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For Brlgttdier General.
Col SAMUEL J. REDUN. of Connh county
i* a candidate for Brigadier General of th* fif»t
DrigAdo, first division ot Mississippi Militia.
MuJoeGrarna Mtaalnalppi Militia.
r We are authorized to announce Col. W. W. W.
{,, WOOD, a* a candidate for M »jot -General, iasis
aippi Militia, at the ensuring October Eluctioa. •
We arc raquexted to announce M. B. HAlUUS
as a cadidatu for Mxjor-Geueral, Mitwlreippi Mili
tia, at the approaching October election.
«1»
V. •<
Judge of th« First .1 «dictai District.
W»* are a<jthoriz'd to Mpounc# the Hon.STAN
HOPE POSEY as a candidate for re*ele«tio*» to
the office of Judge of the First Judloial District.
For Dldrtrt Attorney.
We are unthoriz-'d to announce the Hon. 1» O.
BRIDEWELL as a candidate for District Attor
ney of the 1st Judicial District.
We arc authoriz'd to announce LVTHEIl M.
LEE. of Franklin county, as a candidate for 1*»
trict Aitorney of the First Judicial District
_ Pa'I>.
. ♦■*
I
We am authorized to announce J. B. PATTON
as a candidate for lA^rict Attorney for the Hilt
Judicial District, at ty« eusuing electiou iu Octo
ber next.
For Khrrlff of «»Ittorn* Coanty.
••W- We an» authorized to announce JOHN M.
GIRAULT ns a candidate for ref lection to tl."
office of Sheriff or Claiborne county, at tin* en<l
ing October election.
•IT Wo arc authorized to announce WM 11
McFARLAN as a candidate for Sheriff of Cl4i
borne couuty, at the election In October next.
rxu».,
IMI1>.
For Pro'mtr «»uti^r.
Hon. JAMES A. MAXWELL 1m* authoria l
ns to announce hirn as a candidat« for Judgcjof
*'v* Probate Court i»i Claiborne county, at tbe |p
proaebiug October election.
Fur Clerk uf the Probate Coart.
We.nr** authoriz**«) t-> :«nnou«*ce J. A fl.
a candidate lor rc-ricctioa to the office of tf*o
bata Clerk, at the cusuiug Octobe. election.
We are authoriziri to announce G J'ARGff W.
II. SHAlFE|l. ns a catwli'lvU* for Clerk ot I'ro
tate at the etiouiug October election.
r vi:
;e
t'or County Treasurer.
T. W. BROUGHTON bas reqn.>st«*d »s t > an
nounce him iu> a candidate for n*-« l<*ct:on to the
office of County Treasurer, at lb" g-aer.il »»'«>
lion in October n xt.
I-'ur A; s* si.«r of Tn xv'..
\V. A. GREEN haf author'z d u** to anin»noo
Hull" t.f \-*!"-«tr *«f
him as a candidate for th«
Claiborne couaty.at t!«*.* **1 h*»i«i.i tuOctoocr t*-'*;.
authoriz«d to aunoii'ic«; t HAl
as a candidat » tor r« *i iifCtioa to tt»«}
office of Ass***-or o' Tax s lot Cmibordc couuty,
at th** next October «I ,'Ct.on.
».«
We uf"
JOHNSON
, F«»r Clerk of Ihr Olrcnlt < ontt.
Dr. J. G. HASTINGS hu- :«<Ph«>r'z.**l u; ta n t
hounee hntt-a* a candidate for Clerk «*! u*' \*f
miity, at the «.suiffg
mu.
i-ii't t'riirt of Cj.iib.arfl*' e«
October eirctioi.
»:»•.■ u*««*** DAME«« 'A
ior • I * t
it Court, «t tht ■ n»0
We nr" author .* «' :»*
DOUG ALL as a la .a d *t
offioe of Clerk «if t!».t
iug tWtob. r eieetioii.
i io th*
> .re tu
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For II"a. d <»*' Fo«»« *
K
!
MV ,«r" !vuth *riX' t to «» <"
a t' V »'Fd «t I
ut th •
l .»).*! i
'
i «'
Ha IRUDE :
in Di.tr .it No.
».:
Jetob r **' «*i
. Gt i'i* ILjE*
»r i ul i '•».,* «.■ fDsin
Uctob r»lêc
( t > '„miiiiM'
U" a**» «'ttbov'.'.
MeLE VN h* a can 1
the Rocky .«prings P* lt *** •' '
■..
Wc ar* authoriz* ! to ■ > "-"* • jj
I'HKEYS asii cau<l.*i.»t .*••: h *'• r «•) t.i • B»
of Police, frotn Di«*t.«ct !
Wo aro authoriz ■» toanununc"
«sa candid it • for Board of Polit'
No. 4, at Um next
I
M-,
I ii
o 2.
i w. v«*a moN
* iro n Blapïct
ff
... w K »* A f K i* R
, th board of
« ' ■ oil •» • Î
'. ».
We iire a itlio.il> d *'* «»»»«»ac
«»s a ctfnd-dat« «<»r mc»iih"i* ..g o
»• dieo for 1 istriet No.5|OUliM
tion in October i»*'xt.
Wc are authorized to anuounc* 1 t'.C. HIU\ IL
ION a# a «mudiiUt*.* far r«-'!. c»ion ««a inemtrer
of the Bo»r«l of Pol.ce for District No. .*. Æ.I -c
lion in October n \t. •
Wc ar" authoriz'd t*> announc* A RAT US
.SHIELDS as a candidate for Board of Potw * for
District No. 4.
'
For Snr*ey«»r.
»V» tre Mth irt* •» •*» *ar.«vjn'
r#i)*li'l»t * for Su.v.-yor ot ( l.i o.in- c«>
Ii.*Oclotwr eUi tiou.
., w If. B HE VbWr.as a
u»iy*t ixm
«U-U
l.
