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WlW lUttllUUl SlUUt lUUtf. the current politics o Rutland county.
It was inspiring to think In tho great
ttit? utttt, A nti' TtATT.V fiTMU. TTTTTTtSDAY MORNING, JULY 13
issues of lo-dnv llutland. tho
county In tho etato, had n great
Inllucnco In carrying forward results.
At my majority 1 participated in the llrst
town nntl-Blavcry movement, and navo
tried to bo faithful to original principles
which wcro cnnBumatcd In tho organization
..r 1,. .K..l.1tnn iArltr. find In thin line
Tho circulation of tho "Dally 01obo"l ooual . .,',,,, m 'Vim. iin9 nrohablv
to, If not lu excoss of, any othor dally newspa- lca, to tho unmerited honori you have from
per In Vormont. Tho circulation of tho tmstotlmo bestowed upon mo. To-dayyou
"Wcokly Olobo" Is a half larger than that of mT0 ajn rcc3gnizeJ theso well meant ef.
any othor weekly nowspapor In Wostorn Vor- rort9 nj t,B riutct modesty of my
TlintSDAY, JULY 13, 1870.
AilrtrHwrtwlUvtnut hantlin their matter at at
tarty an hour in the afternoon n comentcnt. lly
no itoinff they v til aire vt more, time to arrange ami
jirojii ru tlt)lil turn, than if taken at a late hottr.
mont; and moro than tho combined circulation
of all tho othor wooklios In llutland county.
OFFICE OF T11K VttltV SIUNAL OHICKII
wasiiisuton, Juiy.iH in. m.
lVir Now Knul.ind. nencinUv clear and
warmer woither will continue, with west
ctly wlnda and stationary or slight rise in
tho barometer followed during tho night by
Ij. V. Itcdlngton has moved his ofllco to
Vnlnnm Mtwvpr'a lilnrk.
A free fight occurred on Washington
strcst about 0 o'clock list evening.
Wednesday officer Crawford seizid two
kegs of lager beer at the German citfe.
A report of tho democratic ratification
meeting wi.l bo found on the second pace
Attention Is called to "Hose Nealh cot
tage," Niles Llcach, in our advertising col.
Mr. and Mrs. G. IX Milllngton returned
yesterday lrom a tilp to llio centennial and
A letter from Mis. Stllwcll In tho Stll-wtll-Brown
Insurnnco controversy will be
found ou the outbids. '
There will ho n special meeting of tho
Tllden and Hendricks club at the village
hall Saturday evening.
Mr. Alonzo Smith ot'llllnois, is spending
a few weeks at tho residence of his futhcr,
Enoch Smith, esq., of Clarendon.
There will be a meeting of tho Bolivar
base ball club this evening at 7:30 o'clock,
at the village hall. A full attendance Is
X. 3. Stearns left this morning for
Vt ' "r with the two criminals Oilman
and Thompson to be incarcerated In tho
Otter Creek encampment No. 7, 1. 0. O.
F., meets tais evening at Oldfcllowa hall
8 o'clock for installation of officers. A full
attendance Is desired.
The democratic brethren ran out their
handsome fUg yesterday morning, iu the
vain hope of dazzling some of the republi
can county delegate! by its splendors.
Tho Sarsfiel-l cornet bind, nftcr the ad
journment of tho ratification meeting, last
evening, serenaded W. P. Page, secretary
of the Tilden and HendrickB club, The
Gi.onc and Jcrald offices.
Wo shall have a prostration record hero
in Vermont soon if the weather doesn't
change. Yesterday the thermometer stood
72 ' at 7 o'clock, 88 at noon, 95 at 4
o'clock, and 09 0 at 0:45 in the evening.
Not much chance for doing work in tho
"cool of the day."
Three gentlemen from East Wallingford
while driving on tho road last cvcning,near
tho lair ground, their wagon was over-
turned by a defect in tho highway, and ono
was quite seriously injured and tho other
two more or lees bruised. Tho accident
occurred near the placo where Miss Ella
ltyan was injured a year or two ago.
The lager beer controversy has taken a
new tack. The officer who makes n
seizure of lager beer Is now arrested for
trespass. Deputy sheriff Georgo W. Craw
ford on Tuesday seized from Cephas E.
Stone, two kegs of lager beer ; from James
Murnhv one keg, nnd from Edward Eaton,
two kegs. Murphy nnd Eaton had him
arrested for trespass, he found bail and the
case will be tried on the 2-lth.
The famous Hycr sitters appear at tho
town hall this evening in their musical
drama, "Out of Bondage." Tho troupe
have been heard in concert in llutland and
need no commendation. They are every
whero known as one of tho finest concert
troupes traveling. A portion of "Out of
Bondage" includes tho plantation and
camp meeting melodies which created such
a turor when firbt sung by thi3 troupe.
Don't fail to hear tbem.
ago ; you will discharge your uuura
by distributing olUces according to locality
nnd fitness ol person, lou will give the
key nolo to tho centennial campaign wnicu
is about to open. Again thanking you for
tho honor conferred, 1 await the further
pleasure of tho convention.
On motion of Hon. Simeon Allen, A. JN.
Adams of Falrhavcn.was elected secretary.
On motion, tho organization was per
fected by the election of Horaco II. Dyer
of llutland, and Nathaniel Fish of West
Haven as vice-presidents.
On motion of Hon. Titt W. Hyde, of
Castlcton, tho temporary organization was
On motion of Hon. II. C. Abell, of West
Haven, a committee of five was appointed
to present a nomination for n county com
mittee. Tho chair appointed as tho com
mittee : Hon. It. O. Abell of West Haven,
Daniel W. Taylor of Sherburne, Horace
H. Dyer of llutland, J. S. Cllley of Bran-
don, L. Howard Kellogg of Benson.
On motion of Hon. Pitt W. Hydo tho
convention proceeded to tho nomination of
a ticket for county officers.
Henry Clark of llutland, presented tho
namo of Ner 1'. Simons of llutland. Ho
said Sir. Simons camo to our county from
the eastern part of the state, and had by
Ins business qualities, Industry, and studi
ous habits In a few years taken n front
rank in tho legal profession and stood
among tho foremost citizens of tho county,
and it was with great pleasure that he pre
sented him as tho unanimous choice of tho
republicans t)f llutland as a candidate for
Lcvilllco of Tinmoutb, presented tho
name of George Capron of Tinmoutb, say
ing that ho was a man of most excellent
business qualifications, largo legislative ex
perience, and a staunch republican.
