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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

W-TJ 4 TEE NATIONAL TRIBUNE:' WASHINGTON, -D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 188f. a3EtiUMSLSA.M The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) Published weekly. One Dollar per Year, Snvariably in Advance. Six months, 75 cents. No subscription for a less period received. SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT. IIOXET sent us, otherwise than by registered teller, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Xctc 1 or.-, iciU be at the risk of Uie sender. A GEXTS. We employ no agen Is. The Natioxal Teibcxe has many volunteer canvassers, and they arc generally hottest and faithful; but persons xcho confide their subscriptions to than must be their own judges of their rcfpo)isibility. The paper toill be tent only on rcccij'l of the subscription price ADDRESS!', REXEWAI, Etc Addresses will he changed as often as desired, bid each subscriber should in crcry rase give the old as iccll asnew address. Jh rcncirtng, subscribers should becarcfid tosend us the label on the hint paper received, and specify any cor rection...

Publication Title: National Tribune, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

- - - THE NATIONiVL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1831; jf &z$srvsf&:-gir2'&z!?-a&rv s WASHINGTON GOSSIP, 'the Wccklv Collection Aliout the Na tional Capital DEATH OF GEN. AIVORD. Gen. Benjamin Alvortl, U. S. A., retired, died nt Lis residence in this city on the 15th insr. He was born in Vermont, and graduated at "West Point in 1SW. From 1S33 to 1S37 he served in the Florida war against the Seminole Indians and took an active part in the skir mishes at Camp Izard in February and March, 3S3G; in the action at Olokhkaha, March 31, 1S36, and at Tholonr.toscssa Creek, April 27, JS36. On Sept. 2S of tho same year ho was pro moted to the rank of First Lieutenant. From 1S37 to 1830 he was on duty at the Military Acadcmv, where, on Sept. 23, 1S37, he was made Assistant Professor of Mathematics and princi pal Assistant Professor of Natural and Experi mental Philosophy. After staying at West Point two years he went again into active serv iceonthefronticr,wh...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

f -xv-yTy ""-"V!-c &" V r - -jrf '-V t?rrfrv- THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1884. ! if, THE GRAND ARMY. The Commander-in-Chief on Ills South ern Tour. HEADQUARTERS BULLETIN. Fisit or Gen. Kosccrans Reception Given II Im by Forsjth Post Au Kntcrtaliiins Canip-FIrc. Toledo, O., Oct. IS. The event of the week at Headquarters was the visit of Gen. W. S. Kawcrans, the gallant soldier, genial gentleman and typical Grand Army man. Gen. Kosecnuis, who was on his way to Michigan, stopped over for a few days, by express invitation from Commander-in-Chief Kountz, for rest and relaxation and the pleasure of meeting his com miles of the Grand Army, many of whom were intimately associ ated with him in his various campaigns. Promi nent among these comrades is Gen. John W. Fuller, who won his greatest renown at the battle of Corinth, while in command of THE OHIO BRIGADE, composed of 27th, 3Stli, 13d and 63d Ohio. Rosecrans was there confronted with 35,000 vet er...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

- -r aTfe-fciv-v f- fcs?W ."- -M-W - o THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHItfGrlW, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1884. -. j, , . , , , , LOYALWOMJJN'SWORK Cheerful Eomes lloasefcold Matters. Fashions. THE CHILDREN'S HOUR. The long Winter evening' arc coining. "What will vou do with your children? And what will you do to make home picuwuit and attract ive for your hoys and girls? Certain is it that if you wotil.1 have happy, contented hearts, nestling under the homo roof peacefully, with no disposition toset-k the street or a neighbor's liouse more to their liking, you must provide some pleasant occupation or recieation for the restless brains and eager hearts of your chil dren. Let them have at least a . children's hour, where restraint is laid aiideaud there is a glad, merry group, when father and mother grow young again, and the house rings with mirth, and laughter. Or, let if be an hour for story telling and tongs: of conundrums and riddles; for guessing proverbs or charades, or some other...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 23 October 1884

