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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 17 October 1893

PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. OMSl ?OI^I^Il A YI3AII. ??NT SUSAN'S Q?IET. *? If Jimmy and hl? bride ain't pleas ed with that, I <i<m't know what would please .em," said little Mra. Dako, with arms akimbo and bead twisted to ono side, as she stepped back and gazed with admiration at tho object spread out on tho bod. It was a carefully pieced quilt, of a somowhat intricate pattern. "Jimmy's brldo can't help being ticklod with that." said Mrs. Dake, as she smoothed out a fold ; and if she knows anything about ntco quilting, tdio'll sou that wa'n't quilted In a day. Well, I guess not! I quilted ev'ry last stitch of it myself, and there's a good half-day's work in some o' them blocks with the feather and herrln'-bono pat terns and tho sholl border ail 'round the aldgo. I had that quilt In the ! frames five weeks and threo days, and 1 put all tho timo I could get on it, and | there ain't no slack work, tirod as I did get of seeing it 'round." She smoothed out another croase. " Lemmoseo,"...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 October 1893

"HONOR THE 3AOEED DUST!" ORANGEBURG'8 TRIBUTE TO HKR The Confederate Monument Unveiled Wild Appropriate Ceremonies?Gen. Hampton's Letter ol' ^te?ret?Ora tion by Col. James i. ^irunir, of Charleston. The unveiling of tho monument to tho Confouorato dead on the 18th lnat. was a memorable event in Orauge* burg's history. Ovor four hundred survivors partiolpatod in the cere monies, while an immense coacourau of peoplo wero in attendance. The monu ment is located on the court house square, and is carvod from native gran ito furnished by tho quarries noar Winnsboro, surmounted by a bronze flguro representing a Confederate sol dier at parade rest. The ontiro monu ment is 38 feet 0 inches high. A long procession marched through tho town, and whon halted at tho pub lic square tho exorcises began with a prayer by Kov. S. P. rr. Elwel 1, of Co lumbia. Judge Izlur was tho prosiding offleer, whilo Hon. Samuel Dibble was tho chlof marshal. Tho following is copied from Tho State: Judge Izlar annou...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 October 1893

)fce Glduertiser Subscription Price?12 Montlm, 91.00* PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOR. Itatos for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per aquare, ono liiHer tlon,fl.00; oach subsoquont Insertion, 60c(int?. Liberal reduction mndo for larcse Au t LAURENH, S C., Oct. 21, 1893. Another "Great Speech.*' The silence which .Senator Irby has steadily maintained in the Sonnte since the dellvory of his eulogy on the lute Mr. Stackhousc was broken with a snap last week when, to employ a crude metaphor, he flung bis heels out viciously at Mr. Cleveland awl,,ineidontally,'(as Co). Farley would say) exhibited a doal of ill temper on t ho subject of tariff reform. The correspondent of the Augusta Chronicle, a paper which wo bolicvo is one of the Sen ator's personal organs, reports that the Senator road his address and scarcely took bis eyes from the manuscript wbilo be was speaking. Wo deduce from this Unit the Sen ator did not "volley and thunder" in the Senate Chamber as be is wont to ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 October 1893

<|fie ?eluertiser. LAUKKNH, 8. 0.| Oct. 21, I89.J. CottOO Down. Cotton yostorday brought coots. . The- Cotton Mill. A molding bi tlio inloiost of tho pro posod Cotton Mill is called to moot on the 1st. Nnvembor at 4 o'clock P. M. In tho Court II'.n o. All citizens and sub crihors arc respectful! invited to attoml. J. W. Kkikiuhon, Ch'm'u. An Important Note. M n_ Davit Sin:-Tho writer hasn't your name in mind just at this moment l>tit If you are at all in arroare, ploaso call in and Bottle. Tlio Advhutisisk has large obi IM ktloiiH to moot within iho noxl fow days and wc hope t hat all of our subscri bers will malto il a point to pay if not all at least a part of what is duo tho paper. Yours truly, Oct. '-'I tf TflK Advkhtihbh. To tlio I'tiblie Generally. Take duo notice Ol this fact, tho l-'roo and Unlimited Coinage of Silver has boon refused by tula Government, but thoy have not yot undertaken to prevent tho Iroo and unlimited coinage of Hash, Doors, Blhids,8hlngle.i andgener...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 24 October 1893

