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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

N. SAUS 6i CO., Real i! state Agenta. BEDFORD OITY, VA. VOL. IX.?NO. 15. SPECIAL NOTICES. iai Auction Sale PROPERTY AI' [RO^IISrOIKIIKI, The. great industrial oonter of Virginia. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. Woodland Park, Three blocks froiii the established busi? ness center of ltoanoke, at the junction of the Norfolk and Western and ltoan? oke and Southern railroads, has been subdivided into lots, and will bo sold at auction October !7. Scheduled prices will admit of from 100 to 300 per cent, pro lit to the purchasers in the immedi? ate future. A large attendance of buy? ers is expected from all >parts of the uountry. This sale will inaugurate the groat fall activity in the Rouuokc real . slate market, and is the liest oppor? tunity ever offered for both quick turns and permanent investment. One of the most noted auctioneers in the country will officiate. Watch the newspapers for? further announcements of this ex? traordinary sale. Woodbind Park has long been hold with the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

amm OUTHWEST VIRGINIA NEWS. SUFFOLK. Opening of Rylmid Institut?-?Arrest of u Colored Lunatic. Suffolk, Va., Oct. t.?I Special]?Mr. .lames 0. Freonoy and Mrs. Eliza K. Milby woru married at the Methodist Church last Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 in tho presence of a large number of their friends. Tho opening of the second session of Ryland Institute was very llattering to Miss Butt, the principal, and her asso? ciates. Ovor sixty pupils are now en? rolled, twenty-seven of whom are boarders, and applications are con? stantly coming in from others. llcnry Gatling, the desperate negro lunatic, who has a local notoriety of tho most fearful kind, and who has delied 'the officers and everybody else the past .six mouths, was captured lust Friday evening at Windsor. Va.. by Constable J..1. S. Branch, of this county, but not until after be had been shot eight or ten times by Sherilf Edwards, of Isle of Wight, and Constable 1 .ranch, who wero forced to shoot him in self-defense. He was tinned w...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

THE HAPPIEST HOUR. BOW Some. Well-Known Women Att Kweroil An Interesting Question, t Sorao timo ago Edward W. Bok, of the Ladies' Homo Journal, submitted to a number of tho bost-known American and European womon tbo question: ?"Which, in your opinion, is tho hap? piest hour of a woman's lifo?" This question is roally the most uniquo of a long list of questions concerning wom? en, their feeling1; and motives, that are torturing tho masculine mind. Tho an? swers woro no less uniquo and full of Interest. Louise Chandler Moulton said in re* ply: "But I honostly think that real happiness comes to a woman only hand in hand with lovo. * * * When sho bogins to feel that sho begins to bo tremulously, deliciously, doliriously happy. But that is only tho beginning. Whon her troth is plighted?is that her happiest moment? Sho does not think bo then; for sho is looking forward to her bridal morning. Tho now life bo? gins. Is that, then, tho happiest mo? ment? Hardly. A year?a year of mutual forbe...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING. EXCEPT MONDAY. ROANOK E TIM 148 PUBLISHING CO., Publishers anil Proprietor*. TIMES BUILDING, Third avenuo and First ?treut, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER ISA. Tub Timkr will bo delivered in Uonnoke, Sa? lem, ami Vlntonovory morning by carriers lor Jlfty cents por mouth. TERMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) Dally, one nioulb.V'S three months.}??*' " six months.?]?**[ " one year.u-w All papers sent Olli of the city must bo paid for Invariably iu advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. The Weekly Times, containing the news of On- wcoK in a inoro condensed foriu.ona year, jl.00 Id advance. Advertising rules made known on applica? tion. Items or news, communications, oto., should Ik- addressed u> the Editor ol Tins Timks. Itcuilttancus, i?y express, money-order, rog Isterod letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE ROANOKE times PUBLISHING CO. Koanoko, Virginia. Entered ut the Postoflleo ai lloanoko as sco pnd-olnss matter. ROANOK...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. Nbw York, Oct. 4.?[Special]?Ex? change quiet, firm at 482%<g 188. Money easy. 2% to r>. closing offered at 3. Sub-treasury balances?Cold. 8151, 040,000; currency, 85,800,000. ISovern mcnt bunds dull, steady. Is. r.' .'. I ',s. 101. sSte bonds dull, barely steady. Ala. C A 9 to b. 1<>5 iN. W. pref.... 5UJ .; do Cl. H Is. ? 107 N. l?ac. :.".) Ga. 7s mortg'o.100 N. Pac. pref.. 75% N. C. (is.124 jPao. Mail .... .1!?^ do..4s.Uedding. 37% S. c. coii Ur... IU. & W. P. 'l"l P.) Tonn. 0?.10? IItook Island.. 70% Tenn. sitt. 3s. '23? St. Paul. c.4 Vir. 0s. 50 St. Paul pref. 110 Vir. consuls... -is Tex. Pacific. 18% ?Ch. iS.- N. \V... 100% Tn.Coal & Ir'n 42 do profer'd.. 13!j Union Pacific. 51 Del* Lack. ..143% N. 3. Cen.114% E.'Je in., now. :.'3',Mo. Pacific... 07't Lake Shore .. . 8% West. Union . si L. A N".lotij.j Cot. (til T. t'.. r.'U Mctn.&amp...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

