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   Anderson Herald (Newspaper) - January 6, 1870, Anderson, Indiana                                 Hooflaûd'i Getman Bitter», i 3.  Hooflandli German Tonic,  Hoofland*8 Podoj^yllin ^¡11  Hoofland's GreeklOiLS  ANDEBSON; MADISON CO., INDIANA; FRIDAY MORNING; JANUARY 6, I*  NO. 28.  HASHOOD  la the Toong and Bbtng fien-eratlGB.  by grace attssbnwood.  than the apparition of Christmas Jiight. Bat she wm i»tiU very  fiale, with » pl&yfnlly »Ity. ||neTea ook. Sho wfts saffWing legs ihao ^ rt, . . ... waif oJtpectcd froin the exposure,  On ft GKristmfts mght some fif- but mora from the n<jrtouMbocW  rs ty yfearsago, there were gatheredjof the ni#it before, andby the ad-  .HOOPLAND-S GEftMAN BITTERS how often the pallid hue,the laek. ii^^^^Engla^f kifchen'^r^ ^^^  lustre eye and emaciated form, ^^ ^ ^Pff  The vegetative powers of, liffe are strong, bui in » few years  Almost a Gliost Storj.  and the impossibility of ap{)lica-tion to mental effort, shoW its baneful influence. It soon becomes evident to the observer that some dcitressing influence is chcck ing the development of the body, coneumiition is talked of, and per-jftbly cold, and haps the youth is removed  to-do farmer, who was a macis-trato—knowa far and wide  t Jtmnrzns withoct AI^OBOL sriiunov Àvt kikd  Is different from all others, ft if eomposéd of the pare joircs or vital principle of roots, %erb« and b«rk<t,<or m mediriiihllj termed, extracts j tha worthies'« and inert portions of the in;;rcdicnt9 not beinti«e"l. There-fom, j» oaa botck nf bi^ra. tbero ^ rontainod as mnoh medicinAl virtneas wl .  ite found in petcral gallotis of ordinary, „„^^^ , -  mixtares. Tlie roots, etc., u^ed in „„1 • ,1 ^ large Stone farm  Bitter» aw grown in Germany. tl.elrTitali^'^om school and SCnt Ulto t^« the brow of a »••  priaciplc« extracted in that country by aicountr\% This is one of the fp,.t;nt linp of  pcientfac Chcmiét and forwarded to the _ „ . t? .n-tuu^ mie ui  worst movements. Keraoved only green from ordinary diversions of the Thè steep hillside ever clianging scenes of the city the powers of the body, toaj  consented to remafn with her new friends a few daj-s. Young John Percival was hospit-  rato-fcnowa lar ana wi^ fs ably kind to tho invalid guests, ^uire Percival -his comely Loliteeminff to neroeive that sho  --- ^ j ,, - nolllpeming to perceive that she  »niece,'shrink from his attentions in a  andlast.butnot least, a son just sensitive, disquieted way. Yet  home from /ale for the hohdaysJ^hen bis eyo was ^ot on. her she The night without was seasonal ^^ observed to .tudy his facc  TRESILIAN COURT ;  OB,  T&e Barocers Sen.  BfMBSimmsÊtBmi.  AUTHOR OF "THE BAII BUNDEREP OP KILDARB," '»A LIFE ATSTAKl' "THE HOUSE OF SBCETS,'* ÏTC., ETC.  silian jome  Court,*' said Lowder with was the lover had his tay, bitteroess. "And I-~i(rhat and married the daugíittr of his  year of unalloyed hapjHnesst an now cosA«l hook the drudgery, the hopeless toil, the anxieties of the wretched old life. You nicked  ETC,  CHAPTER I. A fateful CAIASiaOPlIE-  IS to become of me? I have had a landlady, qaietly, aimoMrveoretly  .f „«.11—J I.—;......j^qJ^ j^^j^jj ^^ London  to ebeap end obscure lodgrags where, a year later, I was barn.' The wind for a moment drown voice- As it presently resumed recklessly, and passionate bitterness.  m - - . . . 