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The great offering of Hereford Cattle including the
entire English importation will be sold at public
auction on MARCH 2 and 3. 1898, at the home farm,
Emporia, Lyon Co., Kas. This sale has been ad
vertised in this space for nearly a month. Every
reader of this paper is hereby given a cordial invita
tion to be present.
150 HEAD OF REGISTERED
HEREFORDS. C. S. CROSS.
New York, March I "On the day
at the White Squadron opens tire
Jjoa Havana, Maximo Gomez will
Kin an attack by land. He will
eep on lighting until Havana surrend-
a or nothing ta lett ol It but a heap or
So says Emilia Nunez, who com
anded a filibustering expedition
hich has been landed hi Cuba from
) steamer "Dauntless.
Nunez Is now in Tampa, Flu., and be
"(Jarcia Is now besieging liayamo
d llenera! Fuudo, with 25,000 men,
trying to force his way up the Cantes
er to dislodge him.
'cet West, Fla., March 1. United
tes ships are massing themselves
ut here. The fleet now here Is made
of the cruisers "New York," "Iowa,"
arblehead," "Montgomery," "Cush
" and "Ericsson," as well as of the
- battletieipa "Indiana." 'Texas"
' "MasHachusetts," now at Dry Tur
íx. ,UEY IIAVK KECEIVED OIIDEKS TO
Jl.DTHKMllKL.VKS IN HK A 1)1 N KSS TO
aktfok Havana at the tap or
B DKI M.
Il'he "Detroit" has left here for Dry
irtugas to Join the White Squadrou.
iters have come from Secretary Long,
Washington, to Admiral Sicard and
e said to be basad on Information
ired from Havana by the Captain of
e "Hache, United Staler Coast Sur
y boat, who told such an alarming
iry of the heated state of the Havana
tblic and the probability of riot at
y moment, endangering the lives of
meneaos now in Havana, that Secre
cy Long at once sent orders to his
ips to be ready.
rin open country Between niarcia
f.l lining il.,r,,o la' Kuf
'rely working toward the capital,
nlng plantations a he goes."
s Illanco recalls his troops to pro
vana, Gomez draws nearer from
V while Hodilguez and Diaz are
i from the east."
:i expect the United States to
declare war. The moment this happens
they will mas their forces and co-oner-ate
with the United Mates tleet, Ha
vana will f.Ul and cvBA will he
Washington, March 1. It Is re
ported that the squadron was yester
day ordered to be In readiness to sail
tor Havana at once. No advices have
been received either from the state or
navy department that would warrant
the statement U rt snlsh officials In
Havana atteu(ver o Interpose any
obstacles to proí n4on the work of
wreckers on the "Maine's" hull.
Washington, March 1. Today's
cabinet meeting disclosed the fact that
the government is still without official
news regarding the cause of the dia.
aster of the "Maine." The Court of
Inquiry has not Indicated in any way
the trend of Its investigation. The
president and members of the cabinet
are as completely in the dark as on the
day after the explosion.
Following the cabinet meeting, the
report was circulated that Secretary
Long had slated that the element of
Spanish responsibility had been elimi
nated from the incident of the disaster.
To a representative of the Associated
Press, he said his reference to Spuin'a
reHponsllnlity was that of a question of
any vjfit-ial participation by the Spanish
government in the destruction of the
"Maine" whs practically eliminated, in
his judgement. He desired to bave it
made clear that this was his personal
Washington, March I. A party of
senators and representatives will leave
Washington today for a trip to Cuba.
The party will consist of Senators
Galllnger, Thurston, and Money, and
Itepresentatlves Amos H. Cummluga
and William Alden Smith and wives.
Senator Thurston said today that the
trip was undertaken lor the purpose of
making a personal investiuatlon into
the slUIrs of Cuba. He said the party
would be absent about ten days which
would allow several days In Cuba.
Havana, March I. Senotor Proctor
will take a trip into the prnvtces.proba
bly first going west to Finar de Kio.
Havana, March 1. The Diario del
Ejercita, the Spanish army gazette, re
ceived here from Havana, says that
Spain has notilied the United Slates
that the "Maine's" remains must not
be removed aud work nitiht slop uulil
the tovmmeut has received a report
of the United Stutes court of Inquiry.
