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New York, O-t.. 1 T.ie information
reached Wall alrert ycatorday that the
goveromAat of Usn Salvador bud impos
ed ao uport duty st 1't per cent on ship
ments of ailvcr. There are about 8, ' 0
OOOouoce of silver held on ape.ulatiro
account io New Vork. Tho trust com
panics now charge two cents per day for
1,000 ounces for storage and issue certirt"
cales lor 1,000 ounces each. The settle
ments of the differences, as the market
valu of silver fluctuates, are rrfuile
h rough the aastern national bank. Pre
vious to July l'j the storage charged was
only on cent a day and there are many
thousand ounces of Silver still held st
that rat on old contract. The total
production of silver in this country this
year will be 50,0 0,000 ounces. The drop
'.n the price of silver has been very
marked rocently. Thedeclineyoste.doy
as c m pared with Saturday's last prices
was ore and one quarter cents, making
a full of three-quarters of a cent a wjek.
The loss of vaiue on 8,090,000 ounces
held la New York for speculative purpo
ses sine Saturday's closing has been
OfiAX) or f2;",300 within le week.
Eixe5Dale, N. J , Sept. 30. Crops
are a failure owing to the drought nod
hot winds. There iawi great deal of
destitution among the seltleri. Thou
sands are leaving for ether stater, and
thousands who remain will have to be
aided in procuring the nrcees riea of
Ban FftAacisco, Cai, Oct. 2. Chief
Arthur of the brotherhood locomotive
engineers met the Southern Pacific of
ficial yesterday, when it was agreed up
on to settle the matter of the engineers'
promotion on the Atlantic system by ar
bitration. A committee was appointed
to meet at Houston, Tex., some time
during the month.
A Minister DiMppwi,
Os w aoo, N. YM Sept. SO.-TneRev.
Mr. 11 agan left this place some months
ago ostensibly to go to Jauiestown. He
hasViot.been heard from since. It now
appears that he'has a wife and another
family somewhere elue and tha'. he has
abandoned the woman with whom he
went through the torn of marriage
inUtica. Mrs. Hagan and her2yenr
olc child still occupy the parsonage on
Oaeidi at net and she is very destitu'e.
Diphtheria at Manning-.
Maknino, 1a., Oct. 1. Diphtheria has
broken out in this town, and up tn the
present time four cases have been re
ported. As yet none have proved fatal.
The council met and hare taken strin
gent measures to check the progress of
the disease. The town health officer
has ordered that no one who has been
exposed shall appear I public placer,
and affected clothing shall be thorough
ly disinfected or destroyed.
Meatea by a Hang-of Rongtis.
Morris, N. Y., O t, l.-William J.
JoaNj, who arrived here yesterday from
Mt. Clemens, Mich., to Visit his daugh
ter, was attacked and beaten by a gang
of roughs last night while standing in
front ot the 8choville bouse. He died
in few minutes. The aarault was with
out any provocation whateve, and I e
cauae of that and the victim's populari
ty it caused much indignation. Daniel
Keating, leader of the gang, surrendered
himself thia morning and the whole
Sang, flvs tn number, are now in jail
laattng admits that he killed Joelyn.
1114 to Drain.
Lima, O, Sept. 3a Yesterday after
noon Oscar Hsffner and David Hirsch
two stone haulers, engaged in a quarrel
over tba racing qualities of their horses
The controversy grew heated, and ended
byHaffor drawing pn knife and
tabbing Hlrsobs in tha neck thfJ '
tisMfl. Hlrschs bled to da ith. VJ.
Mfe Valued By Dollnm ,
, Detroit Free Press; Three week ag-i.
font Italian brigands captured a mcr
tkaat of Palermo, and he has since been
aeUfura ransom of W0.0OO. He is
arerth it, bat as he is 60 years old ha n
tmm to let bis friends bring the cub,
teyiif that the few years be might lira
weald not be worth such a boodle.
riry doss a man's Bur tan fray bt
tw Ua DMWtaebe? Baoaaaa U it
tan(y year oidsr.
A XOSSTER AIR SHIP.
