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BALTIMORE, NEW ORLEANS, CLEVELAND, MINNEAPOLIS
PASSAIC ROLLING MILL CO.,
(Stables Continued.) PATERSON, N. J.
loft, 25' 93'; $7,000; o. & a., Fred Schillinger,
1073 Third Ave. 4 Inches
Chicago, Ill. - W. Ravenswood Park, Nos. 1081-96,
one-st'y bk. barn, 70 x 150'; $8.500; o., Borden Con20 inches
densed Milk Company; b., J. M. Darling & Son; a., deep.
J.J. Flanders. ALL STRUCTURAL SHAPE8.
Bloomington, Ill.- N. Main St., three-st'y & base.
JACKSON ARCHITECTURAL IRON WORKS,
bk. store building. 26' 100', gravel roof, hot air; Boston omice, No. 81 Stato Stroet. Tolophono: 676 39th St. a few doon wost of Broadway. $12,000; O., Lyman Grabam; a., Arthur L. Pills
Sond for Catalogue.
N. Main St., throo-st'y & base. bk, store & ofice building. 960 x 98', comp. roof, steam; $75,000; O.. Mrs. Sarah D. Swayne; a., Geo. H. Miller.
W. Jefferson St., Sour-st'y bk. store, 46' x 110%, tin BSTABLISHED 1840.
roof, steam; $30,000; 0., C. W. Klemm; a., Paul O. Moratz.
E. Jefferson St., tour-st'y bk., steel & fr. store building, 23' x 110', flat roof, steam; $12,000; 0.
Mattie M. Marble; a., George H. Miller. Pronts for Buildings, Cornices, Lintels and Sills, Doors and Shutters, Girders and Beams, Firo-escapo
TENEMENT-HOUSES. Balconies and Ladders, Columns and Roots, Sky and Floor Lights, Stable Fittings and Fixtures, Brooklyn, N. Y.- Gerry St., nr. Throop Ave., threeSidewalk Lights. Artistic work in Wrought and Cast Iron, Bruss and Bronze.
st'y bk. tenement, 256 x 454; $6,000; o. &. b., Simon Designs and Estimates of Cost Furnished for Work in any Department.
Bauer. 76 Gerry St.; A., H. Vollweilor. Foundry and Shops, East 28th and East 29th Sts. Omce, 315 East 28th St., New York
W. Prospect Park, or., 11th St., 2 four-st'y bk. flata, 33' x 85', steam heat; $36.000; O., W. H.
Murphy, 617 Fifty-second St.; a., T. Bennett. BUILDING INTELLIGENCE.
Patchen Ave., cor. Lexington Ave., 4 tbree-st'y
bk. flate, 25' x 60'; $35,000; 0., J. Voelbel, 992 Greene (Houses Continued.) (Mercantile Buildings Continued.)
Ave.; b., G. L. Wills, 22 Stockton St.; a., W. B.
Wills. pitch roof, hot wator; $8,000; O., Thos. Keane; b., $15,000; O., N. G. Vanderlindo; a., J. H. Daverman William Tobin; a., Thomas. R. Hughes.
Sterling Pl., nr. Classon Ave., four-st'y bk. tede & Son, Grand Rapids. Harvest St., two 24-st'y fr. dwells., 21 x 36', pitch
ment, 28 x 58; $6.000: 0., John Reilly, on premises;
OFFICE-BUILDINGS. roofs, furnacos; $8,000; 0., Isabella Munn; b., M.
a., H. L. Spicer, 326 Ffty-sixth St. Munn: a., Z. M. Stevens.
Bloomington, Ill.- N. Main St., six-st'y & base. New York, N. Y. - First Ave., Nos. 1628-1630, 2 sis. Harold St., cor. Hollander St., 24-st'y fr. dwell.,
office-building, 69' x 120, gravel roof, stoam; $60,000; st'y bk. tenements, 25' 6" x 85'4"; $60,000; O., August 250 x 24, pitch roof, fornace; $5,000; 0., French & 0., Wolf Griesbam; &., Arthur L. Pillsbury.
Knatz, 19 Avonne A; A., M. Borustein, 245 BroadShea; b., C. F. Brown; a., P. A. Tracy.
E. Jefferson St., throo-st'y & baso. lodge & office way. Ruggles St., Nos. 98-100, three-st'y fr. dwell., 40'
building, 98 x 115', gravel roof; $30.000; o., Re One Hundred and Twelfth St., nr. 8th Ave., 70, dat roof, steam: $6.000; o., House of Angel memberance Lodgo I. 0.0. F.; A., Arthur L. Pills five-st'y bk. tenements, 33' 4" x 87'; $71,500; O.. Guardian; a., P. A. Tracy. bury.
