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COIiXTMBtTS. OHIO. rHURSDAy MORNING, JULY 3, 1862. S. M. PETTENGILL & CO., - No. 37 Park Row, New "York; and 6 State f. if. .Street. Boston. .-' p,' , .'ai cut agenlt in those title t, and Bre-authQrUed to take .. V'j AdYtrtlaemeals end olrtpMotii for n M oi XwnMf ' irate. ' ' " ' THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. THE NATIONAL PLATFORM. Purposes of the War. " '! " CuHuaiBft ." '"' WM.WUIMW aum w '' ' 'lOUnimi BMOLDTIOI., WU1CB BBM" VOKW Of ' N. TtOK. KD I1TH1 Terjt BTAMMBB OF tOYAlTY I . " to !to prneplmibl. citII war hea been forced ' noon Um wintry by the dlaunlonttt of the ooolhern Dral5a.Tor"afm"agaii.a U.a Oonetlutional Govern menTendtn arms around the Capital! that in th s Nn-V- tional w.erfceocy Oongreee, bauUhiug all feeling of mm needon and reeenlment, will recollect only He J duty lithe whola ooantry: that thi is ot waged pari in any eptX. ' oppnuUm, or for any trarve of conauttt or eubfugatio or pvrpote of ; ; . JnUv or inlerSrtoff otM Ms right or Utah u . lutxxl MiHuioue of thoe oi, defend and tmiuUitU eromacy of Ihe (JonititiUio. and to I 1 menetheCion,mithUthedignUy,iUy;o I I UohJe 0 M teeera. Stat a wnimpoii-ad: and Aa at -c toon tw .A tbjtot are ncoop(iAl lAo war ought lOOKMa."; M.') CI 1 ' '- Campaign Statesman for 1862 :VTh Droorietors of the Ohio Statmm.K will blue Campaign Fp dnrlng the spnroaching acate uanrae, wi ue caucu . , , 0 . i THE CAMPAIOM UTA'riiHlAJIt .1 Thla naner will be devoted exclmivoly to tbe . 1 a " - f -' poMloatlon of matter designed to promote tbe metcM of aonnd conBtitiitional 4ootriDO and prlDOlples and the overthrow -of Abnlition- Rep jblloanlsm at the ballot box. " ' 7 ii .? xi,e firet nnmber of The Campaign Statesman " ' will appear on the 22J day of July, IBWI, and 'weekly thereafter nntll the Ootoher election. The prloo will be ae follows: " V t Slogle copies, 3 30cents.. ,l Clubs ot from 5 to 25 copies, 25 cents eich copy. Clubs Of from 26 to 50 ". 23 " '" 'Clobsof 51 copies and over, ..,,-; ;' to we address, -,.- 20 ";.;" ' , The above price will barely cover the cost, the "object being to put tbe paper at snch a low .i ' figure as to Insnre a general circulation through- " oat the State. . . , ' ' " Countv and Toiruabin Committees and Clubs "ii should send in their orders by the 17th day of - Jaty, 1863. ' The cash mnst In all cases accom 1 'r pany th order. ' . - . , " , , , . . . , Friends of oonstitntional liberty, go to work s.Kud give Th Campaign Stattman awideclr 'rJatk)n.c' Address, ' !,"r , '. " Jt;-;. , A1ANYPENNY & MILLER. , ry.i Publishers Ohio Statesman, a - v ' " " Colnmbns, Ohio. Delegates to the State Convention. i "A large number of the delegates' to the ', Democratlo State Convention, which will be neia in mis ony w-morrow, ars mumujum, ,r.nd .iher. are arriving by every train. The f . .o-Mcht .ill .11 be loaded 1! . .. . . ... . 1 ... ji down wlta delegates. 41 win. naaouoMjuij ue . the largest delegate Convention ever held In 'Ohio: . ;;-vj: ,'r . Col. Black, of Pittsburg. .1 !tt it . Col. 8amdil Wl Black, of the Sixty-second , f ennsylvania regiment, was killed in tb battle 9 before Richmond, On Friday last, together with the Lieutenant-Colonel and Major of tbe'eame regiment. 'h Col, Black waa tii son Pf.3.tv . JoanBuos, D..D., mWi fmd dlatidgoished "'8ewtei ftrtneand Pitrfvaeerr- Be was admitted ;v to the bar in 1833, and praetioe law tn' Pitto bug with great eacccM, until the bsginnwg ot the Mexican War, when be enlisted as pri vate In tbe First Pennsylvania, and wss after ward appointed Lieutenant-Colonel of the same regiment. 'ilo distinguished himself throngh out th war as an effioer and a soldier, and 'then returned to PIttsbnrg and resumed his Maw practice. . 1 . :l,w " r , ro . ,". . nwa eaeiegato jroui ms v-wuBieawwuai t District to the Democratlo National Coaven l r . 1 . XT . : nn 1 r...... tlon.ln 1856, when It was held (n CincilJaatj and we shall never forget the speech he delrv ered befor that bod knmediatoly after the an nouncsmeot of Bochakah's Domination, nor will antbodv elae who heard it. He was put for v - . r . . -i B f I- . .n wato, on oenau r euuejuauia, vt iwrjwuu ; the nomination, and to thank the Convention for H. It was on of tha most eleirant and elo qoent impromptn efforts ever mads on an occa sion like that. . .. i . ' Doiog the first year of BoohanaiCs Admin J Istratlon.lie was appointed one of the Territo : rial Jodees of Nebraska, and afterward Gover- , " nor. From this poition-he was removed by 7:,, Limoolst beoaos ha was a Democrat. He was ' oo of the first to volunteer to aid in puttiog down th great rebellion, and died at the bead of hi regiment while gallantly leading it in the thickest of the fight The War News of the past Week. ,ww. '' ? The war news received during the week end- l ing Wednesday, July 2, relate chiefly t the t ... operation and battle at or near Richmond. 1 'i i'Wi sfw a f Athffv Ifpmif '' GuerrDla parties have recently been perpetrat ing varioua outrages in. Tucker, Kandolpb, and th adjoining eonntles in Western Virginia. Fill Barbour, a notorious rebel, with bis band, on June 14, attacked a number of men who bad Baton Leaping Creek to organize tbe militia under th new Government; shot one man end look several prisoners. '", The week preceding, tb Sams gang mada . raid ia Hadol(h and Tucker eounties; doing considerable damage. It is stated i special dispatch from tluincy, Illinois, tbat the guerrilla parties which have been organizing in Missouri during laet winter, ar now prepared to take the field, being well armed and having a number of small cannon, f They Bumber. about nine" hundred.- A small ' party of State troops were attacked by a portion of this gang, on June 25, near Monticello, Mis oori, and eight were killed and several wound ad. Tb guerrilla loss was not ascertained. Date from. New Orleans to the 21at nit tat tbat four companies of th Twellth Maine Regiment, Colonel Kimball, had mad an ex- i'fedltiQA to Maodhao, where they broke up a ribel ancampment consisting of eighteen hun dred men, entrenched behind heavy guns. The rebels fled on tbe approach of our troops, leaving their guos, camp equipage, etc., be hind. What could not be carried away was de stroyed and the gun. were spiked. ', v. . A body of rebel cavalry attacked tbe first train from Msmphla for Corinth, on tb Mem phi and Charleston Railroad, on th 25th ult. Thy destroyed th looomotlv and oars, kill ed tea men and captured several ofGoars and ,, loldtar. ... .