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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

'111 A. JL. ß v X A. A. A. yÄ a. :v a:vr ! ; VOL. XXVIII. NO 29. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, JULY '21, 1880. WHOLE NO. 1538. ' ' ... . ' v (I . r HANCOCK AND ENGLISH Officially Notified Yesterday of Their i Nomination at Cincinnati As e 3:an?ard Bearers of the Demo er a. lie Party in 1830. I Bot ßmllfiiifn Aecpt tbm Konalnatlem i in Graceful Speeches. The fetters of Notification Sent to General pianooctc and If oo.' VT, II. Engliih. Nev YORK., Jnly 13. The- Committee appoint by tne Cincinnati Convention to Informix candidate of their nomination, held meimt in the New Vor Hotel Rt o'clock this morning. Ex senator Joba P. Stockton, ot Ntw Jene? was 10 thH Chttr. A sua Com-xriitt-f, composed of Messrs. Stkton, John W. Diuleis.of Virginia; Oeneral D. M. Iwbow, fGeiigta; ei Governor Saulsbury, of Delaware' Uv M. Hp?e-r, of Pennsylvania; George IIoay. o' Ohio andAn?ustns Nchoenmaker, of New York, reported the araf U of letters to Gene-al Hancock and Mr. English, whicn wereiidopted nd,s1gned ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

2 WEDNESDAY. JULY 21. Gaktixld ij guilty, while Porter la only iiy. "If we only had Straight," said a Republican, "we could win, but with Porter failure ia certain." W challenge the Garfield organs to publish the decision of the Cook County (Ulinois) Court upon the De Golyer swindle. Theki la a amall crop of Southern outrages and bulldozing being gathered by the Radical press. It is early yet, and like all forced fruit, has not the desired flavor and snap. Ir Pokte can not make any better speeches than he made last night, Frank Lenders will have him bottled up inside of thirty days. Poor Porter! You had better withdraw and let Streicht bare the race. I APPiiL to you, fellow-citizens, whether at any Um wttan thirty years has Interest been bo cheap. What is the reason for ll?-Porter a Speech. Here in Indiana cheap Interest is owing to an act passed by a Democratic Legislature, as everybody knows. Fkask Lasders can run down to his farm and stay twenty-four hours any time and have more ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, JULY 21 180. 3 SEVERANCE. PAUL jEf.'HATITE. Ah ! who can tell how strong tha tie Which subtly binds ns heart to heart; Til the dark Master, Death, comes nigh, To wrench, oar kindred Htm apart? Iben, pondering nn the somber bed Where one we chrrUhed client lies. Vilh pulseless baud, ow mitten bead. And the wan droop of carta '.ne-1 eye TQiatorpor of the death-sleep old, Tl.e mystic quiet awml spell, Vhose fatbotniefw Ueno seems to bold Much patho of supreme farewell Cur clouded spirits throb and reel. As If some viewless power In air Had driven a keen ethereal steel Thro' quivering heart-depths of despair? faded is the dream of heavenly grace. The jasper aea. the unwanlng calms; "V cm n bat mark that breathleas face. Those algtultssorbs and folded palms? A. woment since, she softly spaks; Her sonl looked forth, still bale and clear; Sow who her wondrous sleep can break? i And she: where hath she vanished where? lh. Cbrit! yon shape of ice-locked...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

031 .it TAih .YAQa2;-:a:rv7 ..vwr:w a tat, j..uia r-nrv THE INDIANiSj STATE 1880.- GABFIELD'S "ILE" SPC. Tte Departed Hopes of Luckless Speculators Embalmed in Pe- . - -7 trolewa, Who Wasted Their Substance on Gaifield'i ...Indorsement of a Huge Oil Scheme. Complete History of the Birth, Growth, ami ' Death of the Venango and Vir, , , , ' ' . ' ginia Oil Company. . ', ä "Chicago Times, July IT. The facts of Garfield's operations in oil more -than bear oat the crude statement presented, ytateiday. -in. all important details, though the error was made in the original recital of the locating the territory La Ohio Instead of Pennsylvania and West Virginia, a trivial mistake which hat been magnified into one of great importance. For several daya t Times emissary has ' been on the trail of Rev. Jonathan C. Stonhgton, of Aurora, who was supposed to know all about the wrong deal, -but that gentlemen could not be run dorn until yesterday. . 'I was reminded," the reverend gentleman began, by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