Carriobelle D. Lanchantin, 206 Hawthorne 'st. Quincefield St., Nos. 12-14, two 24-st'y dwells., 25' Boston, Mars. - Liberty Sq., cor. Water St., soven.
Brooklyn; a., Torstrick & Lamster, 217 W. 135th x 514, pitch roofs, furnaces; $10,000; o. & b., J. E. st'y bk. office-building, 491' 82, flat roof, steam;
St. Wilber; a., C, A. Russell. $750,000; O., Appleton Est.; b., A. C. Whitney; a.,
Melrose Ave., cor. 154th St., five-st'y bk. tepement Romsey St., No. 35, 21-st'y fr. dwell., 27' x 509, Androws, Jaques & Rantoul.
& store, 200 x 95'; $ 16,000; John J. O'Brien, 2177 pitch roof, steam; $6,000; 0., William Farrell; b., Duluth, Minn.-Five-st'y st. & bk. steel construc
Bathgate Ave.; A., F. Jaeger, 717 Tremont Are. W. A. Williams; a., T. J. Lyons.
Melrose Ave., onr. 1630 St., five-st'y bk. tenement tion office-building, 601 120', tin roof, steam; Newton, Mass. - Chase St., two-st'y dwell., 37' x $80,000; a., W. T. Towner, St. Paul.
& storo, 19' 5" x 959: $28,000; o., Baldwin & Green, 40%, furnace; $8,000; O., Mellen Bray; b., C. E. New York, N. Y.-Filih Ave., 46th to 47th Sts.,
60 W. 109th St.; a., W. C. Dickerson, 149th St. & 3d
Ave. Thompson; a., Kendall, Taylor & Stevens.
three-st'y bk. store, Office & studio building, 97' 8" E. Tenth St., No. 211, six-st'y & base. bk. tepe. Worcester, Mass. — Moore Ave., two-st'y fr. dwell., 200 10"; $300,000; O., Elbridge T. Gerry, 261 ment, 25 x 80' 1": $26.000; O., Jpo. Kafka, 231 E. 32" x 40': $4,500; O., Lillian W. Carter; b., E. J. Broadway; a., Chas. 1. Berg, 10 W.23d St.
720 St.; a., C. B. Meyers, 1 Union Sq. Cross; a., Frost, Briggs & Chamberlain,
Philadelphia, Pa. - Second St., cor. Chestnut St., One Hundred and Eighteenth st., nr. Madison LIBRARIES. one-st'y & loft bk. & st bank building. 46' 1 57';
Ave., 4 five-st'y bk. tenements, 25' x 87'; $100.000; $40,000; O., Corn Exchange Bank; b., J. E. & A. L.
0., Jno. F. Kuchler, 58 E. 132d St.; a., Henry St. Joseph, Mo.- Two-st'y & base., st. & bk , steel.
Pennook; A., Nowman, Woodman & Harris.
Andersen. fr., tireproof building, 96' x 106', tile roof; $85,000;
Anthony Ave., br. 176th St., three-rt'y fr. tene0., Board of Education; a., E. J. Eckel.
ment, 300 x 70' 6''; $9,000; 0., Wm. B. Schorer, 1806 MERCANTILE BUILDINGS.
New York, N. Y. - E. One Hundred and fifteenth Anthony Ave,; a., J. J. Vroeland.
St., No. 23, five-st'y bk. stable, 25' 1 96'; $20,000; o., Marcy Pl., nr. Prospect Ave., 2 three-st'y bk. Maskegon, Mich. - Western Ave., four-st'y st. & Fanny Weil, 151 E. 117th St., O., Jobst Hoffmann tenements, 21' 57'; $16,000; O., Theo. M. Macy, on bk. business building, 45' x 154', gravel roof, steam; E. Siztieth St., No. 410, three-st'y bk, stablo & premises; a., W. C. Dickerson.
There are two and ONLY TWO absolutely safe ma
[At Agricultural College, Miss.] The Improved Rider Hot Air Engine ...
Bids will be received until August 13 for erecting
a $10,000 dormitory and a $20,000 textile school buildThe Improved Ericsson Hot Air Engine.
ing for the Mississippi Agricultural and Mechanical College. R. C. KINGS, secretary.
1284 Catalogue "B" on application. Address the nearest office,
TEAM BOILER, ENGINES AND GENERIDER-ERICSSON ENGINE CO.,
[At Washington, D. C.]
