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AND BUILDEKS' GUIDE
Vol. lY.- No. 4]
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1869.
[Whole No. 82.
. Adrian H. Mulleb, Auctioneer.
ADRIAN H. IIHLLER, P. R. WILKINS &
CO., OFFICE, No. ,7. PINE STREET.
Eeal Estate at Puhlic and Private Sale.
Sale of; Stocks every Wednesday and Saturday. -^ _.
ADKIAN H. MULLER, PIirLIP E. W^ILKInVaD-
lUAN MULLER, Jr. . , ,:.'.
TUESD.\Y, Octohcr 12,
At 12 o'clock jr., on the i)remiseB, '
, ^ ^ 47 VILLA SITES,
"* ' '"Comprising .. -^ .
ABOUT 500 CITY LOTS
' *'■' -in the
. CITY OF PLAINFIELD. NEW .JERSEY,
- - ' BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED. - ' • ..
. on th e
. ^. at the foot of the
' BLUE-EANGE OF MOUNTAINS, -
I being a part of tho
- PROPERTY. , ,
The ahove described property, situate in ■ •
-WASHINGTON PARK. - -
ON EOCKVIEW, MAPLE, WILLOW, MAGNOLIA,
AND CEDAR AVENUES
CITY OF PLAINFIELD, NEW JERSEY
Half a mile from tho
Washington Park consists of a large ti*act of land set
apart by tho owners for the erection of
and is under the most stringent restriction
AGAINST NUISANCES, .
thus guaranteeing to purchasers
A SELECT AND CHOICE NEIGHBORHOOD.
There is no property now offering in the market which
combines so many advantages, or olfers to purchasers
greater inducements; the principal of which aro
12 trains to and from New York dally.
ITS EXTRE.ME HEALTHFULNESS.
Tho plateau on which it is situated being directly under
tho Blue Ridge, it is sheltered from the extreme cold of
winter, and has at all times a pure, bracing mountain air;
is entirely free from swamp, salt meadows, miasmas, or
fever and having a subsoil of gravel, is well drained,
BEING IN THE CITY OF PLAINFIELD.
Plainfield is a city containing some C.OOO or 8,000 inhab¬
itants, with schools having high,reputation; churches of
all denominations, gas-works, and stores, where all tho
necessaries of life can bo procured as cheap, if not cheaper,
than in New York, thus combining.all.the advantages of
tho country with the convenience of the city.
GRANDEUR OF SCENERY.
SELECTNESS OF NEIGHBORHOOD,
Being in the immodiato vicinity:of first-class improve¬
ments, and' with tho surrounding' property restricted
against nuisances. - ■ -
13,000 TO 115,000
. SUPERFICIAL FEET
In each plot, giving ample room for all necessary outbuild¬
ings, gardens, and lawn.
AVENUES ■ • -
• ALL ' / : -'r:-
ILAID OUT,' ■
And property ready for immediat'e improvem'cht."
A NEW DEPOT "'' "
It^l^bout being established,'ahout 'one-quarter of-a mile
fromtho premises. ."."•"
TIIE TERMS OP SALE
-■ WILL BE :
VERY,LIBERAL. . ,.....,
Transportation to and from the sale (free of charge) by
a special train from foot of Liberty.street, at lO.o'clock.
For maps, &c., apply to the'Auctioneers, No. 7 Pine
John H. Austen, Auctioneer.
HAZARD, APTHORP & CO.,
Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers,
no Broadway, New York.
Will sell at auction, at the Real Estate Salesroom, HI
Broadway, every description of
REAL ESTATE, CITY AND COUNTEY.
New York Office, 110 Broadway; Boston Office,
Boston Post Building; Newport, Bellevue Avenue.
- J. JouNsoN, Jr., Auctioneer.
JOHNSON &. MILLER, AUCTIONEERS
AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 25 Nassau
Street, corner of Cedar, Now York.
^^ City and Country Eeal Estate at Public and Pri¬
Loans on Mortgage negotiated.
. Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, i&c
MONDAY, October 11. ~
At 12 o'clock, on the'premises, Carlstadt. N.J.
FREE EXCURSION! FREELUNcUl
. ; . . IMPORTANT. SALE,
By order of - . .
