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The Silver Question te Be Dis
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"'KENTUCKY WEATHER REPORT.
? 'What We May Kvpcct Between This Time
and Te-morrow Evening.
U. S. Weatiieii BimnAU. )
WashIHOten. D. 0., April 14, 1892. f.
ff Special te The Fuur.ic Lbdeeii.
Showers, turniner colder bv te-
r"' night. Fair Weather rjri day.
is no uuove, erccii'is ura muuu inr n
"pi-rled or llilrtjHsU Iieiim, einllntr nt 8 o'clock
te-morrow ereiiltw wn
'. R D Coidef .Millwood was Mhe city
J. F. Huff of C:irilc wns in the city
Frank Purnell returned front 3It. Olivet
ijfek B. A. Wullingferd went te Cinciunnti
J. ,1$ Holten df Washington spent yes
't teiday in the city.
.. Mrs. W. W. DmiL'liiss of Cincinnati is
T" . . . . : z: . .v .
I visiting lier sister. .Mrs. j nines liutlcr.
James H. Hull and son. Themas J..
'- rnMirni.il Tnt.t ntivlit frnm tlinlr Kmitlmrn
Mrs. Geerge Bruce of Covington is
spcuding n few days with her mother.
;. 3Irs. J. M. Evuus
A. S. Cele of Feat is. of the stall of
"$-Commander Hilllsef the G. A. R., favored
the IjEDOKH witn a can yesterday
Colonel J. W. Graham, Superintendent
of the Southern Division of the Adams
Express Company, was here en a visit te
.lanuger Payne yesterday.
. 'Rev. J. 31. Evans und family will move
te Covington in a4few days.
j. The colored Oddfellews of Louisville
have laid the corner-stone for a 130,000
PmLLir Fist pnid W. H, Hill $2,000
I, for a two-story frame house en Grant
frjt-', Andy Rekd and Resa Hickle, a West
Eud couple, woie mnrried yesterduy by
W" 'fiflllllA Rnnalnif.
Ev. . . . . . .
--, CAitti A.BuciiANANef Berkeley Springs,
v W Va., has been appointed a Postal
' ' Clerk en the Ilinteu and Cincinnati line.
,! M. u. Jenes or uraysen is a candidate
"for Republican nomination for the efllcc
of Commonwealth Attorney in bis Dis
trict. r DuniKa a debate at Pleasant Ridge
schoelhouso, back of Springdale, Frank
Jttnna clifr nnrl OMivlifli M1llln riintxvn
?-l-y UlUtba DHUk U1IU aitfykij IIVUUUUU VlbUlfjU
Dn. W. W. Dawsen of Cincinnati, who
.has returned from Flerida unimproved In
.'health, is nt the Geed Samaritan Hospital,
a very sick man.
, ' 3Iaky Stanten, formerly of Cincinnati,
died of excessive cigarotte smoking in
,, New Yerk, she sometimes consuming a
,. oezen pacKs a any.
t Mm Annual horse show at Lexlncten
glover a million dollars worth of animals
'.were en exhibition. The show was pre-
Eneunced the best ever seen thore.
; " W. O. UoerES requests us te say that
Vho didn't write that letter. He denies
BHhe allegation, defies the nllcgater and
stands ready te prove an auui en tuc
Tire contlnued sovcre frosts liave do--Btrevnrl
tlm npanh nnd near crens in Pu
laski ceimtv. nnd sorieuslv Inlured plums
and strawberries. The less in the county
Js estimated at about J30.000.
i'meBths age lest ft kandsome geld watch.
;4fWjM supposed at the tlme it was Btoien
!ad stteti turns out te be the case. The
Wfttcb Win rnnnwarntl VAfitlrilAV bV Cen-
ltW. P. Dawsen, but the thief haa
ii apprehended. We are net at
atttmfcnt te give any uauMr
MAYSVILLE, KY., THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1012.
v 9 -
Sthket sprinkling Is coming into
The race this aftornoen will he two
best in turce mlle heats.
Judge Jehn S. Cuhd was Rtrlckcn with
paralysis in Barren county yesterday.
William CiiANDLKn of Warren, O., and
Hiss Nnnnie A. Records wero married at
We again ask any of subsniberswhe de
net get their pnper regularly and promptly
te report the fact at this efllcc.
