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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 July 1884

i . A. 2 i HENDRICKS. HE DELIVERS A M03T EETT.T.TAST SPEECH THE FIRST GU3T OF THE CAMPAIGN. A Conservative and Statesman- like lillbrt Capturing tlio PoiuIar Ear. He Arraigns the Corruptions of the Party In Power and Names the Remedy. KcIioch of the Old Ticket-Political Points from Various Places and Sections. Inwanapolis July 12. Ex-Senator Hendricks arrived early this morning and wa3 received with a sa- lute lie remained at his residence durtai? the morning where he was the recipient of many congratulations from his friends and neighbors. A large number of congratulatory tele grams were also received. Mr. Hen- dricks declines to answer positive- ly whether he will accept or decline the nomination saying it would not be proper for him to discuss the matter until he is for- mally notified. It is the general im- pression here that he will accept. A ratification meeting will be held this evening at which Hendricks is ex- pected to make a speech. Indianapolis July 12. At a large- ly at...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 17 July 1884

SPORTING. HEGATTA YESTERDAY'S EVENTS . nr spofiTDJG oieoles wrnrESS-; ED BY 30000 PEOPLE. Teenier of McKeesport; Oau- t dau of St. Louis and Ilamm Entered. . Teenier Shows I Hh Poweis-One of the Finest Contests in American Waters. Trottinsr At Chicatro in "Which . Smuggler's Time at Hart- ford is Beaten. Meadville July 15. The nreliininarv heats In the Onnaut lau a rPorat.tA were witnessed bv fully 30.000 people.. . The weather was all that could be desired; but a slight breeze made the water rough the lace tor single sculls was finished at iurk t.h first heat was s'.irnalled by the Btarter at 5 p. m. There were sixteen nt.rieH-' The first heat was won by McKay in 21 minutes 47 seconds; A. Ilamm second in 21 minutes 50 seconds. The water was. quite rough at this time and the breeze increased for some timA The second heat followed quickly ni was won bv Teemer and uau inr. the others beinff so far behind as to make no effort to win and there- hv secure a position m trie iinai ' The th...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

SE AUSTIN WEEKLY STATESMAN. fMaddosBros.S Anderson r jlui DialHiHlgjiisriliifflb:' AUSTIN TEXAS. Bay and Sell Land CertiQcates. Examine and Perfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands Bought and and Sold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Kedeemed. jnlments Made. Prompt attention to all business in General Land ollice and other State De partments. Correspondence Solicited The Most BriM. Pnre and Perfect IV USE. THEY ABB TRANSPARENT AND COLORLESS. as Unlit itself and for softness and endurance tn the eye. Cannot be excelled .enabling tne wrarcr 10 read lor Hours wmiout laligue. In lacl mey PERFECT 8IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the lealinn nhvalMnnn in tvym TL".'L." Dim-Knit men 01 note in an proiessions and a uuiereni uniiK-nes ol inule bankers me- chanics etc. can be given who have bad their Buciit improved Dy ineir use. All of my spectacles are stamped on frame: A. A. 11A VT ICn. UIAWKEB' PATEN r EXTENSION SPRINQ Eye-Glass Is the finest tn the world Recommended by...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

Announcements. For Congress. TBE STATESMAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO announce Major Jos. I). Sayers as a candidate lorConitress from the loth congressW.ual dis- trict subject to the a tion of the democratic eonv ntiouat New Braunfels August nth For Htate Meaator. VK ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. p. FWher. of Williamson county as a can didate for state senator from the i!4th senator- ial d Istrlct subject to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WE ARE AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE Geo. W. Glasscock as a candidate for State ftenator rrom the 24th senatorial district com- posed of Travis Williamson and Burnet coun- ties. Fiil.lX E. SMITH ATTHORIZES THE Stat kwm an te announce him as a candidate for Die Nineteenth legislature of Texas. For District Attorney. I HEREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A caT'dlrinte for the office of District Attorney of trc28.h Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson (now the 16th district) subject I o the action of a demo crat ic convention. J...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