Key West, Fla., March 1. The
second day's session here of the United
StaUs Court of Inquiry into the loss ef
the battleship "Maine,'' began at 1U
o'clock this morning. Most of the
officers examined yesterday have been
informed that they might be recalled,
and consequently were ell on hand,
though it Is reported that they wilt not
be re-examined until the court returns
from Its second visit to Havana.
Ket West. Fia., March 1. The
court adjourned for lunch alter ex
amining four engineer officers and
eight enlisted men of the "Maine."
The afternoon session will be devoted
to the hearing of testimony of en
Joel pe Advocate Marlx said: "We
have done good work and are clearing
up here In great shape. We may get
through here tonight."
Denveu, March 1. From certain
developments that have come to light
recently, It is stated, on what appears
to be the best authority, that the Den
ver & Kio Graude railroad is seriously
contemplating an extension Into New
Mexico as far as Cochitl, at least, and
possibly fnther. A local railroad man
returned from the suiiiliern part of the
state todHy bringing information which
leads to the belief that wotk on the
grade of the proposed new line will be
commenced very shortly and it Is the
Intention that the Denver & ltio
Grande have the road open in time to
handle next full's ore output at Cochiti
and adjoining districts that will be
taken out of the mines during the sums
11 A I) iu i, March 1. Jingo papers
publish exhaustive dispatches from
New York and Washington to the
effect that relations between the United
Slates and Spain are hourly becoming
more strained and attributing to Presi
dent McKlnley series of anti-Spanish
declarations. Admiral liermijo, min
ister of marine, is actively seeking the
best means of procuring additional
Washington, March 1. The senate
today passed the flacón resolution for
the erect ion of some suitable place in
the Capitol for the bronze memorial
tablet, commemorative of officers and
sailors who lost their lives In the
"Maine" disaster. Perkins, of Cali
fornia, made an eloqamit spetu-h in
eulogy of the American Navy.
Washington, March I. The war
department Ins decided to abandon its
expedition for the relief of miners in
the Klondike country because of the
conclusion that has been reached that
no necessity has been reached for it.
Secretary Alger has written Utter to
Senator Hawley, chairman of the
Senate committee on military affairs,
explaining the department's position
and asking Congréss to take action by
joint resolution, authorizing the depart
ment to dispose of supplies purchased
for the expedition. Including the rein
deer Just received from Norway, and to
abandon the project entirely.
Washington, March 1. Secretaiy
Long has directed Naval Constructor
Helm to report to the naval Court of
Inquiry at Key West. It is expected
that they will go to Havana when the
court returns there. 1 heir familiarity
with the structure of the "Maine," on
which both men worked when she was
built at the New York navy yard, will
be of great assistance, not only In sug
gesting easy methods of work for the
divers but also iu Identifying portions
of the wreck.
Madrid, March 1 Premier Sa
gasta is quoted an interview as saying
that he expected satsfactory news
from Cuba before April. In the same
Interview Sagasta said: "Iu view of
the Increase iu the price of grain the
Spanish government has decided to re
duce the import duty."
A Pleca of farebmant,
Wh nawrittea on, it Dot nwrt colorirá than
tha cadaverous cointananre at thoaa anfor
tunat wmh wham we sr arcuatotrjed to cal
"confirmad Invalid." What a rolenomerl Im
plying, too, despair, a giving Bp for loall A
long tha vivifying power of Hosteller's Stom
ach. Bitter caa be fait, ana that la ponióla so
long aa (bar la ao aheolnla collapaa of tha fa
lana, frena vitality can ba Infnaad lato wasted
foabla framaa; color and Seas. ea ha hrough
back to waatad, pallid cheeka with III la grand
ahaat anchor of Iba dal.llltatod and tha sickly. It
la a tools of lb graaleal potency and atmoat
parity, aod a remedy for and preventiva of flya
pepala, blllloua, malarious, rheumatic, nervoue
aod kidney complaint. Appetite and sleep ara
rently aided by It; U counteract tha effect of
nndu fatlgua, or eiclwmenl, and Bullirle lh
often perilous consequence of aipoeure la la
clumeul alijar or damp clothing.
The people of Santa Fe should not
for an hour relax their ottorts to secure
dally mail end stage service between
&auU Fe aad lUand.