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THE KANSAS CITY JOtmNAL. SUNDAY A1MUL It, 1895
OUR COAST DEFENSES.
the .M.im:t.m t'Ktiiti:s or mod
vms .litis or w.vitiAiti:.
.An tiitctiaely liitereslliiE Talk by Major
Sir.Miirriy nf the I'liltnl Slntri
Arm) -tlml llunlil Happen
In face eif l.nr.
In n tceenl paper rend lpforr n select no.
clnl ntaiiiiiltiiiluti lit .Mnjni .MoSliiiruy, nt
the fust rnlted Sunn nrtlllcry, n, won
derful nn mint of the dcvi'lopmeht of otfrii
Mve and ilefinMv eelitiie. In wnrfnrp wn
Klven Th.- fumllliitlly or Slnjoi .McSlurniy
with the subjpel lend (in ltntortntict to
lu i'iscrvntlona Dial will be readily teens;.
Tli." I nn nsre of prccllon In nil me-rhanl.-o
t li iitlne mutter, said lie, mid the
path' ir not urpatcr, rnro la nppllcd to
'Ipii'tt .I. nlihir devl-cii im to those rlnetl
in life iii.i" Unit Steel rrnmlutr hihI platen
tcplm- wood In tin- hull' nt the ureal
ene.i'. Hint that cross the Atlunlli' nt tin
example I pept liy ciiR-lne of lilllurlo un
heal I 01 Istwer mid economy no the ft lim
ine f o ii inoilcrii warship In constructed
mul en used lii iirinor 01 hovel rpslstitiij;
Jitop. i tits, lil li In rump deitroe competi
pl(o for it lack or great cr Hilt knees -Unit
eeln lmiolhp or Hpplh iitlon nnd kip
armed with (tuns of hlijli power. Imllt lip
if laminae in t lie photic or ruined steel
tubes, charged with non-cot tei'lvc smoke,
lrea powdeis, which iltlve th, Ir projectile
with almost unerring nceiirncv, nt velotl
tics ei.lj i i)iilil riMl in past tin) ilhle
In connection with imtioiiotnlcrtl phciiom
pna At the clo-, of the rebellion, In lilil. thin
countt) hul. through ItK mi It till I 1 li
Fouice In ingenuity, mi ii anil resources,
far surpassed nil other nation In tin- de
.elopmeitt of the e lence nml miitorlcllc nt
xvnr ThPip I no ilouht Hint European
nations expected that the development of
the warlike spirit In the fulled States liml
ponm nf i too long ii pi liml to he likely to
fall ii I pp. Hul It did. To thoe or n ro
Ing .iii. inurpil to hardship, to Hip elc
tienis to wairnrp. to muni anil Itrpuuliii
food by tin Ir imitlcliuttlun In onnipiiliriw
or hc uranil ninilrii of th. fnlnii nml I'on
fplrn flip IiouiiiIUxi WiMt ful nlrln U 11
IIpIiI f r tin Ir rrpc-lnm Injf
Tlip wnlii.'itniil of Hip .'irreon from I lie
fronu r In HC1 hnil Blpn to Hip prophri'h'H
if Hip IihIIbii tnr.li. Imp iiipii Hint thry
nculrl i iiii. tlip .llr.ipppnruiii p or Iho
whltr an -ipnuraiip or truth, nml they
wrr Ix'hin tliiin pvpi hpfor.. In thp prpi
piipp or nrinpil whlu iiipii WIipii in 1MM,
thp t'lp or 'inlKinlloii ttiniPil to Hip West
the iiatPli-:! were lnn:i'l nom the untiles
latPl illsli.iii.lr.1 Tin v weip nM ram
iralcnprs mul inor- tnntilent Ih.in thn Call
forma emlcttinti' ha'l tippn, nml leR i'oti!,lil
prnte nf In linn mh iilliirllUK, po that nliuot
lmm'vliati Ir th-re prniur up Imllnn warn
That ranu-, I alone thp fronypr nml Intu
por v.illev nliprp whlto men hnil nettleil
or oncht for previous mlnl(.
The eoiiF, n.itlvp unillke spirit or the
American p. ople hail an outlul In thl ill
rf'tlot mi'l ii KPtietntloii has hnttleil for
thn lam or the lanils of the savafte poi
pesiori' Hul In the menntltue the wreat plant the
fhll . the iiik, the torts ami the Hklll nt
tnlneil In ronsmn tint; tluni, ns well as
the nit ir hniiillliiK them hail rnllen Into
illsii'P Hmull nrtni nlnne liml market
enoliKh III Hip 1'lllleil States to ciinietitr.lte
the Ingenuity of experts on tlnlr ileelop
lnent. ami eeii In thai line our hrst i'V
perts found a hetti r maiket for their
lir.ilns nn.l unitt'ilali In mrolirn liunls. The
Jlro.nlwell ras eheik luinle the Krui sjs
tern or kiiim "ii cessrul. i tailing. Whlt
iMiith, Hot. hklss, Aiatm, ami a host or
other Ameiliaiis, look their ulcus to Toi
pIkii JjihIs nml Imllt up Ki,at workshorei
nml routines theie
At the cIurp or 111- lelielllon the l'ulle.l
States h.nl In lis Itolninn nml OnhlKren
pystems th1 leuilltiK phue in the art or
cannon tulilillllK We luil nieeppilwl
In casting t;vent-lnih enniion, throw
lnc spherlial slim welKhlm: nlioiit
l.f"! immiils, for hoth the iii-mv ntul
thn navy The tlfteeii Ineh i;itu. UiiowIiik
spherlral soon shot of wi pouml.s. was Hie
contmoii nriiiameot or all our rorin, iuhI we
.'ontluiieil to liullil tin in ror manv e.us
ntul to iiiouui them on xrnulie roits or
Kreat stiem;th nml heiiuty. luiop.uu na
tions illil not rollnw- us on the eastlioti itiiii
lines, hut wlsel I'oni einralMl eeiy elTol t
on development or v.toiiKht linn guns, nml
111 turn, as steel lieeunie as eommun as
pond lion liml been In the last genet a t lou.
that compound or lion was nlisiltutod.
nnd Is the sole constituent of all modern
A rew years ao all cannon that were
reliable weie muzzle loaders, but nov
even mortars are lo i.led at the bieeeh,
nml the feimalure has heer rilled to
withstand the heaviest work It has t, do,
Willi the wonderrul developnieul or steels
It hns been believed th it peireet guns could
be i'at but the e:;pernieuts have proien
failures The newly exploited metal, alum
inum, has been prnpo.s d as a gun metal,
or ns an Ingredient In an nllo, but It Is
too new and radical a miterl.il to be de
pended on at pie-ont. Hteel has been cen
turies na.-tinlng its development and no
doubt In ii eouise ol time aluminum will
have attained a tled phi e In the uiN of
war, as well ,f of pea. e a stent desid
eratum because or its lu-htness ami riee
dam rrom oidlnarv ioirolon It Is being
ext. ni. u ue,l foi mlllmri equipments
The late lir. llotilklps, the eminent In
ventor. uiv experimenting Jit b?rore Ids
death on diawn tubes" of stei-l so mu h
used In the mechanic arts and whose
propetties ale well understood, as a ma
terial ror sun coustt ut tlon, bv building
up tube ' rank upon tube, until nil the
virtues h..p c Tor with v.lie wound guns
could be - ured without the endless cllf
ficulKs ,.r .hat process.
At tu-e.ent the ,n epted standard or high
pov.irM runs Is the built up steel gun,
rsinlstlng of steel jiibei rorged lo shape,
flnlsned a i I temnered. mid ihen shrunk
on ti im er or lining tube which bars
tho rlt'mr uul to which the breech block
Is -ana lu '
A'l 'jie itf-i.l Intterles of the army, and
man -f the National Cuard. ar now
equlitpr.l with such guns of .1 i Inches or
3 . (n n .iilliber. With ih.-ir hhrapnel
sheila onpn-od or -.onie AW fiavments
when txp'udeil, artllleiy i"in derend Itseir
figa'nsr ii rr int ntt.nk. betause nothing
.in IUp m liont or It. This Is the class
ot -an-ion which Is drawn by horses anil
fu h .1 nui vlih sin h niirortuue at fhl
cnf o 1 1 i htunint'r when derei tlve fuse
catfe 1 tin a, ddental eplolos, with con
nn raid,' lo-s of life and property a d, -1
ei t ton hi tiecn remedied now, and the
gun i 1 i eipjiimeut of the Held artillery
geern to be -ill tlist ould be hoped for
It i i. it probable tlmt thla generation
of Amerl in citizens will ever see an ene
tt wegiiig war In this country, nlih ai m-le-,
ml ting (.impaling ngalin-t ouis
Kpppi ilons the Mexluin rrontler, whicli
Is inipo -1 r, 1 . , or on the northern border,
whi' h m piobably as p?not we are not
expo'ed i , Mich in ision, luit our coast
lln s tin:; and Is peuotr ited bj Innunicr
nbli 1j ind Inleti. inviting and fa. li
lt inn, iiia k fioii the e-i We have
tliui'-i! '- if mll'' of nil h washed by
th. o i n ind the Uiiir or .lelio. livery
liaj I - ' i ininu-tiM-, nml tin great elt
r arc o.i rivers or esuuiles pi-netr itlnir
il'fpb I- 10 the land aril nffi-rlnr to an in
vader t ir harbor, ample supplies and
mu h boot to iiouclfnl Heels boldly han
dled. We arc T customed, to view with com
jil'icei v tla views of other nations on
question that interest u. but we reason
from cxperieni i and isolation or the ob
solete piit Uuring the reolnilonar war
the Ittnitailiins or the rapacity or ship-,
their illminutlMi guns, pooi uit.ply set vice,
etc , made the sue, -ess or I'ligland iuis)s
rlbl' Thct no luneer applies to this coun
tr or oiilltient now, lor Meets jp ii.uis
port armb across the Atlantic now as
reaillh lis they wue iriuvported to s-p'iiu
from lliuland in Nctiolconic wars, anil the
pnval development Is smh that landings
can bi orri.ted at oullvlUK points mul
bays not rortllled up to tin powet or the
assailant' khlps, with lit t It- dinb nlty. In
tho great stores of portable wealth, pllisl
up In our marts, In value beond the
dream- or Allailtn, there Is un ever-present
In luc in -nt Sura sudden il.ibli by some
foreign tlei-i, us a prelude lo u ileelarn.
tlon ot war
Away frsin the shore, away from the
rover of thn powerful suns owned by all
navies, the miss or men united by
patrptlkin ami the inhesion of ivlllzatton.
with mlllury tradlllotis as well as Mime
skill all that any foicirn force i-uulj at.
tempt wiiu Id be futile.
