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tral Pliarm.
674 Weber. J. !
741 Xauheiai, S.
S6S Goetze. J.
1071 Smith, M. H.
1186 Oliusteia, H.
l;ill Eiseutrager,

E.
1239 Bacon, A. R.
1290 Webb «fc Ste-
vens ;
1402 Tongue, W.B.
1424 Wilken, W.
16:31 Felter, N.
1691 Vogt, H. A.
1751 Klutow, G. R.
18^0 Higgins, J. S.
2028 Henrich sen,

C. A.
2051 Edwards, L.
R.

Mac DOUG A L
59 Stock, F. J.

Madison
42 Aquaro, J.
161 Minton, D. S.
201 Swiedler. A. J,
225 Ginsberg, G.
328 Epstein, S.

Madison Av
511 White, C. H.
591 Breitenbach,

.M. J.
640 Hoffman

Arms Phar.
953 Cassabeer, H.

A.
1186 Krehbiel. H.
1231Krembs,W.F.
1528 Eisentrager

Bros.
1578 Herman, A.



Madison Av.
1650 Barnes, H.M.,

&Co.
1692 Baselow, A.
1732 Weiss, E.
1766 Vetter, C. E.
2036 Power, H. J.
20S1 Rheinbolt, H.

Manhattan Av
62 Creenane, W.
112 Diner, J.
5U8 Francke, T. H.

Market
40 Keldanz, E. H.
46 Scruton, C. R.

Monroe
34 Rosen, E.
la Mishk, B
214 Reed, H.J.

Morris Av
516 Ettinger, E.M.
553 D'Ambro-ia,E.
599 Lotz, C.

Morris Heights
Zeitf ass, C. F.

Morton
24 Norvill, W. D.

MOTT

46 Knau, Tang,
Lung & Co.
116 Casella, L. G.

•Mulberry
30 Ferri. E.
64 Montema, Jaro

E.
96 Cooper, C, &
Co. !

122 Badolati, V.
248 Bamonte, C. ■
288 Montani, P.

Nassau

166 Perrj-. C. J.

Ninth Av
103 Zagat, M.
137 Conrad, W. C.
1.54 Burn-;, W. .J.
lt^8 Smith. R. R.
2.26McNair. \V. H.
248 Doherr. C. F.
317 Starr, T.
337 Zimmermann,
P.



Ninth Av.
352 Schinkel, C. F.
366 Schweitzer, H.
399 Blair, W. T.
439 Werner, F. G.
468 Rupp, L. P.
515 Maver, C. F.
.542Booth, C. F.

581 Zagat, M.

582 Cassebeer, H.

F.
622 Sclioenchen,

G.
658 Oats, H. E.
700 Kostka, V.
723 Winowski, J.
755 Eschiiiaun, K.
776 Kantor Bros.
79S .lones, J. H.
855 O'Connor, J. B.,

&CO.
877 Quencer, W. J.
893 Bongartz, F.

Norfolk
8 Margolies, Lif-

schutz
85 Mintz, X.

Ogden Av

1194 Hirseman, F.

Orchard

53 Tulchinsky,

W.
172 Robinson, A.

Park
99 Wilson, R. B.



Park Av

1755 Breiting, H.

1880 Ridley, R. W.

Park Pl

60 Behrens, A.

Park Row

61 Perry Phar-
macy Ass'n

173 Weinsiein, J.

Pearl

426Richter, A.
507 Casella, D. A.

Pike

I 42Goetzhoff &
! Bakst

Pleasant Av
298 Kain, L. E.
401 Heffter, M.

Prince
31 As&elta, R.
157 Wenderoth, A.

Ridge
90 Bockar, J.

RrVERD.ALE Av

2824 Heck, E. T.

RlVINGTON

; 19 Koehler, O. F.
1 35 Bilkis. M.
I .52 Bergman, J.
; 70 Kopf, H.J.
93 Benjamin, A.
ParkAv 'lUCisin, S.

12(J Van Horn & 130 Lewin, I.
Co. 165 Hecht, G.

525 Sherick, R. 214 Hedrick, T. B.
600Tsheppe &'304 B^-rger, T.

Schur
636 Hoykendo r f ,; Roosevelt

P. 108 Lawrence. J. H.

781 Kramer. W.E.j



879 Kleiman, G. i
883 B rater, J. K. '
930 Dancourt, S.
961 Cohn, J. J.
1000 Codv, N. V.
1038Falkpnresk,

F. K.
1097 Schmidt, S.
11:34 Schmidt, H.C.
1686 Park Avenue

Pharmacy
1720 Alexander, J.
J.