77 O T r WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1880. WEDNESDAY, JULY Ul. i . , -. FOR PRESIDENT, . y " , ' ; WIN Fl ELD SCOTT HANCOCK, OF PEKH8YLVAHIA. ' -: rOR VICE PRESIDENT, WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, ...:. - or INDIANA. STATE TICKET. For Governor FBANRLIN LANDERS, Marlon County, For Lieutenant Governor ISAAC P. GRAY, Randolph County For Secretary of State JOHN G. 8HANKLIN, Vanderburg County For Auditor of State MAULON D. MANSON, Montgomery County. For Treasurer 6f State WILUAU FLEMING, Allen County. For Attorney Generai THOMAS W. WOOLLEN, Johnson County. For Clerk of the Supreme Court GAE KIEL SCHMÜCK, Perry County. For Reporter of the Supreme Court AUGUSTUS N. MARTIN, Wella County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction ALEXANDER C, GOODWIN, Clark County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Third Dis-trlct-JOHN T. SCOTT, Vigo County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Fifth District J. A. S. MITCHELL, Elkhart County. THE CAMPAIGN SENTINEL. We call attention to the exceedingly cheap rates of the campaign Weekl...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

THE ESTDIAXA STATE SENTINEL. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1880 THE HOME. It is act doubted that men hee a home 1 tfct flaos her each on has establUhed hia üoartu od La mm of hia possessions and fortan; whetics h will not depart, If nothing call bim away; whence If bo baa departed ha Min tob wandorar, and if b rata re b ceases to wander Definition from CWU Uw. "Tben stay at borne, my heart, and reat The bird is safest in iU neet; O'er all tbat flatter their wingi and flj A hawk U hovering in the sky; To stay at borne is beet." Longfellow. 7IEADIXG FOR LirTLE FOLKS. G fand pa's llarn. Oh, a Jolly old place 1 grandpa's barn. Wfcere the doors stand opeu tarougnout tbe dy. And the ctolng loves fly in and out. And the air is sweet with, the fragrant hay. Where the grain lies over the slippery floor. And the hens ae busily looklug aroumi. And t.e Bunbeams flicker, now here, now there. And the breeze blows through with, a merry oand. Tbe swallows twitter and chirp all day. With fluttering wings, in ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTTNEI "WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 1880. 7 rornrn. 1 beard a mother plaining Tolce, "Where 1 my darling iou? My Charley had two pearly vara, 2ut you Lave only one. 'My Charier bait upon each hand A thumb and fingen four. Bat you have only four In all, A nd they are blackened o'er. "My Charley had a jTr of eyes. Bat one have yoa, strange lad; And Charley had a pretty;nose, I'm sure you never had. . "My boy had brows a bot 9 his eye And hair upon hi bead: Ymr face Is black aa any hat, Hla face waa white and red. "My Charley ' clothes were new and clean, All rags and dirt are yours; From bead to foot yon seem to be A regiment of sores!' Tben shrilly cried that wrecked boy Don t know me, ma? I say. I V naa wie dosscal. ouuint nine Of all my Ule to-day." 1 She stoops her down in agony; Though sorely she's bereit. She bits a mother's yearning still. And clings to what Is left. Boston Transcript. THE FARM. The flarut aliud Dog May Do. Manchester (N. II.) Unlon.l The average fa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 21 July 1880

8 . THE IXD1ANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY JULY 21, 18S0 liEJlOliSE AND SUICIDE. Th9 Tib jic Death of an Indiana farmer. Two Attempt of hi Daughter at Self- ' Destruction., Special to the Cincinnati Commercial;! VEB8.iiLLE3.lDd., July 1G This County. TThlch baa lately been the scene of so many casualties, baa now added a horror which is unprecedented in its history. At Tanglevood, a little hamlst some two miles southeastof this place, a man ot forty, Jarnea Jackeon, wbo lived with the raspect and esteem of all his neighbors, committed suicide Uiis morning about 1 o'clock, by takicg a doee of strychnine. " The case is one of the most revulticg which your correspondent, who was near tha place and obtained all the particulars, has ever known. Jjckson has been twice married, and ves the father of four children. His lifet wife became insane and was sent to the aeylcoo, where she soon afterward died. About this time, according to the story of his pinmour, he commenced a life of Bhama with ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

