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Co.
1000 Cody, N. V.
1686 Park Av. Phar.
1720 Alexander, J.

1840King, Jr., J.
33d, Goldwater &

Firniin
41st, Van Horn &

Ellison
Cor, 42d, So h o o n -

maker, F. W.
Cor. 61st, Scherick,

R.

76th, Brater, K. J.
Cor. 78th, Krappe,

M.
86th, Falkenreck,

F H
Cor. 89th, Schmidt,

S.
Cor. 91st, Schmidt,

H. C.

Park Pl
60 Behrens, A.

Park Row
173 Oduber, H. E.



Pearl
426 Wheeler
Guck



&



Pike

40Steinbuck, M.
A.

Pleasant Av
298 Kaims, L. E.
401 Heffter, G. O.
Ulst, Heffter, M.
361 Holte, E.

Prince
25 Asselta, R.
157 Wenderoth, A.



Riverton
70 Koft. H. J.
268 Woelfll, J.

Rivington
19 Koehler, O.
130Lewin,I
165 Goldmarm, O.
214 Hedrick, T. B

Roosevelt

19 Roberts.W. H.

H.

Rutgers

20 Ornstein, H.
31 Backes, T. J.

Second Av

3 Komdoef er, F.
30 Stohlmann,W.

T.
101 Rau, G.
158 Denicke, E.
192 Proben, J. A.
213 Rondin, A.
329 Jarchow, H

W.
359 KirchoefEer, G.

W.
423 Philippe, E. &

J. R.
445 Koellner, J.
498 Lenz, Otto
543 Carey, H.
574 Hardy, S. A.,

M.D
603 Thompson, Dr.

G.
623 Kessler, C. E.
652 Thornbury, T.
700 Rabenstein,H.
731 Littell, N. L.
747 Schreyer, G.

F.
781 Maclean, F. E.
803 Richter, O.
8;j0 Nathan, P.
858 Jarchow, G.W.
893Bayrhoff,Wm.
919 Laurent, H. A.
919 Kopp, R.
962 Daepfner, E.
984 S t o 1 z enburg,

C C P
1077 Hart, "f.'x.
1102 Faber, S.
1156 Freiberger, L.
1180 Stoff, L.
1325 Fluegel, H.
1334 Fleischer. R.
1396 Hoffman, G.
1437 Wurm, C
1480 Dietz, C. W. &
Co.



Second Av
15i'5 Safford, E. E.
1583 Miloche, A.
1619 Althans, R.
1624 Zahn, R.
1646 Koester, H. F.
1646 Bischof , A. S.
1657 Ferrer, J. N.
1682 Proben, C. A.
1700 Krof mann, J.
1716 Carlstadt, D.
1739 Wilken, C.
1826 Schultz, W. L.
1863 Lippincott, N.

D.

1885 Ottmer, H.
1973 Duffy, C. H.
l993Powelson, J,

A.
2038 Kronsberg, F.
2073 Diehl, T.
2101 Doege, P.
2146Pipenbrink, R.
2170 Calvellis, M. D.
2198 Scarneo, L.
2214 Mayfack, S.
2297 Boyken, J. A.
2338 Watkins, C. C.
2398 Meyer, C. J.
2436 Treutler, P.
54th, Eraser & Co.,

T. E.
124th, Hassell,L. A.



Seventh Av
61 Scott, W. W.
98 Weinman, O.

K.
122 Habersack, N.
157 Heller, H.
173 Weinman, O.

C.
260 Herzf eld Bros.
286 Legoll, E.
311 Frentz, F.
349 Krause, O.
378 Runkel, C. F,
4-'8 Kremer, J.
482 Lord, C. F.
576 Rosen stock,

E
709 Boehme, G.
821 Keller, I. W.
1960 Cunz, F. W. L.
2020 Hart, H. C.
^042 H e i n emann,

H.
2140 Orlewitz, H.
2161 Wasself
2240 Sax, Max
2257 Besensac &

Yussine
2300 Breen, T. B.



32a



KEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF DRUGGISTS.



Seventh Av

Cor. 23d, Priest, D.
M.

28th, Hazard, Haz-
ard & Co.

Cor. 134tb, Baltzby,
A. B.

Cor. 134th, Lauffer,
G. A.

Sixth Av
43 Montanus, E.,

Jr.
102 Bigelow, C. O.
146 Lif schitz, I.
172Macmahan

Phar. Co.
172Ridgeway, W.