Rutgers
20 Ornstein,



H.



St. Nicholas Av
200 Pryor. E. S.

Second av

3 Behn<t Stech-

raan
30Stohlman,W.

T.
101 Weiss & Ros-
enthal



186



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF PHARMACIES.



Second Av
146 Weiss & Ros-
enthal
158 Denicke, E.A.
19^ Hueffineyer ,

O.
213 Walter, H.
329 Jarchovv, H.

W.
a59 Kirchoeff er,

a.
423 Brandt, T. M.
445 Jarchow, Gr.

\V.
498 Lenz, Otto
543 Gary's Drug

Store
574 Working

Men's Pharm.
621 Kessler. C. E.
652Thornbury,T.

J.
678 Tyler, W. H.
700 Rabenst e i n ,

H.
731 Littell, N. L.
747 Schreyer, G.

F.
781 Gremo n g e r ,

W. T.
803 Kromberg, F.
830 Nattiari P.
858 Steurmer, L.
893 Bay^hoflE, W.
919 Kopp, R.
962 Katzman, A.
984Stolzenburg,

G. C.
1024 Bogathy, J.
1055 Racoosin, W.
1077 Hart, F. X.
1102 Faber, S.
1156Freiberger,L.
1180 Dittmar, A.J
1238 Rhinelander

Pharmacy
1325Fluegel, H.
1396 Mislig, M.
1418 Brandfon-

brener, E.
1437 Wurm, C.
1448 Rotter, O.
1501 Aronstamra,

C. A.
1.502 Dietz, C. W.
1525Eberth, W. F.
1.557 WebsterBros.
1.583 Menn, H.
1619 Althaus, R.
1624 Zaun, R.
1646 Bischof, A. S.
& Son



Second Av

1657 Meyer Bros.

1682 Proben, C A.

1716 Carlstedt, O.

1739 Wilken, C

18i6SchTiltz,W.L.

1863 Lippincott,N.
D.

1907 Gordon. M.

19)1 Fieldman. S.

1973 Duffv, C. H.

1985 Wilkes' Phar-
macy

1993 Hamilton

Pnarmacy

2038 Kronsberg, F.

2073Diehl,T.

2101 Doege, P.

2146 Laccorn, P.

2170 Calvelli, G.

2198 Scarneo, L.

2214 Schenk, J.

2257 Jaschun, H.

229r Boyken, J. A.

2318 Lewson, G.

2:338 W^atkLns,C.C.

2398 Meyer, C. J.

2418 Hassell, L. A.

2436 Treutler, P.



Seventh Av
13 Osmun, C. A
80 Weinman, O.

K.
157 Heller, H.
173 Weinman, O.

C.
219 Priest, D. M.
260 Theis, R.
286 Legall, E.
304 Crowlev, M.

ft'

311 Freutz, F.
319 Krause, O.
378 Runkel, C. F.
428 Kremer, J.
442 Weiss, W.
482 l.ord, C. F.
.520 Warner, F.S.;
576 Rosenstock,

F
709 Boehme, G.
821 Deloughry. P.
9.J1 Smitb'& Stage
1942 Kleinsclimidt

F.
1930 Cnnz, F.W.L.
2019 McCormick,

P. A.
2042 Heinemann,
H.



Seventh Av

2082 Zagat Drug
Store

2140 Oriewitz, H.

2161 Horn, A. S.

2198 People's Pop-
ular Phartn.

2240 Boyseu, H. C.

2278 Baltzly, A. B.

2300 Breen &

Froatz

Sheriff
99 Levine, L. J.

Sixth Av

43 Ehrmann
Drug Co.
69 Luerssen's
Pharmacy
102 Bigelow, C. O.
172 Macmahan

Pharm. Co.
172 Ridge way, \V.

179 Frees, J. B.
244 Hanson, C. F.
2;)5 Roth. H. C.
353Riker, W\ B.,

& Son Co.
412Ryer & Bt-r-

rian
430 Keyser, L. I
446 Stein, M.
462 Thompson, J.

