192ft.0in. X 6ft. 7in. = l,264sq.ft. = 140sq.yds.,at\$.40 \$ 56.00

 CESSPOOLS 23 ft. 6 in. X 8 ft. 0 in. X 1 ft. 6 in. = 282 cu. ft. ÷ 25= 11 1/3 perches. 11 1/3 perches at \$3.50... .\$39.65 Cover..... . 2.50 42.15
 Tight Cesspool - 11 ft. 6 in. X 8 ft. 0 in. = 92 sq. ft. X 15 bricks = 1,380 bricks. 1,380 bricks at \$20.00 per M... \$27.60 Iron cover... 3.00 30.60
 DRY WELLS 2 ft. 0 in. X 2 ft. 0 in. X 5 ft. 6 in. X 12 = 264 cu. ft. ÷ 25 = 11 perches 11 perches at \$2.50..... 27.50
 DRAINS 171ft. at \$.20.... \$34.20 14 bends at \$.30.... . 4.20 38.40 Total cost of Stonework, Cesspools, and Drains \$754.15

## Brickwork

Note. - Find the number of bricks in a foot of height in each chimney or pier, reckoning five courses to the foot of height.

 Cellar - 35 x 8... 280 107 1/2 x 8... 860 55 x 8 440 Carried forward 1,580 bricks

Fig. 5.

Fig. 6.

 Brought forward 1,580 bricks Veranda Piers - 58! X 10 .. . 585 Chimneys - 107! X 6 ft. 6 in.. . 700 105 X 11 ft. 0 in.. . 1,155 35 X 11 ft. 0 in.. . 385 35 X 4ft. 6in.. . 157 127 1/2 X 5 ft. 6 in.. . 701 35 X 19 ft. 0 in... . 665 57 1/2 X 4ft. 0in... . 230 127 1/2 X 11 ft. 0 in... . 1,402 7,560 bricks
 7,560 bricks at \$20.00per M., laid... \$ 151.20 3 fireplaces at \$30.00 each... 90.00 26ft., 13 in. X 13 in., at \$.35... 9.10 36ft, 9in. round, at \$.30... 10.80 68ft,8 1/2 X 13,at\$.30.... 20.40 Total cost of Brickwork and Flue Linings, \$ 281.50
 CONCRETING Sq. Ft. 23 ft. 0 in. X 38ft. 0in.. . 874 3 ft. 0 in. X 9 ft. 6 in.. . 28! 15 ft. 0 in. X 26 ft. 0 in.. . 390 4ft. 0in. X 7 ft. 0 in.. 28 1,320 sq. ft. Total, 1,320 sq. ft. = 147 sq.yds., at \$ 60 ....... . \$88.20

## Plastering

Note. - Take off square feet of plastered surfaces, and deduct one-half of the openings, after reducing to sq. yds.

 Cellar - Sq. Ft. 23 ft. 0 in. X . 874 9 ft. 6 in. X 28 Carried forward 902 sq. ft.

Fig. 8

 Brought forward 902 sq. ft. 15 ft. 6 in. X 26 ft. 0 in.. 403 30 ft. 0 in. X 8 ft. 0 in.. 240 1,545 sq.ft.
 First Story - 25 ft. 0 in. X 40 ft. 0 in.. 1,000 11 ft. 0 in. X 3 ft. 0 in.. 33 25 ft. 6 in. X 16 ft. 6 in.. 420 490 ft. 0 in. X 9 ft. 0 in.. 4,410 5,863 sq. ft.
 Second Story - Sq. Ft, 25 ft. 0 in X 40 ft. 0 in.. 1,000 16 ft. 6 in. X 19 ft. 0 in.. 313 520 ft. 0 in. X 8 ft. 6 in.. 4,420 5,733 sq. ft. Total amount of plastered surfaces, 13,141 sq. ft.
 Outs - 32 doors, average 40 sq. ft.. 1,280 34 windows, average 15 sq. ft.. 510 1,790 sq.ft. 1,790sq.ft. ÷2= 895sq.ft. 13,141 sq. ft. less 895 sq. ft. = 12,246 sq. ft. = 1,361 sq. yds. Total cost of Plastering 1,361 sq. yds., at \$. 40.. \$ 544.40
 CARPENTER WORK Ft. B. M 188 linear ft., 6 X 564 136 " " 4 X 6in. ".. 272 74 " " 8 X 10 in. girders. 494 - 250 " " 4 X 500 188 " " 4 X 6 in. girts .. 376 2,206 \$ 83.82 First-Story Frame, Bridging and Under Floor 25 ft. 0 in. X 40 ft. 0 in.. . 1,000 Carried forward \$ 83.82

