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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

X3'1 -----~. ~ I-LI·I 1 %rý `fig a l i t W. A. LeUICTEUR, Publisher O ial ourn of the ty a2.d. Prie .. I...JAM4TRJACMMCI9Editor..` a~ VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, AUGUST- 7,,1-S1,, ..... "T-fi ' ATTORNEYS. . C,. HIRD ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will . attend promptly to all buelness intrusted to him. Office on onventlon street, between 'Third sand Church streets, Baton Ronge, La. c. W. POPE, ATTolf.r AT LAW and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Iouga, La. Special attention giver to the coli •)eetion of accounts, taking testimony under com minsion, and to all other matters requirng the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of West Baton Rouge. 7apl4 v2n13 'HOl . B. DUFILEE. ATTOetrK a. and Counselor at Law. (Olce-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the Sstte and Federal Courts. E IRRON & BEIALE, ArrontNYA and Coun tnOA e AT LAW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busn. nem entrusted...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

LEO! IASTEMIIMIII*............ ltr W. A. LJ0XUR ............PbLia0 r BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 27, 1881. The populgr belief is that the Presi dent's end is near. Louisiana is tenth on the list of salt producing Statos. A Western actoris named Tongue. His name is in everybody's mouth. Two Mormon preachers were recently driven out of St. Clair county, Ala. The present drouth in sections of Ken tucky has not boon equalled for seven years. The Anti-ProhibitioniAts have carried Tuscaloosa, Ala., by 400 majority, and tho county in which it is situated by 750. Maj. Daniel, the Democratic candi date for governor of Virginia, has a pale beardless face and a boyish expression, reminding one of Byron. The French learned something at our ('entennial, and now over 100 French daily papers are printed on American newspaper printing presses. The tide of foreign emigration to this country shows no abatement. Uln ring the month of July the immigrants arriving'in the United States itinhered They asked a C...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

~s 'I The IllIle of L. T. Cbeaer and 1 erieous Weondima of ioeph I Garon by Negroes. i Pminte Coupee Banner, Aug. 2Oth. On Sunday morning last this com monity was thrown into a state of ' great excitement by the news that about 12 o'clock Saturday night, Mr. L. T. Chenvert had been killed, Jo seph Garon seriously wounded, and several other whites fired on by a crowd of desperate negroes. After eagerly searching for the particulars, we ascertained the following facts: On Saturday evening, the 13th inst., a party of young ladies and gentlemen had gathered at the resi dence of Mrs. J. B. Garon, on False River, where they were to have a night gumbo and where they spent the evening in pleasant amusement ; and it seems that the negroes of upper False River had chosen the same night to have a ball in the building formerly used as a negro school-house which is about one handredfeet from C the resdence of Mrs. Garon and situated on premises at present oc cupiedby Mr. David Johnson (white,) '...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

LEON JATSTEMKI............ CEitr W. A. Le$lWE.I ........P....]ublisher BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 27, 1881. The Georgia Legislature has made it a penal offense for one person to point a gun at another. Gate posts should be set out firmly. A great deal may hinge upon them as your girls grow up. The extensive foundry, known as the Gaze Stove Works, in St. Louis, was destroyed by fire Sunday. The Amite Independent gives notice that the French Liver Pad Company are swindlers. Cash is the best policy. A Philadelphia woman was lately bound over to answer a charge brought against her by neighbors of being a common scold. Some of the girls of the period are parting their hair on one side. They do this because they do not wish to look like the soft young men who part their hair in the middle. The Boston Post says: And now it is said that there is no hostility between Chicago and St. Louis editors, and'they merely twit each other of having big feet because they get short of ideas and want something ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. ci -----77-: el . u.nda.t's_.di.isn. ___- _ d Reed's (lilt Edge Tonic Regulates the ct Bowels. t We learn that Mr. Joseph Collins, of a West lBaton Reuge, barely escN ed hav- a ing a foot crnshed iin the slidek a niw i mill, the other dlay. IfHe was fortunate ti enough to extricate it before he had sus- re tained any serious injury. Ii The clerk of the weather UnHerwed ti the heat valves during Monday and Mon day. The consequonce was that the poor silnners of the Capital sighed and o groaned, looking anxiously, but in vain, for relief in the fleeting clouds that alasi were as dry as a powdtler horn. About ;i:, colored Excursionists fromn the lower const, reached here. at I o'chloc:k on Sunday. 'Thhey slpent tihe day visiting to the points of interent in ,our city and ti went liack hLeppy t :It nightfall. They (1 we're very ortelerly asld were hospitably H entertained by our colored residelnts. Wittiiug's scttal,lilshle'nt i, Beig go't ten in readiness for the fall ae...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

