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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 5, no. 106: March 26, 1870

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE. Vol. V. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, MARCH 26, 1870. No. 106. J. Johnson, Jr., Auctioneer. TOHNSON & MILLER, • AUCTIONEERS o AND REAL ESTATE BROKERS, No. 25 Nassau Street, corner of Cedar, New York. C^~ City and Country Real Estate at Public and Pri¬ vate Sale. Loans on Mortgage negotiated. Auction Sales of Furniture, Stocks, Merchandise, &c. 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 on very easy terms, at time and place aforesaid, all their valuable Brooklyn prbpertv not sold at the great sale in March, 1869. This will be the sale of the season, and will afford the best opportunity yet olfured for men of moderate means to purchase truly desirable lots, in the immediate vicinity of New York, easy of access by the Meeker avenue cars to all the Williamsburg ferries. The lots aro splendidly located oh Meeker avenue, Varick, Yandam, Apollo, Nassau, Brldgcwater, Moore, and Lake streets, in the immediate vicinity of excellent improve¬ ments. : The attention of capitalists, lumber and brick mer¬ chants, and manufacturers is called to the valuable.Docks on Newtown Creek, which, with the lots adjacent, will be included in the sale. Newtown Creek is navigable for large vessels. ■ • The locality for manufacturing purposes cannot be sur¬ passed by any in the vicinity of New-York.- The terms (70 per cent, on 'mortgage) are so easy that even men of the most inoderatc means may purchase one or more lots. Maps will be ready.on .Saturday, March 19, at Auctioneer's offices, 2.^ Nassau street. New York, 157'Montague street, Brooklyn-. ' , ■. THURSDAY, March 81, ^ At 12 o'clock, at the Exchange Salesroom, 111 Broadu.'i}?' BROOKLYN, WILLIAMSBURG, and EAST NKW'\ YORK HOUSES, and GOWANUS CANAL DOCK PRO¬ PERTY AT AUCTION. :, THE THREE VALUABLE HOUSES, • Nos. 75,77, and 79'Strebt, ketwein Henrt and. Hicks Streets, three desirable 3-story brown-stone high-! basement and sub-cellar Philadelphia brick houses, substan¬ tially built'and handsomely fluished, by-days' work; e.ich( containing 11 rooms, marble mantels, marble floors, and all moderq improvements. Si7.a«i6.6 by about DO.xlOO, > Summit street is a continuation of First Place, and isi built up with fine improvements. These houses are situ-f ated on tbo best block, are accessible to cars and feiriew and very dc&irabla for private families. ■ Seventy-five yK^ cent, may rem.iin on mortgage for three years. u Also. f-i PEREMPTORY SALE OF VALUABLE DOCK PROR PERTY ON GOWANUS CANAL, TO BE SOLD '., s ' ON) UNUSUALLY LIBERAL TERMS. ' f The valuiible Wharf Property situated on the northeast¬ erly side of illallock street and Gowauus Caual, haviii^a front-of 100 feet on canal, 175 feet on Hailock street, imd" luO feet oa §mith street. The property adjoins the Brook¬ lyn City Pipe Yard aud the land of the Knickerbocker fue' Company, and is admirably adapted for any uianul'actur- ing business requiring water privileges. FISHER & BIRD, 97, 99, 101, 103, v- the [ilavers in tbe country, and in all first-class cIiUis and hotels. Illustrated cata¬ logues of everything relating to Billiards sent by Mail. THE UNDERSIGNED HAVING RECEIVED letters-patent, dated May 2yth, 1869, for their im¬ provement in the fronts of buildings, aro now prepared to i^ant liconsoa to founders and builders intending to mako ;ood work. Apply to our Patent Attorney, T. D. Stetsox, 5 Tryon low. Now York. JOHN ALEXANDER, NATH. J. BURCHELL. |.The undersigned is prepared to construct fronts on this plan in the best manner and at the shortest notice. Has a pFock of patterns and machinery for finishing. Ai)ply at the Foundry, corner of Quay and Washington streets, Greenpoint. I JOHN ALEXANDER. .1. 13. MAVEWS, U AND UMBER DEALER. W -^^tk Av., cor. 47th St., New York. An 'lifMfffihent of Pine, Sprnce, and Hemlock Lamhcr i wcU-seafconed and planed, and kept nnder cover; Also Shingles.Posts, Pickets, and Lath.