vol. xxvnr. no 32. ENTDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1880-W1TH SUPPLEMENT. WHOLE NO. 154L w M n i a 1 X I II I r LIGHT AT LAST. The Beielations 3Iade by General John McDonald. Trn9 Story of tie Governnwnt Keyenaa Frauds. Gonclnsive Proof of BabcicVs Connection With the Eobbery-Tta Whita Eosse Encircled by How Grant iSosgut a $3,000 Outfit Thieo floÜarg The Conspirators Secre: Interviews With Bibcock and tha President. fcr Story of '.Sylph" A Sl.OOO Box Cigar Origin, Incidents and End of the King. of General John McDonald, of St. Louis, as 't is well-known, has a book in preparation WiER the secrets of the Governmentrevenut and?. We give this morniDg extracts from .e book as published iu the St. Louis Tost'sp&tch of last Saturday. Tfce book will ontain ever COO pag : EO'-V THE EINO 8TAETED. According to General McDonald's account, the fimt proportion to organize a ring as nadeinlSi Ciec:or Ford h. first refusal, nd a consummation of the cbeme waster ne time beini: prev...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

fPTTT?. TKmTAXTA CT A 'PW ßT7."J'PI VTTT. WPTiXrcCn A tr ATTOTTnm i n inrr WEDNESDAY. AUGUST IL Hascock's letter don't suit the Republican party. It harts. Let it hurt. Porter's meeting at Bioomlngton was a flat failure. The procession contained just 113 voters. Oar correspondent sayi the Republicans thereabouts iook discouraged." Frask Lahdibs had a magnificent ovation at Columbus, yesterday. From every section of the State the boom for Hancock and English, and Landers and Gray is unprecedented. Porter is doomed to defeat. Hok. 8. S. Cox, in a recent speech, said: It is eald that the Congressmen who were on Oiiea Ames' memorandum had good in tentions. Hell is pared with them and De Golyer had the contract." Thk Journal and the Republican ex-management of the Bute Benevolent Institutions have ceased kicking against President John Fishbeck's figures. The $70,000 saved by the new Democratic management is very like a thorn in the Republican flesh. "Who can tell us about the prospects I...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL; WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1880. V 1 "IliLLOOt.K&TE !," Capture of the Benders How the Old Man Swears la German. ichlcago Times Special. , aha. Neb.. August 1. Sheriff Greg, of t Coacty, a ho arretted old Bender end who are now in Jbremont J an, was in .aa to day. hunting up the trail of young ner and wife, who were seen wltb team wagon In company with old Bender and V?. who were on foot, near Schuyler, and I- parted near ttere. Shortly before DaoLoodoD informed Gregg of their suspli inquiries about the Bender family of ;aa. Mr. uregg ras since iearnea mat ouDg cod pie crossed the river at Omaha the wagon and team and went Into , no doubt en route to the place of meet agreed upon between them and the old A. rney oaa a team oi one gray auu one horse, aod a colored wagon. The people ( the jail have been heard talking of the Vnjc couple. One said: "How do you ? the ethers wilt be caught!" "No, I will fool them. They are gone 8outh, will go on the wron...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

T 7 ' 1 I 1 t 4' THE INDLÖTA STATE SENTDsELV WEDNESDAY, AUGUS V llf 18P0- WITH SUPPLEMENT. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11. FOR PRESIDENT, WINFIELD SCOTT HANCOCK, Or PKXN6YLVA-SIA. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WILLIAM H. ENGLISH, Of XKDtAKA. STATE TICKET. ,'or Governor FRANKLIN LANDERS, Marion County. For Lieutenant Governor ISAAC P. GRAY, Randolph County For Secretary of Btate JOHN G. SHAN KLIN. Vanderburg County For Auditor of State MAIILON D. MANSON, Montgomery Coanty. For Treasurer of Bülte WILLIAM FLEMING, Allen Coanty. For Attorney General THOMAS W. WOOLLEN , Johnson County. For Clerk of the Supreme court GABRIEL SCHMUCK, Perry County. For Reporter of the rip re me Court AUGUSTUS N. MARTIN, Wells County. For Superintendent of Public Instruction ALEXANDER C. GOODWIN, Clark County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Third District - JOHN T. BOOTT, Vigo County. For Judge of the Supreme Court Fifta District J. A. S. MITCHELL, Elkhart County. The New York Tribune is mistaken in eaying that "the fraud busi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

