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Z&tereettaff Letter from a
Young Xdletf College.
The not between the sexes for edu
cation ia to-day very clot.
Ambitious girls work Inmsnnnni
ver their studies, said Afllitt,
.brought to a Bait,
aacrraced tbe phy
sical to the mental.
Then Wis thoss
ailments that most be
i removed at once, or
. they will produce eon
I atant as fferiag. Head-
'ache, dizziness, faint-
Desa, alight vertigo.
pains in the back and
loss of sleep and
bines, with lack
' these are poeitlre
Jens that wo-
I Baen" arch enemy is et hand.
The following letter was
1 received br Mrs. Plnkham in
Way, one month after the young lady
had first written, giving symptoms,
and asking advice. She was ill and in
great distress of mind, feeling she
would not hold oat till graduation, and
the do tor had advised her to go heme.
Ton dear Woman:
I should have written to you before,
but yen said wait a month. Wssre
taught that the days of miracles are
past, Pray what is my case ? I have
taken the Vegetable Compound faithi
fully, and obeyed you implicitly and,
am free from all my ills. 1 was a very,
very sick girl. Am keeping well up in
my clsss, and hope to do yon and myself
credit at graduation. My gratitude
cannot find expression in
P. a Some
of the other Ji
girls are now
using the Com
pound. It ben
efits them all.
Lydia E. Pink
Compound is t ho only
safe, sure and effectual remedy in such
cases, as it removes the cause, purifies
and invigorates the system, and gives
energy and vitality.
THE PRINCIPAL TEST
Of a laundry's efficiency seems to
be the way It "does up" a white
shirt, though there are lots of ar
tides which require more skill snJ
earn. We invite you to compare a
shirt or any other article laundrlcd
here with those done elsewhere sad
place your patronage accordingly.
We do not fear the tk
1734 Third Ave. Phone 1314.
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All Work Qnaranteoa
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Hiding. Flooring. Walaeooetlng
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SCRIP IS NO GOOD,
So Far as Chicago Lake Front
Land Is Concerned.
LAXOSEAUT DECISION REVEBSED,
Aad Holders of MUllene la Chicago Baal
Batata llnallie Easy Oaea If era Potato
f Hitau'i Opinion Flrat Vote ea the
Tariff Bill Gives TleSary tba Beasts
flaaaea Consaalttoo Loo Baa Pleaty of
BTeney for taiilmi la Cuba.
Washington, May 27. Chicago's fa
mous lake front land case, involving
property worth over 115,000.000, was yes
terday decided by Land Commissioner
Herman In favor cf the present holders
of the land. Plaintiffs who sought (and
through the United States supreme court
doubtless will continue to seek) to ob
tain possession of the land, are Harvey
M. La Follette and Mathlae Benner.
They endeavored to locate the so-called
McKee scrip on the land. The commis
sioners Oeclsion allows the patent ren
dered te Robert A. Kinzie in 1821 to
Plat Included th. Shore Llae.
The decision covers twentv-two nana
of type-written matter, and is full of
references and authorities. After recit
ing at length a history of the case, he
"Careful examination of all the evi
dence before me falls to convince me cf
the correctness of the scrip applicants'
contention. The plat of survey of the
tend wss made from the field notes made
pursuant to law, and these notes make
reference to the east line of the fraction
al section, and the meander on the lake.
The survey ordered has no authority
by law to establish any other line than
the ahore or water line. This meander
.must therefore have represented the
boundary the east boundary of the
Omitted Koat of the Land.
"There could have been no Intervening
rtrlp or tract of land between this boun
dary and the water line, since the sur
vey could extend no further. That the
meander line and the boundary line are
Identical is made doubly clear by the
plats of survey, which make the con
tour of the lake correspond with the lan
guage of the Held notea. The meander
line shows the water line of the lake.
Nor has any motive been suggeated
why this should not have been shown.
There la no apparent reason why the
United States should have omitted from
the survey twenty acres or any of the
land reaching to the water line. Had
It done so it would have disregarded
end violated the law.
Land Fanned Later by Accretion.
"It thus appears to be well established
that the bank and the water are correla
tive, and that one cannot be owned with
out touching the other; that the bank Is
the principal object, so that when the
law onoe fixes the proprietorship of that,
the soli of the river follows. As to any
land which may have formed after the
entry and to the date of Kinile'a patent.
