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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1879

I* THE WIND AND T:IE MOON UV HKORLIS AL'PON A 1. P. Saul the Wind to the .-n. #i':l Mow you out. You st:uv in itu» air Like ii ij'tost in i' in'.r Alwavs lo.)ki' wln-.t I »ra :iiut 1'liatJ to be watclu'd. 1 will l'liw you out." The Winil blew nit out went the Moon. So, lii'i'P a (l eluuils, to sWvp, Mown l:iv t!u H'uiit and slumbered soon— Mm term. iotv, I've done Tor that Moon." Me turned in his bed: she wtfs there a£nlul i»ti hiuli in the sky. With her one ghost eve, The Moon shone white ami alm\nnd plui\ Said the Wind, 1 will blow von o.U again." ie Wind blew hard, and the Moou sirew dim. With my Uvge and my wedge I h.tvo knocked otV her edgel only I blow tight S-'ive and grim. The creature will be dimmer than dim." He blew and he b'i r.nd she thinned to a thread. (»•'.- i'nit" in. e's eiiou To ti'o-.v t.t snull: Oneitood (unl iu 'ie where :li And icliiu'iier, He blew a sreat blast, and t' thread was gone: la the air ncwnero Was IUJCT beam I are I'ar o:l nn.l harmless t.u s!\v st...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 9 January 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 9, 1879. Railroad Time-Tables. CHICAGO, MXLWAUUB ft ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Ooing West. 1:10 P.M. ar Day Mall Pass. J- 11 |SO A.M! de. 1:35 P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Ooing South. Going North. I 3:22 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3 AO A.*, de. 12:08A.M. de. St. L. Day Mail a Ex 12:46 P.M. 1:35 P.M. 80UTH*RW MINMI80TA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin unction (Ramsey) as follows: Going Ecut. Gotng VTeftt. Passenger and Mail, 11:1S A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 6:10 P.M. prj. W. Strong's Omnibuses tun between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLTXOTS CIXTRAT,. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. St. P. Junctioofcas follows: Arrive. Depart. Mail and Express, 8:05 P.M. A-M- Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 3:40 P.M BCBUKOTON, CXDAR RAPIDS ft HORTH1BS. Trains pass Plymouth (C., M. & St. P. Junc­ tion) as follows: Going...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

VOL. XI. NO. 42. TheTranscript AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. 16, 1879. TIIKKK skating in Atlanta, Georgia, for .the first time in twenty years. GOT. HAMI'TOX is rapidly recovering, and as soon as he is able to travel intends starting for Washington. Six deaths by freezing in New York are reported, and three from balmy Ten­ nessee but as yet, we have not learned of one in Minnesota. IN 1860, Minnesota had 10 miles of railroad in 1S6S, 5(50 wiles in 1878 it had 2,608 mile9 and more miles of road were built last year than in any state in the Union. A good record for Minnesota. MK9. WILLIAMS, the fourth daughter of Bngham Young, is in Washington atten­ ding a woman suffrage convention, with the intention of defending the Mormon creed in regard to polygamy. NINE members of the Forty-fifth Con­ gress have died—two Senators, Morton and Bogy, and Representatives, Leonard, Welch, Quinn, Williams, Douglass, Hart ridge and Schleicher. Representative Stevens is now very sick. DAKOTA...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

§t(Wtt 4«u»tg Smitmpt. AUSTIN. MINNE IOT. C. H. DA VI DSONft Proprietor- VARIOUS TOPICS? A GREAT many Indiana in Utah have laid aside their blankets, put on the dress of civilization and gone to work with shovels on the Irailrobd. EARL DITNRAVEN, who lately return­ ed to England from a trip west, has bought tract of 500 acres of land in Colorado, which he intends, to convert into a stock farm. He intends import* ing the finest cattle, sheep and hones, and will have a farm worthy of Colora­ do, the Earl and the Dunravens. ALTHOUGH the hunting season' in England has been in progress but little over a month it seems to have been one of much interest, according to an Eng­ lish paper, which says that already IT is stated that the intemperate habits which caused the death of Bever­ ly Douglas, the Virginia congressman, were the results of his war experiences. Douglas was a major in the Confederate army, and on one occasion, in a fit of passion, shot one of his own soldiers. Remorse at the...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

