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9th av. to W. 129th. near 11th av.
LEONARD, from 91 Hudson. E. to

Baxter. 2 Hudson. 98 B'way, 170

Baxter.
LEROY, from 248 Bleeeker. W. to N.

R. 1 Bleeeker. 99 Hudson. 163

West.
LEROY PL., Bleeeker, bet. fiercer

and Greene.
LEWIS, from .5.56 Grand, to 8th. 2

Grand. 128 E. Houston, 2.30 8th.
LEXINGTON AY., from 121 E. 21st,

N. to Harlem R. 1 E. 21st. 118 E.

28th, 237 E. 34th. 389 E. 42d. 537 E.

49th, 635 E. 54th, 741 E. .59th. 979

E. 71st. 1099 E. 77th. 1242 E. 84th,

1348 E. 90th. 1G34 E. 104th. 1841 E. |

114th, 2026 E. 125th. j

LIBERTY, from 76 Maiden lane, W.

to N. R. 1 Maiden lane, 45 Broad-
war, 147 West.
LIBERTY CT., 4 and 6 Liberty pi. '
LIBERTY PL., from .57 Liberty, X.

to Maiden lane.
LISPENARD, from 151 W. Broad-
way, E. to Broadway. 2 W. }

Broadway. 72 Broadway.
LITTLE TWELFTH, Ganseyoort. W. !

toN R.
LIYINGSTON PL., from 325 E. 15th,

N. to E. 17th. I

LONDON TER., W. 23d. bet. 9th and j

10th ays.
LORD-S CT., near 51 Beaver.
LUDLOW, from 144 Division, N. to

E. Houston. 1 Division, 104 De-

lancey, 194 E. Houston.
LUDLOW PL. W. Houston, bet.

Sullivan and Macdougal.
MACDOUGAL, from 219 Spring, N.

to Clinton pi. 2 Spring, 70 W.

Houston. 154 W. 4th.
MADISON, from 426 Pearl E. to

Grand. 2 New Chambers, 74

Catharine, 200 Rutgers, 290 Mont-
gomery, 414 Grand.



MADISON AV.. from 29 E. 23d, X. to
Harlem R. 1 E. 23d, 95 E. 29tli,
mi E. 34th, 315 E. 42d, 423 E. 49th,
651 E. eotli, 9.31 E. 74tli. 1031 E.
79th. 1549 E. 10.5th. 1749 E. 11.5th,
1949 E. 12.5th. 2149 E. 13.5tli.

MADISON CT., near 2()r Madison.

MADISON S(i., N., E. 26th, bet. 5th
and Madison avs.

MAIDEN LANE, from 172 Broad-
way, S. E., to E. R. 2 Broadway,
76 Liberty. 168 South.

MAIL, from Broadway, opp. Park
pi., to Park row.

MANGIN, from 590 Grand, N. to E.
R. 2 Grand, 76 Rivington.

MANHATTAN, from 444 E. Houston,
N. to 3d.

MANHATTAN, from W. 125th, near
9th ay. to 12th av.

MANHATTAN MARKET, 11th av.,
cor. W. 34th.

MANHATTAN PL., rear 63. 65, 67,
69. 71 Mangin.

MANHATTAN PL., from Elm, W.
and S. to Reade.

MANSFIELD PL., W. 51st, bet. 8th
and 9th avs.

MARION, from 404 Broome N. 1
Broome, 71 Prince.

MARKET, from 61 Division, S. to E.
R. 1 Division, 103 South.

MARKETFIELD, from 1 Whitehall,
E. to Broad.

MARTIN TER.. E. 30th. bet. 2d and
3d avs.

MECHANIC AL. from 72 Monroe, S.
to Cherry.

MERCER, from 311 Canal. N. to Clin-
ton pi. 2 Canal, 152 W. Houston,
960 Clinton pi.

:MILLER'S PL., rear 4 Macdougal.

:SIILLIGAN PL., rear 139 6th av.

MINETTA, from 209 Bleeeker, N. to
Minetta la.

MI.NETTA LA., from 113 Macdougal,
W. to 6th av.