It must be held that such Inured to the
owner of the main land, since the title
by patent related back and took effect
from his entry. Having found that said
tends are not public lands of the United
States, It Is unnecessary to determine
further as to the titles of the parties."
Unwmni'i Decision Not Final.
Herman, referring to the snippers
contention that Lamoreaux's decision
was final, said: "The present honorable
secretary In directing a rehearing re
scinded all previous rulings which might
be construed as approving the survey of
acy other so far as it determined the
question whether the land was vacant
public lands of the United States. Tohave
determined so Important a question by
a survey pending the order for a hear
ing to determine the very question
would have been highly Improper, not to
say so Irregular as to render the approval
TOBACCO MANCFACTUBER8 "KICK."
Resolve Against the Proposed Increase la
the Revenne Tax.
Washington, May 27. Representatives
of practically all the tobacco manufac
turers In the United States with the ex
ception of the cigar manufacturers,
met here yesterday to protest against
the proposed advance of 2 cents a pound
in the tax on tobacco contemplated in
the senate amendments to the tariff bill.
There were present and represented
about 150 manufacturers. The total to
bacco output, exclusive of cigars, of the
United States Is about 300.000.000 pounds
annually, and of this amount over 260,
000.000 pounds was represented. Gen
eral E. McAlpIn, of New York, was
chairman and T. E. Allen secretary.
Among those present were representa
tives of every Important tobacco pro
ducing or manufacturing point In the
country. Resolutions were unanimously
adopted which briefly cite the Injury
ii.fltcted upon the trade by the frequent
changes of the tax and protest against
the adoption of the senate amendment.
The meeting adjourned to present the
resolutions at the Capitol. Allen, In
speaking of the proposed tax Increase
said: "It la not so much the amount of
the tax we object to. aa the expense In
volved In a change at all. An Increase
of 2 cents a pound means smaller pack
ages. That is the only way the manu
facturers could pay It, and a change In
the Sise Cf Dacka.rea mpini an nntt.
bluet about $1,000,000 In changing stamps.
uicth niuuius ana wrappers, we have
had three changes of tax In the past
twenty years cents, 16 cents and (
cents which it is now.
"When this change was made In 1893
congress waa going to reduce It to d
sen la, but we told them rather to
make It cents and then let it alone.
What we ask Is stability. The fluctua
tions are what ruin our business." The
tcbacco interests conferred at the Capi
tol with senators and representatives
from tobacco-producing states, and ar
ranged to have a hearing before tbe
Republican members of the finance com
mittee last evening. The Republican
aenatora and representatlvea from the
states most Interested accompanied them
and urged the committee to reduce the
The snate committee which has
charge of the tariff bill gave a hearing
to the delegation of tobaccomanufactur
ers at the Arlington last night. The to
bacco men were represented by a com
mittee of six. Their spokesman was
Wesslnger, who presented the case,
but. at the suggestion of the milm
1 briefly. The contention was that an In
crease of the internal revenue tax would
lessen the consumption of manufactured
that the manufacturers had adjusted
ueir business to the (-cent tax and
would be put to a heavy expense to
change the sise of plugs and packages.
a change which would greatly disturb
tradn if it should be done.
The only alternative besides reducing
thesizes of plugs and packages would
be to use materials of an Inferior quality
that they might sell the same quantities
of tobacco at the present prices. An
argument upon which much stress was
iaia was mat the effect of Increased
taxes cn tobacco wcu:d be to concentrate
the business in the hands of a few vreat
firms. While the senators asked several
questions they gave no Indication wheth-1
er the arguments of the tobacco men
would result in any change in the bill.
They were particularly desirous to know
upon whom the burden of the increased
taxation would fall. Wesslnger replied
that It would be first felt by the manu
facturers, but that in the end it would
be shifted to the growers of leaf to
bacco. BATXMETCB COXTESTPT CASK.
His Counsel Asks Bis Dlaehargo oa Six
Grounds aad Argnee Therefor.
Washington. May 27. The govern
ment rested Its case against Henry O.
