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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 March 1876

i r UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT . it , i Thursday, March 48d., The name of the wltneiiiei in the Hart wig case were I urnlshed. ' . ' VI ' The grand Jury tepoi'tcd another thle bllt. "' , Also reported , in the case ol Phil. Arnhol4 "not true bill.". i ! , i (. . ...,..;',. The jury appearing In the case of IT. S. y Adler & rural,' Judge" Chester H. Kruiu made an able argument for the defense, doting at half past twelve olclock when the courtfook arece. In the afternoon lion. Wlllard P. Hall fol lowed for the defense, speaking two hours and making one of the beat pleaa ever made by bim TJ, S. Attorney then spoke about an hour lay ing the foundation for a powerful argument In behalf of the government. .u i Samuel II. Hlghleytnan Indicted for charging fees as deputy collector of Internal, Revenue, which he was not authorized to receive, was brought down from Sedalla under arrest. He was takeu before Judge Krekel at chambers and obtained to enter Into bond before Com missioner Hes...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 March 1876

The State Journal. , . FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1876, dated; witness had ho recollection of being present when the receipt was Riven ; did not remember that Captain Bosscpahl Mrs. Farm er a cent; did not know what he was to pay her; don't know that he agreed to pay her any thing; remembered being present because he signed the paper; one safe in office belonging to Captain 3cnecke, also two desks; didn't re member about any money having been ad vanced; all witness knew wn that he proposed to buy the claim, and she concluded to sell it, but ho did not remember the terms; witness rend order as follows : . THE ORDER. ' Captain Lonis Benecke will please puy to Charles L. W. Bouse the bounty and pay due my husband, Wilson Farmer, In United 8tates colored troops, he having paid the money in advance to me, and oblige and take this as iiis receipt. ' ' Her SOPHRONIA X FARMER. Mark. Witness to mark : Lewis II. Meserve, An drew Moore. " Attached to this order, on n separate piece of paper, was the fo...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 March 1876

The State Journal. FRIDiAt,!i? 31. TS7C'S ,4 -LOCAL NUVVrS. 0 The The steamer.. Joe Kinney Is laid up for repairs. . i i . , Spring linn come again, 1ut it may not re main longJ ! I ;.. : i. , i ....,. , , . , . She's a blond, and tail, and straight, and lithe as a willow. " l 1. 1 The recent awful weather oecnlAn the dread of a fruit famine. , . The'rcccnt snow storm stopped thd trayel on railroads materially. It looks as though the "James boys" were down In Texas again. The next trial case is Irwlhs for-wrongfully withholding pension money, etc. Sleigh bells and sleigh bills do not have the same jingle, to the fortunate beau. Witson Foster has sued the St. Louis Times for libel, puttins the damages at $30,000. The "gas ring" and lawyers oecnpythe n' tention of the State courts in St. Louis. Another business man named 1$. A; Sher wood suicided in St. Louis Monday night. Well now 1 "We wonder if the city election is to be so tame an affair as it promises to be. Myra Clarke Gaines st...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 31 March 1876

The State Jonrtiah FRIDAY. MARCtl 81. 1876 Scudder'g Doe Case. From the Philadelphia Bulletin. ' A man came Into the office ot Judge X. the well-known lawyer, the other day, and when tho Judge 'had time to listen to him he said : "Judge my name is Scudder. I called to see you about a dog; case that kinder bewilders mo, and I thought mavbe' Ton might throw some light on her mfght just give me the law points bo's I'd know whether it was worth while suing or not. "Well, Judge, you see mo and a man named Pott.s went into partnarship on a dog. We bought him. He was a setter, and mo and l'otts went shares on him so's to take him out a hunting. It was never exactly settled which halt ot him I owned and which halt belonged to Potts, but somehow I kinder formed an idea in my own mind that the hind end was Scol der's and the i'ront end Pott's. Conse quence was that when the dog barked I always said, 'there goes Pott's halt exer cising itself,' and when the dog's tail wagged I always considere...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

