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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
Vol. IV. No. 19.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 22,1870. [Whole No. 97.
ALEX. ^cCREGOi?! '
Practical Mason and Plasterer,
OFFICE, 12-4 WEST 24TH ST.,
(Het. Si.Kth and Seventh Avenues),
Being long established and favorably known in the city,
he takes this method of informing owners of property,
liuilders, and others w.anting rep.airs done or .alterations
made, that they will find it to their advantage to send by
mail or leave their orders -with him, as he makes jobbing a
sjiecialty. . . .
.Ml work done in the best and most economical manner
])ossible, thereby saving a large percentage to parties
Jobbing work of every description promptly done.
All orders by mail (from responsible jjartles only) should
be sent from one to three d.ays .ahead.
Estimates promptly furnished, or work done on small
^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^
John H. Austen, Auctione«r.
HAZARD, APTHORP & CO.,
Eeal Estate Brokers and Auctioneers,
110 Broadavay, Ne^vXork.
Will sell at auction, at the Real Estate Salesroom, 111
Broadway, every description of
. EEAL ESTATE, CITY-AND COUNTEY.
New York Opkice, 110 Broaowat; Boston Offiob,
Boston Post BniLoiNe; Nkwfoet, Bellevue Avbncs.
TO TIIE WORKING CLASS.—Wo are now prepared to
furnish all claases with conBtant employment at home, the
Trholc of the time or for the spare momentii. Business new,
light and profitable. Persons of either sex easily earn from
rrh. to t5 per evening, and a proportional BUm by devoting
their whole time to the business. Boys and girls cam nearly
ns much as men. Thatall who sec this notice may send their
address, and test tho busines.s, we make this unparalleled
offer: Tosuchasarc not wcUsntisficd.wc will send $1 to pay
for the trouble of writing. Full particulars, a valuable sam-
?le which will do to commence work on, and a copy of Tha
'eople'a Liternry Companion----one of the largest and
best family newspapers published—all sent free Dy mail.
Reader, ifyou want permanent, profitable work, addrcsa
E. C. ALLEN & CO., Adoosta, Maine
/B ACKEY & SON,
SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS,
07 West Twenty-eighth street, between Sixth and Seventh
avenues. New York. Jobbing promptly attended to.
Jletal cornices and gutters.
INB LOTS AT THE FOOT OF "WEST
Twenty-ninth street. North river, tb let for a term
of years, with us^of pier and bulkhead; suitable for
Brick. Coal, or Lumber Yard. Api)ly to
II. A. CRANE.
Foot West SOth St.
ACKERMAN & BORKEL,
Gralvanized Iron Cornices and
SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS,
No. 143 WORTH STREET, NEW YORK.
S. EAPiHER & CO.,
:£2 XCr Gi-X KiT :£3 33 x^ s,
212 Grand St., New York.
' Manufacturers of
HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE
For warming and ventilating Hotels, Private
Residences, Churches, ScJiools, Stores^
Factones, Steamers, &c.
PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING.
" Send for Illustrated Catalogue."
ACGEEGOR'S IMPROVED HEATING
GALYANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all sizes con¬
stantly on hand, and for sale to tho trade in quantities to
suit, in lengths, or puftogethor.
WORTHY OF THE NAME.
ALFRED IVERS' PATENT ANTI-FREEZING, SELF-
ACTING, INODOROUS WATER-CLOSET.
Cannot freeze, leak, or become offensive. Requires no
human aid in its operation. Keeping perfectly clean with
half the water that must leak from all other Water-
Closets. ' ■ . . . -
ALFEED IVERS, Plumber, 310 Fonrth Avenue.
NEW YORK STONE WORKS.
0£5lce, 75 William St., New Tork.
First Premium at the Exhibition of the American
The attention of Architects, Bnilders, and the public l.s
called to our ARTIFICIAL STONE, EROWN STONE
TILES, for court-yards and areas.
Sidewalks, in one piece of any length.
Menolithio Floors, for cellars, factories, and stables.
HousK Feonts, in Brown, Nova Scotia, and Ohio Frea
Stone, plain and highly ornamented.'