rfey" "t. -, t;-- f a "Vf--- -f" n.BSt C? - -"' 8 THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 23, 188. c i lV I K. r $ h p l NEWS OFTHE WEEK, flic News from All Paris of the World. AESO.YB. On tlic Sth insL tha French suffered a rather revere repulse at Tainsui. The Chinese, "by Jiidinjr in the brnslnvooil, suffered sonic MM) of tho French forces to land and eouio wifchiu easy range of their guns before they appeared. The Chinese General Tso then led an attack lib-in the rear of the French forces, which bc c true ;anie stricken. The Chinese forces killed 70 men and captured one gun. They also be Jicadcd '22 French corpses, but desisted from that horrible work upon the protest of the JJrstish Consul. The Chinese loss was 200 killed and wounded. The fighting lasted five hours, at the end of which lime the French retired to their ships. Tin? victory was, however, more than eo:mtcrba!a:iccd by a French success a few davs afterwards at CIui, in which the Chi-ue-e were utte...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

tfc: 3fattml ; : I " v . tiW 2 en ct C JT ms - -&s "TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE, AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS. ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. VOL. IV-NO. 12.-WH0LE NO. 168. 2r wrcw-t--r rr T-n,..-ir ' ii ji j .raosKT3a!W!i ? " - --- --. - -s y----- the ip N The First Campaign Against Vicks burg. MUEPHY'S COWAHDIGE. Gen. Sherman's Repulse at Chickasaw Bayou. ARKANSAS POST. A Brifliant Victory Follows the Disaster. t.y "cAiturrox." COrTRIOHTim. ALL KlliliTS EESEKVED.J XLVIII. To (he Boys aud Girls of the United States: The onler issued by tlio War Department Oct. 21, 1SG2. appointing Eoseerans to succeed Buell, also appointed Gen. Grant Commander of the Department of the Mississippi. He had 4S,0G0 men, but they were very much scattered. Several thousand were needed to protect the railroad over which he received hi3 supplies. There was so much going on iu Virginia and Kentucky that the War Department had not time to give m...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. ly others, with firitiKof pistols: horses attached to wagons coutniuinjr bnilj;i! tiiiil-er rutiuiiip; iu every direction; timber unlu.idin: iteli' at evcrr jump-: caisson teams taking their own way out of the aided! The teams of the fine barouches with the Cotmrt.ine:i, where were they? Echo.mswered "Where?" Theyhad im portant business to transact at the scat of Gov ernment. Without witnessing such a scene, one cannot picture iu his imagination one like it. Tin: ROUT. Many of the stragglers confmenced an indis criminate firing fxoin a point on the road west of the hospital, near tlu stable and cdue of woodland, which had the clliot to check, in a measure, any movement of tin- cavalry down the Warrcutou road, as no doubt was their in tention. I had crossed the road from the place I had the guard stitioncd, and got near the hospital yard fence. There was a cassion nearby, uver tiie rail of which 1 threw my blanket. ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. 3 FIGHTING THE&J OYER, What Our Yetcrans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. PORT REPUBLIC. A Kansas Comrade's YcrKion of the Fipht. To the Editor: From Front ltoy.il, Shields's Division, already worn with long marches through incessant rains and- deep mud, was ordered to Port IJepublic, G2 miles distant, to burn the bridge and intercept Jackson and prevent him from escaping to Kichmnud. At Luray the Third and Fourth Brigades, under command of Gen. Tyler, were ordered forward on a forced march, tho Fourth Brigade, under Col. Carroll, a few hours iu advance. Col. Carroll reached Port Republic Sunday (the Sth) and got possession of the bridge and a portion of his troops crossed over, lie was in hearing of the battle of Cross Keys, and for some reason the bridge was not burned. Jack son got possession of the bridge, and Carroll withdrew a short distance. It was hinted, even spoken, that Carroll soughta light an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTQNtfiD. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30 188." The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per Year, 2uvariably In Advance. PTt months, 75 cent. No (subscription for a less period received. SPECIAI. AXKOITXCIIMKXT. 