A bet of .$100 te $75 was offered yes
terday that Jim Butler would win the
race this afternoon and refused.
Dit. C C.Owens is displaying his lit
erary talent, in getting up catalogues for
two enterprising summer resorts.
3Iiss Oaiikie BAmxETTef Bedford is a
candidate for one of the World's Fair
Commlsslencrships from Kentucky!
Rev.C. S. Lucas and family will occupy
the residonce seen te be-vacated by Rev.
J. 31. Evans en West Second street.
It is stated that Dr. .1. P. Iluff. Stute
Senater from Flerqlng, Bath and Rewan
eeuntfes, will move his family te Idlers
burg. A? Alt. Vernen, Iud.. "Sabe" Devinp.
a Trimble county, Ky., outlaw, killed
himself whileftrying te sheet a conductor
en a train..
Tin: young ladles of the Maysvllle
Assembly Club will entertain their gen
tlemen friends at 31iss Finch's ou Friday
evening, April 22nd.
The Republicans of Welfe county have
unanimously indorsed Joe M. Kendall,
the Democratic nomihee for Congress, te
be elected April 21st.
The City Council of Lexington has ap
propriated $1,000 tew.ird the entertain
ment of the State Press Association, which
will meet in that city 3Iuy 8th.
Get out the big drum and sound the tern
f catl 3luysville was yesterday visited by a
Boek Agent who left his "gall" at home.
Ills name was S. U. Nelsen and he was a
Geoiiee 31. Cmneeu & Sex, the well
known Contractors and Builders, have a
card in nnether column of The Lkdeeu
These who contemplate building will de
well te confer with them.
A. II. Paiikeh islamcntingthedeatli of
his pet alligator recently breucht from
Flerida. It was bunting n warmer clime
and crnwlcd into an ash-pan, where it
seen roasted te death.
31iss Anna 31. Davidsen, a daughter of
Greenup county, has been promoted te
the highest position as a teacher in the
Bloomington (III.) Collcge. The Kon Ken
tucklan nlways takes high rank away
L. Phice Wir.MAJtssen of Jehn Augus
tus Williams, President of Daughters
College, Hnrredsburg, died yesterday.
He caught a sevcre cold while stationed
at Harlan CourtheuBo as amemberef the
The stearaer Telegraph made the run
from Cincinnati te 3Ianchester Sunday
night in exactly 0 hours. Her time te
Pomorey en the same trip was 10 hours
and 48 minutes, which is about the best
time ever made en the Upper Ohie.
One of the Divines in attendance upon
the Presbytery of Ebonezer understood
Washington was a suburb of 3Iaysville.
When he reached Ncwdlgate's en feet he
remarked that ilaysville had plenty of
town lets between herself and suburbs.
Jehn T, 3Iahtin & Ce. of the famous
"Red Cerner" Clothing Heuse, appear
bofero the readers of The Ledeeii te-day
Jn most attractive form. They bolievo
in advertising, and knew that an adver
tisement planted in Tne Ledger, vill
bear geed fruit.
The race for tbe position of Judge of
the Thirteenth Judical District bas been
made somewhat interesting by the an
nouncement of Hen. Henry T. Neel of
Garrard county. His opponents will
doubtless be Judge R. J. Brcckinridge of
Beylo, and Hen. 31. O. Saufley of Lin
A WAsniNOTON special says applica
tions are constantly coming In from Ken
tucky te the Postefllco Department ask
ing for the ostabliBkment of fourth-class
Postefllcos. This Is regarded by the De
partment officials as a henlthy elgn, and
Indicates that Kentucky is keeping up
with the procewlen in the matter of postal
ALL ABOARD FOR THE RACES 1
The Electric Hallway Line Will de te the
Fair Grounds nt Once.
Engineer Screugliam yesterday flnished
the survey for the street car line thieugh
te the Fair Grounds. The line as sur sur
veyed will be almost straight, there being
but one curve between the present track
and the terminal point. There will be
about a thousand feet of trestling., The
extension will begin at a point just North
of the C. and 0. Railroad track and con
tinue thence p.uallel with the r.iilreud.
There will be u Northern entrance te
both cemeteries at the dividing line; but
the present truck te the cemetery gate
will net be abandoned. Werk en the ex
tension will begin ut onto, the necessary
right of way having beeu secured.
