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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE.
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NEW YORK, SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1870.
TO PARTIES ANTICIPATING
THERE IS A GROWING UNEASINESS
in the minds of a majority'of our citizens against
using water drawn throngh LEAD
l^IPES, many even causing such pipes
to be removed, for cold water, nnd
our pure and lie.ilthy TIN-LINED
LEAD PIPE substituted. There are
numbers who wonld be willing to pay
an increased price for rent, or pur-
ch.ise, provided the great blessing of
Pure and Healthy water could also
be securetl. To parties about building houses for sale or to
rent, we wonld especially urge this consideration: The adÂ¬
ditional cost of introdnchig TIN-LINED LEAD PIPE for
cold water alone, and this is all that is really essential,
wonld be but a trifle. Who would not prefer to have the
water used for cooking or drinking purposes contained and
passed through pure block tin, instead of poisonous lead t
There is a large quantity of onr Patent TIN-LINED LEAD
PIPE in constant use to the extent of over one tliojisiind
tons, some of which was introduced as early as 1803, and
doing good service to the present time. The large quantity
in use and the many years it has been on trial has fully esÂ¬
tablished its reputation, not only as a pure and safe water
pipe, but also a serviceable one.
We take pleasure in referring parties to Plumbers who
are of the highest reputation and who have successfully inÂ¬
troduced large quantities of our Patent TIN-LINED LEAD
NATIONAIi PARK BANK,
Nkw York, May 19,1870.
To the ColweUs, Shaw & WiUard M'f g Co.,
Our Bank building having been plumbed throughout with
your Tin-Lined Lead Pipe, wo take pleasure in stating that
it has worked to our entire satisfaction. No repairs have
been made hpto the present time. â–
J. L. WORTH, Cashier.
" I am of the opinion that your Tin-Lined Lead Pipe\vill,
in a sanitary point uf view, be of infinite good to bur citiÂ¬
" WILLAED PAHKER, M.D."
Circulars and sample of pipe sent by mail free. Address
THE COLWELLS, SHAW & WILLARD M'F'G CO., 213
Centre et. (bet. Canal and Grand sts.). New York.
Z. LEMAIRE (Frenchman) & CO.,
Encaustic and Mosaic Tiling,
KOE . â€¢ -
CHUECHES, ENTEANCE HALLS, VESTIBULES, &o.,
156 EAST 4lTu STEEET, NEW YORK, near Third ave.
Orders for l.iying all kinds of Tiling will receive prompt
attention. Marble-dealers and tho trade supplied.
Any^vhero on Manhattan Island, a house and lot, price
not-to exceed;$7,B00.- Address, with particulars, â€¢' â–
. i ijj, PREDERICK CREIGHTON, .
- " BEAL ESTATE RECORD OFFICE,
'â€¢ â– â– 106 BROAD\\rAY.
CARBRAY & ISOUTH,
LtnOER COMMISSION MERCHANTS,
... 7 CUSTOM HOUSE SQUARE,
Orders solicited for Pine, Spnice, &c.. Boards, Lath,
. ' Scantling, Joist, Paving Stuff, Timber, &c., &c..
Promptly and carefully executed.
MONEY TO LOAN
IN SUMS TO SUIT,
On flrst-class improved and nnimproved property In Now
York. First and second mortgages promptly cashed.
PRINCIPALS only dealt with.
. r WOT. SINCIiAIR, JR., ^k CO.,
Room i; No. 3 Pine streot.
PETER VAN IDERSTINE, Jr.
HOBOKEN MOULDING AND PLANING MILL.
Manufacturer of PINE and HARDWOOD
OF EVERY DESCRIPTION.
PLANING, SCROLL AND RESA^VING, TURNING, &C.
Newark street, near Clinton, HOBOKEN.
G.AUIIET .S. WOOD, of the Old FuTO, ) . .â€žâ€ž . ^â€ž T7â€žâ€ž,â€žâ€ž
TVii. H. ii.\uuiso.v, r ^^^ '" â„¢y Employ.
vr. vr. LEE holds power of Attorney.
Orders from parties in New York City personally attendÂ¬
ed to by addressing P. 0. Box 128, Hoboken.
M. A. J. liYMCH,
REAL ESTATE BROKER,
NO. 72 CEDAU STREET,
bet. Broadwav and Nassau Street.
FOE WARMING PRIVATE HOUSES, STORES,
AND PUBLIC BUILDINGS,
unsurpassed for safety, simplicity, economy, durability,
This apparatus consists of a Low-Pressure Steam GenÂ¬
erator, with wrought-iron tubes for Radiators, and can be
made to thoroughly and perfectly warm the smallest
dwelling or tho largest public edifice.
Owners, Architects, and Builders are referred ito many
hundred buildings warmed by us during tho past twenty
years. SEE COMPLETE WORKING APPARATUS AT
OUE MANUFACTORY AND BTOEE, Nos. 109 AND
201 CENTRE STREET, NEW YORK.
I.. C. SANDFORD,
Real Estate Agent,
153 BOWEEY, NEW YOEK.
Estates taken charge of,, and prompt returns made.,
Unexceptionable references given.
THE EMPIEE, PENNSYLVANIA & VERMONT
SLATE ROOFING WORKS
OFFICE, 94 WALL ST., N. Y.
Yard, Third street, near Bond, South Brooklyn.
Orders filled in country or city. Eoofing repaired.
MOULDING, PLANING. TURNING, AND
61st St., near Ist Ave., New Xork City.
Manufacturers of Sash, Blinds, Doors, Show-Windows,
Sky-Lights, Window-Frames, and Panel Work of all deÂ¬
scriptions. Circular and Elliptic Mouldings. Turning in
all its branches.
"THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST."
Being constructed with regard to scientific accuracy, are
used in all tests of skill by tho best players in the country,
and in all first-class clubs and hotels. Illustrated cataÂ¬
logues of everything relating to Billiards sent by Mail.
738 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY.
COURTLANDT PALMER & SON,
Real Estate Agents,
858 BROADWAY, near Uth STREET.
WALTER R. WOOD & CO.,
.MINKRS, AND "ft'II0I.i:S.\.I,E DE.VLEUS IW
Ohio Building Stone and G-rind-
FEOM TIIE BEREA AND AMHERST QUAEEIES,
Office, Nos. 283 Sc 285 Front St.,
(Near Roosevelt Street), NEW-YOEK.
SOLE AGENTS FOE SENECA BEOWN STONTi
Walter E. Wood, Chas. P. Whuams,
GAS FIXTURE MANUFACTURER,
A. ROUX & SON,
827 and 829 BROADWAY.
161, 1C3, and IG5 AVest 18tlÂ» SU
Wood Mantels, Mirror Frames,
WAINSCOTING, DOORS, CEILINGS,
Designs nnd estimates furnished.
Salesrooms M and 300 Fourtli Ave., New York
(Yonng Jlcns' Christwn Association Building).
Cor. Fourtli Avc. and Tivcnty-tlilrd St.
MACKEY & SON,
SliATE AND METAL ROOFERS,
NO. 14T ^\'EST SStii STREET,
Between Cth nnd 7th Avenues, NEW YORK.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
METAL OORWICES AWD GUTTERS,
WORK HOKE DT ALIj PAIITS OF TUB UNITED STATES,