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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

" -trr-f" s !1F y I b Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-Jy t lefteior. THUBSDAT, OCTOBER 17, 1888. ABOUT PEOPLE. Prof. D. F. Shirk and wife, of Chap man, spent the day in town. D. J. Kimmerly of Navarre, legan the week weU by comiDg to the county seat. Wm. Kamsey, Solomon's prominent farmer was a pleasant Beflector caller. J. H. Hoffman, of Enterprise, was doing business in the probate court this morning. F. D. Carman, Herington's handsome attorney, was rustling about the streets of Abilene. J. W. Baker, county commissioner, came in this morning from his trip to New Mexico. Hon. J. S. Hollinger drove in from Hiawatha through the rain to get some thresher repairs. Postmaster Bussell, of Chapman, shook hands with friends in the county seat this afternoon. Rev. T. F. Stauffer boarded the coon train for a three days' business trip to Beatrice and Lincoln, Neb. John Dyal and wife, of Topeka, are visiting Mr. B.'s p...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

"?"'T" "'TBV -SrfV'fr-' m?mF!iii&?"-pry- V "!W?M$Qt' y-jr 33- ABILENE REFLECTOR -PUBLISHED BI- 1EFLEGTDB, PDBHSHIKG- CDjgMI CURRENT COMMENT. "Judge" Bcnce, the centenarian .Democrat, died at Port Huron. Mich.. on the 8th. He was horn in Hartford, Conn., November 14, 1787. The Mexican Government has sent 'two shorthand reporters to Washing ton to take down the deliberations ol the Pan-American Congress. The approximate gross earnings of le Atchison, entire system, for Sep tember, are $2,017,3-53, against $2,475,- 5C4 for the same month last year. Jonx McCluke. next to -the last surviving juryman who condemned John Brown to death, died n.-ar Sum mit Point, Va., recently, aged eighty three. The marriage of Ed ward A. Achorn, the young lawyer, and Mies Apenes Zela, tl: Swedish opera singer, took place at Trinity Church, Boston, on the Sth. The first day's registration of voters in 2sew York City produced 58,672 names on the list of voters. On the first day labt year the number was 5...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

y I n r TIMELY ADVICE Dr. Talmaue Discourses on the Proposed World'a Fair. Its Moral and Rellciou Importance En- tIous Rlralry or Cities Bcbtaked A Great Peace Congress Sucsested War's Glory Departed Conclusions. In a recent sermon at Brooklyn Hev. T. De Witt Talmage took for bis subject "The Coming "World's Fair: Shall It Be Made a Blessing or a Curse?" His text was Ezekiel jrxvii. 12: "Tbey traded in thy fairs." After announcing that ho would soon visit the Holy Land on a two months' leave of absence in order to gain a personal knowledge of the places sacred tojhll Christians. Dr. Talmage said: Pairs may bo for the sale of goods or for the exhibition of goods on a small scale or a large scale, for county or city, for one nation or for all nations. My text brings us to the fairs of ancient Tyre, a city that is now extinct. Part of the city was on an island, and part on the main land. Alexander, the conqueror, was much embarrassed when he found so much of the city on an island, for ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 17 October 1889

r ? w vjfjr-jj?v j'.i:i af," sjvir --w$f-r.? sarst J' IMP0RTA1TT REMOVAL ! VfRy GALLON GRAND CLEARANCE CO 8T ALE! About November 1st we will move from our present location, in Hodge Block, to the room on Cedar street, between the post office and First National Bank. We have inaugu rated a G-RAISTD COST SALE, which is meeting with great success. Everything in our immense stock goes at e Wholesale Prices 0 " W LLCAjrCLOnXJLJL,3L M IX ED PAINTS JXUGGl SfS g$e jfcjierfot. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1889. RECENT REFLECTIONS. We Reserve Nothing, but Give You the Benefit of Our New This is an Unusual Opportunity to Buy Your Fall and Winter Supplies -AT NET COST,: Butwe prefer to move the greater part of our stock in this way. The m-usaxs-ow om. T v Be sure to attend this great sale and se cure your share of the bargains. This sale will continue until we are established in our new quarters. JCSyPoplar Hill, this county, has a sorghum mill which the Sun says is do ing a rushing business. 3S?Invit...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