MINETTA PL., rear 2 Minetta.

MITCHELL PL.. E. 49th. bet. 1st av.
and Beekman pi.

MISSION PL., from 58 Park, N. to
Worth.

MONROE, from 59 Catharine, E. to
Grand. 2 Catharine, 120 Rutgers,
208 Gouverneur. 334 Grand.

MONTGOMERY, from 247 Division,
S. to E. R. 2 Division, 80 Wa-
ter.

MOORE, from 39 Pearl, S. to E. R.

MORGAN BLOCK. 2d av., b6t. E. 77th
and E. 78th.

MORRIS, from 27 Broadway. 2
Broadway, 26 West.

MORRIS PL., W. 42d. bet. 10th and
11th avs.



TKKKT IHKKCTOKV.



123



MOKTOX. from 270 lUtvckt-r. W. l<.

N. K. 1 Blet'fker, 07 Iliulson, 115

West.
MOTT. from Worth, e. Park row, N.

to BhHH-kcr. -2 Park row. 8:2(!anal,

'^{i Spi-inj,'. ;«:.» Hl.-i'fkiM-.
MT. MOHHIS PL., \V. 124tli, bet. 5th

and «;th a vs.
MULBERKV, from loCi Park rt.w. N.

to Bk'et-ker. 2 Park row, % Canal.

212 Sprintr. :iOH Blcecker.
MURK AY, from 247 liroaclway, W.

to N. R. 1 Broadway, 61 College
pi., Ill West.
NASSAU, from 20 Wall. N. to Park

row. 21 Cedar, 90 Fulton, 10(5

Frankfort.
NEILSON PL., Mercer St.. bet. Wa-

verlev pi. and Clinton pi.
>'EW, from 7 Wall, S. to Beaver. 1

Wall. S.'j Beaver.
>'EW BOWERY, from 300 Pearl, N.

to Park row. 1 Oak, 03 Oliver.
NEW CHAMBERS, from 07 Park

row. E. to Cherry. 2 Park row,

92 Cherry.
NEW CHURCH, from 182 Fulton, S.

to Morris. 2 Fulton, 124 Green-

wir.'h.
NINTH A\., from Gansevoort, N. to

Harlem R. 2 Gansevoort, 102

W. 17th. 206 W. 23d, 288 W. 27th,

398 W. 33d. 500 W. 38th, 580 W.

42d, 098 W. 4Sth, 840 W. 55th, 990

W. 03d.
NORFOLK, from 180 Division, N. to

E. Houston. 2 Division, 82 De-

lancev. 102 E. Houston.
NORTH MOORE, from 122 W. Broad-
way. W. to N. K. 1 W. Broad-
way. 109 West.
NORTH WILLIA:M, from 16 Frank-
fort, N. to Park row.
NY'ACK PL., rear 149 Bank.
OAK, from 392 Pearl. E. to Catharine.

1 Pearl, .59 Catharine. I

OLD SL.. from 106 Pearl, S. to E. R. !
OLIVER, from 63 New Bowery, S. to j

E. R. 7 New Bowerv. 103 South.
ORCHARD, from 124 Division. N. to ;

E. Houston. 2 Division, 88 |

Broome. 202 E. Hou.ston. ;

PACIFIC PL., rear 133 W. 29th.
PAGODA PL., foot E. 120th.
PARK, from 63 Centre. E. to Mott.

27 Centre. Ill Mott.
PARK AY.. 4th av.. from E. :34th to

E. 42d. 1 E. 34th. 99 E. 40th, 955 !

E. .57th. 1.535 E. 86th. '

PARK PL., from 237 Broadway, W. j

to N. R. 1 Broadway, 57 College

pl., 107 West.
PARK ROW, from 1 Ann, E. to ,

Chatham sq. i

PATCHIN PL., rear 111 W. 10th. I



PK.MfL. from 14 State. K. and N. to
Bn.adway. 2 State. 00 CoeiiMes
si., 100 Old si., 1.52 Wall. 200 Ful-
ton. 318 Franklin s(|., 404 Park
row, 512 Centre, .5.54 Broadway.