William Waciis of Covington lias
gotten a pateut for a bakery pan. We
presume it takes the cake.
3Ihs, Hiktt is very ill at the home of
her daughter. 31iss Elizabeth Hiett.Jn
the Fifth Ward. She is 7 years old.
Lieutenant Charles A. Chuuchill
of Louisville, en account of ill health,
has been relieved frnm the active service
of the army.
A imiCK building will seen take the
place of the present frame known as
Shaien Church, en the read between
Geriniintewn and Chatham.
Aheut twenty prominent Kentuckians
are spoken of as candidates for World's
Fair Commissioner, but no Masen county
man shows up in the list.
The already handsome residence of
31rs. Hal Gray is being still further
beautified by the addition of a balcony
en the Frent street side.
The enterprising village of 3Iadison 3Iadisen 3Iadison
ville comes te the front with a boy elecu
tienist. Don't you think this boy racket
is being run into the ground?
.I . m !
31isa Akfie Kelly, daughter of Rev.
Gilby Kelly and granddaughter of the
Inte Dr. A. G. Stltt of Jlillersburg, died
at Oweusbore a few days age. '
The name and fame of Tun Ledeeii
has extended te Anniston, Ala., and it's
less tliun two weeks old. A. L. 3IcKay,
formerly of Vuuccburg, Is editing The
Ecenxng JVc at that place.
The Ninth District has two candidates
who nre anxious te represent it at the
Democratic National Convention. One
is Representative Waller Sharp of Bath
county, and the ether County Judge
Lafferty of Harrison.
TnE carpenters are at work remodeling
the third fleer of Zweigart's Bleck,
recently vacated by Allen A. Edmonds
and the plant of The Ledeek. Wlieu
the necessary changes are made the fleer
will be eccupied Jointly by Dr. C. W.
Wardle and A. Qreouweod.
The Georgetown Nees says probably tfie
smallest man in Scott or adjoining
counties visited Georgetown 3Ienday. It
is Tem Barlew, aged 87, wearing a long
mustache, who weighs 78 pounds, and
stands JUfect high. He is a married man
and has four children. His wlfe welghs
Elwood Neitnis, who halls from Deylo's
Bettem, Lewis county, writes The Led Led
eku from Lebanon, O., inclosing meney
for a subscription. He is, evidently, a
geed Democrat, for he "wishes success
for our paper in overything but its poli
tics." We say Sir. Nerrls is a geed Demo
crat, bocause all ''geed' Demecrats take
" Wkdenia" Is the poetic name chosen
for the new Postefllco that is requested at
Millwood. The name is in honor of the
late 0. 31. Wceden, who ferv se many
years owned and kept the stable where a
relay of horses was obtained by the stage
lines running between Maysvllle and
Flemingsburg and Mt. Sterling In our
grandfathers' days. R, B. Cord Is the
Unde Juck Heek offered .1. W. Fitz Fitz
gerald $U,200 for Bluek Ide last week,
She Is very fast and will go in the list
the llrst race she stmts in.
Colonel F. II. Bierbower ha shipped
ene of his marcs le Philadelphia te be
mated with Antcceat $500. .
Cel. Jehnaun Is Courteous Wltbal.
Franltfnrt (Japitnl, The Daily Puhlic
Ledeeii of Jlaysvllle has arrived. It has
but two objectionable features Its Re
publican politics, und the picturoef Editor
Themas A. Davis at the head of the
editorial columns, talking high tariff lingo
te a bleated bondholder. Tlie paper, like
all that Mr. Davis has ever edited, is
bright and clever, and will make its way
if the Republicans iccognizeageod thing
when they see it.
Death of Them.u Carr.
Themas Carr, son of 3Ionree Carr the
well known former brakeman ou the
Kentucky Central, died ut the residence
of his .sister, Mrs. Edward Slough, in
Covington early yesterday morning of
henunnriliagc of the nose, aged 18 years.
Some time age. while nt Ashland, he in
jured himself by lifting, causinghemmor causinghemmer
rhage, fiem which he never rcceveied.
The remains were brought here last
night nnd the funeral will take place at
2 o'clock this afternoon. The family
have the sympathy of u wide cirele of
A PROMINENT MAN AND MASON.