Ilenty C. Harrison of Brandon, present
ed tho name ot Volney ltoss as a man of
a successful established mercantile career,
n gentleman of refinement nnd culture,
whose character was without spot or
blemish, and a republican without guile,
and tho choice of a large majority or the
republicans of Brandon.
Mr. A. W. Cook ot Mt. Holly moved that
tho convention now proceed to ballot.
0. A. Ilann of Poultney said that he was
satisfied the convention was the choice of
tho people. N. P. Simons was nominated
Hon. Pitt W. Hyde nominated as a can
didate for tho second senator Samuel Wll
lims, esq., ot Castlcton. He Bald Mr.
Williams was a son of the late Charles K.
Williams, ono who enjoyed tho advantages
of a liberal and legal education. He was
a gentleman of sound practical judgment
and had seen largo experience In legislative
and state affairs ; for two years ho served
as assistant clerk of the house of represen
tatlvcs, and was tho secretary of two of
of Vermont's war governors, and was now
councctcd with ono ot tho leading indus
tries of this county. His high character a3
a business man, and his legislative experi
ence eminently fitted him for tho position
Charles A. Ilann, of Poultney, presented
the name of John B. Beaman as a well
known citizen, n leading lawyer, and well
fined for tho position of senator.
Tho convention then proceeded to a bal
lot,' 0. A. Ilann and Pitt W. Hydo wero
county of llutland s one who had served
In various positions with honor nnd credit)
n man of largo business experience, who
was peculiarly fitted for the position.
Dr. S. H. Haynes of Mlddlctown, pre
sented tho name of Evelyn P. Seamans,
whoso experience In judicial duties hnd
qualified him for tho place, and bo would
dlschargo them with ncccptanco to tho
A. N.Adams presented tho namo of .enas
C. Ellis of Fairhaven as a man of cxcellont
judgment and experience In business, who
had not hitherto asked tho suffrages of his
fellow-citizens. Tho nomination of Mr.
Ellis was seconded by Henry Clark. This
being tho nomination for tho Fairhaven
probate district, Dr. Haynes withdrew tho
namo of Mr. Seamans for this ballot.
L. Howard Kellogg nnd Henry Clark
wcro appointed tellers.
Whole number of votes 0
Necessary to a choice 83
ZenasO. Ellis 41
Martin 0. lllcc 10
C. 8. llumsey 1
whereupon Zonas 0. Ellis was declared tho
Dr. S II. Haynes of Mlddletown.rcuowod
tho nomination of Evelyn P. Scamons.
Linus F. Colvin nominated William S.
Weeks of Clarendon, which was seconded
by Luther P. IIowo of Mt. Tabor.
L. F. Colvin and S. II. Haynes were ap
pointed tellers :
Whole number of votes J-
Nccessary to n choice
William S. Weeks
V. I' Rpnmeiu 31
and Wni. B. WccUr wi.o dtel ired llio nominee.
Henry C. Harrison ot Brandon, nom
inated George M. Fuller of Fairhaven,
which wa3 seconded by Simeon Allen of
Fairhaven, and h. II. Kellogg of Benson.
Enoch Smith, esq., of Clarendon, nom
inated Hon. Martin G. Everts of llutland,
tho present incumbent, who ho believed
was tho right man in the right place.
Henry Clark seconded the nomination.
Mr. A, N. Jcnne, of Sherburne, made a
somewhat extended speech on the states
attorney question and concluded by nomi
nating Joel C. Baker of rtutland.
Hon. I). E. Nicholson, president tt tlio
convention, said there should bo no preju
dice. Mr. Everts was not responsible for
tho transactions of last year. Mr. Baker
did not present his name nnd it was un
necessary for any onoto fight his battles
for him, and he favored tho nomination of
The convention then proceeded to nbl-
lot. II. C. Harrison, Enoch Smith and A.
N. Jenne were appointed tellers.
matter of my fun they better close up the
concern. If 1 wish to vote for Tllden I
have tho rlcht so to do. and I shall not ask
tho consent of tho Herald, cither. Very
rcspcct'fully, G. D. Si-Esoitn,
High Bailiff until Novembor 80th.
Visit Mrs. G. T. Loop's hair store, Cen
terSt., over Townscnd's fnrnlturo rooms,
llutland, Vt. ltf
Urcut Iturgiiliiant McUluro A: IInll'
Tlirnn cpnnml hand ntnnni AS SOod aonCW.
Ono Steinway In splendid condition ( will
bo sold cheap. Ono American, only been
used three months. A Mathushck which
has been In ttso less than ono year. Don t
let this opportunity pass by. First come,
first served. Bloro 88 West street,
This is tho lime when every precaution
to avoid diseases common to this season,
Is very necessary. Always havo n bottle
of Scott's Cholera Medicine in your houso
In time of need. It will give Instant relief
in nil caics ot Dhrrhtua, Colic Pains,
Cholera Morbus, Dysentery, &c. Manu
factured nnd for 6ale by Morse Bros.,
chemtstf, opposite depot. Fancy Goods,
Hair Brushes, Tooth Brushes, Knives,
Razors, Pocket-books. Walking Canes,
&c &c., will bo sold at cost, at tho Hut
land County Drug Store.
Opposite Depot, llutland, Vt.
T.) all who are suffering from tlio errors and
Indiscretions or youth, nervoui weakness,
early decay, loss ot manhood, etc., I will send
a recclno that will cure you, FllEBoiuiiAKUb,
THIS great remedy was discovered byimls-
Tho Eastern Question.
Constantinople, July 12.
Tho Turkish war minister has resolved
to assimilate tho boahl-bozouks with the
regular troops. Tho cngagenicnto between
tho Turks and Servians yesterday wcro uu
Important. It Is officially nnnounccd that
tho government 13 again compelled to post
pono tho payment of mterest on the public
debt. Measures concerted with the Im
perial Ottoman bank, for tho collectlt.n of
revenuo for tho service of tho national de
partments, will bo carried out as soon as
circumstances will permit.
Haqi'sa, July 12.
