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   Wellsville Daily Reporter (Newspaper) - July 17, 1891, Wellsville, New York                                 VOI, XI No. 811  WmUJSWJßÄM H. Y.TOIDAY. J13LY 17 1801  J »  i  It« ffflrary I* An«  «K ni'i' h to ih^ jiri M-f .»n«l PkUl tn mtnpíwrídítiK «•ato ihf itiEtieüU'nls Uienu« Iv TáKpU In t»mo. Itch. rU» diüvsM«^ InlJio ontwt,«. if tlM^b« «âTmxxx^d win prove a potentetîr«.  fio Ime Ma lie liM It.  ton WHOSE BENCriT  N.»  of Ilm«, no iBttrfm-nr® wUh while taking. F«)r rhiSdr^n H J«m»*t in-mtcmnX and IMMTOIWW. NO dmnrr »xp<war»after takíiiK. Coli«-. IM-— - - ----kt», r«verl»»i-  II tmkm «M!pt»i»of • éortor »Qd oi»tìy pr». •efiptlcms. AUwho!ea.| i^ratMTT llTrs will find Itti»« bertpmtrentir» cf and care for lBdlK*trtl«m. CoaaUi^aion. H»a4ael»< — and MrBtal Dfpr  Condii, invalid« and delkat« per»»'« wHI find It the mJldost Apcrtent and lion»''sh^y ran am. A little taaea at nìKht Inmir« refre»htnfE «Icrp and a natami eTa<nml5on of the bowels. A luti« taken In «he m<>rnlng eiiarfwn« the appetite, cleanse« tlio «twmacln »nd sweetens thfc SNreath.  A FHTRICIASrS OPIIHOK.  •"1 lare »^f-fm prattTCÌn* mcdicin« few - 5 Kare nwrr htta »Me to  cot up a «•«£-! jW« compound that wwiW, ike Sirr.nwRi Liw RrgiOatcr. proœptiy «i«J «rtectivtiv -aere »He U»er lo »ction. •ad al the «assaetime a¿<i KÎmutâ frfweak-«fting» the dîgeitiY« arni a«»iaiÜ«ti»a  D.. WasWagto«, Atk,  rx>ok forth« red Tmde-Murk on iron! of Wmpper, Seal and Hignaturf> uf J. Il.Zeitla i «MLOBttMUdlb S^BOetlMT.  14(0», la  TIME SCHEDULE. Trains Leave WöilsvUl« Via the Erie         R. R.. as    » F0II0W»-          îSO.        SO.    WKíiT.          ......5«.I0 a m.    5.........    ,. 1.5.V a. m      h. -    ..... .iaVÄ a m.    r>.........    iKií> a. m      ît ..    ., 1.17 P. m.    »........    .. 1.41 p. m      lîî.    ....... p. m.    _______    .. p. m      12..    ____... î.'6 p. ra.                  ......ÎÏ..Î6 a. m.             Via the B-, E. & C. R. R.  fil TEIIH  A DUEL WITH PISTOLS.  TWO EX-OmCERS FIGHT DESPERATELY AT PHILADELPHIA.  They 1« a Smloon and Immrdlatrljr  1« Sfttlfi an «Md 1»ll*under-•tMHiini; hy th» Pi^tol. noiitf? — «oth Men S*-rlo«»ljr Woundfd Frank SctitlT-iniM-lf«-r IHfs «r Hi< Injnripo ni ItiifTalo. Snl<-i«ie of » IHsappotntrd  FHlJ.\t»K!.!"m.<k. July IT. — Ijast cv^nins? ft t«K»k piace in a s;if«>i»u In^tween  Eukvw H_v« rv. an «•x-rnit««<l Stutf^di-puty mHn«hnS. .nn«! Wr^lwy lìarn«>r, .iin'x-jHjlitx» man, in wlii» !i N)th nit n wen- *hot An ♦ »hi rvjvt^fl iH'twiH'n tbfnt an^lthpy  fo!!i:ht ir^n-nlay ami ii»!