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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 2, 1872.
S SAFETY HOISTING
OTIS BROTHERS & CO.,
PATENTEES AND SOLE MAN0FAOTUHERS,
348 BROADWAY, New Yokk.
FOB, HOTELS, OPPICE BUILDINGS, STORES,
APARTMENTS, AND PRIVATE HOUSES.
The only Machbie in use combining perfect safety with
smoothness, noiselessness, rapidity of movement, and the
greatest economy in the use of fuel.
^Safety Hoisting Machinery for Merchandise and
Freight, for Stores, Manuiactories, Furnaces and Mines.
2,000 novr in upe.
STAI R RAILINGS
OEO. H. FIFL1>,
15 !N"ew Clnarcli Street, N'e^w "STorls:
(Late with Bbadlet & Curbier).
BRACKETS AND SCROLLS.
HARD-WOOD MANTELS TO ORDER.
SLADE & STAFFORD,
EEAL ESTATE BROKEES,
23 Union. Square.
Wells' Patent and all other Irinds of Copper and Gal¬
vanized Iron. Not an accident in 20 years. American
Fence Co. Fence; H. B. Brown's "Always Cool;" Stove
Lifters and Stove Dampers at wholesale and retail.
MARTIIT WELLS & CO., General Agents,
55 Dey St., New York; or 36 Elison St., Paterson, N.J.
NEWMAN E. MOWTROSS,
Painters' and Artists' Supplies,
1366 and 1368 BROADWAY,
Between .37th and 38th Streets.
SKIiABEIR, & CO., MARBIiS: WORKS,
. 217, 219, 221, and 223 WEST 51st STUEET, between
Broadway and 8th Avenue.—Marble and MarblcL/.ed Man¬
tels, Monuments, Headstones of superior workmanship,
cheapest in the city. Second Mortgage.^ taken.
JjI^^'BER.—^Wanted, an active man of intesrrity and
good habits, thoroughly acquainted with the Lumber trade
m New York City and Vicinity, aud capable in .ill respects
of taking the management of a y.ard as salesman. Apply,
with reference and terms, to LUMBER, Albany, N. Y
Feb. 10, 1872. i Ji
M. A. WILDER, SON & CO.,
• COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
AND MANUKACrU8En.S Olr
Southern Pine, Ett»tcm Spruce, White Pine, Oak, &c.
/SS Water St., cor. Tine, JVew Tork.
M. A. WILDKH,
V. A, WILDKR.
CARBKAY & JROUTH,
LUMBER COMMISSION MERCHAITTS,
299 COMMISSIONERS STREET, MONTREAL;
Also at QITEBEO CHAMBERS, 10 ST. PETER'S
Orders -solicited for Pine, Spruce, &c., Boards, Lath.
Scantling, Joist, Paving Stuflf, Timber, Sic, &c.,
Promptly and carefully executed.
.ir;?^ V S?^ .*^^ **^® ^^^ piurchaso of Mill Property and
"Timber Limits in Canada." -
PAINTING & DECORATING,
4S~ BJtOADWAT, cor. Broome St.
■ ■ Established 1852.
PAPER-HANGING, GILDING, &c.
Iron Store Fronts painted in the most approved manner.
PLAIN AND ENCAUSTIC,
For Public Buildings and Dwellings,
AS LAID BY US IN
The Capitol at Washington,
And in numerous CHURCHES, BANKS, and DWELL¬
INGS ia every part of tho country.
GLazcd and Enamelled Tiles for MANTELS. HEARTHS,
WAINSCOTING, &c., and for EXTERIOR I>JEC-
MILLER & COATES,
279 PEARIi ST., New York.
m EVERY CONCEIVABLE POEM,
AND OF THE
MOST EFFECTUAL CONSTRUCTION.
Are now in use on many of the finest Buildings in New
York and other Eastern cities.
Illustrated Sheet and Catalogue on appli¬
75 EIGHTH AVENUE.
E. DUNCAN SNIFFEN,
REAL ESTATE and MOHTGAGE
Insurances efEected at very low rates, in the best of
8 PINE STKEET, NEW YORK.
FRANK G. & DAVISON BROWN,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
Refer to Messrs. BROWN BROTHERS ta CO., and
WM. E. DODGE, Esq.
Prize Encaustic and Mosaic Tiiinsi.
The undersigned begs to call attention to the Tiles manu¬
factured by T. & R. BOOTE, Burslem, StafEordshire, Eng¬
land, for which they have been awarded Prize Medals in
aU the World's Pairs ever held.
"T. & R. BOOTE, by their patent process, are maldng
ENCAUSTIC AND PLAIN FLOORING TILES of the
hardest texture and the finest tints (equal to Enamel tints),
which can be inlaid any depth, ensuring durability, and at
a much cheaper rate than hitherto charged."
" For Churches, Entrance HaUs, Vestibules, &c., &c."
Designs and Estimates supplied without charge, and ex¬
perienced Pavers sent to suit purchasers. A large assorted
stock always en hand. Samples can be seen at the oface of
78 nVEurray Street, N"ew Yorlc.
Marble men BuppUed at lew rates.
MAW a, C0.'S TILES,
PLAIN, ENCAUSTIC, AND MAJOLICA,
For Entrance Halls, Corridors, Conservatories, Churches,
Cemeteries, Chapels, Balconies, Fire-places, Linings,
Hearths, Exterior and Interior WaU Panels,
Tablets, and String-Courses.
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES,
S. I.. MERCHANT & CO.,
244 PEAEL STEEET,
Between John and Fulton fets..
CLAKK,^::||||fii) ^ CO.,
LUMBER &:miH:^M!:5i>:';aCHANTS, -
SIXTY-FIRST & sii:U^;|lKONi> JtEEETS, EAST
RI?"»!-K, NE"# YORK.
WEST 25th ST.
WEST 24th ST.
Desirable Manufacturing Property
Five Story and Basement Brick Building,
FORTY-FOUR FEET AND SIX INCHES WIDE,
and EIGHTY FEET DEEP,
(fiu-nishcd with an Engine, Boiler, and a variety of ma¬
chinery of various kinds, all ready for immediate use), situ¬
ate on the southerly side of 25th St., near Oth Ave.
- Building erected only five years since, of the best and
most .substantial nmteriali:, and WELL LIGHTED, CEN¬
TRALLY LOCATED, adapted to ANY MECHANICAL or
MANUFACTURING business, or could be easily con¬
verted into a first-class Livery and Sales Stable.
For particulars apply to .
JAMES STEPHENS, l^S and 118 West 25th St., New York.
MANUFACTURERS' AND BUILDERS'
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
CASH CAPITAL, . . . $200,000.
Principal Office, No. 207 BROADWAY. Branch Offices,
No. 890 Third Avenue, and Avenue C, cor. 7th St.
Insures against loss or damage by fire on the most
reasonable terms. EDWARD V. LOEW, President.
J. JAY NESTELL, Secretary.
HEALEY IRON WORKS,
Corner Nortli Fourth and FlftU Streets,
BROOKLYN, E. D.
IROU WORK FOE BUILDINGS.
SILLS, LINTELS, COLUMNS, GIRDERS, AND
EVERT STYLE OF RAILING.
J. I. & J. P. HEALEY.
R. W. FORBES.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR
SHIPPING OR DOMESTIC USE,
AT WHOLESALE OB RETAIL.
CORNER OF WEST 29th STREET & llTH AVENUE.
14 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET.