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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

i PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. CTE^l^rS, $2.00 UPer *STea-x. |R DUNN ElJlTOK AND PROPRIETOR t'FICE OVER RIHE5' -TORE, KAJS SI. PRINCETON, MINN JAN 28, 1892 DEMOCRATIC LISTEN ,1 ST. PAUL JTeMw: The prompt growing daily. accession of Chili to the final pre- EOCK COUNTY MWS emptory demands of this country fahows the wisdom of Mr. Blame's policy. politicians had better pot attempt to arrange any slate in advance for the next Republican State conven tion. Pre arranged slates are lia SOUTHERN f\ HE expected has happened Chicago gets the National Demo cratic convention. The conven tion went where Tammany decreed then the Alliance platform is it should go HE St. Paul and Minneapolis congressmen are more CHARLES A. PILLSBURY, the big Minneapolis miller, thinks Senator Washburn's option bill, with a few slight amendments, is all right and if it becomes a law that it will result in much good to the grain producers of the Northwest. IN some respects the Great West is an able newsp...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

U- )$P r=r Great Northern Railways Eastern Minnesota. Baity Ex Sun. x. La. 8t. Paul. 1:06 Minneapolis. ..1:80 Klk River. PRINSKTOM Daily Ex. San. P. H. Le- Duloth 1:00 Mihtca 4:26 PRINCETON ....4:47 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...6:36 Ar. St. Paul. 7:08 .8:08 .8:30 .7:00 Milaca Jir Duluth Thli train connects with trains going west at Xlk River and Milaca. Princeton Accommodation. Tues,Thurs & Sat. 80IMG SOURH. L.9 Miluca Soule's Siding. Long's Siding.. Mon., Wed. & Pri. A. M. 6:00 682 6:45 7:25 8:05 9:15 PRINCETON. Zimmerman. Elk River Minneapolis. GOING NORTH. Le St. Paul 8:80 Minneapolis ...4 10 Elk River 6:20 Zimmerman.. .6*26 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding. 7:20 Soule's Siding..7:40 Ar. Milaca 8:05 .10:80 ..10:55 Ar St Paul. These trains go south Tuesdays Thursdays and Satnrduj8, and north Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. St. Clond & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. OOING EAST I GOING WES T. Foreston.. Le 8:20 A.M. Milaca.. 8-48 JOSKPII NOKKS. Adjt. I Milaca ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

fv irmijetott Wmmt. R. C. DUliN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. As a financial speculation, it is better to be a czar of Russia than president of the United States. One is paid about $25,000 per day and the other $137, but it is rather safer be ing president. HARVA RD college is beginning to see the folly of branding its mavericks with lighted cigars, and Yale will at tempt to discourage the brandying of its youth by forbidding college papers to advertise liquor sellers. OXE physician prescribes asafcetida as a specific for grip, and another rec ommends powdered sulphur worn in the stockings as a preventive. As be tween the remedy, the preventive ana the disease mo st persons will take grip in "their'n." FIFTEEN years' imprisonment for an American seaman who was pummeled by a Chilian mob and 3 0 days for a Chilian who assisted in the murder of two American sailors is jug-handle justice that will hardly prove satis factory to the Yankee nation. WHEN the Chinese troubles h...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

THE CHILIAN FUSS. President Harrison's Message on the Trouble With the Chileans Goes to Congress, With Its Proof That the United States Has Been Repeatedly insulted by Chile-. WASHINGTON, Ja n. 25.The following is "the lull text of President Harrison's mes sage on th Chilean trouble sent to congress to-day: To the Senate and House of Representatives: In my annual message, delivered to'congress at the beginning of the preseut session, after a brief statement of. tho tacts then in tha possession o! this government touching the assault In the streets of Valparaiso, Chile, upon the sailors of the United Suites steamship Baltimore, ou the evening of the Kith of October last, 1 said: "This government is now awaiting the result of au investigation which hits been conducted by the criminal court at Valparaiso. It is report ed uuofticiallv that the investigation is about completed, and it is expected that the result will soon be communicated to this government, together with some adequate an...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 28 January 1892

