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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

Stlje -ffimcs, fa Bloomftclir, Ja. Zueaday, January 21, 1873. LOCAL DEPARTMENT. HUM Jai. Sir. Apr. Baj Join 1 1 ! .V 4 ft h mm :1 ;i i.i i4iMi." 'i '.-.) 3i;aa '. i '- ,. "si"' fct'bi":! ,.t m i if ; f ... . J u m m r i t n n ir i;t 14 'fi tc II ! ISJ -J' '.I Kl i ifl X' -W , :rt i i: i r ! i T! I" 'i 11 19 1? '14 16 iR 17 ll 1 3 51 H t) fl4 tt IT , 9V JO 1 9 10 11 1? ii 14 '." . if if 's '.a "t "il''iil "!"' J i Sept. Oft i a sj o fl ?! 0 1" " 13 i 1.1 14 15 Id IT 1 IS i 21 K 3 ) ifl M I i: so w au ...i. 'H 1H H 1ft 1 IT ti ilO Vft II 51 It 14 Rot. ...t...... i I id 4 ft T I 0 10.11 IS M 14 lb 4 6' Tt ' lf In w i 14 i n m it i i i m ta JPt 34 S6 17 ffl 3 l-sl-, ! Dee. i 10 11 II 13 It ' Tl ' 0 10 II If M , V I1 1 I t I 15 18 17 ;l IP Ho CI K t HiSb m,s; W, : .m, ... I... 1 ... I ... ' ... 14 In IS 17 IK 10 tn 131 25 S-1 M 30 tT W 31 . , . .. tW We call the attention of capitalists to an advertisement headed 10 per cent, in vestments. J. T. R. The lottcr you refer to failed to reach...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

6 tmc0, Him Bloomfafo, $a. lit fjlaamficlb Stmts. Tuesday, January ill, 1873, FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS We iniHte commiinlmtionnfromaU persontwhonr interested in mutters properly belonging to thit department. Keep the Cattle (Growing. The most successful breeders of horses, cattle, sheep or swine, know from experi ence that although they may possess the hest nnimals 1 for breeding, they will uot bo successful in producing supoi'lor stock if a continual growth of young an imals is not kept up. In oidcr to begin in time at this indispcnsablo preparation of success, the brood marcs, cows, ewes and sows are most carefully and suitably fed while with young, and as soon as the young nnimals make their appcaranco, thoy are taken the greatest care of, the dams being suitably fed whilo sucking, and when the young ones are weaned, they are not sup posed to want for food or drink a single hour. By this means a continuous or rapid growth is kept up, and the animals attain a largo Bize and heavy ...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

ljc tmcs, Nctti i Bloomftclir, )a." Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. rhiladelpliia Advertisements. HUMOROUS. No Person can take these Hitter accord ing to directions and remain lonfc unwell, provided ilicir bones are not destroyed bv mineral poison or oilier means, nd Hie vital organs wasted beyond the point Dy!ei! or Indlfrention. Headache, Vain In the Shoulders, Coughs, TiRlitnem of the Cliesl, liness, Smir Eructations of the Stomach, Had Taste in the Month, Hiliou Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of the Limits, l'ain in Hie region! of the Kiitnevs, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Femnle Complntiita, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display to decided an inllueuce tliat a marked improvement is soou percep-...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 21 January 1873

8 Terrible Snow Storm. The recent snow storms in Minnesota are stated to have been unparalleled in vio lence and in disastrous results. ' On the lines of the Winona and St.PetorH railroad, tbe snow bad drifted to the height of the telegraph poles, and packed so tight that men seat to clear the track were actually able to step ovc- he top of tbe poles. A party of the men who worked westward from New Ulm, discovered tbe frozen body of a tnan,seated in his wagon, five feet deep under the snow. The heads of the horses were just visible through the drifts. The unfortunate man was only twenty rods dis tant from the Btation of Nicollet. He left there about two o'clock on the seventh of January, with a couple of horses before the storm broke out. It is supposed that he then turned back, and, losing his way, wandered in a circle around tho station, finally perishing almost within call of help. An other roan was found frozen dead, stand ing by his barn door. Two other men were also found stif...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

