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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

V / L. .« ♦* > ^ . • / ' % p... ^ .,«pr uiiuwm ►.:■>►> iuii.rmiiHi.i- S£- . V: . *<s>' 4B ;>:•; - •""' V W ^«< Iwfc S*.^í«r . ~v& BELTON, BELL CO., TEAS, FEBRUARY 23, 1881. VOL. -2 THE TEXAS FARMER. In I'iiMIsImmI Weekly. AT BELTON, TEXAS, BY W. P. HANCOCK & CO. that he used to some purpose, but not They .at once ran their bdftt ashore,aud with such dangerous effect as to do inhumanly thrust the pfer lady into the cave and then put of to attack us, intending no doubt t#make short more tiiau riddle our canvas and crip- ple our sailing tor the time being'. When, however, wo found him within work of us and then refill with their easy range of our small arms, wo gave rich booty. Their defin, however, him a taste of the six-pounder, which was frustrated as alreyfy seeu; and w. r. hancook, j. v. KUi.iiKH wo loaded with jrrape, and a well- now having unbound tp fair creature J. c. o'bkyan. ¡ directed volley of musketry, which we speedily explored Hie cave and n...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

79- THE TEXAS FARMER. FEBRUARY 28. THE TEXAS FARMER ' SSfSlwrBÍÍMtag™<**'- ner Bquare.] ^ ^ Official Medium of Communica- tion for the Texas State Grange. Editorial HoiM. the Are our lady friends reading Etergreen papers? We hope so. Now is the time to transplant lriut trees and all kinds of shrubbery, if not already done. A few more mild daj s and the budB of all early plants and trees will begin to swell. Mrs. Gaifield is not so reticent as the Gen., sha has already Indicated that she will not interfere wita the President elect, if he wishes to have wine atlormal dinners. Have any of our readers tested Hefley's Golden Leaf cotton seed? If they have, we will be glad to hear from them. The seed are for sale in this and adjoining counties. Let the facts come out. We have not heard oí any corn be- ing planted anv where in the state up to tljis time. When in the history of Texas, did the closing days of Februa- ry come and find no corn planted, before? The great demand for laborer* ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

/ ■ / A l'í I I FEBRUARY 23. THE TEXAS FARMER. LOCAL AND MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS. Mr. J. C. Hell agent of the Mountain Home grange store lias gone to Galves- ton to purchase a stock of goods lor his house. We submit the following asa ques- tion worthy of discussion by the sub- ordinate granges in this state: Why do not grange stores and co-operative associations advertise in the Farmer? Makeied—On the 18th inst. in the city of Belton. by Rev. C. E. Maule, Mr. Frank Forrester to Mrs. Matilda Picket all of Bell county. Wo had the pleasure of being present when the in- teresting ceremony was performed and congratulate the happy couple upon their union. Messrs J. W. Clark and W. «J. Caskey of Salado left for Galveston yesterday, the former on business for the Texas Co-operative Association, and the lat ter to purchase goods for the Salado gran^-store. Look out gentlemen, the Mighty Momus rules the realms of the Island city. Our young friend J. T. DeShields, as will appear eleswhere, has the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

I THE TEXAS FARMER. FEBRUARY 23. Jjí ' . II,. fey For the benefit of our grange read- ers, we will publish again this week and next, the questions prepared by National Lecturer for discussion in the subordinate granges for March. We do it with the hope that they will be well studied, that when the time comes they may be handled to the benefit of the order as well as to each member. In this, like many other grange move- ments there must be a co-operative effort, to reap the benefits. A proposition is pending before the legislature to so amend our state con- stitution as to allow intoxicating liquors legislated out of the state. This measure should receive the hearty endorsement of every one who loves good society and hates vice and im- morality, and should it bypassed and go before the people for ratification, should receive their entire influence for its adoption. The time has come when garden- ing should begin, and on of the first steps to success, is to gecure good seeds. Seeds ar...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

Vr \ V ¡áfUM: * flg^r if i FEBRUARY 23. THE TEXAS FARMER. Asenta for Ike Fi it and mortgage system, a system that country, nor station, as tone and tem- tken he begins to consider that he has gone fully far enough ii that direction, and stops, I step Officers of the State Grange, Execu- hasruineti thousands, and will ruin per. thtt make life joyous or miserable live Committee, Lecturers and Countv 48 raanv aore" Come to the snpport that render homes happy or wretched. Committee-men will reeeive and recept of lhe on!>' ,rue and mf',hoti ol And 1 «*• too-that in town or country, i dawn: he expects mo to use the whip; business that can make you succtesfull good sense and God s grace make life he is mistaken. As a criminal. I treat vnd independent. of what no teachers or accomplishments | liim on the silent system. I push him for subscriptions to the Farmer, and their receipts will be alld. Also mas- ters and secretaries of subordinate grn- ges, the officers of the Texas Co-oper- ati...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