THE CHUUCH OF ROME. Figures from tho Propaganda Re? garding Its Condition. %?rty Twice a* Many Catholic.1] ?" the ulted State* as iu Groat Britain an*i Ireland?MUnlonary Work lu Avia tralln and Africa. s Tho annual report just issued by tho Baorcd congregation ot tho propaganda, Rome, gives tho statistics of the Cath? olic church throughout tho world. The report is a hook of 010 pages. An ac? count of the work being done in each nation is given, says tho New York Sun. Each account is followed by a statistical table, which furnishes tho latest returns prior to the time the report was sent to press, June 21. Here are the figures of tho Catholic church in the United States: Catholics, 8,10S,08S; priests, 7,057; churches, 7,072; chapels, 1,058; parochial schools, 3,000; scholars, 543,15)7; charitablo institu? tions, 514. Ireland has 3,808,000 Catho? lics, 2,558 churches and chapels, 1,097 parish churches, 8,200 priests, 5,394 schools, and 18 seminaries. The returns for England are as fo...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

S:S.S. ERADICATES BLOOD PON SON AND BLOOD TAINT. Qevhral bottles of Swift's Specific (S.S. S.) *~ entirely cleansed my system of contagious blood poison of the very worst type. Wm. S. Loomis, Shreveport, La. s.ss. CURES SCROFULA EVEN IN ITS WORST FORMS. T had scrofula In 1881, and cleansed my ?* system entirely from it by taking seven bottles of S. ?. S. 1 have not had any symp? toms since. C. W. Wi lcox , Spartanburgr, S. C. -0 HAS CURED HUNDREDS OF CASES OF SKIN CANCER. Treatise on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed *ree. Swikt Sl'KCIPlC Co.. Atlanta, Go S3 S. furl :::cr:S. Ora'.iV FOR TUMORS. Diaro bees a :uffcrer? ftoa tumors and cores. l!y employe* rc:oE aoElci mo tc try tha "A. 3.C. Alteratiro." I did so, and hiTcteca I t:licvc it to to aa absolute Bkcd :do prompts this t:stir.oa'.al. AL^sr? MUP.HAY, lUchacad, Va. T Q N1G. Clttia gFcr Lung Troubles. -v J ? a c-:2:::r f;an lung I t??We. Haria jheara ??? "'? A. B. C. Ic5s '.3 try It. It proved very cencikial; ayc;-r;b his ; sayappet...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 5 October 1890

T SNYDER & MACBAIN Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, henriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosiery and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Butterick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. tf 134 Salem Avenue, Roanoke, Virginia. R1CHLANDS. Last April wc began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, iudeed, one old farmhouse was the total sign of life about the place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger station, while the Clinch Valley Company has spent, or is u...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

