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AND BUILDERS' G-UIDE.
Vol. III. No. 9.]
NEW YOP.K, SATUKDAY, MAY 15, 1869.
[Whole No. 61.
Bare Opportunity. for an Investment.
1ft (\(\C\ AGEES OF.STIPEKB LAND FOR S.\LE,
-l"^UUU in Clinch County, Georgia. near the Florida
liue. This property. which is in twenty plots, of four
hwndred and niiiety acres each, lies partly on the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad. five miles from the Allapawha River,
and about one hundred and fiftv from tho seaport. It is
heavily timbcred with fine Pine"and White Oak. The soil
J8 very productive, aud settlers cin ralse crops when ne¬
cessary. on-the forest bottom, without del.aying to clear
the land. Its proximity to Florida is sufficient guarantee
of its fertilit}', as also the gcni.ility of the climate.
This is a gm&t opi)ortunity either for cipitalists, who
vriah to invest, or lumbermen, or farmers who wisli farms
to live upon. ' ^ <
Apply to FRED. CREIGUTON, Real Estate Record.
James McLAUGi-iLiîir & co.,
PlitnmSERS & GAS FÏTTERS,
I25TII STREET & STH » •. ENUE.
Stores and Dwellinça in City ana v'ountry fitted up
■with ail the modem improvements.
Jas. McLaugulin, Hugh McCobmiok.
95 GRA^^P street, NEW YORK,
STEAM AND GA^ PITTER.
WM. C. LESTER, ~
Bot. 84th and 35th sts., N. Y.
PEACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS & STEAM
ry-^ LESTER'S PREMIUM KIRE-PLACE HEATERS.
A^ent for the most npi)roved
KITCHEN R.\NGE, AND HOT-AIR FURNACES.
Jobbing "W'ork promptly attended to, and ail work war¬
JO HN TRAGESE R,
PLUMBERS' COPPER MATERIALS,
WHOLESALE iàcD RETAIL. COPPER-WORK OF
A2ÏY DESORIPTION MADE TO ORDER.
Nos. 44T, 449, 451 Avb 453 West Twenty-sixth Strket,
Betwken Niktu Aiin Tenj'JI Avenues.
Hansoïi's Self-Acting Pressure
FOR RAISING WATER TO THE UPPER STORIES
OF BUILDINGS WHERE THE CITY PRESSUEE
: ^ IS NOT SUFFICIENT.
- 291 PEARL STREET, NEAR BEEKMAN. N, .T.
WILLIAM J. HOSFOED,
' (Late of the firm of Tuos. Read & Co.)
PLUMBER, GAS & STEAM PITTER,
85 F.ULT0N AYENUE,
Between Bridge and Lawrence (new number 509),
Repairs punetually attended to. Also, Connections made
■ with Sewers.
^ILLIAM S. CARR & CO.
Patent Water Closets
■ . . PLUMBERS' MATERIALS,
106, lOSj & 110, Contre street, cor. of Franklin street.
Works at Mott Haven, N. Y.
A WATER-CLOSET WORTH THE NAME.
JlV. - ALFRED IVERS' PATENT ANTI-FREEZING
SELF-ACTING, INODOROUS WATER-CLOSET.
Cannot freeze, leak or become offensive. Requires no
human aic^in its opération. Keeping perfectly clean with
half thè .wàter that must leak from ail other Water-
310 Fourth Avenue.
MARBLE aiANTELS AT $16, AT THE
STEAM MARBLE AND SLATE AVORKS.
' Buildèrs and others are invited to call and examine our
stock of •
MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED MANTELS,
as tliey are, without doubt, the best and cheapest to be
bad either in New York or Brooklyn.
THOMAS CARSON <fc CO.,
7 & 9 East Warren st., near Court st.
FOK THE cheapest AND BEST
TO WM. F. C. OËNIKE'S
Corner of De Kalb and Nostrand Avenues,
^^ Jobbing promptly attended to.
WILLIAM J. & J. S. PECK,
dealers in ALL KINDB OF
MASONS' BUIL.DIKO MATERIALS,
LIME, LATH, BRICK, CEMENT. PLASTER, HAIR, &o.
Foot of Tuiutietii Sthhkt, Noktii Rivek,
Foot ofSpking Street, N. R.,
Foot of Foutï-ninth Stkeet, E. R, and Mechanics'
AN» Teadehs' Excuange, No. 51 Liberty St., Box 86,
FISHER & BIRD, STEAM 5IARBLE
WORKS, 97, 99,101,102.103, & 104 East Houston
Stbeet, New York. Importers, Dealers, and Manufac¬
turers of Foreign and American Marbles. Ecclesiological
Decorators, and Workers in Granité, Brown, Nova Scotia,
Caen Stone, and Scotch Granité. Mantels, Monuments,
Cemetery Vaults, Churoh Altar.s. Fonts. Tablets, Com¬
munion Tables and Marblo Counters. Marblo Floor-Til-
ing-. Estimâtes and Drawings upon application.
BOUEBT 0. FISIIKK. OLINTON O. BPBD.
LATEST DESIONS. IN GREAT VARIETIES,
At very \ow Prices.
62 First Avenue, near Third Street.
Houses and Lots taken as payment.
THE BIGELOW BLUE STONE COMPANY.
A. B. KELLOGG, AGENT,
Miners, Manufactuhebs and Wholesale Dealïes vu
NORTH RlVSn BLUE STONE,
MALDEN, ULSTER CO., AND 14 PINE ST., N. Y.
Flagging, Curbing, Gutters. Sllis, Lintels, IHlInjî, etc.,
shipped tu ail parts of the United States & Sonth America.
LL BUILDERS especially those who réside In Brook¬
lyn, should examine the bçautifuland select stock of
Of Evert Desckiption, Now on EsniBinpîî at
163 Flatbush Av., cor, of Atlantic Av., nnd 639 PaÔi-
Fic St., Bbookltn.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
rOE FLAT OB, STEEP KOOFS.
FIJttE-PROOF, WKATîHîîK-PKOOF, Se
Now boing used on tlie lincst structures.
Enpobsed «y 3i.\ty-Kive Fiuk 1.\.,ui:,\:;ch: Uomi'Anies.
Price lialf tl»at ol" otUcr sliiiidard Koof-
Ail New Wovlt warranted Five Years.
Water-TigM Floors Made with Plastic Slate,
EDWAK» VAN OKDÏÎN A; CO.,
41 Liberty Street, New York.
Manufacturers of Roofing Materials, Two-Ply Fait,
Clai>board Felting, Floor Deafening.
Tin Roofs Coated and Warranted.
Proprietdrs for Long I.iland. Stable Fl<tor» made Water-
Tight. Tin Roofs Coated with Elastic Cernent.
Office, No. 9 Court street, Room 11, Brooklyn. .
Orders also received at the Warren Rootlug Co.'8 oflice,
112 John street, Now York:
PRACTICAL SLATE AND METAL ROOFEB,
225 West 19th Stbeet. betw<-on Tth and Sth Avenues,
Slate and Métal Roofing done in any part ofthe U.S.
MW YORK ROOFIKG COMPAEY.
OFFICE—No. 205 Broadwav.
WAREHOUSE—East "iSd S'treet. cor. Avenue A.
BRANCH OFFICE—Room No. 4 Jlechanics' B'k Build¬
ing, cor. Court and Montagne
" . " Quay St., near Franklin, Greenp't
" " No. 23 First St., Hoboken, N. J.