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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 1 April 1901

v r nils s urn a i n lilt ElAiLi ntnALUi SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months & .... . 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 MONDAY APBIL 1 1901. Little biti of adlets Scattered here and there In The Herald locals Makes your business fair. Try it. " ABOUT TOWN. April 1. Blue Monday. Welcome April ! Election tomorrow. " Cool weather today. And it still raineth not. March went out like a lamb. Tomorrow will be election day. A large consignment of rice re- ceived bT W. B. Austin. Holy week began yesterday and next Sunday will be Easter. The Red Club gave a baile last night which was very largely at- tended. A regular meeting of Rio Grande Lodge A. F. & A. M. will be held tomorrow uight commencing at 7:30. John M. Haynes deputy United States marshal returned Saturday night from San Antonio to which place he escorted a federal prison- er. Now is the time to begin using lime and other desinfectants about the premises. Don:t wait for bad' odors but prevent ...

Publication Title: Brownsville Daily Herald, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 1 April 1901

Prosperity on the Farm. The hog is the mortgage lifter the sheep the farm fertilizer the bow the bam builder and the hen the grocery-bill payer. This qnar tet with a man and woman not afraid of the work in caring for them will insure prosperity on any farm. -4 The Big San Antonio Normal. San Antonio expects again to have the largest Normal in the State to convene in the High School Bnildiug on Jnne 3 and a larger attendance from a distance than last year is confidently ex pected. The Facility is as follows Prof. P. F. Sitiart San Antonio Conductor. Dr. W. H. Bruce Athens Tex. Prof. T. G. Arnold Beeville Tex. Prof. S. W. Stan field San Marcos Tex. Miss Nan nie Dawson. Austin Tex. Prof Wesley Peacock San Antonio Secretary. Rio GRANDE RAILROAD. On andlifter Sept. 15th.1900reg ular passenger trains will run as folows : v Leaves Jownsville (Daily at 9 a. m Arrivo Point Isabel atlOrloa.in Leave at 3 p. ni rrivpRrnwTiKvillfi at 4:ln T.m JOSfif-CJSLAYA. Brownsville. General Manager. I Found...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 April 1901

Droumsuilk iUailn ffltzatit BROWNSVILLE TEXAS TUESDAY APRIL 2 1901. NHMBERr232. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Savers Lieut. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller .- R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Bobbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. ..R.Kleberg tale Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives 85th. district ( P. W. Seabury 1 Wm. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Qarson County Attorney. . .Robt.B.Rentfro jr County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer '. Aug. Celaya . Assessor . '.Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson jr Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinctNo. 3.; E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tustice Peace Precin...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 April 1901

THE - HERALD. 1 Entered at the Brownsville Texas postof fice as second class mail matter. Jkm O. Whttlir Ed. kn'H frop. If"3 Every Day Except Sunday. Office: Herald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : tfEXAS. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hi4algo County. Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas! Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unless so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to jiuch communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for 'such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser- vice thereafter. -v.. TUESDAY APRIL 2 1901. iNEW HOPE DAWNS. Jiraek Stiliiuan of New York ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 April 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (TJ. S. Currency.) One year $8.00 Six months 3.00 Three months 1.50 One month 50 TUESDAY APRIL 2 1901. ABOUT TOWN. The Ashland hQtel will be re- opened this week. See notice else- where. Late Collier's and Harper'. Weeklies received at The Herald office by last night's mail. The saloons were closed today iu accordance with the state law for closing on election day. Looks like a Blue club victory in three wards if not in all lour. The figures up to four o'clock show democratic majorities in three wards and the other ward claimed by both sides. The widow of Jose M. Kendou who difd Sunday ami was buried Monday died suddenly about noon today. She was taken very sick during the morning and dvach was not expected until very short- ly before it occurred. There was a diiturbance in the second ward near the voting booth before noon today. A druuken man was creating a racket and one of the city police arrested him whereupon a number of .the poli- tical al...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 2 April 1901

