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NAVY.TABD CHARLESTOWN. MASSACHUSETii.
Cms No. l.-fWeCoi. , 80.000 cubic feet white oak plank stock. per eubts foot. 2 000 cubic feet white oak butt -pieces, from 20 to 35 feet Ion, and from 18 to 2 inchessquare io the middl c,t ih tick. roual DroDortioDs of the tanoiu lengths PROPOSALS r.OR 1 T131BEU, LUMBER, &c. Navjt Defartment, Bureau of Construction, fcc, May 12, 1S53. SEALED PROPOSALS for timber, lumber, &.C., (endorsed proposal for timber and lumber, us the case may be, naming the nay-yard and class for hich the offer is intended,) will be re ceived by this bureau to three o'clock, p. m., of the 20th day of June next, to be'delitered under contract at "the several navy-yards hereinafter named, free of expense to the United States, and , at the risk-f the contractor. Oae-foui th jtartbf the timber, &c, required nt each navy-yard must be delivered on or be fore the first ;)(" July, one other fourth part on or bef:ie the fiist t September, one other fourth , part o.-i or befme the first of November, and one ; other fourth part n or before the thiitieth day j cf December, eighteen hundred and fifty-four. ; All ll.e aioirsaiu i muri , lumoer, wm uuicr . -. . . ,; ,, . '.. n u m in tie . . . -wim 1 III in... V J nilll I ."ill t-4 I ..1 ' --- -" fwticles, must be ot the very, oest quality, sut- rjEe enousa tosize from 12 to 16 inches The rough fid- I log of toe omiy mum le z incues larger nw u'l""1' of the arm iha niditiz way. and the moulding rise of the body its entire length. mu.t not ho less than its rougu riding size. Estimated st 140 inches net siding, per inch net siding. Class No. 2. White Oak Promiscusus Timber 8e Boat Knees. 3 0f0 cubic feet white oak promiscuous timbc-r from 2-5 to S- feet long, nud from 12 to 18 inches square in ce middle of the sticks, per cubic foot. 1.200 cubic feet bet pasture white oak butt pieces (round logs) from 12 to 25 feet long, and none leys than 24 inches diameter at the top end clear of the bark per cubic foot. 40 pieces white oak timber from 13 to 10 feet long, to be of the sticks, equal proportioi and sizes per cubic foot. , 1.000 cubic feet white oak curve timber, or out square knees, in lengths from 15 to 25 feet, to be sided straight oneway from 12 to 18 inches, and to have a nl curve or crook ; the other way from 24 to 60 inches in the length of the stick. The width or size of the curved way to be of the full size of the tree, and the most curving part or angle of the stick, wnst beat least one-third of itswhole length from the end The various lengths, sizes, and cur ves in equal proportion, per cubic foot. 20 white oak limb arm knees, the whole length of each bodv to be from 8 to 10 feet, the length of arm from the centre of the body to be from 7 to 9 feet, and to form an angle with the body from 120 to 140 degrees; the arm s te be large enough to side from 8 to 12 inches T he bodies to be sided to the diameter of the arms the siding way. the moulding zes of the bodies in the middle of their lengths to be from 15 to 20 inches. Estimated at 200 in ches net siding, per inch net siding. 10 wtite oak knee for cat-heads the bodies to be from 8 to 10 feet long, the length of the arm from the centre of the body to be from 6 to 8 feet long, and to form an angle ject t inpection and measurement, and be in eonfumitv wish the stipulations contained in the ' Printed rule establ ished for the inspection and Measurement of timber for the navy of the United States," copies of which may be seen at either mvy-yard or navy agrni'k ofiice. All the aforesaid article are required to be in all res -pe .!. s .t hf-iftory to the commandant of r.avy vrd -a here the s-inte shall be deliveied. The ellow Dint- i.l.ink stocks must be of the vn v best on.ditv of long leaf, fine grain southern oi low J;l ;ie. the sar to be excluded in t he i'he white oak timber and plank J sijed straight one way from 8 to 10 inches thick, the ii.e.isurement . ... rf-V .1 1 must be felled between trie ist oi ucioner ana the 1st of March, and must hive grown within si.vtv mile of the sea-coast; must he stripped of the b irk, or hewed within twenfy 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 bv two respectable witnesses, with their depositions, under oath, before somejudi?e of the court or m lyistrate within the tow nship or county where the said white oak timber and plank was felled. Persons w hose offers may be accepted will be required to enter into contracts, which, besides other conditions, will expressly provide that, in case ihey shall in any respect fail to perform the cortracts, 'the same may be, at the option of the United States, declare.l null and void, with out yf!ectiii!i the ruht of" the said United States t recover for defaults which may have occurred; with the stipulation that, if default shall be m ide by the contractor in delivering all or any of the articles contracted for, of the quality and at the times and places named, that then, and in that case, the contractor and his sureties will f ufeit and pay to the United States, as liquidat ed d .rnaes, a sum of money equal to twice the contract price, which liquidated damages may be recovered from time to time as they accrue. Approved