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OHKCJON CITY ENTERPRISE, FRIDAY, FEIJRUARY 21, 1890
Personal and Local.
John Unlilnmin, ol Clark am, w In
Hmiry Mlloy, ol Wllnouvlllri, wa In
Frml lli-n up (rum I'ortlnnl tlia
ulil'lle of llm wink, '
j Mr. aid Mri. II. I). Curry MtlW
ly fur a fw Uyi vlelt at rWlla.
Mra. M.fi. llaywanl, of Caiua, a
... 1 . ..I..U... IV. .1.
nil i rrrn'iii xiij .ini.ur tr vini-ii.y ,
! JIiikIi ("iirrln, of UunitiavlH.
mllfr at llm Kiilfrtirla olltr Mumlay,
Mla llaltia (lallnalli, of Alliany, la
tlia nml ol Mla Mry Mrlntyra, tlila
) MIm Ja'-oU, of Mt. Talor,
;waa tin) uiirKluf Mr. ami Mra. J. r .
Clark oynr Fuiulay,
MIm W, JiMliiika, arrival limue Ilia
fml of llm from Honolulu, mlirra
ili l.aa litii for ovrr a yar,
1 Mr. ami Mra, Harry Moody, who liava
ln at McMlnnvlll fir aoiiititlm ait
nUut to re-turn to Orrirnii City.
J. (J ilNga, rf HtafTiril, waa an Orej-on
City TtirxUy anl attrnli Ilia Wanl'InK
ton riilrrlal'iiiitnil iflvnn by the Writ
I Our (HiMilr nlglit wati'liiiian, '., I,
Miaar, liaa ln-nn on tlia alia lll Ilia 11
work ami lila -data liaa brn fillr! by
T. M. MiII.t.
Tlio. Kellmi, ol lilllotta I'rairla, out
( tli niit I'loeniliriil larlurr of lie
lounty aa In town Wnlnnxlay and ra
irwrl lila uWrillti lu Ilia Kntirrlw.
! Mra. T. A. Mi Hil.lo waa autnnionri U
kr lelalid Monday on acrotint of llm
mum lllnrM oMirr invtlirr, Mra. M.
Jlnrrlll Him wa aioiiianltx ,y
J.rr ilauntitrr, May.
ltrir-iilatlve Jro K nitftit. of Candy,
Va In Orr(on City tlia ftrat of th a k
)la aaya tliat iiina tnitlia of tlia tx'oj.la
pr In lor of tlia iiw roiiiiiil"l'ii,r'
t ilt. Mr. Knlxlit look yrry iWMf.I
ttml In favor of Ilia bill
j Tha Hey. A.J. MonUomrry liaa ,mi
t liaawl a now rlialnlrt I'rnnc.nt Wyrla.
!Tlia no minuter at lh Coiigrrg.
tonal clmrrh Iter. K. H. lollin,-T will
ilU'lal" for Ilia Aral time under the rail
(itmultxl to him the flint huiulay In
I'ionror rlialrr O. K. H. will diva an
4"larUliimiiil on tlia I'Hili Uln Ilia an
ircinriy of tlia iouixlin- of tha chapter.
Quito aUlroratei plana are Mug made
fir a g'xxl lime.
j Mr. William Taylor, of Houthport
fcnglaml, who dienl a aliort I line afo waa
couin of Mra. K. K. Charuian and
Mra. N. 0. WaMron, of ihla city. Ha
waa wealthy mill owner anJ a proml
Aent man In pulilic atlalra at that itar.
Kv. K. tTT'hilliiHi wIII tomluct For
ign Mlwionary afrrk-ea at tha Haptlet
Church Sunday morning. All rneinbrre
$ni oilifra intereatod In forrlgn mlaalona
ra . cordially invitod to bear Mr.
'hllliia. Ilia annual otTiiring for nila-
ioni will ha taken at Ihla acrvir.
The young ladice of HU I'aul'a Kplaco
pal chunh are organUing thriiianlvra
ttito a guild for church work . One of the
drat thing they ti:l to do, la to ur
cliaiio new organ. A meeting la callixl
lor neat Wedneaday ovenlng at the
(llnadCamp Lecturer C. W. Wlieelor,
ol the Woodmea of the World will make
at) ollk-lal viait to Ihla city Friday, the
24th. At which time the Camp expecta
good attendanro of the mumhera and
tha public are Invited to attend a It w ill
U' an 0en meeting.
