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American Bridge Company
Steel Bridges, Steel Buildings
General Offices: 100
PASSAIC ROLLING MILL CO.,
PATERSON, N. J.
ALL STRUCTURAL SHAPES. NEW YORK OFFICE
Boston Office, No. 31 State Street.
BALTIMORE, NEW ORLEANS,
pitch roof, hot water; $8,000; o., Thos. Keane; b., William Tobin; a., Thomas. R. Hughes.
Harvest St., two 2-st'y fr. dwells., 24' x 36′, pitch roofs, furnaces; $8,000; o., Isabella Munn; b., M. Munn; a., Z. M. Stevens.
..And All Classes of..
Harold St., cor. Hollander St., 24-st'y fr. dwell.. 25' x 2', pitch roof, furnace; $5,000: o., French & Shea; b., C. F. Brown; a., P. A. Tracy.
Ruggles St., Nos. 98-100, three-st'y fr. dwell., 40′ x 70, Hat roof, steam: $6.000; o., House of Angel Guardian; a., P. A. Tracy.
Quincefield St., Nos. 12-14, two 24-st'y dwells., 25 x 51', pitch roofs. furnaces; $10,000; o. & b., J. E. Wilber; a., C. A. Russell.
Romsey St., No. 35, 2-st'y fr. dwell., 27 x 50', pitch roof, steam; $6,000; o., William Farrell; b., W. A. Williams; a., T. J. Lyons. Newton, Mass.- Chase St.. two-st'y dwell., 37' x 40, furnace; $8,000; o., Mellen Bray; b., C. E. Thompson; a., Kendall, Taylor & Stevens. Worcester, Mass.- Moore Ave., two-st'y fr. dwell., 32' x 40': $4,500; o., Lillian W. Carter; b., E. J. Cross; a., Frost, Briggs & Chamberlain,
St. Joseph, Mo.- Two-st'y & base., st. & bk, steelfr., fireproof building, 96′ x 106', tile roof; $85,000; o., Board of Education; a., E. J. Eckel.
MERCANTILE BUILDINGS. Muskegon, Mich.- Western Ave., four-st'y st, & bk. business building, 45′ x 154′, gravel roof, steam;
JACKSON ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS,
Pronts for Buildings, Cornices, Lintels and Sills, Doors and Shutters, Girders and Beams, Fire-escape
Office, 315 East 28th St., New York.
242 and 245 West 47th Street, New York. Telephone: 675 39th St. a few doors west of Broadway. Send for Catalogue.
OFFICE-BUILDINGS. Bloomington, Ill.— N. Main St., six-st'y & base. office-building, 69′ x 120, gravel roof, steam; $60,000; o., Wolf Griesham; a., Arthur L. Pillsbury.
E. Jefferson St., three-st'y & base. lodge & office
Boston, Mass.- Liberty Sq., cor. Water St., seven-
Duluth, Minn. -Five-st'y st. & bk. steel construc-
loft, 25' x 93'; $7,000; o. & a., Fred Schillinger, 1073 Third Ave. Chicago, Ill. — W. Ravenswood Park, Nos. 1081-95, one-st'y bk. barn, 70′ x 150'; $8,500; o., Borden Condensed Milk Company; b., J. M. Darling & Son; &., J. J. Flanders.
STORES. Bloomington, Ill.-N. Main St., three-st'y & base. bk. store building, 25' x 100', gravel roof, hot air; $12,000; o.. Lyman Graham; a., Arthur L. Pillsbury.
N. Main St., three-st'y & base. bk. store & office building, 96' x 98', comp. roof, steam: $75,000; o.. Mrs. Sarah D. Swayne; a., Geo. H. Miller.
W. Jefferson St., four-st'y bk. store, 46′ x 110, tín roof, steam; $30,000; o., C. W. Klemm; a., Paul O. Moratz.
E. Jefferson St., four-st'y bk., steel & fr. store building, 23' x 110, flat roof, steam; $12,000; o., Mattie M. Marble; a., George H. Miller.
Brooklyn, N. Y.-Gerry St., nr. Throop Ave., threest'y bk. tenement, 25′ x 45'; $6,000; o. &. b., Simon Bauer, 76 Gerry St.; a., H. Vollweiler.
W. Prospect Park, nr., 11th St., 2 four-st'y bk. flats, 33' x 85', steam heat; $36.000; o., W. H. Murphy, 517 Fifty-second St.: a., T. Bennett.
Patchen Ave., cor. Lexington Ave., 4 three-st'y bk. flats, 25' x 60'; $35,000; o., J. Voelbel, 992 Greene Ave.; b., G. L. Wills, 22 Stockton St.; a., W. B. Wills.
