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AND BUILDERS guide
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MA.
Y 21, 1870.
J. JouNBON, Jr., Auctioneer.
JOHNSON & MILLER, AUCTIONEERS
AND REAL ESTATE BR0KJSK3, No. 25 Nassau
Btreet, corner of Cedar, New Tork. •
^~ City and Country Real Estate at Public and Pri¬
Loans on Mortgage negotiated.
Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, &c.
MONDAY, May 2-3,
at IS o'clock, on the premi.ses,
GREAT AND POSITIVE SALE OP
445 SPLENDID LOTS,
beautifully situated at ELM PARK, STATEN ISLAND,
opposite BERGEN POINT, N. J., by order of DANIEL
LOW, Esq. - r
The property is located at and around the Steamboat
Landing, on high ground, .and comniands fine j views.
FOB MECHANICS AND LABORERS it is particularly
Boatsjcave Elm Park at 6 o'clock A.M., and New York
until 7 P.5L The splendid Water fronts on this property,
with a substantial Sea AVall, are very desirable for manu¬
TERMS—Seyentyper cent, may remain on Bond and
Mortgage for three years?.' Take the 10^ o'clock boat at
tho foot .of Dey ist.,'Pier. 19, N. R., on the morning bf the
sale.: Collation oh the arrival of the boat. Maps, &c., at
the oflice of JOHNSON &. MILLER, 23 Nassau St. •.
AVEDNESDAY, May 25,
nt 12 o'clock at the City Salesroom (Phocnuc Building),
" No. 16 Court St., Brooklyn,
GREAT PARTITION SALE,
By order of the
SUl'llEME COURT, r
ABRAHAM, VANDERVOORT ESTATE,
'-, •'- - ,- . ' '" ^'Consisting of " 'f ■ , \ , '
r • -. -, ;.. . - „., 647 CHOICB'LOTS,. '<■
located in tho
EIGHTEENTH AVARD, BROOKLYN.
GEO. H. FISHEU, Esq.,-Referee. ,- , . .
Messrs. S. M. & D. E. MEEKER, Attorneys.
(^" The attention of capittdistp, speculntoi-s, and invcafc-
ors is called to this sale, which will embrace tho largest
number of lots ever ofEered on one day in the City of Brook¬
lyn. The property is splendidly sitimted in the most thriv¬
ing and growuig part of the City, on Flushing, Evergreen,
Central, Johnson, and Knickerbocker avenues; Myrtle,'
Starr, Madison, Jefferson, Centre, and George streets.
The lots will be sold singly and'in,small parcels, in or¬
der to afford an opportunity for all to purchase. I
Terms—Sucty per'cent, of the purchasc-moriey.may re¬
main on bond aud mortgage. 'For description of property,
see enclosed map. For book maps and further particulars
apply to Messrs. S. M. & D. E. JIEEKER, Attorneys, No.
50 Broadway, Brooklyn; GEORGE H. FISHER, Esq.,
Referee, No. 27 Broadway, Brooklyn, or to the Auctioneers,
JOHNSON & MILLER, No. 25 Nassau street. New York ;
No. 157 Montague street, Brooklyn.
TUESDAY, May .31,
GREAT SALE OP LINDEN--PA,BK.
600 LOTS ON STATEN ISLAND.. '
m. A. J. liYlVCH,
EEAL ESTATE BROKEN,
:" ;: NO- -72 CEDAli STREET, '
bet. JBroadway and. Nassau Street.
I- OAA/;^liR3E?^ U R E=^ i
FOE WARMING PRIVATE HOUSES, STORES,
AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
unsurpassed for safety, simplicity, economy, durability,
nnd nec-itness. . . '
This apparatus consists of a Low-Pressure Steam Gen¬
erator, with wrought-iron tubes for Radiators, and can be
made to thoroughly and perfectly warm the smallest
dwelling or the largest public edifice.
Owners, Architects, and Builders are referred to many
hundred buildings warmed by us during tho p.ist twenty
years. SEE COMPLETE WORKING APPARATUS AT
OUR MANUFACTORY AND STORE, Nos. 199 AND
201 CENTRE STREET, NEW YORK.
GOURTLMDT, PALMER & SON;
Eeal Estate Agents^
858 BROADWAY, near 14th STREET.
T D. MELLICK, JR., «fe BRO.,^
-^^^* Auctioneers and Dealers in Now-Jersey Real Es¬
tate, No. 6 Pine street. New Tork.
Descriptive Lists issued without charge, complete with
time tables, commutations, maps, and detailed descrip-
tions of the towns andivillages, and the property offered
AVEDNESDAY, MAY 25,1870.
At 1 P.M., on the premises. Partition sale, by order of the
Union County Orphans' Court, of the Homestead Farm of
Jos. M. Clark, deceased, at
ROSKLLE, N. J..