- ----- - - ' Advises from Whit river, Arkansu, report ... r . f n.iMnn H. i. ' vuimvui - r- rportcd ai having fallen back to near tb Mis- j sou! Hut ' " . ; t . t a lu, Vlrglitto, itat tt, r"" t . . " ..TTTTT i.t. (iauaral taswiOR", on tuuuu. "V'JV'..-undcr With a portion of hia brigade and av i7 Culoud To.ruN. naa s, . , - .i. ..ii... and enierew uiw "- (uruw F .u. ..v j.trfnla the (Luua) mat iiyiohu7 "- o - pickets and "capturing one. Four f0?""" the rebel cYlry who oocuplsd th Wwn, u i.....,.. - n,i cavalry pursnd them a at our aiijjiu-v - - '' i' mile out on the New Market road, wnen a .r - i.u nn. airwDrrea iDoeuom. mua wuiuw - , . nr. r- n.l.nnnra and WOUUded gevsret. iriwu"' J I OurloMWMMeUIUdMdibrMWOUiiaea- We .Uuded la oar lomm.rj U k to me battle oo Jemer Wod, Mtt hMleD- ' U took oUce at or near a Tillage, cuua eeoee- ,ionill.r.Tb.UoUedSUtetU.K.lUDdtGen. Bm. mdt the tuck oa tta morwng m m. 16th nit., nd eftei fonr honreieTer flgnting, our troope were, repulaed wltn , tne mm oi o tm-j -nndJ and mba off. Oar foioef retreftted nnder the eoer of lh looboate. GoneMl BH4, who, U U id, U to be iud- jected to a oourt martla!, for Ms riahnoi nd dlBobedienoe to ordere.ln kln be ttacK, j .t m Vfk with hit staff on Frld.j arriTu 7- - - mot. 1 no tiicuia iuiuuikuu t..!: tintwliMi and 4ftT men out 01 uriutilu5 uul' y : " th npaffflment ; Tha forcea reBoectively commanded by Major Generals Fkmomt, Bawks and McDowill, have boen consolidated under the name of tb Army of Vireioia. and M.ior General Pom assigned .v.ir ..mmuul.tba first armv corps to jy corps to " , i.n nnmmnnilnil h General Fiemont, toesecona HI IUV VUIV. - MV vva-a. . . it. k 1 z An as 1 byUenerai banks, ai.u iue t VVM'-- MoDowkll. After this arrngement was made, uenerai r mkort resigutu m eaia, ouiue appomiimuv i he outranks, as bis superior omoer.ana usoerai p.,,. irian. nf Wiannnaln. lata a Lieutenant in ,.v,va . - 1 the regular army, was appointed to the com mand of his'dWision: bnt General King declin ed the appointment, and it is now understood tbat General SiniL 1'SS been appointed 10 taae hfa nlaco. The official Hats of the loss sustained by the rebels at th battle) of Fair Oaks show tbat eiaktv five resimente and battalions in all were eDg.ged. Tbo following statement gives the toUl loss sustained by tb respective armies- Bebellois ...... J-897 Onion lot " '7JB f Differenre 158 ' Th. h.a hn dnrlne the est week a serios of Important movements and battles be- iore Riohmond. It aouoars that at nine o'olock on Wednesday mornlug, June 25, Gen. Hooxta advanced his division for the purpose of taking up a new po sition. The euemy occupied a swamp covered with thick underbrueh. A severe engagement ensued, which lasted till fonr o'clock In tbe af ternoon, when the enemy retired, and onr force occupied his camp- Gen. Hookii was materi ally aided In his operations by the arrival of two Napoleon 12 pounders, which were brought forward opportunely by Capt- D Rcrair, and served with tffcot. . The enemy made an at tempt to capture them, but was repulsed with loss. Our loss in killed and wounded is report ed at about two hundred that of the enemy is ...... w j , .i ot known, b L t is believed to .1 our MoCLt snperlntended the op- I aratl radons in nersod. There was a scries of bloody battles before Pichmond on the last three day of last week, of which we bav yet no accurate or connected details. , Tbe movements connected with these battles are thus described by the Cincinnati Tmws: ..' V i - . 1. .; M nnaitinn. frnntina Richmond from the Cblckabominy, MoClellan bad a long rear to protect, and th enemy were not long In as .ininv tha. thaw itould lnterrnot and annov hi, comsaanicat'toos, without mueh Uard to tkemselv.McClellan'a purp in the late contest, was to transfer bis rear from tbe Pa munkey to the James', bringing bis whole lores nca:?r K.z-zZmu, .nn nis waier ,dirntlv no to hia main M.1.4..WB..WHH O . - . . . m TnamnmnlMh thla ha veakenad hia right, tempting th rebels to throw themselves between him and bis supply depot on the river. Th.. hit at th bait, harled fore noon loroe against tbe weak point; were stayed and slangbt ered. bat puenea on, tne iianoua iorw Biring . A . . 1 . . : I .... . v. way, yet ngnung aeapenvsij, uuu m tawt uiw rebels turned the right, and made their way to . .... . 1 A. o j .1 a . . . ... 1 I . a . ... - . I tha Whita Honae. hut onlv to Unu tbat olOwlel . . AMrt-A Pamunkev. and had thrown . . . .1 v t Tk. hu mar tn tha Jamea river. Their tremendous i.i.nii.m hid Imbo mad a for naneht. Snch ia the movement'ss we understand it, and ifjsi are correct, it was a masterly one . - From the meagre-" confused telegraphic d;.natihaa which have com to band, there most hav beenaever fighting and terrible slaughter, especially on Thursday and Friday. Tb Fed era! and rebel foroes both fought with bravery and at times with almost reckless courage. The losa on each side mnst have been nearly rnual. aa it was at tbe battle of Fair Oak. But it ssem. Impossible from th conflicting re. porteio trm even jtn approximate estimate of whaUbat loss realTv was. . .. t ..- - ;.. We must wait with patience for farther and more authentic accounts. - In the mean time, it Is fair to presume, (bat General McClillah, in view of the recent movement and increased strength of the enemy, has don wisely In chanirtne: hia position. Bis line of defense, it seems is greatly shortened, and he is now in a situation to assume the aggressive against tb capital of Rebeldom. - ' '' '' 1 1 i I A Week in Congress. "i"" - . . m article relative to tbe purcnas by Congres of Gle Efl8ton' compllt!( of tb prooeedr lP,vf fwgt?, WwWp&JWM WiDNisDAT..Jun 25. In the Senate, the House bill for the appointment of an Indian agent in Colorado territory was passed. : ', In the Bouse, Mr. Brown, of Virginia, intro duced a bill for tbe admission of West Virgin ia into tbe Union, and for other purposes, wnicn was read a first and second time, and referred to tbe committee on Territories. .. ., ,. .' Thdiadat. June 2G. In the Senate, th bill In srant tha croooodi of Oerlaltt DUbliC latUlS tO aid in tbe construction of the Northern. Pacific Railroad, was passed. Th Senate resolved itr self Into a High Court of Impeachment for tbe trial of JudgHumplwe7. TbemembWthe Honae were Dreaenl and participated In the pro ceedings. f The accused was then summoned to aoDear. bnt no response being made, the wit nesses for th prosecution were sworn and their evidence taken. The impeachment was car ried, article by article, with tbe sxgeptlon of oBcifiaation in th sixth article, declaring him guilty of having confiscated the property of cit izens'. ? A resolution was then adopted declar ing the court of opinion that the accused be re moved from the office of Distriot Judg for th moved from the omce oi visinoi juogerar in !: " Liistrici VOWi oi me unaseu oiaiow iut iuo uis- trictof Tennessee, and that h b. disqualified from holding or tcjojing any office or honor, trust or profit under the United States. Judg- ment was then pronounced to (hat effect, and . .