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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 4, no. 94: January 1, 1870

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE Vol IV. No. 16.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 1870. [Whole No. 94. A WATER-CLOSET WORTHT OF THE NAME. ALFRED IVERS' PATENT ANTI-FREEZING, SELF- ACTING, INODOROUS WATER-CLOSET. Cannot, freeze, leak, or become offensive. Requires no liiinian aid in its operation. Keeping perfectly clean with half the water that must leak from all other Water- Closets. ALFRED IVERS, Plumher, 310 Fourth Avenue. ACKERMAN & BORKEL, Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornices and Mouldings, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, No. 143 WORTH STREET-, NEW YORK. GALVANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all sizes con- itantly on hand, and for sale to tho trade in quantities to suit, in lengths, or put together. John II. Austen, Auctioneer. HAZARD, APTHORP & CO., Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, 110 Broadavay, THexv "Sorb.. ■Will sell at auction, at the Real Estato Salesroom, 111 Broadway, every description of REAL ESTATE, CITY AND COUNTEY. New York Ofkioe, 110 BnoAnwAT; Boston Office, Boston Post Bdilding; Newport, Bellevoh Avenue. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED i letters-patent, dated May 25th, 1S69, for their im- liriivemcnt in the fronts of huil'dings, are now prepared to grant licenses to founders,and builders intending to make good work. ' ' ' Aplily to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon Row, Xew York. JOHN ALEXANDER, NATH. J. BURCUELL. Tlie undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a Block of patterns and machinery for finishing. Apply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington streets, Greenpoint. .TOHN ALEXANDER. Cixr OF New Yoek, Department of Finance, BUKEAU OF the RECEIVER OF TAXES, CouRT-HousE, Park, No. 32 Chambers street, November 5, I860. TO TAXPAYERS.—NOTICE IS HEREBY J- Riven that one per cent, will be added to all taxes Unpaid on the December; also, an additional one per «nt. on December 15. On all taxes remaining unpaid on January 1, interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per an- Min, calculated from the day the books were received by "le Receiver of Taxes to the day of payment, will _be wdeil. No money will be received after two o'clock,' p.m. Oflice hours from S to 2 p.m. . - , J. V/ ^ BERNARD SMYTHE, Eeceiver. HEALEY IRON WORKS, Corner Nortli Fourtli and Fiftli Streets, BROOKLYN, E. D. Manufactory of ■ ■ IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS. SILLS, LINTELS, COLUMNS. GIRDERS, AND EVERY STYLE OF RAILING. J. I. & J. F. HEALEY. TILE AGEWCY- ESTABLISHED 1841. DUN, BARLOW & CO. R. a. DUN & CO. The purpose of the Mercantile Agency is to proonre and keep on record such information as will enable parties .' whogrant Credit to decide whom it is safe to trust, and whom it is wise to avoid. It has sought to substitute for the tardy and often insuflicient results of individual investigation, a system whereby the labor of vast numbers in gleaning information is centred, and made accessible to all who choose to avail themselves of it. It is not an experiment, but by an existence of over a quarter of a century, during which time it has had the support of two-third^of tho mercantile ' comnmnity in the centres of trade,'it has demonstrated its usefulness and general rellnbUity. If it had been an unsafe guide, if its influence had been other than beneflcial, it would long ago have ceased from want of support. To-day It is far more extensive, possesses better facilities, and is more complete in its arrangements than ever before. Every fact which is gleaned, every item that is recorded,^add8 value to the storo of information already accumulated; while the characters that men have made for themselves as time has passed are found faithfully daguerrotyped in our records. There are many persons who content themselves with a Book of Ratings, and from it too hastily conclude what the Agency can do for them. This is a great mistake. While the Reference Book Issued by ns is confidently ofl'ered to the . Public as the most complete, accurate, and useful aid of tho kind ever published, it should be understood that we do not by any means intend it as a substitute for this detailed information on our Office Records, which for minuteness, din- crimination, and characterization afford an insight into the peculiarities of each case, which a classification or division into groups can never be made to reach. -Indeed, tho Reference Book bears mnch the same relation to the recorded . details that a photograph picture of an assembly of persons bears to portraits taken singly. In the one case the personal identity is but faintly or with difficulty traced; in the other it is a portrait with all the lineaments and peculiarities of the subject, and it cannot be mistaken for any other person. We invito the special attention ofall parties to whom this . Circular is sent, to the scope, character,'and reliability of this information, conscious of its intrinsic value and useful¬ ness to all who give credit. Wo aro glad at all times to submit to any reasonable test as to the accuracy and fulness of our reports, by parties' who contemplate subscribing.. To that end we invite a call at our oflice as below. Tub Refeiience Book is issued twice a year—in January and July—and a weekly sheet of corrections sent to each holder of the Book., Six different editions of this work are issued, viz.: The General Book, the Western, Eastern, Southern, Canadian, an'd a Book of Cities. Pocket Editions of various States, for the use of Commercial Travellers, ore also regularly issued. All subscribers to the Agency are entitled to the Reference Book, unless otherwise specially arranged. Terms made known and specimen copies to bo seen at any of our offices. DUN, BARLOW & CO., 335 Broadavay, New ITorlc. DEWIUTH'S PATENT CLASS LIGHTS. Patented Septembei' 22d, 18G8. REVOLUTION IN THE SYSTEM OF ILLUMINATING OF- T^^, FICKS BANKS, CHURCHES, RESTAURANTS, DWEL- fe^^ LINGS, STEAMBOATS, AND RAILROAD CARS; ALSO ^■=«°=' -FOR SIGNAL LIGHTS AND LANTERNS. INCREASED LIGHT OF EXQUISITE SOPTNESS. BEAUTIFUIi COMBINATION OF COIiOKS. Augmented Translucency without Transparency. IF FRACTURED, CHEAPLY REPAIRED. See articles in "Scientific American," Oct 16 and 23,1SG9. For further particulars address VICTOR E. MAUGER, 110 Reade St., N. Y. NEW YORK STONE WORKS. Office, 75 William St., New Tork. First Premium at the Exhibition of the American Institute, 1809. The attention of Architects, Builders, and the public is called to our ARTIFICIAL STONE, BROWN STONE TILES, for court-yards and areas. '' SinEWALKs, lu ono piece of any length.. . IilENOUTnio Flooks, for cellars, factories, and stables. House Fronts, in Brown, Nova Scotia, and Ohio Free Stone, plain and highly ornamented. CoriNO, a new pattern, improved. CuKBiNG, any length, in one piece. OuNAME.^■T8 and Statues, for gardens and cemeteries. We gu.irantee tho durability and strength of our Abti- FiciAi. Stone, and refer to Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Donnelj-, Disbrow, Whitfield, Coburn, Spratt, builders, and many other gentlemen in the building tr.-ide. Tlie price of our is from 25 to 75 per cent, cheaper than any cut stone in this market. Send for price-list to 75 William ■'''"■ BANDMAN, HOLLMAN & CO. GEO. P. FOX'S SONS, No. 47 Amity St., three blocks from Broadway, TAILORS, and Importers of FINE FOREIGN CLOTHS AND FABRICS'. SPECIALTIES: IiATEST FASHIONS, BEST FABRICS, PERFECT-FITTING GARMENTS, LOWEST PRICES. Testimonials from celebrated citizens who have patron¬ ized our establishment will attest our claims in the above' specialties. Save Thirty per cent, by walking tbre» blocks from Broadway. Alili GAKITIENTS WARRANTED. l^-t '-I i;v!j! - i. ■ %\fA 'W^-^'^ 11 lyx %:\\