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Pastor Rev A B An
Third Saturday and following Sundav
Vmrv Fork Pastor
and Sundav
Wi r Rev T M Campbell
i Sunday and preceiirg Saturday
Red Lick Pastor Rev R L Am
brose Thud Sunday and preceding Sat
urday
Formans Chapel First Saturday and
ay Rev R I Ambrose Pastor
Cane Spring Calvirist first Saturday
and Sunday Pa tor Wm Rupard
Goodloes Chaptl Speedwell Inited
colored Pastor II Uuiaaon First Sat
urdav and Sunday in each month
Gilead Pastor Elder Pike Third Sat
urday and Sunday
Hays Fork Tliird Sunday and prece
Saturday
Knob Second Saturday and
it Pastor Rev R L Ambrose
Kirksvrlle brick church Pastor Rev
T H Campbell
Republican Pastor Rev M A Jones
Second Sansaavf and preceding Saturday
tnc fourth Sunday
DISCIPLES OF CHRIST
Flat Woods Third Sunday and pre
ceding Saturday Pastor J C Walden
Fifth Sunday L W Harding
Glade Fourth Sunday and preceding
ratal Elder Collier
K rksville Second Sundav and prece
ding Saturday
Mt Pleasant Second and ibutth Sun
days and preceding Saturdays Pastor
Prof Hagerman Sabbath school 10 a
m
Mt Zion First and third Sundays and
Saturday preceding third Sunday Pas
tor L II Rev ii
imond Eider W F Smith Pas
tor Services every Sunday at 1 1 a m
and 70 p m Sunday schKil at 930 a
m Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 750
White Oak Pond Second Sunday
Pastor I- H Reynolds
I nion Christian Church Second Sun
day in each month and Saturday preced
ing Elder W S Gamboe Pastor
chkist cm rc it OtaCOfa
Morning service and sermon at 1 1 o
clock Evening service and ser
at 4 oclock duiing the winter Indies
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kins Rector
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FOR SALE
Fight Thoroughbred Southdown
three of tlem vcariings and five last
lambs
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I am prepared to do all kinds of work
in my line and solicit your custom
BUGGIES WAGONS HARVESTI1
and MOWINC MACHINES
and other machii erv repaired neatly
and satisfactorily Wood work and
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8
STORY OF HADASSAH
A Stolen
Child Who
Heroine
Became a
Mi Iurupl II r teoplo After Ttloy AVere
Ortliriil Klani liv tllrkcil K1111
Hrrmas bf tie tir T
Wiit Taiasaga 1 d
Rer lr Ta eeted ris the
t of Sun 11011 throufh
the preafs Hadassah tlio text chosen
r ii 7 And lie bn
uo 11
A hiiit ifil child yens Imrn in the
r nart nts li be 11
mm tin ir Israel it ish home ami
curled to Shuhan and had 1
their daughter poor and in a
e land Hut rn Israelite who
liil Ikvii carried into the Mime
ivas attracted by I
n He c
of that good m in
pie1 child began to derelop a
sw eetness niii excellency of character
naled certainly never
r u 1 I i Id
hat pare her from
Her at
h siMrts her her or-
had wound theineives
y around his heart just as around
each parents hear among us there
and fasten
ing and growing
er I expect he was like
others who have In - at home
underiug sometimes if sickness will
a- cinent
thai the
f her ipted
Ahnsueriis a princely scoundrel
liie t
i all the kit c his
T a monster of it
the change when this young
n left the hot I n as
dped nnl religion honored to en-
As a laaiii to the
iter
wife
- 1 of
amons pi
tlie ri
f in the v cry-
f I perish
I ime ami
had all he
r r their death Sorrow rriunt ami
sat in thousan
uuii mothers wildly i
- the
pray imr
tie mother mirit aisi slay 1
id and bud pcrishiujr in the -
iut llala sah is busy at conrt
hard bcarl of the king is l
her stoi y aiid aUlu I not
ree for the
he nt forth an
should aran themselves for de-
m horseback on i
ll ointdat ies n
id bearing the kin
and a shunt went np from thai en-
opVe at the hope
I doubt not many a 1 uas
and - irtled
I at of deen and
si tcrs i strung up
women
I for the
blow 111 i ehalf of
and eoiir
I he day f exi d
1 I and drt
cimnl before Ihe battli the
i be ry of defeat
aek to t palaces bul
mountains of di
cd and m i the
ii of th ed lews
their enthusiasm was as when the
Ii
now and the Engl ish army wl
in the very jav
den liope of assistance and rescne lift
ed the shoal above be innon
and the - j iiiLr
We are savod We are Raved
