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ALL HOME PRINT.
L. W. McCONNELL & CO.
C. M. SMITH & SON ,
CARRY A FULL LINE OF
TOILET ARTICLES ,
ARTISTS' MATERIALS ,
WALL PAVER ( & - ( PAINTS.
CITY DIIUG STORE.
Noble , The Grocer.
Episcopal services , Sunday.
102 land patents , this week.
Sagwa on tap at McMillen's.
Family Groceries at Noble's.
Juvenile ball February 14th.
Now for a Tiddledewink party.
Pretty snug winter , I thank you.
The skating rink is a perfect pink.
Speaker Elder- Stay by her , boys !
Staple and Fancy Groceries at Noble's.
The next cold wave is not yet sighted.
Quail shooting expired January 1st.
Scented soap isn't thought hygienic
for the face.
Send us the news of your neighbor
hood during 1891.
Red Willow county has some very
young school teachers.
Revival meetings are in progress in
rarious sections of the county.
84 : patent flour at
POTTER & EASTERDAY.
French tissue paper in all colors at
CIIENERY'S CITY- DRUG STORE.
'WANTED Ten wood choppers.
A. W. COREY.
Feed of all kinds.
POTTER & EASTERDAY.
A portrait of the late Samuel J. Ran
dall will adorn the new $5 certificates.
Try Damask Rose , the best lotion
for face and hands , at McMillen's drug
Our new examination tablets for 5
cents are very neat. Buy one for your
Banging , parlor and stand lamps at
Chenery's City Drug Store. New goods
and popular prices.
Kapke , The Tailor , guarantees you
-the lowest prices and the most stylish
and elegant clothing.
Every man has two educations that
which is given to him and the other
that which he gives himself.
HANGING LAMPS Noble is head
quarters for hanging lamps. He car
ries a large and splendid selection.
WANTED 300 head of stock , April
1st , to pasture. 3 miles east of Mc
Cook. 1,600 acres. A. W. COREY.
You can always secure the freshest
and best prepared drugs at
CITY DRUG STORE.
Noble is the only exclusive grocer in
the city. His stock is the largest and
his prices correspond with the times.
If you want a stylish fit at the very
lowest figures , KAPKE , THE TAILOR ,
is the man to patronize. Rear of The
The next time you want an examina
tion tablet call and see the attractive
new tablet kept for sale in THE TRIB
UNE stationery dept. Price 5 cents.
Ground oil cake.
POTTER & EASTERDAY.
Wait for the Merry Minstrels.
Rcizenstein's parlor for cigars.
Teachers' Association , to-morrow.
The next holiday is St.Valentine's day
"Confederate Spy" February 12th.
A full line of stationery at the City
Car of flour and feed just received at
A. T. Campbell & Co.'s.
The snow is rough on stock , but the
making of crops , next season.
Buy your Sagwa and other Kickapoo
Indian remedies at McMillen's.
Official city and county paper THE
McCooic TRIBUNE. You want it.
Pearline meal the finest in the mar
ket. POTTER & EASTERDAY.
What must you do to be saved ? Why
buy your groceries at Noble's , of course !
A date you can look forward to with
pleasant anticipations February 5th.
A carefully selected stock of cigars
and tobacco always on hand at the City
McMillen , the druggist , has a fine line
of vase , hanging and piano lamps at
The attendance at public school is
gradually increasing and will shortly be
up to the old mark.
Noble , the leading grocer , makes a
specialty of fresh , clean family grocer-
es. He will treat you right.
At Joe Reizenstein's parlor you can
at all times secure the best brands ot
cigars and tobaccosimported ordomcstic
Tuesday of this week the state su
n-erne court was in session to consider
cases from this , the eleventh judicisl
IN QUEENSWARE Noble carries
, he largest assortment and the richest
designs of the season. His prices are
McCook will be abiaze with the beauty
and intelligence of the county , Satur
day. County Teachers' Association
Make Noble your family grocer and
many other blessings will fall to your
ot , besides having the best groceries on
your table that the market affords.
If you want the local news while it
: ias yet the freshness of news you will
lave to become a reader of THE TRIB
UNE. It is the only McCook paper that
ills the conditions thoroughly.