JEKFEitSOX fül'NTY.
We nr** authorized to announce R. F. M GJNT »
•fShenii
as a candaiate f«»r re-oh'Ction *«• the oui
of J ' r#on County, at the euauiug < 1 etioa in
« tel oh r next. *
I
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o. r.
i. o. s
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ft. nf the In«le.
DGE N-»
nf O i I Fri!«»wrs, 'iieets ev*
T.'ie follow
1 .FRANKLIN
* pendent Or
ory Tuesday nt 7 1 2 ««'dock p. M.
mg is > lis' of <tffi'*«WS f«*r the present term :
John R DxvfP. N G.
Wn McK EKvgK. V. G.
Wm. T. Mourn*. Sec'v.
Jas. s Mahon. T.
L P. Williams. War.
Tim* Gi kim, Cm.
J K Rkki>. 1. G
W F. Mr: lx O. G.
M. t). H ,( pkin ■*, H *N. S. to N. G.
Joshua K li.v. L. 8 s. to N G.
T S Hawkins R S S. to V. G.
J H Kino. L S S to V. G.
Wst. T. Mokuis, H*i«t.

N. of T.
P°KT GIBSON DIVIS.
JL ION «W<« 3. .s. «*f T. .* Ji
m«*et* every Frniay even t # ^
ing, a* 7 1-2 P M.
Tbd fol.owing nre tho
officer* for the currei t quar
ter, to-wit :
Wm McKeevkr, W. P.
E. Polla I), VV. A.
Rev Z Butler. Chaplain
Bkh F BrrrH, R S.
John R. Davm, A. R. S.
A. BAur.it F S
W. T Mo ris. T.
A. Jarvis, C.
8 . H Spencer, A. C.
♦ B H Morehe*d. 1. S.
J. P. English. 0 S.
Unie and Cement.
bbl* each, Thom »ston Lime a,id Hydraulic
AmJfJ Cent tnt. on baud, and for *ale by
Feb 21 1857__J.'S. MASON.
To Contractor«.
T m HR »ud«*r#ifu»d. Mem rer «»f tli« B 'ard of Poltea of
Claiborna County, will reçoive, ti I th • 3d Monday In
P«pt»mb*r neat, tha regular mca.i «gof he Boird I pro
posal* for repairing thaanroo of tho Willi, Creak Bridgo
Contractor* will pla«»« UXa uoti. a, and «•■■d tboir bid* in
T C TREV1I.I0X,
w h e . *'*. e.
accordingly.
^AugnutîMiM^dt
Brig Golden Lt ad.
FA(H nf Ku^at ,»i-o 12 pair Mud boot*, jttit
raretved par brig tjoldan Laad,hy
fRAITfENBrpH ft r,K«*LERINf».
1700
i ig^T
î»?
, h
m
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james s. mason,
Gibson, Miaaiahippi,
<T DEALER IN
PRODUCE ! GROCERIES!
E Y JR RYTHINGtt
I Ait sow receiving a large assortment of eve
rjulimg in the eating line.
'barrels extra fresh St. LouIk Flour;
! ';»• aupertiuu Ohio
• $
'Ian
do:
do;
half do do
Racon.
10 tierces Dufflrid's best sugArcurcd Hams;
3 cask« plain Hams;
1 ^ *♦ bacon Sides,
3 ** Shoulders; M»'ss Pork ;
& T.vrd. In barrels and jars.
Beef Tougues; Corued Bwf; Dried Beef, to arrive.
Siam! tie*.
15 bosw Engl nh Dairy Cheese;
: 5 •* 8<>d i .t k I
assorted Pickles;
2 Pineapple Cheese;
15<! t% Surdiuas;
*• Bust«)» Seap;
*• Caudb'H, including halves and qrs;
25 •• St. Julieu M< doc Claret Wine;»
4 " (Superior old Port;
2 .*■ genuine Lemon Syrup;
F.' *• Cracknel Biscuit;
A "
3 casks London Porter; Champaign Citjcr;
60 keg* Nails j
6000 ssp< rior Cigars ;
15 bags Rio Coffee;
Java and Lagtiayra. on hand;
Tobacco, »»full kinds;
Green mid Bhw;k Ti-as- -good ;
Vinegar. Lard Oil, Sweet Oil;
Mustard—French aud Domestic.
40

Sugar«.
5 hh*K. Fair and Prim** Brown Sugar ;
1 boj double retim'd Loal ;
1 bbll Crushed do.
t
Wlibk} , Ac.
60 half barrels best Brand ;
35 wled" do. do. «io
30 keg* old Bourbon ;
6 do/. en superior Brandy;
6 •• Madeira Wine.
Bagging and Rope, A»c.
India us I Kentucky Bagging, in good supply.
tiM «•« , s best Machiue Rope;
60 -
2 l«i Twine ;
.*>«»*»;» y . Old!«.«!!. & ScottM Llasey and Joans ;
Willovt Wan*, Brushes, Brooms.
haiui-ptm do.;
• 10 «I t. paint'd pa ls, «»r Buck"ts;
*_* •• liras • bon d C«*dar do;
do d<>;
do Piggins:
«lo
2, *• ir««:i
do
do
i
lu • Itro-mi - :
it
t'a>*ii. hoi - »*, shoe and scrub Brushes;
wliit»-wa*h brushes;
k j** half budivl m asures;
Ï •* fit l«I Buckets for plautations—a very
eonv 'iiii ut article ;
1 1 !1 l] inch Manilla Uop * ;
l ' • I
I!
i «iazen tV« l! Baek-is.
.
