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at-seum. This oetal Is alao the doorkeeper
at the Smmate, and bamees the duty at pre
20m the euorum be has to see that the
qufleulas are orderly. It is alp and tne
whech is the harder tack.
CsL Blight, the preseint toecumbent of the
aIS== hal a wkle esperience to both Daes.
3Me was busy today providing for the bay.
Meery mam his- pay-en had been nott
fled tobe as had this afternsncludimenm
mmen who were om leave. and by noon he
had a care of about forty for nil parpnsem.
There will be about twenty-lie me
b Uy at the galery doors, is
Nb~5b ad a been more oa guard
at the doors of the Aoo. Then
there wth a be four men to semd
heSernirage when there is a cail et the
amate. A carefully revisal list of addreses
has beam prepared, and the dice of the
augnt-t-arges is primed with informa
Sum as to the haunts of the ataa=== hrb
re apt to deift away.
The great trounte is prolosed ma a is
Sb advent et aii-mghteru, who Sock to the
inerles is scoes in the hopse of eding
there a sang wa:m place to anoose away a
eemfertabte night. The doormen of the
aeespecially warned to look out
theeand they are instructed to se
Sbt there is no winkame- or baiskig is the
Yesterday the house eleaning began at the
Senate, and the felt cove-. were removed
hem a good many tables in committtee
stems ad dnst and aired om thle porttces.
This gave rise to the rumor that the mer
genat-at-argas had provided a quantity of
duber robes for his force, is the expecta
Sam that his men would be obliged to dteep
at the CapitoL
CoL Bright suammoned his chief aids to his
diee tis amorning and gave them their
heal iastreetioss in regard to the preserva
tSeO etoder during the rusb that in espect
Od to begin at 4 ar 5 o'clock. Order. were
given to he very particular about admis
drn to the reserved and dlmanic se ale
hSEYNINGe et' A SPEEC3
Nmde e heae Silver *uetles Ia the
These was a dilver speech delivered is
he Senate this afternoon that was not
dowa on the calendar. It came fromn the
he of an itacated individuai. who had
in seine way ananaged to secure a seat in
the bedm' gallery at the southeast corner.
3t was about I o'elock. and Senator Cock
3reM was ia the midst of the third Install
Uint et his speech against repeal 'when the
Mity of the Senate was suddenly startled
SF the sound of a song or chant comning
hem the inebriste in the gallery. He arose
to his feet and walking down the steps
66.d up by the raiilog and called out in a
lad vetee: "'Dilver, diver, diver is my
The doorkeeper rushed tn the gallery at
inee ad prevented the man from any fu~r
er demonstratios. He submnitted to be
led eint of the gallery, and was put in
rge of the elevator conductor, wiso es
6.Sted him to the ground floor, and pointed
est the way to the outside of the building.
The unwelcome guest took the hint and has
not been see since.
Ordeued to 361-1
Dr. Disney of the 1. 8. M. H. corps has
received orders to Biloxi, Miss., on temn
parary duty. It. will be remembered that
during the late storm Chandeleur staSon.
near New Orleans. was washed away and
seor two meen lost from the smarine bo..
ptal service there. Dr. Disney goes, pre
sentably. to reorganise the force there. He
bUt Norfui for' his new post last night and
Dr. Morrs~ will be in charge till his re
Many Fresh (as.s of Yellow Fever
Lom of the Ship Valkyrie in
OER TELGRAPHIC NEWS.
Lst Anew Cases of Tefler Fevew
BRUNSWICK, Ga., Oct. 1.-New cases
et yelow fever are reported today as fol
Colered-Flem Cres, Elisa Blookworth,
Mary Harris, infant of Myrtle Christopher,
Rebecca thorpe, AMf Rocamore.
Whites-W. A. 8tiverstein, Adolph Hem
ter'hagem, W. J. Price, Grey Racet, Johman
a Olsem Mrs. J. H. Craig. Mrs. X. Ober
lauter. OHIe Wood.
Ts following were discharged: Eva How
e, John King. Susan Franets, 1 S. Sears,
hale Bisn. Mary SMaw. Hogan Dunham
Washington French. Rachai Amas Harris
Pinksy. J. B. Davis. Isac St]vgo& At.
Randall and Miss Ea ord.
TEM RISSA'S PASMMeOMUn.
Redemh -=spector jenrs never"
That An Ape Well.
QUARANTINE. S. I., Oct U. 12:30 p. at.
-An inspection of all the passengers and crew
st the steamer Russia was made this morn
Ig They are all weL"
WM. T. JENEINS,
Health Oscer of the Port.
BT. PETERSBURG, Oct. 11.-There were
M fresh cases of cholera and forty-seven
deaths In St. Petersburg an October 4 to 6.
In the mee period there were three fresh
oses and four deaths in Moscow.
In most of the provinces the epidemic has
abated somewhat. O October 4 to 6 there
w , however, In fresh eases of cholera
and 26 deaths in Voihynia, M9 fresh case
and 15 deaths in Kiet, 25 fremh cases and
Is deaths in Voenesh, M freo cases and
U deaths in Ekaterinoslav. In Podolia there
were 1,M fresh eases of cholera and M
deaths between September M and Oc~ 3.
SUM IN TwE QUICKSAEDI.
Pyebabae rate of the LOSE Overdue
AL'IFAX, Oet IL-Two months ago the
shi Valkyrie of St. Johns. N. B., left Syd
ney bound for New York. Eace then noth
iag was heard of her until yesterday. when
the government steamer Lansiown arrived
here fam able Island, bringing news that
fe buoys deck house and other wreckage
from, the Valkyre had been picked up an
Sble Is.an. The ship had evidently met
her fate n ase of the sand ber and been
swalowed up in am of the treacherous
quicksands of the Iland. Nothing had
been heard of the captain and crew and
dsubtles they have set a watery grave.
PROW. SMTE'S CASE,
Mffeefg of the Ohi. Syned to Coasidee
CINCINATI, Oct. IL-At last night's
aMeOM of the Ohio synod of the Presby
brian Church Rev. A. A. E. Taylor of
Columbus was elected moderator by a
vote of 12 to so cast for his opponent. Rev.
J. C. Hnllidmy of Zanesville, who was sup
ported by amost every anti-Smith man.