« rnjtt«'(l to fihwit earji otiif f. l«ut wt-rr w paratici. I^ij^t nì^^it thi viui t nji.'ìifi in the M!»«'n ai»'l opri'r-l tirt» tìanii-r vvas ?>hi't in ston» m-ii ai!<l «ivHiix and HvtTs w.is s»tì<>«-ìj-w.)!in'h>5. ll'th \\«if tK"-j«rHt.e char  actiTN.  SENSATtONRL SHOOTING AFFRAY.  T«.  I'>ail OH »  Via the B-, E. & C. R. R.  Arri re «sì« a- ra. Ix »to h m a. m  IÍ.1J p. m. " l 4!. p. ta  üw p. m.  Connecilnça» WeUsvillo wtih Btîp traías ixìSh «ajHÄnd at Sdîfd wilù W. N. Y. & 1'. iànd.B. 0, & E. traina.  ».««»ili»-. S«>tfl«» an Old li.'»llr«;»<i Tr.iin.  r.!ji>< ":m.Ti>s. Imi., ,in'y IT.-- A  '"«tnm riffray «Turreii <»n l«mr4 ti » t:ì-vil!t-. X« w AHwny .Hn<l Chuniro !r;.ìn l:t!<t «'Vt'uitm tH>:ir ilrttn ca-iif\Ì!i!Ì 1 fu-T«>w«>s ìukI two  from Milclu l!. i»iKin!i-il ih»- train a* Xosoosut f;.'i(l the train  "vj.irtcì ih:!!! irtuiiilf,' »ivcr an '»'nife'. CfíiHnt H'v<!. Wxnis wiTi* p »-sr<ì arui in aji Ui-t iTitant -h'Hitini': 1«-ÌMIÌ.  n*ni Tuu«' wa- >h(<; iu tiie b.-ick an pft'iKsMy Í ;«aHy iiijurftl. In tlif sentile  Olii' I.f f he U'.IS ¡>u-.h(-5l fi->i!!l Hit'  trai!» sìmI ri«>U'-ìy Imr!. The i'mhtins \'.f ì;> t h^' ì.-i'iif-i'<-<(arh ari»! the «-.Vì-ihhì ¡1. ^ v.t-rc .ÜHiut t.) jump fn>!u tilt» n.iìit ;ii n thf irairuneti .-(ìcrt'i-ilcl jts .NUi«:<rt'---.lu: tli*' rio!, Th»' troiil.ile i>!s» i<i \ ii<ì.i:iftìi> "Í íhí-liqiiorlaw. si 1>»-in;j <-ìii)nn'«l th.it ilìi- r>;!-><.'H turne»! '^t.-ite' t^videnct.- .'ìl- íìr!•^^ thr Towes.  ile- Kni w It \V:»i Loaded.  fH \rTAi v,'î V. N. Y., July îT.~Raipî» Harri- <«î Fwdonia. N. Y., and .îii>»^ph t;<«ifrry«>i îîrookiyn -wfut uiit rowitiu la--: »'venin .: taking with tln-ni a ô-^caîibrf ri-vciivvr 1« >h!Hii turtU->. Tiu' wt'apon V. i-. ;;rci«icnt;iîly tiiscUai'u<'d, tlie cvint«':iî ì.-,u-sìc iiì Lit-lín-y'^ thich- may dif-  \V. r. H.srri-'î». a ¡»roinuieut Cnx'inri'itî capitali-^î at îh«' Stcrliuu-worth  !i<>!v'- l-ikí-Hí-xi, iäad a [íaraiyt!»: í-truke !a-t cm'Uîî:-: ;uhì j> ^rrv iow.  A SCENE or DtSOROSII.  Paris, July 17.-Tbp rhamber oí átpa-H#» Kt-îMi t=be w.-ene of »..«mmidrrmbî* 4i»îtl«f iDd »xcii^nient ywtewlay when liepö^F Ijiaer<li*ilati^stirai«i«Í th« wf  «ícrma» pnK^ptyri reifiilation'* in I^rraine and d»*nmn«lM to know what lìie Kowmnsent liad done or ial«íi«Í€«l to do in opjMmitlon th<rrto.  M. lirtlmt, mini<itcr of f.wiefi afTalrfi, said th.1t nothing bad owiim-tl to warrant an espinn.ttion ort the part oí ihr g«wem-rnfnt and ht» wa», tlH'rvf»in\ n^.t d!*p«*«d to R%akp any rrply 1» M. I.Aiirr'5 deinaod.  