sureties in twice the estimated F.mount of each contract will be required in the manner set forth in that instrument, and ten per centum in addition will be withheld from the amout of each payment as collateral securi tv for its faithful performance. Ninety per centum of each bill, approved in triplicate by th respective commandants of said na vy-y.rds, irill be paid by the navy agent at the point of delivery within thirty days after its presentation to him. Every ofier must be accompanied by a written guarantee (the responsibility of the guarantor or gnirnutois to be certified to by a navy agent or other official person, or by some one known to ths bureau) that, if the offer be accepted, the bidder or bidders will, within ten d.iys after the receipt of the contract at the post office de signated, execute the same, with good and suffi cient sureties, to furnish the articles proposed, agreeably to the terms specified in this advertise ment, r which may be imbodied in the contract. The l.iw of 10th August, 1H46, forbids the con-f-ideration of all proposals not accompanied by sufh guarantee Bidder's are particularly cautioned to endorse their offtrs as above required, that they may be distinguished from other business letters, in or der to prevent their bsing opened before the da v appointed. All ofleis not made in strict conformity with this advertisement in every particular will be considered or rejected at the opinion of the bureau. Those only whose offers may be accept ed will be notified, and contracts forwarded w ithout delay. Persons offering are directed to designate the post ofnee through which they desire to be ad dressed, and the navy agent to whom the con tract shall be sent for execution. All editors authorized to publish this adver tisement will be specially notified by this bureau. None others wi.l be paid for its insertion. Bids must be separate and distinct for each navy-yard and for each class of articles, and must in all cases embrace alt the articles men tioned m the class for which the bid is made The cost of each item must be distinctly carried out, and the aggregate of each class correctly footed up, which is material to atair comparison of bids. No extension of time for deliveries under any contract will be eranted, and penalties lor non- fulfilment will in all cases be rigidly enforced ; bidders are. therefore, reouested to oner no mote than they are sure they can furnish within the time specified -.'.' -V-' Class No. S. . - - . Black Spruce Spars. i IS piscea 55 feet long. 12 inches diameter eoe-thlrd of . ' length from butt, top end 8 inches, per pieee. 13 do 50 feet long, 12 inches diameter one-third of length from butt, top end 8 inches, per piece. 1 do 45 fee long, 11 laches diameter one-third of length from butt, top end 8 inches per piece. 15 do 45 feet long, 10 inches diameter one-third of length from butt, top end 8 inches.per piece. 2.000 inches from 6 to 9 1-2 inches, to average 7 inches, to be 5 feet in length to every inch in diameter ; the whole to he straight, and with the bark on. per inch. Class No 6 Yellow Pine Mast and Spar Timber. 4 pieces 55 ft long, parallel straight lines, 20 1.2 ia. square do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 60 63 57 54 42 30 33 S3 55 52 60 56 55 67 73 66 66 59 54 73 do do do do do do do do do do do da do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do lo do do do do do do do do 20 1 2 20 1-2 20 1-2 201-2 20 1-2 20 1-2 201-2 20 12 18 18 17 17 17 18 22 22 SO 20 19 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do mouldine wav to be from 10 to 12 inches, and to b straight for two-thirds the Un-th. the other third part of its length murt have a fair and natural curve off from the straight part from 12 to IS iucbes at the end. To be tough and straight grained nd free from all defects. Es timated at '400 cubic feet, per cubic foot. 200 white oak boat knees, arms not less than 4 inches diameter clear of the bark, the arm and bodies each to be from 30 to 36 inches lnng. to b- square, in square and out square in equal proportion, each. 30 pieces white oak timber from 13 to 16 feet long, to be sided straight one way from 10 to 14 inches thick, and to have a fa:r, natural curve the other way from 30 to 30 in ches in the length ol the piece. The curved way to be from 12 to 16 inches wide, or according to the growth of the tree. To be tough, straight-grained and free from all defects. Estimated at 508 cubic feet, per cubic foot. Class No. 3. White Pine 400 cubic feet white pine timber. 15 lo 18 inches square, in length from 20 to 30 foet per cubic foot. 10.0'JO feet board measure, best quality white deck plank 3 inches thick. 6 inches wide, aud from 25 to 35 feet long, per M feet board measure. 5.000 feet, board measure. No. 1 white piuc 2 inch plank per iVi reet. board measure. ' 20 000 feet, board measure. No. 2 white pine 2 inch j plank, per .V! feet, board measure. t 20.00O feet, board measure, r.o. 3 white pine Z inch plank, per M feet, board measure. 10.000 feet. board measure. No. 2 white pine 1 1-4 inch plauk.per M feet, board measure. 5.000 feet, board measure. No. 1 white pine 1 inch boards per M feet, board measure. 