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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 January 1880

t '5' 17 THE IOLAJIEGISTEK. Published Every Friday. IOLA, .... KANSAS. HEBE AND THERE. The widow of Agassiz was the first "woman to cast her vote in Boston at the recent municipal elections. Mbs. Hayes was assisted in receiving her New Year's callers by four young ladies Miss Matthews, daughter of the -ex-Senator; two Misses Jones of Cin cinnati, and Miss Lucy Cook, Mrs.. Hayes's cousin. John Maddocks and Henry Quin of Dublin, the former in the clear and unencumbered possession of $30,000 a year, and both in full possession of health and competence, committed sui cide early in the century for no. other reason than that they were tired of the unvaried repetitions and amusements, to them insupportably insipid, of ex istence. A Chicago thief shaved off his mus tache after robbing a lady in the street, and by that means made it impossible for her to identify him when he was ar rested ; but he could not long resist the desire to look his best, and three months later, when the new mustach...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 16 January 1880

Report of the oral examination of the 3d, 4th, and 6th, Grades of the lola Pub lic schools, . Ti.r.KATETHRA8HEE, V J, h-ZZ It fe' ttt i r.FIVE CEXTSFEbVUXE. Ella Ramsay. Grade 3 'Grace Acres Dee Arnold Lizzie. Bell Schuyler Brewster. Anna Clark....'.:.. Ollie Dungan...... May Ellis Cbarl ie Hart ley . . . . Zora Harris Anna McDouald. . . Fannie McClure. . . . Prank Scott Kate Smith Charlie Smith Kuhamer Smith , Percy Welch .-, Fred Young 100 ICO 1(0 100 ioo: no f i a 1 1 J9100 id, 100 feO !C tts'lOJ 9aj 10() 1(10100 9810:1 lOOlltt) lOOjlOo i notion 100 1001 h9 100 100100 96 97 99 ttt 100 91 100 100 93 100 99 99 95 9i 93 97 94 981100 Grade 4. Advertitementt not exceeding Ten Line can be in serted under this heading for Five cent per line for each publication. "Xo," "Found," uWantcd," "To Jtauy ' Etc., will be found here. Carrie Arnett , Anna Bell Dannie Bush Willie Battels Bell Clark 21 addie Colborn Emma Eshbaugh... IresGoforth Clara Harris . Otis Hodgson Chloe Jones May Loomis Sadi...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

: -j-rev fcjnnt- w l " ' . i ' J T rrv- r TOLA REGISTER. jf tsH. t 01 lit V i NO. 5 IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUARY 23, 1880. YOL. XIV. OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. V, , 33' OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLES COUHTr.CX Ur PltJlAb rAFKK OF THE VITX U' lUIiA. Advertising Rates. space. 11 w'kli w'k ljrao. 3 mo. 0 mo. 1 y. Subscription Rates- One copy one year. .. , $2.00 One copy six months 1 00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeks, 25 cents. Single copy, 5 cents. H. A. Fkbkixs, Prop. CHURCH DIRECTORY. PRESBYTERIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and Western Street. !....... .. 11 vi ami f 9 m ArnrvRflllhutll. 1 inch $100 $1.80 $3 00 $5 00 $7 50 $10 2 inches.... 2 00 2 50 4 00 7 50 10 00 15 3 incites.... 2 50 3 00 6 00 10 00 15 00 20 I column.. 3 50 5 00-8 50112 00 20 00 35 1Z column.. 6 00 8 00 12 00 25 00 40 03 5 'Lcolumn... 10 00 15 00 25 00 1 40 00 05 00 100 ' Sabiiath techool at 0:45a m. Prayer meetingev erv Wednesday evening . If you huven' t a list of Strangera are welcome to all these services. E. S. MiLLEn...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