Sterling Pl., nr. Classon Ave., four-st'y bk. tenement, 25 x 58'; $6.000: o., John Reilly, on premises; a., H. L. Spicer, 326 Ffty-sixth St.
New York, N. Y.- First Ave., Nos. 1628-1630, 2 sixst'y bk. tenements, 25′ 6′′ x 85' 4"; $50,000; o., August Knatz, 19 Avenue A; a., M. Bernstein, 245 Broadway.
One Hundred and Twelfth St., nr. 8th Ave., 2 five-st'y bk. tenements, 33' 4" x 87: $71,500; o.. Carriebelle D. Lanchantin, 206 Hawthorne St., Brooklyn; a., Torstrick & Lamster, 217 W. 125th St.
99 John Street, New York.
[At Washington, D. C.] Bids are wanted August 11 for an eight-room school at 12th and D Sts., N. E. LANSING H. BEACH, Commr., D. C.
ELEVATOR AND HEATING.
[At Philadelphia, Pa.] Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received until 11 o'clock A. M., Monday, August 13, 1900, for installing an elevator and heating apparatus in new warehouse at Schuylkill Arsenal, in this city. Separate bids to be made for each class of work. A guarantee in 10% of the value of the work must accompany proposals. The required Revenue Stamps must be affixed to one number of the guaranteed bid and properly cancelled. Envelopes containing proposals to be endorsed "Proposals for Elevator and Heating," and addressed to LT. COL. JOHN V. FUREY, Deputy Q. M. General, U. S. Army, 1428 Arch St. 1284 Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C., July 31, 1900. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on the 30th day of August, 1900, and then opened, for extension and modification of steam heating and ventilating apparatus for the U. S. Court-house and Post-office building at Topeka, Kansas, in accordance with drawings and specification, which will be furnished at the discretion of the Supervising Architect on application at this office, or at the office of the Superintendent at Topeka, Kansas. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect.
1285 Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C., July 28, 1900. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on the 10th day of September, 1900, and then opened, for the construction (except heating apparatus, electric wiring and conduits) of the U. S. Post-office at Stockton, California, in accordance with the drawings and specification, copies of which may be had at this office or the office of the Postmaster at Stockton, California, at the discretion of the Supervising Ar. chitect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect.
[At Buffalo, N. Y.] Bids are wanted August 20 for lighting fixtures for the new Federal building. OTTO G. SIMONSON, Supt. Construction of Pub. Bldgs., Treas. Dept., Washington, D. C.
GRAND RAPIDS CARVED MOULDING CO.
For Interior Finish
[At Ames, a.] Bids are wanted August 15 for an engineering hall at Iowa State College. E. W. STANTON, Secy.
AS CORNICES, CHAIR AND
PICTURE RAILS, CEILINGS, ETC.
Lincoln Park Institutional Baptist Church, Cincinnati, Ohio, G. R. Robbins, Pastor.
[At Bennettsville, S. C.J Sealed proposals will be received until August 18, for erecting a jail. D. J. EASTERLING, county supervisor.
New Catalogue just out.
[At Agricultural College, Miss.] Bids are wanted until August 13 for a dormitory
and textile school for the Mississippi Agricultural ASYLUM.
College. R. C. KINGS, secretary.
The Best Lighted Church in Cincinnati
Rev. G. R. Robbins, Pastor of this
GRAND RAPIDS, MICH.
high, of steel construction, and will cost approximately $100,000. W. A. PATTERSON, county audi
CHOOL-HOUSE. [At Seattle, Wash.] The Board of Directors of District No. 1 will receive sealed proposals until September 7 for the construction of a senior grammar school. LYMAN BANKS, secretary.
"There is not a church in this city, with its two hundred and fifty churches, so handsomely lighted as ours. Everybody speaks in your praise."
DMINISTRATION BUILDING. [At Fort Washington, Md.] Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received until August 21st for erection and completion of an administration building and guard-house at Fort Washington, Md., at the office of Constructing Quartermaster, 419 N. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. ABE S. BICKHAM, major and quartermaster, U. S. Vols. 1286
This is a type of thousands of letters received in our business experience of over forty years, which are fairly strong proof of the superiority of
"The Great Church Light"
Estimates free on receipt of data showing size and shape of church to be lighted.
I. P. FRINK
GEO. FRINK SPENCER, Mgr.
551 Pearl Street, New York City
Licensed to Manufacture Electric and
[At Decatur, Ill.] Sealed bids are wanted until August 9th for the erection of an asylum building for Adams County 1284 CUNO KIBELE.
[At Athens, Wis.] Sealed proposals will be received until August 10th, for the erection of a school-house. JOHN H. CHESAK, clerk.