- j j:. ' ' . - . berifrom tb Court of Impeachment In the Senate, Mr. B!Dgham, on the part or the man- ara of the impeachment, reported tb pro- .. . i. 4.11 M. t i. eeeding and result, of the trial. i-Mr. Walton, I . , . m . . . 1 Of Vermont, vuervu (iiwwuiuia auu toiuiuuuu, I y.. it . . - . . fl(claring,m nec(, ma . repori- or N- V,k Tribune. Who nt to that oaeer an I I; provlding for the establishment of a national Hanging Rook iron and coal re .... . . 1 1 . . . 1 . ti . ..i.iir...a annniAa u renorir bv ane uuudvi - "... and dlrotlug th Jociciary xommine. i iw fMU b,, ,nd reiolo, t,on .dooted by a toto .M02 against 8 --- . - . ... 01.-. FiDAT,June in in Dnie, iur. Biitni nnon lu uow nver. ui iu junctions of th Big Sandy and . , ,. , isciaio river wim vmv, nu-u r 4 . tk. nnmmlttaa nn IW1CS 0J 11 tine, ruiciicu w v MUiUry Affair tod tbe MUitia, .od, ordered d , w BeBbeii of c,,,,-,,,. ,ny tfflCM of the GoTernment from s.M,nnn fororocnrlnB eontraole. ' Government, ... -m mske fte bm ,pply t0 thoae eompeBMtloD, or ooL.ider- . oontracl, office, or pleoe, end then " ? ' : - wM ptinclpaiif 0(lfla . oomm(tWe of lhe Whola on lhe Trlff J . ,m Mond.T. g4T0D4, June38iDthe Senete, one hund- . ' . , .v.k.xi. r snd txlJ OOIOIM reporw ut un u...v n....i t rooontna. . ine nooaw . . . bill for th relief of tb Panama Railroad com n.. annronrlatine 47,475 for transportation, ... naaaad. Th bill (3. No. 342) for the establishment'of certain national arsenals was ooneidered In committee of the Whole, it proposes to establish a national arsenal at Co- ' . n. . . r.unannlla. Indiana: and at tUliAUU VIA IV J WW 1 ... ; ,,.,. ... .u. KQOV IfllftDQ. llUDUlBt IUr .UV Uwava. MM.-r 1 1 . -f .rmg ind other munitions of war, ana appro- Wa nnn(Jred tn009aDd dollars for the pnrp08e 0f carrying th same Into enect . Tbe'House was not In sesBlon Monday, June 30. In th Senate, the bill (S. No. 342) referred to in Batutdaj' procsed ingf, to establish certain national arsenals was passed. .- , ' ' . ' ' v In the Bouae, oonaideratlon of the arUole in the New York Triiiins in regard to the .iWiornw (Gales St Seatoo) printing job, was transferred from the Judiciary committee to a special cojn- miUee. .' . .. i ' -. - ToctDAT, July 1. In tbe Senate, the army appropriation bill was amended and passed The Senate refuied to limit the number of eol diets to be enlisted to seven bundred and fifty thousand. Mr. Wade's bill for tbe admission ot West Virginia was taken up. Mr. Sumner urced his amendment forbidding alavery in the new State, and read extracts from Wtbiter'e speeches against the admission of any more slave States under any pretext Mr. Bale said Web ster, iq his later ani perhaps wiser years, bad repudiated every thing said lu those speeches. Mr. Wade defended the bill as originally In troduced. Bs said It virtually abolished slave ry In the new State, but admitted the danger for two more slave Senators, and said a very llttl slavery in a Stat was sufficient to make Us pnblio men rampant for tbe institution. On motion of Mr. Feseeoden, the further consider ation of tbe bill was postponed. : ; In the Hooso, the tariff bill was amended and naeeed. The modifications of the Test Oath bill, , agreed npon by th committee of Conference; were adopted, Having been adopt ed bv the Senate on Monday, tbe bill will be- oom a law as soon as th President approves It. , There ia a clause In It exempting tbe Pres ident from It provisions. Tb bill for ship canal from Lake Michigan to tbe Illinois liver, was laid on tb table, which la considered a aeallnt it fate. Tb bill proposing to pay loyal person! for tbe damages they may bav sustained from the movements oi our armies. was postponed till the second Wednesday In December next. g m i . ,t. Taxation and Abolition. -i Thnnak tha war ereatai a neceaaitt for hish- er taxes tban the American people have befor known, lu peopi can nau uv pprcwiaw ioib necessity, and ttmf will enesifiiUy pay th taxes if th nan fl aasnranM ot two thlui-a: 1. Tbat th war shall bs cosduoted to its end for the simpl legitimate ooject lor wnion n was commenced ; 2 That wast and profligacy and oorruotioa:' in tb public expenditures shall cease, 'and that such expenditure shall be made with the strictest eoonomy consistent with energy and efficiency in the prosecution of tbe war. " Nothing can so muoh cripple the ability of tbe people to pay tbe taxes as to divert tb war iAjitimLM--nfirirt f.avhfnh ft waa oommsncwd to tb illegitimate object of aboli tlonlsm. Whatever reduces tha wages of labor reduces the ability of the people to pay taxes. Slavery cannot bs abolished in tbe South with out throwing into the North an Immense negro population wuicu wiii uwviuw vuuipwhitura ui white labor, reducing prloe to the itarration point, : Illinois, to be sure, has opposed a bar. rier to the coming of this population, but sur rounding Stale bav not, and she would henoe suffer about a much from the competi tion a they. Nor doe th evil itop here. The surplus of labor would create tbe necessity for mor taxes to support tbe laborers who conld not support themselves. Praotlcally tbe redun dant negro population would have to be sup ported by. Increased public taxes levied upon reduced prices of labor.- , Wo say nothing of the demoralization of.so oiety and the declin In the valna ot property always consequent npon the presence of a large free negro population. Our suggestions have rsfereno only to tbe present question of taxa tion. ; The people of th country can bear, or they will try to bear, tbe taxes necessary to carry the war to a legitimate termination. Tbey cannot bear the taxes whioh will com to them if th war shall bs used for ' tb abolition ol slavery, it., i . Tb people must not wan until tn gigantio all ahall ha nnon them ther mnat taka tha alarm now, and tbat alarm must move them to the consideration of th aboolute-necessity of a revolution in Congress at tiiev ensuing elections. Delegates to the State Convention. r Th following delegates to the Democratic State Convention, have been elected In tbe counties named below: f nnnu rT.nr MAtham. f.!. nmnaa Charles Hoy, Dr. J. N. Fellows,. J. M. Bait, Judge Wm. Sample. ; i i , i- Haiso". P. Donahue, J. M. Estep, Wm. 3 T.rfiABi Pi!lnF.nfT Jnhnitnnl E. B RrnnRon. A. L. Backus, L. B. Lathrop, A. V. Scebbins. aVVw wiwim""w - . n a n . i a mr n its W. W. Howe, J. C. Clotz, W. Colburn, J. G. laham, C. Lathrop, F. Warren, John B. Meyers.