PUBLIC PLACES TO CLOSE. Des Moiaes Has Serious Epidemic of Smallpox. St. Paul Minn. March 27. A special from Des Moines la. says: Mayor Hartenbower issued a proclamation Wednesday request- ing that all public schools theaters and churches and other places of public assembly be closed on ac- count of the prevalence of small- pox. Several new cases were dis- covered Wednesday. It is conservatively estimated that there are at least 200 cases in Des Moines now. . LAND FOR SALE. For sale 2417 acres of land eight miles north of Brownsville. Part of it is fenced. Has wells and resacas with permanent water. Price cheap. For farther particulars apply to Victoriano Fernandez Election Notice. (CITY ELECTION.) fn accordance with the provis ions of the laws of the State of Texas providing tor Mnnicipa Elections an election is hereby or iered to be held in each of the Four wards of this city as requii ed by law on Tuesday the 2nd. day of April A. D. 1901 for the pur- . po'sc ofnljffiyg the follow...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 April 1901

roumsuilU Dailn Sterol VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS THURSDAY APRIL 4 1901;'; NUMBER 234. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOB SIXTEEN YEARS. DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Savers Lient. Governor J. If. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Robbins Attorney General. Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. ..R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner Representatives ( F. "W. Seabury 85th. district . . . "Win. J. Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celay Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lernia surveyor M. Hanson jr Bide Inspector Tomas Tijerim COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. Precinct No. 1 .Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tustice Peace ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 April 1901

THE - HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. Issued Every Day Except Sunday Office; Herald Building South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication)(unleES so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by .request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notity this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser vice thereafter. JTHURSDAY APRIL 4 1901. TIE COUFTT XEEI)S THEM. tJood ro...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 April 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. (U. S. Currency.) One year Six months Tnree months ... One month $6.00 3.00 1.50 50 THURSDAY APRIL 4 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Miss Dora Kimball was qnite sick last even nig hut is reported much better today. L. A. Roussett is still confined to his room with illness but is somewhat improved today. Blackberries have made their ap pearance ou the streets though as yet those offered are rather smal and uone too ripe. Late reading matter received by last night's mail by The IIerald. Onr literary friends should call and look over the list. A large assortment of books to be received by The Herald news department. The public will be notified upon their arrival. Persons corning in from th country report corn as suffering oaaty ror want or rain n u um-s not come very shortlv the first planting will probably be lost. Our force of printers has been short all this week and with rush orders for job work The Herald's local columns have been unavoid ably slighted to a great extent. J. P....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 4 April 1901

f Magnet for farmers. Great Display In the Division of As- riecltare at Exposition. The prominent display in the Divi- sion of Agriculture at the Pan-American Exposition will be the magnet that will attract progressive farmers. Here. they can learn what their brother farmers are doing to lighten labor and improve the products of the fields. The exhibit will embrace all phases of ag- ricultural work showing the advan tages of different processes and meth- ods of work and the products of the garden and field In their great variety under all sorts of conditions. Under their proper classifications will bt ehown methods of fertilization farm management and processes experi- ments with various crops in different soils climate etc; reports from dif- ferent states and provinces showing the aggregate of crops and products of all kinds; exhibits of all products of the farm End garden. This will be a splendid school of Instruction for the farmer. National SXnscnm. The exhibit of the national m...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 5 April 1901

smile UmId W tzw roam VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS FRIDAY APRIL 5 1901. NUMBER 235. CONSOLIDATED IX JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. V r? r DIRECTORY STATE OFFICERS. Representatives 85th. district Governor Joseph D. Sayers Lieut. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. "W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Bobbins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Snpt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT ANT) COUXTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. . .R.Kleberg tate Senator 27th district D. McNiel Turner ( F. W. Seabury . ) "Win. J- Russell County Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B. Rentfro jr County Clerk Joseph "Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Dainaso Lernia Surveyor M. Hanson jr. Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONERS. PrScinctNo. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinct No. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tustice Pea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 5 April 1901

nil else that was said in The Her- ' How's This? We offer One Hundred Dollars tuc urn a i i inc - nERALU ALD applies as well t the son ju'lin lmn5rlt hmn t m ynmUy for. Keward for any case of Catarrh Entered at the Brownsville Texas It nne made here by the elder Mr. that cannot be cured by Hall's postomce as second class mail matter. ; smnaj m( H nn .Mhy Catarrh Clire. It build npon a jrood besinnin- P. J CHENEY & CO. Props. Jesse O. Wheeler Ed. and Prop. . . - . Toledo O. make a great place for hnnselt; We thp Ulldersi?nedf imvt in the world. He was born i:i -... i? i M1(ipV em. rhu t In issued Every Day Except Sunday i . Know n r-. o. onenev .01 tne last jd Brewnsviii.' anyway so that this years and believe him perfectly Office: Herald Building South Side place is proud to have been his ; hpiuirable in all business transac- East Elizabeth Street. 1 birthplace and still indnlires the ; tions and financially able to carry BROWNSVILLE TEXAS. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY JOURNAL. THE OFFIC...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 5 April 1901

