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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
Vol. XIII. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1874. No. 308
Hotel and Store
Accidents avoided if Rope, Belt, and Engine break.
No nice adjustment requiring constant attention. Price
one-third less than others claiming to be safe.
Manufacturers of Pumps, Engines, Boilers, and Hoist¬
ing Machinery for every conceivable use. Contractors',
Planters', Wreckers', Miners', Builders' Pumping and
Hoisting Outfits. Address WM. D. ANDREWS &
BRO., 414 Water SU-eet, New York.
Brown's Cable Carriages for Coal Yards, Mines, Quar¬
ries, &c., &c.
JACOB APPELL & CO.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS,
277 WEST 23d STREET. ^^^^
Comer Eighth Avenue, NEW YORK.
[ESTATES TAKEN IN CHARGE.
JOHIV M. MUELLER, Proprietor.
STONE-TARD AND STEAM-MILL
S. W. eor. llth Avenue and 60th St, K. Y.
BLOCK STOIVE, SAWED STOIVE, CUT STOIVE.
Boor and Window Trimmings, Sills and Lintels, Flag¬
ging aud Steps, Ashlar aud Water-table, C0N3TANT-
%Y ON HAND AND FURNISHED AT SHORT
Estimates given for Stonb-Fbonts, and Sawing for
1 alu sole proprietor of "Buena Vista Free-Stone
Quarry," situated near Buena Vista, Scioto Co., Ohio,
and, with my improved facilities, am prepared to deliver
In New York 100 cab loads Bvkby week.
The FINEST GRAINED, the most dtjbable, and the
most beautiful Building Stone offered to the people of
New York. Free from defects, blemishes, and disinte¬
grating properties. Subjected to repeated tests, it stands
a pressure of 3,000 POUiVOS more to the square inch
than Brown Stone of Connecticut. In a fire it is supe¬
rior to all other stone.
The following buildbigs, among others in New York
city, exhibit the stone, viz.: St. Luke's Home, corner
of Aladisou Avenue and 89th Street, the church adjoining,
twelve houses corner Madison Aveuue aud C4th Street,
and my ofiice front, corner Eleventk Ave. and GOth St.
Call and csamine the Stone. Samples furnished free.
Terms reasonable. Addres, Box No. 8, Station G, N.Y.
The undersigned gives special attention to Real
Estate as a^nt, taking the general charge and super¬
vision of Houses and Stores, collecting Rents, &c.
References of the highest order furnished for ability,
experience, and integrity. The care of Estates, large
or small is solicited.
JAMES R. EDWARDS,
Real Estate Broker and Agent,
69 West 23d Street,
Manufacturers & Builders' Bank,
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000,
916 TJiird Avenue and 55th St.,
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
John Davidson, Pres. C. A. Watebbubt, Cashier.
(Late of the firm of John Lloyd & Sons)
REAIi ESTATE BROKER,
No. 345 BROADWAY,
(Room 4.) Cor. Leonard Street.
GOODWIN & DREW,
Residence and Office, 108 and 110 West Twenty-fifth St.,
near Sixth Av., New York.
R. W. FORBES,
LUMBER OP EVERY DESCRIPTION
for SHIPPING or DOMESTIC USE,
At Wholesale or Retail.
Yard, Cor. of West 29th Street and llth Ave..
14 SOTITTX WIBJilAM STREET.
Ilotice to Chemical and Galvanizing Works.
2» X* TJ 33S«: :0 E3 3EL ,
963 SIXTH AVENUE,
Corner 54th Street, NEW YORK.
Gasfitting and Fixtures. Lead Burning by Machine
Residence, 128 West Forty-ninth Street.
BURNETT & SAWKINS,
Practical Plunnbers& Gas-Fitters,
245 COURT STREET,
Oppbeite HaiTison, BROOKLYIV.