"IOII, Tll LIONI." In a recent imsue of oufo of oar local papers appeared this item: "Nxr OKL.AN&4, La., July 6.--Gi eeppe EsKposito, alias Radazzt Tons, a good.looking Italian, was arrested last Tuesday on extradition papers, and taken to New York and placed on bohard an Italian mnan.of-war. I~s turns out to be a daring brigand, for'whom the Ital ian Government had offered a reward of *4;,O.O livres, dead oralive." 'rho paragraph recalled with startling earnestness, an instance in my life that happened about three years ago, With a party of friendsl I was visiting Naples, and autong our itnllouer were two per nont' who will, without doubt, lear0 the fate of Ginin' ppe with ftelings ef "mo tion. They were ('harlbs GritHn and lieien Wentworth. Charles (ritliu had been my college churn, and later, my partner in business; but being possessed of abundant wealth and a rather indo. lent nature, he was rather an honorary itember of the firm than otherwise. Tall and full chemted, with ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. Shursdap's Odition. Reed's Oilt Edge Tonic Regulates the ; 1 S Beoweai. º " 'Do you ever think of me," ie the title of a charming song composed by Mr. A. .I. Reynolds, of the Donaldsonville Chief, not in music by Aimee Bercegeay, which I will be found for sale at Mrs . . Bon ing's. The author will pleasc accept our thanks for the copy sent to the CAP ITQtIA N. That wholesouled gentleman, Mr. W. A. F'reret, the talented Architect of the r Capitol, with bis brother, arrived here I on yesterday evening, on a tear of in spootion. lie reports the, work to b. V progressing satisfactorily, antd states h that the edifice; will be sufiicently com- I0 ploted by Nov. Ist, for occupancy, in P the event that an extra session isu alltd. 1. We had the pleasure of reeivieng the viecit of'. heriff Crllen C(onerly, of Ver non parish, who hrought dlown to the llotel d .lamer, one t'. . M. Franklin, 0 who is to Setrve thei State for ,li n months, d for the. killing of John '. Marcrns. 'r...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 27 August 1881

CENTRAL FACTORIES. The New Industries That are to De. velop the Resources of the State. Aid Eradicate the Present Labor System. tlliions of Dollars to be Saved by the anuftacture of Bagasse into Pa. per Stock. he Aims and Objects of the Ceo.op. erative Associatlon. A short time ago the question of central sugar ftctories caused a great deal of discussion in mercantile and agricultural circles. It was everywhere regarded as a most important one, and its ultimate solution was awaited with a great deal of anxiety. Yester day a Times reporter met Mr. Theo phile Israng, the well known agricul turist, who has given the question a great deal of attentive consideration and who has been looked upon as the person most likely to unravel the dif ficalties that surround the proper ex ecution of the plans that have been suggested for the establishment of central factories. Accosting Mr. IIa rang, the Times mani asked: "What progress have you made in your schemes!" "Well, our plans are all perfect...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1881