1 '1 . yo®''« mother and Iressihan turned his handsome hved in thostf stuffy, obscure face upon his companiou in snr- lodgingi uniill her bloom had fad«  ed» and she bad grown thin and Jasper! he ^claimed, «yon wan and nervous. My lather talk strangelyv Do you expose vieited us at stated seasons, once 1 have i«aiiMl jon rnecd andjor twice^^M^ in«^ -ke-fiWf  tnanafactory in this city, where th«y arc coin(>oand<-(l ani bottled. Contaii.ing no apiritoouj inp^re hout«, tlii« Titters is fnM>, irom the ohjociions nrprtd a^uiast all otli-ters; n > desire for stiinalanti c-an be ¡nia<'fld from thisr a«e, tliey can n ^t make drank-firdf, and can not, un 1er rnv oircuxsîaaccs, naTO an/ Lit: a h¿:ivá¿iú cöict.  German Tomt  mucli  Lcauliful  -«K .rti,. moncn. • 1 look Hshmen, Who ha"d procured pal-keepy  rpprou J:the mensobiji looked mg^ the eyes; but he answered sa-c ou "The GuU'^ to Paleinio,| A  ou on the continent?"  tran^ -expression passed  ter'?, and IS laicnJed for n-e in , /. 1 " 1 1 ' 1 " t' ;ia vfte cyes;  somo alcVuriic; stimulant!« re-1 for with an\iciy, fts the first symp'^urueU low, tüe «¿'»"cie instin;^v-j^^j^^g^j ». ¿ j chenco they intended to embark, over Jasper Lowder's fac  onfi.^cti'tn wit'i the tr>ni.'¡>ro!>cr-l . i • ' v i. „„ •, ^^ „i ivciv u??^ ClOSer together, W'ltll i- u * ■ ..........- - . --  i,..M.ot:ioVthc.i ouMa^vhtc^^ature i. \o ^ho^r ^^^ of stranilo,  ■^i an eomnonndtd f'>r tho^ not incline ' to «xtremj bitter'?, and is ìaicnJed for ca.;cs when  Sò'^^^XÌto in whicU Nature i. to ^ ' , Marseiìles, the fbl- "No, i have no ties," he said  Tonice^niains one honwoftb.^ Bittur,-. her savin- Powcr in diiTusing muse you bayc lowmg d p'. buskily  <oni:.i.ìciw;th pure Santa Cruz rai, .itidl. . , ;! * , ... ° spu Jtuai di eatl \Mi.cii ib % CI d^i.v \V hile the Captain and his as-j "Aud you will go tomo with  (hiT..redi»sochamanncrthaf.hec:trcme|-ie circucatioii aud Ms.tmg ttio to ttie kcciiest plcasure—an awo-j »'XhonThi?—whv I tlioiT-ht if aistaiits ^7cre attenùing to their mo?"  """ -2110313 wouid a!^yay3 conìe i.n suoli ^lutics, and expressln.? appròLen^! "What will your ftither say to  .ag a pr.paraton hi>y ; ^^^ solomn^ sigh.n^^ of ^ winds ^ ^^^^ ^^^^ thm>;ion.s US to their suiVty, the two'my comlni??" demanded Lowder.  pleasant to t!ic pabto  in» licinal virtues of tin' Bitters. Tii« [>ri< t' of t'lc 'j'oiiio ¡(i $i 5u per imttli», wLicli ^ ' . ^ inin\' p.^r^ioni »hiuk i jo fiit-h. They mu-t; take taki' in considi'riiiimi tirvt lant uiel i« piaraiui-ed to cuality. a pi>or article coo.  ro.n bv v.iiat it fed on ; the n''l  pauses ot ghostly recitals, aaded  system arc prostra->vonderou3, weird  ID o re  Englishmen stood apart, loaning,"lie will think  Ih;  rvt the wholc cconomy is thcra.  1 nc of a r'ure> ' ,  Id he fui-ni'^'iel ueranirod. llis beautiiul audi Jus  n! 4 ' Thè shy smile and rosy bluch,»gainst the low buhvorks, en.ci j,;^ aus'.Ter calledi^'^rveying the wild sccnc ai  your generosity  obscurely. He was a prof-but h6 had an iiwakend ray , and aroused my mother's affectionate pride in him. She was always pleading to be introduced to his relatives, and to have her son publicly acknowledged. Bat my father alway? put her off, saying that he was not yet ready. Worn out and despairing, my mother died when 1 was ten years old." Again the wind shrieked past,  Y^oung Percival had  -..... pl-.----------------- , .  