1 in he ate oiraia VOL. 4. JEFFEKSON CITY. MO.. FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 187G. NO. 10. i WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL, Published Every Friday BY N. C. BURCH. Trrma of Subscriptions Sinjtlocoplcs. per yeai 1,50 Clubs of ten per yenr 1,23 Clubs of twenty, per yenr 1,00 INVAKIABLY IX ADVANCE. X)B.. JXTO. BAHEH, physician & Surgeon. gOffico and residence in Larrikin's new building, opposite National Exchange Bank. rut)2.viv. OL ESTATE 1 GENT JEFFERSON CITY. 110. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Taxes, Procure Patents. &c. OtHeo over White Janvier's store, Ilifih Street dec.2T 72hf FRED ROMM EL, DKAI.KK IS Books & Stationery PERIODICALS,. BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fail-child's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET, c.27.'72-iv Jefferson City Mo Chas. Ii. Buscli. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Jefferson St3 JEFFERSON CITY, MO. A LARGE STOCK OF ALL KINDS OF Lumb...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY. APRIL 7, 1876. Caught by the Gills Kansas City. It is I ho Utile things tint a man docs that reveal his true charactor. Thoy scorn to havo each other by the (tills tlio politicians do, in Kansas City. Articles ot impeachment asrainst .ox-Sectary Relknap were read in tho Senato on Tuesday. Somebody will got hurt, ii thry let them alone in the triangular Kansas City mayoralty light. Major Wm. Gentry, of Sodalia, is .spo ken ot as the granger candidate tor Con gress against Phillips this fall. Turner A. (Jill, mayor of Kansas City, was re-elected on Tuesday last, with He publican votes. He is a Democrat. The Kansas City Journal speaks of the 'Vidders' as "pull-backs." Yes, they are, to soma extent. Rut well there arc xceptions. Theieisnota place i.i the State or United States perhaps that is less dis sturbed by political commotions than Jef ferson Citv. A feature of the pending Appropriation Hill is that it fixes is the pay ot tho Presi dent alter March, 4lb,...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Monday April 3. Mr. Budlong Identified list of taxpayers sent by Hlghleyman to him, also form 21 furnished Illghleyman. On cross-examination witness thought re vised form 21 was not furnished Illghleyman. The first lorm was that used by assessor, tho revised that used by collector niter new law. Notices issued from his office; witness knew from returns that parties were delinquent; witness had no, claim or mileage; first commenced reporting dclinquences for July in August; witness examined at length concerning regulations and enforcement of pen alties lor May and June, 1873; letters of instructions-August 8 and 21, written by clerk in of fiof of Mr. Budlong, relative to reporting de linquencies identified mid read in evidence; form of handbill used in giving noltco to tax payers identified, also letters transmitting same to deputy collector, with instructions to distri bute, sent April, 21, 1873. which wero read in evidence; letter April 11, 1873, inclos...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

Tlic State Journal FIUDAY. APUtL 7. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. The pen. ha 320 convicts under wages. . The first of April was about as wintry as any day wo had in January. Jllz is the iiaino of the new candidate for the I'enitontlry long term from St. Louis. Tlio road in front of the prison to tho river has been (.'railed down In good order. Ashley W. Ewlng is in the field as h candi Ute for the legislature from this county. Itiver still rising. News from upper Mis souri promises one of the heaviest freshets ever known. A team ol ono hundred men, convicts, drew the new strain boilers up tho river hill to the prison pale. The new hospital at the prison is rapidly ap proaching completion. Its appDintmetits, all very line. arc received and set up. The St. Joe Herald .has pot $50,000 dollars libel suit on its hands. Eugene Field is the plaintiff. The circus's uconilng. It will bo here the J4th. Cupt. Eaton is rebuilding jho big bullo lin boards for it, apposite the Journal office. The idea that ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

J. W. Blink, Law rence. Elliot Carhnrt, Macon. C. K. Wood, Gentry. Hugh Reese, Jackson. . BenJ. Robinson, Jack son. J. W. Adair, Kay. . D. P. Dobyris, Macon. Homer Ilnrt, Moniteau. J. r. Alexander, Jackson. J. C. Johnson, Taney. JOHN C. HENDRICKS testified that he had lived near Mound City, Holt county, Missouri, since 1806; Mound City was 12 miles from Oregon, the county seat; was a married man ; had three sons in army ; second son, Pleasant O. Hendricks, killed in May, 1374, at Kesnc a, Ga. ; wife's name at that time was Catharine Hendricks ; ' died In 1871 ; was mother; know Clark Irvine since 1867; he lived at Oregon, in Holt county, Missouri; Ir vine was a war claim accent; he was employed in 1867 to get pension for himself and wife on account of tbeir son; he undertook the case and prosecuted it in bis wife's untne; witness took wifo and two witnesses down and made out papers ; in 1869, about May, he gave notice liy letter that he bad got pension, and to come down ; ho went do...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

