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SAVE TIIK TOWS.
C. M. Kunston. Editor.
TIIUUMUY. JUNE 26. 1896.
One Year lit
Six Months 13&
Three Months H
Address all communications and male all
remittances to V. M. Funno. Flagstaff,
Advertising rates siren upon application.
Entered at tho Flagstaff post office as second-class
rj AVIlUn isiml lsV3 i
Below Is given thehlghest and lowest point
regUteitd ly the thermometer In Flafitafl
tiurlug the month to this date:
Pate. Maximum Minimum
.. .80 .
. . .68..
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. .85 .
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Politics me now it sieoinlaiy ques
tion. Mia uiiti r that trotihlea us.
The Son ai-i-oida a hearty welcome
In 1'n.f. bioll anil llin l'rincelou boys.
If we niilx lutil sufficient water what
mi iileiil siiti'tiiw u soft Flagstaff
If tliu spiiit tli.il actuates A T.
Cornish was iiiuio general FlHyulall
umild boon lie it llniiiii" i-ity.
Mam )iiuns are noxious to hear
the ilisctijsimif. mi the water question,
but cannot tin mi fur want of room.
Which end of the Democratic con
Trillion will bull? They are about
evinl) divided on the stlier question.
ALTGELU anil fn e silt el is the err of
llliuidt- D mi eiiic. while Texas is at
stiife with itself anil will send two
'JUCSON Iihk yni a new weekly paper,
the "Lender." It is devoted to
ili niiiri.ic anil si her. It is a bright
little fclieet anil shoiiW succeed.
Senator MoiiGAK is still red hot
nfli r Cleveland over (lie Cuban affair.
In the inlet ests of liuiiiHiiily 'tis time
the executive t"k -."ine action.
TlIK l'eMilliciill eouveiition is not
well over liefoie'tlie Chicago tin moll
et ui Is. Even a windy session of Con
press would be a less Infliction than
If the towu of Flagstaff is. to be
saved from bmominz a bowlliiir
wilderness, a place of desolation frotn
Which mankind will flee iit'lerror, an
adequate supply of water is an abso
lute, uicessitj. Already mnnu of our
best citizens arn leaving the town,
forfeiting whatever rights, and title
they had acquired to property here,
while others are dally preparing for an
exodus, determined no longer to sink
their capital or waste their eneigles in
trying to shake the plums off the trees
for a lot of drones .to pick up. There
has been too much procrtifctiiiiitioii
anil -dilly-diill.v in'' on this m.iitir.
Trade is luivln,; us ami visiiois nli.i
have been i initio 1 to come in the
fitivn ink until' ill ili.nrii.il m.il i.iilt
1 ' " -
with them ilnpii silmis it will take
years to I'ladleate. This should not
Ih( and mil represeututiviM in llie
council will ii cur an euoiinuiis iesion
allulil". if they do not quioklv do iivvtix
with the cause.
We. do not wish to conceal the fad
tlia cnhsidi ruble ilillloiiltles bi"el til
council hi the eoiisideialiiin of tli.s
mutter. We believe that individual y
and collect H eh the memliciH ale ih
giroiiH of uviilvin some scheme Hut
Wiillld l! f'M the best illli leslh of li e
town, ami while we. do nut wish to
bun their deliberations, wo must call
their attention to the urgent need thai
exists for at thing at some spceih
conclusion. Water must bu had and
that sifedih, and of thu two main
propositions that confront them the
Jack Smith apt lug and Oak ciock-
one or other should be selected with
out further delay.
Of these two propositions it Is unan
imously couceded Oak creek is fat
superior of the two. While there is
no question that the supply of water
from the mountains would bt, amph
fur all purpofea, there would yet he
the ever constant ill cad that the pipes
might burst during I ho winter season,
and then there would bo a watei
famine. The otily objection to Oak
creek is that it would entail a much
heavier expenditure, but what is thai
to us? If an outside company wishes
to undertake thu woik and dcsiies
only a reasonable guarantee from tin
town, Is it not the paramount dutj t
the council either to accept the offei
at once or submit the proposition to a
vote of the citizeus? The) should not
pet mil unofficial talk as to what the
cost of the Oak creek proposition
would be nor the probable amount tin
company would ask from the town to
iufluuiico them. Let them comply as
nearly as they can with Mr. Bin lis'
request, giUng him the outside figure
the town could at present afford to pa)
for an ainp!e supply of water botli fi.r
domestic, manufacturing and fire put
poses and- this would be an answer to
both his propositions, as it is immattr
ial to us w here tho water come from
as long as it Is pine and wholesome
and surtlciciil in quantity.
