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Under (hs Supervision of Ou Morrixtovn
Lodge. I. O. O. T.t No. 5.
REV: GEO. ILCOX Editor.
"No member shall make, buy, sell,
use, furnish or cause to be furnished
to there, as a beverage, any (spirit
uous or malt liquors, wine or cider;
and every member shall discounten
ance the manufacture, sale and use
thereof in all proper ways.
TIME OP MEETING.
AIOrtRIsTOWN Loixie, No. 5, I. O
of i. T.. meets in Hood Templar
hall, over W. P. Carriger's drug
.store, evcrv Monday evening at halt
intst tJ o'clock. The officers of the
prcnent quarter are: (leo. II. Cox,
V. C. 1; da lhompn, Ji. u. ?v;
Lula (i raves, L. II. S.; 31 re. W. P.
Melvin, V. V. T.; I). Raker, W. S.;
V. Van IIuss. W. F. S.: Mrs. J.
Rrown, W. T.; Rev. W. II. Smith,
YV. C; Geo. Melvin, W. M.; A. C.
Cox. I). M.; M. V. Cox, I. i.; Uhas
Mitchell, O. (j.
THE GOOD TEMPI.AIJS
I. Total abstinence from all in
toxicating liquors as a beverage.
II. No license in any form or un
der any circumstances for the sale ol
liquors to be used as a beverage.
III. The absolute prohibition o
the manufacture, imjortation an
i.f iiit.tif:itiuif liouor for piicIi
puriohes; prohibition by the will
of the people, expressed in the form
of the law, witn me penalties i
nerve.1 for a crime of such enormity.
IV. The creation of a healthy
public opinion upon the subject by
the active dissemination of truth in
all the modes known to tn enlight-
V. The election of good, honest
administer the law.
VI. Persistence in efforts to pave
individuals and communities trom
so direful a scourge against any
forms of opposition and difficulty
until our success is complete and
The following appeared in the ed
itorial column of I he Gazette lat
'The temperance department re
eently a ided to The Gazette un
der the suervision of the Morris
town Ixyle of Good Templars, with
Prof. Geo." II. Cox as editor, is prov
ing an actvptable and pleasing lea
lure. We are glad to note the in
teret and activity that prevails
among a majority of our U-ft citi
zenn in regard to the great evil ol
intemperance. No considerate pr
! sliould eoiuplain of the efforts .
tf-aiperanie people doing all in the. r
jwer to curtail the consumption ol
liquor in view of its consequences.
They may, jKssibIy, bocome super
zealous ami say and do many i'ool
ih and indiscreet things, no
lmbt they do; nevertheless they
mean well'and are engaged iu the
roseeution of a mucli nee.lel work.
A'hii we see so luany exeed. nt
families brought lown to ien
ani destitution and so many prom
ising young men hopelessly ruined
by intemperance, it is certainly time
fJr a vigorous effort to thee: k its
ravages. Something mu-t be done
and done at one-. Liquor is doimr
immene damage throughout the
land. We all know it and :tll feel
it, many to their sorrow and mt
Nii;nant grief. Let us, then, en
i -on rage every movement calculated
to neutralize its bad effects."
There are one or two things in
the alstveof which we wish to speak,
l-'irst, he says, ' They may, m1.Iv,
Un-oaie superzealous and ay and do
many l'.)Iiih and indiscreet thing,
as no .loubt they do."" Now jlst
-u -h U in all great reformatory
in.ivciii; i.ts. Many mistake are
. ie. many false steps taken, much
-'ij-i-i 7.'uloiiin-ss. and in i-t: se
quence much said and done that is
t.siiish and indiscreet" and which,
lor the time, hinders the cause. Hut
siii ii are not the standards by which
to judge of any movement. We
must look to the object aimed at,
the desired end, and ste if th.it is
commendable, beneficial, - legiti
mate, Rjiiir for all and to all; and if
si, then, like true men and womeri
rally around the standard and bat
tle lor the right even if some ' su
p.-r.ea!ous" advocate does ''do many
l"olis!i and indiscreet things.' That
much has been said and done in the
Temperance movement that would
have been better unsaid and undone
no o ie will question ; that Temper
ance people havo made many mis
takes we freely admit ami deplore;
but looking beyond all these, we
hold that the object aimed at, the
desired end, is commendabl , bene
ficial, legitimate, Riuiit lor all and
to all, and hence is deserving of the
active support of every true man
and woman in oar town.
