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229



Telephone Call, 1974a 38th St.

HOME BUREAU DELICACIES FOR THE SICK.

NURSES' REGISTRY.

15 WEST 42d STREET, Near Fifth Avenue.

OPEN DAY, NIGHT, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.

DELICACIES of ^11 kinds on hand and to order.

MILK Sterilized. Peptonized, Pasteurized and put up for Infants by pre
scription from phys-ician.

NURSES of^ experience. Masseurs, and a few exceptionally good Male
Nurses supplied at the shortest notice Xo charge.

TO RENT, stretchers. Invalid Chairs, Back Rests, Bed-trays, Rubber Beds.
Bath Beds, Ice Chests, and everything needed by physicians for the com-
fort of their patients.

FOR SALE, Bandages (rolled and in jacket form). Absorbent Cotton,
Adhesive Plasters, Iodoform Gauze, Rubber Sheeting, etc.

REFERS BY PERMISSION TO

Chas H. McBurney. M. D. Andrew H. Smith, M. D.

Clement Cleveland, M. D. Wm. H. Thomson, M. D.

Francis Delafield, M. D. Paul F. Munde, M. D.

Henry F. Walker, M. D. Wm. T. Lusk, M. D.

H. Marion Sims, M. D. Egbert Guernsey, M. D.

J. M. Schley, M. D.
Wm. Pepper, M. D., Phila. Frances Ranken, M. D., Newport.

ENDORSED EVERYWHERE BY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.
Organized and Incorporated 1895. Telephone Call, X974A-38th St.

METROPOLITAN TRAINED NURSES' CLUB

OF THE CITY OF NEW YORK,

104 WEST 41st STEEET.
Office, HOME BUREAU, 15 West 42d Street.

OPEN DAY. NIGHT, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.

ORGANIZATION of Trained Nurses, and a central place where they

can be promptly secured, the objects of the Club.
TRAINED NURSES of ability only are eligible for membership.
MEMBERS (numbering- almost one hundred) represent Bellevue, Xew

York Post-Graduate, New York City, Mt. Sinai, and nearly all the leading

hospitals of this city and countn,-.

PROMPT ATTENTION paid to all calls at the Club House, the office,
or by telephone or telegram.

NURSES s^nt to all parts of the country at the shortest possible notice.

NURSES carefully selected for cases requiring special adaptation.

PHYSICIANS desiring to secure the services of their own nurses will be
notified of their engagements.

NO CHARGE for supplying nurses at the Club House or at the office.

PATRONIZED AND ENDORSED BY ALL THE LEADING PHYSICIANS.

Summer Club House : Tarrytown-on-the-Hudsoj*.



230



AN EVENT OF MUCH IMPORTANCE.




is an Ammoniated-Phenylacetamide product of
Coal-tar and differs frorn the numerous similar
products in that it contains Ammonia in active
form. As a result of this AMMONOL possesses
marked stimulating and expectorant properties.
The well-known cardiac depression induced by
other Antipyretics, has frequenth' prohibited their use in otherwise
suitable cases. The introduction of a similar drug, possessed of stimu-
lating properties, is an event of much importance. AMMONOL possesses
marked anti-neuralgic properties, and it is claimed to be especially use-
ful in cases of dysmenorrhoea, — The Medical Magazine, London.

AMMONOL behaves as a stimulant as well as an antipyretic and
analgesic, thus differing from other coal-tar products. It has been used
in the relief of rheumatism and neuralgic pains, and in the treatment of
the sequelae of alcoholic excess AMMONOL is also prepared in the
form of salicylate, bromide and lithiate. The presence of Ammonia in
a more or less free state gives it additional properties as an expectorant,
diuretic and corrective of hyperacidity. — London Lancet.

Ammonol may be obtained from all Leading Druggists.

Send for "ammonol EXCERPTA," a 48 Page Pamphlet.

THE AMMONOL CHEMICAL CO., new york, u.s a.

NUTROLACTIS

THE

GALACTAGOGUE.

F"ORlV[UL^«L.

5 Galega Officinalis F. B.

Galega Apolinea A A 3 parts.
Galega Tephrosea i "

Enables nursing mothers whose milk is scanty or poor to yield
a copious supply of excellent milk in three days. Nutrolactis acts
by improving the mother's nutrition ; it does not force dry moth-
ers to produce good milk copiously, it enables them to do so.

Formula on every bottle.

One full sized bottle (16 oz.), value one dollar, sent tree to any
physician paying express charges on delivery.