Dr. Taylor Is regarded as a moderator
who will select the ecmmittees with fair
Rom to both side. As soon as Dr. Bryan
had announced the program for this morn
ing the synod adjourned uatil 9 o'cloca.
The Smith beres- ease will likely be re
ferred to the Judicial committee and much
interest is manifested " to the eonpol.
tion of that Committee.
nEATEN XY EUMIWAYMEN.
They Wome Angey at Seesing ily 91
PeOM Tibete Vietfin.
BROCKTON. Maim. Oct. IL-One of the
mnst daring highway robberies ever known
in this section was committed last evening
en the road to Whitman. near the Whit
man and Brockton line.
James Hayes. a well-known resdent of
this city, formerly in the liquor business,
and George W. Simmons. who resides en
the Whitman road, were returning from a
ride to Whitman when four men suddenly
stepped from the woods, one catching the
horse by the bridle, another striking both
men in the wagon with a heavy branch of
a tree. Hayes was dragged from the car
uiege, brutally assaulted and robbed by the
rMnans. then placed in the carriage, and hie
coaniotn told to drive home. Hayes Is In
a terrible condition. His face is crushed to
a Jelly, his body is badly bruised and hae is
is a precarious condition. He could not
identify his aseallants.
Mr. Hayes usually carries a large sum of
money on his person. but last night had
only P, which the thieves secured.' They
were evidently actuated aiso by a spirit of
CROWDS AT TIE FAIR.
Tssamsgaediam Linee at caagm
CHICAGO, Oct. 11.-A vast multitude of
visitors poured into the fair grounds fromn
the minute the gates were opened, and as
the day is eves Suer than yestenday there
is reason to believe that the paid admis
siams will be greater than yesterdays
mark of asaIa
All the transportation lines were swamped
with people, and thona living in Hyde
Park were compelled to walk to the fair
grounds or ride down town hrst if they
wanted a meat.
Leave of absence for ten days is granted
Capt. Christian C. Hewitt, nineteenth in
Ieave of abeence for fifteen days is
ganted Capt. Lawrence L. Brut, ordnance
Leave of absence for seven days is granted
Capt. Jacob F. Munsn. mixth Infantry.
Leave of absence for fourteen days is
granted Capt. Charles Richard, asitant
Leave of absence for three mouths is
granted Second Ideut. Charles A. Redskin,
The leave of absence granted Col. Chas.
E. Cosmptos, foprth cavalry, is extended one
Leave of absence for one month is granted
Second Lieut. George W. Gatchell, fourth
First Lkjt. Madison M. Brewer, assistant
surgeon, will proceed to Fort Leavenworth,
Kan., for tcmporary duty during the ab
sence of Capt. Charles Rtichard, assitant
surgeon, on leave.
By direction of the President, War i3e
partment order detailing Second Lieut.
Frederic D. Evans, eighteenth infantry, as
p rofessor of miltary science and tactics at
Vincennes University, Vincennes. lad., is
A Califernia Carnal.
The meeting of the House committee onm
rivers and harbors yesterday was addressed
by Representative Hilborn of California In
favor of his bill appropriating 150,000 to Im
prove the canal between Oakland and Ala
Mlr. Curtis of Kansas also addrosmed the
comnmittee on his bill to authorize the con
struction a41d maintenance of a d1am across
the Kansa river within Shawnee county,
Assiatant Seeretary DeAde.
Assistant Secretary McAdoo has return
ed from New York. where he went to see
the yacht races and, Incidentally, to super
intend the transfer of his personal effects
to his new home at 1707 Q street.
Phaee-apha Frenm the Sntlet.
Judge Lamareux, commissioner of the
general land office, is In receipt of a set of
photographs giving a counterfeit present
ment of scenes on the opening of the
The Jura-Simplon Railway Company has
contracted with the Prand Company of
Hamburg and Locher A Co. of Zurich to
cut a tunnel through the Simplon, at a cost
of -. ?4hUma es
i wA.L 9Tam3.
sEtn WaStISg fe Reniable New r Uw.
special Diwpateh to The UresieT sBti.
NEW YORK, Oet. IL-Speculation this
morning showed signs of weakness and the
few bull- traders'1t the room found nothing
sufficiently encouraging in the situation to
warrant an advance in prices.
Initial figures recorded fractional varia
tions from yesterday's closing, but the
tendency was clearly toward loWer prices.
London was higher and fbr no special
reason, except that It may have been a bear
maneuver to get a high opening for seling
Late advice$ from Washington are by-no
means encouraging to believers in uncondi
tional repeal, and the course of prices today
reflected the renewal of doubt and uncer
tainty as to the ultimate result of the
struggle In the Senate.
The market baa for weeks been held In
check by senatorial tardiness and prices
were the barometer that indicated the prob
able degree of sFccess for the anti-silver
men, as indicated by the character of the
debate. Washington dispatches, predicting
the triumph of a sound money policy, never
failed to produce a rally, and advices which
suggested a COmproinise were invariably
used to discount the rise and bring on a
Sterling is reported to be firm at a
slight advance. BiDs continue in good
supply, but broker. are asking high prices
for them, especially those drawn against
cotton sales. Indications point to an ad
vance later In the week. when some sterl
ing loan. will mature and lead to an in
cresed demand for foreign exchange. Post
ed rates today Weft 415.
As predicted =eei days ago, St. Paul's
earnings for the, first week this month
show an Increase of "%o0n. This report
was construed to be a foreshadowing of a
general improvement in railroad finances.
Traders took advantage of the oppor
tunity to mark up prices, but the rally was
limited and short lived Missouri Pacine
vindicated the policy of the bears in that
property by showing a decrease for the
irst week this month of $M,00 and a
total decrease since the first of the year
Union Pacific improved slightly on ad
vices from the west announcing that the
threatened strike was off, and that no
reduction in wages would. be .sade.
The financial conditon of the company is
such, however, that selling orders are con
stantly in the nidrket to' 0t out stock on
Nashville was Setive again today at bet
ter ffgures, but rumor justifies the selling
movement In this stock on the ground that
the next dividend will be pas*d
Sugar and distillers- were. -advanced on
pool manipulation. to 921-8 and 321-2, a
gain of I 3- and 2 per cent .respectlvely.
In the regalar Lst New England was set
back 1 1-2 per cent to 28-8. Rock Island,
11-4 per cent todS 3-4, and Burlington, 11-8
per cent to 80 5-8. The remainder of the
list was dull and without special feature.