She gautten* Q&vttttttx. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ?N? DOLLAR A. VLAJt. Every Man a Millionaire. It w happened that t.iere was an equal distribution of wealth, and every ono had $1,000,000?no more and no less. Of course, under the circumstances, there was no incentive to work, unless a man enjoyed working. There wus certainly nothing to induce a man to do any manual labor unless it was or dered by u physlchiu?and, come to think of it, thore was no reason why a physician Bhould continue hiB labors, unless he was a humanitarian. The president of a big manufactur ing concern was desirous of keeping the plans running, and tho directors thought it a good scheme, too. but the factory hands couldn't see it to at way. "I think I'll take a little vacation," Bald one of them. "I've been worklug pretty hard, and 1 need a rest. Aftor awhile I'll start up In business for my self." " But who would you get to work for you V" asked the President. " All tho other men aro inaklug the sumo pious yo...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 October 1893

PUGH'S PARTING SHOT. A VIUOROUS ATTACK UPON TIIK P?K8IDENT. A Genoral Huniinary of tlio Grlev? mi. ( h oi m.i in I it ii i Democrat loHena* torn?An tVvowed Obstructionist und Flllbuaiorer Who Will Carry on tlio Wnr lor Milter Iiidellull oly. [Senator James L. Pugh, of Alabama, delivered tho following speech in the Senate on the25th ult. upon the repeal of tho purchasing cause of tho Slier man act. Mr. Pugh represent!) tho views of tho Southern Democrats who aro opposed to repeal, and states their position aftor the eoihpromise failed Just week. | Mr. President, the debate ou tho bill to repeal the provision of the act of 181)0, known as tiie Sherman law, that requires the Secretary of the Treasury to i urohato at the murket price 4,500, 000 o meed of silver bullion und to issue in payment therefor certificates re deemable in coin, is one of tho most important and instructive debates over had in the Congress of tho United States, because it involves tho whole question of iinance?tho ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 October 1893

^fte Cfduertiser Subscription Price 12 Mouths, f 1.00 PAYAHLK IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL, EDITOR. Kates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, per square, one insor tlon, 11.00; each subsequent insertion, 60 <?, ? M i ?< Liberal reduetion made for lar?o Ad vertisements, W. W. HALL, Proprietor. L?URENH, fc>. 0.,' Oct. W, 189.'i. The Tammany Sonntor. Senator David B. Hill Is now on tho right sldoof the silver question. Ho bus done vnluahlo service for the reponiere and tho administia tlon throughout the fight. Wo havo no confidence though hi Mr. Hill's political honesty and we suspect that ho would havo taken a different course had ho not been convinced that it would havo endangered Iiis project.*. Senator Hill is essen tially a demagogue and ho la no ? less a demagogue now than ho has always boon. Ho belongs to the same cult of Insincere and selfish politicians as that which has led astray our own Stato from Democ racy. But what do our friend*, the "Re formers" think of Hill...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 October 1893

<|>fie Qduertiser. LAUKENS, S. 0.| Oct. 31, 1893. IjOOAL; The Champion of I<aurciis. Duff Hellions, a negro living on Mr. J. I.. I?. Saoekloy's place near Barksdalob, rocontly picked 100 pounds of cotton in a day. Death. Mr. Henry Hunter, an old and woll known citizen and largo planter of tho Houthurn section Of tho county, died op tho 10th inst. Ho was a man of strong sense and character whose long lifo whh worthy and useful. round Guilty. J. Minis Sullivan, or Greenville, was tried at Anderson lust wook. for the murder of Ilermon G. Gilroa'ii, which occurro;! at. Greenville. The venue had boon changed to Anderson. Tho jury found a verdict of guilty after hoingout oiio am) a half hours Saturday night. Death ol* Mrs. ForgUSOn. Mrs. M iry Dorroh Ferguson, wlfo of Col. Jne. W. Ferguson and eldest daugu tor of Dr. Win. (.', Dorroh, died at 10 o'clock Saturday morninjr, 28th inst. Slio was about forty'Soven years old. Mrs. Ferguson was esteemed in this coiiiuiuuity as fe?/ woui...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 October 1893