- " " . Noili Edward Bnrson, John Homao, B. F. Spriggs, Wm. Clymer. - - - . ; Maine Democratic State Convention. A Democratlo Stat Convention waa held at , , , ... ... BanRor. Maine, on Thursday, Jan 26th, whioh - . . ,.n i. .i . . I8D( lh. perUool national crisis, to yield a reai Bd unwavering support to tha Govern ment in all necessary and proper efforts to sub- rina tha axiatinw rahallion and vindicate tha every loco oi wrnwrj ui iuw vuivsu wnw Arso'eerf, That our army and navy er entitled to the warmest gratitude and support or every M fo,tbeir Mlf worlfloiog effort In behalf 'ur common conntry, ana inaawowiH resisi all mrtkWtl ina .fforU to tbi. WMf0, . . ... . . . i me union into a crusaae iw negro cmaocipa lion. - ." """"-- V"' V."'""- or tui otate, wno concur witn u m in jura glAog declaration of sentiment, to unit with n on th levAtioo of men to cfflulal plac who WW ,ronc wlAtbssoHntlmont. Retolvtd, That we cordially approve of tb patriotlo oourae of the brave Gen. MsCIellani that we admire his genius and skill as comman der of our army, and that our wbol heart ar Interested in his success befor Richmond. Tbat we view with detestation and acorn tbe wicked attempts of ohemlng politicians to un dermine and weaken him and nis army in their bravo effort for th vindication ot tb Union. Tbe Convention then nominated Gen. Chablm D. Jamison for Governor, and adjourned with threo cheer for the nominee, three for General Gio. B. MoClillan, and thre for tb army and navy. ..., .: v.' t Wool Trade in Clarke County. Th Springfield (0 ) iVete gives tbe follow ing items oi tne wool trade in that section: Over fir hundred and fifty tbonaand (550,000) pounds of wool hav been bought by Springfield buyer in this county. - Messrs. Foos & Co. (which firm is composed of Wm. Foos, O B. Foos, and H. M. .Shepherd) have purchaoed two hundred and fifty thousand (250,000) pounds. Messrs. Rabbits & Foo (oomposed of w- itaboits and John coos) bav bought about on nuuarea and seventy-rive tbonaand (170, 000) pounds. Messrs. Clark & Breiher (firm composed of C. M. Clark and John D. Clark) have bought over one hundred and twenty-five thousand (125.000) pounds The average price per pound baa been about forty-two csnta (0.42) per pound fjr good Merino and grade wools. The wool has come into market in better con dition than ever before. - Sine sheep owners ean proteof themselves beforehand against dogs, there will probably be an inorease in the quantity of wool grown In the county. As It is now, Clarke is probably the banner wool-pro-duoing county in the State of Obio.r , By tb foreeoine flsures it aoDoars that $231.- 000 in oaeh baa been paid out to farmers in Clarke county wjtbinjbe past few days I Death or Jams Elliot. EQ. James Elliot. Etq , a well-known member ot the Bar of this city, died at the McClure House, In Wheeling, 00 Sunday morning. He had for a long time been in failing bealtb, and bad joined tbe army 01 Virginia as tbe Qaxttie correspondent, in nopes to recover it. Here be contracted lnnam matory rheumatism and camp fever, from tbe tffoots of which he died at Wheeling on his way home. Tbe funeral took plaoe at tbe residence ot Uaniei Miaaiecou, ave miles out oo Uole ruin pike, at half paat two o'olock yesterday alter noon uncianait anqutrtr, July Kd. Local Matters. Objikvamci or the Fitam Some of onr merchants and business men have signified their Intention to close their stores and places of business to-moirow, tb Fourth of July. P. trrotism would teem to demand, in our country' present exigency, tbat Ibis extmple should be generally followed. Clinton Bark. Our Information as to an as slgnment made by the Clinton Bank of this city, as stated In yesterday's (Wednesday's) paper, was incorrect. No assignment has been made. Mr. D. W. Deshler baa simply bought rnajcri tycf the stock. Tb business of th Bank will cootinus as usual. ST Lieutenant Thomas C Floyd, of Conipa. ny G, Firat Ohio Artillery, committed suicide in his room at the United State Hotel in this city, on Tuesday last, by shooting himself In tbe head with a pistol, Be had been on a sick fur lough, and waa wailing for a discharge on ac count of disability. Be was formerly a resi dent of Cleveland, and leave a widow and children b Maumee City. JTT We see it' staled that Rer. Austin Craig' of Blooming Grove, New York, bas been ap pointed resident of Antlocb College, at Yellow Springs, Greens oouoty, Ohio, In plaoe of Rev. Thomas Bill, D.D., resigned. Tui Pioflc au CoauNQ W learn tbat on yesterday (Wednesday) two wagon! started from Seneoa county, with fifty persons on board bound route for the State Convention to be held in this bity to marrowi- This is coming to the Convention in old fashioned Democratic style". -Ws hear of ear loads upon car loads of the people coming op hither to the Convention on the Fourth. Tbe people will be here in their strength, Social Picnic The Young Men' Sodality Society of 8t. Patrick' Chnrch will give a Social Pionio to-morrow (Friday), July 4, at the County Fair Grounds. Rer. Mr. Kop pioger, ot St Patrick's, will deliver so oration. Hawks' omnibuases will run to and from tb Giounds daring th day. Arrangement hav been made for having a truly social, patriotic and festive time. Col. Massow hoiailt Diad. In a general order, Issued by Brigadier-General Stevens, dated Headquarters Second Division,' James Liland, S. C, June 16th, we find the following: In congratulating hia comrades on their heroio valor and constancy on thai terrible field, tbe commanding Oajneral of tb d'vision, bas not words to express ou and your grief at the sacri fices that nave been jnade. Uui best and truest men sleep the eleefy'Jiat knows no waking. Their1 dead bodies la, ''-the enemy's parapet. Church', Pratt, Cottrel Morrow, Hortob, Hitchcock, and matr pliant and noble men we shall see nuiuiw x It is feared that Morrow, ilei in tha above paragraph, is Col. Isaac Marrow of this city. Personal Property in Franklin County for 1862. . lit Ward ...... $269 310 Sd ' 1,015132 3d " " 836 815 4th 430 34 ,' 3th " 111865 Incorporated Oempanles In Colambui. . . 396,071 ToWIIIHin Montgomery 849141 ' MuIUod ' 415,885 Hamilton 839 158 Truro 101718 Jefferaon - IW 830 Plain 124.5i3 Mifillo -' 13W.5H5 Clin ion i 9i3 ?ll " Perry ,-,183 457 Sharon ' 849 509 Blendon ..... , Its. 160 Waahlogton - ' 7u8 ' Norwich ... ,.. - 119 700 Frabkun ' 356 2nd ' Brown..... : 93691 Prairie..., 216.254 Pleuaat. 