Murderers Stop At Nothing

 
March 20, 1886, page 183

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    Portland, Oregon, March 7. - The bodies of M. Coleman and Wilson Patten, well-known citizens of Seattle, W. T., arrived here from Lake Washington yesterday.  They were assassinated by some unknown persons.  Coleman was foreman of the Grand Jury that indicted a number of men for participating in the recent Seattle riot, and also those who shot and killed several Chinamen at the New Castle coal mines.

 

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