tòrth seemed first to reveal to  , aud Quixotic, lie wiU dismiss fi-om'acain the little vessel lurched the wud sccne around his housb the hired companion sea sweeping her deck.  who dares to resemble his son—" . The captain screamed his or-A sudd«n'lurch of ihe little vcs-(iers to his men, and for a few  c'ather!" said sky!"  3 bad," "We Bhall ffiar  will welcome my I Wo must be well on toward the his own. You will lovrjCape di Gallo. And it's only seven wiles from tho Cape to Pa-1 err/1 o."  "But the poven 'miles [in this storm are worse than scvetity miles in good weather. These coasts arc dangerous, Trcssilian."  Lowder shuddered as he surveyed aca aud sky.  son and licir of ¡5ir Arthur Tres-|aushcd," as Lov.dcr saw in the "But about your father, Jas-the'silian, Laronct, of Trcssilian lurid glow that momentarily per?" said Tressilian, who had 500 Cojirt, England. ' ll-htod up tbe tempe.stuous scene.jbec  jw, or can guess, th3,ccmpaniQu's story. "What did he sen, Jasper," ho said, with do after your mother's death?" car . "ko tnll and slender and fair,'soinething of an effort. "My fa-|_ "I ren'iuined at the old lod-* ny hair and moustacheJtLcr has a ward, the daughter of.ings with our single old'servant had not tlio frank smile,'an old friend-—Ahl hear the a month or uore, my father visit-  iJLo;ji).  Horror of Disease, Weal; her cye.s were dark and fixed wiiii Tronillin-, Dreadful^ tnelancholy stare. lier lips  Nerves, Dreadful^ melancholy s are Uer ips of  .-vvard Tilr. ' ' p^.,,], Ki-'ht S WCat., -lobc, 500 mile  Turn:-< of l-,i„o,l ta th- ifv . 1, Acuir.- of. ' 'V"' f^«C.U. , ^X^^ ^to the CU-lf^jU^g' g.^^jJ^ ^  t , • .ni ),h, N\vi.ci. ü-.v-t " urr.. Di-n^t C >là Feet, \\ ;uv'jk!iícs?, Jr.nuess .jç ^i^^ut the hearth and thercLu^,,,. u in tv^'  <.' r,„.I f.r v.", m ll.i- ! ^ • • 1 . ...... I'..:.......V 1 ..1' . .. .1 _ m  Foui, lMi!hi'-«i or V,"i iT'.t I" thi' Si,.n:>  I'.,:_______^ 1 - i  utterly  "DÈf^MûT*^ --I'tikbal 1r^myikt^er,8 neiiie-rt] ti^lRill name. Bnt ae j aeveV find bim if I toagiiii^ fiéa^ ito wonNl re| nisi id find Kim, Î stand no . . beritin^bie {»roperl tnay be dead. He may liaVèl _ 9Qns who hare sneéreded is all a m^tery, bnt the pr^ljlÉ^' nont truth is that I an an ¿»st, poor, disotrned and  He leaned over the bnlmrìt, the spray dashing over his foce violently.  :Tresailian'» heart wa»medi M ömh  poor friend r» Mmt I gir win you arenotfriendkfswl^ I live. My father has infloence enough to obtàin a gevernment appointnent. This tangle sm straighten itself out some dà*. But 11 it don't yon are resolute onou;fh to make yonr own happi-aess.**  lie OTasped Lowder's hand, and coked with warm bright eyes, fäll of sympathy, into Lowder's low-  7—  belt of land around  les north and 500 Cotirt, En^!and. ' ]i-htGd"'up tbe tempe.stuous scene.jbecorao deeply interested in hi  of tl'.e equator, - liia companion presented a rc- k;io  in trees producing the markabh rosemblance to him, bo-;rorj  The gale is increas  ing me several times, pressing anxiety n? to should do with me.  and ex-what he A week'  n nt. i'aminir in t!ic rici^'n, cor.-tiint imi- p'iico piiin iu n.riu; <tt llvi!, :u> i * " '  A'l til"-:- inil.<;!te î.ivcr «ir 1)i,:c-'.iv3 Oiu¡it,s i a c li'oo 1.  The u-c uI'lIic lîi^TL-s or c lliC ah'iV'.' syiri;it<>iris ai 1 the {«ati-'iîî wili bcc li -ultliy.  TT Ét >»» 1 Horror  Dr. Hooñand ß Greek Oil,  iiess, "WiUi Horror of i^'ociety.