481 Taison, J. F.

497 Treskow's I
Dispensary \

521 Roen, F. E. &
Co.

632 Ballufl's Suc-
cessor

672 Kinsman &
Co.

739 Bates, L. A.

794 Mettenheim-
er, W.

814 T. H. Sayre

841 (Junz, C.

866 Schweinfurth

9l8Kress,0.&Co.
936 Nrergaard,

W.
954 Ro> ade'<er,0.
9JJ Mclntvre &

Son, E.
993 Dix Phar. Co.
1014 Galpin, H. T.
1031 Kellogg & Co.



Spring

30 Clauri, V.

45 Reimherr, C.

62 Lahey, S. P.
144 Oatman, R. H.
|i81 Marini, E.

Stanton
40 Graeser. H.
118 Gordon, A.
13.-. Liebholf, A.
152 Silverman &

Mekin
165 Zaugen, J.
i:-'18 rhaisz, C. E.
2.55 Levi e, L. J.
|302 Duempelman,
I E.

I,

I Stone
' lOHarldad, S. F.

Suffolk
I 24 Rosenberg, A.

I Sutton Pl
I 20 Alsberg, M.

Tenth Av

274 Siebenhorn, H.

A.
294 Jameson, S. H.
321 Brown, G. L.
382 Cox, W. T.
449 Reuter, R.
497 Langefelt, P.
540 Sieiiiann, F H.
6l2T\velbach, W.
654 Schoenfeld, C.
703 Miller Bros.
716 Eich, A.
756 Kraemer, A. S.
773 Schlosser &

Gerken
881 Gurtler, W. F.

Third Av
i; Beck, O. H.
47 Bendiner &

Schlessinger

67 Griffih & Co.

105 Kiehl, J.&Co.

131 Collins F. O.

205 Elmer &

Amend
•301 Sultan, E. J.
353 Johnston, H.

S. Drug Co,
371 Woodcock, A.
375 Diedel & Son,

H.
396 Gies, R.



NEW YORK CITY STREET LIST OF PHARMACIES.



187



Third Av
433 Mutual Drug

Co.
450 Hegeman &

Co., J. N.
508O'Xeil, H. M
543Davies, T. E.,

Est. of
577 Fressand. Co.
623Seitert, L. F.

W.
660 Bohriifalk, H
697 Rennerberg, !

T.
720 Goetting, G. \
780 Jacobson, A.
817 Zagat, M.
857 Hohenthal &\

Son
874 Laber, .1. '

931 Schmidt, H.
935 Doepf ner, O.
1010 Wasself <S:Co.
1020 Jungmann, J.;
1148 Hoykendorf ,

P.
1210 Meyer Bros. ;
1247 Schleiflf, F. !
1309 Latham. T.
1356 Saxe, M.
1388 Blumberg. S.
145;> Minrath, K.
1471. Franze, W.
1522 Marcus, D. &

Son
1.562 Schrieber, G.

A.
1.565 Faber, W. E.
1620 Frohwein, O.
1679 Brodil Bros.
1694 Wernert, L.
1710 Bruckmann,

F. W.
1760 Bijou Drug

Store
1808 Nathan, L. R.
1815 Plagge, A.
1838 Bracklo Phar-
macy
1883 Eisentrager,

H. F.
19J4 Aronstamm,

E. A.
1928 Weidenfeld.

Jos.
1965 Goldberg, R.
1987 Colonel, J. P.
2002 Deckelman &
Schoppe I
2027 Harlem Phar-j
macv I

3035 Kunz, H. I



Third Av i

2083 Raw G.
20S43 Fu^hs, H.
2088 Hahn, E. F.
2126 Engelhard &

Goldmann
2187 Wimmer, J.
2227 Wood, J.
2241 Griffith & Co.
23:34 Benson. Z. T.
2:386Halpern. J.M.
2453 Tiemann, H.

A.
2550 Hartvigson,

M.
2671 Goldwa er, A.

L.
2671 Kervan, C.
2701 Khuen. C.
2774 Huth. E.
29JS Roth, R. H.
3021 Aschenbraud,

C.
3057 Hutchinson.

H. S.
30.58 Fleischmann

Bros.
3208Bisc!iof,A.S.,

& Son
3281 Sowa C.
3355 Wendl n\ E.
:3409 Schaaf Bros.
3435 Froelich,F.G.
a594Huether,GE.