While the iidvailt.ue would In n great
degree o with tin liet oi.'anl.i-il armies.
are not i-iiinese, to in op arum mid tun.
Uur people huw a hetilus for leadetahlp,
and that Involved illto Inline in the mass.
We are the most obidh-nt mul i.Ui-li. lined
people In the world, ivlnn jirop rly led. tor
every nun U imbued with a sense of duty
and he exiritfce his Ingenuity lo aid the
Wiltrs to amonipllsh their icults. It has
been ih moiutrated In war and In many
lvw atiops In. -linllng imlities In i.t-.n e.
The Ingenuity and highem skill or man
has been -itreichcil to the 'itnust to de
vise the strongest and most complete ile.
fenkct of liarboii of important cities, for
they control the romtner'lal lives ot na
tion. Uvery harbor, ami, Indeed, every Im
port Jill 4ppr--.li h lo (ietmanv. by land, is
now protected by the must elaboraic and
extensive works,supp mi tiling tl.oe whlih
ars tin- ngsregat. iisult- of centuries of
effort and mperlen. . in the art of fortllka.
Hon and htitorlcal vvarfar oti ihoso sltii
Itevolvlng turrets, no! entirely unlike thoe
used on war vrsaeli, ami uhlih In the little
ftonnor ltniuaieu 10 an me worm uie com
ing of the ages nf Iron and WI, are on
very salient point, and , very harbor Is
rlii'tr,' with a turned system whbh no
(Pip oar- ross vvniu- uiev ire nctivi.
Cunt . the most enormous in power, weight
of projei tile and nf most elaborate mount.
Ifli', crojj-Uru with othttj of vimiUr char-
fl ter until the h.innel" tnajr b MIJ to
In hertnetbaiii lot. , ns i i ai' rnemj
All this undi r.loih h of ta n -,or the
warlord, who b llwln ni i 1 Ii. Ilevi s
still moi. in hitnef l.tml r ' l'trinc. ,
lluvin H. I.n HrlRllim II ilv ai' I Au-.
trin are Hie nme, and rtpnln I .l-tumil nml
llnl are folli-winc the atn I . I In pro
portion to their poverty and Inablllt lo
During the thirty enr of pantlyl r
Ine deteliipment or our mitlonal defenp, It
had grown pxieedlntly Mist Our little
arm) has ben- neglected, the arllllery nnn
ep,ilnliy iifrprln frntn that ' hoip de
fern d thai tnitl-fth the heart sb k," hopes
thai new tnatrrl.il, new development of
their art and Ihe promotion" that liter had
long ago earned might tome lo them.
lint imiehimr his b-en clone In male
rials nt least iliirlli-r the loni; Period or In
action .Mm have wotkeo nut their Wens
at thPir own eipitm, or have liml Ibetu
explolteil In rnrefen lana l.lttle by llllle
the errors iinule nt such great cot bv
olhit poitntties, who were under stress of
threatened war or Inrerlorlty or eiulitnent.
ir War overtook thuu, while we were mak
ing the efiunllv rliin-ferous mlslake in doing
nothing, fniicvlng, as some nf our sen
ators have said, that no oilier country
dares attack u. hnvp been eliminated, and
vvtt Ii iv-p been m.ibleil to regain a knoivl
e.lge of the highest art 111 Kim tnnkllig, u
that our ptesnt arniatm nt eonlalns lypes
or the iinrt ami most powerful guns In (he
worm it ii tiniv tnntnlv a matter or np
propiiiitloii, o Unit this may approxi
mate In number the ipmllly or the Indi
The results wllh len.lneli guns have
eoualeil the work or nine- twelve-Inch guns
of other coiiiitrli". and the .nine is true In
n degree or all other calibers of our land
gnus made at the Watervllet ar-inal. nn.l
H; lull" less degree, also, or the naval guns.
i Hi laud a gun or a given bore ntul weight
or shot may have nnv length or weight
ni'cep.arv- to give It the ballistic power re
quired or It, It is matilfct that on a ship
tne lengtti and weight have lu be limited
to the caput ty of the Vessel to parry the
engine", hollers, armor, coal, munitions or
war, as well us her cannon
In our limy the thnieen Inch gun Is Ihe
laigesl. Hi rail ihe largest Imllt ror either
service, so far. ll weighs nbnut lio.uol
pound", thlovvs n shot weighing 1.1U0
pounds, with a velocity of 2.1W foot sec
onds (ihnl Is lo say ot the rato of S.K'i feet
In one second, as It leaves the mtizle ot
the gum, which would send It through
tvventv-seven Hit lies of steel. The forie
or this ilisihntge Is si,i) root ton, nml
n a llisl-rlass liattltshlp weigh, about n,
out) tons, the rone ot discharge or this
cannon would be great enough to lift such
a bittlcshlp llnee reel In the air.
The iinvj twelve Inch rllle.l cnhtion
weighs much less. unl) nbout llMi
Pounds and throws a projectile weighing
S.Vi pounds.at a velocity or 2,li"J root seconds
whlih would send ll through twenty-four
Im lies or or. limit. v armor, and even arter
tiaverslng- the air ror a tulle and a hair. It
"till has sutlli lent energy to penetrate
nineteen inches or such steel.
The ten tin lj nnv.v gun weighs but little
over e,u.i pounds and Us .". pound pro
jectile will pass through neatl) nineteen
Inches of armor at the muzzle ami hns still
rort-e enough at a mile ami a half to pen
ettato fourteen Inches.
Itoughly speaking a ship has nrinor.
belting, coal bunkers, or other means of
resltiinrc. about ctpial lo the power of
penetration or her own guns, on the prin
ciple that each class or ships is built to
meet and suipass some iippioxluiale clas
or type or ships, poto-sspil by a poshc
uiitngonls. On land tl.eie are no limita
tions as to weight ot materials or guns or
ariuot, or othet means or offense or de
rense, save economy. .Vlore economical
materials can be used on land and It must
be manifest that largi I forts, more heav
llv nimured and mote powerfully armed
i an be built and cued for more econotn
Itall.v than In lloatlug fortiees.
The war department has adopted tvpe
or guns of great length, as much a. Tort
calibers cr ulametcrs. and or unlfoim cal
ibers and projectile as t. as possible
These we are to place In empl.'u.emeiits or
works, usiiall of concrete niilllelentlv thick
to tuin any projectile that inu.v be hurled
nt them by any euenij likely to arbe
ag.ilr.st us Thee eniilacements nte like
diep cellats. suiiouudeil bj walls of i on
, r.t. a ii, r,a f..,.t ti.t. L n.,.t r,..i... . ...
1 (ectc-el bv hundit'ds of reel or sand or eaith
urroundtng them In iimlergtountl linni
li, rs in this protected depth ale the mats
arlncs ami sarct iiI.ilcs ror the men
The runs ure to lie mounted on disap.
penrlng carriages which enable the gun
ners to load the pieces away rrom olneivu
tlou and alo to hide the firmament or the
defences until they Use to give die to an
apptoaclilng ship, whin they as ipiltkly
disappear bj the force of their own lecoll
Into ihe concrete pits, only to cnu rge
H,'ain vvhtn read) ror another discharge.
Of tlli-M gun C.irilai'es tll.lt are lo enti.
ci.il their guns, we have two tvpc? In ex
istence and a third contemplated.
l'or suns up to ten Inches caliber, a ma
chine which holds the gun ulort on it's
aims, has suillceil, but ror the twelve and
thirteen inch guns the weight nnd roue
or i coll have o rar seemed to be too
groat to admit of such r.anililng. by db-
appearlng carriages, and resort ha" hi en
to a gun lirt, or sort or elevator not great
ly unlike those In ue In waiehouses, savo
thev weigh manv hundteds or tons and
i ombine us much machlnei.v as an olu.
r.ishlontil hp of war. and the) are com
plete roris in themselves.
I'or ihe sixtei n inch guns It Is suppose J
that tut ii l.s like the Monitor's are the onlv
are inounth. as they must be placed low
down near the vvntri nt the tnnst expose 1
points, and the) must, because of the
enormous weight, be handled by steam or
some other motor.
Hut no sixteen Inch guns have yei been
made In this cotintr). and no tut ret mounts
tor nn.v The .ml is so great that until
other ordinary requliements ate met, none
will be Imllt.
