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?tGilNST THE GREENBACKS.
( imtlsneil from Kirai l*nae.
,_,-,_. with thc 1'nngreision.il e-oivmittee* in frani
_K a Mit tia > any ..ut the* puiposes maimed m
.,. ,.,--?lai.i't.."s' **-*msrt,
Mr. Bullltt. of Philadelphia opposed tha -Fowler
? luewdmcni be fae lt wss Impracticable -tor the
pate? t-i acleet a committee of the < ? s. 111 n . - of the
!. cn who e-nncciveri and made paealble this con
venti'C nf whii-h ah.ne the committee should
tm
y- Camp, e*f Knoxville, Tenn., supimrte,* the
fottimr amendment.
l? gnawei to qoesttona b) several aieiegar.-s.
Hr Walker -said the etta! element in th*- prob
>tn waa time; that if th?- proponed bill was not
red an.l read] for submlston t.. lhe special
. ?i rh- settlement nf the , hole question
go over two yean, nnd everybody v. hu has
ever been In Ooagieus brews it
>i v. ingalta ..* Cincinnati, supported tl
.mi rn it t.s- He said.
Ul ! wan", tu beg of you, ir-'i llenten, is that
Ive ..ti resolutions s
? whick was present! I
llacusslon, In which almopl
* f . . ;. Ipated appoli i i i ? immH te
.,t.a; tnt . immlttee spent hours up rn
? - port, an.l rtnall*. the) brought ll back Into
mmittee am -Resolutions, and
. rnty-etght mem'; ts aril came out
anim .us report. I hopi that the three
; and odd ?>.< itlemi n h 'tn will ea
vi- f,.r them ns exact
in ,1? fr'.im 'he- han.ls ol the committee,
.. i nerd oul a platform to rim * >rld thal li i
ern in and w 111 ra*** :--- wi long
I memory of mun sha'
*. *-* Dodge, .'f New-Tork. urged unanl
r ri of th.- conclusions of th.' commit
in -.smsr tn move th*, previous queatlon on the
? Mr Manna nald the* discuss! itt
? I furthei 'han lt should ao,
_ up s feellns that did not exist The
? ?? ulrainatlns In th** convention, he
ya 1 wai n< r unfriendly to Congreaa.
previous question was ordered nnel the '
ai ?' resolul re as fed to ? Itb onl)
three negat Ive i l
entlon. aftei tea f thanks to vari
tai atl ? c and persona, mil..uri'...', aub
*? - lhe 'all of the Rxecut ve Committee
,?;? ?? ur Patters n stated thal after a confer?
ence with Mi Hanna hs wa.uni announce thi
ra- | ' ?>-. , ??:?? || .... ,rv... . i ?- . a.. sV,f, ,.,.?
ido;
v
VT THK MORNING SESSION
PLAN1 PRESENTED AN ADDRESB
BT CONGRESSMAN .FOWLER
lliapolls, Jan. 18.?The nrinetary confer
eace wa* late in beglnnlns *'v ie n I day's work
tnowledge that nothing could be a
? - 1 until the Committee on Resolutions hail
nted the numerous proposll ? - ?'f red no
ri ubt led 'he delegate! ? taki tkelr time- before
tels to walk through
al ' fall f si ?-? to the convention hs ll
v in .",!> tbe onventlon was called to ord)
C nman Patterson The aerretarj *
,1 in fron the Jersey City Board of Tradt I
.:.immendlng the object! of the
n an.l ex] reai - tention of standlns
? i,. Aght est i ? ? ind the Na
? -
v H Magdeburg of Mllwaukei presented a
? - f resolutions i ng the vies -
m mei ' thal section They demanded
? for the refunding ?' Oovernmenl de
. : tea In lung time honda, with a compen
I lanai of Xatiunal bank t
E I? Btanard, of Si le ula, sen; up a plan
ulated by W O. Little, a menhant of rhat
?- the main f<*atiir.-s- of which w.re aln
i-mand? made Insthe Milwaukee res lu
ntalned a provision for th- redemption of
.-. ver certificates st the rate i f Bli per eni
'. and 4ii p- r silver, lhe latter to be
? elled up >n redi mpi ?
? ? ? K Pern . of Oalei ri fifei -.1 a
- lutl I - lt lo be th* .sense of the
nt lon that th*- ankini
should be sai amended aa * a ela*
ile currency i.nd safety without a bond
m .? third, rh.- security of de iltori fourth,
proti f stockholder* agalnal dishonest e.tn
:he retirement of paper currency;
sixth, a ri tn-partlsan finance commission lo sup.
?rest to Congress desirable i hanges aa thi neces
? ty fur them d-\ elopa
Hie seen
-'??- i and n ? ad i.n
- .-eierl ,,, (he Kx- 'Iti' ?? ' ' I
? ' i refei red to the
' - ? - 5 ? eta -. and tht
aa) Sr.;i..I., ? ? American." evoked an
?mlle.
FOR ORGANIZATION BT BTATEi
- i. Adama, president of th.- Masaa
tts State Ruard of Trude- offered a I -
? ? ?? mmendlng the organisation bj States of
ness men, ir > ru.-- tn expedite rh*> gather
fa . if similar conventions In 'im future
It ??? :? 1 rhar ali papers, resolutions,
r the hands of del-gat-p be pres* I
rea I ng, and at once n-nt to the Corn
let un Resolutions The committee's work
? ceased by offerings from Messrs Hali
Ingei of Iowa; Bell, of Missouri; c,ry. of Iowa;
Kelsi ? of Indiana, and Unlston, of Minnel
E C Camp, of Knoxvllh Tem luggei
t.-.fl* we pay eu;r dela's as a Government as ve
v .ld as Individual! H-- advocated a tariff
law autBclent to yield a revenue e.f .*??;.".n immi.imhi
uni lbs gradna, retirement of th.- gr**.*!-! acki
md frier Oovernmenl lnd-i>t,e,i*i~s-s at ti
of a* leaal HOOiOOD.OOO lier yeal
Mr Cobb, of Masaachaaetta, on behalf
lalagatloB, faM they wera sn well pleaaed ? Itb ,
ilo\-eT-t.n_- jsranard's oj.eninp address thar they
? l to romnienal It t" *h- Committee em
Rsaolutlona for ita eonald?ratloh In preparii ..- ta
ri- iratloaa of prlntipl-s.
f Jove rn air Stanard asked *liai Hon bt \
? irawn lr. reference to him, i 'i' Mr Cobb ^
stateai he desired lr presented as representing
menta a.f his delegatl n It was s>. or- t
,J -
? eeting, on motion by Mr. C k of '
Bi Slyn, was th*-n thrown open foi an inter- f
: : .;.. si?-' bel - rd to <
itei N.?d) offei Inc lo -i ? ak.
made for Chad
hil ? ?
