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   Sterling Standard (Newspaper) - January 9, 1890, Sterling, Illinois                                el 0f Shaft three 60 of wnfle 5 boy by besting them with It aathcr died Bollevtn atKew from She tras 51 yaara of Vtekubnrg ft Me eoinit FabiUh W8 Alfo Val as 99 t 11 t orrot A firs f tmesasmn tha asort cslaitHfS ittt ttaft fa were soM with tlMsfr cf ts f I IB the Httroa tra QotS tSon of Br on the 7th Voorneon Mteitfl a and resolution rrcltmg the i report that the SfvStwi TnOTftts Kteflvma 1tt cflaaleapjsetty of Wi on of ttfeMoiMlj Hie election laws the iMt the Attorney Orooritl to report what rtxrUoltm the Department of Jnetfoo bad I to C3Mmbnra oa tbe ami to fornish ia cf Ho asked thot Rt OTrt one when he Would ult MBH Mmarks ipon which t0 Mosgun addrestwl tbe on Sift mbfeet of Mil heretofore introdnced liv Bntier to for the ttnteratlon of Bonlbern by dedSTini It to thedntjof this which Dronght the negro in the r oi stavery from to assist to retnrn and aid In balld op the enUghtenment of bis native Mud Tbe Benato tbra Into executive sevslon and nhortly In the Eonso of Offered ranolntlon that the Into committee of the whole for fjkaeontliloratlnti of toe Dlntrkf of Colombia bllL the eomiriltuw to be govem IM by tba rales of the last Brecklnridge raised tbe qaestlon of gainst the Tho sttisnker ruled tfise the question of connWera Sjoai conld not raised against the resolu tion tbe resolution was in the nature e moUcn rettnlaUng tlie business ot the Sreckinrldtii sppaaled from the de kod yielded tho floor to of wio rigotonsly attacked tlie After Sovcral other speechei bad i nnae a vote Was token and tbe decision of Jgsed House tlton took up the Dlxtrtac of Co bill anit upent the remainder of the on Its KotuildeniUon aud then MONTANA Bw DWBocratlo Homes Choose Another AT after days of cau r sjssring aad the Domooratio and the Ueinocratlo membors 4ks mt in joist sets ion and alect slst Olork and Martin the asracns United States Tkis dona notwithstanding opposition of Samuel t who exhausted all his efforts to pre such a He might have snc had it hot been for Marquis Neither Maginnls nor Clark was Dalys but he informed Hanser that tbe of the Legisla titre most stand by the action of tho can It U believed that Toble will give Clark and Maginnis ocrtlQcates and MfoM them to Sanders aad Both of Senators will go to Washington tad present their claims to the United which will decide the question A ROBBER cU infers a Bint Wlthftlonlotti IntttitTbnt Leaves in B A BLOOMOBTJBO dispatch says A robber entered National Bank covored the cashier with a pistol demanded oFTar attempted to his flleork Started WL the latter backed but the Uureatening death to anyone who inter jfetcd with him aad escaped to the moun THBPresident has sent ths following wminations to the Senate to be Borreyor of Costoms of of to be BUtas Marahal tor taa Buuttora District oi Iowa to correct error i to be Bwls fctrof Cksur Idaho to be Boeehrer of Pnblle Molieyi at Everett to be 1 Amnt for Indians of the Yankton e The Paelfle Flyer A LiBAMUl dispatch says SCfce westbound fast mail collided with atBoweU Both were demolished and the mail Engineer Wright and iisll OUrkTaloConib wew severely The fast mail was on and it is the freight crew had forgotten BtoBt BBOSITJS haa introduced in the bltt pro riding for a pension of T8 pel month to disabled soldiers re fhe aidofsn and an ill givlnS dependent soldiers a not to exceed nor be less according to dis NiW National IJCESSBS have bean issued to tba NationalBonk of the First Notional of capital the Ger asuw Hational ot capital and the West gad National of capital Professor a B profeijsor in the Ohio haa been la He lobbed a drag at and also stole the collection np in the QgjiANQSoM died at sge of WM mid to be the oldest to i i i death of widow of tW of A diipntch train on the BnllrodiS a terrible record for At it killed Tardmftstesr Adiim Wolfgang and probably fatally Jo jured Eobeit of A1 The men were ttnjtding on the trsck and struck by the At about ten tnilcl of she ran over nnd killed two un known snpposod to be in the employ of the Pennsylvania Rail road They ont of their cabins on the track directly in front of the were run down and horribly AN accident occnrrad the other night on the Fall Brook Railroad nenr Wells tratfr large number of workmen crossing the part of which gave pre cipitating the engine and several oars to the bottom of the Three men were instantly killed and eighteen In some The road was blocked all The killed are