M. leaner nimle a vink ut « nunctation oí the Ììtriui:» and dd^mandwl a vot<> on th»> of  di'scu'ssing thp »nl>j«^-l hi* h.vl A  Tot<» takrn with thf rwtlî titat tfe«»  THE SPORTING EVENT&  NO MORE BASEBALL AT SYRACUSE THIS SEASON.  Higher all in hemmmg ^mtm.'-lMm U. a Gov't Food Eepotl.  Oat wf th» m*  Player« rrrp«riiiic t« t<eavr A Report «f the  rtoii ■elmll  tharalH r idwl, 'Äi»» to J«, to ili-^-fs'-i^ thf qwHtion. Th»'announceiueTît of íIs«>to*« ere.Iteti ffrvat exeüí-nn'nt. Tlie niaj«irìty aijainHt tin« jiovernmcnt w.t^ due to » «>-alition of til»' Ki:,-ht. IViulangbtn and Kadicals againM tiie rnl'iuet.  RETURNS TO LOWESTOFT.  SÍTJowt«  Sir, fìlad^tonn Will Vlni«b'itH »t tlt»t S«»a»hi»r»».  IxiMwtN. July 17 —Mr. re  turn lo Ix>H«'>tt>ft y»»sîrr»î.iy to ci^m|!λ'îe the ¥oj<í-irii at the stri^î-or»«. wbtrh was ifitcrrnpieil hy thp«!<'aîh t>f hi- -í^ií», trould ÎMH u a triuni{>lia! t« nr if h»* had conM'iitt-i! to the ndvajHf't »»f ih»* {»«-oplr  tin' riaj!<- in that r» " nj-»'i''a-hort -îopjvt.,;,-ti-.»- Ì : -»ti  of M <rM.. whi.h 1Î1 th- dì  vj'-î'»?: "f (.".lüihrült:»-. w h^-r"-j> >rì:.'ìiì;;--;ii ar> ct atr-í m pr<>'.;ri --  'lì.' ! r.nìch' ,,^-I.\»  nia:¡ aíid í!i»' < . .t. •'..i",  fo.'-ai li Mr < ;í.ií:-í<>-:v -1 .-.I  to n-..;' »nd. hnt In.- '.^i'.t < ..t , -.ri t',! tn h. t ] îît; \%a-f«' )ii-> n f.u't T^"-'-i hi»-;i H«' -.»id ?<> a fl'•.^ ha l" ^ 1 •«■-a". til.. ;;aito'il .o s » ín i',- i si  he Mr iírand. Tiu' Li'-vrs: <  date, every surces«. .a!!-' t: t'  th».' physivianis wtmíd i.' t ift r,.;.. «.7» »k At other stations tht re r» ì-'.-S c ìlN {■ r «|*-*'Cht»s. Injt tho crovii'.-. •■.;-,»;>-  pointed.  A íhroníí sorninn<î'"i f'-*- -! rt  Lowe>!!,>ft ÎO nu'ft thi' • 'ì r .  lie outwiittMÎ thfm, and cp.'» r": qnietìy aìu! nnoì»~ervfl, "n ì\ from îht> train at a u.iv-.-iv- • î; ¡."i miles o\it of tsuvu. arid n.i» ■î'-.i. î' vi!ÎA|:v>, lie wa-í irvrî-iiîv'iv  weil and swrns to h-'ti..- r,-.'.> < T-'.-'.-iy frosTi thf shixrk cansid by L - r^ • If r€a%-«îîiient-  Tbn ennt iru-n-v !!;,? !m-tw<-i-n ine and iù». weit- PuiUiwn'sfìsnst ¡»«Jai* «ir» ami i^uperior cn<xl«?rn eoach<s to N<'W Y.>rk, PhiWîeii'îiSja. Oopîon, rhii'air"", l'k v..-h<.n'>, •'¡n.-itina?! «od S<t Loua, Time talk- adopn-i M <y iwh ÎSI  East from Vveiisviile.  1 0:1 O A.M. r»iriy, '»i. n<>rr.e!!>ivsiir A-comSiSKtaunri. s"..; al all j-.nru'ipa:  gtaun-iB t<> H>.rn!"i''-vli;t'.  Î OÎ26 A. M- • • .'»y. vrj-tibuird lunit  ed for Nf« V'lrk. î»o ».ïtni aarfC tor fiei time mivi superior st>ri ice. 1:1 7 P. M. Moulii No il Uorueih-  v!i!e K.vi>ri'.