? ega l ' - ?ued by j a
rh.' e;. ?... -j ii;-, - i
? ? Lea stature M - '?'.'.?"
rdi red 'nils e,f credtl issued to pa ti
? -? . - ? smpalsrning i rai
**T la waa th< ? egtnn '.ir f niblet-," li- <
Mr Chads lek wa I I erailon uf
? ? ul- and <i motl >n * ? \
dow n. to lhe gi-;i' ? muse
of th) lelegatea
A PAPER l:V CONGRESSMAN FOWLER
Repi ? ?' N Fowler, of Ne*s -Ji
? - H toe Commit ten ? Hal
i- I to speak
,;.-?? tu pa -- a ia
pend 'he opera) on of tbe flee-minute rule
favoi Mr Fowlei san', tha* the recent
I lent al campaign involved the personal In
..f .-'. ? t . man Ih Ing undei out fl ll
. ii - red ' . 'i" sn . ?? ii,,t, a different
nation of tba ibui would I ai ? i omp*ll?*d
lefra ' ? - redltors lt In voil ".1 more
r.n* lr Involved the ve- v honor of the
fi-jr ,-s,-if Nt,'. : the onward
1 v. h"'-.* eif \ivntt
A ii.tr. termination ol thal lasue a*ould
'-? asst ba ?? lbs American pi -i ?? one hundred
><ar_ t: ths <x... Ilsatlon Th. t. 11
itu lava or i ea iona foi our
tr
Firs
Exhaui publ ??'!??
Tami- Lacl
..?a tqulve ca itkndard of \_iu
rywhere ot home and abroad
Mi i- ? ? ben i ?- le ? ed tbe htstoi
?set .a*,. : of thi Um deeadi He said thal
hundr- ls of i - of doll ira s.
? ' ' r.ve-.stments wblch should ha'.- been
"mpis . nels ol rad H* ic??
'
; ? ?
... \ on* whe
--.??
n it t?. ii),- issn- ..f mora
? ma nd bj Ihe ?. ivern
[t? Nine ind ninety-t liv ?
',: .li'l.lll' a
I mould pron -
J?1* Vi,) ||on u, m m_ngl__ l!hk .,, ,,,, , ,.,. . - .
ge ol
fE srltl
. ? irra-.l.'.-riia
Z* ""h. ? v. .ulai not I
Hie . wi,'! at,'! If ll j
,"? "* w,- * hould noi ive h de hie standard
a '* hlna al .mv tim
"!**--.,- utial th.- |.r .-. -lVea ita Iii ru u!l
eT'-' '?' ' ne- N il ire llli'f
?Haiardlag the light of all experience ar.d rec- L
ream to the pl?dgei and dlntlnet unelerxtindlna
whe'ti. from nuppoeeri naaesstty, the Oovernmenl l?
???iied itu greenbaaks. this Nation hun kepi itu flat
afloat linera 1<79 to the cont anet lnjur> to tin people
Of a n*t loun atnnuntlns to more than $S39.'>" DO)),
after alloartng for the inta r??t on the- I |ier vent
lionel", it tvouiii havs required ls '..tk- op the
?*.:ik ,...1.., of _.,? ,.,),,
Tin- iiolih-rs a.r our obligation! at home and
abroad whether National, municipal, corporati or
Individual, al i time when the nm-i frightful strain
wa* rentinx on the whole people in their attempt
re) liquidate their unprofitable Investment, made
during the ipeculatlvi period already referred to.
l*Mltsm| the dailgei to whl.'li they arere eSpOied
aihed their lecurltlei on the es barns..- and hld
away their pr....la, or took it oul air the coun?
try, whll.- the maturing obltgatloni wen refused
renewal*- or extension! ICverytblni In our linan
t'lal syatem aggravated the i Blt lhal followed.
Itverything facilitated the' demands thai tuM not
ha Mt lifted. The patt-aiti.' i**onducl of President
Cleveland, Indicating thai the laxt dollar of St
tiouai .". .i:t would i? exhausted before the r,.,\
i-riini.-tu would dishonor one or lu obltgstlons,
alone temporarllj checked the flood ..f demand
Portunately for the honor of the Nation, fortu
?ur the prosperity of lhe people, th. lia pub
? .rt> al Ihe St. I.o.'!-- Convention declareil
thal the gold t.?:'.:.it.I mini be mu in ta toed F n
nate!) fen the Republican party, there proved lo ?
i:. the Democratic party i grand army of patriot
who loved the f their countrj more titan Ihe
*uccem party, and. at the risk of prln ol
? .''?'? , ?? ferment, supported Mr Mc Kin le)
for the i'v- -iii.a *? v- he ps pen sre wont i" in"
we have nettled! - . rd for four years ni ?
Think of lt! nal Integrity of thi people and
iii. honor ol tht i nlti - na plecemealed
? ? '. ph rs mon
ITT THK RESPONSIBILITY ON THK BANKA
s I the balm of trade rn sgsinst i si
B00.i??.OOU (.. requited to - "? count, where
. . , ,i ..-,,-. pt st the ter of the
l'nlted Staten Tn should ' bi of our In
ablllt) tu maintain gold payment! again -*-iz. le
rurlty-holders, what check could thert be under
? ? . o thi com ? esl in lon ?.: the
gold n ?-. rve a 'na proi remains, thal
- ? . people, and thii they will nol loni: cn
\ r il
to WhlCh ll ll )Uld ne
referre i ? out delnj
lt li left s - ? i.jj ? amoi
flrst-rlaii nations rt 'lina to I
ploded ind ...
Indeed, every ?eeond-rate nation even lm -
. M *R ri.:-, thi
it : ? Ubi ire Auitrta-llun
:? a ry. H and in.ii.i
If the r.-.ii'.! Mr.,;* - Government i- to ''' lt
rr function* t. lt it di
la . open Iti di posit! snd dlscoi i
? ? rebj sequlrlni
powei ? . reaerves anal establtshlns
nS Will prevent tlu . xpeirt of
gold w.lever in hi movement li undesirable
.. ?? ii of ese iping Sal Ional liank
: a ].?. it some th ? he pren* nt plan li in bi
continued. First, wi aisumi full functl i
hnnklni lei ? i altog?thei ont of the quei
tion. Second, we ran tai tbi people whenever the
emerge i % prove, aa lt a Iwaj -
. most expe in ve and I irdemomi pollcj and
Mona -':''m:- Third
: a -I ? .
?; ? rly de mai nded ni
our own expi ? I
'. ii ..? ihi wor d Thia li the ot pt I i solii
i- our only r m*-elv
B ent ol ? ? ;? ernme ? I -
ma nd (ibllaatlni n ls our oi - el nomi pl in
must le . vui\ed s ? ? ? ri emptlot i throwt
i.atik-. wh ?? I p'ii mt il
.- omi ???.??'.
way that
li ? noi ? e iltghtest k to traill
or ."..inn)' t can bi
?
..... (he H err.ment
? ........
HO TO THE R< Xl' OF THK K\ IL
.'???? ? ? -
I ggi
- ? ' xi.: ? ? ? fats weakness ??' our
....
I
d - ? ? -. of re
..-.I iy and ? nt Inue :>i
the quei
laking ni Irrevoe lb ?
rie.tl a.'
r or a .V>
???:.- do Senator, (
Beere I f t he Tn I lr t a t e
For tl - his Oovernmenl
posit there are two disUm : rem
both neceu ? ?
.., -...*-,. nee. .it
~- .!?? ?' I
lt' it*- |a';i pole
hm
? ?
rd. v. li..-i, . ? ? ? .
? ; - . ??
-" ? ?'
i shown tha: State or
? - ? -I..
and dungeroux foi mi fl ?.?',.-.
.ile) ne retire d
I'.other esent trouble, thi
r* I upon our liquid
ivealtti in even part of the country. <**?p* ;'ll- In
t. where re I* little
-i In the I irm of mone] . lhere i- hu i ?
?eal weall respe
I adi : I"! T r.e elli- Ul Ol
ore ' ? - entlon *he iM il ?. . ,
? ' ?- ?? Inti rei I tie l'nlted State*
. I...- ..::- prod ? ? * ? move their cropie and
liandle t: eli manufat ; rei I th. eait
- -? lt' " 1',-t ?
ind insur.iual pr.,":" ? i ? through
? ?? l.,nei. the 1 .it-"! -Stale : ?
-;. item of etaitl rrei
?ONORATl'LATIONS FOR THU SPEAKER
Mr Fowler's mention of thc name of Prea li
"le>\.-land, asserting that hla declaration that
he lust resource of Hu- Government should lie
?xhausted in the ef/ort to sustain tbe rredli eif
he N'Hti'aii alone atayed rf- flood hurrying the*
ountry .>n te. a depreciated standard, evoked the
Irsi real bu bi of enthusiasm the convention ex?
perienced, n waa fi llowed by equally expreaslve
tutbursti when he referred to 'hs* action ..f the
I an i '..n\ ??: tot i ?a that the |
nandun! must be malntslned and rha' the
lemocratli party ? mtalned a lam* elemei
atrlota who dee lined to follow the lead ol I
eade ? - and i nted foi Major Ma Kinley
The Congressman's emphatic statements In
avor eif th*- n?e of the wnrd guld Instead of cola
n National obligation! and agalnat further dls
:-- :, of thi sllvei ' dnage queatlon met 'he
? ry decided approval of the convention, being
requently punctuated by ? Igoroua appia iee
At the close of Mr. Fowler*! addreaa he ua?
lur rou nded bj a crowd of ada ?' I egatee,
ngratulati'
ei ? 1 a Ith '-r I hei pro ?
i m Mian..; , ; \ n Vanslaack, of ? .'hi .-?
?api: bj Coi i Fowler wai referrad I i
he Con Itu.n Resolutl ni a proposition re. In
?? ? ? rpoiai iti senl -
being rejee :*-.l as an In
ractlon of the rulei \ ng vote was taken tn
gpress i - ? ? ipprec at ion of * lie
? ? ? '.?. un in- a dd rt p
Brief add ? Wharton.
af Philadelphia E. tl. C
nd then, the Coi ? fte* ns nol ha\
ng fulfill-.1 lhe ? \ tal
he ? (invention tool tn - - until il.lbi lock
\\'h*'n thi convention reassemble)! al 2 l.'i
('clock. President Patterson announced thai
in Resolution! v .atii.; ? ? i,. * eadj
.. i*ep I n<e p m.. ai d repi ated e 'hali -
nan Hanna'! heip^thai when the report did
invent lon ^ ould proi rod n Ith Iti
ration until final ai lion a ai lake
nant ?( Soi ernor HH^irar.i n Ind
Itted a reaolutlon passed by the Htu'e
. the membera a.f tbi i on*. ? ntlot
., villi the S.-i.at" tbe rourteay of the Hour to
.xtended to rh. The Invitation was accept
? t and a r- cesi i ai lakei 'tn-i1 t i ' lo, k When
he delegate - -a hed tbe State House they found
h<- Senate had adjourned.
?
MR HARP, BON \VOR_ A COMMISSION
Bx-Prei .len- Harri* partmi
11ot el I . ? ? |
:. friend!. The i .-'.? ral
ie af ten eould iblj itan
? pi - ? m
? - : ,
vu? maali': ..,. i ij,. . ? .' fi ,r- io -.n i thal he a ii
ni,,i - hy with t ho m..-. ? mi
- ' t the oi wi re reform In i
lil- W - . He
niii t he mun- quel Ho
nt evening s Itli es-< lot *?? \i
on li Oeneral R V Tra
.. ...
?
u ctn,\ sur ur ,-i/\ r/.vcs
i ?? .
ialntlngi i i ni t bi .l.i-i," I, :' nd V
? Mil ?i^ an ihed hy Robeii 1 unei
net tom er fe Ortgle
inf eve iii ere ? i- ttei I man
nd aomei and although 111 - - nen los
tban Mn.*. ?