Grant Daniel and Contractor S3 M 29 Auburn ft 83 Itnaca A 77 Battle Creek 17 Hturgisft Battle k 41 Wash InVn 4S Seneca Bt Jjy Des WoYnes Baranoab ft 18 AtlanUo 8 Borne A 03 THE Paul Pioneer PrtM has pub lished an elaborate statistical article en titled Tale of Two presenting a very comprehensive re view of the progress achieved by twin communities during the last Among others the follow ing carefully compiled figures may be of interest Bank Increase of eleamtcos over Banking Bank Realestate Building Aiiessed valoatlon o Tobvl Jobbingo Ml TbUl manafMtwciDg Finn broke out in the Fannie Paddock nt while it was oiowded with pat They wera car ried ont luto the snow and It is thought tho sudden change and excite ment will ba fatal to a The fire won JCDOE in the Superior of Ban has decided the oase of the American Sugar Boflning Theaction was commenced by the State of California some time ago to compel the of charter on account of tbe compRnv having be come a member of the sugar Tho court finds that by joining the traat the company abandoned all purposes and ob jects for which it was created by law of and has therefore forfeited its corporate Judgment for and costs also is rendered against AT Henry a member of the Buchanan Comedy was murdered and pois oned liquor bolu7 used by the A man nstned AV allftco has been arrested charged with THELeo Doming Grocery Company of Lonis has confessed judgment in fa vor of the sum of Attachments wore also flled against firm for small Liabilities are as sets Principal creditors are in New and Son THE principal hotel at has been many of the guests beingobliged to jump from the jrin The financial loss is about with IN a fit of jealousy at Louis sho1himself Nellio 13 years prererred the attentions of another Compwjr of Tba company aiaottftt to SOUTHERN A LBXINOTON dispatch says Petitions signed by 500 hemp working and businesi men have been sent to Chairman McKin the WyMnd MeaiiB asking that the present tarilt on hemp bo maintained and all fibers ho kept off the free It isestimated that the hemp industries i furnish em ployment to people in Central Kentucky during the winter pnd to a smaller number the entire AT the Democratic leg islative caucus renominsted Joseph Blackburn by a unanimous vote for Uni ted States No other name was mentioned for tbe With the exception of a few jeara immediately following the war he has been continu ally in public In 1W1 he elected to the State On tbe expiration of his term he was Kent to the lower JJOUBO of and was four times In be pro moted to the and unless public sentiment undergoes a ho can hold bigseat timing THE NATIONAL THB report of the Interstate Commerce has just been trans mitted to calls attention to tlia increased earnings oi the railroads dur ing the last year as evidence that the ef fect of the law has not been A nnmber of amendments to the Hw of minor importance are also further as follows JroWWUon payment of dounntMtoiu by HW nUltaad wmpany to tiaktt BgsuiU of cther corapnuy fof poiuuiojfOJT troos and like pronlbiiioji of uouualsfelobl tor eolioiting or uaJBu U v or V it Tho KlwUtlon ot ticket brokenwa by who sells tickets r lift JXM been w QBiriiut that shall be duly TberegaUtion of payment or taiUsna tot ow ol private or Tha of be law Xo ajioly to aaoii cantwrs by THK President sent a large nuw her of appointments to ths Among jftwm are Hinuu Kaowlei to lx United States District NO TO TAKE A tiostftib fin out dariag rtlgfet in tfae bnildlfiR et the Ifldmtml Is The fcuildlna wst the alarm of vrodniwU an Ind ablo toftM of eonfasion dlsordeK tire dtpartmtnt promptly ant effloient form to tha of detpitu their hirolo efforts twentysit ebiMren Total rnnrtcd debt and stock In addition to therie three comptnlei bavlnp partially graded lines bat no track In operation of the Bur lington the Lehigh and the Dublin Western Short were sold in Bent of old bringing merely nom inal CoitA the American lady who died In Borne on has made many important among others to the International Peace Socie to the Hocpltal and to the Milan Society for tha Pro lection of THE Austrian Government in in receipt ot consular reports that cholera is raging frightfully fit Jlany deaths hnve and it is feared thit the spread to Teheran in tho GnuAT preparations arc being mida at London for the monstor reception of wel come to The lioyal Geographi cal Society has provided accommodations for people at tho Albert The main feature of the evening will be a map of Africa 100 feet by 80 in and showing all the different routes followed by Stanley in