25.000 ft. board measure. No 2 white pine 1 inch boards, per M leet. board measure. 20 000 feet, board measure. No. 3 white pine 1 inch boards, per M feet, board measure Class No. 4. .Ish, Black Walnut, Elm, Mahogany, See. 500 cubic feet white ash butt pieces, from 14 to 25 feet long, and not less than 1? inches diameter at the top end. clear of the bark, per cubic foot. 12 000 feet- board measure, white ash plank, from 12 to 20 feet long. 12 to 20 inches wide, aud 2 iucbes thick, per M feet, board measure 1.500 feet, board measure, black walnut 1 inch boards, from 12 to 20 feet long, aud to average 1G inches wide, per M feet, board measure. 500 feet, board measure, black walnut 1 inch boards, from 12 to 20 feet long, to average 20 inches wide, per M feet, board measure. 1.000 feet, board measure, black walnut 2 inch plank. 12 to 20 feet long. 15 inches wide, per M feet, board measure. 1.000 feet, board measure, black walnut 3 inch plank. 12 to 20 ft long, 15 inches wide, per M feet, board measure. 500 feet, board measure black walnut 3 1-2 inch plank. 12 to 20 fet lonr.l5 inches w ide, per At feet, board measure. 300 feet, board measure, hard mahogany 4 inch plank, 10 to 18 inches wide, per Al feet, board measure. 350 feet, board measure, hard mahogany 5 1-2 inch plank. 16 to 18 inches wide: per M feet, board measure. 5.000 feet, board measure. 1 inch cypress boards, to be from '20 to 30 feet iong. and from 0 to 12 inches wide, per Al feet -board measure. 1.000 feet, cedar boards. 15 to 25 feet long. 8 to 12 inches wide, and 5-8 of an inch thick, per M feet, board measure. All the above hard wood lumber to be of the best quality, free frukn rot. knots.' shakes, splits, strains, and all other defects, and to be sawed to full and even thickness. COO cubic feet elm timber, (best quality roHnd butt pieces.) from 12 to 25 feet long, aud from 12 to 20 inches diameter, to average 16 inches diameter, cleai of the bark, in the middle of the sticks, per cubic foot Class No. 5. Hickory and White Ash Oars. 2 cords best quality hickory butt pieces, from 6 to 8 feet long, and from 10 to 15 inches diameter, per cord 20 inches sqnare at 24 feet from butt. top end ia incnes. The whole to be of the best long-leaf fine-grain yellow pine, straight, free from sap and knots and all other der fects say 6.879 cubic feet, per cnbic foot. 3.000, feet, board measure, I 1-2 inch yellow pine plank, per M feet. r - . .. Class No 7 s Locust T'mber. 250 cubic feet first-quality Long Island loeust timber in lengths from 8 to 12 feet, to average 14 iuchet diameter, noue less than 12 iushes. per cubic foot. Class No 3 African Oak 2 pieces. 5 feet Ion.;. 22 inches square per piece 2 do 7 do 24 do do Class No. 9. LAgnxnn-vitcB. 3 tons (of 2.240 pounds) of 5 inches diameter, per ton. 3 3 3 3 3 2 2 do do do do do do do do of 6 do do do do of 7 do do do do of 8 do do do do of 9 do do do do of 10 do do do do of 11 do do do do of 12 do do do Say 22 tons of 2 240 ponnds. pel ton. j Class No. 10. Hickory Bars. 300 rough hickory bars. 6 feet long. 2 1-2 inches 1 square .par piece 75 rough hickory bars. 12 feet long. 5 1-2 inches j square do To b of split hickory, straight, clear of knots aud other defects. Class No. 11. Ash Timber, $?e. 8rc. ' 150 cubic feet of round ash timber per cpbic foot 100 white ash oars, of 17 feet in length. j per oar 1.000 f.:et. board measure. 1 inch aMi boards, pr A-5 feet 5.500 do do 1 1-4 do ash plank io do 6.51.0 do do 1 1-2 do do do do 2.500 do do 1 3-4 do do o diT 8.500 do do 2 do do go do 1 .000 do do 21-2 do do Ao d 1.000 do do 3 do do do do Class No 12. ) do do do do do do do P lOOwhite ash oars 13 300 do do 14 230 do do 15 200 do do 16 100 do do 17 50 do do IS " - "3 - . A V. 1 4 J CTS t. 2 J3 C 8 O H Inches. Inches. Inch 2 6 2 6- 2 6 25 6J 21 7 J 21 7 JifisneHaneous, Plank and Boardf. 250 feet, board measure, beach plank. 1 inch, per Al feet 3.000 feet, board measure. 1 1-4 men. cypress plank. 20 to 30 feet in length ' 3.000 feet, board measure. 1 inch cypress boards I 20 to 30 tett in length 3,000 feet, board measure. 7-8 inch cypress boards. 20 to 3D feet in length ; 2.000 feet, board measure. o-4 inch cypress boards 20 to 30 fwet iu length 1,000 feet, board measure. 1 inch cherry boards' 100 feet, board measure. 2 inch mahogany plank 200 feet, board measure. 1 inch inahoganv boaris 200 feet, board measure. l-2inch mahogany bojifrds do 4.000 feet, board measure. liu. black walnut boarJs do 2,000 feet, board measure. 1 1-2 inch black wal nut plank i do 5.000 feet, board measure. 5-8inch clear white cedar boards. 14 to 2n feet long, to averag 16 feet do 3.000 fuet. board measure. 7-8 inch clear white cTUar 1 boards 14 to 20 feet long, to average 16 feet do NAVY YARD PHILADELPHIA. Class No. 1 . White Oak Timber.' 2 rudder stocks. 33 feet long, net diameter st head 24 inches, net i-iding at heel li inches, per stock. 2 rudder stocks- 24 feet long, net diameter at head IS inches, net aiding at heel 8 inches, per stock 50 hickory capstan bars. 15 feet long. 5 1-2 inches square at butt, 3 1-2 inches square at top eud, per bar. Class No 2 Delaware JVhite Oak for Trestlefrees. 