Pouw ®ounttj ®rawsmjrt. AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. A GREAT many Indians in Utah have laid aside their blankets, put on the dress of civilization and gone to work with shovels on the railroad. EAKI. DI'XRAVEX, who lately return­ ed to England from a trip west, has bought tract of 500 acres of land in Colorado, which he intends to convert into a stock farm. He intends import­ ing the riuest cattle, sheep and horses, and will have a farm worthy of Colora­ do, the Earl and the Dunravens. ALTHOUGH the hunting season in England has been in progress but little over a month it seems to have been one of much interest, according to an Eng­ lish paper, which says that already an admiral has been killed, a member of parliament has been badly damaged, and L.ulv Florence Dixie has been laid up with a concussion of the brain. IT is stated that the intemperate habits which caused the death of Bever-1 ly Douglas, the Virginia congressman, I were the results of his...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

GOVERNOR'S MESSAGE. Third Annual Menage of Governor John Sl PilUbury, Delivered[tb the legislature Janu­ ary 9,1879. rt A Review or the Several Departments of the State tioverament and of Public Institutions. Gentlemen of the Senate and Home of Represent atives: Toe aunuul recurrence of public events convenes you this year for tho deliberations of the twenty first regular session of the state legislature. For somettiiug leas thau twenty-oueyears Min­ nesota has eujsyed a political exiatencs at a mem­ ber of this union of states. They have been jears of not uninterrupted prosperity but of varying fortune and vicissitude yet from the first strug­ gling experiment of sovereignly to the assured position of to-day, our career has been marked by constant auil unsurpassed growth in all that ti'jould constitute a stable and prosperous com­ monwealth. Without here indulging iu the pleasing retrospection which the tacts aeem to in­ vite, it is not too muoh to say that few years of the past ha...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

GOVERNOR'S MKSSAUE. I w:.:ch is e:nc en ltoview of the Several Departments of the State (iovernineut aud of i'ubllc Institutions. lioprenent- «-iit!er»en the Senate and llou.s, a: iv s: Tne uuutml recurrence it public events convenes you this vear tor the deblcraiius of the twenty tlrst regular session of ttu siate legislature. For soiuettutu les-i than i\v uty-uue years Min­ nesota has euj iyed a poliuc.il existeucj as a mom b-r ot this union s'.Atts. They have beeu 'ars ot tut uiiiutcrrui'U'il prosperity but of varying tortuue ami vieis-situile yet ttvui the tlrst striu L,-Utis' experiment ot' S.HIT ..tv to the assured l'o*nti:i to day, our care has beeu marked by eois.-taut .»ml unsurpassed growth iu all tUat -'•otiid constitute a st tblc ami prosp TOUS com­ monwealth. Without here iiulrlstiug iu ilu pleasing retrosptctiou which the tacts seem to iu v.te, it is not too much to say that few jeai's of tho past have afforded upon the whole more substan­ tial cause for encouragement ...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 16 January 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. S, 1819. Railroad Tlma-Tablaa. CHICAGO, ULVADKU ft BT. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin as follows: Going East. Gving West. TW, A P»,. »11:30 A.M. *r. 1:10 P.M. ar. Dar Mall Pass, 11:50 A.M. de. 1:35 P.M. de. Austin and Mason City Trains— Ooing South. Going North. a. pT I 8:83 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St.Louis Night Ex. 3 aoA.M.de. 12:B A.M.de. St. L. Day Mail* Ex 18:45 P.M. 1:36 P.M. SOUTHERN MIMNSSOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junotion (Ramsey)as follows: Going East. Going West. Passenger and Mail, 11:16 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 8:10 P.M. pjTJ. W. Strong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey in connection with all pas* Sanger trains. ILLINOIS CIOTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. A Bt. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Deport. Mnll and Express, 8:05 P.M. 8:45 A.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 3:40 P.M. BITRLIICQTON, C*DAR RAPIDS HORTHITW. Trains pass Plymouth (C., If. ft St. P. J...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