It Is huped that the late tmptovemetits in
ulMippeniliiK carriages, which surpass all
hitherto tried, will lead to mountlr.i;
twelve and thirteen Inih guns on thnt
speiles of carriage, as the gun Iltt has
proved so ver) costly.
A nun lift battery on Sandy Hook In Ne.
jork harboi is about us bug.- in plan ns the
Midland hotel nnd is about ilftv feet high
It mounts but two l.'-lnch guns. This gur
has hurled its projectile at u velocity of
J.jiti feel per xeioiicl (which is nnprececfent
ed for that talllieii, and bus attained dls
tnni es or many miles beyond any userul
range. As the sulking rotce is In the ratio
or the weight or the projectile multiplied
by the squill c uf the velo. try. its muzzle
H'oilt was more than tlve iiiillon- of fqot
pounds striking in a sec ond uf c ourse ro
armor could stand that square blow : but
the velocity diminishes with the distance
and the iirmor Is never, except In the tes'h
at the proving- grounds, presented s(1uat,.iy
:o the ptojectile's path titln rvvUe no ship
could resist the pteent guns The ad
vantages ot a moving target in oblique nnd
uncertain position, is wllh the ship, and lit
the longer ranges we must Use guns of
much higher power and longer range, so
thui the remaining velocity shall be sur
(1' lent to send proji. tiles into the armor
or break and rack the wall. to such nn
extent as to admit the next shot, unless
the enemv discreetly retltes
Thee Meat guns ate exlrenud) costlv
at ever) stage and phase. The gun costs
now about JlftflDn, each gun lift mount not
less than tJM.ItJO and every l.Otm pound shell
or shot I2i) or more, unci the l.o pound oj
powibr costi, ut least $',1 nioie.
The 10-ltich elm and emplacement costs
froni hair to one-third that nnioiiui and it
has greater vurletv or tiinotlotm ntul suita
ble sites and costs less for ammunition to
Owing to the eMretne paucity or fiv
cilities ror gun work in this country,
lor many years all nf our built up
guns wue made tn parts In foreign coun
tries and llnlsheil and put together her.
Now that Is all i hanged, owing to falily
liberal appioprl ttlons. It is iiImi true tlmt
the money expended In building up our
navy unci public and pilvate gun roundrles
has uli-o developetl the m inur.u lure or
steel and all other man llnl" of the me
chanic arts, nrohltcturo. (ind englm piiiik
and has made plowshares even cheaper nnd
better than they would otherwise have
been. As a conn'iptetu e we nre building
cinuon cheaper than we i ould buy Ihem,
and lu doing so have learned the ait ol
building them, which we did nut berore.
The pioducts not up to novel anient taiul
atd ror army anl navy ordnance are
turned into the aits and there is not it
steel missed building that Is not sharing
the beuellt of all till, development ot ste.l.
Theie Is not a bridge planned foi the fut
ure railioads that will uoi cairy a gte.iti r
loid in safety licicaiue of the revival il
tillii.ii) mechanics in America, and steel
is repliclnir wood every where
Still so long a lime has elapsed without
work on any nf uur ilefensi s so numerous
ore uur harbors and s0 important their
ominerse that vast nuns ate needed unci
we tan hnidlv expect this generation to
make mole than a hcglniilu;;. This has
led to ihi development In this country lu
yond any other the high angled tile or the
mortar Thn nuine comes rrom the familiar
old grinding mortar, but the present mor
tars have lost iher pqt-llkevshapc and nrn
In ract short breech loaded .'tins uslutj
high powered cannon.
The American s) stein Is to place these
welve Inch ilfled mortars In groups of six.
ii-eti urraneed In pits that are almost fifty
feet deep The mortars are in biib-groups o'f
foui, e,n h mounted on a earrlaue lookluv
not vvi) unlike a mimmoili Theodolite,
and revolving ns smoothly and a.viiutely
as the nun nolnts In tho air ai an angle
ot I." tleg The great deuth or iln,e pita
prote. is the tun and Ihe gunners from
ni tire ivhlch can be delivered rroli a
floating vessel, for ihe downwaid kick of
the mortur leading rrom a l.Ofl piunil
proj-tile thrown in high lu ihe ulr would
disable moil ahlps at nine, even If the
roe-kin? platform permitted accuracy of
On lu oifcor band, consider obit woultj
Inpfn If a thoiirntul pound solid shot
wer thrown Inn or three miiro In the air
i fa'l on the le k of n shiptryinij to pa-s
iM "sli ihe iiaruvv phnnnel nt rtitiiy
It 'k or below Himon Kverv Mi p ntloit
i i. jvv staKK- fin j under lur loa.1 Nom
dar.' add 'If k armor, nml none th it could
be Homed by th, large.! xhip In thi world.
snn Arrunmetit. engine nnd liollen, wouM
"land such a t iuh. It Is collie mplated 10
fire the sixteen 1 10 pounder In voile
so that there I, scared n hope of their
avoiding the blows or one or mole of these
tipojoptller. The addition of n high pxplos-iv-p
as the i harge of Hie Khetls would make
even smaller and rlir-uper guns nnd pro
jei tiles equally as irfectlve, In that no ship
ould live under It.
As Ihese guts cost H.SOl t llii.lnl each
nnd Inoiinted. onlv nbout one-lweittletli the
i list of the big twelve Inch high powered
guns In the Ir tti,lv gtinlllt emplace
ments. As Ihey ciin use entlron project
iles also, thai reduces the cost so much
thai shuwers of shot nml shells can be
dmppeil on the decks anil all nbout any
sort of ship nr boat the enemy Itles lo
tif course, II must be understood that all
occiiniey or lire elepends on knowing the
exact posilljtt ellstaticc and illicctloti of
thp latget ny Ihe enemy' ship. If the
target is visible rrom the gun. a "range
lor distance! Under" Is Mitliilenl. for the
gun can be pointed nt the target by the
e)e, with an elevation of sight rtilllclcnt
to rench Ihe object. Hut It often happens
lli.it the hind gun" me wreathed lu their
own smoke, or a bank or fog may Inter
vene, or the appro tch may be made under
a henilliitnl or other means of concealment,
In vvhli h i a so It Is necessary lo tle some
rorm ut "position Under" whereb) not only
distance but dltei Hon ot the cnetn) may
Shell an nppiir.itus may be placed nt nny
convenient position. polbly miles away
from the guns. Hie results being tele
graphed lo ihe cupttttti of the butter to ele
vate nnd point tor the object. Then, nt a
lelegraphlt command or even b) tele
graph ellrei tly the gun may be fired elei
trlcally bv the distant observer, or Ihe
commander ot the harbor defense It Is
uiiii"' cssaiy thai any of the artillerists
shall see or be seen by the enem).
Knowing her class, armor, drart, "peed
and position, the rate or any particular
ship Is Heated .cletlllllcall) by Itseir The
proprr guns are luadcd with suitable pto
Jictlles, vvl(h properlv adjusted fuses, and
the gun being pointed ur "lived" In the
right direction, vvl.li the correct elevation,
l flred at the exact proper moment II Is
like treating a disease ir the diagnosis Is
correct, the proper remedy Is easily ap
plied. l'or this work 111 all our harbors, we
have a system or location by "quares. ot
lie) ) nrds each (nlmiit the length or a mod
ern war vessel) which nte mapped so that
inch square Is depleted on the chait. unci
all channels are nlso drawn In. These
chnrts me drawn to n scnle ot 1(i ynnls
to one Inch, so that It l easy to loe-ale the
particular square ot copied by nny vessel,
at any moment or time and not only cm
her course tm plotted along the channel,
but her cpeetl at the ame time, so that
allow mice can be made ror that In llrlng
formerly all or our forts were great
massive batiks of sodded parapets, behind
and above which stood Ihe black guns
that frowned over the channels. It was a
part of the old time methods to "how
.vour metal," and to exaggriate It If pos
sible. On projecting point" near rhnmudt,
where u large iimount of file from many
guns was desirable, gieat giantte walls
ro-ce high In the air. covering Her upon
tier or guns, that looked out through "em
hrasuics" thnt pierced the granite walls
as the porta pierced the wooden sides or
the old fnshlnniil battleship". All was
open anil above board wllh all tlu ttticu
It'tiie of the ancient legions drawn up In
Now, on the contiarv, the gun are
hidden deep under ground, the natutat lav
of tho land is ti"t unnecessarily disturbed,
and all the tertltorv In rronl or the works
so plant, d lu ttees and bushes that the
uppio.iehlt'.g i tinny has as little opportun
II) to detect out position and facilities
toi derense as we can bring about bv con
cealment. With buo.vs and beacon" In the
channel temovetl. the salient ninrk" on the
la ml motllllcd nnd the front of the forts
and batteries made as nioiiototinii"l) mi
nt icntunled as pomlble, theie will be noth
ing lo in. uk the watllke motive, espei lally
with smokelcs powder, .1" then even the
fourth of Jul) look will be ab"ent
All this to the end that we may roi
low the pri c ept or Washington "In time
or peat e prepaie ror war" All this that
like other rr, e peoples vve shall Ticely he.u
aims and bear ihctn well. As man laid
asltle the light or personal ledress ol
wrongs, and vet maintained the c illtute nt
the tninlv athletic art" so oiu tieolde.
glorying In arbiiratioti rather than war. are
-tin pipp.ireei (or engaged tn tne piepaia
tlonl foi a s stein of ilefpnep mat will
riossiblv toevent some humntlous nation
from making a ti.th into some one or our
seapoits. ,ie, no) lag our commerce, hurt
ing our piltle anil tiring the latent spaikf
or tudUuatlo'i, therebv creating us at once1
a warlike people, with "tevenge" a" our
motto, creating an appetite for aggiession
that 111 lifetimes our plan of government
and our civilization.