'Il must not be thought In Ihis that
we have any intention of tin owing
cold water on the project of establish
ing a local stock company. We should
oqly be too glad to know that then
was so much enterprise among our
citizens and toseo the project 8iic:eed.
But what we complain of is that al
ready more vhan two yearn have been
wasted in piotitless discussion of the
water question and we arc as far from
having a water supply now as we
were on the day on which wo were in
co'rpornt cd, and a fear is expressed
that tills project will lapse as so main
others have done. By all means let
thoso who have the project in hand
push it to completion if possible, but
in the meantime let the council report
t Mr. Burns, and it his rampant
wishes to apply for a charier let the
council an aid it to whoever comes
fiist. Water we must have, and until
Wy get it tho very existence of tin
towu is in jeopard).
Party wuu pullets and selfish poll,
t Ida us en u and do create considerable
sitife.biit the will never again involve
this loiinir,- in an iuternecinu war.
At least we hope not.
ItiR netioiiof Venizttelaus in arrest
ing a Bilti-h stilji-ct engaged on a
suivev of the ilNpuied territory lint
fiitlher complicated the unfortunate
dispute. Tlnie Is no doubt Great
Biiiiiiu will Insist on lepatation. and
the liht of this' country to Intel fere
Would be teiv qiiestliiuiilile.
HowEvi'.K I'l'npiii may differ with
Bneke O'Neill on general principles,
he Is cleiiily lilit iu hU contention
that gin eminent should build canals
iu Ail.ottn. Large sum have already
been received by the government foe
land in this territory and the land
that would he most Improved by the
building ol I'liuuls belongs to govern
UNDER THE WHEELS.
Henry Ward l,oes Ills Left l.rg.
On Friday afternoou a sei imis acci
dent occurred on the A. & V. railroad
by which a man named Heuij Ward,
formerly of San Luis Obispo but latel)
residing in San Frauclsco, nearly loit
Ids life. WhiiI wns milking his wny to
Colorado but running short of funds
he attempted to make the hrakebeam
of a moving freight train and missing
his fooling he slipped and both legs
were caught under the wheels. He
was taken to the hoipital where it was
found the left foot had heel) cruslii d
ver badly. Urn. Branuen anil Cornish
concluded that amputation would te
necessary and they htu-cessfully pit
formed the operation. AlU'ouh ihei
right jfoot has been utilised tery con
siderably the doctors hope to be able
to sae the limb. Ward is reported to
be a dope lleuil. He is' now resting
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' OUT. FORJJJAR.
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Some Kzcltlttg Ad e a I Urea f a Colo
' rado Youth.
His ago was perhaps twenty-tivi
summers, but being closely shaven he
sc.iicely looked it. He hailed from
Colorado and told some, truly wonder
ful stories of bear trapping and hunt
ing. He was not long reciting his
hairbreadth escapes and daring prow
wi before quite a uumber of the lead
iug citizens of I ho town, who were
assembled around him as he squatted
on a chair in front of U'lgars' store,
his head lilted back ngaiust n pillai
and hi' feel .ji'icefilllv M n I ' ill"
ro i mug.
"Ye-."' said lie, half ill xollluqin .
I di'ii'i much care foi the honor of ii,
bill li. fow two wieksaut owr voli'll
li i ui i hi- y .iilnr fello.v bring in a bear.
Vh," said lie, bis face bueaiue
ni. He aniin tied and be got into a oat
in il position mi I In- chair, "we think
tiitiiing of il iu Colorado. I nevei
knew a man who said he liked hunting
bear, but I hex do nil I lie same. It's
nothing if you cm get a shot at liiui
and llil him iu tile backbone, )oiu
bear U done for."'