The clearing hunse statement shows ex
changes, #1,483,19S: balance* 398275,
and the subtreasury's debt balancs, 31,114,
The loan committee eanceled 33,705,000
certificates and called .00,000 additIonal
for cancellation tomorrow. Total now out
The last hour's trading.was dull and un
interesting, but the.prices recorded during
this period were at or near the best figures
of the day.
V'aANC!AL AND- LOnIEERIA.,
The tallowinar e theauaml tha birhest an dibe
lowest ad the l e 3 the Now Tark steek
mmhe w Yok stek e . ae
UMs. Mow*s & be ag. We. 201 :w
aee, "Veb. w. C01.
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Northern Parite p5,. 3 11.4
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lar call-12 o'clock m.-WasbInte
bid. l12% 1aked.
District of Ontambia Uamd.-2D.year fund 5S,
104 bMd, 107 aked.' Water stack la, 1901, ear
reey, 110 bId. 30-yer fund 6m, gl.110 bId. Wa
ter atock isa 1903, cerreecy. 112 bId. L.e, fusd
lag, curreuey. 105% hbd, 1 skd
Milscellaneoes Beed.-W dagten sad George
town R. R. toe,. eS, lst, 120 bId, 150 aked. Wash
Iagtos andI Georgetown 3. R. easy. eS, 2d, 118 bId,
1-40 aked. Washingtea Market Conapemy let da,
10 bid. Washtestem Market Company Imp. eS,
100 bMd. Wanhlagtos Market Compasy cst. es.
200 bMd. W'atote Light Infatry 1st e, 98
bMd. 102 asked. Washingtoe Light Inantry 2d 7.,
96 bId. Washiagto.OGas Company Sm. metriea A,
115 bMd. Washingtoe Gas Company 6S, series IB,
116 bMd. Washington Gas Ciapaay emir. 6S. 120
bid. Ecklngtoe R. R. S, 100 aked. Cheonae
and Potomac Telephoe 3g, 100 asked. Capitol andi
North 0 Street R. R. Is, 100 asked. Metropolitan
R. I. corn,. Sm104 asked. U. a, Electrie Ight
coa.t. Us, 105 bli 115 asked.
Natenal Btank Stocks.-ilaak ot Washingtoa, 300
bId. 400 asked. Bask of the RepublIc, 2ND aked.
Metropolltan. 200 aked. Centmal. 303 asked. See
ned. 150) aked. Farmer. and Mechaies', 200
asked. Cittzees'. 180 asked. CalumbIa, 150 anked.
CapItal. 134 ankesa. Went Red. 110 asked. Trader.',
110 aked. Inroln, 92 bId. 105 aked.
Railroad litoeks.-Wnabhtatem and Georgetown.
275S bId, 380 aked. Metropoltan, 5 aked. Co.
Inabla, 65 asked. Capitol and Nor-th 0 Street, 25
asked. Erkingte. aad Nidlers' Deme, 15 bId, 25
aked. Dork Creek, 100 bd. .
Insurante Iltoeks.-Vlrcee' 48 aked. Frank
Hts. 5 aked. Metropoltan, ND asked. National
Ttao. 2) aked. Arlington, 20 asked. Columbia,
16 aked. Riggs. 6% bMd. People's, S bMd, 5%4
asked. LInrol.*7 bd 9 asked.
Title Ineurance stocks.-Real Etate ThIsl, 125
asked. Columonoa Title. 6% bid. aked.
GIan and Eteetric Light tocks.-Waabiagtea Gas,
47 bMd. Georgtown Ga., 47 bid. U. 8. flectric
LIght. 100 bId. 115 asked.
Telephone flacks.-Chesapeeke and Potomac. 50
asked. American Grapbophone, 1% bMd. 2% aked.
Misecelnneua Stocks.-Washington Market, 12
aked. CGreat Falls Ice, 130 asked, Bull Run Pan
sema, 35 aked. Pneumatic Gun (arriage, .80
Safe Deposit and Trust Onmespnles.-Natinnal Infe
Deposit anl Truast Compan. 130 asked. Washin3
te Lan ans1 Trust. 141 aked. America 0ecurity
andi Trust. *1t4 bid, 121 aked.
* RE dividend.
BALTIMORIE. Oct. 11.-Floer quiet, unchanged
receIpt., 8.3611 I-arrels; shipmens 212 barrel.;
sales. 725 barrels. Wheat steady-No. 2 red, spot,
67%4a67%: October. 67% bid; December. 760i0;
May, 77%=77T%; steamer No. 2 red, 04%alH%-re
eipta. 18.242 bushel.: stock. O910.004 buahela; sale.
119,000b huakela; milling wheat bcy sample, 67a68.
Corn steady-mixed, spot. 47%sa47%; Octob~er, 46%a~
474.: year. 4M5-recelpts. 7,105 bushels; atock.
24,522 bushels; malee. 3,000 hoahela: white corn
by sample. 54; yelilow cern by iample. 50. Oat.
steady -No. 2 whIte weetern. 36a86%; No. 2 mIxed
western, 34a341Vrreceipts. 5.000 husbeln; stock.
171,Sg63 bushels. Rye quiet-No. 2. 82--receIpts.
150 bushels: stock. 18.373 bushels. Hay Arm-good
to choice timothy. $159aS16. Grota fretchts dull,
unchanged. Cotton firm-middling. 8%. F~a
steady--19%; nearby, M20%1. Coilee quielt-RIO
cargoes, fair, 19; No. 7, 18%4. Other article. us
ItALTIOrtE. Oct. 11.-Vlrglnta consols, threes.
38: BtaltImorce and (Rhin stock. 68%: Btaltimore and
Ohio smnthweaterni tlrsts. 104: ('oagolidated Gas
bonds, 106.100; do. stocks, 57a57%4.
Chimse Gcain and Preylie. Marks *'
Specal Dispateh to lhe Dreeing sar.
CHICAGO, Oct. 11. 151.
Opeaa. Bigbest. Lowent. Clothe
Nny 74'. .4's 7Vt -1%.
0mb-Oct. -1% *' 9 7
L.ard--Oct. 9.65 58 93 0n .tr
Receipts an Cie~sao-Wheat. 211 Cars: corn. 474;
oats. 274; hogs.:20.000.
