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Publishod Daily and Tri-Wcokly,
Every Wednesday Morning,
BY JULIAN A. SELBY,
Editor and Proprietor,
Office No. 160 North Richardson St.
_^*jr*Tho Phcshtx is the oldest Daily
Paper in South Carolina, has the largest
circulation in the upper portion of the
State, and has been regularly issued
since its inception?Maren 21, 18G5.
Daily, eix months, $4;. Tri-Weekly,
2.50; Weekly, 1.50.
Ins ort od in Daily at $1 a square of nine
lines 'for first, and 50 cents each subse?
quent insertion; if not exceeding five
linos in length, 75 cents. Long adver?
tisements by the week, month or year, at
lees; rates, Marriages, Funeral Invita?
,^3r*Bookand Job Printing of every
description faithfully attended to.
Julius Poppe, Anderson.
J. A. Grigs oy, Bidgwoy.
H. W. Lawson, Abbeville.
John B. 0*NeiU, Newberry.
~ \ On "the Other Side."
Oh heart, my heart, how strange to yearn
MA Tri ovo
I With weepings bitter for thy long-lost
How strange to find thyself at heaven's
Where all tears cease.
In the fair country where sin enters not,
And where abideth everlasting rest,
Think you, my soul, your sins shall be
And ye be blest?
No more, no more' to hunger there for
No more to thirst for blessings long
' ' denied,
"Thy face is. foul with weeping," but
Thcu shalt be satisfied!
What shall it be to feel all fair within!
Pure as the angels in the highest
To feel no more temptation, and no sin
That (needs to bo forgiven.
No more repining?no more vain regret,
No longing to lie down and fall asleep;
Oh! heart?my heart?how strange when
The way to weep!
Oh light divine, that shineth from His
In the fair country that doth need no
Oh! happy soul, be thankful that thy
Is well-nigh run!
Boll, golden sun, roll swiftly toward
Dawn, happy day, when many woes
Come quickly, Lord?Thy people wait
? the rest '
Of Thino abiding peace.
? ? ? m
U?ly Greg.?At the Detroit
house of correction, a year or so
ago, the high white-washed walls
of the corridors were furnished
with brackets and flower pots, to
relieve the monotony and take
away , some of the gloom. One
would scarcely think that the hard
looking, wicked men sent there for
robbery, burglary, arson and graver
crimes, would have cared for the
change, but they gladly welcomed
it. A rose, a genarium, or tulip, or
pink, seemed to bring liberty and
sunshine a little nearer, and to
drive the evil out of their hearts;
and it was a strange sight to see
hardened criminals watering and
nourishing the tender plants, and
watching their daily growth. Two
or three months before the brack?
ets were hung up, a prisoner came
from one of the Territories?an
old, sullen-looking, bad-tempered
man, convicted of robbing tho
mails. They called him "Greg,"
as short for Gregory, and it wasn't
long before they made it "Ugly
Greg." He was ugly. He refused
to work, cared nothing for rules
and regulations, and twenty-eight
days out of his first month were
spent in the "solitary" for bad be?
havior. He was expostulated with,
threatened and punished, but he
had a will as hard as iron. He
hadn't a friend in the prison, and
the knowledge of it seemed to
make him more ugly and despe
. rate.':'"Vyben the brackets were
hung upvthere was, one: to spare,
and it-was placed near the door of
. Ugly Greg's cell, until another spot
could be found. No one had any
hope that the old man'tf heart could
be softened, and Borne said that he
would, dash the flower-pot to the
floor. "When ho camo.in from the
shop a, hi? face expressed surprise
ni sight of the iiitie g^enrvH?-'bud
so ,$Q8e to the door of 'his1 cell. Hej
scented it, carefully placed it back,
and;it was noticed that the hard
lines melted out of his face for a
time. No one said anything tp
him; but ttie next morning, before
he parent to work, he carefully
watered the rose, and his eyes lost
something of their sullen .look.