PECK SL., from 312 Pearl. E. to
South. 2 Pearl, 4 4 South.

PELHAM. from 90 Monroe. S. to
Cherry.

PELL, from 18 Bowery, W. to Mott.

PERRY, from .55 Greenwich av., W.
to N. R. 1 Greenwich av., 95
Hudson. 105 West.

PIKE, from 107 Division, S. to E. R.
2 Division. 40 Madison, 90 South.

PINE, from 100 Broad wa v. E. to E.
R. 1 Broadway. 99 South.

PITT, from 270 Division, N. to E.
Houston. 2 (irand, so Rivington,
142 E. Houst(m.

PLATT. from 221 Pearl, W. to
William.

PRINCE, from 230 Bowery, W. to
Macdougal. 1 Bowery, 79 Broad-
way. 205 Macdougal.

PROSPECT PL., from E. 40th, bet.
2d and 1st av., N. to E. 4;3d. 1
E. 40th, 07 E. 43d.

RACHEL LA., from 4 Goerck, E. to
Mangin.

READE.'from 22 Duane, W. to N. R.
14 Elm. 42 Broadway, 112 W.
Broadway. 194 West.

RECTOR, from 73 Broadway, W. to
N. R.

RENWICK, from 503 Canal. N. to
Spring:.

RIDGE, from 254 Division, N. to E.
Houston. 2 Division, 130 E.
Houston.

RmNGTON, from 213 Bowery, E.
to E. R. 1 Bowery. 115 Essex,
215 Pitt. 305 Lewis. 371 East.

RIYINGTON PL., rear 310 Rivington.

ROOSEYELT. from 147 Park row. S.
to E. R. 1 Park row. 137 South.

ROSE, fnmi 34 Frankfort. N. E. to
Pearl. 1 Frankfort, 67 Pearl.

ROSLYN PL.. Greene, bet. Amity
and W. 4th.

RI'SSELL PL . Greenwhich av., bet.
Charles and Perry.

RUTGERS, from 26 Canal, S. to E.
R . 2 Canal. 34 Madison. 82 South.

RUTGERS PL.. Monroe, from Jeffer-
son to Clinton.

RUTHERFORD PL., from 224 E. 17th,
S. to E. 15th.

RYT)ER'S AL.. from 68 Fulton to
Gold.

ST. BRIDGET'S PL., rear 185 7th.

ST. CLEMENT'S PL., Macdougal,
from W. Houston to Bleecker,
and from Waverley pl. to Clin-
ton pl.



124



STREET DIRECTORY,



ST. GEOROE'S PL., E. 13th, bet. 2(1

aiul li-t av.><.
ST. JOHN'S LA., from 9 Beach, N. to

Laiffht.
ST. LUKES PL., Leroy. from C3 to

99.
ST. NICHOLAS AV.. from \V. 110th

and nth av., to W. 14.ith and 9th

av.. tlicnce to W. 1.55th and

KiiiLislniduo road.
ST, MAKKS PL., Hth, fromirsd av..

E. to Av. A. 2 3d av., 132

Av. A.
ST. TLAIOTIiyS PL., W. 52d, bet.

Broadway and 8th av.
SCAMMEL. from 299 E. Broadway,

S. to Water. 1 E. Broadway, 59

Water.
SECOND, from 323 Bowery,'E. to Av.

D. 1 Bowery, 145 Av. A, 257
Av. C. 297 Sheriff.

SECOND AV.. from 118 E. Houston.

N. to Harlem R. 1 E. Houston,

102 0th. 228 E. 14th. 308 E. 18th.

398 E. 23d, 520 E. 29th. 020 E. 34th.

700 E. 38th. 782 E. 42d. 900 E. 48th.

1002 E. .53d, ni(i E. ."liith. 12.58 E.

66th. 1.520 E. 79th. 16.56 E. 80th,

2078 E. 107th. 22.58 E. 116th, 24:38 E.

125th. 249SE. 12Sth.
SEVENTH. fi-(.ni 4th av., E. to E. R.