THE TEXAS FARMER HI der is the weakest. I think it would xXtt have a ~<*oA effect, 1 least, by so doing you will be leading * bdpiBg hand «o otbm and gather new strength for yourselves. la tbe meantime lei u e bear from all a> speedily *> jtossible. A. J. Rose, «rf W.1L.T.S.G. !S3 3& 6 \ " ! ¡nk bin thme St diu "wcrr 'iags nfC* ipir km nw^tis*n*c; lia- -iwsawE iit E'isat.. wiMOkt tas- jc: nwp- w* w*— rae Jal" citim-rávct vine 1 U bul iiWit- '-uaOKR#«w¿ a 'wrfcrng. Tin iiáiw" ««: a* lI.«rtiuair-i* *ríW rt df-- dTwttUí- tw tmt aur wmwi is « • aebMwfi* « mnwmac fe ÚMCiM.'ijK imiuf time Hi* Imbb. <m. tn> asMtur *ff -so rra invesaeo. £>a> jfewnuu u*race sine*1- - iwiiirannnK «f'rrauk mTnrstied tha; tün wMumc^ be Piiyrr wf «* !' <f <$*«nmaÉ5^| wi ' ii« «anata - «i atenea^sa- ^c*- s -fcrrHr .¿a;e ej«s. Fakshx :—Social Point grange continue* to move on wife) tbe tide of| time, ai peace villi one another aud the balance of mankind. No strife in our ranks vhicli...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

' I • 4 ^ V u / * FEBRUARY '23. THE TEXAS FARMER. Narkft Report*. cokiuxted weekly by J. 8. rogers, agent. t. c. a. Galveston, Feb. 21,1881. The market closed weak. Futures, 12 to 18 points off froia Saturday's closing. Spot cotton weak and nomi- nal, and while the figures remain un- changed, Middling at 11 3-8, I doubt very much if 11c. could be realized. Will have no reports for to-morrow, it being general holiday. Manchester and Providence reports print cloth steady and in good demand, at a slight decline from last week's quotations. The future on cotton is anything else but favorable for better prices. All staple groceries are firm. Bacon scarce, with advancing prices. Flour 6tcady; sugars and coffees in good de- mand. cotton—official quotations. ized in his own dominions his sover- eignty will be more complete thau ev- er.—[Sherman Courier. Front Harion County. Low Ord'y Ordinary. : Good Ord'y Low midling. 101-2 Midlding : : 11 3-8 Good Mid'd'g 12 1-4 This day. 7 1-2 : 8 3-4 9....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 23 February 1881

FEBRUARY 23. THE TEXAS FARMER. vm , oreeley mnd the Ticket A*ent. A reformed ticket agent. a man now engaged in a mercantile pursuit, and who looks back with a profound mel- ancholy and remorse to his wicked career as he sailed in as a ticket agent, told me that once, in his sintul days, lie was employed at Chicago on a, through line from that incorporated Boreas on the lake to New York city, which made up ol a new combination, was "bucking" against \ auderbilt. J o extend its custom the combination had at Chicago a corps of able-bodied runners, to seize wayfarers b\ the throat and fetch them up to tho ticket agent, where the innocent traveler was to be talked into a ticket over the combination. One day an able-bodied rufliau came leading up a rough-looking customer, who wished to purchase a ticket tor New York by the way of Cleveland. Dm evidently the old white-hatted, loose-trousered, coarse-booted coun- tryman, with his white head and gog- gling look, did not know what he wanted....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