2IONEV sad us, otherwise than Unregistered letter, postal notes, postal money order, or draft on Nctc lor;, icill Ue al the risk of the sender. AGENTS. Wc employ no agents. TheNational TRIBUNE him many volunteer canvassers, and they ire generally honct-t and faithful ; Uut persons who confide their subscriptions to them must be their own Judges of their raqKinsiljility. The paper will be Bent only on receipt of the subscription price. ADDRESSES. RENEWALS. Etc. Addresses will be changed as often as desired, but each subscriber should in every case give thcoldr.s well as nctc address. Jn rcncieing.rubbcribcrsbhoidd becarcftd tosend u.s the label on the last :pcr received, and specify any cor rections or cltaitgcs they desire m...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON;!. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. ff" WASHINGTON GOSSIP, Tlie Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. ttill Tirenc be a mistress fob the -white HOUSE? Ever since tho accession of President Arthur to the office of Chief Magistrate possip lias been assigning hiai a wife to become the first lady of the land, and certainly a score of ladies have been mentioned in tiiis connection with moro or less positivenessof assertion as to their engagement with tho President. Mr. Arthur is a handsome, courtly man, very fond of ladies' society and warm in his attachments, which, involving as it does attentions to tho ladies into whose society circumstances happen to throw him. gives color to many of these reports. For some reason it has been felt impossible that he should leave tho White House with out conferring upon somo one of the ladies in whom he has taken an evident interest the position of a short reign as queen of that bright world of feminine hopes an...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE GRAND ARMY, The Commander-in-Chief in the South. The Departments. GEN. KOUNTZ'S TOUR. JTho Commander -In - Chief's Enthusiastic Jleccntioxi at Nashville, Mempliis, Chat tanooga and Atlanta. KNOXVII.LE, TENN., Oct. 23. To tiie Editor: Commander-in-Chief Kouniz arrived at Nashville Sunday lDth, and was met at the depot by Department Com mander Jones, Maj. Mills. Commander Law rence and delegation of comrades from Geo. II. Thomas Post, No. 1. Nashville, and escorted to the Maxwell House, where he was the guest of Thomas Post. On Monday the Commander-in-Chief was driven to all points of interest in the city, iucludiiiR the many public buildings and the battlefield, and in tho evening Masonic Theater was packed to overflowing with Xabh ville's best citizens, many of whom were cx Confcdcnite soldiers, including Gen. Frank Cheatham, who was among the first to greet Commander Kountz. The "Drummer Boy" was introduced to the large audience by Maj. A. W. Mills in a most happy manner, and m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884. 1 " LOYALWOMP'SWORK o Hoifle . "Woik Fashions Experience Meeting Conversation Club. "A FAYOHITE POEM ASD ITS AUTnOTJ. "In response to a request from Mrs. II. Hayes, wife of a Union veteran, Litch licM, Pa.,vhosays bIic watches ami reads with admiring eyes all that conws from woman's pen in Tim Na tionai. Tiiinrxn, wo reproduce Horace Smith's "Hymn to the Flowers." Kvery reader of Tiik TuinCNi: who agrees with Henry Ward -Ikccbcr tli.it llowcrs are the sweetest things God ever made and forgot to put a soul into will read the poem with genuine interest, be cause of the author's sympathetic pleasure in those exquisite creations of the Divino Will. Flowers have ever been held np as types of the divinest beauty. They have served aiiko the poet and philosopher as fitting forms of comparison; while both Solomon, the embodi ment of human wisdom, and He who spalec as never men spake, turned to them for the most touching ill...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 30 October 1884

S THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. C, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1884; ?-v NEWS OF THE WEEK, 0 TJie News from All Paris of the World. ABROAD. A mob of ronglis attempted to stop a Con servative meeting in Dumfries on the 22d inst-, at which the Marquis of Salisbury was speaking. Later they showed him eucIi vio lence that the police were obliged to use forco to protect him. Prince Albert Victor, of Wales, will start nest Spring on a long tour through the Continent, and will afterwards visit the United States and Canada. The English Parliament opened on the 23d, tho Queen making the following speech opening the session : " My Lords and Gentlemen I have "broiifiht you together to enable you to further consider the yroat object of the representation of the p-.onle. 1 continue to maintain relations of amity with all foreign powers. The infor nsationfroin the Soudan includes painful un certainties, but tho energy, courage and re source conspicuously displayed by Cen.Gordon iti the successfu...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

