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THEANACONDA STANDARD: MONDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER J. x3^t
BCKCTRtOkail way TIMt CAHU hkhSUM,! n.iv. i, MM. It.Vti SUllHlallH. Tllor 4:Ma in r.Jin,in. ::Wa fm 'a. rn. :Ula.in. 0:Hii III.^li^:.*)^. Ill^II jit Sj in^till 1 P ^ IJO n. m^p. in. .1:J04:.'0^r. oi^tl ^^ii Kflu .ISt^1Q: .11SM p.Ill b.in p.in pin ,..in l.m pin Pm pin TRAVEl.KR'SGUIDE. * TIIAINH AHRIVK. 7iOSA. M. ^ Kn m N uart-U-avrs Kluait 0:13^a III; Mill (ink i; :53 it in. simp* 7: ^3 a ui 8.^ '.^From Iluui-^l.-avrs Unite 1-M^a in; Miner !...^^ s.^l a in; Mn .rt s :^ a m. lli.luA. *^-I-nun i.mie an.l tiarnten-^l.oav.-s|;illti- 11:41 a m; S lver H.i*r 10 a in ;^milhi II .Main; Io.ims l.nrW.n lu iOam,^Dorr IahIko lOiEiSiii; Warm Spring* II :ll am ti:'0i .^. -Kroin I'nto anil ^i .rri*^n^\m ve^^llillle 5:'J8 p in ; Mini Uiw .^^ i ^ p in . Miiarl^^i:lo pm: leaves li.iriloe 6:0 pn; Uoer^I. i.i-.- 5:14 p ni; Warm r^|.nnir* ^:M pin. thainsMtVMtti u:|0 A M -K^i small Hliupsi!:7.'am; Mill^4 rcrk l:3o a m: arrive Stuart r,:40^ m. S:luA ^i ^l air U.minui-biiuu. IM a III:^W arm *.|irinii. s i.'ii.i in; lieer LMSJI ^:^5 a in;^aritv* liairia.'U to.VJ a in. Oil a. H.^Psr mine-^t:iart H:^im; lt^^ver I ..^^ !^..^ a ni; arrive hut'* 10:15 a B^. u4^ r, ^i I ni inn ami liari mii - smart^'J:.Vipini Silver II iw till pin; arrlva MM^tlM p m; Warm spnngna: '5 pm; lleer l.udire^4:0 pill, arrive liairls ni 4 :la pin. THEWtsTHtR.^Tlio daily rtcoril of the thermometer in^this city i* reported by ('. W. Brandon,^^ :ri:BgiBt, rc rnrr Main and First street*.^TI.e rerord for yesterday wna: 7 a.m.,^32 ill nrt r^ al ove;lL' in., M degree! above;^4 p. in.. 60 ill kiii a above ; H p. ni., 36 de^^fers all vc. ABOUTTHE CITY. JtmnShield* of Elliston came into^town yratcrday. Therei^ a great uemaud for team* in^the wood canii s furrmmrling the city. A.K I'reseou, the marble manufact^^urer o: Hek-ua, ia in the Copper Cily on^business. W.S. Turner of New York,- with bis^wifo and daughter, arrived in Anaconda^yeaterday. Anotherrunaway occurred on Park^^venue oast yesti r lay aft -moon. A bor.-e^ridden hy a lad beciinie frightened, threw^ita raler and scampered off down the valley. Amooting of the lloolt and Ladder com^^pany wiil he held at the lire ball thia^t veiling at 7:31 o'clock. The member*^are n queati d to nele the hour of meeting^and avoid arriving late. Agreat sensation ia caused by Squire^Skeeier* galloping down the turnpike to^iiin'.e two B4J i lie. To he seen only ^ri the^Nos* Jollities' al^ urility, ^A Quick^Maieii.^' Xi-nigbi at Evaua' opera^hoiiae. TheNoas Jolliiiea' farcical comedy, ^A^Quick Match,^ suits everybody. Haa plotMM ugh to moke it interesting; com^^edy enough to niake it very funny; atnti-^tn^'iii MM music euough lo make it ling^11 iiieinb red. Tu-nighl al the opera^bjilse. Theman Giaivr, who was accidently^^ hot threugh the tieek last week by Ed^Kaffert, is improving. He sleep* well and^Haa very linlo fever. The physicians^ihmk l.e will, without much doubt, rc-^ci ver. Kafftfrt ha* thrown away bis little^g in and is entire y cured of bis peiicbsni^lor fooling with anurp tool*. YY.L. L'ridcn, BustM ; Willian Loring^ami M h, Hutto; W. .S. Turner, wifo and laughter, New York; Janus Shields,^Kllisn n; Georgo F. Brown, Chicago;^Kre.l II ITar, New Y rk; John llsminill,^dust*I A. K. rre*coii, Helens; 1^. C^Dailey, Miuueupolia; L. Winterholter,^huiie, weru registereii at the Molilalia^yeaierlay. TheHelena /lid.)