Walter E. Clarke, correspondent
of Seattle P-I. but he refused it.
Called on Pettus again this morning
and showed him Nelsons letters
to me, &c. Also saw Piles who saw
him yesterday - Piles says he
is against me - and I now think
so I am greatly discouraged
and tired of the struggle & feel
like resigning & going home.
Have today telegraphed to Judge
Day to come over - when he comes
I intend to consult with him
seriously upon the subject &
W. B. Hoggatt of Juneau
appointed Governor today.
I think it a good appointment
and am greatly pleased - it is
a much better appointment than