Jehn S. Lyle, a Leading Citizen of Coy Cey Coy
ingten, Died Last Night.
Jehn S. Lyle died at his home in Cov
ington, of typhehl pneumonia, at 7:1r
last night. '
During his useful life he had occupied
many honorable stations.
Fer several years he was Chief Train
Dispatcher of the Kentucky Central.
He was a Past Eminent Commander of
the Knights Templars of Kentucky.
At the time of his death he was Mana
ger of the Western Union Telegraph Com
pany at Covington.
Thc.funcral arrangements had net been
announced tip te the time The Ledeeii
went te press.
EvShves (ietlln? Justice.
Several months age pieparatieus were
made by several former slaves of the late
General James Tayler of Newpert for
bringing suit against the trustce and heirs
of the lattci's estate, and the cases have
new been put en record.
Alfred Heward and wife. Willis B.
Hamilton, Washington Lumpkins, Wil
liam Lumpkin and Geerge Lumpkins filed
suit in the Chancery Court against W. U.
Uarten, trustee, and the' heirs of the late
General James Tayler, for the recovery of
twenty-five acres of land in the Cierk tract,
with the rents and interest, nnd that the
same be partitioned off, distributed und
paid te them, and if said hind cannot be ac
quired for .?1,2j0, its value, with $1,000
accrued rents. The petitioners claim the
above under the will of General Tayler,
which stipulates that theso of his slaves
who remain with him until they reach
the age of thirty years should be entitled
te the abeve amount of ground.
Colonel E. W. Hawkins appears for the
plaintilfs. He brought a suit of a simi
lar character seme years age for two of
the Lumpkins boys, and wen it after a
long fight, and new ethers are claiming
. m m
(lottrner Brown Won't Interfere.
A Courier-Journal special from Frank
fort says Governer Brown has probably
passed upon the first case iu which a con
viction wns had under the law passed in
March, ltiSO, making gaming a felony.
The petition bofero the Governer was in
behalf of William Harper of Richmond,
who wns convicted at the last Slarch term
of the court. In addition te the Judgment
recited by the Governer setting forth in
the Indersement en the papers his reasons
for declining te pardon Harper, the law
declares that the convicted person shall
ever afterjie held infamous, and denied
the rights of suffrage and te held any
state, count)", city or town ofllce in Kon Ken
tuckyi The Governer's indersement reads:
" Harper was by Judgment of the 3Iad 3Iad
isen Circuit Court sentenced te ene y ear's
confinement in the Penitentiary and te
pay a fine of ?500 for having set up and
conducted a game of cards for a percent
age or commission, en which game meney
was het, wen or lest. The Circuit Judge,
Commonwealth's Attorney and many
geed citizens of that county ask that
narper shall be pardoned, net en the
greifnds that he is net guilty, but chiefly
for the reason that they regard the law
under which he was convicted as a very
sovero ene. The Legislature, te suppress
the vlce of gambling enacted the law, and,
If, tee sovero, let it be repealed. I docllne
Wiluaw H. SIahtin of CovlAgten has
patented , a briek kiln. 1
vThk stakes inlhe Butler-Guilfeyle raee
have been Increased te $ 150 a side.,
HeN. W. O. Bhadlkt has secured
quarters at Minneapolis for the Kentucky
delegation. ' .',.
D. B. Conn Kits nnd Miss Sallle Thomp
son of Bethel, Bath county,, were mar
ried nt Aberdeen yesterday.
The Jlaysvllle Retail Commercial
Agency will held its regular monthly
meeting te-night at 7:30 o'clock.
Alueiit T. Bemcs of Louisville lias
been grunted a patent for a kiln for dry
ing lumber. This docs net include pop
lar. 3IYUTLK Division Ne. 87, S. of T will
give a concert en Friday night nt
Mitchell's Chupol, Sixth Ward. Admis
sion five cents .
Colonel Beene Leoan, who, quieted
Craig Tolliver and his gang at Jleiehead
a year or se age, was a guest of the Heuso
at Frankfort Jlenday.
SIahy Paiikeh of this city, daughter of
the late Samuel Bulgar, has just received
a check for $1,027 53, en account of pen
sien due her us miner child.