7 i r 1 * r- , -> f 5*' ' ! • Vje?r'íCyr3:Cv W ¿15 litmiiiH1' . ••:;« liicniiwini'tii. ■ X 9 fit! 1 .1 lit F 2||j¡| [jinjii inVt' K ^ Nrfp-Wi'---"' t~*V" :,3?S®Ml#ÍÉÍfi¿ f*"** . íWr' i war. Xrrjiij . • ^',* 'lÚ v ié^l ids'*1 • ■ *v • ' • ■^C4 * «' • J 'X'- *,v,,?SC«|i5Jíg3IÍSí5Í: '•"*'~JC*" O*..' - • • ' ':" ■ u~Li--■, y; ^ 3U- aA- • ■ ^ateS^f - ,s,->>•?? nT'— ^ ■•« • • Jfsííf^V.jk 'J*;'! wm £■£#* .' ¿a -S A •!*' , «-V j*3¡ v .... . - ... ■ C *JVT. V^. Vf.tt/ un rriii ritw■ i*r- V> :.c-: ;/♦>«. ?s 'i \.MVVWW\. jyvw-w^w-. VOL. 2 BELTON, BELL CO., TEXAS, APRIL 6, 1881. NO. 11 THE TEXAS FARMER. Is Published Weekly. at BELTON, TEXAN, by W. P. HANCOCK & CO. w. p. hancock, j. p. fuller .t. c. o'bkyan. TERMS: • 1.50 PER. YEAH. The mouoy invariably to accompany the names. Clrav* eftk* Author of'lfome, Nwoft Heme.*' A letter from Tunis, Africa, says: 1 must tell you ofour visit to the Prot- estant cemetery to see the grave of John Howard Payne, the immortal au- thor of "Ho...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

'•.-y :M . w . 1 OCT '; m. &J- ■ l'*® J ■ . r > ; ■'"'i J ;.v. sw¿: ! THE TEXAS FARMER. THE TEXAS FARMER Entered at the postoffiee Bel; u second-class mail n ness Office, front room, Kingsbury Building, north-eaet cor- ner square.] ™ ' Official He4i«m of ComnnmicA- tion for the Texas State Grafltf). ' toriu notes, ¡turn nuiarui x«tM ud Two days of freezing weather is re- ported in Denton county last week. The fruit crop is seriously damaged, if not entirely killed. The wool-growers of Uvalde county say the flocks will be increased folly 90 per cent this year. This is tho lar- gest average for many years. The cold wave on the first and sec-, ond of this month has seriously dam- aged the fruit crop i eastern Texas, and totally destroyed all tender garden plants. Do not fail to read the notice ot Bro. It. T. Kennedy to Secretaries of Subordinate granges in this issue. This is a matter oi some importance. Do your duty brethren. Corn planting is pretty well com- pleted and most of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

* t rrt n APRIL 6. LOCAL AND HISC£LLAXEOUS ITEMS. There will be a railroad meeting in Belton, to-night. Our office was enlivened this week by the presence of our genial friend, Mr. C. Clayton, of Crossville Burllngame's corps left Temple yes- terday, locating the M., K. & T. ex- tension south, and the average Tem- pletonian is happy. Our Mr. J. C. O'Byan is in the coun- try, where he has been quité sick for some time, but we are glad to report him convalescing. Carry your hides, bones, eggs, and every kind of country produce, to Gray & Black, at Temple, and get the highest price, cash. [tf I have for sale valuable unimproved town property suitable for residences Terms easy and prices very low. tf. F. L. Denison. Carry your hides, bones, eggs, and every kind of country produce, to Gray & Black, at Temple, and get the highest price, cash. ftf The measles have made fearful in- roads on the Farmer's help this week which has thrown us one day behind time. Carry your hides, bo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

p.. if if r<) ■ ■hp T*. ~ £ YPBIL 8. tfiE TEXAS ÍAHMER. n To aV e*g , from «hg. wttl 1m we will give one dozen carefully mated birds, of the purest and hut «trains of either of the following breeds of thorough bred poultry, namely: Plymouth Rocks, Golden Polish, Hondan or Whito Face Black Spanish. To par- emumm mt W~m mm* m 0* eta. Will N. Wallis, of jflcKlni |s one at the Fihkw's . med correspondents, and we are always glad to hear from him. lie is engaged in conducting an experiment- al farm, in Collin county, from which be sends broad-east all over the coun- try much valuable information about Texas, and Texas farming that is well ties living at a distance, we will calculated to attract attentiou and in- bare the eggs carefiiUv boxed, and lduc® immigration to our state, which delivered at the depot, free of 'cost. ¡a" S00*1 Tewns fi l!y appreciate, and We offer this premium for a double «« thankful for- His interesting let- purpose; first, to increase our circu- lation. and se...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

