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thr waI(imanjduoglastaken.tolenoikI ffiSSSflSE ! ttttti - ivY,rrn-.i r "
Arrival and Departure cx Trains:
10; 2 . m
9:38 p. ui.
8:10 p ui.
.'o. 3d Vastibale,
No. 35 Local,
9:12 p. m
8:17 ft. m
10:20 a m.
9s30 a. m,
7;55 p. m.
9 30 a, m
1:00 p m.
Wo. 11 Local,
So. 11 Leaves,
JTo. 12 Arrives,
We have op oar book? a good
0uy names of subscribers who are be
hind with tke Watchman, and this
- . - - ".n : -i- .t -s.l
week we wit J want mom vti ii a crvss.
It your time is put we hope you will
come ia and renew at once.
Ifr.Chas.F Ritchfe and. butla re
turned from norther i cities last Fii
Dr. A, H. Dreher dentist, has his
office fixed up in the latest style and
is now ready to n tie ml to any one who
may need hie services.
Mr. T. M . Thompson, the new depiu
ty collector of this dividloc, hafl open
ed up his ofiice in the jewelry store if
8. L. Swicegood. j
Mr. J. ti. Barrintfer, of Cleveland,
baa left some of bw fine eed corn at
this office. Any pne wishing any
would do welt to come and see us.
C Plyler has some of the finest fruit
stock that lias ever heen seen in this
country. Try th nursery, he repre
sent. - 'I y :
Go to O- W. W right's when you
want anything in th s furniture line.
The saloon of the late A. A. Seep
bard has been sold by the administra
tor to Mr. H. C. Tr tt, who will iu
Jarge his place of bdstutss aud other--yvise
O. W. Wright is npw receiving goods
daily and at prices i hat will astonish
you. If you need anything in his
line it will pay pay you to see him.
Ms. R. B, Hall cied Tuesday uij:ht
hout 11 o'clock of Apoplexy. Mry
Hall was sixty year told. The funeral
was preao.htj from the house this
morning and the bo ly was interred in
Chestnut Hill Cemetery.
We learn from the Roanoke, Va ,
Tiuitfa tlmt there is four cajses aguii st
Douglas, wbo was arrested here tor
murder iu Virginia, three of which are
for murder and fccue for' stealing a
have within Ijhe past few days
Ru some veiy HTce Alliance bad
ges. Those fpr Ro: ran Academy A I -u-tu'C
and Frick Alliance being some
tlijiig that they weie very proud of.
, Ritd and Harry have a new ad. -in
this paper. They are pushing and en
ter prising men, and it will pay you to
red what they say and then go uud
TJit re is quite a number of youtu
men, from around town, at the Yadkin
river with a force f iiands repairing
the old dam just be ow Heiirickh ferry,
on the Davidson side, preparatory to
puttting in several large tih traps.
The Rowan county Farmers Alli
ance will meet with the Rowai
Academy Sub-alliance on Friday an
atU4dy, the 10 and 11 of April. Tlu
first day will be demoted to the worl
f the order, The secoud day wil
be public and devo ted to essays aim
speeches. AH ate nvjted to come.
Mrs. Alex. Parkfr died last 8atui
day at 10 o'clock. She was strickei.
with apoplexy and died very sudden
ly. She was a goo 1 womau and wil
be greatly missed by all who knew
her. Her remaiui were interred ii
the EugHsh cemetery Monday even
ing at 4 o'clock,
&heumacide is a powerful laxative
and blood purifier It neutrolizes th
acid in the blood and cures rheuma
tism and ot her bio rl diseases perma
nently. Try ys bttle and you will
soon notice a-' decided improvement
and will be encouraged to contiuue the
use of It until a cufie is effected. Vege
table contains no narcotics. Sold iu
Salisbury by Theoj F. Klutta & Co.,
and Edwin Cuthrel. Price $1 per
We are authorijed by Hon. A. C.
Shufprd to annoupce that there will
'be a competive ekamamination held
in Salisbury ou Juae 2otb, when all
applicants from the Seventh Congres
sional District for appointment to th
cadetship in the United States Milli
tary Academy wil be examined.