r i CAMPAIGN. CHAIRMAN OP THE NATIONAL BE- ' PUBLICAN COMMITTEE AP- PEALS EOK CONTRIBUTIONS Progress of the Independent Republican Movement From Boston as a Centre. my sincere thanks for your kind letter . of congratulation. 1 regret that 1 can i make but this informal acknowledge ment just now. I can question the right of no man or body as to whom they shall elect but will say l am heartilv c-rateful to have found new friends in vour beautiful city. With best wishes believe me to be Very iruly yours (Signed) J as. G. Blaine. FROM COLORADO. Fine Itaiu Oat West Stock and Cattle Shipments Live Panther Caught. Colorado. July 16. Last night he has lived ever 6ince. In his 80th year he professed religion and joined the ISaptist church at Elgin ills companion is 81. and here to-day. There are seven children living the this place was visited by a fine rain I youngest 45 years old. The deceased IJutler to Head the Greenback r Anti-Monopolist and Labor Party. Prominent Republicans Boltinj Bl...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

THE ; STATESMAN.! A Cloudy Affair. AUSTIN. TEXAS. Let us nominate Kos3. And still fcfrim cholera goes on. Sunstroke Texas. is a new disea.se in It is getting atong the line. warm politically all re- Tiie great demand of the present age vaccination. Will the entire state ticket be nominated? Will it? Two sun strokes in San Antonio in one day. Dreadful place. The whole of southern Europe seema to be panic stricken. ' If nominated lloss will be elected It is doubtful if Ireland can be. Gov. Blkgess is man in the canvass float. the most active l'he iirm must AMicAitr.K relations seem to be one emore established between Chili and Peru. - Theiie is a world of possibilities now standing wide open in the polit ical iields. The valued correspondent ot. Tun Statesman at Taylor sends another good item. ' There is a very pronounced auti Ireland feeling among the democracy of Grimes county. vMiiri.sfi:Y vaccination is John Ireland's strong card and hf plays it lor all that Is out. ' The Sunday e...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

nnnflfininmmirnO complimentary to ovnor Ire- UlIIUIIIwUlwlitaiiwi judgment of men. . Jie has niaue goouu nyiu.i.uiu. Honorary commissioners were ap- j AND HONORARY ! pointed not onlv to make an exhibit be work at home but also to show at i THE DISTRICT C0MMISSI01JERS OF TEXAS MEET AT THE CAFITOL. Allrcsses by Governor Ireland "and Commissioner KHiott "Vliat Was Done. The convention of district and hon- orary exposition commissioners met at the representative hall yesterday oibmj vxunmissioner Elliott made a lengthy speech giving an account of his work and the progress towards enlisting the people in it. He paid a high compliment to the citizens of Galveston for their liberality in pro viding a ouiiuing for Texas and to Sanger Bros. of Dallas who have agreed to furnish it. He indicated the reasons that induced the plans of furnishing the county societies and closed with complimentary allusions tu governor ireianu. GOVERNOR IRELAND. The governor made a short speech advising the commis...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

Announcements. For Co n grew. THE STATESMAN IS AUTHORIZED TO nnmiiini MiinrJm. I). Haven as a candidal far Cohere from the mu contosloiial di- trict. subject to the action ol the democratic convention at Now Braunfels AuKOnt Hiu. For tte Meaator. WR ARK AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. H. Fisher ot Williamson county as a can- didate for state senator from the tMth senator- ial district subject to the action ol a democratic lioniuuttmg convention. Positive and Negative. WR A HR AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNC - Jeo. VV. GlasRcock as a candidate for state Kenator from the 24th senatorial district com- posed of Travis Williamson and Burnet coun- ties. FELIX E. 8MITII ATTHORIZES THE Statesman to announce him as a candidate for the Nineteenth legislature of Texas. "or District Attorney. I HKKKRY ANNOUNCE MY8EJ.F AS A oniiiot for thA nfflce of District Attorney. of the 26ih Judicial district composed of the counties of Travis and Williamson (now the 16th district) subjectlo the action 01 a aemo cratlc con...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

BLAINE'S LETTER rOEMAL ACCEPTANCE OF THE EE . PUBLICAN CANDIDATE EOS THE PRESIDENCY. He Gives Ills Views on the Great Question of the Tariff. Anneals to History and Kakes t &n a Lot of Musty. Statistics. Delivers a Lecture to the South and Preaches the Usual Free Ballot Sermon. Augusta. Me.. July 18. The Hon John 15. Henderson and others of the committee etc.: Gentlemen In ac cepting the nomination for the presi dency tendered me by the republican convention I beg to express a deep serine of the honor which is conterred. and cf the duty which is imposed. I venture to accompany the accept ance with some observations upon questions involved in the contest whose settlement may eltect the iu- tureof the nation favorably or un favorably for a long service of years in enumerating tne issues upon which . the republican party appeals for popular support the convention has been singularly explicit and felic- itous. It has properly given the lead- ing position to the INDUSTRIAL INTERESTS ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 24 July 1884

