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AND BUILDERS' GUIDE Vol. V. NEW YOEK, SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 1870. No. 109. HANSON'S Self-Acting Pumps, for raising water to the upper story of buildings, where tlie pressure of the city w.tter works is not suffi¬ cient, requiring neither fire norliibor. Warranted, to give Satisfaction.; These pumps are allowud to be used by the Croton Board. THOMAS HANSON, 291 I'KAiit. Street. For warni'ng privatu houses, stores, schools, and iiublic buildings, unsurjiiissed for safety, simplicity, economy, durability, and noatness. This apparatus consists of a Low-Pressure Steam Gen¬ erator, with wrouglit-iron tubes for Radiators, and can be made tO tlioroughly and perfectly w.irm the smallest dwelling or the largest public edifice. Owners, Architects, and Builders are referred to many hundred buildings warmed by u.s during the past twenty years, and to a complete working ajiparatus at oni- manu- fiictory and store, Nos. 199 and 201 Centre street. New York. GIE!2l5«5:EQ^etHiEG AIN V FISHER & BIRD, 9T, 99, 101, 103, & 105 EAST HOUSTON ST., Vermont Marble Yards, 260, 262, and 264 Ulizabctli St., NeAv York. Robert C. Fisher. Clinton G. Bird. Importers. Dealers, and Manufacturers of Foreign and American Marbles. Ecclesiological Decorators, and Wprk'jrs in Granite. Brown, Nova Scotia, . Caen Stons, and Scotch Granite. . Marble Mantels, Grates, and Fenders. Monuments, Cemetery Vaults, Church Altars, Fonts, Tablets. Communion Tables, and Marble Counters. . Mar¬ ble Floor Tiling. ' Ejer- Estimates and drawings upon application. A. ROUX & SON, . 82,7 ^nd 829 BROADW^AY. : : FACTORY- • J, c -161j 163, and 1G5 West IStbiSt. V Wood Mantels, Mirror Frames, WiVINkcOTING, DOOIIS, ; CEILINGS, AND FLOORS. Designs and estimates' fnrnlshed; . JL. a SAIiTDFORD,. Real Estate Ageit, 153 BOAVERY, NEW YORK. Estates takeii charge of, and prompt rbturns made. Unexceptionable references given. ••.•'• THE EMPIRE, PENNSYLVANIA & VERMONT SLATE ROOFING WORKS OFFICE, 94 WALL ST., N.Y.; ' . Yard, Third street, near Bond, South Brookl3'n. WALTER R. WOOD & CO., MINKUS, AND WHOLESALE DKALERS IK OMo 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. AVood. Chas. P. Wii-t.iams. LEAB^DER STONE, De.ilcr in PINE, SPRUCE, AND HEMLOCK LUM¬ BER AND TIMBER^ BLACK WALNUT, and other Hard Woods, Oor. 54th St. and First Ave., New Tork. Q HARLES O'COKO^OR, MARBIilS WORKS, NOS. 516 AND 51S WEST TWENTIETH STREET, NEAR TENTH AVE., NEW YORK. Mantels, Monuments, etc. Orders punctu-iUy attended to. 1^1. A. J. XYIVCH, REAL ESTATE BROKER, NO. n CEDAR STREET, UlSrW YORK, bet. Broadway and Nassau Street. ACKERMAN &. BORKEL, Manufacturers of Gralvanized Iron Cornices and Mouldings, SLATE AND METAL ROOFERS, No. 143 WORTH STREET, NEW YORE. GALVANIZED IRON GUTTERS of all si/.es con- .stantly on hand, and for sale to the trade In quantities lo suit, in lengths, or put together. "THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST." Orders filled In country or city. Roofing repaired. Being constructed with regard to scientific accnracy, are used in all tests of .skill bv the best plaj-ers in the country, and in all first-class clubs and hotels. Illustrated cata¬ logues of everything relating to'BillLards sent by Mail. w^m^mm^^m^^^^M^ 738 BROADWAY, NEW YORK CITY. WANTED. Eight Lots at Inwood. A. J. FULLAM,,. . 650 Broadway. NINE LOTS AT THE FOOT OP WEST Twenty-ninth street. North river, to let for a term of years, "uith use of pier"and bulkhead;-suitable for Brick. Coal, 6i Lumber Yard. Apply to ' - H. A. CRANE. Foot West SOth st. • AL.EX. ]tIcOK£OOR, Practical Mason and Plasterer, OFFICE, 124 ^VEST 24TII ST., (Bet. Sixth and Seventh Avenues), NEW YORK. Being long established and favorably known in the city, he tikes this method of informing owners of property, builders, and others wanting repairs done or alterations made, that they will find It to their advantage to ^nd by mail or leave their orders with him, as he makes Jobbing: a specialty. • . . All work done in the best and most economical manner possible, thereby saving a large percentage to parties patronizing him.' Jobbing work of every description promptly done. All orders by mail (from responsible parties only) shonld be sent from one to three days ahead. Estimates promptly furnished, or work don« on small percentage. SQUIER BROS., MOULDING, PLANING. TURNING, AND' SAWING MILL, 6l8t St., near Ist Ave., IVew York City. Manufacturers of Sash, Blinds, Doors, Show-Windowsi Sky-Lights, Window-Frames, and Panel Work of all de¬ scriptions. Circular and Elliptic Mouldings. Turning In all Its branches. ' JO0I¥ MORTOiy, GAS FIXTURE MANUFACTURER; 650 BROADAVAY, NEW YORK. J. H. HAVEIVS, LUMBER AND TIMBER DEALER,. llth Av., cor. 47th St., New York. An assortment of Pine, Spruce, and Hemlock Lumber well-seasoned and planpd, and kept under cover. Also Shingles, Posts, Pickets, and Lath. J. R. HAMII^TO]^, 1267 Broadway, near 32d Street,^ I III i il i J- I' NEW YORK.