^fie Qeluertiser. LAURENS, S. 0., Oct. 81, 1898. LOOAL, The Champion of Laurcns. Dull" tlollam?, ti negro living on Mr. J. Ii. P. Baookloy'fl place near Burksdalot, rouontly piokod 100 pounds of cotton in a day. Death. Mr. Henry Hunter, an old and voll known citizen aqd largo planter of the southern section of tho county, dlod orp the 19th lust, lie was a man of strong souse and character whoso lung lite was worthy and useful. Found Guilty. J. .Mints Sullivan, or Grconville, was tried at Anderson last week, for tho murder of Mormon (J. Gilroath, which occurroJ at Oroonvlllc. The venae had been changed to Anderson. Tho jury found a verdict of guilty after being out one and a balf hours Saturday night. Death of Mrs. Ferguson. Mrs. M iry Dorroh Ferguson, wife of Col. .1 ho. W . Ferguson and eldest daugh ter of Dr. Win. O, Dorroh, died at 10 o'clock Saturday morninV, 28tb lust. She was about forty-seven years old. Mrs. Ferguson was esteemed in lids eommuuity as low women have beon. (Sif...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 31 October 1893

f ht :g>MXtvit fy&vtttiw. PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ONJS DOLLAK A. Y?A?. MM I I ? 1 I I I ' 1_Ll.1'1 I Wt I ULJL?IBS The One That Prospered. "Whichever one of them prospers, he it? to get my money." The "Hoover boys" remembered well that their rich uunt, Miss Hoover, had said this when they were quite little fellows, and came to live with her la order to atteud the private school In the town of Wythevillo. They regarded Miss Hoover "with uwe even before they saw her, and her piercing black eyes made n lasting hu Eresslou upon them as they stood in er presence on the Ih'Ht night of their arrival. "I will do my part by them equally," Mis* Hoover had said, prior to the invitation that the boys should come to her and be educated. "They shall start in life with the same chances. If they both prosper, well and good : but PR not throw money away." After the boys had been with Miss Hoover for ubout three weeks thoy both euiuu to the conclusion that il was hardly possible for them to s...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 November 1893

IT IS UNCONDITIONAL BEPEAL. (PURCHASE OF SILVER STOPPED. The Houhh Concur* In the Action of the Senate anil the Ulli Is Promptly Approved by President Cleveland. ? ?ill to the Atlanta Constitution. Washington, Nov. 1.?The Houso made quick work of the repeul bill to day. My 3 o'clock it mill been passed and by 4 o'clock it was in the hunds of the President, who immediately at tached his signature. Tfrere was out little debate, though that was of a decidedly spectacular na ture. Immediately after the reading of the journal Mr. Wilson moved that the Homo concur in the Senate atnond inunt. He then asked Mr. Bland to agree upon a time for debate, which Mr. Bland decllnod to do. After a brief attempt to reach an agreement, Mr. Wilson moved the prat vlous question. Then Mr. Snodgrass, of Tennessee and Mr. Bryan, of Ne braska, attempted to filibuster. They had but, about twenty-five men with them. Even with these, howevor, hoy could have continued it all day had they known about tho rules. ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 November 1893

e Gletuertiser Bubacriptlon rrtco -J3 MontUs, f 1.00 H i*AYABfjK IN ADVANC,:. ir. W. 11ALL, EDITOR. Katos for Adyertliilng.?Ordinary Ad vertisements, i?<?r aquar?), one Inser tion, $1.00; ?a</h subtuiquent Insertion, 60 coii In. / JJbornl reduction mado for l?r?o Ad vertisement*. W.W.BALLi - Proprietor. LAIM'.SN.N. 8. fX,' NovVX Judge Win. II. Wallace whom Governor TiUman roundly de uounccd and scandalously Insinu a/ed against in one of his messages to tho General Assembly lias de? /elded that (he Dispensary law i? coiiHtltutionul and (hat it provides punishment for those who violate it. Judgo Wallace is a Conserva tivo in politics. Ho has novor boon "ltefawmed" that we have heard. He decides though contrary to Judge Hudson who Is a most ex cellent judge and more over against Mr. Gary who exhibits all tho symptoms of a capable and honest judgellng. Amid thoso di vergent opinions the ADVERTISER confesses itself painfully bewilder ed. Putting ourselves in the posi tion of certai...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 November 1893