. nlni the t .- elna frmti !?'. '?> POO Pi Nos
?? , ? Ipai -..al.- ' Rel in Ins '...ru
. . .J ' Tho a. na
. .\ w :.:?"? .. I ? . ? ll ible.'
,.. w V'erschuur, I28u: "Going ie. the Pteld." by
.? Thom, tir*'. "Appledore i?'. I Isli
Iboali." h\ \rthur yiariiev. f]7" "A Sorwrt
bj ECdwar: Oa) |170: ' Uoonlighl bj
. ?. |iK a Pilot Ha.iiT nfl Newfoundland
,? wini.nu Bradford li. The Cardinal
nflnlshed oil paint n bj M.e late M.rim.. Portuny,
X'totae t'.i" '?>: ktnh Horsemi bj I A
irl Icitkiii 111 When On li ? 'a . b 9
!?: i-nlna i)i [.abra lor " bj .\".
Ol r. ? ern- ' b,
. ?_;, pm Au Arti.' la, ampmenl ' bj
' ,,' |i ..,,.- j. ? i .|.n,!. r-M.-.l -Benevolei ?
, || Dolph |1MI and Ai ma rounuin." bj' J
' Ha mon. $100.
NSW PRESIDENT OF UNION.
THE REV DR CHARLES CUTHBERT BALL
CHOSEN HEAD OF Tin: BEMINART.
i:i:.-|';\ati...\' ..r thi: KK\ ii: THOMAS a HAV.
INOa OM x.-,,a.|- op ii,;. HKAI.TII MM
AtOfTBD \T v MBRTlNd OF THK mt I
iKK- ' rmrncRDAi un h kia.
I.IK Kl.V TO SI
A? the meeting af the Trustees of the I'nlon
Theological Seminary, held in the Institution al
Nu Tm Karka, yesterday, ibe Rev. Dr.
Thomas I liam lin."--, who has been ptrealdent
eif the aetntnary for nine ?.????ire, offered li ih res?
ignation, t.i tak*- .ff--, r one month hence, and
the Rer. Dr Chm - Cuthbert Rall, ot Brook
I; i wu nominated ia. tuc.l him n bad
known among hui colleagues for some timi
j that the doctor wished l | ? up the duties ol
1 the presldencj on account of the condition of
; his health, which, unfortunately, had not been
. rod Although li- was urged I ? aontlnue In
Bice, hi Insisted uriam taking the ste* I
terday, and with mu allowed to
de so
Thomas -Samuel Hastings waa hon
lon Auguat i"*-. 1 ?*-47 ii" was graduated I
'-. Hamil! m College In I.H4S, and from i'm .n Theo
al Seminary n irfil A : ear later hi
? .nm.- th- pastor of the .Pres lytenan Church In
: Mendham, N .1 where h*- remained unt,l IHTrll,
1 when h.- assumed charge of West Presbyterian
j Church, lu th's ? Itj in ISSI he became thi
lessor of aatred rh) l ri In i'nlnn Thee
and the folios nu. ! ear he resigned
rh*- i astorati of w ? ,l'"
ill of his tit- . tn fart -Sine years ai
he wai ected presid ' "
father was Thoma I H wtlngs, -i
iniisia lan snd wrttei ; ???> ;l1"
uiith'.r of '?Chun I v
Tl,,. j... i,- , ? iii ???? Ila I, who * Ul
.... ,.j i ? Haatli gi haa long i.n rec ?gnlzeod
ai am*' of the abb sr Presl ! t< i an | ? ? hera In
K.f....klyn. and hil frc r?? ni ? ontrlbutkiaa to
church literature havel gh rank ai
j a thinker Ih r?u bon In thia " on Beptem
ivv. His fal v" am C Hail
' the head of a proi >erou ?' il I H wai
? dut ated at the homi of irs fatbet
Windsor-on-the-Hudson. Finally, entering Will
iC ? ge ??:. Sej ' mbei I), 1 **??>. be was prad
| uated ni Un claaa of IM~*i Almost Ins ea
ambition was i.a rbrgyman. bul hli
failed hini .?
i'-ai i\ ith ii view of becoming i newapapei mai
;:? fore graduatioi tin I ? ? ? :.? Ine I
nis voice, and in O lober, 1***7.' entered I'nlon
Theological Seminar; and was licensed to pi i
li I.M7-1 He s|ient twa *a abro : eas
.:, the/Weah College In landon, and onJ
li thi Free Church College it, Bdinburgl
turning lo the I'nlted Statei he wai
and accepted a ill to the ? nlon Presbyterian
e 'hun li st N 'w burg
' 1**TT he v a- all?*d to the i
? h. ? 'ki. n ind wa.*, inal a ?.;., lu
nf that year ai
He received Hie degree ? ?;' I>. I >. from the I'ni- j
lit) uf .\'-u V.,i k ,. ISMS!
Dr Hall, In ? .-tipari-. | Sigis?
mund Lasai . ar: i: angelical Hymnal,
and he ls the suth >r of several volui
"Int.. His Marvellous Light" and "Does
? i.i S ire I wo ? :' hla ben
'.' ' ' r k -
H" le lured i Hartford Th< ? - ml nary
In I.SJM. iti the Carei ci tu rae, ami publlahe
und he title r Mit
1 >.er." H? ? a trustee ' the Cnion
Theologies - f th Atlanta
Seminary, Georgia and of William! Col
legi He :.!, ;" |WM in urgi
it
- ? ? na Masai
. 'gall .ti ir: : I
him tu decline In ail . ? -
f thla
*- ? ? "ttl for the exti n ? ? >rk
1?" Hal! tuarn, d M
\ v in i>:.
daugl teri
Dr Hail told a Tribune reportei last nlghl that
listore be a epted the presidency of thc ITnlon
The tl Seminary he would give the subject
serious consideration Onlj duty, ht ?aid
pro*, ?? itrongi r man i he Hei w hi. h bound him tn
?' .- pinn .??. .
ek Dr. Hall a epted i
me the A merl an Edit r >f ' Tin- Bi -
- ir." a I.a.minn monthli journal devoi
ibe review ur rellgloui and aorlologlcal books
The ele Hon of a new presl len! of tl
nan 'ak-1 i'la. - one month from i
presldencj can-tea with ll the Bkinner and M -
Alpin i hair nf pastoral th- I-.).", ai I n --
B ij d, of Nen -Windsor,
: - at I '.wu
Ml:. HUBBELL THEIR CHOICE.