^ fir*#?.-. r' THE TEXAS FARMER. A OraBie (Supply atore In BcUCraaly. Every one at all familiar with the working of the business feature of the grange in Bell county, and interested in its success, will admit the value and necessity of a grange supply house somewhere on the railroad in tbe county. The matter has, on sever- al occasions, been alluded to in the Farmleb, besides being talked of exten- sively by individual patrons. Such a movement once perfected, having the approval and support of the entire county, would, we doubt not, prove of great avdantage to the cause. Ev- ery step taken to enlarge the circle oi co-operation, with the view of increas- ing its powers of usefulness, is one in the right direction, and should receive the united support of all true grang- ers. One of the most valuable les- sons learned from the teachings of the Rochdale system of doing business, is the facility it affords for expansion, and that, too, without interrupting, in the slightest degree, the ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

I m ST' I m V é~- i 1 ¿ft'. to- f. t;: •Ji'V i ip¿l í-i; ? &6& lift* It-. M ■ ^ / ' i ( im-.P ' «,'( JfH'f/ THE TEXAS FARMER. APRIL 6 liKANtiK DEPARTMENT. I0IA *®?TJ* a,1 Raw P*W, •ffickh ofn Maetei1—.ft J. Michigan. Overseer—Put Darden, Fayette, Miss. Lecturer—Houry K#hfa«iUgb, Hanover, Missouri. steward—A. J. Vaughn, Memphis, Teonesee. Asst. Steward—Wm. Sliwi Topeka Kansas. Chaplain— . U- Ellis, Springboro, Ot Treasurer-F. M. McDowell, Wayne, New York. ¿ja&HtoKW- !B"9fcW Gate Keeper—O. Dinwiddle, Orchard Grove, Indiana. Ceres—Mr . Warty H. Woodman, Paw Paw, Michigan. Pomona—Mary Low Dhrden, Fayette, Mississippi. Flora- E.M.Michol#fti,Camden,N.J. L. A.S,—II. A, Sim#, TpppHa, Kansas. EXECUTIVE Cp^ipprBK. Henley James, Marion Ind. Chairman. D. W. Aiken, Cokesbury, S. C., Sec'y. Wm, i}. Wayn^„Sene«a Falls, officer texas * «TATE «BANUE. Master—A. J. Rose, Salado. Overseer—J. E. Gray, BTenham. Lecturer—A. N. Edwards, Sulphur ^4usw«rd—Tví M. Blníock, Marshall. . Asst.' Stewar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

\ <*~N V FE APKIL 6. THE TEXAS FAHMEK. Market Report*. corrected weekly by j s. ROCtERS aoent. t. c. A. Galveston, April 5, 1881. Tho cotton market has been unusu- ally dull for the past week, up to yes- terday, when Liverpool showed signs of reaction sufficiently strong to stim- ulate buyers. New York responded by advanco of one-eight on all grades below Low Middling. The lower grades are now in better demand with some hope of still better prices as, 1 l-2c. and is too great a difference in grades. All staple goods aro firmer, especially is this true of coffee, sugar and bacon. Higher prices are expect- ed. Cotton closed firm, with sales of 1,812 bales. Tho demand for corn has been promptly supplied, at figures rang- ing from 50 to 54 l-2c., and the supply seems to be in excess of the demand at these figures. We would advise shippers to sell at home, for a time, at least, if full prices can be had. official quotations. This day. Low Ord'y 5 7-8 Ordinary, : : 71-8 Good Ord'y 81-4...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 6 April 1881

THE TEJÍAS FARMER. APRIL 6 >1 , m Sfta ' pi'*. *\1 . bv&fU st4,r - ife' :<;■• • r i, . Vi4. : :«WV-•; V I "ife " V j/^ír ■^áá V,?j' ?' ■' . ... ■ fc&'ir v-' ■'•rt W ¿21 i -f\. Ü c;: r ^ 'Á1 >•' K-: ^ «..?••• „ ... 1 ActlufTocetlirr. Act|* mw¥tl iu which tlio Grange proposes to help the former. This covers tlio whole range of united effort through which he can protect all hia interests, tiud re- lieve himself from .burdens imposed upon his class by other and inoro thor- oughly united intcrcstl. By acting together, farmers hi sev- eral states have secured much substan- tial relief from unjust und heavy taxa- tion through "tux reform." py acting together, fkrnnjrs in a number of states opposed the unjust discriminations of railroads in their rates and other impositions and have enacted laws that have not only brought relief, but have been sustained in the supreme court of tho United States. By acting together through petitions to Congress and making thoir demands felt,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

Tfexa 3-rirmn: i vvWW AVV\VV\ www VOL. IV. BELTON, BELL COUNTY, TEXAS, JANUARY 9, 1884. V Vu\V\\\N -.V NO. 37. ON TilK TIIRENHOI.D. part- as J UHt while o new Only one year ayo and we stood, lug. With an old year Kr wn gray, year, just «tiu-tliiR Un Its"soft !>al y wings, with Its arms full of treasures, Seemed to promise, anew, nil the vanished year's pleasures. We have danrod on Us hillsides, have mourned in its valleys: Been «la«l, or been had, brightly hopeful, or careless. Have drank of Its fullness, have breathed of it« flowers, Iluve gathered, have garnered, have joyed through its hours, Till a stroke of the bell Bids it endless farewell! Still old time doss not stop, and the world keepsou moving, Ami who lags may get left, in an age that's improving, So we may not look back w ith regrets or re- pining, But must burnish our armor, and keep our lamps shining! Press onward, press onward, still hopeful, still steady! Be our hearts evfcr warm and our hands ever ready! Seal the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

M«IM Mediant j«Coinmanie tlon for tlie Tccm StaleOra###' \ V Entered at the I'oitofUco at Helton, iexa , ai aecomt-claí mall master. WEDNESDAY, JAN. «, 188*. Our editor acknowledges himself in- debted to Senator S. B. Maxey lor val- uable public documents. — ♦ • — It look us two weeks to Hud the comet. If you have not seeu It.it is bccausc it is not where you think it is- Thc legislature and Live-Stock con- vention met yesterday in Austin. It is now about time for the tence cut- lers to make an assignment. The l'atrons of Trov, have recently purchased lots to extend their lumber business Their yards are under the management ot Mr. Hickerson. — ■ ♦ t —— It you can't meet votir liabilities don't ruake an assignment. (Jet. up, as it ''wur' a kind oí church testival for t he benefit of your creditors. Wc arc indebted to Worthy Master A. J. Roso for a copy of the proceed- ings of the recent session of the Na- tional Grange, the first we have been able to get hold of. The twenty-fifth ann...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

v< •' ffl' "Mi: TOWN ANDCOUNTY NOTES. .Main street booms. I low do you like the weather? Fai rweather & Walker have moved to Main street. Hon. A. J. Harris, our popular and oilicicnt Senator, left for Austin Mon- day. •St itli & Vandiver arc now occupy- ing the Saunders building on Main street. Hon. (j. C. Pendleton has aono to Austin to sew what ho can do for I he fence cutters. The most of the business being doue now, is "for the benefit ot creditors," and still they are not happy. L. Whaley, furniture dealer, made an assignment last Saturday for the benefit of his creditors. Jijo A. Dean assignee. Liabilit ies !*'2900. assets $2100. Worthy Master Koso passed through Bolton yesterday on his way to the County Grauge of Milam county, that meets at .1 mes l'rairio on the 101 h in^t. So far as the Farmbk is informed, Prof. J. 10. Murray, of Oenaville, this couuty, was the only representative ol Bell couuty in the recent State Teach- ers' Association at Austin. N. II. lliith...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Texas Farmer — 9 January 1884

18 PUBLISHED EVEKY WKDNMDAY at ' Itf BKXTOX, .TEXAN, BY TEXAS FARMER CO-OPERATITE PUBLfflflW ASS0CIA1 pathüns of husbanbhy. J. r. Fuller. Editor and Business Manager. HOARD UK DIRECTORS. J, B. Lowa, President, Rusk, Texas. A. M. Kkllah, Treasurer, Temple, lexas. A.J. Rosk,'Salado, Texas. H. L Ravkn, Merrelltowu, Texas. Hknry K. Fahhaii, Jewett. Texas. C. U. II01.1.IH, Madlsouvllle, lexas. F. 8. Wadk, McDaile. Texas J. F. Fullkb, Secretary, Helton, Texas. Tihmh—$1.80 per annum, strictly in advance. Office of publication, Up Stairs, over C. L. Trim A Co 's Grocery Store. East Avenue. Remittances can t>e made by draft, postal roone. order or registered letter at our risk, and aboulil be made payable to Tkxas I aumkh. • Correspondence solicited from every section of the state, on Grange and agricultural sub- "corsespondents should write on but one side of the paper, and be as brief and pointed as cir- cumstances will allow. ,, All communications must be accompanied liy the "«meof the...

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