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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 4, no. 98: January 29, 1870

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. IV. No. 20.] NEW YORK, SATUEDAY, JANUARY 29, 1870. [Whole No. 98. ALEX. McGregor, Practical Mason and Plasterer, OFFICE, 124 AVEST 24TH ST., (Bet. Si.xth and Seventh Avenues), NEW YOEK. Being long established and favorably known in the city, lie takes!!this:methodof informing OAvners of property, l)uilders,'and • others'wanting-repairs done or. alterations made, tbat'tlieyrwillfind'ittp'their advantage to :send by mail or leave their orders with him, as he makes jobbing a .■ipeeialty. All work done in the best and most economical manner possible, thereby saving a large percentage to parties liatronizing him.. Jobbing work of every description i)romptly done. AU orders by mall (from responsible parties only) should be sent from one to three days .nhcid. Estimates promptly furnished, or work done on small percentage. 1^ JoiiN H. ArsTEN, Auctioneer. HAZARD, APTHORP & CO., Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, 110 Broadway, Ncnv York. Will sell at .luction, at tho Real Estato Salesroom, 111 Broadway, every description of REAL ESTATE, CITY AND COUNTEY. Nkw York Office. 110 Bkoadway; Boston Offiob, Boston Post BDiLniNO; Nf.wport, Bellkvitb Avenue. ACKERMAN & BORKEL, Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornices and Mouldings, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, No. 143 WORTH STREET, NEW YORK. TO THE WORKING CLASS.—VTc arc now prepared to furnish nil classes with constant employment at home, the whole of the time or for the spare moments. Business new, light and profitable. Persons of cither sex easily cam from flJc. to $5 per cvcninR, and a proportional sum by devotin;; their whole time totne business. Boys and girls earn nearly asmuchasmen. Thatallwhoscc this notice may send their address, and test the business, we make this unparalleled offer: ToBUch asare not well satisfied, wc will send $1 to pay for the trouble ofwriting. Full particulars, a valuable sam- ?Io which will do to commence work on, and a copy of Tha 'eople'a LUeran/ Companion-----one of the largest and best-family newspapers published—all sent free oy mail. Reader, ifyou want permanent, prolitablowork, address E. C. ALLEN & CO., Acopsta, Maise NINE LOTS AT THE FOOT OF ^YB&T Twenty-ninth street, North river, to let for a term of years, with use of pier and bnlkhead; suitable for Brick. Coal, or Lumber Yard.. Apply to II. A. CRANE, Foot AVest SOth St. GALYANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all sizes con¬ stantly on hand, and for s.ilc to the trade in qnantities to suit, in lengths, or put together. A WATEK-CLOSET WORTHY "OF THE NAME. ALFRED IVEES' PATENT ANTI-EREEZING, SELF- ACTING, INODOROUS^ WATER-CLOSET. Cannot freeze, leak, or become oifensive. Requires no human' aid in its operation." Keeping perfectly clean -with half-the'"water tbat'must leak from'all' otber'Water- Closots. J. ;:: ;.i : ..... ALFEED lYEES, Plumber, 310 Fourth' Avenue. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING: RECEIVED letters-patent,';: dated-MaySSthi 1869,,.for: their im¬ provement in the fronts of buildings,, arenow prepared to grant licenses to founders and'bnndersintcndingto make good work. '- ' !.,..;. - • 1 •. • • - Apply to our Patent Attorney,: T.; D. Stetson, 5 Tryon Row: New York, JOHN ALEXANDER,? ■ • ■ NATH. Ji^ BUECHELL., The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on- this plan in the best manner-.andat the shortest'notice. Has a stock of patterns'and machinery for,finishing. Apply a't' the .Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington streets, Greenpoint.' •, : ' . JOHN ALEXANDEE. ; HEALEY IRON WOEKS, ~ Corner Nortli Fourtli and FiftU Streets, BROOKLYN, E.D. Manufactory of IRON WORK FOR BUILDINGS. SILLS, LINTELS, COLUMNS, GIRDERS, AKD EVERY STYLE OF RAILING. NEW YORK STONE WORKS. OflBce, 75 William St., New York. First Premium, at the Exhibition of the Amencan Institute, 1S09. The attention of Architects, Builders, and the public is called to our ARTIFICIAL STONE, BROWN STONE TILES, for court-yai'ds and areas. Sidewalks, in one piece of any length. Moxolithio Floors, for cellars, factories, and st.ables. House Fronts, in Brown, Nova Scotia, and Ohio Free¬ stone, jdaln and highly ornamented. Coping, a new pattern, improved. Curbing, any length, in one piece. • Ornaments and Statues, for gardens and cemeteries. We guarantee the durability and strength of onr Arti¬ ficial Stone, and refer to Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Donnely, Disbrow, Whitfield, Coburn, Spratt, builders, and many other gentlemen in the building trade. The price of our material is from 25 to 75 per cent, cheaper than any cut stone in this market. Send for price-list to 75 William BANDMANN, HOLLMAN & CO.l MACKEY & SON, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, 07 West Twenty-eighth street, between Sixth and Seventh avenues. New York. Jobbing promptly attended to. Metal cornices and gutters. GEO. P. FOX'S SONS, No. 47 Amity St., three blocks from Broadway, T A I L O Ii S , and Importers of FINE FOREIGN CLOTHS AND FABRICS. SPECIALTIES: liATEST FASHIONS, BFST FABRICS, PERFECT-FITTING GARMENTS, LOWEST PEICES. Testimonials from celebrated citizens who liave patron¬ ized our establishment will attest our claims in the above specialties. Save Thirty per cent by walking threo blocks from Broadway.. J. I. & J. P. HEALEY. Alili GARMENTS WARKANTED. HEATING APPARATUS. S. FARRER & CO., :E:]NrG^X3Nr:Es:E:xi.Sy 212 Grand St., New York. Manufacturers of HIGH AND LOW PEESSUEE STEAM-HEATING APPARATUS, Far toarming and ventilating Hotels,-Private Residences, Churches, Schools, Stores, . • Factories, Steamers, <&c. / STEAM FITTING, PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING. " Send for niustrated Catalogue." "IV/TACGIIEGOR'S niPEOVED HEATING FURNACES, COOKING RANGES, Caldrons, Batlis, and Japanned "Ware. n. METCALF, M17 Beekman street. New York. HEATERS AND RANGES. SANFOED'S PATENt'cHALLENGE HEATEES, Set in Beick oe Poetable. THE IMPEOVED NEW TOEK FIEE-PLACE HEATEE, BEACON LIGHT BASE-BUENEE; CHALLENGE KITCHEN EANGES. NATIONAIi STOVE TTORKS, 239 A; 241 WATEE STEEET, N. T; AI>AM .IIAMPTO]^, Makufactuiiee or GRATBS, FENDERS, & FIRE-PLAOE HEATERS, No. eo GOTjTD STREBT, (Bet. Fulton and Beekman Sts.) New Toek. Established, 1826. •DARBY & LANE, FURNACES AND EANGES, METAL COENICES AND EOOFING, Cor. S9th Street and 8d Avenue, New Toek. Van note & so-n, Grate, Fender, and FIre-Placo Seater MANUFACTUEEES. 434 Camai. Steeet, hsae Vaeiok, New Toek. W. M. Van Note. , A. 8. Van Note. THE BIGELOW BLUE STONE COMPANY. A. B. KELLOGG, AGENT, MiKEES, Maxufactueers and Wholesale Dealexs in NORTH RIVFR BI^VF STONE, MALDEN, ULSTEE CO., ANT) 14 PINE ST., N. T. Flagging, Curbing, Gutters, SiUs, Lintels, llllng, etc., shipped to all parts of the United States & Sonth America. ' i. M'r i t J r. \'\' ( i-i' f i. ., . e I '! i '■.. 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