Gen. Paulovles with 0,000 Insurgents has
arrived In the neighborhood of Kick. Ho
mot with 110 resistance. Tho routo by way
of Kick to tho Interior Is closed. Intclll
genco received here from tho forces an
nounco that the Montcncgtlnlans nnd In-
surgonts occupied Into on Turkish terri
tory, southeast of Moutoncgro, but wcro
dislodged by tho Turks from Sintnri. Uoth
sides sufferrcd considerably. Anothor
body of Montcnegrlulnus under Prince
Nicholas la marching.ln the direction of
the peace or etoopk.
Vienna, July 13.
It Is stated In diplomatic circles that
llussia will not tako any steps ou tho cast
ern question without an understanuing
with all the great powers. Consequently
tho general peace of Europo will not bo af
had roit the sev.vians.
Losiiox, July la,
Tho Times Inn leading editorial nttlclo
Elonary in SO'ilh America. Send a sclt-ad- says tho prevailing impression is that tho
dressed envelopo to tuo ltev. Joscpn T. jnman, Servian invasion is at an cud, and Iho qucs.
Station 1), lllblo HouM, New lor my. tion ..., ,9 wIl.t,er lll0 Turkg wi! bo aj!0
to carry the war across the hervian frontier
(JUAN!) union- iioti-.i., afld ol)tan tll0 grcat political advantage of
nioadmy, Orrmttti l'mtopec, MMtehati, .v, i ., negotiating while in possession of the con-
r. i-inii, Proprietor. qucred territory.
This hotel is comparatively now, Having
bceu refitted nnd repaired throughout, and
is now one ot tho most comfortable hotels
to bo touud anywhere. Located in tho
central part of tho placo, it Is convenient
to all places of buslnes. With tho experi
ence llio proprietor lias had In tho hotel
business, he feels confident that ho can
mako the "Grand Union" the most popu
lar hotel In the slate of New York.
The New Postmaster General.
Washington, July 12.
The senate lu cxccutlro Fcpslon this
morning confirmed tho nomination ot J,
N. Tyncr of Indiana ns postmaster general,
Wholo number of votes Oo
Necessary to a choice
George M. Fuller 30
Martin U. Everts
and Georgo M. Fuller waa declared tho
Benjamin Maxham, of Sherburne, pre
sented tho namo of Hon. William M. Field
for sheriff nnd ho was unanimously nomi
nated. man DAiuiT.
Henry Clark presented tho natneof Ctpt.
A. S. Cook of. Brandon, which was second
ed by Hcury Harrison, and bo was unani
JUD0K3 OF lUlOEATE.
Henry Clark presented tho name of Hon.
Waler 0. Dunton for the district of llut
land, and he was nominated by acclamation.
Hon. Pitt W. Hydo presented tho namo
of Jerome B. Bromley for the district of
Fairhaven. and he was unanimously nomi
Tho nominations having been completed,
Hon. L. H. Kellogg introduced the follow-
IioiiH Forget Tills,
that tho Ejtcy Organ Factories aro tho largest
In tho world, make tho most organs, over 60,000
belnff In use, and notwithstanding the hard
times, aro now making nearly looo organs every
month. They aro not only the Best ana "noap-
est, but are sold on tho easiest terms ot any
organ made. It any ono Bays to tho contrary,
don't you believe It, but address for catalogues
QEOUaii J. DAY,
nov22dtwly Kutland, Vt.
Republican County Convention
Tho republican counly convention assem
bled at tho town hall In llutland, on Wed
nesday, at one o'clock, p. m. Tho conven
tion was called to order by Henry C.
Harrison, chairman of tho county, who
read the call. Tho roll of tho convention
was read by tho secrctnry as follows :
ItOt.I. OP THE CONVENTION.
Benson Henry S. Howard, L. Howard
TTII l-,.n1l UlnMna
Brandon Henry 0. Harrison, John Ca-
pen, J. S. Cilley.
Castleton Pitt W. Hyde, Fayetto Bar
nov. E. II. Armstrong.
Clarendon Enoch Smith, Horace Kings-
lev. Linus I' . Colvin.
Chittenden 11. O. Dow, Hiram F,
Novcs. Hiram Balrd.
Danby Joseph N. Phillips, Ira Cook,
Fairhaven Simeon Allen, A. N. Adams,
John P. Sheldon.
Hublurdton C. S. Itumsoy, Seneca
Unnt. a. P. Philllns.
I'n S. F. Mason, Bradley Fish, E. C.
Mendon Ezra Edson, II. II. Shcdd,
Mlddlctown E. P. Seainons, B. H.
TTiiinpq. Orluridi Gates.
Mt. Unlly 0. W. Priest, A. W. Cook,
J. n. H. Packer. '
Mt. Tabor Lulhcr P. Howe, E. B.
Piiwlct Smith Hltt, Seldcn S. Brown,
William 1 Weeks.
Pitttfl ilil-Kdward Atwood, llufus Holt,
Ira fli.lt. ir.
Pi'lsfoid-ll. C. Smith, D. D. Burdett,
D. P. Pcdbjdv.
Poultney John B, Beaman, Cbarlefl A.
Ilann, Hsrvty Howe.
llulland-Davld E. Nicholson, Honry
Unrk, Horaco H. Dyer.
Sherburne I). W. Taylor. Benj. Max-
ham, A. Ni Jcnne.
Shrewsbury Kbenczer Fisher, E. B
Lord, Lumau Aldrlch.
Sudbury H, W. Pitts.fFayctto Holmes,
u. u. neiucu,
Tinmoutli-Lovl Illco, II. Hopkins, Ly
Walllngford-C. O. BUlTord.H. C.Stow
ard, ltov. S. 11. Aichlbald.
Well-0. It. Hopson', Wesley Howe,
West Haven II. 0. Abell, Nathauiel
18b, A. .7. Dickinson. "
The chairman nominated Hon. David E.
Nicholson, for president ot rthe conven
tion, which was unanimously confirmed,
On taking tho chair ho spoke substantially
as follows i
Samuel Williams 43
John B. Beaman 17
Whereupon Samuel Williams was de
clared tho nominee.
D. P. Peabody, of Plttsford, presented
tho name of Henry F. Lathrop as a gentle
man of high standing, of largo Intelligence,
whoso experience and sound judgment
fitted him for tho placo.
Mr. Harrison again presented tho name
or Volney ltoss, nnu Mt. luce mat ot
Goorge Capron. The convention again
proceeded to vote.
