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BOCK ISLABU ILL., FEIDAY, HAHCH 27, 1886.
FBI03 TZDIE3 GZ3T3.
FOUR 3I0RE SHIPS,
Ocean Terrors, Authorized by the
feTBOSQ APPEALS HADE FOB SIX
Mmn of California Talks of I'aela Sane
Walking A round "with a Chip Ilia
fthaaldar" HtM K.des on lb Cobaa
lleeolatloaa and Will Now Iadalce
home Mar Eloquence Hill for Capital
aad Labor Iaa.tla;atloa.
WAsmsoTOX, March 27 Ths honso
yexterdity put tn three) hours of debate on
th qtiestiun of nsrr, tbo pending mo
tion being one to authorize six new battlo
hips Inoti-iwl of four a reported In the
naral appropriation bill. Hanlcy (Kcp )
of Intliann, member of tho naval com
tnlttce, who favored larger Increase of
the navy than tho majority of tho com-
mlf t-e, artraefl In favor of an amendment.
whlrh he (rave notice he would offer, to ill
rrcatu the numliur of battleship from
fiiiirloilx. Although hli people lived a
thuumml miles from tide water thoy were
patriotic enough anil proud enough to de
sire to are their country with a nary be
fitting h'-r piMitton a the greatest country
on the itlobe. He thought It waa tlmo for
the United State to enter upon a dis
tinctly national policy. IIo referred to
the "aggnanlon of Great Britain" and
our foruign complications a an argument
fur a strung navy.
"Chip mm tba Hhoolder- roller.
Johnson (IUp.) of California favored
the Ilanliy amendment for sis battle
ships Instead of (our. lie ridiculed the
lr.vitlo lth which we had during the
past few months announced our wllllng-
rtrss to ilrclnro war on the first-class
Mwers of the world. With our navy our
prrtrmilnns wero preposterous. In tho
event of wnr with Ureal lititain wo
would bo powerless to prevent Hrltlah
".hips from coming tip the Potomao aa
they did In IHI3 ani sacking the Capitol
tif the country, (iod fought, aa Napoleon
s.ilil, on the siiln of the heaviest battailous.
A ni Joi a stronger navy. If wo wrro
to rontlnim to ponvl.j ourselves among the
tuitions or tho earth with a chip on our
slioiililt-r we must lie pn-parcd to fight If
tuu chip was knocked oil.
"t'ervaale Mong-and-Dance" Mao.
Koliinaon lt-p.)of lVnnsylvnnla argued
In support of tho Judgment of tho coin
Itiitd-u. lfr had listened, he said, to the
"fortmslr sung and dance" of the commit
teemen from Indiana and California, but
It did not appeal to him. 11a and his peo
ple, bo said, were In favor of liberal ap
propriations for a modern navy to police
mir counts, imt thi-y did not favor an
enormous navy for tho purpose of compct
Ingwl'h Knalnml or continental powers
In a illaolay ol milltnrUin.
Ilullik UP )of Ohio sold ho Indorsod
all liiuiley hud said, but he argued that In
view of the condition of tho treasury It
was unwUe to autlioriia mure than four
batthshlrM In this bill.
Camming, la for lha lacrosse.
Cnmnilngs (ik iu.) of .Now York, also a
member of thn committee, followed with
a strong and cloouent stiwch In furor of
lurger Incrjoso ot tho navy, while lioutcllo
closed tho general debate in favor of
abiding by tho Judgment of tho naval
committee. This bill would he thn larg
rit authorization for ships in tho history
of the country and would tax our enpoe
Itles to the utmost, In cou:IUMon Iloa-
telle expressed tho hope that the Hanloy
auirndmcnt to Increase tho number of
tiotthhlp from four to six would bo
Votod down, and It was.
I.AIIOR AMU CATITAI. COMMISSION.
Ilrpart Id favor of a Thorough Investlc
tHin ot aa Important aabjrct.
Wamiixgtox, March 27. Senator Per
kins, from the committee on education
and lulwr, has presented a favorable re
port on the bill authorizing tho appoint
ment of a non-partisan commission on
latxir, ogrk'ulturo and capital. Tho coin-
tuilt.'e amended thn bill so as to provide
thitt the eummlssiun shall coniUt of Hvo
tiM'tuU'rs In thn Interest of labor, to be
ilt .ltf n;tt"d one from eoeh of five lahor or-
R.inu.itl.in.: live in the Interest of orfrloul
tun', three of whom shull lie designated
by the K.irmetV Allinnn' and two by tho
N'ltlonnl l.rnnge, and of fire In the inter
est of rnpit 1, to h wlected from among
ni.ititif.K'ttirvr and those representing
Oilier Mi.lneas tirau'.t.