sa MMBi - ------ - . - . - -. . TEN PAG-ES. ABILENE, DICKINSON GOTJNTT, KANSAS, OCT. 24, 1889. VOL. VII, NO. 9. ' " - m - ... i j Jbilrtw INkl itrita&ttf . ' & T . r ITCHING and Irritating Eruptions and every form of ekln and blood disease, from a common Plmplo to the worst case of Scrofula, can bo cured by the use of Blndbllder, the new vegetable Blood Purl ficr. Internally, and Cole's Carbollaalve, the Great Btln Remedy, externally. - Bludbilder, Is a concentrated vegetable extract and possesses wonderful tonic, alterative and blood purlylns qualities. It renews and enriches the blood and through It reaches every part of the body. Imparts life and vigor to all its functions and strengthens and builds up the syetem. It Is the best known remedy for all Scrofulous Complaints, Erysipelas, Eczema, BoOs, Tumort, Mcrca rial Potsonlno and Constitutional Disorders, Blotches, Pimple and Eruptions of the Skin, Rheumatism, and all diseases caused by an Impoverished or corrupted condit...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

IBABRL; - 02 (- Erom Shop to Mansion. The Romantic Story of a JDresa Meier's Rise in Life. By WIrs. F. RI. Howard. Copyrlgltled, IS33. , CEAPTEKXL Grade tripped lightly down the stairs, dressed in a dainty silk of cerulean blue, her noatiegjhair fastened back with a silver dagger;lsabel followed her, dressed simply and elegantly in a plain black silk, a chu of creamy Teal kce about her neck, in the fleecy folds of which shono the diamond locke her Snly ornament, and Mr. Fal coner quiterested from his bath, cheer I uUybrojghFup the rear. Caroline met them at tbo footof the stairs and ushered them Into a spacious drawing room, elegantly furnished; a little, old lady was sitting on a sofa, her hair, which was snowy white, was arranged in little curly puffs on each side of her white temples; her eyes were a deep brown, and her small mouth had a peculiarly sweet expression. She, too, 'was dressed in a heavy black silk, cuMowsit the "throat, and filled in with fold onold of whitest, fleec...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

-4. K V J. HE SAY10UE OF ALL. Dr. Talmage on the Duties of Christiana Christ the Personal Saviour of Mankind A Great Example Tor All The I.ord Erer Kcady to Help the Distressed Glories of Heaven. In a recent sermon Rer. T. De Witt Tal mage took his text frcm Hebrews xiL 2: "Looking Unto Jesus." lie sermon was as fol ows: In the Christian life we must not go slipshod. This world wasnot made for us to rest in. In time of vrar ycu will find around Ihe streets of some city, far from the scene of conflict, men in soldiers' uni form who have a right to be away. They obtained a furlough and they are honestly and righteously off duty; tut I have to tell you in this Christian conflict, between the first moment when we enlist under the banner of Christ and the last moment in which we shout the victory, there never will be a single instant in which we will have a right to be off duty. Paul throws all around this Christian life the excite ments of the old Reman and Grecian games tboe games that...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

f JX m: FAULKNER & V CLOTHING HEADQUARTERS. GREAT CLOSING-OUT SALE CO.'S GREAT Not Less than Cost! Not Even at Cost, but at a Small Margin, a Bona Fide Living Profit! Some of our competitors may be able to sell goods at LESS THAN COST, but we cannot stand it; our eastern creditors want their cash too prompt ly and we have never yet learned the secret of selling a silver dollar for seventy-five cents and getting rich by it. We may "catch on" later, but at pres ent we are afraid if we attempt-it we shall land in the same boat with "Pat's Pig." We turn our goods every season and carry over very little, therefore, everv season we are able to buy a fresh, new stock, and as clothing has been depreciating in value every year we have bought new goods this fall so that we can SELL them at a SMALL PROFIT and UNDEKSELL competitors who have their store piled full of old goods that have been accumulating for a good many years. First cost for such goods is a big price, and thac is what you wi...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

