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AND BUILB/ERS' GUIDE.
YoL. III. No. 10.]
llEW YORK, SATURDAY, MAY 22, 1869.
[Whole Ko. 62.
FUENITUEÈ of EL-EGANT STTLE AND FINISH,
AT KEDUCED PRICES, AT
iTanufactory and 'Warerooms „ ■ >
NOS. 96 ÂîfD 98 EAST HOÛSTON.'STRÉET,
BetweenBowery and Second Avenne.
^~ ALL GOODS WASEANTED. -,
FIEE PEOOF, EFFECTUAL, AND CHEAP.
METALLIC SKTLICnXS AND VENTIL.\TORS,
Bulkheads, C onfîervfttory Koofs nnd IIot-Bed
Frames, adapted to Boilor Houses, Stables, Factories,
Hospitals, Barracks, Public and Private Houses, Railway
Cars and Steamboats. Applicable to any situation whero
light nnd ventilation are desirablo. Hâve the approval and
recommendation of arclntects and scientiflc uien where-
ever introduced. GEORGE HATES, Patentée, 2S2 Sth
Avenue, near 24th street, New Tork. . BROWN BROS
Chicago, 111., MACKNEï &, WILSON, Newark, N. J. ''
BUy THE NEW ROOFING PELT!!!
BUY THE NEW ROOFING PELT!!!
A PATENT ARTICLE OF GOOD THICK-
ness and durability, suitable for roofs of wooden and
brick buildings—can be âpplied by an ordinary mechanic.
Can be used without gravel on cow-sheds, or out-houses,
which makes it more economical than any other material
used. R cornes in rolls of good width and length. Sold
in quantities to suit purchasers. Buy jt in préférence to
the thin paper felting cemented together.
\ To House owners and Buildèrs—Buy the Patent Felt for
lining the walls of evevy houso you are building. It is
a perfect security against dust and dampness, it keeps
out the cold of winter and heat of summer, thus pre-
serving an even température in your résidence. It ought
to be put under the slate of every roof to prevent leakage.
from snow. Cheap and durable. For salo in quantities to
■- • -^ppiy to
E. H. MARTIN,
T6 South street, corner Jlaiden lane, New Tork,
Office of S. L. Merchant & Co.
AT FORDHAM,—STANLEY DAY, AUC-'
TIONEER. 925 BROADWAT, SELLS ON SAT-
URDAT, ilAT 22, UPON THE GROUND, COE¬
NER KINGSBRIDGE AND OLD MACOMB'S DAM
ROADS, UPON ARRIVAL OF HARLEM TRAIN,
LEAVING TWENTy-SIXTH STREET AT 2.30. AT
FORDHAM DEPOT, WHERE CARRIAGES WILL BE
IN WAITING TO TAKE PERSONS TO THE LAND
ABOUT 90 BUILDING'LOTS, SECOND TO NONE
BETWEEN JEROME PARK AND MACOMB'S DAM
BRIDGE, WANTING NO RECOMMENDATION BUT
THAT OF A PERSONAL INSPECTION. AND TO BE
SOLD IF THEY DO NOT BRING ONE-HALF THE
PRICE WHICH LOTS FAR INFERIOR IN POSITION.
LOCATION, OR IMPROVEMENTS HAVE LATELY
SOLD FOR JUST BELOW THIS PROPERTY. OP¬
ERATORS AND SPECULATORS. BE ON HAND,
MAPS AT-AUCTIONEER'S OFFICE, 925 BEOADWAT.
OE MAILED FREE, ^ ' 1
AVOID LEAD POISON.—LEAD ENCASED BLOCK
TIN PIPE.—This article has now been in use for the
past four years, and is dtiily growing in public favor, being
heartily indorsed bv ail the leading
chemistaand pbysiciansinthe country,
also tho Water Commissioners of New
York, Brooklyn, and Boston. Our ré¬
cent improvements in the manufacture
insures a most perfect article, which
cannot fail to be fully appreciated.
Tho advantages of lead pipe with a
peifectly pure block tin tinîng for
for the conveyance of water is well un¬
derstood; it gives the full pliability of the Lead with the
purenessof the Tin. The resistingpôwer of Bloclc Tin being
about flve times greater than Lead, we are enabled to fur¬
nish a pipe stronger than Lead, one-half its weight at
about the same cost per running foot, which insures a
perfectly safo water pipe for doinestic use. ' To furnish
cost per foot give the head or pressure of water and bore
From the AmericaiPAgriculturist.
