RFP for Hbg City Street Lights. RFP for 8 room Hbg. School at Cumberland & 7th St.
PROPOSALS. PROPOSALS for lighting all the streets and avenues In the city of llarrtsburg bv electric light and public departments of the ettV wlth electric! light or gas. sealed proposals lor lighting the highways, streets and avenues of the city by electricity, as foUows, viz : sealed proposals will be received by the undersigned up to 12 m ., Monday, April 3Jih, 1894, for lighting an the streets and avenues of the city of Harrisburg for one year, three years and five years, commencing commencing June 1st, 1694, as follows, to wit: All the public streets to be lighted with two thou - ' sand ( - 2,000) candle power electric arc lights, the volume of electric current to be not less than ten (10) ampheres, and force ;not less than forty - live (45) volts, and fifty (50) candle power and one hundred (loo) candle power Incandescent electric lights In lanes and avenues. Time or lighting shall be every night from sunset until sunrise, and upon such nights as Councils mav authorize. The bidder must state the amount to be charged per Ught per annum, according to the verms iierem statea. The contractor to whom the contract Is awarded awarded shall furnish free to the city one two - thousand thousand thousand (2,000) candle power electi le arc light for every forty (40) such Ughta furnished or maintained maintained by the said contractor within the city limits, whether they be pubUc or private lights. Proper reductions will be made by the Mayor of the city before his approval of any monthly bUl for light, for any lights which may be out all night or portions of the time, or when on account account of neglect, after notice from the Mayor or police. Each bid to be accompanied by a bond, with sufficient 8uretles,approved by the City solicitor. In the sum of ten thousand dollars (io,CO). conditioned conditioned for the acceptance and faithful execution execution of the contract, if awarded the same. Also for furnishing electric current to operate the police patrol and fire alarm system for one year, three years and five years. Each bid to be accompanied by a bond in tie sum of tsoo, to be approved by the City Solicitor, conditioned for the acceptance and faithful execution execution ot the contract. If awarded the same. Bids to be marked "Proposals for street Lighting" Lighting" and "Furnishing Electric Current." At the same time sealed proposals, accompanied accompanied by bond in the sum of five hundred dollars ($500), approved by the City Solicitor, wit h like conditions, will also be reselved for lighting the public departments of the city with gas or electricity tor the ensuing year, commencing June 1st, 1894. councils reserve the right to reject any and all bids. Bids to be marked "Proposals for Lighting Public Departments." Also at th9 same time sealed proposals will be received up to 12 u. ot Monday, April 30th, 1894, for doing all the advertising required by the city of Harrisburg. Bidders wui be required to state FIRST Rates per line for tirst insertion. SECOND Rates per line tor all additional insert insert ions after the Hrst Insertion. The contract will be awar ied to the two dally newspapers having the best and lowest bid. and the right to reject any or all Is reserved by Councils. Councils. Each bid Is to be accompanied with a ban.l, approved approved by the City Solicitor, In the sum of - 20ii for the faithful execution of the contract If awarded. Bids to Xt marked "Proposals for Advertising." Also at the same time sealed proposals win lie received up to 1 - 2 o'clock m. of April aoth, 1894, for printing the annual reports ot the several departments departments of the city of Harrisburg for the year 1894. Bids will be received for the printing ot 1,000 copies. In pamphlet lorm, on seventy pounds to ream paper, and bound In sheep, paper or flexible flexible backs. Bidders ill nlease state the nrice for each. SamDles can be seen at the Common nnmiril chamber. Each bid to be accompanied bv a bond In the cum, approved by the City solicitor, of $200, conditioned conditioned for the faithful execution ot a contract u awarded. The Councils reserve the rlsrht to reiect anv and all bids. Bids to be marked "ProDosals for Prlntlnsr An nual Reports." aiso at me same time sealed proposals win be received up to 1 - 2 o'clock m., Monday, April 30th, 1894, for furnishing the departments of ihecitv Bucrumeui wr one year wuu oianK oooks, stationery, stationery, punting and stationery supplies, in pursuance pursuance of ordinance No. 39, Hie of the Select Council Samples of the articles required can lie seen at the Common Council Chamber. councils reserve the right to reject any or all bids. The supplies to be furnished In such quantities and work done at such times as may be ordered. Bids to be marked "Proposals for iilank Books, Stationery, Printing, &c.,' accompanied with bonds In the sum of five ($500) hundred dollars, with sureties approved by the City solicitor. Also, at the same time, sealed proosals will be received up to IS o'clock u., Monday, April aoth 1894, for furnishing the sanitary Department Department with the following disinfectants: Phenyl, by the barrel, put up In half pound packages. Chloride of Lime, by the pound. Sulphur Candles, by the aozen. Powdered Sulphur, by the pound. Copperas, by the pound. Crude Carbolic Acid, by the quart. Pratt's Chlorides. Air Slaked Lime, by the buslieL A lcohol, by tlie quart. Bids to be mariced "Proposals for Disinfectants,'' Disinfectants,'' to be accompanied by a bond Iu the sum of two hundred dollars, approved by the City solicitor, solicitor, conditioned for the faithful exec'itlon or the contract If awarded. councils reserve the right to reject any and all bids. All of the above bids will be opened In joint session of councils Monday evening, April 30th, 1894, at 8 o'clock. HENRY A. WALK EM EYER, President of Select CounclL CIIAhLES C. SCHRIVER, President of Common CounclL All bids to be filed with the City Clerk - in the Common Council chamber. npris - ior Proposals for the Erection of School Building. SEA.LED PROPOSALS will be received by the Committee on Buildings, Ac., of the Board of Control of the school District of Harrisburg, Harrisburg, Pa., until Thursday, May 3d, next, at 7 o'clock p. m, for the erection and construction of an eight - roomed school building at the corner of Seventh and Cumberland street. In said city, in accordance with the plans and specUlcations which can be seen at the office of thj architects, leter Bernhelsel & Son, No. 5 North Market, square, Harrisburg, on and after Monday, April 23d, Inst. Such proposals will be received and considered only upon the terms and conditions as set forth in the speclUca' ions, and are to be endorsed "Proposals for School Building.'' and directed to the undersigned. The right to reteet any or all bids deemed not to be la the Interest, of the School District is berebv reserved. JOHN V. Y01:N, Secretarv. No. 1 - 21 Chestnut street. Harrisburg, Pa., AprU 19th, 189l - td