Fig. 9.

Fig 10.

 Brouqht forward \$ 83.82 11 ft. 0 in. X 3 ft 0 in.. 33 26 ft. 0 in. X 16 ft. 6 in.. 429 1,462 sq.ft. 1,462 sq.ft. = 14.62 squares, at \$9.35 per square ..... . \$ 136.70
 Hard Pine 25 ft. 6 in. X 16 ft. 6 in. = 421 sq.ft., at \$10.50 per square.... \$ 44.21
 Oak 25 ft. 0 in. X 40 ft. 0 in. = 1,000 sq.ft. 11 ft. 0 in. X 3 ft. 0 in. 33 " 1,033 sq. ft. 1,033 sq. ft. at \$20.00 per square.. . \$ 206.60
 6 ft. 0 in. x 11 ft. 0 in. - 66 sq. ft. 9 ft. 0 in. X 5 ft. 0 in. = 45 " Piazza Floor - 26 ft. 0 in. X 9 ft. 0 in. = 234 " 20 ft. 6 in. X 7 ft. 0 in. = 144 " 489 sq. ft. 489 sq. ft. at \$12.35 per square.. \$ 60.39
 Second-Story Frame. Bridging and Strapping Floors - 40 ft. 0 in. X 25 ft. 0 in. . 1,000 sq.ft. 20 ft. 0 in. X 17 ft. 0 in. . 340 " " 1,340 sq.ft. 1,340 sq. ft. at \$18.00 per square.. \$ 241.20 Third Story - 1,340 sq. ft. at \$10.10 per square.. \$ 135.34
 Roof Frame, Boarding and Shingles- 30 ft. 0 in. X 16 ft. 6 in. X 2 sides. . 990 sq. ft. 34 ft. 0 in. X 16 ft. 6 in. X 2 sides. . 1,122 " " 2,112 sq.ft. 2,112 sq. ft. at \$16.67 per square.. \$ 352.07 Flashing...... \$ 40.00 Tin Roof, Frame and Boarding- 21 ft. 0 in. x 7 ft. 6 in.. 157 sq. ft. Carried forward \$1,300.33

Fig. 11.

