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London, Mtvy U.?-Later adviaoB bttell
the number of lives lost on the stemmer
Cadiz to sixty-two. The Cadiz was out
of her coarse in consequonoe of a mis
reckoning of her captain. She strack a
rock nnd sank almost immediately.
The Mark Lam Express, in its weekly
review ?f tho breadstnffs market, says:
The late rains have done immense good,
and the warm weather following almost
promises to do away with the lateness of
the season. More grain is wonted, but
the beneficial change has lowered prices.
In Franco, the crops are promising.
Bkrus, May 12.?It is stated that the
instigator of the plot to assassinate Bis?
marck has bean arrested abroad. The
papers give confused statements of his
relationship to several Arch-Bishops. It
is loosely stated that the plot included
the assassination of Wilhelm.
The Czar, Gortschakoff and Bismarck
had a i long consultation to-day. The
Roman Catholio Bishops of Prussia have
decided to dissolve even tho religious
orders which the State tolerates?being
unwilling to see them subjected to Go?
London, May 12.?"Weather fair. The
boats plied between the Schillor and
shore; many bodies, much cargo and
twenty-two mail bags recovered.
Tho Daily Telegraph's Vienna special
SayS Bismarck, With the help of XvUs?i?,
intends to obtain a publio written gua?
rantee of the status created4>y the treaty
of Frankfort. Russia and Austria are
ready to support it.
The Post publishes the address of the
Caburist General Aguirro to Nnxarrese
and Basque, Carlists, inviting them to
turn their arms against their leaders,
who prolong the war to enrich them?
selves; declares ovents of the past two
years only show inaptitude of Don
Carlos, who has lost the right to the
crown, before God and the world.
Aguirro is exceedingly popular, and
it is confidently claimed his entry
into Spain will cause a largo de?
fection from the Carlist ranks.
Embalming is impossible at the Scilly
Isles; tho only reasonable course is to
bury the dead decently and mark the
Panama, May 12.?The Government is
taking every precaution to preserve order
at the approaching Presidential election.
Gautomola has issued a decree recogniz?
ing the independence of the republic of
Cuba, nnd establishing official relations
between tho two Governments. San
Salvador journals oppose the rc-cstab
lishment of a Central American Confede?
ration. The banditti attempted to plun?
der a village in Honduras, nnd caused
great excitement. The - citizens armed
and expelled them, taking the leaders
prisoners. Changes have been made in
the Nicaraguon Government. Emilo Ber?
nard becomes Minister of the Treasury,
Senor Ayon of Foreign Affairs, Adam
Cardenas of War, and Bosaiio Cor tez of
the Interior. While the City of Panama
was lying at anchor at Punta Arenas,
during her last voyage, a demand was
made on her captain by the authorities
to deliver up to them a political refngee,
who was on board as a passenger from
Nicaragua to Panama. The captain flatly
refused.* A show of using force was
made, and a clearance was refused to the
steamer, which sailed without it, under
protest. The President of Peru has been
authorized by Congress to dispose of
200,000 tons of guano in tho United
States at any price exceeding 30 solesis
per 'ton. The United States steamer
Richmond arrived at Valparaiso on the
29th pf March lost; after being a month .
or soUhere; she *will proceed to different I
Xiorts1 in Chili, Peru and Ecuador.
Washington, May. IL?The following
important order was^signed by the Post?
master-General,' yesterday, and has been
issued by circular to all postmasters:
Post Qjmas. Depabtment, Washington,
May 6, 187G,-^-The treaty concerning the
formation of a general postal nnion con?
cluded at Berne, October 9,1874, between
the United S tot es of America, Germany,
Austria, Hungary, Belgium, Denmark,
Italy, Spain, France, Great Britain,
Greece, Luxemburg, Norway, the Ne?
therlands, Portugal, Boumania, Russia,
Servia, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey,
having been duly ratified by tho United
States on -the-8th day of* March, 1876,
and the ratifications thereof by the seve?
ral contracting States having been duly
oxchangod at Berne, Switzerland, on the
3d day of May, 1875, it is hereby ordered
that the uniform union rates of postage
to be levied and collected in the United
States on correspondence to and from
the whole extent of the postal union, em?
bracing tho above named countries, with?
out distinction, shull be os follows: (A)
for pre-paid letters, 5 . cents per 15
grammes; (B) for unpaid letters, 10 cents
per 15 grammes; (C) for postal cards, 2
cents each; (D) for newspapers, if not
over 4 ounces in weight, 2 cents each;
(E) for other printed matter, samples of
merchandise, and all articles, other than
newspapers, enumerated in article 4 of
the treat}*, 2 cents per each weight
of 2 ounces or fraction thereof; (F)
for the registration fee i on all cor?