S 'ine of his auditors having
pns-i'il biirpiiv at this easy wa) ol
disposing of lliuiii, the joiilh went on:
Well, )oll see, when ) on do conn
.ictoss a bear he's not always coming
for) on mi his hind legs; iu fact he'll
i urn tail if he can get a chance."
Theiu was amttimur of dissent at
this statement, which seemed to put
the reciter more on his mettle, for he
I remember when I was up in Col
orado, ami that's as Hue a hunting
ground as there's iu the countr), I
came across a big brown bear. I was
too near to him to get away if I wanted
to, S'i there was nothing for it but to
shoot him. I took a steady aim and
ttuck him back of the neck, cleat
through the backbone. The bear was
looking at me at the time."
This was too much for his auditots,
who burst into a heattv roar of laugh
tec and one of them asked him if he
took his sight round corners, but.
nothing abashed, thu worthy onth
continued his tluilling narratives until
his audience weie foiced to leave him.
ill complaining of pains in their sides,
and some of them fearing appoplexy il
hey remained listening to him an)
TVoodinrn's Ik Itollintr,
Last Monday night about forty in
vited guests assembled at Masonic
Hall to attend the LogKol ling" given
h) Finest Camp No. 1, W. O. W. The
meeting was called to order by Consul
Commander Hariy G. Klsliiigimry.
who after extending a cordial welcome
to all and seeing that every one was
supplied witli cigars, introduced Sover
eign E. S. Gosuey, who in a few well
chosen woi ds related the history of the
order and its many benefits. Ho was
followed by Sovereign T. S. Bunch
ami Mr. E. S. Claik in shot t speeches.
After pal Inking" of refreshments ati
excellent programme was rendered,
i he chief peifoimers being gov. E. II.
Graham, Bert Crawford, F. A. Arm
lage and Con. Commander II. G.
KNlingbuiy. Fifteen new applications
were received for mcmbeiship. The
camp then adjourned to do honor to
i liu newly elected Benedict Win.
Uotleu, jr. A most eiijo)ablu litno was
There aiu now 205 inmates iu Yuma
iiitetitiar), the laret
the hUlor) of the prison
penitential', the largest number in
People find Jast'Uie help they o much
need, iu'lIood'n'Samparilla. It fur
nishes the desired strength by puri
fying, vitalizing end enriching the
blood, and thus builds up tho nerves,
toues the stomach and regulates the
whole system. Head this:
"I want to praise Hood's SsmparUl.
My beslth run down, snd I had the crip.
After that, my heart and nervous system
were badly affected, so that I could not do
my own work. Our physician rare m
some help, but did not cure. I decided
to try Hood's Barsaparltla. Soon I could
do all my own housework. I have taken
Hood's Pills with Hood's SersaparUla,
and they have done me much good. I
wiU not be without them. I bare takes IS
bottles of Hood's BarsapariUa, and through
the blessing of God, it baa cured me.
I worked as hard as ever the past sum
mer, and I am thankful to say I am
well. Hood's P11U when taken .with
Hood's Saraaparllla help rery much."
Mrs. M. M. Mnauifamt, Freehold, Peon.
Thu and many other curse prove that
Is the One Tree Bleed Purifier. All drutidtts. .'
Prepared only by C. I. Rood Co.. UwtlL Maes.
& if ' iS
P k ,
25 PER PENT DISC
3 1 '
mmA n ut ami mwn m did.
CIOTTHIJMG, HATS! e 1B,
BOOTS AiXD SHOKh,
nionniiUT nc oc orn $
UIOUUUIll Ur L3 YUt MJ
H as B
I u k
In Pursuit of Apache Henrxadea.
A Tucson dispatch of June S3 says:
Advices from San Bernardino lauche
state that Lietits. Averlll and Rice,
with two companies of cavalry, sixty
scouts, including the White Mountain,
Yuma and I'apagu Indians, were
j lined b) Mexican t loops and are now
pin suing south throughout Sonor.i.