My subject affords me opportuni
illustrating wiiat Christian ehai
ic under the greatest iiisadvant
There b no ex
actly what he wants to lie x
standard is inueb higher thnnanv
you have attained onto If there be
anv man so putted n as to be
mighty satisiiei with the amount t
1 already attai
I have nothing to aay lo such an
Rati to those who are
istiod with past attaini
who arc toiling under disadvantages
which are keeping them from being
they ought lo be 1 have a
age from I i of you labor
tinder difficulties There is something
in yonr temperament in your worldly
instances in your calling that
acts powerfully against yon Admit
ting all this I introduce to you II
at the text a noble Christian not
withstanding lic most gigantic iifh
rultiea She whom you might have
ted to be one of the
women isoneof the Ixst
In the tirst place on r subject is an
at ion of Christian character may
be under orphanage This Rible line
a long story about Hadaaemh
iiad neither father nor mother
A nobleman had become her guardian
but there is no one who can take the
of a parent Who so able at
msfbt to hear a childs prayer or at
twilight to chide youthful wan ii
or to soothe youthful sorrows An
individual will go through life bearing
the marks of orphanage It will re
quire more strength more persistence
grace to make such a one the
right kind of a Christian He who at
forty years hses a parents must reel
under the blow Even down to old
aen are accustomed U rely upon
the counsel or be powerfully influ
enced by the advice of parents if they
arc still alive Hut how much greater
the bereavement when it comes in
eriy life before tln character is self
reliant anil when naturally the heart
is unsophisticated and easily tempted
Anl yet behold what a nobility ofdis
ii Hadassah exhibited Though
lather and mother had gone grace had
triumphed over all disadvantage Her
I willingness to seli sacrtnce her
trol over the king her humility her
t faithful worship of w her to
have been one of the best of the worlds
lis
ose who
rm were an orphan Von bid
sorrows in your
knev not wiiat ws - the matter You
felt sad some
Your fath r 01
ie from a
Yon still
have soti
rrPI
M
IM
I
seek it lie knows what obstacles yon
have fought against and the more
trial the autre help After all there
arc no orphans in the world for the
great flod the Father of us all
in our subject is an illustration
of what religion may 1k under the
re of poverty The captivity
ami crushed condition of the orphan
girl and of the kind man who ad
her suggests a condition of poverty
Yet from the very tirst acquaintance
we had with Hadassah we find her the
id contented Christian
ia only by compulsion site waa af
terward taken into of honor
rtce In the burnbli home of
ner adopted father she
I that illuminated
privation In some period
every man s life there com - a
season ot straightened circumstances
wiiei calculation and most
my are ni in or
der to subsistence and iiity
At the - nent of business at
ofession
friends are fan and the world is afraid
u because there ia possibility of
failure many of the noblest hearts
are now struggling To such I bear a
5
a hard thing for you to tian
ant anxiety this nnrnsting
calculation wears out the bnoyancy
of y an 1 all hough
have told perhaps no mm aboot
it can not I tell that tiii is the very
trouble which keeps yon from being
yon ought to be Vm have no
time to think about laying np treas
ures i Heaven when it is a matter of
it whether 3
I to pay yonr next quarters rent
You can not think of - fter a
f righteousness until yon ca
n urrh to buy an overcoat to
out the cohl You want the
Iiread of Life but you think you must
get along wh 1 you can
buy barrel of flour for yonr
wife 1 S ime1 i 111 on -it
down nd almost wish you
were d ad Christians in sitin
vis with their feet on damask otto
man may scout at such I
ip of
hard misfortu
power of I
away from religions duties We
ugth of the temptation
we point to Hadassah he
irar
in the I I
Men of
in the name
want
out 1 flour bar-
lis You
have Id anyoni hard
time yon iws it
DOW it Your
1 not
eak down mid life
enough to kee
ile llLh
ill iiiiii
tin 1 In t ma