respondence, 8 cents; (6) no fee
will be charged for a return receipt,
exoept in cases where a receipt from the
addresseois requested; (H)no additional
tax will be collected in the United States
on the correspondence forwarded within
the Union by sea on routes of more than
300 nautical miles in length; (I) as re?
gards the amount to be paid for the terri?
tory transit according to Article X of the
treaty, the United States claims for her?
self whenever the right of transit gua?
ranteed by that articlois oxeroised, (even
as regards her transit lines of over 750
kilometres, and excepting only her great
overland railway, lines, between the At?
lantic and Pocino Oceans, expressly re?
served as continuing to form the subject
of speoial arrangements with post offices
interested,) the minimum rate of two
francs per kilogramme of letters, and
twenty-five centimes per kilogramme of
printed matter, Sea., and is ready by in?
creasing the transit rates as permitted to
four francs and fifty centimes, respect?
ively, to meet the wish.es of those de?
partments of the union which make the
same declaration in regard to the United
States transit .correspondence; (K) the
freedom of transit correspondence in
olose malls.', reciprocally granted in the
existing postal convention between tho
United States and; Switzerland will be
maintained; (L) tho union rates of post
ago herhAjbefore .prescribed -will bo levied
and collected on end, after July 1, 1875,
on the correspondence to and from all
the eoatr?dClng States exceptFrance, end
ou and after January 1, 1876, on the cor?
respondcnce to and from Franco.
The gmndJury indicted Congressional
Postmaster King for perjury in connec?
tion with the Pacific mail line, and ex
Marshal Hind*?, of Alabama, on four
counts, for bribery in connection with
tho mail routes.
The President bns appointed James
Ward postmaster of Corpus Christi, vive
Judge Pierropont will assume the At?
torney-Generalship on Friday. Lieut.
Tyler relievos Capt. Colo, in oharge of
the national cemeteries at Chattanooga
and Knoxville. Federal nnd Confederate
soldiers are cordially invited to join in
decorating tho graves at Arlington on
the 4th of J line.
The Wror Deportment decided, to-day,
in accordance with tho agreement of
Gen. Yonng, that tho order from the
Ordnance Department,withholding arms
and munitions from the Southern States,
should bo revoked.
Probabilities?In the South Atlantic
and Guif States, rising barometer,
Northerly winds and generally clear and
waatuer weather, followed by Southerly
winds and coast rains on the Western
Charleston, Hay 12.?Arrived, steam?
ship Charleston, New York.
San Fbancjisco, May 12.?Edington
beat Defiance?winning the second,
fourth and fifth heats?time 241, 263, 20,
Boston. May 12.?The steamship Me?
tropolis, from Bermuda, was towed into
Dutch Island, Narragansott Bay, this
morning, and now lies at anchor. She
had experienced heavy weather. All
Capt. Ellis of the steamship Metro?
polis, reports, a few days out- from Ber?
muda, the coal gave out, and the rolling
of tho steamer broke some of her .-.team
pipes nnd started the bolts; the steamer
eould not carry sail enough to give her
good steerage, and in this unmanageable
condition she drifted about in the
roughest sea that Capt Ellis ever saw.
She was driven across the Gulf stream
and passed through a hail storm of al?
most unprecedented violence. The
steamer sprung no leak and is sound and
seaworthy, in spite of her rough usage.
The supply of menl gave out about ten
days ago, and since that the bill of fare
has consisted mainly of potatoes and
Milwaukeo, Wis., May 12.?Yesterday
afternoon, Thomas O'Neil applied to the
United States Circuit Court, Judge
Drummond presiding, and asked that an
appraisal of his distillery be made, and
that he be permitted to give bonds and
resume operations. The petition was
granted. In the course of his remarks,
Judge Drummond characterized the law
under which the seizures were mado as a
severe one, which ought to be carefully
executed. Further applications will be
Richmond, Va., May 12.?A special to
the Dispatch says that Detective Knox,
of this city, who went to Chicago with a
requisition for J. J.^IcKenon, agent of
tho American Bond Funding and Bank?
ing Association, limited, of London, has
arrested that individual in that city on a
charge of defrauding J. S. Carrington,
the hotel-keeper here, out of $1,000 with
worthless drafts on London. This Mc
Kenon spent some time in Richmond
last winter, for the alleged purpose of
effecting a settlement between it and its
bond-holders abroad, and, Hceming to bo
well backed with credentials, was treated
Savannah, May 12. ?The fourth annual
meeting of the Underwriters' Association
of the South commenced here to-day.