Any one who mails a letter ordering
a lottery ticket or sends a postal card
relating to a lottery , is liable to impris
onment for eighteen months or a fine
not exceeding $500 , or both.
The union services , last week , were
airly well attended , considering the
state of the weather. Considerable in-
eresfc was aroused , and good results
are fondly hoped for and expected.
It is generally conceded that the
snowfall was the heaviest this section
of Nebraska has experienced in many
years. It is placed by conservative
) ersons at fully afoot deep on the level.
The band boys are in practice again.
I. P. Sutton , their efficient leader , is
reatly pleased with progress made and
'eels confident that the band will make
better music than last year's organiza
tion , which so delighted our people in
heir weekly open air concerts.
Go and see LUDWICK'S mammoth
stock of second hand goods. Furniture ,
cook stoves , heaters and gasoline stoves ,
jought and sold. Will also rent goods
> y the week or month. A pawn bro-
icr's business in connection. Second
door west of the McEntee Hotel.
An essayist in one of the current
magazines defines humor as "the reve-
ation or perception of the surprising or
the incongruous in cases or under cir
cumstances where the mind perceives a
parallel or co-current ideal or possible
expectedness or congruity , generally of
a spiritual nature. " Have you grasped it.
The Huddleston Lumber Co. have
sold their stock of lumber and coal , at
present on hand in this village , to the
Frees & Hocknell Lumber Co. and we
will have but one yard , at least for the
present. Mr. Woolfendon , late mana
ger , goes to McCook , where , a position
las been tendered him in the company's
aonTe office. Stratton Herald.
At a meeting of the McCook Farm
ers' and Business Men's Club held in
McCook , January 3 , 1891 , it was deci
ded that an irrigation convention be
held on Wednesday , January 28 , 1891 ,
at McCook , Neb. .
That the convention consist of two
delegates from every precinct in each of
the following counties : Keith , Perkins ,
Lincoln , Dawson , Frontier , Gosper ,
Hayes , Chayes , Dundy , Hitchcock , Red
Willow and Furnas in Nebraska ; Chey
enne , Rawlins , Decatur , Sherman and
Thomas in Kansas , and Logan in Colo.
Should no public meetings be held
for the purpose of selecting the dele
gates to this convention , the justices of
the peace in various precincts , in said
counties , are requested to appoint two
persons and endeavor to have them at
tend said convention.
Papers in said counties are requested
Dated at McCook , Jan. 8 , 1891.
JNO. R. HART , 1
H. H. BERRY ,
C. H. MEEKER ,
Wesley Gcrver of Gerver precinc
was the victim of a horrible accident ,
Monday , which will render him helpless
the rest of his days. He was digging
a well for a neighbor and was in rock
seventy-five feet below the surface.
A bucket of rock and dirt was being
hauled up. Just as it reached the top
the rope broke and the bucket and con
tents weighing about one hundred
pounds fell to the bottom. Mr. Gerver
saved his life by a quick movement to
the side of the well , but his feet were
terribly crushed. Drs. Hall , Spickel-
meier and Jones amputated the crushed
feet on the day following , and the pa
tient is doing well.
THE TRIBUNE learns that the family
wife and three small children , are
in needy circumstances and hope that
action will be taken to relieve their
distress in that particular at least.
A. J. Thompson assumed control of
the McCook Roller Mill , January 1st.
He takes pleasure in announcing that
the services of Mr. Tim Pahl have been
secured , which is a guarantee that the
McCook Roller Mill will continue to
make the excellent grades of flour which
las become so universally popular dur
ing the past year.
He will be prepared to promptly fill
all orders for Flour and Feed at the
owest possible prices , and thus hopes
to merit and receive a continuance of
) ast patronage , assuring fair treat
ment to old customers , and soliciting
a trial from many new ones during the
The McCook Mill offers splendid in
ducements ; when you are in need of
anything in their line encourage home
ndustries by giving them your patronage
Mr. and Mrs. George Hocknell re
vived the drooping spirit of McCook's
social life , in a thorough and delightful
manner , Wednesday evening , by enter-
laining" large company of friends at
heir charming home on Dakota and
Marshall."High Five" was the popu-
ar basis of the evening's pleasure , and
.lie guests entered into the game with
* reat zest and merriment. Refresh
ments were served. Those present
were : Mr. and Mrs. A. Campbell , H.