1 There will be banket aocial and liter
ary and iiiuhU I program at Crcaccnt, or
Jono'i Mill, achoiil hoiiae, Saturday, Fub.
25, at 8 p.m. A gtaphophone with a
4fol bora baa bfi'ii curod from Port
land, llecllatlona, fonga, dlaloguca,
od iniihio by the Jone'a Ixgglng Camp
On liontra will form tha program, to be
followed by auction of backet. A large
atU'iiduiice ta expected and all young
liulif are Invited to bring baakcta.
Procecda (o go to thu achool.
Mri. U. F. (iiltnor iliod at tlio family
home in Halcm lant Saturday at the age
0(40 years. She waa the wife oil). F.
Qiltnur, who bna buct promliiont in poll
tija for many year, and a alater of
Senator George W. McBrlde and
Jpilga Thomna A , Mclirido, of thla city.
Her himband and two children eurviye
lit r, F.dmund C. who la now in Wanhlng
ton, D. C.,aa Senator Mclbide'i private
aacretury, and Mta Ueorglo, of Salom,
The remains were taken to St, Helen,
Lor old borne, and laid to rut bealde her
mother and father, who both panned away
many yeara ago.
0n Wedneaday of thla week John 11.
Humphreys received a ailyer mounted
etony cane from bia brother, Fred, who
l a corporal In Company M, Second
Oregon now at Manila. Engraved upon
tbe mountings la the inscription, "J. It,
Humphreys, from F. W. Humphreys,
Manila, P. I. Doccmber 2B, 1808." Tbe
souvenir is naturally very highly prized
by the recipient. Mr. Humphreys also
p nt bis brother, Charles, of the PoHtnl
Telegraph Co, this city, several dozen
kodak views ol Manila, many of them
containing snap shots of our Oregon City
boys. These are Interesting and instruc
Ive and likewise illustrate the manners
,hd customs ol the natives.
Thera will i 110 ervi'M at tha dm
yriatloiial cliun li exirpt Huri'Uy x lmol
lli'lna A V. hv pun baaed tha
Mi hrader bkery 011 Hnvunlli atreel but
will not operata tha aaiua.
Tha fiinrril of Mr. (Jmirn Hhlnley
wa lield in Onwego Tiif-Iy, She bad
a large rlrcl of frUnda In this i-Hy
wlinr ahe formerly realded.
TI10 h-ctrlc car 011 tha wet aide will
htitva at V.M) HadinUy morning for
VVilluiiiHIa. Tlil I to enable the
lec her to rnarli that pla a after Ilia
inoriiii g train ta in.
A lira In IMin'e bakery wa only
avail J by prompt action Monday, Tha
flra originated In Ilia ruol probably In
th flue and by "plli k action Waaa
e till gulnlind,
A. W. 1'lnllip wa a.TiiMi.1 by Her
man FUbrr, of iiling a wagon from
KUber'abarn. I'bllllp prrvlmixly oanml
the wagon and claimed be bad not aold if,
A Jury trial waa bad Monday and
I'blllipa wa aciimiel.
On Tuelay lha raK of htabt agalnnt
lUrt and Milt II kIk wa trUd by a Jury.
The defendania wera aiTUM of chicken
tealing by (ieorg K'it. Tha jury a'
(piltled tha ileleiniaiita aa no vaiua w
proven to tha gixxla alolen.
Tha Key. P K lUmiiiond of St.
I'aul'a Fplwopal rhurch will preach a
w-rmon on "Tha Fall of Satan" neit
Sunday iiiornlng and in the evening on
"Man'a I. lie Willi and Without lleli-
glon". Allaeataln Ihl rhurcli are frre
and everyona made wrlroma.
A vrrv irorxl ulav waa irlven at
Shlvely'a Tuealay high! to a large hUM.
Harry Cornoti Clark wa to bava laken
the IraiMia- role in the iday "What
bap-rnel to June," but Clark failed to
appear and hi place waa taken by
another member of the company.