T.
179 Frees, J. B.
213 Paepke & Tell-

kampf
213 Tellkampf , G.

F.
244 Hanson, C. F.
255 Roth, H. C.
292 Oassebeer, H.

A Jr.
353 Riker,*W. B.
381 Berrian, F. M.
381 Ryer, A. L.
430 Keyser, L.
446 Stein, M.
481 Talson, J. F.
512 Johannes & Co
521 Roen, F. E. &

Co.
579 Kleinscbmidt,

F.
632 Wittmack, C.

A
632 Balluff , P.
672 Kinsman & Co.
699 Span gen berg,

F.
717 Nicholas, F.
739 Sands, G. G.
739 Bat€S, L. A.
794 Mettenheimer,

W.
847Cunz, C.
866 Swartz, M. E.

& Co.
918 Kress. O.
918 Schoellers, W.
936 Neergaard, W.
954 Boeddiker, O.
992McIntyre &

Son, E.

993 Dix Phar. Co.

1023 Kellogg & Co.

1023 Hitchcock, G.

H.
1046 Kline's Phar.



Sixth Av

Cor. 39th, Kinsman

F. W. & Co. ,
Cor. 46th, Sayre,T.

H.

48th, Cunz, C.
1014 Galpin, H. T.

S. Fifth Av
20 Naiiheim, S.

Spring

22 Lapenta, G.

62 Lahey, S. P.
144 Ortmann, R. H.
191 Marini
202 Becker, Wm. L.

Stanton
40 Graeser, H.
136 Sapiro, N.
154 Silverman, M J,
154 Mekin. W.
165 Zaugen, J.
302 D u e m pelman
E.

Stone
10 Haddad, S. F.

Suffolk
24Levien, H.

SuTTOjr Pl
20 Becker, Wm.

Tenth Av
281 Hughes, S.
294 Jameson, S. H.
313 Siebenborn, H

A.
321 Brown, G. L.
382 Cox, W. T.
4th, Kirchner,A. A.
497 Urban, A.
540Uber, A. G.
580 Kroll, A.
612 Buchop, L. F.
683 Miller Bros.
703 Miller, T.
716 Eich, A.
773Schlosser &

Gerken
841 Kunath, J. B.
881 Gurtler, W.
Cor. 46th, Schoen

feld, C.

Thibd Av
17 Beck, O. H.
47Bendiner<S
Schlessinger
07 Griffith, W. H



Third Av
lOSEngelhart &

Huber
131 Collins, F. O.
183 Opitz, J.
205 E i m e r &

Amend
301 Peraya, D.
353 Johnston

Chem . Co.
371 Woodcock
375Diedel & Son,

H. I

396 Doepfner. C.
432 Mutual Drug!

Co.
450 Brimelow, T.
479 Montgomery,

W. B.
508 Stafford, A. G.
508 Tyler, W. H.
543 Davies, T. E. |
576 Schmelz. Hugo
606 Kunze, R. E.
622Seifert, L. F.

W.
697 Rennerberg, T.
720 Goetting, G.
780 Betz, H.
817 Zagat, M.
857 Hohenthal &

Son
874 Laber, J.
923 Schmidt, H. C.

& Co.
935 Daepfner, O.
1028 Jungmann, J.
1148 Hoy kendorf,

P.
1210 Meyer Bros.
1247 Tsheppe &

Schur
1309 Latham, T.
1356 Alexander &

Vandersmis-

sen
1388 Alexander &

Vandersmis-

sen
1453 Heller, H.
1471 Franze, W.
1471 Simon, T.
1522 Murphy, J. J.
1565 Faber, W. E.
1562Schreiber, G.

A.
1620Frohwein,O.
1694 Bechtold, G.

W.
1710 B ru c k mann,

F.W.
1760 Bijou Drug

Store
1806 Hamilton, N.



Third Av
1815Plagge. A. J.
1838 Bracklo Bros.
1852 Auslender, A.
1882 Eisentrager
1904 A r o n stamm,

E. A.
1928 W e i d e n feld,

Jos. „^aL.

1987 Loeber, C.
2002Wohlfarth's

Phar.
2035 Kunz, H. "".
2063 Van der Emde,

H.
2088 Hahn, E. F. ''
21i6 Engelhard ;&

Huber
2187 Wimmer,"J.
2227 Wood, J.
2241 Griffith & Co.
2276 Marsh, C. A.*.
i2334 Benson. Z. T.
12453 Tiemann,H. A.
2632 MacPherson.C.