Beware of the reminiscent age. When one reaches that, farewell youth, fare well hope! Max O'Rell writes rivers of nonsense, verging even sometimes upon the ragged edge of falsehood, about America, but occasionally he hits the nail upon the head fchub: "In Europe the waiter asks you where you would like to sit. In America you ask him where j'ou may Sit." The United States has the largest steam shovel in the world. It weighs fifty-sis tons and is used in scooping out phosphates from the earth at John's island, near Charleston, This gigantic machine can dip down ten feet and scoop CJ cubic yards of phosphate every minute. In one of the states of this Union not long since a negro was taken from jail by a mob and tied to a tree. Then a crowd piled wood about him and burned hirn to death. Let us send good people to distant lands to stop the inhuman barbarity of heathens who quietly drown superfluous girl babies to keep them from overstocking the population, do. Two ocean steamers have bee...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

cH*? vc** tanMMm*wtak R. C. DUNN, Publisher. VOLUME XYI. Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From ana1 FftANK HENSE, Pres't. CHAS ERICKSON, Vice Pres't S S HETTERSON, Cashier. ille Lacs County Bank -OP- PRINCETON, MINNESOTA. Capital and Surplus, $35,000. Transacts a General Banking Business. Interest Allowed on Time Deposits. Loans made on Improved Fa^ms and Approved Security. CORRESPONDENTS Germanm Bank, ot St Paul, Chase National Bank, of New York IN BUSINESS AGAIN! Wish to Inform their Friends that they have moved into the Murray Building with a Full Line of Their Goods are all New, and Bought at Bottom Prices and they Propose to sell them on a Very Small Margin. They will be Pleased to see their old customers and friends. Re- member the place, Murray Building. To all Trams, bPEUVL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR TRAVELING SALESMEN AND lliANblENT GUEblb. The Commercial Hotel is First Clnw all It* ap pomtmentx, mid the Ann of the Management lb to make the Guests Comfortable When visit...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

fN OF INTEREST TO WIVES. Kind, patient wives, when you mistrust As noble women sometimes must Your lords have toyed with liquor, ADplv to them this certain test, And from their t'mp ues the secret wiest, For nothing could be slicker. First let them in a manner fleet And olt and humedly jepeat These two woids, "Tinlv rurnl," Then follow up with this. The sun Shines on shop tins," and in each mn ISee that they mind each plural. they sav these without a miss Then make them put their tongues to this And Hee if 'twill detect them If "she sells sea shells" they can snv You enn oonsolej ourselves thnt they Aren't drinking to affect them Chicugo Herald. A YANKEE'S TRICK. was a cold, bright night in the early part of February, and the limited mnil was speed- ing its way ^north. The E^j|5 passen&ers had settled down to a long ride, and made them selves as comiortable as circum stances permitted. Those within range of the light had pulled out there eA'ening papers and begun to peruse the r...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

h* ^jfffPWBHS^^^'P ELEQY. Through all the silent rooms, from ttxv away, The light comes Boftly, seeking tor my love, Through all the Bilent rooms day after day And goes up sorrowing to its home above. With sad dumb look, with speechless ques tioning, It steps so softly through the open doors, Where all day long the mapleshadows swing, Alike as speechless, o'er the vacant floors I wonder much that through the whole round year. Patient and sad, but hopeful as before, It still comes seeking that which is not hero, The dear bnght iace which we shall see no more. I wonder much the sunlight doth not Ivnow Or may not guessthe mute and wondering light- That Bhe hath gonenow where thehhes blow, By hvmg wateis, far beyond the Night. O sunlight, go up highei! In the blue With harp anil crowns ai,d white robes close by Him Thy masterthou wilt surely find anew And glad young angel with the cherubim. Her sweet face still the same we loved, but bright With glories which we saw not, and her brow Cr...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

fx PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY I'lSlES.ls/dCS, $2.00 :Fer "2"ear. iR DUN.X EDITOR AMI PBOPRIJTOR orncs mi 1ms1 STORE, A CAM A^S of the Massachusetts legislatme resulted in the pi evi dential piefeiences of the members as follows Blaine, 77 Harrison, 23 Cleveland, 39 Go\. Russell, 15 Tammany Hill, 11. Tim pesk} led-skins at Mi lie Lats lake aie again making tiou ble for the settlers. One of these da}s there will be some good In dians in that vicinitygood In dians aie dead Indians. TIILHE is a split in the Alliance camp in congress. The Southern Alliance members wish to act with the Democrats. Simpson, Wat son and Otis, simon pure Alliance men, ha\e decided to flock by themsehes. THAT ultra fiee-trade journal, the Great TTW, is authority for the statement that there is only a difleience of seven eights of one pti cent, between the Mills and the McKmlcy bill. Seven-eights of one per cent, is not much to how 1 o^ er. HE Minneapolis Evening Trib une of the 30th nit., locate...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

