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Real estate record and builders' guide: v. 8, no. 191: November 11, 1871

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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE, Vol. VIII. NEW YOKK, SATURDAY, NOVEMBEE 11, 1871. No. 191. Pamteis' and Artists' Supplies, 1366 and 1368 BROA»T1^AY, Between 37tlt and SSth Streets. 1193 Broadway, Apollo Building, Importer of the best and heaviest grades of PORTLAND CEMENT. The attention of Architects, Engineers, and Builders is called to this superior Cement, M. A. J. LYNGH & HUGH N. GAMP, EEAL ESTATE BEOKERS, 106 35X10JLI>TVA.T^, CORNER OF FINE STREET. Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage. ARCHITECTS &c. N9 48 E/VST l4It!S' -SOUTH.UNION SQUARE, LUMBEE AT WHOLESALE, ' ALSO, LARG-B MAJfUFACTURERS. ''" Orders fiUed direct Jrom Canada, Michigan, Chicago, and Oswego, via water or rail, - PENNSYLYANIA LAND AG^ENCY.- NO, 62 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. No. 311 Walnut St,, j _^^ JTc!. 1 Albany Terrace, .""tPliiial-i !l..-ii"i ',i V - - /London. Special attention given to .pa^ and sale of Pennsyl¬ vania Lands. G-eologitial Eejiorts'aSd Surveys made. Tax¬ es paid. Titles exanjihcai"' ' Steanfi Sflarbla&larbleizing Works, wos. 134 AND 136 EAST- 18TH STHEET, New Tork, BET. THIRD AVlii,. AND IRVINa FLAOE, Mantels, Grates and Fenders, Monuments, Head-stones, Floor-Tiles, Marble Counters, and Wainscoting tor Hotels and Banks, etc., etc THE ARE MADE : m EVERY CONCEIVABLE FORJ^, AND OF THE MOST EFFECTUAL CQNSTBUCTION. Are now, in nse on many of the finest Buildings in New York and other Eastern cities. Illustrated Sheet and Catalogue on appli¬ cation. 75 EIGHTH AVENUE. ABRAHAM DOWDNEY, CONTRACTOR, Kos. 205 and 207 East 6ist Street, Will estimate for the exca-vation of Rock and Earth, and the filling of sunken lots. Building Stone and Sand fru-- nished, NATHANIKIi ROS, Real Estate and Insurance Agent, .; 200 VARICK STREET. Houses let and rents collected in all parts of the city. Prize Encaustic and Mosaic Tiling. The undersigned begs to call attention tothe Tiles manu¬ factured by T, & B. BOOTS,, Bnrelem, Staffordshire, Eng¬ land, for which they have been awarded Prize Medals in all the World's Fairs ever held, " T, & R. BOOTE, by their patent process, are making BNCAUSTIO AND PLAIN FLOORING-. TILES of the hardest texture and the finest tints (ecLual to Enamel tints), which can be inlaid any depth, ensuring durability, and at a much cheaper rate than hitherto charged," "For Churches, Entrance Halls, Vestibules, &c., &c," Designs and Estimates supplied without charge, and ex¬ perienced Pavers sent to suit purchasers. A large assorted stock always en hand. Samples can be seen at the offlce of EDWARD BOOTE, TS Mlu-x-ray- Street, Ne-w "STorlv. Marble men supplied at low rates. Wells' Patent and all other kinds of Copper and Gal¬ vanized Iron, Not an accident in 36 years, Americau Fence Co. Fence; H. B. Brown's "Al-vv.iys Cool;" Stove Lifters and Stove Dampers at wholesale .and retail. MARTIK WELLS Ss CO., Qeneral Agents, 55 Dey St., New Yorkror, 36 Elison St, Paterson,.N.J. LIBIBER OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOlSr, FOK SHIPPDfG OE DOIVIESTIG USE, .KT WIIOI.ESALE OR RETAIIj. CORNER OF WEST 29tii STREET & llTH AVENUE, ,14 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET. MAlJUFACTTiaERS' AND BUILDERS' FIRE mSTJRAlfCE CO. . CASH CAPITAL, . . . $200,000. Principal Offlce, No! 20~ BROADWAY, Brfinoh Offlcos, No, 890 Third Avenue, and Avenue C, eor. Tth St, Insures against loss or damage bv fire on the inost reasonable terms. EDWARD V. LOEW, President, J, JAT NESTELL, Secretary. JTOHIV TRIBIBI^IS & SON, Mahogany & Lumber Dealers, llTH AVENUE, COR. 34th STREET. ^ Walnut," Oak, Aah, Cherry, Ceolar, Bntteruut, Maple. HOUSE PAINTERS, H)£corator0, etc. SPECIAL DESIGNS FOR Church Furniture, etc. ■^ IB sto A. »VP" ATT, WTew Tf k. .lillllllliilgillllllllilllllllij. A. N. HANt*,IW§OW, Union Carpet-Clea ung Machine. 9 Bast 19th st., bet Broadway .; ^ Fifth .ave.. New York. (Established in 1861.) Carpets - '.nup, cleanerl, and re- laid. Every Carpetcleaned by thir- taohine is cleaned under the personal supervision of the 1 iprietor. Carpets are thoroughly beaten by this Machint -ee from all dust and motlis. Carpets carefully packed a -i preserved from tho moth and kept on storage on reasonable terms. No char{3;e for Cartage to any part of fche citv. Orders by post proraptly attended lo, A. N. HAInKINSON, Proprietor. FRENCH WINDOW GLASS AND Embossing Establislinientj; 1366&13a8BK- Between 37th and 38(fi^ streets,' NBW ANT) ELEGANT DESIGNS OF EMBOSSED WORK CONSTANTLY ON HAND. Also, Samples of Ground, Cut, Stained, and Enamelled Class. GLAZING- PROltPTLY ATTENDED TO. DAVID N. SMITH & BRO., Proprietors. G.B. SANFORD, PLAIN & ORNAWIENT&L PLASTERER, 17tli Street and. 7tli Ave., Kew Yorfe. Centre Flowers, Trusses, Pendants, ilodaUions, Cornice and Panel Enrrchments, etc. Contracts to any extent taken in all parts of tho country. N.B.—All country orders boxed and carefully packed. Jobbing and repairing of every description done at the shortest notice.. Brtx.169,. MEcriANiCS and TaXiJERi^' Exoitaxge, MANnFACTUKERS OF ' • B.ron2e. Door-Knobs, Buffs and Locks, AKD DEAI.EES IN • :H: ^ El. 33 "^^.^a. I=L !ES, 339 THIRD AYE., NEW TORE", \^jpslimates^yiven.^