XIV. rs ELECTED PRESIDENT
Bl. UH' ? >P BDI'C XTI' iN
'HE
: )P.KRT M v : v. .
him to the last ' . - io
an: : - ??:..?
'..??'. . .. i .
of Ed lion we ri at
-i p ti, j aaterdi ?
i so-called . elen
ird. s ? ed pr sldei ? foi next
' . ..r ? ? \",
lervstlve" leader w.-... ran f. r ??
itel.
Clerk Mell
roll, evi ry men wai In th
? M in I
i.- ll .?"? ? er ? ' ii *il< d rose
to nominate Mi li ibbell ' li every ??- -111 ?- -
la.ll)\ -.ll-:
a lea vase This Bo li no excepi
minority i i ....
i- ; < re wa*
foi Improi mi i ? -'? m
:: ? ? ? ' '
ng! go I ? ? ?
?
right 1
\- me ' .
unluli
. ai irke I Pn
?: rhe non
?:
rein foi ed lt with a spiri
i resldi i ? and hil parl Ile Ma
I lie ra 111 >' t ow a rd e n
, ?.: met,'- ' i'.i er*J ni* ri
re a gilly i
ol the ti -"? ? - -'? tn H' ' .- ??
tallment, tm Imm. dlate
-
' nilli -I
ed tellers, and the vote wai taken Thi
ne - .1 the resul Mt M lay, 7, Mi
ell. ll. ' 'utiiti isloners A Kt
?
chair His span i l.?
pur- ? Tl ? most i fi
. ?- ? ?
meni We sre on the evi llihing high
ii hooli In this city, ? ? the
kindergarten lystem nu bi extended Th
tem Will, I belle e. event
- bool -- 'tn In thi world
Tin i? iras no den ??! -ttstlon over
Instslllng ..: .Prestdeni Hui ?
tin in- *: ' ? knot [peel
? ? .*. '?' |l K
i M Klroj S ? ?,
tn di llrectoi B vi .
Vu.Hil.
"i. lied th.it lhe 1
ni- nilma ? to ? .. . ?
enti ?? ld le rk- ? ?
thougl the te tri ml|
Board of Supet
? non w i- pa ? ? ? iithorizli . ? nmltti e
fer with the civil 8
? .
new pr
a Board. i
Ile S >'. .li:...ll- '
?"i and fron
- Ile Tl
itafl Hi ??
F'unmai of Ti nd wai -liar
In 187a I le aral lt Ti ?<! wi
? -
ii
? ? ? a ni- ll '?? ?
.- - M ? .
Mr Hubbi ll li rn --.-..
Hi li.- - .' ihi W'estmlniti H
?
?
..?ir. Alumni \-- ?
? IT el i f tne City of New
?fork '? "t the Colonial War-, the -
of the Revolution, tn- L'alv*M-ltj .IuIj and a.e
Bo lieu, of Medical Juruorudenca.
If JW. EMILY A. THO RX'S WILL.
UDOACIM I.KFT TO MOST OP HKII NE AF.
MBLATTVM- HVBUL CHAIUTABLI
BBQCBim,
Tl ' *??? "' Mw f'-mlh A Thorn, th.- wilow o'
William K Thom anei tbe daughter of Commodore
Cornelius Vanderbilt, was offered for probnti
the Burrogate'i of_k*a resterda) Mn Thorn .Heal
oi Di -ember :. Th* ..ala.. nr lier amata ls nol
in Un papen RM resterda* Mrs
i es in her -on winiam K. Thorn, her property
frrsgansett-ave., Newport, logetber with all
irnltur. and honaeboM artlelea contained
?.. and tbe horaei ? mul barnem tn
tin- stat.!.- connected with li Hs abm re-*etves by
rn. will til*, home! No *M Bghtb-svt . So* Pe; ind
111 orati.l-s- and No tt. -fllsth-ave.. in thia etty,
ia of tte.SM Mr- Thorn's daughter, Mn
K iel ll ? a [fe ,, i ;..<? ,?-,. k Kleael, ls
to receive the property ai c.- cornet mt TS roi and
Hals.in -?- .,:.,) ,; M.,|.l.;, [,..,.. atv! NaMMU-et.,
belonging ;., tbe testatrix, losethei with "> ; rop
-art) in Murri- Township, Moirs .-..ari \\ .; . and
aiao Ibe .-urn ..' J.-' ?
lea S *. tia ?'. So ' ? i KV' -t
in -riven in tie ese ;r..r< in
??. i- p?Jd to*Mri Thorn's aranddi igh
!.n : '-?? T. -Baring Ar her .halli ttl! !Tei|i.-r:v
w 111 n" ? ? ? lei '.;.??- rbi propert) ..? No. ...
. i\. i- gitan iu e\. ut on fia the benefli ??'
Ml gi Mdson, Ile - .-ri T. King, Bnd
??>?*???. - trust r,,r her granddaugh?
ter. M - Bmelle T. Post. \- -ii- death of these
- the property will pan to their chll
135,000 la Iel
?i tu Mrs. Thnm's rranddaug
H. Pan i'll .-aiie ,-i rrlv ? i at the
i, Whi ? '
v ? ??:,it |n ;,.f- .
ii dson of tl testatrix Jamel
-1- .
the age of twi
an.I at thal r:tne la -,, r.- .-i.a- tiie money _b
??
mn di t.i . harli ibU or?
and loctet ? Ing S.'a.j.
?" ? ? Bc hoe ". ? ?
ty ot New-York, 12.000,
ten : ro be u*. db) tht Institution a*- ll
de ? rn* ;?? il for I hi cai r ol lc in I ?
ward; to thi Sorthm Dlipensary, tl -DO,
to Mr- Thorn'ii - W .m K Tn.irn, and an
\i' - . irollne T Kls
mainlni hird lu I - be .! vlded ??;;.. :
er aranilion inddaughteri, Her
;?? ? T King, Bm Hi T Pom and Lou lie T Bal
Mn. 1 ?? I have not li
Pan and
Jame* H Parrie rger pn lion for
tintn ? he rea ion 1 I i Inherit frum
arlll i..- n*'
? vi te,| foi han their half* half
... ?