WiTiimiT a Pauallel? We believe
that tho wonderful results accomplished
by tho use of "SMlolit Contumption Cure",
are wilnout a parauei in tuo uisiorjr ui
medleiue. Those who uisoeiicvo tnis ana
huva occaslou to try it, can bo convinced
without cxpenEe to themselves. Its suc
cess is so wonderful and euro that we sell
It on a guarantee to euro Consumption,
Bronchitis. Couchs. Hoarseness. Asthma,
Whooping Cough, Croup. In theso cases
or anv Lung trouble, don't fail to try It, it
mav save vour life, while it will cost you
Hotbiue it It gives you no relief. Calf at
tho ilru- sloru of A. W. Hieelns. Rutland.
Ilico & Co., Castlcton, W. Sweet, Fnlrha-
vnii. Dr. Meeker & Dr. CamDbel . Poultney.
elsewhere by dealera generally, end get a
trial bottle tor 1U cents, or a regular bizb
for 00 cents or 1.UU.
"IIackmetaok" 'a new and delightful
dcrfunio so d bv tho above dealers, else
where by dealera gcnorally. d&wly
Tho Indian War.
CunvENNE, July 12.
Saturday night a body of Indians raided
tho ranches of Ilimsoy, Hunter nnd Ab
bott, CO miles north on the Chug, taking
nine horses from the former and thirteen
from tho latter. Advices from the North
Platto state that Maj. Walker, just In from
Blrdwood, reports Indians in largo uum
hers in camp on tho head waters of the
Dismal, forty miles north that phce. No
further news from Crook, and no un
easiness whatever is felt at Fctterman for
his safety. The latest advices from Gen,
Merrltt, 5th civalry headquarters, say all
Is quiet in that vicinity.
TROOI'3 TO THE FRONT.
Atciiinson, Kwsas July 13,
The six companies of tho Oth infantry
under command of Gen. Miles, passed
through hero on route for tho Sioux coun
Whole number of votes 70
Necessary to a choice UO
Henry i. J.allirop
George Capron 23
Volney Iloss 15
Thcro being no choico. the names of
Volney Ross and Georgo Capron were
withdrawn, whereupon H. F. Lathrop was
nominated by acclamation.
Tho nomination of George Capron was
was renewed. C. A. Ilann again nominat
ed John Rcaman, who was seconded by
Pitt W. Hyde.
Hon. Daniel W. Taylor presented tho
namo of Dr. C. W. Brlgham of Pittsfleld,
Pittsfield had never been honored with a
senator, nnd she now presented ono of her
leading citizens whose qualifications wcro
such ns to do credit to tho town and coun
tv. A. N. Jcnne seconded tho nomina
tion of Dr. Brlgham.
Ezra Edson, esq., of Mendon presonted
tlio namo of Dr. Orel Cook, as a gentleman
whoso ability for tho position was well
known, nnd ono who bad oxcrleu largo in
iluenco In tho last legislature, anil ilcnaon
had a elmilar claim to Pittsford sho had
never euioyed tho luxury of n senator,
Tho convention proceeded to nauot,
Messrs. Rice, Edson, Taylor nnu ttann
acted as tellers.
Whole number of votes CO
Nneeaaarv to ft choice , Jo
Kesohcd, That tho county committee
aro hereby cmnowered and instructed In
calling a republican county convention to
nominate county otacers in joo to can u
in tho month of June, as a delecato con
vention, upon the basis ot tureo delegates
from eacn town.
Tho president called Horace II. Dyer,
vice-president, to the chsir, when ho of
fered the following resolutions.
fiesolved. That this convention approvo
the platform and candidates of both our
state and nntioual conventions, iucluding
all additions and improvements suggested
bv Gov. Haves in his letter of acceptance.
Resoltcd, That tho true nnd enlightened
interests of society in virtue and sobriety
will be better promoted through a united
sunDort of tho candidates of this conven
tion than by any other distinct, or dis
Tho committee on nominations presented
tho following named gentleman to consti
tute tho county committee :
II. C. Harrison, Brandon ; A. H. Tuttle,
Rutland s George M. Fuller, Brandon ;
Porter Benson, Clarendon: U. W. Jing-
On motion the convention adjourned tine
There will be a memorial service at
Clarendon SoulU Flats next Sabbath motn-
ing, for tho late Rev. N. P. Gilbert. Ser-
vice by tho Rev. A. D. Barber. Tho meet
ing will bo held at tho town hall, ns they
are repairing tho church.
Tho jury empaneled by Coroner
Starkweather to Investigate tho circum
stances attending tho death of Alvln 0.
Foster, who was found dead ou Washing
ton street, Keene, a few weeks ago, ro
turned a verdict last Saturday, declaring
that said Foster camo to bis death by suf
focation, caused by means of chloroform,
administered by somo person or persons
to thejury unknown." J. k. r.
Tho Mason & Hamlin Organ Company
aro represented at Philadelphia by thirteen
of their world-renowned organs, declared
by all critics to bo the finest lot of Instru
ments ever exhibited anywhere. Theso or
gans havo always taken tho highest awards
when exhibited in cnmnetltiou with other
organs. Tills is a fact worthy the consid
eration of any who aro thinking of buying
au organ. Over 80,000 of theso organs
ate rented by the month until the rent pays
for them. u. wood,
d&w General Agent, Rutland, Vt.
I havo one new buggy wagon, made by
Prcmo, for sale cheap. b. it. wood.
Wasiiinoton, July 12.
Thero la considerable Speculation as to
who will receive the appointment of com
missioner of Internal revenue, and tho
names of II. C. Rogers, tho democratic
party commissioner, nnd Gen. Sowell, who
succeeded Ynryan, nre both prominently
Among tho names more prominently
mentioned in connection with tho appoint
ment of Internal revenue commistloncr is cx
congrcsEman Kellogg, Connecticut.
vi(Kr:niiAnr)NAYl.oit In Addison. JUly S,
at tho llopilst parsonago, by ltev. It. rjott,
Jlr. James rreeuuara or AdJison, ana airs.
Clara nayior ot vcrEonnes.
Tlio Kosc IVcatli Cottage
Will open tor summer boarders July 1st. This
houso la blunted near Klles lleach, has lately
hmi iMtiriTPd nnd rfnnYiiTod! L-uod boallntr
and iMtbln facilities: terms reasonable. Ap
ply tollrs. JOlts .MAILMAN, 1'. O.ltox 13, Kast
At Wo. 11
m iiicuii ants' now,
MUSSEY & SON.
More Bristow Men Going.
Wasiiinoton, July 12.