If yon can no
can afford to wh
anima
and pa you forward into the front of
in im
Llillt
ri is worth the
in one n oil s
- wort ii all sci
worth all 1 -
one Many a man
et has
rich enough to buy the world out
and have stock left for larger in
vestment It is not often that men
i habits come to positive
tno o who live in com
fortable houses all aboot you among
honest 111 and professional men
never say a word about it there
- of heroism and
aia e such as you may never hay
men who ask no aid
who deaaand no sympathy who with
strong arm an ll brain push
their own way through are Uannibals
sea i i
tne lion are Moses ii name
driving back the seas Hadassah with
her needle has done braver things
than Caesar nhh a sword
Again onr snbjecl illustrates what
r in may be wnen in
faraway from home 1
sail was a stranger in Shashan
brought up in the t of rural
j she was now -the
dazzle of a city Heads a- strong
as hcr had been turned by the transit
from country to city More than that
she was in a st n that
loneliness she kept the Christians in
ty and was as consistent among
the allurements of Shushan as among
the kindred of her fathers bouse
lei I address some who are now
faraway from the hqme of their fath
ers You came across the Mas The
icpulchers of your dead are far away
Whatever may be tne comfort and
sdomment of yonr present home you
get the place of your birth
it may have been lowly and un
Honored You often dream of your
youthful days and in the silent twi
light run off to the distant land and
to sae yonr forsaken home just
3s it when your people were ail
alive Though you may have
of friends around you you
if en feel that you are stranger8
in a strange land God saw the
- parting when your families
euro red lie watched you in the
ships cabin flounce injr the stormy
teas He kneyv the bewilderment of
disembarkation on a strange
shore and your waaderinga up and
down this land have been vnderaneye
that never sleeps and felt by a heart
that always pities Stranger far from
u have a companion in the
I in Shus
han as in er In
deed very many of you arc distant
-from the place of your nativity Sou
j of you may be pilgrims from the warn
south or from hardier climes than
ours from latitudes f d and
sharper frosts You have come down in
these regions for pu -poses of thrift and
1 pain You have brought your tents
I and
j now go back again except to vi it the
joll village with wide streets and plenty
of trees on sonic holiday This is not
the climate in which many of you were
born These mothers are not the
j neighbor me to Unsold home-
d to gre lie These
tics are not those under the shad
ow of which your grandfather was
-e are not the ministers of
Christ who out of the baptismal font
sprinkled your baby brow Far away
the kik Far away the h
Faraway the town Have you formed
habits which would not have seemed
iines of v
1
1
i ro ye wortny companions or
the stranger as holy in Shushan
1- in Jumna lent
Again our subject illustrates what
ii may lie under the tempta
tion of per onal attractive
inspir of the heroine of
my text She wa fair and beautiful
Her very name signified A myrtle
Yet the admiration and praise
flattery of the world did not I irht her
humility The simplicity of her man
ners and behavior equated her extraor
dinary attractions It is the same
divine goodness which puts the tinge
on the 10- and the whiteness
into the lily and the gleam on the
wave and that puts color in the
cheek and sparkle in the eye and
majesty in the forehead1 and m
into the form and gracefulness into t he
any through the very
of their per onal appearance have been
destroyed What sirrrpfrinsrs and af
fections anl impertinences have
been the result of that which bi
as a hle sing Jaixinieas unciiioim s
ami the Heliotropes never swagger at
the beauty w 1 anted in
very ieaf sepal axil and stamen
There are many flowers that b w
down so modestly thst yoa can not
see the color in their cheek until yon
lift up their head putting yoa
under their round chin h
any kind of personal attr 1
whether they be those of
body the mind or the I
may become temptations to pride
and arbitrariness and fool is
The mythological story of a