Again he says, "When wo see to
many excellent families brought
down to overty and destitution and
so many promising young men
hopelessly ruined by intemperance,
it is certainly time for a vigorous ef
fort to check its ravages' Now,
right here, is the main iint. We
all ce and know the terrible effects
of intemperance; no argument ever
has or ever can be mado in its fa
vor; not one single blessing ever
came to one single person from it,
or ever can ; nothing are its fruits
but degradation and vice, unhappi
ness and misery, blasted homes and
broken hearts here, and hereafter
no heaven but an endless hell, and
yet we safTer it to goon in our midst
"unchecked, and many good people
stand aloof and lend , no helping
hand in staying the dreadful curse.
Why is this? Should it continue so?
If every man and woman inMorris-
would band themselves together in
the cause of right, they could very
soon rid themselves of the evil.
Why not do it? "It is certainly
time for a vigorous effort."
Sw York Iadrpiidiit.
Right doiug, as well as right
speaking, is sure to have its reward,
hero and hereafter. It is good seed
that will ppring up and bear fruit
to bless the present and future gen
erations. Every noble, generous,
and Christian act has a value not
known in the markets. One man
may scatter broadcast his wheat on
a hundred fields, and a thousand
families may be fed and made hap
py thereby. Another may scatter
his gold, and with, practically, the
same result. If every one will do
good as he has opportunity, the
whole world will soon be blessed.
The following incident from the
V?'ljriny illustrates the points we
have made, and will, we think, in
terest our readers. Not long ago
Mr. Horace I J. Claflin, the great dry
goods merchant of this city, was sit
ting alone in his private office, late
one afternoon, when a young man,
pale and careworn, timidly knocked
"'Mr. Claflin,' said he, 'I am in
need of assistance. I have been un
able to meet certain payments, be
cause certain parties have not done
as they agreed by me; and I would
like to have ten thousand dollars.
I come to you lecause you were a
friend to 1113- father and might be a
friend to me.'
-Come in,' said Claflin. 'Come
in and have a glass of wine.
'No,' said the young man. 'I
''Have a cigar, then?"
No, I never smoke.'
'Well,' said the joker, 'I would
like to accommodate you; but I
don't think I can.'
" 4 Very well,' said the young man,
as he was alut to leave the room,
'I thought, perhaps, you might.
" 'Hold on.' said Mr. Claflin. 'You
don't drink '!'
''Nor gamble nor anything ol the
''No, sir. I am superintendent
of the Sunday-school.'
''Well,' said Mr. Claflin, with
tears in his eyes too, 'you shall have
it; and three times the amount, if
you wish. Your father let me have
five thousand once and asked me
the same questions. He trusted me
and I will trust you. No thanks,
i owe it to you nr your father's
We happen to know another in
cident in the life of Mr. Claflin which
we will give to the public ami which
wo are sure has never yet appeared
in print. Paring the late Rebel
lion, a merchant of this city, con
nected with a well known firm,which
had suspended payment, called on
Mr. Claflin one afternoon, about
half past two o'clock. Mr. Claflin
knew him immediately and very
kindly greeted him. After taking
a glance at the clock, he said to the
merchant, who appeared fad and
downcast: '-VcIl, friend ,
what can I do for you?'
'T have come to ask your help,
and I want you to know my posi
tion." -Go ahead," said Mr. Claflin, with
a most tender ami friendly expres
sion of countenance, never to be for
gotten by the merchant.