Would you believe that the little
rose bush proved more powerful
than all the arguments and threats'
of the keepers? It did, strangely
enough^-As th? days went.by the
old man tost his obstinacy and
gloominess, and he obeyed orders
as Well and hs cheerfaily as the
His faco took
on a new ? ]fi a\ his > whole 'bearing,
chdngodVand the keeper looked'at
him and wondered if he could be
th? maiflrGrVS&. ?l 'four or ' five
months -before. He watched the
rose as a mother would watch
child, and it came to be understood
that it was his. "While some of the
other flowers died from want of
care, the rose tree grew and thrived
and made the old man proud. He
carried it into his cell at night and
replaced it in the morning, and
sometimes he would talk to it as if
it were a humau being. Its pre?
sence openoci hva. lonesome heart I
and planted good there, and from |
the day the bracket was hung up,
no keeper had the least trouble
with Ugly Greg.
A few weeks ago he was taken
sick, and when he w ent to the hos?
pital the rose tree went with him,
and was placed where the warm
sun could give it the nourishment
it needed. After a day or two it
was hoped that the old man would
get better, but ho kept sinking and
grew feebler. So long as his eyes
were open ho would watch the rose,
and when he slept he seemed to
dream of it. One day, when the
nurse found an opening bud, he re?
joiced as heartily as if his pardon
papers had arrived. The bud was
larger next day, and the rose could
be seen bursting through. The
flower pot was placed on his bed,
near the old man's pale face, that
he might watch the bud blossom
into a rose, and he was so quiet
that the nurse did not approach
him again for hours. The warm
spring sun glided in through the
bars and kissed the opening bud,
and then fell off in showers over
the old man's pale face, erasing
every line of guilt and ugliness that
had ever been raised.
At noon, the nurse saw that the
rose bad blossomed, and she whis?
pered in tho old man's car.* "Greg,
the rose has blossomed?wake up."
He did not move. She felt his
cheek and it was cold. Ugly Greg
was dead. One hand vested under
his gray locks, while tho other
clasped tho flower-pot, and the
new-born rose bent down until it
almost touched his cold face. His
life bad gone out just when his
weeks of weary watching for a
blossom were to be repaid; but the
rose tree's mission was accom?
A Shanghai, eating corn, takes a
peck every time.
Money to Loan,
On Marketable Collaterals.
EXCHANGE on New York, Baltimore,
Philadelphia, Boston, and all promi?
nent cities of the United Statos and Eu?
rope bought and sold.
DEPOSITS received and intoreBt-bear
ing CERTIFICATES issued.
ST0CK8, BONDS, GOLD and SILVER
bought and sold.
ACCOUNTS of merchants and others
from the city and country solicited, and
LIBERAL LINES OF DISCOUNTS
granted by tho CENTRAL NATIONAL
ANK, corner of Plain and Richardson
streets. JOHN S. PRESTON, Prcs't.
J. H. Sawyeb, Cashier. Mar 24
Uos.3 Broad Street and 109 East Bay Street,
CHARLESTON, S. C.
YEX SY V81NO CHEAPER GnADKS OF AOCK,
WE CAN FVJ'HMltll WORK At.
LOWEST UyiHC PRICES.
FINE f A$HIQH?8LE STATIOMERY,
Riries Paper and Envelopes,
Redding and <?all invitations
on Tut oest'stocx akd PflfUirn itf THE
LATEST STYLE. ,
TIE Moohanloa' and Farmers' Build?
ing and Loan Association, of Rieh?
land, is now receiving deposits of $1.00
and upwards, and ?allowing interest at
tho rate of G per cent, per annum on all
amounts , over $10.00, which remain 80
doys or longer. Deposits received by
T. H. Gibben, Treasurer, at the Central
Nauonal Bank, i R. J>. 8ENN,
April 22 X President. I
IN EXCHANGE VlVAWU jOB COTTON.
The Ookbrated Fertinztra for Cotten, CorB, "Wheat and Tobacco.
I REDUCED PJilCEQJ LIBERAL TERMS!
Wiloox. Gibbes & Co.'s Manipulated Guano,
Prepared at Savannah, Ga., and Charleston, S. C. and
Imported in bulk direct from Phoenix Iskuids, South Pacific Ocean.