It is reported to-night that the president
will to-morrow request the removal of
four of tho employes of tho treasury, all of
whom were personal friends of Bristow,
and who occupy responniblo positions lh
Washington, July 12.
The conference committeo on the sundry
civil appropriation bill hold another meet
ing to-day. There were 24 1 points of dif
ference, and all them have been settled
'.Letter From George D. Bpencer.
Fahhiavkn, July 13, 1870,
Editor llutland Qlobe-.-Iha Pictorial
Hrleli nui . '.-' 20 Herald Is on its nerve tills mornlng-goos
Georgo Capron f
T It Hoiimnn 14
Thero being no choico tho convention
ni illrectcd to a second ballot. John IJ,
Benman withdrew his name.
Wholo number ' u
NccesBaiy to a choico "
fl W IlHrhnm
y, ,, . ,
tleorgo uapron !
nn.l (Innlr i.
On motion of Levi Hlco, of Tinmoutb,
tho nomination of 0. W. Brlgham was
JBDQKS OF COUNTY OOUBT,
Hon. L. U. Kellogg presented the name
of Hon. Martin O. nico of Benion M a
for mo heavy. I would advlso for It a doeo
of antimony or veratrum, as it sicks to
elve mo the American namo of tho latlcr
medicine. Allow mo one word ot cxpla
nation to tho dictator ot Vermont politics.
I spent the last Sabbath at Castlcton ; Mon
day morning I saw tbo notico m The
G lode 1 went. Into the ofllco ot Bromley
& Clark and wrote tho letter published in
The Gi.ohk of yesterday ; sent It to Rut
land by Geo. Bishop, deputy sheriff ( upon
my return homo tho telegram was barided
me i the first notico of an invitation I re
ceived was somo thrco hours after I had
written the letter.
I hardly think any ono that knows mo
wllUccusomo of ever riding two horses
C. E. ROSS.
AT VERY LOW PRICES.
Successful Jail Breakers.
Toi-kka, Kan., July 12
Samuel lisppln, Into stato treasurer, who
has been confined in jail hero for the last
six months, awaiting trial onachaigoof
forging district school bonds nnd purchns
Ing tho same while ho was state treasurer,
escaped from jail yesterday in company
with other prisoners. They effected an
escape by sawing off tho bats of their cell
doors nnd tbo door to tho outside. Several
parties are in pursuit, but nothing has yet
been heard from them.
Northern Children Moro Precocious
Baltimoiie, July 12.
Tho national educational association to
day appointed a committee to go to Wash
Ington In tho Intereit of the bureau of ed
uca'tion. Tho superintendent of tho public
schools of Missouri, presented a paper In
which ho held that children in tho north
could bo sent to school at five years, while
those at tho south should not bo sent be.
fore six or seven. An interesting cxplana
tlon of tbo educational system of Japan
was then given.
WITHOUT KEOARD TO COST.
LADIES FANCY UOSE
AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICES
In tact we aro wlllla? and will sell you sooda
at the veiy JoweBt prices.
NO. 3, MERCHANTS' ROW,
More Vindication of Blaine.
Boston, July 13.
The Herald to-day publishes au account
of an Intervlow of Its special correspondent
with Joslah Caldwell nt his buslnoss ofilce.
No, 115 Cannon street, London, iu which
the Utter malntnius tho genuincues? ot his
dispatches to iho Investigating committeo,
and gives a completo history of the allalr,
It also gives tho ailldavlt of Caldwell deny
Inc any connection of Blaine whatever
with tho sale of 75 bonds to Tliomas A
Wasiiinoion, July 13.
An unusually large number of members
of congress ara tick, several of them serl'
ously, oning to the effects of tho wsather,
Touonto, July 12,
A rcnort from Bello River, Lake Erie,
4 p. ru., says i A large propeller Is on fire
Wasiiinoton, July 13.
Tho chair laid beforo tho senate tho
houso bill to amend tbo Pacific railroad
nets which was read by title. Considera
ble dljcusslon eniuwl ns to whether It
should be referred to railroad or judiciary
committee pending which tho morning
hour expired and It was laid over.
Mr. Ilamhn presented tbo credentials of
I, G. Blaine, appointed United Slates
senator, In placo of Lot iu. Morrill, re
signed j reid and placed on file.
Mr. Thurman, from commlltco on judi
ciary, reported back tlio resolution of the
seuato of January last, Instructing com
mittee to enquire into various matters re
lating to pacific railroads and tho three bills
introduced by Dorscy and West lu January
and .March hst to amend Pacific railroad
act, together with written report and bill
to amend and alter Pacific railroad acts of
1802 nnd 1801 j it was ordered
that the report be priutcd nnd the
bill be placed on the calendar.
The bill provides that " the net earnings "
shall be ascertained by deducting only tho
nctual operating expenses from tho gross
receipts, without nuy nllowance for Inter
est payments. Tho other main provisions
require that companies shall pay nunually
Into the United States treasury, to create a
sinking fund, such sums respectively ns
will nggregato In connection with o per
cent, payments and amounts loauod for
government transportation, 23 per centum
of their respective net receipts as above do.
fined, and If this should leave them unable
to pay their cntreea on prior mortgages,
the K-cretary of the treasury may abatu 2j
per ccut or the requirement sufilciently to
allow paramount claims to bo satisfied.
The amount of Ihcte annuiil payments are
estimated by tho bill at ijlG.OUO each, for
Uiilon nnd Central Pacific companies, and
$350,000 for Kansa3 Pacific.
On motion of Mr. Paddock the senate
joint resolution to authorize tho president
to accept the services of volunteers to aid
In suppressing tho Sioux Indian hostilities
in the northwest, was taken trom the tablo
and referred to the committeo on military
Tho scnato then resumed tho Impeach
ment trial, and'J. J. Fisher was called to
the Btand. Ho testified : I rcsido in St.
Louis j was a member of the firm of J, S.
Evans & Co., post traders, Ft. Sill. Ho
stated the contract between Ev.uis and
Marsh for the payment f 12,000 at first,
and then 0,000, and said he never had any
communication with tho secretary ot war
o ) tho subject.
ESMr. Carpenter submitted a letter of
Marsh to Cljmer, dated February 23, 1S70,
stating that there was no agreement be
tween the secretary of war and himself.