^>Re Qduertiser. LA U REN8, 8. 0., Nov. 7, 1893. LOOAL, Deaths at Clinton. Mrs. Fanniu Watt?, wllo or Mr. W. L>. Watt?, dlod about ton days ago. V Mrs. Younp, widow or tho Into Mr. It. N. H. Young also diol .ntly. Cui;; <V Winten and Splendid WcIIm. It costs ii doal ol money to havo a woll dug but a bored woll with terra cotta curbing Is Just as Rood as a dug <>no. Messrs. Craig and Winters aro ready to bore wells Tor the public on most roas otiable terms ?ml being entirely respon sible gontleuien tholr guarantee of satis faction is worth something, in fact an assurance of plenty cr cold water. It would bo a good idea for all person ?> who want wells to consult with Mr. Wintere at once. Their card appears la another column. { . Synod at Clinton. ! A in Hi Carolina Synod of the Pros jbjjterlan church mot In Clinton last 'wook and w.ik in session four days. There was a largo attend unco of dolo gat.is. Rov, A. (!. Ward law and Dr. Thomas McCoy represented tho Laurons...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 7 November 1893

the gmttvifi QAvtrtim* PUBLISHED EVERY TUESDAY. ON 33 HOLLAR ? C. u ?> .i.J_? ????? ?????!? TAKE AWAY THE PROFITS. A 1*L A N TO I'< >lM I, V IU /.I. THE DIS PENSARY. Own. Farley Arum-. Agaliuit the Profit Feature?One of the etiler Obatruo tiouN to tho '.ni.i ? Mr the Dlapeii' nary System. Now 'that the dispeusary law has been In operatlou for eome time, aud has been subieeU d to the criticisms of tho pulpit, the press, tho peoplo and tho courts? including both lawyers und Judges?it would seem that we ought to have arrived at something like, h definite opinion or conclusion, and be ablo to discuss the question, both intelligently aud dispassionately, with a view onlv to the good that can be accomplished by it, and tho per manent settlement of the liquor ques tion, and not for the sake of mere ar gument or controversy. Being an oc casional contributor to the press, and to your paper, this Is the standpoint from whioh I write, and as I have never been an advocate of strict pro...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 November 1893

A REPUBLICAN AVALANCHE. ?U UPRISING RESULTS IN THE NORTHERN STATES. Crushing Defeat of the New York Democracy?Both House* of the legislature Captured by the lie* publicans. New York, Nov. 8.?The tidal wave which swept over this State was larger than even the RepubMcans dreamed. As the returns have come in, the vote has inoreased, until now it shown a Republican victory of 34,(180 lor John. Palmer for Secretary of State, aud Bartlott has defeated Maynard for tho Court of Appeals by the over whelming plurality of 89,669. The Ro gubllcnns elect their entire State ticket y good maiorities. Corrected returns indicate that the Republicans will have good working majorities In both houses of the Leg islature. Tho Senate will probably stand as follows: Ropublioans 18, Democrats 13, Independent Democrats 1. Tho Assombly Republicans 75, Domoerats 53.) In the constitutional convention thore will bo 105 Republicans to 70 Demo crats. In tho city of New York Tammany carried through its eutire Stat...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 November 1893

BubHorlptlou Fries ~13~~Mont??, ?T.OO' PAYABLE IN ADVANCE. IK. If. BALL. EDITOR, tor Advertising.?Ordluary Ad man t?, per square, one lnser 1.00; each subsequent Insertion, 11 t M . Liberal reduction made for large Ad? V6rllsotnents. W. W. BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN H, 8. C, Nov. 14, 1898. Correcting u Contemporary. Under tho caption "Information Wanted" tho Aikon Times inquires "Will the Grconvlllb Nows or tho Lau rons Advertiser toll us by what rule or prinolplo they aro govoruod?" and makes an otfort to point out a number of inconslstonces that this paper has boon guilty of. Wo take pleasure in answering tho criticisms relying on tho fairness and courtesy of tho Timos to placo our dofonce before its readers. Tho Timos, misrepresentations of The Advertiser we beliovo wore unintentional and wo havo no doubt that it will hasten to corroct them. Tho Timos begins by saying that "Thoy (Tho Groonvillo Nows and tho Advertiser) praised Ear-lo ono year and 'cussed' him tho next." It is not t...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 November 1893