V King's Weekly, of Greenville.
tells of an occurrebee af F arniville, in
which a n'osiiectie 'groom helped
his prospective Ifathcr-in-Lw kill
the 'fatted pit;, arid saw the weddin-
dress being fashidm-d and then wen'
home to dress
for the weadHi
The hour, guises
ii nd parson eam
but the groom did not, and was tin
next day barely suvea rrom me inn
father's wrath by
Uie ii terference oi
the police. It is
that he could not
given as a re; sou
not hue a wedding
suit to his notion
Wonderful cures are being aftWed
tiooal cure for
two to six hottles
the new con-tit'i
rheum a' m. From
does the work. It
U m scientific viegetible eompou d,
i'ow but aafef certain and pnwirful
pom tu SMiishury
toy Thep. F. K'u U
DUOGLAS TAKEN TO LENOIR
Ribt Douglas was taken to Lenoir
yestarday where be w to appear be
fore Judge Brown to-day on a wnte
of habeas corpus. The prisoner left
in charge of Deputy Shriff M. W
White, who is a witness iu tke case.
His father. Dr. 13. F. DougLis, W. G
Lewis, Esq.' and Messrs. M. W. Bell
and Jo. B raw ley and Rev. W. M'
Hunter, the three last warned being
witnesses for Dongla also acconi
nanied hiiu. Detective Baldwin will
be on hand with bis witnesses A
Leuoir lawyer, probably Col. Edmund
Jones or Hon. W. H, Bower, will ap
pear for Douglas. Tiie la tiers' friend
biere that he will be discharged
aud detective Baldwin is just as pus
itive that he will be held.
The' Raleigh News ane Observer
of yesterday says Gov. tarr has Lon-
ored the reqnsiticr. of the Governor
of Virginia for Douglas. This means
if J udge Brown holds Douglas Bald
win will immediately take him to
Virginia, where he will be tried for
the murder of the unkno-vn pedler
in Tazwell county. On the contrary
if His Honor discharges him that
ends the caa. Statesville Landmark.
Last Thursday morning about 11
o'clock a man was found dead iua wood
house just back of J. N. Sollomon's
bakery, on Council street. His name
was Henry D, Marquand, a piano
tuner. He arrived in the city some
time the night before and went to the
Mt. Vernon hotel and asked the porter
for a room and went to bed, leaving
orders to be waked at 4 o'clock. The
porter wemt to his room and waked
him at the time requested but Mar
quand did not get up until about 7
o'clock, when he came from bis room
aud went out on the street saying
that he would be back again iui.
night. He went to one of the saloons
iu the city and filled up on whiskey
until he got so drunk that he could
scarcely walk. Some boys that had
been drinking with him carried him to
a wood shed off the street and laid
him down and left him after taking
his money and giving it to one of our
merchants to keep for him until he
got sober. In about an hour thoy
went back and found him dead. They
at once reported the matter to the
chief of police. The coroner was sent
for aud a jury summonsed and a
thorough investigation made, but at
this writing they have not reached any
conclusion. Marquaut. having no
people in this country his body was
taken out to the county home foi
WATSON VI LIE ITEMS.
Partners are taking advautrge
the warm weather
The farmers in this section art
preparing to raise more cotton thi-
,ear than before.
Wheat and oats are looking fine
There h-ts been more cord woo
hopped iu this section than ev r
(for knor. Tie e is es imaledt
e over a thxius.md c rds. I jr.-j--he
boys will et enough , ding
There is a remarkable man .n ou
igh borllwiw'. Ii-- ;s nines i
nr old ami i.ke v -lioel
U ' es i he - m j!' ; h
iie MtlZ i of F illi! hVe built .
-anite wall hUf the ewbt;kujei:
tn n r V S-ppiy btorr ..
VideUed OUt the Ulfc lOiiU.
A road ortree is teiug ope in
.1 1 I 1ST 4-
up mi t ne line net ween w . o
Earnhardt and J. D. A. Fisher's lo
Mr. William Frick, the har-
ess maker has moved into his new
house at Faith.
William Feil and Edward Brown
are hauling lumber on their lots foi
their new houses.