PREPARED BY

THE NUTROLACTIS COMPANY,

368 West i Ith Street, NEW YORK CITY.



HEALTH DEPARTMENT. 231



HEALTH DEPAKTMENT.



Criminal Court Building.

Charles G. Wilson, . Commissioner and President.

George B. Fowler, M.D., . . . Commissioner of Health.
Altah H. Doty, M.D., . . . Health Officer of the Port.
Theodore Roosevelt. . . President Board of Police.

Emmons Clark, Secretary.

Henry Stein:ert, .... Attorney and Counsel.



Honorary and Advisory Officers.

Charles F. Chandler, Ph.D., . . Consulting Hygienist.
T. Mitchell Prudden, M.D., . . Consulting Pathologist.
Horace P. LooMis, M.D., ...

Frank Ferguson, M.D " "

Daniel Draper, M.D., . . Consulting Meteorologist

Henry G. PiFFARD, M.D. , . . Consulting Dermatologist.

George Henry Fox. M.D. , ..."

Joseph N. Henry, M.D. , ...

A. F. LiAUTARD, M.D., . . Consulting Veterinai^ Surgeon.

Stevenson Tow LE, M.D. , . . Consulting Sanitary Engineer.



Considting Physician-in-Chief to the Hospitals of the Departmejit.
George F. Shrady, A.M., M.D.

Attending Physicians to the Hospitals of the Department.

H. W. Berg. M.D. W. P. Northrup, M.D.

J. Winters Brannan, M.D. Joseph E. Winters, M.D.
Albert T. Swan, M.D.

Consulting Physician of the Board to the Division of Bacteriology,

Pathology and Disinfection.
f

T. Mitchell Prudden, M. D.



232 CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.

Executive Officers.

Charles F. Roberts, M.D., . . Sanitary Superintendent
F. H, Dillingham, M.D., Assistant Sanitary Superintendent.
Roger S. Tracy, M.D., . . . Register of Vital Statistics.
Alfred E. Thayer, M. D. , . Deputy Register of Vital Statistics.
Alfred Lucas, .... Chief Sanitary Inspector.

C. S. Benedict, M.D., Chief Inspector of Contagious Diseases.
Herman M. Biggs, M.D., Pathologist and Director of the

Bacteriological Laboratory.
C. H. G. Steinsieck, M.D., Resident Physician,

Riverside Hospital.
W. L. Somerset, M.D., Resident Physician,

Willard Parker Hospital.
Edward W. Martin, Chief Inspector Food Inspection and

Offensive Trades.
Ernst J. Lederle Chemist.



CONTAGIOUS DISEASES.

regulations of the board of health.

Section 98. — 1. Whenever it becomes known to the principal
or teacher in charge of a school that a contagious disease prevails
in a house, other than a tenement, in which a child or children
attending the school lives or live, such child or children shall be
immediately excluded from the school, and shall not be readmit-
ted except as elsewhere in this section provided.

2. Whenever the principal or teacher in charge ascertains that
a contagious disease other than small-pox or typhus fever ex-
ists in a tenement house, but on one floor only, a child or children
living on another floor of the same house need not for this reason
be excluded, but children thus situated must be questioned daily
about their health and that of their respective families, and must
be sent home at the first sympton of illness or the first intelli-
gence of contagion in their families.

3. But if a contagious disease of any description exists on more
than one floor of a tenement house, or if the disease existing on
only one floor be small-pox or typhus fever, all children living in
the house must be promptly excluded from the school.

4. Children excluded in pursuance of the above rules shall not
be again permitted to attend school — *

In case of scarlet fever, until three weeks after the beginning



CONTAGIOUS DISEASES. 233

of the last case, on the floor or in the house, according to whether
the exclusion has applied to the floor or an entire house under the
above rules.

In case of measles, until two weeks after the beginning of the
last case, on the floor or in the house, according to the extent of
exclusion.

In case of diphtheria, until one week after the termination of
the last case, on the floor or in the house, according to the ex-
clusion.

In case of scarlet fever, measles, or diphtheria, until a certifi-
cate of the Board of Health is produced, stating that the apart-
ments, bedding, and clothing affected by contagion have been
properly disinfected.

If the disease be small-pox or typhus fever, children who have
been in such a case excluded must not resume their attendance
without producing a certificate from the Board of Health stating
it is safe for them to do so.

