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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 January 1877

Continued from 2nd Page. any rate. I have two of their ticket bare with iuf . I am eertaiu at any raw U: git off at Silver Creek Tbe number of pasaengers who got on the strain at Silrer Creek, I think, waa' 3. Tbe day au stormy that wo did not do auy i-al ban--cm. Tba two wbo got on at Silver Creek ol j mt to Dunkirk. .' Oar ueit atop waa at Dunkirk, where 14 'paaaengers got off,' besides the two wbo got on at Silver Creak making 16 in all who got off the 4xi in at Dunkirk. One paaaenger got on at Dunkirk for Ashtabula. There were 10 peruana in all who got on the train at Dun kirk. Oar next, atop- waa at Broeton.. There were 13 pereoua who got off from the train at Broeton; and none got on the train at that point. Oar next atop waa at North H, where 5 persona got off from the train and 5 gut on.," Oar' nei t atop waa at Erie, where 12 passengers got off from the train and 9 passengers got on. The next stop was at Girard, where 7 got off from the train and none on. This was the last ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 5 January 1877

"L7-PRE8ERVMI(n IS THE FIRST TAW OF NATURE 1 Every one wno requires the use 01 memories ould , exercise great care in purchasing none hut Pure, Fresh and First-Class articles, and none hut competent drug gists should he allowed to fill prescriptions We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tahula the henefit of all these. We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Recipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. "We' guarantee satisfaction in every case. "We keep a full lins of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Articles- and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, re will procure the same on short notice and at rea sonable rates. . . n A. E. THUEBEE & CO., ' Ashtabula House Block. PROCLAMATION! THAT B. WEBB ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 January 1877

. M m -'a n i n 'i vH jl. tyc J.S. REED & SON, Publishers. dependent in all tilings S2 in Aidvanco ASHTABL iOHIO, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1877 Whole Number 1412. Vol. XXVIII, No.4 J0 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. 5 t w ;..' . ?. . a. c f 1; I. i r - UAArET . fliinor-cal Float ! fn nrv Goods, Groceries, Cnx-kery and Gla8- ware, jikju ivrwuj-.uwic ' an: everything a family needs to eator Weftl". OrtH mrri, onuwiuuiB. - fi.C. TO.nBES & CO., (H. C. Tomhw, L. K. Kockweli K A.i . loiniH-i,j " uw.i.". Iletaii Dealers in Groceries and Proviei and Krai s and tirain ; Agents lor I'uiou Kxpresa Companies and Clevei Hemid, Main street, Ashtabula, O. I1- and nd 13U3 A. H. K. W-SAVAGE, in Choice Confectionery, and the finest brands of To- bacco anoupirfc. R K.7.I.S. Produce and Commission ern neserve tSM Main stre-t, Ashtabula, Ohio. riKLHLB Jt TVLFK, Dealers in Fancy and suiple I'rv Goods, Family Groceries and "rockery. Willards New Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. f0 f ILRET PERRT, Dealers in Dry G...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 January 1877

J'ff Year la XtLETE LEOr APII. ?HT'J.BULA. OHIO. Friday horning, Jan. 26th, 1877. Of the $8,000 appropriated by the State for Centennial purposes a sur " plus of $1,500 remains, which will be used for school purposes. Hon. George F. Hoar, member of the House of Representatives from Massachusetts, was, on Friday elect ed United States Senator, to succeed Senator BontwelL A temperance revivalist named Murphy is doing a great work in Pittsburg. He is said to. exert an influence similar to that of Moody and Sankey, in their religious revival movement. in I A New Silver Bill. Senator Sherman has given notioe of the in troduction of a substitute foi Bland's Silver Bill, authorizing the coinage of the silver dollar of 412$ grains weight without limit as to quantity. It is to be made legal tender for the same purposes and to the same ex tent as greenbacks, and, to eventual ly take their place by .redeeming them. The two National Committees are having a very interesting time exposing each ot...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 January 1877

TELEGRAPH. i.r r.D 4 SON, Proprietor. . $ prr Ir la 4re. FRIDAY "rviOKXlXG, J AX. 2blh. 1ST7. Advertise Take Notice. " 27U circulation of th$ TELEGRAPH is mart than ttcice that of any paper published in Ashtabula, and rani among the first with other papers in this section of the State. Advertisers awO find it to their interest to bear these facts in mind. LOCAL NEWS. r -2-The Young ladies of St. Peter's parish will give a -Shadow Party" at tfceir chap el Wednesday evening, Jan. 31; idmissioo SOeents. The Ashtabula military companies are among the invited to attend the Ball given by the Lake County Guards at Madison, . February 23d. Potatoes for shipment, from Conneaut, bring $1 a bushel. Five carloads, the Re porter says, were shipped from there on Tuesday last. On account of financial failures of the X. O. Fair association for the two past sea sons, it has been decided to let the next season pass without a fair. 'The Sentinel publishes a list of 433 cases for the January term of Co...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 26 January 1877

SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE Every one wno requires the use oi meuicines should exercise great care in purchasing none but Pure, Fresh and First- Class articles, and none but competent Drug gists should be allowed to fill prescriptions. We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. i We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Recipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, we will procure the same on short notice and at rea sonable rates. A. E. THUKBEE & CO., Ashtabula House Block. PROCLAMATION! THAT B. WEBB &...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 2 February 1877

n:- J AS. REED & SON, Publishers. "vol. XXVIII, No. 5T Independent in all tilings. S2 in -A.dvancG ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY, 1877. Whole Number 1413. ADDL BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. 0 T c banks re TKOS. n. BOOTH, General Dealer Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and Glass ware, Boot and Shoes Clears, lng ilate and Cap Tobacco and Or, and everything a family needs to eat or wear. North Main streeu Asbjala1l.g8 M km CO.. (U. C. Tombes, L. E. KockweTl" To?nhi,) Wholesale and ReUiU iS m IQ Groceries and Provisions ISdoSln- Agents for Amer taM Union Express Companies and i Cleveland 1 Herald, 'Main street, .ww"". A.H. &K. W. SAVAGE, Dealers in Choice : ',TT.7?:..H.n,..i Provisions: also.pure .wrrmn.rv . rwl tluj tin (Ml bnUldS Of TO- ' baeco and Cigars. J1. S. B. WELLS, Produce and iBijW Merchant for the purchase and sale oftt est ern Reserve Butter . neese u uncu Main Street, Agpuwuia, : riRLISLE t Tl LEB, Dealers in Fancy and staple Drv Goods. Fam i ly Groceries and f-...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 2 February 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Morning, feb. 2nd, 1877. THE DISASTER! What has Been Said and Done at the Coroner's Inquest. Friday Jan. 26 At. th nest to- was the first witness summoned, tie went to tne wrecu auiuicu-v on hearing of the accident, and he was occupied the entire night in caring for the wounded. He did not see any one who was burned when he reached the wreck. He heard cries and screams when he reached the wreck. This was about 8: 35 o'clock. One of the passengers told him there were between two and three hundred persons on the train. ' James Doran was also sworn. He is employed as track master by the Lake Shore road at Ashtabula, and was so employed when the bridge was built across Ashtabula creek. He says that a double track was laid across the bridge at or about ' the time it was built, but that one of them was used for. ordinary tra vel, until the whole road was double tracked, which was about four or five years ago. He has never found the rails on the bridg...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 2 February 1877

0 ; v. TTETTEUnGIlAril. JAMES RKFD SON. Proprietors. Year la A . j FRIDAY MOBXIXG, FEB. 2ud. 1877. Advertisers Take Notice. s i Thi eirtulation of the TELEGRAPH is 'tnori Vum twice that of paper 'published inAsMaluIa, and ranis among the first with other papers in this section of the State. ' -Advertisers triU find it to their interest to bear these facts W mind. LOCAL NEWS. V . - '- k . 4- V The sleighing has gone f To-day, Friday, is 'ground-hog" day. . Court of Common Pleas began on Mon- flay. . ; .; . - : The Council meets next Wednesday evening. The Main .street sidewalks are once more free from snow and ice. (janes, made from parts of the wreck ed cars, are quite numerous on our streets. . TheAshUbula and Oil City railroad is doing a heavy coal business at present. Mrs. Wm. Willard received a severe fill on the icy pavement, last Sunday eve ning. . Newberry is about to erect small ' store on Centre street, in the rear of his store. Trains on the L. S. & M. S. Ry., pass 'ov...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 2 February 1877

SELF-PRESERVATION ID THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE Every one wno requires the use 01 medicines should exercise great care in purchasing none but Pure, Fresh . and Tirst- Class articles, and none but competent Drug gists should be allowed to fill prescriptions. "We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Eecipes of any - kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, re will procure the same on short notice and at rea A. R. THURBER & CO., Ashtabula House Block. PROCLAMATION i THAT B. WEBB &.SON ' Will ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 9 February 1877