The inhabitants of Faith are stil
ncreasing, aud this time it's a youiit
geutleman at the home of Mr. M
G. M. Fisher's.
The big picnic came off Mouda
the ladies tilled a long table m
front of the academy build ng ami
it 1 o'clock dinner was announced
Everybody was invited to pat take oj
he dinner, which was the best tin
county afforded. Good order pre
vailed throughout the day and every
ody seemed to enjoy "themselves
Mr. Adam E nihart and son, Wil-
iam, have quarried ou a big pile o
curbing for one of (heir customers
Mr, and Mrs. W. K. Ritchie had a
m Meal entertainment at thei
reh'enoe Monday n ghtand abou
thirty or thirty-five people enjoyed
thj music. It was a pleasant affair
nd old Venus was there.
5ince the above was written old
t m -
inmi Venns has just been ihfermed
rK.t iUu w unnHir ;nl.:.l,iiun
- r . .
right in ti e center of raiHi at the
hi me of II r. John A. Peeler.
T m n.m ..kl I ..i. l h 1 M M m. i . tt lllllf I IT
.,,r:.T:.,,wl1 7TW " ,TUUU' Ii- ft K i 1 1 II II la III J. M. K&HPA? Ill I,' 1.1 IV
The mumps and measles are still
with usiyet. Mr. Lemly, don't you
waut (Ik-iu to vi.-it you awhile?
M us Annie Mahaley, of Salisbury.
i tisjtiug friends and relatixes at
'I If I
Mr;John Lyerlv, who has been
going to cnooi ar Mt. fle-sant,;
came nome tor faster and returned
Mr.-Luther Peeler and Miss Lula
Frick were married on last Sunday
at the! barsouage by liev. W. p.
Mr.iThomas Peeler has moved iu
to the house with Mrs. Susan Wiley.
Mr..H T. McCuru, of Davidson,
will move this week into Mr. W. T.
Mr.jl. M. Peeler, of Hall', Fer
ry spent E later with his p ireius and
will vlsSt friends and relatives, at
Woodside lief ore returning.
Mr.. H. Brown, who h is been
going tj school at Enoch ville, came
home Saturday on account of bad
health. He returned back Monday
to get bis things and says that if his
health improves he wil! go this week
to a business college in Georgia.
Easter Monday was Uncle Moses
Peeler's birthday, making him 69
ytars 0ljd, which was celebrated by
his friends and relatives. A good
dinner was spread on the table about
12 o'clock of which the writer en
joyed a Very much. After dinner
nirthdav presents were given to Mr.
MoseS; Peeler, which he enjoyed very
much. This should be given to all
of Our parents to make them feel
happy once more in life.
Mr. Moses Trexler, who lives near
St. Peter's church, and who bein
somewhat in toxica ed, shot hi
l ui.i V ' i .l v-j ... ...
uuuggitfprr x rauces iut.i rnuay even-
ng. A Voung man by the name ot
Nat Williams and Miss Frances
were about to engage in matrimonial
service:. Mr. lrexler being bitterh
jjiposed to this, forbid his daughter
to ever speak to this )oung man
tgain. flir. Trexler told his wife in
the morning to go up to his sou
Janiesff rexler's and get him a qu o :
of whiskey that he would have lo
lave it that dav; Hs wife being a
kind ldy obeyed the command ami
brought him the whiskey. There
was preaching at St. Peters church
(as it was on good Friday) apd Mis-
trances went to the church am;
came back, but us it happened tin
young 'man did not escort her m
the Way but he passed the h u-t
some time in the eveni v -t.
poke to h.m, whicli m ale T u
eiy iiipX. He went and .n h, g
and Wore that he a- gejiuii
shoot her. she ran ui o the hoto
A'here her mother was, a u 'o d h
that hr !tat her w;is goii m iio
ler. Her mother tola . er i t ..
w uld do nothing like Mia , her
upon Aiss Frances sit do n on ti
table. :Mr. lrexler c .m iti:
very 'j high p.ssion, oou ie .
thoughessiy knocked bis uu dowi
ni tl)er liable, wocu d "! ii;e .
he loa4 taking . fi
Hsh?! Vei org :i i,. . I
Pool was sent for but wou duotu -dertake;
the case, .t in .
hi up 4;k all i - iclN.. v - s ,
ge ilng tiiere I e I
.a ai oiJcc tfi.i her ! ..
i i be aniputated in r-'. i
ife. air. McN
i a J
, OMSlii!l;tty UpOi
i if as.-p?i auce
i ipbi Si i u iiii- i
S. m r's eu
iiviug Hnu i"
win i.eJtVt r.