I'erkm. In la. r.port sars: "The prob
lem, presented In Hut various fields of
luUir and In tli- different ! p.irtnienls of
tui.ltv M h ire li-cniu.' mi l are tM-roiiiliiit
morw cuiiplii t,il tlinmah tho impress
vrhli n murk tii.a Imlu.'ri.il aue. The ro
tations of liiUinri lo rwh other on tho
one hand and to rnpltnl i n the other are
no so Varied and d.lT.r o grettly In
wUli-ly aeparaied et-rrluna ttl our country
h 11 h is lnviinw ni--iiry t eat lllli
miiihi rentntl lior imor cominiMliin which
shall b" able t view rompr.-lu -naively the
t-ntlrw field sml a-ert .In the trim rel.ition
to each ut her of tin' f.tets pn wntoL In
rot other w.tr r.in the m.iny int'-rvts tf
half a ronlinent be brought Into har
mony; In no other w.iy can that feeilngof
(TimhI will tif all classes lowanl. rach other
im arouae I ahteh la ra-ntl.il tolheh.ii
plneas, proitperity and progress ot the na
ar..tTr Rfcsoi t no Aoitr.i:n rmM.
Cabaa Moaaaor Will Now Rraosad la
tba IIoom t baab,r.
VA'iiixliTil. March a?. Aftorasesslon
wlt'i th, w-n-'ito conforeneo committee on
tlx- t n'im question vf leas than half an
hours iiur.iti.in thj con ferret agreed to
aen pt tli - aen.tto resolutions. The oon
ference v i nterrlv formal In character.
as this ro-ii-lii.inn mi practically rvached
at Wlni l.i' meeting. This action
will hre tli, rffj-t of taking tho q;K-.
lion out nf t'i,. a.-i it ? an 1 of transferring
diaruaai n on tho CuUin question to the
bnuM. The acnato resolutions begin with
declaring lha rvstrua of a state if war
In Cuh.t and a s:ate of neutrality in the
l mica -;atrs.
They clua with tba Cameron clansc.
whh-h resolves That the friendly omen
oi toe . uimu rtntos should be olIeriMl by
the president to the i-aulah government
CfltMiT Too noute conterreoj were reluct-7
sua to rcunquuiu tneir resolutions, DUXtnf
plain alternative waa presented to then:
of the senate resolutions or no lesolu
tlons. They were Informed by the senate
oonfcrreei that the only course by whict
cso lutloni could be agreed upon by hott
oases was oue whl ch would shut off tbi
senate from more dclmta They were told
that Hale had served noticu that if the
question waa brought forward ng tin in
tho senate it would Le debated to tho end
of the session, if neccssiry, by the oppo
nents or recognition to thn Insurgents.
Under tho arrangement reached the ccn-
ferroes will report tho agreement to the
senate and house, and tho oratory will be
transferred to tho noma Several mem
bers of that body aro preparing speeches
on the subject. Gi:u?ral lnier, of Mas
sachusotts, who was tho mint active op
ponent of ths resolutims on tho foreign
affairs committee, but who w.ia not able
to bo present during lha first debate, will
make a speech.
Senate and Home Summary.
V. AsniscToJf. March 7. Tho senato
spent m wt of tho day on the legislative
appropriation bill, but did not complete
It. Sherman moved to htriki out the
chango from fees to salaries for attorneys
and miir.haK A few unimportant local
bills were p.wweil. The naval appropria
tion bill was iasse:l by thu hoiiMj, with
out substantial amendment. Tho bill as
passed carries 9 11,01 l.illl an authorizes
the constt uctinn of four battle ships and
fifteen torpedo tioat, tho total cost of
which will lie In the neighborhood of f3",-
UD'.OJU. Jlcalwole introilucodaresolutiou
aiithorixing tho pr-sidtnt to appoint a
com mission of ntno (ltizvns cminont in
trade, political economy and banking to
act with thu comptroller of tho currency
to Investigato our banking and currency
system and report to cengrcu.
Cost of ths L'uion 1'aciOs Ier Mils.