itl A a" A A A A JK''-':'n; BP i , 11 1 in m nirni v it i ii ip no wr r " i iri i i i it ai -a tti id. mi i hi is ik ir m rilr' AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. " Sr....'' Vol. VII. New Bloomlleld, Pa., Tuesday, January 28, 1873. IVo. 4. n luloomfifib (Linus. 18 PUBLISHED EVBHT TUESDAT MORNIHQ, BT . FRANK MOETIMEE. & CO., At New Bloomlleld, Terry Co., Ta. Belli; Ina provided with Steam Power, Mid lar Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kinds of Job-Printing In good style and at Low i'riues. ADVKRTI8ING KATK8I Trantlmt 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion. 13 two Insertions 16 " "Jhree insertions. Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marrlaeus or Deaths Inserted free. Tributes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. Ose Inch one year J 10,00 Two inches " 1 18-00 .For lonptcr yearly adv'ts terms will be given upon application. THE THREE BLACK BAGS. A HiniOEOTJS STOEY. riIIERE wore three of thorn, all ofshin I ing black lea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

rt The New Teacher. i ; ' A California Story ; "VTTlfEN l ho expected ?" If " They said lie was coming in to-night's stage." rtHe taught in 'Frisco, didn't lie?""' -. " Yes I guess be was in the department." The doctor's wife was ' an authority on all matters in Russian Bar, and on this last sensation, the coming of a schoolmaster, she freely enlightened her neighbor, Airs, Blunt, a plump widow, whose miner hus band had died a few months before. There was not much to gossip about in that quiet village. The arrival and departure of the stage brought the people to their doors three times a week, and if a stranger was noticed, eovoys were immediately dispatch ed to the hotel to learn his name and busi ness, and the probable length of his stay. But now Russian Bar was to have a new schoolmaster, and the folks wondered much if he would have any ' trouble with Sam Seymour, the butcher's boy, or Ike Walk er, an unruly spirit, who had knocked down and pummeled the last preceptor, who un der...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

l)c Jiritnc!5,fiNtu)al3!opmficl6 J3ct. 3 t.Tfta U. D. Mutual i Aid Society of Pennsylvania Present the following plan for consideration to uch persons who wish to become members : The payment of SIX DOLLARS on application, FIVE DOLLARS annually lor foiib ykaks, and thereafter TWO DOLLARS annually during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death f each member, which for the First Class Is as follows: Age 15 ;e 17 .18 in .22 23 24 25 2fl 27 ment A0 ment Age . 60 28 73 "41 01 i 74 42 62 31) 75 43 63 31 77 44 04 32 79 45 65 33 81 4H 66 84 83 47 67 35 85 48 68 36 m 4 60 87 87 M 70 38 8S 51 71 39 89 62 72 40 1KI 63 92 M M 69 ' ort 61 t8 67 1 00 68 1 00 69 1 12 60 1 18 61 1 24 62 1 30 63 1 40 64 1 50 65 1 60 ment 1 70 1 80 . 1 92 2 04 2 16 2 28 2 40 2 4fl 2 60 2 65 2 60 2 65 ENiaMA,,lBPAUT;IBNT. Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at his death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death 'Ay member, or his heirs, may name a successor...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

4 NEW BLOOMFIELD, TENN'A. v Tuesday, January 28, 1873. Gov. IIartranpt, has appointed Col. M. 8. Quay, of Beaver county, as Secretary of State, and Samuel F. Dimmick, of Wayne county, ns Attorney General. The United States Senate have passed the bill repealing the " Franking Privilege" but amended it slightly so that it has to go back to the House for concurrence. It is probable the bill will now become a law. If passed it goes into effect July 1st, 1873. Tite Constitutional Convention have passed a section changing election days. Tho section provides that State, Con gressional and Presidential elections shall take place in November, and all municipal and township elections, on the third Tues day in February. s The President has issued an order for bidding Federal Office holders to hold office under state or local authority, but says the order has no reference to officers of School Hoards, or Justices of the Peace. After the 4th of March, Federal offices filled by those holding offi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