&Co.

Thompson
72 Perrilli, M.

Tremont Av
705 Ferrv, F. N.
712 Miller, E. F.
758 Vandersmis-

sen, G.
1005 Ludewig, C.

H.
1274 Corcoran, W.
D.

University Pl

15 Merck's Phar-
macy

42 MuUer, W. H.

64^ Watliug, A.
& Co.

Union Av

831 Strasser-,H.A.
1160 Schneider, H.

B.
Vanderbilt Av
1 Hetherington,
J. A.



Varick
94 rhon, Wm.
172 Jensen, C. F.
208 Keating, J. L.

Wakefield
Seifert, C. M.

Wall

88 Koles & Co
114 Brown, H. E.

Washington
784 Haessig, F. A.

Washington Av
937 Dautel, J. G.
1901 Cro well, E.M.

Webster av
Cziner, M.

West Broadway
249 Freygang, G.
412 Persouein, J.
.548 Ostrewiez, J.

Westchester
Ferris Bros.
Geritzen, H.
Smith, G. W.

WestchesterAv

700DuBois, J. H.

1016Renson, A.A,

West End Av
117 Monteser, M.

W. Farms Rd
1985 Grapel, T. J.

West Houston
.57 Pleasants, C.
H.

84 Luzzatto, K.
lOo Gebicke, P. F.

West William
30 Hendenreich,
E.

West 4th
234 Kirsehuer, A.
A.

West 10th
189 Kirschner, A.
A.

West 14th
1.59 Roth, H C.
357 Bender, M. F.

West 22d
482 Eberhardt. J.
H.



, West 36th

1315 Mario w, F. W.

West 42d
15 Boericke &

Tafel

West 46th
550 Aiitz, C. F

West 54th

! 17 Byard, W. V.

West 57th

477 Hardy, H. S.

West 58th

368 Bongartz, F.T.

West 59th
405 Comerford, J.
J.

West 116th

256 Reichert, J. M.



West 12.5th
1280 Spear, T. A.

West 145th
303 Yager, F.
340 Raub, F. M. D.

j Whitehall

I lU Ptingsten, G.

Willi .A.M

26 Fougera, E. &

Co.
29 Uhl. A.
72 Lillard, B.

Williamsb'dge
Boeder, A. & R.
1 Fincke, J. W.

iWillett

I 79 Muldberg, S.

Willis Av
l.>3 Smith, T. A.
2<t6 Auslander, T.
2:i0 Go Id water, A.

L.
2t3 Werner, J.
285 McKane, B. T.
376 Burmeister,H.
487Zooleo, M. T.
,532 Goldwater, A.

I '^^

I Worth

149 Cooper, C. &

Co.
il72ParoU, T.



188 NURSES.



NUESES.



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

Academy of Medicine, 17 West 43d st.

Association Male Nurses, 1247 Third ave.

Bellevue Training School, 426 East 26th st.

Bm-eau for Nurses, 7 East 15th st. Employment Bureau of the
Young Women's Christian Association supply sick nurses on ap-
plication.

City Hospital Training School, at hospital.

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

W. H. Elhs, 1309 and 1311 Broadway and 31th st.

Home Bureau, 15 West 42d st.

A. Kreinburg's Nurse Agency, 904 Sixth av.

C. O'Donnell, 100 East 29th st., cor. Fourth av.

Mt. Sinai Training School, 850 I -exington av.

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

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 Hospital,
New York Foundling Asylum, New York Infant Asylum, and at
nurse agencies.



HOSPITALS. 189



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 three 3'ears of age, exchiding contagious diseases. Cliildren
must be presented for examination at the hospital between 9 a.m.
and 12 M. No mothers received. Accommodation for 43. Visit-
ors welcome any time. Supported by voluntary contributions.
Training school for nurse-maids. Maintains the Country Branch
Hospital at Oceanic, N. J. ; open during the summer.

Attendinq Physicians— Li. E. Holt, R. B. Kimball. Consulting Physicians^
A. H. Smith, A. Jacobi, F. P. Kinnirutt, E. B. Bronson, C. A. Herter. At-
tendinij Surgeon— A. L. Fisk. Consulting Surgevn—R. Abbe. Pathologist—
M. Wollstein.

