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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 15 May 1878

IfeM HOUSE AND FARM. Hints For the Season.' 0 Don't let a lew sunshiny "*days*"decerve you in the Jetting up on the care of your stock. -February and Marcli are hard months, especially lor growing anf trials. The appet^tfe )ias^ flagged somewhat, land the sudden (t changes of weather are ve^y trying. & little neglect will surely cause them to get a set-back a few set-backs mean "Spiing-poor" stock and thisi meanswell, the butcher or the stock buyer will tell you that this means, in language that you ought to unaers^nd.,,, viz., dollars and cents. 4 In-coming cows or*ewes need the best of care as to feed, dry, pure air^warmth, and bedding. Slippery watering places, too high feeding, injuries from crowding and exposure, are all to be guarded against. Colonel Waring says that he does not fear ever again to lose a cow bv milk fever. "Judicious starvation just before and after calving," is relied on to prevent it* The hensand especially the pullets, are beginning to sin in their chee...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 15 May 1878

1 I ft-wjH^awwUfiWjt^rfw"^ftc****j.t* Th Evening Time Together we walked in the evening time: Above us the sky spread golden and clear, And he bent his head and looked in my eyes, As if he held me of alL most dear, Oh! it was sweet in the evening time! And our pathway went through fields of wheat Nai row that path and rough, the way, But he was near, and the birds sang true, And the stars came out ID the twilight gray. Oh! it was sweet in the evening time! Softly he spoke of the days long past, Softly of blessed days to be Close to his arm, and closer I pretet The corn-field path was Eden to me. Oh! it was sweet in the evening time! Grayer the light grew, and grayer still, The rooks flitted home through the purple shade, The nightingales sang where the thorns stood high, As I walked with him in the woodland glade Oh! it was sweet in the evening time' And the latest gleams of daylight died My hand in his enfolded lay "We wept the dew from the wheat as we passed For norrower, narrower...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 15 May 1878

NEW EM AND WSMl, BROWN COUNTY OFFICERS. Post Office Address New Ulm. AUDITORH. B. Constans. TREASURERP. Schubert. REGISTER OF DEEDSA. Walton. JVOK or PROBATEA. Westphal CLERK or THE DIST COURTAlbertBlanchard. SHERivr-jGeo .cke$haup. SUKVETORJ."Berndt. COURT COMMJSSIONERJ-E. G. Koch. COUKTY ATTORNEYB. P. Webber. CORONERDr. C. Weschcke. COUKTY SUPERINTENDENTJohn Lind. COMMISSIONERSL. Rice chairman, Chas. Wag ner, Antoandii Merfeid, W. H. Sanders, Ole Jorgen son. OoxuxxieroiaX NEW ULM MARKET. Corrected Weekly by Richard Pfefferle. I lour, per bbl $6.0007.00 Wheat, per bushel 80 Oats, per bushel 40 Barley, per bushe 50 Corn per bushel, 40 Beans, per bushel 3.00 Potatoes, per bushel 35 Hams, per ponud lo Chofi&eperfe 20 Salt, per bbl, ^2.00 Butter, per lb lo Sggs per"dozen 6 Lard, per pound lo Honey, per pound 20@25 Winona & St. Peter Railroad. O-oissra- EI-A-ST. ARRIVE. DEPART. Day Passenger *7,40 p.m. *5,5 a.m Night Pass'ger {8,40 a.m. t3,50p.m. C3-OI3STC3- "WEST. ARRIVE. DEPAR...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

NEW The old first Minnesota will hold a grand re-union at Mankato, June 19th and 20th. The citizens of Man kato have called a meeting to devise ways and means for the proper enter tainment of the boys. The Park place Hotel, in St Paul, as totally destroyed by fire last Saturday night. The fire is supposed to be the work of an incendiary. The refrigerator warehouse of Dunn, Thompson & Co. was also destroyed the same night. was The Pennsylvania Republican State convention was held last Wednesday. Col. Hoyt, of Luzerne county, who was supported by Don Cameron's men, was nominated for Governor. The resolutions adopt ed are strong on the protective tariff, but are totally silent as to the ad ministration. It appears that the cold weather week before last was not wholly con fined to Minnesota alone, as telegrams in Chicago papers from nearly one hundred localities in Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and Iowa, show that Minnesota escaped com paratively unharmed in comparison with...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