 Brought forward \$1,300.33 19ft. 0in. X 6ft. 6in.. 124 sq. ft. 11 ft. 0 in. X 5 ft. 6 in.. 60 " " 14ft. 0in. X 9ft. 6in.. 133 " " 474 sq.ft. 474 sq. ft. at \$20.92 per square.. \$ 99.16
 Outside Walls, Studding and Boarding - 172ft. 0in. X20ft0in.. 3,440 sq. ft. 6 ft. 6 in. X 10 ft. 0 in. X 2 sides 130 " " 3 ft. 0 in. X 9 ft. 0 in. X 2 sides 54 " " 3,624 sq.ft. 3,624 sq. ft. at \$8.30 per square \$ 300.79
 Inside Studding - 180ft. 0in. X 9ft. 0in.. 1,620 sq.ft. 196ft. 0in. X 8ft. 6 in.. 1,666 " " 28 ft. 0 in. X 8ft. 0in.. 224 " " 3, 510 sq. ft. 3,510 sq. ft., at \$4.00 per square \$ 140.40
 44 ft. 0 in. X 19 ft. 0 in. X 2 sides. 1,672 sq.ft. 6ft. 0in. X 8ft. 0in. X 2sides. 96 " " 2 ft. 0 in. X 9 ft. 0 in. X 2 sides. 36 " " 39 ft. 0 in. X 19 ft. 0 in. X 2 sides. 1,482 " " 3,286 sq. ft. 3,286 sq. ft. at \$7.95 per square. . \$261.23 Deduct for stock only, 36 windows = 540 sq. ft., at \$4.70 per square 25.38 \$ 235.85
 MISCELLANEOUS Dormers - 6, at \$50 each.... \$ 300.00 Main Cornice - 180 ft., at \$1.25 per ft... 225.00 Balustrade on Roof - 96 ft, at \$0.50 per ft.. \$48.00 18 posts, at \$1.50 each.. 27.00 75.00 Carried forward \$2,676.53
 Brought forward \$2,076.53 102 ft., at \$2.00 per ft.. 204.00 9 in place, at \$10.00 each.. 90.00 Corner Pilasters - 2 1/2 in place, at \$8.00 each. .. 20.00 Balustrade - 76 ft., at \$.50 per ft. . \$38.00 Small Posts - 8 1/2, at \$1.00 each. . 12.00 50.00 25.00 Lattice - 55 ft. 0 in. X 1 ft. 6 in. = 82 1/2 sq. ft, at \$.15 12.37 Porch Ceiling - 111 sq. ft., at \$10.00 per square.. 11.10 25.00 252 ft. 0 in. X 8 in. = 168 sq. ft., at \$.30 per sq. ft. 50.40 117 1/2 linear ft., at \$.20 per ft... 23.50
 Windows and Frames - Attic - 4 windows, circular top, at. \$11.20 each \$ 44.80 \$5.25 each 21.00 Second Story - 8 windows, 3 ft. 6 in. X 5 ft. 0in., at \$13.33 each \$106.64 7 windows, 2 ft. 6 in. X 4ft. 6in., at \$11.44 each 80.08 First Story - 1 window, 2 ft. 6 in. X 4ft. 6 in.. \$ 11.44 2 windows, 2 ft. 6 in. X 5 ft. 6 in., at \$12.00 each 24.00 2 windows, 2 ft. 6 in. X 3 ft. 9 in., at \$11.00 each 22.00 2 pairs French windows (oak), 4 ft. 6 in. X 7 ft. 6 in., at \$18.24 each 36.48 1 window, 3 ft. 4 in. X 5 ft. 6 in. (oak finish)----- 16.57 Carried forward \$3,550.91

Fig. 12.