THE IOLA KEGISTEK. Published Every IViday. - - - - . KANSAS. IOLA, CURRENT TOPICS. At1 the recent meeting of the Board of Indian 'Commissioners in Washing ton, charges of a serious character were preferred Tiy Gen. Clinton B. Fisfc against Commissioner Hayt. The lat ter challenged an immediate inve ga tion. A Berlin-dispatch of the 10th re- ported that Bismarck's condition was rapidly growing' worse au his death "was considered jmminent. , , Information was received at the War Department on the 12th . that the Indians at Mescalero Agency, New Mexico, were threatening serious trouble and thattGen. Pope had ordered all the available troops in the southern part of the Territory to march thence at once. The renegade Apache Indians under Morrow have also returned from Mexi co to their old haunts and are liable to resume their raids upon settlers. Tiie Senate Negro Exodus Investigat ing Committee, composed of Messrs. Voorhees, Vance and Pendleton, Demo crats, and Wihdoni and Blair, Republ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

! ) l) lTHE IOLA REGISTEE.' IOLA, Published Every Triday. - - - KANSAS. AGRICULTURAL. Keep the StableClean. We need to impress upon all dairymen some idea of what is necessarily classed under the head of cleanliness in the dairy. The - stable must be clean, free from manure and all offensive odorous matter, and -enough sawdu3t, dry dirt, plaster, or -other effective absorbent and deodorizer used to remove all disagreeable smells. "The stable must be well ventilated, and the cows have plenty of fresh pure air to breathe. This must be, in summer -or winter, as foul air, as well as foul -food, will taint the whole system of the -cow and impart its odor and flavor to the milk. Air, food and drink must be 'jpure, and the surroundings clean and sweet. If this is not the condition under "which the cow is kept, then there is not sufficient cleanliness in this part of the -dairy. Very seldom do we see a stable that even approximates this degree of cleanliness. Yet this is indispensable, -as ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

I t "ioV 3, V . V 1.. v . isjj IOLA REGISTER. teems: '.One year, in advance, $2 00 Six months; in advance,. 1 00 Three months, in advance, 50 'fTOur readers, n replying to advertisements in The Register, will confer a favor by ttating to the advertiser that they saw the advertisement in THE IOLA. REGISTER. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. H. A PERSONS, EDITOR. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace of Iola township, at the ensuing election. W. G. McDON'ALD, I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola township, at the ensuing election. C. A. STEELE. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola town ship, subject to the February election. ' J. K. BOYD. I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola township, at the ensuing election. J". A. CHRISTY. Blaine, of Maine, seems to be on top. Our choice for President : The man who will carry the most votes. Scarlet fever is so bad in Olathe that there i...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

THE GOLDEN OPPORTIHT Don't Hiss It, At closinb out m TTe wZZ offer for the next Sixty Days our en tire Winter Stock at a GREAT REDUCTION in Prices to make room for our Spring Stook. These Goods Must Sell at Sonic Price. Call and see for yourselves and be con vinced that we have the cheapest and best selected stock of Flannels, Blankets, Waterproofs, Jeans, Shawls, Cloaks, Ladies' Underwear, Childrens Undeiivear, Mens Zfnderwear, Boys Underwear, Fine Shirts, ' Felt Skirts, Kid Gloves, fleck Ties, Hosiery, Gloves, Roods, Nubias, Germantowjb Yarn, Zephyrs, In all the Popular Shades, Towels, Table Linen, Wool Jackets, Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Handkerchiefs, AND , Canton Flannels. All goods at our uni formly low prices cheap for Cash. A FULL LINE OF GOiVTS THREAD ALWAYS Off HAND. ThtStandard Thread of the World! All ave ask of the pub lic is to call and see the Goods, and price, before purchasing elsewhere. REMEMBER TEE PLACE And Neyer to fee Undersold IS THE MOTTO AT 31 0 CXjTTXJErS Ch...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

A Word to the Wise. A. Why clamor; and cry, and snout, And wrestle, and tear thy hair? The lives of the saints -were sweet, In spite of snare. - - It is turn and turn about It is tax, and tithe, and tare ; And the bitterest fruit to eat Our own lives hear. Shall we storm the turrets of Doubt To find the dragon Despair, When here at our very feet Faith nestles fair? Gather up thy pkilosophtes Ere the future find thee undone; Tell u whither, blind sons of the blind, Our systems run. Do the swallow's wings sweep the skies, When her ultermost flight is won? In space isthere aught forthe mind" To lean upon? Nay, then thou art overwise, And with thee all years are one ; .. Shalt thou tax thy wisdom to find The central sun? ill. Why shatter the old belief Till the new is found to be true? Shall the dead, who are sanctified, Be shrjven anew? From the sprouting seed to the sheaf Fiom passion-flower to yew We must pass on the hither side: The steps are few. Go, leave us all to the"grief And t...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

