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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 November 1873

5 hf tu THil 3I.S .1 Hi v.], i.rkor,..f {Tribiinr. 1, 1 |'Hi ii«rir.' by CRIBUI-JE CO. hhk'k: 111 nr 111 l-1# ni. 1 nr.rhh tiK,o.ce. nwi" .•! ..p It «t!*» I |V| i|."".I 'V lib .•'o• 1 Mi loll hi-iil«. »i.• id-., n-te h^ad-V* ,.... ,• .1 I board, rolurad chins, toiiih c».««•!*. llr.*" paper* tec. W« are par«d i." '1" vY.irk, promptly, at low p» •cxjinri in imki'! *tyle. We reaeivt'1 V-v tt»e list iriin-i. winter* mipply o", -M\4 the TrcbOsb will here aTter regularly and on ticn»*. *»t .ini'ts, the late-tt naaM, receive' by tel^r-ph. Wal .market rap-rt weather v-p 'vts, crisp elitortal n«t«» ansl local lie*" di«hed up in t. lively manner. X- resident of Bismarrl sh.xiM b»- wirb.-nt it. no arm* officer a«»!r. sb-mM n-gVel mbucnbe f» jt Q,vt. ii- a be-dthv patronage *r «. w, -jive 'i! 'i lively and new-* P:'P"r- Till- ftmm.-ul Trifi i'W of ?J.*V. 18th at hnnil. H- me srttarck Ru** nut! u- "tir «-K in p"-t. (he A-herc Leo Tin.' J, .. N .i^,ii Standard can hN ik.i "Ur k'- kir.^ post. Grm ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 26 November 1873

\v ir": 3 I [i.imxrdt %rifcnifi£'! KS! AYvN0VF,MRF.K,2«. _..——~ VI' I:. •:i! -I(itTH nil r'pilt. :U •ud whaopod'cr op '!!!:!V '.iu4 lS-t a Mil is Sold at ,. iV»-. -.vlrsicr wtiit «'..'.SIGNER# 11 danca tt tb# Capitol \V Cricks uail intmbstb c! if yva like take 3 «*'can shst*. ?. yni jr. Michigan cider is set bsd ulic. Serui 'for a RaJhn and try it. Eu:" .. ,-v?u2 «*f Eiftii yesterday the suy.« u' ir. w*re .-usponded. Sir r'C vV'.,,"u3 hns resigned and YV, a a in on a •i l».-,'«n td Wfjc1'-. by the Ooma^.siwi- 0.-. C". ,vohib.l,J the 'bt under hii !•.nx:5C= r, HI. :R. .i-nv.i&hlt f-.»:ii7?iag t'n« Siscr'-fl"' W-j ds, bs.3 resigned stopping wiih McC o»r&n. l- !i.»! d. fi vr- «?on»e, the '-Iury?ar •I,.-,. '.\'s 1 lt'» uoiHr?. ftr.d Ub —S •i ii '..." R,.R \OT~A RPPK-1 from R.-,., F-. BNJ??N, I'» Dismaock: d»«.! '?''0 I i• *i9 i?u??d a last* fenrr- tt NVI'.J ttjr tzi'iv* nf Cnt!.m.iri' .lahr» V'.arjn, J. arxt.ffibn W: Pcnoror rpiim«l Hem ih«ir Painted W^ftd.« 'miming trip yesf^rd...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

$ year.... norths... 11 A l^ismmk ^ribon^. An Independent Newspaper published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. soBBOKimoM nioi: $2.001 Three months 75 1.351 Single copies 10 Subscriptions pijwUe InTiritbl in ad ranee. AdrertMng rates ieade known en application at tbeoAce. NOTES AND NEWS. Helena is now the Capital of Montana Territory. Mrs. Maggie Tan Cott, is'laboring in Minneapolis. Gen. Hardie is in Southern Dakota, Imrestfgatlng Dakota war claims. The Shenandoah his returned altera cruise of three years. Congress is likely to authorise a second exploring expedition to Palestine. The wife of Pere Hyacinthe encourages the wo­ man's war in Ohio, by a sympathetic letter. Col. Mosby is In the hands of his frsends for cen. gressional honers. severe snow storm occurred at Chicago, and at other points in III. and Ohio, last week. A religious paper says, notwithstanding the panic, the wages of sin have not been reduced. GOT. Pennington is spoken of la the highest terms by these who hare met hi...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