W.
2671 Goldwater, A,

L.
2671 Kervan, C.
2774 Ebeling, T.
2774 Huth, E.
2908 Roth, R. H.
3021 Aschenbrand,

C.
Jones, J. H.
3365 Wendler, E.
3409 Henry, F. W.
3435 Monaghan, M.

E

3516 Denicke, H.W.

3594 Huether. G. E.

42dBohmfalk,H.

Cor. 79th, Van der

Smissen, A.
138th, Hirtvigson,

M.
143dKhuen,C.

Thompson
72 Perilli, M.

Tremont Av
712 Eickwart, L. S.
1274 Corcoran, W.
D.

University Pl.
42 Muller, W. H.
64i Watling, A. «fc
Co.

Union Av
861 Strasser, H. A.
1154 Schneider, H.
B.



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF DRUGGISTS.



333



Vandkrbilt At
4 Hetherington, J.
A.

Vabick.
94 ThoD, Wm.
308 Keating, J." L.

Wall
88 SmaU, E. M.
114 Gunning &
Brown

Washington Av
937 Dautel, J. G.

West Broadway
131 Freygang, G.

Westchester Av
1016 Renson, A. A.

W. Farms Rd
1985Graphel, T. J



West Houston
57 Pleasants, C. H.
84 Luzzatto, K.

106 Gebicte, P. F.

West William
30Hey denreich,
E.

West 14th
357 Bender, M. F.

West 22d
482 Eberhardt, J.
H.

West 36th
315 Marlow, F. W.

West 46th
550 Antz, C, F.

West 54th
17 Byard, W. V.



West 5?th
477 Zagat. P.

West 59th
405 Comerford, J,
F.

West 125th
277 Belknap, A. W.
280 Spear, T. A.
332 Dennis Bros.
386 Stahl, T. L.

West 145th
303 Yager, F.

Whitehall
14j Pfingsten, G.

William
26 Fougera, E. &

Co.
72Lillard,B.



William

157 Phenylin Phar.
Co.

WiLLETT

23 Adlerman, T.

D.
79Eichacker, H.

F.

Willis Av
153 Smith, T. A.
230 Goldwater, A,

L.
280 Meschen-

moser, Wm.
230 Wilson, J. G.
243 Breiting, O. &

H.
285 McKane, B. T.
376 Burnaeister,H.
532 Jansen, J.

Worth
159Casella, D. A.



dH NURSES— MINERAL WATERS.



NURSES,

Sick and obstetric, may be obtained by viiiting or addressing :

Academy of Medicine, 17 West 43d st.

Association Male Nurses, 1247 Third ave.

Bellevue Training School, 436 East 26th st.

Bureau for Nurses, 7 East 15th st. Employment Bureau of
the Young "Women's Christian Association supply sick nurses on
application.

Charity Hospital Training School, at hospital.

Mrs. H. L. Clute's Agency, 12 West 22d st.

W. H. Ellis, 1309 and 1311 Broadway and 34tli st.

A. Kreinberg's Nurse Agency, 904 Sixth aye.

C. O'Donnell, 100 East 29tli st., corner Fourth are.

Mt. Sinai Training School, 850 Lexington ave.

New York City Training School Registry for Nurses, 118
West 43d St.

New York Hospital Training School, at hospital.

Post-Graduate Training School, 163 East 36th st.

Wet-nurses may be obtained at Nursery and Child's Hospital,
New York Lying-in Asylum, Bellevue Hospital, Charity Hospi-
tal, New York Foundling Asylum, New York Infant Asylum,
and at nurse agencies.



DEPOTS FOR MINERAL WATERS, NEW
YORK CITY.



PAGE.

Geneva Mineral Water adv. 421

Highland Spring Water " 28

Hudor Lithia Water " 32

Londonderry Lithia Water tinted insert facing page 1

Schultz, Carl H. , Aerated Mineral Waters adv. 10

St. Leger Water " 27



HOSPITALS. 325

HOSPITALS.
NEW YORK CITY.

Babies' Hospital of the City of New York (1887), 657 Lex-
ington ave., cor. 55th st. For the care of poor sick children un-
der two years of age, excluding contagious diseases. Children
must be presented for examination at the hospital between 9 a.m.
and 12 m. No mothers received. Accommodation for 24. Vis-
itors welcome any time. Supported by voluntary contributions.
Maintains the Country Branch Hospital at Oceanic, N. J. ;
open during the summer.