The President of JIuysville's Beard of
Education ha been applied te for a
photograph of himself, te be reproduced
in a National educational journal.
The Dress Goods, Carpets and Lace
Curtains at D. Hunt & Sen's nre town
talk. The ladles all say such a display
was never before seen in our city. Don't
miss this opportunity of an eye feast.
At 3Ieadew Lawn, ten miles from
Louisville, Jack Roberts last night
emptied the contents of a deuble-barrelled
shotgun into his brother Claude's breast,
killing him intantly. The victim was
sixteen years of nge. His brother is
An old bum giving his name as Henry
L. Sheppard is iu Jail here. He has been
going about the country representing
himself as u member of the G. A. R., and
obtaining meney from various parties.
He's a tramp of the first water and n 82
bummer, and is net new nor was he ever
a member of any Pest.
William II. Cox, our Delegate te the
National Convention at 3Iinncapelis, is
besieged with inquiries from all sorts of
people from all parts of the country as te
his preferences for officers of the Conven
tion, candidate for Vice-President, &c ,
&c, &c, &c. He thinks of employing a
stenographer and typewriter.
Emily L. DeBcll relinquished her
rights te udmlnistcr upon the estate of
William DeBell, deceased, and Augustin
DeBcll appointed te administer en same
with Q A. 3Ieans surety.
The report of T. J. Pickett, J. J. Per Per
rine and W. S. Osberne, Commissioners
appointed by the Court te divide the land
of the late W. C. Holten was returned
and ordered te lie ever until the next
term for exceptions.
Anether Courteous Ilrether Heard Frem.
Greenup Gazette. The latest newspaper
te be launched en the journalistic sea is
The Public Ledeeii of Jlaysvllle, edited
by Themas A. Davis. It is a daily and
Republican in politics, and only ene cent
a day. It is the duty of the Republicans
of the Ninth Congressional District te
see that this paper has a handsome and
paying support. The Ledeeii Is rich in
matter and cheap in price.
A Very False Kepert.
There were various rumors afloat last
night and this morning te the effect that
the Bonanza, or some otherbeat, had
burned near Augusta. Just below Le
vannn, en the Ohie side, a large drift pile
was ou flre last night, and te passengers
en the rapidly moving train it looked like
a beat en tire. The report reached 3Iays 3Iays
vllle through seme gentlemen aboard the
train nnd spread all ovcrthecity. As the
Bonanza is due along thore about that
time, she was supposed te be the beat.
KENTUCKY BEATS THE WORLD.
Seventv-cight People Iinptized by One
Minister in Twenty-seven Minutes.
A special from Danville te The Louis
ville Times says fully twelve hundred
persons of nearly all shades and con
ditions gathered upon the banks of
Clark's Run near that city te witness an
event of rare importance with the colored
population the baptising of seventy
eight of the ene hundred and Ave con
verts who have professed religion during
a revival at the Green Street Colored
The crock was flush and the water was
cold, but this fact failed te diminish the
ardor of the ceremonies.
Rev. WallacoFisher, a noted evangelist,
efllciatcd, and probably made a world's
record for administering the sacrament of
baptism, as he immersed the soventy seventy soventy
elght candidates In exactly twonty-seven
minutes, pausing in his labors several
times te start up a new hymn for the con
gregation upon the banks. He averaged
mere than threo immorslena te the
niinute, and slighted nene of them.
The congregation with which theso
parsons united was at ene time, nnd Is
doubtless yet, ene of the largest congre
gations of colored persons in the Seuth.
During the best days of tbe late R,ev.
Isaac Slaughter's ministry he frequently
had nine hundred uaniea enrolled.
Mr. Ooeclirn Submit it I'ropecltlon Cen.
Uunplatlng Heldlnj? nn International
Meting Peater and Oenrlirn Talked
the Matter Over lu England.
New Yehk, April 14. Positive infor
mation that a definite preposition for an
International conference en silver has
lately come from the English govern
ment te the United States government
Is In possession of n few woll-tnfermed
persons in tlda city and Wasldngten,
two of whom have let out the secret.