eitr AS. BOBELETETER, Proprietor. NEWULMT MINNESOTA CURRENT TOPICS. Closing a school to let the scholars JJO to the circus is something'novel, but that is what was done in a New Jersey town last week. Holland, Switzerland, and Greece have notified their willingness to come into the silver conference proposed by tne United States, but the great powers are silent. The Mercedes head-dress is the latest novelty. The hair at the temples is waved and combed upwards: there is a fringe over the forehead only, and a triple band of light tortoise shell fast ened around the head. Edison permitted Gail Hamilton to speak into his new steel phonograph re cently. There was a screech like a steam whistle the cylinder made 742 revolu tions in a minute, and the tin foil was relied up into a bullet and shot through a window, killing seven head of cattle in a distant field. On a trip hammer stand ing at the other side of the room was afterwards found gouged in large letters intQ the iron, the word Eato...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

The Pilgrim's Song. How sweet, as we're floating on life's chang ing billow, Like mariners \oyaging over the foam, To think of the dear ones in yonder blest har bor, And the beautiful songs they aie singing at home. How sweet to be thinking of pearly gates open And angels in white robes so spotless and fair, With golden liarpsjnnging in mansions of glory, And sweet songs of love floating soft on the air. How sweet to believe that our Savior is Jesus, And trust in His stiength as we're gliding along His love will ne'er fail us it guides us for ever, And tills our glad hearts with a beautiful song. How s-n ect to be singing, wnile or'er the waves gliding, And praising the Lord with our heart and our song, And working and praying that others may love Him, And ioin in His praise as we're floating along. HOAV sweet to be thinking of angles and loved ones, And joys that await us in Heaven above' Sweet strains will be floating, when Jesus our Savier Shall welcome us home to the mansions of...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

"H t&lctkU) ^iexnew* PUBLISHED EVERY "WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETER. Office over City Drug Store, TERMS: 02NB DOLIAR PER YEAB ADVAKCE. E4TII O ADVElftXISIXtt. Ten Lines "BRKVIEB" makes a Square. Space 1 Square" Squares Column 1 50 200 400 700 12 00 1 85 SOU 500 800 ft Column 1 Column Advertisements In double column, double the single column rates. Business cards of live lines, one year $5.00, (each additional line 75 eta. All transect s.dvertii*.ients to Iw paid for in advance. Advertisements inserted in the local notice columns, 10 cents a line for the first insertion and 5 cents a line for each subsequent inser tion but no notice insertedforless than fifty cents. Announcements of Marriages and Deaths inserted free but obituary notices, except in special cases, will be charged at advertising fites. Leiral notices trill be charged 75 cents per folio for the first insertion, And 37 cents per folio for each subsequent insertion, .ill legal notices must be upon the responsibility of t...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

i On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St. James Accommodation," ON THE ST. PAUL & SIOH tUTI R. I WILL BE RUN THROUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & WORTHINGTON. TIME TABLE. 7.15 a.m. Leave St. Paul, Arrive 6 50 p. m. 1.35 p. m. Mankato, 12.25 4.25 St. Jamea, 9.45 a.m. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This -will enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to go THROUGH BY DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on tke Winona & St. Peter B. R., by taking the west-bound train on that line, leaving Winona at midnight may tuke the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth, ington the same afternoon. J. W. BISHOP, J- F. LINCOLN, Gen. Manager. Supt. LINES. THE CHICAGO S NORTH-WXiTKRN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Railway Lines of the WEST and NORTH. WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN, NORTHERN MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, IOWA, NEBRASKA...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

Human Nature. *4 TRUE INCIDENT. Two little children five years old, Mane the gentle, Charlie the bold, Sweet and bright and quaintly wise, Aagels both, in their mother's eyes. But you, if you follow my verse, shall see H$ That the ei as human as human can be, And had not yet learned the maturcr art I Of hiding the "self of the finite neart. One daj- they found in their lomp and tla Two little 1 abbits soft and gray Soft &nd gray, and just of a size, As like each other as your two eyes. All day long the children made love To the deai little petstheir treasure-tiove They kissed and hugged them until the night Bi ought to the conies a glad respite. Too much fondling dosen't agree *Qsi With rabbitnature, as we shall see, For ere the light of another day Had chased the shadows of night away. One little pet had gone to the shades, Or, let us hope, to perennial glades Brighter and softer than any below A heaven where good little rabbits go. 1 The living and dead lay side by side, And s...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