WE are offering the above celebrated FERTILIZERS, this season, at confddera- ]
bly reduced prices, ond give purchasers the option of paying in cotton on the
basis of 17 centa for middling, delivered at planters nearest depot, by November 1,
1875, the cotton to be packed in good merchantable bales. By this arrangement the
planter has a guarantee af reaUzing a good price for his cotton to pay for fertilizers. |
These GUANOS aro too well known to require comment. Those who have used
them know how to appreciate their value; thoso who have not, as yet, will find, on
fair trial, that their liberal use will pay en present crops, befddcB being of future
bonefit to their lands. For further information, call on the undersigned for circu?
lars, containing analvsis, opinions of planters, Ac.
Jon 23 Imo SE1BELS A EZELL, Age nts, Columbio, S. C.
R. BRADLIiY, Proprietor,
THIS long and favorably known
House, pleasantly situated on Johnson
Square, having been rcci ntly repaired
and repainted, and having all of its
departments filled with competent,
i polite and attentive employees, offers
to the traveling public comforts un?
surpassed by any house in Southern
States. Feb 13 3mo
E. ROSE. Proprietor.
FIRST CLASS HOTEL.
Fare $2? a day, inchiding
Omnibus ride. Situated
=v:;"ncar tho Capitol and in
jH centre of business part of
fj the city. My Omnibus
will convey passengers to
and from every train. Tho
Ladies' Apartment? arc
complete; e ntrance on As?
sembly street. BILLI?
ARD and BATH ROOMS
are all new and in good
order. Ap 0
Manufactured by HOLMES, CALDER & CO., Proprietors.
Office 203 Eist Bay street. Factory corner Cumberland and Philadelphia stree ts,
OlLarleston, JS. O.
rIPORTERK and dealers in Lubricating and Paint OILS, WINDOW GLASS and
PAINTERS' MATERIAL. Agents for Averill's Chemical Paint, Prince's Metalic
I Paint, Rubber and Leather Belting. Feb 25 \limo
Great Southern Freight and Passenger Line!
CHARLESTON, S_ G7
TO AND FROM
IUITHK?II, I'llSUDELPBIA, \E\V TURK, BOSTON,
The New England Manufacturing Cities.
THREE times a week from Now York?Tuesday, Thursday
j?^T and Saturday. j/.OrElegant
%' . State Room Accommodations, j
^T7f\ ; \ Sea Voyage ten to twelve Hours <
n|\\^,?^ Shorter, "via Charleston." Total,
|?/t capacity 10,000 bales monthly.
? The South Carolina Railroad Company,
And connecting Roads West, in alliance with the fleet of thirteen first class Steam?
ships to tho above ports, invite attention to the quick time and regular despatch
afforded to the. business public in the Cotton States at the PORT of CHARLESTON,
offering facilities of rail and sea tronsportation tor Freight and Passengers not ex?
celled in excellence and capacity at any other port. The following splendid Ocean
Steamers are regularly on the line:
TO NEW TO HE.
CHARLESTON.James Berrv, Commander.
JAMES ADGER.T. J. Lo. kwood. Commander.
CHAMPION.B. W. Lockwood. Commander.
MANHATTAN.M. S. Woodhnll, Commander.
JAMES ADGER A CO., Agents. Charleston, S. C.
GEORGIA.S. Crowell, Commander.
SOUTH CAROLINA.T. J. Bockett. Commander.
WM. A. COURTENAY,
WAGNER, HUGER A CO.. Ag? ut*. Charleston, S. C.
Sailing Days Wednesdays und Saturdays.
Iron Steamship* ASHLAND.Alex, llnnter, Commander.
EQUATOR .C. Hinckh.?v, Commander.
Sailing Day Friday. WM. A. COURTENAY. Ageut,*Charlt?ton, S. C.
TO BALTIMORE. 9
FALCON.Haiuie, Command or.
SEA GULL.Dutton, Commander.
Sailing Duy every Fifth Day. PAUL C. TRENHOLM, Agent, Charleston, S. C.
Steamships MF.RCEDITA and FLAG. Sail evow Saturday.
