Times reporter that there had been any attempt whatever to create a Bcnatriri.il combine between tin- railroad forces and himnelf. If« flatly declared that the nflnili knew, him too' well to waste any effort along that lino. He further ,i-<ertc<J that the circulation of th« report of an attempted combine was THE FINAL POLITICAL MEETINGS The long drawn out and exciting city campaign will draw to « clow tonight. Tomorrow the battle of the ballots will take place. :, • There-in every indication that the elec tion «ill be one of the motit exciting ever held in Tacoma. ; It in predicted in well informed political circles that more than B,OUO votes will be en ft. I Tonight five meetings "will be held, three DARKEST RUSSIA HAS THE MOST LUXURIOUS TRAINS ...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Washington, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 92 ALBERT E. BELL, NOTED MAIL ROBBER AND BANK THIEF, CAPTURED HERE IS WANTED IN ENGLAND, FRANCE AND VARIOUS CITIES OF THE UNITED STATES-CAPTURED AFTER AN EXCITING CHASE THROUGH THE STREETS BY OFFICER MOHAN AND LODGED IN CITY JAIL-CONFESSES TO ROB BING U. S. MAILS IN SEATTLE ALSO TO THE THEFT OF $100,010 FROM A KANSAS CITY NATIONAL BANK-PURSUED OVER TWO CONTINENTS Albert E. Bell, alias James E. Butler, wanted ' by the governments of England, France and the United State* for robbery of the mails, and by the state of Kansas for defrauding the Kansas City National bank of $100,100 last April, was landed behind the bars of the Tacoma prison last night by Chief Kinkier. 801 l was located in a lodging house on Pacific avenue, near Fifteenth street, übout 6 o'clock last evening. In the room with him wai- a T>»l, who gives the nunie of (J. A. Bchribner, When confronted by Officer Moron, Schi'ibner surrendered, but Bell succeeded in milking his escape. Officer Moran tu...

Publication Title: Tacoma Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1904

t THE TACOiVIA TIMES Vi Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. •*-,- ---Entered at th* rxwtoffice at Taeo»na, Wash.,- ng *reond-elas» matter. - ~ USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE] OFFICE, 768 COMMERCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733 One Cent a Copy, Six CcnU a rtfi^JiSfrsiferk " 25 <'cnts a Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. t '"..» '*'"' by Carrier or by Mail, A REPUTATION WORTH HAVING Tn both Ibe RepnWican and Democratic rallie* at the Tacoaia theater and Qenn liall ! - ii waa noticeable thai i»ed campaign new* which they had I ios .is autliont\ for many statement* on which they based U ■ In the Democratic rally one speaker read from The Times as on authority on facts. 'At the Republican rally one speaker took as his text an interview with Candidate Wright, which appeared in The Times, to ihov that the Democratic aapirant for the mayoralty would not fully declare himself upon the question of an "open" or a "closed" town. Mayor Campbell, in...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1904

CLOSING RALLIES OF MUNICIPAL CAMPAIGN Republicans Hold a Spirited Meeting at the Tacoma Theater Fully four hundred people assembled in the Tacoma theater last evening to hear tin- (losing arguments of the Republican Campaign speakers. The audience wai a thoroughly representative one, a great many ladies being present. The senti ments expressed were frequently applauded and when the chairman introduced Mayor Campbell the applause which was tendered him tv a testimonial of the esteem in which he was held by a large majority of those present. .1. T. Redman presided and before intro ducing any of the speakers made a short address in which lie urged the election of Mayor Campbell on the ground that he had been tried and proven true, whereat lus opponent was an Unknown quantity. Chaa, Atkins said that Tacoina lias the bell business man in the mayoralty chair that it had been his pleasure to meet. "He. is also a lawyer and these two qualifica tions in my estimation make a man em inently li...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 5 April 1904