Nothing i an tvvrit till", piobablv. save
that .state or pr.pnallon which will snve
us troni temporary humiliation, livery dol
lar given to ple illation lll.lv save It
hundred-t In the, end, and it ma) be the
price or pea. e.
FOSTER OiNJHE WEATHER.
Ihe Tornado saon Is tli'le mid the sut,-
J.ct Is Made a Topic for lime!)
I'ti-ter's Iotal I'ore. ii-ts.
The storm wave will teach this meridian
r.iiil the otliei changes noted will occur at
anil v. it bin Ino miles of Ivaasas c'lty within
tw-eniy-ruur hours before or attei Min-s.it
or the dales given.
Apt 11 It Ind i hanglng
Aprll lu I'ooler and clearing.
Apiii b, Moderating.
April 17 Warmei
April IS Storm wave on this nicildlan.
April VI ind .hanging.
Apt 11 ".ll Cooler and dealing.
(Copyrighted. ISM, by W. T. roster.)
St Joseph, Mo., April IS My last hul
letln rave lorecasts or the storm
wave to ero-s the continent tiom
Pith to "uth, and Ihe next will reach the
I'.n tile toast about the -ilst, i ro"s the
Western mountain country by lose of -Jd.
ihe great Ceiitial valleys rioirt .''Id lo 2ith
and the llastern stales about "allli.
ThlR dlslui banco will be or vei) consider
able rorce. ami while only a inna!! portion
or the country will receive rain rrom it,
the pilnclpnl lainrall or the month may
be expts tetl as it dosses the t onlinclit.
1 lie vv.iim xveve win cios the Western
mountain lountiy nbout 21m, great Centnil
valleys JM ami lla-itern stale- joth. The
tool vv iv e will ii oss the Western mount ein
tountlv about 'llh. greut Cellttal vulleyu
.Mth and tin KnstPin states -jMh.
The time of yeai Is at hand vvh.'i, in
toin.ido perloils, the gieatest numb. -i or
tilese clestloveis llsU.lll) oca ur. In April
Jla) and June the greatest number oc
cur in the country hounded b) the Itm k)
mountains on the west, Missoutl tiver on
the noi Hi. Mississippi liver on Hie cast
nnd the iluir of Mexico on the louth. In
this dlstrl, t ueai the Itock) mountains
Is the place of greatest secuiit).
Ptoin Juno to August tho ravorlte local
tlv or these Hlotuis Is the huge country
not til or the Ohio unci Missouil rivers. In
cluding Ohio mid weslwaid lo the Itoikies
Only ii tew tornadoes ociur In this illstrb I
near the Itoekles. The Allegheny mount
aius, also, ait atmot,t tiee irom toin.ido.-..
fiom Heiciiiber to Murih souih nml east
or Iceniiu'kv me the favot'lte lotalities
of these stoi nis.niort pirUculaily in Noith.
ern Mlsslssipid, Alabama, ffeorgia anil fTie
I'roiessor 1). uls. of fl.uv.ird c'Olle.-e, sas:
"All storms yet studied linn rrom right to
l,fi In the Noithcin heDilspheie. and from
le fi lo right lu the Southern" Lieutenant
I'inlo), of the national neither buicau.
has made tornadoes a special stud) and
says: 'The turnudo has the outward vis
ible liguie or i fuuiicl-i-hupeil t Itiiul, ie
voicing from light to left, as vou would
linn a nut onto a bolt, point downward "
I'rufessor II A. 1 lav. en, or tho vveathei
hiiieau, has also made a special study of
tuinatiocs, mm as tie is quite pioinineui
as a forecaster, his views will be of gre it
ni-iafhl lie declaies that: "We may be
certain that there Is no uniform whlil In
tornuiloes in either diiectlon. The best
evidence we have, scatlirlng or dchrn., U
sttonglv lu ravor of llm view that there Ii
no whirl, The fail of ihe existence nr a
whirl Is one r the most Important thai
i.iii be established "
With these conlUetlng vlevva among the
leading scietillsis of the counlty, theie can
be but little progress made towunl d
covcrlng Hie cause of toinudoes, mid l(
we cannot discover the cause, vve can
never correctly forecast tin times when
these ilestioyeta will probably occur,
Theie Is no .ouillci as to luu rii nnt's.
.sand slonns, typhoons and Ihe ordinary
low biromeieis or storm ceptete Ail
agree that they universally whlil frnin
right to left In the Northern hemisphere
nml from left to right In the .Southern,
liven rreifepfor Ilasen concedes iheau to
be established farts
Why. then. fchuuM these ,e an exep
tlon made us regirds tnrnatloes'.' Doea
tiatuie adopt ou kind of force anil move
ment in u hurricane and another .n tho
tornado Not niobable.
Tho principal argument .eh meed ly
Ilazen against a unlioini whirl from r f hi
in nil in our torn tiuicM u mat ir-o I'tsirilai
Hon of ilebila and th felling cf : -t .-. do
nor bear this idea. He -.!)- He u.es are
moslly Mown forwanl aint Inwar) fictn
bull allies lowatd the center of Hie -jrncio
path ami that u whirl would throw them
all one way In a circle.
Such tuaiumonts u ilitai show , won-
d rfnl.li k of nnaly! at reasonlnc fa 1 1
t It is known that the forvvlpl incvc
p.. it f the tornado l ni luxi ilxty mil s
a hoar and n whirl with this velocity
w ni I throw the tr-c- forward.
rii- indraught of Ihe rttmosphere Is nt
ast force In Ihe tornado and this for. e
would throw the trees tow.n el the center
from boih shlen ntul forward.
llaf.en'1 claim that the trees, should full
In a pIMp If there Is a whirl In the torna lo
l hot well founded tor two other very
forcible reasons. The front nf the lorni
do whirl fells the tree townrd the lift
but the front does not blow down all 'he
tues, probably not more thnh half of
thetn and the re-ir fells them In the opto
site direction, llnzen admits this and sb)p:
"It Is Impossible to see how a bundled
ret In Unmeter eottld throw down one
tree lownrd the horthenst nnd Its neigh
bnr toward the southeast on top of the
That Ii Just what nnv one ought lo be
able to see us explained iibovc. The tor
nado moves northeastward and the front
purl of lt whirl would throw trees toward
the northeast ntul Hip remnlnlni; trees
would go townid the southeast on top of
Ihe llrst imps when ihe rear of the tor
nado w hlil strikes, them.
one peculiarity of Hie tornado nlmot to
lally destroy the ilebrl evidence of its
whirl. There Is no stralghtrorwart'. move
ment nt the point or the tornado funnel,
but a ceaseless w Hireling or writhing, mov
ing In nil directions, to right, left, back
ward and then with Inrre-ased velocity for
ward. Thi movement seem lu be without
nny reguhitlty nml Is probably enured by
u ilHTeieiicu In the pressure of the sur
tounillng atmosphere as It tushes Into the
This ha caused nn enormous overesti
mate or thn diameter of the torii'ado funnel,
for the wriggling motion enue n tornado
funnel llftv yards In diameter to mow n
path n hnlf-nille wide. I doubt that any
tornado Is more than fifty )ards In diame
ter at lis mouth.
llnr-eii and nil the other tornado special
ists seem to have overlooked Hit motion
nnd It will nccount for many cne of th"
distribution of debris which llnzen has used
to Prove that there Is no whirl lu tho tor
nado l mti"t give llniien credit for being right
In contending that the force ot the turunda
lm Its base In electricity, but he seems lo
rorget that In moving through the atmos
phere electricity lakes the rorm of n spirit!
which confoini to the movements of the
tornado nnd the lightning llnsh.
We pep the latter sldevvlee nnd It ap
pears to be zigzag, but It Is really a spiral,
turning In the ime direction a the hop
vine and most other vines in the Northern
hemisphere which nre led to twine around
the pole by that Ilfc-glvliig fluid that
reeds them electricity.
The bright retar seen In the West Jnst
arter sunset I Venus, it is following nnd
rapldlv gaining on the earth nnd haa much
to do wllh our weather. The disc, or face,
of this planet change the ame as the
moon, ami wllh a small telescope ll may
now be en ns the moon appears al llrst
quarter. On September IS It will puss be
tween the earth nnd sun and will not then
be visible, ns lis dark side will be turned
toward us. us the moon Is at new. Venus
occupies the position tclatlve to the earth,
a" now, at Intervals of about nineteen
mouths. At Its nearest point It l :2.e-ici,tss
mile fiom the earth and l brightest
thlny-lx days before and after it passe
between the earth and sun, and will, thete
fore, be brightest about Augut 13 and (Jc
NEW PASSENGER SERVICE.
I'rom Kan is City Via the Darlington
"DHNVIill SPiiClAI.." lenves Kansas
fit) dully 10:50 a. m solid train; urrlvcs
Denver, t:Su a. tn
"Ilfltl.INGTON NliW MNIi VIA IHI,
LINOS." for I'uget Sound nnd l'acltic Coast
fiom Kansas (Jlty, leaves at 10:ii) a. m.