i,. Bifemarck, D. T. April 15,1874 DAKOTA CLIMATE. On the third instant the writer hereof left Wells, on the Southern Minnesota Kailroad, one hundred and ninety miles south of Bismarck, and nearly five hun­ dred east, coming directly to Bismarck, stopping one day only in St. Paul and Minneapolis. In Southern Minnesota the ground was not wholly bare nor was the frost out so that crops could be sown even on the hignest lands where the ground was prepared last fail. The streets at St. Paul were icy in many places, and the ground generally covered with snow. At Pine City there was about two feet of snow, increasing to three feet at Aitkin, which is in the heart of the Minnesota pineries. At Brainerd there was still good sleighing, and had been since the middle of Octo­ ber. At Detroit Lake we found the snow about the same as at St. Paul, at Fargo, about lik'e Wells, at Jamestown, no snow, at Bismarck, farmers plowing and sowing, some hav.ing broken prairie on the fourth inst. The weathe...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

THE NEW TERRITORY The people of Dakota are again mov­ ing for a division of that territory, by a line running east and west coincident with the ftrty-sixth parallel, or in other words for the erection of the re: gion north of that line into one inde­ pendent territory. A bill for that pur­ pose was introduced by Senator Ramsey some two years ago and again at the last session of Congress but though supported by several urgent memorial adopted by the Dakota Legislature no action has yet been taken by Congress on the subject. This failure to respond to the wishes of the people of Dakota does not arise from any opposition from the Territory itself, for the inhabitants of Southern Dakota are nearly as much in favor of the proposed partition as those of the Northern part of the Terri­ tory. A petition is now in circulation in Northorn Dakota which sets forth in a brief and forcible manner some of the reasons why a separate territorial gov­ ernment is asked for that portion of this very ex...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

^ismartk ^iftttne* Bismarck, D. T. April 15,1874. THE TRIBUNE. With this issue of THE TRIBUNE Col. Lounsberry resumes editorial charg3, after an absence of four months, and he will labor to make the paper better than ever before. Geo. W. Plumley, late of Hyde & Plumley, Engravers, Minneapolis, has purchased an interest in the paper and will hereafter hare charge of the me­ chanical department. THE TRIBUNE with this issue enters on the third quarter of its first volume. Like other business interests, since the panic it has struggled hard, but it still lives and commences under its new' management with renewed vigor. The editor's special aim will be to make TIIE TRIBUNE a newspaper, not neglecting general or local news, but when occasion demands he will not hesitate to indulge in ringing editorials, while the paper will always abound in crisp comments on events of the day. THE TRIBUNE will labor to promote the interests of Bismarck and vicinity, without libelling other localities ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

A Burning Prairies* Prairies should not be barned except for special reasons and then in small quantities. The man who deliberately, wantonly or carlessly sets out afire on the prairie, except for necessaiy protec­ tion of human life, and permit it to run, ought to suffer the greatest per missible penalty. Human laws hang a man who wan­ tonly shoots into a crowd and kills a man but a man who sets out afire which may spread oyer an entire Ter­ ritory, destroys millions of property, leaves hundreds of poor pioneers house­ less and burns many to death, is deemed an innocent and sometimes an energet­ ic man. This is nothing compared with other bad effects of burning prairie. Timber of all kinds adapted to the soil and clim­ ate would grow on the prairies as thriftily and plentifully as it does in the densest forests, if the fires were kept out. The annual fires kill every yearling sprout of a tree over which it passes, and too frequently invades and kills nailions of acres of full grown...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

(ffcf PEMBINA. The Proposed New Territory Character and Eesources. Speech. of Hon.* M. Armstrong* Under instructions of the Territorial Legislature of Dakota, I introduced a bill in the early part of the last Con­ gress, providing for the organization of a separate territorial government out of that portion of Dakota north of the forty-sixth the Missouri, and pass far above the mouth of the Yellowstone into Montana carrying Government freight forts and agencies, and mercantile goods for the mining districts. Already sev­ eral thousand people have gone into this northern territory, and are preparing farms, hot&es and villages, in anticipa­ tion of the favorable action of Congress upon this bill. As early as 1864 the United States Government virtually declared' the Red River Valley open to settlement when it purchased the same by treaty from the Red Lake and Pembina Indians, and in­ vited white settlers to locate upon the newly acquired lands. In accordance therewith, homestead se...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