*mfrof says: ^When^the board of niauugir* of Ihe world's^fair for Moiilaiiu meet Monday, it will^have nearly a d^ sen design* from which^to aelict a plan fur the I it tiling Mon-^tanu w illi^ut up ill Chicago. There will^be two deaigna from i'^utte archilecia,^one from a Missoula linn, and one from^Auacouiia. Helena will compete through^Messrs. Wallace te Thornburgb, G. S.^Apploton, Paulsen 4^ Livelle. J. L. La^Hrierr, MeCounei, and possiWr 4NM other.^J. J. i'alimr of t i.icago will also send de-^higii* for a linild iig. At ihe la*t meeting^o. the hoard $16,000 wa* set aside for the^Kiruciure, nod the tlesigu* stilmiticil^must be lor a building not lo exceed that nil ill CO,i. At Ihe session which be^^gin* Moinlay that inain r will uudoubt-^id y he iliaposed of. llcaides, the work^for '.In* year will I e laid out and Execu^^tive Commission! r li.ei.ford and Secrte^tary Kamsey will make their reports,^i here si ems to he an idea that ibe ap^^propriation of iGO.Otxi made for Montana'*^i xbtuii will not he i i.ougb to enable tbe^^tatc to do itsslf justice.'' Noticeof l^|....ln: i..ii at I'artaershlp. Notionis hen by g ven that tbe firm of^Dans ^ Gavin i* ih a dav dissolved by^^until ii consent. David D .v.s retiring.^'1 lioma* Gavin will assume all tho dolus^MM collect ail the accouut* of the late^arm. DavidDavir.^Thomam Gatin.^Ariaeonds, Mont, Oft. i*. GeorgeG. Meade Post, G. A. R., will^boltl an open hieetiug at the post room,^ill the Maitio block. First street, Monday^evening, Nov. I, at 8 o'clock. All G. A.^K comrado* and Federal ex-Soldiera and^Kaiior* are earnestly rcqu.-ated to be pres-^ent. JohnV. Putriis carries a complete line^of l;qu^ r-, cigar* and bar supplies. If^you need anything of ths kind he can fill^your largest order prnmptiv and satisfac^^torily. He limn a strictly wholesale busi^^ness. No sample room in contieetiou. ' 4i.rl \t aulrd.^Wanted, a ciri to Co general house^^work. Mini b' a goes I cock. Apply at^11*3 E ist 1'ark avenue, corner Oak. ThePipestone mineral wati t is the best^mineral water hi tie- market. If yon want^water on tho side or otherwise, call lor it;^every first-class faioou has it on tap.^John Y. Peirns is sole agent for Anaconda^lor una unucral wan r. INTHE EARLY SIXTIES Tileof One of tie Pioneers of the SUttOf lOB'U!. J. X. BIEDLER'S EXPLOITS HeldBy the Savages Until the Pot^Would Boll-Miku Gannon Re^^turns to Montana After Many^Year* of Absence. MikeGannon, one of the oldest of the^old-timers in Montana, is in Anaconda.^He baa Just returned from the Libhy^Creek district, where ho baa been pros^^pecting for two mouths. For the Isst^eight years Gsnnon has spent most of bis^time in Brss I and other South American^countries. He is full of stories of the^esr.y days of this slste anl of the trial*^and hardships of tbe first settlers. He^was a companion of the Isle J. X. Bied-^ler, and sband bis bed wilh him on many^a siormy (Xpedilioii over the bleak peak*^of the Uockiei. Earlyin tbe 60'f,^ said Gsnnon yes^^terday, ^Uiedler was appointed collector^of customs fcr tbls state, which was then^apart of Idaho. He had his office at Lost^Chance^now Helena. Everything was^very dear, and there was s great amount^of imuggling going on a'ong the Cana^^dian border. Tbe line between this coun^^try and Canada was rot surveyed at that^time along cur northern border, and but^little respect was paid to the imaginary^division. 