5. New scholars applying for admission, living in houses or on
floors where a contagious disease prevails, must be admitted or
excluded in compliance with the above rules.

6. Principals and teachers in charge are required to communi-
cate to the Clerk of the Board of Education any information
received by them relevant to this subject not known to be in his
possession.

7. Hereafter all children attending the schools under the con-
trol of this Board, and residing in orphan asylums, infirmaries,
homes, nurseries, or other institutions, shall regularly furnish to
their respective principals weeklj^ certificates signed by a duly
licensed and competent physician of good standing, to the effect
that during the week preceding the date of such certificate there
were no contagious or infectious diseases of any kind in such
asylum, infirmary, home, nursery, or institution, and no princi-
pal shall allow the attendance at school of any such children
unless such certificate herein required is furnished as aforesaid ;
and all such certificates shall be preserved by said principals for
one year.

8. If the certificate should show that there was any such dis-
ease in such orphan asylum, infirmary, home, nursery, or insti-
tution, or if any principal should, from any other source, ascer-
tain the existence of any such disease in any such orphan
asylum, infirmary, home, nursery, or institution, such principal
shall lorthwith dismiss from attendance all pupils residing in
such orphan asylum, infirmary, home, nursery, or institution,
and such pupils shall not be allowed to attend until authorized by
the committee on By-Laws, Elections, and Qualifications of the
Board of Education.



234 DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH— PENSION SURGEONS.

DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, BROOKLYK

Commissioner's Office, 38 and 40 Clinton Street.

Z. Taylor Emery, M.D., . . . . Commissioner.

R. M. Wyckoff, M.D., . . . Deputy Commissioner.

Geo. E. West, M.D., Secretary.

Albert E, Moore Counsel.



PEFSIOIS^ SURGEOJN^S, NEW YORK CITY.

Upper Board.
D. Benham Spence. H. A. C. Anderson. D. D. Stevens, Sec.

Meets Wednesday and Friday of each week, at 12 m., at 170
East 60th St.

Central Board.
J. G. Truax. W. R. Pryor. R. L. Pritchard, Sec.

Meets at 12 m. on Wednesdays, at 64 Madison Ave.

Union Square Board.
G. T. Chase. D. C. Romaine, Sec. J. F. Erdmann.

Meets at 12 m. Union Square.

Lower Board.
J. W. Swift. R. T. Bang, Sec. C. W. Sanders.

Meets at 182 Sixth Ave.

Fifth Board.
T, H. Newland, Sec. Truman Nichols. L. J. McNamara.

Meets every Wednesday, 10 a. m., 267 East Broadway.

Sixth Board.
James Begen. J. C. Beekman, Sec. A. T. Frech.

Meets every Wednesday, 10 a. m., 19 West 60th St.



CORONERS— QUARANTINE— POLICE STATION HOUSES.



235



COKOlSrERS OF NEW YOEK CITY.

Office, Criminal Court Building, Centre Street.

E. T. FiTZPATRiCK, 258 Henry st,

William H. Dobbs, 240 W. 11th st.

Dr. Theodore K. Tuthill, 319 W. 18th st.

Dr. Emil W. Hoeber, 612 Lexington ave.



COROKEES' PHYSICIANS.

Dr. Edward J. Donlin, 129 W. Houston st.

Dr. Albert T. Weston, 226 Central Park West.

Dr. Philip F. O'Hanlon, 335 E. 20th st.

Dr. Otto H. Schultzr, 166 E. 64th st.

Dr. William T. Jenkins, Consulting Pathologist.

Edward F. Reynolds, Chief Clerk.



QUAEANTINE OF THE POET OF NEW YOEK.

. Office of Commissioners of Quarantine, 71 and 73 Broadway.

Boarding Station, between Clifton and Fort Wadsworth, S. I.

Hospital of Observation. Hoffman Island.

Hospital for Contagious Diseases, Swinburne Island.

Health Officer of the Port, Alvah H. Doty, M.D.

Residence at boarding station.



POLICE STATION HOUSES.



Precinct.

Ist-Old Slip.

2d— New Church.

8d-City Hall.

4th— 9 Oak.

5th— 19 Leonard.

6th— 19 Elizabeth.

7th— 247 Madison.

8rh— 27 & 29 Macdougal

9th— 94 Charles.
10th— 205 Mulberry.
lltti-89 Eldrid^'e.
12th— 178 Delancey
13th— Union Market.



Prfcinct.

