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THE REPUBLIC.
KDITKD BY
A. C. UULUTT JOI1S O. KAHUICNT.
PUBUBHCO BY
OIDEOM & Co.
TERMS OF THE DAILY AND TRI WEEKLY
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TERMS OF THE WEEKLY.
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THE REPUBLIC.
DAILY.
Vol. I. WASHINGTON: MONDAY MORNING, JULY 16, 1849. No. 28.
Sixteen copies, for one year '20 00
Twenty-five copies, for one year, (when
ordered at one and the same time) . . '26 00
No paper will be went until the money is received.
PROPOSALS FOR TIMBER, &c.,
FOR THE NAVY.
Navy Department,
bureau of Construction, Equipment aiul Repair,
June 13, 1849.
M KAL.ED proposals,endorsed " Proposal* for Timbtr
or Lumber, a ithe cute nuty be," (naming the
yurd lor which the offer is intended,) will be received
by this Bureau until three o'clock, P. M.,of
the fifteenth of August next, for furnishing and de
livering, under contract, at the several navy yards
hereinafter named, the limber, lumber, and other articles
embraced in this advertisement. One-fourth
of (he whole quantity reauired ul each navy yard,
must be delivered on or before the 1st July ; onefourth
on or before the 1st September ; one-fourth
on or before the 1st November; and one-fourth on
or before the 30th December, 1850. In case of failure
to deliver (he articles within the times and in
the proportions specified, the Bureau or the several
commandants to have the right to supply deficiencies
by purchase, and the contractor and his sureties
to be responsible in twice the contract price.
All the timber, lumber, and other articles must be
of the very best quality, and subject to the inspection
and measurement established for the government of
the several navy yurds, printed rules of which may
be obtained on application to the different commandants
or navy agents. All said timber, lumber,
and other articles must be entirely satisfactory" to
the respective commandants.
The while oak timber must be rough squared,
according to the growth of the tree, to have no
wane exceeding one-fourth the width of the fuce
I of the side as squared. All the yellow pine timber
must be of the very best quality of low leaf,
Jine gruin, Southern yellinr pine, to be hewed to a
fair edge, and to have no more sap tiian one-eighth
of the breadth of the face from each corner; the
contents of ull sap to be excluded in the measurement
of the timber. The ouk must be felled between
the 1st of October and the 1st of March, and must
have grown within sixty miles of the sea coast ;
must b< stripped of the bark or hewed witkin twenty
days after it is felled, and placed clear of the
ground: of which satisfactory evidence must be
given by the contractor, by the production of certificates
signed by two respectable witnesses, with
their deposition on oath, before some judge of the
court or magistrate within the township or county
where ihe timber wus felled.
Persons offering for more than one yard, must
make separate and distinct proposals for the supply of
each, keeping the classes of articles separate, aiul embracing
the whole i/uantily of all the articles in the
class. Thj cost of eacii item must be distinctly
carried out, and the aggregate of each class correctly
footed up, which is material to a fair comparison
of bids. An erroneous extension or an erroneous
aggregate will constitute an informality, and the bid
will not be considered.
No extension of lime for deliveries under any
contract will be granted, and penalties for non-fulfilment
will in all cases be rigidly enforced; bidders
are, therefore, requested to offer for no more than
they are sure they can furnish within the time specified.
The price of all manufactured or sawed lumber
will I* estimated and determined by " board meatus*the
square and round limber, unless otherwise
specified, by the " cubic foot."
Approved sureties in twice the estimated amount,
in the manner set fotth in the form of the contract,
will be required, and ten per centum, in addition,
will be withheld from the amount of each payment
as collateral security for the faithful performance of
the contract. Ninety per centum of each delivery
will be paid by the navy agent within thirty days
atXer the presentation of approved bills, in triplicate,
by the commandant of the yard at which the deliveries
are made.
Every offer must be accompanied by a written
guaranty, (the responsibility of the guarantor or
guarantors to be certified to by a navy agent or other
official person, or by some one known to the Bureau,)
lliat, if the offer bs accepted, the bidder or
bidders will, within five days afler the receipt of the
contract at the post office designated, execute the
saute with good and sufficient sureties, to furnish
the articles proposed, agreeably to the terms specified
in this advertisement, and which may be emtiodied
in the contract. The Isw of 10th August,
lb46, forbids the consideration of all proposals not
accompanied by such guaranty.
Bidders are particularly cautioned to endorte their
offer*, as above required, that they may be distinguished
from other business letters, in order to
prevent their being opened before the proper time.
All offer* not made in etrict conformity with thia
advertisement, in every particular, will be rejected
aa informal. Thoae whoae offer* are accepted will
be duly notified, and contracts forwarded without
delay.
Persona offering are directed to designate the po*(
office through which they desire to I>e addressed,
and the navy agent to whom the contract shnll tie
sent for execution.
PORM OF OFFF.R
W AaHINOTOM, , 1849.
Sia: I hereby agree to furniah and deliver at the
navy yard at ? , in conformity with the
requirement* of the advertisement from the Bureau
of Construction, Equipment, and Repair, of th?
-I 1 ?< DHL
i .Mil JUIIt, IPW, iiur ??*? ,
mr rated in (claa* ,) or claaaea ?? and ??,
for (hat yard, to wit:
Clai? wo.
cubic feet white oak plank atocka, at
? cent* per cubic foot.... f
aided incheaof white oak boat kneea,
at ? centa per aided inch . -
%
Clami wo.
cubic feet yellow pine plank aiocka,
at ? cent* per cubic foot ... } ?
cubic feet promiacuoua yellow pine,
at ? centa per cubic foot - ?
If my bid accepted, I demre to be addrraaet
through the poet office at , and the contrac
to be aent to the nary agent at ??, for **eeti
(ion.
Rcepec.tfully, A. B.
To Commodore C. W. Saiwwaa,
Chief Bureau of Conetruction, Ac , dtc., Waah
inrton.
We, the underaigned, reaide.nta of , u
the State of , hereby guarantee, that u
eaae the foregoing hid of lie accepted
inm Will, Wlinin llir unjr? nun
of the contract at the poet office designated in aau
hid, execute the name, with good and aufficien
oretie*, to furniah the article* pro|?oaed, in eon
formity with the term* of the advertiaement unde
which it wa* made. C. D.,
E. F.
I hereby certify, that to the beat of my know
ledge and Mief, the above named guarantor* ar
good and aufficient J. H.,
Navy Agent.