151 47 " Jeoktoo.... : 187.3U - a e " aati1 ,tf7,e3,734 Franklin Cooktt'b PaoroRTioit or thi Rail road Abssssm ints. Th following I tb pro portion of Railroad Assessment allotted to this county by tb County Auditor, under tha late Railroad tax law: ' ' . : ' ., V V" ! Oorombui Xenla Road. .. . Cleveland a Ooiumbae Boa, .317,800 . 810 HKI ,." 94ir77 , 4H.058 Cent al Obi Road Columbus Fifua.. ............ ' - .-t ' ' ' 'j(J70,ll3J Ther Is about thirty-fir thousand dollati assessed vain of rsal fstat of tb Colnmbns ot Xeni Road, on th duplicate, which I not Inolnded in th above statement. . Thla will place on tb duplioat thll year seventy-fife thousand dollars over and abort tha return made by the earns Roads last year. ' ',' CariTAL UmviiaiTT CoaatcKcmiirr; Tb Sixth Annual Commenoement of Capital Uni versity occurred yesterday, July 3, and was at tended by a large number of th friends of ad ncatlon and good scholarship, from this olty and from abroad.-li was an occaaloh of great In terest, and wa highly appreciated by th largt audleno la atteadaoe. ..Tha oration of tbi member of the graduating' olaewere '.CTedlt. hi alike to tha and to their Ala Matet FhB What w taw and heard, w'i,'tlafia tat this Institution has an able and clilclest Fac ulty, t- ,'v . fK . Th programme of CammeBoement Day was aa fntlnar...' . ' t : 1 i Mualoj Invocation By tb President; Hymn English) Prajar English: Oration True He rolam,8amut)l Warenbals: Oration In Union there, ia 8trengtb, Andrew Hons; Oration- no true morality without True Kellaloo, Jo aepb Beck; Music; Oration Dis Greuel des 0 os ken Dienstes,. Georg Baohmann; Oration Th Art of Printing and Its Result, A. Per cy Deemeri Oration Th-Real Student: a Student for Life, Albert Rotbacker; Music. Ad- ureeaei 10 Aiumni: verman Dy Kev. J. A. Sobnlse; English bt Rev. G. W. MeoblloK. Musln; Conferring Degrees; Presentation by Seoretary of Faoultv: Conferrlnsr bv President and Professor Scbmld; Baooalaureat Address oy tne t resident; Muslo; Prayer German; Hymn German; Benediction by the President; music. Tbe Exhibition of Bermean Literary Society of tb Unlversty cam off last evening, with th following "order of exerolaet;'? f , " Muslo. Prayer. Muslo. Salutatory. Mu slo. ; Oration Proerees of Invention: Andrew House, Lewisburc, 0. Oration Lseacie of Past Ages: Samuel Wagenhals, Clrolevllle, 0. Muslo. Oration Amerloan Patriotism! Al bert Rothaoker. Dovleatowo. O. Valedictory: Joseph Beck, Lancaster 0. Muslo. Awarding Diplomas. Music Benediction. MubIo. v , Thi EioHTr-EioHTH RiamEST This regi ment consists at present of seven companies. They are three months' men and are said to bs designed for State service only. Its present or ganization i as iolldws: ." J 0 1 Lieutenant Colonel Edward A. Bra .ton, of MoArthur, Ohio. Major George C- Crum, of this city. . Burgeon Alexander MoBrlde, y . - Adjutant John N. Champion, of this city. Quartermaster Calvin P. Humphrey, of Hu ron, Ohio. Company A No Captain appointed to suo ceed George C. Crura; promoted to Major; 1st Lieutenant, Albert Zeigler; 3d do, George H. Chose. Company B Captain, Daniel Brewer; 1st Lieutenant, Henry H. Fickle; 2d do., William Evan. Company C Captain, Frank C. Pray; 1st Lieutenant, Edwin M. Morrill; 21 do., Edward A. Bratton. i Company D Captain, J. M. Greene; 1st Lieutenant, John S. King; 2d do., William 8. Brown. Company E Captain, Thomas C. Rowles: 1st Lieutenant, Henry E. Bone; Si do., Samuel A. Slemmons. Company F Captain, John Pike; 1st Lieu tenant, Benjamin C. Jemeei 2d do , Amos Mar dis. Company G Captain, John B Weaver; 1st Lieutenant, Elias Thompson; 21 do., Patrick H. Copsland. . , . , '.' . Probate Court. Items of business transacted in tha Probate Court of Franklin county, Judge Albery, during tbe week ending Wednesday, July 2, 1862: Tbe number - of marriage Hocuses issued do rlug tb week is only four. The following accounts were filed for settle ment: .... ' ' ' The final aocount of Thomas Groom, Guard ian of Frederlo L. Groom; the final account oi Jacob Major, Administrator of John Major; the final account of John B. Reel, Administrator of John Biggy; th final account of Thomas Adams, Administrator of Wm. Barbe; the third account of Tnoma Groom, Guardian of Fergu son M. and Semantha A. Groom, and the first account of Wm. Rowe, Administrator of Lor en i Winncsdaufer. The wIU of Watson Williams, late of Pleas ant township, deceased, was admitted to pro bate. Bis widow appeared In open Court, and elected to take under tb will. Vinoent Butsoo, Assignee of Moor & Good win.ol Reynoldeburg, filed tn Inventory amount ing to about $7000, and was ordered to prooeed to sell. On the application of his mother, John Got- lltb Hobschnelder, a minor, was sent to tbe Reform Sohool Farm. The last criminal term of the Probate Court was held on Tuesday last all the cases on tbe docket, six in number, were dismissed by the Prosecuting Attorney. Frederlo Beck waa appointed Administrator of Christian Eager; and Grace B. Forrester, Guardian of Mary, John and Jeunett Forrester. Aixotmsbt Fond. The 'entire allotment food or tmount of money tent by soldier to their families and friends, and received by the Auditor of this county, since the 1st of March last, is $18,335.76 -all of which ia distributed except $348, ;- . SoriaioB Coort Tiaais. Ordered, by tbe Court, that th terms of this Court for tb com log year shall be held as follows: Monday, Sep tember 99, 1862; Monday, January 5,1863; Monday, March 28, 1863, and Monday, May 19, 1863. Fourth of Juxt. In order to give ourselves and those in our employ an opportunity of eel ebratlng the Fourth, our store will be closed on that day. HEADLEY, EBERLY & RICHARDS. Thi Immortal "J. N." The Immortal "J. N.," so widely known a tbe greatest philos opher, aatirist and orator that ever lived, trans. TiAnjItnfl. t.m .1 ..nr., a rt Timmnath anAI. tha philosophical reasoning of Bacon, and the satlr- ioal powers of Butler, will present hi views on "Truth and tbe Union," tbi evening, in front of the American "Bokul, In this city. "J. N." has solved tbe mystery of this war its cause, and what will restore the Union. Turn outand help bear "th great pressure" he has so long withstood. ; ET There will be a Concert at Voswinkel's Garden, on Thursday" evening, July 3d. The Garden will be splendidly Illuminated. .'.. r . - ---: ' H7 For pure Wines, Brandies, Gins, Monon gabela, Rye and Bourbon Wlfiskles, call at La oelle Ross & Cp's, No. 224 Sth High street; sIbo, In store, a prime lot of low priced Whis ky. . Je241w. new advertisements; m. . rav, v i-.ir Mil IzS torn . toawBAiiss FAV & tvECHEAMEB ; ATTORNETB FOB C1IIQTA4TS. OtlUe, No. 1 IT, Carpenter' Balldlng, HUn Streety Colombo. OUIo. : ABB NOW FBI P BID TO FRO'IOCIB ALIi Omlate for resatont, Bouoty Land, Lost Horses, and other property. ;., . . .