14th— 1-^t av. and 5th.
15th -221 Mercer,
litli— 230W 2<'th.
17th-:U E. 29th.
18th— 327 E 22d.
19th-137 W. 3()th.
20th -434 W 37th.
21st— 16U E. 35 th.
22d-347 W. 47th.
23d-l«3 E. 51st.
23d (Sub )-GC., Depot.
24th— 1.52 W. 68th.
25th— 151 E. 67th



Prec
2()th-
27th-
28th-
29th-
30th-
3lst-
.S2fl-
33d-
34th-
35th-
36th-
3rth-
38th-



inrt.

-134 W. lOOtb.
-E 88th, u. Av. A.
-177 E. 104th.
-146 E. 126th.
-43S VV. 125th.
-High Bridge.
■10th av. c. VV. 152d.
16i)thand Third av.
-Tremont.
-Kingsbri'lge.
-Pier A. N. R.

-Wakefield.



236



POSTAL INFORMATION.



POSTAL ^FORMATION.

Postal Rates.
United States, Canada and Mexico.

On Letters (and on all matter sealed or closed against Inspection), two
cents for each ounce or fraction thereof ; on Newspapers and Magazines,
known as " Second Class Mail Matter," one cent for each four ounces ; on
Circulars, Books, Pamphlets, Business Cards, Hand Bills, Engravings,
Chromos and other similar printed matter, one cent for each two ounces or
fraction thereof ; on Merchandise, one cent per ounce or fraction thereof,
except Seeds, Cuttings, Roots, Plants, Bulbs and Coins, the postage on
which is one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof.

GrBEAT Britain, Ireland, Germany, France, iTAiiY, Spain,

Austria, Russia, and ali, other Countries belonging

TO THE Universal, Postal Union.

On Letters, five cents for each half ounce; on Newspapers and other
printed matter and on samples of merchandise (nothing of salable value
allowed), one cent for each two ounces or fraction thereof. International
Postal Cards can be sent to all European and most other foreign countries.
To Canada and Mexico domestic rates apply.

Do not send money by mail except in Registered Letters or by Money
Orders.

General Post-Office,

JUNCTION BROADWAY AND PARK ROW.

Branch Stations of the New York Post-Office.



A— 143 Prince st., cor. West B'way.

Telephone call, 2 Spring.
B— 380 Grand st., near Suffolk.

Telephone call, 94 Spring.
C — 589 Hudson st., cor. Bethune.

Telephone call, 109 Spring.
D— 25-27 Third ave., near 8th st.

Telephone call, 211 18th.
E— 110-114 W. 32d St., near 6th ave.

Telephone call, 5 18th.
F— 399-401 Third ave., near 28th st.

Telephone call, 155 18th.
G— Eighth ave., cor. 5.5th st. Tele-
phone call, 117 38th.
H — 44th St. and Lexington ave.

Telephone call, 118 38th.
J— 213 W. 125th St., near 7th ave.

Telephone call, 776 Harlem.
K— 203 E. 8Sth St., near 3d ave.

Telephone call, 216 79th.
L— Cor. Lexington ave. and 125th st.

Telephone call, 746 Harlem

Sub-Stations op the

No.

1 — Catherine and Cherry sts,.

2—2278 Seventh ave.

3—562 Grand st.

4 — 3 Second ave.

5— King and Hudson sts.

6 — Avenue C and Sixth St.

7—102 Sixth ave.

8—91-93 Eighth ave.

9— -Riverdale R. R. station.
10—901 Columbus ave.
11— Eighth ave. and 23d st.
12-936 Sixth ave.



M— Amsterdam ave,, between 157th

and 158th sts.
N — Williamsbridge.
0—72 Fifth ave., cor. 13th st. Tele-
phone call, 602 18th.
P— Produce Exchange Building.

Telephone call, 684 Broad.
R— 150th St. and 3d ave. (Morrisania)

Telephone call, 656 Harlem.
S— Kingsbridge, near N. Y. C. & H.

R. R. depot.
T— 719 Tremont ave.
V— Wool Exchange, W. B'way and

Beach st. Telephone call, 1032

Frklyn.
W— 498 Columbus ave., cor. 84th st.

Telephone call, 75 Columbus.
X— Westchester.
Y— 1160-1162 Third ave., near 68th st.

Telephone call, 29 79th.
Z— City Island.
HB— Sedgwick ave., near Depot pi.

New York Post- Office.

No.

13— Eighth ave. and 41st st.