I'hn plan is first to go to the Ynqui
village, where tho Kid" supposed
lo be, then the troops will separate or
deploy in squads and move northward,
with the hope of forcing the rcnegadis
lo seek shelter on this side of the liui .
where the) will be met by troops iu
the vicinity of San Beiuaidino and
CloVcidale. 'i he troops will be kepi
itiformid of thu presence of the ren
egades by telegraph signals. It will
lake from live to six weeks to maki
he campaign. Col. Summer has estab
ished headquarters in the tield at San
Bernardino ami lias given orders lo
push Ih'i campaign with leleutless
Ilucklen'a rnlca Halve.
The best salve iu the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt ihettm, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
corns and all skin eruptions, and posi
tively cures piles, oi no pay required.
Il is guaranteed to g've perfect satis
faction or money refunded. Price, 25
cents per box. For sale by D. J. Urau-
nen, Flagstaff. Arizona.
H. A. ROGER
Atlantic & Pacific R. R,
Santa Fe. Preset!! fi Hi u
ti:e tauxi:. ix eitd r uc
Moutitiiln tlmu IhsiHiiil.. ii
8 ::.-.) :i
lv Ash I'uik ,n
Del II. ii
J' Wi'i .1
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE,
is it dead ?
Th- Brooklyn Eagle is one
of the most careful and in
telligent American papers. If
you do not believe it, send
fof a copy and judge for your
self. Here is wt.at it says
about colored tea:
"This whole burines. of adulteration
In our food and drink has gone too far.
It is one of the meanest and most con
temptible forms of cnesting, and one
that occasions more illness than we
probably reaiire. If the foreigners will
not send u honest measureand honest
goods, t the, protectors of our health
hold another. Boston Tea Party, and
make an example :tharthe poisoner
will remember. Njw York harbor
would bold good deal of aJkged
"You "needn't be so violent
89 bur forefathers had to be.
There is an easier and sim
pler remedy for everybody:
Schillings Best, pure and
money-back tea, at your gro
Gjad food Rood fifes SeMllinrU
JSesl coffee, bakintt-powder, soda,
apices, seasoning, fiavorjug-txtracu--pure
Wllllnni D. Powell Plaintiff vs. B. F. Prllch
Under and by virtue of an order of sale.
Issued out of tlio DlitrlctCourl of tho Fourth
Judicial District of the Territory of Arizona.
In .and for the Coun y of Coconino, on the
totli day of Juno, A. D. l&se, in the aborc
en til led action, wherein William II. Powell,
the ii bore named plaintiff, obtained a judg
ment and decree against B. P. Prltchard. the
above named defendant, on the nth dy of
March. A. D. less. I am commandod tosell all
that coitaln lot. piece and Darrcl of land.
described as follows, to-wlt:
Tho bouthesst Quarter (BE Ui of Section
Ten (IOi. Township Twenty (20), North Kanee
WBiit (8'. tast or t tie una and b'slt HIv cr Hum-
and Meridian, In tho County of Coconino.
Territory of Aritoua. Or so much thereof a
may be necessary to rvallto the amount ot
snld Judgment, to-wlt: The sum of Two
Thousand and Ninety-two and Twcniy-four
Hundredth tteM.M Dollars, with Interest
from the said 23ih day ot March, A. D: 18US.
upon rour nunarca and Twcnty-nlno it429
Dollars thereof ut tho rate of Twelve diner
cent.l per cent, per annum; with Interest up-L
on .iinu iiunurca ana rnenty-nine kbhi
Dollars thereof, from tho said SSth day of
March. A. I. 18SW. at tho rato of Ten (10. per
cent, per annum: with Interest upon Soven
Hundred and Mnctien and Eiulity-nlne
Hundredths illWOOi Dollars thereof, from
tho said 28th day of March. A. D. 1898, at the
rato of tievi n i7 per cent.) per cent, por an
num, together with tho expense of running
certain morticed cattle, In said judgment
and decroo meutloued and Uxed at Forty (t4U)
Dollars per month, from the said 28th day of
March. A. D. 10S: and It the said m-onenv i
Insufficient to realize said sums, then tho
loiiowingacscnrjea personal propeity.to-wlt
Conden.eit Time Table Xo 4!!.
Effective May 31. 194
So. 3. No. 1. No. S j No. 4.
10 25p Lv. Chicago At lOSOp
3 26p ....KausHSl'lty ... 730a ... .
tWp .. .Denver .. . 1130a.
