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   Republican Sterling Gazette (Newspaper) - March 29, 1862, Sterling, Illinois                                YH TOtUME MA11CTI 29 1SK STERLING GAZETTE 8ATOODAT KIT6TOJIB 8T IK Office and Mail Always pijrnbU in to charged tlione who in the UATH4 OF 3rn 3m ofllumn I I anlumn oolurnn I 1 I 7500 I Butinem not oxceertinK nvoli rear each charged the rate of ono dollar ten linos for first and iweatVllve cents per square for cuch subsequent Thow who order the advertisements will be hold for Wilmer t YOU will tlicro find tlie Premium Millinery Store nil in a caused by Mkj ciirrring vcrv There can be Lnilies Joods f CTerj doscriptiun mid among whjch art ZOUAVES A very superior stock of 3T TJ I fur winter uf EMGROininUES nd full Assortment of all styles o old ladies Dress Mourning tho BUSINESS Attorney at Office in tbo Keystone UKick Magistral and General Collecting Agon Offitt tlio Iost Sterling 80 Iniurance the Bank of Henry A 1 Attorney mid Councilor nt Law and Nolar Ollice over Oa HurdwaK Third ST I H N G IK 174 I 0 of Meet every Mond it the lloom over look Out for the Big Bonnet Tin in times like lion many show their And love of country in n kind Of gently oer me stealing One mnn goes pratiiiR long and loud About our nation Unt while the soldiers gape around VTir a fend important positions which could not be sacrificed without immense loss of material and rather than dispatch regiments to a point remote from nil steamboat or rail road though impor tant could be abandoned without serious This choice in no manner reflects on the n i Jolinsims Store linn IllinuU IHMIUIJ be toiiml at ull if not out professional JOItX KEKU EUSTACE A 130 Clnrk between Wiisliinaton laiproTed Patent Wholesale Urpot 82 Lake 1rice Caluloiiics sent on EUWAUU Atlgrncv ut and Solicitor in Sterlinu Will iitteml promptly to nil U his Olliee in Keystone over i Johnsons I W A S A H II O K Aimit for Ibx Ameneiui Kxpress denier in nil in of Aneient ami iuKiilnr first mid Third Tuesday Kreniuri oleverv ut their over UiTyntiiiis II All of the Intent Such l mnKnificcn displov of eooils is seldom seen in the jirain towns of the Walk urnl si and hear tho Wo will ohurne yo nothing unless von tuke a HLEACI1IX3 A HKrAlllIXU WELL PONE I have also associated wilh me well known as an lenned who IH with new Wheeler A Wilnon to do everything belonging to that cki und warrant To all our customers we come 4 Millinery and Fancy FOR ISC Opposite Wallace HAiRIDIElNr LS receiving the heM nssnrlmcnl of Millinery KAMV GOODS ever kept in und ut low She would eml ihe attention of to her new and enm sloik ol Milli The will liml it lo their interest to exumine hel stuck before ma king theil us she cull Mipplv mem mi kinds of Fiiney She would nlto inviti ull IrieniU and piilrons to cull at the wheieshe willkeep u complete Block ol than lius ever been in BLEACHING AND PRESSING Done on short 1 It K S S II A K I N Giii will he connected with the 11 Til 11KKUKS OK K A C with long face he nsks A blessing on our forces He wants a chance to try his hand In contracting for horses Hes loyal to the Stars it nil He for Jackson As longs his contract he 11 Old Abe just lay tin tax on Anothers older bn her went To school with Lincoln s Tu show his love of country ho Would furnish it with 1m cans Hodtry to cup oldUncle And trv that style of bleeding And all the wlnelic prates about This JatwtaMt seceding I Another wants a sutlers To light he isnt able And so hed like to do his share Hv furnishing the table I 11 loves his dear old oountry s And Yankee Doodle Dandy And so he shows his love lor them lly selling poisoned brandy I Go whore yon look where you Youll lind these army leeches In in on the stump A making Union Round barroom fires Ihene wintry irghtfl They drink their whiskytoddy shiver in the Tl intn in Awav with nil such men as Wlio roh onr lings defenders To Warren nnd to Lafayette With Mich base pretenders And if at sll onr old dear lag Is be rent ft Let it he done And not by those who plunder them with of Miet evrry und m OddKHoH s Mull Third lIoynlouR 1 i 1 1 d s c and rjcmity Sprcial iittnlion given diiasus of the fvnnd their real OITicc orerCen A Jewelry in the IXUB3 J l A H Attoratya and Counsellors ut und Olliru in Joinimrciul htci Notary la I A C E V Kuginear and Will Kive his attention lha erection nnd repairing of Steam Kngines an4 Machinery of all Also all kinds fBlacksmithinn done en short bhopneur Ike Wallace Citr Hoxton and Oppositii the Central lias on hand ull kinds of and is prepared with Hearse and Car I realy to tfive prompt attention hours ot the Oflka over Craw ferdi All operations