Christian acidic aervlcea are held in
Willamette ball every Sunday morning
atrlrven o'clock Suhirxt for Sutidav
Feb. '.tl, "Slan." Sund) abool at
12:10. Wednesday evening meeting at
elgl.t o'iloi k . A cordial inyllailon la
exlelidnd to all who deaire fo attend
The IJ. V. P. I. C. K. gave a ailver
offerint aoclabla l lha lltil church
Wednesday evening In honor of Waih-
Ingtou'a birthday. The proverbial
hatchet waa In eldenra. Spirited
game an I a good aa-ial lime wa en
o)a-l by all, following whlib were
erred light relreahmenta.
Ir. H. W. K. dle.1 In Portland on
t lie lHth aged 77 yeara. Dr. Hoaa wu
well known In Oiegoa City where be re
tided and practiced medicine for many
yeara. He came to Oregon City in 1
but moved to Portland In the aeventlia
where ba baa alnr reaided although be
lnl conaldorable lime in thla city.
He leayea a wile and three children.
At Welnnard'a ball after the Valentine
party given by tbe young ladies of tbe
F.placopal church, a gentlemen um
brella with aiver haudle. Owner may
have aame by calllmr at Ihla olllc and
paying for thi advartlMinent.
Toalt In general boueework, not
over 15 yeara of age. C. C. Fnaunmcic,
Kir. Or. .
During my a two no 1 have placed In
charge of my dental ofllce Dr. W. T.
I.yona, whom I ran recommend to my
friemta and the public In general as a
akllllul and reliable dentlat.
L. L. Pii KKsa.
The Madrra Way.
Comuienda itaelf to the well Informtd,
to do pleaaantly and cllWtually what waa
formerly dona In lha crudent manner
and diaagreeably aa well. To cleanse the
ayatoiu and break up cold, headache,
and 'over a without unplcaant alter
llccts, ue the delightful liuuid laxative
remedy, Syrup ol Figs. Made by Cali
fornia Fig Syrup Co.
Sealed bids will be received at tbe
olllco of the county clot k for all county
and legal printing fur the period of one
year. Said bids will be 0cmul by the
county court on the tl rat day of the
March term 1HDD at 10 o'clock a. in.
The court reserves the right to reject
any or all bids.
l!y order of tbe county court Feb. 18th
1800. Kt,MKH Dixon. Clerk.
If the children need a laxative or a
purgative, dont, dont give them pills or
other harsh medicines. Laxative Syrup
Caitcara Is pleaaant to take; acta prompt
'. and does not irriue or cause any un
pleasant sensations, and produces no
bad after effects. Equally effective for
adults. Sold only by 0. O. Huntley,
ut-rate Druygist. Price, 20 and 0O0
Now Is your time to buy aboca.
Krauane Bros, have come to the front
with a 20 ilavs special shoe sale, For
prices and particulars, see their display
ad In this lsfiue.
Many cough euros contain dangerous
and harmful drugs. We guarantee Rod
Seal' cough cure to be perfectly harmless
and we soil it on the no-cure, no pay
plan, 25 or 40c, at C. O. Huntley's
Cut-rate Drug Store.
Writ ll Mioel Entertainment.
Tha Wet Side public school gave an
entertainment Timdy evening under
the Bimpiceaof Prof. T. J. Oary and a
alatanla. When tha folding iloora of tha
alaga aiiraad apart, a crowded Iioum was
preruiiit to llaten to lha rendering of lb
program, which waa on of the very beat
that the achool ha given. The program
conaialad of th following part:
Waablngtori'a Hoy hood" original .....
Kong and Hecitatlon
Arthur H bin idle.
Tan girl of Intermediate grade.
"Itiava l(-ton Hoy"
Hoa Fan IMK
"Soma Vear In Washington' M(".. ..
"TbaOld Flag Again"
Song "Jut llrrakthe .New to Mother"
MIm Mtggla (ioollellow.
"Tha Flag Oora Hy"
. Donald Shaw.
Flag Preaentation-I. D. Taylor, clerk
oftbaachiMjt hoard with yery fitting re
mark and responded to by Frank Shif
Addreaa "laaona from the Life ol
Waahington by (. W. Swope.