JAMES ADGER A CO., Agent?, Charleston, S. C.
Rates guaranteed as low as those of competing line*;. Marine Insuraaco one-hall
I of ofte per cent.
Through Bills or Lading: and Through Ticket?
Can be procured at all the prineiyal Railroad Offices in Georgia, Alabama, Tennes?
see and Mississippi. State Rooms may be se cured in advanoc, without extra charge,
by addrossing the Agent? of the Steamships in Charleston, at whose offices, in oil
oases, the Railroad Tickets shoulJ be exchanged and Berths assigned. Through
Tickets by this route iuoiude Trunsfors. Muds ond State Rooms while on ship-board.
THE SOUTH CAROLINA RAILROAD, GEORGIA RAILROAD
And their connecting linos, have largely increased their facilities for the rapid
movement of Freight and Passengers between the Northern cities and the South
and West. First Class Eating Saloon at Brnnchville. On the Georgia and South
Carolina Railroads, first class Sleeping Cars. Freight promptly transferred from
the steamers to day and night trains of the South Carolina Railroad. Close connec?
tion made with other roads, delivering Freights at distant points with promptness.
The managers will uso every exertion to satisfy their patrons that the line via
Charleston cannot he surpassed in despatch und the safo delivery of goods. For
further information, apply to T. J. Gkiffth, Western Agent, Atlanta, Ga.; B. D.
UuobuL General Agent, P. O. Box 4,970; Office 317 Broadway, N. Y.; S. B. Ficum,
General Paasgnger and Ticket, Agent, South Carolina Railroad; or J. M. Skuiibjc,
Superintendent Great Southern Freight and Pa?sengor Line, Charleston, S. C. J
Office Cuexx Hocse or Rjotucssntatxvzs,
Cowjiibu, a C, May 6, 1875.
SEALED PROPOSALS will be received
at this office until 12 o'clock Mi, July
15, 1875, for furnishing the following
STATIONERY for the use of tho House
25 reams Journal Paper, 18x11}, blue
ruled, red lineB for margin and cutting,
24 lbs. to ream.
150 reams Letter Paper, linen finish,
I ruled on all sides.
150 reams Note Paper, linen finish,
I ruled on all sides.
I 75 reams Legal Cap Paper, cxtri. super
I fine, to weigh 14 lbs. to ream.
75 reams Foolscap Paper, extra super?
fine, to weigh 14 lbs. to ream.
50 reams Lithogniphed Letter Paper,
J sheets, linen finish.
50 reams Lithogniphed Note Paper,
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.
10,000 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 8, well gummed.
10,000 Whito Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, well gummed.
2,500 White Thick Adhesive Enve?
lopes, No. 10, well gummed.
2,500 White Thick Adhesive Envc
I lopes, No. 12, well gummed.
5,000 White Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 5, well gummed.
5,000 White Thick Adhcsivo Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 6. well crammed.
5.000 Whito Thick Adhesive Litho?
graphed Envelopes, No. 10,well gummed.
2 gross Congress Tie Envelopes, as?
100 reams Manila Paper, flat, smooth,
tough, 27x37, 63 lbs. to ream.
50 reams Buff Envelope Paper, tough,
27x37, 60 lbs. to ream.
2 reams Parker's Treasury Blotting
Paper, 100 lbs. to ream.
1 gross boxes Buff Newspaper Wrap?
pers, medium size, No. 1, gummed.
200 packages Manila Waste Paper, sett.
1.1 gross Inkstands, assorted styles.
?1 dozen quarts Arnold's Ink.
1 gross $ pints Arnold's Ink.
2 dozen quarts Encro Imperiale.
2 dozen quarts best Black Ink.
1 dozen pints best Blue Ink.
1 dozen 1 pints best Blue Ink.
5 dozen best Carmine Ink, 4 ounces.
1 gross boxes Cut Quills, Congress.
15 gross Eagle Lead Pencils, No. 2,
! Rubber Head, hexagon.
I 5 gross A. W. Faber's Carmine and
! Blue Lead Penciir-:. hexagon,
j 1 gross Mucilage Stands, with brushes.