45 minutes from New York by tho Central Railroad of
NewrJer.sey, This property will bo sold in two plots of
about 45 acres each; high rolling land, situated in the
midst of improvements, within walking distance of the
station. On one plot is a residence well situated, contain¬
ing 12 rooms, bam, and outbuildings. On the other plot is
an orchard of 200 bearing fruit trees, choice varieties.
Both plots well watered. This property, being in the sub¬
urbs of- the growing town of Roselle, will eventually be of
great value. Sixty per cent, may remain on bond and
mortgage. Parties attending the sale will take the 12 H.
train from tlie foot of'Liberty St. '
For maps and particulars apply to the Auctioneers, 6
Pine st . , , '■ ■■.-.•.
TUESDAY, May 24,1870, atl P.M., on the premises,
FIFTY VERY DESIRABLE TOWN LOTS
' 'j AT CRANFORD, N, J., [ / ;
r FORTY-EIGHT MINUTES from NEW YORK, bythe
Central Railroad of New Jersey. The lots are among the
most desirable^ in- the town, situated three minutes' walk
from the station; on established streets and in tbe midst of
Improvements. These lots wU be absolutely sold without
reserve. Thei-o will also be offered a new French-roofed
residence, with nine rooms and 1.50 feet square. Should
the day prove stormy, sSvle will take place on 26th inst., at
same hour. SPECIAL TRAIN at 12..M. from foot of
Liberty street. COLLATION on the arrival of the train.
For Maps, Passes, and full particulars, api)ly at the ofBce
of the Auctioneers, 6 Pino St., N. Y.
B. Itt. PORTER,
HAS REMOVED HIS LAW OFFICES FROM 4 WALL
Street to 25S Broadwivy, corner of AVarren Street.
Z. LEMAIRE (FrencTiman) & CO.,
iEncanstic and Mosaic Tiling,
CHURCHES, ENTRANCE HALLS, VESTIBULES, &c.,
156 EAST 4tTu' STREET, NEW Y'ORK, near Third avc.
Orders for laying all kinds of Tiling will receive prompt
attention.' M-irble-dealers and the trade supplied.
L. C. SAHDFORD,
Real Estate Agent,
153 BOWERY, NEW Y'ORK.
Estates taken charge of, and prompt returns made.
Unexceptionable references given.
J. R. HA^IIIiTOlV,
A-R C HE I T EG T,
1267 Broadway, near 32d Street,
as not to interfere with the grade of the pre¬
To accommodate travel on the western side
■• city the plan contemplates a branch
: NEaE'^o'I below Fourteenth street, run-
Mantels, Monumenf'te west of Ninth avenue, and
-----:-----------------^ avenue to Fifty-ninth street,
PINE, SPRUCE, AND HEMLOCK LUM¬
BER AND TIMBER,
BLACK WALNUT, and other Hard Woods,
Oor. 54th St. and First Ave., New York.
F. & S. E. GOODWHSr,
OFFICE AND TARD, 617 EAST ITTH ST.,
BETWEEN AVESUE8 A AND Bj NEW TORK-
Buildings of all descriptions Moved, Raised, Lowered, and
Shored up; Girders raised and their Foundations repaired.
All bad foundations and weak Buildings properly secured.
Iron and Granite. Wood and Iron AVedges for sale.
Screws, Hydraulic Jacks, and Derricks to let.
THE MOEN ' •
ASPHAIiTIC CEIttENT COMPANT,
E. 8. VAUGHAN, Treasurer, 103 Maidbk^Lajo:.
As'phaltrc* Cement Patent Cellar Bottoms.
ASPHALTIC CEMENT opplled to Wet Cellars, Damp
Basements, A'^aults, Arches, Brick and Stone Walls, Pack¬
ing House and Stable Floors, tScc, Sec
Dealers in Felt Asphaltic Cement and Gr.ivel Roofing
Materials, Roman, Portland and Rosendale Cement.
' ROOFS piit on in the best manner at reasonable rates,
nnd guaranteed for a term of years.
THE EMPIRE, PENNSTLVANIA & VERMONT
SLATE ROOFING WORKS.
: OFFICE, 94 WiVLL ST., N. T.
Tard, Third street, near Bond, South Brooklyn.
Orders filled in country or city. Roofing repaired.
BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
Being constructed with regard to scientific accnracy, are
used in all testa of skill by the best pKiyer-i in the country,
and in all first-class clubs and hotels. Illustrated cata¬
logues of everything relating to Billiards sent by Mall.
738 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
WALTER R. WOOD & CO.,
.MINEUS, AND WHOLESALE DEALEKS IK
OMo Building Stone and Grind¬
FROM THE BEREA AND AMHERST QUARRIES
Office, Nos. 283 & 285 Front St.,
(Near Roosevelt Street), NEW TOBK.
SOLE AGENTS FOR SENECA BROWN STONE.
Walter R. Wood. Chab. P. Williamb.