2 4th av.. 88 1st av., 130 Av. A,

196 Av. B, 228 A v. C. 282 Av. D.
SEVENTHAV..from 74 Greenwich

av.. N. to W. 59th, and from W,

110th N. to Harlem R. 1 W. 11th.

55 W. 14th, 1.51 W. 19th. 123 W.

23d, 315 W. 28th, 439 W. 34th, 519

W. .38th, 601 W. 42d, 705 W. 48th,

871 W. 59th,
SHERIFF, from .502 Grand. N. to 2d.

2 Grand, 70 Rivington, 126 E.

Houston.
SIXTH, from 395 Bowerv. E. to E. R.

200 Bowery, 344 1st av.. 546 Av.

B. 822 Lewis.
SIXTH AV., from Carmine. N. to

W. .59th, and from W. 110th N. to

Harlem R. 2 Minetta la., 112 9th,

208 W. 14th. 302 W. 19th, 374 W.

2:3d. 496 W. :30th, 612 W. :36th, 736

W. 42d. 812 W. 46th, 928 W. 52d.

1068 W. 56th. 1:394 W. 126th.
SIXTH ST. CT.. 602 6th.
SOUTH, from 6() Whitehall, E. to

E. R. 1 Whitehall, .58 Wall, 93
Fulton. 202 Catharine si., 286
CiintoTi. :386 Jackson.

SOUTH FIFTH AV., from 70 W. 4th.
S. to Canal. 2 W. 4th. 70 W.
Houston. 176 Broome. 242 Canal.

SOUTH WILLIAM, from 7 William.
W. to Hroad.

SPENCER PL.. W. 4th, bet. Christo-
pher and W. 10th.



SPIHNC;. from 1.88 Bowerv. W. to N.
R. 1 Bowery. 89 Broadvvay, 197
Sullivan. 2!il Hudson. ;3.53 West.

SPRUCE, from 41 Park row, S. E.
to Gold. 2 Nassau. 42 (k)ld.

STANTON, from 245 Bowerv. E. to E.
R. 1 Bowery, 115 Kssex, 221 Pitt,
3:39 :Man},'in.

STANTON PL., rear 8 Stanton.

STAPLE, from 169 Duane, N. to Har-
rison.

STATE, from 4S Whitehall to Broad-
way.

STONE, from 13 Whitehall. E. to
William. 2 Whitehall, 64 Wil-
liam.

STRYKER-S COTTAGES, 744 11th
av.

STRYKERS LA., rear 743 11th av.

STUYVESANT, from 29 :3d av., E. to
2dav. 2 :3d av., 49 E. 10th.

SUFFOLK, from 202 Division, N. to
E. Houston. 2 Division, 92 De-
lancev. 188 E. Houston.

SULLIVAN, from 415 Canal, N. to
Amity. 1 Canal, 93 Spring, 165
W. Houston, 2:39 Amity.

TE:MPLE, from 88 Liberty, S. to
Thames.

TENTH AV.. from 542 West. N. to
Harlem R. 2 West, 112 W. 17th,
220 W. 23d, 312 W. 28th, 422 W.
34th. .574 W. 42d. 6.52 W. 46th, 734
W. .50th, 826 W. .5.5th.

THAMES, from 111 Broadway to
Greenwich.

THEATRE AL.. from 19 Ann, N. to
Beekman.

THIRD, from :345 Bowery, E to E.
R. 2 Bowerv, 88 1st av.. 142 Av.
A, 200 Av. B, 260 Av. C, 394
Goerck.

THIRD AV., continuation of and
from 395 Bowerv, N. to Harlem
R. 1 7th. 123 E. "l4th. 203 E. 18th,
299 E. 2:3d. 411 E. 29th. 503 E. 34th,
557 E. 37th. (i.57 E. 42d. 813 E .50th,
989 E. .59th. 1107 E. 6.5th. 1229 E.
71st. 1:309 E. 75th, 1389 E. 79th,
1525 E. 80th, 1627 E. 91st, 1723 E.
96th, 1923 E. 106th. 2023 E. Jllth,
2141 E. 117th. 2241 E. 122d. 2297 E.
125th. 2399 E. 1.30th.