Altending Physician. — L. E. Holt. Consulting Physicians.— A. H. Smith,

A. Jacobi, F. P. Kinaicutt, E. B. Bronson, C A. Herter. Consulting Sur-
geon.— R Abbe. Assistant Physician.— Q. G, Kerley. Pathologist. — M.
WoUs^ein.

Belle vue Hospital (1836), foot of East 20th st. Capacity,
1,200 beds. No contagious diseases received here- For the des-
titute sick, who are received from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Those able
to pay are charged not exceeding $3.50 per week. Cases of ac-
cident or sudden illness received direct at any hour of day or
night ; all others only by permit from Superintendent of Out-
door Poor. The cases for all the hospitals in charge of the De-
partment of Public Charities and Correction are first sent here,
the diagnosis of the disease is made by the examining physician,
and the patient is assigned to the proper hospital. Ambulances,
provided with a surgeon, instruments, bandages, and restora-
tives, are attached to the hospital, and may be summoned by tele-
gram from any police station. Apply for admission to hospital
to the Superintendent of Outdoor Poor, northwest corner 11th
St. and Third ave.

Attending Physicians — E. G. Janeway, A. Jacobi, C. L. Dana, J. W.
Roosevelt, W. H Thomson, W. T. Lusk, W. M. Polk, A. A. Smith, W. G.
WyHe, A. Flint, G. B. Fowler, H P. Loomis, G. L. Peabody. W. B James,
H. M. Biggs, J. W. Brannan. Attending Surgeons.— 3 . W. S. Gouley, C.
Phelps, L. A. Stimson, W. F. Fluhrer, J. D. Bryant, F. S. Dennis, S. Alex-
ander, R. W. Taylor, F. H. Markoe, G. Woolsey. B. B. Gallaudet, F. W.
Gwyer. Consulting Physicians.— 3 . T. Metcalfe, B. W. McOready. Con-
sulting Surgeons.— Ij. A. Sayre, E. L Keyes, S. Smith. House Physicians.
—T. P. Waring, J. H. Rose. R. P. Watkins, F. W. Fabricius House Sur-
geons.— S. E. Getty, W. G. Lyle, W. Ayers, R. Goldthwaite. Warden.— Wm.

B, O'Rourke.

Beth Israel Hospital, 206 East Broadway. For gratuitous
treatment of the poor. Has at present 34 beds for occupation,
but intends during the year to increase to about 100. Applica-
tions for patients can be made to the Superintendent at the hos-
pital.

Attending Physicians.— A. A. Himowich, J. Halpem, M. Wollman, D. Rob^



326 HOSPITALS.

insohn, M. Romra, J. I. Bluestone. Attending Surgeons.— \. E. Isaacs, B,
Gordon, A. Brothers. Consulting Physicians.— A. Jacobi, E. Let"e\'re, F. W,
Lilienthal. Consulting Surgeon.— F. W. Gwyer. Consulting Neurologist. —
C. L. Dana, Consulting Gynecologist.— H. J. Boldt. Pathologist.— J. C.
Smith. House Physician.— L,. Frumson.

City (Charity) Hospital (Pub. Char, and Cor.), Blackwell's
Island, foot of 53d St., E. R. Steamer from foot of 26tli st,,

E. R., at 10.30 A.M., 1.30 and 3.30 p.m. Steam launch from foot
of 52d St. every half-hour during the day. Receives patients suf-
fering from all varieties of disease. Has a capacity of 1,000
beds. Has one surgical, three medical, three venereal, an oph-
thalmic, a dermatological, and a uterine division, comprising
thirty-five wards. Each of these has three visiting surgeons or
physicians, who do duty alternately for a period of two months.
Robert Roberts, the warden, has charge of the management of
the hospital, who is consulted by the Medical Board in regard to
its workings. The hospital departments of the Penitentiary are
under the supervision of the Medical Board and the members of
the house staff perform medical service in this and maternity
hospitals. The house staff consists of eight physicians and sur-
geons, who constantly reside in the hospital. There are eight
senior and eight junior assistants, who spend eight hours daily
at the hospital. These gentlemen are appointed after an exami-
nation by the Medical Board, and serve for a period of eighteen
months. The requirement for examination is that the candidate
shall be a graduate of a regular medical college.