'd. I if he came
wnier 6r mn
e; ''S 4! ' ;s
n c Ouug t
ud ilih4ys k ii .
wipe tjiat site in i..r
Mr. fOrphan, we do. i-. ih o i
cate ai ..-your uttie town ai d don'
iu tend. to. You said a youug uihi
uauled bome iumUr on a ioi a
vVoodide, beard of Faith nd is i.o
i.ng to locate there. That youuj
man had nothing on his lot bm a
few shingles. He was borti an
reared iiear Faith aud but still you
say he; just heard of Fith. Yoi
must t have got up backwards uf
the morning you wrote your item..
We believe iu th truth and yon
must tell it. We do not want thr
people ni isle; d. We beht ve in ireu
leriiig unto Gid the th ugs that ar
God's and nut C- asr tne tiling
that ate Oeasar's. You must rende;
unto ba n i he things tut areFaith's
and unto Co.icord the things that
ACCIDENTALLY SHO V.
Mrs David Downs, of Providence,
was accidentally shot Sunday. She
picked up a isol on the mantel to
move it, when the chamber fell out.
i lie pistol went, off and the bn I
mlgi'd in her shnuldt-r, and has not
vet been located.
' ! 3 j
A Iter eminent p s clans and all other
kn 'Wit Biedi t'.il liutaniv Biood Balm
will qutfkly cure. Thousands of testinioni-
1 thi, taut So c?M of RbeiimatUm
I ai st-iod before it s magic tieahng power,
- Se id suimp tor b. ok of par:iculars. Itctn
.3 ev(de ce tin. wil convince yon that B.
is the best e
Fki Diseases ev.r
for all blood aud
scovervi. Beware o
!tu(es said O Jv "jati good, fl.03
Now is your tirnr lo See the
To get the i
and to do your pocket book th most pood
We have the pood? nothing li e it ever
before in Salisbury. We mean lo have the
trade iStudy yonr own interest, watrb tt;e
crowd?, ask them where tbey areguiag. aud
then fall in line and keep up with th pro
cession. You can't afford to ns-gletit your
owu interest. Don't let people' fool vou by
telling you that you can uo just a's veil
elsewhere, but come, and see lor yourself.
People tell us we have the prettiest goodi
and, of course, the chenpest. We are al
ways the chsapest. Some iaay tell you
it ig not so. but ask them where else thev
can get GOOD GINGUAJiS at 2 cents "a
yard, Lawns 3 cents. Toilet Soap 1 cent
per cake. Calicoes in all Btyles and at
just about any price you.
by the thousand froifi 5 cents
rp. Men's Coats 10 cents
each. Boys suits 49c. each.
Matches 3c. per dozen boxes,
The Carolina Racket
is the only place. We have
the Goods and they arc going
to bo sold. Don't you want
some of them ? It will pay you
to come and see.
Reid & Harry.
Blood and Skin Dishes
Cured. f B
R9HMC BLOOD BAUtntw falls
to cure all manner of Blood snfl kin die
eases. It is the great Southern fcnili'inR up
and psirifying Remedy. An a tonic it is witb
out a rival, and aKsolntHy bcyontl c.'Bip;iri
son with anv other similar rendy over of
fered t the p;ib!ic. It in a icrimn panacea
for all ill re ultins from Impure Wcwki, or an
imioverielu.-il condition of tlu- human cytterj.
The use of a vtngle tottiu will Jbiomxtrate
iti paramount virtnea. It j-.ito n -. ricli
blood, and posse'- altnott n:iraulcut Ueai
wend for free book cf OTtdeirful
Cures. Price, $1.00 per iarje bottle;
$5.00 for cix bottles.
Tnr fwlfl h i-ni ' 'i-ts : if not S?Tid to tin.
JU and medicine will be acnt, freight prejjuid,
18 on receipt of price. Addreea
BLOOD. BALM CO., Atlanta, Ga.
ft Fortune In prizes 1
GIVEN AWAY IN....
55 Separate Prize a
f J . . . ONE PRIZE OF . . .