NAVY YARD, KTTTF.RY, MAINE
|*t Ci ***
White oak knees (by the rid*/ inch.)
MN) White Oak knee*, (or ^.VX) aided inehe*,) th
net aiding of one third to be 7 inchea, the net aidin
of one third to be 8 inchea, and the net aiding of th
other third to lie 9 inchea; the arm* to l?e in length
from A feet to 5 feet and 6 inchea; the liodie* to h
. ?n length* from ro{ to 7^, averaging hj feet.
The bodie* are to lie aided to the diameter of th
arm, the aiding aire taken at the middle of the lengt
of the arm, (clear of bark.) Three-fourth* of th
aiding or diameter i* to be conaidered the net aidin
of the knee
The moulding aire of the body, in the middle t
it* length, to lie full one and one-half the net aidin
of the knee
One-half of the almve knee* to be aquare, an
one-fourth to form an angle from eighty to ninet
degree* ; the remainder to form an angle from ntnel
to one hundred degree*.
The length of the arm to lie meaaured from th
back of the body aa moulded hy the angle* given
2d Clash.
Lumber., ("Board measure,") per thuusand
feet.
2,000 feet, bourd measure, 1st quality 5-inch clear
White Pine plank.
2,000 feet, board measure, lat quality 4-inch clear
White Pine plank.
3,000 feet, board measure, lat quality 3-inch clear
White Pine plank.
3,000 feet, board meaaure, 1st quality 2j-inch clear
White Pine plank.
10,000 feet, board measure, lat quality 2-inch clear
White Pine plank.
10,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1^-inch clear
While Pine plank.
6,000 feet, board meaaure, lat quality lj-inch clear
White Pine plank.
1,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1 {-inch clear
Cypress plank.
4,000 feet, noard measure, 1st quulily 1-inch clear
Cypress boards.
2,000 leet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch clear
White Ash plank.
2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2A-inch clear
White Ash plunk.
0,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2-inch clear
White Ash plauk.
2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1^-inch clear
White Ash plank ; one-half to be not less
than 20 inches wide.
2,000 feet.bourd measure, 1st quality li-inch clear
White Ash plank; one-half to be not less
than 20 inches wide.
3,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1-inch clear
White Ash boards.
500 feet, Ixiard measure, 1st quality 4-inch Black
Walnut plank.
500 eet, board measure, 1st quality 3-inch Black
Wulnul plank.
1,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 2-inch Black
Wulnul plank.
500 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1J inch Black
Walnut plunk.
: 2,000 feet, board measure, 1st quality 1-inch Black
Walnut boards.
I 62,500
J NAVY YARD, CHARLE8TOWN, MASS.
Clasb No. 1.
White Oak Timber, #c.
40,000 cubic feel White Oak plank stocks, to aver'
uge forty-three feet in length, none to be less than
thirty-five long, and none less than twelve inches
square at the top end, clear of wane. The stocks
to be lined straight the siding way, and may be
straight, or have a long fair curve, the other way;
both miiIar mnv bp linoH tArwrino- in rnnfnrmit v with
| the growth of the tree. 'I he wane must not exceed
one-fourth of the width of the face of the stocks, as
i squared?per cubic foot.
4,000 cubic feet White Oak butt pieces, in lengths
I from 25 to 40 feet long, and from 14 to 24 inches
square, equal proportions of the different lengths
and sizes?per cubic foot.
40 White Oak knees for cheeks, (say 420 siding
I inches, per inch,) the bodies and arms to be from
' eight to ten feet long; nett siding from nine to twelve
: inches; and to form an angle from 110 to 120 de1
grees. The bodies to be rough sided to the diameter
of the arms, including the bark. The moulding
size of the bodies in the middle of their lengths to
1 lie from fifteen to twenty inches, (per siding inch)
?per inch.
200 While Oak boat knees, (say 800 siding
I inches,) arms not less than four inches diameter
I clear of the bark, and the arms and bodies to be
not less than thirty-two inches long. One-third of
the whole number to be square knees?per inch,
nett siding.
All the above While Oak timber and knees to be
of ihe very beat quality, and free from all defect*.
1 The enda to be sawed off square to sound and peri
feet wood by the contractor.
Class No. 2.
Yellow Pine Timber.
40,000 cubic feet fine grained Southern Yellow
Pine plank stocks, to average forty-five feet in length,
and none less than thu ty-five feet long. Two sides
must be lined straight, but may retain the natural
I taper of the tree. The other two sides may be lined
| of parallel breadths, or with the natural taper, and
must be lined straight, or with a fair curve. The
small end must not be leas than four-fifths of the
butt end, and the small end must not be less than
twelve inches square, clear of wane. No more sap
I wood than one-eighth of the breadth of the face from
each corner wilf lie allowed on the stocks. The
sap wood lo be excluded in the measurement?per
cubic fool.
5,000 cubic feel fine grained Southern Yellow Pine
promiscuous timlier, from 26 to 40 feet long, and
from 18 to 24 inches square?per cubic foot.
All the above Yellow Pine timlier to be of the
very best quality, and free from all defiscts. The
ends to be sawed off square to sound and perfect
wood hy the contractor.
Class No. 3.
White Pine.
2,000 feet, board measure, No 1 White Pine 1
i ' inch boards, to be clear of all defects, such as knots,
i i rot, splits, shakes, stains, coarseness of quality, aap
| wood, holes, and uneven sawing?per thousand feel,
( tmard measure.
30,(MX) feet, board measure, No. a White Pine one
inch boards, to have not more than three medium
size knots within the surface of fifteen feet -, to he
| clear of all other knots, sap wood, rot, shakes, splits.
" I holes, and uneven sawing?per thousand feel hnara
measure.
. I ./Jthy Cherry, Black Walnut, Cypres*, Lo.
| cu*t, <S"r.
| 800 cubic feet White Ash butt pieces, from 14 to
.10 feet long, and to average 18 inches diameter in
, the middle of the sticks, clear of hark; none less
- than 16 inches diameter?per cubic foot.