AsiiioToN, March la response
too resolution tho secretary of tho inter
ior bos sent to the snato a statement
from Ibn vfllce of the railroad commis-
sloni-r, allowing the cot of construction
of the I'll Ion l'nilflc to have nvtraged i't .-
J o mile; of the Centra! branch, (JT.ailj:
Moux Cl'r and P.icifl. tll.DJJ, and of tho
Kansas l'oclllc, t.":i.7t:7. Tho land grant
to these four roads ninmin s to 1S,H11,IKXI
neres, of which U7U,IU was to the
I'nlon 1'aciUc and O.oxi.OJJ to tho Kansas
Another of Those llelaled Mnlnla.
A-HIIIMfToV. March i7. A inetlal of
honor has lieen n warned to Hrevct MnJ ir
General William J. Sjwell, United States
senator from New Jersey, hv direction of
tho president for conspieumu gallantry at
the battle of Chanoellorsville, May 5, ln'A.
Although a colonel and badly woum'.ed
this ollioer, now senator, assumcl com
mand of a brigade of troops and remained
throughout tho battlo on tho field.
nnndrr Civil Apprnprlallnn.
WA!niXGTON, March -'T Tho sundry
civil appropriation bill lias been com
pleted by the house committee on appro
priations. Tho bill carries ?U,4'Ja1S71,
which is ll.0ti,7i'J less than tho esti
mates. Anion a thu hpprotr.itions for con
tinuing postollices nro these: At Detroit,
IlUo,-.!; at Sioux City. lit., fOVm
Allen's Free Mlvrr Iteaolatlon,
Washington, March 27. Senator Allen
has introduced a resolution declaring that
congress should not adjourn without re'
storing tho free eolnngu of silver and tak
ing from tho seeretury of tho treasury the
power to issue bonus.
GOVERNOR ALTGELO INDICTED.
Grand Jury at Champaign, Ills Says lie
Violates the Flag I -aw.
CnAMPAIGS, March 27. Governor John
I . Altgeld and the entire board of trus
tees of the University of Illinois havo been
Indicted by tho Champaign county grand
Jury lor alleged neglect or refusal to com
ply with the law requiring tho American
Dag to bo displayed over tho university
buildings. Ibo ling has been displayed
from tho flag polo in front of tho military
ball, tint not from tbo scparato buildings.
rPRtNoFlELn, Ills, March Uovernor
Altgeld when bo received information
about tho Indictment by thn Champaign
county grand Jury said: "if such a thing
has been U no it only shows that thcro
are somo very small, narrow people ove
there. a a ho states attorney of
Champaign county, who probably secured
the indictment, cares nothing about tho
trustees, and pmbnbly wanted to strike
the governor, thinking that it would bo
good politics to do so.
'Tho Hag probably has been kept Cying
a oove l lie institution most ol the time.
If any one had felt aggrieved he could have
called tho attention of tho president of
the university to tho failure.
is sad to think that a grand Jury com
posed of eltlz.-ns of that county should
take such a step as this. It Is humiliat
ing and tends to bold the trustors and the
university up to ridicule. Tho
governor and trustees of the university
can stand it if the people of Champaign
Obtained at an Auction of Unre
CHICAGO HAS 05E MORE MYSTEEY.
Parehasers Opea Their Parka go and Find
That It Cantatas a Vang Dead aad Very
bitten Decomposed Corpse PoUeo Trying-
Consignment Has Arrived.
For 20 years Scott's
Emulsion has been
eeomposed Corpse Police Trying 1 1 1 1
Onn Morgan Who Wu tba Coo- preSCnDeO. DJ pnySl
sad for Whom Another Similar w- T M .
Clans. it remains lu-
CniCAGa. March W. -The badly decom- J .L ct-onrtarfl Tf
ed body of an unknown man was day tne Standard. 1C
mcSiL-: does not change, sepa
rate, or grow rancid
like other emulsions.
Justus gcd" is not
jpc and Ji.oo at all druggists.
WHIPPED BY A FEMALE MOB.
Violence Among Women of
HKRTBA5D, March 27. II. H. Willey,
ex-justice of tho peace and a prominent
citlien, waa publicly whipped by a mob of
enraged women in the streets of the city.
