Mr. Uhl to Mr. Romero.

Sir: Referring to previous correspondence on the subject of the prosecution of Victor L. Ochoa for an alleged violation of the neutrality laws of the United States, I have the honor to state that I am informed, through the Attorney-General, that the grand jury at El Paso, at the April term, 1894, returned a true bill of indictment against Ochoa on that account.

The U. S. district attorney for the western district of Texas has been informed of the whereabouts of Ochoa, as furnished by you.

Accept, etc,

Edwin F. Uhl,
Acting Secretary.