Th, executor* named -n K
Kin ? I lil ? K K .
Alex.ler Barn ire i mpowend to
?
- The -Aili writ - ?! it. ti M ir h I Iffl
w ?- ni idi "'a July 24
?
BEQUESTS OP MAJOR R A. SMITH
HIS NI F.i'E MISS Kl IRTflA
? iMi-iii.: IIKR RCIsATIVgS BE
-
IDED Fi 'ir
Ma R| I Aug i Snail
lia-. ".? \'
al No. ' i A "ir lay
the offl.-e of rhe
ffldavlt stating the i
property wai flied aril ? wi The ext -
nt a mn fi en: to y - J
ii ..? ? . ?. lome ?' t: IOU and t ? I ia i - tm, ? r
hal roper, to Major
inter. Ai Bassett Sn
or ai long i ? - mate ol Insane
fl OO
i '.maa J Sin. . ' ? ?? |
So. 4 Eait Sii
. ?? i -? tained
? . .
ir ned r U also
?
c ?? ? - (riven ?.. Major
ece. Mn. !.-?.'., t Bandi I
re the pa) me it
of til. . ... ndren, Lett) and
I Bal - A fund iffl .ie ai
ol PO.iJOO i yeal ;- t.i be Invested, and that I
Major Smlth'i niece. Marj Jacquelli Bi
emal e ell e ls to a I John ( imi -
Auffui . .-.;: Bmll ?
- nb ? M ii Sn The Ki ?
' 'ompany li ap
?? ... i, wa? ,,, (1|, ,,,,
mi I
\ :
l ho lived li. il Bi ? id sev
name ? wili.
.-? pai ,,_r.. ? is || . . :- i have
mentioned thin w
. -
- ll '*' '.i.l-.l
VVhei \t Smith retired fi rn the ?
Paper Al - Korwl
malnlni p.Tine;- n ii mi ri ?
John '' impbell Smith and I
I tine J. Sn ind i 'inr nu.
?
HOM ? iMPBEI.L'S WH.i. was MAI'!:
k
late w. ' nm i' impbell were a t the
a of 1 dead
lurer. As ls ui
rowd ol - ..ling
ourt
' i \: - - B
The I irmer
? look to ie mon thai yean r,j.i
. ? ?
? ? of Mr Sm' u the iwyi
res up Mr, Campbell'! laal will, ru.,k np rn.'
s k i he tir-ar heal
i i nary, ItAXt bul tmr untl Beptem
? ,. ? of the rein
dat ? i v,.-.-n I ? r and the dead man.
? - iald that s hi n Mr. i 'ampbelj * \ -
m. trying Mn lah he
er hui nd wi na d ihe
the day afi i
arai drawl Mn *-? iva* died Into the
? a ? ". Bhe knew
led oul
rii . - and
- ?
mtln n d Mi Spink, wot
U nu S iramfei
: , ed n to min
?
Robe
1..., ?- a mpbe
I Mr. i "amp . wltneai, "wal
ed ?
?
li the peri
? ? i huting a monumi ni
- it Mi
i amiai- ? man of little a eft.n
lier, al . :. - ? -
Ht! oi
'
;.-. w . ? k-eureU Hr.
. .. ....... Ur. e ampbell waa
tion fur di?
ning of the will In
l.ai.ni - - " ? ' - '
.i ., I,...',,r- thi ll
- etween
Hr impti ??"
. | ni f rai
fllli'tioi i.,
?
v WOMAN"* FORTUNE POP CHARITT
gr -terkel In tha Bupnme
...... -. ,i thi dlitrll n oi of AV, Mt ??'
. . r Ann White Vose, wh( ed on Jai
t been In the
. .... '. ..' re held lt r thi benefli of her
.__ y ] ?;.) recently died
?
- . ? ,1
. ? tees. A larie i imbei
...
?
v Hl'SBAND IQNORED IN A WILI.
. kr % of Mn I ill! KU man thi wlf* of
- -, ,. ? Thlrty-elxth-et..
. a tu th- Human Catholic
- i ' ' "
? > ?bal i" "i'i
... liven t.. tn. Rei Mall k A
y ! , ,,f Itt* la tn. I. io Ihe Rei
* the e'ltnr '
f
lid ttl V'" K"""'' '
,*..r ,ister Man Reilly, NH- Kiernanftvea tbe ram
? at ,...?.' sn giv. ni ? '
l -' A. '"
,,,...- Kiernan, and - m. .
ird and vndr. w K
'"'?? KU ? mut
ll. ri, ,? n: N ' ' ; ' i
Paul Soviet
-. i io be Invested bj ' ?
, v ,r ihsi - ? . " ?? i : ? ? ' "??? ' haren or
Bt Raphael, und the income dlatrtbutad ?nn"*?''>.
Ruins'ths poor of the parUh. The remainder of
the <-e,,nt*. t? given to th<* son. Andrew Kiernan.
The name of the hunt-ami r.f Hie testatrix lu neit
mentione.i in tha will. Patrick Keating I" ai-polmed
? ti ntor.
A REA If. Xi;lt FOR THEA SOX.
BEKHHCT ARNOLD T1OTD hv Tlir: sons
<>F Till-: AMERICAN REVOLUTIOK.
ni!-: thaitor's rAfsn i-ueadbo si \_$vt mt
COLOXEL EDWARD I sr'MNKF* THAT ' Il \ N
!T M ; RPKW, THI .':'i";i". ts POBCKD
TOOtVB iv IXOMALOI s DRCIgtOM
The regular monthly nr.e'tlr-.jr of the Empire State
s ??;.. Sen:- if the American Revolution, which
i ia held issi evening al the Hotel Norn ? wai
inusuall) interesting and entertaining nie.
Tills i? a.-c amte.t fur tareel) by tbe fact that tbe
literary exercise! .consisted of sn informal trial of
li- -i.'iii.'t Ame,hi un a charge of treason. It will be
remembered tha' Arnold wei never sptured, an.l
never tri.-.i for treason; consequently, the leg ii
proceeding! 1j?: eventag were tbe firm ai which hla
cause v..,-. . ?.. ?? ph aded b I Jury.
