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Talks of His Favorite
'15 COUNTY JUNE AT
JAMESTOWN, NEW YORK
Had An Eye on Honolulu Long Since
and Thinks Lodge Will Be
Very Useful An American
Grand Kxalted ltulcr, B. 1. O. S,
Judge Jerome D. Fisher of Jamestown,
N, V., Is fascinated with Honolulu.
He ha been with hit wife upon an
extensive Itinerary through the Unit
ed States and is bending his schedule
' to enable his return hpme by May 6,
when be must prcsldo at the May
term of court at Jamestown. He visit
ed Indlnnapolls, Chicago, Omaha, Salt
Lake, I.os Angeles, Rcdlands and San
Francisco. Mr, Fisher expressed him-
self ns delighted with the reception glv
en him by the local F.Iks and Is en
thuslastlc over tho outlook (or n good
lodge In Honolulu.
"An application has been in our
hands for a ear for the establishing of
a lodge here," said Mr. Fisher. "It wm
decided some months ago to grant a
dispensation for n lodge but I Held it
back, hoping to come nysolf and take
part In tho Institution of the lodge. I
had given tliii up until my arrival at
San Francisco. I am now very glad
"The Order of Elks Is a. fraternal
organization. It was started In 1868.
There can be only one lodge In any
city nud no lodge In a city oMess than
5000 Inhabitants. There are no'lodges
outside of the United States. It Is
strictly an American Institution and
wo are glad to see It follow tho flag.
In the first twcnt-rlve years only
thirteen lodgpB were created. Already
this car we have established seventy
five new lodges nn'd our total number1
' The best men In tho country belong
to our order. W. J. Ilrjan Is an enthu
siastic RlkO Wo have eighteen United
States Senators and eights Congress
men on our rolls. Prominent Jurists,
and professional men In every part of
the United States are finding much to
admire in the order.
"We are glad to havo a lodge In Ho
nolulu. It Is on tho hlghwny between
the United States and the Philippines
mid will be In a position to do a great
deal of good "
Division Deputy W. V. Kennedy of
Los Angeles .would havo Instituted the
lodge hoie had Mr. Fisher not happily
altered his plans. Mr. Kennedy is an
aggressive Klk and Is already search
ing for some excuse to make Honolulu
his permanent home.
111 is 1 sir
J. W, Dirt nppeared In tho Police
Court this forenoon on tho charge of
vagrancy As tho complaining witness,
Mrs. W. McCandless, was not present,
tho case was continued until Monday,
How over, Ulrt told hli story at the
conclusion of which, Judgo Wilcox al
lowed the defendant to go on his own
recognizance, cautioning him at the
same time to bu present lu court Mon
Mr. lllrt said that, for two' weeks
previous to the trouble n couple of
nights ago, ho and his wife had not.
been living together. On tho after-
IS NOT AS GOOD A
as to purchase It at a low figure, on easy
terms, and by planting trees, shrubs and
flowers, Increase the value ol your Invest
ment. WL HAVn A M.AT
SIX ROOM COTTAGE
on King strctt, Just completed, that Me
vv 111 sell to the tight patties on the follow
Monthly PnjnicntH. $45,00
McClellan, Pond & Co.
TEL, MAIN Co. JUDli BUILDINQ
noon ol tho day of the trouble his wlfv
rent fur him and a meeting In llmtna
Square was arranged. At Iho appointed
time, Mrs. lllrt who, bv tho way, Is A
sister of Mrs. MrCandlcts, appeared
on tho scene with the children Mr.
and Mrs. lllrt talked over various mat
ters, among which was that of divorce
and then tho latter started fiir home.
At this point, complications ensued.
The bo hung to the father's coattnlla
and absolutely refused to go home.
Finally, It was arranged that the fa
ther shouM take the Lot home. Mr.
Flirt told the court that he did this and
then walked away. He hd not gol
very far b(or the boy raa attar him,
screaming at the lop of his voice. Twice
he returned with the little fellow and
twlco ho ran after him. --
Finally Mrs. lllrt came out and It
was agreed that the father should walk
the boy around until he was tired iand
then meet the mother. at a place ar
ranged, lllrt took tho child to this
place at tho appolntej time but the
mother was not there He then wont lo
the McCandlcas homo and told the
child to go In and Inqultn If his mother
Mrs. McCandlest whs on the upper
floor at the time and ehn answered that
Mrs. Dirt had not yet r.uile her appear
ance. However, she would be there
very soon. Sho would take charge of
the t boy until that time.