per in the best p issible Teutk extracted witn comparatively little or no by the usu of Klectro Xatary Real Kstato and Grnersl collect Attention giren In pay in i taxes in and nnd loaning of mouur prompily uttendud Choiio inipraredand nnimprorsil for t ale on eaiy at H EN II Ill ICE A Attorneys at und Solici in Oflict au ilie corner of Third and Market Ttr thu Uiiniiinj Ollict of Henry A Commissioners of Deeds lor States of UauachuscUs and 1 lULZSSJlEXJty HENRY A Dealers in Exchange und Land Will attcud M the Iavment of Iurcluise and Kulo of Lund Noles add Dills cellected und proceeds remitted at rules Otliee corner of Third and Market Z PAGE Blank Hook Itook and wholesale dealers in und IM Lake corner of p stairs Stock of all kinds constantly en of all kinds neatly Tin iiEuoivs or New is now in iiddilion to other the celebrated collection known in Kurope und Americans Jinilyi Ihutuijraphic Jnrtralt in which 1ortrails of neai ly 11 the prominent men of not excepting Jell and u host ol other 1rice uf lol trails per Can be sent hv SCKXKS OK THE WAU FOR THE arc card ami in stereoscopic foi Views ill in imrls of Knijliinil nnd Fninee in on the in Tnr Ilie IIulv Our IiixtniiliincoiK Stereoscopic Views Till I1IUATKST WllNUKIl OK Til K These are taken in the fortieth part of a and the rnshiiiKol the moving of or the march ot un does not in the est decree affect the taking of these They are sold for per Jfc Imvu also on hand and manufacture the largest assortment of Photograph ic and Photographic Materials in the United and perhaps in Ihe containing lists of all onr Portraits Views sent free bv on receipt of a Ool near Nicholas WHEELER WILSONS SELECTED MISCELLAN UKIXSTATKMBXT Perhaps no single statement of a persona character ever Hashed across the breadth of our cbunlry which excited more general gratification thin llie announcement on last Thursday that Jons FHEMOST had been appointed to tho command of R new Military Department composed of Western Eastern Kentucky and East and so southward he advances to the Atlantic In his former Fre mont was subordinate to and controlled by the Commanding General on the Potomac in his new Department he will report di rectly lo the Oflice and bo subordinate to the President lie will it ig at the head of a column of not less than which will bo re enforced as the exigencies of the service Though his new district is rough and rugge forbidding tho use of heavy artillery or cavalry sivc within narrow lim it affords ample scope for energy and patriotic and its will not pass From tlie day of Ills assignment as a Ma jorGeneral of Volunteers to the commit il of the Department of tho Fremont has been honored with the deadliest anrt have retreated from Springfield to Holla tin but who chose instead to attack 000 wellarmed and well posted rebels at the head of scarcely Rood part raw and though not army probably retreat ed with smaller losshiss own pre cioiislifeciceptedtlian if he had declined a And did no err in failing to re enforce Mulligan at Lexington becauBche was al the critical vnotnentcotn mandod to send fue wellarmed regiments of infantry to the was more than ho had at Louis and he did Older Davis at Jefferson in North Lane on the Kansas in every available regiment that was within reach of Lexing to hasten lo the relief of Mulligan and it was no fault ofhis that none of these orders was effectively The absurd injustice holding him sc countable for alleged extravagance nnd cor ruption in the commissariat ef his Depart ment cannot need His commis sary was a regular army appointed to that post from Washington but even if he had been General Fremonts personal what of it There have been fla grant waste and inisjcdgmcnfif not Una very in the piirchane of beef on tho Potomac but who thinks of laying tlcss to the charge of War is always and army if generally have been sorely belied for The unavoidable the pressing wherewith supplies were required and obtained lor the Department of the when sorely pressed by enemies flushed with tho disasters of Hull Hun and the death of would excuse cvon greater Fremont was relieved of his West ern command and rnquired to report himself promptly at The order reach ed him promt tly at to which pointhe had chased Sterling 1rice and delivering scvcncighlB of Missouri from rebel devasta officers had confidently asserted his inability to proceed further than Warsaw and the for want of trans and becauso of the deep mire of the prairie He calmly rcfucd and was on histrack of the rebel chiefs when the order of recall reached He believed that he could have E88AT 05 Krad btfurt Hn Kick Iitcfr Tnrmiri anl f chanlri at of Sugars are by