T am in this fix,'" said he. "We
have got along so far that we can
now see, we think, through all our
troubles, if we can make a settle
ment with Mr. . This man
has put me off time after time, when
I have called ; and now, after, per
haps, a dozen interviews, he says, it
I will pay him SH,ut0 cash to-day,
he will tak . it, and not one single
cent less, and give me a receipt iu
:'uli of all demands. Now, .Mr.
lailin." added the distressed n; r
chant, 1 have no security to olfcr
you but my honor, and I now m1
einnly promise you, if you will loan
me this money, 1 will return it to
you, f I live, the tune heing fixed
by the merchant. Mr. Claflin quick
ly turned to his cashier and said:
Draw a check for Mr. for
sIo.imh).'' Then, addressing the
merchant, he said, with a smile: "If
you live, friend , I know 3-011
will return the money, as you havo
promised; but: if you die, I tell yon
now, I am able to lose the money;
and I promise 30U that jour family
shall never be troubled atout it."
hat generous act, at just the
right moment, which lilted a moun
tain s weight from five men, will
never be torgotten by those it so
much benefited. Some of the mem
bers of the firm yet live and from
the mouth of the "merchant" him
self, who called for the money, we
have obtained the facts now given.
The widow 01 Gen. Garfield is
no-v liing in her new homo in
Cleveland, Ohio, a plain, unpreten
tious, but cherry and attractive
house. The mother of tho late
President and the wife of Dr. Royn
tou are spending the winter with
her. She is said to be now looking
much lietter than she has before
since her bereavement, although
marks of age, care and sorrow are
fixed upon her face. She is often
visited by artists competing for the
510,000 prize ottered by U10 umo
Legislatuie for the best bust of Gar
field, who seek her approval of their
work. When one of them called on
her a few days ago, writes a corres
pondent who accompanied him,
Mrs. Garfield gave tho bust a quick,
sidelong glance, and then aupro?ch
ing it closer looked at it steadily and
in a most critical manner for sever
al moments. Then she spoke: "It
looks far more liko Stanley 3Iat
thews," and then, after another in
spection : "No, I can't say that it
rescmblss tho General to any great
extent," and the disappointed artist
Hon. W. II. Wisener, of Shelby
ville, died at his residence in that
place December 24. Reforo tho war
he was a recognized leader of the
Whig party in the legislature, and
a lawyer of ability and success. At
the time of his death he was an in
fluential Republican, holding tho
position ol postmaster of Shelby -Yilfo.
T H E 11,0 ft
T!ii n miTir fur-ma more or
j less of ground so rocky that it will
I not repay the expense of cultivation,
and all of such spots should be plant
ed with trees. These may be. got
out of tho woods or farm nurseries;
or, what would be easier, cheaper,
and probably much more effectual,
the seeds of various, kinds of treesj
could bo sown, imitating aa nearlj-'
as possible the natural processes
which have produced all the forests
of the country. The seeds of the
different trees should .be gathered
in the woods just at the time that
they fall naturally, and they should
be immediately planted in little
shallow holes among the stones and
covered with a little earth. There
tho rains of autumn, the snows of
winter, and the sunshine of spring
would bring up a crop of young
trees, which should be fenced in
from cattle and left to themselves.
They would require no labor after
the first sowing and fencing, except
subsequent thinning out from year'
to year of those that were too
crowded or most valuable for econ
omic purposes. If hickory nuts,
black walnuts, butternuts, chest
nuts, and the seeds of sugar plums,
pines and spruces were any of them
or all of them Bown every here and
there over the place intended for a
grove, the most valuable kinds and
those that thrive est could be ulti
mately left to become great trees.
After ten years, the annual thin
nings of this grove for firewood,
fencing, hop-poles, railroad ties, etc.
would probably make it as valuable
a part of the farm as any othor;
and when tho black walnut and
butternut trees become 1 rgo enough
to be sold to cabinet-makers, it Is as
valuable a part of the farm as any
other, and when the black walnut
and butternut trees become large
enough to bo sold to cabinet-makers
the value of the grove would be
verv rreat. 'The present race of
farmers may say they would not
live to see tho trees become fit for
tho cabinet-makers; but none tho
less would the growth of that grove
increase the value of the farm every
3'ear, and that whether the owner
sold it or left it to his children.
The People's National Rank and
the Herald printing office were de
stro3'ed l3 fire, at Pulaski, Tenn.,
on the night of the 23d December.
The Jleral.l lost 3,000 and was in
sured for $1 ,'jOO. Tho paper will
not be continued, the editor having
made a business connection with the
The Poe cousins, not' brothers as
usually classed, were sentenced at
Winchester, on the i7tli December;
John to be hanged on tho 23d ol
February and Cicero to be impris
oned for life.