luesday, January 28, 1873. iOCJt DEPARTMENT. To Correspondents. We wish our cor respondents to remember tbat we go to press Monday laftortioon, and consequently letter intended for publication wbich do not reach us Saturday evening are too Into to be of any service. For several weeks all our 'lower end' correspondence has reached us on Monday evening. ' They will also please remember that the name of the writer is required. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing sales, bills for which have been ordered, at this oflico : February 8th Poter Low, of Pcun town ship, will sell horses, cows, hogs, farming utensils and household furniture. ' February 15th Levi Bcllara, will sell on tbe farm of Elizabeth Kathfon In Wbeatflold twp., hsrses, colts, cows, 1 heifer, two wagons, plows and farming implements generally. March Oth Wm. Glenn, of Carroll twp., will sell live stock, wagons, farming Imple ments and furniture. March 12th Samuel Brlner,of Tyrone twp., will sell live stock, wagons and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

, .Taefiday,, January 28, ,iS73. v. FABM AND HOUSEHOLD . ITEMS ITe fneffe commtmfeaf fonsrom all pertonvho are interested in matter) properly belonging to tkit department. Taking Cold. Dr. Hall, in a communication to the Philadelphia Evening Star, give the fol lowing (information about colds: '' Scientifically speaking, oold is merely a negative state of matter a diminished de gree of molecular motion. This may be tho occasion of disease, for all extremes of temperature produce morbid conditions. But the common causos of the disoase which is termed a "cold," are just the op posite of those mentioned Jn the article . quoted. "Taking cold," as applied to dis ease, would be more correctly expressed by the phrase . "taking heat." Going from a very cold to a very warm atmosphoro sud denly, or exposing a part that is very cold to a hot lire, occasions a hundred "colds," while mere exposure to cold occasions one. Indeed, it is impossible to "take cold," iu the technical sense of the term, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. Thiladelphia Advertisements. 1 HUMORblTS' ITEMS. Ho Person can take these Bitten accord eg to direction and remnin long unwell, provided their bones re not destroyed by mineral poison or other mean, and the vital organa wasted beyond the point Dyepepata or IndlRnlon. Headache, Vain in Ilia bhouldera, Cnuglis, Tightness of the Chest, l)ia ainess, Sour Eructationa of the Stomach, liad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of tin Heart, Inflammation of th Lunas, Pain in the reniona of the Kidneys, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lenffthy advertisement. For Female Coniilituis, in young or old, married or single, at the dawn of womanhood, or the turn of life, thesa Tonic Bitters display so decided an influence that a marked improvement is soon percep tible. . For Inflammatory and Ch.ron.ie Rhen nietlsm and G...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 28 January 1873

)C roes, Kcu) Bloomficlii,; f)a; 8 tvi , RAILROADS. 0 V A ttlrl God West In Mule Attire. The Inter-Ocean, of Chicago, nays: Cap tain Uickey, of the South Division, receiv ed a dispatch from police headquarters niRlit before last,' ordering him to Bend an officer forthwith to Englowood to meet au incoming train. In compliance with the mandate from the superintendent the cap tain sent one of his men uninstructed ex cept that he would there meet the conduct or, who would direct him. When the offi cer arrived at Englewood he was told by the conductor that a gentleman oc the train had been robbed of $55. Who the perpetrator was he had no Idea; but the nervous demeanor of one of the passengers who wore a Kossuth hat and a brigandish cloak, had excited his suspi cions. When the train arrived at Chlcngo, among the passengers who debarked were two parties, one a sensibly-appearing, ma tronly woman of 30 and the person with Kossuth hat and cloak. The latter was the first to leave the train. W...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