Manager McMahon said the prosecution
had no further witnesses with the excep
tion of John S. Evins. He had been
thoroughly examined by the liouso com
mitteo on expenditures In tho war depart
ment, and also by tho houso judiciary
committee. Tho managers, therefore, pro
posed to furnish a copy of his evidence to
counsel for the defense with the under
standing that each sldo might put In 6uch
portions of It ns they desired.
HcUter Olymcr was recalled. He testl
(led tint a p irtlun of M.irsu a testimony
beforo tho house committee was in his own
handwriting. In reply to Mr. Carpenter
the witness Btated that the committeo ot
hlch he wa3 chairm m bid b.-en engaged
In examining Into tho affairs of tho war
rurtment from about Feb. 2 until within
tue last week or two.
Mr. McMahon again announced that tho
prosecution ht.d no other witness except
Evans, but they desired to examine him
hen ho should be put on tho stand by tho
Mr. Carpenter sa'd the dofense would
Mr. Howe sai l that the question could bo
Tho testimony on the part of the defense
was thvn commenced.
Major-Gen. John Popo was sworn, and
testified that Fort Sill was in tho depart
ment which he commanded. Tho witness
was interrogated in regard to tho appllca
tiona to sell liquor nnd said they wcro
always sent to the war department fot ap
proval. Ho kuow of no instauce where
tho post trader or settler did not reside nt
his post prior to the order of March 23,
1870. Had kuown Belknap since 18U,
now of no reason why tho general official
conduct of that officer hnd not been lion
orable and upright,
Mr. Ctipenter then submitted a letter
from Lieut.-Gcn. Sheridan, dated Chicago,
March 20, 1871, stating that ho has ex
amined tho circular ou the subject of post
traders, bsuedonthe 35th ot March, and
thought very well of it. So far as troops
wete concerned, it was especially fair,
Gen. Robert MacFreeley, commissary
general of subsistence, testified that ho had
bceu stationed on tbo western frontier pre
vious to 1800. He knew of ono Instuuco
at Fort BoJdy, where tho sutler resided
away lrom tho post previous to tho order
of March 23th, Thero was no regulation
requiring post traders to resldo at their
post. Witness had been commissary gen
eral of subsistence since April 1875, and so
far as ho had any knowledge, tho manage
ment of the war department under llel-
Wn was characterized by honesty nnd
At this point the Ccfenso stated mat it
would be imnossiblo to go on without tho
witness Evaus and asked consent to ad
lourn until he arrived. Considerable dli
cu6sion ensued, but before tho question was
put to tbo scnato to adjourn, the defense
proposed to examine those witnesses now
Cid. M. II. Davis, inspector general, tcs
tided to tho character of tho defendant ior
lulegrhy and honesty,
H. T. Crosby, chief clerk of the war de
partment, testified that after the passage of
the law of 1870, In legaril to pobi-trauciB,
tho secretaty of war called upon all depart
ment commanders to report the names of
persons acilng as post-traders within tho
limits of their command, witness pro
duced the book of the department In re
gard to post-tradtrs applications, and tcBll
lied that Evans was recommended by all
tbo ofilccrs nt Fort Sill. J. O. Dent was
appointed post-trader at Fort Union. Thero
were about 100 posts throughout tuo coun
try. Not moro than two of them had
moro than one trader. Witness under
stood I hit tho order of March 25, prepared
by Geu. McDowell, was for tho purpose
of correcting tho abuses complained of In
the New York Trlbuno article. '1 he part
irrnnhs In tbu order, according to my un-
vention. Htandlng botoro them his mind county court. Ha Mid Mr, Illco was a " V Uerald ha a not l irainsenou S"upn NI5W lfIim..M hour. t name unknown,
spanned a chasm ot fifty years, during I gentloman well known to tho people ol the 1 its editorial itaffnot to mako o serious At iiUDBABD'fl. n"'u,luo
lrom the report of the secretary of war.
It was dated November 20, 1875, calling
attention (o tho law providing for tho ap
pointment of post traders, suggesting thai
a law be passed giving the appointment ol
suttlers to tbo depirtment commander.
Major N. B. McLsughlln of tho tenth
cavalry testified that bo had been a member
of the council ot administration nt Fort
Sill and recommended tho rcnppolntmenl
of John 8. Evans as post trador there.
A short time ago the managers Irqtilrcd
what the defento proposed M prove by this
Mr. Carpenter said they proposed to
show that Evans wa3 n good business man
nnd a man of Integrity. Tho managers
agreed to admit the fact.
BrIg..Geu. C. C. Angur, cx-Governor
Ralph I). Low of Iowa, senators Allison
and Wright, Brig..Geu. Kuger, superin
tendent, West Point, Brig-Gen. I. V.
Bennett, chief of ordinance, Brig.-Gen. A.
A. Humphries, chief engineer corps of in
spection, Gen. If. B. Marcy, judgo advo
cate, Gen. Wm. McKco Dunn, and rcprc
senlalho Kascon testified to the good
character of the defendant previous to the
event now under consideration, nnd that
his administration of offices of collector
and intcrual revenue and tccrelary of war
was characterized by Integrity nnd justice.
Mr. Carpenter bete moved his applica
tion for a postponement, but without not
ing thereon the f enatc ns n court of Im
peachment adjourned, and rcBumcd legis
Mr. Hamlin moved to take up the post
routo bill so as to have It unfinished bust
ness to-morrow ; agreed to.
Mr. Wlndom, from tho committee on np
propriatlons, reported lavorably on the
scnato bill providing for the construction
of the Washington mouumcnt ; placed on
tho calendar. Adjourned.
Mr. Harris, chairman of tho committee
on elections, reported a resolution In the
Louisiana contested election case, declaring
Darrcll the sitting member, entitled to the
seat ; ndoptid.
Tho liouso then proceeded to consider
the bill declaring the country north or tin
North Platte river and cast of the Big
mountains open to exploration and scttlt
Mr. Mason moved to reconsider tho bill ;
Mr. Thornburg reported back a bill ap
proprlatlng 6200,000 for the construction
ot military pests on Mussel Shell and l el-
lowstone rivers ; passed
Mr. Harris, from the omtnittee on naval
affairs reported a b 11 relating to tho pro.
motion of commodore1) on tho retired lis
of the navy. It provides that the been
tary of the navy may promote to the rnnl
of rear admiral on the retired list, In addi
tion to the nine allowed by law, commo
dores who have peiformid d'Stlngui.h. d
service, or wlm, being at the outbriak o'
tho lebelllon cliizena of any fta o engagii
therein, exhibited fidelity and udaering t
tho flag of tho Union; passed.