500 feet board measure. Chcrrv t>oarda. one inch
- thick, to average 16inches?per thousand feet, board
- measure
30,000 feet bonrd measure. While Ash plank, 3
inches (hick?per thousand feet, board measure.
1 600 feet board measure, Cherry plank, 3 inches
t thick to arernge H inches wide?per thousand ftet
board measure.
1,000 feet Iwtard mnaatsre, Black Walnut boards,
1 inch thick, to average 18 inches wide?per thousand
feet, board measure.
1,900 feet board measure, Btark Walnut boards,
1 1 inch thick, to average 14 inches wide?per thou[l
i sand feet, lioard measure.
ri , 600 feet Imard measure, Black Walnut plank, 3
I, ' inches thick, to average 14 inches wide?per thou>t
sand feel board measure.
J 10,000 feel board measure, Cypress boards, 1
it inch thick, from 90 to 30 foet long, and from 8 to
i- 12 inches wide?per thousand feet, board measure.
r I 50 piece* Yellow Locuat, from 13 to 25 fret long,
and from 10 to 18 inrhea diameter, to average 14
inchea diameter, clear of berk, in the middle of the
j atirka, or 575 cubic fret?per cubic foot.
e I 6 pterea Fuatic, three feet Ion* and mxteen inchea
1 diameter, aav 17 cubic feet?per cubic foot.
1,900 feet hoard meaaure, Cedar hoarda, 15 to 25
fret long, and from 8 to 12 inchea wide, and { of
an inch thick?per thouannd feet, hoard meaaure.
All the Aah, Cherry. Ac., above dcerribed, to be
of the very beat quality, clear of rot, aplita, ahakea,
knota, rroaa grain, worm holea, etaina, Ac The
^ plank and boarda to be aawed to even thirkneaaea.
g Ci am No. 4.
e i HI nek Sprue f Spars and Poles.?Hyfhrinch
arui pole.
30 piecea, 37 feet long, 8 inchea diameter in the
e middle, 5 inchea diameter at the top end, clear of
h the bark?per inch, 240 inchea.
ie 40 piecea 35 feel long, 7 inchea diameter in the
g middle, 4| inchea diameter at the top end, clear of
the hark?per inch, 280 inchea.
if 30 piecea, 30 fret long, 7 inchea diameter in the
g middle, 4) inchea diameter at the top end, clear of
the tiark?per inch, 210 inchea
d 40 piecea, 27 feel long, fi inchea diameter in the
y middle, 4 inchea diameter at the top end, clear of
y the bark?per inch, 240 inchea.
100 piecea, 25 feet long, 5 inchea diameter in the
ie , middle, 3J inchea diameter at the top end, clear of
i. | the bark?per inch, 500 inchea
100 poles, 20 feet long, 4 inches diumeter in the
middle, 3 inches diameter at the lop end, clear of
the bark?per pole, by the pole.
All the above spars to be of the very best qaulity, ,
straight and free from all defects.
NAVY YARD, BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Class No. 1.
Live Oak timber, (by the cubic foot.)
Live Oak keelson pieces for a frigate of the 1st
class, (two sets,) as follows :
24 pieces 29 feet long, 1,740 cubic feet.
2 do 35 do 175 do.
2 do 25 do 124 do
2 do 22 do 110 do
2 do 14 do 70 do
To be sided 20 inches and moulded 18 inches.
Each of these pieces is intended to form two pieces,
to be worked to 18 inches siding, and six inch
mouuieu, neu dimension; an allowance is mauc 01
6 inches the moulding way, that the heart of the
piece may be taken out if deemed proper, und the
contractor will hew them with reference to this
arrangement.
Live Oak keelson pieces, for a sloop-of-war of the
1st class, (three sets,) as follows:
18 pieces 29 feet long, 1,071 cubic feet.
6 do 33 do do 408 do.
3 do 21 do do 130 do.
3 do 20 do do 124 do.
To be sided 164 inches and moulded 18 inches.
Each of the pieces is intended to form two pieces
to work 14$ inches siding, and 6 inches moulding,
nett dimensions; an allowance it made of 6 inches
in the moulding way, that the heart of the piece
rriuit Ito tulron nnt if* flpomptl nrnnnr ? 11(1 flip, n.nN
tractor will hew them with reference to this arrtyigemcnt.
All the aforesaid Live Oak keelson timber shall
have grown not more than twenty-five miles from
the sea, and shall be free from all defects which
may impair the good quality for the purpose for
which it is required; to be got out straight the
siding way,un(l by a sweep curving 6 inches in
45 feet, the moulding way.
Class No. 2.
Locust timber
500 cubic feet Long Island Locust timber,
lengths not less than 10 feet, to average 12 inches
diameter, not less than 10 inches, to be of the best
quality, free from all defects.
2 pieces Yellow Locust timber, 18 cubic feet, L
Island, 4 feet each, 23 inches diameter.
8 pieces Yellow Locust timber, 37 cubic feet, L.
Island, 7 feet each, 8 x 12 inches diameter.
30 pieces Yellow Locust timber, 150 cubic feet, L.
Island, 12 feet each, 7x9 inches diameter.
Class No. 3.
Yellow Pine timber.
20,000 cubic feet Southern Yellow Pine plank
stock.
10,000 cubic feet Southern Yellow Pine promiscuous
timber. ?
The "plank stock" to be in length not less than
35 feet, averaging 45 feet, half to square 12 inches
and half to square 14 inches and upwards at the
lop end of the sticks; to be of the best quality, long
leaf, fine grain, free from heart shakes, wind shakes,
and all other defects; to be hewed to a fair edge,
and to have no more sap than one-eighth of the
breadth of the face from each corner, and the cubical
contents of all sap to be excluded in the
measurement of the timber.
The "promiscuous umber" to be in lengths not
less than 30 feet, to average 40 feel, to square 14
inches ana upwaru* ai me iop eras, averaging iu
inches square ; to be of the beat quality, long leaf,
fine grain, free from heart shakes, wind shakes,
and ull other defects; to be hewed to a fair edge, according
to the growth of the tree, and to have no
more sap than i of the breadth of the face from
each onrner, and the cubical contents of all the sap
to be excluded in the measurement of the timber.
A proportion of the above timber may be hewed
with a fair curve of 6 inches spring one way of the
stick.