This line give patrons an opportunity to
vl"lt Hot Springs. South Dakota, Hlack
Hills and Yellowstone I'ark. and It Is the
shoit line between Knusa City nnd Helena
by ax,-, miles. Unite ?.t miles, Spokane 474
mile". Seattle 11) miles and Tucoma 143
Tills Is thp most marvelous scenic route
and pet haps the most Interesting across the
Hound ti lii tickets to all Pacific coast
point via this Hue
for full Information nddres It. C. Orr,
Iluillngloti Iinule, Kansas City, Mo.
Hoc k tslinil 1'veiirsloii to Colorado.
On April 1.1, the flrcit Hock Island 'route
will sell tickets to Denver, Colorado Springs
and Pueblo anil return at rate of $17. Tick
ets .lie good for teturn fifteen ilnvs from
tlate of sale, on same date one wav tickets
to above points will be sold at rale of sit).
On same date we will pell ticket to Almeni
and Norton. Kas., at rate of 57 one way. or
$11 for round trip, for particulars, call at
Hock Island ottlees, coiner Iilghth and
Main and 10-S'c. Cuion avenue.
(leneral Ticket and Passenger Agent.
A II MOfflil',
General Southwestern Passenger Agent.
The Missouil Pacific rallvv.iv will sell
round trip excuislon tickets at one fare
plug t". to all points In Arkansas, l,oull
ina and Texas. Tiikets on sale April 21,
1st-,, good to return twenty da.v from date
of ale l.ile t il stopover privileges ii
lovvitl. l"ouiion on Apill 15 to Pueblo,
Colorado Sprliu.- and Denver Hate tor
round trip tickets SI7. (lood for llfte-en
davs. Ten doll, lib one wa.v l'or ticket;,,
time table and descriptive pamphlets oti
the sevetal states, adiliess Hcntnii Quit k,
mix union av. nue, or 1; S. Jewett, Vc)
Main sltect, Kansas Citv, Mo
11 C TdW.NRIiXD,
(eneial l'n"enger Agent.
GOING TO CHICAGO TO-NIGHT?
The Huiliitgton fust train "Iili" leaves at
r. ad Tho onlv Hue serving meals on the
care plan between Kansas Citv and Chi
cago, in uddliion to regular meal service.
This entire tlalli Is equipped with all mod
ern Improvement. Seivice unexcelled.
Mil. All .M)TIC1.
THUSTIiK'S SA1.1J Hy reason of default
In the payment or a certain principal ptoni
Issoiy not, and the lust two maturing in
terest notes d, sc-ribed in a deed of trust
exectileil by Plank Welsh, uumaltied, to
the unders.gned trustc e. elated f ebruary
Hth. isso. ill. d lor tecord f ebruary 14th, IS),
In the olllce or the leiorder or dieds for
Jackson lountv, Stlspouri, In book H Z'i7,
page 170, the unite) MKned trustee will, pur
suant to the teiius cf said deed of trust
and at the reciuest of the legal holder or
said notes, sell at publlL vendue to the
highest bidder, ror cash, all that part ot
blot k nuuibei tvventy-ivvo (), Mcl.eo's
addition to the City or Kansas (now
known as Kitn-us City) desctlbcd as fol
lows: Hegiuning at a point on the west
line of Sldiee street twenty-four (Jt) feet
ntne (fl) Inches south or the tiuiihenst cor
ner or paid bio. k numbered tvvtnty-iwo
I ), thence fcouth nloug the weat line or
Sldiee Fireet twenty -four ti) feet nine (1)
Inches, thence west to alley in said block,
thence north along the east line of shid
alley tvvetuy-four (24) feet nine (0 liu-h--.J,
thence east paiallel to the south line of
likh street t" uie place of beginning, HI
.situated In Jackson county, Missouri, at
the west door of the United States custom
lioute at Ihe southeast corner of Ninth
and Walnut stu-ets. In Kansas City, Jack
pon county. Missouri, on the 18th day of
April, isM, between the hours of nine
o'clock in the foienoon and live o'clock In
the ufleinoon, ror the purpose t satisfy
ing the tnld Indebtedness and the cost
of executing this trust The equity of re
ilcmption of said leal estate Is now owned
and held by Hugh C Ward as raceiyer of
tho partnership estate of Thomas 11. Slas
Hn and Julia Mastln. appointed bv tin.
United Slates circuit court for the Wed.
ern division or th" Western district nf
Missouri lly an older of said court duly
entered of record on the S.'d day of March,
ISM, the said trustee has been and Is au.
thorlzed to foreclose the said deed of trust
in thu innnner juovlded hy the terms there
of. -WIIIPPl.i: LOAN tc TIU'ST CO ,
lly A. A Whipple, Its President.
TItl'STIiUd SAI.li-ny reaon of default
In the pa) tnent whin duo of principal and
Interest of a proiuloiy note made and
executed by James 11. Anderson, and de.
periheil In and i cured by a deed 0f trust
dneil August liHi, I!s0, lecorded August
17th, It'll, In book "II" No .'its, at page
614, lu the olllce of the rec order or deeds
lor Jackson county, .Missouri, at Kansax
City, 1 will, pursuant lo said deed or timt,
at the request or Hid legal holder and
oivnci ot said note, between the hours of
nine o'clock (n Ihe forenoon and flva
o'clock lu tho arternoon or Monday, the
2'Hh day or April. 143, at the court house
door In tho city of Kansas City, Jackson
county, Sllssourl, said court house door be.
Ing Ihe couth front door of the state rlr.
cult i unit house, situated on line north side
of Sllssourl avenue, between Oak and Lo.
eust streets, lu ald Kansas city, SlUsourl,
sell the follow lug described real totaie.stt.
uato In Hie county of Jackson and statu of
Sllssourl. being the real estate described
In said deed of trust: A certain tract or
tracts of land located partly in section 3ti.
township 5S N., range 33 W und partly In
pectlon 31. township W N.. ranee Zl v
Jackson county, -Missouri, bounded an foi
lows: On the north by the right of way
of the Kansas City and Independence
itaphl Transit Company; on the cast by
the Ulaf lllue river, and on tho south and
west by the center line, of (loose Neck
creek, as a lion u by plat annexed to said
deed of trutl. at public vendue to the
highest bidder, for cash, to satisfy said
note and the interest due thereon, and the
co:( of fxecutlng thU trust.
OUVtUt li. DUAN, TTUUt.
n lr put 'i I' ' ! il Hth, IW)
Nl'TH I. tlf THI -.TM S SAM- h. rp
. on Mn) l.Pi, n . l.iur.i A l'leeman
nhtl Charles v lr.cin.in, her husband,
made, ixc iited and delivered their deed
of trust, for the purpose nf securing the
payment of one bond ror the mm of rort)
iIvp hundred dollars lH.oOO.ont. With Interest
coupon attached, named In sold deed of
trust, wherein thev cohvr)ed to the un
dersigned, David it. nttleti, trutp. the
following described real pplntc. pltnnted In
the county of ,lnckon and stale or Mis
souri, to-wll: I,0t number six 16), ot block
number one d, m the reurvey or block
number one (i In 1'. s lirown ndillttoi
to the CH) or Kansn (now Kati'ns CilV),
Missouri, according to the lecorded plat
thereor, together with all th" Improve
ments thereunto belonging, nnd, wheren-.
said deetl of trust wn on Ihe 15th day of
.May, litw, at t.t5 o'clock p. to., duly re
corded in book It 4.M, nl page 07, of the
record of said Jnrkon county, Missouri,
nml, whereas, it Is provided In eahl bond
r.nd deed of trust that. If the paid Laura
A. I reemni and Chnrle. W. freeman shall
fall to pay, or cnue lo be paid, nny of the
ltileret coupoh ntlnehed to said bond nl
the" tint the same become due and pay
able, then the whole amount of said bond
shall at once become due nnd payable,
without notices nnd. whireap, tho sold
Laura A. freeman and Charles W. free
man have railed to pay, or cause lo b
paid, the Interest coupons attached to snld
bond which became due nhd pnnble on
the first day of Slav, 1SjI (except a pay.
tnent of lliurt on nccount thereof), and the
llrst day of November, ISM, wherefore the
whole amount of said bond Is now duo
and payable, under Ihe terms of paid bond
nml deed of trust; now, therefore, public
notice Is herabv given that I. the under
signed, David 11, littlcn. the trustee named,
In Mid deed of irut, tinder and by virtue
of the authority vested In me by paid deed
or trust, at the reeiuest of the legal holder
nnd owner of jald bond, will proceed to fell
the above described real estate at public
vendue, to the highest bidder, for cash, at
the potitli front door of the new county
court house In Kansas City, llsoiirl, be.
lug the bulletin-; In Kntis-i C'lty, .Inrkson
county, .Missouri, In will, h the circuit court
of snld county now held, on Saturday,
the Uh day of .May, A. D. ISM, between
the hours of o'clot k In the forenoon and
Go clock in the afternoon of said dny, for
the purpopn of inlslng the money to pay
the amount of raid bond, with Interest and
taxes paid by Hip owner and holder of
said bond, nnd the cost of executing th
trust DAVID II. l.TTIIieV, Trustee,
lerry i Small, Attorneys.
WIIliltllAS, Frank G. Sutton and Annie
li. Sutton, hi wife, b) their certain ded
of trust, dated the Dili dny of March, A. D.