H. Troth , F. M. Kimmell , F. L. Brown ,
C. E. Shaw , H. W. Cole , C. H. Meeker ,
Frank Harris , C. F. Babcock , G. A.
Noren , T ? . S. Wilcox , S. L. Green , S. P.
Hart , F. H. Fowler , C. M. Noble , W.F.
jawson , D. E. Bomgardner , J. Albert
Wells , C. T. Brewer.
Annual Meeting of Red Willow Co.
The Annual Meeting of the Red Wil-
ow County Agricultural Society will
) e held at the Court house in Indianola
on Saturday , January 31 , 1891 , at one
o'clock P. M. At which time the
officers , including a full board of direct
ors will be elected , the Fair located for
LS91 and other necessary business trans
acted. A full attendance is desired
and expected. Ladies are especially
nvited. Let us commence at once to
make the Fair of 1891 a success ; elect
good men to fill the offices and then
stand by them. C. W. BECK , Sec.
Bartley , Neb. , Jan. 12th , 1891.
We would call your attention to our
new $2.00 and $2.50 Kid Button Shoes.
BOTYEN & LAYCOCK.
A. 0. U. W. NOTES.
Grand Master Workman Tale exem
plified the work in both degrees , before
lodge Cl , last Monday evening , three
candidates receiving first and four the
second degree. Visitors were present
from Cambridge , Indianola and Cul-
All ineoibers of No. 61. are reques
ted to attend the meeting next Monday
evening , when time and place of organi
zation of Degree of Honor will be ar
ranged. It is expected to be done
about the 22nd or 23rd inst.
G. M. W. Tate will be present at a
meeting of delegates from all lodges in
this vicinity , to meet atMeeker's Hall ,
Thursday evening , 22nd inst. All mem
bers A. 0. U. VV. cordially invited to
Invitations Are Out.
The invitations to the 0. R. C. ball
and banquet are out. It is perhaps
needless to state that the work is the
finished product of THE TRIBUNE job
rooms. In this connection we might
add that the boys of Harvey division
are doing everything in fine form , and
that the stationery for their second an
nual will be the handsomest ever used
in the valley. Remember the date ,
"Confederate Spy. "
This thrilling drama will be given at
the opera house , Thussday evening ,
February 12th , by the G. A. R. , W. R.
. and S. of V. of our city. Careful
preparations are under way and an
nteresting performance may be expec
Cards are out announcing the approaching
preaching wedding of Mr. Sidney M.Cole
and Miss Ida Zimmerman , both of our
city.rlhe ceremony will be performed
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thos.
Bennett , Thursday evening , the 20th
inst. , at 8 o'clock.
Fol lowing his appointment as assist
ant engrossing clerk of the present leg-
"slature , the editor of the Bartley Long-
Felt-Want has this week been made
a party to a criminal libel suit. Rev.
Talor being the plaintiff. Thus is
jreatness thrust upon him.
The Helping Hand Society will give
a. dime social at the residence of Mrs.
A. J. Rittenhouse on Friday evening
Jan. 16th. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Benjamin are ex
periencing pure parental pride in a
jromising son , born Tuesday , the birth
day of his grand-parents , Dr. and Mrs.
L. W. Critser.
Four columns of irrigation matter ,
this week. It is the slogan of THE
TRIBUNE and the people of Western
Nebraska. "Irrigation is a fact , not a
Prescriptions are compounded from
the best drugs the market affords , and
with accuracy and promptness at
CHENERY'S CITY DRUG STORE.
The Benevolent Society will meet at
the home of Mrs. C. M. Noble , Tues
day afternoon , Jan. 20th. A full at
tendance is requested.
Reizenstein's parlor is recognized
icadquarters for the best cigars and to-
> accos. Joe also carries a nice line of
The Daily State Journal pays a neat
tribute to the business and executive
ability exhibited by Secretary of State
J. C. Allen.
The duties of the position in the
and office vacated by L. II. Gray last
week , are being discharged by C. F.
The usual services will be neld in
Congregational church next Sundy eve
ning. REV. D. L. McBRiDE.
THE TRIBUNE contains the only com
pete and official report of the actions
of the county commissioners.