T113 NEW WEEKLY
R06Ky MOUNTAIN NEWS,
Denver, Colo., i
The rrat bona f 1 rrl offer ever made
In the West or South,
j !T!ie News is the representative paper of the
TVst It la silver's champion; It is the peo
I pie's sJvoc&te; It leads in thought, as In news.
; Tbo Weekly hes just been enlarged and im
i proved: It contains the latest and fullest mln-
ing ana mining: stocK news; ii naa special ue
purtments devoted to the Farm, the House
hold. Women and Children: all the brightest
cartoons and livest comment of the daily edi
tion arc to be found in it: It presents in con
densed form the doings of all the world It la
family paper without a peer.
And the Weekly News is determined to hav
beyond all question the largest circulation of
nv naner between the Mississippi river and th
Pacitlc cast. Therefore it ofiers to the per
sons send ng In Uie greatest number of $1 year
ly subdc r.ptions before Seitember 1st acxt
these unequalled prizes.
t nr-n.i, , a in cure- mUUtSSIftm
ALLOWED IN ADDITION.
CONTEST BEGINS AT ONCE.
OPZN TO EVERYBODY EVERYWHERE.
For particular address r "V
Tla IS e Printing Ocv,
Dr. R. L. RAMSAY,
mitudeal's liow, Office No. 1.
OFFICE HOURS From 9 to 5.
Salisbnry, N. O.
Dr. A. H. Dreher,
fe'Otlice over Expre.-s oiiice.
Sali-burry. N C.
Curefor 25cents at
En tils' Drug Store.
Measles. Cure for 25
cents at Ennis' Drug
To cure a cold in one
nay, spend 25cents at
Ennis' Erug Store.
Dead shot for Rheu
matism will relieve
or no pay. Price 50
cents at Ennis' Drug
Bingham & Co.
! I I i il
And a Ihrge And Complete Line of
Wholesale zind Retail.
We malie a specialty
of the famous SYRA
CUSE HOWS, the
best on the Market.
You rj ill fiiW tne at the old stand
on M.iini str'eeL which I have occu
pied for 29 yewra. !
Those whoj owie the old firm of
Binglmtfi & (po. Vill please settle
with tne sit ojnee.
J. B. Met qii-os, j J. A. Holsiliouser,
J. B Mcpombs, & Co.
R pCKWELI N. C.
Dry Gocidsy Shoes,
jFuriiiei'ies ajl Kinds of
Bl'ILdlNGl STONE, ENGINE
F )UXl)iTIUNS. WINDOW
Clieanef than can be had
elsewhere En Vv - late.
Cull; on or; aihirUs.
; JANIESU. HITCHIE,
Energetic, reliable uieu to solicit or
tei'o ivi LitcJi.ii iv Perma
aeUL Uiu'ii uieut. tioou .u . Varife
vita esjbeciii aUauted iu Uie SoUlb.
oiuckjluaytauieU ijue to name. Write
at ouuu tor te.ius mid territory.
ihe K. G- Uhase Company,
gouth Fc-uu bquure, Piiilada., Pa.
Having qualified as executor of tbe
estate ot'carah Jaiie Ram say, deceased,
I hereby notily a I peisous indebted
to make prompt puymeut and all per
son having claiuai auainst the iid es
tate to present t leui to the undei
signed duly authenticated on or be
fore the 23rd day! of March 189?, cr
this notice will be plead in bar of their
This ihe 23rd Of Marcii
ES H. RAMSAY
The undersigned will fi.rr.ish mill
slor.es of very beit granite and well
finished lever than ever before.
Also dealers injSiiine oed, Win
dow Jiil Door m! a, Street curbing,
B. A. I ESPjERlVlAX Sl i O
FAl'iU N. C.
We have mape specinl nrrang
ments with th$ miinufactories to
sell fertilizer it reduced prices.
You will save ydur silver by seeinu
u before you bpy. Cheap and on
j. Mi ruiiiijjiuit '.
Woodsiee, N. C.
DEALER IN REAL EST A fE.
Had for sale, ou reaEonahle terina
Large and 8nall Farms, a'no Tow ri
Loteand Ilousts aud Iot- in Sali
burj aud several very Desirable Bni
ness Lota just in front of ihe ww oar
shops., also about Eight v BfeHuiiful
BuHdiftfc Lots, well located for resi-
uences, ana aoont forty one acre ioi.,
m one-quarter anient aew shop... F m
full particulars rail at my office at the
nev htiopf, fiom 9 o'clock a. m. to 4
p. m.. and at my uptown office op
Council street, frt m 4 .un.io.ru,
aud from 8 to 9 a. m.
Hnir cutting, singeing, sharing, sburupoo
Experienced Barbers and good work guar
anteed. Try and be convinced.
Has an elegant
you to select a suit from.
vVarraiilod t'j Please you and wear ruuc!i better than store G od
prices about the sam, will ie made on short notice.
"DRESS NICE and LOOK NEAT.
Repairing and dyeing a specialty.
'FISHER ST. SALISBURY, i;
Afrscen Aiiierioeriiold MiniP
and Trading Gompany,
100 BROAD WA V, NE W YORK CI T
OUR COUNTRY NEEDS IT GOLDI
The principal objects of this company are to
buj, eel) anrt operate gold mines.
Perhaps you-cannot afford to buy an entire gold
mine, but you can have an interest in several valu
able ones through us.
Enormous foi tunes have been made in gold
ttining, but never were ihe opportunities greater
.:au they are to-day.
The ownership of a few 6haree of our stock may
make you rich.
Some of the wealthiest men of to-day became
so through mining. Tnecry cr the whole world ia
for Gold 1 and its value and necessity is beis
more fully appreciated each day.
AH precious mineral discoveries are practically
gifts to the people. Each person Is entitled to
what he can fairly get Why not try for your
share through us now f
Splendid opportunities for securing great bar
gains in mines come to u ; constantly. Our agents
are reporting from the gold flVlds of this continent
-and from Africa. The coni pan j owns two promis
ing properties in Criiple Cr ek. We propose to
develop one of the mot, rer.iarkable, well-proven
placi r mines ia the world . It ai ready produced
tbout $2,00O.CC9 by crude surface working, and u
estlnr ateu to contata over (35.000,000 in gold.
Now is the time to iiiveat v jcr. u Do not wal.
v.'.ii every man, woman od cm id is eagsi to oiiy
prices have advanced enormously.
i UBSCRIBE for The WATcnifi v. it is
and will defend your interests. It is br ip full oi C
State and Local News, and ONLY ONE IOI I 1
Buy your Shoes frtm C, 51 . .'. II. M. Wlvttft
will save , . .
Many Silver, Dollars.
Good eolid Shoes Cheaper than ever.
Tnat is fur all new
old nuUcrihei.-. et.
The Weekly Post is au tiKh it,
seven column parxjr, pablish! ia
Washington, D. C, the Tuesday
moruiug of each week. In politics ii
is a strictly nonpartisan independen
uewspapar, advocating only aucs
ctjalutioo as ia manifestly in th
interest of a majority of the people
lo addition to fre6h daily i.ews fron
all over (lie wuild, the Post - T
special features iu its widely ku
editorial department, intareaUty
fiction, and items of interest to th,
farmer. Call at the office or addrs-,
Line of Goods fo
In 1867 he first shipments of gold, amount .
to less t an 9400,0001, were made from Sou
Africa. 1 1 1894 th production was nearly $4t
000,000. It is estimated that works under u an
contemplated will produce $100,000,000 per year.
Less than five years ago Cripple Creek was u.
known as a . mining camp. In 1903 It produce '
$900,000. It is now j rod ucingf 1,000,000 per mon'
Two old men, tir d cut and almost hopelesrt
many years since lung desperately to a i
hale in the ground which showed some in.
Gold. That Jole has since yielded over $2,0?
The Idaho Mine has paid near1' S6.000.0f
dividends, the Crown Point nearly $12,000,0 J
Be'cher over $15,000,000.
We know of no other prominent tna-irfy
feuali large dividends on capital inver A
developed producing gold mines. The ra'.
per cent, per annum is quite common, wKV -nomenal
l tuma arc made in many lr v
We offer for aaie 50,000 shares of our
stock at the par value
10 PER SHARJ
Payable $3 per share on application and f .
nightly, begin nine in two weeks. Hower, : .
desiring tr ,y In full can, secure oertiflcal-
full paid 9 k at once.
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regititci-.Al leuer to AC8TLN' QAULi.
Secretary, 100 Broadway, Xew York.
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