Attending Physicians and Surgeons.— J. L. Smith, A. W. Stein, F. R.
Sturgis, J. J. Reid. E. S. Peck, T. H. Allen. L. B. Bangs R. Kalish. T. H.
Burchard, J. B. White, J. A. Andrews, P. A. Morrow, H. S. Norris, C. W.
Allen. E. B. Bronson. C. J. MacGuire. J. E. Kelly, A. M. Phelps, S. J. Walsh,

F. M. Warner, R. Guiteras, F. H. Wiggin, J. A. Fordyce, J. R. Hayden, W.
R Pry or, W. K. Otis, M. Grinnell, W. B. Wallace, J. B. Cosby. Consulting
Physicians.— "R. Watts, B. Robinson. W. C. Jarvis. Consulting Surgeotis —
L. A. Sayre, E. L. Keyes, J. H. Ripley, W. R. Gillette, H. G. Piffard, E.
Frankel, J. F. Ferguson, F. N Otis, R. W. Taylor. House Physicia7is.—N,
L. Deming, H. L. Barker, G. B. Worth, A. G. Meyers, H. Hutchinson, J. G.
Carson, F. Overton.

Colored Home and Hospital (1839), 65th st. and First ave.

Managed by an association of ladies and gentlemen, and under
the general supervision of the Commissioners of Public Charities
and Correction. A relief for all classes of colored people. Con-
sists of an almshouse and hospital, and a lying-in department.
Applicants must be residents of the county of New York, unless
they pay board.

Attending Physicians.— J. F. Russell, G. R. Lockwood. Attending Sur-
geons.—P. Syms, L. W, Hotchkiss. Ophthalmologist.— B.. D. Noyes. Path-
ologist.— Q. M. Tuttle. House Physician.— J. J. English.

Columbus Hospital (established 1892, incorporated 1895)
226 East 20th st. Under the charge of the Salesian Sisters of the
Sacred Heart. A general hospital, devoted to the care of the sick



HOSPITALS. 3>7

and injured poor. Patients admitted without regard to race or
creed. The poor are treated free as far as the accommodations
of the hospital admit. Ward patients able to pay, $6 per week.
Private rooms and wards at special rates. During 1894 over 95
per cent of the patients were treated free. Capacity, 125 beds.

Attending Physicians.— C. H. Lewis, J. M. Byron. Attending Surgeons.
— G. F. Shrady, R. Guiteras. Consulting Physician.— G. Boucker. Con-
sulting Surgeon.—S Smith. Special Consultants.— J. E. Winters, B. Emmet,
P. A. Callan, C. G. Coakley. Hou^e Physician - ¥. Kellar.

Emergency Hospital for Women (Pub. Char, and Cor.), 22a
East 26th st. For the reception and care of those taken in labor
in the street or on their way to the Island. The medical service
is performed by members of the house staflE of Bellevue Hospital.

Flower Surgical Hospital (1890), Eastern Boulevard. For
surgical cases only. Maintained by the New York Homoeopathic
Medical College.

Medical Superintendent.— W . T. Helmuth. Attending Surgeons.— Y. E»
Doughty, S. F. Wilcox. House Surgeon.— W. A. Stewart.

Fordham Eeception Hospital (1890), 2456 Valentine ave.
Branch of Bellevue Hospital. District covering Fordham, Tre-
mont, Williamsbridge, Kingsbridge, Woodlawn, Morrisania, and
West Farms. For the destitute sick and disabled. Has also an
ambulance service.

Attending Physicians.— J. H. Eden, D. O. Edson. Attending Surgeons. —
J. J. Quigley, R. A. Joyce, T. J. Dunn. House Surgeon.— J. Plimkett.

French Hospital (1881), 320-322 West 34th st. Under the
auspices of the French Benevolent Society of New York. Present
number of beds, 90. For the care of the French poor of the
city, and foreigners able to pay. Single beds in wards, $7 per
week ; private rooms from $20 to $30 per week, according to lo-
cation. Dispensary attached open to all, from 2 to 8 p.m. every
day except Sundays and legal holidays.

Attending Physicians.— Q. G. Van Schaick, J. S. Sauvalle, J. D. Nagel, R.
Guiteras. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons.— IE. C. Seguin, J. E. Kelly,
T. G. Thomas, E. G. Janeway, J. L. Smith. Consulting Specialist
Physicians.— H.. S. Norris, R. W. Taylor, F. M. Warner, W. R. Townsend, E.
H. Grandin, E. V. Agramonte, E. J. Bermingham, J. H. Gunning, R. Guiteras.