who seeing himself mirrored in a
stream became so enamored of h
pverance that he died of the effect
Instr under -
thousands 01 both sexes have
by the view of their own snpeH
Extraordinary capacities eanse extra
lary temptations Men who have
i health down n the i
amotion Monimia the wi
Mithridates was strangled with
own diadem While the most of ua
not have the same kind of tem
which Hadassah must have fell
her attractiveness of personal ap
aace Th im it
may be an ad
acter of the lentiful captive
sacrifice 1 humility and
0 tiie w
ration a v The
of the vi
away lion
s t nd ti it never
trusts t hai
Spell I- i 1 Year lias
aph in th
of Henry I V ind writti
Janus -en that even
are not a ways good speller-
In tiie name of lod i 1 and
I lb I ne Grace
of if England and Fra
and L01 d of Irland be
tameut in
-a tii Iyrst
it tiol a
soul he had sen
y of the man but thro hys mer
ise which lyffe I h
e i thereof I put ni
e and ni
all my c herte AL o 1 thanke rave
lordis threw the peple for the trevt
that they haves dune unto me
and ask them foriyvnis ii I
hem in eny wyseM It
Iso be noted that Henry b
- i n iT up to t a- a
r had a peculiar ha i it of -
n t wo to five differ
ent lie
Caravaggie was originally a hoi
carrief and was afterward employed
aids ill the vaiea 1
their
scenes in ni it -aid of
him that he pa in ted like a ruffian be
cause he was a milium Mi-
in the Vatican was
remodeled on tiie funeral of a y psy
chit f
The Arc lleljifal to Cavalry llnraes on
Iau 31arh
When paper b a were first in-
ced into the oavalry at rvice of
the Liertnan army a few years ago they
excited a good deal of interest Sev
earvalry horses were first shod
with the paper shoes and the effect ob
served It was found Bays the n
Herald that not only did the lightness
and elasticity of the shoe help the
on the march making it possible
for him to travel faster and farther
without fatigue than horses shod with
iron but that the paper shoe had the
property of being unaffected by water
and other liquids These new sheets
of paper are pressed closely together
one above another ami rendered jm
perviona to the moisture by Use appli
cation of oil of turpentine The
are glued together by a sort of paste
composed of turpentine whiting gum
and linseed oil and then su unitted to
a powerful hydraulic pressure laper
horseshoes are also made by grinding
up the paper into a mass combining it
with turpentine sand gum litharge
and certain other substances pre
it and afterward drying it But these
shoes arc less tough and elastic than
those made of thin sheets of paper laid
upon another These shoes are
fastened to the horses feet either by
means of nails or with a kind of glue
made of coal tar and caoutchouc
Ban T
KNOWLEDGB
Brings comfort and improvfment and
tends to jicrsonal eni
rightly used The many
ter than others and enjoy
expenditure by more promptly
ing the worlds best pi
the needs of physical being will attest
the value to health of the pure liquid
laxative principles embraced in the
remedy Syrup of Figs
Its excellence is due to its presenting
in the form n and pleas
ant to the ta tc the refi - truly
ficiul proper
ative eneetufiliy cleansing the system
eltls headachea and 1
and tiy curing constipation
tisfactiott to millioi
met witli the approval of the m
n lwctus Kid-
iivir anl iiowels witi
hi and it 1
ffis
WRECKED
A Southern Railway Vcstibuled
Train Throv7n off the Track
Three Men Fatally Injured and Thir
teen More or Less Injured
The Triitn Take lire anil is Iturnfl With
the ion of One tar lolt ou
le Traik Iau eil 1 hi Wreck
1 artaaarinJ Ls is sjooooo
Bristol Team tct B- The west
ton v hattanooga rea
tiltile limited over I lern
way was liasiied to destruction at
Vances station four and a half miles
we t of this city at 113 Sunday after
noon The injured arc
Engineer Samuel Smith Knoxvillo
legs broken s and shoulders
Fireman Win Holmes Bristol scald
ed over 1 1
A German name unknown enr
i Francisco head and body badly
mashed
cierk
Union News agent name unknown
Harmon train porter
The passengers more or less injured
are ni Me IV
eld K 1 McKi agh sol
i L McNeer 1
The tram cot ear-
- One 111a