Charles 0. Loeber of Boston has ire--rod
the slant of an immense air slip
hick be pro poses to construct, aud is
low raising or tryi. to raise a syndi--ile
to take hold oi u.e enterprise, says
'he Chicago Tribune. The skip is de-
-igueu a? a r.iNitirr communication
lettvwn this country aud Europe. He
.liso claims to be the discoverer of a
new fori which ha calls anthesis, and
which, ha declares, assures the suc
cess of his ship. The ship as planned
rascmbles more than anything elso a
monster barrel, laid on its side with all
iU staves running to a point at one end,
an J with immense rounded spread or
wings on the sides. It is designed to be
constructed solely of steel, with a length
of 117 feet and a breadth of baam of 27
teet. The wings, each of which is to be
75 feet long and 27 broad, are mavably
attached to the sides of the vessel and
exterd inward, where they are adjusted
to a steam driven engine of peculiar
parrcrn in such a way as to control sus.
pent.ition, ascent and descent At the
steru arc the rudder and tho improved
propeller, which is revolved by steam.
There are three decks outlined, all of
which are closed, in with large windows.
The lower one contains apartments for
the machinery, engines, boilers, fuel,
water, provisions, kitchens, freight and
quarters for the crew. The middle one
is fitted with saloons and staterooms
for tne passengers, and also has an out.
side promenade extending around ' the
ship except forward, where protuber
ances would offer great resistance to
the air pressure due to the speed of the
flight. The upper deck contains the
steering machinery, chartrooms, and
olliccrs, staterooms. The longitudinal
sides of the bottom of the ship are
rounded, so as to insure a most easy
petition and support for it on land.
The wei&ut of the ship, machinery and
equipments is estimated at 800 tons and
her net tonage atl,0U0 tons. With her
full complement of 300 passengers,
mail and freight, sho would represent
a dead weight of 1,800 tons. This great
load, 3,tX),000 pounds, Mr. Loeber has
the hardihood to say can be floated up
on the air more easily than a like weight
is carried upon the water. Anthesis,
the new force, will enable him to do
this. He declines to make known the
nature of this fores, like Keely, of mo
tor fame, but says it is dependent upon
An Occun Cyclone.
The R'eamship Orinoco, which got
mixed up with a cyclone in the last two
days of August, has arrived from Ber
muda, says a New York dispatch to
the Chicago Herald. The cyclone met
her about 500 miles from liermudal
abont 10 o'clock on the night of
August 30. ' The engines were slowed
down when the preliminary blast struck
her and stopped altogether when the
wind began flying at a seventy- mile
rate. Tho vessel pitched aud rolled
frightlully and big seas toppled over
her bows. The wheel frame of the
steam steering gear forward broke just
after midnight aud the ship drifted in
to the trough of the sea. Thy crew were
ordered aft in a hurry to clear the hand
steering machinery around which were
plied 10,000 box frames in bundles.
While they were pitching the box
frames overboard, the giant waves
were smashing things on deck and
making life extremely uncomfortable
for the fifteen cabin passengers. Twen
ty-two sheep of a flock of sixty-five
and eight cattle were killed. The com
pass lamps and binnacle wore smashed,
one of the starboard life boats was
staved into kindling wood, and another
was washed from its davits into the
sea. The sea flooded the saloon and in
vaded the state rooms. Twenty feet of
the ship's starboard rail was carried
away, and the stanchions were twisted
like wire. '1 he hand steoriug geer was
cleared, and the ship's head put to sea
:it last. The ship got into Hamilton,
liermuda, early last Monday morning,
and after beinj repaired sailed for this
port. The steamship Mount Tabor,
from Manilla,.ran afoul of the cyclone
that knocked out the lit tie Klue Nose
schooner Lion, on August 31 and had
her forecastle smashed In, her chart
room windows broken, and her cabin
a young woman
There is in this city
about 20 years old
whose history Is even more remarkable
than her appearance is tmusaL She
has a dark, copper colored complexion,
very high cheek bones and prominently
sharp, long teeth. "When but five years
old, away oT on one of the South Sea
Islands, she was sold by her own people
who are cannibals, to Portland sea
captain, and the sellers, If not the buy
er, flrmiy believed she was bought for
food. She has passed tnrougn our
amroar school with credit Although
never able to articulate our language
correctly, she can make herself under
stood. She lire In the capacity of a
servent with the sea captain's wife, and
is much attached to her.
