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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 July 1877

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T., SATURDAY; JULY 21, 1877- NO. 15. - i i i r Tife Arizona Sentinel. Published even' Saturday (Jb y the Sentinel Publishing Company. 'GEORGE TYHO, - - - Editor And general business agent. SixbsciMptloja : bne year ......... 5 00 Bix months ; M... 3 00 Single copies ' i One inch, each insertion -32 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re 'duced rates. Job 3? r I lit I its; : Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro 'grammcs, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. tFCurrcncy taken at par. -STAR HOUSE, &iia Street, - - Yuma. Hest d6or to the Colorado Hotel. T Board with or without rooms. Meals at ull hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and will find in my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress. J. GIULIANI. J. BERNABD, JR, Giuliani & Bernard, Dealers...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 July 1877

Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY JULY 21 Amende Dishonorable. The Enterprise of Prescott (the "organ") must have had a cold in its head, when it spread out for its readers the mess of literary earrion dished up for it by one C. M. Daly, and must since have recovered its sense of smell and itself have become nauseated, for it stopped the publication of Daly's letters all at once and. apologizes to its readers for having made itself and them sick. A buzzard, gorged to vomition upon dead horse, might in similar terms explain that act and apolo gize to bystanders for the offense given by its putrid breath. This "amende honorable' ' published by the "organ " is no " amende " at all; it is merely trying to shirk the responsibility for having dis gusted its patrons and for having made itself sick; the buzzard lays the blame upon the horse. A man named Clum was denounced in the vilest terms in those Daly's letters; he was held up to the public as a liar, coward, braggart and thief, with a plausib...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 July 1877

i Aeizona Sentinel. SATURDAY JULY 21 LOCAL MATTERS. Railroad fare first class raised to 845. p River raised a foot since the 14th. Rains above. Old Tite, for - Babbit Metal, for sale at the Sentinel office. Heavt rain Thursday night. Thermom eter 93 hereon Friday and very oppressive. Glass of all sizes and in great variety has lately been received at Geo. Martin's Drug and Book store. TV. J. Hardy is the new steamboat agent at Aubrey. TV. M. Hardy will probably act as such at Hardyvillc. A porch has been put up in front of the postoflicc and Horton's sample room. Can't liavc too much shade, Lige Bettis has sold the Pocahontas claim in Castle Dome district for 1125, to friends of Cap't. Starkweather. james xi. .Morton disappeared on TVcdnesday. TVe hope an explanation will he given more charitable than the one prevailing. One thousand pairs of Brogans are offer ed for sale by G. A. Ringwald, Arizona Brewery, at the following prices: Per case, .50c per pair; per dozen, 75c per pair; s...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 21 July 1877

Akizoa Sentinel. SATURDAY : JULY 21 CACHISE. BY IV. s. ocr.v. (Continued from the Star.) But not to get ahead of my story I will here mention that fit the same time that the messenger was dispatched to Tucson, another was senfto FortBnchanan for medical aid,which was promptly rendered by Post Surgeon 13. D. J. Irwin, who, accompauied by two men, started foi' the scene of labor and, in what is now called the Sulphur Spring valley, he run upon three Coyotero Apaches with stolen stock, and charging them gallant ly, routed and took them, stock and all, into the pass; making, with the three captured by Lieut. Bascom, at the time of Cachise's escape, six bucks held by him. At the time of our arrival, which was about sun down, it being late aud the Dragoons having made a very long, hard march during the day, the senior officer, Lieut. Moore, concluded that it was best to do nothing until next morning, thus giving the night to rest his tired men and an opportunity to your correspondent to l...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 July 1877