o, 71 W.A.LeUUiR, Publisher Oflc101TR W. A. L#MUET tibI'hr Om~cia Jouirnal of thae O~ty, &anc Parish. L. JA.STflEMSKI, Editor. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOITISIANA, TUESDAY, AUGU ST 80. ATTORNEYS. ~,, ,,, ,.,.,Mnr ,crv m hluvv- nr. I SC, 1- IRD, ATTOIlIlY ATr LAV. Will attend promptly to all businees in~truaste to hin. 01 ice on (onvention street, between Third and Church istrcets., Batoin Rouge, La. V. POPE, Arrouxtr xvt LAW and G... :.nary Public, Port Allen, WMet Baton eonge-, Lit. Special attention given to the cVol. lc,! Lion of accutnt! taking testimlnon nledr corm ni n illn, and to atll other imatters reil ilr in tlhe atti rtion of ani Attorney or Notary in t he piarih nf Writ. Eaton LEnge. aplust venfl3 14 S t LIR E 'rn. rijfiOS. II. j[;fjU4.EAiT^rrolt 1.and o1(;iuunilur at Law. tUihe-No. i, P'ike taI Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practtivii in the 'at, and Fdetlil Conrt 4. SITERRUON & flEALEi, SA tlwhN.t i antd CIOLN,;LutIi, t LAW. /illke nin Nortrh olkuvard t reet, niear t...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1881

Oilakl tapitolian LAB J.IATRUENRI...........EAltr W. A. LeWEUB ............Pubuher BATON ROUGE, AUGUST 30, 1881. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonime cures Dumb Ague. "The press is mighty and will pre wvail," said the susceptible maiden as abe was being hugged by her stalwart lover. Four million pounds of bacon were de stroyed by fire in Chicago, Saturday, at the packing establishment of John 0. Hatchey. The daughter of a German farmer of i Vanderburg county, Ind., followed a big negro farm hand to Evansville and i married him. France will next have her centennial. The 100th anniversary of the French revolution will be celebrated in 1889, I and preparations will soon be begun. t The little city of Plano, Texas, has been almost completely destroycdby fire. In two hours every building in the place 1 was burned except a saloon and a lum Asr yard. c A1 A dog which during the Crimean war t made three Russian soldiers prisoners has just died in a government hospital e at Genoa, after being provided fo...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1881

LOCAL MATTERS. usdatd's Udition. t a Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic Regulates the Bowels. a p See Joshua Beal's new advertise- ti ments, The excirsiou to Donaldsonville, tia a the N. 0. Paeiflo, was composed of about P seventy-five pernons from this city, who came back in the evening, on schedule at time, thoroughly satisAied with their trip. ri A meeting of the City Council has been bi called for Thursday evening,at 4 o'clock, tf at which time Col. Wheelock is expected bi to attend to confer with the members w regarding the matter of a landing tfor TI the transfer boat of the N. 0. Pacific Ri. w, R., and the establishment of depots, etc. - --*- emi Our young friend Willie Gesell, is so again on his quarter-dock, at his storie ra corner ofliorida iandl Third, with a fine gr stock of stoves, tin-ware, &c., which he' of will sell cheap for cash. 1k1 is ready to to attend to all work in Ihis liine, withl promptness. (o and interview hiut. th th Mike Clhamlbers, is comning to the front with...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 30 August 1881

THE CON TITUTION. ie'na u esnt3ncl. Tho'e of our conteotporaries of the presst who so strenuously advocate a ne(iw Constitution, would confer a gr'eater' favor upon their readers antd the 'people of the State generally, if thily wouldtl point out and discuss the 'errors in the present constitution insteadl of abusing the instrument tas a whole. As yet no particular 1''0errors have been shown, lit) rood Reason given why we shonld change our cot st ttltion,inot inhg miliore t than a gentiral attack ag;iunst it. Let. ot content poratis be mole spdci ic ill their clarges against ourtt organit It w. Let Its go otl principles that govein 11's in o.r critl l111 courts, lashl tihe intldict nent unless it plainly sets t'forthl the chtarges upon whichi conv'iction is seu ight, or acquit the accrused unless thel' evidenue clearly estalºblishtes the ofliense. Iihe press of the State can he of 1 great advantage to the pIeople' of the the State and to the legislature, if it will tdiscuss this ima...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 September 1881