The aforesaid "plank stocks" and "promiscuous
timber" must be felled between the 1st of October
and the 1st of March, and must have grown within
60 miles of the sea coast; must be stripped of the
bark, or hewed within 'JO days after it is felled, and
placed clear of the ground.
Class No. 4.
Spar timber.
3 yellow pine sticks,or 267 cubic feetof spar timber,
50 feet long, 16 inches parallel.
3 yellow pine sticks, or 210 cubic feet of spar timber,
45 feet long, 15 inches parallel.
4 yellow rune sticks, or 1,035 cubic feet of spar timber,
73 feet long, 25J inches i from butt.
4 yellow pine sticks, or 722 cubic feet of spar timber,
o5 feet long, 23 inches } from butt.
4 yellow pine sticks, or 468 cubic feet of spar timber,
52 feet long, 19 inches ^ from butt.
4 yellow pine slicks, or 384 cubic feet of spar timber,
48 feet long, 18 inches } from butt.
2 yellow pine sticks, or 147 cubic feetof spar umber,
54 feet long, 16 inches J from butt.
4 yellow pine sticks, or 96N cubic feet of spar limber,
72 feet long, 22 inches parallel.
, 4 yellow pine sticks, or 874 cubic feet of spar umber,
b5 feet long, 22 inches parallel.
All of the above Yellow Pine spar timber is to be
i of the beat quality, free from heart shakes, wind
] shakes, and all other defects, to be hewed to a fail
edge, and to hare no more sap than 1-6 of th?
breadth of the face from each corner. Thoar
pieces marked "J from butt" aie for yards, and
must be the name at the butt, and lined full toward)
the end, which can lie tapered off, the large piecei
I to 14 inches and the smallest to 11 inches?by thi
l cubic foot.
Clam No. 5.
Spruce spars.
25 spruce spars, 55 to 60 feet long, of proportional!
aire, per spar.
25 spruce spars, 45 to 50 feet long, of proportionnti
sire, per spar.
500 inches spruce spars, 6} to 9J inches, per inch.
Clam No. 6.
Jlsh timber, Sc., Sc.
4 ash logs, 14 feet 'ong and 20 to 24 inches di
ameter, 308 it hen, per inch.
.100 inches round ash timber, 20 to 24 inches di
ameier, per inch.
200 inches round ash timber, 24 inches dinmeter
per inch.
1200 inches round ash nmlter, 20 inches diameter
per inch.
1000 fret ash plank, 4 inches thick, 22 inches wide
board measure, per 1000 feet.
1500 feetaah plank. 3J inchea thirk, 21 inrhea wide
board measure, j>e.r 1000 feel.
1500 feet ash plank, 3| inches thick, 20 inches wide
board measure, per 1000 fret.
2000 feet ash plank, 3 inches thick. 21 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
1500 fret ash plank, 3 inches thick, IH inches wide
board measure, per 1000 fret.
1500 feet ash plank, 2} inches thick, 20 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
90(10 fpet H*h rtlnnlr 9J inehra thick 17 inches Wide
board measure, |*r 1000 feet.
1000 feel ash plank, 2} inches thick, 20 inches wide,
hoard measure, per 1000 feet
2000 feet ash plank, 2} inches thick, 16 inchea wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
1000 feet ash plank,2J inches thick, 21 inches wide,
lioard measure, per 1000 feet.
1500 feet ash plank, 2J inches thick, 17 inches wide,
hoard measure, per 1000 feet.
200(1 feet ash plank, 21 inches thick, 15 inches wide,
Imard measure, per 1000 feel.
2000 feet ash plank, 2{ inches thick, 13 inches wide,
hosrd measure, per 1000 feet.
2000 feet ash plank, 2 inches thick, 15 inches wide,
lioard measure, per 1000 feet. ,
2000 feet ash plank, 2 inches thick, 13 inches wide,
Imnrd measure, per 1000 feet.
1500 feel ash plank, 2 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
IxHird measure, per 1000 feel.
1500 feet ash plana, 2 inches thick, 22 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
2000 feet ash plank, 1} inches thick, 18 inches wide
board measure, per 1000 feet.
i 1500 feetuoh plunk, l;j inches thick, 17 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
2000 feel ash plonk, 1 j inches thick, 16 inches wide,
board measure, per 1U0U feet.
15U0 feet ash plank, 1 j inches thick, 12 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
2000 feet uah plunk, 11 inches thick, 17 inches wide,
)>oard measure, per 1000 feet.
2000 feet ash plank, 11 inches thick, 17 inches wide,
board measure, per 1000 feet.
3000 feet ash plank, 1J inches wide, board measure,
per 1000 feet.
3000 feet ash plank, 11 inches thick, board measure,
per 1000 feet.
400 feet ash plunk, 4 inches thick, 12 to 20 inches
wide, 12 to 14 feet long, well seasoned.
600 feet ash plank, 3 inches thick', 12 to 20 inches
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, well seasoned.
1300 feet ush plank , 2 inches thiek, 15 to 20 inches
wide, and upwards, to be clear and well sea
soned.
350 feet ash plank, 1} inches thick, 18 to 94 inches
wide, to be clear and well seasoned.
3000 feet ash plank, 1} indies thick, 18 to 24 inches
wide, to be clear and well seasoned.
6000 feet ash plank, 1 j inches thick, 20 indies
wide, und upwards, to be clear and well seasoned.
600 feet ash plank, 1 inch thick, 12 to 20 inches
wide, to be clear and well seasoned
350 feel ash plank, 1 j inches thick, 10 to 14 inches
wide, to be clear and well seasoned.
3000 feet ash plank, 1} inches thick, 10 to 18inches
wide, to be clear and well seasoned.
500 feet 4 inch ash plank, board measure.
500 do 3 do do do
300 do 2J do do do
500 do 2 do do do
200 do 11 do do do
500 do 1$ do do do
500 do li do do do
500 do 1 do boards, do
50 white ash oars, 17 feet long,'or 850 feet in
length, by the foot.
100 white ash oars, 16 feet long, or 1600 feet in
length, by the foot.
150 white ash oars, 15 feet long, or 2250 feet in
length, by the foot.
300 white ash oars, 14 feet long, or 4200 feet in
length, by the foot.
500 white ash oars, 13 feet long, or 6500 feet in
length, by the foot.
