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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 August 1870

It may be funny, JVc-dene it.' I've got a rib and baby. ' Shadows depart cd oyster stews, brandy cocktails, cigar' boxes, boot-jacks, absconding shirt buttons, wlnst and demyohsj Shadows present hoop-6kirts, band boxes, ribbons; garters, long evenings', jurcnile dresses, little willow cnairs cradles,, bibv ingar-tits, paregoric, Lire S)mp, rhubarb,' senna,' sails, squills, and doctor's, bills. I'll just tell you how 1 got caught. 1 was al ways the darndest, most tea-custard bashful fellow yon ever did sec ; it was kinder in-in y line to be tAkcn witu the shakes every time t 6a w a pretty girl approach fine, and .I'd -cross the street any time ratner than iace one , twasn'tbecansc I didn't like the crit ten.t for if I war behind the fence looking thronirh a knot hole, I could not look Ion s en'oti glw--.. Well, my sister Lib gave a iarty one night, and J started away irom nome because I was too bashful to face the nimta ' I hung nrr"'1 ,14 whistling " Old uckcr," dancing to keen my f...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 August 1870

V a v mr3f '"WJi V- V TIIIL.IIEI3ALD. MUMhnl every rtday morning at Thui JDoUkAJb per annum, in advance. Balm ef Aa-rtatBw. One aqnare (ten Itaea) for one Insertion, L50; each additional ln serlioa, 'uMli. COLUMBIA, TENN.5;, . , Friday, ai; vter m, isr. WALL Advertising win he considered CASH and collectable any time alter the firxt Insertion. ,. -. :. 1 Dox't fail io attend the QotiYention. in Columbia on next Monday " The Grcenrllle 'National, Union" hoists the name of GenJ" Joust 'C. Bkowx as its favorite for Governor, who, it ears, is not only In fall accord with all the principles of the great XalioH&l Democratic party, iut i in ayor ot adopting tlfe name 'Demo crat.'" ' - .t .-' UWnaBaannnBB ana MB ;f . , Congresiloitl CviTeRtlofc. " (jtl. The UlarkeTilie people eem to be atuJoiu for a Congressional Conycn- tiou, to decide Let ween the claim of (ciu ,W, C "WiriTTiionsE and ' Dob mct B . Thomas, both of whom are in dcieudcnt"5intlidatQ. Conventions arc absolutely 'rieeefary...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 August 1870

t the EMftrw In Bta HaMU mmI HuiIi In Heb-.c., From the cw York World. A few Tears ago it was announced through the newspapers that a present of a golden chalice bad been sent by KaDoieon III. the Emperor of the French to the Rev. Mr. Cauvin, of Hoboken., Many so doubt care but lit tie to inquire we motive 01 wis rrea-j of generosity expressions of gratitude it ahould becaltaL The ruler of France no doubt has many faults, but a lack of gratitude, since be has obtained means of showing it, cannot be fairly imputed to him. Since rising to his present dasaling position he has never been un mindful of benefits receive i in the hour of' adversity, and of this the above mentioned present is an instance. It was sent to the good father in return for kindnesses and hospitality received at his hands in the swamp town of Ho boken, and when Napoleon III. was a - wanderer in America, poor and com paratively friendless, not knowing of- ' ten were to get a bed or a breakfast, in the unhappy days o...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 26 August 1870

"aaa COLUMBIA, TB5K. i; . FBIDAT, AUeiTST , ISF. ! Is. Wall Sooth arrires at Colombia. f Moral 120 XI mil Knrlh MM M M J la Night f aaaeniter rsm, P, jjj j,:l5 Morning - I Xcrth ,A.M.l rJ:05 Accommodation leaves gjo TOyW iAJVD COUNTY. art Ha Btere. JT. W. Cr- mer FerMie Bejauare, Celaaabla. We are receiving New Goods every week. Our Boots and Shoes are the best "hop Haoa-MadArrery pair warranted. Our Hats are of the bent quality and la test styles. All of which will be sold at lower prices for cash than vou can boy in Nashville or Columbia. We respect fully invite everybody to examine onr (roods and prices. - JSheeooo & So., ' "ft All ca.eei. T '" ".' Calls nrinn men to become candidates and their replies will hereafter be cbar-jt gea as aaverusemenis. r, , i . . .u-t ';- r .... , .- s .,- Ool. Thos. II. Peebles and and Mr. J. Lee .Bullock are announced this morn ln as candidates' for the State Senate. . '; W. B. Gordon, Esq is aaaouBced as a candidate lor Fleeter. ... ,. . -.- ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 2 September 1870