VOL XI. NO. 43. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. JAN. GIVB the THE pews in Beecher's church rented at higher rates this yet»r than last. Is this evidence of the return of good times or of return of the popularity of the fa­ mous Brooklyn divine? THK first earthquake of the season, and the first ever known in that region, shook up Jacksonville and a large part of the state ot Florida, for about thirty seconds, ou Sunday night. Jan. 12th. THK second asylum for the insane at Rocnester has now fifty patients, with a capacity for one hundred only. $40,000 are to be asked of the Legislature this winter for an enlargement of the build­ ings. ^M_ ONE hundred thousand dollars will be saved to the state by being relieved of a legislative session next winter, and the State Auditor hopes thereby to be able to take another mill off the State tax next year. MORE adulteration. The statement is made that several mills in New England are grinding white stone into powder, to be used...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

®0Utttj} ®WWNMti)rt. tP AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. various Tories DAKOTA IS THERE THE growing in wealth and rapidly filling jjifc, ?Thesas$sqed valua­ tion has increased sixty per cent, in twelve months. TEMPERANCE societies have lately been formed in Hanover and Got^ngen, with a view, not of preventing the use of beer» but of reducing its consumption to mod­ erate proportions. THE alarm felt in some quarters lest the lawyers should devour the land its inhabitants is not very keenly exper­ ienced as to the Delaware legislature which has a doctor for speaker of the house, but ne'er a lawyer in either cham­ ber. CAUVOBNIA is experiencing the cold­ est weather known in that state since 1850. The temperature during the whi­ ter has most frequently ranged between 40° and 65° Fahrenheit. Thia.inn.ter it has fallen to and in some places even lower. BY a new law in Georgia murder is to be punished by death, unless tho jury shall recommend imprisonment for life, or the ju...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

bounty Itansmjrt. AUSTIN, MINNKSOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS T0PIC8. DAKOTA is growing in wealth and rapidly filling up. The assessed valua­ tion has increased sixty per cent, in twelve months. TEMPERANCE societies have lately been formed in Hanover and Gottingeu, with a view, not of preventing the use of beer, hut of reducing its consumption to mod erate proportions. THE alarm felt in some quarters lest the lawyers should devour the land its inhabitants is not very keenly exper­ ienced as to the Delaware legislature, which ha9 a doctor for speaker of the house, but ne'er a lawyer in either cham­ ber. CALIFORNIA is experiencing the cold­ est weather known in that state since 1S50. The temperature during the whi­ ter has most frequently ranged between 40° and 65° Fahrenheit. This winter it has fallen to 153, and in some places even lower. BY anew law in Georgia murder is to be punished by death, unless tho jury shall recommend imprisonment for life,: ®f INC. IN TWuav when...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

SOOIABL3 They carried pie to the parson's house, And scattelfti the floor with crumbs. And 1S»TW«( the rtolwrt booH*" With tin prints of their greasy thumbs. They piled his dishes high and thick With a lot ofuahealthr cake. While they gobbled the buttered toast and Tolls Which the parsou's wife did make. They hung around Clytie'tcUadc neck ... The appra-pariags (or sport, And every one laughed when a clumsy lout Spilled ftls t^op thepUno forte. A his knees, „^r_4and dirt From the carpet sndtUeyjtfrt away. —Skojt cuU l*miktr Reporter, DETECTIVE'S STOBY. Mj name is—n* matter. 1 am called Tony. I have never been a member the regular police, andlhopeoiy vanity will be pardoned when I say that OOQ- aider my occupation, a jrade or tiro aljove it since it must be evident to every one that a dull person may be and often is a* serviceable policeman, while a detective has no ehance of success without a ready vated to be of great service in my busi­ ness, as. it enables me to assume, in a very...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