300 white ash oars, 12 feel long, or 3600 feet in
length, by the foot.
All the foregoing ash timber and plank to be of
the best quality white ash, free from knots, shakes,
splits, and all other defects.
Class No. 7.
White Oak timber, &(c., per cubic foot.
30000 cubic feet white oak plank stock, per cub. ft.
10000 cubic feet white oak promiscuous timber, per
cubic foot.
2000 feet 1J inch white oak plank, per thousand
feet, board measure. ?
j 2000 feet 1{ iuch white oak plank, per thousand
feet, board measure.
3000 feet 1 inch white oak boards, per thousand
feet, board measure,
i .'1000 feet j inch white oak boards, per thousand
feet, board measure.
The above "white oak plank stocks" to be in
lengths not less than 35 feet, averaging 43 feet, half
to square 12 inches and half to square 14 inches
and upwards at the top end of the suck. They must
be rough-squared, according to the growth of the
tree; to have no wane exceeding 1-5 the width of
the face of the side, as squared; to be of the best
quality, free from heart shakes, wind shakes, bad
knots, short crooks, and all other defects. TKc
cubical contents of the sap shall be excluded in the
measurement.
The "promiscuous timber" to be in lengths not
Ic<<? than 90 feet, to average 35 feel, to square 14
inches and upwards at the top end of the stick?to
average 17 inches. It must be rough-squared according
to the growth of the tree; to have no wane
exceeding 1-5 the width of the face of the sides as
rquared, to be of the best quslity, free from heart
shakes, w. sd shakes, bad knots, and all other defects,
and the cubical contents of the sap shall be
excluded in the measurement.
The above white oak plank stocks and promis|
cuous umber must be felled between the 1st October
and 1st March, and must have grown within
GO miles of the sea-coast, must be stripped of the
bark, or hewed within 30 days after it is felled, and
placed clear of the ground.
Class No. 8.
White Pine timber, Arc., (board measure,
per thousand feet.)
500 feet 4J-inch clear white pine, well seasoned,
13 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
700 feet 4-inch clear white pine, 13 to 18 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal qunnuiiea.
1,000 feet 3-ineh clear white pinr, 13 to 18 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
3,000 feet 2}-inch clear while pine, 13 to 18 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal quantities
1,000 feel 3i-inch clear white pine, 13 to 14 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
13,000 3-mch clear white pine, 13 to 14 inches wide,
13 to 16 feel long, equal quantities.
1,000 teet 1 j-inch clear white pine, 12 to 14 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
11,000 feet IJinch clear white pine, 13 to 14 inches
wide, 13 to 16 feet long, equal quanuties.
10,000 feet l]-inch dear white pine, 13 to 14 inches
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
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I II(VIW ICCI l iiiv.il virmi wiu?c |Miio, 14 mi mv/nw
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
1 I 4,(KM) fret J-inc.h Hear white pine, 12 to 14 inches
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
' 9,(KM) feet J-inrh clear white pine, 12 to 14 inches
1 . wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
10,000 feet 2-inch merchantable white pine, 14 feet
and upwards in length.
10,000 feet 2-tnch merchantable white pine, 14 feet
and upwards in length.
10,000 feet 2-inch merchantable white pine, 14 feet
and upwards in length.
10,000 feet good box hoards,! 16 feet long, J 12 fret
long, 12, 15, and 20 inches wide, equal
quantities.
2,000 merchantable Albany plank, per plank
I 'Mffl do do boards, ner board
Clam No. 9.
Lignummla (per ton.)
1:2 ton*, of 2,'240 Iba, of Lignumviue 171 in. diam.
4 ilo do do do 15 to 16 do do
3 do do do do 13 to 14 do do
4 do do do do II to 12 do do
4 do do do do 9 to 10 do do
5 do do do do 8 to do do
4 do do do do 7 to 71 do do
4 do do do do 6 to 6} do do
4 do do do do 3 to 5^ do do
To bo of the l?ent quality of 8t. Domingo Lignumvitc,
to bo otrnigM ami aound, and free from
checlc*, and not leu* than .1 teet long.
Class No. 10.
Hickory Bar* (by the bar.)
50 rough Hickory bars, 13 feet long, to square 5
inches 2 feet above butt.
200 rough Hickory bars, 5} feet long, to square 3
inches 1 feet above butt.
75 rough Hickory liars, 5 feet long, to square 9
inches 1 fool above butt.
100 rough Hickory Imrs, 6 fret long, to square 3$
inches.
All to be split straight from the best quality of
white heart hickory, free from knots and all other
defects.
CxfjrrexH, (board measure.)
5,000 feet of Cypress boards } inch thick.
5,000 do do 1J do
Black Walnut, [board measure,) per one
hundred feet.
200 feet 4 x 4-inch black walnut joist, good and dry
200 feet 4-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
400 feet 3}-inr.h black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
500 feet 3-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 ui 18 inches wide.
.100 feet 2j-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
| 12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
600 feet 3-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
100 feet 1 j-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
100 feet 1 J-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
150 feet 11-inch black walnut plank, good and dry,
12 to 16 feet long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
400 feet 1-inch black walnut boards, good and dry,
10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches wide, equal
quantities.
400 feel J-inch black walnut boards, good find dry,
10 to 14 feet long, 14 to 24 inches wide, equal
quantities.
150 feet J-inch black walnut boards, good and dry,
12 to 18 inches wide.
200 feet black walnut veneers, 3 feet long.
Class No. 11.
Mahogany, (board measure,) per one hundred
Jeet.
120 feet 34-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 12 to
16 inches wide, equal quantities.
100 feet 4-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 12 to
16 inches wide, equal quantities.
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16 inches wide, equal quantities.
150 feet 21-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 10 to
24 inches wide, equal quantities.
200 feet 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 10 to
24 inches wide, equal quantities.
100 feet l?-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long, 10 to
24 inches wide, equal quantities.
200 feel l?-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, onethird
12 to 15 inches wide, one-third 18 inches
wide, one-third 24 inches wide, equal quantities.
250 feet 1-inch mahogany, 8 to 12 feet long, onequarter
12 to 15 inches wide, one-quarter 18
inches wide, one-quarter 20 inches wide, onequarter
24 inches wide, equal quantities.