692 board feet. 4 pieces, 13 feet long. 20 by 8 inches FORM OF AN OFFER FOR. TIMBER, LUMBER, fee. -, 1853. Sir : I (or we) agree to furnish and deliver at the navy- yard at , in conformity with the requirements ofthu advertisement by the bureau of construction, equip ment, aud repair, of the 12th May. IbaJ. the several arti cles of (timber, lumber, &.c. as the case may be.) enumer ated in class No yard, tc wit : , or classes No. and No. for that Class No. cubic feet of yellow pine plank stocks, at cts. per ubic foot cubic feet of promiscuous yellow piue timber, at cts: per cubic foot Class No. cubic feet of white oak plank stocks, Ht cts per cubic foot aided inches of white oak boat kutes, ut ets. per aided inch 8 9 If hit bid be accVted.I desire to be addressed through the tost office at , and the contract to be sent to the navy agent at -, for esecutiou. Kespoctfully . your ob't serv't. A. B. To ibe Chief of Bureau of Construction, Stc, Washington, D. C. We. the undersigned, residents of in the State of . hereby guaranty, iu case the foregoing bid of - be accepted, that (he or they) will, within ten days after the reeeint of the contract at the post ofnee de- ;.m.ted in said bid. execute the same, with good and snffl- eiut sureties, to furnish the articles proposed, m confor ;t. itiih thp terma of thu advertisement under which n it was made e f" I hereby certify that, to the best of my knowledge and feallcf the abeve-namea guarantors sir kwu uu lumcicut. uei, mo o 0 H N Ageut. FORM OF ENDORSEA1ENT Qn the envelope transmitting the offer : rrmosals tor Timber," Class JVb. . at the navy-yard (name the yard.) Feet. Inches. 2i 2. 22 2, 3 31 Estimated at 15.050 lineal feet, per lineal foot. The blades to be full one-third the length of the oars. the handles to be 8 inches long by I?- inches diameter. 1 o be tough and straight grained, clear of knots, splits, strains. and other defects, and to be got out straight, finished smooth, and in proper shape, ready for use. Class No. 6. Lignum- Vita. 5 tons (of 2 240 lbs ) best quality ligiium-vitse. 8 inches diameter, per ton. 5 tons (of 2 240 lbs.) best quality hsnum-vitaa, 9 inches diameter, per ton. 5 tons (of 2.210 lbs) best quality lignum-vitee, 10 inches diameter, per ton. loberonud and free from shakes, cracks, ana i ll other defects. j Class No. 7. Black Spruce Spars. 50 black spruce spars, 5 to 60 feet long. 12 inches diameter in the middle clear of bark, and 8 inches dia meter at tan top euu, eicn. 1.000 inches black spruce spars from 5 to 8 inches diameter in the middle, 5 feet in length for every inch in diameter, the diameter at the top end to be two-thirds ef the middle diameter, per inch. 100 black spruce poles. 20 to K0 feet long, and from 3 to 4 inches diameter iu the middle, each. All the above spars to have the bark on. and t be fresh cut and f-ound. to be straight, free from large knots and all other defects. NAVY-YARD BROOKLYN NEW YORK. Class No. 1. White Oak. 40,000 cubic feet white-oak plank stock, per cubic foot. Class No. 2. JVhite Oak Knees. 400 white oak knees, the net siding of one half to be 8 inches . and the net siding of the other half to be 9 inches; one-half of the above knees to be square, one-fourth to form an angle from 80 to 9u degrees, the remainder to form an ancle from 90 to 100 say 3.400 inches, per inch. z.iu wmte oak boat knees, irom 4 to 7 laches, to average 5 1-2 inches say 1.375 inches, per inch. Class No. 3. JVhite Oak Plank. 3.000 feet, board measure. I 1-2 inch whit oak nlank. 20 to 35 feet in length, per Al feet 3 000 feet, board measuie. 1 inch white oak hmnli 18 to o a. i m s f a. ' iffi in leugiu. per .m it?fi. do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 1 2 2 1 1 2 3 2 2 1 12 6 6 2 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 8 10 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 12 10 8 8 14 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 10 by 4 1-2 14 1-2 by 6 1-2 13 by 6 22 by 6 15 by 5 15 by 4 1-2 16 1-2 by 51-2 14 1-2 by 4 12 10 15 13 10 8 by 4 by 3 1-2 by 7 by 5 by 4 by 3 1-2 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do Si euhto fast. 2 pic. 89 feet long. 12 1-2 inches square bstwwn perpendirnUr lines Wsssssasss- 2,029 cubic feet, poroabic feet. : .':''"'. - - Jibboom. : 306 cubic feet. 6 pieces. 62 feet long. 15 1-2 inches in the middle, and 12 inches at the ends. (8 aided) 280 cubic feet. 2 pieces. 5ft feet long. 20 inches at butt ,'; and 16 inches at the top. (square) C . 626 cubic feet, per cubic foot Yards, (square) 47 cubic feet. 1 piece. 58 feet Ions;, 13 inches middle, 9 inches at both ends Z3 cubic feet. 1 piece. 56 feet long, 12 1-2 inches middle, 8 inches at both ends 36 cnbic feet. 1 piece. 64 feet long. 12 inches middle. 8 inches at both ends 1 cnbic feet. 2 pieces. 59 feet long. 15 inches middle. 10 inehe6Ht both ends , 238 cnbic feet. 6 pieces. 57 feet long, 14 1-2 inches middle. 9 inches at both ends 144 cubic feet, 4 pieces. 50 feet long, 13 inches middle, S inches st both ends Half Yards. 322 cubic fret. 2 pieces. 66 feet long. 23 1-2 inches square from bntt to middle, and 15 inches at top end 256 cubic feet. 2 pieces. 60 feet long. 21 1-2 inches square, . 0 from bntt to middle, and 14 inches at top end 96 cnbic feet. 2 pieces. 48 feet long. 14 1-2 inches square from butt to middle, and 10 inches at top end 324 cubic feet. 4 pieces . 