Blrt says he .went Into the yard after
his son and was walking out on tin
sidewalk when Mr. M(Cnndlcss him
self came-outand ordered him to desist
from Uklng the boy away. Delng his
father, Ulrt naturally told McCanritess
In no uncertain terms that It was nono
of hli business. Hot words ensued and
Dirt war arrested. It was Just a llttlo
after dusk that this little unpleasant
ness took place.
,Tho transport Kllpatrick, which or
rived this morning from San Fran
clsco, will remain here two weoks It
the present plan of the quarantine alt'
thorltlea I1 carried out. She has two
cases of small pox and soveral cases
of measles aboard and It Is thought
for the best Interests of those on board
that they be quarantined here Instead
of at Manila.
Tho troops and passengers aboard
arc to bo taken to quarantine Island
during the detention and it Is probable
that tho steamer will remain outside.
Ththe aro 130 bags of mall on tho Kll
Patrick which will have to ho fumi
gated before it comes to tqwn.
Nono of tho cabin pisscngors on the
Kllpatrick hao been 11 filleted so far.
the small pox nnd mo isles being con
fined, to tho soldiers. As thero aro near
ly ono thousand peoplo aboard the
vessel. It would be very Inconvenient
for them to have to remain two weeks
In quarnntlno In Mnnlla should now
cases break out on tho oyago from
Remaining hero tho two weeks will
give tho authorities an opportunity to
thoroughly fumigate tho ship and give
any other cases a chance to deolop
With tho peoplo from tho Kllpatrick
on the island it will be more thickly
populated than It has Leon for man)
BOERS WAR PROGRESS
London, April C Lord Kitchener
reports as follows to tho War Office:
"Colonel Plumer has advanced twenty
miles beyond Nylstroom, unopposed on
tho way toward Petersburg."
According to the Pretoria correspon
dentiof tbe Dally Telegraph tho Doers
havo shifted tholr seat of government
frqm Petersburg to a point thlrty-fho
Lord Kitchener, reporting to tho War
9m co tho finding of an abandoned and
destroyed pompom near Vryheld, says:
"This accounts for all tho enemy's guns
known to he In the southern district."
Tho Kroonstnd correspondent of the
Times, wiring Thursday, Bays that
prcpaiatlcns are being generally made
by tho British forces for winter opera
tions, New Athletic AsHoclatlon.
Tho IJonolulu Atheltlc Association
Is tho latest In the fle'd of sports. A
meeting for organization will ho held
at 3 o'clock on Sunday n week lu tho
drill shed The liojs Interested proposo
to placn their business affalis In tho
hands of a number of trustees, com
posed of joung men enthusiastic lu tho
Intensts uf athletics Those Inter
ested nro now making a canvas nnd
will gather together ns charter mom
beiB, ns many ns It g pesslblo to got,
Capo Town, April S, FIvo corpses
of victims of tho bubonic plnguo wero
found In C,apo Town today, Seven nd
dlUonal cases havo been officially re
ported, elk of these being Europeans
und ono of tho latter a yeoman.
TIN 1 01
Will Issue Manifest
His People for
' TIREB OF FIGHTING
Promises That He Will Never Again
Take Up Arms as an Insurgent
Against the United States
Manila, April 4. Agulnaldo hat the
assistance of Chief Justice Arellano
and of Mr. Fisher, General MacArthur's
private secretary. In preparing his
manifesto. The work U not completed
and the tenor of the contents is not
divulged. Chief Justice Arellano had
n long conference with Agulnaldo. He
says that Agulnaldo, realizing the
futility of further resistance. Is desir
ous of sparing tho Filipinos additional
distress, trusting to tho justice and
generosity of tho American people. The
chief of tho revolution will urge In
surgents to ccaso fighting and accept
Washington, April 2 The War De
partment received ln'ormntlon from
General MacArthur that Agulnaldo has
taken tho oath of allegiance to tho
United States under tho terms of am
nesty offered by General MacArthur by
direction of tho President. Tho ills
patch convoying this information con
talned much more than was given to
the public. The portion withheld rotat
ed to the future disposition of Agul
naldo and mado suggestions as to what
the late chief of the Insurrectionists
Tho bulletin announcing Agulnaldcs
submission was as follows:
"Manila, April 2. Adjutant General.