German Hospital (1861), Park ave. and 77th st. Open for all
nationalities, religions, and colors ; 120 free beds. Application
for admission to the hospital to be made there. No outdoor
patients are treated in the hospital ; the dispensary for outdoor
patients is at 150 Second ave. Open from 2 to 7 p.m. every
weekday.

Attending Physicians.— 1. Adler, W. Balser, A. Buchler, A. Caille, El
Fridenberg, F. Foerster, A. G. Gerster, E. Gruening, A. Jacobi, G. W. Ja-
coby, F. Kammerer, C. F. Kremer, F. Krug, C. H. Lellman, W. Meyer. R
Morje, E. Schottky, J. Simrock. Consulting Physicians. — H. F. Guleke, H»
G. Klotz, G. Langmann, J. Schnetter, E. F. Schwedler. Superintendent
—J. Katzenberg.



328 HOSPITALS.

Oonyernenr Hospital (Pub, Char, and Cor.). Gouverneur slip,
corner Front st. A reception hospital for accidents, and medical
indoor and outdoor patients, in that part of the city. Patients
are transferred from it to Bellevue.

Attending Physicians.— C. E. Nammack, J. H. Huddleston. Attending
Surgeons.— O. J. Ward, J. E. Kelly, H. M Silver. Consulting Physician.—
A. A. Smith. Consulting Surgeons.— J. W. Wright, J. D. Bryant, C. Phelps.
House Surgeon.— J . B. Pascoe.

Haliuemann Hospital (1875), Fourth ave., between 67th and
68th sts. For homoeopathic treatment of patients. Pay patients,
from |7 to $40 a week, are admitted by the Resident Physician
daily. Free patients are admitted by the Executive Committee
on application through the Resident Physician, which may be
made daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 100 beds.

Attending Physicians.— h. L. Danforth, G. B. Durrie, T, F. Smith, C. L.
Baggr, A. I. Root, J. M. Wetmore. Attending Surgeons.— H. I. Ostrom, J.
B.. Ttiompson.

Harlem Keception Hospital and Dispensary (1887), 533 E.
120th St. Is a branch of Bellevue Hospital, for the district from
73d St. to Harlem River, east of Lenox ave., and the whole of the
.23d and 24th Wards. For the destitute sick, unable to pay for
medical aid, in that section of the city. Patients received from 9
A.M. to 6 P.M. Capacity, 45 beds. Apply to Resident Physician.
Has two ambulances, which answer emergency calls in case of
accidents.

Attending Physicians.— J . G. Truax, S. T. Armstrong. Attending Sur-
^eons.—C. B. White, T. H. Manley. Consultirig Surgeon.— F. S. Dennis.
House Surgeon.— J. J. Rothwell.

Hospital for Women (homoeopathic), connected with theMedi-
-cal College for Women (1863), 213 W. 54th st. For the medical
education of women. The hospital is open to any sick woman or
child, irrespective of creed or nationality, excepting those with
contagious diseases. Refined, sensitive women may receive skilled
treatment from women physicians. Capacity, 24 beds. Patients
may pay according to ability ; ward prices $7 per week, but re-
ceived free when necessary. Supported by board of patients and
voluntary contributions of the public.

Hospital of tlie New York Society for tlie Relief of the
Raptured and Crippled (1863), 42d st., corner Lexington ave.
Free to indigent residents of New York City and vicinity and
crippled United States soldiers ; a moderate charge is made to
other parties. Appliances and bandages are furnished to the in-
digent. Accommodations for 200 patients Students are ad-
mitted to clinical instruction. Open daily (Sundays and legal
holidays excepted) from 1 to 3 for outdoor patients. During
the same hours application for the admission of indoor patients
must also be made. Day for visiting patients, Saturday from 2



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to 4 P.M. Children from four to fourteen received as indoor
patients.

Surgeon-in-Chief.—V. P. Gibney. Consulting Physicians.— J. T. Metcalfe,
J. H. Ripley, L. E. Holt, E. E. Smith, E Gr. Janeway. Consulting Sur-
geons— R. F. Weir, J. W. S. Goiiley, R Abbe, C. McBurcey, C. T. Poore, J.
D. Bryant. Consulting Specialists. — D. Webster, L. D. Bulkley, H. S»
Steams, A. M. Hamilton, L. C. Gray. House Surgeon:— W. R. Martin.

