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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 January 1885

'v, sleet and rain last week. ,y to many troubles is whiskey no to begin to think about the . y. Porter killed a mad doE e floor of his house last week ny friends we indulged in th< aign, will please make payment nee breaking up your land.foI rep as soon as the ground is iL "ndition. >y has retired from his Profes the Piedmont Inatitute, and b e ill hie time to his clurches B. Clyde, our very efficieni \.uditor has moved with ii our town. 1). Young, photographer, if od at this place, and will taki are in the het style of the ar wonable figures. overnor has appointed T. C. "t, Esq., of this place a Tria: vice J. B. Newbory, resigned, >untains were white with RI10 4esday mornin)g, and the wvini .a quarter was very cutting. iming holidays will be more gon ;orved than any for yoars, and we uind our readers that a lottle ull'a Cough Syrup will prove a eptable holiday present. "y-five cents expended for one ' Shriner's Indian Vernifuge will .r child from the horrible agony eaten ...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 29 January 1885

S 60T N.WAR SlETYENT. OVERNOR YAGATH TO GOVERNOR VANCE. Popoesing is 185 to Save the State. by DIaeslvag the Bertera Coaderaey.. Th Cerpilmla aad O,urgia In the Same [Special Dipatch to the Netw York H rald.] WBIUINGTON, January 17, 1885. The letter of General Sherman, about which there was a squabble in the Senate the other day, has led to the looking up of other war correspond ence than that to which he referred, and-the following letter of Governor -Magrath,' of South Carolina, to Gov ernor Vance, of North Carolina, has sufficient interest to be printed. The conventions alluded to in the letter were State Conventions, which it had been proposed to call on several of the Southern States to assert their State Independence of the Confederate Government, which it was thought had Overridden and trampled upon State sovereignty. The letter is curious as showing to how great a degree, even under the extreme pressure of war, many of the Confederate leaders re malned merely political philo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 February 1885

VOL.1 XIV. PCES .C, HUSA_B.TAR The Mongol and the Maiden. Said the Greenaway girl at the stilo, Who has always an asmiablo smaie, To the ivory inin who was brought fror Japan (le was harpening a sword all tho whilo): "I can not understand why you frown I" "I'm desirous of I>utt Ilg you (own," Ie replied. "You're so now, and your froeb is so blue, " And your sisters are all over town I "I am ancient" (he stated his age), "A nd tun said to Exhibit a Stage; See the tint of my tiesh 1" "My complexion's more fresh," Anaworod she "and my mxnnors engage I" "1ini expensive" (ho mentioned his: prioe), "Whilo a dino. I suppose, woulti sufico To obtain one of you I You'll eXOUBO 1110 It's true 1" "Yes, I know," said the maid. "but I'm nicol' And I heard .them, and straightway decide, Till the Mongol abahdons his pride, And the naiden revores his position nd years, They shall stand on the shelf side by side. -lelen Gray Conc, In the Christmas St. Nicholas. ONLY h ERSELF TO BLAME. In the broa...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 February 1885

). F. IADI & CO., PROPRRTO1s. PICKGNS 0. II.-S. C.: THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1885 Ye Couitry Editor. A newspaper 1n1I11 is a tu(l'?r sort of ) fo1l6w. Ho romds uewepapro, writes oi almost any subject, sticks type, folds pa. pers makex up mail, is blamed for a thou aaid thmings he never thought of, works hard, helps peoolo into office who forget all About it aft:rward{, gots cht)ate(l out of hi3 (lartlinlgs, pus11 up everything i(1 everybody, yetl many people will not take hi4 paper, "%jt they will borrow and road it and CttuS tho m1aun who got it up --golly, who w.ul,d.t't )o a cauttry novapaper man.. We Will Not Gnash. Now: tho' Carol inn, Cumberland (fap and Chio.go R. ad 1as been dug up, but it (oes not seem1 to have henl olevated very far. "Encout)lr.tging rep orta" areCgiven, bult there are no tiguro4 or facts maildo visiblo to the unke.1 eye of the publi(e. We hopeo thi eutrrii.-4 "l1 h see'.full, however. About ih) t ime it r1oacheIO Bel - tou Gree:vile will b' pepard to gen...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 February 1885