Havemeyer, the president of the Amer
ican Sugar Refining company, shortly
after the noon recess yesterday. There
upon Mr. Johnson, of Philadelphia, the
leading counsel for the defense, moved
that the Judge Instruct the Jury to find
the defendant not guilty on six grounds
first, that the question as to the local
and state contributions of the augur
company was beyond the jurisdiction of
the senate committee and Impertinent;
second, that It was not part of Have
meyer"s duty to examine records for
the purpose of answering questiona he
could not answer from memory; third,
that when data from books or records
are demanded such books or records
are the best evidence; fourth, that the
question put to the witness was too
broad, covering trrevelant matters; fifth,
that If the witness were to be held re
cusant it was the duty of the commit-
iv aiu i nu uuti iue qunuoD was a I iiiiiiuucu iu v,uuaiiinunupie to give tne
committee, not an individual qaestloBu jpllitary commission the benefit of his
and alvth that thln,IMm. AiJ ..TlUJfrt vlr
disclose cause of action
.aauav,M.fc UiU UUl I
Johnson made an argument of an
hour and a half In support of his mo
tion, and when he concluded District
Attorney Davis asked for an adjourn
ment, which was granted. Davis will
reply to the motion today. The concluding-
testimony of the government
offered at the morning session was not
Important save for the purpose of mak
ing up the record as to what occurred
In the senate investigating committee.
TEST TOTE OX THE TARIFF.
Results la Indorsing the Finance Commit
tee by a Big Majority.
Washington, May 27. The first vote on
the tariff bill was taken lnthesenate yes
terday. Itcame af tera two hours' debate
on the item of boraclc acid, which, al
though comparatively unimportant, af
forded an opportunity for the flrat
alignment of the various elements. Vest
moved to make the rate on boraclc acid
S cents instead of S cents per pound, as
provided by the committee. This pre
sented a direct Issue between the com
mittee and the opponents of the bill.
The amendment wag defeated yeas, 20;
nays, 34. The vote was largely on party
lines. The affirmative was made up of
nineteen Democrats and one Populist,
Heitfeld. The negative was made up of
twenty-nine Republicans, two Demo
crats( McEnery of Louisiana and Jones
of Nevada), and one Populist( Stewart
The debate was participated in by
Vest, Jones of Arkansas, Aldrich. Per
kins, White Caltrey, Gray and Stewart.
White, a Democratic member of the
finance committee, opposed Vest's
amendment, urging that the California
Industry required the rate allowed by
the committee. Seven paragraphs of
the bill were considered during the day,
the committee being sustained in each
Instance. The resolution was agreed t
authorizing the secretary of the navy to
employ any suitable ship In forwarding
relief supplies to Jndla.
M net Have Been Bard oa Morgaa.
Washington, May 27. The approach
of the Victorian Jubilee served as the
theme for an eloquent invocation by the
blind chaplain of the senate. Rev. Dr.
Mtlburn. "The long and Illustrious
reign of the gracious lady, Victoria, wife,
mother, as well as sovereign," he said,
"has shrined her In the hearts and rev
erence of true-hearted men and women
around the world. May her last days be
her best and happiest. Guide the coun
cils of that realm and of our own be
loved country, that, hand-in-hand, they
may tread the path of conservative
progress to the goal of Christian civili
sation." Flaunted a Flag at Palmer.
Washington, May 27. The avenging
ax of the executioner haa fallen upon
the neck of G. It. Rennolds, postmaster
at Higbee, Mo., who insultingly flaunted
a flag in the face of General John M.
Palmer, of Illinois, when he was stump
ing that state last fall in company with
General Buckner, his associate on tle
hard-money ticket. There was quite a
mob present on that occasion, ar.d on
Investigation by the postofflce depart
ment showed that Postmaster Rennolds
was a leader of tbe mob.
. Beateaee for Tnrklah X arderera.
Washington, May 27. Minister Ter
rell at Constantinople has Informed the
state department that the two murder
ers of Tusuf, the man killed while dis
tributing American relief funds near
Bltlls, Turkey, have been sentenced to
fifteen years imprisonment at hard la
bor. Conger Bare of Coaflraaatloa.
Washington, May 27. The senate
committee oa foreign relations decided
to recommend the confirmation of the
nomination of Hon. E. H. Conger, of
Iowa, to be mlnlnster to BraxlL
Katkal la Her Hypnotises.
