AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
Vol. IV. No. 2.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, ,1869. [Whole No. 80.
^ " ' J. Johnson, Jr., Auctioneer.
JOHNSON & JIILLER, AUCTIONEERS
AIJTDREAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 25 Nassau
Street, corner of Cedar, New York. -j
X^~ City and Country Real Estate at Puhllc and Pri¬
Loans on Mortgage negotiated.
Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, <S:c. '
■ HIl HOI FOR RAHWAY.
JOHNSON & JIILEER
Invite clerks, mechanics, and all who wish to secure de-
Iclightful homes at moderate prices to accompany them
on their ' -
GREAT FREE RIDE AND FREE LUNCH
EXCURSION TO RAHWAY,
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23.
On this occasion they will sell at public .auction, positively
and without reserve, to tho higiiest bidder,
SPLENDID BUILDING LOTS,
Situate at tho
SIX PvOADS, THIRD WARD OP CITY OF RAH-.
WAY, N. J.
On terms so easy and accommodating that all may secure
.in that delightful place homes of their own. This will bo
the best chance of the season. No underbidding allowed.
Bo sure to go. A day in the country will be beneficial.
The lots to be sold are on a gentle slope, rising from the
railroad, in the most delightful jiart of the city. Rahwiiy
has constant communication witli New York by thirty-
four daily trains over New Jersey Railroad. No place in
the vicinity of New York has greater natural advantages.
It has extensive manufacturing interests; population, 12,-
000; twelve,churches, e.vcellent schools, all leading streets
sewered, flagged, and paved with Belgian i)avement.
How to Go.—Take special train, which will leave foot
of Cortlandt street, via New Jersey Railroad, at 11 o'clock
on the morning of sale, Tuesday, September 23.
. Free excursion tickets can be had of Johnson & Miller,
25 Nassau street. New York; or of Goo. E. Jaques, Esq.,
20S Broadway, Now Y'^ork.
Groat Auction Sale.
LINDEN^ NEW JERSEY.
Query: Where is Linden ?
ELIZABETH AND RAHWAY,
On New Jersey's great highway. Is Linden a desirable
place for-Clerks and Mechanics to locate? None
better. Location unexceptionable. Only
forty minutes' ride. All local trains stop.
Thriving place. Scores of dwellings
built within twelve months.
Property cheap, and
JOHNSON & MILLER'S GREAT FREE EIDE, FREE
At 12 o'clock on THURSDAY, Sept. 80,
Will be tho time to buy.
On this occasion Mrs. Caroline Tucker has directed 800
CHOICE BUILDING LOTS, adjoining lands of Ferdi-
nandjBlancke, Esq., and Amos Clark, Jr, Esq., to be sold on
the premises, absolutely and without reserve. Terms
easy.. This will bo the buyer's opportunity.
Secure free tickets for this great sale at once, before tho
supply is exhausted.
" The Lots are only a few minutes walk from depot,
.churcl;t;chooliand|;)Ost office." TheJ?radesarogood. In ad 3
ditioii'io the Lots, the Residence of Mrs. Tucker, situatcTl
on St. George's avenne, with twelve acres of land, will also
bo sold. There Is a good two-story frame house, sur¬
rounded by shade trees, on the premises; also barn, cow-
, stable, granary, woodhouse, corncrib, &c. Tho above is
Stnly five minntes drive from Roselle station, on the Cen¬
tral Railroad; Roselle hais'two churdhes, schools, stores,
&c. It is a thriving, growing place. Residents are prin-
■ cipally from New York.
now TO 00 TO THE SALE.
After obtaining ticket at Johnson & Miller's office, cross
Courtlandt Street Ferry ot 11 o'clock on morning of sale,
step on board of Johnson & Miller's special train at New
Jersey Depot, and then away to Linden.
Maps now ready at office of Auctioneers, 25 Nassau st.,
John H. Austen, Auctioneer.
HAZARD, APTHORP &.CO.,
Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers,
110 Broadway, Ncav York.
Will sell at auction, at the Real Estate Salesroom, 111
Broadway, every deacription-of
REAL ESTATE, CITY AND COUNTRY.
New York Office, 110 Broadway;' Boston Office
Boston Post Building ; Newport, Bellevue Avenue
BY A. D. IMELLIGK, Jk., «& BRO., Auc¬
tioneers and Dealers in New Jersey Real Estate,
No. 26 Pine street. New York.