his travels through the dark The Prince of Wales and sev eral other royal personages will honor the reception by their pi Tho Queen was desirous of confcrr n the croas of St Michael and George upon and his name would have been in batch of New Years honors jnut made public had not Lord Salisbury nd visod that the dignity be reserved until Stanleys arrival in FLOODS are reported in the northwest portion A part of the town of Cormanton is sub the trnlnr n tniitiy Violng twenty feet All the adjacent terri tory ia under The cover on area of 300 son of the celebrated Irish an J a scientific electrician ofprowi wns found dead in bis bed jfaxthathls death WAR caused by heart Berlin Kreiu tho labor expresses tho belief that German employersmust eventually grant privileges to the workmen equiva lent to tliose enjoyed by English work menespecially in regard trades the year failures in United States numbered with lia bilities of failwea during the lost seven days numbered ANOTHER pwned by Schepp k of New is reported to have been seized by the Columbian gunboat La Bnd taken to A VALUABLE anthracite coal discovery is reported at seventyflvo miles vest of on the Cana dian Pacific Railroad a dis tance north of the Minnesota royal the Duke of Con is making arrangements for a mouths eojourn in He intends afterward to pay New a IT is reported that Canadian Paolflo Kood has received orders to supply cars to be used shipment of grain to Boston for export CONORESS The Flrit Kiwlnn Af pr fie Hnlldav CONOBEBB tecouvened on tha Oth Nobml ness of importance was A large number of bills ware iutrodueed In both Cougrennwin uf traduced a resolution far the appointment of a iipuctiil comuil KM toinvosilKaiu the of Ciw United Ktmn District Attorueyat with rateroiioa to the Dudley filled It fcot yet folly known what pecuniary km nor has it been certainly McertaJoad whether or not any lives lost or how wany persons wars In the death relatives ant of the victim ware viewing tha was very The wis filled with boys who had been committed thslr incorrigible and altogether tba inmates were of diameter from which little discipline or obedience might be expected In whett both im peratively As a the boys yielded to the of their to this fact is dne the safety of scores who otherwise would have ohly two wsrs burned ta the othars being Many of the latter were but became stupefied with smoke and crawled back to their cots to The hero ot tha occasion was a boy who acted In tha capacity of monitor In the fa tal himself boy whose vicious habits bad made him au Inmate of the in Trough his efforts many boys literally driven from tba build In and ha ceased his work of rescuing fall fel lows only when he wno Llmselt driven out by the He dragged several Of his out of the win while others ha into tha air in his cablet of Mary Ander son characterize the story of her eDgngri ment to Antonio de ot New which was rant from as ab They state that Miss Anderson has been a member of tho Da Navarro family for and that the report of her engagement is simply ths revival of a rumor prevalent ton years Much amusement has been caused In society circles in New York by the publication ot a cable report from that Mary the engaged tq Antonio de De who hi tha son of a wetlthr real estate owner and ele vatedrallroevi has been a de voted admirer of Miss Andersou for and their engagement has been frequently reported in but It is under stood by friends of both young people that they will never ba than De Navarros who Is says he bos not been apprised of any such engage and places no faith in the A Havana via says The loss to the SpanishAmerican Light and Power company by the recant fire at their wharves here is much greater than was Mine thousand barrels ot petroleum were The lost one of their new raveral large barges loaded with petrj Isum and several large one of which contained a great Jea of valua four big petroleum tanks and to save tho which were located at some distance from It wus iieueaeary to out I ln honor of Glerdajip Jfce Itallam people as naeeaeary oommnnlcatlne It is now bo Moved that the loss will reach There was ho The origin of the fire is believed to be due to spontaneous com bustion of burred i A cable reports that tho Laeken palace caught and Prlncesi Clemen Kin K bad collection of was entirely de v I Ihf palace is a mass but the Gobelin tapastry and tha plate was Princess bar governess and a lady attendant were tho only personsln tha castloat the time ot the discovery of and Clementine witnessed the It Is reported that the tire was of v