S 45a .. Albuquerque Ar S45p ... .
815a Wlnsrate.. Lv 400p....
810a .Gallup 3Up
ISISp ....lfolbrook. ,1145a
130p Wlnslow .. . 040a ... .
.. . 4 05p ... KlugstatT. ... SfiOi. . ..
SMp BWp Williams. . 7J0a 30i
8 45 p 7 15 p Ar..Ah Pork L 565h 'iOOi
S50p 46a Lv.. Ash Fork.. Ar 6 45p 5:f.i
U35p 9 30aAr I'rescott Lv ((, i'.Vi:
8 45 a 4 15 p Ar .Pliocnlx. Lv I) IS a 7)p
S45p 7 15 p Lv,. Ash Fork Ar 6f5a Aouu
4 15 a II 20 p Lv.. Kingman. .Lv 135u I0 3-'ii
Tan 130a ...Tho Needles... II 10 j) 74,rip
8 55a 3 05a tllakc !)5p ClOp
I lop 7 40a Daggett .. ft 40 1 noi
IS5p 8 10aAr .Itarstow 201 I2:i5i
SOJp . Ar ..Mojavn OMn
1 15 p Arlxs Angeles I r 1015i
.. 63Jp Ai. San Diego.. Lv 730v
10 15a. lArean rran'cu i.v .- 500p
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Jo-U .So I . " e"
7:Ua l).5."i . Picscott a. t b
7:j:taflu:2 Min.init r jun
8:1)1 a io:5i K.uiH.uie in
SidUal 11:Ai .skuil.iiu i p ,p
8.00a lefts KiiM.uiU i .Hn
ti:4ua U'.'tl i.lllsiilo i !'
ll:iia !:, C'oiure&s
l-':30p a:oi tWcU'iimiig , i a
2.33 p H-.lf Pcoila ' .
3.Wp 3:3 Gicndiiie ,
3:2.5p 3:4 Alhiinlir.i I ' ii '
3:5) 4.0j. r l'liocnlx 1 4 a
Pullman Palace Slccpln; Cars lall
through between Chicago and ban Fran
cisco and Uhli'igo and Ln Angeles.
Pullman TourUt Sleeping Cars dillj
through between Chicago and an Franclsci
and Chicago and L04 Aiiire'es.
Personally conducted Tourist cars leavi
.San Francisco every Wednesday and l.ov
ncelcs every Thursday, running through
to Kansas City, Chicago and ttifcton.
The Grand Can) on of the Colorado can In
reached only via this line.
Ask for a beautifully Illustrated Look
which will 00 mallod free.
DON A. SWEET.
General Passenger Agent. Albuquerque. N.M.
Of New York.
NO MEMBERSHIP, ENTRANCE Of
ADMISSION FEES. .
Definite Contract. Limited nnvt.irnfL
Purely mutual. Absolute M'rurltv. a..i,.
About Twelve Hundred lioui heart of cattle I lmprccnal)le' Practical manago out. r.-
iinsvs umiica assuring ecouomv. Slocl
non-forfeltab 0. Peislstency rewarded. Per
manent. Specific wltliarawal privileges.
All securities deposited In tiust. Mort
gages non-negotiable and non-asilgnablc
precluding loss. Extra assossmnnts Impos
sible. Securities only first moitgagc and
more or less In tho following brands, to-wlt
BB 4H L-L IT 3 and m
Tho said cat tin running and ram-In? in !
..(, W nf lAAnnln.i 1....l . .. a ... . .
wvmm.j w. uiMi w, kurriiiiry 01 Arizona.
and being all of the catOo In said brands, or
so mucn mercor as may no necessary to rea
lize tho said sums.
Now TimuroiiE. notice Is hereby given,
that on Wednesday, the 1st day of July, A.l)
IKM. latween the hours of 10 o'clock a. ...and
4 o'clock p. m . of that day. at tho front door
of the Court llouso. In tho Tow n of Flagstaff.