14— Park ave. and 42d st,

1.5 — Columbus ave. and 61st st.

16—9 East 59th st.

17— Third ave. and 105th st.

18— Pleasant ave. and 12l8t st.

19—3409 Third ave.

20— 4262 Third ave.

21—2918 First ave.

22— 76th St. and Lexington ave.

23—20 Mulberry st.

24— Rotunda of N. Y. Herald Bldg.



POSTAL INFORMATION— LOCATION OF PIERS.



237



No.

25—945 First ave.
26—50 East 110th st.
27— Cortland ave. and ISSth st.
28—295 Amsterdam ave.
29-230 Willis ave.
30—320 West 145th st.
31—84 Canal st.
32— Bedford Park.
33 — Universitj-, Fordham^ Heights.
34—52 Avenue A,
35—2225 Eiirhth ave.
36—1433 First ave.

37— Cor. Washington and Christo-
pher sts.



No.

38— Wakefield.
39— Unionport.

40— Cor. 60th st. and Third ave.
41 — Cor. 56th st. and Lexington ave.
42— Cor. 91st st. and Amsterdam av.
43—258 E. B'way, cor. Montgomery-
street.
44—1274 Tremont ave. (West Farms).
45 — 1722 Amsterdam ave.
46—406 E. Houston st., cor. Sheriff.
47— Woodlawn.

48—962 Second ave., cor. 51st st.
E. I.— Ellis Island, N. Y. Haabor.



LOCATION OF PIERS.

North River.



No. Street.

A & 1, foot Battery pi

2, 3, bet. Battery pi. &

Morris
4 foot Morris
5, 6, 7. bet. Morris &

Rector

8, foot Rector

9, 10, bet. Rector and
Carlisle

11, foot Carlisle

12, " Albany

13, bet. Alb. & Cedar
14 (old), foot Cedar
14 (new), foot Fulton

16, bet. Liberty and
Cortlandt

18, foot Cortlandt

19, bet. Cortlandt & Dey
20 (old), foot Dey

20 (new), ft. Chambers

21 (new), foot Duane

23, foot Yesey

24, (old), bet. Vesey &
IBarclay

No. Street.

1, 2, Whitehall

3, 4, Moore and Broad

5, Broad and Coenties
slip

6, 7, 8, Coenties Slip

9, 10, Coenties and Old

slip
11, 12, Old slip

13, Old slip and Gouver-
neur lane

14, Jones lane
15, 16, Wall

17, Pine

18, Maiden lane

19, Fletcher

20, 21, Burling slip

22, Fulton

23, Beekman

24, Beekman and Peck
slip



No. Street.


No. Street.


21 (new) foot, Franklin


43 (new), foot Barrow


25 (old), " Barclay


44 " " Christo-


25 (new), " N. Moore


pher


26 " " Beach


45 (new), foot W. 10th


27 (old), foot Park pi


46 " '' Charles


27 (new), foot Hubert


47 " bet. Charles &


28 (old), " Murray


Perry


28 (new), " Laight


54 (old), foot Perry


29 (old), foot Warren


54 (new), foot W. 24th


29 (new), foot Yestry


55, foot W. 25th


32 '' bet Duane & Jay


56, foot W. 26th


33, foot Jay


57 (old), bet. Gansevoort


34 (old), foot Harrison


and Bloomfield


34 (new), foot Canal


57 (new), bet. W. 27th &


35, 36. (new), bet. Spring


W. 28th


Charlton


58, bet. Bloomfield &


37, foot Charlton


Little W. 12th


38 (new), foot King


59 (old),ft.Little W.12th


39 " " W.Houston


59 (new), foot W. 29th


40 (old), foot Watts


60 (old), foot W. 13th


40 (new), foot Clarkson


60 (new-), foot W. 30tn


41, 42 (new), foot Canal


61 " " W. 31st


41 (new), foot Leroy


62 " " W. 32d


42 " " Morton


63 " " W. 33d


East RmiR.




No. Street.


No. Street.


25, 26, Peck slip


49, Clinton and Mont-


27, Dover


gomery


28, Dover and Roosevelt


50, Montgomery


29, Roosevelt


51, 52, Gouverneur


30, Roosevelt and James


53, Jackson


slip


54, Corlears


31, 32, James slip


55, Cherry


33, Oliver


56, 57, Broome


34, 35, Catherine


58, 59, Delancey


36, Catherine & Market


60, Rivington


37, 38, Market


61, Rivington & Stanton


39, Market and Pike


62, Stanton


40, 41. Pike


63, Third


42, Pike and Rutgers


64, Fifth


43, 44, Rutgers


6.5, Sixth


45, Rutgers and Jeffer-


66, Seventh


son


67, Eighth


46, Jefferson


68, Ninth


47, Jefferson & Clinton


69, East 10th


48, Clinton


70, East 11th



238 FERRIES.

FEERIES.