52 feet long. 19 inches sqnare from bntt to middle, and 12 inches at top end 220 cubic feet. 4 pi ces.47 feet'long-16 1-2 inches square - from bntt to middle, and 11 inches at top end . 486 cubic feet. 6 pieces. 52 feet leng. 18 1-2 inches square from butt to middle, and 12 inches at top end 366 cubic feet. 6 pieces. 48 feet long. 16 1-2 inches square ' , from butt to middle, and 11 inches at top end To diminish to top end in a regular curved line. 2,746 cnbic feet, per cnbic foot. Top Gallant Masts. 64 cubic feet. 1 piece. 64 feet long. 14 1-2 inches sqnare at bntt & middle, and 10 inches square at top end 58 cnbic feet.l piece. 58 feet long. 14 1-2 inches Square at . bnt t Si middle, and 10 inches square at top end 122 cubic feet, per cubic foot All the above spars that taper at the ends must dimin ish in a regular curved line. Class No. 6. Black SpruceSpars. straight 1,000 inches to average 8 in. 10 pieces, 45 feet long. 7 inches at top end. per piece 10 do 50 do 7 1-2 do do do do 10 do 55 do 8 do do do do 10 do 60 do 81-2 do do do do 10 do 65 do 9 do do do do 100 poles per pole Class No. 7. White Pine Lumber, fyc. JVhite Pine 10 000 board feet of 1-2 inch white pine panel boards teet feet 7 to 10 inches 7 to 10 inches 40 0O0 30.000 30 000 40.000 20.000 do do do do do of 1 do of 1 1-4 do 'of 1 1-2 do of 2 do of 2 1-2 do do do do do do 170.000 feet, per M foet. board measure. Ash. 1 inch clean white 1 1-4 do do do . 1 1-2 do do do 2 do do do 5 .000 board feet 8.100 do 10.000 do 15.000 do ash do do do do do do do do boards do (1) do 33.000 feet, per Al feet, board measure. Black Walnut. 2.000 board feet of 5-8 inch black walnut 3 000 2 000 1.000 1.000 do do do do of 1 of 2 of 3 of 4 do do do do do do do do boards do plank do do 9,000 feet, per M feet, board measure. Cherry. 1.000 board feet of 5-8 inch cherry boards 1.000 do of 1 do do 1,000 do of 3 do cherry plank 3.000 feet, per M feet, board measure. Poplar. 2.000 board feet of 5-8 iuch boards, per M feet. NAVY-YARD WASHINGTON. Class No. 1. Ash Plank (per Alfeft, board measure) 4,000 sup. feet, f 1-2 in thick, 9 to 10 in. w 4,000 do 3-4 do 10 to 12 do 4,000 do 2 do 12 tri4 do 3,5(0 do 2 1-2 do 14 to 15 do 3,5 0 do 3 do 15 to 17 do 3,000 do 3 1-2 do 17 to 20 do .3,000 do 4 do 20 to 22 do 5 ,000 The whole feet lengths to be well seasoned, in 12 or 14 Yellow Pine Spars for "Sloops' 4 mizzen masts, length 67 feet, diameter at butt 20 inches, diameter at center 19 inches, di ameter at upper end 17 inches 6 whole main topsail yards, length 61 feet, di ameter at centre 16 inches, diameter, at each end 9 inches 6 whole fore-topsail yards, length- 57 feet di ameter at centre 15 inches, diameter at each end- y incnes jibbtooms, length 44 feet, diameter at centre lor inches, diameter at each end 12 inches say aUout 1.94S cubic feet, per cubic foot All the forenamed yellow pine spar timber must be lined, regularly curved from a straight centre line, with the exception of the four lar gest pieces for frigates bowsprit . Class No. 4. Elm Plank. , 2,000 feet, IS to 29 feet long, 7 to 10 inches wide, i inch thick 4,00a feet, 18 to 26 feet long, 7 to 10 inches w ide inch thick 2,000 feet. 14 to 24 feet long, S inches, wide, ; inch thick say 8,000 feet, by M feet, board measure Cypress Plank and Boards. 1,000 feet 20 feet long", S to 10 inches wide, 1 1-4 inch thick 3,000 feet, IS to 24. feet lonj wide, 1 inch think 3.000 feet, 13 to 21 feet It wide. 7-3 inch thick 5.000 feet, IS to 24 wide, 3-4 inch thick 3.000 feet, 16 to 24 1-2 inch thick. 1,000 feet, 15 to 10 feet wide, 1 inch thick 10,000 feet, of 1 inch usual breadths All under 12 inches to be quartered plank say 25,000 feet, by M feet, board measure. f Class No. 5. JVhite Ash Plank Boards 10,000 feet 2 inch usual breadths 10.00" do l 1-2 inch, 1 G, IS and 20 inches w ide 1,000 do 1 inch, usual breadths 500 do is feet long, J in. wide, 2 in. thick f00 do 18 do 8 do 1 1-2 do 1,000 do IS do S do -4 do 500 do 16 do IS do 1 -4 do 500 do 12 to 1G feet long, IS inches wide, 1 iiit h thick. To be S:js piehanna N. J. All under 12 inches to he quartered plank say 21,000 feet, by Al feet, board ineosure. Class No 6. Mahogany 1,500 feet l inch, bay, Uiu A breadths 1,000 do 3 do do" .io 1.000 do 2 do do d i 2,600 do 1 do do do Say 5,500 feet, by M fepf , board measure Black Walnut. 1.500 feet 4 inch 4,500 do 1 do 16, 1 and 20 inches wide 1.000 do 3-4 do usual breadths To be Susquehanna No 1 say 7,000 feet, by Al feet, board measure. Cherry Plank. 2,000 feet 1 inch. 16. 1S and 20 inches wide 2,000 do 3 do 12,15. .'6 and 1 7 inches wide To he Susquehanna No 1 say 4,000 feet, by Al feet, board measure. Class No. 7. White Pine Plank and Hoard. ong. long, 7 to 10 inches feet long, S inches wide. long, 10 to 14 inches 6,500 1 0.500 50.000 60,000 65,000. 4,000 600 600 1,000 To he 4 3 o 1 1 1 5 inch, do do , -2 do ' do S do usu.il breadths do do do d. do feet do do do do do do IS ft long, 22 in. w ide, 1 1-4. in thick do IS do IS do I do do 20 do Hi do 1 do Susquehanna No 1 say 1 'JS.200 feet, bx 3.435 feet, per Al feet, board measure. The above to be clear ot heart and shakes, aud to have square edges. For Cross Trees crooked plank.) 