jjmiMiaMiiMIIIIMaiBMMMrtajaigiBMMaMM , a HaveiSS it .Ton. jast 8ifijj, . frlf-W:: T"- t'.. -j??5 , MP" --V -v "' -i' g'r-r-1 'vi! -,-.,--..', .. -i.'v..yT5.-',.- ---iiS-'v . -- -' - "--..- " " - vi? . . - r , p I tecv nM i Mi " -- . - It T. g. ;hecity. 'Squf . fjpn 3on's s ing g$ home, Lut , BChool,N& today1 , Mr. ". foru,! W. an Jor? rustlii ., . nioci homj. xM B?T Hte- . BR. jioved Spruce. J. G. rustling yesterda Ti from Eg tor son? A. dent ft fromrt Mr? from't rejT -. ,- - - vy. GALLON (3 ,xantCLoU- -. O U T - CXVy fl f cyrvvigj XPKUGGIISTIS v."- r. ' D ?l3r CtW' Political Chat. Take it straight the republican ticket this fall. Election Proclamation. I, D. W. Naill, sheriff ot the county cf Dickin son in the state ot Kansas, by virtue of the an thorlty veeted in me as such sheriff, do hereby proclaim and make known that on Tuesday, the 5th day of November, A. D. 189, a general elec tion will be held la the various election districts and voting precincts of said county of Dick...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

. ae '. L UMBER! Boards we 2-1, 4-4, and a regular stock, . And millions of feet waiting on the dock. Our grades they are in the strictest terms complete, And we'll sell you from one to one million feet, And at prices so low that our competitors will pout And confess most assuredly that they are knocked out. Although it may hurt them, we'll do what we say, And remember it's to be done at very small pay: There is the barn and the hay, which is all to be free. You say you can not believe, we say, just drive down anrrsee, irou ask where is the place this confusion is about? Oh! it's the Chicago Lumber Co., the best on the U. P. route, Located on Cottage avenue, just east of the depot, So come buy your lumber before the bargains all go. to- CSt gSBSfco VTssssi'j'sSFS!Si for Bnfants "CotoriasBoircUadaptedtocluiarent'iia.t i I recommend it as superior to any prescription 8 111 So. Oxford St, Brooklyn, N. Y. S Tnx WANTED. Chickens and Eggs, fori which we -will pay the a highest market pric...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

.BB n SUWl )Odsf herS? lJ rW ane vtoi . .hetf i, IS! UDS a si 1.141 L 3f rested wy. nooi!:. lato-,. ir,A. )ne rdp?. i UOV4 yKk H5f tea istl'gPv J. fR' utf g. gst ues a&. - itinflftif - , &g plajg ' goGJjfl $$ busife ' ildreKryjorrrccners -uastona. WilVbe given everv day all through this week at our store. Our assortment of Fall and Winter Dry Goods is the finest in the city, and our prices are the lowest. We sell for cash only, and give better prices to our cus- , toiners than if we adopted the long time system. We work for the Ready Cash Trade and give the low prices ,.! which Rqady Cash always demand. ARE YOU GOING TO BUY A DRESS? Then you cannot afford to pass us, as we have the finest selection of these goods in the city. The cream of the New York Dress Goods market. Remember, we buy all our Dress Goods and all our Dry Goods in the Few York market, the lowest price and the best market in America. You can get New York retail prices at our store, which means a big saving o...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

. .- fi I BARRACK LIFE. Th Official Beport on Jefferson Barracka CERTAIN STORIES EXAGGERATED. Enough, However, to Call For Reform v Enterprising "Skin Game" Ser N ceants Sent to Other Posts. "Wjlbhisotos, Oct 23. The report of the army conrt of inquiry which investigated the charges made with regard to the treat ment of recruits at Jeirerson Barracks, Ma, has been laid before Secretary Proc tor by Captain Eb3tein, a member of the court, who came on here for that purpose. The report consists of a voluminous mas3 of testimony and a summary of the evidence. No recommendations or opin ions are contained in the report, as the articles of war provide that courts of in quiry shall not submit any opinions with their reports unless specially ordered to do so, and no order was made. The testimony shows that the charges were exaggerated, but that there was some foundation for them. The charges of cruelty toward enlisted men was not proved. It was found that the food was poorly cooked and badly...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