ASHTABULA "'T XjE CjR JAS. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in Advance Vol. XXVIII, No. 6. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1877. Whole Number 1414. BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOU. !. BOOTH. General Dealer In Iry Ooods, Groceries, Crockery and J', ware. roou mu auw. . , ,rn Ing flats and Cap. TolaceoB and JP and everything a fy ""J? wear. North Main street. Ashtabula E. Rockwell A. C. Tom- rpns Retail Dealer in Grocene. and Proaionaj Fruits and Grain: Airents lor Amer can ana Union Express WP'VhulS O Herald, Marn street, Ashtabula, u. 5r.Srrtea.nd Provision.; .l.Pre Confectionery, and the finest brands of To- Woo and Cigars. if!L m H WRL.I.S. Produce and Commission Merchant for th'e purchase and ff lej West era Reserve Butter Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main streot. Ashtabula, Ohio. CARLISLE sfc'TVLER, Dealers In Fancy and titaple Drv Goods, Family Groceries and Socker. WiUard siiew Block, Ashtabula, Ohio. ' GILKEY PSBRY, ATlasswSrT Goods, Groceries, ...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 9 February 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Friday Morning, Feb. 9th, 1877. The business of the Standard Oil Company, which has heretofore ne cessitated the employment of nearly 8,000 persons, has slackened to that extent that all but 1,000 men have been discharged. A frightful story of butchery in a revolutionary outbreak at Cali, in New Grenada, is brought from Pa nama, which in cruelty and atrocity could not be surpassed by the stories of Indian warfare. One of the weak points in the electoral bill is already developed, and calls for correction by a special act. It is found that, technically, neither House can adjourn until the count is completed. While at least forty thousand working men in New York city and Brooklyn are without employment and almost starving:, we have the spectacle of six hundred laborers on a strike, marching behind a band of music. A bill providing for a registry law was introduced into the Senate on Saturday last by Mr. Bently, which prescribes that no person not regis...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 9 February 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. . JAMES KEED 4 SOX. Proprietors. rl7tmm. 1 per Year lu " FRIDAY MORNING, FEB. 9th. W. Advertisers Take Notice. v .lie -circulation of the TELEORAl'U it more than trice thai of any paper f published in Ashtabula, and ranks among i the first with other papers in this section Advertisers triB find it to their interest to bear these facte in mind. LOCAL NEWS. Lent begins next Wednesday. The Chardon Infantry Co. have been disbanded.. ....... ' ; Last year at this time lake Erie was ; . free Irom ice. . The bridge 'disaster occurred on (un lucky) Friday. Vessel men expect nwine business will be better the coming season than it was last. The Council met last Wednesday eve - ning. The proceedings are published in another column. It is rumored that the Grand Jury are make it lively for some of the saloon keep ers of this placev The ground-hog did not see his shad ow last Friday, to now we shall have six weeks clear weather. Kinsman, O., was the boyhood home of the noted singer...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 9 February 1877

SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE Every one who requires the use 01 medicines should exercise great care in purchasing none but Pure, Fresh and Tirst-Class articles, and none hut competent Drug gists should he allowed to fill prescriptions. We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Recipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, re will procure the same on short notice and at rea- A. R. THURBER & CO., Ashtabula House Block. PROCLAMATION! B. WEBB & ON Will open up their...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 February 1877

r FIRM H7rt I Mil aM RAPH JU ' " - J AS. REED & SOjS", Publishers. Independent in all tilings. S2 in .Advance vol. XXVIII No. 7. ASHTABULA, OHIO, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1877. Whole Number 141 5 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. Dry Goods, Groceries, Crockery and tilmw wre. Boots and Shoes. lieauy-Msde lliiih- lng naw ana vkuk, hmwwb , ' and everythine a fanilV needs to "tr wear. Xorth Alain street. Abtaln)a.i H. C. TOnBKS & CO, . C. Toinbes. L. B. Rockwell & A. C. Tomlw holeleand Retail Dealers in Groceries Provision Fruit and Grain- Agent for American and 7nion Express Companies and Cleveland Herald, Main street, Ashtabula, O. ! A. H. Sc K. W. SAVAGE, Dealers in Choice H'iiiivi;rocerieanil Provisions; also.pure Confectionery, and the finest brands or To bacco and Cigars. , 8. B. WELLS Produce and Commission Merchant for the pure litise and wile of West ern Reserve Butter, Cheese and Dried Fruits, Main strent, Ashtabula, Ohio. Lm CARLISLE St TVLEB, Dealers fn Fancy and staple...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 February 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA.. OHIO. Friday Morning, Feb. 16th, 1877. Charles O'Conor bought n inter view the other dy PrTI"'t Grant to .pologie for the shame fully scurrilou. letter he wrote W fore election. The President assured visitor that he had never read the 1tterinqnestion. Oh for a voice like a trumpet, that it might be lifted np in expostula tion with the Bourbons of Democra cy to claim the election! immedi ately and exultingly! There should be no weakness or lack of bold con fidence in this hour of misgiving and fear! Where is John G. Thompson? A miserable and. pointless bur lesque in the way of a return, reach ed the President of the Senate with usual direction to that functionary, and was made on Monday last. -An , effort was made to suppress it, but as a unanimous vote to that effect could not be had, the President of the Senate recognized the obligation to read it. Mr. Mills of Texas, had the hardihood to rise in his place, and insisted upon its reading, after ex pression...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 February 1877