The largest bridge in the world
srosses Lake Pontchartrain at New
Orleans, and is twenty-two miles in
length. It is trestled work on piles,
and Is made of oypress wood, whish
randan It imprsTioas to moisture
rmef agaiastUM stuck of barnaoiea.
A Dlttfrecabla laitor.
Meriden bouMWires, that is to say
t!.e prudent fines, are conducting a vig
orous campaign against the buffalo bug'
In some sections of the city this pest is
very numerous, one lady finding about
fifty of them under her capet the other
day. and another, while at church,
was informed bya friend that one of
the irrepressibles was industriously
making a square meal on the shoulder
Lof her dress. I
To those who have not yet been awak
cned to the importance of looking up
the invader of our home3 we wots.d say
that the buffalo bug is no respecter of
persons. He would as industriously
eat your carpet as any one else's, and if
you are complacently resting in the be
lief that the buffalo bug is a myth, a
new fangled bugaboo, we suggest to
you most respectfully, that a thorough
insection of your carpets about this
time will very likely be useful iu adding
to your practical knowledge of ento
mology. Once seen his bugship will always
thereafter be easily recognized. He is
a dark hairy, wicked looking fellowi
about as large as an apple seed, and is
very nimble a regularly built sprinter.
As a general thing he likes the best
parts of the carpet that lie nearest the
walls, and if an edge of the carpet hap
pens to be turned under he will cut it
through the turn in a manner to make
a pair of scissors look green with envy.
And then, too, he isn't at all particular
about his diet - he would as soon eat
the bindings of books, or the piano
cover, or your best go-to-meeting wool
dress, or your husband's best trousers,
as the handsomest carpet he ever saw
he likes them all, and other things be
How to get rid of him ah, there's the
rub! As near as the writer of this ar
ticle can get at it handpicking, in a
sense, is about the only reliable means
of conquering him. He grows fat on
most of the so called bug extermina
tors. Frequent thorough investiga
tion of all places where he is liable to be
found is confidently recommended we
say ' coniidently hecause, it lie lias
once become a boarder in your house
we are confident you will generally find
him where you look for him. This
should be followed by the applying of
every remedy that your friends may
recommend or your own wits suggest-
Try them all. You'll need 'em if you
are to conquer. Meriden Republican.
In a New York Fninib'.
A young couple, conspicuous in the
set known as the ' Four lIundred,"vho
inhabit a huge mansion in the most
fashionable quarter of the town and
diligently ape the ways of the Fnglish
aristocracy, were dining alone one eve
ning when the husband casually re
marked, "By the way Honora, have we
not a child aged about 3?" '"I guess
we ought to have, but I'll just enquire,
replied the lady. "John Thomas, is
there a nurse in the establishment
now?" "Yes, madam." "Then send
her to me. In a few minutes a daintily
attired young woman appeared from a
distant part of the mansion and in
formed the anxious mother. "Why
certainly, you had a child up to last
Sunday, but I lost her down town one
day last wee!c. Hut no matter, the
detectives are after her, and when I
get her back I'll duly notify." Chatter.
Drawing: Room Perfume.
Indianapolis News: One of the
latest devices for perfuming rooms in
the perfumed oil sold by the lamp deal
ers lor use in the high lamps of the
drawing room. Another is the use of
cut glass flagons fiilled aromatic and
combustible fluids, and fitted with
wiks and burners, which, kept con
stantly burning, add a religious sug
gestion as well as a fragrant atmos
phere to tho room. Then there are
large atomizers in fine glass or porce
lain, or mounted in gold or silver, from
which at any time a cooling and odor
ous spray can be sent through a draw
ing room. ecured in any way you
will your apartments must be filled
The humble penny is a potent factor
is our modern civilization. We all
know ho wonders it has achieved in
the departments of the post and the
newspaper press, and it is now doing as
marvelous a work in our means of loco
motion. In the last financial year the
North Metroplitan Tramways com
pany alone carried as many as 70,000,
000 passengers at penny fares, so that
the aggregate number who traveled in
London by omnibus or car for that coin
must be something prodigious. Cheap
ness has fostered traffic in such an ex
traordinary way that although convey
ances are constantly multiplied they
are all better filled than in the days of
high f tes.-Pall Mall Gazette.
Pittsburg Press: There are thirty
five widows drawing pensions from the
government because their husbands
were soldiers in the revolutionary war.
Tho oldest of them Is Mrs. Nancy Rains
of Knoxville, Tenn., the widow of John
Rains. Site is now in her 08th year.
On' account of her great age she re
ceives a pension of 930 a month, which
is mora than that received by any other
revolutionary pensioner. The number
of them degreasad tvery year, and but
taw will probably ba Utt at tba close
of another deoada.
Only Matter of Form.
"Mr. Ksjones," told young Sprlnj
byie, clearing his throat, "I have call J
to ask ermisiion to pay addresses
to your daughter."
"Which one, Julius ':" iuired Mr
"Miss Mhria, sir."
The father look-d flietLy at the
"What are yor prospects in lifa
Julius?" lie said.
To tell you the truth, sir." acknowl
edged vouug spriugbyle, "1 have no
prospects worth mentioning. I am in
moderate circumstances and have ou
resourses except a knowledge of my
business, good health and steady
"Just so, Julius," mused the father,
"Your income, I dare say, is"
"About 100 a year.'
And on this, my young friend, you
you would expictto support .yourself
and a young woman who has lived in a
home where she has never b.'en used to
anything like privation, or even judic
ious economy V"
"It does seem presumptuous for refl
to think of it,' faltered the youth, "and
as 1 see it does not meet your ap
"Stay, Julius," exclaimed Mr. Kajones
somewhat hastily, "I only ask those
questions as a matter of form. If you
want Maria, my boy, you can have
her!" And he shook the young man
warmly by the hand.
Mr. Kajones, it may ba proper to
state, has eight unmarried daughters
besides Maria. London Tit-Hits.
The Dretis of Jerusalem Jews.
The biilk of the Jews of Jerusalem
come from Poland. They are of the
same character as those who are now
preparing to leave Russia, and they
are far different in appearance and
dress from their race in tho UuiteJ
State. Their dress is prescribed by
the church, and the boy and men
wear long coats like gowns which reach
without belts from tho neck to the an
kles and lit the body like an old fash
ioned dressing gown. They unsually
wear colored shirts with lirnp,turn over
collars and you see other gowns show,
ing out under the outer one. Some of
their coats are of the finest ladies'
cloth, and at the time of the feast of
the Passover, which occured during
my stay in the holy city, I saw many in
gowns of red and blue velvet.
Each of these men woro a cap con
sisting of a skull cap trimmed with a
band of fur about two inches wide,
and this fur was of such a nature that
it stood out like porcupine quills form
ing a sort of crown for the head. The
cloth of the caps was iu some cases
velvet, and these men with their pic
turesque gowns and striking face,
shining out above them formed
of the most curious types of this
ous city. These Polish Jews
broad foreheads, straight noses
full lips. Their eyebrows are well
marked and they often meet togethet;
their chins are narrow, and their com
plexion is of a rich olive color.
Many of them have blue eyes and
their hair is white, red mid sometimes
brown and black. They let their hair
grow long in front of tho ears, and
they do this in order that they may
not break the Scriptural injunction
stating, "Thou must not mar the cor
ners of thy beard." I have seen boys
with the rest of tho head shaved and
these two locks in front of their cars
left, forming a very cusiour effect
Frank G. Carpenter in National Trib
Back Window Coiiversatoin.
Margery is the name of a pert, dressy
and rather good looking young girl
who from her kitchen window keeps
the-occupants of a -certain block of
apartment houses up town fully posted
on the petty gossips of the neighbor
hood. Margery's father is a well to do
butcher, and Margery's most intimate
friend is the grocer's daughter, who en
joys frequent talks with Margery from
a back window opposite the back win
dow of the butcher's domicile. Mar
gery's voice has been silent in tin
neighborhood for the past fortnight
and the grocer's daughter Ins had no
body to talk to out of the window ex
cept a smart parrot next door
"Where's Margery?" asked the parrot
one morning last week. "Gone to New
port," replied the grocer's daughter,
proud to impart the information to the
"Yes, Margery has gone to Newport,'
replied the butchers energetic wife, ad
dressing herself to all of the back win
dows opposite her kitchen.
"She has got some find friends there
and I to!. her that she might play the
lady for a while, but she'll be back in
time to get out next Monday's washing
or I'll know the reason why."