-. t ' , - ZSoLXxty Money, and all arrears ot pay lor Widows ot Heirs or ooeasd BoMlera, ; . . "J '. .. . Back pay dae reeignea uw n ana aitcaargco soldiers, INVAXJ33 PENSIONS. All Offioere and Soldiers of th ar with Great Britain. th Indiaa wart or th war with Mtale . who were wound a, dltaaeed or otherwise disabled, while la th service of tb Called Btaiaa, , ABB ENTITLED TO PENSIONS. . .Mtea whs here become disabled while either in the three months', or dura yean' aerviet la thla p rated "Bounty money for inch u bar beta dl-eharged for wouodt or olerMt oonir.cttd wh le lo-the terrice . . dnileot til mthtary eUlat aaalott tUe Catted States, or ny or te neaiera oiatee " - '--. wt snaaa no euanea uuvi wm oiuu i ouue-wu. ' Apuiyoraddreat FV HBBhMaatla, ' o. 1 17 Oaipet tot's B ullilng, High Street, Colaabul, JnjJ-Sd. r..;, I-. .:(.... i. DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. Friday, July 4th, 1862. ROOMS OF THE DEMOCRATIC STATE CENT. COM., COLUMBUS, May 14, 1862. T the Democracy of Ohio, and aU Ars in lavor of Ou Union as it hnebten, and the QtneMu- tionat It it i rYon are hereby notified that tb Democratic State Central Committee bas designated rn dat, tbi Foorth Dal or Jolt, 1862, as th time for holding the , next Demooratlo State Convention, in tbe clty'of Columbus, for tbe purpose of nominating a candidate for each of tb following offices, via : ' . . ,. v ' Judge of the Supreme Court , , : , Secretary of State; , :; AUomry General; : f School CommUeioner; 1 ' i f : 1 ) Member of the Board of Publte Work. " Tbe Democratlo voters, and all others in fa ror of the Union aa it bas been, and tbe Constl tutlon as it Is, of th several counties within this 8tate, are respectfully requestea to prooeea to appoint Delegates to represent them In said ilnn. nn tha following basis '. On. Dele Bam fnr each eonotv. and an additional Dele gate for every five bundred votes cast lor Hon. litres t . JawiTT, lor uovernor, ai miw im uuw h.. alontlnn. and for every fraction ol two nun dred and fifty votes and over, oo additional Delegate. . ..... v . Tbe number ot Delegates to which eaob county is entitled, we have Indicated in th fol lowing Table : -.ir lewatt's Ho.-of, . Jeweti's no. or Counties. -Tote. . Del. Conn ties- Tote. Del. Adams - 1058 - - 4 Licking.... Logan.. A.. Lorain ' Lucas...... Had (ton.... Slahonlng .. Marlon... . Sled Ina... Mel. ..... Mereer.i... Miami Monroe .... Montgomery Morg.n .... Morrow .... Maikingnn. Noble...... Ottawa Paulding... Perry .' Ptokaway... Plk Portage .... Preble..... Putnam.... Rlehland... Bra Baedutky . . Holoto ..... Beneea...'. . Bhclby ..... Stark....'.. Pttomlt .... Trumbull... Tmoarawaa. Union Tan Wert.. Tin ton Warren .... Weanuigton Wayne..... Wlillama... Wood Wyandot... 358S 1347 507 833 564 . 1566 1479 1010 ' 1331 14t 1407 9133 4:409 1518 1401 3691 1899 543 117 IBM 8038 1581 558 1369 1165 : 8974 8580 185S 13U6 ' 8843 1450 3647 85t 833 8058 984 874 1104 1830 8655 8969 367 8H8 1568 8 4 8 1 a 4 . 4 3 4 4 4 S 10 4 4 8 4 9 1 S s 4 9 4 3 7 0 3 4 ' 7 4 8 3 S e 3 3 3 I e 7 8 . 9 ' 4 Allan 1H5S Ashland, i -1978 .U . 318 . 042 . 13S1 . .3138 . 2509 , . 3345 . . .515 - Aihiamla, Athene.. ., Augalie. Ilelmont . Brown. ... Butler..., Carroll.... Champaign. Clark Olernont... Clinton .... Columbiana , Coahoeton..; Crawford... Onyahoga.. 1288 1148 ' 8938 .-, 87B , 18H0 8478 8501 8803 8418 1118 -1437 834 3H8 857 . . 4821 871 851 ' -18 -1294 1968 .. 11814 " 1817 ; 1033 1491 668 8373 1487 , 8201 1VI7 1801 '1MJ8 198S , 135 . 469 . . Uarke Pedaooa.... Delaware... Kiie r airfield..; Fayette r ran kiln... rnlion..... Gallia Oeauga .... Oraene Oaernaey.. Hamilton.. . Baneoek ... Haralo Harrison... Henry Hlhland... Uooking.... Holmes .... Uaroa Jackaon.... JeOenon... Knox...... Lake Lawrenoe .. By order of th committee. WAYNE GRISWOLD, Chairman. AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary pro tem. Fxeah Lesions and Oranges Ca.Br Be found at tub BROS., ky tbe box or at retail. - WI4TT JunS8-dlw . .. - , Sheriff's Sale. George Goodrich et el.) Suoerlor Court of Franklin ti oouuij, unto. Jeremiah Smith et al. ) Bale la partition. ' Iff PURSUANCE OF AN OHDEU Of th said Court to me directed. I will offer for tale al the door of tbe Court Bouse, In the city of Oolumbns, 00 Saturday, tha 9th day of August, A. D. 1863, at one o'olock, P. II., the following described real estate, WWIK . , One hundred and fly acre off of the aonthwest qnar ttr of taction (10) township (9) range (18) of tha nnap proprlated lands In th milltaiy dtitrkt in Plain town- chip, franklin county, Ohio. Bald 105 aoret Is to be tola tnbjeot to ine aower or anna nmitn (wiaow or neory Smlin. deceeoed), which dower nu seen assigned AnoralMd at 96 00 car aera . Terms of Sale One third of the nurohaie money vaid on day of tale, one third In on year and one third in two yean, bearing mtereet rrom day or aaie, wiln mort gage on p rem 'let to secure deferred payments. u. M. uoUiiHt, Aiuirney. a. w. HTjrrMAN, Bherlff of Franklin Oo. 0. Printer'! fees, 15 85. . , .- . July S-dltfcwtd " ' " " Master Commissioner's Sale. Charles 8. Bet), I, 1 Doe. 3. pane 165 Superior Oou t, Franklin Wiluam?Bobertton i at at. County, Ohio. ui viuive vran unvbnwi ina JZ eald Court to ma directed. I will offer for sale at pnblio anetlon, at th d.wir of the Court Houae, in the city i uoituntmj, on Saturday, the 9th day , of August, A.. D. 1863, at on o'olock. D. m.. th followint detorlbed nal es tate, situate In tb county of Franklin, and Btatt ol Ohio, to wit: Being tha east half of tb south half of lot No. six hundred and tbirty-eeyen (637) situate on the north eat corner of routh street and Linn alley, In the city of Co. lumous, unto. Appralted at S00 MM " - - '. . , CI0B8B W. HUFPMiN, Sheriff and Muter Comminloner PrinUr's fees 15 85. -July 3-dltfcwtd SherifFs Sale. Charles Betheri) , , vs. John Will. BY VIKTUE OF A WHIX OF Fl FA. to me directed from lhe Superior Court of Franklin county, 0., I will offer ror tale at No. 7 last Bleb street, In the city of Oolumbns, on Monday, the 7th day of July, A. D. 1862, Oomaeneing at 10 o'clock, A. M., the following detcrlb oa properly, to win . , Oloihi, Canlmeret and Ves'lnts, Beady Made Cloth ing, Haf-hie, Sutpendert, Olovet. Oraratt; alto the entire thop fixtures. Tables, Show Catet, Lookln.l et, Detkt, Irons. Btove and Pipe. Settee. Coal Oil Ump.eto. etc. ' s OB0RG1 W. HTJFrMaK, Bherlff. . By W. B. HurrMtn, Deputy Printer's fees, J 00. JunaCO-dtd :: -.v , Closing OntPzioes. FiBT-Colored Lawns Organdies Bhtpherd'a Checker, a. . ngllib Beragee Parlt Printed Hegrages.. 