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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 8, no. 192: November 18, 1871

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. VIII. NEW YOEK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEE 18, 1871. No. 192. A.J. LYNGH & AUCTII^NEEHS REAL ESTATE BROKEES, CORlSrEIl OP PINE. STREET.. TUB Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage. N? 48 EAST I4iy ST SOUTH UNION SQUARE. LOTBEE AT WHOLESALE, .A.3i.i?AisrY, N". -^.y ALSO, LARGE MANUFACTURERS. Orders filled direct from Canada, Michigan, Chicago, and Oswego, via water or rail. PENNSYLYANIA LAND AGENCY. TOWWSEW© IBROTHERS, NO. 62 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. No. 311 Walnut St., I No. 1 Albany Terrace, Phila. I London. ^ Special attention given to purchase and sale of Pennsyl¬ vania Lands. Geological Iteports and Surveys made. Tax¬ es paid. Titles examined. A. KliABER, Steam Marble £ Marbleizing Works, M"QS. 134-AND 136 EAST 18TH STKEET, New York. BET. THIRD.AVE. AND IB,VPNG PLACE. F?^ Mantels, Grates and Fenders, Monuments, Head-stones, Ploor-Tiles, Marble .Compters, and Wamsuoting for Hotels and Panics, etc., etc. WEWMAN E. MOMTROSS, Painters' and Artists' Supplies, Ll 366 and 1368 BKOAU^VAY, Between'37th and;3Sth Streets. 1193 Broadway, Apollo Building, Importer of 'the best and heaviest grades of ■ • PORTLAND CEMENT. The attention of Architects, Engineers, and Builders is called to this superior Cement. lSEISTD WOJEt CIE,CU31.JkJR,.' ARE MADE m EYERY CONCEIVABLE EORM, AND OP THE MOST EFFECTUAL GONSTEUGTION. Are now in use ou many of the finest Buildings in New York and other Eastern cities. Illustrated Sheet and Catalogue on appli¬ cation. 75 EIGHTH AYEWUE. ABRAHAM DOWDNEY, CONTRACTOR, Nos. 205 and 207 East 61st Street, ■Will estimate for the excavation of Hock and Earth, and the rilling of sunken lots. Bnilding Stone and Sand fur¬ nished. nathanikij roe, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, 200 VARICK STREET. Houses lot and rents collected in all parts of the city. Prize EncaustiG and Mosaic Tiling. The undersigned begs to caU attention to the Tiles manu¬ factured by T. & R. b'OOTE, Buislera, StafEordshire, Eng¬ land, for which they have been awarded Prize Medals m aU the World's Pairs ever held. "T. & R. BOOTE, by their patent process, .are making ENCAUSTIC AND PLAIN PLOORING TILES of the hardest texture and the finest tints (equal to Enamel tints), which can be inlaid any depth, ensuring durability, and at a much cheaper rate than hitherto charged." "For Churches, Entrance Halls, Vestibules, &c., &c." Designs and Estimates supplied ^vithout charge, and ex¬ perienced Pavers sent to suit purcha.sera. A large assorted stock always en hand. Samples can be seen at the ollice of EDWARD BOOTE, V3 IMiixray Street, I^Tew York. llarble men supplied at low rates. Wells' Patent and all other kinds of Copper and Gal¬ vanized Iron. Not au accident in 20 years. American Fence Co. Pence; H. B. Brown's "Always Cool;" Stove Lifters and Stove Dampers at wholesale and retail. MAETIN WELLS Ss CO., aeneral Agents, 55 Dey St., New York; or, 36 Elison St., Paterson, N.J. R. W. FORBES & CO., LTJIMBER OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, FOR SHIPPING OR DOMESTIC USE, AT WHOLESALE OR BETAIL. ""ST St,'SCCLy CORNER OP WEST 29Tir STREET & llTll AVENtlE. 33o-^Tsraa.■■-fto-sTcr2X Ofiac©, 14 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET. MAHTJFACTTJREaS' ANB BITILDERS' FIRE mSURAUCE CO. CASH CAPITAL, . . . §200,000. Principal Office, No. 207 BROADWAY. Branch Offices, No. 890 Third Avenue, and Avenue C, cor. Tth St. Insures against loss or damage by fire on the most reasonable terms. EDWARD V. LOEW, President. J. JAT NESTELL, Secretary. jrOHlV TRIMBIiE & SON, Mahogany & Lumber Dealers, llTH AVENUE, Cob. 24TfI STEEET. Walnut, Oak, Ash, Cherry, Cedar, Butternut, Maple. CHOUSE PAINTERS, S^ecorators, etc. SPECIAL DESIGNS POR Church Furniture, etc. New York. A. M. IlAMItll^SON, Union Carpet-Cleaning Machine. 9 East 19th St., bet. Broadway and PtEth ave., New York. (Established in 1861.) Cai'pets taken up, cleaned, and re- laid. Every Carpet cleaned by this Machine is cleaned nnder the personal super\'ision.oE the Pi-o'prietor. Carpets aro thoroughly beaten by this Machine free from all dust and motlis. Carpets carefully packed and preserved from tha moth and kept on storage on reasonable terms. No charge for Cartage to any part of the city. Orders by post promptly attended to. A. N. HANKINSON, Proprietor. G.B. SANFORD, PLftIN ftHRNAMENTAl PLASTERER, 17tli Street aiid 7tl» Ave., View York. Centre Plowers, Trusses, Pendants, Medallions, Cornice and Panel Enrichments, etc. Contracts to any extent taken in all parts of the coimtry. N.B.—AU country orders boxed and carefully packed. Jobbing and repairing of every description done at th« shortest notice. Box KB, MECII.V^^CS AKB Tr.a.ders' ExcirAXGE. MANUiMCXUBEBS OP Bronze Door-Knobs. Buffs and Locks, AND DEALEKS Iff :e3: ua. ^l x> '^T^jk. i?l des, 229 THIRD AVE., NEW YORK. JEstitnates given. S LE MANUPACTURERS OP Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, DROP SHOT, BUCK SHOT/BAR LEAD, &c. No. 60 DUANE STREET, Cor. JElm Street, NETV .ITORK. JAMES McCULLOUGH, President.