JA~T1IEM8I Editor O13 BU 'ý ! Iý .Aý` . ýý ,ý;._ Af '`}ýýa` ýa ý ýý W. A. I R,3P: bl she tt O~ial Jurnalof th C71t and arish L. JASTEM TR]MSKIP Editor VOL,3. BTONROUG LOISI , T TRSAYSEPTMBE 1,- Sj ATTORNE"'I. (I. BIRD ATmOayr AT LAW. Will Sattend prompty to all business intrusted to him. Office on Convention .atreet, between Third nd Church streeta, Baton Rouge, La. [1 W. POPE, ArroatLr AT IAw and J. Notary Public, Port Alien, West Baton Rlonge, La. Special attention given to the col lection of accounts, taking testimony under corn missiaon, and to all other mattera requiring the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parish of Went Baton Rouge, apr24 v2nl3 lJHOS. B. DUPREC , ATOrrRNEY I and Counselor at Law. Office-No. 6, Pike's Row, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the State and Federal Courts. HER RON & BICEALCE, AlTORITSt and COuaEzLoRS AT LaW. Office on North Boulevard street, near the pst office, Baton Rouge, La. Will attend to all law busi nees entrunted to them in th...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 September 1881

LEON IASTUZM....E.. o W. A. LeSEU&I ............Publitsher BATON ROUGE SEPT. 1, 1881. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Dumb Agne. The laborers of Galveston have held a meeting and "fixed" for a general strike in case their conditions are not complied with.' In Chicago cotton circles it is believed that this year's cotton crop will not ex ceed five million bales, or 150,000 bales short of last year. It is estimated that there is now on the way from Europe about ten million dollars in foreign gold coin and bullion, soon to be followed by other shipments. A fat woman at Long Branch, after taking several bottles of anti-fat medi cine, was quietly "''thinned out" last week. The funeral cortege was a very respectable one. A New York paper speaks of a man who was "beaten in three suits," which reminds one of the old time school boy who used to pad his trousers in antici pation of a thrashing. The little town of Winona, Miss., has voted $65,000 to the Greenville, Colum bus and Biruringham R...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 September 1881

Iri'r kly dnapitolian LOCAL MATTERS. Whursdng's dition. abd's (Illt Edge Toutti Regalatos the Ilewels. Among other artlaios of merchandislgr , . ) Thomasn hain just ruoeived a lot of dry gnod( and hoots and sboon, to which he invitesn attentioii. The crolored mtlmp lnieting begins to. ldayv at thl (Garrison G(rounds whore e.x tWnsiv, proprantions have, been miiad to accommntodat e the vi"Lthrk. Vhicago In inow jealons of Nt. lIusin. becansO the latter has twewnty'-ftve tnor drntrs r awaititng trial whilen nh, hacM only' twcnty-threre. 'Turn tittcn'u lco os. Thue (Crl Mhcir- lisit taken Ol, pice.' of ithne ferrylboat Iron.'i, whileo ielse ein hting overhaiiledul and rociviing a clditional machiunery wllhichl will greatly ioracnce hotr npclccl, her "podl er C "H;r)IA'.1,-- T'he conmpohitor fuIled to 'I correct the prool in 'I'ntnsday's imnui, anil thernby craditol t a artdlre of the N. (I,. t Mtatsc, to te l'i,,me, cnttlhct Mexican ling Minnississippl. N Monslnur (frotoaly, the nialbi...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 1 September 1881

Te AllerIlorlle "Tlsi." LEeese of hei. mmeibt xl stbsip. pIUiwver Mels, City *f New 0*vleua, Yehteurd. 'tessaAdm of Dellghted Wituebses. I.nni 'vlle (ourler.Journtal. rThe launch of the Anchor-line side wheel steamer "City of New Orleans," from the famotus ship--yardl of the Howards, at Jeffersonville, yesterday afterrnoon, wnas a emost 1succssful aflir nod attracted ,Oseerl thousandtr spec tat'rs, The lhip-yard, itselft, present ed a lively picture of industry and activity. Ifhundreds of men are on1 gaged illn ushing lirward to conple tion the work on lhand. The spectacle that att.uracteld (every eye, lhowever, and upon whoim most of the force was elngaged, were the two tnagiti eent stamn boelt strucitetres fo, the Anchor-line, the "''twin boats," "City of Haton Rouge," and "City of New Orleans" as they rested upon the ways presentinga inamemothand impo sing appearance. 'ITheir upperJ works were thtrther aidvanced than in usua for boats1 upon thle stocks. Although not having tahe s...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