Mr. Luther Short of Indiana, who has just
been appointed United Sltates consul general
at Constantinople, was at the State Depart
rnent today receiving his final Instructions,
prloy to hi. departure for his foreign post
(Continued fref First Page).
251-Valkyrie went into stas at about
2:5, and stood of shore on the stat
Yachts now off Higlands about one and
a half miles off shore. The Valkyrie
leading and is to windward. The Valk
has gone about on starboard tack.
2:1 p.m.-Valkyrie gone about on port
3 .mL-From here it appears that Vigilant
has gained and Is now about four lengths
astern of Valkyrie.
3: p.m.--Valkyrie came about on the port
tack again at about 2:58.
V ~t refused to rplit tacks and stood
on e Starboard reach. Both are now on
the starboard tack.
A WARRANT FOR MANN.
The Case to So Taken by the Health
Oe to the Pollee Court.
The summer excursion season is about
over and persons will not have much occa
sion to travel up and down the river and
get a dose of the odors just below Gles
bome where the dead animal rendering
factory of Patrick Mann in located, The
health ofcials, however, are taking advan
tage of the cooler weather and are endeav
oring to rid that part of the District of the
As publshed in yesterday's Star the re
inspection of the place revealed a high
board fence about the front of the place as
the only change since the inspection Bade
several weeks ago. This afternoon San
itary Inspector Shepherd swore out a war
rant charging Mr. Mann with maintain
ing a nuisance.
The warrant was sent out and will prob
ably be returned tomorrow.
Mu. Diagham's Preposed Pestal Re
Representative Bingham of PennsylvanIa
Yesterday introduced in the House a num
ber of bills relating to the postal system.
Among the more Important of them were
A bill fixin the rate on second class
mail matter, daily papers excepted, at I
cent per pound.
A bill consolidating mail matter of the
third and fourth class and making it mail
able at the rate of 1 cent for each two
ounces or fraction thereof.
A bill to provide for the return of all
second-class matter uLsold or undelivered,
at the rate of I cent for every four ounces,
and another bill proposes to extend to all
places having a population of not less than
6,000 the free delivery system.
Several other bills introduced by Mr.
Bingham propose to allow any letter car
ries or clerk in a post office who is disa
bled by any casualty whilein performance
of his duty three months sick leave in
addition to his regular leave; to allow post
masters in Arst and second-class offices to
suspend clerks and employes, without pey,
for thirty days for neglect of duty or4s
obedience of orders; to authorise post
masters to purchase stamps from the pub.
lic on presentation, provided they are not
soiled or otherwise damaged, at a charge,
to be fixed by the Postmaster General,
not exceeding 2 1-2 per cent of their -face
value. A number of these bills were pre
sented in the last Corgress by Mr. Bing
ham and received the favorable action of
the committee on post offces and post
roads, of which he is a member and was
NO CIaNG3 IN THE R113.
The President Lives in the Ceuntry,
but Receives at the White Hese.
The President comes into town from
"Woodley' about 9 o'clock in the mornim
and eransacts business at the White Hoesq
as usual during the day. It has bd4p
generally known that the President dem
not receive visitors on Monday. 10lil
fact that the President has taken ug:4
residence in the country will not neceeseMa
any change in the White House rules' for
the reception of visitors. The President will
not receive on Mondays. Tuesdays and
Fridays are cabinet days. This leaves Wed
nesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays for offi
cal visitors who are not after office either
for themselves or friends. The latter class
will not get farther than Mr. Thurber's
The President will close his office about
4:2 o'clock and will drive out to "Woodley"
for Alnner. In case he desires to confer
with oincials after oflice hours he will write
them to spend the evening with him at
Woodley. All othe. persons will be discour
aged from calling there to we the President
on Drivate business. Private Secretarr
Thurber left here this aftetnoon for Detroit
to bring his family to Washington. He will
be gone about a week, and will spend a day
or two at the world's fair. Mr. Pruden will
act in his absence and will undertake the
delicate task of determining whether a
visitor's business justifies a personal aud
ience with the President.
Patents were Issued yesterday to District
inventors as follows: Albert F. Kingsley,
smoke-consuming furnace; Charles. C.
Whelan. table attachment for chairs; Wil
liam C. Howard. mail marking machine;
Albert F. Kingsley, locomotive or ether
boiler; Thomas J. W. Robertson, stovel
Geo. M. Wheeler, exhibition a
Charles S. Tainter coin controlled *tVIE
Patents were issued to Marylande~s
follow.: Nicholas Wagener, Baltimore o.
pellet.; Martha Beck. UnIon Bridge, tbe
leaf support; John O'Donnell, Mouhb1
Lake Park, window shutter and curtal*;
Levin Lake. Baltimore, umbrella covetr;
John B. Adt, Baltimore. conveyor belt;
Lawrence D. Boyce, Bush River, and J. C.
Thompson, Baltimore, ribbon attachment
for typewriting machines; Nathaniel J. W.
Duncan. Parkville, lubricator.
Virginla Inventors were: Harry H. Rum
ble, mosquito-net frame; James H. Scoggin,
Petersburg, edr coupling; John 8. Whit
worth, Berkeley. stakeholder: Hon. G. Wad
1ey, Wytheville, loading device for lumber
Chief Clerk Osgood of the office of the
fourth assistant postmaster general, has
returned from New York.
Fourth Assistant Postmaster General
Maxwell is expected In Washington tb
Commissioner of Patents Seymour wrif
The story to the effect that A. C. Barss,
post office inspector for the Cincinnati
divsin, adbeen dismissed and that See
reayGresham had requested his rein
statement and that Postmaster General
Bissell had denied the request, was a pure
fake. It was widely printed and was cal
culated to do an Injustice both to the Sec
retary and to the Inspector. Mr. Bars.
voluntarily resigned and Mr. Gresham has
had no connection with the case. Yester
day Mr. John F. Salmon was appointed to
fill the vacancy caused by the resignation
Premetiens in the Pay Department.
The retirement of Pay Inspector Steven
son will result in the promotion of Pay
Inspector T. T. Caswell, Paymaster Robert
W. Allen, Passed Assistant Paymaster Lit
tlefleld and Assistant Paymaster Simpson.
A Chief Clerk Resigns.