The attendance was large, including rep?
resentatives of all Southern cities and
from the North and West. A welcome
address was delivered by the President,
Maj. Livingston Mims, of this city.
Thoro will be a grand ball to-night The
convention, to-morrow, will attend a
grand banquet given by the President
New Yobk, May 12.?Mr. Shearman
escorted Mrs. Woodhull into court. She
refnsod to exhibit certxin letters from
Tilton, except upon tho order of Court.
The letters were finally produced and
closely examined by lawyers on both
The Tribune says editorially that
Pierropont accords with Bristow's
financial views, but is opposed to cerbiin
features of the reconstruction Acts.
Nashville, May 12.?The College of
Bishops of the Methodist Episcopal
Church South, which has been in ses?
sion for several days in the city, just be?
fore adjourning sine tile, announced the
following committees of delegates to the
next General Conference of the Metho?
dist Episcopal Church: Rev. Lnvick
Pierce, D. D., Rev. James A. Duncan,
D. D., and London C. Garland, LLD.;
and in accordance with a resolution of
the last General Conference of the Me?
thodist Episcopal Church South, tho fol?
lowing commissioners to meet a like
commission from the Methodist Episco?
pal Church, to remove all obstacles to a
formal fruternity between the two
churches, wore also announced: Rev. E.
H. Myers, D. D., Bev. B. K. Hargone,
D. D., Rev. Thomas M. Finney, D. D.,
and Hon. Hueston Polk, of Missouri,
and Hon. David Clapton, of Alabama,
LoursvrLLS, May 12.?Secretary Bris
tow accepts the invitation to deliver an
address upon the decoration of the
graves of Union soldiers at Cave Hill.
An important surgical operation was
performed upon General John C. Brock
enridge, at his home, in Lexington, Ky.,
on Tuesday, by Dr. Gross, of Philadel?
phia, and Dr. Sayre, of Now York. His
chest was penetrated by tubes inserted
between his ribs and some relief was
afforded. The physicians are of the
opinion that the General's liver was in?
jured by a blow received during the war
from a fragment of shell, and that his
present suJuering is due entirely to that
cause. The physicians entertain hopes
that tho operation will prove of perma?
nent advantage to the patient.
A speoial to tho Louisville Oourlet
Journal, from Lexington, says Gen. John
C. Brockinridgo is sinking rapidly, and
death may be expected at any moment.
Yesterday's Market Reports.
New Yobx?Noon.?Money 2L Gold
15$. Exchange? long -1.08; short 4.91.
State bonds dull?Tennessees lower.
Cotton quiet and steady; sales 850?up*
lands 161; Orleans IUI. Futures opened
steadier: May IS 15-10@1C; June 15 31-32
?16; Jnlv 16 3-lG@16 7-32; August 16J
($1613-32; September 16 3-16<a)161. Pork
firm?21.80^21:87*.? 'Lard qui?t-^sftnnY
7 P. M.?Money easy?2}(o,3 oh coll.
Exchange weaker?long 4.88*. abort 4.91.
Gold 16*}? 15'. Government? active nnd
steady. State? quiet and-nominal. Cot?
ton steady; sales 1,760, at 15J(7?>15.}.
Flour only very moderate business
doing; market slightly in buyers' favor;
Southern quiet. Wheat Af^'lc, lower
with very moderate inquiry*. "Corn firm
?Western mixed closing nt 88l(T?,8HJ.
Coffee dull and heavy?16?18ij gold Rio.
Sugar quiet ? 81(n 8.C. Molasses firm and
in good demand. I'ioe quiet and steady,
Pork firm ?new mess job lots 21.00'<<;.
22.00. Lard firm ?15jj prime steam.
Whiskey heavy?1.20(77,1.21. Freights to
Liverpool dull and lower?cotton 1(7/
?-32. Net receipts 245; gross 1,170. Fu?
tures closed quiet nnd steadv; sides
28,200: Mav 16 3-32; dune 10 3-32<Svl6";
July 16 0-32: August 16 15-32(7/10".; Sep?
tember 16'(7A1? 9-32; October 15 2"7-32(7i
151; November 15 10-:;2(7/\15*; December
15?(<t)15 11-16; Januarv 15": February
16 11-10(7/11; i; March 16 11-32(7,. 10J.