Mr. Hewitt, from tho committeo on
foreign uffairs, rcporled back a resoiutioi
dcclarlug the action of Robert A Schcnck
while United States minister to England.
iu becoming a director of tho Emma mint
company, and his operations in connectiot
with tlio shares of said company and ven
tures thereof, as Ill-advised, unfortunati
and incompatible with the duties of his po
altion i adopted without discussion or dis
The speaker laid beforo the lmusoT
communicatiou from tho Argentine con
gress congratulating the congress of thi
United Slates on the event of tho United
States having reached its centennial ; re
ferred to tho committee ou forcigu nilalrs
Tho bou'o then went Into committee oi
tho whole on a bill for protection of tut
Rio Grande frontier from cattle thlevesacd
maraudcis from tho Mexican side of the
Speechej pro and con wero tnnde bj
Messrs. Townshcnd, Stevenson, Culbersot
nnd Harriiou. after which the commlttet
rose- without action.
On motion of -Mr. Banning tho senate
amendment to the bill in rotation to the
leave of absence of array officers was con
curred in. Adjourned.
London, July 12.
Tho steamship Italy has arrived from
New York. '
In tho house of commons this afternoon
Mr. Stnytho's bill, closing Irish public
houses on Sunday, passed In afccoud rend.
mi? without division. Tho government as
scnls to the bill, but will propose amend
MAnniD, July 12,
Congress lias passed tho ministerial plan
for tho settlement of national debt.
DISllARI.t "IIOSSINO THE JOll."
EoiNiiimoii, July 12
Tho Scotsman's London correspnudent
says : "I have occasion to believe lhat the
direction of foreign affairs has been to a
large extent taken by Disraeli Into his own
hands. Lord Derby !e now playing eo
secondary a part In tho foreign office us to
excite comment In official circles."
Shooting Hib Wife's Paramour.
Ithaca, N. Y., July 12.
This morning Theodore Deschner, a
Prussian gunsmith, shot anil killed An
drew Smith, n cartmau, for nlltged Im
proper Intimacy with bis (DcEchncr'sjwife.
Tho ball enteied Smith's right breast, caus
ing his death In CO years. De6chncr de
livered himself to the authorities Immedi
ately after shooting.
Wasiiinoton, July 12.
The commissioners for tho district of
Columbia having justj examined the bocik3
of J. D. Wilson, treasurer for tho district,
who unceremously left the city two weeks
ago, have discovered that lie is a neiauuer
to tho amount of between 4,0,000 and
37,000, which Is fully tccutcd by responsi
Drowned While Bathing
Amsterdam, July 12.
George Strong of Port Jackson was
drowned this morning while bathing In tho
canal near that place. The body has been
recovered. The deceased was 20 years of
A 8200,000 Embezzlement.
AuiAsv, July 12
C. Adams Stevens, vice-president of the
Albany nnd Greeubush bridge conumny,
Has been arrest! d on a charge of embpzz1
nr S200;COO worth of bonds of tho com
Denarturo of the Great Brazilian
New Yoiik, July 12.
The emperor tf Brazil, empress ntd
sulle. tailtd for- Europe lo-day In tlo
Cuuard steamer Hussiu. They wero mot
nt the dock by promineut Brazilian offic
ials, including the mlnrstcr and wlfo lrom
Washington, tho consul-general, secretary
of legallou, centennial commissioners and
others. Gilmoro's band played Brazilian
and American natloual hymns on the dock,
nnd the emperor nnd his paity embarked
amid loud cheers. When passing down
tho bay, tlio Cunarder was saluted by two
American men-of-war, aud it was replied
to bv tbo Brazilian corvetto anchored in
The Yale Four-oard Crew
New Haven, Conn., July 1'-
Kennedy, Kellogg and Wood ot ihe
V-le unlvertby eluht will probab'y be
bree of a four-mrcd crew to pull at Sara-
Saratoga, July 12.
Gov. Tilden has engaged rooms at the
Uniled States hotel, and cornea In the
FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL.
New York Stock and Honcv Harxet.
NUT YAKS. July 12.
Money Is easy ateasx percent.
Ii Una mt rcautt piper a5 prr en t.
sterling exihaLge steady ui 483 a 491.
i. old ouened at illK. and closed at l,l',.wlth
sa'es In the Interim uttbe b Hk .re-..
(..'leannsfi at tnu uoiu i-xcnangociiivii,) v.
UUstcm receipts, h.iuj.
Treasury dtsbuiseniviits, J32,C00.
Mate bonds quiet mid nominal.
It illrcud bonas stroiii,- anil netfe.
Stocks oiened Urmer, advancing "-.(Sl ir
cent. The general market was dull ex' "
wtistern tnion, amiuoseu at a dcciinou
'i he transactions lnstccks ro-day a.'iri 'at-
ed 62,40 shares. Tho principal aaliubsweru
is roilons :
Lake Shore, is.otj ; wrsie-rn tnion, io.sou.
(lold c oscd at tll'.Slll.V.
Money dull bt u
sue bonds nominal.
Hio Is du 1 and steady.
The following aro tneeloslne; quotations i
0. M. cs "31 rog lisjillarlcm 1"!
u. s. cs coup.-.iw uo prei j-i
J. s.5-203 '6-1 coup. Michigan Central 4'.''4
O. S. twos 'M old. UGVI'jnama :u
U.S. O-20S or, new.. ni', union i-acino c.
a. s. a-sosW lie1-, Lako Shore Mich
es. 6-2WM Kl'i, lean Southern... M
U. S. Dsuew llTi-i IllluiilsCcntral... 97
U.S. io-40sreg....iii;iiuieveianu mii-
u.S. 10-403 coup... lis-. i burs 92
Jurrcrcy Oh lkSHiChlcago & Korth-
V, L".UT11 4.-
d: eref to
bus k ( in 4.1
N.J. Central 1.
Hock Island u ,
MIL A St. I'aul 4' ,
do pra ;
Fort Wayne lu n
do pr, I..HS'
Del., Lack. & West. il n
c. n. a t) ill
UiinnlbJl.t St. Jo
Central Tactile... lot
Union l'acino lean,
do short. 9l
Delf ware and Ilud-
'jonsouaaiea con. 4u
Western Union TO-
do pref... is
rac'Uo Mall 25V
Aiaim impress,,, uu
wens, r anjo uo. sc,4
imericun ji. u. i.x-
United States Ex.