BelleTue Hospital (1826), (Dept. Public Charities), foot of East
26th St. Capacity, 700 beds. No contagious diseases received
here. For the destitute 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 accident or sudden illness received direct at any
hour of day or night ; all others only by permit from Superin
tendent of Out-door Poor. The cases for all the hospitals (except
Harlem and Fordham Reception Hospital) in charge of the De-
partment of Public Charities are first sent here, the diagnosis of
the disease is made by the examining physician, and the patierit
is assigned to the proper hospital Ambulances, provided with a
surgeon, instruments, bandages, and restoratives, are attached to
the hospital, and may be summoned by telegram from any police
station. Apply for admission to hospital to the Superintendent
of Out-door Poor, northwest corner 11th st. and Third ave.

Attending Physicians— A. Jacobi, C. L. Dana, W. H. Thomson, W. T.
Lusk, W. M. Polk, A. A. Smith, W. P. Wvlie, A. Flint, .Jr., G-. B. Fowler,
H. P. Loomis, G. L. Peabodv, W. B. James, O. Lambert. H. M. Biggs, W. G.
Thompson. Attending Sunioms.-J. \V. S. Gouley, C. Phelps, L. A. Stim-
son, W. F. Fluhrer. J. D. Brvant, F. S. Dennis, S. Alexander, R. W. Tay-
lor, F. H. Markoe, G. Woolsey, B. B. (-^allandet. F. W. Gwyer. ConsuHing
Phmcians and Surgcfnis.—J. T. Metcalfe, F. Delatield, L. A Sayre, E. L.
Keyes, S. Smith, Austin Flint, R. F. Weir, C. A. Leale.

Beth Israel Hospital (1890). 206 East Broadway. For grat-
uitous treatment of the poor. Has at present 52 beds for occupa-
tion. Applications for patients can be made to the Superintend-
ent K. Sakolski at tlie hospital.

Attending Physicians.— A. A. Himowlch, J. Halpern, M, Wollman, D.
Robinsohn, M. Romm, J. I. Bliiestone. Attending Smgenns.—A. E Isaacs,
L. J. Ladinski. B. Gordon, A. Brothers. Considting Phjisicinns.-A. Jacobi,
E. LeFevre, F. W. Lilienthal. Consulting Surgeon.— F. W. Gwyer. Con-
mUing Xeurologist.—C. L. Dana, CmisuUing Gynecologist.— B.. J. Boldt.
PatJwlogist.-J. C. Smith. House Physlcian.-iJr. Miller.



190 HOSPITALS.

City Hospital, Blackwell's Island, foot of 52d st., E. R

Steamer from foot of 26th st., E. R., at 10.30 a M., 1.30 and
8.30 P. M. Steam launch from foot of •')2d st. every half -hour
during the day. Receives patients suffering from all varieties of
disease. Has a capacity of 1,000 beds. Has one surgical, three
medical, three venereal, an ophthalmic, 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. G. E. Leet, Superintendent, has charge
of the management of the hospital, who is consulted by the Med-
ical Board in regard to its workings. Tlie hospital departments
of the Penitentiary are under the supervision of the Medical
Board, and the members of the house staff jjerform medical ser-
vice in this and maternity hospitals. The house staff consists of
eight physicians and surgeons, who constantly reside in the hos-
pital. There are eight senior and eight junior assistants, who
spend eight hours daily at the hospital. These gentlemen are
appointed after an examination by the Medical Board, and serve
for a period of eighteen months. The requirement for examina-
tion is that the candidate shall be a graduate of a regular medi-
cal college.

Attevding Phijsiciavi^ and Surcjeons.—^. S. Peck, R. Kalisb, J. A. An-
drews, P. A. Morrow, C. C Ransom, J. R. Goffe, E. Fuller, C. A. Herter, R.
H. Wylie, C. C. Campbell, J. R. Conway, A. Fitch, J. Collins, E. D. Fisher,
A N. Strouse, F. Peterson, H. R Price, G. R. Lockwood, W. K. Draper, R.
H. Greene, G. E. Brewer, A. H. Ely, H S. Stearns, C E. Quinby, W. Cole-
man, D. H. McAlpin, Jr., E. B. Bronson, J. E. Kelly, A. M. Phelps, R. Gui-
teras, F. H. Wisgin, J. A. Fordyce, J. R. Hayden. CoiisuUina Phiiskians.—
R. Watts, B. Robinson. Considtiiuj Swrjeous.—h. A. Sayre, E. L. Keye-,
W. R. Gillette, H. G. Piflfard, E. Frankel, J. F. Ferguson, F. N. Otis, R. W.
Taylor.