Hospital for Neryous Diseases (1867) (Pub. Char, and Cor.),
Blackwell s Island. Consists of two pavilions near City Hospital.
Capacity, 80 beds.

Consulting Physician. — J. F. Ferguson.

House of Relief of N. Y. Hospital (Old Chambers Street Hos-
pital), Hudson and Jay sts. For immediate care of emergency
cases occurring in the lower part of the city, both for indoor and
outdoor patients. Apply at any hour.

Attending Surgeon. — L. A. Stimson. House Surgeon.— W. B. Brinsmade.

Idiot Hospital (Pub. Char, and Cor.), Randall's Island. For
the care of destitute idiotic and feeble-minded children. Apply
to Superintendent of Outdoor Poor, northwest corner 11th st. and
Third ave. Medical officers same as Infants' Hospital.

Infants' Hospital (1866) (Pub. Char, and Cor.), Randall's
Island. For the care and treatment of orphan and foundling
children under two years of age, and of destitute mothers with
babes of less than two years old. Apply to Superintendent of
Outdoor Poor, northwest corner 11th st. and Third ave.

Attending Physicians.— W. P. Vanderpoel, W. F. Martin, C. G. Currier.
Attending Surgeons.— 'E. Waitzf elder, J. P. Munn, S. Lloyd. Ophthalmolo-
gists.— ¥. Van Fleet, W. W. GilfiUan. Neurologists.— W. J. Morton, F. Pe-
terson. Gynecologists.— A. P. Dudley, J. R. Goflfe. Dermatologists.— F. J.
Leviseur, G. T. Jackson. House Physician.— B.. M. Auger.

Lanra Franklin Free Hospital for Children (1886), 17 and

19 E. 111th St. and Fifth ave. Under charge of the Sisters of
Mary (P. E.), and for sick and injured children whose parents or
friends are unable to pay. The treatment is homoeopathic.

AttcTiding Physicians.— M. Deschere, G. W. McDowell, E. H. Porter, J.W,
Dowling, Jr., I. Townsend, J. B. Garrison, W. I. Pierce. Attending Sur-
geons.— S. F. Wilcox, W. T. Helmuth, Jr., G. W. Roberts. Consulting Phy-
sicians.— T. F. Alien, J. F. Wetmore, Consulting Surgeons.— W. T. Hel-
muth, F. E. Doughty.

Lebanon Hospital, 150th st. and Westchester ave. 100 beds.
Poor patients free. Outdoor department 3 to 4 daily.

Attending Physician.— A. P. Zemansky. Attending Surgeon.— S. Lloyd.
Attending Gynecologist.— B,. Waldo. Ophthalmologist.— W. Cowen. Der-
matologist.— W. S. Gottheil. Superintendent.— Dr. Gustav Liebermann.

Manhattan Hospital (1885), 131st st. and Tenth ave. Ac-
commodations for 43 patients. Indigent residents of Kew York
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for ward accommodations and $15 to $25 a week for private rooms.
Tiiere is also an out-patient department, open daily from 2 to 4
P.M., for treatment of the poor only. Ambulances are provided
day and night for emergency cases. Hours for visitors, from 2
to 4 P.M., Tuesdays, Fridays, and Sundays. The hospital is sup-
ported entirely by. charitable contributions.

Attending Physicians.— F. H. Daniels, S. Biruch, G. S. Knickerbocker.
attending Surgeons.— Li. A. Rodenstein, M. V. Wilkie, F. A. Manning.
Consulting Physician.— C S. Ward. Consulting Surgeon.— W. T. Bull.
Pathologist.— E. M. Culver. Superintendent.— h. Fenn.

Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital (1869), 103 Park ave., cor-
ner 41st St Open daily at 2 p.m. for the gratuitous treatment of
diseases of the eye, ear, throat, and nervous system. Also indoor
patients.

Attending Surge »is.— D. B. St. John Roosa, D. Webster, O. D. Pomeroy,
J. B. Emerson, F. N. Lewis, N. J. Hepburn, F. W. Ring, J. E. Nichols, A. H.
Smith, M. J. Asch, O. B. Douglas, C. H. Knight, W. F. Chappell. Path-
ologists.— Y. T. Reyling, H. B. Douglas.

Maternity Hospital (Pub. Char, and Cor.), Blackwell's Island,



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