THE HAD ANI WORTHLESS
ire never iiitit ttrd or evunterftit&l. Thi.
is eppceinlly true of n fundi medicine,
and it is positive proof t lint Hie remedy
iinitixtrA is of the lowliest value. Ah
soon a-? 't Imd been tested and proved by
the whole wmM tlmt Hop Iiiitera w-
the pnret-t, best and most valuable fam
ily medicine on earth, nis'iy imitations
-pi unH op al bean to ute.il t he uMicef
in w ich 111 press nnd peuplc of the
count y had expressed the merits of 11.
11., and In every way trying to induce
tufft ri" invalid to use their ttull in
stcu I, expecting to make money on the
c edii and good name of II II. Many
olht-ra sdtrted nosi: urns put up in iin
iUrtiiyletolI.il, with vaiioiisy de
vised nam; in which t tie word "Hop
or "Hops" were used in a way to induce
people to b lieve lh-y were the same as
llti;- ItiMeis. A I siu h pretended rem
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style or name is, and eepi-cially those
with the word "Hop" or "Hops" iu
their nnme or in Miy way coi.ikcU tl
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nunc of tlcm. Use nothing but genuine
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:reen Hop on the while label.' Triift
nothii ebe. l)iitnits and 'dealer
r- w.-tinod aainvi dealing I" iuiOa
tiou.i or c unlerfcin.
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No dc-du.-tiuu will be made for abaeoea ssocpt
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The regulations M be n-Hd, but rigidly en-fori-
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Wright, Mooresburg; Max Sax, 8. N. Bell, Thos PUttr, W. 8. Settle, W. F. Bang, Jr., L. Rosenheim
it Bro., Nashville; Chas. E, Baylor Boon's Path Vs.
Transacts a General Banking: Business. Deals in Foreigrn and
Domestic excliauere. Sells Drafts on all the principal cities of
East Tennessee Dental Depot,
Orders Filled and Sent out by Return Mail Sundays Excepted.
"WE GUARANTEE PSICES AS
AH of our Surgidd Instrument are of tiu
. . are
DR. VV. N 'CARSON' &
, . Jul5 83-6ai -
wiii van ncss..
I Hals, Boots, Shoes, Notions,
. , Crockery, Tinware, Lumber and Building Material.
Proprietors of 8sw Mill and Brick Tard . We have on band and for sale the CELEBRATED
MITCHELL WAGON, mado at Racine, Wisconsin. Also Agent-" for the O. G. Cooper Engines, Saw
Mills, Thrmhiog Machine Mills, c. Call on or address us at MOURISTOWN, TENN. ma82l7 ly
THE "STANDARD CULTIVATOR,
With Cotton and Corn Planter Attachment.
' ' -Va,
EMERSON. TALCOTT & CO.,
- i i
Circular Saw Mills,
THREE STYLES OF HEAD BLOCKS,
' . Grist Mill Machinery and Gearing: of all Kinds,
Reacting Water Wheels and Cane Trills,
AND DEALERS IN
"' ' ' OV ALL STYLES AND PRICE9, . - ; .
rLcirciiiar Saws, Leatlier, MknU Cotton Belting, Frencli Burr
' AND BOLTING CLOTnS OF BEST QUALITY. . . :
t-W I 10 1VV X 1 1 1 TV fi of all kiuds dona to order on short notice We guarantee satisfaction
fn Tvtry rasped, irompt attention given to all orders, aud prlcea given on application. ...
- Before purchasing rlaewaera call on or address
. . . C. II. "WITT & SON, Witt's Foundry, E. Tenn.
:. . : "--'-- -; t - - - i . . .
