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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE
NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JULY 25, 1874.
FOR FACTORIES, PUBLIC AND PRIVATE
Iron Pipes and Fittings for Steam, Water, and Gas.
RUTZLER & IVES,
No. 135 CENTRE STREET,
JACOB APPELL & CO.,
REAL ESTATE BROKERS
271 -WEST 23d STREET,
Comer Eicrhth Avenue, NEW TORK.
Care of Estates and collection of Rents a specialty.
City and Country property for sale or to let. Money to
loan on bond and mortgage. A successful business
record of eighteen years aa reference to those in want of
J. BENHAM & CO.,
REAL ESTATE ATTORNEYS.
266 West Tweaty-Tliird Street.
Rents collected, Real Estate Bought, Sold, and Ap¬
Safety Hotel and Store
Accidents avoided if Rope, Belt, and Engine hreak.
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',
Planter-s', Wreckers', Miners', Builders' Pumping and
Hoistin? Outfits. Address WM. D. ANDREWS &
BRO., 414 Water Street, New York.
Brown's Cable Carriages for Coal Yards, Mines, Quar¬
ries, &c., &c.
L. C. HILDRETH,
Granite for Buildings, Granite Sidewalks, Monuments,
Cemetery Lots enclosed with Posts and Bars or Cop-
lugs, &c. ^
Quincy, Scotch, Maine, and Connecticut
NOBLE STREET, near Franklin,
GREENPOINT, L. I.
Box 51 Mechanics' and Traders' Exchange, New York.
For E, M. BOYNTON'S PAT. LIGHT¬
NING SAVk/S, iiddr«s 80 Ucekiimu Slroet, N.Y.
I Beware of infringeiiienis. Gi'iiuine will cut three timea
JAS fast as aa axe. A 6-rt. cross cut, $6. Send for as
nUustrated Cntalogue, mailed free.
R. W. FORBES,
LUMBER OP 3SVERY DESCRIPTION
for SHIPPING or DOMESTIC USE,
At Wholesale or Retail.
Yard, Cor. of West 29th Street and 11th Ave..
14 south: wii,ziam street.
TATE & OSBORNE,
All kinds of American and Imported Marble, Granite,
Cane Stone, Bro\vn Stone, Ohio and Dorchester, and all
other Stones, cut and set to order in any part of the
country or city.
91st & 92d STS., EAST ElVEB, NEW YORK.
We claim to have unusual facilities for doing work
cheaply, accurately, and quickly, as our STEAM DIA¬
MOND STONE-SAW CUTTER, the first brought into
use in this city, works most successfully. Those having
business in our line are respectfully invited to inapecS
the quality of oai work, and give na an opportunity to
m^e eetiinates. " .
HUBERS & MADDEN,
STEAM STONE WORKS,
BROWN, DORCHESTER, OHIO, AJVD RUBBED
CHARLES HUBER, residence, Lexington Avenuei
between Sixty-ninth and Seventieth streets.
WILLLa.M O. MADDEN, residence, No. 1523 Sec¬
Manufacturers' & Builders'
AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $500,000,
THIRD AVENUE, Cor. 57th Street.
JOHN DAVIDSON, HENRY J. BURCHELL,
C. A. WATERBURY, Cashier.
DAVID MORGAN. SAMUEL COOPER.
LEANDER ST'.NE. JOHN SEXTON.
JOHN J. BURCHELL. MICHAEL MURKAY.
DAVID BABCOCK. WILLIAM BAIRD.
WILLIAM A. BUTLER. G. L. SCHUYLER.
N. A. WILLIAMS. NATH'L. BURCHELL.
WILLIAM P. PARSONS. JOHN D. MOLL.
GOODWBN & DREW,
lOS and 110 West 25th Street.
JOSIAH N. CHRISTMAS,
STEAM STONE WOEKS
WYTHE AV.,COR. RUTLEDGE ST.,
BROOKLYN, E. D.
The undersig:ned having recently put up the latest
improved machinery, including the first DIAMOND
STONE-SAW CUTTER ever erected in this country, is
prepared to worlt any kind of Freestone, Brown, Ohio,
and Dorchester Stone. Those having orders to fill can
rely that our late improvements will insure the utmost
promptness and economy.
JOHN M. MUELLER, Proprietor.
STONK-TAKD AKD STEAM-MIIiL
S. W. cor. 11th Avenue and 60th St., N. Y.
BLOCK AND SAWED STONE,
Sills, Lintels, and Water Tables at lower rates than at
any other yard. Sawing for the trade.
WYLLYS H. WARNER,
HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE
Steam Heating & Ventilating
1X3 Xjeoxx^3:^c3. St.
LOW PRESSURE Steam Warming with the OPEN
BOILER, wliich is POSITIVELY' KON-BXPLOslVE
under any possible conditions, and free from the danger
of Superheating the Steam, has been a specialty Tor
tliirteen years. Send for descriptive pamphlet, with
references. Over 1,OOO in use In the coldest sections
of the country.
DIAMOND SAW MACHINES
THE GREAT MEDAL OF HONOR
American Institute, 18*72.
HUGH YOUNG, Stone Cutter, and Manufacturer oi
Diamond Saw Machines, solicits orders in both branches
of his business.
In Stone Cutting he hopes to receive a fair share of
the trade of the city, believing that his business, as or¬
ganized, combines as many advantages of experience,
tastefulness, and mechanical facilities as can be found.
His Diamond Saw business Is also thoroughly organ¬
ized No invention for preparing stone for the Ballding
Trade has ever been so well and promptly received as
this. As economists of room, stone, labor, aud power,
these machines are unrivalled. They are without prac¬
tical drawbacks, easily kept in order, and have extraor¬
dinary range of usefulness and value.
OPJPICE AND STONE TABD,
Toot of East 117tli Street,
WILLIAMS & MILLER,
QUARRYIMEN AND WHOLESALE DEALERS
IN BUILDING STONE,
From Amherst, Berea, Berlin, and Independence
Offi.ce, No. 247 Broadway.
Specimens at Ofiice.
Chas. P. Williams, )
Chas. D. Miller, Jr. f
R. MINTON TAYLOR'S.
39 Murray Street.
PLAIN AND ENCAUSTIC,
For PuWic buildings and DwellingSj
As laid hy us in
The Capitol at Washingtorij^
And in numerous Churches, Banks, and Dwellings in
every part of the country.
Glazed and Enamelled Tiles for Mantels, Hearths,
Wainscoting, &c., and for Exterior Decoration.
ayo T"earl Street, TS&yr Yorlci