To THE.OLD GRANGER. Near the tracks of a railroad newly laid, A farmer leaned on his earth-worn spade While his taxes were high, and his crops bat slim, The charge for freight played the deuce with him 80 he growled a growl at the train's sharp din— "I'll gather you in I'll gather yon fa "I have borne you long, and here I swow You railroad to beat, some way, or how I will get up a law, by the great horned owl! To cut down your profits and make you howl And but little, or nothing, I'll ship from bin Of hoarded corn, till I've gathered you in!" "We will rise in our Granges, bold and free, And 'down with freights I' shall our war cry be Not a partisan crew, nor a party hack, Shall help us to gain our birthright back For battle is ours, to lose or win— We'll gather them In we'll gather them in Now a gaunt politician came that way', O'erheard the old man's angry say And he gave to his head a knowing screw, And cried to the Granger, "Count me too With a thought to himself, replete with gr...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 15 April 1874

be ipnifriiintwim'i11 ii ^jismatxk fyib tltlf BISMARCK AND VICINITY Bismarck, D. T., April 15,1874 FOR SALE.—A comfortable house on 4th Street, with three rooms. Inquire at the Express Office. 4t There will be commuuion service at the Presbyterian Church Sunday The Homestead Bill has not become a law yet, but probably will. It is now before the Senate. A reply from Mr- Hackett to the townsite article which appears else whcr6| will be published next week. •C. F. Hobart is. erecting a neat and substantial dwelling house to be oc­ cupied by H- F. Donglass John O'Neill opened his old place again "Wednesday evening. John is bound to keep a quiet place at all hftz ards. Four thousand cords of wood were put up in the vicinity of Bismarck last winter by Mr. Gager,alone, for,the gov eminent. G. W. Pye, of the Edwinton Lumber Company, has gonebelow.4 He will, no doubt, report progress and ask leave to «it again. Mrs-Gager, wife of the contractor has opened a millinery shop at BiS' marck, putt...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1874

VOL. 1. jfrit l^ismnrck ^ribniiif. AD Independent Newspapei published by THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE CO. SCBSCMPTII PRICB: One year $'2,110 Three months 75 Its months. l.:sy Single copies 10 Subscriptions payable invar ably in advance. filing rates made known on application at the office. NOTES AN NEWS. The inflation l.ill is in the hands of the President. Dr. A. A. Fnrnsiworth. Assrant Surgeon, D. 8. A., suicided MtSan Francisco, W dneadiiy. Tie female suffrage question was finally kllkd in the Ohio Conctitntl^nal C«nTeiiti'»n. Thr«f« persons iros death in the storm at Omah» buuduy night. Carry the news to Hi-il WHS 4*«?n. The House »m.i ittee hare agreed to report a bill for the admission «f Ntw Mexico as aetata. Monday the ground was whitened by snow at Bis mitrck,—baiely*hiun*d. At Omaha four iuches fell. Archiiishop Led'-rchowski, of Posen, has been dis ni sse«l fr«m hin See fur violation of ecclesiastical Uwt». expelled from the Canadian Parliament by a vte ol 1*24 to 68, and a vote ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1874

Tail $}\t Bismarck ^ifihtine* Bismarck, D. T. April 22,1874. the THE NEW HOMESTEAD LAW* The new homestead law now before 4he Senate, will not take effect before the 1st of September and in the mean­ time Homestead and Pre-emption ^claims may be taken as before. It is difficult to estimate the cffect of law on the West but it will check, to some extent, the occupation of Government land for purposes othej than actual settlement and cultivation, and drive the speculator to invest way and other lands. Under the old law one could obtain a quarter section on Government price after six months residence, be his improvements never so light, and then obtain an 80^r Under the new tlers. This will who want land to 3 1 0 in payment of the additional 160 acres under the Homestead law, which, after six months' residence, he could pay for, obtaining, in one' years' time, title from the Government, to taro quarter section$||at from $1.25 to $2.50 per acre. The new law wipes out the Pre-emption law ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1874