The German attaches at Paris and 8t Petersburg are at present in Ber They present at extended conference with the Emperor and Prince They submitted such evidence of the martial activity of Russia and France as warrants Bismarck In asking an in creased appropriation for the German FATHER DAMEX Tlie WellKiiown Jnnlt Priest Pauses at Father of the Society of who was stricken with paralysis several monthd ago atr has died at He was brought from fit A A At esmfetery the Pftpe Italian of persistently tinned thtlr war evlclont by per In public with iateatton rwunrdlna church of tin of Among ethw recent lir snla to the ohntch WM the datnoTistrsttoiv Srom opposed the action Of tbt to every holiness referred to the temporal power as BteesMify to the iurUpndaaee and liberty of la the of his declared that he did not claim the restoration ot the temporal power from tinman It was his and ho was required to preserve It Intact and IransmTf It to his snbeoMor one ot the nitallanabta treasures of ths Christian new Italian penal code just coming Into operation also tacked liberty 6f and hindered tholr work with new additional woand waraCoat to be inflicted upon i the church by the law regarding charitable enacted with unseemly basts frash Step In tba endeavor to efface every res tigs of religion from civil institu By thli law all plons establishments worn to be suppressed or especially for tba dowering of girls entering and those by which It WM provided that masses said of the souls of the This law violated tba wishes of the founlars ot all those Prints excluded from the benefits of charitable and women were admitted to such It wot argued that chanty should be secular in order that it might be more the unfortunate are too proud sometimes to accept Christian and outside tha church there is no true Other blows also bare been leveled at the church by tha invasions of the civil power forcing Itself into sacred For a time all these things might embarrass the but they can never definitely change its The Riforraa iay the violence of the language in the Popes alloontion will not prevent Italy from being governed in harmony with the necessities ot progress and the aspirations of her A Got AWBV wllh Nearly Wlbe New York dispatch The total of money embezzled from private firms and the United States gov ernment during the year WJ was Tha annual appropriation for the United States Navy Department ore ten than double the amount while it would meet tha expenses of the War Department tor three It is about equal total value of elthor tho living fresh and salt petrol or cheese exported from this country to Great Britain In a It is more than equal to the combined an nual exports to Groat Brltlan ot cop per and and twothlrdsos the of tobacco or maize an nually exported to tbe same these being the most important items Tha ot amount would be sufficient to meet tho allowances to Queen Victoria and the English royal family and the royal pensions for two It is greater than the annual public revenue ottht Kingdom of Srvia or the principality of to say nothing of minor Uerinan principalities and duchlelLItiifalio a narrow In the annualroveuu9 ot her of The splendid art gallery with its of Costa and MABK Ckwil tj ijijilua Oradga J S Bed COBU Na M CnKKtitPuU tor tf w w Al S Si 1J WWW ICATHXH ARNOLD to snd been at Crelgbtou col lege evor He was unconxdous all anddid not recover oousciousnets until tan hour of bis Special dispatches out teveral ago saying that Father Oamau had ware based on afUrwwd proved to ha no was made by the correspond who cut tha original Diunen wns removed from Oaayenca immediately aftar strlvkca With and had baeu at ever Since in the care of uf Crelghton lit lUe drfzzliog rain wblcb ia ths new year did nut affect tba iA White HOVM All tbo uf tlw tuW Tba wan by Mo pud tba Of t4je csbJiwt iHa fbt tollowlujt order arwy at mem eivli ot tin con Bah Salvador or Colombia and Ecuador com The amount is also greater than thocoit of governing either ruoblhi portant colonies as Tunis or Algeria by v A summary by months ot the ambeEzle rnonta September erjvw SENATOR Marrlea SU JLquls Pesplto A Bt Louis dispatch says Ales sinder SOB of Senator is the hero of romantic oourUhlp that hsj ei tended ovar five and ias now ter minated He obtained a li cense to wed Katberina Bar a social an The oejrs caused much as It was generally be lieved that the affair which bad existed between them had bean broken oft a yesir agojilted Vest afew days before the for their who is paymaster for the Granite Mountain came bare year ago to wed