THIRTEENTH AV.. from foot W.
11th. N. to foot W. 2.5th.

TII0:MAS. from 317 Broadway, W.
to Hudson. 2 Broadway, 31
Church, 97 Hudson.

THOMPSON, from 395 Canal, N. to
W. 4th. 2 Canal. 82 Spring, 150
W. Houston. 250 W. 4th.

TOMPKINS, from 606 Grand, E. to
E. R. 2 (rrand, 56 Rivington.

TOMPKINS MKT., 3d av. corner
6th.



STREET DIRLCTORY.



125



THIMBLK PL., from 11. ") Duuiie N. to
Tlioiiias.

THVONHOW. fi'Miii 1 Centre, E. to
' 3() Park row.

r NION cr.. 53 I'niversitv pi.

IN ION MKT., E. llou.ston, cor. Co-
luniMa.

VNION S(^, from 159 to 232, 233 4th
av., atui from 851 to 855 Broad-
way. -2 E. 14tli, r<» E. 19th.

I'NIVEHSITY PL., from 29 Waver-
lev pi., N. to E. 14th. 1 Waver-
levpl.,79E. 14th.

VANDAM, from 13 :Macdoufral, W.
to Greenwich. 1 .Macdougal, 101
(ireejiwifh.

YANDEinULT AY., from E. 42d,
bet. Madison and 4tli avs.. N. to
E. 4.-.th.

YANDEWATER, from 54 Frankfort,
E. to Pearl.

TANNEST PL , Charles, bet. Bleeek-
ei- anil \V. 4th.

YAKICK, from 130 Franklin. N. to
Carmine. 2 Franklin, 70 Canal,
134 Spring, 204 VV. Houston. 230
Carmine.

YARICK PL.. Sullivan, bet. W'.Hous-
ton and Bleecker.

YESEY. from Broadwav (opp. 2-22),
W. to N. R. 2 Broadway, 110
West.

YESTRY. from 428 Canal. \V. to N.
R. 2 Canal. 72 West.

WALKER, from 135 W. Broadway.
E. to Canal. 1 West Broadway.
69 Broadway, 125 Baxter.

WALL, from 86 Broadway. E. to E.
R. 1 Broadwav. 21 Broad. 75
Pearl, 119 South.

AVARREN. from .559 Broadway. W.
to N. R. 2 Broadway, 62 College
pi.. 128 West.

WARREN PL.. Charles, bet. Green-
wich av. and Waverley pi.

WASHINGTON, from 6 Batterv pi..
N. to Little 12th. 1 Batterv pi.,
121 Cortland, 191 Fulton! 305
Duane, 475 Canal. 565 W. Hous-
ton, 647 Christopher, 719 W. 11th,
815 Gansevoort.

WASHINGTON MKT., Fulton, c.
West.

WASHINGTON PL., from 713 Broad-
wav. W. to Wooster.

WASHINGTON SQ.. E.. from 43 W.
4th, \. to Waverley pi.

WASHINGTON SQ., N. Waverley
pi., from No. 29 to 89.

WASHINGTON SQ.. S., W. 4th, from
54 to 126.

WASHINGTON SQ.. W.. Macdougal,
from 143 to 165.

WATER, from 41 Whitehall, E. to
E. R. 1 Whitehall. 113 Wall, 199



Fulton, 3il Roosevelt, 431 Mar-
ket, .'ilia Clinton. (•„S5 .Jackson.

WATTS, from 44 Sullivan. W. to N.
R. 2 Sullivan, 66 Canal, 100
West.

WAYERLEY PL., from 727 Broad-
way, W. and N. to Bank. 1 Broad-
way. 2'.> [iiiversity pi., .57 5th av.,
161 Clu-istoi)her, 195 Bank.

WEEHAWKEN, from 304 W. 10th, S.
to Christopher.

WESLEY PL., Mulberry, from E.
Houston to Bleecker.

WEST, from 12 Battery pi., N. to 10th
av. 1 Battery pi.. 112 Cortiandt,
1S.0 Chaint)ers. 215 Franklin, 271
I)esl)rosses. 312 W. Houston, 387
Christopher. 542 Tenth av.