LIZZIE LAX KEE. A Qacer Indian Wedding The Pray er r a Disappointed Woman. i ',1 U j I From theKokomo (Ind.) Tribune.1 On Wednesday last a wafrnn flrHvxi In this ity from the neighborhood of iuiuuie rorK, containing uie followine - if:u " - i . o ii-rjou : jjiiiiou rmeiy, an engineer in the saw-mill of a Mr. Morrison ; Idicin da and Marv Ann Morrison, and Mr and Mrs. Donohue, the latter a sister of jir. jsireiy i mo object of the -vis- it Was to meet Miss JAvrio T.nnl-or of Richmond, Ind., to whom Mr. Bire ly was to be married. Having implicit confidence in the sincerity and honor or miss linker, he went to the clerk, Ki Winslow, proved the age of Miss L. and secured licence. The party at the proper time went to the train, as they say, but failed to see Miss Lauker. Birely was not to lose a wife in this way, so he proposed to Luciuda Mor rison 'and was accepted. He came down town, went to the clerk again, return ed the license, and, upon tbe statement of himself, his sister, and the...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 2 September 1870

THEHEKALD. TEHrV-Th "ColMa Herald" Is published every Friday morning at Three Dollars per annum, in advance. Katra T KnTtMac. One square (ten lines) for one Insertion, CL50; each additional in sertion, 75 cents. COLUMBIA, TESX. : FRIDAY, SEPT , I8. rWALIj Advertising will be considered CASH and collectable any time alter the Unit insertion. The Clarksvillc Chronicle persists iu asking for a convention to nomi nate candidates for Congress, even after Hon. D. 11. Thomas lias with drawn from the contcr-t Gen. "WniT- ihorne is now the only candidate in the field, and wc sec no good reason for calling the convention. Conven tions arc only useful in avoiding schisms in the part v. afid Lave no virtue in themselves. "Wc see no pensc in calling a convention now. "PcixcfrLEs. not mentis an old and orthodox sentiment, and yet, like all other well worn aphorisms, it will not admit of universal application Principles mav lie before men, hut without irood. efficient men, good principles will los...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 2 September 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TENN.: f . . . J j a . : iniAY,SEPT.9 lSYO. X. dfc I. K. R. Scnedale. Mail Sooth arrives at Colombia, Morn 12:.",0 Mail North 120 Night Passenger South P. M.1 10:15 Morning I iXcrtti A.M. -2:05 Accommodation leaves' " 0:30 " arrives at IT. M.l C:00 TOWN ,A.?I COUNTY. BmI, Rbae and H.. Store, X. W. r ' mer Pnblle Sqaare, Clombl. ' We arc receiving New Goods every week. Our Boots and Shoes are the best Shop Hand-Made every pair warranted. Our U&ln are of the best quality ad,Ia: test styles. All of vrhicu will bo sold at lower prices for cash than von can buy in Nashville or Colombia, e respect fully invite evervbody to examine our goods and prices. SHKKtwo ho. Ta All Cwaeeraed. falls upon men to become candidates and their replies will hereafter char ged as advertisements. Dental Card. Vt the urgent solicitation of former natrons Dr J. J- Moore has consented to remain in Columbia during the pres ent and next months, lie can be found in Dr. Johnson's Dental ro...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 2 September 1870

XT orresm teicsbob. The spring was Inst coming in, wjicja the house opposite, which had len vacant all the winter, found a tenant The Louse was not exactly opposite, however, for it stood in a Bide street, and fronted, therefore, at right angle to raj' lodging-honse. But the " second-floor back," which I occupied, overlooked its garden, and that in the main point in my. story. I ay f gar den " advisedly; for," unlike most London Houses, the house opposite had a large piece of ground behind it, part of which was shut off by a trellis-work, and was full of flower-beds ; and my first knowledge that the house was occupied at last, was the sight of a j-oung lady, a very vision of beauty, who appeared one morning in charming, yet simple costume, rake in hand, to attend to these very beds. I had always been passionately fond or nowcrs. l watched her, accord ingly, with deep interest as, day by day, she directed a neighboring florist where to set out new plants. After wards, she herself att...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 September 1870