Miss Toe date had been but much opposition developed on the part of the ladys and Miss Her refuted at orica to make a planned trip to said she proposed to marry bar sweetheart and arranged have the oaremonjr take at a mar ried sisters Just before the 4ay set young i lady eave way to the importunltleu of her broke the engegomant ftntl sailed for 6u and returned to hie home A few months later it wa reported that the young man was to marry Montana lad Early last October Mlas Servis raturned from Europe and lived with her mother in the seeoud lost all desire for 1 hat she and Vest corre sponding does not appear to have been known to but the of evidenoa that they have been writing to oach No doubt Vest cams to the city on her premise to wad after all their trials and they are finally to Bad happlneu m oaoh others HanllOKtuiii Experience thi A Tors dispatch says otlvers report oa tha Waw York Star just filed tnpws pbllgatlw agKrega within dollars of heaviest claim is that of the Southern roilroaa Toe next that of It wiuf by Hunt and it was pa tali that ths Star wot sold a and Huot iogtoa virtual pwuar of J9i AJfTfKltt fe no or wftat is popularly known become epldemto thb city and ft brsadBwt ovW tW w is atso evldimt srenarol chaf gorrmpond with m connection with prevaiiifta malady In and FortUftataly It Is of type for Its invasion of large districts and for the large nombsr of persons it would warcely noticed In Itory of ailments connected with the OWM which occur during winter months with rapid and varied ot temperatare and The type of Be prwent upldenile par of ths febrile and Variety than that of the purely The increased temperature In the begin ning of the with the pains tn tba and lower ira the which are noted In the Only In a comparatively few Instances are tbecoryfcsl sympWiiif Hading faatnrM of the This latter r fortunstii In view of the generally accepted opinion concerning the greatly exaggerated ot bronchitis and pneumonia recossarv The of tbe fatality the dis as might have been have been very much Particu larly this remark apply to the alarming reports of the recent death rate in In point of there is no dlsitasn with such a wide prevalence which hoi such a comparatively low Id this at Is yet to ba reported tbe first case ot death which can be laid to a pure and simple attack ot tba Evan the serious complications are so fair as scarcely to merit recognition alongside of thos9 which are constantly occurring with the usual diseases of tha The rapidity withwhich the malady is spreading In this as well as tha progress of the disease abroad may ba judged from tbe following dispatches from the several points mentioned Scot a clerk In the Union Supply companys died of an attack of Jefferson are twenty eight coses of Lnbor Com missioner Merriweatber and private art among the mild coses of influenza are reported by the physicians New bas 400 grip cases among its The official clerical Is all inluenza epi demic Is increasing and them is a great deal of other Little snowand Ice and the weather is very mild and mortality is still abnormally On Tuesday there wore deaths and on Wednesday The reopening of tbe schools already closed is postponed and others are about to Tba deaths from Influenza last week were number ot victims of ths epidemic ls but the disease 1s na Cotton rid of bt If and smoke proved redo the to remove tha motor beftinM it a foreigner and cannot ruled by the priesthood readily ex to thought The wind of Infant they must be while It Is sufflolently Already tbe young sprig ol royally nihowi denelH toward Independence and tbert Is great daneer that If he Is placed under proper guardlanjhipna can never be sufficiently they with unquestionable submission to which it Is BvSfHd by shoold ba prominent chitaoteristlo of a 3 tfi Dresden it is Reports from Kt Petersburg say that Lhe Czars attack turns out to be a case of Ignatloff and many other prom inent peoole are dangerously grippe continues its rav ages The Queou of Count Taafe are among ita The Bulolca greatest school in is Cloaed by the Uncle Obllgatloni Over In The folio wing Is a recapitulation of the public debt statement for January INTKUKSTllKAIlINa Bonds Bonds at 4 per Rofundlng cortlucates at 4 per Nuvy pension fund at 3 percent Pacific rnllroud bonds DEBT OV WUICO 1NTRKEBT HAS CEASED BINGE i BEAIUNQ BO Old demand and legal tender Ccrtlflcates of if Cold iraotlonal loss estimated as lost or destroy Interest Less cash Items availa ble for reduction of J Less reserve held for redemption of Total debt less available No