W. BROADWAY, froiu 131 Cham-
bers. N. to Canal. 1 Chambers,
97 Franklin. 199 Canal.

W. BROADWAY PL.. S. 5th ay.,bet.
Caiuil and Grand.

WEST END AY., that part of lllh
av. from W. 64th to W. 106th.

W. HOUSTON, from 609 Brf)adway,
W. to N. R 2 Broadway. 60
Wooster, 148 Macdougal, 236
Yarick. 448 West.
WASHINGTON MKT., W., bet.
Fulton and A'esey.
WASHIN(tT0N PL., from 156
Macdougal W. to Grove. 2 Mac-
dougal. 72 Grove.
THIRD. (See Amity.)

W. FOURTH, from 697 Broadwav to
W. 13th. ] Broadwav. 151 6th
av.. 231 W. 10th, 349 W."l3th.

W. NINTH, from 22 5th av.. W. to
I 6th av.

; W. TENTH, from 32 5th av., W. to

N. R. 1 5th av., 127 Greenwich

av.. 245 Hudson. 307 West.

I W. ELEYENTH, from 804 Broadway,

I W. to N. R. 1 Broadwav. 61 5th

av.. 135 6th av.. 197 Greenwich

i av.. 2S7 Bleecker, 389 13th av. •

TWELFTH, from 58 5th av., W.

toN. R. ISthav, 85 6thav.,299

Greenwich av., 313 Hudson, 418

13th av.

THIRTEENTH to W. 59th. inclu-
sive, from 5th a v., W. to N. R..
commencing a new hundred with
each av.

WHITE, from 117 AY. Broadway, E.
to Baxter. 1 W. Broadway, 67
Broadway, 131 Baxter.

WHITES PL., 214 AY. 18th.

WHITEHALL, from 2 Broadway, S.
to E. R. 4 Bowling Green, 48
State.

AYILLETT, from 482 Grand, N. to E.
Houston. 2 Grand. 74 Rivington,
134 E. Houston.



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STREET DIRECTORY,



WILLIAM, from 107 Pearl, N. E. to

Pearl. 2 Pearl, 44 Wall, 140

Fulton. 274 Pearl.
WILLOW TER., E. 73d, near Third

av.
WINTHROP PL., Greene st., bet.

Waverley pi. and Clinton pi.
WOOSTER, from 355 Canal, N. to W.



4tli. 2 Canal, 54 Broome, 106 W.

Houston, 2.50 VV. 4tli.
WORTH, from 72 Hudson, E. to

Park row. 2 Hudson, 62 Chufch,

134 Centre.
WYOMING PL., Elizabeth, bet. E.

Houston and Bleecker.
YORK, 9 St. John's.



STREETS NORTH OF HARLEM RIVER.