' BOSSIES. :':5vV2 it ; -ft. .0 Nose bleachingis a Parisian trade. ' -r-r 11 i t- 1 41. .1 T ii ilKlt ceuia is on uic uuvwi s ice iue law allows in unwa. : The Russian ladies have not yet been affected by false hair. Sensible women. A 93 pound nugget is the latest 'find in Victoria, Australia. A Kansas man took arsenic for rat tlesnake bite, and it cured him. Bolivia is greatly excited over new The number of pins made in Conucc- ticut annually is rj,7i,uiw,wo. The Japanese have just got tousinj American kerosene lamps. Iheyareforminc"old mauls' socie ties" in several counties in Ohio. A deacon is being churched at Scran ton, Pa., for saying " by thunder." Tlie wife of President Jaurez is hoi lessly ill with cancer iu the stomach. A Mai no farmer eeU'un an hour be - r- ..... (TT KsvtiM a lore daylight, so as to pui i -- " day. Grasshoppers are at their oia tncKfi i 01 Lonninir trains on the I nionand Pa- stopping trains on cihe Kauroaa. , A Japanese potentate, 28 years old. has a pro...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 September 1870

'THEi'teKArLb. TKKXs The "CoUaibla Herald" 1 puWLshcd every Friday morning at Tiibee DoIlabs ht annum, in advance. I Ktr of AdvrrtiKinc One square (ten lines) for one insertion, 6L50; each additional In sertion, 75 cents. ' i COLUMBIA, TENIT.:, FRIDAY, SKIT. 9, 187&. WALTj Advertising will be considered CASH and coUectble any time after the tin insertion. . ; TOR GOVEBNOIt; , ; GEN. JNO.G BROWN. fob congress, i GEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOR FLOATER, . WILLIAM. B. GORDON. Noticing the willKlrewal of the Hon. DonsEY B. Thomas from the Congressional canvass iu the sixth dis trict, the Brownsville Bee says : "lie is just the style of man to do nny v.'ork or make any sacrifice tliat will hcnclit his friends or his country." Last week wc published a card from Hon. I). B. Thomas, withdraw ing his name as a candidate for Con- irrcss. The reasons he "rives reflect great credit upon his patriotism and party loyalty. He is an applicant to Congress for the removal of his disa lilitjc-i, and hi...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 September 1870

THE ' HERALD. 1 ' ' COLUMBIA, TE5N.' : 1 FRIDAY, SEPT. f, 187. Jf. AD.S.K. ftehedale. tMail South arrives at Colombia, Morn 12:30 Mail North - 12:30 igbt Passenger ISouth" U'.M.I 10:15 Morning " fXcrth - A.M. 2:05 Accommodation leaves " ' u 6:30 " arrives at " f P. M. C:00 TOWN AND COUNTY. Te All ('rrarl. Calls upon men to become candidates and their replies will hereafter bo char, gcd as advertisements. ' 4 1 (! Card. At the ureent solicitation of former patrons. Dr. J. J. Moore lias consented to remain in Columbia during the pres ent and next months, ne can bo found in Dr. Johnson's Dental enZ will be glad to see all those needing his professional services. g Editor Herald: I have secured a lease on the Hamner Hall, and will open a Skating Rink by the 1st of October. C. ACKSON. Geo V, McCobd has just received a new line of Staple and fancy goods, tf - All persons authorized to receive mo nies for the Maury County Memorial Association are requested by the Presi dent to report low J...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 9 September 1870

a vwem nio f TV . , a mvmoo cva wm.-- A Tolurae coald be filled with the Etrange delusions entertained by mad men the remarkable pertinacity and canning they display in carrying out the whims of their disordered minds. In their wild freaks maniacs frequent ly evince a method in their planning, an adroitness and coolness that would do uedit to the shrewdest 6ane per 6on. We givp below a thrilling inci dent which actually occurred as rela ted, ooe of the parties to it having been a prominent army officer : When my regiment was mustered out of service, I bade adieu to my old comrades, and to the army, and open ed an office in the flourishing village As I was starting for the suppT-ta- ble, on the evening of the l him day after my arrival, the - olhcc-bcll rang violently, and 60011 the boy came in and said that a man wanted to sec the doctor. The visitor was standing by the fire when I entered. He was a tall, pow erful man a perfect giant compared to my "five feet six;" and his great an...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 September 1870