The Stato Journal FRIDAY. APRIL 7. 187C. LOCAL NEWS. Geo. G. Vest is still waiting on thnt sick juror Somo of tlio iletcntcJ candidates are very orc. Howe's Grout LoikIoii Circus will In; hero on the 24th. They call her the Gazelle tho glrljwith tho beautiful eyes and blond hair. Tho vote ibi- mayor cf Kansas City was as follows: S. P. Twins, 1322; Turner A. Gill 1547; and Loughrldi:c,050. We hear it rumored that a Conn-ublul rvent occurred a night or two since. But in I he absence of s pecitie. authority cannot an uouuee it as certain. Rev. A. II. Parker, who has gained many friends during his stay in tills city as Pastor of the M. K. Church, will be located at Tipton this year. How few men, classed as great, remember to polish the heels of their boots, or know how to tie a beau-knot. In this world there is no such thing as perfection. The Ladies' .Journal, noticing the first ap pearance of a new boy, says, '"It slid down a rift of suushino." More likely it floated down on a moonbe...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

TT" 1776. h tt-h 1876. CEHTEMIIAL GARWIML! THE GREATEST SENSATION OF THE AGE! $1,600,000 expended in its outfit. Historical, Emblematical, Amphitheatrical and Allegori cal, at JEFFERSON CITY, op A SCENE OF GORGEOUS SPLENDOR EVERY NATION UPON EARTH REPRESENTED ! THE BIRDS OF THE AIR THE DENIZENS OF THE JUNGLE MONSTERS OF THE DEEP. THE CONTINENTAL PATRIOTS. ALL ARE REPRESENTED IN GRAND CAR NIVAL GAIETY and SPLENDOR. ' ' A DOUBLE CIRCUS. A DOUBLE MENAGERIE ! THE HIPP0DR0MAT1C SPECTACLE The Mardi-Gras Carnival ! THE CENTENNIAL CHORUS OF 300 VOICES THE BOOMING OF CANON THE GRAND FIRE WORKS ! GRAND FREE EXHIBITION ! GRANDEST SIGHT EVER BEHELD. Has 310 Equal in America. MARDI-GRAS THE CROWNING TRIUMPH. Grcutest Sensation of the Ago. HISTORIC AND EMBLEMATIC. At 9 A. si. on each flay of exhibition, the Hip podromatio Grand Triumphal street Pageant of Howes' Great London Circus. Hippodrome, Hangers' English Menagerie of Trained Ani mals, and Mardi-Gras Carnival, when will bo seen the grandest...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 7 April 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY, AFR1L 7. 1876. The Ohio Republican Platform. Tlio Republicans of Ohio renew their al legianco to tho Republican party of the United States, and reaffirm its principles of iree government as declared and de fended by the grand men ot 1676, and en deared to the people ot our timo by tho sacrifices ol war Rnd tho blessings ot an assured union of tho states based upon universal liberty. Second The citizens of the several states of the Union arc also citizens of the nation, and are equal under the constitu tion and laws in all rights of citizenship, and arc entitled to lull and equal protec tion in their exercise. Third Wo laror an honest and econo mical administration of the government, and lavor retrenchment and reform in the public service, l'ersonal integrity and fi delity should bo required of all officials, and when found to bo dishonest and cor rupt they should be prosecuted andjpun ished, and wo cordially commend the vig orous prosecution of pubiic offe...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