A. Rosary of Sonnets. HUNRT W.LONGFELLOW. tOjs 2"7t 2\oo Siveri Slowly tke liour-liand of the clock moves "round, So slowly that no human eye hath power To see it mme! Slowly in shine or shower The painted ship abo\e lthomeward bound, Sails, but seems motionless as if aground1 Yet both arrive at last and in his tower The slumberous watchman wakes and strikes the hour, A mellow, measured, melancholy sound. Midnight! the outpost of advancing day' The fiontier town and citadel ot night' The watershed of time from which the streams Of Yesterday and To-morrow take their vi ay, One to the land of promise and of light, One to the land of darkness and of dreams! O Rrver of Yesterdaj, with current swift Through chasms descending, and soon lost to sight, I do not care to follow in thy flight, 0 River of To-mwi row I uolift Mine e\es, and thee I follow, as the night ^V\ anes into moining. and the dawning light 1 follow, follow, where thy waters run Through unfiequentod, unfamiliar fields, Flag...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 22 May 1878

/"V J,w TOTE Most Famous O FAMILY PANOPLY OF ar viT!j,e *j&yk. srrmmmm tV#^ 1J ^WJfftiSftfAV swfc^J*! SOCIALS, A SPLENDOR. e- eqao]d ^AVRaw wr ^J 10 TIME& LARGER 100 TIMES MORE GRAND' AT NEW BLM, TUESDAY. 1E 4th, 1B7BL Coming on 3 Special Trains! ffif Hi Tour of the Continent by Bsiilroad. A CONGRESS OP BEWILDERING ATTRACTIONS! *c* 10,000 SEPAEATE AND DISTINCT NOVELTIES! The Earth, the Sea, the Sky, are all represented in a VA ST WILDERNE SS OF EIEIBITI ON TENT S. ONE TICKET ADMITS O ALL. Great New York and New Orleans Circus, Menagerie, Museum AND CONGRESS OF LIVING WONDERS! A Mammoth Museum! A Stupendous Menagerie! A Famous Circus! W. W. COLE SOLE PROPRIETOR. The Proprietor of this *nst and unparalleled consolidation of interesting and attractive fentures Ms for the season of 1878, through a life-long experience and a lavish outlay of money, the pleasure ol placing before the public the GRANDEST EFFORT OF HIS LIFE, by procuring all the attainable no- velties of the Brute C...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

k, PT' VOLUME The bill placing Generals Grant and Shields on the retired Hat was shelved by the Senate, by a vote of 34 to 30. 4 To-morrow is decoration day, and will be very generally observed in the larger cities of this and other States. The Senate in executive session last Wednesday confirmed the nomi nation of ex-Gov. Packard of Lousi ana, to be consul at Liverpool. The St. Paul Globe is very severe on Hon. Alex, H. Stephens, of Georgia, because he sided with the "Republicans on the Florida investi gation resolution. The Minnesota Senate met last week, Tuesday, as a court of im peachment, for the trial of Judge Page. Over a hundred witnesses have been summoned to give testimo ny. The Democratic Congressional Convention for the first district has been called to meet at Owatonna, on Tuesday, July 25. We notice that the neighboring counties of Murray, Watonwan and Cottonwood are each entitled to one delegate. The Republican Central Commit tee for this, the Second Congression al Di...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