Baltimore.?Flour very quiet and un?
changed. Wheat dull?1.40(a) 1.55. Corn
dull?HH(n wo. Provisions easier but not
quotably lower. Shoulders PHatlO.
Lard quiet?refined lfi(j/16J. Coffee
quiet and stead v. Whiskey'small sales?
1.22(7? 1.23. Sugar strong? 10J(?.11J.
Cotton firm?middling 15"; gruss re?
ceipts 43; exports coastwise 06; Sides
265; spinners 61; stock li.OOH.
St. Louis.?Flour demand light
superfine winter 0.00(7/ 5.25. Corn quiet
and unchanged. Whiskey more offering.
Pork quiet- 21.75(W.22.00. Dacon quiet
and onlv limited jobbing demand?
shoulder's 91 (? 92; (dear rib 12!J(/i<13; clear
13"fWtl3~. Lard nominally 15\.
New Orleans.?Cotton firm and in
good demand ?middling 15"; net re?
ceipts 472; exports continent 2,371; sales
5,KM); Btoek 115,836.
Memphis.?Cotton steadier -middling
15(7/,151: net receipts 168; shipments
121": sales 200; stock 23,545.
Boston.?Cotton dull and nominal ?
middling 16}; net receipts 75; gross 80:
sales 53; stock 1H.157.
Chicago.?Flour firm, in fair demand
and prices unchanged. Corn firm and
in fair demand?No. 2 mixed 721; high
mixed 73@74L Pork in fair demand
and advanced?21.65. Lard in fair de?
mand, advanced nominally 15.35. Whis?
key firm 1.18.
Louisville.- -Flour quiet and un?
changed. Corn steady?78(7/ 70. Provi?
sions quiet. Pork email@example.com. Bacon
shoulders 93; clear rib 12.00; clear sides
13J; hams 14. Lard?prime steam 15.J;
tierce 1(?(./,16\; keg 16J. Whiskey 1.16.
Bagging quiet and firm?130131.
Philadelphia.? Cotton dull?mid?
dling 16}; net receipts 403: gross 700.
Mobile.?Cotton quiet?middling 15j;
net receipts 31; exports coastwise 119;
sales 200; stock 21,003.
Augusta. ?Cotton steady?middling
151; net receipts 159; sides 12.
Charleston. ? Cotton quiet?middling
152; net receipts 458: gross 742; sales
30?; stock 14,009.
Savannah.?Cotton dull? -middling
15"; net receipts 598; sales 302; stock
Cincinnati.-- Flour much firmer. Corn
steady?78(<r HI. Pork dull?21.50 bid;
22.00 asked. Lard dull?steam ren?
dered 15|; country kettle sold at 151.
Bacon quiet aud steady?shoulders OA;
clear rib sides 12 j; clear sides 13". Whis?
Galveston.? Cotton dull and nominal
?middling 15; low middling 14"; good
ordinary 13": net receipts 124; exports
coastwise N3; sales 10; stock 37,266.
dling 15; net receipts 14; exports coast?
wise 277; stock 1,130.
Norfolk.?Cotton quiet and steady
middling 15?; net receipts 721: exports
coastwise 52;?; sales 200; stock 38,711.
Paris.- Rentes 03f. "JOc.
Liverpool?3 P. M.?Cotton steady
middling uplands 7"; middling Orleans
8(/?3"; sales 12,000; speculation and ex?
port 2,000; basis middling uplands, no?
thing below low middling, deliverable
July or August, 8; soles American 0,500.
5 P. M.?Now crop, basis middling
uplands, nothingbelow low middling, 81.
Until the Philadelphia Times was
established in that Republican and truly
loyal city, the world labored under the
delusion that the Republicans were
keeping their ancient professions good,
and were managing municipal matters in
a "truly good" si vie. But the new paper
was no Rip Van Winkle, and immediate?
ly proceeded to unearth some of the
most monstrous municipal profligacy
and stealing on record. In fact, Chicago
is a sinh ss Eden, compared to the Re?
publican city of Philadelphia, which has
been under tho complete control of a set
The Massachusetts people, having
spent $15,000,000 boring an immense
hole through the Hoosac Mountain, find
that running trains through to the Hud?
son River gives them no through line to
tho West, and that they are still playing
second fiddle to New York. In addition
to the money already spent, there is a
call for $1,500,000 more to put tho tunnel
in order for tho use of the various rail?
roads. Tho Hoosac tnnnel was a bad in?
vestment, Some engineers assert that a
track could have been graded auroHs tho
mountain without much trouble.