N. SALE & CO., Reul y?tcts AKonts, BEDFORD CITY, VA. I VOL. IX.-NO. 16. SPSCIALi NOTICES. 1 INSIDE PROPERTY AT The great industrial center of Virginia. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. Woodland Park, Three blocks from the established busi? ness center of Roanoke, at the junction of the Norfolk and Western and Roan? oke and Southern railroads, has been subdivided into lots, and will be sold at auction October 17. Scheduled prices will admit of from 100 to 300 percent, profit to the purchasers in the immedi? ate future. A large attendance of buy? ers is ox pecd from all parts of the country. This sale will inaugurate the great fall activity in the Roanoke real estate market, and is the best oppor? tunity ever ..gored fur both quick turns and permanent investment, one i?r the most noted'auctioneers in the country will oHiciati . Watch the newspapers for further unnounuotnonts Of this ex? traordin?r;, sale. Woodland Park has long been hold with the idea that the city would ' ..Ice ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

INDUSTRIAL NOTES. The Ckarlottesvillo smd Southern rail? road Is projected to run from Charlottes villc, Va., to a connection with the Richmond and Allegbauy railroad, or to the .1 antes river, a distance of about twenty-four miles. The route is gen? erally favorable and passes through a good agricultural and mineral region. There will be only one bridge of any slate. The principal business of the road will i "bo in soapstone, granite, iron and agri? cultural produce. It is expected that surveys will commence in a few weeks, and that the contracts for construction will be let about January. The Premier Steel Company, com? posed of capitalists of Now Albany, In? diana, havo purchased the entire plant of tho Indianapolis rolling mill for $132,000. The Crown and Cumberland Steel Com? pany, Cumberland, Md.. was sold at trus? tees' sale September IS to Hicks & Dickey, iron and steel merchants, and K. 31. Seidel, crucible manufacturer, all of Philadelphia. The plant originally...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

[STRANGERS IN A DUEL. Probably tho Qucorost Encountor Liver Described. !Story of a Meeting on tlio FlrJU or Honor lu tho Hay* IScforo tht> War?A 8eo onU Who Olil Not I2VOM Know tlio Numc of tho rrlncipul. "I have- seen one duel In my lifo," ho ] said to a Now York Tribune man. "I do ! not believe in dueling, of course, but Since that duel 1 have not had tho hor? ror of it which I felt before. It did not i seem like murder; it did not seem even brutal to me. "1 was in Now Orleans and was sit? ting late one night in the hotel corridor, interested in a discussion ably conduct? ed by both sides. It was on that subject Which then hung on every man's lips. Both men were handsome, middle-aged and refined looking. Tho conversation ?beennio more and moro heated until one of tho men said sternly: " 'You have insulted my State and me, sir.' " 'I havo spoken what I bolievo to bo the truth,' said tho other man, calmly, | 'and I can not change my sentiment.' " 'Then you offer to give m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVEUY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. UOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO., Publishers and Proprlotors. TIM BS BUILDING, Tliir.l avouuo and First struct, southwest. telephone ncmbkh um. Tin: Times will bo delivered in Uonnoke, Sa? lem, and Vlnton ovary morning by carriers for fifty cents per month. TEUMS, BY MAIL, (Postage Prepaid.) "Dally, "tu: month.f "5J throe months.}?"" " six months.{?'jj " one year. All papers sent out <>f tho city most be i?ui?l for Invariably in advance. THE WEEKLY TIM BS. Tue Webki.y Timss. eontiilnlnir tho news <>r tho week in a more oondensod form, onu year, jl.oo in advauee. Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. Items of news, communications, etc.. should Ik- address?! to the Editor of Tub Tim us. ltotnlttnnoog, by express, money-order, reg Istorod lottur, cheque, or druft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE UOANOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO. Uonnoke. Virginia. Ente red at the Postoftlceal Itoa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