NEUTRAL IN NOTHING; VOL. VI. YUMA, A. T.. SATURDAY, JULY 28 1877. isro. 16. INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. The Arizona Sentinel. Published everj' Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. feEORGE TYPJG, - - - Editor AND GENEKAL BUSINESS AG3NT. iibserlption s fone year 85 00 Six months . .V-. ....... - 3 00 Bingle cdpics...; 12 One inch, each insertion ; 2 50 Each subsequent insertion : ;1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced ratC3. ToU Xrlut Infi; ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., priuted in every stylc with neatness and dispatch. J5FCurrcncy taken at pan "Oil a Street, "5Tu.iiia. Hezt door to the Colorado Hotel; Board with or without rooms; Meals at all hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and will find in my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. M. E. FORREST, Proprietress. J. GIULIANI. 3. BERNARD, JR, Giuliani & Bernard, Dealers in ines A full assortment of ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 July 1877

Akizo"ta Sentinel. SATURDAY :; : : : : JULY 28 Effects ot Heat at Yuma. Of late it has become the custom to attribute the death of every man on the Colorado river to the effects of intense heat. This habit is fostered by a trick of corres pondents who, by a queer mental process, expect to elicit sympathy for their own sufferings by tele graphing deaths from the intense heat here. A friend of ours con tracted small pox at Tucson and diedof it;-another case of "intense heat." A man was found dead near Hardyville the other morn ing with his skull fractured; an other case of "heat and so on through the list. The facts are that no healthy man was ever killed anywhere by any known natural heat. The thermometer here is never claimed to go above 120, and we have never, in eight years residence here, seen it above 114. Every man who goes into the steam baths or the dry hot air baths of San Francisco undergoes a much higher degree of heat, with the disadvantage of lower temperature before and...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 July 1877

'4. Mf Akizona Sentinel. SATURDAY JULY 28 LOCAL MATTERS. Two -wagon loads of Aldcn dried fruit coming here from Anaheim. - Some 150 tons of Castle Dome and other ores have been shipped from here duriu the past month. A concentrator has been sent up to the Picacho mill. The gold is there, and must be saved. Rich specimens of gold quartz are (shown by J. L. Smith. They came from a new discovery near tile Soflora line; Tnfe 5s betas- furnished resularly at the " Tuina Exchange, whence it is delivered where wanted at eight cents per pound. A cokkespondent asks if Riverside is hear Yuma. It is not as far as might be tiesired, but Yuma is not to blame for that BicfaABDS' mules have been ordered to Ban Francisco for hard labor in coal carts, Jim Bowley took them in to San Diego Thence they go by steamer. It noiLS the Oregon Democrats to have had the Grover election investigated by Morton and two nigger Senators ; all the more as no bribery was proven. Mexican custom-housc regulations, tar ...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 28 July 1877

tUmm.-jjmi.'matiiJ w tux .1 .mitigates mrJ,..lJ..uji.iiiJJ Mill... I.lii.. ni i f uiUimiipmm Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY ::::::::::: JULY 2S TIio Hangman of Xew York. The raan who has filled the office of hangman in New York and Brooklyn for the past quarter of a century lives in the Wall about neighborhood, Brooklyn. He is a medium sized, dark-skinned, black-haired man. who is known as Henry Isaacs, a false name, adopted to screen his fami ly from notoriety. Isaacs' first execution was in 1853, when Ni cholas Howlett and William Saul, two river pirates, were hanged in New York. Since that time he has officiated at the execution of the following criminals : At the Tombs James L. Hoar, John Dorsey, James .Rogers, James Stephenson, John Cummings, Na thaniel Gordon, the pirate, "Wit Hum Hawkins, Bernard Frierly, George Wagner, Jerry O. Brien, John Heal, John Thomas, Wil liam and Michael Nixon; and in Brooklyn Henry Rogers and the murderers of Otero, Gonzales and Pellicier. Isaacs had be...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 August 1877