150 feet J-inch mahoganv, 10 to 14 feet long, 15 to
20 inches wide, equal quantities.
100 feet j-inch moheganv, 10 to 14 feet long, 15 to
20 inches wide, equal quantities.
200 leet 11 and 2-inch mahogany, 10 to 14 feet long,
15 to 20 inches wide, equal quantities.
100 feet assorted mahogany, crotch veneers, 3 feet
long.
200 cubic feet African mahogany, in the log, not
? less than 10 feet long, 26 to 30 inches square.
Class No. 12.
Maple, (board measure,) per 100 jeet.
100 feet Maple Joist, 4 x 4, 3j x 4, and 3x3 inches,
equal quantities.
25 feet Maple Veneers, 3 feet long, assorted.
Cedar, board measure, per M.
1000 feet Cedar Boards, j inch thick.
Cherry, (board measure.)
100 feet Cherry Plank, 2J-inch, 12 to 18 inches
wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Plank, 2-inch, 12 to 18 inches
wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantiiies.
100 feet Cherry Plank, l?-inch, 12 to 18 inches
wide, 10 to 14 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Boards, 1-inch, 18 to 24 inches
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Boards, 5-mch, 18 to 24 inches
wide, 12 to 16 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Boards, {-inch, 12 to 18 inches
wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Boards, ^-inch, 12 to 18 inches
wide, 12 feet long, equal quantities.
100 feet Cherry Joist, 4 x 4-inch, 12 feel long.
150 feet Cherry Joist, 31 x 3J-inch, 12 feet long.
2001 feet J and 5-inch White wood Boards, 14 to
20 inches wide, (beard measure.)
NAVY YARD, PHILADELPHIA.
Class No. 1.
White Oak, (by the cubic fuot.)
15.fM cubic feci White Oak plank stork.
Instructions furnished at the yard.
Clais No. 2.
White Pine (by the thousandfeet.)
60,000 feet (board measure) 3-inch White Pine
plank, 40 feet long, 14 to 16 inches wide,
square-edged, free from defects that would
injure them as stage plank.
10,000 feet (board measure) 2-<nch White Pine
panel pianx, lb reel long.
10,0(10 feet (board measure) lj-inch White Pine
panel plank, 16 feet long.
5,000 feet (board measure) lj-tnch White Pine
panel plank, 16 feet long.
10,00(1 feet (board measure) 1-inch White Pine
panel boards, 16 feet long.
Clak No. 3.
White Jish, (by lineal foot.)
100 aeaaoned While Ash, for rafters, 14 feel, or
1400 lineal feet.
100 seasoned White Ash, for rafters, 16 feet, or
1600 lineal feet,
inches square at loom; 5) by 1$ inches at the
end.
NAVY YARD, WASHINGTON.
Class No. 1.
White Pine, (board measure, per thousand
feet.)
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,vuu nuj' li, ? IIIV.II *' mw a nrv in/mus.
12,000 do lj do do do
7,000 do 1 do do do
Clash No. 2.
JJsh, per cubic feet.
1,500 cubic fret of Ash logs, viz:
500, or one-third to be from 16 to 20 inches in diameter.
500, or one-third to be from 20 lo 24 inches in diameter,
and
500, or one-third to be from 24 to 28 inches in diameter.
All to be from 12 to 20 feet in length.
Clam No. 3.
Miscellaneous, (board measure, per thousand
feet.)
500 sup. ft. 1 inch Yellow Poplar panel !>oards.
500 " 2 do Black Walnut do do
500 " 1} do do do do
500 " 1 do do do do
500 " , do do do do
The whole to be inspected and measured agreeably
to the printed rules issued bv the Bureau, a
oppy of which will be furnished bidders by the
Commandant of the Nary Yard, Washington.
NAVY YARD, GOSPORT, VA
Class No. 1White
Oak timber, per cubic foot.
30.000 cubic feet White Oak plank stocks,
1,(100 do do promiscuous timber.
To lie rough squared, from .10 to 50 feet in length,
to average 40 feet in length, and not to be Iam than
! 14 inches square at small end.
White Oak thick stuff, for caps and trestletrees.
10 pieces, each niece 31 feel in length, 16 inches
wide, 10 inches thick, or 212 cubic feet.
10 pieces, each piece 19 feet in length, 14 inches
wide, 9 inches thick, or 162 cubic feet
15 pieces, each piece 17 feet in length, 14 inches
wide, 8 inches thick, or 200 cubic feet.
15 pieces, each piece 11 feet in length, 13 inches
I * wide, 7 inches thick, or 120 cubic feet.
White Oak or Hickory small butts, for
Cooper.
4 pieces, 20 feet in length, by the piece.
4 do 14 do do
4 do 10 do do
4 do 6 do do
To be not less than 6 inches at the small end, and
clear of knots and straight grained
5,000 white oak barrel staves, usual'sizes, by (lie
thousand.
Class No. 2.
White Pine, board measure, by the thousand
5,000 fset of plank *iooks, to be from 35 to 60 feet
in length, to average 45 feet in length, not
to be Tess than 14 inches square at small ,
end.
4,000 feet plank, 4 inches thick,
5,000 do 3 do
Susquehanna pine; no plank to be under
12 inches wide.
30,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick,
30,000 do 1} do
35,000 feet boards, 1 inch thick,
To be of the usual breadth, Susquehanna
pine No. 1, or first quality.
20,000 feet boards, { inch thick, to be of the usual
breadth, Susquehanna pine No. 1, or first
quality.
15,000 feet plank, 2 inches thick,
15,000 do 1 do
Usual breadth, Susquehanna pine No. 2,
or second quality.
Class No. 3.
Southern Yellow Pine, by the cubic foot.
STEAMERS.
45 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 13} inches,
and mould 15 inches, 2,925 cubic feet.
40 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 12 inches, and
mould 14 inches, 2,100 cubic feet.
FRIGATES.
10 beams. 46 feet in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 14 inches, 6f0 cubic feet.
10 beams, 45 feet in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 14 inches, 660 cubic feet.
4 beams, 42 feet in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 14 inches, 245 cubic feet.
10 beams, 47 feet in length, <o side 17 inches, and
mould 15 inches, 825 cubic feet.
10 beams, 46 feet in length, to side 17 inches, and
mould 15 inches, 815 cubic feet.