«. 6:37 p. M. fhuiy.No. Honu'l svillo Ac-cyi»rao<tiiti'!3, Coiuiectg »1 Horue iavihv , tor Piitliiidrli>hia. s  7:1 6 P. M. î>a,uy. No Ai.ftEtic Esprit:« tor New York ami Boat--»a.  1 2:56 A. M. Dasiy, No. 4 Nl^.it tot  New Yttrs. .  Weàt rrom WeUsvilie.  1:55 A. M. UasiF, K-.. 5. Ciicaijo and tii Louis Tt-iRîbukti iimilt'd.  9lOQ A. M. Daily. IVCiBc E.xprPiw ft-t  Ci>-vi;ijiutî.ChîCagu,t'tn!.'i.u;ttti SÌ.Ìiouìsj«!;«} a» yomts vmu  1:4 1 P. M. I)a;iy,N"~'f».afC0irim!KJati0a icr Uuniiirk« Bra-itcni, Saîiiiiiauea, Jatns a tows, TuuisviUf, Mva.îvSlk" «nd uil Ctty Couììtìcti« at DâvîOn «or tîaSaio. 8:3© P- M. i>>- ;■. • - L Kspr«S« f.=r Clcve-latid, Ciciiiuuu., CiîicaKO, dt. and  ali [«.iints wi^u Fnntî» r iciocmation t» otlaiCt-d from C, a. Hii hard-Oi;, Agon-, at W» -iiivait' or from AAV. Bt^iiUS. DU.  Faiaenitr Agent  Mr«. Cr.-in»»-r SHÌci<ir-i.  N r V. H % ^ N. .1 u 1 y 17. — M r-. t ' is ri.-^l i ne ( "r.i!í¡'-r c.'!siiìuSt<-<i >ui<-íi;ífia ht-ri-^^idvm:« i-i lia^ city y4'>ì4-r(hiy l»y iian^iiìi;. She w.»-^ ìltf uiutliiT of .Ifirtiii' CrannT who w.i- ^ny-!ir!i>n>iy nuirdcml about ten yrar- ajo ai .-^avin ivoi'k. It wiiî re-iì»:!i:'frrtd tiiai WailtT and .I.-um-s Malley ofìhir. city -.vere trivil forth« luurder of .K'uuif CrauítT and acquitted.  A Wliolf 1 amiiy Toinoned.  Lj'í ^-vh.LK. ,hily 17.—The fanäiiy of J. H. t "onu'sia--, a ï.arnier, liviuu near I;»--iPa . ji. :.-nneii at snpptT. lît-rn-arù V"i>rut-'îiu.-i. a nephew, divd. arid live oihvr> .irt' (ianctToui-ly ilL 1 he .-yrisp-t.<:u~ r.ït.- of arv,-?ric, suppo-ed to L.ive {.e.-îi i-a the milk. Tliere is no caa.-i? ku<-vi.u ÎO" ar.y one to have giveu the  îi-4'. V  .wa,--  ìli« N» « k tVas iîrok«»n.  î7. —Wiliisini I><-wer o( -;!••• i ;aet wiîh u f.Ual acci-îlu- of Ge.>r¿;ia í-ín-et. .lie  !.. .d'.-a îu a nuraber of Irier.'ì-«  . . ... tr.un and wliile  o ;-.-¡.-.i "tT s\a- thrown vioieutly îo h wa> di^iuvereii that his .-'■kvii. Dower yeAi's oí  l.il>rra> Canititlntp V> ff«».  L<>"Sî»on, July ;t Mr Fyíi--did.atí» .if the I.iî«-r.;i ¡.irty î. r  in I fie ]îi>u«.'of < ■.-.•-.i r - í-r divi-ioti of -.'.r-.;-!'-!' : acîer h'l'i aUv.-)\v i-f «tí ,ÍÍ-<I"I.>' -of how- îh:i; ;¡:ir; his ctinstituency it in ly K-thepre-eiit troui'le cani« 1  flreítoíi e.tnimi!!-»;^' hi^T^ t - •• charco pave ,1 vote t.f n orTesi-i,^ witii 3ir K> '  all<';.:ed to liuve if'«:. ■ 1 railway earriaire f-H'eur-.;» prì«jjìì<'r íUid the h«-y îi;mi:». r. < -t Siiuit was t«^ ha\. r. ■..:  OUI on bail duriui: ti.. ¡ r.. cc-edinus Mr. Fyfîe uu A¡':tl -ùu.'-ly euî his thrts«' lu .m . . an enii to hi.s e.M.stetu:»«.  