Mount Clemens. Mich-, May 27. Mrs.
Annie Belden Gage, of New" York.
--. a.-. waaa " .
tne rr owi, ib attracting
much attention by her wonderful vocal
powers. When in a hypnotic state she
sings in Italian and French songs writ-
ten -100 years ago. though ahe cannot
apeak the languages when In a natural
condition. She goes into a hypnotic state
" mil finj uifc fwuv miii is iura UTIU'T I
the control of Clotille, m. great vocalist. I
who died a century ago. She fesrabnal
8 years of age, and developed fhil glowi I
er tea years ago. " (
4 .n i !.-...
Facee Europe in That Matter of
Greece and Turkeys
THE8SALT A B0 IE OF OOITEITIOlT.
laea, tae Powers to the Contrary Het
wWntandlng ladtsstlssa af a Holy
Worst Havana Editor with a Chip on
His ghonldgr Case of Pr. Hals.
ondo 2T. The correspondent
I 01 Tne Standard at Constantinople says:
"The council of ministers has decided
to prolong the armistice. 1 It will refuse
even to discuss the retrocession of Thes
saly, but will leave the other points for
consideration to the powers. So far as
the note to the European arbitrator la
concerned there can be no doubt that
whether the sultan Is only bluffing or
Is the victim of popular pressure a peace
such as Europe expects cannot be ar
ranged without risk of the gravest com
plications. The gand vlxier on Saturday
presented a report to the sultan urging
that the whole of Islam was fully de
termined to retain Thessaly, adding:
Tour majesty proved victorious In Ar
menian and other matters when you
firmly refused to be dictated to by Eu
rope. Therefore you should be equally
firm on this occasion,- But if my views
are unpalatable to your majesty, I beg
of you to accept my resignation.
Dying Keenest of a Moslem Soldier.
"It now appears that the armistice
was originally for three days only, and
nothing but the enertrv of til nnsm-a
secured an extension for a fortnight. The
story is current that a wounded Turk
ish soldier at the Tlldis hospital, on be
ing invited by the sultan to proffer a dy
ing request. Implored him not to yield1
up Thessaly. The sultan grew pale, and
bis eyes filled with tears. Seyfullah Bey.
chief of the staff to the sultan and the
Von Moltke of the campaign, has been
summoned to Constantinople to give the
Creee Preparlns; for More Waa,
The Athens correspondent of The
Times says: "It Is believed that mim.1l.
cationa have arisen owing to the advo
cacy by some of the powers, including
Russia, of a Turkish occupation of Thes
saly until the Indemnity is paid and to
England's firm resistance to such a proj
ect ine ureek government Is prepar
ing for a probable renewal of the war."
A dispatch to The Timea from Tairtm
says the Impression is general amongthe
x-uraisn troops that there will be more
fightlnK. A brisade of redlfl haa Mart
for Phourha, armed with Mausers.
That Wheat Is Good aa Lost.
The Athena correspondent of The
Standard reDorta an Interview- with u
Rat II. in the course of which the premier
saia ne was very grateful to England
for her firmness, as this might result
In saving the corn crop in Thessaly.
valued at 1.000.000. If the Turkish
trooos should withdraw within m fort
night, he said, the crop might be har
vested; but if the withdrawal were de
layed for a month the whole would be
sacrificed, entailing a loss to Greeca of
quite 2,000,000, since. If therop were
lost, the Kovemment would ha niii&wi
to feed the peasants and to incur other
Italian Soetaltot "Fired" from Athena.
Athens, May 27. An excltlnar
took place at the ministry of marine
yesterday. Signor di Felice, the Italian
socialist leader, rudelv nronatatri nri in
sulted M. Ralll. the Greek nremlei- Tha
latter Immediately summoned the police
buu naa ui treuce put on board an Ital
ian ironciaa lying off the Piraeus with
a request that he be not allowed to
again set foot on Greek soil. When
Signor dl Felice was being conducted
under arrest to the Pi
on board the Italian warship Sardegna,
uumwr or tne uariDaidtans attempted
to rescue mm, and a free fight ensued,
in which a soldier and a civilian were
As soon as he was on board the iron
clad Dl Felice was liberated at th m.
n u Hat rf th. Tt.ll.. 1. . , tv.i..