Ho waa accused of making an indecent
proposal to a ycung girl and ordered to
leavotown. lie wai arranging to do so
in the custody of the constabla when a
crowd of women, led by the girl's mother.
surrounded the officer and demanded bis
Kev ill vera were exhibited and threats
made to use them. The oCleer complied
and the prisoner was taken to the main
street and given a terrible beating. Citi
sens finally put a stop to the work and
the victim left town at once. Willey's
family witnessed his punishment, which
:urred in front of his residence.
Death of Oon, ML Xaltletoo.
Kansas Citt, March 7. George IL
Ncttjoton. president and general manager
of the Kansas City, Fort tkxitt and
Memphis railroad, died last nljjht ol
Impoverished blood causes tbat
tired feeling. Hood's Sarsaparilla
enrifiet. tenricbes and vitalizes the
ir eM.rrcy9l.;rvn,0f JIKBdcjlca oj Wood tnd giTCS Vi(f0r and TitalitJ.
lound yesterday in a
auction in watetn & McLaughlin's
warehouse at 504 North Water street. Tho
auction was tho regular disposal of un
redeemed property, and many curious
purchasers were on hand. The sale was
almost over when a large, rouzb box was
dragged out and offered. Bids were made
and tho box knocked down to men from
ho suburb of Austin Pnilip Grief and
Adilreased to One G. JL Morgan.
J. Wallace Wakcm, senior member of
tho warehouse firm, said he thought the
box was included in a lot of bainrosa sent
them by the Michigan Central Railroad
company a year ago. Tho police have
taken up tho matter, but there seems to
j little chance of their doing anything
ith tho cose. Tho undertaker who took
charge of i he body said that some ma
terial intended to hasten decomposition
naa Dccn thrown upon the body when it
was placed in the box and it bod done
ita work well. As for as can be judged
tho body is that of a man between 40 and
iO years of ago and of medium height.
lleea la (stock for a Year.
Insido the squaro trunk, which waa
broken open, a grewsome sisht was dis
posed. The trunk contained the badly
decomposed body of a man, without any
lew to identification. As soon as the dis
covery was made men commenced to
search for something that would indicate
where tiho box had come, from, or by
whom it had been owned. On the top
was written "G. M. Morgan, 1G0 Jefferson
Court, Chicago." Xothingelso was found
to establish tho former ownorship.
Another En for tba same Address.
At the address given on the box a Mrs.
Mt-Mullcn resides at tho present time.
She said last night that sho knew nothing
A tho box or U. M. Morgan, to whom ic
was addressed. Sho said that some day
in the early part ot the present week an
ixyrcssmun camo to the house asking fur
.Morgan, llo had a largo box in a wagon,
Hid said ho had been hunting for Morgan
ill day, but had been unable to find him.
Tho police aro looking for tho expressman
in order to got held of the second box, if
Corpse VI as Caref ally Packed.
The caro with which tho budy had been
packed practically precludes tho idea that
t was a corps? sent out from somo mod1-
1 college. When tho box was broken
pcn a cheap, medium-sized trunk of
TTccn canvass was displayed. Between
.ho box and tho trunk tho intervening
.pace was tilled with sawdust, and several
vrappiugs of whito oil cloth. When tho
lid of tho canvas was trunk raised
mother thick luyer of oil cloth was dis
posed, covering a square zinc box, and la
hia tho remains were packed.
SPAIN MAKES A DISCOVERY.
Europe Would Not Help Her ia a Conflict
with Cncle Sam.
NEW Yokk, March 27. A special to Tho
World from Madrid via Bayouuo, France,
ays: It has leaked out in diplomatic dr
ies hero that tho Spanish foreign office
has b?cn informed by its ambassadors in
.ha principal European courts that Spain
s not likely to receive more than purely
platonic sympathy even from tho French
government in a conflict with the United
They havo also discovered that both the
foreign government and the whole Kuro
pcan public wonder why pain does not
immediately give Cuba and . Porto Rico
colonial autonomy and self-government.
such as England has given Canada, in or
ler to disarm the secessionists in Cuba
and to conciliato tho American sympa.
New York, March 7. A special to Tho
World from Havana, Cuba., says: An
Dther army corps, it has been decided, is
to be sent bcro from Spain in May. It
will consist of 20.0X) infantry, 6,X
javalry and I.Oju artillery. .
COULDN'T HAVE THEIR OWN WAY.
lha Iteaaon Ballington Booth and Wife
Split the Salvation Army.