Tha flag preaeiitdl by the loard to the
achool waa of bunting, beat quality,
7,'ll5feet. Oh long may It wave, o'er
the Weal Side achool in Ihla laud of tbe
At a recent examination held India-
trlct No. T), known a the Carua -hool,
the following pupila paaaed for county
diplomaa. Mary Jonea, Ixmi Jaggar,
Mary Horn hueh, Katie Jonea, Fred
Hornachuch ami Edna lrl-h.
Tha member of the graduating claa
are juiily prmd of llielr autveaa and fea-l
grateful to Mr. Hyland for bia untiring
eff.irta for their advancement ami are
glad hi baa consented lo remain another
The diploma will be conferred In tbe
afternoon of Friday, Feb. 2t. Parent
and frlenJaar Invited.
Miaa Mary Hornachuch, one of the
popular graduate will hortly enter tbe
high achool in Oregon City. We regret
to loae her but wiah her aucce In her
0-fga City Market SeperU
Wheat No. 1 merchantable, M cents
Floor Portland, $3.45; Howanl'a
IWt, $3.45 ; Fiaber's Beat, $3.43 ; Dayton ;
X70: Peacock, $3.80
Oata in aks, white, 40 tenia per
bushel, gray, 40.
Millatuira-Itran, $17.00 per ton
shorta, $18.00 per ton.
Potato' 00 to 70 centa per sack.
Fgga, 25 centa per doxen.
Butter Ranch, 55 to 60 cents per roll.
Onions, 90c. per rack.
Green apples, .'15 to 50 per box.
DrieJ Fruita Apples, nnbleached, 3
centa ;60-Kund boxea, evaporated, be-
prunes, 2 to 4 centa ; plums, 2 to 4c.
Bacon llama, 8. to 8 54' centa; sides
8 to 8.1, ; shoulders, 7 to 8 ; lard 8 to 0
Livestock and Dressed Meats Beef,
live, 3' to 34c; hoga, live 4c;
hogs dresfled, 5 lo cents ;s!eep, $3
to$4.00per head; lambs $1.75 to $2.50;
veal, dressed 7 to 7,l'c.
Poultr Chickens, old $3.00 ; turkeys,
alive, 12 cents pe pound.
Brave Men rail
Victims to stomach, liver and kidney
troubles as well as women, and all (eel
the reaulta In loes of appetite, poisons in
the blood, backache, nervonaneas, head
ache and tirod, bullosa, run-down foaling.
But there's no need to feel like that.
Listen to J. W, Gardner, Idaville, Ind.
He says: "Electric Bitters are just tbe
thing for a man when he Is all run down,
and don't care whether be lives or dies.
It did more to give me new strength and
good appetite than anything 1 could take.
I can now eat anything and have a new
lease on life." Only 50 cents, at Geo.
A. Haiding's Drug Store. Every bottle
Worklusr Night and Day.
The buaioat mightiest little thing that
was ever nude is Dr. King's New Life
Pills. Every pill Is a sugar-coated globule
health, that changes weakness into
strength, listlossnoss Into energy, brain
fag Into mental power. They're wonder
ful In building up the health. Only 25c
per box. Sold by Geo. A. Harding.
sold only in
Y. M. C. A. NOTES.
Secretary J. L. Mead will conduct
aervlcea at lha 4 p m. V, M.C. A.
iiieiing Sunday, This is Mr. Mead's
flrnt experience at public aieaking and
a large attendance of men ami hoy are
nrj(d lo ba preaent. Special aong
service aa tiaual preceding Die apeaklng.
At lb adjourned meeting of tbe board
Wednesday thi week the re,rt of the
building ahownd encouraging work In
tbe prograaa of (be foundation. War
rant were ordered drawn on tbe Ireaa
urer for all work performed and material
fuinlahed to date,
Tbe lant game of the aeaaon between
Portland Y.M. C. A. ba-ket ball team
and Oregon City will be played at Pope'
hall thi Friday evening, A warmly
contested game I anticipated ,
Hatha are again in operation in our in
convenient quarter and may be had al
all hours a usual.
The content organized for soliciting
fund la fairly begun and is proving auc
ceaafal. Every dime or dollar contribu
ted to our building fund will to judic
loiialy appropriated. The laat account
ing showed tha "Kede" aomewhat be
low tbe "tJold
Urlp's Ifarsgr Doomed.