-jr- " -fT? P "S5" V''?;' Vfir&n- " -?!- ? !' V,-iT - --"? eo-j. v -x- "a- - .,. j, ?ft ,css9aKiasK. j; (Erttmi Jfeftotol 32 - .x Z' & .? -- SB CD TO CARE FOR HIM WHO HAS BORNE THE BATTLE. AND FOR HIS WIDOW AND ORPHANS a ESTABLISHED 1877.-NEW SERIES. WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884. VOL. IV-NO. 13 --WHOLE NO. 169. ''W-K:SvV'JJ : vs"'' v. - -v. a -.- , ., SJWlr THE piON. The Army of the Potomac on the Rappahannock. "STUCK EST THE MUD." Demoralized Condition of the Command. HOOKER IN COMMAND. First Real Cavalry Fight of the War. BY "CABEETON. tCOrvr-ICKTED. AM. EKHK KUSEHVED. XLIX. 3b the Hoys end Girls of the United States: Once more wo turn to the Army of tbc Poto mac Tim last time wc saw it the soldiers were making their way across the pontoons to the Falmouth Hills after the disastrous defeat at Fredericksburg. It was Midwinter, and the whole stretch of land opposite Fredericksburg was covered with huts. The people of the North were much discour ged by the di...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

,-'?-.- -s s' -' "'''' -g"'VI&v&V-J&j $r " ffA"' c -r ?2&-&Z -2 THE JSATIOtfAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGJPQNv-D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884. to ask if wo miRlit occupy ouo room of the house a short lime. My request being met with a prompt refusal, I asked Col. Lopuu to take possesion of one end of the house, which ho at once did. Wo then carrird tho General in and laid him upon a bed which was there, and after posting a puard at the door I told Gen. Itansom that he would live but 'a few houra at most aud that if there was. anything he wished to do in view of the fact it would bo wise to attend to it at once. He expressed surprise ufr my information, hut calling one of Iiis aids to the bftdsldo, dictate! what scorned to me quite a long will. He than thanked those around him for their efforts in taking care cf him, bidding each an affectionate farewell. Just at this time Gen. Girlin came to the door, and the guard, in view of his rank, admitted ' him. He htepped to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

" - "V s-'"i JrP- !Sp!15w??55Sp 5?f(I A- - " -M -r -i3 - iV-'Kvr ,f -.-?;' 5 " C THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, J). 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884. FIGHTING THEIj OVER What Our Veterans Have to Say About Their Old Campaigns. WHO CAPTURED THE 23dG A. A Veteran Shan"ooter GItcs a Very CircurcsUn tlal Account or the Affair. To Tnn Editoh: In your issue of Oct. 2 I read-a statement from D. O. Picknnl. Hospital Steward, 2J U. S. S. S., claiming for that regi ment tbc honor of capturing the -lid Ga., Stonewall Jackson's rvar-guaid. While 1 do not wish to detract one iota from the honor of any soldier or command in that battle, yet I WoVd iiljc your rcuU'rs to Lear my statement, and trust that .-ome of Co. C who wore present will vouch for its accuracy. Although that battle was fought over HI years ago, Lieut. E. A.Wilson's statements in the aitiele referred to arc a? 1 saw them and arc poiUJvcly true, without a'jy exaggeration whatever. TJie 23d Ga. took ivldge in what we supposed at t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

