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AND BUILDERS' GUID Vol. YIII. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1871. No. 194. LA. J. LYNGH & REAL ESTATE BR/OfERS, CORNER OF PINE STREET. Money Loaned on Bond and Mortgage CES WAREROOMS N? 48 EAST I4iy ST SOUTH.UNION SQUARE. LUMBER AT WHOLESALE, ALSO, LARGE MAiSTUFACTURERS. Orders filled direct from Canada, Michigan, Chicago, and Oswego, via water or rail. ABRAHAM DOWDNEY, CONTRACTOR, Mos. 205 and 207 East 61st Street, Will estimate for tbe excavation of Rock and Earth, and the nlling of sunken lots. Building Stone and Sand fur¬ nished. . A, KLABEIi, Steam Marblel Marbleizing Works, wos. 134 AND 136 BAST 18TH STJREET, NeAV ITork. BET. THIRD AVE. AND IRVING PLACE. ■ Mantels, Grates and Fenders, Monuments, Head-stones, Ploor-Tiles, Marble Counters, and Wainscoting for Hotels ahd Banks, etc., etc. THOMAS J. STEWART, REAL ESTATE BROKER. Address NO. 158 WEST 21st STREET. Specialty, Business property and lots. Investment" of capital judiciously made, nnd warranting large returns. PENNSYLYAMl LAND AGENCY. TOWTVSEBTO BROTHERS, NO. 62 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. No. 311 Walnut St., I No. 1 Albany Terrace, Phila. I London. Special attention given to purchase and sale of Pennsyl¬ vania Lands. Geological Reports and Surveys made. Tax¬ es paid. Titles examined. PLAIN AND ENCAUSTIO, For PuMic Buildings andiOivelilngs, AS LAID BY ITS IN The Capitol at Washington, And in numerous CHURCHES, BANKS, and DWELL¬ INGS in every part of the country. Glazed and Enamelled Tiles for JI.ANTELS. HEARTHS, WAINSCOTING, &o., and for EXTEKSOK. BEC- OI8.ATI©\. 279 PE.lK.Ii ST., New Yorlc. THE AHE MADE m EVEUY CONCEIVABLE EORM, AND OP THE MOST EFFECTUAL CONSTRUOTION. Are now in use on many of the finest Buildings in New York and other Eastern cities. Illustrated Sheet and Catalogue on appli¬ cation. 75 EIGHTH AVEIfUE. WE^^MAM E. MONTROSS, Painters' and Artists' Supplies, 1366 and 136S BROADTVAIT, Between 37th and 38th Streets. 1193 Broadway, ApoUo Building, Importer of the be.st and heaviest grades of PORTLAND CEMENT. The attention of Architects, Engineers, and Builders is called to this superior Cement. SEISriD FOR CllElCTJJi.JUEl. Prize EnoausliG and Mosaic Tiling. The nndersigned begs to call attention to the Tiles manu¬ factured by.T. & R. BOOTE, Burslem, 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 ENCAUSTIC AND PLAIN FLOORING TILES of the hardest texture and the finest tints (equal 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 pnrcha.sers. A large assorted stock always en hand. Samples can be seen at the offlce of EDWARD BOOTE, 78 HVEuirray- Street, N'ew "^Tork. Marble men supphed at low rates. Wells' Patent and aU other kinds of Copper and Gal¬ vanized Iron. Not an accident in 20 year.s. American Fence Co. Pence; H. B. Brown's "Always Cool;" Stove Lifters and Stove Dampers at wholesale and retaiL MARTIN WELLS & CO., General Agents, 55 Day St.i New York; or 36 Elison St., Paterson, N.J. JOHN TRimCBIiE Ac SON, Mahogany & Lumiier Dealers, llTH'AVENUE, Cor. 24th STREET. Walnut,' Oak, Ash, Cherry, Cedzir, Butternut, Maple. ' ^ HOUSE i PAiNTERS, ?!kcorator0, ttc. SPECIAL DESIGNS POR Church Furniture, etc. Mniiiii!iii!.iiii:iiiii5ii;i| 1318 E$3COiVB>^irA.ir, Wew York. A. N. HAISKIWSOW, Union Carpet-Cleaning Machine. 9 East 19fch St., bet. Broadway and Fifth ave.. New York. (Established in 1861.) Carpets taken up, cleanerl, and re- laid. Every Carpet cleaned by this Machine is cleaned under the personal supervision of the Proprietor. Carpets are thoroughly beaten by this Machine free from aU dust and motlis. Carpets carefully packed and preserved from the moth and kept on storage on reasonable' terms. No charge tor Cartage to any part of the city. Orders by.post promptly attended to. A. N. HANKINSON, Proprietor. G. B. SANFORD, ITtli Street and 7tli AW;^'Ne\ri^ork. Centre Flowers, Trusse.s, Pendants, Medallions, Cornice and '■'■ Panel Enrichments, etc. Contracts to any extent taken in all parts of the country. N.B.—All conntry orders boxed and cirefidly packed. Jobbing and repairing of every description done at the shortest notice. Box 162, Mechanics and Traders' ExorrAxsE. R. W. FORBES & CO., LUMBER OF EYERY DESCRIPTION, FOR SHIPPING OR DOMESTIC USE, AT WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. CORNER OP WEST 29tii STREET & llTH AYENUB. I> o T7«7-xa. "• * O ^C«7-2X O £& c © ,* 14 SOUTH WILLIAM STREET. MANUFACTUaEES' AND BUILDERS' FIRE I^fSXTRANCE CO. CASH CAPITAL, . . . $200,000. Principal Offlce, No. 207 BROADWAY. Branch Offices, No. 890 Third Avenue, and Avenue C, cor. Tth St. Insures against loss or damage by fire on the most reasonable terms. EDWARD Y. LOEW, PresideiU. J. JAY NESTELL', Secretary. A PRIMEU OF POSITIVISM JUST OUT. A Popular Work explaining Auguste Comte's "Scientific Faith," known as the ^* Religion of Humanity," Price $1.00. David Wesley & Co., No. 7 Warren Siireet, and by American News Company. NATaANIKIi ROS, ~ Real Estate and Insnraiice Agent, 200 VARICIC STREET. Houses let and rents cpUeGied in all parts of the city.