So ninth miaery and so many death
have been cauaod by the Urp, that
every one ahonld know what a wonder
ful remedy for thla malady la found 10
Dr. King'a New Discovery. That dia-
Ireaaing aluhborn cough, that Inflame
your throat, rob you of aleep, weaken
your ayatem and paves the way for Con
tumption la quickly stopped by thi
matcbleM cure. If you Lave chill and
fever, pain in the hack of the head, sore
hcaa in bone and muaclea, aore throat
and that cough that gripa your throat
like a vice, you need Dr. King'a New
Dierovery lo cure your Grip, and pre
vent Pneumonia or Consumption. Price
Met, and $100. Money back if not
cured. A trial bottle free at Geo. A,
Harding' Drug (tore.
Special Shoe Sale at Krauaae Brov'
Cbamtorlaln'a Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy can always to de-
fiended upon and is pleaaant and aafe to
tike. Sold by Geo. A Harding.
THE PENNY MAGAZINE, New
York, which la the loweat-priced maga
zine in America (20 centa a year), and
which ia owned by Hon. Chauncy M.
Depew, the eminent American orator,
want a reoreeentative In this vicinity.
It is a good opportunity for one of our
ambitious young man or young women.
Applications should be addreiiaed to tbe
Subscription Department, Tbe Penny
Magazine. Temple Court, New York
Foa Salx. A No. 1 natch span of
driving horse with double hack barnea
price $79. Horae aleo suitable for light
farm work, or will trade for a larger
team and pay the difference. For infor
mation call at this office, or address C.
P. Pounau, Willamette Falls, Or.
Tbe cbainleaa bicycle is the coming
wheel. Its mud proof, dust prjof gear
ing ia aa much ol an improvement over
a dirt-collecting chain aa a bicycle bear
ing is over the bearing of a wheelbarrow.
Go in and examine the Creacent Chain-
leas at Huntley 'a Book store. Price $t'-0.
For Young Men and Toting vfomea.
There is nothing that will arouse the
ire of a young man or woman so quick as
to have inferior laundry work put off on
them. They may dress ever so well,
but if their shirt front or shirt waist is
inuwey their neat appearance is spoiled.
The Troy laundry makes a specialty of
ladies' and gentlemen's fine work.
There can be no better work than is
done at tbe Trov. Leave your oiders at
Johnson's barber shop.
LSfJiSS T?011 'es're transparent, clear
and fresh complexion,
If tired out with your days work and
too riervoii to sleep well, Dr. Barker
Celery and Kola Compound will give
you retful deep and restore your
strength. For le only by C. ',
Huntley, Cut rate Drugmt. Price 5;
for the Dollar si.e,
Hihhona, lacea, embrolderiea, li'iaerv
and notions of all kind at the Backet
Money loaned on or life inatirancn
polica bought for ctah. ('. O. T. Wil-
liama, ofllce npatair, next to Methodist
church, Oregon City, Or.
To-light and To Morrow 5lgbt.
And each day and night during this)
week yon can get at any drnggial'f
Kemp'a Balaam for tha Throat and
Lung, acknowledged to be the moat
ucceafiil remedy ever sold for cough.
Croup, Bronrhili, Asthma and Con
sumption. Get a bottle to-day and keep
it always in tha hoote, so you can check
your cold at onca. price 2"c and 50c,
Sample oottl free.
Use Dr. Bourdon's French
Arsenic Complexion Wafers
the only reliable beautifler of the com
plexion, skin and form known. In tha
direction lor which they are Intended, their
effect is simply magical The most as
tounding transformation In personal ap
pearance ia brought about by their steady
usa. Possessing tbe WIZARD'S TOUCH
in producing and preserving beauty of
form by surely developing a transparency
and pellucid clearness of complexion,
shapely contour of form, brilliant eyes,
soft smootji skin, where, by nature, tbe re
verse exists. Even tbe coarsmt and most
Htruuuvx skim marred by rRKCKLRS, moth,
BLACK II t.U, FIMFI.KS, and VDL'lAB RRPNKS8,
YKLLOW AND MUDDY SKIN, and Other FACIAL
DiariucRKMXNTS, are permanently removed
and a dehclously clear and re lined com
plexlon assured, enhancing a) lady'a love II
nesa beyond ber moat extravagant expec
tations. A1lea, You Cam b llenutlful,
no matter who you are or what your dis
figurements may be you can make your
self aa handsome as any lady in tbe laud
by the use of
Dr. Bonmoa's Arsenic Comoleiloi Wafers.