Alexander av


College


E. 157th


Grant av


Andrews av


College av


E. 158th


Gray


Andrews pi


Columbia av


E. 159th


Grove


A queduct av


Commerce av


E. 160th


Grove av


Arcularius pi


Concord av


E. 161St


Gun Hill rd


Arthur


Coster av


E. 162d






Courtland av


E. 163d


Harlem River av


Barretto av


Crescent av


E. 164th


Harlem River ter


Bathgate pi


Cromwell av


E. 165th


Henry


Bayard


Cross


E. 166th


Herrick av


Beach av


Croton av


E. 167th


Highbridge


Beech


Cypress av


E. 168th


Highland av


Belmont av




E. 169th


Hill


Bergen av


Delafield la


E. 170th


Hillside av


Berrian


Delancey pi
Denman pi


E. 171 St


Hoffman


Berrian av


E. 172d


Home


Berrian pi


Depot pi


E. 173d


Home av


Birch


Depot sq, E


E. 174th


Hunts Point rd


Blythe av


Depot sq, S


E. 175th




Boston av


Devoe


E. 176th


Independence


Bremer av


Division av


E. 177th


Inwood av


Bridge


Doughty


Eastern Bay av


Ivy


Bridge rd




Egbert




Broad


Eagle av


Egbert av


Jane


Broadway


E. 131st


Elizabeth


Jefferson


Bronx


E. 132d


Elliott pi


Jefferson av


Bronx av


E. 133d


Ellis pi


John


Brook av


E. 134th


Elm


Johnson av


Brown pi


E. 135th


Elm av




Buchanan pi


E. 136th


Elton av


Katonah


Butternut


E. 137th
E. 138th


Evelyn pi


Kingsb ridge rd


Camcreling av


E. 139th


Fairmont av


Lafayette


Carr


E. 140th


Feather Bed la


Laurel av


Carr av


E. 141st


Fifth av


Leggets la


Catharine


E. 142d


Fir


Lewis


Cauldwell av


E. 143d


First av


Liberty


Cedar


E. 144th


Fitch


Lincoln av


Cedar av


E. 145th


Fordham av


Lind av


Cedar la


E. 146th


Fordham pi


Locust av


Central av


E. 147th


Forest


Lorillard


Cheever pi


E. 148th


Fourth av


Lorillard ter


Chestnut


E. 149th


Franklin av


Loring av


Church


E. 150th


Frederick


Low


Claremont av


E. 1.51st


Fulton av


Ludlow


Clarke pi


E. 152d






Clifif


E. 153d


Garden av


Macomb av


Cliff pi


E. 1.54th


George


Macomb's Dam'rd


Clinton


E. 15.5th


Gerard av


Madison av


Clinton pi


E. 156th


Grand av


Magnolia av



STREiyr DIRECTOltV



127



Main
MapK'
Maple av
Marble
Marcher av
Marcy ]>1
Marion av
Maxwell
Meadow
Meehanie
Monroe av
Morris
Morris av
Morrisauia av
Moshulu av
Mott
Mott av
Myrtle av

New-
North
N. 3d av
Northern ter

Oak
Oak av
Ogden av
Oliver av
Orchard
Orchard av



Palisade av
Park av
Passage av
Pelliam av
I'ieree
Pond pi
Potter pi
I'owell pi
I'rospect
Prospect av
Prospect pi
Pyne

Rae

Railroad av
Railroad av., E
Richard
Rider av
Ridge av
River av
Riverdale av
Riverside av
Robbins av
Rock
Rose
Rustic av
Ryer pi

St. Ann's av
St. John's av



Samuel
Second av
Sedgwick av
Seventh av
Sheridan
Sixth av
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receives a limited number of cases of

MENTAL AND NERVOUS DISEASES,

at his residence, at Greenmont, near the the village of Sing Sing.



Selected Cases of Inebriety and of the Opium
Habit are also received.



Application for admission may be made at his office, No. 45
East 23D Street, New York City, on Mondays and Fridays,
between 4 and 5 o'clock p. M., or by letter addressed to him at
Greenmont, Box 234, Sing Sing P. O., New York.



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No. 776 Third Ave., cor. 4STH St., New York.

DRUGGIST. DISPENSING CHEMIST, AND DEALER
IN SURGICAL INSTRUMENTS.



ANALYTICAL AND OPERATIVE CHEMICAL LABORATORY.



Qualitative and Quantitative Analyses made with the greatest accuracy and
dispatch.



Urine and Toxicolog-ical Examina
tions.

Examinations of adulterated com-
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University of tlie City of New York.

MEDICAL DEPARTMENT,
410 East 3Gtli St., opp. Bellevne Hospital, New York City.

FoKTv-SixTH Session, 1887-88.

REV. .TOHN HALI., D.D., LL.D., Chancellor of the University.
REV. HE.VRY M. 3It CRACKEIV, D.D., Vice Chancellor
CHARLES INSLEE PARDEE, M.D., Dean of the Faculty Pro-
fessor of Otology. '

J. AV. S. ARNOLD, M.D., Professor Emeritus of Physiology and
Histolosry.

ALERED L.. LOOMIS, M.D., LL..D., Professor of Pathology and
Practice of Medicine ; Physician to Bellevue Hospital.