'nr I A MD.A.L 1"TEltMS. i vou- gardens and plant "ing n, i now advertisemonta in this tt f I 'es SENTINEL. .ay m<rniug was spring-liko, iy morning was mid-winter \c oso local news, like the peo p ,b b , ounty, has quit coming to aan't find much of it anyway. da,.'tnce on the sale last Mon. t t.er Slim. Only a few tracta sold. rs are now buHy turning their n oft ditch banks, and pro to next crop. V. W. Duncan, of Wofford preach in the Method it tis place on next Sunday i1 o'clock. wlho, by mistake, Rent hi 1 sweethoart instead of a 1 Bull's Cough Syrup a bot o, wants to know the best - it suicide. ildron may be restored to ' :auty by the use of ton centta' blriner's Indian Vermlifuge. rour childreu be dragged to - w1r1is. rgan, whit'e, and Jack Can got into i diitlilty on last it cleaing ai plioco of land. Cannon inl tireo pltces with :I wounds aro not coliderel n Taylor, colored, who -Avasi o ;hout inl a rabbit hunt last N !in .ia ieho!l, alio colored, (an t vliolh 'as given lls...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 5 February 1885

A LETTER PROM (1N. LEE. Ro WHites to the Confederate Pre+ident, Favoring a Union with the Peaoe Party of the North. The following letter purporthgg to. have been written by Gen. Robert E. Leo to the Ion. Jefiorson Davis, and dated "IIcadquartes Army of Northern Virginia, June 10 1893," is published In the New York 'IIcrald of Suiday : "Mr. Presidcent: I beg leave to bring to your attention a subject with reference to which I have thought thflt the course pursued by writers and speakers among us has had a tendoncy to interfere with our success. I refer to the manner in which the demonstra tiot .of a desire for -peace at the North hOa been received in our country. "I think that there can be no doubt that journaltsis and others at the South, to whom the Northern people naturally look for a reflection of our opinions, have met these indications in such wise as to weaken the. hands of the advocates of a pacific policy on the partlof the Federal govermnint and give much encouragemnent. to...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 February 1885
Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 February 1885

H N8T NEL 11. 'P BRADL1Y, EDITOmR D. P. BRADLEY & CO., PRoPRIEToRI. PICKENB 0. HI.,S. C.: T'1VRDAT, PEBAUARY 26,18t 5. ihe Washington Monument, the most imposing, costly and appropriate monu ment ever erected to one man, was formally dedicated in Washington city on last Saturday. TheRev. Sam Jones, the great evangel ist, who it is said for twenty years, was the wiokedest man in Georgia, is con ducting a revival meeting in Charleston, the like of which the old city scarcely ever before tritnossed, and Eapparently much good is being done. Er-Governor Moses of this State, was recently sent to the house of correction in Massaousotta for a term of six months for swindling. Moss plend guilty and mde, it is said, an eloquent appeal in his own behalf, stating that his troubles had boon so greet as to impair hi: mind. Ex Judge Wright, a coal black negro, *ho was Associate Justice of the State Supreme Court during the days of Moses and Willard, died of consiiption in Charleston last week....

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 February 1885

Some of1tio sn )w that fell this daj two Wek>l tit{i 4till here. sleet: to4 rain fell on '.tuesal., ThE rain fr." ,t ; i. t ,8 it fell. "Th cid. bihabitant" says he nevei befre b'i nvl. wjner as this haE been. 'WU1shAtT>n -th day, the 22d, cam( on Sunday 11,i yie, and was celebrated on Moud. J. J. RbN' of Hurrioane township, this :out:y, it, ,oeca appointod Trial Justice, by Ii ;tovernor, vice J. A. MoKoe, wht 1 u sto qualify. Mr. 1'. .. 1 - r killed a mad dog under h:s, 'the morni' of the 15th ins! i of the feice Species, and bit s. Durir r t snow the wolves came ov eth Carolina to the south si i' Blue Ridge in this county. posed that hunger drovo tht Serge:t , vho shot at Guiteau, is living r . his Virginia farm with Bett : ,ahy. His tnuseun experieuc " aim nearly $25,000 in oish. A ftept ; , .angosays that "Mr. Olevoland a knife." We are autholize - eOa that it is not. the knife wit. tut of' Blaii'a hind legs. AEi(oi Inunion servicos will " be held i nt Pleastant church nea...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 February 1885