10 pieces 4 inch plauk. from 14 to 20 Inches wide. 12 feet long, per piece 3 pieces 3 1-2 inch plank, from 14 to 18 iucbes wide, feet long, per piece 4 pieces 5 inch plank, from 14 to 20 inches wide. 14 feet long, per piece 2 pieces 4 1-2 inch plank, 20 inches wide. 12 feet long. per piece The above to be clear of heart and shakes, aud to have from 6 to 9 inches crook, fair sweep. Class No. 3. Sitsqvehattna or Upland JVhite Oak 420 board feet, 3 pieces. 10 feet lon. 14 by 12 inches 70 do 1 do 8 do 15 by 7 do 102 do 2 do 8 do 9 by 8 1 2 do 1.1S8 do 12 do 9 do 12 by 11 do 183 do 2 do 7 do 18 1-2 by 81-2 do 315 do 3 do 12 do 15 by 7 do 130 do 2 do 10 do 13 by 6 do The above to be clear of heart and shakes, and to have square edjres. 500 board feet, of 2 inches oak plank 600 do of 1 1-2 do do 500 do of 1 do oak boards 3.908 feet, per M feet, board measure. Class No. 4. JVhite Oak Plank, Sec, for Boats ' 500 board feet, 30 feet long. 12 inches wide. 2 1-2 thick 1 800 do 30 do 12 do 1 Oo. i,00 do 30 do 12 do 1 1-i JuT 800 do 30 do 12 do 2 do 400 do 30 do 12 do 3-4 do. 600 do 20 do 12 do 11-4 do " 4.600 feet, psr M feet,Jbord measure. Class No 5. Yellow Pine for Sloops Fore and Main Mast's. 172 cubic feet, 2 pieces, 55 feet long, 15 inches sqnare 3.000 feet board per Al feet. NAVY-YARD KITTERY, MAINE. Class No. 1. Per cubic foot. Yellow Pine for Masts. 3.475 eubic feet of the following dimensions, viz, per ubie fcag g4 fMt ijg, J3 io inches square, net sice 1 do 45 do 13 1-3 do do 2 2 8 2 2 2 4 do do do do do do do 69 do 64 ' do 56 do 62 1-2 do 53 do 69 do 17 17 17 17 17 21 do do do do do do do do do do do do at to 15 inches at top end. The whole to be ot the beat quality long-leaf, fine-grain southern yellow pine. ... . The mast timber must be got out straight and square to work to the above sizes. Class No. 2. Per cubic foot. JVhite Omk. 85.900 rbi (set wBttc oak pVuft sW1b,Kw etfbie tot. measure, inch white oak boards, Class No 4. White Pine. 3 000 cnbic feet first-quality merchantable white pine timber, none less than 35 feet long, to average 45 feet to be rough squared, and not less than 14 inches at the top end of the stick, per cubic foot. 8.000 feet, board measure, clear white pine plank. 2 inch, per M feet. . 5.000 feet, board measure, clear, white pine plank, 1 1-2 inch, per M feet. 6.000 feet, board measure clear white pine plank. 11-4 inch, per M feet. 35.000 feet, board measure, clear white pine boards. 1 inch, per M feet. . 10.000 feet, board measure, clear white pine plauk. 5-8 inch, per M feet 30.000 feet, board measure. 3 inch white pine plank. in length from 20 to 30 feet, to average 25 feet, not less than 12 inches wide, per Al feet. ' 7-000 feet, board measure, 2 inch merchantable white pine plank, per M feet. 8.000 feet, board measure, 11-2 inch merchantable white pine plank, per Al feet. 25.000 f-et. board measure. 1 inch merchantable white pine boards, per A! feet. 18.000 feet, board measure. 1 inch box hoards Kbits pine, per i we. 84 405 100 78 77 225 73 676 138 134 132 124 106 153 60 192 94 S3 42 41 156 74 66 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do de do do do do do do do do 1 6 1 1 S 1 8 2 2 2 2 2 3 1 4 2 2 1 1 4 2 2 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 54 52 51 50 49 48 47 46 44 43 42 40 34 33 32 31 80 28 27 26 25 24 21 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 15 : 15 15 15 15 16 15 15 16 15 15 15 15 do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do do 2JH)0 1 Inch Albany boards, per board. rpssJeSjuei ptaa& 3.440 cnbic feet, per cnbic foot. The above to be clear Of sap on three edges, and to be straight. Mizzen Masts. ' 615 eubie feet. (3 straight pieces,) 67 feet long. 21 inehes sqnare. per eubic foot. Top Masts. . S66 cubic feet. 2 pieces. 66 feet long. 20 inches square. between perpendicular lines 323 cubic feet. 2 pieces. 59 feet long, 20 inehes sqnare, . . between perpendicular lines. 136 cubic feet. 1 piece. 49 feet long, inches square, between perpendicular lines 192 cubic feet. 2 pieces. 54 feet long. 18 inches sqnare between perpendicular lines - - - 534 cubic feet. 6 pieces. 50 feet long. 16 inches sqnare. between perpendicular lines 823 cubic feet. 4 pieces. 46 feet tons;. 16 laches sonars. between perpendicular Hues SI Whtefeet,pisse. 42 foet ton. 14 1 fcsdis fmsve, md clear of-wind shakes, splits, knots, or other defects. White Pine Lumber, per .Mfeet , board measure. 5,000 sup feet 1-2 inch pri me w bite pine boards 15,000 do 1 do do do do 15,000 do I 1-2 do do do do 10,000 do 2 do do do do 25,000" do 1 do common cullings, white pine boaids 70,000 The whole to be well seasoned, and in 16 feet lengths Poplar, Sec. (per Mfeet, board measure.) 2,000 sup. feet 1-2 inch poplar boards, sound and well seasoned 2.500 sup. feet 1 1-4 inch besch boards, in 14 feet lengths 4,500, and 7 1-2 inches wide, to be well season ed, and free from splits or other defects. NAVY-YARD GOSPORT, VIRGINIA. Class No 1. 