The Josh1 Billings Papers. lONO BRANCH IX SLICES. Ijong Branch iz the eastern terminus ov sum real estate on the west side ov the AUanUk Oshun, and iz lokated clus8 down to the edge ov the water. The populashun iz homo genus, wo man genus, girl and boy genus, yunc uuegcuus, uuj oivers otuer kind ov genus. ine uivers crenus are mm rlpntv. They go into the AUantik Oshun, hand uu uauu, man ana wife, pbellow and gall, stranger and strangeresses, drest ju iiunujg roues, ana cum out by-ana- uy iiae statuary m a tite lit. The AUantik Oshun iza crate suc cess. The author and proprietor ov it never manes enny blunders. Thare iz a grate deal ov morality liere at Lone Ilraneh. Thare Iz sum isoated cases ov iuiauity. and a clever snrinklinsr of innocent deviltry. I am pleased to state that the iniqui--tiz principally in fust hands and finds out lew takers. The fluid ov tne Atlantic usnun iz psalt, and haz bin so for more than three hundred years to my knowledge. I state this as a stubborn fakt,...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 September 1870

Ti$Jil,Hi51lfVJiD- ' - TESBR The "MnUi Hrr" Is published , every Friday morning at Three Doiaab nor annum, in advance. : -- Itatts-ef A4riWp.-Que square (ten line) for one insertion, $L50; each additional in htrtion, 73 cents... . COLUMBIA) TENN.: FRIDAY, SEPT, !, 187. WKVL, Advertising will be -onsldered CASH and collectable any time after the first insertion. " ... .. FOE GOVEliXOB, GEN. JNO. C.BROWN. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. W.-C. WHITTHORNE. - FOE FLOATER, . WILLIAM. B. GORDON. The Supreme Court of the State of Tennessee recently met at Knox villc and organized. Onr distin guished fellow-townsman, ,; J ridge Nicholson, was unanimously chosen Chief Justice. Quits a compliment was paid to Maury county, through one of her distinguished sons, in the late Guber natorial Convention at Nashville. A resolution was fl'cred by some mem ber from another county, and unani mously adopted, that the Convention request Gen. "NY". C. YViiitthorke to address them after the business was all through with...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 September 1870

:i THE HERALD. 3 - - - . - L ' ' - f ' '11 , COLUMBIA. TSXJT,. FRIDAY, 8EPT.1C, 1870. -i f KashvUle Decatar R. R. Sehedale; taantM( Moaaay, 8ptmbrl2 1S7 lMsil fcooth arrives at Culonibii. TMorn Mail North w J 10:04 2:00 10:15 Night Passenger South P.M. . Morning . v . , i Xorthj -Accommodation leaves - 2:03 7:00 " arrives at fp mi C:00 For further inforroiioaaptily to or address, b. 1UXE, Agent. TO AVIV A.3VH COUNTY, I, 8he and Hat tr. Our Boots and Shoes arc the best shop hand made: everv nair warranted. Our Hats ot cverv Btvle and price. Ladies' Furs, handsome an.I rhean. Men and Hoya' clothing and Ruitstnado to order, These eoous will be sold low for cash. Please call and examine them, as we are uetc.-mi.ied to sell lower than ln Jai ville. Sheegoq A Sox. t r ( i , f , . ) Dml Card. . ' At the urgent solicitation of rmer patrons, Dr. J. J. Moore has consented to remain Ln Columbia daring the pres ent and next months. He can be found in Dr. Johnson's Dental room, weepo he will be ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 16 September 1870

1 DAT WITH THE CHOCTAW INDIANS. From the Doily Times. - . The annual hall play of several tribes of the Choctaw nation, come off Friday the 15, ten miles from Newton station, or three miles from Hickory station, on the Vicksburg and Meridian Railroad. A crier is sent through the country, or notice given to the principle cities or towns, weeks prior to the event, as the fete is attended by whites and blacks from a great distance, and many times in great numbers. The Indian calen dar is somewhat diflerent from ours; he says so many sleeps from this time. In consequence a mistake was made, all preparing and many starting on Thurs day, ourselves anions the number: learning our mistake only four miles from home, we returned back: manv men keep on their way, tethered their horses to a tree, making a pillow of their arm, bringing vividly to mind the late struggle, the camp fires, kettle boiling, numbers and commotion, all served to heighten the resemblance to me name Held and bivouac All t...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 September 1870