•• for Wells;

Hardware, kr.
y Joz I«» ».; lundled Fpad >;
> '• :
•2, **
I •*
spaib.- and bhovel»;
»hott "
U.\ C i *in<
assrtrt* 1 i'*i?k"t Knives;
4 > •• Kn .: I Forks;
assort"«! Butch«*r Knives; mill and
T
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li*
.
h*t' d.-a' Hi 's, screws, butts.pad locks. p.*rcussion
<-.ips. 4 ulets,shingling and claw hatob'-ts. Hunt's
dc è l»«ar«l bairli' ts. ass««rt"<l •■his.ds.augon«.
sprit l v Is, plantai. on si ft»-*, hint tus carry
combs, hand snws. coil«;«* milU, tire dog'. co;t«> »
bulane..-, fro»u 4<»«J t«» l »00.
4 Rice ami Starcî».
dBTDrees ttlc *; 20 boxe» Starch—-good.
Laid ami Sperm OIL
Jaligo, Spice and Pepper.
* Hot*».
• 2t dozen «t'H*» Irè'e?.
Iron and Steel,
pi every d-seription.
* Uasiings.
A large a«?«*rt»n**tit of Pots, Oveat, bkiliuta ;
d 1 i.»g Iroi'.s, as sorted ;
* TTud-iroiis, «lo
Stone Ware.
'i'Alff«'!»«! assortment of Stone Ware, of ev
kilid
A large assortment nf
GROCERIES
Tfi anive from Nc'.v Y*».k.
LINSEED & SPERM OIL, TURPENTINE,
New Mackerel No. I ;
Mar)land ami Scotch Herring.
E iglish Dairy. Stpstgoatu! Ptaeapple
- 7 CHEESE.
i
Preserve*. Jams, Jellies.
Lobster an I JMbnott in cans.
ifVÊV BUCK W H EAT—GOSH EN BUTTER
arrive by t!i«* 1st of Octnber.
Gutta Pe relia.
- Gin-banding, a large lot of -v.-ry width, at
factory prices-and a v arret v ot oih**r «oods.wl.ich
I will i'll to prompt custmn-r.«. payable 1st N«.
veiB uT. at c^h pr.ces. Send i;, "«iur .»rders, or
, 1 J
T S AI
* *
SCHEDULE OF THE
Arrivals and Departure» of tlieMail*
TO AND FROM POUT GIBSON,
AS I'H'-reCKIULI» nr TUB POST MASTER liKXERAL.
.. „ ..-.i» a». »
OU TE No. 7o7l.—Grand Gulf and River nail#,
by Railroad Cars, arrive, dady. (Sunday ex
cepi tl.) at 11 o clock a. M , and depart* da.!)
v Se «day* excepted) at - o cloc.» i*. M. v
liiHJTX No. «o«—— H izl liur- ,• uc 'son aj • • •
Orl an* mail«, tiy t b «.#*; '-t'** u , ir,; ' ' ll v 1
» .»rirvek p. m.. aud d qurla at 6 «. clock i. .m. 1*
c, * d ev ny even*, g t « o clock.
lioCTK No. 7 * 73 —lumbar*, Fayette. Ro«licy
and «Oakland Col eg mail, (tiorse track) arrive#
iri-weekly, *»n Tt ealiys. Thurriay* an«l Satur
day#, at a o'clock p. mid i# tn.i*l • npand elmri
suinn evening* at 7 o'clock, and depart* an the
loil.iwing mornings At 4 o'ebrek.
UoOTE No. 75« 8.-Raymond. Rocky Springs.
Cayuga aud Griu«l#t«*ne Ford mail* arr ve tri
we kly on Moodays. \V"due*daya and Fridays, at
G o'clock p m., (on horse-track) is mode up o i
ßainj evenings ut 7 ocl«»ck. aud depart* on the
following mornings at 4 o'clock.
Persona wishing to rend leiten, will please al
ways rend them to the Po.#t-office before the hour
set for closiug the mail#.
WM. T. MORRIS. P. M.
tar Office openfrom 8 to 9 c cleok every Sun
day uioruiog.
R
Fresh from St. Louis.
tt OO 'S best »agir > ured Ham«;
do #ug*r cu<#l d id«t ti««r «ndclear #fiea;
L. L'*og'> pUinian aired Hams;
liar »# -a flour, extra—for sale by
August 28
B117IEA.
NEW FALL GOOD3 ■
J Per Steamer Cahawba,
f am Bo«to*. jaat re #«> #d hr -
Aag27 FRA.s KEN BUSH àt E.V0ÉT5ING.
J J iVew Music.
A SUPPLY ju*t received. *nd for sale by
Oet 3. 1857. # JAMES H. KTNG A CO.
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Ctlc§vag|cb to tjic î);tiln iubcillt.
Yicksbibo, Sept. 17.—Otic dentil in
the city ami three in the hospital by yel
low fever on yesterday. No now ca«es
reported this morning',
i Washington,
Sept. 17.—Tacifitc dc
Sontliern called do*
partineut divided,
partrnetit of Culifoniia, head quarters San
Francisco, commanded l»y General Chirk.
The Northern called department of Orc
head quarter», fort Vancouver, com
Reocipti of
goll
mandf.'d hy (tenoral Harney,
the treasury last week wer« 826,000. In
treasurv, twelve million» three humlred
and «evenly three thousuud, whereof
New York ha« nine million« «ix hundred)
; an( j n i„ e ty-two tbouaand dollar«.
! HEALTH or BATON BOUGE.
Baton Rouge, Sept. 17.—From It) t
15 cases yellow fever still here, but, not
so fatal as last week. No new cases re
♦ I
ported.
[The Hue is reported as beiii£ "down
j below Baton Rouge—consequently we
! have uo dispatches from N»;w Orleans.]
'ill:; MARKETS
fc*T. Lons, Sept. 16.—l lour dull, at $4
80 to $5 25; mixed corn, 58 t » 60.
New Yokk, Sept. 16.—Sales of cotton
to-tl.iy, bOO bales. Flour linn, at $4 95;
corn advancing--84 to 85;
!$15 25.