Bishop Graves , of Kearney , it is ex-
jected , will occupy the Episcopal pul-
) it in this city , Sunday.
All the popular brands of cigars at
Reizenstein's parlor , next door to the
Sam Strasser is greeting his McCook
riends today. He is much improved
PEOPLE YOU KNOW.
Citizens and Visitors Briefly
Mentioned. "We Have Had
Our Eye on You.
"I Know Not Wh t the Truth Mny Bo ,
I Tell it as Twas Told to Mo. "
Sheriff McCool was a city visitor , yester
Kevs. Clover and Taylor , of Bartley , were
city visitors , Wednesday.
Mrs. Louis Lowman returned from Lin
coln , Wednesday evening.
I3un. Harlnn of the Stockville Sentinel was
among the brethren of the press in the city ,
0. W. DeWald of the Register , Trenton ,
was down on business , Saturday evening.
Thomas Shields of McCook is stopping at
the Opelt , says Monday's Lincoln Journal.
M. A. Libbee and family are again resi
dents of McUook , returning from Denver ,
the close of last week.
Mrs. J. C. Russell arrived home , last week ,
from an extended visit to her sister , Mrs.
Jordan at Southerland. Iowa.
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hurlburt are greatly
interested in a fine boy baby that came into
their house and hearts , last Sunday.
C. G. Potter , we learn.has accepted a posi
tion as engineer on the Union Pacific sys
tem which he will assume in the near future.
Commissioners Holies and Hodgkin spent
Wednesday evening in the metropolis after
closing a long and arduous session of the
C. W. Beck was up from BartlevTuesday ,
on business matters issuing call for the an
nual meeting of the agricultural society ,
among other things.
Secretary of State Allen spent Sunday at
home. lie feels confident that he will con
tinue to warm the secretary's chair during
the coining two years.
L. H. Gray , for a number of years.a clerk
in the local land office , departed Sunday
evening , for Salt Lake City , Utah , to take a
position under Register Ilobbs of that office.
Dr.H.O. Conaway , president of the Health
ind Home Medical Institute , of Omaha , was
t city guest , yesterday. The doctor was
bound for Haigler , where he has property
Miss Grace E. McDatigh of Lincoln aariv-
ed in the city on No. 5 , Tuesday evening , to
nake the family of Frank Huber , Sr. , a two
weeks' visit ; but was called to Denver on No.
3 , Wednesday morning by a telegram an
nouncing the illness of her mother.
nodating man who has ever occupied the
county treasurer's ollice , is helping Treasurer
tlenton while the latter is moving his family
ind goods over from Danbury and is estab-
ishing them in their new Home at the seat of
LIST OF LAND PATENTS.
The following list of patents have been re
ceived at the McCook U. S. Land Office and
will be surrendered to the parties entitled
thereto upon surrender of receiver's receipt
properly endorsed. Do not delay securing
your patent : K
6287 Kappelman. P. J.
> 848 Atkinson E.S..I. 77fc7 Kratochivil Ignatz
)779 Anderson , John B
6S23 Abbey Dexter
B 4824 Logan John A.
5003 Beezley James 2922 Lower William
i 5G Blake Daniel W.
5761 Bradbury Edw. C. M
)819 Brown William
i808 Blank August 5171 MurrayThompson
5844 Durham Seroy T. 5221 Mooraaw Benj.
> 8GO Boyer Hiram 5768 Miller Willis 1.
o878 Burns John D. 3799 Marr William
> 899 Baerlin George V. 5889 Mercer John L.
6425 Brittell Alverda C 5896 McKee Joseph
472 Brauer Jacob 5907 Moore Robert
6433 Morey George W.
6755 Moses John
815 Correll James E. 4560 Matthews Wm. D.
949 Creasman Thos. S. 4582 McAleese Jas. M.
755 Cooper Levi
o780 Cline Eli M.
5820 Clarey Howard M.
810 Crouch. Wra. W. 5743 Peak Edga
812Coover John B. 5105 Phillips Wm. R.
a813 Caldwell H. O. 5772 Price William
58 5 Calebnnk Cath. 5901 Parneli George W.