^„p^, Xotîiin^ is more desirable to suchi The farmers wife, a woman cf  ííura per your, !;nd the business! Young Tressiii:  X.'jhhili>f! Cttrr f-^r aT Kindi J'uins and  13 cousiuere  i.till in icá in- year3  sense and presence of uiiad/ ^^ ^ïl¡aLcvcr extent it;Vheuco  in the J miti'  í'¡ :;r«v I»"!)!-.''  cams to|lo<lgers, and was grown niiserly.  n ' ' ■  een gruduatcdjme to (ierniany. The night bc-Icaving tlie uni' foro I left home, ho called mc in-  ad spent foiir|si.jtcr.- When Llanchc  »ni^erslty.ilivc at the Court ny fatiier sent He promised her iivo hundred  )0und3 a year to keep me, and to icep also the secret of mv pater-}d  Arn.iT.ir r.xTnnsAi.LT. t>\\ \(\nU of fìì'h an l^ . It'irum iti-Tn. Neu^aisi-'. To Miiav S Fro«  iVit-t'i-Bukiin.i Lii.vs l'ai!!.- (luestioM to another. ^ ,, i ,  sja-rf of iu>ocis 1 i, Fhe fanncr aud h'.s son disercctjy'orary moMcal  Illese syrnptomg, if allowed theseene, and th. sons, ordcrod  oinmand, he had jhopes and plans for my future, ar of U18 countnes and entreated me to continue  knowledge me sorno son and heir. Tho  eneo to his la-'to his library and told mo all hÍ3¡nity, ^ solemnly promised to ac-  day as his old woman  Innnediat'jly  was bustle, hereafter  invai ¡ aid V cui e-.'-oon Follow thedevoted themaelves tot!  1"  '-V^fVilii^^^^^^ Me<Ucinc will ■j-'i^.f mother, daughter :  i. , C'»!!.-. Dy^r-ntf rv. 1 ¡¡.srrli'.p.i. Cliohrn  r. i.se-.i ,m .rí a-, Cra-'ii»» and • iu* iii t'l • .'-L-mncíi. F. ver aad aj^aa, .■•i^'.i.^, C'j! 1-, Ar-;Î!îai, etc.  Mediterranean oeaj'worthy of his innocent ward, and agreed to carry out his wishes, il eapes of temp-jin company with one of his late|to keep n:y heart pure for her.|¡¿he would have done anything rt;l:er, to poor per-1tutors. Tliis gentleman beius;! have douo so, Jasper. I havejfor money. I never saw my , and th'o|sons, ordered hy the Township unexpectedly promui-."d to a pro-Siever yet loved any woman. AndTather again. 1 went to sshooL vnd nieee.'i'rusteeii, i:;: t no luodlcal biiii?!f-;ssorship, abandoned Tressilian'yosit'rday I recceived my father'sigrew uj), and at tho ago of twen-thoir be-,for sacli r'.li. f, r.iil be considered yt Baden, leavin^j him to find an-isumrnotis to come home. Ho has'ty-one came into niy grandnioth-  Dr.  Hoofland's Podophvliin,  OR  fcUSSTITUTr: rOI'.Mr.RCLT.Y PILL.  •Jwo PILLi? À POSE. ß^i^ Voet Yet Innocer.\  Vcg dalie Cat!iar'<í Knotrn.  ere nad been a temporary lull in tho storm. But as the tw<f stood there, the tempest revived and swept over the wild sea in maddened rage.  There was no tima for talkin'» now. The wind rose so high thai words would scarcely have been distinguished. Tho storm that had gone before had been but play to this awful outburst. The vessel drove on, creaking and groan-inir, a mere cockle shell on tho billows.  "Mother of Mercies," wailed le captain. "It's all up with ns, signores. I can't make out tho Cape in this darkness. We shall on tho rocks. St. Anthony save U3 I'' The seamen echoed hÍ5 cries. The two ycung Englishmeni comprehending their danger, clasped hands in silence.  For tho next few minutes it seemed that a Pandemoninnt reigned.  Thsn a noise like tho report of a cannon suddenly boomed through the storm and the dark-* ness. The little vessel shivered staggered, and careened upon her side.  ¡She bad struck upon a rock.  A moment later crew and p&s-.