"Hal ha!" laughed the parrot. "Gone
to Newport!" New York Times.
A Hat Hunter.
A pet snake on a farm near Parkers
bur, W. Va-, is said to be an indofati'
gable exterminator of rats and mice.
"Jim," as the reptile is called, is per
fectly tame and docile, and answers to
his name a promptly as the family dog
or cat. II is fond of being petted by
the family, and seems to higldy appre
ciated acta of kindness. He is over
sight fast long, and bos been an ad-
juctoftb farm for twelve years.
Tff-1 -i fl.H:r.; of ? lfrnt - io Wa!g tri Standard.
J. A. BIKEE1,
I. A BAKBFK, PnwidMit.
THE RIVER OF LOSi SOl feS.
A March into Oblivion that Gave
Nuiun to a Western Stream.
Over three centuries backward, and
before the inquisitive Te Soto hal
lighted his camp fire on the b'inks of
the Mississippi, the Spaniards had
achieved two settlements in this land
f tho accident Santa Fe and the St
Augustine. They had no knowledge
of the country .which lay between
these points or its inhabitants, says the
Kansas City Star. As to what might
be the dangers and deadfalls of a jour
ney from one place to another they
were as blindly ignorant as of the moon.
But this ignorance effected them not,
and, full of the uneasy spirit of the
hour, a military party iu Santa Fe re
solved ou ad overland expedition to
St. Augustine. They knew the distance
for they could figure the latitude ami
longitude, and they could get thf
directionjby the compass, but this we.
the sum of their knowledge.
, The expedition, numbering some
hundreds of men, left Santa Fe late in
the summer, and crossing the moun
tains at the Raton poSJ, the present
route of the Santa Fe railroad, they
camped that winter on the present site
Of Trinidad. The grass was long in
the valley, the game was plenty on the
dills, their own stores were ample, and
lending back to Santa Fe for minstrel
nd glee maidens these gentlemen of the
sword with wine, women and song got
as gay a season as they have ever sines.
Those old dons were lads of spirit and
posessed high hearts as well as tastt
for travel, before them to the east
ward as far as the eye could swcei
spre d the desert confined. What was
to be met. there they knew not, but
their lack of knowledge was coinci
dent with an equal lack of care.
: With the melting of the snows ir
the spring sunshine, their women am!
camp followers returned to Santa Fe
The last adios was uttered, and the ex
plorers turned their resolute faces to
the work in hand. They marcher:
down the valley of the little muddy
river, which flows as you reed this
through the town of Trinidad.. They
who were to return to Santa Fe watch
ed them for miles, assisted by the gift
of the sun on steel cap and harness.
At last they were hidden in the willows
far down the valley and this is the
last that was ever known of them.
1 W ith the last flap of tho last bann-i
it was as if they had marched out ol
existence, and whether they sunk in
rivers, perished in the drifting snows
or were done to death by Indians wa
never told. No sign or trace of thij
expedition or its people were ever
found. There was something so queer
and mysteriousln the complete disap
pearanceof this band, something st
dark iu the silence of their fate, tha;,
Lhe superstitious Spaniards made the
sign of the holy cross when he recalled
t When that effort at commemora
tion which was the spirit of that time
lhe little muddy torrent in whose val
ley the explorers last were seen was
Called El Rio de Los Animas "Tho
River of Lost souls." ' This was tha
Spanish name when Sublett, Chouteau,
Bent, Carson, St. Vrain, and other rep
resentatives of the French fur com
pany of St Louis first saw it. Know
ing by their inference drawn from the
!iame, these translated the appellation
Into the Purgatoire. When the jocund
oull whacker of the overland trail got
to it in his free-mid-easy French he
sajled it "thePicketwire." Every brand
it ever had still sticks, and today you
will find the little vagrant of a stream
pursuing its glistening mission to the
lea with as many names as a member
tif tho British house of lords.
Why Camphor is Costly.
In each ton of camphor-wood brought
to this country from Japan there is 25
fter cent of camphor and o per cent of
waste. Moreover, one-half of the cam
phor evaporates during the sea voyage
leavin 12 1-2 per cent of the drug after
leduction. A New York firm has just
jhipped a 975,000 plant for the manu
facture of Camphor at Iliago, Japan,
with a view of saving this excessivo
rasLn in the oroduntinn of the druo-
l ira Ir. Brewery .
