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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 5, no. 105: March 19, 1870

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^: -t><^ AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. Y. . NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 19, 1870. •No. 105. J. Johnson, Jr., Auctioneer. JOHNSON. & MILLER, AUCTIONEERS AND REAL ESTATE' BROKEltS, No. 25 Nassau Street, corner of Cedar, New York. f^~ City and Country Eeal Estate at Public and Pri¬ vate Sale. Loans on Mortgage negotiated. Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, &c. THUPvSDAY, MARCH 24, At 12 o'clock, at Exchange Salesroom. Ill Broadway. VALUABLE NEW YORK PROPERTY AT AUCTION. By order of David VanFleet, Esq^ Assignee in Bankruptcy. -.-.■s^.....The valuable business property known as ^^pJ. 93 CHATHAM ST. (old No. S4).—A large flve-story aiibrcellar marble front Store, built in the most substan¬ tial manner with heavy, solid ivalis on each side No. 29 CITY HALL PLACE.-Three-story, basement, arid sub-cellar, brick Dwelling; modern improvement.. Also, at same time and place, by order of Administrators, ^ - THE VALUAJSLE H'OUSE AND LOT No. 17 Pitt St., westerly side, IT ft. 10 in. south of Riv- ington at.—Two-story, attic, and basement brick Ifouse, 17.10x32x14:; brown-stone stoiip and trimmings, S rooms, gas, &c. Also, at .same time and place, VALUABLE BUSIIJESS PROPERTY ON SOUTH ST., Nog. 3T0 and 371 SOU TH ST.. northwest corner of Gouverneur slip.—Two large, substantial, tbree-story brick Buildings, opposite thn Dry Dock and Pier No. 51. Ex¬ cellent wharf facilities immediately opposite the premises. When the Sound steamers have their terminus on the East River this will be one of the'best localities for business in the city. It is convenient to Catharine, Jackson, and Grand st. ferries. Belt line cars pass the door every few . minutes. Terms ..... Maps'at Auctioneers' Office, 25 Nassau st. ' TUESDAY, MARCH, 29, : At 12 o'clock, at Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadway, HIGHLY IMPORTANT, ,., ; GRAND CLEARING-OUT SALE." " Messrs.. A C. KINGSLAND & SONS have directed JOHNSON & MILLER to sell, without limit or reserva¬ tion, at time and {ilace aforesaid. All their VALUABLE llROOKLYIf PROPERTY Not sold at the great sale in March, 1869. This will be the sale of tlie season, and will afford the best opportunity yet offered for men of moderate means to purchase truly desirable lots in tlie immediate vicinity of New York, easy of access by the Meeker ave. cars to all the Wiliiamsburgh ferries. The lots are splendidly located on Meeker ave., Varlck, Vandam, Apollo, Nasstiu, Hridgowater, Moore, and Lake 8ts.. in the immediate vicinity of excellent improvements. ^^&~ The attention of capitalists, lumber and brick mer¬ chants, and manufacturers is called to the valuable DOCKS on Newton Creek, which, with the lots adjacent, will be included iri the sale. Newtown Creek is navigable for large vessels. The locallt}' for manufacturing purposes cannot be surpassed by any in the vicinity of New York. ■ The terms (70 per cent, on mortgage) are so easy that even men of the most moderate means inaj' purchase one or more lots. Maps will be ready on Saturdiiy, March 19, at Auction¬ eers' Offices, 25 Nassau st., N. Y., 157 Montague st., Brooklyn. „ MORRIS "WILKINS, Auctioneer. ,- By E. H. liUdlow &: Co., No. 3 Pine street, first floor. ^DWA.RD II. Ludlow, Morms "Wilkiss. '\.y Bbai,'Estate at Pujilic and Private Sale. SAiiES OF Stocks, Mondays or Tiiitrsdays. Notice TO PURCHASERS and sellers.