most into three vii and rmllc Rcgnault sugar of acid which is usually classed with grape Cancond eating scries of vegetable of which and the fibre of lump and flax as gum and gumtraga and as other which dining the growth of the rip ening of the and are changed from one to tho They all have a constant quantity ol carbon and and of the proportions that go to make water so if we take to Aq for an atom each of hydrogen and their formula will stand Cellulose c 12 10 c 1 10 c 12 Cane Sugars o IB Grnpu Sugars c 12 12 Conreyancer and Heal Kstutc attend pronilitly to ull business tu his MI the iUrchase and Salt of In niMit uf in Having a cnniplete Abstract of Tiilu to all Heal Kstate in said will special attention to the investigation of Chums and exe cution of Ollire at the left of the Recorders Court House Ii SEWING MACHINES at HeJitced 00 UN UNION Prcs idoqt Vice President Trtfiiuter II The abnvu CompiiiT beiiin fullv organized under a charter granted bv Iho ol thia is pre Sured to isaue PuheieH agaiist loss or by re on Furniture and other lor one or live ut tho customary 1 e and well furnished with Foot and Jlcmmer with Glass Knot and Ilemmer with the old s1 4 Machine on Ilain Ilemmer Cvlinder on Ilain Tiible with Ilemmer The iiljnvtMachines lo he supe rior lo imv and every other ing lo purehiihi are Hinply requisled to examine lor anil lo compareits stilch and general woi k und workings with that of uny oth er in wilh or sup plied nt rated ahovc AM NKEDLKS Ior these Machines iilwnjs on i Illinois This Ur contai j containing I nu has recently Jules retiring alui jj j Skinner Mason atill remains as Huth the Skinner and It LISOM ary ell Vnown throughout thu western rountrv as of iu hutel keep and nuulUtr ib necessary that the will be cotrlte ted in a nmltnrr llu of the A Au pur A purlin to or flu liuok will an I uhd IMW A ojtf v i o s n o T i AT AVir Inivillg leased ihe Tuples JL would to the publicthat lie has rclitUd the and will keep a public under the iibovj ning n dav two in cannot do better ihrui give thfs Iloust call the terms are only ONli PKlt faiv cannot be excelled in the tit Pel at lend i who ore obliged to in n for IOMWS can inukc ut a reduction from llm above A STA11LK Will be lo those having teams nnd for nishilitf own A Uiv rvuuUr boarders will iudmMUKuu ui I liate not btit of all who in the loyal States sympa thized wilh the Southern rebels and at heart desired their Tens of llwusamls wtio would regret to see tho country divided ard shorn of power and are still so infatuated with affection for our Xational cancerj or rather so anxious to rewiw their profitable alliance with those who control and inflame that they deprecate any vin dication of Xational authority which shall utterly discomfit and prostrate the They would have the rebellion gently but firmly pressed on every side in overwhelm ing armies compelled to give ground without its resources exhausted or plainly until its con vinced ttal tlity ciuiriot fulfill their original shall bo willing to accept instead a Kiich new con cessions to and guarantees for Slavery as shall enable thorn to return to a semblance ol loyalty with the port and influence of conquerors men having gone to war for their had obtained though not in the fashion that they liail originally The churn pioi s of mifh a reconstruction instinclivc ihciriuipla cable Even before his famous pndlcriug freedom to the slaves of all rebels ill arms against the au thority and forces of the they garded him but the appearance of that tnanifuilo confirmed and their Had he been as wise and as provident is their malignity would not have been That Fremont may have committed errors in his administration of the vast Io partment o the his friends have always conceded yet it is difficult to sny what they He tliJ not err in fortfyin when the rebel armies threatening it from three directions far outnumbered all the forces umler his when those forces were but half organized and not half when th city itself fermented with and whei the exigencies of the ser vice compelled him to send liiu regiments as equipped to distant leaving the com mercial and military emponiia of the but fur at thu mercy of a com bined of traitors without and traitors llu diil int err in gluS down the Mississippi to Cairo with ricat pomp and liis troops covering a porlect llotilla of steamboats fur it was necessary to the safety cf tint the rebel spies mid scouts should buliev and repoit that he reenforced Cairn with when in fact cuuld only pparu it less than He nut err in failing to reenforce j Lyon at distant for his form was utterly o the needs of Jeffurfon ami iir and he wiiicly chose to do it is