Use Lawrence & tVlartin's
1 f II I
For COUGHS. COLDS SORE THROAT BRONCHITIS. ASTHMA, PNEU
MONIA- COrtSUMPTION. Diseases
BALSAM OF TOLU
CONSIj MMION in iu lneipient and advanced stages, and all diwasea of the THKOAT.CHJs.8r
LUNtiS. buUtbasueveiTbesoadvantagroiiHh-aornpounded as in the TOI.IT, KOCK ad
I.YK. Its soothing Balsamic properties afford a illfiisive etimulaut and touio to build up tu
lystem after tne coush bas been relieved. Quart 'site bottiea, Frioe fl.oa
fc"V A I I I f f 1 f Do not be deceived fey dealers who try to paJra off Rook nitd Itva
WMU I IUU 1 Jn place of our TOLU, KOCJC AND KYK, which U tbo ONLY
VXLDICA iKD arUeie the rntuine has a Private Die Proprietary Stamp on each bottle, which
permit it to be feold by JUruara-tetat. 3roers aad Deavlea Every wlier,
. - VUTUOTTT EPHCI&L TAX OS .LICENSE.
jhwTOLUi HOCK AfiD fiYE COs Propristsre, 4! River St., ChlcagOi.M!..
JOHX W. LOOP.
J. T. McTekb,
D. S. Williams,
L. Roes, Jos. T. McTeer, B . R Strong, 8. B. Lut-
May Mb 13ly
LOW A3 ANY OTHER DEPOT.
very best makes. AU goods not as represented
BRO., Knoxville, Tenn.
JOHN VAN HI7SS.
The Leadlnar Machine wherever
A Favorite with Cotton and
A Perfect Combined Riding and
Walking: Cultivator. Cotton and
Our Attachment for Sowing: the
Small Grains can also be used
on it. . ;
Every farmer in the South should
either see one of our agents or
send to us for our Illustrated
Catalogue of Reapers, Mow
ers, Cotton and Corn Planters,
of THROAT, CHEST AND LUNGS.
Has always been ono of the most JPant
weapons wielded by tee MEDICAL FACUL1
against the encroachments of COl GH8.COU)S,
ItHrtlUflHITIS. 1STIIMA. . SOKE THKOAi.
VT. L. ROGERS. (
ROGERS & PERRY,
J;-':'.. I- WHOLESALE '
Sour Mash.Lmcoh Copper ;Dix-
: tilled Cori," Rye and Bourbon Whiskies.
APPLE BRANDY ii SPECIALTY.
Cash Customers not Rejected,
Quick Sales atul Small Mmrofit.
Thankful to our friends for their liberal patronafr
they will continue with us.
GAY. STREET, - - KNOXVILLE, TENN.
Orders Solicited and Satisfaction Guaranteed. octSTOly.
Esal lstils Soldi Real Estate Renied!
Both in Farming, Mineral and City Property
Having great acquaintance in Virginia and in the East generally, I have been aelioit.
ed many times to furnish information relative to East Tennessee lands. On this aa
count I now advertise for lands to be put in my hands for sale, at an early day, tha
they may go in my new Catalogue. My success will be due to my extensive soQjsalfct
ance and thorough advertising
In Fact if you want to have any transactions
in Real Estate call at the
Real ESstat; Hzzcbangc,
W. H. COFFMAN,
JA JIES A. CARRIGER, Assistant and Attorney.
Office in W. P. Carriger's Drug Store.
MAIN STREET, MORRISTOWN, TENX.
GEO. BRO Wl,
IMPORTER AND WHOLESALE DEALER III
ENGINES, All Sizes,
SOUTH BEND Chilled Plows,
jBirdsell Clover H tillers, . '
Coate's Lock-Leyer Hay Rakes,
Emerson & Smith's Planer,
Tooth and Solid Circular Saws,
Horse and Mule Shoes, Iron anl Steel, Cheaper thau
SCCCE8S0R TO E. A. THOMPSON.
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
Kalian and American Marble
GRANITE MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, Etc.
Iron Fencing Furnished, to Order.
PnOF.W.PATNIL l'DiaXDICAXi AUTHOR AND TEA
t-k D ai-r -
tirmjjTirip.w t. a r m
ARD WORKS tON
MEDICrSE AND SUR-
'-.ioii,t f.r. tm!is Krvnns Tkblllty
CATARRH Is tho forerunner
CATARH.II iav iiwinifcst itself by a
t. . 1 414 a .