In tho Comity of Cnconli.p, Territory of Ari
zona. I will, In oUcdtcnco to said order of sale
and decree of foreclosure, sell the abore
dcwrletd property, or so tuu h thereof as
may bo necesiary to satisfy Plaintiffs said
judgment, together with Interest, as above
specified, costs accruing, costs and said ox
penses and accruing expom.es. to the hlshest
bidder for cash, first selllntr In mi .......
of said order and decree, the said above
described real property.
.. .- . , K- " OAMEBON.
8heiliT of Coconino County. Arltona Tor
aicd Flagstaff. Coconino Count. AHmn
Tcrilwry, this Nth day J wns v 0. 19
Trains 41 at.d 4-' tun on ,il
fnforiiialloii as to nli.it d.ijs
ivlll be furnKlud by agenisun
No. 1 luaKes comiecti'iii -it
V. ,V P. vtsllbuled Iiunud .o i
No. 1 also (onnects with A .v
tho west. IVivons ue-ln i
Ash Pink ttill Hiidlhe ln tf
Huns at Fnd Uarvcj'e lloi
No. S makes close eoim.v '
Willi A. il'. ttalusNu 1 .it j
roaches !-an 1 laiieison 1
moinlng. A. i l. .No. 4 is .
throughout, llglitea uiih i
car running tliiuu.li.l.O'. M
Dining cat undei tlieni.i
Harvey, VTlth his uuexcvi i
alteutluii to bis guerU.
Nos. 1 and S ioiu.ii t at ' .
It II tialns nt the I. muu
Kallnay for Juioinc u i i
llh stage lines for sm i
camps; at Cougiva- '.villi
qua liala. btautim ami
Alth tho Marleopi A. 1 nui i.
isilutso.'i b'outhuiii V.u i. . I.
The Santa Pe, Pifcmt i ,
Is the hist route lo n
valley. For liifouii.ii! u
valley and tho rkli iniiilii' m
o Ibis roj-d (.ildivss tny s in
Geo. M. S via:tNr. Geiu ral I
-en er Agent. Pnnitt
IJ. E. Wli.i.s. Asl-. Ull li'
.'iisoolt, Ariz. b. t I' a 1 i
Gt.o. T. Niciioii.n . i
J.J. Pin.r. Gi in i il 11 i .
I'.Ab. P. Kallumy.
S. F P. k I MM,
I., T. & 8. F. lilll
i f r
i. i I
is the Shortest mid Qui. .
ur. Kansas Cli.v. M Iaii"
The Scenic Lins of Ar rs-a,
Ths Best- Routs to Hrfjw.
nly North and Sou.h Lhe . inzn
At any tlnonftor six monthlv payment!
have been uindo. If a member N uuablo lr
paydues through ! km ss or loss of vmi k. In
cairrocclve Buspenslon Ciirll&cate for a iea
sonablo period, allowing him to rcsuni" paj
inonts after tils clrcumstinces Improve
without sustaining Intu of dividends.
Tlieouly Asiocl tlon Iu thu United. Otitis
In which no loss Is sustained by luicndlig
borrowers on reject' l appl rations for loans.
Compound Into ea. Issn a stuck to suit all
kinds of Investors. Advaiui nivMrm. ...
cepted. precluding poa-lblilty of Incurring
flncj. Slock becomos Intereat-bearlng aficr
Clod number of nivmontstliHenun ii i hn..
tnadqe per cent per annum piyaile half
yearly) s allowed thereon until mnturlt.
IU plan IS UDlQOC and lis duatlnud mm,'. . le
I Grand l :i n o. of i
t'etlllltsj I oils'
Gnat rait l.n r
nd nunieious other p .m -leautlfuliy
iliustn.ieil limk f
lllll. TIllDUIl llCkl'l', III 111 1
linltid Slntt-. i .in.id.i mill '
-iiiiifoits .lint eoiivenlei) s i
olid, willi Kiiperliiqiiini ui
I 'I A P. b.Miril. CilllliilllVlli V
Vrlrona. b. P., P. J. I'.
Ull) Al.SAl.l.r M.I.I-MCI.l' lu
s. P.. P.. p.. Pu m oil i
K. Coi'I.anU Geiieial Ai. i v
it., Kl I'llMI. I')HN.
IMI T. .NlLllillms '.
Xirtiti;. A. T.A.s. P. K It i I"
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