„9 ALERT GUARDS FRUSTRATE PLAN OF FIFTY CONVICTS TO ESCAPE FROM MISSOURI PENITENTIARY JtfrSSflOK CITY, VTo., April S.-A df*perate «ttempt wan made by 50 eon- ; vicU in the - Missouri penitentiary this morning to blow up that insitution, kill • all the guards who- irrttTferttl and' relcattc 300 criminal!". At 1 o'clock, Guard William* heard the command, "Hold up your bands!" fol lowed by « shot, which brought on a gen- m |uardi iniiikly appeared with fiin.-. Om r,.n\ict ninioriiril in the i( A DIAMOND STUDDED APPLE WAS JACINE'S FIRST STAKE \\ IIITF. HORSE, Alaska. April I.— Itaaj piiulun itoriea are told bj tui.is who si. k (heir fortunei among the Northern gold field*, and more are left un told, lint valor in atorj telling .got the bet duicretion a few dayi ago, um-n "White Hone Ned," a well to do hotel Inn- unbosomed binuell as to liow he gOt his (list ".take.' , "White Horse Ned's" real name is I'M- Ward Jacine, and he in now worth a for tune soaring into the six figure rank. ■ It...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1904

One Cent "VOL. 1. No. 93 itllnbt GEOKGE P. WRIGHT •••••©*•••••••••••• • Mayor-Elect Wright Bays: "It was • ft only a question of majority. -I nev- • ft er doubted my, election."" ■■' • , •~^'ll.et me assure the people tliat cv- O ft. orj promise made by me during this • • campaign will, be kept." . -Z ■'■ "9 ft .. "I shall; assume office nntrammeled • ■■■ft by (Thy pernicious Lllflunmnn. li Is m\ V ..ft cfetrrTiiinal ; <>ii to do everything that • • will conserve the best interests of the 9 9 city." ft 9 "I appreciate the fact that many 9 9 young men and Republicans support- 9 9 me, and did it voluntarily, with the 9 9 idea of doing the best thing by the 9 9 city. 9 9 "The vote polled in the First, Sec- ft" 9 ond, Fifth and Seventh wards shows 9 9 that it was not the saloon vote which 9 9 elected me, but justifies the claim I 9 9 made, that it was a business cam- 9 9 paign, and the business men elected 9 9 me. 9 ft "I will have nothing to say along 9 ft the line of making appo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1904

I THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. ■V.'-'"..._.. Entered at the postolfice at Taoonx, Wash., m foond-elan matter. USES THE SCRIPPS-M'RAE TELEGRAriHC NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, :08 COMMERCE STREET ............... TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cent* a riM^fiTaVhi CcnU a Montn > •* • >ear' [Week, by Carrier or by Mail. tTW»Vi .-..> by Carrier or by Mail. WHAT THE ELECTION MEAISS ;.-,. A considerable majority of the voter* of Tacoma have declared by their ballots that they, want George P. Wright for mayor, in place of Louis 1) .Campbell. It is well that the majority is so decisive, as it will put at rest all recriminations , directed at the "sUy-at-homee," who are generally accused in close elections, by the defeated party, of being the Mm of defeat. ''Probably all of the Republican "stay-at-homes" in the city could ■ not have ' changed the result, '•', A""majority of the people wanted Mr. Wright for mayor. In all elections, good a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1904

REPUBLICANS HAVE A CHANCE TO CONTROL THE CITY COUNCIL There is some guessing among the poli ticians v to which party will be able to organize the new council it party spirit enters into the contest. In the present council there are eleven Republicans and fivs Democrats, and the Republican ma jority, as the result, rules. In the new council there will be nine Republicans and seven Democrats, and if the ltepublicain pull together they will hare no difficulty in organising the bo'iv to -nit themselves. The question arises whether the Republicans will hold to THE ELECTIONS IN OTHER CITIES . CHICAGO, April 6.-Eighteen Republi can, sixteen Democrat and one independ ent Republican aldermen were chosen In the municipal election yesterday. The new council will be Republican by two votes. The proposition of municipal ownership of street railways was created the chief In terest in the election i and the vote stood 152,434 for the proposed plan and 30.014 against. MILWAUKEE, April 6.-The Demo c...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 6 April 1904