THE TELEGRAPH. JAME3 KEED 80N. PBOPRirrOk. Trm, C per Tear la A van FRIDAY MORNING. FEB. 16th. 1&T7. Advertisers Tak Xotice. The circulation of the TELEGRAPH it more than ttcice thai of any papet published in Ashtabula, and rani among the first with other papers in this section of the State. Advertisers mill find it to their interest to hear these facts in mind. LOCAL NEWS. The A., Y. & P. pay car passed orer this road last Tuesday. Another meeting of the Council will be held next Wednesday evening. The Geveland Opera House was knock ed off again Tuesday morning, to Marcus A. Hanna for $43,030. Among our list of patents published this week we notice one for R. Murray of Ashtabula, for a rein holder. The examination of witnesses before the Coroner's jury was adjourned from Monday morning to the 20th inst. Our neighbor Rieg, of the Reporter, has, we understand, had an attack of hem orrhage, and has been quite indisposed. Quartely meeting at M. E. church, Feb. 24th, 25th. The E...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 16 February 1877

SELF-PRESERVATION IS THE FIRST LAW OF NATURE Every one wno requires the use 01 meoicines should exercise great care in purchasing none but Pure, Tresh and Tirst-Class articles, and none but competent Drug gists should be allowed to fill prescriptions. We feel justified in saying that we can give the people of Ash tabula the benefit of all these. "We have none but new and reliable goods, and a man thoroughly competent to handle and compound them. Should you have Prescriptions and Becipes of any kind you wish filled, we cordially ask you to give us a trial. "We guarantee satisfaction in every case. We keep a full line of Drugs, Dye Stuffs, Toilet Ar ticles, and Druggist Sundries, also a fine assortment of Stationery, including all the latest styles and qualities, as well. as common grades. Should you wish anything in our line not in stock, F0 will procure the same on short notice and at rea A. R. THURBER & Co., Ashtabula House Block. PROCLAMATION! TTT B. If EBB . & ON Will ope...

Publication Title: Ashtabula Telegraph
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 February 1877

TELEGRAPH J A.S. REED & SON, Publishers. Independent in all tilings. in Advance Vol. XXVIII, No. 8. ASHTABULA, OHIO, EEIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1877 Whole Number 141 6 BUSINESS DIRECTORY. MERCHANTS. THOS. N. BOOTH, General Dealer in Dry Goods, Groceries. Crockery and iias- ware, rjoots ana nnoes. iwhu -jijhic V, J -.-. 1 . . ... 4 ( "i .'i.rS 1DK XXU BI1U ( "V iuiwwb ...... - and everything a family needs to P.5" wear. 11 .na:u mi rTi,niii' H. '. TOTIBK8 & CO., 'H. C. Tombc L E. Rockwell 4 A. C Tol.it.es,, nd Retail Dealers in groceries d 1 rosions. Fruit and Grain; Agent for American and Union Express tv.uipai.i and Cleveland Herald, Main street. Ashtabula, O. i-a A. H. B. W-.VA? VLeH?'urt Coii'fex;ti'iry. and the finest brands of To. bacco and ugarn. " . a & V .wl n ii and I 'i ,rn ! n W-i t Mil S. . vm mmMJ - ...... .. . . Merchant fortnepurctaeand saleot W est- ern Reserve i ler. v uttw uu ie r m m u.i.ctwot Ashtabula. Ohio. 1H (iAKLISLE & TYLEK, Dealers in Faney ana s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Ashtabula telegraph. — 23 February 1877

TUE TELEGRAPH. ASHTABULA. OHIO. Friday Homing, Feb. 23d, 1877, No objection was aiade in the Sen ate to the filing of the credentials of David L. Corbin, as Senator from South Carolina by the Republican Legislature. Southern Democrats are likely to prove tbe conservative influence in the Democratic party in Congress to defeat the revolutionary schemes of their Northern associates. That's the way the matter looks now. It the leading Democrats of the House do not virtually repudiate the Electoral law and prevent the decision of the Commission, it will be because they can not relv npon the southern wing of the party. Senator Kelly of Oregon admits the authenticity of the cypher tele gram, signed by him, for the pur chase of an Oregon Elector for Til den, at the cost of $5,000, but tries to escape responsibility, by the as sertion that he did not know its con tents. The sudden closing of Tilden's Literary Bureau has thrown out of employment a large number of prom ising young writers. An...

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