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(Advance Rumors Continued.) Metal Building Trimmings, Ventilating Skylights
Great Falle, Mont. - Bell & Kent, Helena, are Motallo Roofing Tiles, Building Specialties, Builders
G. Bickelhaupt Skylight Works drawing plans for a brick and stone, 50' x 120', Light Iron Work of every description.
243 & 245 West 47th St.
Catholic church; cost, $30,000. Nos. 1225 to 1829 Callowhill Stroot,
Houston, Tex. - Berry W. Camp will erect a threeTel., 67538th. NEW YORK
story brick store and office building, to cost $20,000. PHILADELPHIA, PA.
Plads by A. N. Dawson.
Byde Park, Mass.- Pres. Geo. B. Dowley of the JACKSON ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS, Y.M.C. A., has announced that an unknown friend
has contributed $25,000 to the building fund, aseurBSTABLISHED 1840.
ing the erection of the association building wbich
bas been planned some time. Indianapolis, Ind. - The Ewart Mfg.Co. proposes to orect a two-story.
60' x 150', brick addition to
its factory; cost, $10.000. Pronts for Buildings, Cornices, Lintels and Sills, Doors and Shutters, Girders and Beams, Fire-escapo
A Negro Medical College is to be erected here; Balconies and Ladders, Columns and Roots, Sky and Floor Lights, Stable Fittings and Fixtures, cost, $25,000. Sidewalk Lights. Artistic work in Wrought and Cast Iron, Brass and Bronze.
Knoxvillo, Tonn. - The Asylum Street Metbodist Designs and Estimates of Cost Furnished for Work in any Department.
Society will build a new church to cost between Foundry and Shops, East 28th and East 29th Sts. Office, 315 East 28th St., New York.
$10,000 and $12.000. La Grange, Ga.- Architects Bruce & Morgan bare
completed plans for an addition to the La Grange
Female College, to cost $15,000.
minican fathers will replace the church edifice
a largo new structure wbich will probably be the BANK AND OFFICE RAILINGS
finest church in New England. ELEVATOR CABS AND ENCLOSURES
Louisville, Ky. - Architect J. J. Gaffney has pre
pared plans for a $60,000 apartment-building for ORNAMENTAL WIRE IRON BRĀSS AND BRONZE WORK D. F. Doherty.
Magnolia, Mass. – Architects Dwigbt & Cbardler, WM. INGLIS WIRE & IRON WORKS. DETROIT, MICH.
Boston, bave prepared plans for a summer residence to be erected for Myron C. Wick, Youngstown, O.; cost, $10,000.
Manitowoc, Wis. – The Scully Steel & Iron Co.. BUILDING INTELLIGENCE.
press reports stato, contemplate establisbing a
largo plant here to cost about $150,000. (Advance Rumors Continued.)
(Advance Rumors Continued.)
Mansfield, 0.- Arehitect Vernon Redding is pre
paring plans for a brick and stone apartmenterection of a brick and stone foundry here; cost, Fitchburg, Mass.- Architect H. M. Francis has building. It will be 55' x 95', containing 12 flats; about $90,000.
made plans for two head-houses, 10% 4" x 23' 6", for cost, $20,000.
the Laurel Street Railway Subway. Farmington, Conn. - Former pupils of Miss
Meyersdale, Pa. - The Meyersdale Brewing Co. Porter's finishing school for girls have started a
Fort Dodge, Ia.- The American Bridge Co. are will build a brick brewery from plans by Architect movement for the erection of a chapel as a me
fabricating at their Gillette-Herzog Branch at Frederick Rantert; cost, $30,000. morial to Miss Sarab Porter for many years head Minneapolis, the structural steel for the Webster Mulbrook, N. J.- Architects Little & O'Connor. of the school. The chapel will be connected with County courthouse.
18 W. 34th St., New York, N. Y., have made plans the Congregational Church. The memorial, to- Grand Rapids, Mich. - Tho new power station for for extensive alterations and additiors to the gether with the necessary improvements to be the Grand Rapids Co. will be 111 feet wide and 147 residence of Mrs. Miles Standish. Im provements made in the church, will cost about $50,000.
loot long, furnished by tho Amorican Bridge Co. will cost about $20,000.