PlTTSuvrto, March S7. Mrs. Ballington
Dooth lectured last night at Scwickley to
i largo audience. After the lecture Mrs.
il.Mith broke the silence as to the cause of
rhersclf and the commander breaking away
from tho old organization. She said the
whole trouble was caused by the fact that
they had outlined the work they intended
So carry out in America.
"My husband and his father differed
radically in their ideas ot how to conduct
the Army in America, and Ballington
wroto to international headquarters at
London stating his views and announcing
that if his views were not agreed to ho
would resign his commission. Tho plan
was promptly refused and peacemakers
were sent to us. This not proving effective
in changing us we were dismissed from
W. W. Bcll'a flat at Chicago wag en
tered by burglars, who enjoyed a hearty
meal in tho dining room, nenny empty
ing the ico chest. '1 hey took fa J.
At tho Chlcaco meeting ol tne National
Woman's Christian Temperance Union
fraternal delegates were appointed to the
annual convention of tho British Wo
man's Temperance Association, to be held
In London May 30, as follows: Miss Wil-
lard; Mrs. Ik M. ttevens, of .Maine;
Mrs. Katharine Lemte Stevenson, of Mass
achusetts; Mrs. Frances E. Beauchamp,
of Kentucky; Mrs. Mary H. Hunt, ol
Massachusetts; Mrs. Hannah J. Bailey,
of Maine, and Mrs. J. K. Barney, ol
The London Chronicle snys It is rumored
that the govern ment will ask parliament
for a further allowance for tne 1'rlnce ol
Wales on behalf ot his children.
Obituary: At Rockford, Ills., Rev. Rob
ert Beatty, SO. At Bourbon, Ind., Dr. T.
T. Linn, 04. At Paxton, Ills.. Mrs. Han
nah Carlson, fi3. At Burlington, Wis.,
Captain John Cavano. At Decatur, Ills.,
Otto E. Curtis. At Milton, Wis., Rsv. E.
M. Dunn, CI. At Raton, X. II., Colonel
George Woodford, 5J. formerly of Chicago.
Governor Altgeld has designated Friday,
April 7, as Arbor Day in Illinois.
Fire destroyed Germnnla hall, a brick
block at Anson ia. Conn. 1 he janitor.
Henry Erben. fell from tho upper landing
bead foremost and was fatally injured.
The loss is estimated ct about (23, 000.
A profound impression has been caused
at Rome by Baron Blanc's confirmation
of the fact that the defensive Anglo-
Italian alaaneo exists. Its conclusion
proves great ability on ex-I'rcmier Crispi't
Honduras is said to b3 intriguing to re
instate Chief Clarence as head of the
Mosquito territory. The object is to de
prive Nicaragua of Its Caribbean littoral,
it is said, and to constituto a separate
state which shall be ull.cd to Honduras.
A terrible explosion of Are damp Iia9
taken place In a mine at Brunncrton, Now
Zealand. Five persons wore killed out
right and sixty moro are entombed with
no hope of being rescued.
Tho state department at Washinston
has received a cablegram from United
States Minister Smythe at Port au Prince,
Hayti, confiruiini; tho Paris report of tho
ucath of lresiu ;nt Hippolyte, of Hayti.
a iittio uaumitr oi frank itosc. a
farmer, near Keokuk, O.T., was burned to
ileath whila in tho field with her father.
Rose was burning cornstalks. Tho cirl
played too near the flames and her clothes
A dispatch from Colon, Colombia, says:
inero is neither Hour nor bread here.
The situation is appalling. Emigration is
impossible, becausj the distressed havo CO
vViacousln Army Stands by the Old Flag.
SliEBovoAS, March 27. A secret meet
ing of uOicers of the Salvation Army from
nil the eastern part of Wisconsin was held
hero anJ it was unanimously decided to
sianu dj iuc oiu uag.
Meeting of Hallway Brotherhoods.
Ehie, Pa., March A big meeting of
union railroad employes has begun in this
3ty. t ully 303 dcleiratRs are in the city.
among them being Philip Morrisey. grand
master of the Brotherhood of Railway
Trainmen; F. P. Sargent, grand master
3( the tsrotherhood of Locomotive cure
men; E. E. Clarke, grand master of the
Order ot Railroad Conductors; Delos S.
B.verett, or Cleveland, and ti. W. Were,
oi -cw iork. i ho four orders repre
sented met in execativo session. It is
stated that the question ot federation of
the orders for purposes of mutual protec
tion occupied the entire time of the dele
Itlytho ' oul'd k. to Congieas.