: Morgan's, 5 ounces,
j 200 spools best Pink Tape, No. 10.
0 dozen Blank Becords, quarto.
?5 dozen Blank Becords, demi-quarto.
1 gross Steel Erasers, Bodgers'.
1 gross Penknives, Rodgers' or Wost
cnhnlm'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 Slate Memorandums,
oblong, 8 Leaves with Sides, ruled.
15 gToss 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 Mf Gill's Paper Fasteners, * inch.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, j inch.
5,000 McGill's Paper Fasteners, 1 inch.
1 dozen Letter Presses and Stands,
2 dozen Letter BookB.
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 dozen Tin Paper Cutters, enamelled.
2 dozen Sticks India Ink.
50 sheets Parchment, 16x22.
25 boxes Black Sund.
1 grosB Memorandums.
1 gross Pen Wipers.
3 dozen Shipmon's Letter Files, im?
100 lbs. large size Hard Twine.
100 lbs. large size Soft Twine.
100 lbs. small size Hard Twine.
100 lbs. small Hize Soft Twine.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
large size, red and gilt.
5 dozen boxes Official Seal Wafers,
small size, green and red.
j 5 dozen Wax Coils.
4 gross boxes Roche A Co.'s Wax Taper
2 dozen boxes small Bed Wafers, \ lb.
A gross Wire Hook Files.
\ gross Wire Standard Files.
I gross Letter Clips,
4 dozen sheets Carbon Paper.
1,000 Admission Cards to House of
4 dozen Ebony Mallets, small.
1 Ivory Mallet, large, Ebony Handle.
300 Patent Pasteboard Document Boxes
30 Hand Stamps?designs will be fur?
1 Seal of House of Representatives?
design will bo furnished.
1,000 3 cent United StnteB Postago
1,500 2 cent United States Postage
500 Stamped Newspaper Wrappers.
2 dozen Calendars, with day, month
1 gross Ink Extractors.
4 dozen Ruling Pens.
1 cross United States Standard Bill
Holders, assorted sizes.
6 dozen Waste Paper Baskets.
1 dozen Rubber Handlo Cork Screws.
4 dozen* Eyelet Punches.
50 boxes Eyelets.
1 gross Spiral Pen Racks.
I 4 dozen Paste Brushes.
2 dozen Bibles, small.
Proposals from established dealers
only will bo considered. Every article
must bo of the beat quality, unless an
inferior quality is specified.
Specimens of the articles called for
must accompany proposal, with namo of
bidder marked plainly on same, and of
paper tho weight per ream.
A bond with sufficient sureties will be
required of the successful bidder, to be
filed with tho Secretary of State ten days
after the proposal has been accepted.
The failure to comply with any one
order under tho contract will operate as
forfeiture of en tiro penalty of the bond.
This advertisement, und the award of
party recoiving the aw Aid, eholl consti?
tute the contract between the State and
the bidder, and no farther contract will
The payment of the account* for sta?
tionery required in this advertisement is
provided for in an Act entitled "An Act
relative to supplies for the Executive
Department of the State Government,
and fofthe General Assembly," approved
March 24, 1875. ?
All articles designated must, be de?
livered in good condition, free of charge,
at this office, on or before November 1.1
Proposals should be endorsed "Pro
Sosals for Stationery for the House of
.epresentutives," and directed to the
Clerk of the House of Representatives,
Columbia, R C. A. O. JONES,
Clerk of House of Representatives.
Proposals for Stationery.
OFFICE CLERK OF SENATE,
Colombia, S. C, May 5, 1875.
PURSUANT to tho provisions of an
Act of tho General Assembly, ap?
proved March 24, 1875, sealed proposals
will be received at this office until 12M.,
July 15, 1875, for supplies of STATION?
ERY for the use of the Senate, asfoUows:
50 reams Letter Paper.
50 reams Note Paper.
50 reams Legal Cap Paper.
50 reams Foolscap Paper.
20 reams Lithographed Letter Paper,
half sheets. - ?
20 reams Lithographed Note Paper.
50 Paperteries, No. 5, full.
on nn/\ iin,:?? rm.:_v. k _5i-:_.