certain that they must either have met him in battle or been ignominiously chased out of the Had he beaten them or chased them without he was fully dotcriiUried to follow to the Missisaidpi or to The rains were orer the Autumn skies were bright and genial the roads were now in good But a clam or had been raised against him which seem ed to require his and the order was Many predicted that he would dis regard and press on at the head af his enthusiastic arid devoted He quietly turned over his command to the oflicdr des ignated lo receive entrcalci all to render implicit obedkncc to their new and returned to and to For he silently awaited hut just ice in which he nver lost faith he was not for no charges wore preferred against him but the appointment by Congress of n joint Committee of Inquiry into the duct of tho at length afforded him the coveted He was called before that whereof the eminent Senator Wade of Ohio was thorough ly examined with regard to the his brief but eventful The Com mittee were not left to trope blindly for an Investigating of the House had Fpcnt time at Louis in placed record all the one sided testimony that cculd bo raked up to his With this testi mony before the Joint Committee went carefully over lha whole and the resultwas a decided and hearty vindi catin o and a strung recom mendation to the President that he be re stored to That recommendation has been complied to the great satis faction of nearly all the friends of tho Ad ministration and of others who coiiur with tnem in ardently desiring that tUe overthrow of the rebellion shall be unqualified and ex It is a cheering truth through all hours d darkness and when divested ol position and when influ ential politicians and which had formerly been foremost in his support were loudest in his and when the Pro Slavery organs were baying in full chorus upon his the popular heart never but beat warmly and trustj lully for John No vehemence of no deeming unanimity in do could shake tho popular convic tion though lie is liable lo j like nil fallible his impulses are noble nnd and his heart true to his lo Humanity and to Am in ih ntw sphere of now opening beforu the prnyeu of millioni will voko blessings on the head the hcrui while leading across ihe Allej ghanits the biave and true men who advance to crush out rtl Ironpon and rnstora the benignant fway ofOrdti atH Cane Sugar is found in sugar the sugar corn sorgho and and in tho conding sap of the and the descend ing sap of tho which takes its namo from tho crystalline grains is found also in acid Sor ghe and in certain rftagcs of their and in the ascending sap of the mv tho descending pap of the and in the urincof persons afllicted with diabetes Cane sugar is changed to by the addition of an by careless manufacturing and by and can bo extracted from vegetable by Ihe action of diluied sulphuric Starch is largely converted into grapo in for the manufacture of Milk sugar is always found in the milk of nnd is used chiefly by on account of its being the least soluble of all sugars in water and Hath cane and grape sugars seoin to be picsent at times in and as grape sugar crystallizes with moro difficulty than cane it in it may be desirable to determine the relative quantities of which can be by adding to a small quantity of the a lew drops tho cnricsugarwill be thrown down as a black or brown while grape silgnr will fit tho most be only slightly decompos ed instead ol sulphuric ajd potassa or the cane sugar will bo un the grape sugar will turn black and In manufacturing sugar from thu the roots tre pupcd and the juico to iiiS after it is defecated at the temperature of TH5 sufficient lime made by pouring on lime ten times its weight of bulling while sorghum conUini from 12 to IT The yleld beet sugar in is staled by Bousing to be from 1100 to 1200 per which te manage that rtqiireg 43 dnrs work of a and days ol a The whole yield of beet sugar in France is ibout half the suRar ncretjf ribbon cane in produces from 1700 to 1800 it is said take 170 days work to produce Tho yield in Louisiana is a trine over a hogshead of sugar per with CO gallons of molasses to the and is calculated that one hand will produce jThe entire crop in 181J was The apparatus for refining sugar on a small is nuither so cestly as to be out of the reach moderate combined intelligence and The apparatus of the largo being a matter of rather than The whence this which as gained so worldwide a celebrity is is thus no ticed in Dickens Household Words In and several districts of grows a moderate sized with shining and a crooked In the fruit it is readily recognized by its orance colored ubcuUs largo as golden