Land Comtnisftlenor Themas II. Car
ter, formerly delegate and late, con
gressman from Mentana, a free silver
advocate, and Senater Teller have re-,
cently reported that a preposition hadi
been made te the United States by.Eng-.
land for an International conference en
the general uses of silver as a meney
There is geed reason te believe that
specific information hs te the terms of
the preposition is new first te be given
te the public. The night before Secre
tary Fester bailed for Europe for his
health he received a document through
the regular diplomatic channels from
Chancellor Goschen in the English min
istry the contents of which were hastily
glanced ever and made known te three
or four of the eminent financiers and
public men who had gathered te see
him off en February 24.
Mr. Goschen's preposition, as it came
te Secretarv Fester, contemplates the
holding of en international conference
for the purpose of considering means
for the extension of the use of t.ilver as
a money metal. There is no reference
te bl-metullsm, free silver coinage or
bullion purchases, en which silver certi-,
ficntcs are Issued te serve as currency,
but its bread terms imply that the prop prep
osition covers these means, as well as
ethers, an subject te investigation by
the cenferrees. In another particular
the preposition Is unsatisfactory te this
country. Ne preposition has jet been
suggested that will insure the ratifica
tion by the respective governments e
any agreement which a conference
might reach. " '
There is likely te be considerable cor
respondence en these points before any
agreement for a conference is made.
Such a conference would be valueless
unless it determined en what rdSjaptV.'..
coinage of geld and silver C("VI be
safely carried en by the four gaeatest
nations of the world the Unifelatates,
England, Franee and Germany with
their credit pledged te maintain the
coinage value of silver at a fixed ratio
en a par with geld.
The full text of Mr. Goschen's letter
will probably net be made known for
some time, but its substance is
given above with sufficient accur
acy te show its great importance. It will,
be remembered that when Secretary
Fester left Washington te take his trip
nbrend he had arranged te go through
te Bremen en the Spree of the North
German Lloyd line. Instead of doing
se he left that steamer and proceeded te
Londen where he met Mr. Goschen in
person. The change in the plun of his
trip was caused by Mr. Goschen' letter
en the eve of sailing. It can Inet be
doubted that the international iiyec
conference was ene of the subjects or
their discussion, and that the proposi preposi
tion took shape in these conferences
which will eventually be worked te
some practical end.
England's great eastern possessions,
India, trade exclusively with silver
meney, and the extraordinary decline
In the value of silver in late years
caused anxiety in England. Hitherto
England has been ready te send a high
commissioner te an international
monetary conference te confer wth
commissioners from France, and the
United States, but she has ex
pressly refused te bind herself te
accept the result of such delibera
tions. International conferences have al
ways failed for this reason. If the
chancellor of the exchequer, Jfr. Gos
chen, has brought the English ministry, ,
te approach the subject in n different
spirit new, it is n victory of interna
The United States government has
new 11,000 tens of silver stored in the
treasury vaults at Washington, nnd it is
adding about ISO tens n month te the
stock by fresh purchases at the market ,
A DisiiAtreu Tire. .
3Ianitowec, Wis., April 14. Thc-jl
works of the Manitowoc Manufactur
ing Ce. were destroyed by fire. The
company manufactured opera chairs,
school furniture, etc, and at the time
of the fire was engaged in getting out.
the chairs for the Minneapolis conven
tion hall. The less is fully $200,000 andi
insurance (60,000. Over 225 hands are;
thrown out of employment.
A Jealous Acter's Crime. '
Rosten, April 14. Geerge Gerry, a
variety actor at the World's thcutcr, at-;
tempted te kill his wlfe early fceJ06l,v'
uuy mui uuiff ill. uicir uuaruiug uuuae uy
sheeting her in the back, and as a result)
she is in a dying condition at the cityi
hnsnltnl. She is about IS and was en-
gaged at the same place. Jealousy wasj'
the cause of the sheeting. Gerry ifl at
Oatmeal Toe Cheap, They Claim.
Cleveland, O., April 14. The Quaker
oatmeal mills, of Ravenna, employing
1B0 men, have shut down Indefinitely.
It is part of the plan of the American
Cereal Ce. the Oatmeal trust te limit'
production and force prices up, in order,
that seme return can be earned en ita-:
Twe Children Hnrneti. '
St. Leuis, April 14. When .Mrs.'
Henry Nleman left her home in
city Wednesday te pay a i
thoughtfully looked her tw Utttu
dren In the house, i 1 house
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