fied a Mr. Fosier, of this town, that if he erected a building upon a certain lot that he«(Bowen) would hold the build­ ing. Mr. Foster also informed roe that he was afraid to complete his building peradventure the said lot should come into the possession of G. W. Sweet. Then these are the men you would ask the intelligent citizens of Bismarck to succumb to, and consider as their only benefactors. But I would say unte you, inasmuch as the people have tem­ porarily located here, until the N. P. R. R. make a permanent location, should I procure a title to the said land, by pre­ emption, and the laws under which I have most faithfully acted and complied with in every particular, then in that event I will not endeavor to hold one iota of the peoples' improvements upon my land. I am a poor man. My inter­ ests are identical with the people. I am not working in the interests of any land monopoly. I oppose them. My all is here with the people, And I am one of them—their interests are mine. ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 22 April 1874

^ritmnc. BISMARCK AND VICINITY. Bismarck, D. T., April 22,1874. POR SALE.—A comfortable house on 4th Street, with three rooms. Inquire at the Express Office. 4t Heddy, whose escape was noted last week, was recaptured Sunday. Lieut. Lee's Company, now stationed at Fort Stephenson, has been detailed for the boundary survey. F. G. Jones, Bismarck, is prepared to fill all order for lime, at $8.50 per bbl.* Fresh eggs and choice table butter at Raymond & Allen's. Mr. Alien, of Raymond & Allen, leaves for St. Paul to-morrow. Mr. Carson, ot' Raymond & Allen, returned from Fort SleptieiiMin yes day where he purchased lor the firm eight hundred bushels of potatoes which Will bliippcd to BiMiiaick by the tux boat. Twelve hundred bushels of fine seed potatoes in a day or two at Raymond & Alfeeii's. Colonels Scully and.. Hart of Fort Rice are viewing Hiauian and vicinity. Hon. T. H. Corson, of Minneapolis, is at Bismarck pending a day or two. He look an eighteen mile 4,scootM te...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1874

VOL. 1. One year.. Six months. jieer Mbct I ^ismarck ^ribane An Independent Newsp&pfei t'dJlished by THE BISMARdK tUliBUNt CO|. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE: $^,00 Three months.. 1.25 Single copies .. Subscriptions payable invar.abiy In.advance. Advertising rates made known on application at the office. NOTES AND NEWS. Jeff. Davis is in Paris. The southern flood is th* worst ever known. Ten inches of snow ftll last week in Central iowa. St. Paul proposes to treat its dead cats to crema* tion. Wintermute is at last indicted for the murder of McCook. E. 0. B. Porter ia-the Clerk of the Minnesota Rail­ road Commission. James Whitehead has been appointed Agent for the Leech Lake lndianB. Cofcimiseioner Dr*imnond reufgned because of the inadequate salary. The crop reports this spring are almost snivel sally favorable for winter wheat. ^The military contracts awarded at 8t. Paul on the 48d inst., aggregate $6SO,GOd. In Indiana the saloon men are prosecuting the cru­ saders for interfering with ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1874

4 •v.. ^ismarck ^riktitic. Bigmarck, D. T. April 29,1874. TREE PIJUfTbNO. Let all who can do so plant trees. The cottonwood grows rapidly, and is valuable for wind-brake.? and fuel I the box alder, which abounds on the bottom lands along the river, is a pret tier and more valuable tree indeed. :i is fast becoming a general favorite. Tht latter may be grown frotn seed gathered hi the fall of the year, or transplanter irom the native forests. 1* will grow, even, on the highest knolls. The col tonwood may be grown from cutting? which may be cut at this late day, thp1 those gathered in the tall and winter are much better. The white willow is also .^rown from cuttings, which may tained, delivered here at $5.75 per M., or at a less figure if sent by eight—the express charges being $2.75 on a single thousand from St. Paul. We have been familiar with the white willow for eight years, and know it will jrow on the high prairies, and us rap :d!y as the cottonwood. It is better than the cottonw...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1874

hearted in tho cold and wretchedness of his cheerless home! A sad picture truly, but is it always a true one? May there not be some latent cause for this, tnrf are not women themselves too ofUKi the cause of their husband's intemperate habits! The wife is the guardian of the home, and husbands are usually what their wives make them. A good wife will hare a good hq^end, and vice versa A eross, ill-natured^coldiog, complain­ ing or quarrelsome'wife seldom has a sober husband and certainly does not deserve one. Depend upon it, the hus­ band of a woman who merits King Sol­ omon's eulogium, "The heart of her husband doth safely trust in her," will never degenerate into a mere barroom frequenter. Reform, like Charity, should begin at home. Let a wife be to her husband, not a servant, but a companion not a household drudge,nor dressmaker's doll, but a helpmeet as God and nature meant she should be. The wife's true position is neither that of mistress, nor of slave her place is neither over...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 29 April 1874