W. A. Lel3UEUR, Publisher ; t. JASTREIMSKI, Editor. Offcial Journl of he City and Pris. VOL. 3. BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER , ý , ATTORNEYS. /1 C. BIRD, ATTORNEY AT LAW. Will .. attend promptly to all business intruasted to him. Office on Convention street, between 'Third and Church streets, Baton Rouge, La. 1 W. POPE, ATTrro EY A'r LAw and . Notary Public, Port Allen, West Baton Iusuge, La. Special attention given to the ct(. lretion of accounts, taking testTmony under conm wmAion, and to all other matters requiting the attention of an Attorney or Notary in the parivh of West Baton Rouge. apt24 v_2nl3 }rHO5. B. DUPREE, ArToR..EY JI. and Counselor at Law. Otlice-No. ,; Pike' Itow, Baton Rouge, La. Will practice in the St4tte and Federal Courts. HLERRON & JI3EALE, ATTOtN.Ys and COUNeoL01to AT LAw. Othce on North Boulevard street, near the post office, Iaton R]ouge, La. Will attend to all law bud. uees entrusted to them in this and adjoining parishes. A. _. I J ...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

tr' tthJ ply ito1ian LEON ASTII ESIi*............EidtU W. A. LeS IDIEX * . *Publ** sh.e BATON ROUGE SEPT. 3, 1881. II Reed's Gilt Edge Tonic cures Dumb cE Ague. - lan The laborers of Galveston have held a meeting and '"fixed" for a general Bt strike in case their conditions are not complied with. - -_ to In Chicago cotton circles it is believed b that this year's cotton crop will not ex- be seed five million bales, or 150,000 bales th short of last year. It is estimated that there is now on fo the way from Europe about ten million fe dollars in foreign gold coin and bullion, at soon to be followed by other shipments. A fat woman at Long Branch, after at taking several bottles of anti-fat mcdi- in cine, was quietly "thinned out" last pI week. The funeral cortege was a very cc respectable one. th A Now York paper speaks of a man w who was "hbeaton in three suits," which m reminds one of the old time school boy who used to pad his trousers in antici pation ot a thrashing. ol The little...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Louisiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

Two POESt BiT IU. LYTLE. Louisville CourierJournal. The poems below were written by 'Gen. W. H. Lytle, and they will be read with interest to all whom his well known 'Antony to Cleopatra" has made thE name of the author familiar. They have never before appeared in print, having been long in the possession of one who was an intimate friend of Gen. Lytle's-a lady living in Louisville- who has consented that the Courier .Journal shall publish them: I. "LA Mou;T iI" LI'AMOUR." 'The sweet May moon has left the night, Pensive and sad. Another again her light Will shine, and all be glad. iRut no more, love, will thy quenched beam .Rekindle life's delicious dream. 'reo sweet May moon has left the stars Twinkling and bright, Fair sentinels amid the wars - That vex the gentle night, Put thou, oh love, hath veiled the face. And left no starlight in thy place. 'rhe sweet May moon has left the wave I To sing the while; In some sea-hidden, dreamland cave She veils her mellow smile, ttat love hath...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Louisiana capitolian. — 3 September 1881

LOx JA$ TMkI............Edrtr B.TON A. OULE'W . . b:I, 1be1. BATON ROUGE SEPT. 3, 1881. Reed's Gilt Edge Tonfe cures Dumb Ague. "The press is mighty and will pre vail," said the susceptible maiden as she was being hugged by her stalwart lover. Four million pounds of bacon were de stroyed by fire in Chicago, Satnrday, at the packing establishment of John 0. Hatehey. The daughter of Hi German farmer of Vanderburg county, Ind., followed a big negro farm hand to Evansville and married him. France will next have her centennial. The 100th anniversary of the French revolution will be celebrated in 18F9, and preparations will soon be begun. The little city of Piano, Texas, has been almost completely destroyedby fire. In two hours every building in the place was burned except a saloon and a lum ber yard. A dog which during the Crimean war made three Russian soldiers prisoners has just died in a government hospital at Genoa, after being provided fbr b,y the Govornment since that event. oenato...

Publication Title: Louisiana Capitolian
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