 Brought forward \$3,550.91 1 window, 3 ft. 4 in. X 5 ft. 6 in. (birch finish) . 10.57 1 window, 2 ft. 6 in. X 5 ft. 6 in. (birch finish) . 14.45 2 windows, 3 ft. 4 in. X 5 ft. 5 in. (whitewood), at........\$13.33 each 26. 66 4 windows, 2 ft. 6 in. X 4 ft. 6 in. (N. C. pine), at.......\$11.44 each 45.76 Front Door, with side and top lights - 3 ft. 3 in. X 7 ft. 6 in... 56.33 Rear Door - 2 ft. 10 in. X 7 ft. 6 in... 13.46 Cellar Sashes - 12, at \$3.25 each.... 30.00
 Inside Finish - Coal bins in basement, 240 sq. ft. Studding 240 sq. ft. at \$3.00 per square: \$ 7.20 Boarding 240 " "\$4.75 " " 11.40 Labor on 2 door, one day... 3.25 21.85 3 ft. 0 in. X 1 ft. 0 in., 25 ft. long, at \$.62 per linear ft. . 15.50 Basement Partitions - 46 ft. 0 in. X 8 ft. 0 in., 368 sq. ft., at \$8.75 per square. . 32.20 3 doors, at \$8.87 each... 26.61 671/2 ft. shelving, at \$.15 per ft... 10.12 1 door to bulkhead.... 10.00 First Story - 1 door, 2 ft. 8 in. X 7 ft. 6 in. (whitewood and birch finish) 20.67 1 pair sliding doors (whitewood and birch finish) . 53.52 40 ft. birch base at \$.20 per ft.... 8.00 1 door, 3 ft. 3 in. X 7 ft. 6 in. (whitewood and oak) . . 22.67 1 door, 2 ft. 10 in. X 7 ft. 6 in. (whitewood and oak) . . 20.67 Wood Cornice in Dining Room - 56 ft, 6 in. X 6 in. (birch), at \$.48 per ft. . \$26.88 56 ft. picture moulding, at \$.06 per ft. . 3.36 30.24 Wood Cornice in Library - 82 ft., 6 in. X 6 in. (oak), at \$.48 per ft. . .839.36 Carried forward \$39.36 \$4,035.19
 Brought forward \$39.36 \$4,035.19 82 ft. picture moulding, at \$.06 per ft. . 4.92 44.28 Oak Base - 72 ft. at \$.20 per ft.... . 14.40 1 door, 3 ft. 0 in. X 7 ft. 6 in (whitewood).. 12.59 Vestibule Door, side lights and top light, same as front door 56.33 Whitewood Base, 101 ft., at \$.10 per ft.. . 10.10 5doors (N. C. pine), at 89.48each... . 47.40 CHINA CLOSET FINISH.... . 100.00 PANTRY.... . 50.00 Kitchen and Back Entry Sheathing - 65 linear ft., at \$.40 per ft.... 26.00 Mantels - Allowance .... .\$125.00 Labor of setting.... . 6.50 \$131.50
 Second Story - 16 doors stock, at \$9.48 each... .\$151.68 1 arch in hall.... . 10.00 2 wood columns, at \$10.00 each... . 20.00 5 closets, at \$3.50 each... . 17.50 1 linen closet... . 25.00 1 linen closet... . 20.00 Third Story - 2 doors, finished one side, at \$7.04 each.. \$ 14.08 1 closet door..... 7.04 Tank...... . 10.00 Finished floor, 100 sq. ft.... 7.25 Base, 14 ft., at \$.10 per ft.... 1.40
 120 ft, at \$.13 per ft, put up.. 515.60 6 goosenecks, at \$1.00 each... 6.00 \$ 21.60 Cutting and Fitting for Plumbing and Heating. 35.00 Freight, Fares and Expenses... 50.00 Insurance...... 10.00 Total cost of Carpenter Work. .. \$4,928.34

Fig. 16

 STAIRS Front Stairs - 128 ft. spruce, at \$30 per M... 3.84 120 ft. whitewood, at \$70 per M.. 8.40 85 ft. quartered oak, at \$150 per M. 12.75 30 ft. mahogany rail and turn .. 24.00 5 paneled posts at \$5.00 each .. 25.00 105 balusters at \$.15 each... 15.75 11 nosings at \$.06 each... .66 25 scotias at \$.03 each... .75 - Nails, glue, etc.... 1.00 Labor..... 56.00 \$148.15
 Back Stairs - First Flight - 55 ft. spruce, at \$30 per M... \$ 1.65 105 ft. N.C. pine, at \$60 per M .. 6.30 16 scotias at \$.03 each... .48 Nails, etc.... .75 Labor..... 16.00 25.18
 Second Flight - 54 ft. spruce, at \$30 per M. ... \$ 1.62 110ft. N. C. pine, at \$60 per M.. 6.60 17 scotias at \$.03 each... .51 Nails etc.... .75 1 post.... .75 4 ft. rail, at \$.m per ft... .50 12 balusters at \$.06 1/4 each.. .75 Labor.... 17.00 28.48
 Cellar Stairs - 40 ft. spruce, at \$30 per M... \$ 1.20 75ft.N. C.pine,at\$60perM.. 4.50 Post..... .50 Rail..... 1.20 Labor .... 5.00 12.40 \$214.21 Framing.... . 2.00 Total cost of Stairs... \$216.21

## Hardware

Note. - This estimate is based upon a fair quality of hardware, the butts being of bronze plated steel, the knobs of struck-up bronze metal, with rose and escutcheon combined; the sash fasts of solid bronze metal, also lifts and catches.