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 Chari-
ties. A relief for all classes of colored people. Consists of
an almshouse and hospital, and a lying-in department. Ac-
commodates 200. Applicants must be residents of the county
of New York, unless they pay board. Visiting days Tuesday and
Friday from 2 to 5 P. M.

Attending Physicianf<.—J . F. Russell, F. W. Bickerton. Attending Sur-
geons— P. Svms, L. W. Hotcbkis^. OphtJialmologist.—B.. D Noyes. Path-
ologic.— G. M. Tuttle. House Phijsician.—R. de L. Canady.

Columbus Hospital (incorporated 1891), 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 and injured
poor. Patients admitted without regard to race or creed. The
poor are treated free as far as the accommodations of the hospi-
tal admit. Ward patients able to pay, §6 per week. Private
rooms and wards at special rates.



HOSPITALS. 191

Attending P/n/sicicins.— C. H. Lewis. F. Ferguson, J. E. Winters. At-
tending Surgeons.— G-. F. Shraiy, R. Guitei-as. Consulting Phi/sicinn.—G.
Boucker. Con-^ulting burgeon.— S. Smith. Special C())i'<nltnnti<.—B. Emmet,
P. A. Callan, C. G. Coakley. Houae Physician— C. F. Kellar.

Einerg-ency Hospital for Women, 223 East 23th 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 staff of Belle vue Hospital.

Flower Hospital (1890), Eastern Boulevard and 62rd st.
Medical and Surgical Divisions. Maintained by the New York
Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital.

Superintendent.— A . Lake.

Fordham Reception Hospital (1890), 2456 Valentine ave.
Branch of Bellevue Hospital. District covering Fordham, Tre-
mont. Williamsbridge, Kingsbridge, Woodlawn, Morrisania,
"West Farms, Melrose, Westchester, AVakefield.Citj^ Island, Barton.
Spriughurst and Pelham Manor. For the destitute sick and dis-
abled. Has also an ambulance service.

Attending Phusicians and Surgeons.— T. J. Dunn, J. H. Eden, J. J. Quig-
lev, J. J. Higgms, J. R. Campbell, J. A. Ferguson. J. Riegelman, E. F.
Hurd.

French Hospital (1881), 320-322 West 34th st. Under the
auspices of the French Benevolent Society of New York. 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 .S30 per week, according to location. Dispensary attached
open to all. from 2 to 4 P. M. every day except Sundays and legal
holidays.

Attending Phusicians and Surgeons.— J. S. Sauvalle, J. D. Nagel, M.
Eclieverria, J. iM. Ferrer. Consulting Physicians and Surgeons.— T. G.
Thomas, R. F. "Weir. J. J. Henna, J. A. Booth, .T. B. Fowler, R. Gniteras,
E. V. Agramonte, J. L. Smith. Consultiraj Specialist Physician-^. — H. S. Nor-
ris. R. \V. Tavlor, W. R. Townsend. J. H. Gunning. E. Y. Hill, H. L.
CoUyer, W. L.'Carr. T. Darlington, Jr., J. H. P. Hodgson, W. W. Gilfillan,
R. Guiteras, H. Z. Hazen. House Physician.— C. H. Catherwood.

German Hospital (1861), Park ave. and T7th st. Open for all
nationalities, religions, and colors ; 180 free beds. Application
for admission to the hospital to be made there. Visiting days,
AVednesday and Sunday, from 3 to 4 P. M. 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 week daj'.

Attending and Consulting Phusicians and Surgeons.— 1. Adler, W. Balser,
A. Bilchler, A. Caille, E. Fridenbery. F. Foerster, A. G. Gerster, J. W.
Gleitsman, E. Gruenins. A. Jacobi, G. W. Jacoby. F. Kammerer, H. G.
Klotz, C. F. Kremer, F. Krug, C. H. Lellman, W. Meyer, B. Morje. E.
JSchotty. Superintendent.— J . Kotzenberg.



192 aOSPITALS.