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(Advance Rumors Continued.) Menomonie, Wis.- The Hon. Mr. Strout has given Washington, D. C.- Architect Josephine Wright this town, of which he is a native, $60,000 to be Chapman, 9 Park St., Boston, Mass, has drawn used in the erection of a public club-house.
plans for a two and one-half story brick and stone Nashville, Tenn.- Architects Thompson, Gible & residence, 30' x 70', to be erected for Mre. F. Scott; Asmus, Cole Building, have plans for remodelling cost, $10,000. Mr. Robinson's residence into a pressed brick and Wauseau, 0. – Architect E. 0. Fallis, Toledo, will stone colonial maosion; cost, $15,000.
prepare plans for the proposed school and library Architects Brown & Brown, 126 N. Spruce St., building to be erected here; cost, $15,000. have drawn plans for a proposed new depot of the Whitmores, s. C. – The Glenn Lowry Mfg. Co. Tennessee Central, Nashville, Florence & Northern
will erect à cotton-factory from plans by W. B. Railroad, to be located at Broad St. and river front.
Smith, Whaley & Co., Columbia. It will be a fourThe building is to be of brick and marblo, 1404 x 200', with a large shed in the rear, and two stories Yazoo City, La. - The Yazoo Library Association
story, 127' x 220', brick structure; cost, $40,000. high, and cost $200,000.
and Architect J. A. Etsler has prepared plans for
will erect a library building to cost about $20,000. the Mouroe Harding Orphanage, Rev. R. W. Wil. son, superintendent. It will be two-story, brick, with offices, parlors and school-rooms; cost, $10,
THEATRE. o , THE have prepared plans for a $15,000 warehouse and
[At Knoxville, Tonn.) elevator to be built at the foot of Main St. by T. G. Competitive plans will be received until January Ryman.
5, 1901, for a theatre. FRITZ STAUB, mgr. Natchez, Misg.–J. W. Gaddis, of Vincenner, Ind.,
PHILADELPHIA , N. , 95 Liberty St. , New York City, have completed plans MA
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The Masonic building committee will receive
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(At Norwalk, Wis.)
[At Cleveland, 0.] cost, $10,000.
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of the Newport News, Va.- Arcbitect George E. Connell
clerk of the board of control until January 2d for will prepare plans for the large hotel to cost
[At Pittsburgh, Pa.] the construction of the proposed 9th preciict police $1,000,000, to be built at Big Point, across Hampton Bids are wanted until December 19 for erecting station and patrol barn, M. F. BARRETT, director Roads, by New York capitalists. an engine-house on 8th St. J.O. BROWN, dir. dept. of police.
1303 Oyster Bay, L. I., N. Y. - Ernest Bigelow, of New pub, safety. Nork, has purchased a tract of land adjacent to the
(At Danielsville, Ga.) residence of Gov. Roosevelt, on Cove Neck, where
(At Norfolk, Wis.)
Sealed proposals will be received by the ordinary the handsomest
of Madison County until January 15 for the crecSealed bids will be received until December 22
tion and completion of a county court-house for Pittsburgh, Pa.-H.C. Frick will erect a $1,000,000 for the erection of a brick school building. GEO.
Madison County. J. N. BOGGS, ordinary. 1303
(At Lakeland, By.) erecting a palatial new residence in the Squirrel posals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock industrial ball at the Central Hospital for Insane.
Bids will be received until December 17 for an Hill district at a cost of $750,000. Plymouth, Mass. - The decendants of Elder Wm. opened, for the plumbing and finish of the toiletP. M. on the 7th day of January, 1901, and then
H. P. MCDONALD, archt., Bullitt and Main Sts.,
(At Cheyenne, Wyo.] four-story shoe factory, 50' - 135', after plans by tion of the Supervising Architect at this office or at Sealed proposals will be received until December A. B. Alger & Son; cost, $25,000. the office of the Superintendent of the building 27th for the erection of a public library building.