9 r 9 t in Mi i m i id n i v i r w i if 'i ii !! a It SI W!4 nmjji AN INDEPENDENT FAMILY NEWSPAPER. "iCTJS' "Vol. VII. IV ow Bloomflolcl, JPn., Tuesday, Xelnm,ry 4, 1873. TVo. 5. Ioomfifftr fims.' IB PUBLISHED BVBRT TUESDAY MORMIHQ, BT FEA1TE UOBTXUES & CO., At New Bloomfleld, Terry Co., Ta. Being provided with Steam Power, and large Cylinder and Job-Presses, we are prepared to do all kind of Job-1'rlntlng la good style and at Low Prices. ADVERTISING RATKSt Trantient 8 Cents per lino for one Insertion 12 " " two Insertions 15 " three insertions Business Notices in Local Column 10 Cents per line. Notices of Marriages or Deaths Inserted free. Tribntes of Respect, Ac, Ten cents per line. YEARLY ADVERTISEMENTS. One Inch one year Two inches ' " i8-00 VFor longer yearly adv'ts terms will be given pun application. Truthful of Snow. BT GEORGE B. HEUBEHT. Beautiful Snow I No. thank you ; oh, no! I'm not very sweet on Beautiful Snows For while the earth's wrapt In Its spotless folds. As a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

A Texan Adventure. A SHORT TIME before the war broke out, I wae practicing law In (Galves ton, Texas. Important business called me to a small town named Fairfield, situated about sev enty miles noitli of Austin. I went from Galveston to Austin by rail, and, purcbas iug a horse there, performed tho lest of my iournev on horseback. ' When I reached Fairfield, I found the town In a stage of great excitement ; a horrible murder had been committed thero. . A young lady and gentleman had dis appeared, and from circumstances con nected with their disappearance, it was evident they had been murdered, and their bodies thrown into the river. Tho supposed murderer had been ar rested ; ho was a young man named Archie Raynor, the only son of a widow, and, strange to say, had been the betrothed lover of Jessie Emory, the murdered girl. The circumstances that bad led to his ar rest, were as follows: Charles Harris, the young man who had boon murdered with Miss Emory, had been a rival of Raynor, bu...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

The U. Ji. Mutual Aid Society of Pennsylvania, Present the following plan for consideration to ch persons who wish to become members: The payment of SIX DOLLARS on application. FIVE DOLLARS annually for pour teaks, and thereafter TWO DOLLARS annually during life, with pro-rata mortality assessment at the death of each member, which for the FutST Class Is as follows: Age mem 1 70 1 80 1 1)2 2 04 2 16 2 28 2 40 2 45 2 50 2 65 2 60 2 65 15 18 17 lft 19 ft 22 23 24 25 20 27 60 2S 73 41 n 64 81 29 74 42 94 6 62 HO .75 43 t M 63 81 77 44 OS 7 64 32 79 4.r 1 00 68 65 33 81 46 1 06 69 6(1 34 83 47 1 12 60 67 85 85 48 1 18 61 68 36 86 49 1 24 62 69 37 87 60 1 30 63 70 38 88 61 1 40 64 71 39 89 62 1 60 65 72 40 90 63 1 60 Will entitle a member to a certificate of ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS, to be paid at his death to his legal heirs or assigns, whenever such death Way occur. A member, or his heirs, may name a successor) but if notice of the death of a member to the Sec retary is not accompanied wit...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

NEW BLOOMFIELD, FENN'A. Tuesday, February 4, 1873, , r Another Railroad meeting will be held in the Court House on Wednesday evening of next week. Will you be present f Thb Bii.i abolishing the " Frankiug Privilege" has been signed by the Presi dent, find has now become a law. It goes into effect Jul; 1st, 1873. TnE Blair Co. Radical says: The ttalut of the newspapers of this county on the "Looal Option" question may be put down thus: Tfco Radical and Regitter sparely against license; the Tribune slightly against; the Democrat, Standard and Eclio non-committal, the Sun slightly for liquor. Ex-Governou Geary, In working up his pardon report for the last year of his term, brought it down to Nov. 22 only. The number of criminals let loose, as shown by hisown report,' was 101. Between the 22d of November and the 21st of January, the day on which he vacated the Gubernatorial cliair, ho granted pardons to 31 additional convicted criminals, swelling the total for the year to 132. Tub follo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