a Have your prescriptions compounded at John M. Gleissner's Drug store, east side of Broadway, cor. 3d st. 39-J y y - II 'elector. THUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 18S8. ABOUT PEOPLE. T. C. Iliff and wife were shopping in the city. 'Squire W. G. Lewis of Willowdale was a county seat visitor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Augustine have moved into their new home on North Spruce. J. G. Keefer, one of Banner's rustling young farmers, was in the city yesterday. T. H. ilalott returned yesterday from Bedford, Ind., where he has been for some weeks. Geo. B. Allen, one of north Dickin son's successful teachers, was purchas ing goods in the city. A. V. Jewett, formerly superinten dent of schools in this city, is home from his eastern trip. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Warfield are home from their summer's visit to their old home, Clifton Springs, N. Y. Luther Bright was taken home from Bchool yesterday quite ill. He is better today and will soon be out again. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Cowles, of Hart ford, Conn., are visiting thei...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

ABILENE- REFLECTOR -rtTBI.ISIIEI BT SELECTOR POBLISHIN& COHPAHI. CURRENT COMMENT. The Rock Island is open for busi ness to Kingfisher, Ok. The following , are intermediate stations: Wankomis, lennessey and Mandon. f ." lllkb VAA.U.... Mfr. ....w .. receivership of General John McNulta :was entered by consent of all creditors Aind other interested parties by Judge Sfferesham at Chicago on the 18th. teIEF Justice JciiEitsays that the m of the Andrew Jackson League in Chicago in nominating him for President was entirely unauthorized. He is well enough satisfied with his present position. The French Minister of War pro poses to double the army corps at 2?aiicy and to double the railway facil ities from Lille, Lyons and Besancon to the German frontier, so that 30,000 troops can reach there in three days. The Cabinet meeting of the loth was devoted almost exclusively to the discussion of trade relations with Mexico and the retaliatory policy as reported by Minister Ryan. It was said t...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

y b t ABILENE IlERECTOfi -I'fni.TSHKIJ II Y- REFLP.CTO-B PUBLISHING COMPANY. WHICH WILL YE CHOOSE. Adrift on a golden ocean With faces turned to the sU7, Hocking with gentle moticn, The poppy blossoms lie. Red as a blood vashed saber, Gold as the sunflower's crest, "Wheat for a sijjn of labor, Popples the emblem of rest. Softly the senses lulling '.Into a ?reaailcss 5leen Poppies Tre have for tfce culling, . "Wheat, when vre sow and reap. Fair are the poppy blossoms That flash on the mortal eye Sweet are the scarlet pleasures That dazzle oursouis and die. Pleasure is sweet in the drinking, StcepeJ in delight, we forget That deep in Sanies are shrinking The ashes of vain regret. .Fair are the scarlet flowers, Tet fHirer the golden wheat. Toil in the springtime hours, Toil in the autumn sweet. Trouble in time of sowing. Trust for a gentle ram. Tears 'til autumn is showing The heads of ripened grain. "Which will ye choose. O mortals. As emblem ofeiery hunr, "Wheat with its yellow tasse...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 24 October 1889

ffje Merio. THUBSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1888. E1CHIT EEFLECTIOHS. A marriage license was granted Jos. Kern and Anna Saxer, both of En terprise. Ah election approaches the cer tainty of electing every man on the re publican ticket becomes more apparent. Oliver Ball and assistants went yesterday to Manhattan from which place they will bring 500 steers for fat tening on Ball's ranche, northwest of town. Dickinson county will be one immense feeding ground this winter. Bishop & Case occupy a large por tion of our space again today. Their great opening next Friday will attract hundreds of sight-seers and purchas ers who will want to look at the mam moth consolidated store. A fine band has been engaged for the occasion. The U. S. surveyors who are locat ing the 39th parallel from the Atlantic to the Pacific as detailed by the Reflec tor some weeks ago, are still at work at their tower near the Taylor ranche, and also iu north Dickinson. They will remain in the county for a month yet. - -The ...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 October 1889