ae tr f.'l ' T i VOL. 4. JEFFERSON GITY. MO,. FRIDAY, APRIL 14, 1870. NO. 17 . 'I ' ' I . 41 li (,' ) . . . . ' i ; i ' ; WEEKLY STATE JOURNAL; Published Every Friday UY N. C. BURCIL- Terms of Snbucrliitlon ! Single copies, peryeai 91,50 Clubs of ten per year 1,25 Clubs of twenty, per year. '." 1,00 IXVAUTABLY IN ADVANCK. sician & Surgeon. ("Office and residence in Lnmkin's 1 1 1 l "V A 1 new building, opposite isaiionai Exchange Bank. ... " ., fap25-lTV HENRY NITCHY REAL ESTATE f SENT, JEFFERSON CITY. MO. BUYS AND SELLS LANDS ON COMMIS sion, Pay Taxes, Redeem Lands Sold for Tuxes, Procure Patents. Ac. Office over White Janvier's store, IIi.sh Street dcc.27 72hf FRED O M M E Ij , ' niut.un IN Books & Stationery PERIODICALS, BLANK BOOKS, CHRO mos, Wall Paper and Pictures. Picture Frames made to order. Agent for Fairchild's Gold Pens. All orders will receive prompt at tention. HIGH STREET. c.2-.,72-iv Jefferson City, Mo Clias. L. Busch. Chicago Lumber Yard, Cor. of Main and Je...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

The State 'Journal FRIDAY. APRIL 14. 1876. UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT Monday, April 10. Court met at 10 o'clock. No business trans acted, and Court adjourned till ft o'clock to morrow. Tuesday April 11. Court met pursuant to adjournment. Judge Krekel announced that in the argu ment for a new trial in the case of Adler & Furst, a strong theoretical case had been pre nented, but for the purpose of showing the care taken by defendants to discharge the duties im posed by law he thought the evidence tending to show their knowledze of Illicit whisky com ing to the re-distillery was not inadmissible and that their case was not injured by such testimo ny. The motion for a new trial was overruled. In the matter ol the motion in arrest the deci sion ut St. Louis showed that the punishment could not be cumulative for the same offense differently charged; being admitted that only 0 counts containing separate offences, the mo tion in arrest would be overruled. The de fendants were ordered ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

Thfe Stato Journal FRIDAY. APRIL 14, 1876. Call for a Republican County CanventUn. The Republicans of Cole county will meet lo their respective townships on the 29th Inst., nd select delegates to a county convention to be held at the courthouse, at noon, on the 6th day of May next, for .the purpose of selecting delegates to the State Convention to beJiekl on thd 24th day of May. The basis of representatives will bo as fol lows: . '.'... Jefferson township .....15 Marion " 3 Moreau " ...8 Clark 2 Liberfy " 2 Osage " - 2 W. A. Curuy, Pres. of Com. F. A. Claiiknbacii, Sec'y. LOCAL NEWS. F rom winter to summer in a single week. Showers of Arc and brimstone are next in or der. " Moving diiys are from now to 'the first of May. Brown Wilkin is pretty good for C B. Wil kinson. The peach trees bearing fruit this year are alP'seedlings." Lookout for humbugs and dead beats. All that glitters is not geld. Silver is no longer compared with gold, and yet it is good to have around. There will be a...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

The State Journal FRIDAY; AflUL 14. 1876. LOCAL NEWS. Polk county defeated the dog law. Spring or summer as you liko it. llworth lit a pretty town, but rather dull. Who couldn't he a railroad commissioner. Kansas Citv is not as lively as it used to be. The Sedalin public schools closed on Friday. Westward the emigrants are still wending their way. t Tim Republicans of the county should organ ize thoroughly. It is pleasant traveling on the Missouri Paci fic theso days. Thtre are a few poaches all along the line of the Missouri river. Frank Cambelos, a bull In the Chicago grain market, has absconded. A big lead of camel coal has been found near Quiney in Hickoiy county. Clara Louise Kellogg Is said to have the pret tiest hands on the stage. The smelling committees do not care to have their own linen aired just now. The Missouri State Editorial convention will be hejd at Macon City on the 24th ot May. "Col. Sellers' is doing the larger towns on tiic Missouri river "Theres millions in i...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