^?e (?duertiser. LAUREN8, 8. O, Nov. 14, 1898. JLlO OAIj. Subscribe for tho Advektiskr now and got the election news of noxt year for ONE DOLLAR. ~ Mr. Ii. W. Boyd. Says tho Augusta Herald: Mr. L. W. Doyd has been appointed oar accountant of tho P. It. & \y. c. It. IL and ho took charge of his work yesterday. Mr. Uoyd has boon in tho employ of tho Richmond and Danvillo in Washington for somo years past and is a railroad man of experience. Tho P. U. & W. C. Is lucky In securing his services. Cheap Kates. Cheap rates to the Augusta Exposi tion by the P. R. & W. C. railroad: Tleketfl on sale from Nov. 12th to Dec. 12th, lKD.'l. Tickets sold on Tuesdays and Thursdays of each wook at $2.10, limited to two days from dato of sale; all othor days at IW.35 limited to 15 days from dato of salo. These tickets admit to fair grounds at abovo prices. Tho return portion of all tickets will have to bo stamped by tho propor agent of tho Exposition Co., in tho Exposi tion building before ...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 14 November 1893

PUBLISHED KV??Y TUESDAY ON3Q d?hlau a v t :a ii Through the Black forest. IIV 1.1.1 ..\ MACMAIION. ? ?i Lk > Kunat was only a little German pjwtor, and BD? was hl? wlfo. Thoy wore quite poor, and quite insignifi cant. They had no place in the great world; in truth, they know nothing of the great world nor the things which belong to It. Nevertheless, they were very happy. _Of worldly goods they had the modestly frugal share which falls to a pastor in tho fatherland. But they bad each other, and in having each otb*r they believed inexhausti ble treasure to be their portion. It will be seon how simple they were, how far removed from tho great world an 1 its beliefs. Otho was all the world?and what a World; greater immeasurably than that which deems Itself the only great odo?Otho was all the world to his Thekla, and Thekla was all the world to her Otho. They wore true husband and true wife?very Bimple folk indeed. Thoy had been married in the month of the' roses, and it was now Octob...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 November 1893

ta um i' RKKOHM IN NIGHT. Thn vVii,vh ?od Mean* Com tu tue? Nearly Kea?y With the Tariff BIII Vlumgea and Reductions In tho Dutte? Imposed. WArtilrkoTON, D. C, Nov. 16.? An air of profound mystery pervades tae room in the House of Representatives where the ways and means committee aro assembled. Members of tbe com mittee have been pledged to the strict est secrecy regarding the proposed changes of duty, and the pledge has been as faithfully respected by them as is consistent with human frailty. Newspaper men are carefully avoided. Notwithstanding this precaution some of tho details of the committee's work are gradually becoming public. There is apparently no doubt that wool and coal and iron will be placed on the free list. Upon the first point there is now practical unanimity, although it is a mooted question whether it would 1m advisable to retain a fair duty on the two articles last men tioned. It is thought that a mate rial reduction will bo made in steel rails. When tho McKinle...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: South Carolina, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Laurens advertiser. — 21 November 1893

Subscription Price 12 Montlis, ?1.00 PA Y A Ii I i 10 IN ADVANCE. W. W. BALL. EDITOB. Bates for Advertising.?Ordinary Ad vertlsemonta, per square, one Inser tion, 91.00; each subsequent insertion, &0ctmte. Liberal reduction made for lsraje Ad .verliaementa._? . ? T W. W.BALL, Proprietor. LAUREN?, 8. C.t Nov. 21, 1893. To Hxtentl Iis Blessings. The approaching session of the leg islature Is in a largo part to bo devoted to tho "perfecting" of the dispensary law?several sessions, a hundred thous sand might be utilized in tho samo way and tho task remain unfinished? and it is popularly bei loved t hat an amondmont providing for tho establish ment of dispensaries in all incorpora ted towns will be passed. If such Is In deed tho benevolent design, of "Ro form" legislators it is inexplicable to us that, moved by tholr well known and ardent zeal for tho clause of temper ance and morality, thoy do not provide for tho establishment of dispensaries In tho country neighborhoods as well. It...

Publication Title: Laurens Advertiser, The
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