A.V,WV TT luv.;, JL luv n, JLUUUOI1U AilVl^
lopes, Nos. 5 and 6.
6,000 White, Thick, Adhesive Enve?
lopes, Nos. 5 and C, 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 Paper, blue ruling.
5 reams Flat Cap Paper.
10 reams Manilla Wrapping Paper.
50 reams Cap Manilla Paper.
10 reams Buff Envelope Paper, 27x37.
5 reams Engrossing Paper, Blue, 19^
by 26$ inches.
35 pounds Twine, assorted sizes.
10 dozen Spool Tape.
10 dozen bolts best Linen Tape, extra
50 spools Spool Silk Bibbon, assorted
10 pounds Sealing Wax, (10 to ponnd.)
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 4 ounce Carmine Ink, gloss
25 boxes Cut QuiBs, (Congress.)
1 dozen Eyelet Punches.
10 boxes Eyelets.
50 Pocket Knives.
50 Steel Erasers. ,
50 Pocket Scissors.
50 Faber's Ink and Pencil Erasers. 1 if,
10 gross Faber's Lead Pencils, No. 2.
1 gross Red and Blue Pencils.
10 large boxes Papor Fasteners. .
10 dozen Mucilage, Morgan's, five and
eight ounces, in boxes. j
3 dozen Stickwell's Mucilago, quarto
and pints. ?, - - ?
5 dozen Morgan's Mucilage Stands
with Brushes. ?
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 Bonds, assorted. .
5 dozen boxes Quill Pens.
100 gross Steel Pens, assorted.
25 gross Pen-holders, assorted.
30 Pounce Boxes, wood or bone.
10 bottles Pounce.
JO Letter Press Books.
20 Cuob and Brushes for Letter Prees.
25 Rubber Rulers, 14 inches.
25 Boxwood Rulers, 18 inches.
50 Tin Paper Cutters.
50 Diaries for 1876.
50 Shipman's Letter Files.
75 boxes Official Seal Wafers, assorted.
6 Ivory Gavols. , ? .
10 dozen Bill Files, U. S. standard. .
5 dozen Desk Pads, 14 by 16, inter?
5 dozen Letter Clips, brass and bronze.
5 dozen Scrap Books.
50 Waste Paper Boskets.
75 Memorandum Books.
0 dozen Moore's Blotting Pads.
6 boxes Rubber Pencil Heads.
10 dozen Admission Cards.
50 sheets of Parchment
('..dozen Pen Racks, assorted.
1 dozen Bibles (small) for committeo
75 demi-quarto Blank Books, . faints
75 half-bound, faints, two quires'each.
Proposals from established dealers only
Specimens of the articles, called /or ,
must accompany each proposoL
IThe proposals to be opened at Colum?
bia, S. O, in the presence of a board,
consisting of the Governor*. Secretary of
State, Attorney-General, and the con?
tract awarded by the undersigned io tho ,
lowest responsible bidder, but such con?
tract to be of no effect until approved by
said board. ,,r ,
Tho Buccessfnl bidder or bidden, be- j
fore entering upon the performance of
-the contract, uhall-givo a bond, \7iih suf?
ficient security, on such tormn as may be
prescribed by the Attomey-Gener?l, for1
the' faithful performance of the < obliga- >
tions of the contract, bond to be | filed '?
with the Clerk of the Senate.
Failure to comply with any orderv
under the contract will operate as a fford
feitnre of the bond. ?/.,:.
The payment of. the accounts for'ata
tionery and advertising is provided for I
in an Act entitled "An Act tiitttHNI U?
supplies for the Executive Departments '
of State Government and for the General
Assembly/' approved March 24, 1875V '?
This* advertisement and the award,
with the bond given by the party, shall
constitute the contract between the State
All articles designated must be deli?
vered in good conclit ion, free of charge, >
at this office on or before November, 1875.
Proposals should be endorsed ? 'Pro?
posals for Stationery for the Use of the I
Senate," and directed to the Clerk of tho
Senate, Columbia, South Caroline?.
J. WOODRUFF, Clerk of Senate.
May 0 mil