LATINGY 21oABINET. IE SILVER QUESTION CLEVItLAND'S 1'RESENT OBIEF TROUBLE. - - b 1Democrats Disgruntled Because of the In fluonces Surrounding the Incoming Pres tdent--Thurnan, Ad:ais and Abbott for I Places in the Cabinet. (Letter to the Philadelphia Press]. WASHINUTON, February 18.-It is t, announced that President-elect Cleve- il land has locked himself up to prepare n his inaugural message, and that vis itors having information or advice to e impart must submit their views in I writing. Democratic Senators and '1 lLepresentatives will await Mr. Cleve land's arrival here on the 1st of March I to continue the series of interviews 'I held in New York two weeks ago. Meantime the mails from Washingtou to Aiany will not be burdened with f many cotnttications to the Presi dent-elect. Democratic llepresenta- t tives frot the West and South are " considerably worried lest in his inaug c ural address Mr. Cleveland shall bike r a positio.l on the silver (uestioIVthat 8 will livide the part...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

J. 4 k 1 t ?3 t s f rGY {t{, iT 4 4"Y . ' I %'ys 1, + i'I*tir.' y r .1,. , ; .f i,I r. I i i\C tl y 4l t.. f p . " r1 ?'M i}r' + t {'c " IR' 4i f; "} v 'itil 0. + i ' 1 ' rl "i ' {;e'a +l 41 L h a Yti~ 1 igl A4'0 1 roqo am tlo hat is brfgh1t an widOe:Woce llo dead ~ '';re <tt L h w( s tgallst thl b 'o:bub overiead, o iclows ho rattlues by. )'} T t!llc tn"rod ictlt its ity@ track, i wd-glts eet {o whlitlo au I* niay look for 1is coming back, Tnwwthan l watt' till daly fot- tio ring (' ,; Otals'jlLtt": lt. ythitngi glist11n1ig ste1l: An4ndre<l in iy ::ny(P.t. m,!1y Sit, tttmtt sling O.yo 1 , w'or: i l hearu thet 'wh(wl. dho chetek .iund a troc>;ntg curl; A q ., -es l'in a little glnu., - --Jtuth Ia ll, in Outing. Ma TAT dLnENCURL. Perry Dayton nt in his stufly littlc t oflle,nlmcig over a hea p of lotter, 'tiatt mn.uin ttiu('s post had brougt for the cstablihaent of Me[tssi"s. Pal and Iaily. Ho camuie to ono uddresset in a dainty femniino hltand, and opene vit1wth a little m1...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

.en ha etrnd to e from the Newt We hope erW long 7 anno nug his liiresIdent as Oqn No man in the : ild make a more able 4 iaoaer,- andL his- ap ait only be poonliarly ; nme leite OonAtituents Sol6ng and satisfactorily ;but to .the whole people of . Wyatt Aikon U. S. Com of Agroulture, would Mound Antt Hampton. e are authorized by Senator tb, sniys the News and Courier, Ay: that owing to his recent illnes as b een unable to answer nu us letters teceived by hin, but "411 applications for publio offic e t to him have been filed in the per (lepartmnents7 Senator Hamp vill be glad if the newvspapers of {'tale will mention this for the *ation of those interested. t the recent meeting in Charles 1favor of the Cumberland Ga ofl, Hon. D. F. Bradley is rep niteil to have saidi: e wad saitisf1ed that the present of Pickens County was l00,0l li'and besides this Pickens County iys taised a surplus of corn. Its agniilcent Water powers, too, would dleveloped by the new road, and, ve all, communica...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

%t1qa to hn Ne ] ehpe *e' long 5nnni9ufIng his re et: as Com" t ;.' No man in the 4 a*4p a niore able pj?er,- and1 hit ap .n1y be poonliarly e|liato constituents lbng and satisfactorily ,ut to.the whole people of Wyott Aiken U. S. Com $ Agioulture, would sound enaor Hampton. are authorized by Senator n, says the News and Courier, >hat owing to his recent illnesK a been unable to answer nu 0 letbers teceived by him, but 1a. applieatih s for public office t to him have been filed in the departments. Senator Hamp " sv lbe glad if the newapapors of will mention this for the htion of those interested. r0,eaent meeting in Charles *>fayor of the Cumberland Gap ttl, Hon. D. F. Bradley is rep te1to have sail:. was satisled that the present of Pickens County was 100,0(H) and besides this Pickens County i taise(I a surphIs of corn. Its agniticent Water powers, too, would developed by the new 'ad, atd, dv all, communication with Char t0n would be established. 1thig is correct Pickens raie...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