 BASEMENT Bulkhead, Outside - 2 pairs extra heavy galv. T hinges, 8-inch at \$.85 each.... \$1.70 2 hooks and staples, 5 inch, at. .\$. 10 each .20 Labor..... 1.00 Bulkhead, Inside - 1 pair heavy T hinges, 8-inch... .15 1 thumb-latch.... .10 Labor.... .50 Three Doors - 3 pairs butts, 3 1/2 X 3 1/2-inch, at. .\$.15 each .45 3 sets locks at... .\$.45 each 1.35 Labor.... 1.50 Hinged Windows - 12 pairs butts, 1 1/4-inch, at.. . \$.06each .72 12 hooks and eyes, at . .. .\$.02 each .24 12 buttons, at.... .\$.02 each .24 Labor.... 1.50 \$ 9.65
 FIRST FLOOR Entrance Door - 1 1/2 pairs butts, 4 1/2-inch, at.. .\$.38 each \$ .57 1 set lock, bronze metal... 9.50 Labor.... 2.00 Seven Inside Doors, Front - 7 pairs butts, 3 1/2 X 3 1/2-inch, at. \$.30 each 2.10 7 sets locks at.... \$1.00 each 7.00 Labor... 5.25 Carried forward \$26.42 \$9.65

Fig. 14.

 Brought forward \$26.42 \$9.65 Side Entrance Door - 1 1/2 pairs butts, 4 1/2 x 4 1/2-inch, at.. \$. 38 each .57 1 set locks... 2.25 Labor... 1.00 One Pair Sliding Doors, 5 ft. 0 in. - 1 set bangers, 5 ft. 0 in, Double .. 3.50 1 set S. D. locks... 2.50 Labor.... 2.00 Six Inside Back Portions - 6 sets lock sat... \$.45 each 2.70 6 pairs butts, 3 1/2 x 3 1/2-inch at.. \$. 15 each .90 Labor... 4.00 Back Doors - 1 1/2 pairs butts, 4 1/2 X 4 1/2-inch, at. \$.20 each .30 1 set locks.... 2.25 Labor..... 1.00 Ice-Chest Door - 1 pair butts, 3 X 3-inch... .40 1 IH lever, galvanized... .60 1 brass hasp and padlock... 1.50 Labor... .50 China Closet - 2 pairs glass doors - 2 pairs butts, 2 1/2 X 2 1/2-inch, at. \$.26 each .52 2 elbow catches, at... \$.06 each .12 2 cupboard catches, at... \$.15 each .30 1 pair cupboard doors - 2 pairs butts, 2 1/2 x 2 1/2-inch, at.. \$.10 each .20 1 elbow catch... .06 1 cupboard catch... .15 20 drawer-pulls, at.. \$.06 each 1.20 Labor... 2.50 Pantry - 4 cupboard doors - 4 pairs butts, 2 1/5 x 2 1/2-inch, at. \$.10 each .40 Carried forward \$57.84 \$9.65
 Brought forward \$57.84 \$9.65 4 cupboard catches at... .60 1 bbl. swing... .75 10 drawer-pulls, at.. .\$.06 each .60 Labor... 2.00 Windows - 15 sash fasts, at... .\$. 30 each 4.50 30 sash lifts, at... \$. 60 each 1.80 Labor... 7.50 Casement Windows, 4 pairs butts, 3 X 3-inch, at. .\$. 50 each 2.00 2 pairs flush bolts, at.. .\$1.00 each 2.00 2 casement fasts, at.. .\$. 45 each .90 Labor... 1.00 \$81.49
 SECOND FLOOR Sixteen Doors - 16 pairs butts, 3 1/2 X 3 1/2-inch, at . \$.30 each \$ 4.80 16 sets locks, at... \$. 90 each 14.40 Labor.... .10.40 Windows - 14 sash fasts, at... \$. 30 each 4.20 1 sash fast... .35 28 sash lifts, at... .\$.06 each 1.68 2 sash lifts, at... .\$.10 each .20 Labor.. 7.00 Six Drawers in Linen Closet - 12 drawer-pulls, at.. .\$.06 each .72 Labor... .25 \$44.00 Bathroom - 1 pair butts, 3 1/2 x 3 1/2-inch (nickel-plate).. .40 1 set locks (nickel-plate)... 1.25 Labor... .75 \$ 2.40
 ATTIC Two Doors - 2 pairs butts, 3 1/2 X 3 1/2 inch, at \$.12 each. .\$.24 2 sets locks, at.. \$.45each. . .90 Labor... .1.00 Carried forward \$2.14 \$137.54