Washington: Since arrival at Manila,
Agulnaldo has been at Malacanan In
vestigating conditions In tho archipel
ago. He has relied almost entirely
upon tho Instructive advice of Chief
Justice Arellano. As n result today
he subscribed nnd swore to tho declara
tion on page 11 of my onnunl report.
Tho oath referred to Is ns follows
"I hereby renounco all allcgianeo to
any nnd nil so-called revolutionary
governments In tho Philippine iBlnnds
nnd recognize and accept tho supreme
authority of tho United States of Am
erica therein. I do solemnly swear
that I will bear true faith and alle
giance to that Oovernnicnt; that I will
nt all times conduct mjsolf ns a faith
ful nnd law-abiding citizen of tho Bald
.Islands nnd will not, cl her directly or
Indirectly, hold correspondence with or
glvii Intelligence to an enemy of tho
United States, nor will I abot. harbor
or protect Buch enemy; (hat I Impose
upon mjsclf theso voluntary obliga
tions without nny mental reservations
or purpose of evasion, ao help mo God."
Yokohama, April G -Tho Japanese.
(lov eminent Is maintaining grcnt secro-
I cy regarding its policy but It Is said on
guuti miuiuruy inui ir,e wuuiuei ui u
mcetlnrf held 011 Friday resolved to
I communicate with Russia In firm terms
respecting Manchuria. .
Thero Is extraordinary activity In
naval and military circles.
MIM APPEAL DIRECT
San Francisco, April C A decision
bunded down yestynhy by Circuit
Judges Gilbert, Iloss ami Morrow, sit
ting as u Clruilt Court of Appeals, au
thorizes tho Hawaiian courts to clear
their lalendars of cases pending when
tho Territory Vns annexed lo tho Unit
ed States with reference to no other ap
pellato rourt other than tho Supremo
Court of tho United States. Tho caso
which led to this rulin was an action
against tho Wilder Steamship Company
a Hawaiian corporation, by (leorgo U
Hind and others for violation of cup.
ti act. Tho Island court decided nijalpst
tho steamship company, and a motion
was made hoforo the United States
Circuit Court of Appials for tho nl
lowance of an nppcal. Judge Gilbert
delivered tho opinion, and stating
that tho question presented was wheth
er tho Circuit Court of Appeals hadii
Jurisdiction to entertain an appeal from I
the Supreme Court of, (he Terrltoty nff
nawau in numiraity atrs rererren to
the hearing of the annexation act on
such matters. As the euro was on trial ,
In the different Hawaii in courts from)
February ft, 1900, tn November 9th of
the same year, It comer, according to.
this decision, within Ire language of
the Annexation Art. wllch Is as fol
lows "All rjghts of action In suits at
law and In, equity, orotecutlons and
Judgments existing prior to the taking
effect of this Act shall continue as If
this Act had not been tassrd. All such
proceetllngs'all action at law, suits in
equity and other iroceedlngs tbtui
pending In the courts of the Iteptibllt
of Hawaii shall be carried on to final
Judgment and execution In the corns
ponding courts of the Territory of Ha
waii." Attention Is also called to tho
oreattonof a Hawaiian District Court
which has the same Jurisdiction In Ha
waiian cases as Is exercised In the
United 8tates by District and Circuit
Courts. "No appeal," the decision goes
on to say, "will lie wltlt United States
Circuit Court of Appeals in such rases,
tho appoal must besnsde from the Ter
ritorial court to the United States Su
premo Court, nnd only In such cases as
aro appealable to that court from the
Supreme Court of a Mute.''"
HAWAIIAN BEAD LETTERS
1 Washington, April 1, Postal orders.
A deal -letter service for the Territory
of Hawaii, to be conducted In connec
tion with tho Honolulu Postoffleo,' for
the disposition of unclilmed and un
available matter originating In or
reached by the several postnfrUea In tho
Hawaiian Islands, Is ruthorltedUand
ordered established. Postmasters In
those Islands will therefore from' and
after this date ruako their tegular re
turns of such matter direct to the Post
master at Honolulu Inttcad of to the
department at Washlngon. The object
of the Postofflce Department lu Issuing
this order Is to avoid tbe long delays
duo to the distance of Hawaii on mat'
ter which 'would naturally go to tho
Dead-Letter Office. The only Dead-It
ter Office existing at present li at
The steamer Mlowern makes Fan
ning Island 11 stopping place this trip.
