Description of the building of a house.

Warm and Convenient.--Mr. Geo. Rutson is determined to make his new residence proof against the penetration of cold, frosty weather. On the inside the building is sealed with matched lumber from the base to the rafters, and will also be lathed and plastered. On the outside, the walls of the building are first covered with patent tarred paper, of heavy quality, and then next comes the siding. There are also some very extraordinary conveniences about the arrangements of the rooms in the building, which will make it decidedly pleasant and attractive as a home.
When the same is completed, we will take another look at the structure, and 'express our opinion.'

Friday, July 13, 1877