The rind is hard and and covers a whita soft the favorite food of many kinds of within are the round not an inch in ashgray in and covered with very silky The Germans fancy they can discover a resemblance In them to pray and call them crows but the likeness is puroly The tree is the strychnine and the nut is the deadly poison The latter was aarly used as a medicine by the and its nature and properties un derstock by Oriental doctors long before it was known to foreign Hog killer and fish scale are two of its Arabic It is stated that at present the natives of llindoatan often take it for many months in much the same manner as opium eaters oat They commence ivith taking the eighth of a nut a and gradually increase their allowance to an en lire which would be about twenty If they eardireclly before or after no unpleasant effects arc prtducedi but they neglect this spasms SKETCH 0 The following is a short sketch of the life of Samuel who commanded tho Federal forces during their rectnt fought victorious battle til Arkansas GencralSamucl in of New entered the military acade my of West Point as a cadet in year to give a slightly alkaline which is determined by iis turning red litnun pa blue the lime water is thoroughly stirred the raised to 212 but withdrawn at the commencement of lesi scum which should bo The lime combining with the free albuminous the and coloring produces unsuluble com and circcts a rind of Too much should not bo lor it forms withthe a Saccharate of When defecation is the lignous is filtered through ani mal whcruby U loses coloring matter and when it is quickly con veyed to the concentrating where it should be boiled as rnpidly as for an acid ia even in the case of the and maple which instead of containing an containing which changed part of the cane unorystallizablo grape When the boiling is it is run into When temperature falls to 176 ATlien it reach es is poured into conical nnd kept in a room of 60 Crystallization is 24 or SO when a pliK of wat is removed from the bottom of the to draw oil the which leaves a ctirJe sugar that must be refined or In manufacturing cane the juice is poured into live of which generally make a The which is the is for tho juice is heated to it is skimmed nnd passed on to the in the third it is further if and so The boiling is run oil into llat reser where it is allowed to cool for 21 then it is poured into where the is and it is This operation generally yields IJiown 31 while 50 is left the molasses being giMpo and due entirely to Though neither of thesis methods are expected to do for we may fjine hints from pin to tin ue high ami pel hnjiii iUTiug through animal In regard to making from which must be to make it where is cnnc sugar is present n it when the grape sometimes is due to or to a fermcn ttnion that sets in alter it is i speaking of tho nf beet most beautiful sugar U now Tim DEATH OF Mo m the death of the Janitor of the Sen there parsed a man of strong mind and ofalirge area of He knew much about the once famous masonic liehas related to le when those who had nerved themselves to the act of killing Iforgan met in a lonely locality in There a box was placed containing red and while red As each one clTnTcTo the without the least coinmu nication with the they took ono of the then at a distance from this place eachone looked to see what had been his If awhile fce went his way and held no eouversc wth any ono on the but if he found a red one in his the doom was on Atan appointed place he met tho like had found the fatal and there tho order of of the last dread net of this great error and great tragedy was H is ono of the strangest pages ui our the first national horses held at in Floyd one of the speakers at tho which occurred at the closa of the The assertion made in the fol lowing which we copy from the published report of his was made good recently at In speaking of he said Buf people do not always run I You have trotters here and after all that is said and I believe that is the best gait for will emulate your and in a fiw short years hope in a shorter time than you wil come to we will exhibit fine horjfs and It in to add that the exhibition made of his trotters last week is perfectly He can tnt in trotting sccnn to bo his forte jus 1st ol July in that year was appointed a brevet second lieutenant of the Seventh in Ho resigned on the 30th of He practiced as a ciril engineer in Ohio from that time until 1837 SVom to ho was civil en gineer of thoMuskingiim rircr He next practised and was a counsel lojatjaw in Ohio for a length of time from iricr which he went to During Ohio he was ami afUMYSrds colorel of the s He become adjutant