5 beams 42 feet in length, to side 17 inches, and
mould 15 inches, 371 cubic feet.
10 beams, 44 feet in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 11 inches, 550 cubic feet.
10 beams, 42 feel in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 11 inches, 520 cubic feet.
10 beams, 40 feet in length, to side 15 inches, and
mould 11 inches, 500 cubic feet.
The above beams to be fine grain Yellow Pine,
to spring 6 inches in 45 feet.
20,000 feel Yellow Pine plank slock, to be fine grain.
Class No. 4.
Southern Yellow Pine, (by cubic foot.)
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1680 cubic feel, or 12
pieces, each piece 62 22 22 ; 19 16 10
1176 cubic feet, or 12
pieces, each piece 55 20 20 17 14 9
White Jlsh (hourd measure) per thousand
feet.
12,000 feet of plank, 2 inches thick
5,000 do do 1} do
4,000 do boards, 1 do
To be 12 inches and upwards in breadths
and usual lengths.
2,000 feet of plank, 2 inches thick
Q OOn Ar. Ar. 11 Hn
2,000 do boards, 1 do
From 8 to 10 inches wide, 12 to 18 feet |
lengths.
Black Walnut, (board measure.)
1,000 feet of plank, 4 inches thick
1,000 do do 3 do
1,000 do do 9} do
1,000 do do 2 do
12 inches and upwards in breadth.
1,000 feet of boards, 1 inch thick
1,000 do do 3 do
To be in breadths of 16, 18, and 20 inches,
in proportions of each.
Cherry, (board measure.)
I.IKK feet of boarda 1 inch thick, 16, 18, and 20,
inchea wide, pronortiona of each breadth, to
be clear of all defecta.
Elm, (board measure.)
3,000 feet quartered boarda, J inch thick, 8 to 10
inchea wide, 15 to 25 feet in length.
1,000 feet of plank, 3 inchea thick, 24 inchea wide.
Cypress, (board measure.)
6,000 feet quartared boarda, 1 inch thick, 8 to 10
inches wide, 15 to 25 feet in length.
Ci.aaa No. 5.
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oi. ui/mxTigu jiiuriuguny jut lupxiurisy
(board measure.)
4 pieces, each piece 4J inches thick, 29 inches wide,
9 feet long. 400 feet.
4 pieces, each piece 4 inches thick, 25 inches wide,
9 feet long, 304 feet.
I 2 pieces, each piece 4 inches thick, 25 inches wide,
8 feet long, 156 feet.
' 4 pieces, each piece 5 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
9 feet long, 180 feet.
4 pieces, each piece 4 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
9 feet long, 134 feet
2 pieces, each piece 4 inches thick, 12 inches wide,
8 feet long, 64 feet.
2 pieces, each piece 3} inches thick, 12 inches wide,
8 feet long, 56 feet.
To he straight grained, clear of knots, splits, and
tall Alkar ifsfi rla / liv lK? Psvitt \
Bay Mahogany, (board measure.)
, 1,000 feel of plank, 4 inches thick, to lie 12 inches
and upward* in breadth.
1,000 feet of hoards, 1 inch thick
1,000 do do J do
1,000 do do , do
To be 16, 18, and 20 inches wide, equal
proportions of each, by the foot.
Class No. 6.
200 Hickoty handspikes, each 6 feet in length, 4
inches square at the butt end, and not less
than 2J inches at the small end. To be offered
for by the piece.
Class No. 7.
Lignumrito > (by the ton of%240 pounds.)
3 tons Lignumvitar., an equal proportion of the following
diameters, viz., 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, b, 9. and
10 inches. To be free of shakes, rents*
cracks, and all other defects.
NAVY YARD, PKNSACOLA.
Class No. 1.
White Oak Timbrr, (by the cubic foot.)
2,500 cubic feel best quality white oak plank
stocks, to average forty-five feet long, and none less
than thirty-five feet long; to square from thirteen to
fiffrni int mill HI f r?L'l fhirlson at
Clam* No. S,
Y>//oir Pine Timber, (by the cubic foot.)
2,000 cubic, feet fine-grained long-leaf yellow pine
I plank stocks, beet quali'y, length not lese than
thirty-five feet, averaging forty-five feet; to square
from twelve to fourteen inches, and average thirteen
at top end.
Class No. 3.
i Lumber, (board measure,) per thousand feet.
20,000 feet beat quality white pine boards, 1 inch
thick.
10,000 feet beat quality white pine plank, 1] inch
thick.
10,000 feet beat quality white pine plank 1} inch j
thick.
10,000 feet heal quality while pine plank, 2 inches
thick.
10,000 feet juniper, 1 inch, heat quality ; length to
be from 12 to 16 feet, width from 10 to
14 inches.
Class No 4.
Hard Wooii PInnk and Boards, (board
measure.)
, 1500 sup feet . Wry boards, 1 inch thick, 12 feet
long, 12 to 18 inches wide.
L. IZ22. i
NIMH STREET, *
NEAR UNNKVLVANIA AVENUE,
WASHINGTON, D. C.
ADVERTISING:
Advertisements will be married in The Kebublac
at lite usual ratea of the other paper* published in
Washington.
A deduction will be made to those who advertise
by the year.
THE l'Rl-WEKJUiY UEPHBLIC
WILL BB 1MUBD KVBBT
TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND SATURDAY.
THE WEEKLY REPVBUC
WILL BE PUBLISHED EVERY THURSDAY.
1000 sup. feet black walnut, 1 inch thick, 13 fee
long, 13 to 18 inches wide.
500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany, 1 inch,
and 10 to 13 feet long, 15 to SO inches wide.
500 sup. feet St. Domingo mahogany, 3 inch,
and 10 to 13 feet long, 15 to 30 inches wide
Class No. 5.
White Ash Oar Rafters and Ash Logs.
25 oar rafters, first quality, 18 feet long, to be 4
inches square in the looms, 450 feet in all, by
the foot.
25 oar rafters, first auslitv. 16 feet long, 4 inches
square in the looms,' 400 feet in ail, by the
foot. I
25 oar rafters, first quality, 14 feet long, 4 inches
square in the looms, 350 feet in all, by the
foot.
25 oar rafters, first quality, 12 feel long, 4 inches
square in the looms, 300 feet in all, by the
foot.
6 oar rafters, first quality, 26 feet long, to be 5}
inches Bquare in the looms, the blades to be
one-third the length of the rafters, and 7 inches
wide and 2 inches thick at the blade end, 168
feet in all, by the foot.
10 ash logs, 12 to 14 inches in diameter, and 12 feet
long, (per cubic foot,) 130 cubic feet.
Class No. 6.
White Oak Knees, {per sided inch.)
25 knees, sided 7 inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 to
H faat in lontvtK 17^ inrhp&i
25 knees, sided ^ inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 to
7 feet in length, 150 inches.
25 knees, sided 5 inches, arm 4 to 5 feet, body 5 to
7 feet in length, 125 inches.
None to vary more than 3 degrees from a right
angle. June 13?luwtl5Aug.
SPLENDID LOTTERIES,
FOR JULY, 1849.
J. W. MAURY & CO., MANAGERS.
CAPITAL, #36,000!
#18,000! #10,000!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY,
For the benefit of Monougulia Academy,
Clam No. 90, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
21st of July, 1849.
75 number lottery, 13 drawn ballots.
SPLENDID SCHEME:
1 splendid prize of - - $35,000
1 prize of 18,000
1 do .... 10,000
1 do - - - 8,000
1 do .... 5,000
1 do .... 4,000
1 do .... 2,255
20 prize* of * - 1,200
20 do .... 600
20 do - - - 400
Ticket* $10?Halves $5?Quarters $2 50.
r<...r ...... or. wuu aini iwi
Do <io of 26 Half do 65 00
Do do of 25 Quarter do 32 50
$52 000!
$18,000! $11,000!
Sixteen Drawn Ballot*!
VIRGINIA STATE LOTTERY.
For the benefit of Monongalia Academy,
Claa* G, for 1849,
To be drawn at Alexandria, Va., on Saturday, the
28th of July, 1849.
7b number lottery?16 drawn ballou!
Mar* prize* titan blank*.'
SPLENDID SCHEME:
1 splendid prise of - . $62,000
1 prize of 18,000
ij I 1 ,vw
I do - * - - - 8,000
I 1 do . - - 6,000
I do .... 4,000
1 do .... 3,000
1 do .... 2,696
10 prizes of .... 1,600
10 do .... 1,100
10 do .... 500
Tirkets $15?Halves $7 5<>-Quarters $3 75
Eighths $1 871.
Certificates of package* of 26 Whole tickets $ 170 00
Do do of "26 Half do 86 00
Do do of 26 Quarter do 42 60
Do do of 26 Eighth do 21 16
Orders for Tickets and Sliares and Certificates of
Packages in the above Splendid Lotteries will receive
the most prompt attention, and an official account
of each drawing sent, immediately after it is
over, to all who order from us.
Address J. It C. MAURY, AfftUi,
June 14 Alnaruiria, Fa.
P. H. HOOK 4l CO.,
Pa. Avenue, between 7th and 8th streets.
HAVE now in store and are constantly receiving
from manufacturers and importers additions
to the following description of goods, viz:
House furnishing articles of every variety, such
as Carpeting*, Rugs, Floor Oil Cloths, Canton and
Spanish Mattings, Curtain Materials and Fixtures,
Lace Curtains, Embroidered Muslin Curtains, Marseilles
Counterpanes, Furniture Chintz, Linen Sheetings,
Pillow Case Linens, Towellings, Table Damasks,
Table Clotlis, Damask Napkins, Bird's Eye,
Scotch and Russia Diapers, Cloth, Worsted, and
ixnrnn 1 iiDir ?nn riano uovera, ?c., ac.
IN LADIES' WEAR. FANCY GOODS, kc.%
WE NAME?
Frenc h and India Silkj of the launt my Ira
Black Groa dc Rhine* and Satin de Chine for veaitr*
Frenc h Barege*, Ti**ure*. and Grenadinea
French, Scotch, and American lawiu and Ginghaml.
Plaid, Striped and Plain Swiaa Mualina
Lace Cap**, French worked Collar* and Cufin
Splendidly Embroidered and Plain Canton Crape
Slut w la
Needle worked and Bordered Shear Lawn Hand
kerchief*
Silk, Cotton and Raw Silk Hoaiery of every dear
ription
Kid, Silk and Li?lc Thread Glovea, of every dear
ription
Black Net Mita, Thread Iuircv, Black Silk Lace*
Bobbin Edging*, kr., Itr.
IN GENTLEMEN'S WEAR, WE NAMEFrench,
Engliah, and American Cloth* af every
color, from the moat celebrated maker*
French Doeakin* and Caaaimere* of the finret
quality
Silk, Satin, and Maraeille* Veating*, a great variety
Silk, Merino.andCotton Under Veataand Drawer*
Silk and Linen Cambric Handkerchiefa. Fancy
Cravat*
Linen Shirtinga and Drawer*. Linen*, he.
Together with a complete aaaortment of good* of
every dearription in our line, to which we invit* the
attention of purrhaaer* before purcha*ingel*ewhere,
a* inducement* will he offered.
P H HOOE It Co.
June IS [Unidn
W T. PORTER,
Ho una. Sign, and Ornamental Painter,
cobnkb 6th mi(t ahd ***?. avbnus, vr rraia*,
/>,, #r/7k onrvifl// tht VofinnnJ H niml
June IS?I j
~a7 zappone
/"CONTINUES to offer his nervier* it* Professor
Ks and Translator of the FRENCH. SPANISH,
ITALIAN and LATIN language*. Rough pronun
riation soon improved, and had pronunciation certainly
corrected, under hie instruction.
Iicaeon* are given in schools and private families
on very moderate terms; and ladies who sing Italian,
French or Spanish songs, should send soon for him
if desiring his services.
Residence, Mr. Fugitt's, Indiana avenue, near
City Hall. June 16?ly
CIGARS! CIGARS! CIGARS!!!
J UST received, direct from Havana, the moat superior
lot of Cigars ever offered to the citizens of
Washington, consisting of the following brands :
20,000 W ashington
20,000 Ambrosia
10,000 Crespo
20,000 Principe
600,000 of various other brands. All of which
will he sold on the moat accommodating terms
W H WINTER,
June 13?3tif Hign of Jim Crow, Peun. avenue.

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