On the vessel Is J 8. Peeks the survej
or for the Ilrltlsh Cable Compin). Ho
will make a survey of Fanulug'g Isl
and on Tuesday nnd fo, this reason the
Mlowern will slop thero sovernl hours
Thu cable Is 1111 assured thing now and,
within a short time, work will bo be
gun In laying It. It Is not jet decided
whether the ork will legln from Vic
toria or tho Colonies.
It Is estimated that tho Mlowern will
losa a day In gplng to the Island with
tho Biirvevor and, for this reason, tho
vessel hurrM tu Honolulu nnd left
hero shortly aftr 1 o'clock on her Jour
ney, In nn endeavor to make time so
as to arrive at Urlsbano on schedule.
Sho mado the run from Victoria In
7 days and 9 hours.
BRITISH CABLE LANDING
Victoria, I). C, April 1 The Bteamer
Qunndrn, which mado a survey of the
coast for a landing for tho Pacific ca
ble, tins returned. It Is understood that
a more favorable plate for landing than
San Juan was found In Ilarclay sound
and that tho cable station will bo at Al
birnl. Knglneer Pcako will go to Aus
tralia Ly tho Bteamer Mlowern rriday
to select a landing place In thojiouth
cm colonies. A contract for a cable
steamer larger th,an nny ever built lias
been let tooiifJ'.nRlls'i.trm, It will
take 10,000 tonVof cable for the stretch
from here to tho FIJI islands.
MnclilnlHt'H Give n Dance,
Tho ball to bo given at the drill
shod tonight linger the auspices of Ha-
Iwajl Lodge, No, 341, International As
sociation of Machinists, promises to ba
n very successful affair. Of tbe 1100
tickets printed, over 500 have bicn sold,
guaranteeing a good attendance. Tho
music, will bo furnished by the Hawa
iian Quintet Club. Tho drill shed has,
been beautifully decorated with flower
und ferns and patriotic colors,
Refreshments will be served In tbs
Pilot Freeman, who left here In the
Hongkong Matu, tried to mike It appear
tint he had 1 contract with the steimcr to
pllo her from here to Sin Franclco. This
contention of the Sm Princlico pilot was
not believed In by the cntnm authorities
there and l lie nutter will l left for settle
ment by Washington authorities,
Tho Kumliiy Volcano.
William Marshall's Volcano will
nguln mako Its nppearanco on tho scene
bright and early Sunday,
Has Had no Secret Ses
sions With Judge
MISSION HOME WILL BE
KNOWN MONDAY NIGHT
Will Lay Before Independent Dele
gates a Proposition for Good
of Hawaii Planned at
Delegate Hubert W, Wilcox was in
terview this morning by u Bulletin
reporter upon the subject of the
charges repeatedly made In the Ad
vertiser that he was scheming with
Judge llumnhrois to giln control and
advantage, fn.the field of local politics.
It hat been charged that Wilcox has
boon's freqitfnt visitor nt tho home of
Judge HumvhreVB for the purposo of
political plotting and that ho has be
cp'nve a tool In the hands of tho First
Judgo of the Circuit Court to further
the alleged ambitions nt the latter
Tho mention of tho subject provoked
upon thcfi.facc of (VVIUox (he well
known sffllle, familiar to all. "I was
home ten dnys before I met Judge
Humphreys at all." said Mr, Wilcox.
"1 met him on the street while I wns
walking with Senator Hussol and local
politics was not mentioned In our con
versation. As to my calling at his
home, I do not even know where he
lives ands a mutter of fact we have
no political understanding. Tho Judge
has nover advised mo In any political
scheme. There is some politics lu my
trip home, but that Is a matter fixed
by myself with the advice uud appro
vat of several Senators nt Washington.
Nobod) hero knows nnythlng about
the matter until affr ntixt Monday
"On that evening at Foster hall I ox
pect to meet with representatives of
the Independent party and lny before
them pome definite proposals. Tho
meeting will be In executive session but
as soon ns nctlon is tikeu the cntlro
proceedings will be made public. I
cume with th" propositions It will be
left to tho loprcsentntlveg of tho peo
plo to decide I am dictating nothing
anil am working only for n united
Hand of all parties for tho good o'
i am greatly interested in promic-i
Ing harmony in tho ranks of the lndc-i
pendent party, hut I hnvo nut given a I
thought to nny special local measures
or allied ni) self with any personal!
scheme, having In view tho control of
local politics. I do nut rnro who holds
tho local offices. I bellcvn iry duty to
bo to mako tho best showing posslbloi
at Washington for all tho peoplo of
"I do not know anything about tho
scheme of Judge Humphrcvs or, wheth
er ho has any or not I have not talked
politics with him at nil
"Tho Advertiser seems to bo worried
about something. No representative of
that piper has been near mo since I
ciuno homo; but they seem to be doing
a lot of guessing.