THE DAILY HERALD. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 FRIDAY APRIL 5 1901. ABOUT TOWN. . The rabbits are making llieir nests to lay Easter eggs on tomor row night. John Seanlan was today appoint ed a guard in the customs service vice John Natus. Today is Uood Friday and is observed by the Catholic church with the usual solemn ceremony. The Rio Grande railroad office and one or two other bnsinesi places were closed this afternoon on account of Good Friday. The editor is indebted to Mrs. J. Dreyfus for some maizos the unleavened bread eaten by the Jews during the Passover season. See change in notice of opening of the As'hland hotel which will be on Monday the 8th. instant instead of the 7th. as formerly an- nounced. t The Jewish Passover week began Wednesday and is being observed by our Jewish people with the usnal custom of eating unleavened bread called matzos. Dr. C. B. Combe aud son Dr. J. K. Gombe are both ill andco...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 5 April 1901

UNCLE SAM'S DISPLAY. Corernmcnt Exhibit at the i'an- Aracrlcan Exposition. The United States government has appropriated $500000 for an exhibit at the Pan-American Exposition at Buf- falo next summer. To view the mag- nificent buildings and their multitude of treasures alone would be well worth going a long distance. They are much more beautiful than those of the gov- ernment group at the Columbian Expo- sition while the space for exhibition purposes is but little less than was oc- o -oil 0 L.A.ROUSSET Elizabeth Street. 8 jellies aud Jams. Qatmeal and "Rico. High-grade Hams. fu tilings and Spice. MAGkerel and Macaroni. Qood Goods for the Money. Qnions if yon please. Yermbilli Canned Fruit everything that's nice. Reasonable Prices. DEALER IN Tonsorial Artist. ever Fails to Suit. 'gave Money b' buying at 0 CI ZaBETH STREET QUADRIGA FOU UNITBD STATES GOVERNMENT BUILDING cupied there. The display to be made by the department of agriculture will be of great value and interest to those co...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 April 1901

VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS SATURDAY APRIL 6 1901. NUMBER1236. CONSOLIDATED IX JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN. YEARS. DIKECTOUY STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Savers Lieut. Governor J. X. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Roh'oins Attorney General Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall DISTRICT AXD COUOTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district. ..R.Klehorg tale Seuator 27th district. . D. McXiel Turner Represen fcati ves 85th. district ( P. W. Seahury . ) "Win. J. Russell Jounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr County Clerk Joseph Webb -Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Assessor Ezoquiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lerma Surveyor M. Hanson jr. Eide Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COMMISSIONER?. Precinct Xo. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct Xo. 2 Jose Celaya recinct Xo. 3 B. B. Rajnnond Precinct Xo. 4 Eugene Kellor Tustice Peace Precinct Xo. 2 J. I....

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 April 1901

ASTORIA For Infants and Cldldreii. The Kind You Have Always Bought w I lins the Stomachs andBowels of Bears the . i r Take a cup of Arbuckles' Coffee and a cup of the "cent-a-pound-cheaper" kind. One taste of each will prove to you that the reason Arbuckles' costs a little more is because it's worth more. It's selected with greater pains roasted with greater care packed with greater skill. It comes to you as fresh as when it left the roaster. Not a particle of its strength or flavor lost. Cheap coffee lacks both strength and flavor. Roaste is" cheaper ii the end than other coffees because it makes more7 cupMs to the pound and gives far greater -satisfaction. a 'J Wfth each package of Arbuckles' Coffee you purchase a definite part of some useful article which is yqurs on presentation to our Notion Dept. of a certain number of signatures cut from the wrappers You'll find a list of the articles in each package. ARPUCKLE BROS. Notion Dept. New York City N. Y. r-. THE URDU H ) Entered at...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 April 1901