Fur the Joumul. AFTKlt. J. AFTF.lt JOYCK.. After the winter's snow,prlng's gentle showers, After a spat or so, love's rosy bowers, f " ' ' . Aftor election, free drinks are no more ; After they'ro beaten, some men feel quite sore. After the spree ; the dull butt In the head;' .", j After you've run aground, throw oul the lend. After insolvency, twenty per cent. ; , After ejectment, come down with the rent. '' ' After bad weather, old Tlce condemned ; . 0 After the grasshopper, Kiley is bent. After the granger's crop, bad army worm ; After corruption, retrench and reform. After the summer's heat, winter's cold blast; Afler you've sinned, repent of th past. After a sunny day, night dark and damp; After machine man, look out for the tramp. After glad meeting, a parting so sad ; After the democrat, once more the rad. After the lightning, thunder's loud ro.'l ; After the flesh Is weak, think of your soul. After your pants are ripped, send them to mend ; After this nonsense, 'tis timo I s...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

The State Journal. FRIDAY APRIL 14, 1876 The ReDBblicans carried the c!tv of S, ' I Springfield. 111., at a recent city election, of the present State officials will that be endorsing Hardin's administration P Col. Bittinger realizes that he has lall en ; but it is with the consolation ot know ing does not fall alone. The exact status oi affairs on the Mexi can border is uncertain. A war, or the peaceable occupation ot the country by Americin forces seems inevitable. The burial ot A. T. Stewart, the Mer chant Price ot New York whose death oe cured on Monday last will take place to day, Thursday. The lull returns from "the Rhode Island election give Lippett, republican, lor gov ernor, 8,357; Howard, prohibition, C,38o; Beach, democrat, 8.602. We rather suspect tint tne first intima tion had by government authorities of the whereabouts of Chas. B. Wilkinson, was furnished by Col. J. L. Bittinger. 1'ost Master Chauncy I. Filley ot tha St. Louis Postoflice is having another battle with ...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

. ( . ) BANS nltlTMANS MARRIAOK, Hans Brltman he vs all z o tlret To be a Jug-gesell ; De buttont on his preeclies-biints bey all heroonter fell : His elbows, too.tbey looked out Der vinder in his goat; 'Tvas sliaudcrhaft, der Brltmnn set. To bull alleln bit pont. Tvas vorsh alsh pein' a ydler tog, De livin' sooch a life : And zo der Breltman shvore dat he Vouldt make himself a vife. He trunk him voll mit tager-pi'i-r. He eat some Sweltzcr kase ; And then to zeek a frau he vent All 'bout de mnrget blace. He sbinclt of peer, he sbmelt of kase, He shmelt of zour kraut; "Ach Gottl" a lofely maitcn set, "An Engel vot's got out; Der air of bafen's In his bret. And in his lofely hair; I vish dat I coult alvays know Dat Engel vould be dere !" Der Breitman shmilt ven he did zee Dat maiten all shpell-bount ; He trowed himself upon his face, And lait upon der grount. "Ach maidchen, you hafe shpllt mine 'art All into liddle pits; Yust you pecome my mucilage, Or I will tie mit fits." Dat maiten...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The state journal. — 14 April 1876

1776. 1 7 A THE GREATEST SENSATION OF THE AGE ! Kpi Zr , ... r - . ,: ...i; ClITSiillL $1,500,000 expended in its outfit. Historical, Emblematical, Amphitheatrical and Allegori cal, at JEFFERSON CITY, on 4, 187 i f A SCENE OF GORGEOUS SPLENDOR EVERY NATION UPON EARTH REPRESENTED ! THE BIRDS , OF THE AIR. THE DENIZENS OF THE J UNG LE MONSTEKS OF THE DEEP.. THE. CONTINENTAL 'PATRIOTS. ALL - ARE REPRESENTED IN GRAND CAR NIVAL GAIETY and SPLENDOR. A DOUBLE C1BCUS.--A DOUBLE MENAGERIE ! THE HIPPODROr.lATIG SPECTACLE The Mardi-Gras Carnival ! THE CENTENNIAL CHORUS OF 300 VOICES THE BOOMING OF CANON THE GRAND FIRE WORKS ! GRAND FREE EXHIBITION! GRANDEST SIGHT EVEIl BEHELD. Has no Equal ia America. MAIiM-GRAS THE CROWNING TRIUMPH. Greatest Sensation of tlio Age. 1IISTOKIC AND EMBLEMATIC. At 9 A. M. on each tiny of exhibition, the Hip podroinatio Grand Triumphal street Pageant of Howes' Great. London .Circus. Hippodrome, hangers' English Mcnngcrio of , Trained Ani mals, and Mnrdi-Grns Carniv...

Publication Title: State Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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