"Tho remark about rnjself, publish-
I cd n that paper a few da)H ago, as
1 coming from Congressman Hill of Con
necticut, I do not bellevo were uttered
' by that gentleman I bellevo Mr. Hill
I has mora Mgnrd for tho proprieties
than to havo made Idle am derogatory
statement, of that kind,
"No, you can truthfully say lu tho
llullctln that I have not been In Judgo
Humphreys' homo. I have not tnlkcd
politics with him nor any ono repre
senting him Neither htvo I given any
thought or consideration to the fight
for municipal government."
A Konu resident who Is watching
with interest tho effort to secure a
railroad for tho lennord sldo of Ha
waii stated this morning that J, I,.
Coerper nnd his associates have noth
ing wluitovcr to do with tho franchise
requested by Senator Achl's hill recent''
ly presented In tho Senate
"ruithormoio," ho continued,, "I (an
lo no innbon why this proposed fran
chise should bo granted. Thej siy It
Is wanted for self protection nnd mero
ly to run oi their own lands. It la n
good deal lko a plantation asking for
n fianchlsn to lay n railroad In Its own
fields The only effort granting this
franchise, can hnvo Is to block thn Coer
per enterprise nnd glvo ono or tvvo
plantations the comploto control of
thn Konu transput tatlon.
"On tho oilier hand, Coorpcr Intends
tu build hi rond so tint It will touch
all Important p'dnts of the district and
connect with the tlllo rnllwa) at the
Volcano Home He has alieadi lflun
woik his ploposltion Is buna flile nnd
ns n commun carrier h 1, road wilt na
turnll) seek trsfllc from all the planta
tlons either sugar or coffee
"This plea for protettlon made by
Castlo plantation Is absolute both
focrpcrs road Is an existing fort This
oilier srhemo Is all on paper and will
onl) deln) the transportation progress
of the district Any rallro.nl frjtiehlso
should be granted for public Inlereils
San Francisco, April fi Thomas W.
Hobron has sued KdKardJ'ollltz and
Honrj St Go.ir. brokcreyor $C;,23 on
account of a deal In the Hawaiian Com
mercial & Sugar C'ompaii)
Hobron Is a wealthy druggist resid
ing In Honolulu who nlleges In his
complaint that Pollitz nnd St (lour
came into possession of the money a
shoit time ago and have failed to pay
the same (o him Pollitz nnd St. Goar
say that they ncted merely as brokers
for Hobron nnd that he feels disap
pointed becauso there Is a slump in the
sugar market Instead of a boom, as
he hud hoped In the last month thero
has been a drop of nearly twenty points
Washington, D. C, April 1. Oeorgo
D. I.lnd of Ohio, hai been appointed
post office Inspector and detailed for
duty in Hawaii. This le the first regu
lar appointment of an inspector to tak
charge of the Hawaiian division.
J. A. DltKCKONS.
NAMED THE CONSTITUTION.
New York, April 3. W II. Duncan
Jr, announced tonight that the nnmu of
the cup defender now being built nt
HerreshoftH t to he tho Constitution.
Thn general opinion among jnchtsmen
Is that the name is well selected, and
that If there la nuv thing In n name tho
Constitution ought to heat the Sham
rock 1 ho Coiistiitlnn has n national
ring about It and will appeal to Am
ericans ns the nnmo Shamrock did to
WALL STUfiT l-LUISRY.
New York April 4 Tho stock mar
ket today was lu ninny respects the
most remarkable lu tho history of Wall
street riiictuntluna wero so violent
tint It wns almost Impossible nt times
to determine the market's tendene
There were very hoav reallralons, but
purchase orders wero readily absorbed.
For tho Hceond tlmo In tho history of
thu exchange tho number of shares sold
exceeded 2,000,000. The total sales re
ported on the tapo w'oro 2,021.000, but
tho ticker reporters wero unable to
glvo oxnet figures.
Japan TcmplcH Burned.
Vancouver, . C April 3, Oriental
advices today recount tho binning of
tho celebrated Homniongl Temple at
lkcgnml, on tho ulght of March 9th.