Astoria. — 92d st., E. R, every 30 min. from 5 a. m. to 10 p. m.
BlackTvell's Island— 26tli st., E. E., 7, 10:30 a. m., 1:30, 3:30

p. M. (no 3 : 30 p. M. on Saturday). Does not run Sundays.

Brooklyn. — Catherine to Main, every 10 min. from 4 a. m. to 9
p. M., then every 20 min. to 12 p. m. ; then every 30 min. to 4 a.m.
Fulton to Fulton, every 5 min. from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. ; then every
10 min. to 12 P. M. ; then every 15 min. to 4 A. M. Whitehall to
Atlantic, every 10 min. from 7 a.m. to 7 P.M. ; then every 15 min.
to 9 P.M. ; then every 30 min. to 5: 30 A.M. ; then every 15 min. to
7 a.m. Whitehall to Hamilton ave., every 10 min, from 6 a.m.
to 10 P.M. ; then every 30 min to. 5 a.m. ; then every 15 min. to 6
a.m. Wall to Montague, first boat at 4 a.m. ; then every 30 min.
to 8 P M. ; then every 20 min. to 11 p.m. Pier 2, E. R., to 39th st.,
every 30 min.

Brooklyn, E. D. — Houston to Grand, every 10 min. from 6 a.m.
to 9 P.M. ; then every 20 min. to 12 p.m. ; then every 30 min. to 6
a.m. Grand to Grand, every 10 min. from 6 a.m. to 9 P.M. ; then
every 20 min to 12 p.m. ; then every 30 min to 6 a.m. Grand to
Broadway, first boat at 5 a.m. ; then every 10 min. to 10 p.m. ; then
every 25 min. to 12 p.m. Roosevelt to Broadway, every 10 min.
from 5 A.M. to 8 P.M. ; then every 20 min. to 1 a.m. ; then every 30
min. to 2 A.M. ; then every 20 min. to 5 a.m. E. 23d st. to Broad-
way, every 12 min. during the day; every hour during the night.

Oreenpoint. — 10th st., E. R., first boat at 5 a.m.; then every
15 min. to 9 P.M. ; then every 30 min. to 12 P. M. 23d St., E. R.,
first boat at 5 a.M; then every 15 min. to 12 P. M.

Hart's Island. — 26th st., E. R., by steamboat, 10:30 a.m.

Hoboken. — Barclay, every 10 min. from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ; then
every 15 min. to 12 p.m. Christopher, every 10 min. from 5 a.m.
to 8 p.m. ; then every 15 min. to 12 p.m. 14th st., every 15 min.
from 6 A.M. to 8 P.M. ; then every half -hour.

Hunter's Point. — James' slip, 7 /Sl. m., 8 a. m. ; then every 30
min. to 7 p.m. 34th st., E. R., first boat at 4 a.m. ; then every 15
min. to 8 P.M. ; then every 30 min to 12: 30 A.M.

Jersey City. — Desbrosses, every 15 min. from 4 to 6 a.m. : then
every 10 min. to 10 p.m. ; then every 15 min. to 12 p.m. ; then every
30 min. to 4 A.M. Cortlandt, every 15 min. from 4 to 6 a.m. ; then
every 10 min. to 10 p.m. ; then every 15 min. to 12 p.m. ; then every
30 min. to 4 a.m. Liberty to N. J. Central R. R. Dock, every 15 to
40 min. from 4 : 30 a.m. to 12 : 40 A.M. Chambers to Erie R. R. Dock,
every 15 min. from 4 a.m. to 8: 30 p.m. ; then every 30 min. to 4 a.m.
23d St., N.R., to Long Dock, every 30 min. from 5:45 a.m. to 9:15 p.m.

Randall's Island.— 26th st., E. R., by steamboat, 10:30 a.m.;
none on Sunday. 122d st. , E. R. , by rowboat, at all hours of the day.

Staten Island. — Whitehall to St. George, every half -hour.

^Yard's Island.— 26th, E. R., to Ward's Island, 10:30 a.m.



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