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AND BUIKpERS' GUIDE.
Vol. m. No. 12.]
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 5, 1869.
[WnoLE No. 64.
SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE, •>•.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE RECEIVED
lettcrs-patent, dated May 2.'jlh, 1SC9, for thoir im-
Ijrovement in the fronts of buildings, and are prepared to
grant licensés to founders and bnilders intending to mako
Il Apply to onr Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon
Row, New York,
JOHN ALEXANDER, '
NATH, J. BURCHELL.
' The undcrsigned is prephred to construct fronts on this
plan in the best manner and.àt'the shortest notice. Has a
stock of patterns and macliinery for finishing.
Apply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington
J. & R. LAMB,
Church & Gothic
59 CARMINE ST.
N.B,—Si.xth Ave. Cars
pass the Door. ,
LATEST DESIGNS, IN GREAT VARIETIES,
At very Ioav Priées.
52 First Avenue, near Third Street.
Houses and Lots taken as payment. '
FOR THE CUEAPEST AND BEST'
GO TO "WM. F. C. BENIKE'S
Comer of De Ealb aiid Nostrand Avenues,
■ ^^^, Jobbing promptly attended^to, \
FISHER & BIRD,
Steam Marble Works,
97, 99,101,103 & 105 East Houston St,,
Vermont Marble Yards, 2G0, 202 and 2G4 Elizabeth Stroet,
RouF.uT C. Fisher.
Clinton G. Rikd,
Importera, Dealers and ifanufacturers ôf Foreign and
American Jlarbles. Ecclesiological Decorators, and Work¬
ers in Granité, Rrown, Nova Scotia, Caen Stone, and Scotch
Granité. ' • .
Marble Mantels, Grates and Fcnâcrs,
Monuments, Cemetery Vaults, Church Altars, Fonts, Tab¬
lets, Communion Tables, and Marble Counters.
Marble Floor Tillng,
!^- ESTIMATES AND DRAWINGS UPON APPLI-
MARBLE BIANTELS AT $16, AT THE
STEAM MARBLE AND SLATE WORKS.
Buildèrs and others are invited to call and examine our
MARBLE AND MARBLEIZED MANTELS,
as they are, without doubt, the best and cheapest to be
had either in New York or Brooklvn,
TIIO.M AS'CARSON & CO,,
7 & 9 East Warren st., near Court st.
WILLIAM J. & ,J. S. PECK,
' DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF * -
MASONS* BUILDINO MATERIALS,
LIME, LATII, BRICK, CEMENT. PLASTER, HAIR, &o,
Foot of Thirtieth Strket, Nobtu Rivée,
Foot of Spring Strekt, N, R.,
Foot of Foutt-nistu Street, E. R., and MEcnANics'
JLND Teadkes' Excuange, No, 51 Liberty St,, Box 38,
THE BIGELOW BLUE STONE COMPANY.
A, B, KELLOGG, AGENT,
Miners, Manufacturers and Wuolesale Dealers ik
NORTH RIVISR BI.I7F; STOIVIS,
MALIEN, ULSTER CO., AND 14 PINE ST., N, Y,
Flagging, Curbing, Gutters, Silis, Lintels, Tillng, etc.,
shipped to ail (larts of the United States &, South America.
ALL BUILDERS especially those who réside in Brook-
. lyn, should examine the bçautifuland select stock of
MARBLE MANTELS :
Of Every, Description, Now on Exhibition at
163 Flatrush Av., cor. of Atlantic Av., and 689 Paci¬
fic St., Brooklyn.
Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere.
FIEE PEOOF, EFFECTUAI, AND CHEAP.
METALLIC SKYLIGHTS AND VENTILATORS,
Bulkheads, t onservatory Roofs nnd IIot-Bed
Frames, adapted to Boiler llouscs. Stables, Factories,
Hospitals, Barracks, Public and Private Ilouse.s Railway
Cars and Steamboats. Applicable to any situation where
light and ventilation are désirable. Ilave the approval and
recommendation of architects' and scientiflc men where-
ever introduced. GEORGE HAYES, Patentée, 282 Sth
Avenue, near 24th street, New York. BROWN BROS,,
Chicago, 111^ MACKNET & WILSON, Newark, N. J,
FOR FLAT OR STEEP ROOFS.
FIRE-Pl£OOr, ^VKATIIKK-PROOF, d:
Now boing used on the tinest structures.
EXDOr.SKI) liV Sl.\TY-FlVK Fll'.K, I.SSL-U.VXCF, C0MI'.VNIE3,
Price Iiall' tliat or other standard Roof-
Ail Ne^v AVork avarranted Five Year».
Water-Tight Floors Made with Plastic Slate.
EOWAR» VAX ORDEN Se CO.,
41 Liberty Street, Now York.
Manufacturers of Roofinir .Material.s, Two-Ply Felt,
Cliipboard Felting, Floor Deafening,
Tin Jioiif.H Coated nnd Warranted.
ABBOTT & CO.,
Proprietors for Long Island, Stable Floors made Water-
Tight, Tin Roofs Coated with Elastic Cément.
Office, No. 9 Court street, Room 11, Brooklyn.
Orders also received at tha Warren Roofing Co.'s ofBce,
112 John street, New York.
PRACTICAL SLATE AND METAL BOOFÏB,
225 West 19th Stbeet, between 7tb and 8tk Avennes,
Shite and Métal Roofing done lu any part ofthe U. S.
îfEW YORK ROOFING COMPANY.
OFFICE—No. 205 Broadway,
WAREHOUSE—East 23d Street, cor, Avenne A.
BK ANCn OFFICE—Boom No, 4 Mechanics' B'k Build¬
ing, cor. Court and Montagne
" " Quay St., near Franklin, Greenp't ■
" " No, 28 First St,, Hoboken, 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 applied by an ordinary mechanic.
Can be used witbout gravel on cow-sheds, or out-houses,
which makes it more economical than any other material
used, il comcs in rolls of good width and length, Sold
in quantities tu.suit purchasers. Buy it in préférence to
the thin paper felting cemented together.
,To House owners and Bnilders—Buy the Patent Felt for
lining the walls of every house you are building. It is
a perfect security against dust and dampness, it keeps
out the cold of winter and heat of summer. thns pre-
Berving an even température in your résidence. It ought
to be put 'under tho slate of every roof to prevent leakage
from snow. Cheap and durable. For sale in quantities to
E. n. MARTIN,
70 South strect, corner Maiden lane, New York,
Office of S. L. Merchant & Co
Rare Opportunity for an Investment.
hundred and ninety acres each, lies partiv on the Atlantic
and Gulf Railroad, five miles from the Allapawha River,
and about one hundred and fifty from the seaport. If is
heavily timbered with flne Pine and White Oak, The soiF
is very productive, and settlers can raise erops-whfcii ne-'
cessary, on tho forest bottom, Svithout delaylng'to'cléâr
the land, Its pro.ximity to Florida is suflicient gnàmitée
of its fertility, as also the geniality-of the'clii&ate.' ' "
This is a great opportunity either for'«iapltalists, who
wish to Invest, oç lunib'ériileùv'or fariners who wish fhrms
toliveupen, - ■ •• ■ • •"
Apply ttt FRED, CREIGHTON, Eeal Estate Eecobd,