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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 3, no. 75: August 21, 1869

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'■J AND BUILDEKS' GUIDE. yoL.nL No. 23.] NEW YORK, SATURDAY, AUG-UST 21, 1869. [Whole No. 75. GEORGE HAYES, Patentée and Builder of IRON SKYLIGHTS, VENTILATORS, CONSERVATO- KIES, CRTSTAL PALACE, AND RAT AND FIEE PROOF BUILDINGS, STATION- -YRY AND PORTABLE, ON AN entirely NEW AND I.MPROVTÎD PRINCIPLE. THE "HAYES EOOFING" IS" THE BEST AND CHEAPEST FOR FIRE-PROOF ROOFING IN: THE MARKET, AND IS WOETH CONSIDERATION. IIUDSON RIVER IROW "W^ORKS, . Nos.'807 AND 369 WIÎST ELEVENTH ST., Bet. West and Washington Sts., Box 23, Mechanics' Exchango. NEW YORK. FOR SALE. —GATES AVENUE PROP- orty.—The house and ton full lots, corner of Gates and Ealph avenues, 125 feot on Gates, running through to Monroe street, having a front of 200 feet on Ealph avenue; will sell the house and four lots by itself, if desired; by sub-dividing there can be made ten lots of 20xT5 feet each on west sido of Rîtlph avenue, leaving the house ahd.50.x200 foet, with a frame stable and barn in the rear. Thè, houso is in good order ; hot and cold water throughout; gas in every room; bathroom and water closets ; twelvo rooms besides cellar ; garden in fine order, fully planted with vegetables; an abundance of small fruit; cars pass the door; possession when desired ;will bo. sold on reasonable terms, as owner is going to leave town. For further particulars apply to H. D..SMITH, Office of " Estate Record," - lOC Broadway, N. Y. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED letters-patent, dated May25th, 1869, for their im- l)rovement in the fronts of buifdings, are now priépared to grant licenses to founders and bnilders intending to mako good work. Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon Eow, New York. JOHN ALEXANDER, ' NATH. J, BURCHELL.: The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on thîs plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a stock of patterns and m.achinery for flnishing. Apply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington streets, Greenpoint. JOHN ALEXANDER. "TTT'ANTED.—A FARM OF NOT MORE VV than forty acres, with a plain house thereupon, Must not bo moro than 100 miles from this city—tho nearer the better. Cash will be p.aid for any place which will suit the fancy of tho purcliaser. Address, stating lowest cash i)rice, j. J., World ofiice. HEATING APPARATUS. ABAM ÏÏAMPTOW, MANUFACTUREn OF GRATES, FENDBRS, & FIRE-PLAOE HEATERS, No. 60 G-OLT) STRKET, (Bot. Fulton and Beekman Sts.) Nkw York. Establis7ied, 1826. .M^ "OARRY &.LANE, FURNACES AND ÊANGES; METAL COENICES AND EOOFING, Cor. 6Dth Street and 8d Avenue, New York. HEATERS AND RANGES. SANFORD'S PATENT'ciÂLLENGE HEATEES, Set IN Brick or Portaule. THE IMPROVED NEW YOEK FIRE-PLACE HEATER, BEACON LIGHT BASE-BURNER, CHALLENGE KITCHEN EANGES. NATIONAL STOVE WORKS, 239 & 241 WATER STEEET, N. Y. FURNrrURE. J. &R.LAMB, Church & Gothic FURNITURE, Ecclesiastical Décora¬ tions, Etc., 59 CARMINE ST. N.B.—Sixth Ave. Cars pass the Door. " Van NOTE & SON, Grate, Foudor, and FJûre-Placc Heater MANUFACTUEEES. T4.34 Canal Street,, neak Taeick, New York. \V^. M. Yan Note. A. 8. Van Note. B. SMITH, MANUFACTURER OP AND DEALER IN GRATES, FENDERS, AND IMPROVED FIEE-PLACE HEATEES. 213 Grand Street, near Mott Street, New Tork. ■jl/fACGREGOR'S IMPROVED HEATING FURNACES, COOKING RANGES, Cauldrons, Batlis, and Japanned Ware. H. METCALF, 117 Beekman street, Now York. S. FARRER & CO., DES 3Sr C3ma-E33EÏDEl.S, 212 Grand St., New York. Manufacturers of HIGH AND LOW PRESSUEE STEAM-HEATING APPARATUS, For roarming and ventilating Hotels, Private Résidences, G7iurc7ies, Sc7iools, Stbi'es, Factories, Steamei-s, <èc. STEAM FITTING. PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING. " Send for Illustrated Catalogue." - FUENITUEE. Î?URNITURE OF ELEGANT STYLE AND FINISH, ? AT EEDUCED PRICES, AT F. KRUTINA'S Manufactory and Warerooms, NOS. 96 ANÏ) 98 EAST HOUSTON STREET, Between Bowery and Second Avenue. C®- ALL GOODS WAEEANTED. IMPROVED STABIiX: FIXTURES PHŒNIX COACH & LIGHT CARRIAGE MANUFACTOEY. . Cor. State & JBoeriana sts., Brooklyn. I>. DALYa Pboprietor. NEW COAL YARD, (Cor. of 115th street and Ist ave., Harlem.) The best quality of LOCUST MOUNTAIN, EED ASH and LEHIGH COAL always on hand and at the lowest market prices. ^ JOHN O'BEIEN. n SEND FOR ILLUSTRATED CATALOGUE. J. W. FÏSKE. 120 Nassan Strect, NEW YORK M.inufatturer of OItiVAME]\TAL. ÏBÎOIV WOilK, IRON STABJLE FIXTURES, of tbo most .ni>i«roved designs. IRON AND TVIRl? RAILINGS, IttAN- SARD ROOF, CRESTINGS, COPPER,^ WEATHER VANES, &c., See, All tho abovo aro ofifercd at reduced rates.