vjatn"?v-is.-rj j 53ci-i;3''fC-r. -"Jf "" ' " t v-s R v -"; ' - " ,V" -"- f &' ... -C35fVOw -i" T-"" "-.-V ,- A. t3 ' THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, (D. 0 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1881. x" ssrrv jFsr$ sp- ijr-&"-?r ""fC The National Tribune. (Established 1877.) PUBLISHED WEEKLY. One Dollar per ITcar, STnvarinbly iu Advance. fcix months, 75 cent. "So subscription for-a less period received. SPECIAL. AKOUXCE3rENT. 2IOXliY senilis, olhcncise than by registered letter, jposfal notes, jHwtal money order, or draft on 2?cu l'orh, icill be at the mfc of Uie render. AGJINIS. We employ no agents. Tnn National Tniuc-K has mat:y volunteer canvassers, and they arc cmcn&y Jionetl and faithful; but persons uho confide their subscriptions to them must bz their oirn judges of their responsibility. Tnc paper tviU bs unt only on receipt of the subscription price ADD1U2&E!, JUZfEWALS, Etc Addresses will bs changed as often as desired, but each subscriber fhpuld in every cix&givc thc...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

k ?i psZT 'HnaHMiVnNVHMW ?t!?ffpi - -- - -- -I. .J - THE NATIONAL TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON,D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884. 5 Vs v WASHINGTON GOSSIP, The Weekly Collection About the Na tional Capital. A, NEW SZCRETAJtY OF TIIE TBEASUItY. What Prcs. Arthur fondly hopes will be the last change in his Cabinet until its dissolution next March, occurred during the week. Gen. Gresham, who was recently appointed Secre tary of the Treasury, was suddenly given the Circuit Judgcshipof the Seventh Circuit, which comprises the Suites of Indiana, Illinois and "Wisconsin. It was intended to give him this place a little later. The geutleman has an itching for almost every office that is in sight, and so thought that if tho Kepublicans carried tho -Indiana Legislature he might like to suc ceed D. V. Voorhces as Senator. Therefore, lie wanted to have tho Circuit Judgeship held, 'until after the election, so that ho could liavo a choice between the two. But Judge Drum rnond, who now presides over the Se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

P?nI5Sq?5SS!'M-ate. s-v - j - -- isr-s& ;-? r I'e . ''-V -"""' ' - '-" - "-'" '. -iAV--V 'J'l f, 5 V 4. . - r THE NATIONAL TfLIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, ISSi. THE GRAND ARMY, The Commander-in-Chief Home Again. The Departments. HEADQUARTERS NOTES. Jrowth or the Grand Army In the South The ProjcctfcAr.Eaj.tcrn Tour of Commander Kountz. ToLl'DO, O., Nov. 1. Commander-in-Chief Konntz has returned from his Southern visit to comrades in Tennes see and Georgia, and speaks in the most enthu siastic terms of his visit and tho fraternal courtesies showered upon him. While in Nash ville lie was tho guest of George H. Thomas Post and the Department officers, and of that genial gentleman and earnest organizer, De partment Commander E. S. Jones, who ac companied him on his entire trip, and was un remitting in his cQbrls to make it both interesting and agreeable. JIauy friendly at tentions were extended to him by resident ex Confedcratcs wherever he went, which were receiv...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The national tribune. — 6 November 1884

pSSP5SPS g-vVi&rS??- rS'14'3" --E-SSi" i"-? !' v THE NATIONAL .TRIBUNE: WASHINGTON, D. 0., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884. LOYAL WOMAN'SWORK Home "Work Fashions Experience Meeting Conversation Clab. ECOXOJIV IK HOUSEiCKEPrXG. Kotbiut; better attest tho economical honse kecper than th condition oflicr wardrobe and her work-basket. It is a mistake that economy consists in the ios-cs-ion of a few ill-fitting, cheap garments, and in tho absence of all the convenience and coniiort of the kitchen, or tho Eewing department. Tho truly economical housewife mr.y pur chase little for herseJl, but silo, knows instinct ively that she must have serviceable material and propor implements to work with. If sho buys a dr-ss sho will select material that will not shrink, or lose its color, or become Elimsy and wrinkled. She will do this because she herself can haveome satisfaction in the possession of it, and when sho is through with it the children wiil take their turns in wearing it, made over so as...

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