rand a second cli one
first class coach 01
from
New York to Memphis one Pullman
er en route from -New York to
New trleans
The train eft Bristol on time at T p
m It was dra - n i
ger engine N
lite with Samuel Smith a vel
engineer 1 t apt X
J Bell t
road in cl men
tioned the engine
of the re 1
f tin
engine S 1 say on
traiu crew am
-
gers y bruise and
badly shaken up
Ha nil b
he tram
t tire to the mil
time than it t
from the wreck wa
ward Tut re was 1
the mad o
I
New Orleans sleeper was ri
ashes r with the content
- of mail
and express The only ma
tell the tale were the charred and
blackened pieces of wo ana the iron
wheels and fixtures about the
car- a
Immediately after of the
information at headquarters In
il train was made up which con
I General Manager Hudson Sup
lent Hnger General
lim Assistant General Basse
lien cuter and Chief -Drake
to the scene of the accident Ar
riving there the eh ither
ed a score of assistant- about him and
after attending to the wants of the in
jured and bleeding removed them to
Bristol Th loss on the train will
reach
The accident was a great shock to
the officials of the road who will u e
every effort possible to hunt down and
the criminal wrecker ami lifo
to speedy justice Never in the
the old East Tennessee
orgia railway now the
Southern has there been as serious
nn accident It is almost unaccount
able how as serious a wreck could oc
cur without killing outright or badly
injuring more people The track will
be cleared and trains resume their
schedule time Monday
The news of the accident spread like
wildfire over this city and none were
pacified until full particulars were re
ceived
CheMpr Sntiir
CniCACO et 8 Resinning Monday
morning a war in sugar prices w
united by the wholesale g
Of Chicago Last May- the grocers
formed an organization to insure a uni
form profit on sugar Last Friday a
circular was mailed to all the members
of the association notifying them that
after October 8 the rules of the
would be suspended indefinite
ly Almost every jobber and whole
sale dealer being loaded to the brim
with sugar with the new crop coming
in within a few weeks the prediction
is made that the price of sugar during
the e lining week will reach the lowest
point in many years
moiils Miu lieil 10 tarts and Plows
Mfico Mex Oi sensation
lias been caused in tbis elty by the
that in the stale of Michoaeui
convicted prisoners are hitched to carta
lind plows and m labor ui
beaata of burden in the fields The as
sertion appears to be well founded and
an investigation into the case will
probably be instituted at an eariy
It is claimed by the originators of this
livstem of punishment that it is th
most effective ever devised for deadinn
with criminals and should therefore
be allowed to continue in f
Iiiil at the Dinner TaWs BRl
Kxtoinsiowx Inl Oct s IVm
lieredith tlied suddenly here Sunday
He had been in failing health for
time and after eating dinner i
rair from the table His iiead fell
back and he was death Heart disease
is assigned as the cause
The tramp whom the lady of the
house had admitted to the kitchen
table and was giving a f her
own cooking was such a plcarant looat
ing fellow that she became quite inter
ested in him After busying about
awhile che ventured into conversation
says the Detroit Free IV
You have not always been iu this
business have yon she asked
No madam he replie
Ah I thought so You liave seen
better days th
lie looked at the fine piece of pie and
of cold milk shi n on
able for him to tnhh on and laid
down his knife and fork
If you mean by better days
1 have not al
i a tramp I will is
i he
RICHMOND MADISON COUNTY KENTUCKY WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 10 1894
M
KIv V STATE NEWS peter minuit s mistake
Ja I
day
nulla
-
from him
I
1- u
and left for A
1
A 1 Harrisl nrg II
he a
purr Loosii s was I
I tlslY master a
All three of them will die
The train men injure i seriously but HAR
it is thouirht not fatally are n
Uearv Simnson lonesboro bainraire assigned tl
master arm and body injured
II Ilogers e enress in-
owes and Lo
A 1 Tnehi 1- Newixrt istal clerl
C II Markwood Jonesboro nostal
I Hai KIKY of 1