35,000 cubic feet white oak plank stocks, by cubic foot 50 pieces of promiscuous vhite oak, to side 16 to IS inches parallel, 16 to 24 feet long, straight one way, roUjjh hewn moulding way say about 2,250 cubic tett, by cubic foot 40 pieces of promiscuous white oak, to side 16 to IS inches, 15 to 30 feet long, straight one way, to curve trom lo to ju inches rougn newn the moulding way say about 2,000 cubic feet, by cubic foot. JJHiite Oak Butt Cuts. 6 pieces, each piece 22 feet, Is inches, 12 inch. do do 20 do 16 do 12 do 10 do do IS do 15 "do ,11 do 10 do do 13 do 16 do 10 do 12 do do 25 do 13 du 10 do Sr.y 12,360 feet, board measure, per M feet, bonid measure. The above 44 pieces are to be of the very best white oak. They are now rough diirensions. The centre or pith must be taken out; they are to be got to sharp corners . e., clear of wane, so that when reduced to the net size there will be no sap wood on them. 50 pieces of northern locust, 12 feet long, di ameter not less than 12 inches at smallest end. To be free from all defects say 500-cubic feet, by cubic foot. Class No. 2. 12 white Tiickory butts, each 14 feet in length 70 do do euch 10 do .do - 10 ilo do each 6 do do To be six inehes in diameter at the small end. the bark not to be removed; to be delivered by the, contractor before the dry . worm gets in them, by the piece. 50 white ash oar rafters, IS feet long 50' do do 17 do - 500 do do 16 do v 500 do do 15 do ..(All to be 3J inches' square at the loom, and the blade sfs niches wide, 1 inches thick at the end, free from knots, pith, shakes, and other defects say 17,250 lineal feet, by lineal foot. Class No-3. (Per cubic foot.) Yellow Pin Plank Stat-km 40,000 cubic feet of long-leaf Sne-grain southA ern yellow pine plank stock. Yellow Pine Spars for "Frigates. 4 main topmasts, length C6 feet, diameter at butt 22 inches diameter at S feet from top 121 inches, diameter at top end 14 inches. - . 4 iibbooms, length 56 feet, diameter at cehfre 18 inches, diameter at each end .15 inches - 6 swingingdjooms, length 54 feet, diameter 'at centre 12 inches, di .meter at each end 10 inches 4 spanker booms, length 55 feet, diameter at centre 13 inches, diameter at each end 11 inches 4 bowsprit pieces, length 69 feet, diameter at bntt 21 inches, drameter at -center 20 inches, diameter at upper end 18 inches . ' . 4. bowsprit pieces, length 69 feet diameter at butt 22 inches, diameter at centre 21. diameter at upper end 19 inches say about3, 372 . cnbic feet per cubic foot -r Note s a bowsprit has all the sweeD on the-lower side the four last viz: the largest pieces might with advantage' have a regular hollow sweep ene way of thre inha from butt il teet, una in measure 10,000 feet 2 ii.ch, usu .1 breadth 10,000 do 1 do do To he Susquehanna No 2 say 20,000 feet, by Al feet, board measure N A V Y-YARD PE N SACO LA . Class No 1 Whitt Oak Plank 20,000 snp feet, 6 15.000 do 5 10.000 do 4 6.000 do 3 5,000 d 2 inches tnii do do do 1-2 do LEATHER BANDS, Thoroughly stretched, cemented and riveted, made out of the best oak-tanned Spaniii Leather, -for sale at New York prices, by ' . .W. . LUTTERLOH. FayetteviHe, Oct 23, 1852. ly TALLOW! TALLOW!! ' Cash paidfor Tallow at Oct 11,1851 , A.M.CAMPBELL'S. SOOZEIMDBBT.'V- U. W. II AUDI E carries on tle Bookbinding business in tl'ie'second story of Mr J. M. Beasley's Jewelry store where he will re ceive and execute binding in any style desired,1 , - October 1, 1S51. NEW DRUG STORE. V s- The subscriber having fbken the. Store on Green street, known as" the McPhersou Building, nearly opposite1 -, Dr. Robinson's Shop, is iyw receiving a fresh and well assorted stock ofr Drugs, Chemicals, Medicirtfs, Paint,." Oils. Dye Staffs, amP Perfunierj. . Together with a eood assortment of rlair.'Elesh, Tooth, Paint, and Whitewash Brushes; Cupping, Tooth, and Surgical Instruments; Galvanic Bat teries, &,c. &.c. All ot' which he offers low for' Cash or n time to punctual customers. Orders respectfvlly solicited l"e-ui ' Country Physicians and others, uho may depend on pro curing fresh and genuine articles, and that no pains will be spared forgive satisfaction both in quality and in price. OX?- Medical Prescriptions carefully and accurately piepared. Jan'y 2i, 1S53. J. N. SMITH- Lumber! Lumber!! . Oak, Hickory, Ash, Poplar, Sweet Gum, Birch, and Cypress Lumbtr sawed to order by the subscriber. 4 mile north ol FayetteviHe. : On hand, oak for Felloes and Axletrers. M. V. JONES. April 17, 1S52 tf TOBACCO. The subscriber continues to receive and sell , on manufacturers account, all gi ades of man ufactured Tobbaco. J.'lJTLEY. June 5, l."i2. 61'3-tf JYJJ J V ES TAB LI SIMM EJT1 1.1:111 hi'rton, Sm V. The undersigned is now prepared to make to order all kinds of Barouches, Rockaways, Uuj: ;ies and Sulkies. Having been employed in 01 e of the best establishments in the South, he flut ters himseK and feels confident that his woik will give satisfaction, if uooil material and work manship can accomplish it. His past experience justifies him in saj ing that all woi k doi.e in his establishment, ;s to neatness, durability and dispatch, w ill compete w ith any put up in the southern States. He only md ici ts a trial to snt is fy the nist scrupulous. Grateful for pi.st pat ronage, he most respectfully solicits a continu ance of t he same. (try-Particular attention paid to repairing. J. W. KODGERS. Nov. 6, 1552 WANTED, int nu'dialol y, a hh1 BODY-MAKER, to whom good wages and con stant einpleyment will be given. J. VV. R. newTaIcerT 11 1". . 1 : l 1. II 1 ot- ono.