Slaven Released.

The grand jury, having failed to indict Slaven, who shot McFee, Judge Irvin released him yesterday morning. Slaven is still suffering from the wound received from McFee, and tells his friends he regrets not having let his account go to the public with McFee's, as it would have then been evident that his action was in self-defense. He says that McFee had long cherished a morbid desire to kill him, engendered from Slaven's refusal to go his security when he was in financial straits.

Indianapolis (Indiana) Journal, November 17, 1888.