'I' inads a trip in u tho north^to arrest someof the smugglers and nearly^paid his life to tbe savages before he re^^turned. Here is an account of the trip as^told by Uiedler himself a few years later:^^I was working a little p ac r mine near^Dry crrek at the time. 'X'had a half^interest in tbe claim with me and he^wanted roe to go with him, but I declined,^as 1 thought I could make more money by^watch-tor ino sluice*. Jn1887,^ say* X, ^I started north Willi^the detenu n iiion to find some of the^smuggler* and, if possible, bring them to^justice. The Indian* had stolen a num-^ucr of mule* used by Wall*, Fargo ^ to,^on the stage line from Helena to Benton,^and 1 wanted (o recover some of these^mules if possible. I bed a Istter with me^Irom Maj ^r Culberteon to Jean Lerotis, n^renegade priest, and ia my party were S.^T. K- hert. a half-breed, who could tab.^good English and still better Black font;^also Cutlip Jack, a full breed Blackfoot^and a friend to the whites. Ho^was a good msn and had saved the Ken^^nedy family at Birdieil on tbe roan be^^tween Helens and Benton. Wo crossed^tbe line into tbo British possessions anil^reached tbe Blaekfool camp early one^morning. It was a large camp of over^l.ttO lodges of wild Indians, composed of^Bloods and Pirgans, all B ack feet proper.^I met Jean Leroux and gave him the let^^ter from Major Lulbertson. He stood^upon the bank of tbe Belly river and read^tbe letter aloud to all tbe assembled In^^dians. After he bad read it 1 was token^priaoner and confined in the soldier^lodge. Tbe soldier lodge In an In^^dian camp is something like a police^hoadquarli rs. Leroux dentuneed me to^the Indians, saying I had come across^^ he line from the United States lo mske^arrests. Idid not like the look of affairs, to I^^till to Kobert, 'S. T., whera is Leroux ^'^He replied that he couid flud him, and I^bavo never seen bun since. Ho wu* a^raical, but were a cross b g enough for a^crucifixion. Cutlip Jack, wbo could not^speak English, came ia wilh ihe iiifoma-^tiou that they bad deterniintd to kill the^'noppiquon,' which means 'white man.'^This wsa not a reassuring prospect, hut I^could learn nothing more ami had to^make the beat of it. You never saw such^a weird sight aa I did that night. The^Indians aang and danced all night, and^in the red g are of tbe camp fires foimed^a picture I shall never lorget Whendayhffht came the Indian* all^^warmed around to see the 'uoppcojuon.'^I asked several of them where Jean^Leroux.war, but could elicit no infoim i-^tion, and never saw him again. That day^they moved camp. The one we were ill^had become all littered up with refuse,^buffalo heads and *o on. A* we crossed^the prairie we saw thousands of buffalo.^'J hey were thick in tlio-e days and tbe^lak^s were all muddy through being^stirred up by their hi of*. Tlio Indians^had my horse and they warned my gun,^but I would not g.ve that up with^^out a fight. The iciuaw camp went eff^and the soldier camp went arouuti^to a place where there was plenty^of green grass and ran race* for several^hours. They were very good to me and^treated me much better than I could have^expected. Alter a couple of houis racing^we moved off to where the squaws had^pitched tbe new camp. There were no^carcaues there ai d everything wa* clean^compared with the old one. Hero 1 wa*^again taken to the soldier lodge, aud we^bad a good meal on buffalo tongue* and^meat. I had a ssck of *alt aud fared^pretty well. That night there wa* an^^other wild scene, the Indian* sitting^around the fire aud singing and dancing.