. uortlon of the nose, by hawking, Kilslnff of mucus and tickling- of tha throat, loss ol
- voice, loss of smell, lo of taste, partial or complete deafnws, the formation of aoaba la
" tho throat and nose, bad smell of Xhe breath and nose, KlNfcJIXO In tho ton, diastneaa, "
'wealt. CUnt fr-olintrs, ostiTeness,- irregular
part of them, in any one case.
CATARRH Is produced by epeclflo
weaKness, witn mora or xesa iuui n;u4V4j.
Bladder, Kldnevs and Worn!) Is also
WOMU DUaaas. IjeuoorrtKBa. CANCER,
the throat and lungs It produces BRONCHITIS AID COKaLMPTIOaf. In all eaaea
the parasites exist In tha BLOOD, and produce every conceivable form of blooi
poisoning. Some forms of the Cauirrh germs produoe ASTHMA, JjlAV irKvaUi
Neuralgia and violent fits of couching; while others cause Bilious Fever, InQumnus.
tion ol'the Lungs, rieurisy. Eryaipelaa, Skin .Diseases, Fulling of tha Hair and J.Tataar
tUr pVuijAATN 13 has discovered a VA"POR that as poslttvety enree atid kills the
raraslte as water exlin tulsh- fire !t is called the CATARRH VAJPOR. 11a haa
u pill called the A.IVER RBXOVATOH, which kills all the disease la. tha Stomach,
IJvvi and Bowels, cures constipation, ana
i'llOf'. srAiHiS'S 'lUAtv a k. a,
lie h-vs a pill called
rvimf: o wiilHVR TViVIO KvanP.
NERVB TONIC IS VII CI
a f.u P.wo and I.nn? Affftetlons. Hlr rreat
1 1 a n.ia fin aa
J"l.n;K pares, civea a full account of hi
S ' WMITID nnh! short nmnthlv. freeL
tick. 7 y paes. teua now an
J9JO.f-&A MTXJ UU. VllCbb UU19IWI 1UI4I4. .44 .- . . . ,
' coverlet, immense experience and eminent learning, can Jiagnos. and trct .aaj.- .
more certainty, and creater sucwiss, than any other rhy;:ci i now lx ?, 1 ,
aendln i f little seraplu? of fur from your tonpue, on a sjuall piece of wMtn t - . I $
can desribo disease with muoh ccrtaiaty as though the patient was prow.nt: '
. do?? bv means oi hU prcat microscope the most powerful one in tho world. Tha
iro'im - Awotlam w assure the -nur.llfl
i il '.. .mi(4 n.l wiulilno t Uvr- .K.il.i
firms lodi on ln ton-me. ana u w dj ouooYsnns ineae iwv uiav urn vrtjm w f
which thov ra-i tirt without money- and
Co. and fko Anltman-Taylor
Brown Double Shoyel PLOWS.
Keystone . Patent Solid Calk.
227 GAY ST.,
pt asimw,T -. - al 4 4 ta
$2.00 Par Ocj. ...
ipSaafc atasjsaiasja)ffaj a1asw(aB
... I ,
;r or uonsnmpTion. xtroncniua, juyspcpiia, jrtr ixax ,
and Premature l)eiith. .
running or tilacliarre Jrom tha front or bach i
appeuio, ana a sense 01 reniiea, nerroua
i inay all exlat, or Uy a
PARASITE 8 lodtrlnr on tha
Catarrh of the Htoroach, liowtla, liver.
BLADUEll and ailOSKlf ACboUonfl,
. rroduemc isiiiousDemi. ui
an - 1 other fatal maladies. When It kxtea Uk
never leaves yon cosuve, ju ats wa
V. FILLS, that cures all forma of enrous
inai never iaus vj cure sut ramais -m
that makes you eleen arxi leei rtarry tij
Ihnt ntalrra vnti mffn I
iiuuris -a u Jti.u a aj tt aau t
work on tle PRACTICX OV tn I
treat dlHcovortoi 1 to' lMWTI 3
ilrvwir f hfrfslTca.
lie semi' his aIT?
that Prnf. llalne. bv means t-r ma i
nnnaiitt. nlm itit li.'.r tn MTIiOQ I'f I f I
without pric at hi turiow,
I STREET, J'UIL U v ftA, .HA.
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