TTHS J& ^*s,tx't Great Northern Railway- Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex. Sun. Le. St. PanI. Milinen poll*. Elk River.. PRINCtT ON Milaca.. Ar. Dultith 7:00 Dmly Ex. Sun. P.M. Le. Dnlnth 1:00 Miliicn 4:25 1:03 1:80 2:80 S-03 80 PRINCETON ....4:4 7 Elk River 5:20 Minneapolis ...0:35 Ar. St. Paul 7:03 This tram connects with trains going west ut Elk River and Milnca. Princeton Accommodation. Tuee Thine. & Sat GOING soritu. A. Le. Milaca 6 Sonle's Siding. 6 Lnjj'i Siding.. 6 PRINCETON. Zininieiinan. Elk River.... 9::15 Minneapolis 10 Ar St Pawl 10 These trams go soul:li Saturdays, and north Fndajs. Mon., Wed. & Fri. M. GOING NORTH. M. 00 Le St. Paul 3:80 22 MinnenpoliB ..4 10 :4D Elk River 5:20 :25 Zimmerman 0:25 !:i5 PRINCETON ....7:00 Long's Siding..7:20 :80 Sonle's Siding..7t40 :55 Ar Milaca 8:05 Tueedajs Thnrsdajs and Mondays, Wediesdnj and St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST bOING WEST. Foresion..Le. 8:20 A. M. I Milaca Le. 8:45p, Milaca... l...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

jPritutetmt, Ilium R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2 00 per year in advance. EVEN Freddy GteLhard has contract* ed the bi-chloride of gold craze, and an. effort is to be made to amputate him from his long standing jag. PRESIDENT DIAZ says the Garza uprising is simply a speculator's scheme to depress Mexican bonds. In other words, it is a bear movement. It would seem to be proper for Diaz to propose a bull fight. AND in the parliament of Italy there was a personal row the other day. Ey-Premier Crispi charged Premier Rudini with knuckling to France, and the charge was denied and resented. Really the effete parliaments of Europe are waking up. MRS. MONA CAIRD, who is not at all a particularly brilliant writer, and whose celebrity really grew out of a "catchy" phrase, "Is Marriage a Fail- ure?" is about to publish a novel. It is to deal with socialism. She is also collecting for publication in book form her essays on marriage. IF all the locomotives in the Unked States were coupled togethe...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

*s vrr ft-*. TO PLEAD INSANITY I Miss Mitchell, the Memphis Murderess, and Her Lady Companion Ar raigned in Court. insanity the Plea Made by a lawyer on Behalf of the Fair Mur deress. MEMPHIS, Feb. 2.Miss AHco Mitchell, tho murderer of Freda Ward, and her friend, Mis3 Johnston, were arraigned be fore Judge Dubois in the criminal court to day. At 9 o'clock a party consisting of the younc ladies and members of their families arrived at the court house in a closed car riage and entered the court room by the rear door. Judge Dubois was on the bench, making ready to take up the calendar lor the day. Chairs were set for theguesrs,and they sat down lacing the judge's seat, after drawing their chairs so close to her that a man's hand eoud hardly be inserted between them. Tho lew persons in the room craned their neck to get a look at the faces of the prisoners, but they were closely veiled and tlie gazers had their labor lor their pains. Judge Dubois ordered the prisoners to stand up and rem...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 4 February 1892