A. 0. U. W. IIFTH ANHUAL SESSION OF GEA5D LODGE OF TEXAS. THE First Day's Session Grand Of- fleers and Representa- tives Present. The fifth annual session of the grand vlire of Texas Ancient Order ot Uni- t I Worklngmen convened at 10 a. in.- yesterday. Its jurisdiction extends over the states of Texas Louisiana Arkansas and the Indian territory. . The following- grand officers and representatives were present: GRAND OFFICERS. W. 8. Robson of LaGrange grand master workman. J. K. Ashby of Fort Worth grand fireman. J. Henry Shepherd of Shreveport L.. grand overseer. ' William P. Cole of Hempstead crnnd recorder. J. H. Taylor of Marshall grand r-f iver. William Holt of San Antonio cr nd guide. Dr. J. 11. Cummings of Austin st md watchman. - A lexander Pope of Marshall past muster workman. Dr. T. XL Marks of Marshall state m-(ileal director. GRAND TRUSTEES. P. S. Wren of Galveston. J. K. Ashby of Fort Worth. FINANCE COMMITTEE. A. K. Taylor of Houston. O. C. Drew of Houston. Will A. Hass...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

THE AUSTIN WE JEEEY STATE SM AN mikh: Anderses AUSTIN TEXAS. 13uy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and Perfect Titles. ."Lands Examined and Divided. Land. liought and Sold-. Patents Obtained. Taxes Faid. Land3 RedeemeiL j Investments Ma j Prompt attention to all business. General Land and other State IJepar ..- j ments. Correspondence Solicited. VOL. XIII. AUSTIN. TEXAS THURSDAY JULY 31 1884 r HAT .vw svr 1 U jr fflirRJLlziMCORDlA CHRONIC CR WUTl DlVRKAQtkmiV ofRjtNCfttntT trtMf STOMKctr t tr-.iTiatf .fccbua T until TinniNI.L56 10 COUC.W UO AMO PKlNf UL AaeiBLel Or THI lowuf . Cuiil It CHMti CP waam a. ww:""" T-t IOtLl. bT It HIUTMur tue a rr... "I ACTION IT MAV BK THt" WlfM t tRrtCT S AttTY m v 1 STAftW Cf CHRONIC OlARRHOtA . CAUSING AnL kawca ca;vtrt tary; D p. Bestor Alabama; Fred iorUyce Arkansas; Niles Searles Calnornia; M.M.S. Waller Colorado; Aueo. vaiwr Connecticut; tfeo. omcuijyrifonjOFmsim- V.XiKT tucky; James Jeffries Louisiana: C. H. Osgood Maines George Well3' I Mary...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

The Second Term. - Tie Most Bnil ant. Pure Ed Perfect THET ABS BANSPABK3JT AND OIRLJMS. 88 light Itself and lor softness and endurance to the eye. Cannot I excelled .euanling tue wearer to read (or hours without fatigue. In tact tuey PERFECT 8IQHT PRESERVERS. Testimonials from all the leading physicians in Texas Governor. Senators legislators. .. nwn 11 n U III Ril uroft-SnlOnS 8IIU n dillerent brunches of trade bankers me- chanics etc. can be given who nave had their slght improved by their uh. All of rr.v spectacles are stamped on frame: A. K. HAWSES. PATEN F EXTENSION SPRING Eye-Glass Is tho Hnest t n th world Recommended by . the Medical Faculty throughout the country. Noimtiiiim caused By their use. Deinsnd for these New l atent Eye-glasses Is daily in- creasing and orders are now being received from all parts of the country. " LONDON SMOKED Of every tint find shade. tan L II alogue Address QLASSE8 ThPse classes are .u.t hv n.iii r. uii nurtji of the of the unitea ..7 . ..........