TurfffiSW* .*W"k ~TrmTnpiiiiMnnp^ti i lie tu mim gfcnijexn JAS. BOBELBTETER, Proprietor. WECBML sTjOnnO The conundrum in Pennsylvania now is, Will Hartranft hang Jack Kehoe* Jack, known as the king of the Molly Maguires, is under sentence of death for murder. Two warrant for his execution have,been issued and withdrawn within the past two mouths, and it is though that there is something in Kehoe's boast of a mysterious influence over him whom he calls familiary "the old man at Har risburg." ^"sj^'-ya^fiej MmJTEE MINNESOTA (\URRBNT TOPICS. Grant is now in Paris. He hobndfos wnu Princes and Dukes, samples the work of the famous eooks, drives ini the- "Bois" de Boulogne, and visits the Exposition. He kjlikelj to soon regain the seventeen pounds that he lost on the Nile. The paiiper-i ot Bingor,, J^e.! slifuck las]k week because their food was insuf ficient and their fSbacco rations had fj[iv eni out, lu a c^nfereijee was Beld with two authorities, and labor-on the town farmwas resumed,...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

Man's Jnhninanity. i [New Orleans Democrat.] Some days ago information was received that in a house near Broad street there was I a. girl chained hand and foot, and had been I fox some three months, and in pursuance of this the reporter started on his quest accom panied by Judge Southworth and A. DeFon blanque, the British consul at this port, who volunteered out of pure humanity. The reporter got out of the Canal street cars at Dorgenois street, and going up that stopped at the corner of Pal myra to look for the habitation wherein it was said that the girl had been confined. On Palmyra, two doors from Dorgenois street, it stood. From a hasty glance at its exterior and surroundings, it might have been taken for one of Quilp's retreats. It was a dilapidated one-story house containing two rooms, standing back a short distance from the street. The front door was found to be locked, but a window adjoining was easily opened, and through it an entrance was gained to the house. While the p...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

4 wMfcIV '*&&> \f t^j**i-*tt{^5ykW*J*Tr 'ut^'^gt^*t^rHr,'V,6tl'%!itt0t^Qf--tit^ Our Washington Letter. JL NOBLE LIFE ENDEDTHE DEATH \ND FUNERAL OF PROFESSOR Jos. HENR^THE MADNESS OF CON- GRESSTHE POTTER RESOLUTION PASSEDSPECULATIONS. CFrom oui regular caiiespondent WASHINGTON, D. May 18,1878. The silent city received yesterday within its restful bosom another pil grim froiaa om* midst and never has the lovely scenery of Oak Hill Ceme tery welcomed to its calm seclusion ii nobler -eitizjenas more universal or spontaneous outburst of sorrow .and sympathy, has seldom been wit nessed in any community than that which signalized the funeral of the late Professor Henry, for all ranks and conditions of men united, with .one accord toflo!him reverence. His funeral yesterday afternoon? Was one of the most solemn and impressive ever witnessed in Washington, or perhaps in the country. It was dis unguished by the entire absence of every thing like show and parade for the sakp of displ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

Jb IMPORTANT! On and after April 1st, the Train heretofore known as the "St.r James Accommodation,'' ,G THE ST. PAE & SIOUX CITY 1 1 WILL BE RUN THROUGH BETWEEN ST. PAUL & "WOETHINGTON". TIME TABLE. 7.15 a.m. Leave St. Panl, .....Arrive 6 50 pi m. 1,35 p.m. Mankato, 12.25 4.25 St. James, 9.45 a. m. 8.20 Arrive Worthington, Leave 5.30 This -will enable Emigrants and Land Seekers to go THRO!!GH DAYLIGHT. Passengers from points of east Mankato, on the Winona & St. Peter U. K., by taking the west-bound train on that line, leaving Winona at midnight may take the above train at Mankato' and reach Worth ington the same afternoon.: J. W. BISHOP, J. F. LINCOLK, J. C. BOYCEN, Gen. Manager. Supt. Gen. Tkt.Agt'' LINES. THE CHICAGO Si NORTH-WESTXIJIN RAILWAY Embraces under one management the Great Trunk Rail-way Lines of the WEST and NORTH. WEST, and, with its numerous Branches and connections, forms the shortest and quickest route between CHICAGO and all the points in ILLINOIS, WISC...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