5 DEMOCRACY "OX. THOMAS BACI3 EI5F0TT. Hall, mighty chlel ! a proud.Natlon's devotion. We freemen will crown thee wltn civil pro. motion. Jfo partisan voter thy honor shall Btain No partisan place-man pollute thy fair name ; But the true bods of t til, the God-fearing people. Shall lift thee and raise thee over liberty's ateeple, And place you with ballots in a true man' lost station The father, the friend and the guide of this Nation. We pledge yoa to-day, let each foemamn remember, We're with you each hour from now till November. Tuen, Democracy, onward! Hancock for ita guide; Democracy onwardjjtrue manhood's it pride. Democracy, onward aod forward until. Aye, forward, there' a way there 'a a will. The will it la with yon, true sons of the soil. From duty the true man ne4er yet did recoil. Theu. onward, press forward, ne'er falter till there; You have placed yoor brave Hancock la Tilden's lost chair. Madison, Ind.. 1830. CONCEliNIXO WOMEN. In rarU about fifty French women are stud...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

6 THE STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY AUGUST 11, 1880- SANDY C0)IE TO JUDGI1ENT. An "UnpleaaaBt Baye-atiou" Ooncaroing General B. S. Foster, of Indianapolis. An Old Letter Turns Up to Confront Ulm, Demonstrating the Yalue of m Goexl Memory v heu Mm IS hoot. Off III Mouth. General Foster, of Indianapolis, should retuember when he writes letters and what he pat a into them. Ink does not fade oat very readily, and old letters have an everlasting way of existing and turning up, too, at all sorts of seasons. The Boston Post has recently come into possession of some ot General Foster's correspondence, which forces the conclusion that his late talk about General Hancock:, and especially General Plaisted, now a candidate for Governor of Maine, was made el in ply for political effect. He should, cultivate his memory, however, so that what he says this year should not seriomly conflict with something that he taid a few years ago. The Boston Poet says: A paragraph reflecting upon the honor and brave...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11, 1880. 7 THE LITTLE ONES. Whet) t&e lesson And tax are all ended. And the school for the day la dismissed, And the little one gather round me To bid me'Hiood-n.ght" and be kissed. Ob, the little white arms that encircle My neck Ina tender embrace ! Ob, the smiles tbat are halos of Heaven Shedding sunshine and love on my face. They are Idols of hearts and of households, They are angels of God In dUsaise III sunlight Milt sleeps In their tresses, His glo.y still beua In their eye; Oh, those traanU from earth and from Heaven, They bave made me more manly and mild. And x k now now bow Jesu could llitn The Kingdom of Uod to acnhd. The twig is so easily bended, I have banished the role and the rod; I have taught them the goodness of knowledge; Tbey bave taught me the goodness of Uod. My heart is a dungeon of darkness Where I shot them from breaking a rule, My frown Is sufficient correction, Sly love Is the law of the school. I s...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