-- W fe-WWR.3T Ukown Paper" Against the Colt. The " old woman's " remedy for a cold on" the chest, a sore throat, or a bruise, which consisted in an applica tion of brown paper steeped in beer or vinegar, owed its efficiency to the heat retaining properties of the paper. A wet pad of this material, so far as the surface of the skin was concerned, act ed almost as well as a layer of wet linen rag protected with a thick covering of flannel. In short stout paper of the commonest sort is an effective non-conductor, and may be most advantageously-employed as -covering for beds, or to eke out scanty clothing. If this were generally known among the poor,strong sheets of thick paper would be stitched to the backs of ragged quilts, with the result of rendering many a poor family comfortable because Tjetter protected from the bitter weather of these winter nights. A piece of thick paper insert ed between the lining and the cloth of a waistcoat, or in the back of a thin coat, will render it wa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 23 January 1880

EDUCATIONAL COUTH. School Teachers. From the New York Evangelist. Few parents realize how intimate the relation is which a teacher sustains to their child. They forget that for many hours each day he stands in their place, settling disputes, redressing wrongs, heal ing wounds, and easily winning his love. To her he carries flowers, fruit, and other tokens of his childish affection. He tells her his joys and sorrows, hopes and plans. Sometimes, indeed, he confides in her more freely than in his parents, for chil dren are quite apt to reveal to some friend depths which are carefully hidden from the eyes of their own family. I would not underrate the work of Sabbath School teacher, but which, do you think, does more towards the forma tion of your child's character, the one who, arrayed in Sunday apparal, spends two hours with him each week, or the one who mingles the current of her daily lifts with his, and becomes a second mother to him ? The public school reaches a class that the Sab...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

KU b.U to REGISTER. OLA -4- 8?!? AOL.XIV. IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, JANUAKT 30, 1880. OUR ANNOUNCEMENT. S3- OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLEN COUXTY.S OFFICIAL PAPER OF THE CITY OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. SPACE. 1 inch 2 inches 3 inches X column. . column.. 1 column... lw'k $1 oo 2 oa 2 no 350 GOO 10 00 2 w'k ljmo. $1 50 2 50 300 5 00 800 15 00 3 mo. 33 00 4 00 6 00 8 50 12 00 25 00! $5 CO 7 50 10 00 12 00 25 00 40 00; Gmo. $7 50 10 CO 15 00 20 00 40 OJ 65 00 l'y. $10 IS 20 35 b5 100 Subscriotiom Rates. One copy one year ?'S2 One cony 6ix months - I.00 Three months, 50 cents. Six weeKfl, io cents, Single copy, 5 cents. . . H. A. Pkhkixs, Prop CHURCH DIRECTORY. PEE3BYTEEIAN. Corner Madison Avenue and "Western Street. Preaching at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. every Sabbath. Sabbath school at J :45 a in. Praj er nicetingev vry Wednesday eenine. If you haven't ahstof the pravcr meeting topics, ask the leader for one. Strangers are welcome to all these services. E. S. Miller, Pastor. BAPTIST. On Sycamo...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

A Missed Opportunity. I had never thought of her; we walked With June underfoot and overhead, had never thought of her ; we talked ; And I never noticed what we said. fell on flowers with my lout's long feet; I shocked the solemn old oaks with laugh ter; I droned of weather, the way, the wheat; Her glance said shyly, And what comes after? Kind counsels dropped from a clement sky; The way was made, as it were, for two ; I could only hear the crickets cry; She heard, higher up, the white doves coo. I eighteen, crude and ashamed to please; She eighteen, ripe, with a looking-glass ! The birds sang love to-her in the trees, And the crickets hissed me in the grass ! She rifled herries in many a bush, The white arm flashed in many a tnrn; A sunbeam broke on it like a blush; I watched a plover rise from the fern. A brook ran rollicking on our way; "We stopped a moment and as we stood The sweet, warm, amorous air of May Hymned nymen, Hymen throughout the wood. Her voice had tender and timid ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