tcofcu in tho cash in the treasury Debt less coah in the treaaury Deoruoso of debt during Decrease Of debt since Juno 1883 CiSmN THS THKABUHVAVA1LAULB IOll SHBVHUg Oold held for seouil ties aotu ally t Silver held forBilvor cortlrtcatus acttsully United notes bold for certl fleatoaof Uepomt ttttuftllyout Standing Caah hojd far matured UoUt and Intortat unpaid Friictloual flue 5Cotal avallftbla for teduptiou thedebt S Held for rodoniptlou of lilted States ootn and TUB KKUf Kraotlonst silver Mfuorooiu Pierra at has been productive of disclos ures more startling than any of alarming ravelstlonn which have coma w the police within the last few ap palling as they have From and documents concealed In BU clothing the most evidence is obtained sgalnst many persons high In Imperial favor and contem plating not amawlnatlon of the Czar but tha murder of the entire reign Ing familyas Already many of the conspirators have been talen Into custody and thornstill at largeare under agnor being tracked by police Tbe Loiidon Citizen Is authority for the statement that the new evidence which has lust been collected la Eriglaud and America In tha case of MrMaybrlofc needs but the scrutiny of the Horns tray convince that official of the mediate necessity of recommsndlng that tbi Queen grant her full and unconditional Among the rumorsconcerning the evidence Is one to the effect that tha most important f its features is s number of which tell into tha bands of Michael and suppressed by him at the showing in James thatl his death was duo solely to poison STATEpP the Vol ume of General New York dispatch Bradstroets re ports a continuation of a moderate volume Of general trade throughout the The mild weather is largely responsible for having a marked effect upon rales of coal woolen goods and other seasonable In the Southwest and on the Pa plflo coast rains dry weather at the Southwest caure uneasiness among the country merchantsas to the large stocks of winter remaining Most varie ties products are stronger on better demand at home and Pork Is In fair request and dressed hogs are Mf cent Cereal were quite Flour Is In fair demand hereand for export Wheat has been in light but on freer calls from with reported lighter stocks lathe United Kingdom and stronger and up U to 5 are stronger and up J Exports of wheat and of Hour wheat from both and bushels in the like week of show ing n tutal from July to of in thelllke patio 1 year and with bushels two years and tbe holidays reduced tbs volume of trade in dry The regular trade is Prices have advanced of a Woolen goods era dull Tha stocks ot clothing carried over at Boston are large pwlng Raw wool is territory wools arrf slightly Tba ntocks of Mool heavier than a year ago in tho leading markets is dull and un Speculation is slightly active with a hardening owing to a lighter run of receipts and good ex port The number of busi ness failures in 1880 in the United States was or 10 par cent more than in The increase is liabilities u 16 and in per SOUTH of New York dispatch Soutk American InalJ a4vices 28 say a nawand somewhat stranKe line of catfle trade has recently been opened up in South Ameri Tha butcher shops of et the mouth of the are how sup plied with the bluegrans re of near the waters of thesame the animals be Jnx brought down upon large fiat boats the entire By the erpldsioo of an engine on one of tbaclty tramways In Valparaiso recefttlr tbe engineer was instantly killed and a number of passengers seriously Tba customhouae officials at Valparaiso recently discovered ainong a Cargo from about to be shipped by the bark overt 100 ingWrt rifles and about tho latter being found in the sacks of what was supposed txj or block The Maria wij fprmsrly of the Chilian Unt hs4 been sold a Cew mouths ago toj lnoJ an American rtnldeut of since whio4 time she had boen flying the Peruvian The catetn waf weiUS on but as the boats papers rijht and no actual proof could that had any of the oharw ter of the cargo he Sould not be legally detained uor the boat Hash dlscontsnUs an Botion gj be in to er Uia captain and 7 i i i J 1 A t J V s Vii This Time t Is to trued Klg Iaifcr There have been rumors n tho trads at York for somo tii big sales of tha plansi Eugllsix caplbti It now stated mJtivBly hit our panias haVHig ptajjtj iji this unjlflhJBg jjja part pf und in rtiUfcity to an BngKsA or due tha Net ctub Ualuuce ou callvoted by but never wnjsj f or object treasury showu by 1 tha Itudion i B tf o Wwits of tha ni forward k Coa   

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