THE INDIANA ÖTATÜ SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 18S0- 8 LANDERS IN SOIHHERN INDIANA. Ti3 Democratio Candidate Hays Mr. Forter at Seymour and Hardinaburgh. " 1 . ." i Dorm. J. D. Mew and Jason B. Brown Aiding in th Good f nrk. " . EEVKorR, Ind., August 7. Qe cau, he saw, te conquered, caa well be ritten of Hon. Franklin Landers and hl9 triumphal toar through Jackson County. The meeting at Seymour on Friday night was a flaUerinz demonstration of the Democracy and a da served" compliment to the popularity of their candidate for Governor. The Democrats of' Seymour aad Jackson County know cow to do things, and inasmuch es the real intelligence of the city is largely Democratic, the orgacizuioa and management of this meeting was eminently rnccesefal. Among the best Democratic worker; of the State are thosa of Seymour. A grand torchlight pr?ces3ioa, nearly a mile la length, headed by the Seymour Cornet Dana, paraded through the principal streets and thoroughfares of Che city Icrini the e...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY. AUGUST 11 1H80 SUPPLEMENT- 1 and not 11 -ten for one moment to any arrnment that may b brought op In regard to the accumulation or gold by law, or 1U banishment fionv tne country by Having a cheaper money. Kvery Government baa a cheaper money, or have paper money; but the balanoe of trade la alwas payable 1 coin, and It always goes last where It beloDg". The man who does not know that ought to be studying financial af fairs. A lew isons ou that point would not M-t him back: any. A knowledge of the law doea not neceharllv give hlni a Knowledge of butne matters embraced la the Jaw of trade and commerce. If he will atndy that be will understand the financial rale I have Just referred to. BF.rrBLicAir ijtorts to pbevisi the circcLATIOff Or 6ILVER Tb- Republicans now claim that they have brouali ; the llver dollar from Its biding place. I have trld to show yon bow they retired It to it billing place, aiid I now propose to show yon how tuev are endea...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 11 August 1880

THKIKDIAKA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 11, 18S0-SUPPIJ3MENT. LANDERS. Tie Democratic Candidate for Governor ArraigBg Mr. Porter and Flays Him Alive. Federal Supervisors at the Foils North and South Denounced. Masterly nndIlBff of Iii leading Poll Ural Imim of tb Dax, The 8pch of Hon. Franklin Landers, Delivered at Seymour, Ind., August 6, I88O. The following masterly argument tu made at Seymour, Ind., Augast 0, 1880, by Hon. Franklin Landers, Democratic candidate for Governor: Mb Presidätst, Laddm aid Gentlemen According to oar form i t govern" er.t every four years the people have a right by ba lot to cbar.g- tue admin'stration or tbe Federal Government. Tbe existence of political parties appear to be a necessity under our form of government, SDd It Is desirable that great thong ut should be given to questions last immediately Interest ibe people at lance. Measures In their Interest mast be devised, and those wboaevlse tbem and flrt agitate them are Dot in tbe trae sense of t...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1880

III VOL. XXVni. NO 33. INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1880-W1TH SUPPLEMEN T. WHOLE NO. 1542; HENDRICKS. Giv. rncr Hendricks' Brilliant Opening of tha Cimpiign at Marlon Yesterday. Garfield's lice Italian Hand in the Re tnrnirg Eaird Bascality of 1876. Lieutenant Governor Gray Open Out Ilia flatteries Ten Thousand People in Attendance. Mawiom, Ind., August 12. This has beenja gaia day for trie Democracy of Graut County. Fully 10,WJ persons, aud an uuusiully large percentage of them voters, assembled in our little city, and wer addressed by that grand old Roman, Hon. Thorn A. Hendricas, oar rightful Vice President, who-w wrongs wil be amply avenged by an outraged nod indignant people ttii fall, and lion. 1. 1. Gray, oar present and next Lieutenant Governor, tbau whom no mac stands nearer tbe heuts of tbe Democracy of Grant County. At an early hour the crowd began pouring in from everv direction in wagons, on horseback and on foot, and before 10 o'clock tho niultttudej!id attained...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 18 August 1880

THE INDIANA STATE SENTINEL, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1880- 2 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13. Atter 11 the f u. the Bin lew are still at Urge. Thi rorter Doom, if there ever wu one, is gradually "petering out." Porter was Dot a pood bav. He is charged with a sad want of Teneration for his poor old father. J. 8TA5T0 Pcelle wu a clerk in the Quartermaster's Department during the war. 'Vote the way yon shot." It is a fact worthy or notice that the SL Louis Globe-Democrat never alludes to J ohn McDonald's forthcoming whisky ring history. It is fanny. It is now ginerally believed that the Democrats will carry Ohio. Garfield and Arthur are not popular with the hone3t Republicans in the Backeye State. The most encouraging reports come from Pennsylvania, Garfield and Arthur are resting under such loads of odium that honest Republicans will not vote for them. A painful rumor is afljat in the streets. It was rumored last night that a prominent Indiana Greenbacker had recently been paid $1,000 by the Republ...

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