^I could not leave the soldier lodge, a* I^wa* safo there, but anywhere else would^certainly have had an arrow shot through^me. Abouttwo days later one of the Indian^police told me itint another Indian was^riding my horse and asked what I wus^going to do about it. 1 went out ami i mi^^ning up o ihe man on ihe hoi*e, *ciseu^bun by the foot and ilirew him oil, I^then banded Ihe lope halter to one of the^soldiers and went back into the lodge.^This csused a good deal of trouble,^as tbe other l.idisus called the^man I had thrown a iquaw and^jeerid him for being thrown by the^little 'uoppiq ion.' i hat night they^held a c uiiiil snd diummed all night^long. Cutlip got scared and told me ihe^Indian* were 'miking had.' White Swan,^a big lilackfoot chief, came to me and^^aid S. T. Robert hail lo d him 1 was a^big chief on the United States side of the^lino, hut I was thin on their gran -^mother'* *iile, (meal ing ihe poescssiuii*^of the queen of England.) He took a^little piece of dirt and crumbling it to^dust between bia fingers said, 'You may^be a big chief over there but over here^you are no larger than lb s dust.' Atlast I got tired of the monotony^and through S. T. Koberl, challenged^any blood in the caino to fight. None^of tbem would accept my challenge,^but tbey bold a caucus 1o de^^cide bow they would dispose nf^me. 1 Ins resulted in ley Doing sHnteneed^to death. Now the Indians aie terribly^suspicious, so S. T. K in M Slid 1 di-^ternimed on making a nig bluff. K ben^stood up befor^ ih^ assrmb y aud sa d n^solemn tones: ^You tee the sun^ 1^this man dies you look at that sun for ilia^last lime, it sill never shine agnn il^you kill the iiopmq ion.* 'ihe poor ig^^norant fellows were iniioli impressed and^became frightened. They did a good^deal of talking among themselves end^at last weakened. Ipersuaded them at last to StsH nv-^home. '1 bey sent U elmsfs, four Bl ta,^four Blackfeet and lour Pa gan, to escort^me back lo Fort Sliaw. We were then up^on the Saskatchewan river, but tl.eyj nir^neyeilwitli me all the way to Foil Snaw^where we saw the while tents standing.^They asked what tbe tents were. 1 told themit was the nopp q ion's war horse.^Tbey sat down on the oank of tbe Sun^river and thought ob ^ut It for awhile,^after which tbey let in* go. I had been^a prisoner among ihem for SO days,^part of ib^ time being under sentence ol^death, bad livid on straight buffalo meat^and salt, and bad bern treated well all^tbe time.'' THtYtAR'i WOrlK. ThePastor of Ht. .Math's Talks of tae Fast^Iwelvs Mouths.^In St. Mark's yesterday mcning Dr.^Quinn in tbe introduction of tbe sermon^gsve a brief resume of Ins past year's^work in this city. St. Mark's is to ht^congratulated on tho iiossission of one^of the finis: church budding in Mon^^tana, the wall* of wmch were Ju*t up and^roof on when Br. Q iinu took charg. of^the work on Ncv. 1 of last year, said tae^pastor: ^It 1* also a matter of saiiafae-^lion to hav.' the church so well furnishej^a* it is. Oi.rpeople have kept together an I^done well miring the six month* and^more of the cessation of tho work*. A^few families bavo left during the yi ar^and amo g them were about six of our^communicants. A f w of these will rt-^turn soon. I am glad to state that ^^^^have now S) ci mmunictnt*. I would^like during me coming )ear that more si^onr people would lie inclined to take hold^of our c'airch activities and help me i i^'he aidu ii* work now ia hand.