general of thi Slateof Ohio from May to June la of lie same He then under took tho colonelcy of the Third rejirmnt of Ohio volunteers in the Mexican and fought in the United SUtes sorvice during the campaign in He served col onel from June to June After the discharge of bis lie served in tho stuff of Brigadier General Wool as acting assistant adjutant s and afterwards acted as the civil and milita ry Governor of in in Oo hisrelurn lie was appointed chUf engineer of the Des Moines river improve in the Stale of This position he filled from Decem or to Japua ry He was afterwards returned to Congress to represent a district in Stato of While serving commanded tho Second Regiment of Iowa Volunteers and while they were in service in he had to leave his command in of Lieutenant Tuttte while proceeded to Washington to attond the ex tra session of in which he spots strongly in faror of the Union nnd its At the close of the ho returned to Missouri to back up his words with still noolcr He waa appointed briga dier his commission dating from and resigned his Mat in Con gress to further take up arms in defence of the For somo lie hid charge of the city and district of jurisdiction over the in this served under When Halleck assumed command of the Curtis was ordered to a moro important post at as a starting point and depot of con centration of the troops now under his When properly as acting Major Gcnoral in command of a coipxiV ofGetHral Price and his rebel On the 14th ot Hillock officially announced that Curtis command had captured Springfield on the that the flog of thu Union was loafing over Iho border and in Arkansas on the 20thr thatGeneral had defeated Price at Sugar Creuk 21 that ho had laken possession of Hen tonvillc on the that he driven thu rebels from Cross Hellgws on the that he had taken sf FayetUrilU and that he has batten united robol commands in tho lioston Such a of In worthy of Napoleon tha A Wonn to THS the Duko of Wellington was tho last thing ho took was a liltlo Ou his servants hand ing it to hhn in a and asking if ha would have tho Duko if you These were his list Ho K much kindness and courtesy is expres sed by lie who had cnmmarded tha greatest armies in and was long ac customed to llio tone of did not despise or overlook tha small of how many boys What a rude tone of command olton use to their lilllo and and BOIJBO limas to thoir Theyf rJtr This is and showi a coarse nature and hard all your h on 10 lal kj re m I fjoii Among your dont If you To nil who wait upon or believe that if will you better served than all the cross or or dering words in the whole Dont forget Httlo you INSTABILITY ufvui HA iff far from Naples near their are parls of the ancient templa ot the Kgyption Serapis still throe beaulifjl columns es peiiallv B peaks of its former At i heighlh present Jie cu ri HIS tight of being worm eaten und recent researches leave no doubt thtt the waters of llie Mecilcrrantan once covered thorn so high as to bring these upper within reach of the Kea Since then tho land has risen high stranger they are by a niynteriuui furco ince more lo bo Already Iho lioor of the temple U again covered with and a centuty hente new general na of inollusces I mny dwull in theiuine abandoned homes of j their which arc now beyond tbiJ reach of he highest DitiNt TAKH exchanga tells of a storekeeper in a neighboring coun ty who recently had larjjj rulls for cotton whkh at ancoeloarcd his rade from the in place oi the moasiis j Tho newt day he ordered a supfly like bavin tbettste of the from the tity and found the whole sAlc price five cents a yard more than ho re tailed Well bet fellow neither took ills paper nor should prove ati evample lo and in place of threo or s riniWo or treble ii liirig j contninil t out 10 0 of suar the boil which ii the richest of tugarcaacs j Piois conlrabniis are very pious in their though they have an odd way of even in We all know about tha good darkey who prayed that his belored mislrciis might liko a great roarin seckn Bomebody ti Down tt Port the ollcr an old was heard pouring out his as follows 0 Lord he bress Yankee bobolitionist Anitii was vigorously by all his Do Lord brcss ebery ont ofde dear gooil lUV pity us for pickiu and Ioor old Sauiho had never heard his new friends ilesignatcd in any other and so he usad tho words in his priyer in their JnXAIl NOT A TcilACfO A whose text led him lospenk of tha remarked ineulenlly I am ihe opinion Jonah an fll neither smoking nor lha fact that the fish retained him so long in If the fish had swallowed tba house we are worshiping be no doubt WouM have to   

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