I of Avaraa, on his solemn promise to quit
oreece without provoking further Inci
dents. -DO NT MONKEY WITH THE UOV
Belligerent Talk of a Havana Editor Prog-
aesa la the Ruts Case.
Havana, May 27. El Diario da la
Marina in a leading editorial save: "We
see In the American newspapers evidence
that there are certain .social classes in
the United States not sufficiently alive
to the importance of the advice: Den't
monkey with the lion's tail ' These
classes are remarkable for the eagerness
"i wnicn tney invade Jurisdiction in
affairs which, like the Cuban war, are
exclusively the affairs of ftnaln. - fho
persistence with which they recognise
tne Belligerency of the insurgents Is
crasy and ridlcnloun. The lmtortant
conservative interests of the United
States should not forget that the pa
tience of Spain may soon become ex
hausted. "The Soanlah
abundant proofs of its good will by
ignoring the many Inconveniences that
have been caused by resolutions in con
gress. Those interests ought to be
thankful to us fn- wntint Wa
have suffered. But in case the sword should
unsneatned Spain would certainly
not be the heaviest loser in the fight.
Spain has sent 200,000 men to Cuba to
settle a domestic difficulty. What would
She not do In h. -.. n a fnroi im mrmm
with the nation which for a century has
nausea our patience by ignoring Spanish
uvixir ana cnivalry?
The Ruis ntnn,lln nf Innitlrv haa
not resumed Its formal sessions, pending
tranaiatlon from Spanish Into Eng
lish of the proceedings, copies of which
uuim t jt witn the various aeciara
tlons attached. are already in
the hands or Mr. Fishback and
lie official stenographers, and are
being transcribed under Calhoun's su-
nprvfslfiti "1-1. . . , J J r
... 41K 11 JCllUn QCVeiUllCU SlVUlf
mr om session of the commission at
( Guanabacoa has disappeared, and the
. members seem to have settled down to
I business in earnest. Few if any nw
witnesses will be called. Taking the
(Written record aa the basis the opposing
.counsel, it Is understand, will make their
exceptions and raise any
they may have to note I
It is expected that the eommiasion
in its report will make clear that tbe
ncatv waa wtnlataJt anil aa oa a.
hie death in some violent manner while
Illegally held incommunicado, but H ia
doubtful if individual responsibility can
be fixed upon any one. In fact, no at
tempt will probably be made to do this,
owing to the difficulties in the way of
obtaining any new testimony on this
Pecial point. The American members
of the commission, however, seem con
fident that the finding win be sa far
Satisfactory as morally to back up
Consul General Lee s report upon the
case, and at the same time to Justify
the claims of the widow of Dr. Ruia
for damages from Spain.
, STILL FIGHTING THE FLOOD.
Tex- aad Isn. w .
Hard Against laaaaattaav
SI Paso, Tex., May 27. TheRioOmnde
continues to rise and an army of men
is strung out on Sixth street woiklng
on' the new levee that was thrown up
Monday night when the old levee broke.
Yesterday morning at 10 o'clock all the
bell in Juares. Mex., were rung to call
out the people to check a break in the
Juares levee and the Mexican troops
stationed in Juares were put to work to
save the bridges, the approaches to
which were being washed out by the
water. The bridge waa saved as was
also the Juares levee.
At noon yesterday the levee In front
of City Recorder C B. Patterson's resi-
erica hmke. The waters m-fc-aB
the house, almost drowning the recorder
ana a iriena wno was wita film. Pat
terson had Just moved his family out.
His pretty residence was washed away,
together with a dosen other houses In
the neighborhood. So ' far as can be
learned no human lives were lost In the
flood. It Is feared that the El Paso
street levee will break. If so a portion
sf the business part) of the city will be
McCoy Defeats O'Brien In the Kins:.
Hew York. Mav 27. IPnllv- ( Aon nannla
passed through the turnstiles of the
raiacu amienc ciuo last mgnt ta see
the fight between the middleweight box
ers. "Kid" McCov. who Jwrntte ra-'
turned from South Africa, and Dick
O'Brien, of Boston. McCoy was far the
better ring general. He simply wore
down his opponent, who, despite his
gameness; was outclassed, and after
they had only gone half through the
tentn rouna Hereree Charley 1ilte
stopped the fight and declared McCoy
Vandalism at Knox Calls.
