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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 4, no. 99: February 5, 1870

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. "O" ^3^ E^ Xj El IS/K. E3 KT T?. Vol. IV. No. 21.] NEW YOEK, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1870. [Whole No. 99. J. COLE, AUCTIONEEE. POSITIVE SALE OF PROSPECT PARK liOTS, AND Third Avenue Property. James Cole's Son will sell on Wednebu.u-, Feb. 9, at 12 M„ at the Cominorcial E.xchange, No. 3C0 Fulton street, opposite the City Hall, Brooklyn, tho following property: VALUAHLB BniLUINO LOTS NEAB PnOBPECT PAKK, FIFTH AVENUE,-ANn BEKGEN STREKT. •• - "-.5th-Avenifo'an'd Bergen Street—1 lots, southeast corner. ( Bergen street—3 lots in rear of above. ' •; Bergen street-iSlJts; south side,'4S'feet 10 inches west of Flatbush avenue. .-The above lots.are surrounded by first-class improvements^ VALUABLE BUSINESS .LOTS ON TIIIEl) AVENUE, TWENTY- SKCOND ANI) TWENTY THIBD STREETS. ' 8d .ivcnue—8 lot.s, east side, between 22d and 23d streets. I 22d street—2 lots, south side, in rear of .above. 28d street—6 lots, noi-th side, in re-nr of above. •. - - g^" Maps and full particulars at the office of the auc¬ tioneer, set) Fulton street, Brooklyn. AI.EX. McGBECS^OB, Practical Mason and Plasterer, OFFICE, 124 WEST 24TII ST., (Bet. Si.Kth and Seventh Avenues), NEW YORK. Being long established and favorably known in the city, he'takes-this method of informing owners of property, builders, and others wanting repairs done or alterations made, that they willfind.ifc to. their advantage to send by mail or leave their orders with him, as he makes jobbing a specialty. . ■ ■ • • All work done iii (he hest and most economical manner possible, thereby-saving a'large percentage to parties patronizing him. - ■. ■Jobbing wbrkofevery'description promptly done. All orders hy miail (from responsible parties only) should bo sent from one to throe days ahead. . . Estimates promptly furnished, or work done on small percentage. . -■ ■■ . ' '■■ A. ROUX $L SON, 827 and 829 BROADWAY. FACTORY: 161, 163, and 165 West 18tin St. Wood Mantels, Mirror Frames, WAINSCOTINCJ, DOOES, CEILINGS, AND FLOOES. Designs and eatim.itc3 furnished. JouN II, Austen, Auctioneer. HAZARD, APTHORP & CO., Real Estate Brokers and Auctioneers, 110 Broadway, NowTTorlc. Will sell at auction, at tho Real Estate Salesroom, 111 Broadway, every description of REAL ESTATE, CITY AND COUNTRY. New York Ofkice. 110 Broadway; Boston OrncE, Boston PobT Building; Newport, Bellevue Avenue. ACKERMAN & BORKEL, Manufacturers of Galvanized Iron Cornices and Mouldings, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, No. 143 WORTH STREET, NEW YORE. . TO THE "WORKING.CLASS.—W0 ore now prepared to fuminh all classes with constant employment at home, tho whole of the time or for the spare moments. Businc'sanew, light and protitablc. Fcnona of either sex easily earn from *7c. to 90pcr eTeninp, and a proportional sum by deToUnR Iheir whole time to the business. Boys and girls earn nearly ■'' as much aa men.' That all who sec this notice may send their addrcs.i, and teat the buBincss, we make this unparalleled offer: Tosuch asare not well antisfied, we will send $1 to pny ' for tlic trouble ofwriting. Full particulars, a valuable eom- ?lo which, will do to cnmmcnce work on, and a copy of Tha 'eople'a 'Liternrp Companion----one of the largest and best family newspapers published—all sent free by moil. Bender, iryou want nermanent, prnfltoble work, addresa rg. C. ALLEN & CO., Adqusta, Maine NINE'LOTS AT THE FOOT OF >^ST Twenty-ninth street, North river, to let fo'r a term of years, with use of pier and hnlkbead; suitable for Brick. Coal, Or Lumber Yard. Apply to ■ 11. A. CRANE. i Foot