33 INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. NEUTRAL, IN NOTHING. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4, 1877. NO. 17, MHJMIlWgCWIHIIII VOT.. VT. YUMA, A. T.. The Arizona Sentinel Published every Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. SEORGE TYNC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL. BUSINESS AGENT. Subscription r ttnt! rear... ?o 00 Six months...-. -. 3 00 Single copies...-. 19 A.d.-vertislns: : One inch, each insertion. .2 50 Each subsequent insertion . . ; i -.1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re duced rates. Xot DPi-intliiS ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Labels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style, with neatness and dispatch. jJST'Currency taken at par. vH Baa 9 Yuma. Gila, Street, Next door to the Colorado Hotel; Board with or without rooms. Meals at iall hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and will find in my house all the comforts of a home. MRS. 31. E. FORREST, Proprietress. J. GIULIANI. 3. BERNAHU, JR, Giuliani $L...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 August 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUGUST 4. Flopped We have advocated flie Indian policy pursued by the Interior De partment long, enough. The theory of that policy appeals strongly to our sense of justice and love of humanity. To edu cate, christianize and make indus trious citizens of a lot of lousy savages, whom we have dispos sessed of their lands and chosen means of subsistence, seems- to be a small part of the nation's duty toward therm- While the Indian Bureau held out the promise of discharging this duty, it was proper for every man to give it moral and material support. The .dishonesty of individual Indian Agents was against the theory no better argument than is against Christianity the turpitude of in vidual pulpit-pounders. But the Indian Bureau is a fraud and a failure in practice. It lacks the essential quality necessary to the eontrol-of savages it has no back- bone,.and never did have. The army has kic&ed and cuffed it and made it so ridiculous to the pub lic, through t...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 August 1877

iMfclZONA SENtflNEL, SATURDAY, : : : : 2 AU3UST 4. LOCAL MATTERS; Cnnis Horner is" bilck in the old shop, one of the most complete on the coast. See his advertisement. A force of men was sent out this week to' work on the mines in the Cargo Mu. chacho district owned by Mr. Van Arsdale. The Capitol Restaurant has been re Opened by Mr. Win. Smith, and is well recommended by people who have tried it. '8 1 . Fruit and vegctables,fresh and tempting:, are offered by A. M. Janes & Co., at the toosloHce. Thev intend to keep everything In their line and of the best aualitv. Best liquor on the Pacific coast is Cyrus Coble's Noble Whiskey. By the Barrel, K Bbl., 10 or 15 gal. Keg. at the agency; II. 8. Fitsurerald & Co. Yuma A. T. Judge Porter had a serious attack of Borne affection of the heart and was obliged to seek relief by going to Colton, where he Can be easily reached from here by mail or telegraph. Col. Bradlev came down this weekt turned the government propertj' at Yuma depot...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 4 August 1877

Aeizoxa Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : : AUGUST 4. Xo aiorc Territory Wanted. President Hayes' sentiments on the subject of Mexico are given a little more specifically than hith erto in this dispatch to the Cin cinnati Commercial: "This morn ing I asked the President about this. He was surprised, not hav ing seen the moniing papers. He said that he had just received a letter from theSenator, a pleasant, kindly one, and he did not imagine that Mr. Blaine could be very hostile. 3f he or others think we want to annex Mexico, or any part of it, or that this Ad ministration has any designs, se cret or otherwise, on Mexico, he has been misled. We have no , policy toward Mexico except to .slay on our side of the line and attend to our own business, but to protect to the fullest extent our citizens on the border. We cer tainly shall protect them. I think T can" say that we are not in the biblical sense covetous. We don't covet any of our neighbor's terri tory, south or north. We have nil we ca...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 August 1877