^Unless lb s Is done we can i^hone to advance a* we ought^I have felt a l the past year like the^colonel of a regmv-'nt whosa soldiers^were on a holiday and he left to do the^fighting. Not much cm lie effects! in^such circumsto nest. We hope better things^of you, my friends, this year. It is your^work as much as mine, ft is shown that^personal Gndlmrss lie* at tbe basis of all^church work br an exposition of tbe First^Psalm 'His del'ghts in the law of the^Lord.' We must read the Bible, study ii.^and t ke i X 'rcise in church work if we^are to he airoiig, stalwart, aggre**iv i^churchmen. L-t us each a-ek to make^the bt st of ourselves to Christ and H s^church this year iu which we enter to^^day. ^^ AdvertisedLetter l.ist.^Letters remaining unclaimed in Ana^^conda postotflee for ihe week ending .Sat^^urday evening, Otober31, 11*01: uKMiJCMKN'ai.iar.^Tilton, Unit r,Meury. Albert ACsernnui,Joseph^liasneil, Hairy 1'^l owso u. I e ^il ianil^i arisen, Anelu^i arpcuter, ^) W^in. ill in-I. Kraest E^tVlany, Jesepli tlarke, ,1 in^I olllus, V III^linfresne. Aired^El vine, lllek^lay. lie .t is^r cirls, .1 K^Klatlagsll, 11.ii.p l^Gehneau, 11 chad^Ueilueait, -I K^tlrow, t'nailes b^Ceuuhey, Pat^llanling.C Bamv, J tl^limit. M J^lliigiisoii. Wis^Mc cut, litsnue^lie Meter, .foe^More, Kd* nil^S anion. ikMSSSsl^M i.aiillt '. IlleluaS^^^ Dav, Tlio iisv^ihvens, kvaa II^liu.sell. f II-!^Seliaflner, I. II^lett, .hum w^W.H s, .l.iliu W^Walker. A^Way, Ed^Wlbergj J harley^Hisss, t'tia*^Thompson,Geo E LAmr.s Burg,Mrs Mary^Pin us.il. , hull , he^f ill ill. Miss M A^hrankliD, Mrs Ma: t e^iliilt.th, airs A U^ll-nuilon, I'aiione^Mayes, Mrs Adult^Juues, Paulino^1'aikcr, Mrs llatile i.i.mi;, Nora^PUiZ Mi s.l w^rtapi'si'. Mis Maria^1 racy, .diss Noril^v. nk-. Mrs I.- it a^Writers. Mis Ma y^Itese, Mrs Jellt.is^MCi.e.m, Mis M ttMMsllist.^Cami hell, NellU amkov, J A Ate.i'-on. Allltl\t alsll, ^ ai tuiran,1'alris; Incalling Jor these letters ths applicant^must call for advertised letters slid give^date of this list. One cent will ho cols^lected for each letter. If not called for^within two weeks tbey will bo sent to the^dead letter office. J.C. KhiTi.F.n. P. M. MiningCongress.^For tbe above meeting, which convenes^in Denver November lKth, 19lh and :u:h,^the Union Pacific Railway company will^sell n mid trip tickets from Montana^points at the rate of t n ^ and oue-th rd^fare*. Ticket* will be sold November ltiib,^good for return December 6tb. ForSale. Aflrst-clsss millinery store, with a^good stock on hand. For tbe right party^this i* a splendid opportunity. A| p'y to^Mr*. M. t. Leonard, 213 Park avenue.^Anaconda. JohnV. I'elrils wishes to tell ihoso who^are about to go into the saloon business^to give Ilim a call. He will quote prices^that are sure to secure busines . Forthe convenience of h s many cm-^tomers in ihe eastern portion of the city,^I. A. Schrneder is about to i p .mi a^bakery at 419 East Park avenue. Onlythe most select qualities of goods^ih it can be procured are sold at the Ken^^tucky Liquor store, corner First rn l^Cherry streets. J.A. Oerrsnger's barber *hop, 115 Front^street. Ladies' ami children'* hair cm-^ting a specially. Bath* reserved for la-^digs. Torent.^A good, comfortable four^roomed house In good repair. Low rent^to desirable tenant. Apply J. M. Ken^^nedy, f k Cedar *treet. Regularmeeting of the A. O. 11., at^usual hour. Standard hall, 1 uvsdav,^Nov. 3. By order.C. b . Ifyou want a good cigar anil agoul^place to smoke it go to Lon Hurnetl's, N ,^8 Msin street. Fora rumplets lino of glussware go to^John V. Petr -x^ Bath*.'