Cincinnati, Sept. 16.—Flour firm
tra advanced 10»;.; whisky, 20>\
••
I
I
tut'«« potk,
!
—ex- '
The Sew Oilcans Markets.
Thu« .uv.« ptemtMU I«», I»**
CO 1 TON.
I
r, 7)
Int rior...
i
o.Jf" !'l
Ordi'.iiuy.
Goml Ordinary
L«»w M.ddliug.
Middling.
Middlin
Fair* * *
SUGAR--A few mauil l«»ts »old at previou
Fair t<* fully fa r s;.)ftID*. pi 3«.
MOL A SSK4—N«» sales .«I'c«» i *' queue** r> port**d 1
PORK —We notice tody limited retail traasae* j
tirais at $1« 50 p 1 n l«»r M
BACON—Sal«*s 4 ) c i- a* ribbed Side« at j
10 at î'^c.: and 25 tierc*** fancy sugar Ourtd llaai
at 14.4c. lb.
LARD—VV'e hear of nothing «loing.
|\'t)l \ RAGGING -The sal *s inemilf 2<e)hal« •
Heavy h *M ut lse. f* yard, j
|
.lot«* lb.
Hi 'Hi
ii o'M j
—<«i,i
Fair
!
* )
r .*c
• i unt weight ut 17J«>.

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SOUTHERN MARBLE YARD.
SMITH .«w STAUB,
POUT GUWoN. MfSS.
JE would inform the citizen# of P« rt Gibson ;
avl surrounding country, that we hare per J
. u }».*:•" w-' have
vV
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■I1H
m m**ry of «Fc* a- .1 ir»«*nd- or r«*l »tiBiis. are r«*-.
uue-t.d to call and examine our stock b<*lor • *.*n<I-1
raanently local.*d in this p| ;l
Î op Mn-d a Marble Yard.a» d arc prepar'd to h.i all
' order* for
*e
Mounwi'iit«, Obrî|«ks Tauilt^ Marble Mantle«,'
Ac.. Ac. In fact, everything that ladong* to the
Tho»" wishing to erect Monument* to tire
i tra«!>*.
a
ing •:« ir *«r l.-rs elsewhere
UsT »« vr:r* —
1 d"f «.in bvttsr«,.«
1 «»>*1 Tarj.**"»«*#.
J bbl. l.*.,.p Jllark.
1 «to*. .MtrXinx Hm«!.**,
1 t o C..A. '«* Mi *» srivo».
1-2 t .r. '.nit ">:»<*•, su i ft*r «.«!•* at
»« ,«
j _
IV B. FCLKEBSON
Aiu-ut'
Lin Bitnrl*. Ac,
l)Ut m.S »' . i i,g t » btnr < ■ ii It tt..| . w.nl4 So w«»!l to
J « »'i *n.| ; ru-.* my artl. !«*■> in tui- tin.' *.<«!')-« >»u> iug
i tli 'tn tli 1 v> »! • 'wlrer#
A igu I n. IS *. W B. rt U\ER.*0,V.
Wanted.
YOUNG Ltvdy of Kome cxpL*ri«»nce in t< :»ch
in g. desire# a aituatioa in a private family
Address O. P. tj.
fmv 22 tf
A
a# t* och* r >»t English branches.
at tlii* office.
iu*ey» and For««!« :is low as
J ea«i be purchased iu tui# e<»iiiitv. at
SPOONER KORBE«.
1
julyfil
Insolvent Notice.
m vi rt«e of an order of th** lion Probat**
»•> C *'" rl "/J
" ir - v ; '" r "'* h ' s * (1 "* J ? f »'
«*« t„...r g- S. \M, «rM'.i dec d. ar* hereby
i nqiiiri ii to Ii!«* t'i .r « l iint* against aairf «*#*.it".
! duly prolmtcd. with Jam**# A.Gage, commi*
j **r of iaso)veiioy,M or before the 1#: day of Feb-j
J runry, 1859, for report uud allow».a»**, or th* y
will be forever barred.
ju!y31- Gm
J. A. GAGE, Cl* rk,
and cjm'r of Insolvency.
Insolvent Notice.
■ 17Y virtue of an or«l«*r of the Hon.-Probate
Cm|rt orciailrorn«* countv. mod • at the July
(< n;| 1R . g , h|f dilon , of t * h( . in>(> i v ,. nt e - U te
o| . McClure. d« ceas«*d. are hereby r
qtiirvd to file their claim# against #ai«l «*siat**,
t | u |y protmt.<1, with Jam •# A. Gage, comm ##iou
,. r Jj disolveiitv. «>n or In*for • the 41!» Mondiv
A t tor .« port .» .«1 allowanc *. or t i«*v
wtl l »#• f.m rer harr« d.
-
„ K -
Ju%| Received, per Str. ^Jlan,"
J. A. (JAfifi Cl rk.
and Com r ol Jusolvency.
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Which we are v«*ry anxious to *«'ll fo- cash, or to
prompt customers, payable on the let No ve mirer.
wh«*n our account# ar«* due. H viog purchased
tor Cash before the late advance, we feel assured
that we can offer inducements to those wishing to
purchase, to give us * call.
aprS JOHN BUCKI NGHAM A CO.
in and Wood war«*. —A mil #i«kk. juu*
received by [apr24] S. FORBE8.
T
^pring Steel Extension
SKIRTS,
Jum received and for sale by
ju:f6
FRANKENBUSH A ENGL ESING.
Strayed or Stolen,
I ^ROM tha undo - Igoal. on tho night nf th» Sth ln«t..
* a dark hay .'«ih E. about 15 hanl. high i* con*ida
r-Mr Rama*« mark««; hl*e«r.ar# iu.lin«<l to fla;>; under
hi « belly are near* canted from having florev. to) iufor
m do i canoerninr mid hor^ will bo ttUnkfuUy r»cei»«d
and rewarded accordingly
MpIT'Vti
JtME' 3 W. SMITH
A NSW
TRAVELING ARRANGEMENT.