Chief Clerk M. A. Jacobs of the general
land office will resign. SIx weeks ago he
notified Secretary Smith of his intention to
quit. His resignation, It Is untderstood, will
take place about the last of the year. lHe
will return to- the practice of his profes
sion as a banker in Wisconsin, where, as
he puts It, he can live more comfortably
and make more money. Mr. Jacobs was
appointed about six months ago. Nothing
is known in press circles as to who will
Ineerporating a Medieal College.
John D. Hlird, M. A., Frederick Swett,
M. I)., Samuel M. Mc~lilan, M. D., John
J. Slattery, M. D., Samuel A. Muhieman,
M. D., and J. T. Hensley, M. D., today filed
articles Incorporating "The National Home
opathic Medical College,"~ the incorporators
being named the directors for the first year.
The branch of science to be taugC, is
termed "the art and science of medicine
and surgery,"~ and nine professorships are
to be established, viz: Anatomy, physiolo
gy, chemistry, and toxicology, meteria med
Ica and therapeutics, theory and practice
of medicIne, surgery, obstetrics. gynaecol,
gy and diseases of children, bacteriology,
histology and pathology, rhinology and
Fell With a Lighted Lamp.
Mrs. Hannah Suff ern, aged fifty, fell
down the cellar stairs with a lighted kero
sene lamp In her hand at her home at
Corning, N. Y., yesterday morning. Her
son heard her scream and ran to her
assistance. He found her lying prostrate
over the lamp and her clotbes on fire. He
extinguished the flames and carried her up
stairs. She dIed five minutes later from her
burns and the fright of the accident. Four
children urie her.
TALKING TIME AWAY.
(Continued from frst Page,
"Not Oat I know of." said Mr. Palmer.
Mr. Voorhees (Ind.)-My attention was
called'yesterday by the distinguished Sena
tor from Ohio (Mr. Sherman) to a fact of
which I was not aware the other day, that
is, that there Is a continuing provision of
law authorizing the Secretary of the Treas
ury to bullion for subsidiary toin.
Mr. = sL-Thee s no doubt about
Mr. Voorb'es t is a large discretion.
It may amouitto 0%000,00. We have but
77.0W,0 subsdia1'o silver coin now. We
ought to have much more.
fr. Coakrell-There is no question but
that the power to coin subsidiary silver (a
legal tender to the amount of $10) Is con
tinued. Nobody doubts that. That Is a
class distinction. For the great toiling
classes there Is to be a silver coin, a legal
tUnder for 8:0; but for the millionaires and
aristocrats there must be "gold, precious
gold." I am opposed to class legislation on
money or on anything else.
WHEN INTERUfT WAS PEPAIED.
Seretsry Carlisle Given the lafes'mn
ties Asked by Mr. Allen.
Secretary Carlisle sent to the Senate to
day a response to the Allen resolution in
quiring under what circumstances the
Treasury Departsment had anticipated the
interest on bonds since July 1, 1810. The
Secretary says authority for advance pay
ments of interest Is found in the act of
March 17, 1164. With two Insignificant ez
ceptions the disbursements on this ae
count have been made without deduction
or expense to the bondholders. When in
terest was anticipated the conditions of
the treasury and of the business of the
coihtry were such as to make the ezer
class of the power advisable, if not impera
The Secretary then enters into the details
of the payment, beginning with the year
1M1, when the effort was made to change
the 5 and 6 per cent bonds to 3 1-2 per cent
bonds, redeemable at the option of the gov
ernment. As an inducement to surrender
the 6 per cent bonds in exchange for 3 1-2
per cents the treasury offered to prepay
the interest' to July 1. and so paid out
152W6611. Interest was also prepaid to the
amiounX of 454?.231 to August 12, 1881. on
account, of 5 per cent bonds.
The Secretary shows how to afford relief
to the money market and prevent the fur
ther accumulation of a surplus of Septem
ber 24 131, the department called in 120,
O000 in bonds and announced its readiness
to redeem weekly during October following
U2,000.000 in 3 1-2 per cent bonds, with Inter
eat to date of redemption. Under like con
ditions. in 183, beginning August =. the
treasury announced that it would accept
I56,600 of bonds weekly for redemption.
During,,the months of August. September
and her of that year nearly a quarter
of a m on of dollars was prepaid in inter
Again, toward the close of 188K, the com
mereik and financial situation called for
prompt action, and anticipated interest in
the sum of 1.36.743. which was returned to
the channels of trade with great benelit to
the country and without embarrassment to
the treasury. In May. 1817. -the last of the
bonds redeemable at the governnent's pleas
ure were called. There was no way of
putting out again the surplus to the people,
except by bond purchases at a premium, or
by deposits in national bank depositaries.
Doubting his authority to purchase bonds
not required for the sinking fund, the Sec
retary again anticipated interest to the
amount of $O1,2,106. The Secretary
quotes the renort- of the controller
of the -qurrency. describing the circum
stantes ader which the payments of in
ttrese were deemed advisable In the fall of
1W8b& up to September. 10.
NWfe1%6 to bank failures in New York.
si4W @Jbitanglement of Baring Bros., in
P d"~ says that the department of
f vatol'i'Shase bonds at that time had for
t eir object the relief of severe monetary
stringency. The operation of the treasury
then rendered imperative not only by the
financial and commercial interests of the
country. but by the largely Increased reve
nues due.to pending tariff changes and to
the act of July 14, 10 which. added to the
available cash balance, over $54,000,000, re
sulted in the release of over 160000,00 of
which $11MM represented prepaid inter
The anticIpation of. 206 interest due on
September 3, 111, was offered as, an Indue
ment for the -exchange of 4 -1-3 per cent
bonds for - mer cents. During the recent
monetary stringency and general deprse
sion of business it was deemed advisable tp
anticipate.'the Interest due ;JuLy 1 and Sep
temiller 1. 1W3, and 4,AU.84 andCA 211,82 weft
disbursed a few days in advance of the date
TE BOTTLERS ADJOUR1N.
Offeess Chesen and Riekmond Seleet
ed fe the Next Meeting.
In addition to a formal vote of thanks
the members of the American Bottler'
Protective Association at the second day's
session of the convention at Metserott Hall
today rose to their feet and gave three
-mng cheers as a slight expresion, of
tM"ggplation of the hospitality ex
-fn them by the association of this
e j'hbq~ittlers a-re delighted with their
r dpb tere, with the city and with their
Smembers of the local association.
session today was marked by an earn
eqt attention to business, and by a large at
tdlixe of the delegates. It was found
possible to finally adjourn. Among the
resolutions adopted was the one referred
to. in which they placed on record, their
official approval of the Washington mem
bers as entertainers.