Galesburg, Ills., May 27. Miscreants
vrone into n.nox college gynaslum at-1
O'clock in the mnrnlnar anil a ft ine.
lng heavily a cannon belonging to the
iocat artillery company nrea it off. Fam
ilies living within several blocks of the
college were awakened by the terrifio
explosion. Windows were blown nut
casements splintered, the walls damaged
ana me noor uttered with debris.
Minora Deetda to ntn OnS.
Mlnonk, Ills., May27 No work haa
uctu uune in ine jumona snan since
Mav 1. and the mlnera haw
stay out In support of the Spring Valley
men. xney ciaun tney cannot make a
living et the proposed price, aa there
are men nere wno did not average $1
a day under the old scale, which Is 18
per cent, higher than the one proposed.
Rrnort oa tbe I E. and 8c. L. KoaaL
Indianapolis, May 27. Receiver Jar-
vis, oi tne auouisvtue, Evansville and St
Louis railroad, filed his rennrt fnr Ann
In the United States court yesterday. It
snows casn on nana April 1, 974,445.81;
total receipts, $264,305.60; total disburse
ments, L'ii,u.3u; cash on hand April 30.
These sixteen Men An Alloa.
Provincetown, Mass., May 27. The
sixteen members of the crew of the
rrovincetown fishing schooner J. p.
Johnson, who went astray on the west
ern hnnlr 1 Vvla. i . .
-"i M.ivcu nere yes
terday. All were well, although they
sunoreu mucn irom hunger during Sat
urday. George Oreea Whips MeKeevor.
San Francisco. Mav rr n,
Green beat Charles McKeever last night
in fifteen of the hottest rounds ever
fought. It waa give and take all the
time, most of the "take" belns Me.
THE MARKETS. .
Chicago Grata and Prod ace.
Chicago, May 26.
Following were the quotations on tba
Board of Trade today: Wheat Mav.
opened and closed nominal; July, opened
TOttc dosed Wftc: September, opened
66c,cloeed 65Mc; December, opened 47 c,
closed C6f4c. Corn May, opened 2314c
closed nominal; July, opened M'c, closed
24c; September, opened and closed 17c
Pork May, opened $8.08, closed nominal;
July, opened and closed $80714. lavrd
May, opened and closed nominal; July,
opened $3.67. dosed tt.CSH.
Produce: Butter Extra creamery,
Mttc per lb; extra dairy. 12c; rresh
pacUng stock, 67c Eggs Fresh
stocks, lCc per dosen. Live Poultry
Turkeys. 708c per lb; dhickens, 7Hc;
ducks, 708c. Potatoes Burbanka, 21
26c per bu. Honey White clover, 110
ire per lb; Imperfect. 7tc Apples
Common to fancy, $'LMO3.00 per bbL
VsMfs Ura stoca. - -
Chicago. May M.
Hogs Estimated receipts for the dav.
42.000: sales ramred at 8t.80ef.TO nla-a.
$3.1508.70 for light, $3.3003.40 for roufrh
pacaing, o3.autji.io xor mixed, and
3:70 for heavy packing and shipping
ibta. Cattle Estimated reeeints for the
day. 13,500; quotations ranged at $6,150
S.45 for choice to extra shipping steers.
n.wKB&.iu gooa to cnoice do., $e.254.80
fair to Kood. 83.85O4.30 common ta me.
dium do $3.7094.20 butchers' steers.
83.6094.09 Mockera, $4.1e4.60 feeders.
$2.0094.18 cows. 82.6094.(0 heifers. $2.60
94.25 bulls, oxen and stags, $3.2094.60
Texas steers, and $3.6006.10 veal calves
cnecp ana aairano suawmatea reedptt
for the day. 14.000: Quotations ra.t
at $3.509480 westerns, $2.7094.10 Te-.-ant,
ft.WS4.80 natives, and $3.2805.66
Milwaukee, May 2C
Wheat Quiet and unsettle. x?
spring, 78-sic: No. 1 northern, 77c: July.
6c. Corn-Steady; No. t74c.
Lower; No. 2 white. 2022Vc. Bar-
ifSf lef.dy: &22Vkc; samples.
S5932C. Rye Dull; No. 1, 8&4.
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