W.
D. TEltUY respectfully inturui# the tra
▼eliofc public that hi* new lour bortte U. I
S. Mail Sla«»* line»are in lull operation from I'ort 1
Gibiion to )lushrhiir*l De
via. Cooper's Well» to
Ç »t, und from Raymond (
»•rry's Depot. i'u*#cii- ;
ger# l**&ving Rayinond at Ul o'clock A. M.. will j
arrive iu New Omasa at 7 V. M. daily. Dusaen
gurs leaving I'ort Gibson at l A. M. will also ar-1
rive in New Orleans at 7 l*. M.: Cikip-w Wells at !
♦»4 l*. M.; Raymond at 71 p, M.; Jackson at âî *
I* M • Cuntnn -it 7 I» M . ul»
' lt l * i " Vlek-borg at 8 1. M j
{.arge an»i comtortabk. hotel* arc optjot-d at bot»
ILisleliUrst and Terry Depots. Every attention j
will be paid t»» the comfort of tlto.-e passing over
th.*w* routes. Connections with th** regular mail
trains on the N O. J. and G. N. Railroad treyoud
adiMiht 7
Persons going North or llast trill save both tno '
ney aud time t»y taking th -se routes to Goixlmuii
Depot «»a th** Mississippi Central Railroad, then
counecting with Sim« A Sutton's mail coaches for i
Water Vull ey, the present northern terminus of ;
the Mississippi Central Railroad connecting with j
the Memphis aud Charleston Railroad at Grand
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Port Gibsou to New Orleans. $H 45
*• •• Cooper's Wells 5 t»u
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" *• ** Jackson,
** " " Wkuburg, ,
" •* Canton
R.iymoad •• Canton,
*• Jackson,
** ** New Orleans,
CooperWeUs ** New Orleans,
*' '* " Jackson.
Persons tra.riling I» tw.vu t'u,:se points ou the !
ailro» l. t ik n
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5 60
'i 75
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IVllOLLSAI.E i RETAIL DRIUCISÏS
1'OHT O/liSOX. MISS.
FTA\ M ju*trmdv* d a full apply of Frefth and
AX tteaiime M «licit»***. I»rug*. Paints. Gils.
Dyc-Stuil *. \ uiiii-lu Window
G (»•?«. Putty. French ami
Am t ea,« T«»il**l .Soap .
T«»*»th amf H k ir
Brucb«;«.
Paint I'ru-n. lustrum-nt*. Inks. Pen»-.Stationery
and : a.icy Good*. A' .iv.
Pup* I. pi«u - lor M. dicil purj«<*<*s. Patent M«hU-|
ciu*"* ol ail kotds.
liitry proinptiy liit"d. , *W'
sJTF'Phyrii* an'*» Pr**<cripi»ous will r* c«.*.ve par*
I ticuiar ati< .t ■»*» «t all Iwar» ol tbe uiglit.
OcloU r :t. 1857.
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of Lvrel. ly..*g on th" Mississippi river, south)
•• Big HI v.k
«ting of "uisiiv is'ons No.
17. ! s a ,«l 15. *<f S*eti«*n 26. fractional Township *
t in : • I K >st. in tin* county of Claiborne,
! containing 1.)*« ,»• ItH)
A;.,; y to J. .*?. '«!.«*«»». Port Ciib < a, t * th«*
I al «irjünl Gulf.
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Oct«».,'
II. P.LEfY.
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S.B.&W.Ë. Walker.
n OC KKM,
s au. *i.*os or
Family Supplies, Liquors, Wines,
ClOjiliS. if..
Maiu street, I'ort Gibson, "lis-.
am« ii:«l:;K»>
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may 2'2
Pifklen au«l Vance«.
ENGLISH i *1.1 -aii.t *1,111.* -s, a«.- «rt« «l; Am ri
j can ami French do «»«« «1«»: a-sorb d .«pices. 1
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J gr.nunl. in t»ot'i**s; Lu«*a. l.«r« ntio and Olive Oils;
Aachoviaa, Capers and t>l»ve* at
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WALKERS.
iiriillm Feiclut Coït Riunl«.
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Ttiyv, Toy*», Toy*.
D m; MS. <«t a I! kinds;
Small IV .tor fln.'kets;
•• F «ot Tubs;
Magie Laut ruts;
« lia«» ;
K fiîes;
I) >:ls. of .»Il kiu.i-;
î II. F*. «t.Uii.«,
Tool Ciiests.
Savings Banks.
A UC
Dumb Wate :es
liai K LauteuiS,
Toipe.l«>t*s,
Wheol*,
Bureau«,
Si l<*N«.»r«ts.
W im Stainl#.
Book Cas«»
Bmlstrada,
C'U Iles,
Daneiiig Figure*.
1 ni Tiunipo?a,
Ciaronotts,
A«v*»t kmnà
Snakes. ^
Ina»* Rubber Toys.
Swi'iiîoiug Mon. Swaiw and Fislie*.
Marbles.
Yîolii s.
Y icon String*.
Bai'jt)#.
F de*.
Guitar ami Banj * Stru«g*
Wagon*.
Wheeibariows«,
Te.» Pin ,
Furniture, of ali kind«,
M Tshauri
Pipes, «f a l kirn*«,
False Fa«*es,
Till Wagon«,
pe Wiel Fwriituro,
Dr.x ring Slate«,
Tea Sets.
Traveloig Locomotive«
Jo «sharp«.
Harmonica»»*,
M i'eiie* of all kinds,
Aritlimetical Table*.
Dominoes,
Che#*,
G an.»«,
K'dei«le*copea,
.Glass Boxes,
Fish Hooke and Lines,
Pi -fols.