IM, and tiled tor record the 7th day of
Slsrch, A. 1). liW, and recorded In book
"J" No. SI, nt page 4S. In the olllce of thn
recorder of deeds for Jackson coun
ty. In Kansas City, .Missouri, con
veyed to the undersigned trustee
all of lot nine (3), In block one (1), In James
Goodln place, an addition to Kansas C'lty,
Jackson county, Missouri, to secure the
Payment of one Principal tiromtstnrv urn.
and Interest coupons thereto attached, as
In snld deed of trust described, nnd, where
as, paid principal note became duo the
5th dny of Starch, A. D. 1WI, the time for
the payment of said principal note w is
extended two years from March Dth, 1S3I,
making aald principal note fall due under
such extension -March the 5lh, A. D. 1W',
and, whereas, tho Interest for the said
two year", the term of paid extension, was
evidenced by four Interest notes executed
by the then owner or the said real estate,
nnd, whereas, one or snld Interest notes Is
now due and unpaid, therefore. In conse
quence ot the detault of the payment of
paid interest note, raid principal note is
now declared due and payable; therefore,
at the request of the legal holder and own
er of the said principal note, I, D. (.'. How
en, by virtue ot the power given tne by
paid deed or trust, wU proceed to sell the
rjbove described real estate at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, ror cash, b
tween the hours or 9 o'clock In the fore
noon and i o'clock In the afternoon of
Tuesda). the 23d day of April, A. D. IBM
at the west rront door or the United States
custom house. In Kann City, Jack-on
county, Missouri, to satisfy the said In
debtedness nnd the con of executing thn
trti't. D. C. BOU'EX, Trustee.
Dated March SMi, A D. ISM,
WHKHEAS, Frank G. Sutton nnd Annie
n. Sutton, his wife, by their certain deed
of trust dated the 6th day or Slarch, A. D.
ice?, nnd tiled for record the 7th day of
Slarch, A. D. ISM, and recorded In book
"11" No. SSJ, nt page CIS, In the orlice or the
recorder or deeds lor Jack&on count), at
Kansas C'lty, Missouri, conveyed to the
undersigned trustee all or lot eight (S) and
west 6 le-et or lot seven (7), In block one
(1), In James Goodin place, an addition to
Kansas City, Jackson county, Sllssourl,
to secure the pa)ment of one principal
promissory note and interest coupons there
to attached, as in said deed of trust de
scribed, and, whereii". said principal note
became due starch the Eth. A. D. 1SJI, the
time for the payment of said principal
note was extended two years from Slarch
Stli, 1SD4, making said principal note tail
due under such extension Siurch the tth,
A. D. 1SS, and, whereas, the interest for
the paid two years, tho term of said ex
tension, was evidenced by four interept
notes executed by the then owner or said
teal estate, and, whereas, one or said In
tel est notes is now due and unpaid, there
rori'. In consequence of the defnult In the
dj) tnent of said interest note,ulii principal
note is now declared due and payable:
therefoie, at the request of the legal hold
er and owner of ihe said principal note
I, D. C Ilovven, by virtue of the power
given me by said deed of It list, will pro
ceed to pell the above described real estate
at public auction to the highest bidder, for
cash, between the hotits of 1 o'clock In
il.e forenoon and f. o clock afternoon of
Tuesday, the "Jd day of April. A. D ISM
at th. west rront door or the United States'
. usiom house, Jn Kans,as City, Jackson
(oiint). .Missouri, to .satisfy the said In
debtedness and the cost of executing this
'r"' J- C HOWIW, Trustee.
Dated Slarch SOth, A D. ifij.
TrU'STIiirS SALE Whereas, Ca
jw iiiri'i- lej-f. a "ie ii itiiiii iicrnii u.x. . .-
. . . "T in rile ii-i.- ivit.s.i .
nine 170), .in f.ast Uansas. An addition to the
City of Kansas, now Kansas cit), ( tr,,t
to si. me the payment or the Pion Isiory
note lu said deed described, with interest
as tntreln d-tcrlbe.l and ako the payment
as therein described of certain dues and
rtnes a, iheieln set forth; .-end. whereas
default was made In the payment of the
inleiest as therein described, .ib well us of
the dues and lines alorecald. for the period
of more '.hail fix months arter the said
.t.... i.l rl.ri.,1 1.A,.... ."- e.cio
lines, mica .,. .-.,. "vvaiiie Ulle and
pn).ilil.. by reason whereol, under the pro
visions of said deed of trust, the said nofe
has aUo become due and piyable and ll e
same, lOBcihet with said dues, lines and
. n.imlil .lite it nrl
IIICIC3L. I"'" -.... MCCfllllU: HOI
here fore, at tho request of the legal" h",,)
,f said nuie and In actordam e with tl
In Kansas City, Juekson county. .Missouri
expose to pale and fell to the highest bid
dei, for cash, the abovo described real is.
tatci at public vendue to satisfy tho debt
aforesaid and the costs of this trust
JASlliS SCAS1SION. Triislee
Mlif.TiNC. Uf STOCKIIOLDIillS-No.
.... 1 l...r. I.e. ,-,-..,, el.o, 1... . i '.. Ou
iilldlnir. at Ihe bouthutsl ,,,,-n..,. 'v
Ninth and Walnut streetb. In Kansas
CltV. SllSeOUli. Oil TuusdjV. At.rll "i ..."
at nlno o'clock u, in., for thu purfwse of
S1EET1NE OF KTOCKHOLDIiltS-No-tlco
Is lieicby Klveu that by virtue of a
warrant to me issued by e, Ebert
Justice of tho Peace have culled the n
Dual incetlns of tho City Real jistato Coin,
pany. at the olllce of the com,
iiany, lu lie Keith & Perry build.
Inn, nt the sotithtvest corner of
Ninth and Walnut streets, In Kansas
City. .Missouri, on Tuenlny,' April 23. 1SW
at nine a "clock a, n. for Ihu imruo.e of
eleclltiB directors of Nh company and the
tiniibactlou of such other business ,i6 niuv
Pioperly i onio lief ore the topkholdurs?
neetl.iB. E.R. CRUTCHEIt. Stockholder
Kansas City, Slo April 13. ISM? '
SIEETINC. Of STOCKIIOLDERS-No.
Ilea Is hereby given that by virtue of a
warrant to me Issued by W. C, Ebert
Justice of the peace, 1 have called the an.
nual raeetlnK of the Investors' Cum.
pany. at tho olllce of the com.
nany, In the Keith & 'Perry build.
In.-. ol the southwest corner of
Ninth and Walnut btreets, u, Kansas
City. Sllssourl. on Tuesday,' April 23. HD5.
at nine o'clock a. m for the purpose of
electing directors of tho company and Ihe
transaction of such other business us may
properly come before th- -tockholders'
meetloe. A. 11. MATE' ,toeltUolder
Ktuvsju cily. M0., Apr (IN,
1.. lxayi-er " -t ,T . ""jser, her hit--band,
by theii deed ot trust da ted the
iailh day of Jul), IW. mid recordeel
on the 2Tth day of Jul), lssj, lt, ".''
ortlee of the recorder of deeds in JackJon
.uiini. SHsur ; i kattw. City, (n book
li 07, at page 2VJ. did convey to the under--Unci
trustee the following describe," ?II
e.iaie, situated in the county ot Jackson
ar.l .Mine or S scour, to-wit; Lot ,mn,"
provHiqus etc cm "--. etc crust, j, as said
ruMce; will on frldav. tho ;eth day
Apill, ISM, between the hours or nlno
o'.'toek a. m. and live, o'clock p. m , ,,,"!
entitle troni uoor ui inn couniv -,...
warrant to mo Issued by t. I'bert
Justice of tho peace, I have; called tho an
nual meeting of the Vulley Loan nnd
Trust Compaiiy. at ihe oilicu ir
tho company. In the Kelih a- ii.,-....
i.ii.otinif ttiij.i.iiirB nr iti.
Iransac'tlon of such other business as inaV
litoperly come before the stockholders1
ineiitllii,'. .1 II. STEWART. Stock older
Kansas City, Mu., April 13. 1S35. "u,ULr'
Ttit'caTi-iecj ezAt.t.. tim h.otiti of de
fault In tho piyment of n certain principal
promissory note nnd the 11, two matur
ing Interest notes, described In n deed of
trut expeutcd by Urnnk Welsh, unmnr
ried, to the undersigned lrutee, dated
ftbruary nth, iki, med for record f eb
ruary 14th. 1W. In the ninco of the re
corder of deeds for Jnckon count, Stls
pouri, In book II 4on, page 1, the under
plcned truteo will, ptirpunlit to tho term
of paid ileeil nf trust, ntul at tho tequnt
of thn legnl holder of said notes, sell nt
public vendue, to the highest bidder, for
cash, all of that part of block numbered
twenty-two (22), Slctlee' nddlllon to the
city of Kniin (now known as Knnsi
City), ile'crlbed n follow! lleRlnnlng nt
I hi northeast corner of paid blork num
bered twenly-lwo (221, thence pouth along
tho west lino or SloGee street twenty-four
(511 feet nine (5) Inches, thence wet to
alley In snld block, thence north along the
cist linn of said nlley twenty-four (!4i feet
nlno I?) Inches to the poutli line of lMh
street, thence east along the pouth line of
loth street tn place of beginning,
nil situated In Jnekson county. Missouri,
et the west door nf the United State cus
tom houo, nt the southeast corner of
Ninth and Walnut street. In Kansas City,
Jackson county, Missouri, on the nth day
or Apttl, ls.it, between the hour nf nine
o'clock In the forenoon nnd live o'clock In
tho arternoon, tor the ptirpoo or p.itlty
Ing thn said indebtedness nnd the cot of
executing Hit trust. The equity of re
demption of snld real ctntp 1 now owned
and held bv Hugh C. Ward as receiver of
tho partnership esinte of Thoma II. Sine
tin nnd Julia Slastln, appointed by the
United State. circuit court for the vvest
ern division of the Westnrn district of
SIIppouH. lly an order of paid court, duly
entered of re'cnrd on the 22d day ofSlarch,
ivy., th" paid trustee ha been anil I au
thorized to foreclose thn said deed of
trust In tho manner provided by the terms
WH1PPLB LOAN AND TIU'ST CO.
ny A. A. WltlPPMi. 11. President.