MASON Citt, Ia., March 27. The Globe-
Gazette, cf this city, authoritatively an'
nonnces the candidacy ot John R. Blythe,'
ex-state chairman of the Republican cen
tral committee, for comrruas from the
This Receipt for Five Thousand One Hundred and Eighty-six Dollars
and Thirty-five Cents ($5,186.35)
r r vjfvSo. -s.-vl
Being only one third of the amount purchased of the Chicago Title & Trust
Company, receivers for Kahn, Schoenburn & Co., one of the largest clothing
manufacturers of Chicago who failed some time ago. We bought this lot of
Suits for about 33K cents on the dollar. THIS IS A MIGHTY LUCKY
PURCHASE FOR YOU. as you can buy a FINE SPRING SUIT for less
than the CLOTH IN THE PIECE IS WORTH. K., S. & Co. have al
ways made the BEST CLOTHING MADE IN CHICAGO.
Think of It fine all Wool Suits
worth. $12 to $15 for only
Best Made, Best Trimmed,
Hundreds to select from all this season's make no old goods. We guaran
tee every garment to be First Class.
A cream of Urtar baking Dowder. Highest
of all in leavening strength Latest United I
auiut uovcrnmcnl rood Report. I
Rov At Bu rn roDr.B Co. Ktw Yobk Citt. I
Picture taken. ' With
every carriage bought
of us before May 1 we
will give six of Jar vis.
White Ait Co.' best
Cabinet Photos of your
baby. The work and
npholstering on all car
riages are the very best
ever sold for the money.
Take advantage of this
unusual offer on
Attend our Special Sale
on Bed Room Snits this
week it will do you
good. A handsome
double top large beveled
mirror, suite $12. An
gora hair mattresses f5.
Don't let any of these good
things get away. '
Cwa Y01T Hint ani Ban it Inland.
ffK1! & W Co,
Insurance and Loans.
wiuiuiiieo, ior congress iron u p . a. t i
Fonrth district. The incumbent, Thomas 5fm ' Ml,tCh,?11 bS-
I leiepuuuej avajs.
L'pdegraff, will also be a candidal
324. 326, S28 Brady t
Old age can be attained by the proper use of in
vigorating tonics. The Rock Island Brewing Co's
products are all the results of scientific labor and
the most improved apparatus, preserving in the
highest degree the health giving qualities of the
Hock Island Browing Go.
BOTTLED GOODS A SPECIALTY.
A Letter . .
J If. D. rSDEHWOOn. flpedsl Agent.
I Mtfwatliuaetu Halus! Life Iasuranea ciaapasj.
Dbb Era: I bare had a policy In roar company for Is rears ana: consider It the bast
company In tuaconntty. By leUloc m dlrtdenda redaca niy pi asHama I am now only
paj laf til. 75 a 11,000 per year, valch premlom at my present ace wnald coat shoot
pertl,X. The 114 of Chicago ban your company pablltac is ths largest sad lseat
list of pronioest men I aver taw published In connection with any life leanissxe eosa.
pan 7. Most of these bmb have national repntatlona sad aey IstiisIshiiI la tan oM stasaa
cbosetls Mntnsl that they sea lit to make Isa-ood enoegb for any one. My only racist le
thal I did aot take a larger policy hh your company wbea I hunrea. Tbe cash sad
paid sp Tslne feature of yonr policy ac4 yearly dlyatecd dlstribstloa cannot be one
highly praised. Tours Truly, ECGIHE t. BUSKS.
ROTE: Mr. Barns has a (3,000 policy. We pay dlYldeada yasrly. Toe eaa let h) -rrdaee
your prssilaai or reaisin sad draw compound Inlerest. Otarr rfmraeirt sashe
yon wait Wysrs for yonr dividend. AtK tbe aaoat who seas you shout it. toa raa
nraw yonr each Tains with divides ds after tbe first year with the Massacbasstts Mmaal
Life, aad these eat h valsss are eaatsnteed aad written ia yonr saUrr, where yoa caa
are ibrsi for yasrse at any time. Always sale aay aces It the Sfuree aa ciea ate u-
Hiwu-iHi oramBTT me iiNry twniam iH race in psia no tnaotnaea. AN asai If
hs Is vHlmcthst kind of a policy, for our nUas writs or call at oai oOka with Hasetns:
Hawtt, 1301 second arenas.
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