Cigar Mouth Pieces,
Tiarfh Br'isties,
Candle Stick*,
Wax Candles,
DraughfsC
A ml variisi* other Toy*, loo numerous to men.
lion—f«»r sal«i by
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Attorney and Counsellor at UW,
PO li T GIB SON, MI S S. j
-WrOffice *t the corner of <;*rr«»ll aud Farmer i
[juWlQ •
street#
EDUCATIONAL,
French and English
BOARDING AND DAY-SCHOOL
FOR YOUNG LADIES.
1 tsi>u.h a School for rooog unie» ta
Mi««, tu euuiawuc* «»* tu«
|g* 31 outlay ill October.
A , th . y Mkbl| lt , a*.d nr«t «U-«
Ac*< > mv they hop* w i.t«t witu tlicir full *i«»re of p it
r«»nag«- freu» th* ciii«n», »- well «« from th*- «urrwundfng
coumrjr All tu» bran-h«« taught |**rt»ioi«»if I«» * th»*
. fc lhfc X«a»i«i; ...d faai.uocaOori.d
f„r5,',»utrin g Um Kieneh Uu.uu.-r
Circular» and all n~c*««*..i y information. m.iy he oh
taiued *r cilihi* uu tl.« enmipil MIm. II Hariarou*.
2T.Ï1 .T»£Î XT* 1 "** ° f
Tenus per w*a«loti of Klvr Months.
'"' J" 4 '** Wail.ing, r»-i. LHrht., **•
ra/Scholar» ......... 1.".... ...." .*... . 2 » Oo
Mu.|< »o n»n<».. au w
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!i" IUr ........ *uo
t- ranc t l (ûogiit oi»« hour e. h d»y).. ?.'< >*•>
Uatin« »ad eaiutingin W «i«r color». . 2'iO'>J
oit I*«.mi »x .'•••*. . 90 *I
Oma«»»eutat NMdU* twrk .... f*
**"***T-* ... ' 10 u 'i
Vocsl Nunc in eta«««', do ci.sik*
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Kl.fkBtiHi. »* j
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Port Ola on.
Mr. J 8. VI««,.». Port Oiiwoi»; VIr J. T Momiu, I'o.t
. . Mr. W li I* ..." U..Î-T, -. U . Rt
ut»hKti»*K. NaU-W. Mi • ; I'ruf N*»sls Mi tut tea»*
K» ; Fr»r *V « its «en. 4o. ; tl*n l*r«*
r4 * .' ,u ; R 'l v J***'* '•' l,ä, l V»V, .''"TsneiW »'u*'
To* AC».. N«w «-is«-; «»<*•» 80PLE. N,a U.
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LAWRENCE HIGH SCH03L.
wfiB i,,*xt annual s,.s#iou of this m.-uunion
wiil open oa tin»
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Secoatl Monday in S?ptemt*r, 1H5S.
and »!.»*■ «au th,- Kr. day befure the fourth of July I
f < || ow j IIK j
Patruiw «>f the schmd mny rely upon it. that !
«very riTort of tlm 1 , if !** ..I f*.
tit" iinruuM of tic rapid and thorough advance
: t iu learning of t»V pupil* entrusted to hi«
charge.
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will !»*■ neco-ding to classes, and due when th«*
-tiitient is enroll«*«!. «*r the bill pr-sefil*«! : no de
daetlou liciiig made for abseuce except in ta«^*s
o! protracti«! r ckmss.
F tOHT Ci.tss Ju-t li"ginning with Letters
uud First Rcatiur, p*r hellion «>f 7« - **
tlU'Ulh • ....
J»»a *»*.»» Cij««!> -In Spalling.Set;*».id R* ««l r,
Yritiira»*tie.au«I Pei.tnaiisiiip 4D U »
.$30 UO
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Ttl a*» C».ue* 1» spelling u id Ih-iiaing.
Third U* ad t, History of th«* l'ait «!
.slates. Geography, ArithsacUc, and Pi-ii
. 50 uo;
i . I lamp.
Fourmi um« !aS|» llingom! D rivatiuo.
I niv.-igil IIirtory. Geography. Luglish
Grammar, «.nl Compo-itiou.
Ku th Curse -in E.igt.sh Compo it««» i. La
tin. 4•reek, or French Lungnug,
«•«• GeOCOilry, etc., etc..
. 60 00,
Algchra
. 70 OJ
M. LAWRENCE.
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PortGiboon, August 1 i, 1
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p ORT GIBS ON B R ARH B A R
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A ill r.-uuie its Ninth S«a«sion on
Wedneftda)', the l.ïlh Seiit«*«»bt*r
HIE scholastic year will b«* divided into two
sessions of twenty w«*« bs «« h.
Instruct,«« will te- given in the Engli h. French.
an«f Latin Languages.
Musi* up*m Hie 1'iano. Guitar an«! Organ. Also,
Drawing. Painting and N"cdl«*-w«trk taught.
Mis# M. Makvin. Principal.
Miss £. Da«.ukit. Assistant T* ach« r in Eng!!*b,j
Lutin. Fr*«ch. Drawing. Painting, etc.
Mi,«-Teacher of Mathematic», ate.
.Miss E. P. P««m.k. Teacher iu Mu-ic.
Mis» A. Poouc. Assistant T«.*acht*r of Music.
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T E R MS:
Instruction iu tIi**'Eugli#h brunches, pi r ses. $25
French, Germau, Latin aud Spanish, each- L
Music .
Use of Iftniruuieut«.
• rawing and Nee«tle-work, each
(ir r iu I*.». .
Inci*l>*»tuls.