Fig. 15.

Fig. 16.

 Brought forward \$2.14 \$137.54 Two Low Doors - 2 pairs butts, 2 1/2 X 2 1/2-inch, at .\$.10 each. . .20 2 cupboard turns, at . \$ 35 each . .70 Labor... 1.00 Windows - 8 sash fasts, at... .\$.30 each. .2.40 16 sash lifts, at.. .\$.06 each. . .96 Labor.... .4.00 6 doz. H. & C. hooks, 639 1/2, at .\$.50 doz .3.00 3 doz. base knobs, at. .\$.35 doz .1.05 Labor... .2.50 \$ 17.95 Total cost of Hardware put on.. \$155.49
 HEATING 1 No. 28 Crawford furnace (28-in. firepot) . . \$125.00 22 ft. 8-in. galv. iron smoke-pipe, 55 lbs., at....\$.09 lb. 4.95 1 14 X 18-in. register, stone, box and netting, 4.72 4 9 X 12-in. registers, stone, box and netting at....\$1.57 each 6.28 4 8 X 10-in. registers, stone, box and netting at....\$1.19 each 4.76 4 8 X 10-in. registers, stone, box and netting, at....\$1.15 each 4.60 Piping, including dampers, collars, and elbows - 12 ft. 14-in. tin pipe, at. \$.27 per ft. 3.24 64ft.9-in. " " at. \$.16 " " 10.24 278ft.7-in. " " at. \$.10 " ". 27.80 Covering for Risers (6 lbs. asbestos paper per pipe)- 5 risers, 30 lbs., at \$.05 lb .. 1.50 Plastering Rings in Cellar - For 13 pipes at \$.20 each.. 2.60 \$ 195.69 Office expense and profit... 48.92 \$244.61 Carried forward \$244.01