—As we announc¬ ed LAST YEAR, WE DECLINE TAKING ANY SALE AT AUCTION OF PROPERTY THAT IS TO ItE UNDERKID, AND IF LIMITED 'SUCH LIMIT MUST BE ANNOUNCED AT TUE SALE, AS -WEWlSlI TO PROTECT BOTH BUYER AND SELLER. • No COMMISSION (the EXPENSES ONLY) WILL BE CUABCED for putting up pitopertv unlkss sold. Commissions on sales of stocks the same as charged by stock-brokers, with the exception that stocks sold below par will be charged a commission only on actual sales. FISHER &, BIRD, Steam Marble Works 97, 99, 101, 103, & 105 EAST HOUSTON ST., Vermont niarbic Yards, 260, 262, and 264 lilizabctli St., New York. Robert C. Fisher. Clinton G. Bird. THE .EMPIRE, PENNSYLVANIA & VERMONT SLATE ROOFING WORKS. OFFICE, 94 WALL ST., N. Y. Yard, Third street, near Bond, South Brooklyn. Importers. Dealers, and Manufacturers of Foreign and American Marbles, Ecclesiological Decorators, and ■Workers in Granite, Brown, Nova Scotia, Caen Stone, and Scotch Granite. ' niarble Mantels, Grates, and Fenders. Monuments, Cemetery Vaults, Church Altars, Fonts, Tablets, Communion Tables, and Marble Counters. Mar¬ ble Floor Tiling. ^^^ Estimates and drawings upon application. WALTER R. WOOD & CO., miners, and -wholesale dealers in Ohio Building Stone and Grind¬ stones, FROM THE BEREA AND AMHERST QUARRIES. Office, Nos. 283 & 285 Front St., (Near Roosevelt Street), NEW YORK. SOLE AGENTS FOR SENECA BROWN STONE. Walter R. Wood, Chas. P. Williams. 0 Orders filled in country or city. Roofing repaired. HARLES O'COJVTlSrOR, ItlARBIilS \rO»KS, NOS. 516 AND 5tS WEST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR TENTH AVE., NEW YORK. ' Mantels, Monuments, etc. Orders punctually attended to. M. A. J. 1.TNCH, REAL ESTATE BROKER, NO. 12 CEDAU STREET, NEW YORK, bet. Broadway and Nassau Street. M. & E. A. CRUIKSHANK, REMi ESTATE AND INSURANCE. ' Offices: Nos. 55 & 1302 Broadway, No. 595 Si.xth Avenue, New York. -' General management of Estates a specialty. Houses, Stores, Offices. Piers, etc., rented, and all business con¬ nected with Real Estate and Insurance promptly at¬ tended to. Money to loan on bond and mortgages. A. ROUX & SOHfi 827 and 829 BROADWAY. FACTORY: 161, 183, and 165 West IStli St. Wood Mantels, Mirror Frames, WAINSCOTING, DOORS, CEILINGS, AND FLOORS. Designs and estimates furnished. LEANDER STONE, Dealer in PINE, SPRUCE, AND HEMLOCK LUM¬ BER AND TIMBER, BLACK WALNUT, and other Hard Woods, Oor. 54th St. and First Ave., New York. QTANLEY DAT HAS REMOVED TO 111 O Broadway, Trinity Building, basement, offices A ami B. For Real Estate Circular apply personally, or mailed upon receipt of stamp. jroiii\ HORTonr, GAS FIXTURE HIAJiVPAC'nTB.lSni' NOS. 238 & 235 CANAL STREET, OrposiTE to Earle's Hotel, Nkw York. ACKERMAN & BORKEL, Manufacturers of ....... Galvanized Iron Cornices and Mouldings, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, No. 143 WORTH STREETj NEW YORK. 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. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." Being constructed with regard to scientific accunicy, are used in all tests of skill by the best players in the country, and in all first-class clubs and hotels. Illustrated cata¬ logues of everything relating to Billiards sent by Mail. rnHmmmmmmfmER 738 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED letters-patent, dated Mav 2.0ih, 1809, for their im¬ provement in the fronts of buildings, are now prepared to grant licenses to founders and builders intending to mako good work. Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetson, 5 Tryon Row, New York. ^ JOHN ALEXANDER, NATH. J. BURCHKLL. The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has ft stock of patterns and machinery for finishing. Apply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Wa3hln''ton streets, Greenpoint. JOHN ALEXANDER. ,^s^ S«)8^422oiOP224)EASr2e!?5 3. II. HAVEIVS, LUMBER AXD TIMBER DEALER.' 11th Av., cor. 47tli St., New York. An assortment of Pine, Spruce, and Hemlock Lumber well-seasoned and planed, and kept under cover. Also Shingles, Posts, Pickets, and Lath.