ROBERT C. MORRIS, sec. at Portland, Oregon. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Richmond, Va.-The Grove Avenue Baptist Church
Supervising Architect. burned recently will be rebuilt immediately on a
REHOUSE, more elaborate and extensive scalo after plans by Treasury Department, Office of the Supervising Aro STORI
(At Governor's Island, N. Y.) Marion J. Dimmock, the architect for the original chitect, Washington, D.C., December 11, 1900. Sealed
Sealed proposals will be received December 28, proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock building. The proposed edifice will be Gothic in
1900, for constructing storehouse. Governor's Island. design, the interior somewhat changed and the ex- P. M., on the 8th day of January, 1901, and then
1304 terior entirely so. brick; estimated cost, $50,000. The material will be wbite opened, for furnishing the hot air beating and venti S. R. JONES, Q. M.
lating apparatus, complete in place, for the U. S. Rolling Fork, Miss, - A $25,000 court-house for Post-iflice, Now Brighton, Pennsylvania, in accord: SCA90L-HOUSE.
(At Bayonne, N. J.] which plans have not yet been prepared will be
Sealed proposals will be received by the Board of erected here for Sbarkey County.
may be had at this office or at the office of the SuperSavannah, Ga. – Architect F. P. Milburn, of Char- vania, at the discretion of the Supervising Architect. intendent, U.S. Post-office, New Brighton, Pennsyl- Education December 18 for labor and materials
necessary for the construction of public school build
ing at Railroad Ave., between E. 29th and E. 30th lotte, has prepared successful plans for the pro- JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. posed new Union Station.
1303 Sts. R. T. HEWITT, secretary.
Treasury Department, Office of the Supervising
Architect, Washington, D. C., November 27, 1900. ing plans for a seven-story warehouse to be erected propogals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until on the block bounded by Broadway, 4th, Spruce P.m.onthe 9th day of January, 1901, and then opened. 2 o'clock P. m. on the 5th day of January, 1901, and and Valentine Sts.; cost, $200,000.
for furnishing the heating and ventilating apparatus then opened, for the construction (except beating The Friedman Broe. Shoe Co. will erect a large complete in place for the U.S. Post.offico at Streator,
apparatus, electric conduits and wiring) of the U.S. factory building, to cost about $10.000.
Illinois, in accordance with drawings and specifica: Court-house and Post-office at Altoona, Pa., in accordtion, copies of which may be bad at this office or at
ance with drawings and specifications, copies of South Hadley, Mass.- Jobn Dwight, who donated the office of the Superintendent at Streator, 11.. which may be had at the discretion of the Supervis$60,000 to Mount Holyoke College for a new Art at the discretion of the Supervising Arcbitect. ing Architect hy anplving to this office or to the PostBuilding, has added $15,000 to his original gift. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect.
master at Altoona, Pa. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, 1304
Treasury Department, Office of the Supervising
Architect, Washington, D. C., November 30th, 1900. of COURT-HOUSE.
[At Barron, Wis.) Gen, Dutton, has offered the trustees of the Syca
Sealed proposals will be received at this office until more Public Library a $25,000 building to be erected Sealed bids will be received until January 12
2 o'clock P. M. on the 22d day of December, 1900, and as a memorial to her husband. for the erection of a court-house. JOS. P. KOHL,
then opened, for the installation of a wiring system
1305 chairman building committee.
for the extension of the U.S. Post-office building at Toledo, 0.- Architects Hall & Dowling have drawn
Columbus, Ga., in accordance with the drawings and plans for a brick and stone flat-building to be erected at Oak and Greenwood Sts.; cost, $12,000.
specification.copies of which may be obtained at this
(At Jordan, Minn) office, or at the office of the Superinsendent of ConTroy, N. Y. - The Ninth Presbyterian Society has had plans drawn by Architect w. E. Lath for a
Sealed proposals will be received until January struction at Columbus, Ga., at the discretion of new church to be erected at 253 Broadway; cost, 1st for the erection of a brick business block. C. H. I tbe Supervising Architect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR,
1303 1305 Supervising Architect.
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