Now York Ci'ntral
andlJ. 11 u
do pref 19
JIc. liKANsiioRO, III., July 12
Tho republicans of this district yeslcr-
day nominated 11 Benham for congress.
Cincinnati, July 12.
The republicans of the fourth district ol
Indiana havo nominated Leonard bcitoi
for congress. The democrats ot the ninth
district have nominated Geo. Mc illlam
and the democrats of tho sixth district D
W. Chamfler for congress.
As it Should Be.
New York, July 12.
Tho Oraneemen's soclelus went on f
nicnic tn-dav to Svlvnn grove. A parad
was nt first contemplated, but waa abai
doned, many piefernng a picnic N.
demonstration whatever took plsrc, ant!
uverythlng went off quimly. Dilegatu
from eacu lodgo In this cpy went to fhiia
delphia yesterday, to tako part In the pro-
How the Democratic) B jgus Retrench-
ers Treat workngmen.
Nbw Yoiik, Ju'y 13.
Tho navv denartnunl hat sent out a i of.
Ilclal order suspending v.ork at ih various
nrlvaio yards in Now Yi.rk, Ilrooklyn,
Philadelphia, CLe-tcr, Jiostm, rrovi. encu
nnd elsewhere on Irouclud. owing lo tuo
absenco of any appropriations for tils kind
ot work In tha mwly pi s ed nnvy bill.
Ottawa, Oat. July 13.
Tho laboicrs cmplojot ou Uu g vern
ment buildings sirusk yt sterdsy for 41.25
ner diem. They bad been receUIng $1.
i. ...,ii.. (ran nrl n rpmedv tho TIibv nf.rrwsrrts fttttm. ted to ra so a dis-
ui-ieiuuuiu-j, tiv.w .......... . .
chamei Iu thJ srtlclo. tutbance, but tho Olici imoricreu auu u.
The defense hero submitted an extract I poreo J the crowd,
New York rroduce Market,
unw Yohk. July 12.
flour Itccclrils 13.272 Unrrels. Tho maket
Is strongly In buyen' favor wl'h a moderate
Innuiry. uraaes vast are unuiu iu e-y 'u uiu
uoi weather nre strongly pressed for sale.
-ales or 15.000 uirreisno. 2ai S2uw2 jo, super.
1uo western and state at 13 myH uu ; com-
aaon to good extra western uud slato -t
(4 O0i34 75 ; good to choice- do. nt f4 J.I&4 7. ;
lonuuuHlo choice white wheat western extra
at 5 tOio fancy white wheat western extra
It f u l ; coiumuu iu tMru uiiiu ni,
14 41MOIS; common to choico extra St Louis
nil uovjsSi; I'aleul Minnesota extra good to
prime at fs BOSH 60; choice to double extra.
.osterday's quotations una the markt-t closing
hsat Receipts 217,52 bushels The market
Is decidedly lower. rrccls out of or er and
unsaleable, salea of ts.ouo bushels nt 91 ,
f. I4c lor ungrnoed spring; il 05 fur .no. 2tui-
for N. 2 Chlci go j It oii! 0 fur .No. 2 M iwu.
eo ; sOujil 10 ur ln,er ed wi st rn ; St 24 fur
tmber Sllcugan ; ti voiur auiucr ut-i -ui ,
sc. 1 Mieb ijtsna, t 21 ntd, hem t il i4i 55
CORN. Heel llilb 1S3.712 Ulisuelh. j 111-uj.u hl't
is tuily 1c loer. m.uulth u limited d nmnd.
1 Ilea Ol HO.VU UU lieis III iui mutt..
.Vesicin nnxeu ; r-iaio wr siiuim ncaun
nixed; 65c fur graded mixed i Or turtiiaued
n.i!5Iuiur eluded H utner JcllOrt : 63vjMO
fur ungraded weetni mixed.
UATB. lieceiUlt. 4 u,wv w,.o..v.r., ...... v.
s nuuled at being I tint luwcr a- u heavy,
wi. ul 04,oo buuus a Ssjisih. loi he ltd;
s.t4lo to. uilxmi western aim suf , the la, ie.
ur euoleoj 843420 fur wane , indu-dus re-
e.ted ii. Siivo; Jew " " ,7. "V,
ew i un iu. ,.m.w v - . -- , - -
ltii3 Ihe ratruet 13 quoted dull at Of
.0c for shipping.
Hues. jittikui is quotod as being quia t S
lie for eamern and western; llnis New
uik mate; imiso lor nouduut Cailiorniuns.
COVKKK. IUC umlKel III) Itll If M' l 8
w. g quiet and In air demaLd ut 16Vis,o
old iui e rguea ; 16U.4 OHc i;oid tor j u iui.
. coin. Tin. sugar ui u.n is quuieu us ueiijg
inlet aud veri lluu al8',ti8,e lor f .lr to good
vnulug ; b.vc tui prlnu.
Uouosia.-Tu. iiMiKci for grocery grart.'K Is
.uuieu us bilnw' quiet at 40u65c for l'ono
ilco ; 3M45 tur Lugllsh Isl mil .
ItltK. Maaki'i ! quuio- us quiet andsfodv,
"trniins M s-Qtc; Luulsiiu.ii at r-sio; Ita
goon at oaojrc.
I'svnoutCJi. Tho market Is quoted as bt Ing
irtu. aifb of crude i, M(o , renneu at 16 u ;
cases at n'itc ; nuptha. K),o.
I'AUxiw- im uiui&ei quuied dull and heavy.
8 ilea ol siu.eoo lbs ul 8 5-iCc
t.uus. i ut market 1 lower ut 16c
ior state and reuubjtvonlai isxiil&c toi iuit
ern. foax Tho market Is mm; new mess nt
J.0820 10 ; extra", prime, tn 15.
lull-. The luaikct is quuitd as being dull.
Lakd The maratt la luwer, eli'Slni; heavy.
Sales of prlmo steam at f II O- I81U2V
Ucttkk "llio market is quuieu us wing
heavy at 1S2M for new western ; l.vjsu ior
chkiisk Tho market Is quoted as felntf
unsettled at 4(10ii tor common to prime.
Whisky Tim market is quoted as being
quiet ai l 13
UHUAltl) baa the CllOIvtbT CON.