) I I ) f DOMESTIC ECONOMY. Fried Onions. Peel, wash, cut cross ways so as to form undivided rings, flour well and fry in drippings for about ten minutes; drain, sprinkle with salt ana pepper and serve. Sour-milk Cake. One pint of sour muK, two cups of sugar, two cups of uyFcu raisins, one-naif cup of butter, one dessert-spoonful of soda, all kinds of spice; stir in flour till quite thick. New Hampshire Johnny Cake. Two teacups of Indian meal, one teacuD of flour, one and one-half teacups of sweet milk, one-half teacup of sour miiK, two tablespoonfuls of molasses, one-half teaspoon of salt. Pork Cake. One-half pound of cnopped pork, one cup of hot water, one cup of sugar, one-half cup of mo lasses, two eggs, one-half a teaspoonful of soda, one teaspoonful of cloves, two thirds cup of raisins and a little cassia. Canned Corn Fritters. Drain off the liquor from a can of corn, chop fine, add three beaten eggs, a small cup of milk, a tablespoonful of melted butter, two tablespoonfuls of...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

IOLA REGISTER. TERMS: One year, in advance, $2 00 Six months, in advance, 1 00 Three months, in advance, SO J3"0ur readers, in replying to advertisements in The Register, will confer a favor by ttating to the advertisers that they taw the advertisement in THE IOLA KEGISTEB. OFFICIAL PAPER OF COUNTY. B. A. PERKINS, : : : : EDITOR. ANNOUNCEMENTS. I am a candidate for Justice of the Peace of 161a township, at the ensuing election. w. g. Mcdonald I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola township, at the ensuing election. C. A. STEELE. I hereby announce myself as a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola town ship, subject to the February election. ' J.K.BOYD. I am a candidate for the office of Justice of the Peace of Iola township, at the ensuing election. J. A. CHRISTY. Hon. E. B. Washburn is a candidate for Governor of Illinois. MajEIopkins has been re-appointed Warden of the State penitentiary. Mrs. Senator Con&ing is spending the winter at...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

) i BE GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY Don't Miss It, At "CLI o C3L.X7XUES'S CL0SIN& OUT S4LE ! IOLA REGISTER. FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 1880. K. C, I S. R. R. TIME TABLE. PASSENGER 5?w FREIGHT 2 35 P.M. GOUG BOOTH. PASSENGER WP. H. Close connections made at Kansas City and through tickets for sale to all eastern points. E. S. Ayebs, iLocal Agent. We will offer for the next Sixty Days our en tire Winter Stock at a GREAT REDUCTION in Prices to make room for our Spring Stook. These Goods Must Sell at Some Price. Call and see for yourselves and be con vinced that we have the cheapest and best selected stock of Flannels, Blankets, Waterproofs, Jeans, Shawls, Cloaks, Ladies' Underwear, Childrens Underwear, Mens Underwear, Boys Underwear, Fine Shirts, Felt Skirts, Kid Gloves, Neck Ties, Hosiery, Gloves. Soods, Nubias, Germantown Yarn, Zephyrs, In all the Popular Shades, Towels, Table Linen, Wool Jackets, Silk Handkerchiefs, Linen Handkerchiefs, AND Canton Flannels. LOCAL. HATTERS. Business Locals wider ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

THE IOLA EEGISTEE. IOLA, Published Every Friday. - -- - - KANSAS. CUBRENT TOPICS. On the 17th Major Morrow - again came up with Victoria in the San'Mateo Mountains and drove him from his.posi tion. Lieut. French was killed and'two scouts wounded. Enemy's loss Inot known. . . , The management of the Louisville, Uashville and .Great Southern Railrdad have purchased a majority of the stock. in the Nashville, " Chattanooga and St. Louis Railway. 'Under this arrange ment the entire line from Hickman,Ky., to Chattanooga, with several branches, passes into the hands of the L., N. and G. S., giving that company control of i some 3,500 miles of road, being the largest system in the entire South. The President has nominated James Russell Lowell, present Minister to Spain, to be Minister to England; John TV. Foster present Minister to Mexico, to be Minister to Russia; Lucius Fair child, present Consul-General at Paris, to be Minister to Spain; and Philip H. Morgan to be Minister to Mexico. The...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