Boar«l, in* I idiug Wasking. Fuel aud LiglrtaT
20
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No *1 durtiort will l*e made from the t *wjo «>f en*
t« riiig t * the «.'»«J of the session
at*«» be moi* for the extras from the tin»*»of onm
m« a<* !i»'*nt to the end of th** m.*->umi«
Port Gib*>n. August 14. IMS.
will
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PORT GIBSON FER A LE
Caliesiat© Academy,
Will comm* ne» It* r.«»t 8«*«»ion
On Wednesday, September *^2nJ, 185?
I »HE ?choU«ti** y»*r will b« di«H»d into twoTerm^.
1 iw«uty w#»k«»4t b.
Tl i riOM PKIt TKBff:
Primary Department.. ...
I*r»|>«. story.
t'r< «bm»n .in I BopHomorw Cl*«««#.
Junior sn I S-'itior Cl*«M. «uibr.tcin^ 111«#
tra i >n. su«l tx.-umu.*ir.» in l'Uilo-o»>by
•ml Ob*» m i <ery.
InxtrumrnUl Ma-ie |»«trs| .
I'«» of In-' u n >n%.
fotiirh or Ulia. tovtrs,).
I* swi-ix (pis'n)....
PsiaiiiK......
W»« Flo»»r«.
Orn .inonttl N«s»*llo-work,.
Stationery. .
tloanl. W i«>iin< fu I an l l..*h'.a,.
Vo ,i M'i I*, i»Ktra).
N « <l-iai*tion will b« mil« from th« prie»* nf Tuitior.
for « I »to entranre. tinleoi it is two mouth, or more a r tvi I
i|).iiis> Aftrr «n rsn *«. no • lo tion Will b<* mvl« fo
tiMMM«. nnle.« in rs«e> of fa ily removals, j r >tr»ct -J »»»•
o«o* or »np. e«« sriaiitfemoi.t
ja« h.'2**«Ju» *t Ui» Cure of <*n trance
Lu^M-ly B Jt'.XK.S, Pro«i<f«at. |
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A. J. SPRING
à open a Male School on the 20th lo#t..
the building opposite the residence of
3. O. Bridewell. Esq. Two t r:us of five mouths
For F7 lglisli Scholar*. p**r t* rin. Î20 fib
Classic# ami higher Math malice, per
*epll ilAwtf
W 1 "
T*rm. ?*t on
Oakland rollt^e, Mhs,
T HE new «n i «legaot baililio«« »re re»dy for th* r#c*p
ti m of *tu toot#.
Tire S»*#ion w 11 c<*mm«*aee on W#4n#«Uy, the lith of
September. 1*58.
FAfTLTT.
B*» J*a*§ Pr*Tii*c*. D D , Pre«i4**t.
Kev J. U. C. iroaswcs. A M . Prote^or of Anrioi t Ua
f* fe*
Re». W. D. Moo**. A M.. Prof, of 111 Seionre.
Kumsrt PAtTi*#o*. A M , Prof, of Mxtheoisti-e
fiiMiici M.Sr*»***, AM, Pria. Prep. tTepeitmeat.
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Economy.
OPODELtNlC SOAP.
OPOliKLimO SOAP.
OPODELDOC SOAP
OPODELDOC SOAP
lObol«* ju*t recsived *t langt*] WALKER'S.
1>R. T. 8. GIBSON,
FFERS his professional services to the citi
zens of Port Gibson and vicinity. Office on
Main street, up stairs. Entrance, next door to
the store of S. Forbes.
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JCHX M. JAMES, M. D
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orncx over kino's.
Port Gibran, Mio«.
DR. A. E. THOMAS,
H AVING located permanently in Port
tender* hi# professional Services to t
z«;n* of the town and country. Hi* residence is
n| tho appeP et & of y armt . r
awe.ling lately neetpie«* by H. i\ Merri field. an*l
in rear of the late restfe* e of J. H. Maory. m,.
January 16. 1WR v
Gibson
the citi

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«rtnÜdeut we can g'Vf e*eiy satisfaction U> pur
! chasers. (»ursUrckofi3Uodirda.nl MiscellaOe
uns Jto'tkt is I irgc amt well sel-cfvd,«oinprislisg
... . i* i „...„..«il.,.
! every standanl anth <r. to wjncli w» Xt>: continu*
4 ;; y «aaiitJC «V tli
loijo a** Ivoi»sl Iron» the Press.
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J CST r ecivd, N«*w Ruggi»*s, aqd' Jcuny Mn4
Carriages, fof sale on good 1 m* hy
juljlO ^ T. GAItRlSON
j. c. MoMflAf* ràMï
Hook and SlafifniBif KvUhhiua«,
Eiriiange l*t«<-», «djosnio* th* P*»»t nS«.
MEW OKhEA^N l»!t.
Krhool, Mrcltcwl aiwl Ml»o«dla»aow<» Kook».
STATIONER T, M.UJA/IX /'*. XHtWXPAPEiS.
JE solicit th»' attenticHrofUnmitry Mercbauts
and others visiting our city, to our stock of
School iiuoks and Stationery,
W
r ceipt of alt New Uooke, Oi*
jb».«F , , . . . - u - ,
Our large 'and w* 11 Hebet d »t H*k Of M- d.Cttl
Books I« not snrp.* *ed in the fbnitÄ, to which we
r M* ctfqHy so.oiil the* atu.ai»*i»i at' Phy^cia«!*
^ v|r ^ for
ail the bf.id.cg .4*** <.M * ,»i N. wspa,» r* p ih
lifil. 1 l.i tl»«* lilt ed :4tkb*«. Ord»-rs Ir.tiu In-»
country pr.enp Ijr tit nd*d to
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C A K Kl AG E 31 AN I FACTORY,
, HE OLD eTAM>.
fllilE undesigned bd* jftinhWd
1 (he catlrt* «auWUbm.HH of Mr.