TltUSTlili'S SALK Hy reason of default
In the payment of a certain principal
promissory note and the last two ma luring
Interest notes described in a deed of trust
executed by frank Welsh, unmarried, to
the undersigned trustee, dated febru.iry
Hth, 1S!X, tiled for record februnrv 14th,
15W, In the olllce of the recorder of deeds
for Jackson county, SIIsourl, In book 11
207, page 4C7, the undersigned trustee will,
pursuant to the term of paid deed of
trust, and nt the request of the legal hold
cr of said notes, pell at public vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cavh, nil of that
part of block number twenty-two (22), Stc
Gee' addition to the City of Kansas (now
known ns Knnsai City), described as fol
lows.: lltclnnlng at a point on the west
line of SlrClco ptreet, forty-nine (to) feet
Mx (i) Inches south of the northeast cor
ner of pnld block number twenty-two (22),
(hence south along the wei-t line of Slc
tlee street twenty-four (21) feet nine (0)
Inches, thence west to alley In said block,
thence north along the east line of paid
alley twenty-four (24) feet nlno (9) Inches,
thence east parallel to south line ot 16th
Ptreet to place of beginning, nil situated
In Jackson county, Sllssourl, nt the west
door of th United States custom house,
nt the southeast corner of Ninth nnd Wal
nut streets, in Kaupa City, Jackcon
county, .MIesourl, on the ISth day of April,
ISM, between the hours of nine o'clock In
tho forenoon nnd live o'clock In the after
noon, for the purpose of satisfying the
said Indebtedness and the cost of execut
ing this trust. The equity of redemption
of said real estate ij now owned and held
by Hugh C. Ward as receiver of the part
nership estate of Thomn Slaftln and Julia
Slaslln, appointed by the United State
circuit court for the Western division of
the Western district of Missouri. Hv an
order of said court duly entered of record
on the 22d day of Slarch. IsM, the said
trustee has been and Is authorized to fore
close the said deed of trust In the manner
provided by the terms thereof.
WHIPPLE LOAN AND TIU'ST CO..
I3y A. A. Whipple, Its President.
THUSTlili'S SALIi Whereas, Charles A.
Ilenrdsley. unman I'd. by his deed or tiust,
dated Juno 1st, la, acknowledged June
4th, 1SW. and recorded June 4th, 1S00, In
book H No. 426, at page 10J, of the records
of deeds, in tho olllce or recorder or deula
lu nnd for Jackson county, stale of .Mis
souri, nt Kansas City, conveyed to the un
dersigned, Jetemlah T. Vcvt us trURlee,
tho following described real estate, situate
In Jackson county nnd ptate of Sllssourl.
to-wit: An. undivided one-half Hi) of lot
numbered twenty-nine (29), in block num
bered two (2), of Arinileld's addition, nn
nddttlon to the City or Kansas (now Kan
sas City), as tho said lot Is marked and
deslgnuted upon Ihe phi I or said addition,
now on (lie and or record in the olllce of
recorder of ilceds lu and for snld Jackson
county, state of Slispourl, which said died
of tru"t was given to securo payment of
the certain piomi'sory note therein de
scribed, mid, whereas, tho said note Is
long past due, and, together with all Intel
est accrued thereon, lemulns unpaid, nnd
default has been made in tho pavment
thereor; now, therefore, public notice 1
hereby given that under and by virtue or
tho power and authority lu me vested by
the terms or mild deed of trust, and in pur
suance of the provisions thereof, and nt
tho request of the legal holder and owner
of wild note, 1, Jeremiah T Dow, the un
dersigned trustee, will proceed to sell, and
will tell, the eald above descilbed real
estate, at the west front door or the cus
tom house anil postodlco building, situ etc
at southeast corner or Ninth und Wal
nut street", in Kansas. City, in the county
or Juckson nnd Mnto of Sllssourl, to the
higlicbt bidder, for cash, ut public vendue,
on Tuesday, tho Hrd day or April, 1503, be
tween the hours of nine o'clock lu tho rorc
noon and ilve o'clock In lliei arternoon of
paid day. to pay oft and satisfy thn said
Indebtedness, and costs and expenses ol
executing this tiust.
JKItliSlIAH T. nnw. Trustee.
tinted Knnsiis Citv. Sl0 Slarch Sftlt, lvTl
(first pub.lcatlon April nth, ls'M.)
NOT1C1! Of THUSTliH'S SALK-Where-ns,
on January 7th, 1SW, Henry Hose, nnd
Dora Rote, his wile, made, executed and
delivered their deed or triiht Toi the pur
pose or securing tho payment or one bond
lor the film of Rtnjo in said deed of trii"t
described, wheieln they comeyuil to the
undersigned, David H l.ttlen, trustee, the
following elcsciibed leal estate, situated In
tho county of Jackson and atato of Slls
sourl, to-wit. The west thlrly-thrco und
one-thlrtl (.(.Pa) feet olf the east ono hun
dred (1("D feet olT the east ends of lots num
bered tlility-hlx Mil), thlity-ilve (Jj). thirty
four ('ill, thlrty-tlueo (3.1). and the houth
half of lot Nn. thlity-two (22). In block No.
six (tl). in Dundee place, an addition to the
City of Knnt-ns (now Kansas c'lty), .Mis
souri, uccoiding to tho recoidetl plut there
of, together with all the linpiovemeiits
tlieteuiito belonging; and, vvherens, on the
ltth day ot January, lev), nt :M o'clock p.
m.. said died of trust was dulv recorded In
book H Na Xis, at pago 2S, or the reeoidi
of mild Jackson county, Sllssourl; nml,
whereas, sulci deed of trust ptovldcx that
upon non-payment or the debt secured by
paid deed ot trust by tho mukeis thereof,
tho pioperty therein described muv lie sold
by the irustco for the purpose or raising
the money to pay the debt thereby seuuied
and. whcieus, said Indebtedness Is now
past tlue nnd unpaid: now. therefore, pub.
lie notice hereby given that 1, the under,
signed. Duvld H. littlcn, the trustee named
In paid deed or tiust, under und by vlrtun
of tho authority vested in nic by sulci deed
of trust, at tho request of the owner ot
said bond, will pioceed to sell the above
described real estate, nt pulillu vendue, to
the highest bidder, for cash, ut tho south
front door of the new county court house
in iviinsas cju), .Missouri, iieiug mo uuiiii
Ing 111 Kansas City, Jackson county. Slls
Iniiehtetloess. and Instllnuce tueiniitni tc.il.l
by tho owner ntul holder or said bond, with
Interest nnd costs of expciitlm; this trust,
DAVID II. liTTIEN, Trubtee
Ferry A Small, Attorneys.
W 1 1 Eltli.VS. Crls Stephan and Kellena
Stephan, his wile, by their deed of trubt,
dated January 13th, 1S9I, and recorded on
January 20th, 1W4, In the recorder's olllce
of Jackson county, state of .Missouri, ut
Independence, In book 190, at p.11,-0 COu,
veved to W. 11. Holke. as trtlst,. elm e.1.
lowlnsj real estate, situated in said county
vlr., lots nine, ten, eleven, twele, thirteen
fourteen, Ilfteen, sixteen and seventeen
ull In block eleven, In ihe town of Ruck.'
ner, to tecure thu pujment of the promts,
soiy nolo In bald deed described, nnd de.
fault has been made In the payment ot
bald note and the said trustee lias refused
to sell said real estate; nnw, thetefore by
vlttue ot Ihe power to him given by said
deed ot trust and at the rc'ipiest of the
lesal holder of said note the underslirneil
sheriff of sad county will sell said rial
estate, at publlo vendue to the highest bid.
der, for cash, at the court house door in
the city ot Independence, In said county
011 Thursday, the IStb day of Slay. Hiij
between the hours of 9 o'clock a. m. and
5 o'clock p. m. of said day, to pay jajj den.
and the cost of executing the trust.
JOHN P. O'NEILL. Sheriff.
SIEETINC! Of STOOIvHOLI.EltS-No"-tlee
Is hereby ulven thai by virtue of a
warrant to me Issued by . c, Ebert
Justice of the peace, I hava called the an
nual meeting of ih Alliance Trust Com.
pany, at the oflie'e ot the com.
nany, In tho Keith & I'erry build
In?.,, at . hy , southwest corner ot
Ninth, and Walnut streets. In Kansas
City, Sllssourl. on Tuesday. April 'it. ltM.
ut n nu o clock a. m. for tho purtwse of
electlnc directors of the company and the
transaction of such other business as may
properly come before thu stockholder'
meettne. J H. STEWART, Stockholder,
k kwiim city, ji, Ajrnu li, to.. ."
day of Slay. 1S95, between the hours of 5 1'" und liayable, wlthimt notice; und
o'clock In llm forenoon und 5 o'clock In the wliprean, the sahl City Heal Estate Coin,
nfternoon of t-uld day. for the purpose of I1,'"'' llas Lil'cil ' ' I'-il'i or caitsu to be paid,
r..D,,r. tlin nionec tn O.IC the nmcnni nt uni.i I tile illterCSl COUl'OIIS UttllC'Iie'd lO Saltl bond.