THURSDAY', Sept 30, 1S60, at 1.30 p. m.
PEREMPTORY SALE OF 90 BUILDING LOTS AT
BAYONNE, N. J.
BY ORDER OF GEO. POMEROY, Esq.
Only 25 minutes from the Now York side of the river,
with over 40 trains daily by the Central Railroad of New
These lots are beautifully situated at tho highest point
on Bergen Neck, commanding magnificent views of New
York City and B.iy, the Narrows, and tho islands in the
Harbor;.are very near the station, and in the immediate
vicinity of churches and improvements; streets graded
and the property generally in fine condition.
Special train from the foot of Liberty St., at 12.15. Col¬
lation on the arrival of the train.
Efficient detectives will be in attendance.
Maps and passes ready seven days before the sale at tho
office of A. D. MELLICK, Jr., & BRO.
IMPORTANT SALE AT LINDEN, N. J., BY A. D.
MELLICK, Jr., & BRO.
ON TUESDAY, OCT. 5. 1S09, OF 250 VILLA PLOTS,
Lying immediately at the depot ""d surrounded by mo¬
dern houses. Also, at the same time, tho
Particulars hereafter. Free tickets arid collation.
THE LACY SASH WEIGHT CO.
Manufacture and sell tho
STANDARD SASH WEIGHTS.
The Cheapest and Best in the market.
WEIGHTS FOR GAS WORKS,
of all kinds, and
OFFICE, 73 BEEKMAN STREET,
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED
letters-i)atent, dated May 25th, 1869, for their im¬
provement in the fronts of buildings, are now prepared to
grant licenses to founders and builders intending to mako
Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon
Row, New York.
NATH. J. BURCHELL.
Tlie undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this
plan in tho best nianner and at the shortest notice. Has a
stock of patterns'and machinery for finishing.
Apply at tlie Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
'SAAC HONIG, REAL ESTATE BROKER.
. CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE
AND TO LET. MORTGAGES PROCURED.
25 PINE STREET, NEW YORK.
ISLIP PROPERTY FOR SALE.
LOTS AT |25 EACn, FREE AND CLEAR OP ALL
These Lots are situated in the beantiful village of Islip,
opposite Fire Island inlet, and bounded by Long Island
and South Side Railroads, 1}^ hours from Now York and
Brooklyn by either road. ' -
Apply to M. H. KEITH, 06 Wall Street,
Lumber Merchants' Exchange.
RANDELL & PORTER, REAL-ESTATE
' AND INSURANCE, 1961 Third Avenue (near
l'25th street). New York.
D& ]iL CHATJNCEY, 155 MONTAGUE
• Street, near Court Street, Brooklyn, Brokers In
Real Estate and Loans.
We have for sale and to rent desirable buildings and build¬
ing sites in all sections of Brooklyn.
HOMER MORGAN, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL BROKER, No. 2 Pine Street, New
Attention given to Real Estate at private Sale.
Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage.
THOMAS CRIMMINS & SON,-CONTRAC¬
TORS. Office, 802 East 60th street. New York.
Box 142 Mechanics and Traders' Exchange.
Base and Building Stone furnished.
ADRIAN H, MULLER, P. R. VVILKINS &
CO., AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE
BROKERS, No. 7 Pine street. New York.
T A. J. NEAFIE, REAL ESTATE AND
1874 TniED Avenue, Coeneb Eightt-Sixth SxaEEX,
JOHN F. T^VOMEY, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE BROKER, No. 138S Tuibo A\-EKnK
Near 87tu Street.
Property of every description bought, sold and exchang¬
ed. Houses let and rents collected in all parts of the city
IVo. 44 Pine Street,
piLBERT «& CO., REAL ESTATE AND
vX INSUEANCE BROKERS Jc AUCTIONEEBS,
Beekuax Hiij. Beai. Estate Exohangx,
963 Second Avenne, comer Fifty-flrst Street, will take
charge of Property to Sell or to Let, and Collect Rents.
Insurance elTccted in all flrst-dasa companies at tha
Charles d. mott,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE BROKER,'
Fonrtli ave, near 125tli st.,'and 26
EOOU 4, FSOU TWELTZ TO TnKKE.
OITT AND COUNTRY PEOPEETT FOE 8AI.E JiKD TO LEABS