Proposals will be received until DOOD of Satu-
day, August 11, 1900, for furnishing and putting
in place on foundation to be erected by the Governo 23 Cortlandt St., NEW YORK. 239 Franklin St., BOSTON.
ment, one forged steel, water tube boiler of 250 horse
power, of the high pressure type pow in use in the B6 Lake St., CHICAGO.
Teniente Rey, 71, .
692 Craig St., MONTREAL. P. I. Capitol; and for two 1874 Kilowatt Westinghouse 40N. 7th St., PHILADELPHIA. HAVANA, CUBA. 22A Pitt St., SYDNEY, N. S. W: generators direct connecied to suitable Westing
house compound engines with marble power panel,
connection, instruments, etc., and to operate in conBUILDING INTELLIGENCE.
junction with the present plant. ELLIOTT WOODS, PROPOSALS. Acting Architect U.S. Capitol.
1284 (Tenement Houses Continued.) Melrose Ave. cor. 158th St., five-st'y bk. & st. tene- HOSPITAL BUILDING.
(At Trenton, N. J.)
[At Philadelphia, Pa.) ment & store, 21 x 93 2'; $25,000; O., C. M. Silver Bids are wanted August 9 for a building at the Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received man, 2013 Seventh Ave.; a., Neville & Bagge. New Jersey State Home for Girls. HOWELL 0. until 11 o'clock A. M., Monday, August 13, STULL, Chmn. Bldg. Com., Bd. Trus.
1900, for installing an elevator and heating appa.
ratus in new warehouse at Schuylkill Arsenal, in COMPETITIONS.
this city. Soparate bids to be made for each class of
[At Lead, S. D.] work. A guarantee in 10% of the value of the work
It is stated that bids are wanted August 10 for a must accompany proposals. The required Revenue Plans and specifications will be received until
At St. Paul, Minn: briok hotel, to cost about $60,000. JOHN W. GIBBS, Stamps must be afixed to one number of the guaran
architect. August 10th, by the Board of Commissioners of
toed bid and properly cancelled. Envelopes containRamsey County for a county jail and sheriff's resi.
ing proposals to be endorsed " Proposals for Elevator dence. W. R. JOHNSON, county auditor.
and Heating," and addressed to LT, COL. JOHN V. 1284 COURT-HOUSE
(At Clay Center, Kan.) FUREY, Deputy Q. M. General, U. S. Army, 1428 Bids are wanted August 7 for a court-houso. J. Arch St.
1284 ASSEMBLY HALL
(At Peoria, 111.2 Topeka, Kan.
H. KERBY, Co. Cik. J.C. Holland & Co., architects, Plans and specifications will be received by the
Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Central Ry. Co. until August 21 for an assembly
Washington, D. C., July 31, 1900. Sealed proposals
will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. m. on ball, cost not to exceed $45,000. WALTER BARKER, CHURCH. . 1285
[At Findlay, o.] the 30th day of August, 1900, and then opened, for
It is stated that bids aro wanted August 7 for an extension and modification of steam heating and'venTIGH SCHOOL.
edifice for the Presbyterian Church, to cost $32,000. tilating apparatus for the U. S. Court-house and HIGH
[At Buffalo, N. Y.]
Post-office building at Topeka, Kansas, in accord. Competitive designs will be received until Sep
ance with drawings and specification, which will be
furnished at the discretion of the Supervising Architombes 26 for West Side High School. R. G. PAR COURT-HOUSE. SONS, . Bd. Pub.
[At Anniston, Ala.)
tect on application at this office, or at the office of It is stated that the County Commissioners will the Superintondent at Topeka, Kansas. JAMES soon receive bide for a court-house to be erected | KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect.
1285 [At Shreveport, La.] here, to cost about $50,000.
1284 Treasury Dopartment, Office Supervising Architect, Plans will be received until August 15th by the
Washington, D. C., July 25, 1900. Sealed proposals Shreveport Athletic Association for a club-house.
will be received at this office until 2 o'clock p. X. on R. G. PLEASANT, pres.
1285 ASSEMBLY HALL.
[At Washington, D. c.] the 22d day of August, 1900, and then opened, for the
Sealed proposals will be received at the office of construction of an isolation ward and mortuary at AUDITORIUM [At Knoxville, Tenn.]
the commissioners. District of Columbia, until the U. S. Marine Hospital, Cleveland, Ohio, in acPlans and specifications are invited for a large August 11. for constructing an assembly ball on the cordance with drawings and specification, copies of auditorium. W. H. CARSON, Box 375. 1284
grounds of the Boys' Reform School. HENRY B. F. which may be had at the discretion of the SupervisMACFARLAND, et al., commissioners. 1284 ing Architect, by applying to this office or to the
Custodian of the building. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, COURT-HOUSE. [At Waco, Tex.) CHOOL-HOUSE.