Cihoinnati, O., Oct. ?. At nn early
hour yesterday morning fire broke ou
in the refrigerating departiwWt of the
Zeller brewery, at Louisburg, jtaat back
of Covington, Ky.. The prompt response
and grod work of the fire departneat
saved the main portion of the brewery.
The los will reach (G0.C00, fully iusurad.
Tha fire is thought to hsva originated
in the engine roonr from on of tba dynamos
'J Iw-rfrnt f.naa mdt. Dor aot injnn ataak.
V at a sicat fUUrjca. ThoaaaaAi of a H.
uirniH. Band f-r rirctttara and prieaa. BsaSS
tfr rb Wire. A'MrpflS
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Lips, Tan, Sunburn, Pita las.
Makes rougn sain son mam
without be ng sticky or greasj.
Delicately p rfumea. runacrs OK
Eawder invisible and makes it aa
ere to the skin, imparting at asm
a brilliant complcaioa. Price sec.
Mailed to any address on receipt
of price, bend postal note, silver
or stamps. Address plainly,
hii.rs A (:o..
7iSChamber of Commerce, ibloage.
RIOI LIST PHtaV
SWEET, WALUCH 4 ),
213 WsiiMh AvCWctos,
DflCITIYn V POP'S GERMAN
lUjlllVLLl, stomach Powtlci
Has no t Eqnal for lhe Cure of Dyspepsia and
l'rlee 75 cents Per Box,
BnfBcient for 0 days treatment. Hailed to any ad
dress upon receipt of price. Write for testi
monials. POP'S GERMAN STOMACH POWDER Co.
W. Polk St., Chicago, UL
DR. J. A. DAN IS,
SSSSa.i66 W. Madison-TSSS
All diaeaees of Catarrh, Throat, Langs, HKAJTI,
Brnin, Nerves, in their vari as forma.
I niCC By treatment a pure lovely crnnpleakm
LA U I LO free from aallowness, freckles black
heads eruptions, etc., brilliant eye and perfect
h alth can be had That "tired" feeling and aU Fa
male Weakness promptly cured. Nervous Prostra
tion, Ge eral Debility, Sleeplessness, Depression
and Indigestion, Ovarian troubles, Inflammation
and Ulceration, Falling and Displacements, Spinal
Weakness, Kidney Complaints, and Change af
Life, Counsult the old Doctor.
CVJ lain r 1 D Acute or Chranlc Ianaauna
tr AH J EAU tion of the Evelias or OW,
and Fur and Near Sivhtedness, Inversion of ska
Lids Scrofulous Eyes, Ulcerations, Insamrnttena,
Absccscs, Dimness of Vision of one or both ayes
and Tumors of Lid. Inflammation of the Ear, VI
cerntion or Catarrh, Internal or External ; Deafness
-r I'nralvsis. Siwring or Roaring Noises, This.-
ened Drum, etc.
ened Drum, etc.
spmic-ncy, I-OR8 of Memory,
Loss of Vital rower,
Confusion of Ideas,
sion of Spirits,
Brru, l-ac or connuencc, aun, a-iaticw.. v"
Ktmly or Business, and finds Ufa a burden, safely
sml permanently cured.
DflTU CCVECConn,,t Con ler-tia'Jy. W la
UU I II OCALO any trouble call write. De
lays arc dangerous.
Send U cci t.Mampa, or Medical Guide Of liiW
of Health. Oince houri, 9 a. m. to 8 p. .
ttd Ovalntm hstrJ rfrtinl I
rcmiulT. Particular FRBlk
Acts r:tdlclly but (fently; does not tiMciat bf
t 1...1I J - ..Hs aanileaa lw ha tiraaal ftjM.
reeds when other treatment! (all; relieves Inni
d lately without Suffering or Serel-Stai imaw;
Strictly ft Home Cure; retaonable In cost mttm
casta solicited. Address,
""v 178 A, Chicago, IU.
Send for Dr. Gregg's Doc5f
How to Cars Ycrsr!f
At Home by Electricity.
1 H o sXTtTTraatmant Stoetrts Gov
191, WatMsh A.,CMjg,Ill,
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