AVIL.L.IAM H. TH03JS0N,M.D., LL.D., Professor of Materia Med-
ica and Therapeutics ; Diseases of the Nervous System ; Physician to Belle-
vue Hospital.

J. WtLLISTON WRIGHT, M.D., Professor of Surgery ; Surgeon to
Bellevue Hospital.

\VM. MECKLENBURG POLK, 3I.D., Professor of Obstetrics and
Diseases of Women and Children ; Phvsician to Bellevue Hospital.

LEAVIS A. .STI3ISON, M.D., Professor of Anatomy ; Professor of Clin-
ical Surgery • Surgeon to Bellevue and Presbyterian Hospitals.

RUDOLPH A. \VITTHAUS,M.D., Professor of Chemistry and Physics.

A. E. MACDONALD, LL.B., M.D., Professor of Medical Jurispru-
dence and Psychological Medicine ; General Superintendent of the New York
City asylums for the Insane.

HERMAN KNAPP, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology ; Surgeon to the
New York Ophthalmic and Aural Institute.

FANEUlL D. WEISSE, M.D., Professor of Practical and Surgical
Anatomv ; Surgecn to Workhouse Hospital, B. I.

HENRY G. PIFFARD, M.D., Clinical Professor of Dermatology;
Consulting Surgeon to Charity Hospital.

F. R. S. DRAKE, M.D., Clinical Professor of Medicine ; Physician to
Bellevue Hospital.

JOSEPH E. WINTERS, M.D., Clinical Professor of Diseases of
Children.

PRINCE A. MORROW, M.D., Clinical Professor of Venereal Diseases;
Surgeon to Charity Hospital.

WILLIAM C. JARVIS, M.D., Clinical Professor of Laryngology.

LAURENCE JOHNSON, M.D., Professor of Medical Botany ; Visit-
ing Physician to Randall's Island Hospital.

S. C. BLAISDELL, M.D., Demonstrator of Anatomy.

THE PRELIMINARY SESSION will begin on Wednesday, Sept. 21. 1887.

THE REGULAR WINTER SESSION will begin Oct. 5, 1887, and end
about March, 1888. To put the laboratories on a proper footing a new building
is being erected at an expense of one hundred thousand dollars.

University Biological and Pathological Laboratory. — The Faculty,
aided by generous friends, have enlarged the New Laboratory Building and
established a Biological and Pathological Laboratory in connection with its
Laboratory of Chemistry and Materia Medica. It is furnished with all the
apparatus for the study of Bacteriology, and for special lines of investigation.

In addition to the ordinary clinics, special ciinicaHnstruction, without ad-
ditional EXPENSE, will be given to the candidates for graduation during the
latter part of the Regular Session.

Each of the seven Professors of the Regular Faculty, or his assistant, will con-
duct a recitation on his subject one evening each week. Students are thus
enabled to make up for lost lectures, and prepare themselves properly for their
final examinations without additional expense.

THE SPRING SESSION will begin about the middle of March and end
the last week in May. The daily Clinics and Special Practical Courses will be
the same as in the W'inter Session, and there will be Lectures on Special Sub-
jects by members of the Faculty.

FEES.

For course of Lectures S140 00

Matriculation 5 00

Demonstrator's Fee. including material for dissection 10 00

Final Examination "Fee *. 30 00

For fu7'ther />a7-iicitlars atid circulars address the Dean,

Prof. CHAS. INSLEE PARDEE, M.D.,

University Medical College, 410 East 26th St.. New York City.



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Mr. Reich will be pleased to see those of the medical profession
who desire to avail themselves of the opportunity of procuring
strictly first-class Wines, which have received the indorsement of
the most eminent medical men of the country, as is evidenced from
the following letters of commendation which have been received :

This is to certify that I have examined Mr. L. REICH'S TOKAYER
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in commending these Wines to the medical profession, because of their
purity. R. OGDEN DOREMUS, M. D., LL.D.

We have used in our practice the Hungarian Wines sold by Mr. Lorenz
Reich, who puts them on the market unadulterated, just as they are im-
ported. To this fact we attribttte their great value as a medicine in diseases
where such tonics are indicated, especially in those which areat tended bv


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