New Tork, November, 18C7.
"SAFE PIPE- FOE DEINKING-WATER.-Le.'id
poisonlng from'water brought in load pipe, is the often
nnsuspeçted cause of disease and death. Galvanized iron
pipe, wood and cément pipe, are expensive and inconvéni¬
ent substances, so that people will risic their lives and use
lead. The"JLead-ericased Block-tin pipe is even cheaper
than lead, a'nd we.believe pe.-fectly sofe, Our faitlr in it
has led us recently to lay somo eighty feet of it, through
which ail our drinklng-water is drawn,"
■ COLWELLS, SHAW&WLLLAKD MFGCO., foot of
West Twentyrseventh st., North Eiver, and No. 11 Barcl.iy
st., New Tork. ' -
Also, ilanufacturers of Lead Pipe, Sheet I^ad, Block
Tin Pipe, Sheet Tin, Solder, &c. Circulars sent free.
Rare Opportunity for* an Investment.
1 (\ C\(\(\ -^CEES OF SUPERB LAND FOR SALE,
JL V^UUl/ in Clinch County, Georgia. near the Florida
line. This property, which is .in twenty plots, of four
hundred and ninety acres each, lies partly on.the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad, flve miles from thè Allapawha Eiver,
and about one hundred and flfty from the seaport. It Is
heavily timbered with fine Pine'and White Oak. The soi»
is very productive, and settlers can raise crops when ne¬
cessary, on the forest bottom, without delaying to clear
the land. Its proximity to Florida is suflicient guarantee
of its fertility, as also tho geniality of the climat*.
This is a great opportunity either for capitalists, who
wish to invest, or lumbermen, or farmers who wish farms
to livo upon.
Apply to FRED. CREIGHTON, Eeal Estate Eecobd.
. WILLIAM J. HOSFORD,
(Late of tho flrm of Tnos. Eead & Co.)
PLUMBER, GAS & STEAM PITTER,
85 FULTON AVENUE,
Between Bridge and Lawrence (new number 509),
Eepairs punetually attended to. Also, Connections made
■\^ILLIAM S. CARR <fe CO.,
Patent Watèr Closets
106,108, & 110. Centre street. cor. of Franklin street,
Works at Mott Haven, N. Y.
James McLATJGHLiisr & co.,
PliUinCBERS Se GAS FITTERS,
125TH STREET & STH AVENUE,
Stores and Dwellings in City and Cotmtry fitted np
with ail the modern improvements.
Jas. McLauoiilin, Htran McCormick.
95 GEANT) STREET, NEW YORK,
STEAM ANS GAS FITTER.
WM. C. LESTER,
Bet. 34th and 35th sts., N, T.
PRACTICAL PLUMBER, GAS & STEAM
LESTER'S PREMIUM FIRE-PLACE HEATEES.
Agent for the most approved .....
KITCHEN RANGE, AND HOT-AIR FURNACES.
Jobbing Work promptly attended to, and ail work war¬
PLTJMBERS' COPPER MATERIALS,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. COPPER-WORK OP
ANT DESCEIPTION MADE TO ORDEE, •
Nos, 447, 449, 451 akd 453 Wf.st TwENTT-stxTii Stweet,
Between Nintu akd Tektii Aven ces.
Hanson's Self-Acting Pressure
FOE RAISING WATEE TO THE UPPER STOEIES
OF BUILDINGS WHERE THE CITT PEESSUEE '
' IS NOT SUFFICIENT,
291 PEARL STEEET, NEAE BEEKMAN. N. T.
A WATER-CLOSET WORTH THE NAME.
ALFRED IVKUS' PATENT ANTI-FBEEZINQ'
SELF-ACTING, INODOROUS WATER-CLOSET,
Cannot freeze, leak or become offensive. Kequires no
human aid in its opération. Keeping' perfectly clean with
half the water that must leak from ail other Wator-
310 Fûurth Avenue.
LOOK AT OUR $7.00 HATS.
A3 GOOD AS THOSE SOLD ELSEWHEES-r
Unequalled for Quality, Style, and Elégance.
131 Nassau, near Beekman Street.