1 f\ Ou a Lute StartUiii Kvont. The late lamented Jeames Yellow plush in his hnuoiost momenta never surpassed ,a IAMIC\I H'&A.'ii *U tind in a recent description of funeral in New York. Among those present was a gentleman who is not in any sense a public man nor a Kt*eker of newspaper notoriety. lie is a very inch man, how ever, and this fact evidently filled the observant Jennies' buzztun with awe and reverence. "The yonnjr man," says Jeames. with bated breath, "whose wealth is com puted at over fifty millions, stood an attentive, devout and sad participant in the obsequies" his "pale tace. trmged ,-just beneath the ears with tufts of black whiskers, wore a melancholy expression. He was attired in a neat fittmg suit of black, black gloves and tie. Ilo stood when the congregation rose, knelt when it knelt and sat when it sat. Through out the long service ho remained wi*h set. saddened face, and most of the time with bowed head. Never once did he glance around to see who was ther...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

&*** f N *fc VOLUME XYI. Princeton, Minn. H. NEWBERT, Prop. Free 'Bus From_aM To all Trains. bPLtlAL ACCOMMODATIONS FOR lKWELING bALEbMEN AND TKlNblENT GUEblb The Commercial Hotel is First Class in all Its ap pomtmtnfs and the Aim of the Management is if make the Guets Comfortable \V hen visit Princeton Stop at the Commercial Hotel NORTH STAR HOTEL, PRINCETON, MINN MRS. 0. R. BAEKER, Proprietor. Ihts excellent Hotel is centrally located, is un equaled in this section of the State The Traveling Public will here lind a Jbirst Class Sample Room An Excellent Table, Good Beds And Well Furnished Room% ALSO GOOD STABLING ACCOMMODATIONS Merchant Tailor Shop, JOHN JOHNSON, Prop., Main Street, Over Rines's Store, Princeton Minn A NICE LINE OF DOMESTIC AN IM PORTED GOODS. CUSTOMERS CAN ALSO ORDER BY SAMPLES. Perfect Fits and First Class Work manship Gauranteed. I have just received a new line of Samples for he Pall and Winter Season FRANK HENSE, Pres't CHAS ERICKSON, Vtce Pres't S S. KETTE...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

LIFE'S DEN IAL O LOVfc:. Doar, it is hnrd to stand "So iia thy hie, yot PO nport, So nearI think so nearthin*1 henrt, So near 1 hat 1 could touch thine hand, And ho fur I dn not take That hand in mine lor lo\e's dear sake1 So near that I can look my fill At tttntod times upon thy lace, So far that 1 must yipld a place To otheis son* asramst my will' So near that I can ste thee smile' So lai, tn^ ioo heart aches the while' Pear, it hard to know "Whate'er the stiess, the storm, the stufe, Tlie liet. Ihe sadness ol thy hie, I ha\ no power, no npht to show Lo\e in m\ heart, love onrayhpa, To comloit thee tile's eclipse! No right to claim before the rest The prnilege to weep ith thee, ho rijiht, across life's stormy sen, To bid thee welcome to my breast, No right to shaie thy hopes, thy feais, Tluougb all the weary, weary years. Dear, it is hard to feel What bliss may meet thee, full and fair, W heiein poor 1 can have no shaie. That thy wide utuie may leveal The joys of linn est manifold...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

fr THE LETTER HOME. Merrily o'er the tossmpr sea The gallant vessel flies. Her hope is in theficklewaves. The laughing wind aud skies Ber silver truck, it stretches back With purple weeds and foam. And echoes of her flapping Bails Breathe in the letter home? Tho snilor, brown with Bun and brine, The hnrdy, bold and free, He tiolU a song in every port, A jest for all IIUB lie. Nor here nor there is now his care, His heart forsakes the main, And with a fond familiar speech Turns to its own ngmu! Once more before his dreamy gaze The low green hills appear. The pond where sailed his painted fleet, The inendly 100I and dear, The walks are gay with rose and bay, With pinks and pansies dim, And tuere the wrinkled mother waits Whose thoughts nie all iorlum. Mernly o'er t*ie bounding sea The gallant vessel flies. But wars and penis range the deep, And clouds and tempests rise. And many a wrack and whirlwind black Is sent to those who roam, Then blessings on the joyful day That bears a letter...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