i Heading. 38 It. <t W. I'. Tl 1S:<? FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL. The Times' Telegraphic and Local Market Reports. Nkw Yobk, <>ot. 0.?[Special]?Ex? change quiet, Bnui at 483K@488. Money easy. 4 to 7, dosing offered at 5. Sub-treasury balances?Hold. 8150, ?77,000; currency, 85,700,000. Govern? ment bonds dull, steady. 4s.123, l'..s. 104. state bonds dull, featureless. Ala. 0 A 3 to b. 105 IN. W. pref.... 57 '? 1 do. Cl. It 4s.. 107 N. Pao. 28X (la. 7s inortg'o. too N. Pan. prof.. 74.'< N. C. 08.125 Pac. Mail- 31? do. .48. 08 S. C. con I Jr... 100 Tenn. os.lor, IKock Island.. 77;'^ Tonn. sett. 3s. 73' ; St. Paul. OH* Vir. (is. 50 [St. Paul prof. 105) Vir.consuls... 48 Tex. Paciilc. . 18)rf Ch. & N. \V.. .10096 'I'n.Coal & Ir'n 42 do profer'd.. 1.40 Union Pacific. 51% Del. & Lack... 143?(j N. J. Pen.115 E. Tenn., new. 23 Mo. Pacific... ?71., Lake Shore... West. Union . 81 Li. & N.lOOJjj ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

H?OFNACKLE. How Hot Woathor Caused Hard Foolingo Botwoen Two Citizous. (Translate.! for thl-i i>apcr from th^ St. Louis Qormuu batcrao, by Alex. E. Swcot.J N my opinion, M r. E d i I o r. this has been, a ri n w f n 1 tough summer on fat people liko mysolfi although 1 can stand it better than s o m o others I know. I am used to having things mado hot for all the year around. I have been m a r r 1 c d to Mrs. Hoofnockle now twenty-seven years. If it wasn't for that I would not be ablo to stand 100degrees in the shado as well as I do. The coolest place 1 have boon able to ?find in St. Louis is Zweiheer's saloon, which ia quite convenient to my place of residence A few choice spirits hold a regular session there every day, and oc? casionally wo have an extra session. Among them is Mr. Smiley, the under? taker, who has a studio on the noxt Iblock; Mr. Yawper, an auctioneer, and several others. All of them suffer more or less from the heat and at times tho conversation drifts ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

W.'FT'S SPECIFIC FOR r enovatintr the entire system, eliminating all Poisons from the Blood, whether of scrofulous or malarial origin, this prep? aration has no equal. . . TfWDC " For eighteen months I had an eating sore on my tongue. I was treated by best local physicians, but obtained no relief; the sore gradually grew worse. I finally tooh S. S. S., and was entirely cured after using a few bottles." C. Ii. McLemore, Henderson, Tex. TREATISE on Blood and Skin Diseases mailed free. The Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ua. 3 Preparations: Alterative, Tonis m SIL ffo to. 30 U IS8? am skin A. Jr. C. Chemical Co., Jllclimoud, i'u.: Having for u long thno suffered from lim effects of ti horrible blood trouble, and after resorting to medical skill mi:! other remedies trillion! bene? fit, Itrled" A, Jt. c. Alterative." I hare heeu. entirely restored, and it affords me pleasure to attest its vir? tues. Ji is evidently a very great tonic und alterative, and I recommend ting Buffering from blood...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 7 October 1890

ILTo. HO Teffe HEW FALL DRESS GOODS. SNYDER & MACBAIN Have opened an immense stock of brand new fall goods, cashmeres, serges, lienriettas, all-wool habit cloths and Scotch plaid suitings in all the newest shades and color? ings, new blankets, comforters, hosier}- and underwear, zephyr and Saxony yarns in all shades, Buttcrick patterns, fashion sheets and delineators for October just received. ONE-PRICE STORE, a 134 Salem Avenue, Roauokc, Virginia. "RICHLANDS. Last April we began to advertise our town lots, making at that time a number of statements in regard to what we would do. Through the non-completion of the Clinch Valley extension of the Norfolk and Western our railroad facilities at that time were very limited. We had no rail? road station and, indeed, one old farmhouse was the total sign of life about tjje place. Since then the railroad has erected a fine brick and stone freight station, one of the largest on the road, and will shortly erect a fine passenger stat...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1890