Tbe the €Hjf. naurball <iaine»-<Mh«r Riportine Matter»,  S-nA'T^»-. N. v.. .Ttily 17.- The Syra rti«e Im^ieltaSl chih of the Ka«tern le.tKUoi« nn mor*», tie^irce K. Frar.er ha.'» tir«i<l<d ¡MittinK up for the team and seciu« bla money nîeît without rctnrn. Ye»-  Ϋnii«y jw»y day with the club. Mr. Frawr t'.Ul the players that hin hawhall funtl«» were exhausteii miil a«k(HÌ them to for their money nntil after the preisent home serit«»^ The players con Milted toKother .-ind «înally told Mr. Frazer that they inu^t have their money or leave the c!oh. AceonÎ!n;iîy, he t^dd tl.< nt they wen» fn-«> to do thry ple-wd, and last ni^hi the players wtare patkin« their trniiks-  n:A?f u IS o!-r ro': «.íhu». It is lieüeví'íl thai S4^veral of theSt.-u teaia were »nxioii«; in leave Syraens«" t art f.pt letter «'íTí r.; .>1-4 vvht re. It íh Imre-ly jwi-.-^iiiie that s^.uic other enthusiast." wil! take hold of the e.luh and run it for the balano^ of the .•^•itsoii. lut» Mr. Fra7.er -■iv« hi'ÎX 1 «¡í for K<w>ì. Tììe attendance 'Sit- in tlìLs « i!y ìi.as averaged iess  lì- >'! V»ií.,r -everal «»■«•k« Tt)e disiwnd •ij; < f .<\r.ir ì-e proKaldy foreHÌi.uIow.s the I v!: li... Ea-tern  i r i.n\ weather ou the Fourth of Jnìy ih-a-trotis jn the extreme, aev  Í : r. • Îîih- t kkiniì ili hut a few hui\dred d n:i ihat day. lì is doubtful  w'.-îhtrth»^ îea^tie wiìl l.i-^t the month  Canre\; .w^icisre at»«!  At l'nivîtlf-n! e ' . K. fî. t. ï'Tovide.u-e....,! 0 2 »» W 0 0 f) • ~ 3 ft. 4 h'ew lì; '.«-n.. .0 f» 9 » •> t 0 0 0-. 2 » S B«u-i ji'Ti—Stasb «nd M3riiïi>; llijtîser ami Tliei .'U__  THE WINNING RUNNERS.  V.AULIFFE DIDN'T SHOW UP.  Th«.  ■t.  'n  S rx'  ■I a  \Vr,-:  •rv r^rt  American l'i  .luh l7 Fri-ru-h drcree 3,--» fcibitini: Tue adn.  takes ,-iTe^ li, M  iììéu: .iriye-- • i < i  {ire< :tlitÌ<H:- Wi li ! ' onisis HI Fn t 1 . the Hi» .a^u't - iif t, • s hll'Ic tj'iliet i ! > -V" K  \!J r.ut 1 1 ' . - - -: - '  ..... , ; -v:,.. r.,..,.?. •  lio-slns; >latrh UMwet-n Hin» 1 «.íbHfm* Probably OfT.  Xf vV Yí'Uk. July 17. .James (iibbijns tî.e nif«fs.ä,:er niüi harker of his liroîher in the pound chamjiion  pni^ili-t of the ivorld and the /kipirant oí the Wiirld'« M•.:!itweight cluimpiouihip was at Ti;e P<ili<"e (iajûeîîe oí?i<"e yestí-rday ft-r tiie pnr|xssc tîf niati-hinç; Au«tiu acair.sî .T.-îck Mr.\tiliffe. chanipit>n Ji^ht weight, but the ìaticr failed to put in ;ui  tiîblM.'is, aft^r w'-titiniTtwo hours, left in arid d.-t-lar-d th.'^t the f.iiiurp of M'- \'.:r.?T.' T.i hiv ehallen^e. «Hi  J." h i'.: '>í î.:- hr.