-i-i auer nas rsraoiisneo a li. Kerv fin i'ow Street oti the Lot two doors E;:st ol Don an McNeill's Cabinet Shop- He is prepaied to furnish Families, Boats, arid the public gen erally, with Hre..d. Biscuit , and Cakes cf various kinds, of the best o l a I i ty he has procured the services of one of the !et Bakers i n t I.e St.a t e. Prices reasonable. Give me c:.ll CIIA'S. BANKS. FajetteviMe, Jan'y 1, 1S53. 723-11 and to a veragc board measure. to IS inches to IS inches To be from 3" to 50 feet Ion. 45 feet, 56,000 sup. ft, per M ft Class No 2 Clear White Pine 10,000 feet 1 inehes thick, 12 wide, and 16 feet long 10,0.)0 feet 3 inches thick, 12 wide, and !6 feet long1 8,000 feet 2 1-2 inches thick, 12 to 13 inches wide, and 16 feet long 23,000 feet, per M feet, board measure Class No 3 Black Sjruce Spars 10 feet 12 inch spars, 51 feet long, per spar JO do J t do do 4'J do do 10 do 10 do du 45 do do 10 do 9 do do 41 do do May 12, JS53 713 -It ST HUM AN & II OK X 10 Would respectfully inform the citizens of Fay etteviHe, and the public generally, that they have just received from New York, and are re ceiving, their SPRING STOCK OF GOODS, consisting of DRY GOODS, Groceries, II ar dw are, $t. A variety of II ATS suitable for the season. Ladies' and Gentlemen Boots. Shoes and Slip pers; a large assortment of Ready-made Cloth ing; a great many articles in the ladies' line, and we would be pleased to have them call and ex amine for themselves. All orders sent to their care from friends and customers will be promptly attended to FayetteviHe, April 2, 1S53 tf LUMBEKTON HOTEL. The subscribers inform the pub lic that they have purchased the Hotel lately occupied by G. W. Higlev, and that they are now prepared to entertain all who may favor them with their custom, and pledge themselves to use every effort to give satisfac tion. They are now building large and dry Stables and shelters Their table will always be supplied with the best the market affords, and with attentive servants in the house and for the stables. Their undivided attention will be given to the establishment, and therefore hope to merit a liberal share of public patronage. J. W. REGAN, WII0 WOULD HAVE THOUGHT IT A SewCan iagc Kstalliiinu n f On Military Green, opposite the Methodist Church, fronting on Mumford mrecf. GREAT ENTERPRISE FA YET TEV1LLE IS BOUND TO SHINE. The subsi-ribeis would respectfully inform their friends and the public, that they have en tered info copartnership for the purpose of con ducting the general CARRIAGE BUSINESS in all its various parts. And being both practical workmen, fully understanding their business, they have no hesitation t compare work with any establishment in FayetteviHe us to stjle and durability. One of the fi rm may be known by reference to A.H.Whitfield's iron work for' the last two years. , We warrant al! work to give general satisfac-. tion for twelve months. Repairing done in the neatest manner low for cah. PIER &, BR A NT N. James H. Pier. James Bham.v. FayetteviHe, Feb 12, 1S53 y Ft&KIftf 1TIXC. ON THE CAPE FEAR. Tbe subscribers having purchased the Steam ers EVERGREEN and SOUTHERNER aiid tow Boats, lately the property of the Henrietta Steamboat Company, are now prepared to for ward w ith despatch, between Wilmington and Ti 1 1 ul (m -.1! t.-;...t .. l . . , . , . .1 ., iic:niu ui guuua entrusted 10 them. F. N. & J. H. ROBERTS. FayetteviHe, Feb'y 19, 1553. 730-tf ,.'', J. H. Lutnbertcn, March 21, 1833 CALDWELL, lv - H. L. HOLMES, ATTO RN EY AT LAW, WILM IXGTON, N. C. Office or corner of Front and Princess streets, under the Journal Ofiice. DO- POTASH, Cream. Tarts r. Cloves, Spice, Cinnamon, Matches, Yeast Po tiers, Soda Nutmegs, Pepper, Mace, Rotten Stone, Extracts and Essences for flavoring, Bath Brick, &ic. for sale by Jan 29, 1552 J. K. SMITH. Green st. Joseph H. Blossom, GENERAL COMMISSION AND FORWARDING MERCHANT, WILMINGTON, N. C. Prompt personal attention given toennsizn ments, and eash advances made 00 shipments to me or my trie title ia ietv. xerfc. . . Nfijr. 1,7 """ T am now receiving my. stock of SPRIXGAND SUMMER GOODS suitable for Ladies' and Gentlemen's wear. Al so, Hats, Bonnets, Shoe &.c, -&c. ' ' PETER P. JOJINSON. March 10th, 153. -s The subscriber has removed his CLOTHING ESTABLISHMENT from the Store east of the FayetteviHe Hotel to the Post Ofiice buildings; a where he would be glad to see all his old friend and customers. As his rent is now cheaper,' he can fiord to sell for smaller prices than formerly much less than any other similar establishment in the place. -r JOSEPH OTTERBUR6 -Feb'y 26, 1553. 731-tf WANTED, 20,000 bblj Turpentine, delivered at my Dis tillery in this place, for which the highest prices w ill be paid. I would alo employ two or three good turpentine-barrel Coopers. D. W. ROGERS Lnmberton. N. C, Feb'y 10, 1S53. 730-tf DENTISTRY. U. AV. V. Benbow. Sur geon Dentist, having located in Fay etteviHe. may be found third door below the Market. Benbow Sc. Kyie's block, and will be happy ta wait on those requiring bis "Alf'wo'rk warranted, and he flatters himself he an give satisfaction, having taken great pains to qualify himself unuer in insirucnon 01 ens of the firrbentists in New Knglar.d. ' " 'f-i-. i1 I 1 - i 4 .Cr sl '