'."?.? M Depew, prealdenl of the <, ? i. ?-.-. ir
-i'l -.1 ana! ai ted n.ann* r thi
..f luihre, while all tue tr., mben ol tbs satiety who
were present wei led in ;h*- jury. <
Henry W, .-' bett, of Governor Black'! m.
?tal, ? ? - prosei uti while the
defence wss conducted by Colonel Edward A Sum?
ner.
Thi : 2 ? '.- Arr.lael WSJ I'
?r du ed ???? RI hard lt .'lark and read by Colonel
J..hu p ge barf, b> whom ll had bei n pr<
Colonel Backett . the Jury, tmmAo i
notable plea ii.- rehearsed the >areer o' the man
. hara.-.] with treason fr.*ni 'li*- .lavs of hil
through th.- nar. i nd up to I of hil
di nth He admltt
"^1 noble ti Ai uni.I had r.iv.-al .lue- credit, hut
when ttnie had been d then remained alone bi
the memoi rrei -??- ?? d betrayal of ]
?lotting :
'"r pl ? full of pn ?
- of om ta nt quarrellh
? died .a'-. - the battle of I
nilithr n.ive
n-nia-mnersal. bul .. Hf.* nf lavish and extravagant
ie ?? lhai ;?: nged him dee? r into di I
??? : ma! led to hil I - ison Thii fact left
ir an apologtit nr defender, li*- gloried In
hw sham*', he lived lo show the world that he was
American to be tempted ru desert the
?
.'"lonei StinmiT made .an eloquent appeal for his
client. He took up Colone Ba ki fi argument!
tori ral work
? Important point!
? tn.- m lin. i- may
Ik laid iti.r ''u. a;*,; gum. I.i hil argumenti
fur the defence of bli idient upon h.-. record a*> i
ll r prior ta thi timi of ins downfall lt<? i**?l
hil Hate ? ri ?.' ; ;m oi >r the expedltl in to yue
.;. a- i. ak.? i'hampl i n Tlcon
- R d other n.-iai-i of battle Kt "I ha.l
ihone aa i itart of great brilliancy Colonel Sum?
ner > a.ii!rea*is wai _ ?? . humor
and patho* .ma! when ? the hall re
a'.'hlaeii W|. npp|
Trie proceeding* had takei much of the
rim*- allowed for the sa\et-,-i-e? that the learned ,
Judge wa- not lierml'le.l ' ? - im ip th* ? e/ldenjee H
anj length. He laid 1 Ai
nurr \* rythlna emptatlon,
??is . -cample* i ' i ? - 'nun.I
In the (ira sept day and generatl i Hil de -
wai that, s ihn d downfall I I
. . - . ... ......... redlt of the
ment i imei from brave
.
A m..ni; th t wer \! I
General H . ' ? ?.? ra
8 nan !' Kneel ?? nd ' leot - ntoi Bal
I. S Roberti ? A 1- .-? iii ? Edward Weill, H. W.
? - A Tri it Robert Treal el H
W Backett, Ralph E Prime Rear-Admiral Er
lien. li H Clarke, H. R. fl D. M. I
? :? ? ? W. Han., ?' ' i :.-? ! !? I :" Hall, I'""
a; -rei \' .-? rt lu John Wood, I. H
Btes irt. Colonel J - !'. H. ''lark, jr .
William A. Marble, and K Hagaman Hall.
The Nominating commit'.?? irted the foi
"...wini.' nam- -.''I on neal month: Preil
M Depes first vice-president,
Robert B Rook) ?' vic -president, Wal?
ter fl Local e-preildei t General Ralph
B. Primi tar St en M vi right. I
ai.-- ir. I! Btes ? -ar Edward II Hall;
. a Uer li li Abbott
t; Kit tree) it i I --. Colonel john >' Calhoun,
Hall Oeneral Thomaa WHion. I'olopei ,
Frederick X< Grant, Kdward !' Cone. William H.
Kellv, Bherman ll Jeweti ?. i i ' Horal
| g. A. J ?' Foj ? J Las ??:. re M K. M
ri- K Jesup Colgnte I Etelden
M Elwood G. -' ral V P Earli. W W J.
Warrei RI hard H Clarke, William W Kenty. ??
H ti Idgman Oiwab! I' Backui E J Chaffee;
,e. i,-i;.. ?? - large, Charle* Btewart Bmlth alter?
nate General Btewart Wo tdford
THE XXI.Mill i: REPORT.
TEHTKRl-AY'S !.?:? >RD AND ro-DAT*S TOUT. 1ST
r hal fallen fron
? ,.
i'.i ..-? lt ba mr
.v - - . Mounts
dian - ' '?
-
: ? a ? ' - '
? ' ? ?
ai
i sill Mountain dlitiicti
i .
Mi-- - M
\? a*ath? . ghi ai wa ir->ii,
. M a - he Mliwourl Val
. - isl of the Miii
.- - . rhe tempera ? - un the At*
*-*i)RK 'AST IN DETAIL TOR
DAY
flier. |
I ?
night: not i . B ai
nina i
Kef E.n ? ? ?
.
liglit uneaw. i - ' '
Virginia
- - ? ' - '
-
? , -
TRIP'S'.1. l.a? AL OBSERVATIONS
Cf ROVES. Morning.
Night
Bl lilli til iou
30.!
:to..>
In ti * igi ito ? cannan ? wh ti ;.r.? iiia-wr, thi
h u'i;-*. In rh? Tnb ini - *
. . ? . ema th* iii
d ai Perry i Pl._.::. .
T ' :
I '.th ist- ? ? ? ?
.nnd between I."
? he'r.
e
.
? v.
Knay
|'l 'a ? '.' ? -
1/ xhi:iid.
i RR- Attila*!' '
?
? "
Sol - Ab?! di ll
: .: lair--- ?
DIED.
.. - . ? ??? lat J ? 2. ISP?
tiie eighth v?r ot lier ..k- ia-.
? tu Nina U Kt
1
BBBEE Af El
ill
s ;. a. I. ?'.,' ? ?
... I - '? ?
? red a
? - '
\|
i - ?
Heavenly! ? '
lani i" 19 il l" ?
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l .-.'?.. -? ilderce i.f hil mather. > 223
West 134 T ' ?' lt a- t ,
?
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? .1 i- lg ' '*?