Death or Hon. Rodert Y. Conrad. ?
The Winchester (Virginia) News an?
nounces the death, in that place, on
Wednesday last, of the Hon. Robert Y.
Conrad, one of Virginia's most gifted
sons. He had reached the sixty-ninth
year of his age. Tho deceased was
known as a lawyer of ripe learning and
deep research. Ho was a prominent
member of tho State Convention in 1801.
Since the war ho has taken but little
part in political affairs. Ho wob elected
to Congress after the war, but was not
allowed to take his seat.
The Omaha Herald records the de?
parture of fifty r oldicrs from that city on
Friday, whose object was to cut off and
drivo hack the mining parties who left
Sioux City, a week or two ago, for the
Black Hills. At the same time, the He?
rald and other Omaha papers are daily
exhorting people to organize companies
for the reservation, and sneer nt the idea
of any serious intention of the Govern?
ment to intorfero. There is a rather
comical aspect about the Black Hills
The Democrats of St. Louis talk of
running Major Rainwater for Mayor.
. In France they do things (revolutions)
no hotter than in .Bolivia. A recent re?
volt; vdiicH took place in the city of La
Paz, waB noticeable for the active part
taken by the women in the affair. The
Government troops were besieged in the
City Hall, and to dislodge them, the
female fiends threw burning sheets,
dippod in kerosene, on tin* building.
This almost puts the days of the Com?
mune to the blush. A nice, quiet people
the Bolivians are, to be sure.
Gen. Frank 1*. Blair is steadily im?
proving under the operations of trans?
fusing healthy blood into his veins. Ha
has now received three operations. The
lir.-d time an ounceand-a-ltulf was trans-!
fused: the second time a little less than
lour ounces, and the last time previous |
five ounces. The first two times he lay
almost insensible and apparently un?
A popular Presbyterian minister. Bev.
?T. L. Howell, living near Minneapolis,
Minnesota, hung himself in a barn the
other day, it is said, because a lady in J
the Hast, whom he loved, married an?
other man. He was a widower, his wife
having died several years ago. He had
been actively engaged in revival meet?
ings all winter.
Loss op Moke Than 100 Lives.?The
Port Denison Times, of March 5, in a
xneeirtl supplement, gives full details of
the wreck of tho Australian steamer
Gothoniburg, on February 24. The ves?
sel was on her way from Port Darwin to
Melbourne, and there were 125 persons
on board. Of these only twenty-two
persons are known to have been saved.
'?There is so much lying and stealing,
I can't tell where it begins; but I know
where it ends." This is what the Indian
chief, Spotted Tail, told a special Indian
agent the other da}-. He spoko from
personal experience and did not intend
any reflection on the Indian Bureau, of
Never.roject an invitation to dine. It
may save your life. It is stated that but
for the dinner given at Dclmonico's,
which detained him a day, Carl Schurz
would have been one of the passengers
on the doomed ship, the Schiller, and
would probably "nave exchanged indi?
gestion for drowning.
Poinaria can boast of expert thieves.
The owner of a potato bank, that had
previously been interfered with, chained
a severe dog within snapping distance.
Next morning dog/chain and potatoes
were gone. ? S~e<r(>rrry Herald.
At a meeting of ex-Federal soldiers, in
Memphis, Tenn., the invitation from the
committee of ex-Confederate soldiers to
participate in the approaching com?
memoration services at that city, was
The Buffalo ,N. Y.) Courev says:!
"While you are talking about this back?
ward spring, just remember that in the
spring of 1847 or '48, there was sleighing
in most places between Mohawk and St.
Lawrence on and after May 1."
The names of the two men recently
drowned in the East River, New York, by
the upsetting of a row boat, were Frede?
rick and John Kissel, brothers, aged 20
and 19 respectively.
The New York Herald is, probably, to
be the special secular organ of Cardinal
MeCloskev. The distinguished prelate
has appointed John Russell Young, of
that paper, his secretary.
Henry Bodenheimer, a well-known New
York merchant, committed suicide on
Thursday, by cutting his throat with a
penknife, because of business reverses.
A pretty clear ease of premature burial
has been disclosed at Indianapolis, there
being evidences of a struggle in the
"Lake Erie continues covered with ice
as far as the eye can reach," says the
Buffalo Courier, of the 7th instant.
John Smith has been arrested in Buf?
falo for wearing a dean shirt. Unfortu?
nately it belonged to another man.