West SOth st. THE UNDEESIGNED IIAVING EECEIVED letters-tpatent, dated May 25th, 1SC9, for their im¬ provement Irf tho fronts of buildings, arenow prepared to grant licenses to founders and builders intendinjj to mako good work.' -• x. '" -Apply: toour Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon Row, New York. JOHN ALEXANDER, NATII. J. BURCUELL. The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on tliTs plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a stock of patterns and machinery for flnishiufr. Apply at the Foundry, corner^of Quay and Washington B treets, Greenpoint. • • • - ■ ;^ JOHN-ALEXANDER. GALVANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all sizes con¬ stantly on hand, and for sale to the trade in quantities to suit, in lengths, or put together. NEW YORK STONE WORKS. Office, 75 William St., New York. First Premium at the Exhibition of the American Institute, 1S60. The attention of Architects. Builders, and the public is called to our ARTIFICIAL STONE, BROWN STONE TILES, for court-yards and areas. SiBEWALKs, in one piece of any length. JIONOMTiiic Floors, for cellars, factories, and stables. House Fronts, in Brown, Nova Scotia, and Ohio Free¬ stone, plain and highly ornamented. Coping, a new pattern, improved. CtJRBiNG, any length, in one piece. Orname.sts und Statues, for gardens and cemeteries. We guarantee the durability and strengtii of our Auti- FioiAL Stone, and refer to Messrs. Fitzpatrick, Donnely, Disbrow, Whitfield, Coburn, Sjjratt, 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 street. BANDMANN, HOLLMAN & CO. 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. City op New York, Department of Finance, ) Bdreau of the Receiver of Taxb.s, f CouRT-HousE, Park, . T No. 82 Chambers street. November 5,1869. ) TO TAXPAYEES.—NOTICE IS HEEEBY given that one per cent, will be added to all taxes unp.iid on the 1st December; also, an additional one per cent, on December If). On all taxes remaining unpaid on January 1, interest at the rate of twelve per cent, per an¬ num, calculated from the day the books were received by the Receiver of Ta.\es to the day of payment, will bo added. No money will be received after two o'clock, r.M. Offico hours from 8 to 2 r.M. . . a' I /' BERNARD SMYTHE, Escolvar. HEATING APPARATUS. S. FARRER & CO., £3 x>sr C3^ X j^r ie: £3 XI. Sy 212 Grand St., New York. Manufacturers of HIGH AND LOW PRESSURE .' .'' STEAM-HEATING APPARATUS, For warming and ventilating Hotels^ Private Residences, ChurcJies, Sc/iools, Stores,' Factones, Steamers, d-c. S T E A M FIT TIN aV PLUJIBING AND GAS FITTING. • " Send for Illustrated Catalogue." \| ACGEEGOE'S IMPEOVED HEATING FURNACES, COOKING RANGES, Caldrons, Batbs, and JTapanncd IWare. H. METCALF, M117 Beekman street. New York. •] HEATERS AND RANGES. ' SANFOED'S PATENT CHALLENGE HEATEES, Set in Brick ob PoBTAnLE. TUE IMPROVED NEW YORK FIRE-PLACE HEATER, BEACON LIGHT BASE-BURNER, CHALLENGE KITCHEN BAJ70ES. NATIONAIi STOVE IVORKS, 239 & 241 WATER STREET, N. T. ADAITI IffAHIPTOM, » Manufactuuer of GRATES, FENDERS, & PIRE-PLAOH HEATERS, No. eo GOLD STREET. (Bet. Fulton and Beekman Sta.) New Yore. EstublisJied, 1820. T>AEEY & LANE, FUENACES AND. ■"'■'"■■■ RANGES^ '^ ......"■""'\ '■ ;' METAL CORNICES AND ROOFING, Cor. 69th Street and 8d Avenne, ' • ' New Yoek. Van NOTE *&■ s'oln;,. Grate, Fender, and FIre-PIacc Heater MANUFACTURERS. > . 4M Canal Steeet, neab Vabiok, New Yobk. W. M. Van Note. A. 8. Vax Notx. THE BIGELOW BLUE STONE COMPANY. A. B. KELLOGG, AGENT, Miners, Manufactukers and Wuolesale Dealex? v$ NORTH RIVER RLUE STONE, MALDEN, ULSTER CO., AND 14 PINE ST., N. T. Fbgging, Curbing, Gutters, Sills, Llntela, Tiling, etc., •hipped to all pnrt» of the United Statas Jic South Amerios. r. ( f t !' Fly.