N. SALE & CO., _Real Estate Acrento. BEDFORD CITY, VA. 3VOL. IX?NO. 17. SPECIAL NOTICES. WANTED?A largo room, centrally located, by the Roanoke Musical Society. Address (!. \Y. JETT, ohoir man executive committee, No. 5 Third avenue, n. w. octs-it rpiIE STATE SAVINOS RANK of JL RoanoJ <orbii8inc! -L Roanoke opens Wednesday October S >r business. 1). (i. COLE.cashier, octt-l't. INSIDE PROPERTY at The great industrial center of Virginia. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1890. Woodland Park, Three blocks from the established busi? ness center of Roanoke, tit the junction oi' the Norfolk and Western and Roan? oke and Southern railroads, has been subdivided into lots, and will bo sold at auction October 17. Scheduled prices will admit of from 100 to 300 percent, profit to tho purchasers in the immedi? ate future. A lar<re attendance of buy? ers i.-t expected from all parts of the country. This sale will inaugurate the great fall activity in the Roanoke rea...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1890

lNDU?TKIAL NOTER. A correspondent of tho Now York Sun -writes concerning the forging of the Shalt of the Great Eastern: The crank shaft of the Oreat Eastern was forged at the Lancellold forge, Lanooftold ?street, Glasgow, Scotland, the work having boon undertaken by .lames Beau? mont Noilson, commonly called "Hot blast" Noilson, after unsuccessful at? tempts by tbo forges of heeds and Wi gan. The firm, Kulten & NcHson, had what was believed to be the largest hammer in tho world, and it was said that Mr. Neilsoadoelarod that he would "forgo tho shaft or burst the hammer." Mr. Noilson was Immensely rich, the product of a long lawsuit, against the Bairds of Onrtshorrlo and other iron masters for twelve years' royalty for tho use of his "hot-blast" process with? out license. His coal and iron mines, his forge, his Hyde Park foundry and Hyde Park engine shop were all on the largest scale of that day. and their pro? ducts wcro * unexcelled. Mr. Ful? ton, a son-in-law of the el...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1890

OF ROANOKE, VIRGINIA. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL $25,000,000. President??GENITAL RITZHUOH LEE, Ex-Covornor of Virginia. First v*iee';jPrcS5d?n.t?PEY/TO^ Tj. TERRYJ President Roanoko Trust, Loan and Sy e Deposit Conipany, and Vice-President First National-Hank, Roan?ke, V>. Second Yice-l'rosidont?S. \V. JAMISON, Secretary and Treasurer Roan? oko Trust. Loan and Safe Deposit Company, and Secretary Roanoko and Southern Railroad Conipany. Secretary?.JOHN OTT. late Cashier Citizens' Rank of Roanoko, and City Hank of Richmond. Va. Treasurer?I. C. DAVENPORT, Cashier Commercial National Bank, Roanoko; Va. Coneral Counsel?HON. C. A. MclIUGII, Counsellor-at-Law, lato of Charleston, S. C. Manager of Agencies?D. 15. JESSE, late of Le\-ington, Ky. ZEEozrr^e Ofiflce: HO Tefafersori Street, ZESostrLOl^e, "Vlrg?n-ia,. What is the Iron-Helt Ituildlng and Loan Association? It is a co? operative hank in which the members are equal partners, and the deposits are loaned only to the members. ?5?" What...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Roanoke Times — 8 October 1890

THE ROANOKE TIMES. EVERY MORNING, EXCEPT MONDAY. ItOAXOKE TIMES PUBLISHING CO.. Publishers ami Proprietors. TIM BS BUILDING, rhlrd avouuo and Virst street, southwest. TELEPHONE NUMBER 124. Thk Timfs will bo delivered In Honnnke, Sa? lem, nnil Vlnton every morniuK t?J' carriers for fifty cents per month. TEIIM8, BY MAIL. (Postage Prepaid.) Daily, one month.* *? three months. *? six months.jj.JJ{ " ono year."?llu All papers rent out of the city must be paid for Invariably In advance. THE WEEKLY TIMES. Thk Wr.KKi.v Timks, containing the news of the week in n more condensed form, one year, $1.00 In advance Advertising rates made known on applica? tion. _ Items of news, communications, etc.. should bo addressed to the Editor of Tun Timks. ttemlttanccs, by express, monoy-ordcr. reg? istered letter, cheque, or draft, should bo ad? dressed and made payable to THE HO A NOK E TIM ES PUBLISHING CO. itoanoko, Virginia. Entered nt tho Postofflco at Uoanokoas sec? ond-class mutter. Thk Times cont...

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