Jo*ti!i» Kelly, ut the corner df Car
r«»il and Church atract,. wlmrc he D prepared to
■wiulaclur 01 kind • ' . . .e ! Duggte»,
a,id toiioail kinds ot tvpair>,tg uiih'Iuik, 4c., in
b.«t manm-h nnd nt the s • t;cc.
IIUd»«ntijiiiiiK,
Of ail kiodi. >iou" iu a t-arV* ami
ip * *dy oi »npt*r
'lb u.id'-fsi rrod hu* dont- buitn-.'i ut J* tierson
county for nevcral y earn, ami refer*, iith c^nfl
d uct , to bis old patron« lof his eldciVocy and
prompt»» ;j*. Ail work m arrant d. Account*
dot w heR cull**«! for. u,iI «* o «ierwi - ■ agreed.
JAMES WYLIE.
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A CARD.
In retiring from the bu-.n**« to which 1 hav«
so long d vot «l f i.iy time at thexihistand, 1 take
picas ar ••* lu reeoitun *n l»ng to my iWeads aud pa
tr*»:ts. Mr. Jam > Wyli«*, who i<* comp t nt and ca*
pivblu «if d *ing aii klmls of w.irk iu his line, to
the satietaction of th.* publia, aui J solicit for
h t»! a co itinuance of the pstroa ig" gi a to me
.March 13. Ib53.
JoMJUA KELLY.
NEW WACON AND PLOW
MAM FACTORV.
UHN M'ALLA & CO. have op-eien a new Wa
goq aud Plow * h *p, .n th** old ,
i stand formerly occupied by T. J, '
Dakin, where tb* y are pr« |*are«J to *
I make to «<r«i«r iYnpiiu and Plows of uil «t -bcnp
! tions--jJ»o ;r *B-axle tifuljer-cnrfs. All kinds of
: repa ring in iheirhn«* «lone with u-atness ut.ddii*
I patch. 'They have the '*• st of workmen iu th«*ir
I uiiploy, and exp.sît U< give perlVct satt«fm:ti<Mi to
.«U tbe.r cuslumcrs.
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TO TUE 1*1 IILIC.
I take pi« usure i«> stating, that Mr. Johu Wall#
' is a first r«t j. Mediantc, a- i Lad bint in my cm
i ploy some three y« ar . I do not h*'»itnte to say
' tbut ail w rk « atrusted to !» : m will be doo# lo a
trorkinatil.ki* iuau)p*r.
! Port Gtbeon. Feb. ia>, IK5M
T. J. DAKIN.
ttjun
• j Barrels extra A 1 Lard Oii|
si 2 barrel*horning Fluid;
2 hbW Liosevd Oi] ;
2 bids, -pirit# Turp mtineif
2 bbf* B.«uri>«n Whi^y:, _
2 bt«H Aicobol;
«• Oo\ * fine Chewing Tobacco J
- ; casks Sue Cogaac Brauiiy ;
i ca.-k fine old Madeira VViat ;
!«F»u llw< pur«* V'lhire l.'wd;
•loi U#< Ja.cy Colors t» oil;
â «lot vt»y *up,.*r««*r i'oeket Kurve«;
3 do/, fi-u. Rs/ors ;
A large lot of Perfumery and l atiry ArtVI* »,
ust r e,Y\ * *l and »'or Vale t*V
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IxiifMUd rig ««....:.
; 'pUE'Uh-e.-ilMii respectiully informs theeitlzeo#
X «if Claiborne couuty, that be is prepared to
» mild Rupnin^gear aud l*r> «*«< au«l ail work
j Krtaining to the buslne««. H*» n*î!J protnj 'ly ab
"id to all work entrusted to him. Term# Ube
ii. I am also ag ml brOiOk'i Mills.
feb6-ly
A. C. WILLIAMS.
P erfumery,—We have just received a large
and spleiulid iresrvrlnrenl of Perfumery, Toi
let soap*, Ac., which we iuvib* public ntteiitioo.
febb J. H. KING AGO.
Just Hereived.
PER STEAMER BLACK WARRIOR.
Au additional As*orlm**nt of
30YS* & CHILDRENS' CLOTHING,
At BFRN'HKIMER'S.
inavl
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celebrated Hck*#, formic by
rochG
W. B. FULKERSON
To Suit the «Sjçkly Season.
W K are conctoatly receiving and in iter#
Freak Soda amt Water Cracker*.
" Cracknel Biscuit. ,,
- Beat Rice;
" Leioo'.s a «d L *n»no Syrup*.
Simon pure Kentucky Mustard.
India Pale Ale ami Loudou Porter.
I V'inegar and Pickle*.
We have. *iio, n *.pb-ni;<l assortment of W.r.#«
nd Brandie*, which will nut fail to please. Call
t [""«,'H] WALKERS'
Cntlitmii Plow«,
XITITH improved finish. No#,
V? I, lj and 2#, just received
aud for sale for cash, by
nov28 GRIFFITH
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IR21H BREAD EVERY DAY!
I«. SUMMER, Baker,
B EGS t«» »uiorw the rili «eu* of Port Gibson
that be ha* established o new Bakery at tbn
■dd corn-» oppowte th* Jail, aud U j r pared to
fr **b Bread made of extra-St. Louis Flwaf
v«.ry daj. FanuJy Ticket* »upplifd when cailéd
orf A Ko, always on ffia> d. a good rmppiy of
>ry Good* and Gr«jcericr. ( 7 all an him.
Port G.bnon. July SI. J 58-1 y
PROM LEGHOMK,
p»n smr bAvesv. T ,
UDIBS' FLATO;
MEN'S, BOYS. AND CHILDREN'S r
--TS,
At prices that caunol ti# treat mivwhere t
m.)- 3.SRRNHI- IMER A BR(*
urnish
Dwelling House for Sale.
A HANDS* »ME Dwelling, with large
■ SOd well improved Garden. C« ... rg
etc., Is rifercrl for »ale oo good »* rm« . ù*
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