Fig. 17,

 Brought forward \$244.6l Labor - Measuring and laying out risers, man 1 day . \$4.80 Erecting risers, man 2 days, helper 1 day. . . 12.00 Laying out and erecting cellar pipes and furnace, man 3 days, helper 2 days. 19.20 Finishing, man 1 day .. 4.80 Carting and expenses ... 10.00 50.80 Total cost of Heating Apparatus.. \$ 295.41
 PLUMBING Waste and Soil Pipes - 2 4-in. lead bends, at \$1.10 each.. \$2.20 2 4-in. sleeves, at \$.65 each.. 1.30 5 2-in. " at \$.28each .. 1.40 2 3 X 2-in. sleeves, at \$. 45 each.. .90 1 1 1/2-in. Pemberton trap... 6.80 30 lbs. solder, wiping, at \$.25 lb.. 7.50 2 trap plugs, at \$.42 each .. .84 2 6-in. traps, at \$2.35 each.. 4.70 1 6-in. cesspool ... 3.00 4 1 1/2-inch solder nipples, at \$. 15 each. .60 1 4-in. roof flashing.... 1.35 Soil pipe... 47.87 15 ft. 1 1/2-in. lead pipe, No. 55.. 3.24 50 ft. 2-in. iron pipe 8.96 40ft.lf.in. " " Soil fittings, 1/3 cost of pipe.... 15.96 Cast-iron fittings, 20 per cent... 1.79 \$ 108.41
 Miscellaneous Fittings - 3 4-in. brass C.O.. \$ 2.70 1 5-in. brass C.O.. 1.50 Refrigerator waste... 12.50 Local vents... 12.00 1 ball-cock... 1.25 2 sill cocks... 2.00 Tank overflow... 6.50 4 3/4-inch S. & W. cocks... 3.24 Carried forward \$41.69 \$108.41
 Brought forward \$ 41.69 \$ 108.41 1 boiler valve and chain... .70 25 lbs. tinned copper, at \$.32 lb.. 8.00 6 3-part hangers, brass... 6.30 2 3/4-in. hose bibs... 1.50 3 3/4-inch plain bibs... 2.10 Street connections... 55.00 1 lb. putty.... .05 2 lbs. grafting wax... .50 Calking lead, 380 lbs... 22.80 Oakum.... 1.60 \$ 140.24
 1 36 x 24 x 8-in. sink, 12-in. back.. \$11.40 1 24 x 14-in. pantry sink... 14.00 1 pair pantry cocks... 3.60 2 24 x 48-in. trays, 12-in. back.. 14.10 15-ft. bathtub, complete... 41.00 1 lavatory, complete... 32.50 1 water-closet, complete.. 60.00 1 40-gallon boiler... 16.75 1 " " " stand... .85 12 lbs. fine solder... 3.12 Clamps and hooks... 2.70 Tinned tacks.... .15 Fuel..... 1.95 \$ 202.12
 Supplies and Labor - 126 ft. 3/4-inch galv. water pipe.. \$4.41 22ft. finch " " " .. .62 Fittings, 1/3 cost of pipe... 1.67 74 ft. 3/4-in. brass.. \$23.49 56ft. 1/2 in- " .. 16.24 39.73 Fittings, 20 per cent... 7.95 Painting of iron pipes... 9.75 Stop-cocks... 3.54 Sink and tray legs... 4.72 Lead, oil, etc... .65 Carried forward \$ 73.04 \$ 450.77
 Brought forward \$ 73.04 \$ 450.77 Clamping brass and screws. .25 Cartage and fares.. 5.00 Labor, 40 days, at \$6.00 per day . . 240.00 318.29 \$ 769.06 Profit, 10 per cent.. 76.90 Total cost of Plumbing.. \$ 845.96
 ELECTRIC WIRING 75 ft. No. 4 S.B.R.C.wire.. \$ 4.80 150 ft. No. 1 S. B. R. C. wire. 4.26 40 Large porcelain tubes, 5 cents. . 2.00 30 ,, ,, knobs, 5 cents . ... 1.50 1 3-pole 50-amp. fused switch... 1.50 1 Main cabinet (meter)..... 3.50 1 8-circuit cut-out panel.... 16.00 2,500 ft. No. 14 S.B.R.C.wire.... 28.60 500 ft. 1 4-in. circular loom.... 20.00 800 5 1/2 knobs..... 3.20 1,600 5-in. porcelain tubes.... 4.00 100 Fire stops..... 9.00 100 12-in. porcelain tubes.... 10.00 18 Ceiling boxes.... 1.80 30 Bracket boxes... 3.00 11 Switch boxes.... 2.20 11 ,, ,, .... . 12.10 Labor on No. 14 wire... 55.00 ,, ,, mains... 15.00 ,, ,, finish... . 15.00 Teaming and freight... 5.00 Sundries.... 5.00 Nails, leatherheads, etc... 3.00 \$ 225.46 Office expense, 10 per cent.... 22.55 \$ 248.01 Profit, 20 per cent... . 49.60 Total cost of Electric Wiring.. .\$ 297.61

Note. - This estimate is figured on outlet boxes at all outlets; and includes a main cabinet and main switch to connect with the meter and to cover the meter, on an eight-circuit panel-board, which allows one spare circuit. The panel-board is to be made of slate, with slate gutters and linings, with good wood door and trim.

The labor is estimated on wages being \$3.60 per day for a journeyman, and \$2.00 per day for helper. This price is above that paid in small places, but is below what is paid in some cities.