.It cent*, at ths Montana bolt ! barbershon. \tentwu Ten b -mister*, Auacondis^company. Mill Creek. i'.limit;- Pabstbeer is for sale st every first-claw^saloon in Anseondu. If you want aglas*^of foaming lager to cheer, but a** ine^^briate, call for Pabst beer. John V. Poi^^nts ag, ni. Smokelite celt bran d J A cigar for sale^on y at Lon lint to it s. No. I Maiu street. Trya stn ass of the Mast - ff plug rut for^ale at I. ui Burnett'*, No. 8 Main street. NOMORE BACK ACHE RK*mtl tA# tc'.-OM-iny ttotle* am, ^ ircd it, U19 tariff* *hul hr*n tis-l on!v about two wrrkvitinl it ^'*^* not m.ti. the U -t th;rr ot lourtltiy* that the m*\mfy look a m-d m, turn.^At the beginn.!)); ^^. hi* .'.In**** he mlK r*^l fiom^(liattrtt-s mnA ^^niu,i ^!iMir^lf^r I.Rlrr thr^kiJury* rffitsWi! t-^(^^:(' u m Hint furn 11. n - n...^he '^c^1 quietly ..w.ty. I'liun etidrti llir lift^^of uae of thr iu^^-' j rominrot mrn in C.tlf-^fornU ^ I.ike th msMitid* of t-thfru hi-* iiii-^tift-cly dr.ilh w.^ th^* rtwrtl ol 11. _U ^ m , early^^ymp.otu* of kidney rtwos*. MHBksMIf1^ VOU 1^^re tin.it'lM withi cr.ivel. or mr ranfrementm tlie i i'!nrv^ Of tirinnrv ot^ttun't delay \ : : ^ 1 iie.itnu-tit 11 ni il you iirr^fjtcetl to k'vt upx-s-'ir dttUy tliit'.e*;' ImI w.iste\('ur mnut*y ^m wrarurJcat UntaaWtttl^and wotte pla*lern. but Mrtkc t.t the ne-ti ot^ihedihca^e at --nrr my iimiic t**r ^frrate^it of ill^known remedien. the ^*t lebrat^ I orei;. n Rw^nev Tei. It ha^ ^avn! the |M| ot thoi:^jinfs^.^Whv ishould ti ikH cure yoa' Try it. Purely^vegetable and plMtMl to Uke. ;: ,uu , 1 j.k-^aje, rt for |B 00* H.A. U Af llKl L, WhUmm and UitaUl,^tBulie city. Mi-uulw. EVANSOPERA HOUSE ^^- JOHNMAUI IKK .Manager Monday!November 2, Uuiierihe r.'ison d Management sf Mr. .lolia MMStSSt Hrecloli ngiicement nf I lie Fxpuucntt of^I1 l UlSS Nov* hie-. JkeNoss Jollities -IW- ADirt Mateli lulroducuiz NewXoveltlet, eongsint Dances, ITMusl'aioj.lltles palkllnl!Comedy ADda Company of I'oinerlians. PiIres, W cents and t'. (outre tour teats at^the em Hi luxg Company s store. EVANSOPERA HOUSE JOHNMAt,l il tManafer. Directfrom lis San Yuut'm Triumuhs! Wednesday,Nov. 4. TheCootertln CHARLESDICKSON a.Ml tiik Ceo.^. Lederer Model Company iv1iix Shriekin-j;Comedy Success, Incog. rt.-eedeilhyaCsitsta Raher, BookIII. Chapter I. |.!i-I)li-ksouIn ^llnok III G*B*1s*t I. S:46-I)nWsiti iu ^Incnf. Heat*onsale at tlPi--^-i e ;.i ^ s. JHEWORKS ARE RUNNING Andthe People are Running to MACCALLUM ^ CLOUTIER'S, WhereThey Can Buy GROCERIES A AD PRO VIS/OA '5 Cheaperthan anywhere else. We also carry^a fine line of Gent- Furni-hins: Good^,^Liquors of the choicest brands, Teas and^Cotie;s ot the best quality. EsteS Council Mercantile Co. 5ooN E W^CLOAKS. OIZf\ Ladies, Misses V7aPsd GKildrerVs Wraps,^IN 1 HE LATEST STYLES, Directfrom (lie Eastern Markets. Don'tbuy last season's Wraps^from Butte or cl^cwlurc. We Mfiil^sell you new Wraps che.ii cr Weha\e a few last season's^Wraps which we will sell for 50 cents^on the dollar. OPHNFOB INSPECTION, Wednesday,Oct. 14. Estes^ Connell Mercantile Co. Vcire Receiving h\ Goods Daily TryUs and Yotiu Buy Nowhere Iitse! MacCallum^ Cloutier, 50,cpoArnKcSul NeivSuits, m NewOvercoats,^Neiu Underwear,^New Hosiery, NewCloaks, NewWraps. OurOrders Arc All In, and the^Balance of Our Stock will^Soon be Here. D.J. Hennessy Mer. Co. ASACOSD.I BXAA CM.