INDEPENDENT IN ALL THINGS. NEUTRAL IN NOTHING. VOL. VI. YUMA; A. T.. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11, 1877. NO. 18. The Arizona Sentinel. Published CTcry Saturday by the Sentinel Publishing Company. CEORGE 7YHG, - - - Editor AXD GEXEIl.VL BUSINESS AGEXT. Sxi"bsoiiptioii : One year 85 00 Six months 3 00 Single copies 12 .Atl'C v tl sin rj1 : One inch, each insertion .$2 50 Each subsequent insertion 1 2o Contracts by the year or quarter at re ducccl rates. .Tol J vi n tin ; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Lettcr SHcads, Circular?, Labels, Curds, Pro - grammes, etc., printed in every style, with . neatness and dispatch. tST'Currcncy tuken at par. PROFESSIONAL CARDS. "STn:na CoimtyI. jVlioi'iieys at In-vr U.UU UU. Ve have been ai HENRY n. ALEXANDER, Attorney at Law, AND NOTARY PUBLIC. Commissioner of Deeds for the States of California and Pennsylvania. Office, corner of Main and Second streets, Yuma, Arizona. S&&1UEL PUSDY,Jr.v Attorney and Counselor at Law, Office on Main street, opposit...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 August 1877

Aeizoa Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : : AUGUST 11. C. "W. Crash; Agent, 426 Montgomery St., Sa3 Francisco. Texas Paciflc. This seems to be the theme per vading our exchanges, and upon it are rung all the changes prompted by the hopes or disap pointments of rtifferert sections. To that road San Diegc looks as to a Messiah. Upon it, and the change it might make in their prospects, depend thousands, who will never. ride a- mile or ship a pound on it, even if it carries freight and passengers for noth ing. No part of the country wants a through road fronts the Ai.antic to San Diego worse than Yuma County does; to get it we will do all in our power. But it forms no part of our interest to join in a hue and cry against Stan ford and in hosannas to Tom Scott. Granted that the former and his associates lobbied through Congress a bill favorable and prof itable to ihemselves; that they have since influenced legislation of-the same kind, and that they have made the rates on their roads as high as...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Arizona, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 August 1877

Aeizona Sentinel SATURDAY, : : : : : AU3UST 11 LOCAL MATTERS. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentinel office. New buildings are being erected in sev feral parts-of town. Twenty-five tons of frcisrllt are to ar rive to-day by transfer boat. Average receipts of freight at Colorado Station since July 1st have been 29 to 30 tons per day. Grading goes on. The work has now passed the Court House and reached the Qepot site. Geo. Thurlow's house has been lorn down. Col. Cr. E. Gray was here this week and Asserts very positively the railroad conipa ny's intention of pushing on to Gila Bend without delay. Twenty thousand dollars worth of new piece goods just received and for sale by J. M. Barney. Charley Vandcver selected 'thein in New York; That's enough CnoiCE cuts can always be had at Stein man & Feicks new market on Second near Main streets. Those bovs are determined to merit their full share of patronage. Kenyon Station has been purchased by William C. Ayrcs, long and favorably known o...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 11 August 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUGUST 11. Contra Arizona. Letter to the S. F. TosQ Florence, Akizoxa, July 5, 1S77. "Writers have for many years vainly tried to describe the joj-ful emotions that the weary traveler experiences on reaching an oasis on the great sandy desert of Africa, after many days and miles of dusty, dreary travel, and I now feel that it is impossible to fully portray such emotions after cross ing our own great Amcric ui desert that lies in Southern California and at last reaching this little oasis on the Gila river called Florence.. GKISI COLUMNS OF CACTUS Greet the eye continuously, varied occa casionally with Mesquit trees and chap peral along the river banks, and although these cactus columns and other strange plants would be highly interesting and ircamsntal in Central Park or Woodward's Garderis, they become terribly monotonous when viewed for several days from a stage coach window through clouds of dust. The Southern Overland Stage Company's coach es are of th...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 August 1877