yn ' t X mlmt TEN PAGES. ABILENE, DICKINSON COUNTY, KANSAS, OCT. 31, 1889. VOL. vn, NO. 10. SALE OP FORTY H wtekh yXtfLtelat Of 1" w Trotters, Roa Fillies j iflkr irfci'fcT'jPT'warim, babw. a.sti lATCHfe, rfsfe, IM TJ afen Vfa.ggfr, V ! W 1b i 1M '5.5eLLWj l2i!-5-- e. k a Wednesday, Nov. i j o'clock a. m. The Brood Mares are in foal to Prairie Star, Wayward by On wardFergus McG-regor by Robert McGregor, Minneapolis by Norman Medium, Andy Pogue by Harry Pulling. gfigThese horses comprise the finest lot, individually and collectively, ever put up for sale in the state. The stock included in this sale was either bred by us or purchased on account of their good breeding and superior qualities, and are first-class representatives of the well-bred and speed-producing families enumerated below: PRAIRIE STAR 2884. RECORD 2:30. The et'of Prairie Star have won more races in the Kansas State Breeders' Association meetings than the colts of any other stallion in the state. lie is the sire of Ti...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 October 1889

r" -y "Wlr?'Sr r--w5 ' I-BA'B EMU; -) OR (- From Shop to Mansion. The Bomantic Story of a Maker's Rise in Life. Dress By Mrs. F. Ni. Howard. Copyrighted, 1530. CHAPTER XL COSTIXCED. "After the war was over we had all to could do tcaccustom ourselves to the new order of things and collect our scattered re sources. Of course, the estate was badly crippled, though not as badly as many others, but, as our establishment was not large and my wants were simple, we eot along after a fashion. I had no ambitions in those days, and cared little whether I sat in my darkened home in calico or sack cloth, or whether I ate or drank. Dinah's brother, a stalwart colored man he is dead now, poor fellow had a rare business fac ulty, and he took the place, and managed matters so wisely, with, the aid of Major Carriupton's advice, that when I at last emerged from my stupor of sorrow we were once more on solid foundation, and able, not only to make our living, but to pay our servants, who, I must confess...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 October 1889

H 1L V 1 f r TEE BUENBD TEMPLE. r Dr. Talmage on the Destruction of the Tabernacle. It gons Learned From the late Fire The FovreroCtlie Lord Acknowledged Con- eolations orKcliglou An Appeal to Allien. Oa the Sunday succeeding the Darning of the Brooklyn Tabernacle, Rev. T. De Witt Talmage preached at the Academy of llmic in that city, bis subject being "The Baptism of Fire," and he took as his text Acts xx. 24, "Uone of these things move me.'1 He said: But, Paul, have you not enough e ffliction to move you? Are you not an exile from your native land? With the most genial and loving nature, have you not, in order to be free for missionary journeys, given yourself to celibacy? Have you not turned away from the magnificent worldly suc cesses that "would have crowned your illustrious genius? Have you not endured the sharp and stinging neuralgias, like a thorn in The flesh? Have you not been mobbed on the land and shipwrecked on the sea; the Sanhedrim against you, the Roman Government ag...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Kansas, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Abilene weekly reflector. — 31 October 1889

""M"",MMIB''ll"MM''M"""""'gWMB"a"M'lllllll'll,,"aMnMM'MMWMl"""l'"'MW"" ffo Jfofterfor. THURSDAY, OCTOBEB 31, 1889. Tke Henector Poblishinri Company. JOHXJ.COOPEB, SICHABD WAKING. C.M.HABGEB, O.L.MOORB. A.W.MCE. B. F. NELSON, JOHN J. COOPEB, President O.L. UOOBK. vice President KICHABD WAKING, Secretary A. W. KICK. .Treasurer Eichaed Waking, Business Manager. BEPDBLICAN COTmTY TICKET. For Treaiurer, W. L. NIXON. Tor County Clerk, M. H.BERT. For Register of Deeds, W. D. NICHOLS. For Sheriff, D. W. NAILL. For Surveyor, A. C. ROMIG. For Coroner, E. KELLER. For Ilish School Trustee, ' W. M. SHERWOOD. For CommUsioner Third Diet., JOHN W. HOOVER. The Republicans' Duty. Oh next Tuesday the county will eh-ct men to fill eight of the most im portant ofliees in the Rift of its people, Hiid it is every citizen's duty to con gider carefully the duty of the hour as regards his vote upon that occasion. A "tan is not worthy of being a citizen f this couutiy who fails to go to the polls upon electio...

Publication Title: Abilene Weekly Reflector
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