3 l" Barbarities of the iExtract from a frrivat eD I send you a few lines, as I you will like to know what wev one ing in this unhappy part of the Voeuntyc ' o. Our tmons until now. thank God. h&w? cLc- naa a succession oi victories ; dui gain ed only by great loss or Me, and follow ed by the fearful sufferings of the woun ded. Though not very near the scenes of action, we see and near a great deal. as the wounded are being brought here in numbers. You will read many par- ticuiars in me papers, aitnough it is doubtful if they will publish the atroc ities committed by the Turcos sava ges by nature, they stab and kill the wounded on toe held, in the last en gagement they scalped several wound ed Germans, flayed their faces alive, and stabbed them with penknives. Three German officer found in this state by their comrades, prayed to be shot instantly to be relieved from their sunertngs; their wish was com pi with, as there was no chance of ine. Of three Hanoverian soldiers caught by...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 September 1870

( f I I 1 J 1, c t r t, F C THE' HERALD. TI.R SS. The "Co!abia Herald" U published every Friday morning at Thkki 1oli.a.bs per annum, in advance. Mat of Advertlsinc One Fqnare (ten lines) for one insertion, $LM; each additional in tertion,75cent. COLUMBIA, TENN.: FRIDAY, SF.PT, 23, 1870. B5TALL Advertising will be considered TASK and collectable any time after the first Insertion. FOR GOVERNOR, GEN.JXOCJHpWN. FOR CONGRESS, GEN. W. C. WHITTHORNE. FOR FLOATER, WILLIAM.' B. GORDON. Tlie Nashville Bauner understands that ex-President Jonxsox v, ill not Xicrnnt his nimc to go before the post poned convention in the First Con rressional District, for Congress. This will give Hon. James White an uncontested field for the glory of de molishing our old fellowrcbel, the Honorable Roderick Texsiox Ran dom CA!lF.THir Rctleh. m: of the proposals for the solu tion of the Roman question, is to uve the Pope in possession of what is c:ilel the "Leonine City." This term is applied to that portion of ...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 September 1870

THE HERALD. COLUMBIA, TEXX.s FJI1DAV, SKIT. 3, 1870. AanliiiUcADrailar K. K. ISclieUnle. I'Misinetag Monday , September 12, 197 W. Mail South arrives at Columbia, fMornl Night Passenger South " Morniug 44 North M Accommodation leaves " " arrives at " For furtber information ap is P.M. ;a. m.j 10:04 2:00 10:15 2:03 7. -00 0:00 CP. M.1 to or address, Lb, Agent. TOWN ATVI COUNTY. Irft Five Dollars Reward. A 1 ointer Dog, white body and lirer-colored bead. Any one returning said dog will receive auuYc rewara. Jxo. Baibd, JR. We make this rennost of evervbody: Not to take oar Reyiews and Magazines unoui nret ask ng us. 7T' Boot, SVo avd Hat Sre. Onr Boots and Shoes are the best shop hand madiv prnrv nair warranted. Our Hats of pvaitt ntvifl and price. Ladies' Furs, handsome and cheap. Men and liovs clothing and suits made to order. These n-oods will be sold low for cash. Please call and examine them, as we a.-e dote -mined to sell lower man in jsasu villo. Sheeqoo A Soy. Mas. Mary P. Bra...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Columbia herald. — 23 September 1870

M 1 Thc San Who tried to Borrow Himseir ont of Debt. There are a great many difficult, arid t some imi ossiule things : but no matter how difficult or impossible a thing may be, you will always find people . in the world ready to undertake its accom plishment, whether it be the discovery of perpetual motion or the equally ro mantic attempt to get out of debt by borrowing. Of all the liard work In the world, to live by borrowing is the hardest, and of all the mean work in the world that is about the meanest Pride, indepen dence and self respect, one after the other, are sacrificed, until the man sinks into contempt Peter Oglethorpe was not a borrower bv profession. He had started in life with a small patrimony, and worked along independently until ins nftieth year, when losses in trade deprived him of the means of paying certain obliga tions, and he found himself suddenly involved In trouble, Mr. Oglethorpe," said a man who came into his office one morning about this time, " I want y...

Publication Title: Columbia Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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