'. ? r. NEtJTflAL. IN NbTklNG. INDEPENDENT IN ALL, THINGS. YtJMA, A. t.. SATURDAY, AtfGtfST 18, 187?. NO. !9. VOL. Vt a i iiiiiiiaaonawTi iinin iiuuai The Arizona Sefttifiel. Published every Saturdaj' Uy the Sentinel Publishing CozffpanY; iiEORGE TYHfC, - - - Editor AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGEN'f: Subscript! oii t One j'car. . 00 Six months. 300 Single copies 12 A.cLver'tisins : One inch, each insertion . . . ; : . 2 5(3 &ach subsequent insertion :1 25 Contracts by the year or quarter at re: Uuced rates. 5 Job Printing; Legal Blanks, Briefs, Bill-Heads, Letter Heads, Circulars, Ltibels, Cards, Pro grammes, etc., printed in every style'j with neatness and dispatch. jgjTCurrency taken at par. C. W. Crane, Agent, 426 Montgomery St.j Sax Francisco. STAR HOUSE Gila- Street,- - - .Yvtrtiai Next door to the Colorado Hotel; Board with or without rddiris; Meals at all hours. The resident and traveling public will be promptly and cordially attended to, and will find in my house all the comfo...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 August 1877

Akizotsta Sentinel. SATURDAY, : : : : : AUGUST IS, TnE "Deus ex machina1-' of 'tbe SENTiNEiz-exists only in -the p.er turbed imaginations of Territorial journals, whom-we -have left far behind in the race-fof circulation and- influenced- With a hope of- roiling this- editor, our -weaker cotemporarics affect to believe the 9ENTi3ffii,is controlled :by a prom inent" merchant of this town and of this Territory. To him they pnr.ni n irv Hwsnn niiiiiera uicai i - r 2.2. T , 1 I 1 1 UHII. ,1L IS UiUlTCI IAJ Oil V U1UV LNiUUfcii, orauv limits uui uwul vxh, that he has never, even indirectlyy influenced its course; and that in publishing unkind-allusions to him in connection with this paper they do gratuitous dirfctoa man who in no way merits it. This statement should be enough to restrain de cent men- and journalists from repeating.the offense THCL Seme Good. Since January last, one James -lhiiiv ii as Dcen district dimrnev uge aouut seuiuir a uegKitr uu i i i. , i i 1 i assumption and tur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 August 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, ::::: AUGUST 18. Montenegrin Characteristics. The women have the same pas sionate attachment with the men to family and country and display much of the same valor. Gop tchevitch supplies two most ra markable examples. A sister and four brothers, the four of course all armed, are making a pilgrim age or excursion to a churchr The state of war with the Turk being normal, they are attacked unawares on their way, in a pass where they proceed in single file, hy seven armed Turks who an nounce themselves by shooting dead-the first of the brothers and dangerously wounding the second. The odds are fearful, but the fight proceedSr The wounded man leans against the rock, and, though he receives another and fatal shot, kills two of the Turks before he dies. The sister presses forward, and grasps his rifle and his dag ger. At last all are killed on both sides, excepting herself and a sin gle Turk. She asks for mercy, and he promises it, but names her maideidy honor a...

Publication Title: Arizona Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Arizona sentinel. — 18 August 1877

Arizona Sentinel. SATURDAY, AUGUST 18. Babbit Metal for sale at the Sentixel office. D: Neahk this week shipped 15,000 lbs citizen freight by Ward's teams. Sam Raglan was reported shot at Flor fence last week: All a mistake: ' The fobilst form of Judge Ira Mabbett bow grde'Us the court house, where he pre ides as Under sheriff Tins Cocopah leaves Yuma Auerust 20, at ten o'clock a. m.,for & Dorado Canyon and 'way landings. This statement is official. The route between Ynma arid Ehrenberg "has been discontinued, tht last mail leaving Yuma on Thursday nlorriitig. Hereafter taallsfor tip river will be' seirt By rail to Dos Palmar and from the"nce by stage to Ehren- i . v MacNeale & UiIban B"'zz tep arriving. "Quite a number ttf Ahem are no,? iu the- C. S. N. Co.'s warehouse &wditin transport -tation to the interior. It is the favorite class of safes on this coast Experience las proved their superiority. ti The enervating effects of a hot climate 'are test avoided by daily us...

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