^rhfr. tí> inaki- a njat-ch f'T^ht . jl.t fhainpi..!i--iiip of the  •»"..-rid. ■ rjvti h;m of .iTiy iurthiT cinim i«,>'.i;,4: '.lilt;, .sa i th.st .Vu^tin would now f^.uiii 1:  l.ot» of s.port at rutshnrg.  I'nr.-r.i Fai. July 17—Yesterday was the li.TiUuer day in the ht«Torj' oí the Home-we-iHÌ DrivKìi; Park asj^ociatiou. Nearly  pvrs,:>ns I.h-sssí; in aîteiidiuicr. to wi liesft the third day's «irsuid circuit raeiui; liie weatiuT w.-l-- fine, tho track p;<.mh1 and the raciu*: e-icinn^:. In the third heat of !i:e 2;-.;! • v. liavelli finished lir-ît with Min Yoauii-wont!.. The judges deteettHl rrT.-^îniore. the driver of Min Youni;, with a watch in b:-. has;d and decided it no fcvat. Tiirv thoui;ht i'redniore did not iirive to win. A new driver wìls jiut up behsnd Mils Y'iUfic; ,ind the heat run over ..Tustiiia :uid wt-r,'driven around the  riiwk l«.'i|t;livr by lieers in '.i/.'l'j.  IXacins: at Albany.  I. .i'.iiv i.-.......i he 'rivüinj.: rare.H at  .- N. vou rday re.suitetl u.s f.dlow.s; •t-e. • irotsinc ciass. purse ^'.aw: I 1. Daiiueaiora », Flures  A  1- 4 ;  t.r..  Laitdrv.  % ,« imn-s Vict im l>ead.  --Ì'.;. Me, .inly H. —Mrs. Nera w,!.- shi-.t- by Vacii--in. si  î he Sa: rt-ve;.--  Jhat t:  ..crinr.:-  til! ¡U»;  B; I S  WÌ;.i  ' n:-!.' Í Ku k'- -d.i}-. Í (¡¡a--: ui 1.-ÎÎ lam.  i:  l.C'iV  ■ • V;:  prob.ibîe, fri.'!;i risosi killed iliniseSf. thuî wìiclìy .srJìiate iiîîU. bat i-wisì: the woman i r-l.ariiry'.s luisbaud iv-> l,i;e to stt' her alUe.  1)0 d o{ His Injuries.  : .. .Inly 17.--FrankS-hitTmaiher.  iStbi-^.i ;n the left ;irn-i T';--' I .V hu ibuiuekasnp in Alderin.iU .i-^-ii. (iied oí his injuries yt'^l.T-:;er K^'.-ìiìer vvilì hfid an iati.v l«ni;«. The iuurderer l.-v-it> uud oilicci-H aro lu pursuit of  t., nr-i > \ '.1  l.ui U.  -.»i- timi T&<t=í.ar.tl Ml««, but I Î3 Karii-.is <JD isr eha« to pajf ts*  WoïiisACMEBIacking  Í. 1  ! _ i  Ml t  N, Iti-iiU  e Hins N  w.auT  i ÌOT s S I so ■ . i  i u'i'cay ui tile Tsrst.  ■ -uri'eurîi-rvd t.í . îiîitii ii.e-ausivers \ urk ürs:  .1 Iju>".V-  l'.i-ti.i..;.,-  .1- F!.,>-  '1 r^'iio!«;-'ne.  id -!i<>t ìani îwscv ! t icUi-.-e.t ti.» ce.is-e  .¿t to h:- ar.-;l  i. d aüd .SLL-: L.iu. !,lv d.te.  rtiiirt (.«fi^t  L<iNi-'iN, Jnlv Î7.-tïrt-ece re.u t.d th Liver;.".'], ii.tvin--; arr Yo-kè-vi!' . -The Prine» . f W I -.-».jianîiR-ûî- ' M I íí>  .T il .'. Í 1 de-canips 1.. "i i i', bis .--îay ui I ^ Í  .d r  J Ml-  pnrse F'a  'tt 3; he.-.t time  ALONG "^Htl CiAMOND.  Frei trien.iì>  T; v; . 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