• SENATOR BURTON SENTENCED TO SIX MONTHS IN JAIL, FINED $2500 IT, T.oris. m.... April I A , itnr .T. R. Burton of X tliix morning SENATOR .T. R. BURTON, •entenced to «ix months in the Iron coun ty. Mo./; jail, and fined $2,500. ■ lUirton was ia court with'his nltorncyo. lie wan very nervous and his hand* and PRESIDENT SMITH WILL TftLK TO MORMONS ON POLYGAMY SALT LAKE, April 6.— Ii in understood hen that PrwMenl Smith of the Mormon cbui.li will make a statement to the ai ■emlili'ii Mormom in the general confer UNCLE SAM: GF.EMENEE! THAT ANIMAL IS LIKELY TO MAKE WE A VEGETARIAN. THE GOTKIN CJSE GOES TO THE JURY TOMORROW AFTERNOON ■''■'BAN FKAXCISCO, April o.—The closing arguments of the attorney* (or the defence were, begun. this morning, Attorney Me Gowan opening. He occupied all the atom tog and part ... the afternoon. '. : Attorney Knight, leading counsel for the defense, will , make In- argument to morrow morning, 'District Attorney Byington will make the clotting argument for (li...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1904

One Cent FOL. 1. No. 94 TACOMA OFFICERS WILL NOT PART WITH BELL FOR TWO DAYS Chief Faekler has decided to hold Bell •nd Scribner at least two days longer be fore turning them over to the postal au thorities-. It is probable that he will hear from the American Rankers' association by that time in regard to the amount of the reward that is standing for Bell's arrest. The statement made in an evening paper that Chief Faekler refused to allow the DENVER OFFICIALS SAY THAT BELL BELONGS TO MILLIONAIRE CLASS DENVER, April 7.—Albert 8. Bell, who, hag been arrested in Tacoma, is the most | noted forger and mail robber with whom! the authorities have had to deal. It is estimated that he has during his career: secured in the neighborhood of $1,000,000, if! not mure. He has had many abases, among them being J. H. Hamilton, F. H. Crosby, George Murray, J. A. Miller and A. E. Hammond. Bell was arrested in St. Anthony's hos pital on October 16 last by the secret service officers. He was taken to P...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1904

• THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. : Entered at the poatoffice at Tacoma, Wa»h., v Mcond-cla«s matter. ' USES THE SCIUPPS MRAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. ~~~~ -■I. .-I—i ... i. i _ -_—.-—-■ „.,. ; | ■ ; ... | .... .. , _. -_„,, „,■..__„—. -. ■ OFFICE, 768 COSUIKRCE STREET TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cents a, jiftfjß&E^.. M ( *nU » Month, $3 a year, Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by' Carrier or by Mail. . MAKES EXPLICIT STATEMENT Colonel .1. .T. Anderson, manager of the late Democratic inunitt'i>al campaign, called at The Time* office thin morning and asked that a statement lie made by the paper (supplementary to the editorial on "What the Election Mean*," which »p --l»car«l in tin- paper yesterday. ' . "I with you would state explicitly," said the colonel, "thai the Democratic cam ■ ■"■ ■■ -:■ ■■■■■ - : paign committee did not receive one dollar from the Tacoma Railway & Power com pany for. hip in the campaign just closed...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1904

STREET RAILWAY CO. PREPARES FOR STRIKE SAN FRANCISCO, April 7.--X,» effort Wai made this morning to'force- the United Railways trainmen to break in imported men in opposition to their ultimatum hand ed to the street railway company Wed nesday, In aiitiiipntion. nVwpver. of trouble when the wage Kmlc ia taken op May 1, MANY INDIANS KILLED IN COLLISION ON CHICAGO 4 NORTHWESTERN H¥. CHICAGO, April 7. Ten Nebraska In dians were killed and 23 injured, three fatally, also the engineer and fireman, in a rear-end collision on the Chicago & Northwestern at Melro»e Park earl] this morning. ■ <a^J| The Omaha express was '20 minute.- late. [I was (topped by a block and urns run into by the fast' mail in a dense tug. The mail train plowed into the war coach, in which were the Indians, bound east.. The bodies of the Indians .were toMed by IT WAS NOT A TRUE STORY A rumor was prevalent on the street's today that 8. A. Perkins had telegraphed from Los Angeles to Mayor-elect Wright, asking him...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 7 April 1904

t HOW THE INDIANS LOSE THEIR A (Me ha« been started in the Pierce cotr.ity »ujierior court which illustrates the " manner in which the Indiam are deprived Of tlnir )aii(U. ,: Jack)-. Sniokalem > has brought the suit against W. P. Sundberg. who, runs the fcvca saloon,,near,.the corner of Eleventh ; and; Commerce greets, and who, it to tlikimed, has been in the habit of selling liquor to be Indians and supplying money T. h*-n their fuiuU ran short. Last* July, Smokaleni Asked Sundberg tn loan him 100, which he did, and for which, it )» alleged, the Indian wax to pay $20 it.UroM for the six months that he was to keep it. . . ■ | \oi satisfied with Smokalcm's promise to pay, interest" on the money at the rate of 40, per Vent a fear, Hundberg, by some I mean", induced the Indian to sign what the latter »ii|i|mscd was a mortgage to secure CLARK MUST STAND TRIAL V..BUTTK, April 7. Senator W. A. Clark ' will have to go on trial on the charge of fraudulently obtaining 8,000 acre* of pub l...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1904