It if PRINCETON UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY. MpjfJSPBJV&B&r jfoftHYCK. (R DUNN, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. OFFICS QVER JUNES' STQEE, UAIN ST. PKlNCErON, MINN FE 11, 1892 pondent of the Anoka Union, is a CHISAGO COUNTY News: We behe\ Al bert Scheffer would re ceive a good old-fashioned major ity in this district if he would allow his name to be used as nominee for member of congress. DULUTH Tribune: Minister Patrick Egan has shown himself to be as good an American as if he had been born in Cape Cod, and in early life had kissed Plymouth Rock instead of the blarney stone. JOHN B. SUTPHIN: "The Republi can city ticket should have been re elected. However, we will fool the opposition next fall."Duluth Short Lnc. Duluth Republicans do not seem to be in shape to fool anybody at present. HE second installment of Sen ator John B. Hompe's tirade against Ignatius Donnelly and Doc. Fish appeared in the St. Paul Globe of Feb. 4th. Mr. Hompe's second effusion is neither startling or inte...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

JL Creat Northern Railway. Eastern Minnesota. Daily Ex Sun i St Paul Minneapolis Ltk River Daily Ex Sun JLe Ditlath Milaca 1-06 l.ao 2-80 8 03 3 30 .7 00 PKINOKTON Milaca Ar Duluth GOING SOURH Le Milacas 1 Ar St Paul These trains go soulh amrdjs and north Fndajs 1 00 4 25 4 47 6120 6 36 7 PRINCETON Elk River.. .Minneapolis Ar St Paul.. This train connects with trains going weet ttt Elk River and Mil tea Princeton Accommodation. Tuee Thurs & Sat Man Wed & Fri GOING NORTH 00 Le St Paul. 8 80 32 Minneapolis 4,10 45 Elk Ri\er 5 20 25 Zimmerman 6*26 05 PRINCETON .7*00 15 Long's Siding 7.20 30 Sonle's biding 7.40 55 Ar Milaca. 8 05 Tnesdijs Thursdavs and Mondajs, Uednesdajsand Sonle' Siding Ln' Siding PRINCETON Zimmermnu i-lk River Minneapolis St. Cloud & Hinckley Division of the G. N. Railway. GOING EAST GOING WEST Foreston Le 8 2 0A I Milaca. Le 8 4 Milaca 8 43 I Foreston 6PM 4 0 5 Attention, G. A. K. Regular meetings of the Wallace Rmee Post No 142, GAR will be held on the ...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

irrmjeton: Wnimx, R. C. DUNN, Publisher. Terms:2.00 per year in advance. A MAN has just died in Connecticut "who smoked 2000 herring a day. Worse than the tobacco habit. No wonder he died. A CONTKACTOK in Chicago was com pelled to pay his men double wages to induce them to dig out the ruins of a burned cheese factory. This is no re* flection on the cheese. THE difference between the grip and the influenza seems to be exactly the difference between drunkenness and in toxication, depending entirely upon the wealth and social standing of the victim. Mns. FAWCETT, speaking at Birming ham in favor of the claim for woman suffrage, stated that not only were there 38,000 female land owners in England and Wales, but 20,000 women were actually engaged in farm ing on their own account. SIXTY-EIGHT per cent, of the mem bers of the junior class at Yale who are distinguished in athletics re ceived appointments for high scholarships in the recent distribu tion of those honors there. This is a pret...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Princeton union. — 11 February 1892

ill *"*?i^3R^':,&W?'*^ "J DIED INSTANTLY. Chnrlcs Mellvaine, the Murderer, Suffers Death by Electro- cution. He Takes His Seat in the Execu tion Chair, Shrieking Pray ers for Mercy. SING SING, N. Y., Feb 9.Charles Mell vaine, who murdered Grocerynian Luca in Brooklyn two years ago, was electrocuted here to-day. The amendment to the electrocution law having been signed by the governor, repre sentatives of various papers and the press associations were present, and, as the' re port of the execution shows, the sensational reports ot previous executions by electricity were im ounded. Two contacts were made, but the doctors present are ol the opinion that the second contact was unnecessary, Mclivaine's death being instantaneous when the current was first applied. There were slight blisters where the electrodes came in contact with the flesh, but the.ile.sh was not cooked. Stools were ranged about the room, in the middle of which stood an execution chair, which all who had seen Keminl...

Publication Title: Princeton Union, The
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