* 1'it lri 7 C ,P 1 'j hnil Jord -{ie hit a H ' \- h i aiof o r ofmioe seek - ,,. an tt able sermon att Ra n;fi ic" :rt 8 morning. i'tdll preaohed a good Roui!"aemf on last Bunday Tht, Will be a good fruit 1-lie ffluit has not been t''' ) '" 'ofier eays that Mfrs. n >1 ~ the wrould-bo rival of f ;' paraud. etate that Mrs. y. B. plaoe ha been quite ne. We hope she may !+ ;:, r to health. wen has been prostrated ' he aro glad to learn that a roved and will soon be a violin played among 11l stnte them to ame - o who has attended a ball ,\ iaot. love lifel---Thon do not ble time,--for that is the ni of --but procure at one Bull's Cough Syrup for ud be cured. Your dlrug. umber of wagons pairnthg loaded with guano, we veople are preparing for -rop. Cotton i good hti ,for the guano 'o make the money on it. t of the Logislature at its there will be no a ss rty during the present t men always remin us nhjs41t to die," says inn -ver ogh yournelf awr y * ~ n thatis, fwonty-hevguanos ' Dr. B...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

hu~~t JoAMie .~. 4 t m n a she on3 le Sunday 46t, will be a good. frui 'i ' y he fruit has not bees Tt--K r sas that Mrs. S n the ''ould-be rival o Sfrand.~ "'' State that Mrs. 3.13. place haa been qite lilte. We hope she may to health. wen has been prostratedi S t.' e arglad to learn thas -rroved and waill soon be t:, a violin played among - will stat them to dfne - e who ha attended a ball * ; fact. love life--Thvu do not 4 - ble time,-for that is the e of---but procure at once Bull's Cough Syrup for * 'uid be cared. Your drug. a mber of wagons pasasina l oaded with guano, we aeople are preparing for frop. Cotton is a good St, that is, for the guano to make the money on it. bt of the Legislature at its there will be no aess rty during the present -at men always remind us b,hject to die," sase an over oogh yourelf aw i 3nu raise twenty-five ce ns Dr. Bull's Cough Syrnij enville man h'lq taken the Univer3ity of Mary Dr. Norwood, whose tr'. 3uu4hed the other day, J. thi- oity took th...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 26 March 1885

"i .bdt tor sb le ; At. It to * )tramped i; whole shat which 4 i a'Wooden o, as Francis .oa, take your n.ud -h[e a trench, s, qrl~ td then with ji ted dirt on top r 11e t}rc Ensilage Con a said: "I am now :lhree.3eJir ago with ns of corn-fodder. Its a agood itit possibly can ?18imply an.earth silo made7 g '+a pens .of .less than .twenty 1 !aniid coveid with the earth i'on bt of It: 1'he' talk about iig silos has"putAW system back olt years." Here are 300 tons of '18j?e that has kept three years in a lch cost. less than 7 tents per St,ttg;nakd. Cotild . anythlnw be %oheaper o norQ eftective? v7. A. ratt, of-Ekilflinoe, made the fol low ng reportalast year. "This is my ,fourth yearfrom ny ground silo. Any one who ca'okcavate and dig a hole i hd.tho ditlt "_ or 6 feet deep, fill it e'Wth cut feed and cover it with a foot Ao ca'tli, wAll get as good ensilage ftou it at though he spent $1,000 to lguild,ono, -ud less troubles taking it but 'feed and ho more loss. I have seot great many si...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 April 1885