F. Merkle and L. WisDiscn.
500 SPLENDID LOTS.
CARLSTADT, AT MOUNT PLEAS ANT. PABK, N. J.,
•'■ ' -• ■ Only twelve minutes walk from
Property is splendidly situated, commanding magnifi¬
cent views. Sale absolute. Terms liberal. Free tickets
and maps now ready at the oificeof
. JOHNSON & MILLER,
25 Nassau street, N. Y.
THUESDAY, Oct. 14,
At 12 o'clock, on the premises, Norwood, N.J.. '
FREE EXCURSION OVER NORTHERN ItAILROAD.
GRAND COLLATION xVT NORWOOD HOTEL.
THE MOST IMPORTANT SALE OF THE YEAE.
1,000 VILLA PLOTS,
8,000 CITY LOTS,
to be sold
ABSOLUTELY AND WITHOUT EESEE"\rE
to the highest bidder,' • ■ ■
REGARDLESS OK PRICE.
PROPERTY ALL AROUND STATION,
WITHIN A STONE'S THROW OF DEPOT,
Twenty-one miles; one hour from New York,
ON NEW JERSEY'S MOST POPULAR ROAD.
Beautiful Cottages, Elegant Villas, Church, Schools, and
Magnificent Hotel all in the Lots.
GROUND GENTLY UNDULATING.
Splendid Views of Palisades and Surrounding Country for
STREETS ALL GRADED.
Every Lot Ready for Use.
DON'T FAIL TO GO.
Secure Tickets at once;
Maps and passos will bo ready Friday, October 8, at the
oflice of JOHNSON & MILLER,
25 Nassa'j street. New York.
Citt op New York, Department of Finance.
Bureau of the Receivee op Taxes,
No. 32 Chambers street, October 5,1869.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS.—THE BOOKS
for taxes on Personal Property will bo opened for
payment at this office, on Thursday next, October 7.
Tho books for payment of taxes on Bank Stock will be
opened on Monday, October 11.
Due notice will bo given when tho books for Real Estate
will be ready;
Board op Sopeevisobs, 1
New York County Courthouse, v
October 4, 18C9. J
THE COMMITTEE ON ANNUAL TAXES
will meet on Thursday, tho 7th Inst., at 10 a.m., to
hear applicants for correction of taxes.
JOS. B. YOUNG.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING- RECEIVED
letters-i)atent, dated May 25th, 1809, for their im¬
provement in the fronts of buifdings, are now prepared to
grant licenses to founders and builders intending to make
Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon
Row, New York.
NATH. J. BURCHELL.
The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this
plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a
stock of patterns and machinery for finishing.
Apply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington
REAL ESTATE AGENTS.
'SAAC HONIG, REAL ESTATE BROKER.
. CITY AND COUNTRY PROPERTY FOR SALE
AND TO LET, MORTGAGES Pi:OCURED.
25 PINE STREET, NEW YORK.
RANDELL & PORTER, REAL ESTATE
AND INSUEANCE, 1051 Third Avenue (near
125th street). New York.
D& IVL CHAUNCEY, 155 MONTAGUE
• Street, near Court Street, Brooklyn, Brokers in
Real Estate and Loans.
We have for sale and to rent desirable buildings and bnild-
ing sites in all sections of Brooklyn.
HOMER MORGAN, REAL ESTATE AND
GENERAL BROKER, No. 2 Pine Street, Now
Attention given to Real Estate at private Sale.
Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage. ,
THOMAS CRIMMINS & SON, CONTRAC¬
TORS. Oflice, 802 East 60th street. New Tork. .
Box 142 Mechanics and Traders' Exchange.
Base and Building Stone furnished.
ADRIAN H. MULLER, P. E. WILKINS &
CO., AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE
BROKERS, No, 7 IMne street. New York.
T A. J. NEAFIE, REAL ESTATE AND
18T4 TniBD Atentte, Coenee Eionxr-SixTn Steebt, "J
TXo. 44 Pine Street,
JOHN P. TWOMEY, REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE BROKER, No. 1383 Tuikd Avkiub
Near 87Tn Street,
Property of every description bought, sold and excbaing-'
ed. Houses let and rents collected in all parts of the city.
Charles d. mott,
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE BROKER,
Fourth ave., near 125th St., and 2$
BOOH 4, FBOU TWELVE TO THBEI:.
CITY AND COUNTEY PEOPEETY TOE BALE AND TQ IEA«E