..... . , ll
x.:. f)l wa' a - Jan nrv 12. .1 hn '.? ? i I
U S< i
if ten it I
? -,::" a.:*
-
? aga
? . ? _ ?.. ...
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ll VS \N A' I *
13 -'.?: ll ?- ..-a nn^ TT
fat * Than
?vening. Uti
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-
I . ,? --..?.I-.. - Url k . hun ti V J..
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, ?-?ii-n" '.r chi-lM r
."; 14 -I tl
!?, ughkeepaM papen plea** I
ii .?? i- i i ' '' "
lanuary ll l-J'T w ?
__ HU ..-.?? -NY tn
t he- ag* .
_?..*? . C-.untj i.s. ' > Mi -ea?aU lM?_?.) vm^ra f.ammm
copy.
DIED.
n:*.|(\|ei!:K At \\h**?'le.. Long Itland. on WaAnramtT,
Uih ln?'.. Ptwtoe .1 r.uehmore In b?r ATI year.
K'l?llv#? anal frl-net. ai- Invited f,, atterd the funeral
frim rrlea4l M?<*lna lt.>?>'?? We*mhury. I>ong Itlanel. at
IS m.. Krlelav. Januar-, I.S.
.'a-naga.il will ie*t -I 11 a m. 'rain fr-m Is"ng I?lin*l
t*W| an.: Um I" "a a nv nain fr.im* Flltheiah-avl..
f.r -.Wyn.
RUSHMORE- Ai Wl)?:iriv. Ta nf I-'a-'l *A edne^itny.
Januar- 13. at r ling-ring lllremi. Phs=h# J., daugtllir
? iala* TamnaenH arni Amy Richmore.
' rups-ral hereafter
TRAIQC- Kr'?r..| t-t, r. .- M. ti'tav .Tanuary lt. 1*7
Benian-.n I ll T-a?k. ?? ti'.ia l.ve IirgUM, Wo. ? Baal
?>_?: ?? Ne? 1 ,rk ?
A.?The Kenalen f.'emeter-.?Private atattoa, ___"?
lea Rallr .i'l. l.t minu'e?' r.le hr Bl IB! Orand Cttitral
Pipet. Dttir*. ll Raar 42! nt
Special Xoticeg.
A.? Kieentor'! lale.
MAR.-JHALL O. rtORERTS
Collodion
PAIN'TIXGS
-AST)
STATITARY
COMPMSOra cvr.n .ino
REPRESENTATIVE WORKS OF
Amena-in anel P'orejjjn Artia*t%
l:\KER. fiEe-KER,
.BOUGHTON, e\ si leA>,
' illRi'II. COLS,
DI A/.. DURAND.
KARP. ERERE.
oirpi np. oumot X.
ll APT J V. HCNTINOTOII.
JOHNSON, E.. KENNETT.
KOtUC. KULLSR, OL h.
TROTOIf, VERLAT.
ani Othrto,
AND INf'I.l'IiINO
Lentze'i ( Vl^V>r.-?t*?rl Painting,
WASHINGTON*
cftottanro rai delaware,
- ALS
The* Iliuh OlMM
Ki-RN-rrruE,
t**ONflf<TINa nv HAHOOANY RORRWOOBt OAK.
AM' EBONY 1'aRI.i -R UPI:'RY AND REDROOM
PPITES. CPHOUITRRED IN THE RH MEST PEfilON.
AND MATKHIAI.S WITH 811.K AND PLCM POR?
TIERES AND CURTAIN- TO HATCH, I ARPETI,
KIRRI *XA\ CLOCKI .v BRONZRR
NOW IN THR :.AP.a;E mansion.
lu.', ami 1 OT.ith Av*., r-or. UAAa* AH*
?'r.?rs the*', rr iv t? ?? ? ? I ???*-- r'. tai*.
POE PERMIT- AI'PI.V Ti
ORTCrX_B8 * CO^ EMM F*ifth An,
\t the Ania-rlinn Art l.allerlea.
MAI IKON K)l IR . ?OLTH, NK'.'. TORC
PRBP VIKW !? A. M. TO a r?. M.
Till-: KTTKOZ COLLECTION.
MDDKKX I'AI.N'TIXGS,
Ant :<|ne tinei Mnelern Oriental andi
Kuropean C"er*ramie*. Hronzoa and other
Mental "Worlt, Iv**rv f'arting*, I_ao
iiu?*r?,, Ati*-i*?nt .s.rinn, f'unol, Helios.
FI VF Fl'IiMTURK
AND
VALVAHI.E HOOKS.
COLLECTED RT THE LATE
.T. M. MUXOZ
? >? : r-.-t mea.
To lie solel nt at>?oltite? publto sal* by
..r.i,*)- ot Mt-M. I,. C. Munoa, ownar.
On Monday, Jan. Mth, .-mel t.>ll>>wtnc
daya, .it 3-30 and fe* O'Clock P. Mb
Alua, oil b'll'et Vt?'\V
ORIOtlKJlX. DHAWI.VG.
and
wa'h-'.i, i .OXaORB
Xiv
I.'I-FTS K. ZOGHAI'M.
To be sanlei ,-,t. ubsolttta publio sala
Friday fCvanina, Jan. S2d, al 8 o'Cloolc
I .' . al ^ WI ti: i
THOMA. E KM..IV AMERICAN Al v ? "IATION.
i . i ? i ?? r Maaacna
? EAU - ?? - N -SQI ARE.
A.? I'lfih lii-tiui' ?rl .allerlea,
*M PIFTH ?
.)
FREE KXIllHI I li>N\
PA rXTIXG-S, BTATCARY,
Hooks .?*. PUBM1TUM
.. .- M ? ?? Btatw
"MINNKHAILV Bl POH1M
I a
M.,inlay Altarnoon and livoniig,
J.r.... II
RORERT .-"MKi:. ILLI HE! A aa.
At'CTIONRER. M iKAOERR-.
Kv-lllllle Ike 1 ole! - , .'VYt.
md Wliuliilii I " I by B -rmrk. 171
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Porelgn malla for rt" **??'?* - J'' .'J?7,
TRANSATLANTIC V I
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? '-..': Rori .... Turlee . Ka>*|M India. *w
f..r other rar-4
I y ....... re "-. I "i ?-? ' ? Itnm -et I
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m. mt 0.9 taffaa-i.
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