1285 SCH Plans will be received by the Commissioner's Court
[At Washington, D.O.) Treasury Department, Ofice Supervising Architect, of McLennon County until August 11th, for a Sealed proposals will be received at the office of Washington, D. C., July 28, 1900. Sealed proporals court-house. J. N. GALLAGHER, county judge. the commissionere, D. C., until August 11 for con will be received at this offico until 2 o'clock P. M. on
structing an eight-room school-building ontbenorth- the 10th day of September, 1900, and then opened, for
west corner of 12th and D Sts., northeast. HENRY the construction (except heating apparatus, electric HOTEL. (At Greenville, Minn.)
B. F. MACFARLANE, et al., commissioners. wiring and conduite) of the U.S. Post-office at StockPlans are invited until August 5th for a hotel.
ton, California, in accordanco with the drawings and JAMES ROBERTSHAW. 1284
specification, copies of which may be bad at this HALL
office or the office of the Postmaster at Stockton,
(At Washington, D. C.] California, at the discretion of tho Supervising Ar. PROPOSALS.
Bids are wanted August 11 for an assembly hall chitect. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising at the Boys' Reform School. LANSING H. BEACH, Arobitost.
(At Ashtabula, o.) Sealed bids will be received until August 10 for
LIGHTING FIXTURES. an addition to be built to the county infirmary, ac
[At Buffalo, N. Y.] SCHOOL
[At Washington, D. C.] Bids are wanted August 20 for lighting fixtures cording to plans and specifications on file at office of Bids are wanted August 11 for an eight-room for the new Foderal building. OTTO G. SIMONSON, Thayer & Wilson, architects, and in office of D. school at 12th and D Sts., N. E. LANSING H. Supt. Construction of Pab. Bldge., Treas. Dept., CROWELL, auditor. 1284 BEACH, Commr., D. C. 1284 Washington, D.C.
high, of steel construction, and will cost approxi- furnishing the Post-office Lock Boxes, etc., for U.S.
(At Buffalo, N. Y mately $100,000. W. A. PATTERSON, county audi- Public Buildings during the fiscal year ending June Bids are wanted August 22 for alterations and
30th, 1901, in accordance with drawing and specificarepairs to the Convention Hall. R. G. PARSONS,
tion, copies of which may be bad at the discretion of Secy. Bd. Pub. Wk8. 1285
the Suporvising Architect, by applying to this office.
(At Seattle, Wash.) | JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architoct. HEATING, ETC.
1284 The Board of Directors of District No. 1 will
(At Cincinnati, o.) Bids are wanted August 27 for ventilating and
receive sealed proposals until September 7 for the Treasury Department, Ofice Supervising Architect, heating apparatus for a school to be orected at Rill construction of a senior grammar school. LYMAN Washington, D. C., July 19, 1900. Sealed proposals
1286 gour and Èllen Sts. JACOB E. CORMANY, Chmn. BANKS, socretary.
will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on Com. on Bldgs. Bd. Educ. 1285
the 21st day of August, 1900, and then opened, for the ADMINISTRATION BUILDING,
construction (except heating apparatus and electric
(At Fort Washington, Ma.] conduits and wiring) of the u. s. Post-office at St. COLLEGE BUILDING.
Sealed proposals, in triplicate, will be received Cloud, Minn., in accordance with drawings and speci
(At Ames, Ja.] until August 21st for erection and completion of ification, copies of which may be bad at the discreBids are wanted August 18 for an engineering an administration building and guard-house at Fort tion of the supervising Architect by applying to this ball at Iowa State College. E. W. STANTON. Secy. Washington, Md., at the office of Constructing Quart- office or to the Postmaster at št. Cloud, Mion. Bd. Trus.
ermaster, 419 N. Washington St., Alexandria, Va. JAMES KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. TEXTILE SCHOOL. ABE S. BICKHAM, major and quartermaster, U.S.
1284 (At Agricultural Collego, M188. Vols.
Treasury Department, Office Supervising Architect, Bids are wanted until August 13 for a dormitory
Washington, D. C., July 17th, 1900. Sealed proposals and textile school for the Mississippi Agricultural A SYLUM.
(At Decatur, I11.] will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on College. R. C. KINGS, secretary.