S con
sular agent at Mot was
given a similar p sierra Ma
Mex
Pi
-lo -
Nieiiolasville Jessamim In-
I A Iarkin M
ton Kent
inal
Wheelers Mill atv
Gov Brows a
of all
Robert Tiwki 1 jr a y
arc dealer and undertaker of
rai i
IMAS TlNslFV
e been a with
-
1 II iKIES A V IV
ilnmbian Fire Insorano
-
tear Trenton was enl
re toget
Loss
U s Know i is a
1 irove IV 1
m a ha
I A N
I of fraud
lior
I
bury and wroti
jailer
W L Dim -
10 upl
and lodged in jail eha
upon li 1
te in
county
ea e no one
robust in circt
cut it i n to
ng if the b dy their
contract and it is
I up on their feet
Tiik of Madison conn
ty in convention at Korea nominated
a ticket for county officers to ic voted
for November d a two
days love feast it requiring
to formulate their plan- -and
arrangements They named John B
Long for judge William Kaum
cierk lames Moore sheriff I IS Ir
vine jailer 1 P ISicknell assessor J
V Moore surveyor It is the tir t
complete county ticket the prohibi
tionists ever nominated here
supposed a paf f counterfeit
ers is at work somewhere in the vicin
ity of Fulton
Taut following penso rant-
e other day Orignal lames A
Davenpoit Cornishrille Mercer coon
ty Ebert Menah
als William Tolson Lee City
county Original widows etc Min
ors of Benjamin F sheets Louis
lSkKfY KkH a farmer who Uveal in
the northern part of Irittenden coun
ty was taken out and hanged by a mob
a few days ago llich ami IV nv Goode
another farmer had been charged with
I burning sevei al barns and stealing
calves and other property from
neighbors They were also snsp
moonshiners Oodde disappeared some
time ago ami is supposed to have left
iiintry Ilicii was called to the
Mir by a number of men w ho told
Goode was ilown the road and
wanted to see him Kich went with
the men and did not return A few
later bis SOD found li sdcadboly
i anging from a limb iu a forest near
the house
KviKKiKisiNG McLean county people
ranging to form a fair asancsar
ad in future have annual
Da Jim Mi -tit aw a snake charmer
cin of Rnssellville was bit
ten at Springfield antl is rtt expected
to live
WtriE GmrrxT a repadaive ioeking
- lodged in jail at Princ
fe keeping and to escape a i
nice lie assaulted a Miss Davis
w bite near Lafayette while the
voting lady was out riding Of
bad hard work to keep him away from
a mob and there is a possibility that
it will get him yet
A CounterfeH Schoolinaam
For fort the principal of a
yonng in Copenhagen has
been i
became very r her pupils
and v s in-
man
He Iot Worry Vc 11 llr BSSlM Vfao
loiiiiu tataae br Tweatv Fea
or in
hattan island
paid for it
It has
exet 11
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all of
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it per
r if Peter had l inT s c
nine I
im are
have
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in fact thi
the
rth of merchandise in I
OFFICIOUS FLOOR
WALKERS
How Shoppers Are Annoyed and
V
yonng
I
often
aiKHi
A little
1
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she
THE IGUANA
rum tbr Sonny
i
often com The
lizard
take the offensive
pursuit anl
rarely ha -
overtaking its victim ivii h it
taiL I r
I had
clearly illustrates il
saddle and the end trailed a loi
ground behind me A I
in the sun
ention to nry horse as it p
but t instant it head
and fixed i n the t
iwly trailing by Sud
denly it rushed after the
dealt it a succession of
with its tail When th f the
of which
pouiuled in vain had been di
the lizard with uplifted I inued
to gaze after it with evident astonish
Never before had such a won
derful snake crossed its patli
In one of the fash
vo accordiag lives
au Irishman who has ana use as
a contractor He his r ittea
the frientls of his youth
aaaaaa v ves in
distri
rot feel exactly at h ne in the big
hoaaaa but out of
an there
with him On a recent eeea
a heavy rain set in
for the visitor to take his leave
i here M etor
ley reached the door theres no
of your goin home in
I nave a spare r
Ji will
an arvat worry 1
nionod a sorvant an-
to hi- dans of a
new I trk
kept
when
at the door be I
retired ai 11 in
with
Mik ned the r I
So I am me b iol the an
pipe
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