Coping, a new pattern, improved.
CoKBiNO, any length, in one piece.
Orkaiients and Statues, for gardens and cettieteries.
We guarantee the durability and strength of our Arti¬
ficial Stonk. and refer to Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Donnely,
Disbrow, Whitfield, Coburn, Spratt, builders, and many
other gentlemen in the building trade. The price of our
material is from 25 to 75 per cent, cheaper than any cut
stone in this market. Send for price-list to 15 William
BANDMANN, HOLLMAN & CO.
FURNACES, COOKING RANGES,
Cauldrons, Batlis, and Japanned Ware.
^."117 Beekman street. New Tork.
THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED
letters-patent, dated May 25th, 1SG9, 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. Stetsox, 5 Tryon
Eow, Now Tork.
NATH. J. BURCHELL.
The undersigned is prepared to constrnct fronts on this
plan in the best manner and at tho shortest notice. Has a
stock of patternsand machinery for finishing.
Apply at tho Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington
streets, Greenpoint; • '
HEALTSY IRON WORKS,
Comer Nortb Fourtli and Fiftli Streets,
BROOKLYN, E. D.
Manufactory of , ■
IRON W;ORK FOR BUILDINGS.
SILLS, LINTELS, COLUMNS, GIRDERS, AND
EVERT STTLE OF RAILING.
V J. I. & J. F. HE ALB Y.
Citt of New Tork, Department op Finance,
Bureau of the Receiver op Taxes,
No. 32 Chambers street, Norember 5,1S69
TO TAXPAYERS.—NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that one per cent, will bo added to all taxes
unpaid on the 1st December; also, an additional one per
cent, on December 15. On all taxes remaining unpaid on
January 1, interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per an¬
num, calculated from the day the books were received by
the Receiver of Taxes to the day of payment, will he
added. No money will be received after two o''clock, p.m.
Oflice hours from 3 to 2 p.m.
^kl BEENAED SMTTHE, Receiver.
HEATERS AND RANGES.
SANFOED'S PATENT~CHALLENGE HEATEKS,
Set in Brick ob Portable.
NEW TORK FIEE-PLACE HEATEE,
BEACON LIGHT BAS&-BURNEE,
CHALLENGE KITCHEN £AIfG£S>
NATIONAL STOVE WORKS,
239 & 241 WATER STREET, N; Y.
GRATES, FENDERS, & FIRE-PLACE
► N"o. GO GOLX) STRKET,
(Bet. Fulton and Beekman Sta.)
DEPARTMENT OF TAXES'AND ASSESSMENTS,
No. 32 Chamherb Street, New Tork, January 8,
1870.—Notice is hereby given to all persons that the As¬
sessment Eolls of the Eeal and Personal Estato of the city
and county of New Tork, for the year 1S70, will be open
for inspection and revision, on and after Monday, January
10,1S70, and will remain open nntil the 30th day of April,
1870, inclusive, for the correction of errors and the equali¬
zation of the assessments of the aforesaid real and person¬
al estate of the city and county of Now Tork. All persons
believing theraselves to be aggrieved must mako applica¬
tion to the Commissioners during the period above men¬
tioned, in order to obtain the relief provided by law.
W.H. KING, ■
GEO. H. ANDREWS,
v\U .........THOS. J. CREAMER,
^* CommisBioncrs of Taxes and Assetsmente.
T>ARRY & LANE, FURNACES AND
METAL COENICES AND ROOFING,
Cor. 59tb Street and 8d Avenne,
V-A^N NOTE ife ^OM,
Grate, Fender, and Firc-Place BLeater
4-34 Canal Street, near Varick, New Toek.
W. M. Van Note. A. S. Van Notk.
THE BIGELOW BLUE STONE COMPANY.
A. B. KKLLOGO, AGENT,
Miners, Manofactueees and Wholesale Dealers ik
NORTH RIVER BI^VE STONE,
MALDEN, ULSTER CO., AND 14 PINE ST., N. T.
Flagging, Curbing, Gutteri, SiUs, Lintela, Tiling, «tc.,
shipped to all partg of tho United States & Sonth Ameriou
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