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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1872.
PETER A. HEGEM».«,
[Son of,the late PETER A; HEGEMAN.]
Eeal Estate Broker,
61 Liberty Street,
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Agent ft/r the SALE, BUBCHASE, EX¬
CHANGING, LEASING, and BENTING
of BEAL ESTATE. Special attention
given to the genei^al care, and management
of Estates. Bents CoUected. Loans
Negotiated and Investments Made.
S isAFETY HOISTING
OTIS BROTHERS & CO.,
PATENTEES AND SOLE MANUFACTURERS,
348 BROADWAY, New York.
FOR HOTELS, OFFICE BtflLDINGS, STORES,
APARTMENTS, AND-PRIVATE HOUSES.-
The only Machine 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 uo^w^ in use.
AT A MEETING OF THE IRON-FOUNDERS OF
New York, Brooldyn, Jersey City, Newark, New.
Haven, and Providence; Rhode Island, held at Teutonia'
Hall on Friday last, March 29, at which 42 establishments
were represented, it was resolved that ou and after April 1
the price of castings be increased orie cent per pound.
The adjourned meeting to receive the reports of Commit¬
tees wUl be held at Teutonia Hall on Friday next, April 5,
at 3 o'clock B.M. PETER H. JACKSON, Chairman.
G. B. BrLLERWELt, Sec'y.
LOTS 60x100, ON WEST,47th STRBBT,
free of rock, for $12,000. $5,000 may remain on
bond and mortgage. Enquire, by mail or otherwise, of
ALEX. McGregor, lOe west 24th Steeet.
TO LEASE, EIVE LOTS ON EAST 23d ST..
near East River, with Sheds and Stable. Apply to
J. R. EDWARDS, 277 West SJM Steeet.
3. A. WOOI>,
240 Broadway, New York.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION TO IMPROVING
No charge fcr examinations and estimates of cost of altera¬
tions, or for plans that are not accepted and used. Our
Office is at present on the FIRST FLOOR, with facilities
for furnishing floors -ndthout delay.- Will refer to our works
of the last seven years.
yV. M. TVJBTMORE,
PAINTING & DECORATING,
487 BBOADWAY, cor. Broome St.
PAPER-HAtf&INa, GILDING, &c.
Iron store Fronts painted in the most approved manner.
SKIiABEtt. Sc CO., MARBIiE WORKS,
.- 217, 219, 221, and 223 WEST 51ST STRBBT, between
Broadway and 8th Avenue.—Marble arid Marbleiied Man¬
tels, Moniunents," Headstones of superior iworkmansliip,
cheapest in the city. Second Mortgages taken.
Clark, little & co.,
IaVMBIEU ScTimBMU MERCHANTS,
SIXTY-FIRST &• SIXTY-SECOND STREETS, EAST
: KIVEK, NEW YOKK.;
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 in every part of the countey.
Glazed and Enamelled Tiles for MANTELS. HEARTHS,
WAINSCOTING, &c., and for EXTERIOR DEC¬
i¥IOLLER & COATES,
279 PEARIi ST., New Yorlc.
IN EVERY CONCEIVABLE FORM,
AND OF THE
MOST ErFECTUAL CONSTIIUOTION.
Are now in use ou many of the finest Buildings in New.
York and other Eastern cities.
Illustrated Sheet and.Catalogue on appli¬
75 EIGHTH AVEIJUE.
A. C^.MAVENS & SO.^",
• Wholesale.and Retail Dealers in all Mnds of
LUMBER and T3MBER,
^ Foot of EAST 28tli ST., New York,
Have a lot of DRY INCH CHESTNUT LUMBER for sale
at a bargain, either for Dealers or Consumers.
R. W. FORBES.
LUMBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR
SHIPPING OR DOMESTIC USE,
AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL.
CORNER OF WEST 29th STREET & llTH AVENUE.
14 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET.
Prize EncaustiG and Mosaic Tiling.
• The iindersigned begs to call attention to the TUea manu¬
factured by T. & R. BOOTE; Burslem, Staffordshire, Eng¬
land, for which they have been awarded Prize Medals in
aU the World's Fairs ever held.
"T. & It. BOOTS; by their patent process,'are making
ENCAUSTIC AND PLAIN FLOORING TILES of the
hardest texture and the finest tints (eq.ual to Enamel tints),
which can be inlaid any ddpth, ensuring dm-ability, 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 pmrchasers. ' A large assorted'
stock always en hand. Samples can be seen at the office ef
78 MluLrray Street, OSTew York.
* Marble inen supplied at low rates.
IN STORE and TO ARRIVE.
S. L. MERCHANT & CO., 76 South St.,
CoBSEB Maiden Lane, • New Yobk.
MAW a CO-'S TILES,
PLAIN, ENCAUSTIC, AND WA.JOLICA,
For Entrance Halls, Corridors', Con^Tj' '> '' \^ urthes,
Cemeteries, Chapels, Balconies, Fif\s^_.. t, iaringB,
Hearths, Exterior and Interior M nu iPanel*,
Tablets, and String-Courses.
AGENTS IN THE UNITED STATES,
S. 1.. MERCHAarT & CO.,
244 PEAEL STiREET,
Between John and Fulton Sts., NEW YORK..
RE A L ESTATE,
46 EAST 23d STEEET,
PROPERTY FOR SALE OR TO LET RESPECTFULLY
SOLICITED. ., . ■ , .
MANUFACTURERS' AND- BUUDERS'
EIRE INSURANCE CO. '
' CASH CAPITAL, '.. - . . ;$200,000.
Principal Office, No. 207 BROADWAY. Branch Offloea,
No. 890 Third Avenue, and Aventfe C, cor. tth St.
Insures* against loss or damage by fire on the most
reasonable terms. EDWARD V. LOEW, Presid&i.i.
J. JAY NESTELL, .Secretary;
\%^A1-TER B. If^OO© & CO.,
Quarrymen and Wholesale Dealers in
OHIO SirZX^ZNC^ STOZVIS
From the Berea and Amherst Quarries.
OPl'ICE, Nos. 283 & 285 FRONT STREET,
Walter E. Wood, 1 Near Roosevelt Stoeei^ _
Chas. P. Williams.; ■. NEWYORK.
Wells' Patent and all other kinds of Copper and Gal¬
vanized Iron. Not an accident m 20 years. American
Fence Co. Fence; H. B. Biown's "/Vlways Cool;" Stove
Lifters and Stove Dampers at wholes <ae and retaiL
MARTIH WELLS & CO., General Agents,
55 Dey St., New Yorkj.er 36 Elison St., Paterson, N.J.
• FIRST PEEMIUM
At (he Exhibition of the American Institute, 1869,
" AWARBED TO THE
New York Stone Works,
• C. J. BANDKAN.- f. L. JAFFE.
Manufacturers Of Artlflcial Stone.
(mceai93 BEOADWAY; ApoUo Bimfliiig, M YorL
•NEWIttAK E.'-MMtROSS,- '
Painters' and Artists' ^Supplies,
1366 and 1368 BRQADWATT,
BetweenSTth and 38th SteeetB.