One Cent FOL. 1. No. 96 JAPANESE SAID TO BE PREPARING FOR FINAL ASSAULT ON PT. ARTHUR ST. PETERSBURG, April 8.-A Port Arthur dispatch asserts that' the Japanese have planned a supreme attempt for the investment' of Port Arthur next Sunday, which i- the orthodox Qreefc Easter. Twenty-five fireahips have been prepared HE SHOT 001 THE ASSAILANT OF NORFOLK. V H .. April B.—T. L. Drury. heaving of an alleged attempt: by Paike Ifeishcimer, aged 21 and married, to as lault Drury'a 15-year-old daughter, called MRS. 6011 IS FOUND GUILTY FAX FRANCISCO, Apr) B.—The jury in the cane of Mrs. Cordelia Botkin, accuaed of killing Mrs, John P, Dunning, of Dover, Delaware, by tending her through- the mails a box of poisoned candy, last night brought in a verdict oi murder in the first de gree, with the penalty tixed at imprison ment for life. Mis. Botkin took the announcement with great emotion apparent in her face. April 16 is the date set for formally pronouncing sentence. BAN FRANCISCO, April B.—M...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1904

I m THE TACOMA TIMES ■*'-„, ■ ,„ | „,.,, i ■ i „ , ■ ■ - - .. i ni . i i ■■ - i ■ . v. T i ■" ■■■■ ■ - ,* t *■■ ■■ ;■ '_" ■ * ' '■'"■■'-"'-—""•' - »..—-... ...i....—... — ■■,— .—- -——.. 1.,.-, i. ■ •-■ i> »-^=&—........,—....—— Every Evening Except. Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. 1 •'•'' ,".;'.- Entered at the office at Tacoma, Wash., »- necondclaMi mutter. . USES THE SCnirrSM'RAB TELEGRAPHIC NEWS SERVICE. * OFFICE, X6S COMMERCE STUEET ..„.'....'... .^..T.~.iKLi:i'ilU\K MAIN 733. " One Cent a Copy, Six CenU *r*iS§t§s3£vi 20 Cent* a Month, |3 a year, 'v Week, by Carrier orb) Mail. *I**i2t*fi*3'*^ ' by Carrier or by Mail. 1 MAIS ACER DIHHOCK'S LATEST ACT ; Manager W. S. Dimmock today tent i lettei to Hie Tacoma Time« peremptorily entering the advertisement orthe Intcrutban withdrawn frmn this paper*. '„■■»■■■■-■« Th stmo official \u« Anxious to advertise in The Times when the t>a|ier wax first started, and voluntarily offered "all of the cn»tomary transportation courtes...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1904

KING CHRISTIAN S EIGHTY-SIX i COPENHAGEN, April 8. -In the midst of a family gathering of kings and queens, duke* and iaahMMa, to say nothing of numerous royalties of Issuer degree, the venerable King Christian, dean of all the world's rulers and "father-in-law of- Euro pean royalty," celebrated today hi* eighty-' sixth birthday. Hesidcs Crown Prince Frederick and Prince Vladimir, who are residents of Copenhagen, the family party included King Christian*! second son. King George of Greece, his daughter*, the dow ager empress of Uu-*ia. the Duchess of Cumberland and Queen Alexandra of Km;: land, the latter being accompanied by King JMward and Princess Charles of Denmark. There have been reporti of late thai ili« old king's health is exceedingly precarious, and some of tlie rumor mongera Lave even gone so far as to slate that, from a mental point of view, he has fallen into a state of senile decay, These report! arc absolutely without foundation. NEMESIS OF SCALPERS KEW FORK, April 8....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 8 April 1904

• ANOTHER LAND DEAL IN WHICH IGNORANT INDIAN GETS BUNGOED > Among thp rword* at the court hoiitp Ii found another illustration of the way the Indians are deprived of their land*. It iva caw in which. Louisa Taylor, an Indian woman, hat brought suit ngainst W T. I*.' Sundbcrg to recover some laud, and beans a close resemblance to the kalein case. It. appears that the Indian woman hail an interest in some valuable In ml. the r«nftiniii(? interest belonging I" her *ons. This land adjoined ten acres owned by Bundbcrg. PJSjtndbtahQ; wanted'to get hold of the In diiiii woman* land, but nhe refused for a time to consider a proposition. Finally *he vu induced U) enter the back mom of Sundlwujj'* saloon, the Svea, and ii is claimed thnl a representation was made to her '; tint - SJundlKTg wanted i.i len*e the projM-ity. With that impression, the SMELTED HIS CARPET ;;BUTTE, Mont., April B.—A new expert m; nt. li.iv citiKt'il all the dentUtl in Unite to begin spring R4U»ecteanitia in tlveir...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1904

One Cent VOL. 1. No. 96 GENERAL KUROPATKIN ASKS FOR HALF A MILLION MORE SOLDIERS ST. PETERSBURG, April According to the wishes of General Kuropatkin preparations are being made to rush troops to the front In large numbers. A hundred thousand have been ordered to mobolize for Manchuria service. Quarters are being hastily put in readiness for them here. Kuropatkin has demanded three hundred thousand reinforcements by May and half a million by August. GLASGOW, April o.—Japan has placed contracts with the Clyde shipbuilding firms for the construction of two battleships to exceed in power any now afloat. The ships cannot be delivered before the term ination of hostilities. LONDON, April 9.—The Central News at Irkustk states th.it ninety-five Japanese prisoners arrived there bound for Tomsk, where (hey will remain until the close of the war. LONDON, April 9.—The Central News at Yankow wires Unit a Chinese report lias reached there which states that the Jap IMPORTS AT TACOMA SHOW INCREASE ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1904

1 THE TACOMA TIMES Every Evening Except Sunday by The Tacoma Times Pub. Co. '" "■ Entered at tbe pMtofffce at T«eoirm. Wash., aa »econd-«la*a matter. - ~USES THE SCRIITS MRAE TBLBGRAnirc NEWS SERVICE. OFFICE, 763 COMMERCE STREET:.. TELEPHONE MAIN 733. One Cent a Copy, Six Cento a ' i"iati'SS^i c'nt" a Mo"th. ** ■ X**l". Week, by Carrier or by Mail. by Carrier or by Mail. HE HAD "NO SHOW' George Collins, a young man, m hanged in St. Loui* la.«t week. • A few boor* before his execution lie mid in an interview with'a newspaper re porter: ' 'Mi parents never gave me a show." . Xbr did he ray. thin because of pique, nor to justify himself. A- revealed by hi* life's history what lie said wns true. '."The boy did not get a fair chance at life. In fact bin parents gave him no chance at all. Ili« father and mother were unfit for parenthood. They allowed their non to grow up in the *trects. There wan no home atmosphere nor influence nor training. The only training was in the direction oE evil...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Tacoma times. — 9 April 1904

PROFESSOR IN MOSCOW KILLED BY STUDENTS BERLIN, April 9.—Tiigi-blatt reports that Professor Wanoff, of Moscow Uni versity, was murdered liv revolutionary Students. His body was found today lying in the streets with this inscription affixed: HILL THREATENS TO SELL OUT IF HARRIMAN WINS THE SUIT ST. PAUL, April l.r James -T. Hill iay« thai if Harriman wins liis merger Ptiil the Croat Northern -will mVJ nut to Hnrri- Ban, Hill will retire ami Id (lie North- Her-I light its own battles. The Great Northern alone cannot tinlil H.u rim.in. CHICAGO, April, !'. Mr. Iliriiuian STEAMSHIP OFFICERS FIGHT A BATTLE IN VESSELS HOLD As a result of a quarrel between the Brsi and second officers of the Pacific Coast' company's 'Frisco liner linatilla thi-, morn ing, in the hold of the ship, chaises of in- Buliordination will probably be tiled against the second y^eer. The officers of tlie boat refuse to make any statement in re gard to the manner in which the quarrel •rose. It was learned, however, that...

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