865 Cook Whiteman 6260 Peterson Jacob A.
778 Cox James T. 6762 Peterson Stephen
5762 Peak Benjemin
728 Downing John M.
752 Dillon Benjamins 4594 Ransom Chola C.
759 Dettra Abel 5746 Robinson Thomas
780 DeGarmo .Mary E. 5833 Ryan Richard
o"Sl DeGarmo McG. 5835 Rowe Joseph W.
682 Danner Dora 5849 Rawlins Joseph
879 Dewey Mary P. 5bS3 Rowley George A.
234 Rollins William M
2130 Rietz Fred W.
2282 Record Onsvill
S61 Earnest Sadie B.
5754 Ellis Bradford
o774 Evans Sarah E.
4869 Sakin William D.
4583 Shoepman Jacob S
5859 Sherwin Frank R.
895 Fitzgerald Patrick 5817 Stroup John L.
053 Ferguson R. F. 5S87 Shupp William J.
5917 Smith Amelia E.
1405 Schnell John
2603 Swanson John P.
770 Godgluck Julius
5776 Giltner Charles E.
H 579STownsend JonnF.
5331 Trainer James
.814 Hobbs Harbin D. 5888 Thomas James E.
oS57 Hiatt Orlando 6724 Townsend Geo. E.
> S9SHaines John W.
o90S Hanson Samuel V
241 Heafy Matthew J.
338 Hastings GeorgeF 4518 VanTilborg C. H.
> 6 Hockenberry Jay
> 773 Hofman Henry W
" > S27 Houngon John
5782 Wilson Albert A.
5847 Works Robert E.
725 Jensen Ureston
5856 Joseph Hercher
) 93 Jacobs Robert 5235 Young A. Judson
1252 Jockish Theodoc
County Teachers' Association.
Program of the Red Willow County Teach
ers' Association to be held at McCook. Satur
day , January 17th , 1891.
10:00 Devotional services , Rev. McBride.
10:15 Reading minutes of lost meeting.
10:30 Class exercise-Arithmetic ; Valentine.
11:15 "Superior Merits of Education as De-
ined by Campayre ; " Miss Ruth Bantham.
11:40 Penmanship in Country Schools ; E. J.
ADJOURNMENT UNTIL 1:30 , A. M.
1:30 Opening exercises.
1:45 Class exercise reading. Miss A.Ville. .
2:15 Paper ; M. E. Piper.
2:40 "Education from a Political Stand
point ; " Prof. J. A. Smith.
3:10 Paper Miss Florence Moore.
3:30 Experience meeting. Everybody talks.
A cordial invitation is extended to all.
, RACHE BEBRV , Secretary.
F. G. SriLaEBOOEii , President.
GOING EAST CKNTItAbTIMK f.KAVKS.
No. 6. local passenger , 4:45. A.M.
No.2 , through piiHsenger 15:10 , A. M.
No.4. localpiiH.xitnger , 5:40. P.M.
No. 128. way freight 5:30. : A.M.
S3T"Way freight No.130 arrives froir. wc.st at
4:15. P.M. . mountain tlinu.
GOING WKST MOUNTAIN TIME I.KAVKH.
No.II , local passenger 4:40. A.M.
No. 1 , through passenger , 10:40 : , A. M.
No. 5. local paflmiriger. li.IJO , P.M.
S39r Wayfroight.No.l27arrlvefl from the east
at 7:20. P. M. . central time.
J5er"No. 137 , Beverly accommodation , leavoa
ui5:15. A.M. Ruturned. arrives at 9:15 A.M.
UuM.sonly on MondayH. WediiPsdayH tind Krl-
daj-H. A. CAMriiKi.r , , Supt.
J. HULANISKI. Agent.
Annual Meeting State Board of Agricul
ture , Lincoln , Neb. , Jan. 19th to2Lst. Tickets
on sale Jan. 17th to 21st.
Annual Meeting Nebraska Fiiemen's As
sociation , Grand Island , Jan. 20th to 22nd.
Tickets on sale Jan. 18th to 22nd.
State Prohibition Conference , Lincoln.Jan.
21st to 23rd. Tickets on sale Jan. 19th to 23rd.
Annual Meeting Nebraska Improved Stock
Breeders' Association , Beatric , Frb. 17th to
19th. Tickets on sale Feb. 15th to 19th.
Annual Meeting National Farmers' Alli
ance , Omaha. Jan. 27th to 2Sth. Tickets on
sale Jan. 24th to 2Sth.