VSA VOL. XIV. PICKENS, S. C., THURSDAY. APRIL 9 i iliin ( Poet. ,n flo -lcling hrI. t fint f,tiln on <owny wing ?'outl tt ,; Wit I' to.-herlu4lls to sotr an1l singI ]Ol'oun ini ks, cm whomt the4 no (4iloor" oo'r has I'o lock yotu In, "till i1lent and all lnnitedl" 1'heso I)ootia Onil irreeat In other 'lays, It1 Wilting no%w, 'VIb141 havo to innl' thiIr Thy thought t1o inuch, aind, on I hr ' hinking lIwnt, Withli'i trole couplets verc Content. lIut wo' 4 1ll4 who rnsh l\" nm- ren:nts 'he inv: Nurc of a (.oltl.=tith or it ICentsl OIne for n, anide only on', could tervc 1inm wo(rPe --- Let no 1(IVe poet viit e410 on blank verse. I f yo0 orinitlit yi;is::u;c,it:; lo sure that Ari'ter' hus: woniul cl"spI')' It. Keel) 0% the grnss! Ittcn:a1~n-r In or old walt? Ilc insipnhlienit , a1ui1<l1h11 his I.n1i1 IIecc.n " tsophListlIc tc". an4l nt41 r -rc"c 1 Amsrht , t en otion y)u nr.v o4ba,nc"c' to feel; Tis i"x" ert!h'e "e4r14 'ti i 44n st ill-b'I:l. .%On)V c "..s 44o Ii'.nu th hearl, hul...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 April 1885

Y & 00., PROPRETORS. PIOKENS 0. H.,S. C.: s a barber in Spartanburg who bdi est iudy of Latin with soap and The bur Senators from South Car olina and Arkansas have only five 1e1s under them. It was reported that the Piedmont Fair Grnunds and buildings were to be sold under a mechanics lien, but at a recent meeting of the Association theMatter was satisfactorily arranged. Colleton county is not satisfied with .96 stock law. A seeting of the Oitisens was held last Monday to ex pets their disapproval. Edgefiold is to have a primary elec tion to recommend some one to the office of Clerk to fill the vacancy caused by the death of General Nich olson. The Small Urain Crops. The continued and unprecedented cold weather in February and March has done injury to the small grain, fron which it cannot recover. Tak ing the latest rvports as basis, not nore than two-thirds of an averai.ge crop will be realized. The injury from the cold has been general thro out the State. The deficiener in the...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 April 1885

h P Tdtesday. w ;WA t 1t I'ih$e bu e .. 1 -1ot no w ive as for some years previd 4. An ezhanlr - 'an's average lif( in 8 years." $ , Ii Cough Syru1; will always i. The free "h' i~ Chester county y'y 'ill be open h ti' ' mnonths in tlus year. 4 Mr. Eli T'h. of [ dngton county it 78 years old, : d: c ttin8 three new jaw teeth. In Clarer. the farno- ar planting mc , uHlual. Uncle Ca? co of the paceO in Georgia, no' - plug of tobawco for nurryix Young no on this side of iI'' ill take notice and govern the),; ."rdingly. The for(..;., - 1ra appoiuticl, ao far, are ovCe .v e i of ago. We.retlr , , -ti , IAoll,.. E. B3oggH for the al:. t factory manner in which he e , i,e editoriail depart ment of T.. r during our visit to the Wo. .:ition at New Or leans. Neither !, tlt can have a rosy, bright cc : vhen *ern exist. Hhriner'a ifuge will remove the worm ; the system. Horees m;red of h1eeavels by + witholdir a thollm and giving green foc -It iS. loni (1oveland con tinues h1 :etirig early, Io g...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pickens sentinel. — 9 April 1885

(i,Z0S W1R THE 1ON81DZB ofttnoen"' )'PRGEtyi V k44lfZnR. .*rk Should be' Done During the ', 9tt of Aprl---Valpable 8uggestlons fn Igb Authoriit V.L. Jonea in t outhern Cultirator.] With the stoppnge of winter rains and increasing heat of the sun, the - "cegulation of heat and moisture de mands much thought and constant at tention, What can be done to help the sun warm up the soil, that seeds may germinate readily and young plants grow off healthy and strolg. WO must bear in rnind that as the beating is done by the sun, it must bdgin at the surface and go udownlward. In ia general way, sotething may be done by 'endering" the soil as dark as possible by the presence of humluii. I)ark bodies absorb heat more readily t.han white or light colored(. A rieli dark miou1(1 will absor heat more rap idly than white sand. As h11! be 'omes old and worn, it becomeos light er colored, and, by So mutcht coI hler, in the spring. Sow it inl grain). rest it and till it with hunus, and it.s iIrker colo...

Publication Title: Pickens Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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