Ihe flio started in tho students' dormt
tory, where seventy students wero
reading late at night for a pending
Honolulu peoplo who wero in tho
country districts )csterday state that
all tho men working on tho minis and
other public worki wero "knocked off"
yesterday by tho head men, according
to instructions from tho Public Works
Monterey, April 5,Apostlo Oeorgo
Q. Cannon, who has been hero for sev
eral weeks, Is tonight lu a bad Btato of
The family physician, Dr, Frederic
Cllft of Salt Ijvko, is In constant at
tendance nnd today a specialist from
Alameda was summoned In consulta
tion. The family Is decidedly averse tu
having tho tmo condition known, hut
his nervous prostration has developed
Into cxtrcmo insomnia, and It Is fear
ed that tho ailment will assume tho
f 01111 of mental derangement.
D I, II ildu lu and twelvo others, ar
rived In thu Mariposa to take tho plneo
of tho striking workmen at thn Hono
lulu Iron Woiks They will tako tholr
positions nt once.
Capo Town, Apt II 5, (leiunil I'rench
continues to pi ess tho Doers at Vo
ile Id, Transvaal Colony Tho liners
nbamlniiecl a pompom, which tho Ilrlt
lsh found smashed at tho bottom of a
Till: WATKIIMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN Pi:N. All sizes, all shapes. H
MANU IS ON TRIAL
Arraignment of Prison
ers in the Federal
Liliuokalani's Case Postponed Until
Federal Attorney Baird'is Less
Busy Other Court
In Judgo Gear's court this forenoon
tho cac of the lerrltor) vs. .M.inu,
charged with ustult with a dangerous
weapon took up all tho tidii-. The case
Is the one which came to a mistrial at
thu Februar) term, and in which the
two Jurors, C. K. cjui.in and W. T.
Schmidt gained ujlltle notoriety, Tho
Jur) In the present trial consists uf
Joseph Llghtfoot Clinton J Hutcblni,
James J, McDonald. Pin) K It. Strauch
Joseph II. lchtlg. ,Alt rt Trusk, Fred
W Damon, Fred 8 Lvnun, Hubert N.
Harrison, Mllus W, Parkhurst, rthur '
Co) no and Chns, lion
In the United States Court this
morning tho following arrangements
Thomas Saffrcy charge, forgery, At
torney I.orrln Andrews, Monday, April
15, set for pleading
P. D. Day, charge assault on Cus
toms officer, counsel waived, Monday,,
April 15, set for pleading.
Oeorgo K. Lee, charge, assault and
battery on high" sens, Ixirrln Androws, ,
attornoy, plea to be heard next Mon
day. F. O Sodagron and N R. Stewart,
charge, assault and battery on the high
sens, plen, not guilty, trial set for Wed
nesday, April 2t Kinney, llallou b
William Walsh, charge, assault and
bittcry, plea, not guilty, trial Friday,
Frank O Sodagrcji, charge, assault
nnd battery plea, not guilt, trial Mon
day, April 29.
Mike Norretta, charge, assault with
weapon, will plead Monday morning.
Tho motion to set date for hearing in
the ease of tho Kct On Fin Kong So
clety vs Gnnu Chong wns dismissed
this morning by JiuMe Ilumphrejs on
account of tho non-appearance of the
The caso of tho Territory vs. Her
Majesty I.liluoknlanl and Wilson came
1 up this morning for fearing on mo
tion ami demurrer beforo Judgo
'Humphries Ovviig to tho fact that
I United States Attorney Ilalrd Is a ne
cessary participant In this tase, notlco
was given him by the court to appear.
The District Attorney being engaged
with tho business of tho present Fedcr-
al term, tho ease was set for April 24.
In the caso of Thomas Mutcalf vs.
John Kldwcll, stipulation has been
filed extending tho tlmo to plead ten '
da). Paul Neumann for plantlff, Rob
ertson & Wilder for defendant.
Iu tho suit of W, F. O. Hasson vs. W,
IT Pain et al , decision was mado by
Ju'dgo Humphrey nt lilting In chan
cery this morning on tho demurrer to
tho hill for an accounting. Tho demur
rer Is overruled with leave to tho de
fendant tiyinswor within ten, days.
In the suit of J Alfred Magoon va.
T, II, Murray, demurrer was filed to
day by defendant,', utturno) s, Gardner
K. Wilder and Leon N C, Strauss,
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