5 toomfitlb tents. Ivesday, February 4, 1873. , , LOCAL DKFA11T MEN T. 7r'u ,11 1' t lilVil II !4 IB 1A K'lft t CI CI fi:ll4SS 16 ' .. jt-iai i iftlMC It 14 16 16 ! linn i 19 '- si.sa- a in, II ism I6,i 17-IB U tn CI 51 n 24 ia w rn-M m ; Bar. Apr. Say Jose h: i 'S "i ;i Sept. rJll'lf 13 H 16' Hi 10 11 11 IS III 17 :if ! 10 20 2) 12 I XI riiOTii su tti... ... ... ... ... .... i i1 a 4' 6' in u 1511 it IP 10 un 16 IT IS 1 SI M M M.S6 90 II ..." Oft. ....... .Ill s I ! t' io n 11 'IS 14 16 l U 1" 10 SO 11 rj VI 14 lb s si n u i4i! ti w,w ,... ...I..., Hot. 10 "t ' "!"'"'"' 10.11 19 11 14 16 lftin'ip to ii n rt t4 tt m n. n n 11 11 1" H 16 Ifl 17 ii ! an ii as as ?4 IK. M.niM ao ai Dee. .....ti...i........ T 9 10 11 It lit 14 Xb'H IT 1 1ft 111 SUHUHIi ao n . H i 1MB ! 10 tl SI Ml ' o,... ...i-l. in ii is i: 14 5U Don't forget the Railroad meeting to be held In the court house on Wednes day evening February 12th. Wo want you there. Sales. We call attention to the follow ing Bales, bills...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

6 foe fJloomMb Stmts. Tuesday, February 4, 1873. FARM AND HOUSEHOLD ITEMS lv" nUe cmmnci((on7wn aW ptrtonnohoan interested in molleri properly belonging to Ihti department. Apples for Haman Blood. With us the value of an apple, as an ar ticle of food, is far underrated. Besides containing a large amount of sugar, mucil age and other nutritive matter, apples con tain vegetable acid,aromatio qualities, etc, which act powerfully in the capacity of re frigerants, tonics and antiseptics ; and when freely used at the season of mellow ripeness, thoy prevent debility, and indi gestion, and avert without doubt many of the " ills that flesh is heir to." The opera tors of Cornwall, England, consider ripe apples nearly as nourishing as bread, and far more so than potatoes. In the year 1801, apples, instead of being converted into cider, were sold to the poor, and the laborers assert that they could "stand their work" on baked apples without moat, whereas a potatoe diet either requires meat, or ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. Philadelphia Advertisements. nunop, ous No Porton enn take these Bitters accord' .tjr lo direction and remain long unwell, provided jheir bon- are not destroyed bv mineral poison or other mean, and the vital organs wasted beyond the point of repairs Iyi1Mla or Indigent ton Headache, Vain In tha bhoiildrin, Coulit, rihine! of lite Cliest.Di. zineM, Sour Eructations of the Stomach, Bad Taste in the Mouth, Bilious Attacks, Palpitation of the Heart, Inflammation of trie Limp, Pain in the regions of the Kidney, and a hundred other painful symptoms, are the offsprings of Dyspepsia. In these complaints it has no equal, and one bottle will prove a Letter guar antee of its merits than a lengthy advertisement. For Female Com iln lute in young or old, married or single, at the d.iwn of womanhood, or the turn of life, these Tonic Hitters display bo decided an influence that ft marked improvement is soon percep tible. For Inflammatory and...

Publication Title: Bloomfield Times, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Bloomfield times. — 4 February 1873

lje mco, Uttw .Bloomfuft, 3iJa. 8 Mad Dogs In Susquehanna County. CatlU and Sher.p Dying with Hydrophobia ureal MtxciiomBM wta jvpcuttiy. Mr. Bunnell, of Scrnnton, a fevr days jsince returned home from Susquehanna county, and relate to the editor of the Republican the following Bad story of the anxiety in Clifford township, for the future of some of the people, and also the suffer ing of animals, from what is now believed to be hydrophobia. He says cattle and aheep are dying from the disease, and it is feared that some persons who have been doctoring the animals, not knowing what was the matter with them, will fall victims to the terrible disease. The people are very much exercised in that section, and are living in perfect dread since they have found out the facts and causes of the dis ease among the brute creation. Tbey do not know that but one-half the dogs in the township have been bitten and are liable to go mad any moment. The facts are as follows: During the holidays,' after ...

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