Only seven of tho sixty-one cardinals
who witnessed the Pope's elevation t<>
the Pontifical throne are ?tili living.
Then' were31 deaths in Charleston for
the week ending the lbtb -whites 11:
A little colored child was accidentally
run over by a street ear in Charleston, on
tin- 12th. and instantly killed.
Buildings, it is said, can be erected in
New York this year at 25 per cent, lcs
cost than last year.
The Bev. Gen. Cakebread furnishes .ho
spiritual food for Ml. Pleasant, Iowa.
C:..\i:r..-o\. Departed this life, May 8,
1875. in the tbirtv-first vearof his age.
WALTKU BEAUMONT CLARKSON,
Esq., a native of Bichland County, but
at the time of his death a resident oi'
Allendale, S. C. where he was employed
as Principal in the Male Academy at that
place. He leaves a widow anil a large
circle of friends to mourn his loss.
Everyone who buys CIGARS by the
thousand or single box should not fail to
invest while PERRY A SLAWSON S
rushing sales of odd brands last.
May 13 _
Attention, Phcenix Hook and Ladder.
AN Adjourned Special Meeting of this
Company will be held THIS (Thurs?
day) EVENING, 13th insL, at 8 o'clock.
Business of importance is to be trans?
acted; also, a trip to Charlotte is con?
templated, and every member is earnest?
ly requested to be present. By order:
F. D. KONEMAN,
May 13 Secretory.
Bichland Lodge, No. 39, A. F. M.
? A CONTINUED Communication
^&%m-of this Lodge will be held at Ma
7V\8?nic Hall, THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, at 8 o'clock. Bv order of
the W. M. E. R. ARTHUR,
May 13 1 Secretary.
At the close of the Lodgo there
will l?e a meeting of the Board of Trus?
tees A. F. M_
FROM the premises of tho
undersigned, on tho morning
[of the 1 Ith instant, ono blood
_.rod COW, ono red and white
MILCH COW and ono light brown
yearling HEIFER. A liberal reward is
offered for any information of their
whereabouts. W. A. CLARK,
May 13 3 West F.lmwood Avenue.
Proposals for stationery.
OmCE CliKnK HoUKK OF RBPBESKMTATrVES,
' CotOHniA, S. C, May 6, 1875.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
ut this office until 12 o'clock M., July I
15, 1875, for furnishing the following
STATIONERY for the use of the Houso
25 reams Journal Paper, 18xllA, blue !
ruled, red lines for margin and cutting, I
24 lbs. to ream.
150 reams Letter Paper, linen finish,
ruled on all sides.
150 reams Not?: Paper, linen finish,
ruled on all sides.
7.r> reams Legal Cap Paper, extra super- |
fine, t?> weigh 14 lbs. to renra.
! 75 reams Foolscap Paper, extra super?
fine, to weigh 14 lbs. to ream.
50 reams Lithographed Letter Piper,
\ sheets, linen finish.
50 reams Lithographed Note Paper, I
150 Papeteries, No. 5, full.
40,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 5, well gummed.
20,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 6, well gummed.
1 10,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 8, well gummed.
10,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, well gummed.
I 2,500 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 10, well gummed,
2,500 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 12, well gummed.
0,000 White Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 5, well gummed.
0,000 White Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 0, well gummed.
0,000 White Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 10.well gummed. I
2 gross Congress Tie Envelopes, as- J
100 reams Manila Paper, flat, smooth,
tough. 27x:i7, ?13 lbs. to ream.
50 .'earns Huff Envelope Paper, tough,
27x37, 00 lbs. to ream.
2 reams Parker's Treasury Blotting
Paper, 100 lbs. to ream.
1 gross boxes Buff Newspaper Wrap- j
pfrs, medium size, No. 1, gummed.
200 packages Manila Waste Paper, seft.
1A gross Inkstands, assorted styles.
4 dozen quarts Arnold's Ink.
j 1 gross J pints Arnold's Ink.
I 2 dozen quarts Encro Imperiale,
i 2 dozen quarts best Black Ink.
1 dozen pints best Blue Ink.
j 1 dozen A pints best Blue Ink.
I 5 dozen best Carmine Ink, 4 ounces.
1 gross boxes Cut Quills, Congress.
15 gross Eagle Lead Pencils, No. 2,
Rubber Head, hexagon.
5 gross A. W. Faber's Carmine and I
Blue Lead Pencils, hexagon.
1 gross Mucilage Staads, with brushes,
Morgan's, 5 ounces.
200 spools best Pink Tape, No. 10.
