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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 18^0.
for raising water-to the upper story
0f,bHiIding8,-where tho pressure of
tlie city wafer works is not sufii-
cient, requiring neither fire nor Labor.
Warranted to give Satisfaction.
These pumps are allowed -to be
used by the Croton Board.
291 I'K.vKL Steeet.
For warming private houses, .stores, schools, .and public
buildings, unsurpassed for safety, simplicity, economy,
durability, and neatness.
This apparatus consists of a Low-Prcssure Steam Gen¬
erator, with wrought-iron tubes for Radiators, and can be
madb to thoroughly and perfectly warm tho sihallest
dwelling or tUe' largest pul)lic edifice.
Owners, Architects, and Biiilders aro referred to many
hundred buildings warmed by us during the past-twenty
years, and to a complete working apparatus at our manu¬
factory and store, Nos. 109 and 201 Centre street. Now
Gl LL:I Si-^ie E O^HE G^AN
FISHER & BIRD,
Steam Marble Works
9T, 99, 101, 103, & 105 EAST HOUSTON ST.,
Vermont Marble Yards, 260, 262, and
264 KlizabctU St., New York.
ROBEiiT C. FisiiBE. Clinton G. Bird.
Import«rs, -Dealors, and Manufacturers of Foreign and
American Marjiles, Ecclesiological DecoratorSj and
AVorkcrs fn Granite. Brown, Nova Scoti.^,
Cacn Ston«i, and Scotch Gr.initfl.
Marble Mantels, Grates, and Fenders.
Monuments, Cemetery ^''aults, Church Altars, Fonts,
Tablets. Communion Tables, and Marble Counters. Mar-
ble Floor Tiling.
t^ff" Estiinatas and drawings upon application.
A. ROUX & SON,
827 and 829 BROADWAY.
• - ' FACTORY:
161, 163, and 165 West ISth St.
Wood ;Mantels, Mirror Frames,
WAINSCOTING, DOORS, CEILINGS,
- . AND FLOORS.
Designs and-estimates furnished. -
L. C. SANDFORD,
Eeal Estate AaENTj
•. 15.3 BOWERY, NEW YORK. •
Estates taken charge'of, and prompt returns made.
Unexceptionable references given.
THE EMPIRE, PENNSYLVANIA A; VERMONT
SLATE ROOFING WORKS
OFFICE, U WALL ST., N. Y.'
Yard, Third street, near Bond, South Brooklyn.
WALTER R. WOOD & CO.,
>IINEa.S, ANO WlI0I.r.SAI.K DKAI.F.iiS IN
Ohio Building Stone and Grind¬
FROM TIIE BEREA AND AMHERST QUARRIES.
Office, Nos. 283 Sic 285 Front St.,
(Near Roosevelt Btreet), . NEW YORK.
SOLE AGENTS FOR SENECA BROWN STONE.
Walter B. Wood. Ciias. P. WiLLiAiis.
PINE, SPRUCE, AND HEMLOCK LUM¬
BER AND TIMBER,
BLACK WALNfJT, and other Hard Woods,
Oor. 54th St. and First Ave., New York.
NOS. 516 AND 51S WEST TWENTIETH STBEET,
NEAR TENTH AVE., NEW YORK.
Mantels, Monuments, etc. Orders punctually attended to.
1^1. A, J. liYlVCH,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NO. 12 CEDAR STREET,
bet. Broadway and Nassau Street.
Orders filled in country or city. Roofing repaired.
ACKERMAN & BORKEL,
Galvanized Iron Cornices and
SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS,
No. 143 WORTH STREET-, NEW YORK.
GALVANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all sizes con¬
stantly on hand, and for sale to the trade in qnantities to
suit. In lengths, or put togethor.l
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
Being constructed with regard to scientific accuracy, are
used in all tests of skill by tho best players in the country,
and in all first-class clubs and hotels. Illustrated cata¬
logues of everything relating to Billiards sent by Mail.
738 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.-
Eight Lots at Inwood.
A. J. ,FUI.LAM,
NDTB LOTS AT THE FOOT OF WEST
Twenty-ninth, street. North river, to let for a term
of years,' with use of pier and bulkhead; suitable for
Brick. Coal, or Lumber'Yard. Apiply-toi
H. A. CRANE,
Foot West 30tU st.
61st St., near Ist Ave., New York. City,
Manufacturers of Sash, Blinds, Doors, Show-Windows,
Sky-Lights, Window-Frames, and Panel Work of al^de¬
scriptions. Circular and Elliptic Mouldings. Turning in
all its branches.
GAS FIXTCRlB MANUFACTURER,
J. H. fIAVE]¥S,
LUMBER AND 'UMBER DEALER.
llth Av., cor. 47tli St., New York.
An assortment of Pine, Spruce, and Ilemlock Lumber
well-scosoned and planed, and kept under cover. Also
Shingles, Posts, Pickets, and Lath.
DEPARTMENT OF TAXES AND ASSESSMENTS,
No. 32 CiiAMBKns Stp.eet, New York. January 3,
1S70.—^Notice is hereby given to all persons that the As¬
sessment Rolls of the Real and Personal Estate of the city
and county of New York, for the year 1S70, will bo open
for inspection and revision, on and after Menday, January
10.1870, and will remain open until the SOth 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 New York. All persons
believing themselves to be aggrieved must make applica¬
tion to the Commissioners dnring the period above men¬
tioned, in order to obtain the relief provided by law.
W. n. KING.
GEO. H. ANDREWS,
THOS. J. CREAMER,
Commissioners of Taxes and Assessments.
City of New York, Departmekt or Fisakcte, )
Bubbah or the Receives or Taxes, f.
CouRT-HouBE, Park, • f
No. 32 Chambers street, November 5,1869. )
TO TAXPAYERS.—NOTICE IS HEREBT
given that one per cent, will be added to all taxes
unpaid on the 1st December; also, an additional on* p«r
cent, on December 15.. On all taxes remaining unpaid on
January. 1, interest at.the rate of twelve percent, per an- .
num, calculated from the day the books were received by
tho Receiver of Taxes to.the ia.r ot payment, will .m
added. No money will be received after two o'clock p.ii.
Office hours from 8 to 2 p.m.
BERNARD SMYTHE, Becelvor.