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

POLITICAL assets to tha amount of 2566.599. and ! in camn on the banks of the Monon- le firm were credited with real estate gahela river. Tuesday evening are i t the amount of 871000; de- most horrible and have created CREES BACKERS 03 THE ANXIOUS STOOL AS TO GENERAL BTJT- . . LEE'S CANDIDACY. What They Intend to do if he Don't Carry Their Standard. Slow St. John's Leaderslilp Takes Among his Admirers Endorsed by Kansas Women. Big Irish Demonstration Pro grammed For Boston. Next Month-Arrangeemnts Made. New xork July 25. Chas.- Jan- Kins twice a candidate of the green uacK party ot unio ror governor wrote Geo. V. Jones chairman of the state committee of that party In New York Baying it was doubtful whether tne state convention or Ohio on tne 28 ih inst. would nominate an electo- ral ticket to be voted for at the com ing election and asking advice on the subject. Jones in reply says: If Gen. Butler runs as tbe candidate of one party or even as a third party candidate recognizing our ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

.Announcements. Far Congress. THK 8TATKSMAN 13 AUTHORIZED TO announce Major Jon. D. Hayers AS a candidate lorOonprms from the loth congressional dis- trict wibjeot to tlio action of the democratic convratiouat Now Braunfels August 14 th. For taf --tor. WE AUB AUTHORIZED TO ANNOUNCE A. 8. FMier of Wlillainxon county as a can- didate (or state senator from the 24th senator- ial district subject to the action of a democratic nominating convention. WB AUK AUTHOKIZEI) TO ANNOUNCE " leo. W. (ilnsftcock as a candidate for State Henator fnm the 24th senatorial district coni- tvwedof Travis Williamson and Burnet counties; FEF.IX E. SMITH ATTHOKIZES THE Statesman teannounce him as a candidate for the N ineteenth legislature of Texas. for IMntrtct Attorney. I HKREBY ANNOUNCE MYSELF AS A candid are lor the office of District Attorney of the 26 h judicial district composed of ihe countht or Travis snd Williamson (now the Wtli dlMrict) suhjectto the action of demo' cratlc convention. Jambs H. Rob...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

f - - 4 - ' V ' i .Jt 1 ) PROHIBITION. nVE-HTJUDEED DELEGATES AS- SEMBLED EI rTATIOHAL C03T- YIUTIOir AT PITTSBUEG. All Prominent States Represent- ed Including Texas Which Sends ten Delegates. and that there were actually present I . MEXICO. 461 delegates. A resolution accom- panied the report to the effect that the delegates be authorized to cast the I full vote of the state they represented. j The report was accepted and a reso-1 intion adopted in me miass 01 mucn ( mi teed contusion and uproar. . ne roii or states was called for the nomination of committees on permanent organi- sations null resolutions. The convention by a raising vote American minister. and with much enthusiasm endorsed charges are without A Memorial Demanding a Pro- hibitory Amendment to the Federal Constitution. A big Campaign Projected Against King Alchy Prohi- bitionists Seeking: Power. Pittsburg Pa. July 23.-The num- ber of visitors to Lafayette hall had grown so large by 9:30. this morning that fully nine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

THE STATESMAN. AUfcTlN. TEXAS. - 1 - - " WEDNESDAY. - - July 30 184 TiiE Examiner haa own. a head of Its Cholera France. . is rapidly spreading in It would be a sad mistake to renom inate Ireland. Fisher's speech peeleth the gam bling: question. line ol.l alcalde savs little but he thinks all tho time. Somebody is "hounding" the Ex press again llow sad. The Examiner pours hot shot Into the administration ranks. Matters are closing down about his excellency in ugly shape. The opposition to Ireland crystal- izes day by day. It is growing. A head to the anti-Ireland move ment w ill be furnished in good time Crain it Is in the ehoe string dis- trict. Now for deep water some where. The Houston Age is not consumed by tab fervency of its lore for John Ireland. The Egyptian question appears to be as nrar a settlement as It was one year ago. The free-grass men twenty-thousand strong are against John Ireland. It rolls up. The Post makes too big a bugaboo of D Nation. . The game is hardly wort...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