(rOUTerneur Hospital (Pub. Char.), 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 and Surgeons.— F. Huber, C. E. Nammack, E.
Elliott, Jr., John Rogers, T. W. Cleveland, J. F. Erdman, F. HoUister, O. J.
Ward.

Halinemanii Hospit.il ri875), 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 2 P. M. 100 beds.

Attending Plnisicians.—L,. h. Danforth, G. B. Durrie, T. F. Smith, A. B.
Cossaart, A. I. Root, J. M. Wetmore. Attending Snrgeons.—J. H. Thomp-
son, C. L. Bagg, G W.Roberts, E. G. Tuttle,C. W. Cornell, W. G. Fralich.
Resident Physicians.— J . H. Schall, J. E. Whiteman.

Harlem Reception Hospital and Dispensary (1887) Dep't.
Public Charities, 533 East 120th st. Is a branch of Bellevue Hos-
pital for the territory covered by the 28th, 29th and 37th pre-
cincts North of 96th st., East of Lenox ave. and South of 149th
st. For the destitute sick, unable to pay for medical aid, in that
part of the city. Capacity 45 beds Apply to House 'Surgeon.
Has two ambulances which answer emergency calls in case of
accidents.

Attending Physicians and Surgcnns.—J . G. Truax, J. A. Blake, S. J.
Meltzer, J, T. J. Bird, I. S. Haynes, R. Van Santwood, H. A. Haubold, A.P.
Dudley.

Hospital for Women (homoeopathic), connected wtth the Med-
ical 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, eensitive w^omen may receive
skilled treatment from women physicians. Capacity, 24 beds.
Patients may pay according to ability ; ward prices, $7 per week,
but received free when necessary. Supported by board of pa-
tients and voluntary contributions of the public.

Visiting Physicinns.— Mary E. Bond, E. Jarrett, L. A. Bickford, E. Ed-
minson, S. Morganthaler, E. L, Rounds, M. R Worrell, Gertrude L Za-
briskie, M. Belle Brown, Amelia D. Barber, Louise Z. Buckholz, Harriette
D'Esnionde Keatinge, Rita Dunlevy. Cnnsidting Phiisic id ns.— Alice B.
Caml^bell, H. M. Dearborn. Sidney F. Wilcox, Wm. Tod Helmuth, George
W. Roberts. Phebe J. H. Wait, Loomis L. Dantorth, M. Belle Brown, Mary
A. Hrinkman, Frank H. Boynton, J. T. O'Connor, T. C. Williams.

Hospital of the New York Society for the Relief of the
RnptureU and Crippled (1863), 42d*st., corner Lexington ave.
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United States soldiers ; a moderate charge is made to other
parties. Apphancps and bandages are furnished to the indigent.
Accommodations for 200 patients. Students are admitted 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 to
4 P. M. Children from four to fourteen received as indoor
patients.

Snryeon-in-Chief.—Y. P. Gibney. Consulting Physiciam.—J . T. Metcalf,
A. H. Smith, L. E. Holt, A. A. Smith, E. C. Janeway, F. P. Kinnicut.
CoiisiiUing Surncom.—n. F. Weir, J. W. S. Goulev. K. Abbe, C. McBurney,
C. T. Poor, J. D. Bryant. Omsulting SpeciaJists.—'D. Webster, L. D. Buck-
ley, H. S. Stearns, A. M. Hamilton, L. C. Gray, D. B. Delevan. Houce
Surgeun.—C. H. Jaeger.

Hospital for Nervous Diseases (1867) (Pub. Charities') Black-
well's Island. Consists of two pavilions near City Hospital.
Capacity, 80 beds.

Consnlting Physicians.— F. Peterson, E. Fisher, J. Collins, A. Fitch.

House of Relief of X. Y. Hospital (Hudson Street Hospital),
Hudson and Jay sts. For immediate care of emergency cases
occurring in the lower part of the city, both for indoor and otit-
door patients. Apply at any hour.

Attending Surgeon.— Ti. A. Stimson. Attending Physician.— h. A. Conner.
House Surgeon.— ^L A. Stivers.

J. Hood Wright 3Iemorial Hospital (formerly Manhattan)
(1885), I31st St. and Amsterdam ave. Accommodations for 66
patients. Indigent residents of Xew York City and vicinity are
treated free ; for others §1 a day is charged for ward accommo-
dations and 815 to $25 a week for private rooms. There is also



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