1 i\ if 5 ^b( ^isinarfk atss&isg T.l tlij Bismarck, D. T., April 29,1874. FOR SAl e.—A comfortable house on 4th Street, with throe rooms. Inquire at the Express Cf2ce. 4fc Services at the Presbyterian Church every Sun^iy as follows10^- 8.. in. and in. Sabbsith School and Biblu p. Class at 2-2. Prayer meeting «very Wednesday evening at the Parsonage at o'clock F. G. Jones, Bismarck, is prepared to fill all order for lime, at $3.50 per bbl.* Wanted to Rent- A house containing live or six rooms from and after May 19ih. Address F. S. care TRIBUNE ofiiee. 40-tf Just received at the Ladies' Bazaar, a fine lot of spring hats, French flowers, satins, velvet ribbons, real laces, &c. The Paymaster will pay off the troops at Fort Lincoln Saturday. Joe Deitrieh has trotted cut a mag­ nificent new 'bu —a fact indicating prosperity. The Wapeton Colonists have already commenced operations. A large party arrived Monday. Hon. Chas. McCarty has seventy acres fenced on his ranche, and now has ...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1874

VOL. 1. ialaiifMiml THE BISMARCK 1 puMiMkj ca WHMIWW Hint Oae JUT ft.0|*«• Stameolha......... IJte'ISingle copies.. Sabeeriptieas payable Invariably la aieaaee. AdvertisLag ratea aate kaeve aa applissllwi aft NQTES AND NEWS. JbriptfmopeM* Daletk, *m lllmiaslppl hae passed a probatory Utaer »w. Andy JlMiwi toon nUm 6^. At St. Paul «#*uer Wse vmetij cold a| fWiOOO. Tke N«rtfc WtofQMlo aacepfe the St. CMb Laad Oraal. ijkMiy iNM|lB Qecrgie, April sotk, M« fajwil (fefraft erap. l. Howard, in Oan, Wli, leaker, khiakMh Set wHb $40,i00. HWt^far H. MiQwi lirt mniil fcojh, a aeaSmed Invalid., Ike Baleth TW&mm ao^tke aeae «f M» lf i« King, for Concrete. Vaaderbllt eootribatee $810,101, te fwai I Oni verslty alKasfcVttle.' 9ke AadfeM JfevftMl MaleeM 'h Oiiiini Marshall.forOoofreie. fkt New Torfe MilthitpMl I *%'.}•» (jlarki Parker, «f. llttaofe,|a* keep ra-ipdUled Jaka 8. Noble le Chief el aaderfh* new idalikbrtiite. P.'a. fkt kail Impieeaaa—I kill dvssQa»atk.ril,0» a*.Aatkeay^ as* Ike tipp...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bismarck tribune. — 6 May 1874

in f: it if Cite ^ismarcK ^ttilintte. Bismarck, D. T. THE TOW*! The Tbibune takes if&o Iu)*krty before its readers the following letter, though a private one, from Minneapolis, who is evidently famil­ iar with thetownsitc contest. The facts stated will be of interest to all, whether they agree with the writer'sfcconclusions or not. While the letter is not from Sweet, or at his instance, it undoubted ly states the Puget Sound Company's view of the case: Minneapolis, Minn., 'Y/. O. A. Zou-nsberry. My Deab Sip.: ative to the townsite business wttich display more horse sense and apprecia­ tion of the real situation than anything else that has come to the surface since the rovr commenced. There is not a particle of doubt but your position is the right and only one to be entertained and all your folks there will come to that ground sooner or later. Cf course you as well as all of us are perfectly well aware what the public rumor and public sentiment on that question has been, The pape...

Publication Title: Bismarck Tribune, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: North Dakota, United States
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