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TUB EAULE: WEDNESDAY. SEPTEMBER 11, 1895.
UNITED STATES COURT. Quite a Deal of Important Business Being Transacted. lliinshci-i; 11-ikIh Guilty to the Kuiliozzle nient Clmrge-Clilnitinrn Dcport ril -Vliilutiim of the Kilniuuil's Aet Come to Grief. As predicted by tlie Eaoi.k of Inst week, the Uiiileil Slates court wan fully organ ized,' hint Wednesday by the selection of the following gentlemen with M. V. Cox as foreman, as grand jurors: M. V. Cox, Charles Steen, Kilt Conn, Patrick Carroll, Thomas Ewing.C. Ortega, Nico las Sais, Patricio Ortega, Jose Valles, Florencio Cuaron, Lorenzo Trujillo, lía fael Aquillar, PabloGalas, Felipe lioibal, Lorenzo Tafoya,E. A. llohbins, Ed. Dick inson, V. N. Handy, J. F. Killmrn, Albert 0'P.rien, .1. M. Warner. The petit jury was organized as fol lows: E. Valanle, A. II. Maiser, F. J. Davidson, Juan J oso Trujillo, Rafael Martinez, Maicos Xestes, Morris Freu denthal, Xuma lieytnuiid, A. L. Cand ler, (iregorio Gonzales, Esiquio Trivis, Aristeo (aroia, V. C. Kendall, Thomas ISaxter, Hijinio Chavez, Martin Maher, J. J. Oswald, William .Marshall, Pedro Pacheco, Pable Torres, Apolonio Gomoz Eugene Cosgrove, Uomulo Montoya. In addition to the usual routine busi ness always I ranacted, quit'; a deal of important matters have been disposed of. On Wednesday United States At torney nolled four of the old ea-es against Charles II. Dane, late president of the Silver City and Deming banks and now serving a ten year's sentence in the ter ritorial penhentiarv. There Hie still live indictments remaining on the dock et, charging him with embezzlement, making false reports and false entries, but it i.i generally supposed that they will al.-o be dismissed at, the proper time. Other cases in which the govermeiit elected to enter a nolled were tho.-e against H. T. ttailey Chasline Pailey, and tlernard A. Hoopes. Herman II. Hausberg, who conduced a general merchandise, store, saloon and pos'ollice at the place lieariug his name on the Mimbres, and came to a sudden clu.-c in his commercial transaction when Inspector Waterbury landed liiin in jail on the charges of violating the postal laws awl cm be.zleing from the govern ment by paying his accounts contrae, ed by the store with postal notes and failing to deposit the necessaiy cash in the postollice, came before the court Thurs day. I Iansberg afterward escaped from jail and three months ago.was captured in the eastern portion of Dona Ana coun ty, where he was engaged in farming. Hausberg entered a plea of guilty to the embezzlement charge and was sentenced to a term of one vear in the territorial penitentiary and to pay a fine of $131.00, the amount of money taken. The other case was then dismissed by the United States Attorney. IIauslerg's wife and child were present in the court room during the proceedings, and the former appeared to be quite affected. The Chinaman arrested at Deming for being in the United States without cer tificates came in for a large share of at tention, Thursday and Friday and in fact on Saturday also. These were court 'rials and resulted in Louis Kim, Ah Bock, Chung Ging, Yee Yuen and, Louis Non being ordered to China and Louis Lung, FungyAVy and Ah Keeliuis receiving their certificates entitling Ihein to residence in the United States. Fong Jim, better known as Jim Iiattgan, was unfortunate enough to have been absent in China at the time the certili cates were being issued and had quite a time proving to the satisfaction of the court that he was ''alie light," but fin ally did so. Charles W. Branden and Mrs. Depew entered a plea of guilty to the indict ment agai list them and were discharged upon the pavment of a line of one dollar and costs. Their offense was the viola tion of the Edmund's Act. Carlota liustos de Oraso and Calletano Hernan dez also admitted themseves in the wrong, but not having the necessary r funds were sentenced to a term ot one j month each in the county jail The many friends of Frank Story, the popular mail messenger on the route be tween Silver City and Kincon will bo pleased to larn of his promotion to a responsible position on the Pittsburg, Fort Wayne and Chicago, but will be ex tremely sorry to part with Mr. Story and his e.-timable wife. Mr. Story will leave New Mexico for his new home about the middle of October. Fall opening of Pattern Hats and Bonnets beginning Monday Sept, Kith at II. D. Gilbert & Go's. Come and see the latest in styles and shapes. All the very latest. Special Deputy Marshal Frank Jones will leave this morning with the four Chinamen ordered deported for San Francisco where be will deliver tb"iu into the hands of the ollieers there. Forxn An umbrella at the posrntHce. Owner can get it by paying advertising. Inquire at postollice. FRUIT TREES. 1 am still prepared to furnish FRUIT TRKKS suitable for this climate in any number. Persons con templating planting trees will lincl it to their interest They 'to write me, and if I have had been married since the indictment n()t jn gtock wllatia desired, l can readily secure me same at reasonable rates and in all varieties. Adrcss: Clark Roik'.krs, Silver City, X. M. guna, who had been held by the United Stales Commissioner, was also dis charged and when informed by the court that he was free to depart, bland ly asked Marshall Hall to kindly take him back to Las Cruces, as he had been brought here and was without, funds. The Marshall has the subject under con sideration. Considerable interested attached to the eases against Pedro Enoja, a Mexi can from Dona Ana County, charged with illegal voting and perjury at the oveinlier election, br 1 tic witnesses had been present for some days ui d Enojas, who was too poor to pay railroad fare, was brought up by Deputy Marshal McAfee on Saturday. The defendant was represented by James S. Fielder. Mon day morning was given tothe trial of the perjury case and after the evidence of the United Slates had been offered. Judge Iiantz instructed the jury to return a ver dict of "not guilty", as no offence had been proven. The perjury case was then dismissed by U. S. Attorney Heming way. The only rase on trial yesterday was that of the United States vs. Joseph Bom hack charged' with fornication. Jamess. Fielder defended. A verdict ol guilty was brought in late lai-t cveiiti g Fargo's $2.50 ...Shoes... C. H. FARGO & CO. wrus. 1.6-200 MARKET ST. CHICAGC For Sale by C.C. Shoemaker. \n\n was louiKi atnunsi inem. ramos i.a-