W. H. Bdenbtt—residence, 476 §ackett Street.
O. O. Sawkins—residence^-cor. Smith and Bergen Sts.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO,
TRADES' SAVINGS BANK,
West Twenty-third St., near Eighth Av.,
Have declared their usual Dividend of
SEVEN (7) PER CENT.,
Payable JANUARY 20. The business of this Bank In¬
creased more than one-half. In safety, equal to the best
institutions. MONEY D^IPOSITED or DRAWN AT
ANY TIME, INTEREST PROM DATE OF DEPOSIT,
thus saving accounts opened or transferredio this Bank
from loss of interest. Deposits before January 20 draw
interest from January 1. Accounts opened of any
amount and drawn against by check when desired.
C. B. Le BARON, Pres't.
I. M. Fkkese, Sec'y.
STEWART & CO.,
Works, extending through, from W. 18th to
19th St., near llth Av., New York.
Office, 539 West ISth St.
Down-Town Depot, 2C9 Pearl St., near Fitlton St,
SPECLA.LTIES.—STEAM PRESSED DRAIN-PIPE,
from 2 to 18 Inches in diameter, with all necessary fit¬
TERRA COTTA WARE.—Garden Vases and Statua¬
ry, Rustics, Fountains, Plain and Ornamental Chimney
Tops, &c., &e.
SEND FOR PRICE LIST.
H, & J. L. YOUNG'S
DIAMOND SAW MACHINE
THE GREAT MEDAL OF HONOR
At the 4l8t Annual Exhibition of the
Amexricau Institute, 1872*
These laachines do their work at one-qnBrteEiOf the
cost of the same by hand, and at one-third of fh^ cost
by the best other machinery.
All the Machines already furnished are guying full sat¬
isfaction to the patchasera.
A list of stone yards furnished on application where
these saws are in daily use, and where parties inter¬
ested pan learn the facts. We invite the most thorough
esitntnation^aBthe fact* are beyond credencenntll ffie
operation of'the machine hasremved a personal exam¬
HUGH & JAS. L. YOUNG,
Cor. of 67th St. and Third At.,
"Manufaetarers' and Builders' Bank" Building.
WILLIAMS & MILLER 9
AND WHOLESALE DEALERS IN
Ohio stone fromAmherst and Berea Quarries,
GRANITE, MARBLE, Slq.
Office, Ko. 247 Broadway,
JOSIAH N. CHRISTMAS,
STEAM STONE WORKS
WYTHE AV., COR. RUTLEDGE ST.,
BEOOKLYH, E. D.
The undersigned having recently put np the latest
improved machinery, including the first DIAMOND
1 STONE-SAW CTJT.TER ever erected in this country, is
prepared to work any kind of Freestone. Those having
orders to fill can rely that our late improvements and
unusual facilitiea will insure the utmost «cauracy,
promptness, and economy.
Chas. P. Williams, )
Chas. D. Miller, Jr. j
PLAIN AND ENCAUSTIC,
For Public Buildings and Dwellings,
As laid by us in
The Capitol at Washington,
And in numerous Churches, Banks, and Dv/elllngs In
every part of the country.
Glazed and Enamelled Tiles for Mantels, Hearths,
Wainscoting, &c., and for-Exterior Decoration^
MILLER & COATES,
379 I*ea,rl Street, Ne^v Yorlc
TATE & OSBORNE,
All kinds of American and Imported Mai-ble, Granite,
Cane Stone, Brovsm-Stoue, Ohio and Docchesteivand!-aU
other Stones, cut and set to order in any part of the
country or city.
91st Si 92d STS., SA3T RIVES, NEW YOEK.
We claim to have unusual facilities for doing work
cheaply, accurately, and quicklj', as onr STEAM DIA¬
MOND STONE-SAW CUTTER, the first brpught into
use in this city, worlis most successfully. Those having
business in our line are respectfully invited to inspect
the quality of onr work, and give us an opportunity to
FOR WARMING CHURCHES, SCHOOLS, AND
Ls Powerful, Economical, and ft-ee from Gas.
Highest Award Amerioan Institute, 186&.
ALEX. M. LESLEY, Manutecturer,
934 and 226 West 23d Street, Kew Tork. (Send for book