For above occasions passengers paying full
faro going will be returned at out ; thitd fare
on presentation of certificate signed by the
proper officer on guarantee that there has
been an attendance of one hundred or more
who have paid full fans on the going trip.
J. HUI.ANISKI , Atrent B. &M.
Eli Batten , late hostler at Akron , has been
transferred at his request to Red Cloud.
Engineer Combs brought engine lift to Mc
Cook from Denver , Wednesday , disabled.
Fied JJremer. machinist , departed for the
west , Wednesday night , seeking another job.
Engine 110 is out of the shops practically
new and the Cheyenne line will be her future
Engine 244 has been in the shop forseveral
days , having lose a piston and both cylinder
Oscar Yarger returned from Corona , Tues
day. The operator whom he relieved having
got back to work.
Ed. Kennedy , brother of Felix Kennedy ,
boss bridge-maker , has got to work in the
shops at his trade.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Simmonds arrived
ed visit in Michigan.
Conductor II. H. Miller left for Somerset ,
Peniia. , Monday morning , to visit a few
weeks at his old home.
Engineer M. McGinley severed his connec
tion with the railroad company , this week ,
and will return to Philadelphia for a time at
Cards are out announcing the marriage of
Miss Ida Zimmerman to Mr. S. M. Cole. Mr.
Cole is a B. & M. fireman at McCook. Out-
best wishes go with them.
A locomotive on the Mississippi Valley
road hauled ISO loaded cars with lS444a/J ,
pounds of freight , the total estimated weight
of the haul being 5,442,831 pounds.
John Kidd , forefiian of the water service
on the Cheyenne line , Sundayed in McCook ,
this week. Poor people ! They have to come
down to McCook in order to see if the world
Engineer and Mrs. Reynolds have the pro
found sympathy of all in the death of their
son which occurred yesterday afternoon.The
funeral will take place at 10 o'clock tomorrow
Supt. Phelan and family left on Monday
morning for Alliance , after spending a few
days with McCook friends while homewaid
bound from a months sojourn in Mexico in
their special car.
Master Machanic Archibald went to his
farm in a hurry , Tuesday , thinking his little
daughter had the scarlet fever and on arriv
al was glad to learn that such was not the
case but a bad cold instead. .
During his brief visit in McCook , last
week , on his return to Alliance from a health-
restoring sojourn in Mexico , Supt. J. R. Phe
lan gave conspicuous and numerous eviden
ces of possessing story-telling talent of a
brilliant , graphic order. One of his choicest
gems was his description of wash day at the
hot springs , where his private car was side
tracked for a season. The boys at Alliance
division headquarters should have it. But
make J. R. show his papers.
Statement of car lots received at McCool ;
during 1890 :
227 cars coal. 49 cars lumber.
S cars lime. 8 cars salt.
4 cars agr. implt. 2 cars barb wire.
2 cars stone. 19 cars emigrant goods.
9 cars oil. 1 car oil meal.
S cars ice. 2.j cars beer.
1 car stoneware. 1 car musical ins.
1 car furniture. G cars potatoes.
5 cars of apples. 1 car machinery.
1 car patent fence. 20 cars of Hour.
120 cars corn. 9 cars wheat.
1 car oats. 1 car cane seed.
93.J tons mdse. 5 cars hay.
Statement of car lots forwarded from Mc
Cook during 1S90 :
1S7 cars cattle. 2 cars sheep.
142 cars hogs. 4 cars graders outfit.
11 cars horses. 3 cars broom corn.
IGcarsemgr'tg'ds 3 ears brick.
2. ; cars beer kegs. 1 car onions.
3 cars potatoes. 2 cars junk.
75 tons mdse. 1 car machinery.
TOTAL : -400 CARS.
971. William T. Stone et ux. vs. John M.
Stone et al. Jan. 9,1S91. Petition in equity.
972. J. L. Moore vs. Ephnum Greene et al.
Jan. 12,1891. Petition in equity.
571. Austin ToDnlinson and Webster Man
ufacturing Co. vs. Henry Meyer and Bertha
Meyer. Jan. 12 , 1891. Transcript of judg
ment forS118.9d. Jan. 10,1S91.
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