^engera were struggling in the waters.  A few moment s of buffeting« and tossinga, ot vain strugglei and a?oniied, involuntary prayer, and then Jasper Lowder felt hiii senses slip from him, a .d became unconscious.  When he came to himself, he was lying upon a rocky beach of the Sicilian shore, sore, bruised, and weak as a child.  Ho opened his eyes. Ths wind had sv  ent its tury, and now  moaned aicng the coast with a desolate, despairing wail. The waves beat against the rocks.  Lowder struggled to hi3 elbow.  "Wrecked !" he muttered, "I am cast ashore, while the others are drowned! I havo lost my best friend to-night!"  Ho moaned and wrung his hands.  "He is dead, who would have done so much for me, and I so worthless am saved! All my hopes of an easy luxurious life must bo resiiined now.  At that moment he behold a dark object at a little distance in the water. The waves hurried this object against the projeciing head of a sunken rock. At the same instant Lowder recognized itas the body of a man.  He crept toward it, and the waters dashed the body on the shore at his feet. lie put hia hands on the face. How cold and wet it was! 1 felt like the face of a dead man! Lowder'a tingci-s came in contrrct with tho soft, silken mustache, and he body was that of  Sii!)e! Ìiitiiidc]ico of Dr. Wilson atij^^vj. delicate feet were the Blooi"in;rilale Asylum, this bleeding from her long '•id rei^uit occurred to two pa- :-l»c icy iti- nli; reason had for a time.crushed snow, heft tlivK!, a id botli died ot cpil-  (■•»■^v. 'J'!i--y were  ho had stood ott axu^-u a deck a half-hour earlier, these two alone Were left. The capt«.!n and his crew had  cruel  It is not n^íH»  to t.iliî a lianf'.rnl o1  mairy  actually,.,vitli g-,u-h i.jcdical eini;!oy!.vout,!scroct3 cf lîiulcn, lie had ceon as-¡sliriuk lV.;ra the proposed mar !to seek him, if 1 had wished too. walk upjitK ncee¿:;,:ty and wLat by a trio of his own couu-!riar;e. 1 dread going home. And,! took my money .ind came  hillside and over the;;iîtei.tioii has been civeîi in e.icliiti-ynicn, ail mere more or less iu-!î dread offendine my dear father,;abroad. 1 hadl-^ea two yearson found tboirdeths among Ih  Continent, and had fi>ent mylyawniiig waters.  After havingbcen tenilerly putjtho provrivty of yucii c;:!:)!.,yiiiciit t¡;ey took Lini for anou'icr, and in-l-.nan. it is haid, Jaiipcr, to rcvoitüittle fortune when I met you.j Lawdcr thçust his b>-:nd under of both Kcxes'to bed, however, she became saf-i;,rid the durr.tion and extent i:r t-2aded lo wreak vei;.?e;xnco ni!o:;|:>s;iinst the hopes and plans of h S'he reet you know." |tb3 wa-ftooat of his frierd but  ¡mÍ twoiitv vears of age. jficiently composed^to reply to the the i ainc, toj^ctLer^ v.iih the a.':!-biui. V/iíIiout allodia;; hiva to; kind and trencrous father, whos  V'lio "-'•iv that tlii>?c oxcts-'few questions which had been put davit oftUo ¡.by^iciaii as to ^ ' ii'.t ' iV(>'iU(Mitlv followed to her. She said she wag Lues'eonof. tr.cda of the claim pre-Liuy v.a.3 gottinic the:-jr-o on tliu íiiarnaíre!  ' ' - .1-- .....i- ...n...... . , r: .c .1... ^^ i ¿^v"'f^ald Lowdcr dryly, r.r.ill "That ho might be  to hi.4 a3-!\villi a slrani^e smile fail oi; sneer-!encumberance to make  sof? arc  She said she wag Liic\'eonof.tr.cdS of the claim t^o;o direful d"i.soa.scs Insanity Ellctt the niece of the vili.;-I Coü-un.ption, bear ample phy-sieian; tht^t shehadlately been  I - Ab o the followinir:  pre-Lluy vra.j gottin^c the woiPt of tlio onfliec, whon a vunniu'i  causes  J"  him to why did lyou."  -'An oild, romantic story ! But tho cctld not pcrceirc the beat-  your father abai. Ion freed of  r.nd <j€nn im «ffe  urgtcm. Th.-lîi:icr^ or Tonic panile« i!ie an iliValuaUlc i'r »i ^ i.ni tv  Ktreii'.t'i.ns th.- nr-rf.-f, re/ d'jff" ihc the removal of the coiise<nicn- ot tue napp> ^ iirer, and tii^es strength, cnct^-y, i I r.M »i.'/s lllCHLY (JON-shc Wa8 a Strauçer tO au.  ''k'Î^p roar [iawels active with Pni JrrN-Tl'. AT!:!. l'I-' 11» ExthA!  «ad . "  TRni or  Bi -1 She had cried herself to sleep, i.Ll,^ B'lid. and that was all she  1;. a contested ca.o,  ia Cass county. Judac BuMiei -'phis storm Í3 a re-ular Lev-;followed the decision ot tlic feu-'  Tressilian, pressing his compan- "What I have t:)ld you about ion's hand.  have no proofs of it. All I servation, or from chaneo  CHAS. M. EVAIÍá. Pro.  IsONE ABE GENUINE UX-announced the navrov eecapo to And lo -iaorrow, at uooii," hel-jirl ni.irris-e, on convlition that|\Vbcn my {;r:'.nd:v.oihir dyirin _ . « .. . ./»i/cnw jtrn " • cf« 1 «.Xthis nice «inger tea and go^o Ms fi-icn<h, expecting tl.civ con-ladded, "W3 shall embark for;ibe union dunild b© kept Bccret;"he tried to tell me the story. iShe witli  Formerli C.I«. JACKSON&C0. Ics done "P . ^ " l^^rraulations. One of them-anLsiarscilles ia a Mcdsa^'crie» until his aifairs bri^ditened andjhad uut it on'too lo^^^^ Ail that  witri 1ac-8ini.11« o. fp^g «poor child" got a littleiold bachelor—wrote as follows : steamer." |he chose to divul/^e it. The youngjl coui-l,understand of her mumb-  "And from Marseilles yon will^rirl loved him. Her mother waajlin;i3 was tho name of Devcrcux. procecd to England and lo Trcs-lambitious aud peuurious. Tholl »hall never forget tho name—  Tyiw TOMdie«aw for iwle by proir^ist.i ed wrajtper, and MeJi.ino peajiiii er  farwhere fhroaklf-nt the uniml State«, Cai^a», 5ottJi, Aiaeri«, aoj  MiM  my Clitmical Warehouse, led H. T. HELMB LD.  aud  Îl-m2.  f  .natural sleep, and in the morninif;"! always told you that that river ¡appeared somewhat less ghostly]as too shallow.  iu^ cf his heart. Despair took n:,r-::.-S!5ion of him. "Dead'.''ho saidshriKy. "DeadI a fTrand And ho would havo done much  And hia was vain at Who  some tha  qr.cssion: Whu could HU ih? place f r? V'tvitht by noble Guu Ises»-iiian^  A thon?;ht camo to him—a thought so strange and sinistei? tliat ho f-bivered involuntary. , Again he fvlt of Tressilian'S heart. It gave no throb a^^ainst ii? ban 1. He paseed hio hand over Tre?si'ian s head and dis-^covored a gaping wound in tho myself I learned from ray own ob-;r,kull. The hair was clotted with  words blood.  Putting his band into is breast porVict, Lowder drew out his -ilirtle watcr-proi^f match-safe. Ho  i[)inod it V.ith rrciiibrinp,- finijera  and struck a li.-lit. The red ilick-cr danced on young Tres^ilian's face.  How /:hastly and terrible it looked! TJic eye3 were closed, tho s'.iiilc w t3 fc'^ne. Tlie seal of death ■leciiied net on the noble fea-^'tli- turo3.  Lov.dcr examined tlie wound; U had been made by contarct ».he sharp rock, and even Lowder pcrceivcd its terrible cnaracter. "H' he is not dead, he soon will  ( UNTINl i;tl ON <Tn I'AiiK.  'mÊk   

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