[At Marietta, O.] 1284 Sealed bids will be received until August 21 for the erection of the new court-house for Washington Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, County, according to plans prepared by S. Hannaford Washington, D. C., July 23, 1900. Sealed proposals & Sons, Hulbert Block. Cincinnati, O. The structure will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on will be about 100 x 125', three stories and basement the 13th day of August, 1900, and then opened, for
furnishing the Post-office Lock Boxes. etc., for U. S. Public Buildings during the fiscal year ending June 30th, 1901, in accordance with drawing and specification, copies of which may be had at the discretion of the Supervising Architect, by applying to this office. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. 1284 Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C., July 19, 1900. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on the 21st day of August, 1900, and then opened, for the construction (except heating apparatus and electric conduits and wiring) of the U. S. Post-office at St. Cloud, Minn., in accordance with drawings and speciification, copies of which may be had at the discretion of the Supervising Architect by applying to this office or to the Postmaster at St. Cloud, Minn. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. 1284 Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Washington, D. C., July 17th, 1900. Sealed proposals will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on the 20th day of August, 1900, and then opened, for the construction (except heating, electric wiring and conduits) of the U. S. Post-office building at Elgin, Illinois, in accordance with the drawings and specification, copies of which may be had at this office or at the office of the Postmaster at Elgin, Ille., at the JAMES discretion of the Supervising Architect. KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. 1284
[At Blue Ridge, Ga.] Sealed bids will be received until August 21st, for the erection of a court-house for Fannin County. THOS. J. WILSON, ordinary.
FIRE, SOUND and VERMIN PROOF INSULATOR.
Samples and Circulars Free.
U. S. Mineral Wool Co., 143 Liberty Street,
Tile for Fireproofing
ALL KINDS OF BUILDINGS,
Rowland P. Keasbey,
Rapid Printing Papers.
1016 Tremont Bldg., Boston.
MATERIAL-MEN & CONTRACTORS.
W. J. DOLAN,
181 Tremont St., Boston. PERSPECTIVE DRAWINGS. AMERICAN ARCHITECT AND BUILDING NEWS CO. 211 Tremont St.,
THE COMPOUND DOOR CO.,
LIBRARY EQUIPMENT and STACKS,
Counting Room and Vault Fittings,
LIFE AND FIRE INSURANCE RECORD DEPOSITS,
Real Estate and Law Office Furniture.
GOVERNMENT, STATE, COUNTY and MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS
GENERAL OFFICES AND WORKS, JAMESTOWN, N. Y.
Drawings rendered in line or color with reasonable despatch. ADDRESS THE EDITORS OF THE AMERICAN ARCHITECT. SECTION 7. It is unprofessional to make altera
SECTION 6. It is unprofessional to advertise in any other way than by a notice giving name, address, profession, and office hours, and special branch (if such) of practice.
tions of a building designed by another architect, within ten years of its completion, without ascertaining that the owner refuses to employ the original designer, or, in event of the property having changed hands, with out due notice to the said designer.
C. H. BATCHELDER & CO.,
78 Chauncy St., Boston.
GILBRETH SEAM-FACE GRANITE
15 Chardon St., Boston.
Park Row Bldg., New York. 85 Water St., Boston.
Barnum, E. T., Detroit, Mich.....
Neuchatel Asphalte Co., New York..
Moss, Chas. E., Boston..
H. W. Johns Mfg. Co.. New York.....
O.T. Nelson Co., The, Columbus, Ohio I
Send for Catalogue.
Factory: Westfield, Mass.
NEW YORK, PROVIDENCE
ARCHITECTURAL ORNAMENTA- CASH-CARRIER.
Lombard & Co., A. P., Boston........
ART METAL WORK.
Flynt Building & Construction Co.,
Samuel Cabot, Boston, Mass.......
Bostedo Package & Cash-Carrier Co.,
Lord & Burnham Co., Irvington-on- DRAUGHTSMAN,
SEYSSEL ROCK ASPHALT
[See Alphabetical Index on Cover 2 for Pagination.]
[Advertisers can be indexed only under a single head free of charge.]
PERTH AMBOY TERRA-COTTA COMPANY,
PERTH AMBOY, NEW JERSEY.
OFFICE, 160 Fifth Ave., NEW YORK.
L. Haberstroh & Son, Boston....
Crane Co., Chicago, Ill....
Art Metal Construction Co., James-
Loomis-Manning Filter Co., Phila., Pa. Scaife & Sons, Wm. B.. Pittsb'g., Pa. FIREPROOF BUILDING.
Pioneer Fireproof Construction Co.,
Hayes, Geo., New York..
E. Eldon Deane, New York..
Kinkade & Liggett Co., Columbus, O GALVANIZED IRON.
Dayton Automatic Elevator Co., The,
Butcher Polish Co., Boston.........
Hartman Sliding Blind Co., Crestlin,
American Sheet Steel Co., New York.
Wm. H. Jackson & Co., New York....