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TEE 33 ADVOCATE.
15-: (First published, April 4, 1894.) Proposals for Stationery. Office or Secretary op State, ) Topeka. Kansas March 28. 1894. i SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the secretary of state, until 12 o'clock, in.. Mar 20, 1894, for the following items of stationery, far the use of state departments for the fiscal year ending June SO, 1895 : 50 reams. 18 pound superfine Hampshire, Fairfield, Wedgewood or Connecticut Valley, printed legal cap, per ream. 300 pounds pencil scratch paper, No. 1 print, in tabs, per pound. 300 pounds ink and pencil scratch tablets, book paper, per pound. 4 reams 100 pounds Reliance or Climax blot ting paper. 10 reams 150 pound 40x48 best jute maniUa wrapping paper. 25 M best manllla gummed newspaper wrap pers, per M. 1 gross shorthand note books, size 6x9 Inches 200 pages. 3 dozen record books, per quire, medium quality, cap size. 12 dozen Chicago copying books No. 608 X white, with or without extended index. 12 dozen Shaw copying books 500 page white with or without extended index. 10 reams type writing paper, per ream. ft dozen boxes carbon paper 8x13 Rogers. 10 reams manifold paper, cap or letter size. 10 dozen type writer ribbons. Underwoods or Remington. 12 dozen bolts silk ribbon No. i as per sample. 12 dozen paper weights. 400 congress tie envelopes Nos, 10l and 3. 400 congress tie envelopes Nos. Ilk and 10 M No. 6H XXX No. 1 ragenvelops. 10 M No. 9 XXX No. 1 rag envelops. 100 gross A. W. Faber's Hexagon gilt pencils Nos. 1-5, per gross. 2 groes A. W. Faber's Siberian Nos. 1 II to 6 II per gross. 12 gross Standard Hexagon Eagle pencils Nos. 2 to 5. 12 gross Dixon's best Hexagon pencils any number. 8 gross Dixon's secretary pencils Nos. 2 and 3. 3 gross Dixon's best colored pencils. 3 gross Eagle's ink and pencil erasers per gross, large or small. 12 dozen type writer ink erasers No. 104. 30 dozen quarts Carter's writing fluid. 6 dozen pints Carter's crimson ink. 30 dozen quarts Arnold's genuine writing fluid. 10 dozen quarts Arnold's blue-black chemi cal copying ink, per dozen. 50 gross Gillott's No. 303 pens. AO gross Gillott's No. 404 pens. 50 gross Gillott's No. 604 E. F. pens. 20 gross Esterbrook's No. 048 pens. 20 gross Esterbrook's No. 14 pens. 10 gross Esterbrook's No. 284 tar-coated pens, 10 gross Esterbrook's No. 161 pens. 30 gross Spencerlan pens, any number. 10 gross Leon Isaac fc.Co.'s Glucinum pens, any number. 5 dozen ruling pens. 10 gross anti-nervous pen holders, rubber or cork. 24 dozen No. 3 safety ink stands, per dozen. 20 dozen No. 60 pressed glass Ink wells, per dozen. 4 dozen Davis' automatic ink wells. 6 dozen ivory handled office knives, I. X. L. No. 16584. 10 dozen Miller Bros, or Faber's office knives, two-bladed. 40 dozen Wostenholm bone or rubber handled erasers No. 14311, per dozen. 6 dozen 6-inch standard nickel plated scis sors. 6 dozen 8-inch standard nickel plated scis sors. 2 dozen 10-Inch standard nickel plated scis sors. 10 dozen flat hard rubber rulers 12-inch. 10 dozen flat hard rubber rulers 14-inch. 10 dozen flat hard rubber rulers 16-inch. 12 dozen quarts Sanford'a Royal Crown mucilage per dozen. 12 dozen quarts Carter's mucilage per dozen. 10 dozen Fountain Mucilage, Carter's, large, per dozen. 10 dozen 14-inch Ostrich feather dusters per dozen. 10 dozen 18-inch Ostrich feather dusteas per dozen. 5 M. No. 1 HcGiU's flat head paper fasteners per M. 5 M. No. 2 McGlU's flat head paper fasteners per M. 5 M. No. 3 McG ill's flat head paper fasteners perM. 6 M. No. 4 McGiU's flat head paper fasteners per M. 5 M. No. 1 McGiU's round head paper fasten ers per M. 5M. No. 2 McGiU's round head paper fasten ers per M. 5 M. No. 3 McGiU's round head paper fasten ers per M. 5 M. Middleton paper fasteners per hundred. 10 dozen No. 8 Pyramid pins per dozen. 10 dozen No. 4 Pyramid pins per dozen. 10 dozen No. 5 Pyramid pins per dozen. 10 dozen No. 6 Pyramid pins per dozen. 50 pounds 2-ply hemp twine per pound. 50 pounds 3-pfy hemp twine per pound. 1 M. 17 national seals per M. red. 1 M. 17 national seals green per M. 1 M. 17 national seals gilt per M. 1 M. 28 national seals red per M. 1 M. 28 national seals green per M. 1 M. 28 national seals white per M. 1 M. 28 national seals gilt per M. 100 gross rubber bands assorted sizes (Faber) 25 dozen willow waste baskets No. 2. 