A SOGIABIiS They carried pie to tho parson's House, Mnl acittete-l tho iloor with cruiubs, Aii'l uiirked tho Imtm of Um choicest book* With the prints of their greasy thumbs. They piled his dta'itvt high and thick Vfith lot of'uahealtliy c.iki, •Wutlo ihey gobbled the buttered toast and rolls Which the parsou's wife did make. Thoy hung around Clyde's claaaic neck The apple-parings for sport, Ami Kvery oue laughed when a clumsy lout Spilled his tea ou the piano forte. Next day theparsan went down on hia knees. With his wife—bui ut to pray O no 'twas to scraps the grease and dirt row the carpet and the amirs away. —Shot tiud Leather Reitorh-r. A DETECTIVE'S STORY. My name is—ne matter. I am called Tony. I have never been a member of the regular police, and I hope my vanity will be pardoned when I say that I con­ sider my occupation a grade or two above it since it must be evident to every one that a dull person may be and often is a serviceable policeman, while a detective has uo chan...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 23 January 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 33, 1879. Railroad Tlm«-Tabl«a. CHICAGO, MH.WAUKU ST. PAUL. Trains arrive at and depart from. Austin as follows: Going EatL Going Wert. pj-- A p... 11*30 AJf. ar. 1:10P.M. ar. Day Mall Paw. 60A.M.de. *'&*•*• R.H. DIHSHOKE No THERE THB Do YOU d«- Austin and Mason City Trains— Going South. Going North. T^...W»H»NT I 3:28 A.M. ar. 11:50 P.M. ar. St .Louis Night Ex. 3 aoA.M.de. 13:00 A.M. de. St. L.Day Mail* Ex 12:45P.M. 1:36 P.M. SOUTHERN MINJTESOTA. Trains arrive at and depart from Austin Junotion (Ramsey) as follows: Going East. Going West. Passenger and Mail, 11:15 A.M. 1:45 P.M. Freight, 1:55 P.M. 6:10 P.M. W. 8trong's Omnibuses run between Austin and Ramsey In connection with all pas­ senger trains. ILLINOIS CENTRAL. Trains arrive at and depart from Mona (C., M. A St. P. Junction) as follows: Arrive. Depart. Mail and Express, 8:05P.M. 8:45A.M. Passenger, 7:00 A.M. 3:40 P.M. BURLINQTON, CEDAR RAPIDS It NORTHERN. Trains pass...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 January 1879

VOL. XI. NO. 44. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 30, 1879. IIARD times are helping to fill our asylums with lunatics. TIIE island of Saghalien is to bo made the Botany Bay of the condemned RU3 siau Nihilists. OVER one-third of the holders of regis­ tered government bonds are ladies. A good showing for woman's economy. TWELVE greenback papers have died in Iowa since the fall elections. And unless appearances are deceivin', there is still more dyin' to be done. Tnic editorial convention, by resolu tion, recommended a reduction of the $2,000 exemption for publishers just one half. That's about fair, we guess. GEN. SHIELDS has faithfully served Illi­ nois and Minnesota the senate and will now represent Missouri. No other man has ever represented in the United States Senate three different states. THE Legislature should not fail to abolish the effice of Railroad Commis­ sioner. All of his labors are of a statis­ tical nature, which can as well be per­ formed by th...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 January 1879

§g«wtt jfoiratj) AUSTIN, MINNESOTA. C. H. DAVIDSON, Proprietor VARIOUS TOPICS. IT is now proposed to abandon the government monopolyof tobacco culture in Great Britain, in older to give em* ploy men to inland people out of work. KENTUCKY breeders have decided to go into the horse-raising business on a larger scale than ever. Their animals stand very high in the estimation of con­ noisseurs in England. THE governor of Tennessee in his an­ nual message claims that the state debt cannot be paid until some satisiactory arrangements can be made to bring it within the ability of the people to pay. ONE of the most notable churches in the United States is that of St. Michael at Marblehead, Mass., which was built in 1706 of material wholly brought from England. It has a reredos, an ancient chandelier, and a pulpit of a quaint pat­ tern. The second rector married the widow Curtis to Qen. Washington. THERE will come to this country from Russia this year 15,600 Mennonites to settle in the great...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 January 1879