0 dozen blank Records, quarto.
0 dozen Blank Records, demi-quarto. I
1 gross Steel Erasers, Rodgers'.
1 gross Penknives, Rodgers' or Wost
enholm's, assorted styles.
5 dozen Shears, 8 and 12 inches.
5 dozen Scissors, 5 inches.
2 gross Paper Weights, assorted styles.
1 gross Ivory Folders, 9 inches.
15 dozen Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers
150 gross Rubber Bands, Bed and
Black, assorted sizes.
1 gross Silicate Slat** Memorandums,
oblong, 8 Leaves with Sides, ruled.
15 gross E. Faber's Pen-holders.
30 lbs. Sealing Wax, Waterston's.
200 gross Steel Pens, assorted.
4 dozen Quarts Mucilage.
4 doz. Bottles Eureka Perfumed Paste.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, A inch.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, j[ inch.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, i inch.
1 dozen Letter Presses and Stands,
2 dozen Letter Rooks.
2 dozen Cups and Brushes for Letter
1 gross Gutta Percha Rules, flat, 14
4 dozen Box Wood Rules. (A. Mcln
tyre A Co.'s,) 18 inch.
* 5 do/en Tin Paper Cutters, enamelled.
2 dozen Sticks India Ink.
50 sheets Parchment, 10x22.
25 boxes Black Sand.
1 gross Memorandum*.
1 gross Pen Wipers.
3 dozen Shipman's Letter Files, im?
10u lbs. lar'?e size Hard Twine.
UK) lbs. large size Soft Twine.
100 lbs. small size Hard Twine.
100 lbs. small size Soft Twine.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
iargc size, red and gilt.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
small size, green and red.
5 dozen Wax Coils.
4 gross boxes Roche A Co.'s Wax Taper
2 dozen boxes small Red Wafers, J lb.
A gross Wire Hook Files.
? gross Wire Standard Fib s.
I gross Letter Clips.
?1 dozen sheets Carbon Paper.
!,0iH) Admission Cards to House of
4 dozen Ebony Mallets, small.
1 Ivory Mallet, large, Ebony Handle.
300 Patent Pasteboard Document
30 Hand Stamps - designs will be fur?
1 Seal of House of Representatives?
design will be furnished.
1,000 3 cent United States Postage
1,500 2 cent United States Postage
500 Stamppd Newspaper Wrappers.
2 dozen Calendars, with day, month
1 gross Ink Extractors,
j 4 dozen Ruling Pens.
1 gross United States Standard Bill
Holders, assorted sizes,
j G dozen Waste Paper Boskets. ?
1 dozen Rubber Handle Cork Screws.
4 dozen Eyelot Punches.
50 boxes Eyelets.
I 1 gross Spiral Pen Racks.
4 dozen raste Brushes.
2 dozen Bibles, small.
Proposals from established dealers
only will be considered. Every artiole
must be of the best quality, unless an
inferior quality is specified.
Specimens of the artioles called for
must accompany proposal, with name of
bidder marked plainly on same, and of
paper the weight per ream.
A bond with sufficient sureties will be
required of the successful bidder, te be
filed with the Secretary of State ten days
after the proposal has been accepted.
The failure to comply with any one
order under the contract will operate as
forfeiture of entire penalty of the bond.
This advertisement,-and the award,of
the proposal with the bond feiven by ths
party receiving the award, shall consti?
tute the contract between the State and
the bidder, and no further contract will
The payment of the accounts for sta?
tionery required in this advertisement is
provided for in an Act entitled "An Act
relative to supplies for the Executive
Department of tho State Government
and for the General Assembly," approved
March 24, 1876.
All articles designated must be de?
livered in good condition, free of charge,
at this office, on or before November 1.|
Proposals should be endorsed "Pro?
posals for Stationery for the Houbc of
Representatives," and directed to the
Clerk of the House of Representatives,
Columbia, S. C. A. O. JONES,
Clerk of House of Representatives.
Proposals for Stationery.
OFFICE CLERK OF SENATE,
Columbia, S. C, May G, 1873.
PURSUANT to the provisions of an
Act of the General Assembly, ap?
proved March 24, 1875, sealed proposals
will be received ut this office until 12 M.,
July 15, 1875, for supplies of STATION?
ERY for the use of the Senate, as follows:
50 reams Letter Paper.
50 reams Noie Paper.
50 reams Legal Cap Paper.
50 reams Foolscap Paper.
20 reams Lithographed Letter Paper,
20 reams Lithographed Note Paper.