Otloers .were. elected as follows: Presi
dent, Samuel C. Palmer of this city: first
vice president, Thos. A. Dukehart of Balti
more; second 'vice president, Win. F. Holl
wedell of Brooklyn; third vice president,
Walter Gubner, New York; recording sec
retary. E. Seely, Brooklyn; corresponding
secetary 3. J. Von Dohlen, New York;
treasprer, Wmn. Leighte, New York; execa
tive comttee. Henry Wills. Philadelphia,
chairnan; Henry Tonges and J. Lebkuch
ner. New Yolk; H.McKeever and L. Dashee,
Pennsylvania; ,Charles Jacobson of this
city; J. Heinueling, Baltimore; H. Rehn,
Jersey City; D. S. Gihuly, New Haven,
Conn.; P. Reiley and J. E. Smith. Brooklyn;
George Herman, Newark. N. J.; Walter
Stapleton, Bridgeport, Conn.; Henry Mete.
Chicago; H.Wetter, St. Louls; J. C. Buffum,
A Missionary Toiur.
Richmond. Va., was chosen as the place
to hold the next meeting of the convention.
Some of the delegates wanted to go to
Boston, but it was said that In the south
the principles of the association were not
well understood, especially by the trade,
and It was urged that by holding a ses
sion in Richmond not only the regular
business could be attended to, but In ad
dition they would be able to do some mis
sionary work and thus advance the com
mon cause. So It was decided to make
an advance on Richmond next year.
The Chicago association became a mem
ber of the national organisation. A num-,
ber of earnest speeches were made In re
gard to the value of co-operation, and Mr.
H. S. Harris, an ex-president of the asso
ciation and at one time a member of the
board of aldernien of New York city. who
is saId to be the best talker in the con
vention, made an Interesting address. In
which he spoke of the progress made since
the formation of the association five years
ago. Mr. Harris is known as the grand
father of the association, because he was:
one of the pioneers of the movement which
resulted In Its formation. The conven
tion has been a successful one and har
been well attended.
The duty of urging upon Congress the
importance of adopting a general law for'
the protection of the property handled by
the members of the association was In
trusted to the executive committee.
Mists MI. L. Jordan wasn given a recep
tion Monday night at Zion Baptist Church
In. honor of her return from the world's
fair. The ceremony was under the auspIces
of the Miss Gibbons' Working Club. The
guest. were Mr. Philip Latner, Dr. C.
Childs, Rev. W. J. Howard, Mrs. Jordan,
Mrs. Julia C. Collior, Mrs. M. L. Whalls,
Miss L. 0. Stewart. MIss Hattie V. Le'e
Mrs. Emma Smith. Messrs. M. Gross, B.
Biurrill, M. L.' Mlddleton, Henry Green,
Win. H. Boan.
Paysakter Sullivan's -Case.
The case of Paymaster John C. Suilivan
has been submitted to the President for final
action. Sullivan iras convicted by court
martial of financial irregularities and sen
tenced to dismissaL, and it Is undersoo
that the Secretary of the Navy has approved
thefindins of the court. His fate is In the
ADMIA. eW O ANsPMrg
It is a War See Psa.e s Was
Agala-t Pseiaea - -
The New York Herald's Moatevideo sp
cal cable dispatch says: The rebel 'amral
has issued another manifesto in which he
declares that in case of his suem ever
President Peixoto he will adhere ridly 'to
republican institutions and fosn of gar
This is a heavy blow to the hopes of those
who thought his revolt Cloaked a loyanst
plot to restore to Brazil a deposed mea
The manifesto was publised yesterday
and is addressed to all Braglians. It says
that since the 4th day of September-last the
people have seen unfolding- before their eyes
a lnDg panorma of naturally painful events,
which have been due solely to the ietaer
Peixoto's obstinate deterba,.. to Wid
on to power at any cost.
Peixoto is charged with i- the e
stitution and sacrincing the mnst vital ve
sources of the country by exngp~ it far
many months to a civil war.
"I have solemnly declared." Xelo cotn
Us, "and now repeat, that neither I nor my
companions aspire to power for our own
"Our only object is to save and restore
peace to this oppressed country. to liberate
the people who have been subjugated and
sacriiced by the iron hand of tyranay..hi
the inconceivable want of patriotimn and
reckless ambition of the chie of the gov
ernment, who refuses to submit the
clamor of public opinion. which deueiat
his hands the restoration of peace in the
disturbed province of Rio Grande do Bu
and the abandonment of wer.
"Unfortunately there hve sufered by
this patriotic revolt which I have led &er
tain innocent persons.
"But even they. I feel sure will not fal
to sympathise with those who have without
any motives of personal nterest Made
themselves the defenders of their rights
and Uberties and are now fgh
ly for the salvation of tree republl'apr
"Therefore if some Persons fan victims to
the movement and If the as of army
life causes brother to brother
thus seeningly con our avow
and proven intentions to do what is right.
all Brazilians ought to recognise the truth
and see that the blame for these l
occurrences falls entirely. not upon
who -are attempting to save the country.
but on him who. through an awful agibitioa,
has brought on and unpatOmMcatly main
taned a civil war in the bosoem of the
"I am fully convinced of the nal triumph
of the campaign which we have undertake.
because it Is the cause at liberty and re
publicanism and means the redeotion of
the country from oppression and tyranny."
The United States war Yantie has
just arrived at Montevideo F Retrib
on her way to Rio.
The Menre Deetuis.
Much anxiety is felt to know what ne
tion President Cleveland will, isruet Mi
later Thompson to take with regard to
the question of supporting the Argentina
and Chilean ministers in Rho in thier pro
test against local diplomats of other naties
interfering between the belligerents.
They have raised the cry 'Amestem ftr
the Americans," and assert that this is just
the time when the Monroe doctrine should
be unmistakably asserted.
They declare that other American govere
ments are well able to do all the laterfer
ing that is necessary between the Brasdilan
contestants, and they are lookiag to the
leader of American nations to come to the
front now and asert herself.
Only Uruguay. among Smth American
nations represented in Rio, remals oso
tral in this matter.