IN THE BARN. h. Jack, are vow lip in the hay-!oft! I'm coming up there, too, l'tn tired of toiug a laly, I'd ra'-Uer have fun with you. There's eoiupnuy ui the parlor, And wain wit whispored to we, Now ito be a lady. P»s»y, Aud see how good you can be." But, Jack, it wns really dreadful! And I couldn't sit a till, you know, And most likely the company wondered To see ine fidgeting so. But I heard you laughing and shouting, And I knew you were baring fun. And I looked at the clock and wondered How soon her call would be done. But while they were busy talking, And didn't remember uie, I just slippel out as softly, And here I am rou see. 0 Jack! it's awful jolly Not to be crown-up folks They never nave fun in the hay-loft, Laughing aud teKing jokes. They can't go hunting for hen's eggs, Or wing on the old barn-door, Or climb this steep old ladder, And jump like us to the floor. To sit in a ehiir is horrid. To sit on a beam is fun. And irs don't cure if we're sunburned, H'o ar«m't si ra...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 30 January 1879

THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN, MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING, JAN. 30, 1879. CITY AND VICINITY. USUAI, services at the Universalist church next Sabbath morning and even ing. DON'T forget the temperance meeting, to morrow evening, at the Congregational church. TUB coal -prospectors have set their drill to work this week on the Driving Purk grounds. WEATHXR delightful, balmy as spring, lias almost brought on an attack of "spring fever." JOB WORK IS picking up considerably ot late. The Austin TRANSCRIPT office will give you a good job every time. ^OCIABLE at A. A. Harwood's was well attended, and everybody had a good lime. Some pretty good music was an attractive feature. AN opportunity is offered the people of tiiis city and vicinity to purchase dry goods and clothing at cost. H. Guns say a so. MR. MATHIKSOK'S article on "True Fconomy" is in type, but on account of a pressure ol other matter, will not appear until next week. "WE shall publish nest week the essay on "Sheep Raising" delivered befo...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 February 1879

VOL. XI. NO. 45. THETRANSCRIPT AUSTIN. MINNESOTA: THURSDAY MORNING. FEB. 6, 1879. S KE inside pages for full text of pen­ sion bill, and legislative proceedings. CONGRESSMAN STRAIT has introduced a bill in Congress proposing a new and important regulation in regard to home stead and pre-emption settlers on public lands, iu substance as follows "That all the public lauds within railroad limits which have heretofore been subject to pre-emption entry at two dollars and fifty cents per acre are hereby reduced to one dollar and twenty-five cents per acre, and all bona-fide settlers under the homestead laws on said lands shall be allowed to en­ ter one hundred and sixty acres thereof." SENATOR WISDOM'S amendment to the patent law, which has passed the senate, provides that suit may be brought in any court now having jurisdiction iu a patent case for an alleged infringement ot any patent, when it shall appear that the defendant purchased the same Irom the manufacturer thereof, or from pers...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Mower County transcript. — 6 February 1879

Ifiawtv County ®can«ript. AUSTIN. MINNESOTA. C. H.DAVIDSON, Proprietor. VARIOUS TOPICS. TWENTY six persons have been killed and thirty wounded in the settlement of personal differences in Breathitt county, Ky., since the war, and not a person has been hung or sent to the penitentiary in •onsequence. OF the making of books there is no end. England turned out 5,814 books last year, 1,584 of this number being new editions. Fiction comes first, with 879 volumes and, strange to say, theolo­ gy does nearly as well, being represented by 736 books education comes third, with 585. Almost all novels are repub­ lished, while not a third of other books ever reach a second edition. RAILROAD TRAVELING in Mexico is described as something awful when the way lies across one of the arid plains that surround the capital. One of the American excursionists now visiting that country writes: Eighty-six and a half miles in an atmosphere so thickly charged with dust that respiration, already rendered diffic...

Publication Title: Mower County Transcript
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