6 dozen willow waste baskets No. 3. 200 dozen toilet soap assorted. 5 boxes Ivory soap large. 6 cases Pearline. 20 dozen towels medium quality. 12 cases parlor matches. 10 boxes toilet paper. 10 boxes toilet paper for Equity Fixtures. 20 pounds No. 2 American Axpress sealing wax. ft dozen globe transfer cases letter size. 13 dozen xey rings. 10 dozen sponge cups, size 8 Inch. 12 dozen cup sponges. 15 dozen Leader File letter size. Said proposals to be endorsed "Bids for Sta tionery." The bidder to whom the contract may be awarded shall deliver such stationery to the Secretary of State, in Topeka, Kansas, all charges paid. In such quantities and at such times as may be desired by the executive counciL All stationery goods ordered not herein Itemized, to be furnished at the whole sale market price. The executive council re serves the right to reject any or all bids, and also to take more or less of such articles In the above estimates as may be ordered, at the prices designated by the successful bidder. The proposals will Se opened by the execu tive council at its regular meeting. May 31, 1894. R. S. OSBORN, Secretary. (First published April 4, 1894.) PE0P0SALS. For Printing and Binding Material for the State of Kansas. Officb Secretary op State,) Topeka, Kan March 28, 1894. SEALED BIDS for furnishing paper and bind- incr materials to be used in the public printing for the year commencing July 1, 1894, will be received at this office on or before 12 o'clock m., the 20th day of May, 1894. The fol lowing is the estimate of the amount of the same that will proDaoiy do required, viz: strWlv flrat-class. sized and super-calen dared eastern book, white and tinted, 50, 60 and 70 pounds, 3,000 reams, more or less. Best superfine flat writing papers, all weights, 300 reams, more or less. Best fine tub sized and loft dried flat writing paper, all weights, 1,000 reams, more or less. First-class cover papers, all weights and colors, 250 reams, more or less. First-class, all jute, manllla wrapping paper, flat, various weights, 100 reams, more or less. Ledger papers, all weights and sizes, 100 reams, more or less. Bond papers, all weights and sizes, 100 reams, more or less. Linen papers, all weights and sizes, 100 reams, more or less. Envflloiiea. all sizes. XX and XXX Quality. Including linens, No. 1 and No. 2 rag, manllla, portfolio, catalogue, etc., 500,000, more or less, in quantities as desired. BINDING STOCK. IN QUANTITIES A3 MAT BR NEEDED. Law sheep, No. 13 cover; law sheep No.X 4 cover; law lamb, No, 1; law lamb No. X law skivers, XX and XXX ; book leather, various colors; American iiussia; cuioreu ivoa.ua ; auk Hah title leather, various colors : skivers, van ous kinds: moroccos, various kinds: book cloths, common and extra colors; canvas, white and drab; gray supers; Hayes" thread, all numbers; soft twine, best; head bands; gold leaf, various grades; cloth boards Dia mond G mills or other first-class brands as ordered; straw boards, Sherman mills: tar hoards. W. O. Davev's marble naDers. Belgian and German; book lining paper, various col ors; card middies; document manuia; doox binder's glue, best; book-binder's glue, pul verized; buffed fleshers, all sizes; but finzs. all colors: parchment or vellum The bids must be endorsed "Bids For Paper," or "Bids For Binding Material," or "Bids For Paper and Binding Material," In accordance with the bid enclosed, and addressed to the Secretary of State, Topeka, Kans., all charges paid. The executive council reserves the right to reject any and all bids, and to take more or less oi eacn article in wie aoove estimate may be required for the public printing, at tho prices designated oy tne successiui Diciaer. Samples to accompany bids. The proposals will be opened by the execu tive council at its regular meeting, May 31, 1894. By order of the executive council. R. S. OSBORN, Secretary. (First published March 28, 1898.) PROPOSALS. Notice to Contractors. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the office of the board of public works of the state of Kansas, at Topeka, &as., until a p m. on Monday, April 25, 1894, and opened lm mndiatfllv thereafter for all labor and material required in the construction of a Physics and Electrical engineering Buuaing, at iae oi University, Lawrence, Kansas, under the nrovialona of House bill No. 281. approved March 11, 1893, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared tnereror Dy Sey mour Davis, state architect, copies of which may be seen at the office of the board, state capitol grounds, after April 2, 1894. Each bid must be accompanied by a certified check for a sum not less than 3 per cent of the r.irmm mala rla (I f Scott, president of the Board of Public Works, state of Kansas, and to be forfeited to the state of Kansas as liquidated and assessed damages by the successful bidders If they fall to enter into contract and give the required bond on or before May 2, 1894. The riirht is reserved by the board to reject an or all bids and to waive any defect or informality in any Did, n it do aeemea in tne Interest of the state so to da No proposal will be received after the time .hnv daalraated. Each proposal will be inclosed in an envel ope, sealed, and mama -iroposais xor won m.nd material reauired In the erection and completion of a Physics and Electrical En gineering Building at Lawrence, Kansas," and addressed to Wm. Wykes, secretary of the T 1 TnV.l. TnnaV. IT.na.I Companies or firms bidding will give their Individual names, as well as the firm name, with their addresses. The attention of all bidders is called to chap- are expected to comply with la all state con tracts. All bidders are Invited to be present at the opening of bias, either in person or oy attor ney. 8. If. Scon, President. Wat. Wtkes, Secretary. Iftttoa Houje,TopkA,aa,$UJ-LMptr day First Published March 14,1394. Notice. Penitentiary Coal. SEALED BIDS will be received by the Board of Directors of the Kansas State Penlten tiarv. at the office of the Warden until 12 o'clock noon, of Wednesday, May 9, 1894, for the surplus output of coal of the penitentiary mine for one year commencing June 1,1894. The successful bidder to take not lesa than 50,000 bushels during each of the months of April, May, June and July ; not less tnan bushels for the month of August, and the en tire output or coal during tne remainder oi the year, excepting the wagon trtde at the mine, and the supply of state institutions, which is reserved. All bids to be accompanied by a certified check of $1,000. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. By order of Board of Directors, S. W. Chase, Warden. J. W. Yarroll, Chief Clerk. First published February 14, 1894. Legal Notice. Ofeice op the Citt Treasurer, ) Lawrence Kas., February 7, 1891 To Fftoro it May Concern: You are herebv notified that the following nam fid bonds of the citv of Lawrence. Kansas. will ha paid at the National Bank Republic at the Fiscal Agency of the state of Kansas, in the p.ltv of New York. N. Y- within thirty days from this date, viz., No.'s 1. 2 and 3, funding bonds, series "B," amount 1500 each, Issue of January 1, 1883. v. a. huncaw. First published March 21, 1894, Legal Notice. In the District Court of Shawnee county, Kansas. Sophia Taylor, Plaintiff, ) Henry Taylor, Defendant ) 2b Henry Taylor : Ynn &nt hrhv notified that vou have been sued by the plaintiff, Sophia Taylor, In the District Court oionawnee couniy.in ma kuvu for a divorce, and that unless you answer or plead to the petition filed therein on or before the 15th day of May, A. D., l94, said petition will be taken as true and a judgment rendered against you dissolving the bonds of matri mony and restoring piaintin to uer maiueu nameofSophla Gentry, as prayed for in said petition, and for costs of suit. 4. o. .caBniaui.it, Attorney for Plaintiff. Attest: 8. M. Uardenhirb, seal. Clerk of the District Court By A. D. Hubbard, Deputy. (First published April 4, 1894.) Official Notice. rrt.o Tia,t nt PnhHrt WnrL-4 will rnAfit in joint session with the Board of Regents of the State normal oenooi at r.uipuri, jvauana, uu Monday, April 10, xor wiv purpustJ ui u lnnlni aii.m nhulni for thn Rimtln? nf the naw assembly room now under course of construe tlon at tne Mate normal scnooi, ana invite contractors to be present with samples. J.CLlcCLIHTOCX, A.M.JID., DimaaoN. 80 Hamas Avenue, - Icpika, Bibiss Office hours, 3 to 4 p. m. HARNESS vTTSOAD CARTS $5.50,' "V $10,002 V ...u.niniiirvHMrn CHICAGO, ILL. 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