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AND BUILDERS' GUID
Vol. IX. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 80, 1872. No. 211.
:r a. hece^.^.«,
[Son of the late PETER A. HEGEMAN.]
Eeal Estate Broker,
61 Liberty street,
Agent fm- the SALE, BTJBCBASE. EX¬
CHANGING, LEASING, and BENTING
of BEAL ESTATE. Special attention,
given to tJie general care and management
of Estates. Bents Collected. Loans
Negotiated and Investments Made.
OTIS BROTHERS & CO.,
PATENTEES AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS,
348 BROADWAY, New York.'
FOR HOTELS, OPPICB BUILDINGS, STORES,
APARTilEKTS, AtTD PRIVATE HOUSES.
The only Machine in use combining perfect safety with
smoothness, noiselessne-ss, rapidity of movement, and the
greatest economy in the use of :luel.
Safety Hoisting Machinery for Merchandise and
Freight, for Stores, Manufactories, Furnaces and Mines.
2,000 t\ow in use.
- SLADE & STAFFORD,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
M. A. -WILDER, SON & CO.,
AND MANOFACTUKV.RS Otr
Southern Piiie, Kastern Spruce, White Pine, Oak, &o,
fSS Water St., cor. Tine, J\''ew Tork.
M. A. wn.DKn.
V. A. ■WII.PER.
Painters' and Artists' Supplies,
1366 and 1368 BROADAVAY,
Between 3Tth and 83th Streets. •
SK1.ABC;R k OOm MARBK.F. \rORKS,
. 217, 219, 221, and 223 WEST BIst STKEET, between
Broadway and 8th Avenue,—^Marble and Marbleiied Man¬
tels, Monuments, Hciidfltones of superior workmanship,
cheapest in the city. Second Mortgages taken,
Olark, little & CO.,
li'EJmBER & TIMBEB MERCHANTS,
SIXTT-FIRST & SIXTY-SECOND STEEETS, EAST
EIVER, NEW TOKK.
At ike Exhibition of the American Institute, 1869, -
AWAEDED IO THJE
New York Stone Works,
C. J. BANDMAN. L, JAFFK
Itlanufactnrers of;Artificial Stone..
OICB, 1193 BEOADWAT, AioUoMflmg/New-YoiL
PAINTING & DECORATING,
487 BBOADWAY, cor. Broome St.
PAPER-HANGING, GILDING, c&c.
Iron Store Pronts painted in the most approved manner.
PLAm AND ENCATJSTIO,
For Public Buildings and Bvrellings,
AS LAID By US IX
The Capitol ^t Washington,
And in numerous, CHUBCHES, BANKS, and DWELL¬
INGS in every part of tho country.
Glazed a;-:d EnameUed Tiles for JI.'^NTELS. HEARTHS,
WAINSCOTING, &c., and for EXTERIOR DEC¬
I^ILLER & COATES,
S'yO PEARIi ST., New York.
m EVERY CONCEIVABLE POEM,
AND OF THE
MOST EPrECTUAL CONSTEUCTIOli
Are now in use on many of the finest Buildings in New
York and other Eastern cities.
Illustrated Slieet and Catalogue on appli¬
75 EIGHTH AVENUE.
A. «J.1IA¥ENS & SOr^T^
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in all kinds of
LUE^eER and TIMBER,
Foot of EAST 28tli ST., New York,
Have a lot of DBY INCH CHESTNUT LtTMBBE for sale
at a barg.iin, either for Dealers or Consumers.
R. W. FORBES.
LUMBER or EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR
SHIPPING OR DOMESTIC USE,
AT WHOT.ESALE OH RETAIL.
CORNER OP W:EST SRth STREET & llTH AVENTTE,
14 SOUTH WILLIAM STBEET,
Prize EncaustiG and Mosaic Tiling.
The undersigned begs to call attention to the Tiles manu¬
factured by T, & R. BOOTS, Burslem, Staffordshire, Eng¬
land, for wliich they have been awarded Prize Medals in
all the World's Fau's ever held,
"T, & B. BOOTE, by their patent process, are making
ENCAUSTIC AND: PLAIN ELOOBING TILES of the
hardest texture, and the.finest tints (equal to Enamel tints),
which can be inlaid any depth, ensuiing dm-ability, and at
a much cheaper rate than hitherto charged,"
"For Churches, Entrance HaUs, Vestibules, Ac., &c,"
:: Designs and Estimates supplied without charge, and ex¬
perienced Pavers sent to suit purchasers, ■ A large assorted
etock always en hand,: Samples can ba seen at the offtceof
"78 'M.xxvvsiy Street, ;N'e\y "ifox"^.
Marole mon supplied at lew rsites.
.. Celebrated (London)
^|g=35i|ii|' IN- STOBE and TO, ARRIVE.
S. L. MERCHANT & CO., 76 South St.,
Corner Maiden Lane, New Yobk.
MAW a CO.'S IILES,
PLAIN, ENCAUSTIG, AND MAJOLICA,
For Entrance Hulls, Corridors, Conservatories, Churches,
Cemeteries, Chapels, Bulconiei=, Fire-places, Linings,
Hearths, Exterior and Interior Wall Panels,
Tablets, and String-Courses,
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES,
S. I.. MERCHANT & CO.,
244 PEABL STEEET •
Between John and Fulton Sts,, NEW XORK.
46 EAST 23d STREET,
PROPERTY FOR SALE OB TO LET RESPECTFULLY
TO LEASE, FIVE LOTS ON EAST 23d ST,»
near East River, with Sheds nnd Stable. Apply to
J, R. EDWARDS, 277 West 23d Street,
MANUFACTURERS' AND BUILDEES'
FIRE INSURANCE CO.
Principal Office, No. 207 BRO.^DWAT. Branch Offices,
No. 890 Third Avenue, arid Avenue C, cor, Tth St.
Insures atjainst loss or ' damage by lire on the most
reasonable terms. EDWARD V. LOEW, President.
J. JAY NESTELL, Secretary.
HEAliEY IRON WORKS,
Corner Nortli Fonrth and Flltli Streets,
IRON WORK FOE, BUILDINGS.
SILLB, LINTELS, COLUMNS, GIRDERS, AMD
EVERY STYLE OF RAILING.
J. I. & J. F. HXIALEY.
WAt-TEIt R. A^OO© & CO.,
Quarrymen and Wholesale Dealers in
From the Berea and Amherst Quarries.
OFPICE, Nos, 283 & 285 ERONT STREET,
Walter E, Wood, I . Near Roosevelt Street,
Chas. E. Williams, j
Wells' Patent and ail other'kinds of Copper and-Gal,
vanlzed Iron, Not an accident in ^, years. American
Fence Co. Fence;'H.^B. Browii's"^Always Cool;" S,^Ye
Lifters and Stdve Dampers at wholesale and retail.
-MARTIi^ WELLS & CO., General Agents,
55 Dey St., New Yorki er'36 Elison St., Paterson, Jf. J i