. I ;the!pla,.kejistek. Published Every Friday. IOLA, KANSAS. INVESTIGATION PfiOCEEDLNGS The Colored Exodos. Tn,Q .. WA8HIXGTOX,Jan. 19. xne Senate Committee, consisting of Messrs. vprhees, Vance, Pendleton, VVindom and iair, appointed to investigate the causes of tne exodus of colored people from the South- "fcod e3' commenced taking testimony The first -witnesses examined were Rev. J. b. Kaukin. pastor of the Congregational Church in this city, and Thomas L Thulock, Assistant Postmaster at Washington, both of whom testiiied they had no personal knowl edge of the causes of the exodus, and knew nothing of the widely scattered circular to which their names were appended, appealing to the people of the United States for money to assist freedmen in finding reluge from per secution, etc., except that they had promised to serve as members of the Board of Audit for the Emigrant Aid Society therein refer red to. J. IV. Cromwell of Washington (colored), a clerk in the Treasury Department, a...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 30 January 1880

i-1 I3A If people would make it a rale to pat- ronikeliome institutions in every case pos- 'siDie tne prosperity of, the community tarald be more marked. . The March Scribner will contain the long-looked-for paper on "The Tile Club Afloat," which is said to be even better, both in text and pictures, than "The Tile Club at Play," which was acknowl edged to be the "magazine hit" of the last season. St. Nicholas for February opens with two Child'-Songs by Alfred Tennyson, the poet laureate of England. One of these is reprinted near the end of the number with its music which was also sent by Mr. Tennyson. The frontispiece, a full-page paper on fine gray paper, rep resents the "Princess in the Tower," and was engraved on wood by G. Kruell after a mezzotint engraving by. Samuel Cousins of the painting by J. E. Millais. Among the principal rules prepared by the Spelling Reform Association, of wnicn jrroiessor Aiarcn 01 iiarayette col lege is president, are the following: Omit a from the di...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 February 1880

REGISTER. tf? V JOL. XIV. rr IOLA, ALLEN COUNTY, KANSAS, FEBRUAET 6, 1SS0. NO. 7 OLA OTJ2, ANNOUNCEMENT. i OFFICIAL PAPER OF ALLES COUSTY.CS OFFICI VL PAPEK OF THE CITT OF IOLA. Advertising Rates. space. 1 v. 1 inch . . - incised... .5 inches ... i column.. ,'Xl column. ,l4oltimn... Subscription Rates. wnp coy one car $2.00 One com- si months. 1 00 Six Mccks, 25 cents. Ihrec months, 50 cents. single coy, 5 cents. II. A. Fkekcts, Prop. Carlyle Items. Weather clear and winterish. Some of our farmers were plowing lst week. The Quakers are having quite inter esting revival meetings. They are :ire well attended and are doing a great deal of good. The Carlyle cemetery has recently been enclosed by a five foot stone Avail. If some of the people would set out trees and shrubbery it would look very much better. t Sabbath School at the Carlyle church every Sabbath at half past nine o'clock and preaching every other Sunday by Rev. E. K. Lynn. There are no vacant houses in this vicinity. Severa...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Iola register. — 6 February 1880

Helen of -T re. What phantom is this that appears Through the purple mists of the years, Itself hut a mist like these? A woman of cloud and of fire; It is she: it is Helen of Tyre, The town in the midst of the seas? O Tyre ! in thy crowded streets The phantom appears and retreats, And the Israelites, that sell Thy lilies and lions of brass, Look up as they see her pass, And murmur " Jezebel J" Then another phantom is seen At her side, in a gray gabardine, With beard that floats to his waist; It is Simon Magus, the Seer; He speaks, and she pauses to hear The words ho utters in haste. He says : " From this evil fame, Froin this life of sorrow and shame, I will lift thee andmako the mine ! Thou hast been Queen Candacc, And Helen of Troy, and shalt be The Intelligence Divine!" Oh, sweet as the breath of morn, To the fallen and forlorn, Are whispered words of praise, For the famished heart believes The falsehood that tempts and deceives, And the promise that betrays. So she follows from ...

Publication Title: Iola Register, The
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