10 and KK cents. ..ISM and IS cents. ..18 cent. lOotntt.. ..18 to SS cents. enptnor uingname. .M to 13 cents. Ore Bbawl Benurca. B yarda wide. 85 oeote. rt Traveling Drew ttoode. ......... 8. 10, 1SX, Uett. raratoiaana nun umbrellas very Cheap. Bail) SON, ' June8 . So. S9 Bontb High Street. AMOS LAYMAN, Secretary pro tem. NOTICE. OFFI0B COMMI88IONEKS OF PRINTING,) CoLoaeot, Oaio, Junt 25, lt62. ( CE4.I.F.D PHOPOStLS VfiVtj BE HE- U OBIVD at the office of the Secretary of BUM of lhe state oi onto, uuui , . ; R n Thursday, the 3 1 st diy pf July next, at II o clock, M.. for axecuting the State Printing, Bind In ete.i for tlw ntrlod of -two y-ait from and af t-r the Ant Monday or Niyember next coining, In aceordauce wlta lhe provliionau. tnaaot autuiea en act to pro Tlda for the txecution and tupeieieioo of tb elate prlntlog and bindtog,"iaetl Maroh 84, 1860, and the tot tuppiemeniary luvrviu, pwiea otay I, ioo. The printing of th State 1 divided lute fir elANei, to be let in eeparate uontraots, is follows: ,. , . ) -r t , r; . , t- --r 5 arcaaiv a a, f n p. ; IIBSt COHTRACf . ' '; ' 1. Ths pries per thousand tmt for competition of all Mile (or to to nootee ol in uentrai AMoabiy, togeth er wt h snch isioUlloDt and other Datteraatmu b. or dered by the two homes, or tiibtr of them, to he printed uoiiiionn. ... 8. The pr.ot ptr toitn for prttiwork for thesan. v v', v ibooNB CONTRACT. 1 1. Ths nrlot ptr thouand ems for eomootitlon of fht Joarnals of the snat and Uoote of Uepfeseneatlvot, and of took report. coa-auo.eailon aod oiber dooo- rarntt e enter into ana make part ol the journals. , ,xn price per toteo ro prewirontror .ueiime. - ' ' THIRD COSTBaC ti" !.. .' , 1. The nrlot per thouatnd amt for eompoiltlon of all report, and all eomajuokteitooi aod ether dooataania or derrd be the lianeral Atmbly, or el her braroh urof. rby tlMaUeutiytfitparineate,tobprla:edtapasipb let torn, together wltb tb telumto of paiillo 4o. gatctj. ' I, Ths prloe per token for ptesfwork for th tan. FOURTH CONTRACI. 1. Ths pries per thonaand ems for eompoiltloB Of ths general and local laws, and Joint retoluUoni. 3. She price per to.en for preuwork foe th sara. FIFTH CONTRACT. 1. The prloe per thouiand ems for eompoiltloa of all blanks, circulars, and other work neoeeury for the aat of the XxeonUvt Departmtnte, other than tucb at ahall be primed In pamphlet form. 8. Tbe price per quire ir prenwork fnr the taint. UERHIaN PHINTINO AND TBANS. AiATSNO. . SIXTH CONTRACT. 1. The pilot per thouiand ems for eompotltlon of all document ordered to be printed In German by the Gen eral Ateemblr, or either branch thereof. 8. The prloe per token for prestwork for th same. 3. Ths price per thonaand words for treotieuea of ths same. BIND1NU. ' 8IVENIH CONTRACT. 1. The price per hundred ihrets for folding all bills, resolutions, pamphlet or document ordered to be orated. 8. Ths price per hundred copies for stitching the same. 3. Tbe price per hundred eeples for brochure earn ing of all documents ordcrod to be 0 vered tn brochure oy tne uenerai Attamniy , or timer orancn tuereoi. EIGHTH COMTRAOT. 1. The nrlot per hundred eheets for foldloi tb laws. Journal, and publle doenmen s. a. xn pnoe per nuuoiea copies ror suranug ui same. 3. Tht prloe per hundred copies for half btadlog asm. 4. Tht price ptrhuwdrtd Ouploe for brochure OuTtring of such of ths sam at thall be required to be oorered Id brochure. - NINTH CONTRAOT. 1. Th's nrloe cer hundred sheets for foldlnt twenta thonaand copies of tha Agricultural Report for each of the years 1B01 and 1668. . xn price per nunureo copies ror stiwning tat tame. 3. The nrtct ter hnndred conies for bind lot th ram In muailn, In tb itjle of the report of lbOO. ine pnoe per qulr for tuiln and blndin blank work, ae follow! Letter alt Half binding. ; " ' Full blLdtng. Cap site Hail binding, Including cornsrs. " ' Full bidding, inoiudlng coraersof Russia. Folio Post paper Hal? binding. ' Full binding. . Demy alse Half bkding. including eonert. full blading, Including corners of Bus- . sla. . , " "-Fun binding, with Bonis ends aod bands. . Medium sis Half binding, Including comer. . " . mil bludlug, lseluding oornar of Russia. " " -Full blading, with Bntsla ends and bands. All Unusual tliea. not included In Iheahora. to ha aah J ect to epeclal eootraot. a. ine prloe per hundred sheets for inllng all ea bound blanks or ther work for in Stat officer, or mil itary uepa unentsi tn prloe epeolned to be p.ld for eeoo necessaiy puaaas of th thetia throtuh tha rullna ata- eblne. SPECIFICATIONS. Any printlog or binding sot tpecifloally dttlmalad ia any of th fo.tgolng eiaatee, thall b ooasldered ae be longing to tht olaet moat appropriate for n I but tb eommitilontrt oi prln'lng may from time to time adver tise or contract for any oon ld.rabie jobs not tpeoiad er embraoed In the ordinary printing and binding. ine unit, reeoiuiiont aoaoiner matters tpeeina la the first oontraot, to be printed ia folio foalecaa form. with good email pica tpa, each peg to ootalo not leaf man intriy unee oi eoiia mailer or tn aerial lenfth, wlihagreat primer reg tot only la each epeoe be.weeo tbt lino; and In oouobng the aompoeliloa tn taaMwIU be meaaured aa to lid email pica matter, emry aeouioar fraoiloBof a pat to be ecuoted aa a full pan, bat no to tire blank page thall be counted or paid for. it joB-naie or tne two Bosses oi tne uenerai Aeeera- bly, epeolned In tbe second oontraot. to be c.luiad la aaper-roy.locUTo form oa seat long primer type, wlta at leaet two tboueaud ama la a peg., without any u i.mu wwi, uicum , vruava iince or pagea. Tha volumea of publle document, and repurta, oomas nloatlona and other matwrttpeeified la the mlrd oontraot, to be printed oa tht tan kind of type, and th page ahall be of tb same tia e required for th joaruaiti prorldid, i hat to much of tbe abBuai nporu of the ufflotrt of tht aatcBur deparUBaata, aod tb tapatl tendent ol the pub.lo lnetltuUoD,a oonutnt ihe raaaaikt of th tmoere, may oa tingle leaded with lead, not ea ctedlng In thick neM tlx to ploa. Ia all eatte where aay dooumenl bpilntadia paaihlet form by order af the General Aeeembly, sr either eraocb thereof, by tha ten traetor for tie printing of the volume of publl dee aente, which thall ale be tatorted In the voiam af p sa ils dooamenla, aid la ail eaae. when any saoh doatuaeat It printed in pamphlet foim by th oomraotor for the