DUATE O MRS. W. W. .G 3Uggg.
She Passe. Away Tie Mgegmta So
Mrs. Johnston. wife of Dr. W. W. John
ston., died this morning at her residence on
K street, after an illness that presented no
serious features until a few weeks ago.
Although Mrs. Johnston was not in her
usual vigorous heath lat spring she kept
about almost as well as umual and acgemm
panied Dr. Johnston and their children to
his summer boome up In Maine, where sh
quickly regained her lost strength. The
crue blow that came to her In the sad
death of her eldest som the latter part at
the summer while he was starng with
friends on a ranche in Colorado dealt her
the death stroke. It will be reaembered
that the young. man. who went west for
his health, was foully murdered by two
desperadoes, and although his heart-broken
mother was able to make the 1ng journA'
from Maine to at. Louis, where is reamis
were brought for burial, she stadily faDed
in health since. Since her return to this
city. about a month ago, she has been able
to drive out occasionally. but for the past
week her sorrowing famsily have reansed
that her end was near.
Mrs. Johnston. whose marrtage to Dr.
Johnston took place last Jue a year ago.
was a reauarkably handsome womman, and
comes from a Missouri tamany. the a..amsem
members of which have been noted far
their comeliness. Her ftather. Wilson Shmn
ncaj represented in Congress tm thirty
third congressional district for an honor
able period of service; was also minster.
to Mexico, governor of Oio and subse
quently a governor of ' Kansas. Me
mothers maiden name was Sarah Ommun.
and she came from an old and atistocratic
St. Louis family of msingled Peeh and
Mrs. Johnston's maiden name was Sally
Shannon. She was twice naarried. Hee
first husband was John A. Walsh of Ut.
Louis, who left his widow and tour chil
dren an ample fortune. His widowr spent
the first six years after his death in Paris,
where her children were placed in scheest
After her second marriage Dr. and Mrs.
Johnston went. abroad far their w-eding
trip, and In Paris were elegantly uatertatn
.ed by the relatives of the latter. Count
and Countess De Mun.
Mrs. Johnston leaves three ehnaisen, two
daughters and a son, a mister, Mrs. Sue R.
Keeler. who resides in this city, and a
brother, Mr. Osmun Shangon of lawrence,
Kans. She had a large edrels ot friends
in this city as well as in St. Louis and
abroad, who held her in the warmnest a~m
tion and esteem and who moua her en
Tw. Meads FaU i. the Desagitttm
At a late session of the board of Om
missioners this afternoon the re-igenaos of
W. Calvin Chase and Edmnand PitageralM.
food inspectors, were accepted, and Ge.. U.
W. Whitaker appointed vice Chase and
Thomas Cavanaugh appointed vis Pits
What reason the Commielma had in
calling for thee resignations is not known.
Some time ago charges were preferred
against Inspector Chase, but the maatter
presumably died, and nothing further was
heard, Lately he has been charged with
not attendIng to his business property, end
It is believed that It was on this latter
charge the Commissioners acted. Mr.
Simon Wolf, however, recently smade a se
rious charge against Mr. Chase, but it was
not Investigated. It was in connection
with the last republican convention in this
city for the election of delegates to Minne
Mr. Chase was at the District building a
short time yesterday aften.. and d.enied
the charges In toto. He said his record at
the health ofice was as good as any other
Inspector and while his distrIct was the
largest one to cover he attended to it
Gen. E. W. Whitaker, the gentlemen who
has been selected to succeed Mr. Chase. is
p a poiet Grand Armny man, and is high
There appeared to be no etharge against
Edmund Fitzgerald, and It is believed is
resignation was asked on account of the
great pressure for places. Benater Hale
interested himself In the es,. but the mat
ter had gone too far.
They May Draw s&k
Senator Mills today Introduced a joint res
olution authorizing the comunittees on tho
library to grant to the Justices of thte Court
of Appeals of the District of Columa the
privilege of drawing books fromn thme Con
gressional Library, much as is extended se
the justices of the Supreme Court and to
m embe. fCongrese. It was paseed with
Lieut. A. B. H. Lillie has been ordered
to duty at the reaval station at Port Royal.
S. C.; Chief Engineer P. G. McKean has
been detached from the Boston and ordered
to the Philaelphis; Assistant Engineer
J. K. Robinson, from the bureau of steamn
engineering to the navy yard, New Yost.
Te Aflet the Sieen ad.
The President today appointed George C.
Crager of New York to be a special agent
to make allotments of land In seveaulty to
the Sioux Nation at sa a ay anmpen===s.
.L Wd& Ted. ae sDFba GM
Th. P..po. M .to.d a . r
lase and Pensaen,~
The Nes, District comaittee at Its meet
tg this maming Ustened to a statemnAt
frm Presdent Stevenson of the Meuopeli
tan RaMldCmpany and Mr. Wright Of
the am of Mi.ebug and Wright. the can
tractors who have Osted to ineal the
Bda Peath eystem of conduit electric tow.
way pM. the street lime I this aty.
Mr. WIght was introdmued to the aom
mitte by Coagresmaan BWack cc UaNa.
who said that Mr. Wright and hi. partner
had operated in ChicaGo. where their work
had given matefection. that the gnancial re
serves wete an right. and that they emu
give ample guarantee at eair- abift to
fum their contracts.
Mr. Wright stated to emma that
the city e BDjPeth in a beautiful city
at nany UAUm faIhaebiata. Par a number
ot years attempts were mads to perfect
a conduit electric system there and It has
now been accomplished. The lrst One was
opened in July. IM. It growed to be a sme
ces and at last acomma the .m.ay
operating it had extended their MR" matu
there are now about tweaty-ave miles et
rad in the city. The eompany hs seem
a frchise to operate the system t Vimma
and are asking for a frs.c.e t Bertli.
In IN the teod carried naerty I1M
PasMengrs In Boda-Feath.
Mr. Wright exhibited a Mo tm g
the proposed system for W , 1 The
compar-y wed use the center slet roil here
as Is now used by the eable timm. Th Vet
tive cost of builtig the re r deetuis
conduit road is about the p . '14he r
ere is am the t e pert. If the ee
tric conduit system did met prove matite
tory It would be eay to put in a able in
the codn4t. Mr. Wright sea he bad put
Ia about twenty cable reads he till esuntry.