THE DAILY HERALD SUBSCRIPTION RATES: (U. S. Currency.) One year $6.00 Six months 3.00 Tnree months 1.50 One month 50 SATURDAY APRIL G 1901. ABOUT TOWN. Cool and pleasant weather today. Lents euds today and tomorrow will be the joyous I2uster-tide. The schooner Clara Ida sailed from Galveston for Brownsville last Tuesday morning with a gen- eral cargo. A package addressed to Sr. Adol- fo A. Garza remains in the stage office in this city uncalled for. Owner is requested to call for same and pay express charges. The schooners Lake Austin Per- kins and another supposed to be either the C. H. Moore or Mary Ann were off Brazos Santiago at 2:30 p. m. The schooner Mathilda arrived at Point Isabel this morning from Galveston with a carjo of oil and general merchandise. She was dis- charging at the railroad wharf to day and her freight will come up on the evening train. A party of guests was escorted to Point Isabel on the morning train bj' Don German Aramburu of Matamoros who had ordered for...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 6 April 1901

v INDOESED BY BEPEW. SAYS THE "PAN-AM." WILL SURPASS THE PARIS FAIR. Ttllc Ckairauut 3 2T. Scibtckeril tke Mn3 lu 3ft lc TIi ef tke aai Bcamtr tke Exp- mltlma at BUali. "Scateaerd yon did notpraise It half Hough." -So spoke the distinguished statesman $lkd famous afte? dinner orator" Sen ator Cnauncey M. Depew as he stood la the center of the grounds of the Fan-American Exposition at Buffalo &ad gazed upon the beautiful struc tores surrounding him on every side and now approaching completion. Senator Depew had come to Buffal to deliver an address. His first desire El . KEW YORK STATE BUILD IKO. en- arrival in the city was to be driven to the grounds of the Exposition. The remark quoted above was addressed to Chairman John N. Scatcherd of the executive committee of the Exposition who had told Senator Depew of the progress made in the building of the Exposition when they had met In Eu rope last summer. Mr. Scatcherd had dwelt long and eloquently upon the success which had attended...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 April 1901

umsuilk BaiU) in i VOL. NINE. BROWNSVILLE TEXAS MONDAY APEIL 8 1901. NUMBER 237. CONSOLIDATED IN JULY 1893 WITH THE DAILY COSMOPOLITAN WHICH WAS PUBLISHED HERE FOR SIXTEEN YEARS. it cm 10. DIRECTORY- STATE OFFICERS. Governor Joseph D. Savers Lieutj. Governor J. N. Browning Comptroller R. W. Finley Land Commissioner Chas Rogan Treasurer John W. Robbins Attornev General Thos. S. Smith Sunt. Public Instruction J.S.Kendall - DISTRICT AND COUNTY OFFICERS. Congressman 11th. district.. R.Kleberg 'tate Senator 27th district. D. McNiel Turner Representatives 85th. district . . . "Wm. J. Russell ZJounty Judge Thomas Carson County Attorney. . .Robt. B.Rentfro jr County Clerk Joseph Webb Sheriff Celedonio Garza Treasurer Aug. Celaya Lssessor Ezequiel Cavazos Collector Damaso Lerma Surveyor . M. Hanson jr. Side. Inspector Tomas Tijerina COUNTY COJIinSSXONERS. Precinct No. 1 Atenojenes Oribe Precinct No. 2 Jose Celaya recinctNo. 3 E. B. Raymond Precinct No. 4 Eugene Keller Tustice Peace Precinct ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Brownsville Daily Herald — 8 April 1901

THE - HERALD. Entered at the Brownsville Texas postoffice as second class mail matter. Easy to Tak& Jesse O. Wheelir Ed. and Prop; Issued Every Day Except Sunday. Office: Hebaxd Buildixg South Side East Elizabeth Street. BROWNSVILLE : : : TEXAS. THE OFFICIAL COUNTY -JOURNAL. THE OFFICIAL CITY JOURNAL. Official Journal Hidalgo County. Correspondence solicited on all mat- ters of local interest or of interest to the people of Southwest Texas. Each communication must be accompanied by the name of its author not for pub- lication (unleBS so directed) but as a guarantee of good faith and when by request anonymous signatures appear to such communications the right is re- served to disclose the name of the writer should a necessity- arise for such disclosure. Subscribers who do not receive their paper regularly are requested to notify this office and the matter will receive prompt attention and insure better ser vice thereafter. ed Filipinos for appointment as aides for the Coast and G...

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