Sealed bids are wanted until August 9th for the tho 20th day of August, 1900, and then opened, for the
eroction of an asylum building for Adams County construction (except heating, electric wiring and JAIL. (At Bennettsvillo, S. C.] CUNO KIBELE.
conduits) of the U. 8. Post-office building at Elgin, Sealed proposals will be recoived until August
Illinois, in accordance with the drawings and speci. CHOOL-HOUSE.
fication, copies of which may be had at this office or supervisor
(At Athens, Wis.] at the office of the Postmaster at Elgin, Ille., at the Sealed proposals will be received until August discretion of the Supervising Architect. JAMES
10th, for the eroction of a school-hou86. JOHN A. KNOX TAYLOR, Supervising Architect. 1284 (At Marietta, 0.] CHESAK, clerk.
1284 Sealed bids will be received until August 21 for the erection of the new court-house for Washington Treasury Department, Offico Supervising Architect,
(At Blue Ridge, Ga.] County, according to plans prepared by S. Hannaford Washington, D. C., July 23, 1900. Sealed proposals Sealed bids will be received until August 21st, & Sons, Hulbert Block. Cincippati, 0. The structure will be received at this office until 2 o'clock P. M. on for the erection of a court-house for Fannin County. will be about 100' 3 125', three storios and basement the 13th day of August, 1900, and then openod, for | THOS. J. WILSON, ordinary.
18, for erecting a jail. D. J. EASTERLING, county Schod
U. S. Mineral Wool Co.,
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ings or other services “on approval" and DRAWING-OFFICE.
without adequate pecuniary compensation,
SECTION 6. It is unprofessional to advertise in Drawings rendered in line or color with any othez way than by a notice giving name,
address, profession, and office hours, and reasonable despatch,
special branch (if such) of practice. ADDRESS THE EDITORS OF THE AMERICAN AROHITEOT. SECTION 7. It is unprofessional to make altera
tions of a building designed by another archi
tect, within ten years of its completion, THE COMPOUND DOOR CO., without ascertaining that the owner refuses
to employ the original designer, or, in event Veneered Hardwood Doors, of the property having, changed hands, with. Fine Interior Finish.
out due notice to the said designer. ST. JOSEPH
MICH. SECTION 8. It is unprofessional to attempt
to supplant an architect after definite steps Represented by
have been taken toward his employment. M. J. CANAVAN, 282 Washington St., Boston.
SECTION. 9. It is unprofessional for a Member
to criticise in the public prints the professional
conduct or work of another architect except Elrt Metal
over his own name or under the authority of a professional journal.
BUILDING NEWS CO.
Park Row Bldg., New York.
SECTION 16. A Member should so conduct his
practice as to forward the cause of professional education and render all possible help to juniors, draughtsmen and students.
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Filter Co., Phila., Pe. Lombard & Co., A. P., Boston...... New York.......
DOOR and WINDOW SCREENS.
Soaife & Sons, Wm. B. Pittsb'g., Pa.
Hartman Sliding Blind Co., Crestlin, PIRBPROOP BUILDING.
Pioneer Fireproof Construction Co., Μο
DOORS (laterior Finish).
Raritan Hollow and Poron Briak
Co., New York..
Alexander Mfg. Co., Grand Rapids, Hayes, Goo., New York..
Laughlin-Hough Co., New York...... PLOOR POLISH.
Batoher Polish Co., Boston........ BANK and VAULT FITTINGS.
Hudson, N. Y......
E. Eldon Doane, New York..... Art Metal Construction Co., James
Hartman Sliding Blind Co., Crestlin, BLUE PRINTS
Keuffel & Esser, New York........
Kinkade & Liggett Co., Columbus, O GALVANIZED IRON.
American Sheet Stoel Co., Now York. Gorton & Lidgerwood Co., New York.
Dayton Automatic Elevator Co., The, I gates.
Art Metal Construction Co., James Dayton, Ohio.. BUILDING PELT (Fire and Water town, N.Y...
Wm. R. Pitt, Now York........(mon)
Morse, Williams & Co., Philadelphia.
Whittier Machine Co., Boston.. OLASS (Stained and Ornamental). H. W. Johns Mfg. Co.. New York..... S. Cabot, Boston..
Flanagan & Biedenweg Co. Tho
Rider-Ericsson Engine Co., New York.
Art Metal Constraction Co., James- CRATES, ETC. 0. T. Nelson Co., The, Columbus, Ohio Samuel Cabot, Boston, Mass.....
Wm. H. Jackson & Co., Now York...