50 Papertories, No. 5, full.
25,000 White, Thick, Adhesive Enve?
lopes, Now. 5 and C.
5,000 White, Thick, Adhesive Enve?
lopes, Nos. 5 and G, Lithographed.
5,000 Legal Envelopes, Nos. 10 and 12.
100 Congress Tie Envelopes.
50 Patent Pasteboard Document Boxes.
25 reams Bill Paper, one red line, bluo
25 reams Journal Poper, blue ruling.
5 reams Flat Cap Paper.
10 reaniB Manilla Wrapping Paper.
50 reams Cap Manilla Paper.
10 reams Buff Envelope Paper, 27x37. ?
5 roams Engrossing Paper, Blue, 10}
by 20." inches.
35 pounds Twine, assorted sizes.
10 dozen Spool Tape.
10 dozen bolts best Linen Tape, extra
50 spools SpiKil Silk Ribbon, assorted
10 pounds Sealing Wax, (10 to pound.)
3 dozen Wax Taper Coils.
2 gross Wax Taper Matches.
50 Inkstands, assorted styles.
50 common Inkstands, (flat)
4 dozen quarts Black Ink.
0 dozen pints Black Ink.
4 dozen quarts assorted Copying Inks.
5 dozen 1 ounce Carmine Ink, glass
25 boxes Cut Quills, (Congress.)
1 dozen Eyelet Punches.
10 boxes Eyelets.
50 Pocket Knives.
50 Steel Erasers.
50 Pocket Scissors.
50 Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers.
10 gross Faber's Lead Pencils, No. 2.
1 gross Red and Blue Pencils.
10 large boxes Paper Fasteners.
10 dozen Mucilage, Morgan's, five and '
eight ounces, in boxes.
3 dozen Stickwell's Mucilage, quarts
5 dozen Morgan's Mucilage Stands
25 Blank Books, assorted sizes.
10 Blank Books, demi-quarto.
10 Blank Books, quarto.
10 Blank Books, cap size.
.50 Ivory Folders.
50 Paper Weights, assorted.
25 gross Rubber Bands, assorted.
5 dozen boxes Quill Pens.
UK) gross Steel Pens, assorted.
25 gross Pen-holders, assorted.
30 Pounce Boxes, wood or bone.
10 bottles Pounce.
10 Letter Press Books.
20 Cups and Brushes for Letter Press.
25 Rubber Rulers, 14 inches.
25 Boxwood Rulers, 18 inches.
50 Tin Paper Cutters.
30 Diaries*for 1870.
50 Shipmon's Letter Files.
75 boxes Official Seal Wafers, assorted.
(') Ivorj- Gavels.
10 dozen Bill Files, U. S. standard.
5 dozen Desk Pads, 14 by 16, inter?
5 dozen Letter Clips, bras.-, and bronze.
5 dozen Scrap Books.
50 Waste Paper Baskets.
75 Memorandum Books.
0 dozen Moore's Blotting Pads.
6 boxes Rubber Pencil Heads.
10 dozen Admission Cards.
50 sheets of Parchment.
6 dozen Pen Racks, assorted.
1 dozen Bibles (small) for committeo
75 domi-quarto Blank Books, faints
75 half-bound, faints, two quires each.
Proposals from established dealers only
Specimens of the articles called for
must accompany each proposal.
The proposals to be opened at Colum?
bia, S. C, in the presence of a board,
consisting of the Governor, Secretary of
State, Attorney-General, and the con?
tract uwarded by the undersigned to the
lowest responsible bidder, but such con?
tract to be of no effect until approved by
Tho successful bidder or bidders, be?
fore entering upon the performance of
the contract, shall give a bond, with suf?
ficient security, on such terms as may be
prescribed by the Attorney-General, fox
the faithful performance of the obliga?
tions of tho contract, bond to bo filed
with the Clerk of the Senate.
Failure to comply with any order
under the contract will operate as a for?
feiture of the bond.
The payment of the accounts for sta?
tionery and advertising is provided for
in on Act entitled "An Act relative to
supplies for the Executive Departments
of State Government and for the Genr ral
Assembly," approved March 24, 1875.
This advertisement and the award,
with the bond given by the party, shall
constitute the eon tract between, the Stato
All articles designated must be deli?
vered in good condition, free of charge,
At this office on or before November, 1875.
Proposals should be endorsed "Pro
Sosals for Stationery for tho uso of the
en ate," and directed to the Clerk of tho
Senate, Columbia, South Carolina.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.