r YOUNG BLOOD. YOUITG MEN'S CENTEAL DEM OOEATIO CLUB ORGANIZED. Itobert J. Dill Elected lre5sidcnt-OtIier Oflicers. A hundred and fifty persons per- haps assembled at the court house last nijrht in response to the call for organization on the part of the young democracy. There was a little sprink. liny of all ages in the assemblage but the "boys" were largely in the ascend- 6DPV. nrwl TllVWamritir1 tn maninnlnta r inings arter tneir own fashion. On motion Mr. A. P. VVooldridge was called to the chair. CoL. Will Lambert was elected sec- retary COL. TOM SNEED. While Ihe committee on permanent organization was out Col. Xom Kneed was loudly called for and came for ward ana addressed the meeting llis remarks were chiefly directed to a re port which had been circulated that an effort would l3 made in the meet ing to endorse Attorney-General Tern- pieion and Superintendent of .Educa- tion Mr. Baker. He disclaimed being antagonistic to either or those gentle men out thought the action propo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 31 July 1884

EXPOSITION SOCIETY. Meeting of th Tr-.n l County Organr- tloo Yesterday. The Travia couaiy exposition soci- etv met ymenlav th" 2 iih of July la tne nan oi n'nirwuuiura Johtf W. F.ow-rtson pi'-si'iiujf sec- retary Bo wpd present. There were a number i la. tu s present but the at- tendance of li m Wi.s t mull. - Rev. A. E Gojdwyu for ths com- mittee cm phour-tj'tiic views etc. rpnorte l ih.ii tliev hal visited the va rious photographers of Austin oti.i nniu t.w.i hinl consented to furnish anv yictutvs at all. M. S. li. Ilill would t ike seven or more large puotojeraphs 021x122 inches) repre- QMntin it when rut. together. Austia complete ami would l'rame the picture ai wtiole in a tine trame or irames and pre nt it to the society to Le sent t; New Origans and placeu on exhibi tion: to rtturnM to him utter ilm fThiftit.ir.n was cios-.'tl. lie woul nh.ircr.i "T.othir er tor the use ol ihe ... r fr if it Hillver would make 12 nicturt on a i iau similar to that .H.iiULt.'.i lv Mf. Hill. H...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 August 1884

Mkkdkim N WEEK H ATT8T -LY STATESMAN AUSTIN TtXAH. Buy and Sell Land Certificates. Examine and i'erfect Titles. Lands Examined and Divided. Lands llought and bold. Patents Obtained. Taxes Paid. Lands Redeemed. Investments Ma " JJf rfompt attention to all hiiain General Land and other State Depart ing is. v;orresponcience Solicited. ISTHEUNIYIRSM. KKO EFfXeiUJUKLHEDT FOR CMUW WOUBUS .WSMTlV.Y.SVftHM CttVl Huitmn .me STtmtcir in iHinnaf i nnuu to mil LOWSO IVAcOrincrc cue. ONLY 25 CFHTS & Rfmir ASKYOnilHjCfiGISrFOIlir. Wood City. Bastrop Co. Tex. ) April 18 1884. f Messrs. Morley Bros. Austin Texas: uEntlkmkx I tried your Blackberry JJALHAM on two of my children that had the rum very oau ana it acted like a charm: cur ing mem both sound and well. I thank you lor having such a valuable medicine on the market. To all who are suflerinj from the o.n.yo i:iiiMiiiin i can cncenuiiy recommend wynLn a nuujajiKKKY halsam. Morris Mitchbl. Mksquitk Tex. October.29 1883. Messrs. Morley Bros. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Austin Weekly Statesman — 7 August 1884

lie Mist Win. Purs ail Perfect LE.8H 1" IHE. . THBY ABB woo oito-x a vii rnrRi.mfL IWUOCAttbd A ...... " i. light itself and for softness and endurance to t iie eye. Cannot be exoellert.enabling tue wearer to read for hours without fatigue. In tact tney Testimonials from all the leading physicians m Texas Governors Senators Legislators stockmen men of note In all professions and n different branches of trade bankers me- chanics etc. ran be given wno nave had their Mitht improved by tlu-ir use. All of my sri.ftacles are stamped on frame: A. K. ilAWkiX. PATEN r EXTENSION SPRINC E y e - G I a s s Is the flnest tn tin) world Recommended by Die Medical Faculty throughout the country. No irritation caused by their use. Demand for these New Talent Eye-glasses is dally in creasing ana oraers are now uciug icvcicw from all parts of the country. LONOON SMOKED QLA88E8 Of every tint and shade. These glasses are sent by mall to all parts of the of the United States. A perfect flt warranted. . Be...

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