The coast ofe dep pe the
nitude of th anneb~ He thinks
a cable would not pay Of the V street lime.
owing to the length Of the cable rso&bud
and the aumber at carves in the rom. The
cable would wear out too soop, an it em
about twenty-e a cents per feet to regees.
Mr. Wright said that he had made an asti
mate of a cable for the F -teet read ever
at yearn ag and had reported It.
The teae an that Me in not to
pay the interest an the seft at Or en
streetion and the operating expeemma He
had aso reported against a echle as the 9th
street -hee, both an ac at ea the Nt
trame and the phyS eal ehetem.
A 8np--as System.
Mr. Wright maid be had adapme the Baue.
Peth sy.tem after sarem -amwa.dm by
imsa and his partner. Ho emsdeuue t
tar superior to the Love sIstm at ue
ground comnt. In the L4ve system tbe
me a eopper wire to naeft the eIe trItIy.
They put the roney underneath the wis
and hold it up with a ptng.
In the Bd-Pesth system the destrity
is coDUCeae an angie-irne and the
shape ot it in each that the trelly canot
get away frm the contst. Oly M vatt
in used. while the Lave Mtem Meee
Mr. Cooper at Fisea a d & th IN
danger to the pubic by at esm
ng in conact With the .t whi
Mr. Wright rp-ed that thase i e danger
at aL. E in the Mead f b'en paytg
on the read and pMeMM awnm" the at
they wOld have to establsh CMeM=
between both amie4-rom. Mr. Seem
aked If the sem in ueased, them, as
praeean free um danger. Tes". to
e Mr. Wright. "a persan, wn e to
exert hm..f to get a tec.
Mr. Cobb inqured as - the GUNN
power of stopping the east MA.=- spo
tern. He was tsld sot it els ate
gather as the beekes, as in any ether s
Mr. Cogewn askd K wed he pe
abe to run the cars of amether aOerM
over thin ae her antomee, if ah Loe
Company wanted to esatn their Ie. ad
that it would be nee.Y torn e the U0011
of the W meet line 1O a peedan cc the 1
Commd this be drn. Mr. W b sed
it not, owing the ereee - the
pcwr roquired te p Bpe the Vos ad the
two sys s the Love tabmm vels and
this ae" only ML Mr. Cegswal imun=
the avienbesty at heweg two ae
c eat e c a ble. Na
.e-.t or tM..,.ste..woer the n~bLe &
Wright replied that with 4an et1te ear
curves can be Pass mre e and there
Is not each labilty ad total mopeandem et
tralle -owing to an mddauL If the eafbI
breaks the whole 1ine stop, but K an elec
tric car breaks down the nest Car pushes
It aloeg a travel is mt taterrepte. In
the electrie yse the -p-- at opora
tis a more . awerai to tie
amount at the trafe. If traMe it ma
but tew car uned be ro. but with a amble
there in a certat lied epnMe 0m0 .d
with ts operato redems do ment
at basnem dooe.
Only Quesemfa SpaIem,
Mr. Cooper asked what adaas on
Cmed for the Ba th stem Ie -
other electric eoait sst=am. Mr. Wriht
replied that up to the preseat time It in h
only one that as carried passessee yer
in and year out meaely. 'The lave
systm has worhed in Cseges, bet only
spa.eialtny. He sae net t~e the Iav
system in perfected yet.
In answer to a quesissa bumn Mr. b
cock, Mr. Wright sell that the -sammao ad
Duda Peeth in mere sevems then that ad
Washington. approaching mere naity the
clmate ade Chicago. In rea to a seey
from Chairman RerdMr. Wright ade
there in no doubt asto amount ad pewsr
furntihed by thin system. The pews' ese
be regulated easi.y and the evoame ad it
dependa stoty uon terant ot else
trietty generated et the power heune. It
can yield mnore power than the cable we
tem dose. As to the time which weatS he
required to pat the road in earation en
9th street. Mr. Wright euptand be th e
prineipal feature in in the prp etlna
the mateieL. The road heete-l he -a
ts within seventy days and mull he made
ready for operation within a year fben the
pasiage et the MUl atheea it.
Mr. Heard aked more partiminrty abeet
the guarantees hor the faithfu mrbm
anee ad the work. Mr. Wright mi thd
company in ready to make a.ddo.t guar
antees to the Metropotian Railroad Com
pany. and If the toad does mt operste to
the ..tlafaton ad the eompany. hew
take it out and put to the cable,
Mr. Stephemnon adde thtb Mep
tonaRailroad C.ompnym had placed the mat
ter before Its hoard ot directar, and to sew
ready to accept the eter ot Mr. Wuight if
Congress gives Its coas.at He ts matis
Seal tast the systema can he -.n~mdn
operated, and in conteated with the gear
entee ot Mr. Wright.
Mr. Cogaweu aked Chairmea Mmast U
the comnmittee in pre.ean= to hear the
Metropoliton Railroad Company open its
request before the esorts have Gded
whether- It bad forfeited its e~rter er net,
for being in contempt ad Conuss? Mr.
Heard replied that that questien in ameter
maatter. The commattes today emptaf
fored Mr. Wright an oppertatty to peu
gent a statement about the mow stem.
The c.ommittee then adjeerasS w~hs
taking urther action.
The report of Pou.mater Uate hr
last weak ahows that datng the ela days
there were captured forty dos two eats
three cows. mne met and two heises.
There were Ifty-ive dogs kie, twa mel
and two returned. At the eos et the weak
there wore tea dog in the pemd. .
Laght Wanted in th swoieaLe
The property owners and iedents em I
street between 3M and 3U Wteets asubae
have comabined in a petition to the COrn
mmoemrs har gas lamps angm that M~st
The petitien states that the Wstet in whenly
without street lamps, wbltkch me ad
afaiae should he renmded at oes.6 as the
street in much travele ae Mt oen bmath
Professor Cit~oed Richardea, the inspee
tar ad asphalte and csemato her the Din
tict, has. uon the dietoa ade the en*
user departement, made a eprt eathme
condstion ad the W.ameen LohkMeak
and The nC.mpany. The repert am
descrIption ad the weeks, and Mi
dorses the systems.
During the last ecal year the poee em
goos e.am.e me appinata tsr pedems
on the Police force and only 1U ad them
wer fun phystesky gala to palaim
A Natural Food.
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the system arise
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there is urgent
need of arrest
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