printing of tb Joarnale, which (hall alto be printed la uit Journals, but an chare will be allowed lor tha aom- poaltlon thereof. me law, speanea in tneicnrui contraat, to t pnntea In auner royal octavo form, on .ood long primer type, the page to be of th atma Hi and form aa th ae ol the lourn.it and documents, with manrtnal note to th ea eral utws la brtrler type, similar l thoM heretofor lo Mrted. In ettlmatlng th oompoiltlon of tht prlntlog for tb Ixecutlre Departments, embraoed la th ftfth oontraot, all work la script type, or of whioh aortpl I th ofalaf kind need, will be eitlmaled ae plea, and meatund by th turfac actually oorered not by th sis ot lb theet need. All open work, such at letter beads, blank deeds end the like, will be estimated In tha auna asannari nra. Tided, no Jobehallbaooantedaa lest th .none taoaeaad eras, ail work in other than sonpt tjpe, will be aeluna led aooordlng to tb typ actually aaedt nroyldad, that when different kinds ar need in tingle Job, It may be meaaured and estimated proportionately fur th different kinds need. In animating pret-work. In th firth con tract, a owtrtmltboeonaldtirtd nam. Uh.taur m.. tione of a etoe, or a jxw. at (At oats maw I, of tmrnty-four full ohmtt oeueA paptr a ih proper officer may furnieh, with cA nuitor ae the piimttr enaU bo dit tend to put upon U; provided that na Job of piwiwora euau oa aeiimaieo at teat man on quire. AU printing 1 to be executed Within the elate, and all appertaining to Ihe Arat, third and fifth oootiaett I re- Sulred by law to be exaosted at th rlty of Oa amba. any printing appertaining to th aeoond and fourth coatraou ahall be executed without th elty at Oolaa but, aU tranaportatloa of Dnr. copy, oroof. er Drlutad theeu, to bs at the expeuK of tht contractor or oonUrac lore oi tucn printing. In ettlmatlne the eomnoaltlon nf all nunnhVsla. lawa. journali and volume of publle documenia, Terp neoee- ary iraciioa oi a page wm couniea at a run page, out no entire bl.na pege thall be counted er paid lor; ana ii in any nr. on oi tne pnnung, tabular statements 00 ar, whbh It shall be Impracticablt to print en the or dinary tiled caret, the same ahall be Printed oi. taholar sheets of .he ncoeseary slaei th amount of ooonpoaitl in w on aeoeriainea oy meatunng in printed enrlaea. All flgur work requlri g additional Juittflcatlon la each line, and all rule work requiring the fitting la of rnlet, will be allowed on orlce and a half i and lor all rale and Agar work, double prloe for compoeltlon will be al lowed. But one charge to be made for th oompoeiUoe of all document ordered to be printed by both branches of the General alterably, and no Cham tor aLowanot tot ompoeltlon when extra or additional copies ar ordered to do priuteu. - ' In itlmatlu( the Dretawork of Demob leta. lawa. (onr- nalt and voinmee of publle dooumenl th toktnohuli eoneltt of too hundred and fifty imprteetm o fom of eiefcen pa.ee or on hu dred aod twenty fly be.ta of double tupor-royal paper piloted on b tk .Ides, or two hundred and fifty theeto vf the sam prlnud ob one aide only; pr.. Tided that If any doc am ant ahall max era tnau aixiaen pagee, or if the laet furm ot any doou menl ahall not be a full form of elxiaen am,. th b .11 be counted a. a full form. Tbt infractor for German nrintlne shall ha aoTemad by tbe same rnlet In ti eietu.lon of wtrk, ana th ex pem of transpo Ung cop,, paper, proof and printed sheets at ipeotntd rtlaUv to printing In Ingush. The contractor for btudlnr. etc.. thall ha aoTamad b the tame inlet as far aa applicable. Th Journals, executl.t dioumentt and lawa raonlrea to be printed and put up In book form, to bs bound la halt law binding. . Folding, stitching and blndln shall Include tha oallel. Ing, drying end creating, and bo eharie thall be mada for collating, drying anu pressing. All coniraotort ahall, promptly and without anntet sary delay, execute all orders to them ls.ued by tb Gen eral Aaetmbly, or either branch thereof, or tn Kxeoa- uto omoen or in ntatei "and tne lews andvalumrsof publlotocument shall be dellrered to th aoatraotor 'or tbe loldlig, stitching end binding, on th order of tht Secretary et Btai. within thirty dat after tha ad journment of the General Aaoembiy.aad th Journals of me two uouieo man likewise ot oouetrea wiihla ninety days af.tr tn adjournment of th General Atieaibly; -nd tbt contractor for finding, ttltohlng and binding, thai, within thirty days at .er th reoeiot iharauL aza. cute tht folding, ttltohlng and bledlag, and dellrer to th Beeretary of Stat, the volamea bound, an. er th penalty of tb forfeiture ot hi bondt provided, hose er, that tht Oommleiioneri of Printing may, ea toad cause abown by any tuch oooiraoior ex too lhe Ume, not exottdloa- twenty dua, for tb execution of hia aoa- tiaot." " lacb proposal mnst be aceoneanled It a ban. aa.a. ted In doe form by tha blddr. with at letat two i u,a lufflcieot snrttlee, attlsfaeiory to tb OoataUioors of Printing, to the penal enm of tea tbouaad dollar, oea dliloi ed for tht lalihful ptrfermaooe, por-eanl to law, of each elaea or o asset of the State Printing ae Buy be adjudged by hia. td fer tb piyment at liquidated damaaat try each bidder to the auu nf n et eott ortr the bid or b,dt of tuvb bidder which th rut may no ooi geu to pay ror taeh wrrk by reeaoa f th fall al or aneh bidder to comol.ta hie eontnuu aald kuad tn be null and v Id If no contrast thall r a carded to hia Jfobit tmaocomp mid by tawA tVmai eiii M enter taintd by the Con.mie-ionere of Pi ierfOif. - A like bond, In th penal earn of fir men tend- dol lar, ma t aocoopuy tech proposal lor folding. Btltsjj ing or binding. Ooplee of bonds (In blank) will be TnrslAhed In hidden 0 applies Ion to tb Secretary ol State. In all rtti eott th work embraoed la th foregoing Shall be axeoated. and the bill thereof mada cint. Zf audited and paid In conformity With the provitloa af th act "To provide fur th xeotttloa and tapori.a of tne Btai riimmn auu Diauug,- paiteu Berth at, 1091 to which act reference U bertfay mad for such flu that Information at may be desired. Propoeale to be italed. tad Indorsed o th oataldtef tht aviopt "Propoealt tor Publle Printiaa " a 'Proposals for Blading," at tbt eauaty be. W. . BIN NOV, JOB. B. RllitT, . t ' Comptroller of ut rrtaaary. , 1 1 It. W. IaTLBR. ; t . , . . ASdilor f fltSt. utDIht dffmaa and Stat eWitat. ColaiBbat UteVeraid and Ilo4n4ealor Olteeiandi lb (rW and Comroul, oinolaBttl publleh oae veek aally and three Unu weekly, provton to tb (let of Jay! IbSlaa tend duplicate Mlla, reoelpted, with a cpy of ol'auSr w,''los 4T,tl'iam; t the nmive) IW tj-dlf Wr.