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The Daily Dispatch: October 4, 1861., [Electronic resource] 5 3 Browse Search
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rday. Tate had a requisition from the Governor of Arkansas for the arrest of Castilano, and securing the services of Captain Klink, together they proceeded on board the steamboat. On inquiry of the Captain of the Sam. Hale for Castilano, they were informed that he was in New Orleans. Capt. Klink left Tate on the boiler deck and proceeded to search for Castilano in the cabin. While he was absent, Tate saw Castilano sitting on the larboard side of the boat, and after accosting him, drew a navy repeater and shot him three times, killing him instantly. Capt. Klink immediately retraced his steps and attempted to arrest Tate, but he seemed to be terribly excited and fired one shot at the Captain, and holding, his pistol towards him, drew ding to the main deck, a companion following him, who managed to detain the Captain until Tate got a considerable start. Klink called out to stop him, but Tate still had his pistol and knife drawn, and people were afraid to do so. He ran up the lev