UNION DEPOT TIM& CARD
O.MIIA. M. t.tlUK
IH.MI It. ST. I'AUr.
Choir Cors Froo,
Ticker ei!ice, HI Mala
bU and 1014 Union Avev
Address , c. Olttl. A. ti. X P.. Kansal
Instruction. - All train duly tinlepi
m.irke I x," ex. , pt Sunday; ' s. ' Sundny
onl), t," except S.iturila); "y." except
Monday. "I," Saturday only, first col
umn. have, second column, arrive
HANMHaL & 91', Joii it. ic-llufllngton
Houle. . . .
Train. Leave. Arrive.
K. C. Ilrcwklleld xl Wpin xlo.toam
Atlantic express , SOOatn S 23 pm
Chicago tast train, L'll.... tS'Snpm I W am
Sr, Loul express ., slSpm 8 10 am
II. & SI. It. It., IN NliUItASKA-Uurllnif
Denver, and K. C. expresa,
Lincoln. Hillings and Pug-.
et Pound ItiMam T..tpm
K. C. ST. JOH COUNCIL ULUFI'd
Omaha A St. Paul fast
mall lO'ltlnm S..VIpm
Iowa express ,,,,, , Jaw pm 10 10 am
tiniaha etpre ........... i:irpm fi.anpm
St. Joe it Iowa mall.,.. 7:Wnm S.SSpm.
Denver expre ll;lam ;! pm
Lenvenworlh, Atchison &
St. Joseph 3.34pm 1:15pm
All trains make Leavenworth except the
10:40 a, m,
cuicaco, none island & pacific.
. , Train. l:.ii ot Missouri Itlver
Chicago mall x'j.o) am xt'M pm
Chicago limited 615 pm 10:Mnm
Trains West or Sllourl lllver.
Hutch., Wichita,, ft. W, lo-fvinm H'2." pm
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Den.. Col. ftp, & Pueblo. lA.topm 8 Warn
Wichita, I. T, a ft. W.. s.tejpm yljinm
Topeka, Hutchinson .... rvtupni ys 20 am
SllSSOUHI PACIP1C It. 1! -trains liist.
Stall and express 7:00am 7:03 pm
St. Louis dav cxpre .... Iv.noum R -5 pm
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fast mall jiassenget 9.30 pm in.50am
Lexington .v St. Louis ex. 7:i) pm 10.1)5 am
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Trains West. . ,.
Cofrewllle fc Col 10:15 am 6:Ij pm
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.Top., Fort Sc't K- Wichita., lift", nm llilo pm
Joplln & Texas Iixpress...lo:Wnm 8:30 pm
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Omaha, Lln.A N. City ex.. ii:15pm f:r,itam
Omaha & C. II. day ex-.... 7:50 am J.OOpm
K. C. .ti A. accom. ex....x5:(lpnv s:3nnm
K. C. 4i St. Joe ex 10:30 am tt.eo pm
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KANSAS CITV NOrtTHWf.STnitN It. R.
Sancca .t Heatrlcp ex.... 7:20 am 5:l5.pra
WAHASII HAILltOAD COSIPANV.
St t-oul Chicago ox.. S:uoam 7:10 pm
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CH1CAC.O & ALTON.
Chlcigo St St. Louis ex.... !i:00nm f..30pm
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KANSAS CITV, POUT SCOTT & SItlSl-
florld.i rat Mall 10:30 nm r:00 pm
ttnrrfcniu lite X, Ctlntnn..Tr10-ncl nm 5:00 pm
Deepwater nccom 5:25 pm 10;lnm
Cherokee accom r:25pm 10:lam
Suburban passenger ,.,.xS:0dpm 7:5jnm
Joplln fc New Orlcnn....10 (l Pin 7:rc am
SllSSOUHI, KANSAS & TIIXAS It't.
Texas mall 10:45 am 5: pnj
Texas express 0:05 pm .7:-j am
U.MU.V I'VCIi'lU itAlljVV.VI.
P.icltlc const limited 0:30 nm 6:00 nm
Denver .t Oal. ev 7:10 tim :MaJ
ATCHlSON.TOPnKA . SANTA FK H'Y,
Kat or Sllssourl lllver.
Chicago limited S:2n pm S.30 am
Columbian express C:30pm 1:80pm
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Fort Madison local x7:50 am x5:30pra
West of Sllssourl Hlver,
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umporta pas ,
Panhandle express ...
Ok. & Dodge City ex
, x4:20 pm xll:20 am
. i:30pm 9:40 am
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(Irnud iVtitrnl Depot. 2nd and Wynndotta.
CH1CAGO GP.EAT WESTCKN HA1LWAT
Chi.. St Paul 4.' Sllnn .... lo:00am 6:00 pm
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KANSAS CUT. OSCEOLA Jl SOUTlinHN
Clinton A: Osceola ex .... 5:00 pm 10-20 am
7CANSAS CITV. PITTSnUKC, & C.ULF.
IMttsb'g. .Top & Neosho. ..11:00 am 3:45 pm
Accommodation "J:C0am 8:30pm
Accommodation x7:00pm x5:00ara
Leave Tuesdays, Thursdays und Satur
day. Arrive Slondays, Wednesdays and
(rand Aie. Depot. 2?iidbt.
CHICAGO, SIILWAUKEE .c ST PAUL.
Chicago pass i);W am S:15 pm
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K-V.NSAS CITV & INDEPENDENCE AIR
Depots Second and Wyandotte nnd Sec
ond and Walnut.
KANSAS CITV & INDEPENDENCE RAP
ID THANS1T RAILWAY COSIPANV.
Depots Fifteenth street station. Twelfth
street station. Ninth street station.
TfieOepoi Carriage and Baggage
5KV1'.M'1I AND lirtOADWAV.
F0H A CARRIAGE OR EAGCAGE WAGON.
.... Prompt and ltcli.ililo. ...
NO I'.XTHA CIIAIUii:-, I'OIt MRIIT WORK
(first Publication Apill 11th. ISM.)
NOTICE of TRfSTEE'S SALE Where
as, on July 1st, issc, tho City Heal Estat
Company made, executed und delivered
lis deed of tnibt, for Ihe purpose of secur
lliK the payment of ono bond for the bum
of ono thousand dollars (H.ouo.tW), with In
tel est coupons attached named In said
deed of trust, wherein It conveyed to th
uiiilerslnneil, David H. Ettleii, trustee, tho
fullowltiir deSiCilbed real estate, situated In
the county of J.ickbou and slute of Slls.
sourl. to-wit: Tho east eighteen nnd one
eighth (lSib) leet ot lot No. thirty-three (il),
of Woodland Place, uu uddltlou to the City
ot Kansas (now Kunsas City), Sllssourl,
nccoi'dliiK: to the lecoidod plat thereof;
and whereas, said deed of trust was, on
July 5th. Ib'J.', at 4:13 o'clock p. m., duly
recorded In book 11 60S, at pane 292. of th
records of said Jackson county, .Missouri:
und whereas. It is provided In bald bond
und deed of trust that. If tho said C'lty Ileal
Estate Company shall loll to pay, or caui
to be nald. iittv of tile interest counans tie.
tucked to said bond ut the time tho bam
which became due and payable on the
iirbL uai. ui uuiiu.ir), i3jj; jiuy, yjji Jan
uary. ik'.M; July, 1VJ1, and Januaiy, Mi, re
spectively, whetefore tho whole amount
ot snld bund Is now due and payable, un
der the terms of said bund and deed of
trust; now, therefore, public notice Is
hereby nlven that I, tho underslirned, Da
vid 11. Etllen, the trustee named In said
deed ot trust, under and by virtue of tho
authority Cbted In ma by said deed of
trubt, at the request of the legal holder and
owner of said bond, will prqeced to ke
tho above described real estule ot publla
vendue, to the hluhebt bidder, for cash at
thu south fiont door of the new cun'uty
court house, In Kansas City, Sllssourl, be-Itit,-
the bulldlui' in Kansas city, Jackson
county, Sllbbouil. In which the circuit court
of said county Is now held, on Saturday
the 4lh day of Slay, A, D. lkUo, between
the hours of 9 o clock In the forenoon and
5 o'clock In the afternoon of said day, for
the purpose of lalslng the money to pay
the amount of said bond, with Interest.'
and thu coMs of executing this trust.
DAVID 11. ETTIEN, Trustee.
Ferry It Small, Attorneys,
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS-Notlca
to the stockholders of the Urand Avenu!
Railway Company Is hereby vlven that
meeting of such stockholders will be held
at the o'ltco of said com pa 111 ..No. 1500 Urand
uveiiue, In Kansas CTly. Sllssourl. on Sat
urday. the nrst day of June. A. D. 1W3, at
1) o'clock a. m.. for the purpose uf voiluii
Unun the following nrnMOslll.,n, ."c.wii
1. To Increase the capital stock of sal.i
omnany from ll,:w,ooo, its present amount.
2. To Increase the bonded Indebtedness
ot said company from u.'M.W). t present
amount, to $5,300,000, cvaiseni
3. for the transaction of such other busi.
ness as may be brought beforo such nieer.
as City, SIo , Slarch 9 ui
u Or 1322.
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