Used by men the results are equally fa
vorable. Price, small box M centa. Large
box II. Oil or special order of six large boxes
$5.00. Sent to any address under plain
cover on receipt of the above amount.
Write for circular.
Till. rAltlMAX llll CO.
131 Montgomery Street, San Francisco.
Hay for Hale.
Timothy anl clover cheap. Fur
further information call at tbia ofllce.
Don't make underwear when it can to
bought at ench very low price al tha
New lot of wrapper trimmed in vel
vet, lace and braid. All prim. At the
Wedding aUtionery, the latent style
and Dnent aaaortment ever brought t
Oregon City at tha Extkrfbisb olflra.
lot Mi MOTH E K.I.
Croup ia the terror of Ihotiaanda of
young mother becanaa it outbreak la
ao agonixing ami frerpiently fatal.
Hiiloh'a Cough and Consumption Cur)
acta like magic In caaea of Croup. It baa
never ben known to fail. The worst
aw- relieved Immediately, Price, 2-jrla.
fiOrta. and $100, C. d. Huntley, tbe
AVTri--ti;vrRLTki; tworijit pkh-
aiia la lb a t I lo mo our ba. a
lh ir n nd a' bf 0 inlt It n Only (
H'("rkrouiid at ho no. Salary r.wul
i0. a- -ayt at oa a I tin t n-iftVI . a
n or. no e aa -al tio'itiiyf.k H a a
t el -a alt-.'t raawt am 4 a-'loi. II -
iit. H.rM.urtg.cii-.r. -a
ttuttu ylla la Yw H.n Unit lxt
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B t3C!33 Maw'rTrTTjrTirr ; ,.-i.r-4
...Crayon Portraits and Plioto Buttons...
re Jl;e Best....
Studio, Ninth and Main Sts., Oregon City, Oregon.
Will csaiiaaa la t'T 4urinf i94 br -aana a in-Mtnrioaa
aa4 Uit, ail Um tmpwtaat an ol lha aorld la a dnr aad coaciM auaaaa.
ladrpcaoVal el partita, dratfd M
good forrniaMnt, it .ill m bratata
la appro, or diuppma, bamor
Uta Muauoa mj ba.
Um Icadinf aniata oT tha tooutiy
-till eonmb.it la tha paft. oi tha
V.ECKLV.aa htttrtoion, tukag It
lha bmaoH Ulawrutd watklf.
Cuba and tbe Philippines Hawaii and Porto Rico
S porta! artklaa mil apotar a. that
la coaninaa bf Na.rL Phil.
RaMnaoa aad F. D. Mllwt, both
ol hata faada apodal jouratra M lha
Thaa. placet trill ba dtailart tntt4
b c.ap.r w aiia.r aaa w.
who hhaalaa atada a
atady i tha placa.
PICTORIAL HISTORY OF THE YEAR
b ahal HARPER'S WEEKLY hat btta la lb. put and trill ba ta tka
latart. Tha (rtal work acrntnpliUttd la th lata Spaanb-A-aahcaa mu ia
characlcritoc ai lh WEtKLV'S lite aad arxtx poiK.
. HEN THE SLEEPER WAKES. By H. a Well
WITH SWORD AND CRUCIFIX. By E. S. Vaa Zlla
THE CONSPIRATORS By R. W. Cbaaaaara
Some 5hortStory Contributor
W. K. Noert Owen Hall t. 3. HeCaPthy R- S. rrlmao
B. r. Banaon H. S. William John Corbla M. S. Brtaao.
Ptukll. MMIMat f)
aad lu iaduurita will be tmttd In
a wnta ol aniclta by Frmaklla
The London Letter
will be trritirn by Arnold W bite,
aad will bt tall of time!; matter.
and it. retoarc will be the fubWct
ol a aenea el papen by Edward J.
This Busy World
by E. S. Martin, wilt contiao t
araoae and wunict lu reader.
ill be continued weekly by ita well-known editor. Mr. Cat par Whitney
10 trad a C'W SaAirnavraa, 14 90 ttur
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