A Little Boy's Pocket, Do you know what's in my pottet? Such a lot of treasure in it' Listen now, while I bedin it! Such a lot ofsings to hold, "4 And every sin dat's in my pottet, And when, and where, and now I dot it First ofall,here's inmypottet A beauty shellI pickedit up And here's the handle ofa tup That somebody had broke at tea The shell's a hole in it you see Nobody knows dat I dot it, I keep it safe here in my pottet. And here's my ball too, in my pottet, And her.e's my pennies, one, two, free, That Aunty Mary gave to me: To-morrow day 111 buya spade, When I'm out walking with the maid I can't put dat here in my pottet, ButI can use it when I v dot it. Here's some new sines in my pottet! Here's my lead, and here's my string1, And once I had an iron ring, But through a hole it lost one day And thisis what I always say A ho\e's the worst sin in a pottet, Have it mended when you've dot it. TITIAN'S DAUGHTER. From an Old Maculae. Thou dost not admire that picture, Giulio?" sai...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

A Life's Regret* uO 44' c^ Turning: the leaves in an idle -way f?, Of a book I was skimming the other dayj"f I found a line at the end of a song, Which KeepsMn haunting me all day long ff% With its sweet,and mournful melody, love^ my love, had you loved but me!", m) Sadder a burden could never be Iff Then "love my, love had you loved but me!"^'8 Pew words and simple^ but, O, how much The singer has told in that little touch! How hard a story, of chances lost, Of bright-hopes blighted and true love crossed, la heard igthe whispered melody, "O love my love, had you loved 6uf me!" To many a sorrow the key may be That "love,my love, had you loved but me!" I don't believe in what poets have said Of hearts that are broken and lives that are dead Lives well ordered will stand to their conrse, And hearts of true metal ring little the worse, Butthey vibrategtill to that melody, *'0 lovc'.my love, lad you loved but me!" Mv life fs well but what Would it be, Sweet "love, my love, had you loved...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 29 May 1878

NEW OLM AM mm. Webber js once more Caching it. PooirW-! Yote it a holiday and. go and sqe dole's mammoth show next Tuesday.1 Cole's circus, the greatest show on earth, next Tuesday. Go and,4ee it. Last Sabbath was a very coldanddisa greeable day* Since the copious rains of last weNek crops are looking splendid. occupied by John Sejler.'1 W- 3 _Ltiti to conductor of ttie Marsliaiji exp Thecompan could not nave made a better appointment. These sudden changes af th^ weath er seldom fail to bring a Cough,'or, Cold, a.nd we can ie.cpnrni.erj4 pv. Marshall's Lung Syrup as a' certain .ciire fqr allviews .diseases ofetheLiingska^d-Cheat* The price is only 25"cents, Sold, by Jos* liobleter. We are glad tq heay tha^ Dr. Mar shall's Lung Syrupg|yessuch a general satisfaction our druggists say it sells better than any othef preparation for CoughsColds, etc. The price is 25 cts., large size 50 cents. Sold by Jos. Bob Jet&c. B. June, of the University $f Min nesota, at Minneapolis, wUl accept...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — New Ulm weekly review. — 5 June 1878

tamw PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BY JOS. BOBLETEIL Office over City Drag Store. TERMS: ONE DOIXAB PEB YEAR ADVANCE. RATBS O ADTERTISUU. Ten Lines "BREVIER" makes a Square. Space 1 Square 2 Nquares A Column Column. 1 Columu 1m| 3 i| lyr 75 3 00 3 75 00 10 00 1 50 T^R. C. BERRY, PHYSICIAN A SURGEON, OFVICB AT TUB CITT DKUG STORE. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA. T"\R. A. MARDEN, RESIDENT DENTIST, Office, corner Minn, and First N. Sts. jtEW ULM, MINNESOTA. T^AKOTA HOUSE, 9PV. POST OFFICENEW TJLM, MINN., ADOLVII SEITER, PKOP'B. hl8 house is the most centrally located house in the city and affords good Sample Rooms., P. WEBBER, ^A-ttorney & Counselor AT LAW. MONEY TO LOAN. Office over Citizen's National Bank. NEW ULM, MINNESOTA HENSHEL, U. A. SUBILIA, NewUlm CityMill, Centre Street, New Ulm, Minn. We are running day and night, and can supply any quantity of best brauds of Flour at regular rates oa short notice. TVe have improved machinery for the grinding of shorts and fodder, having added a stone ...

Publication Title: New Ulm Weekly Review
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