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vation of 800 feet above s»a level. Buildings constructed on the cottage
system, steam heated, lighted by gas, and supplied with p ire spring
water, living rooms facing the south west, scientific sewerage, sun
rooms, steam-heated in winter.



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k .DR .^FERGUSON^may^ be consulted at his office, 168 Lexington Avenue,

A. M. and 12.30 p.m.
Orange Co., N. Y.



i^r<. 1 r.nuuoun may ue uonsuuea at nis omce, 168 L.e:
New York City, Tuesdays and Fridays, between n.30 A. M. and 12.30 P.M.
and by appointment, letter or wire to Central Valley,



XXIX




A CONDENSED FOOD



Rl IT PI I [f H PiriDP There are other Condensed Foods. BOVININE IS
DU 1 1 lUWll I lUl^L,. ALSO LIVING FOOD. In this it has no rival out-
side the arteries of the living bodv. It is drawn from the animal arteries ALIVE,
AND KEPT ALIVE: and in the living body its only equivalent exists — the vital
fluid itself : THAT IS BOVININE.



A WONDERFUL CONSERVE OF
THE LIVING BLOOD CORPUSCLES,



or Tissue-Forming Cells of Life, preserved without the use of heat
or any other agent impairing their vitality ; visible in any drop of Bovi-
nine under the microscope in all their integrity, and known in thousands
of cases to have entered directly into veins drained of blood by hemor-
rhage or innutrition with prompt replenishment and revival from a dying
condition. This has been done, not only by the avenue of the stomach,
but by rectal enema, but even wasted and ulcer-eaten flesh has been
regenerated by topical and hypodermic treatment, and the encroaching
degeneration of the tissue not only arrested but driven back and driven
out by the vitalizing power of this Living Blood-Supply, so that great
ulcers, which had for years resisted all medicaments, have been entirely
healed by the local application of this eagerly absorbed nutrient matter.
All physicians owe it to themselves and to their patients to keep in
view the unparalleled life-saving capabilities of BOVININE, the admin-
istration of which is practically nothing less than

TRANSFUSION OF BLOOD



THE BOVININE COMPANY,

495 West Broadway, NEW YORK.

CHICAGO. NEW YORK. LONDON.



HIGHLAND WATER

From LEWISTON, MAINE,

Is the best Tonic, Diuretic, Solvent and Eliminator

of Uric Acid:

i. Because it is the softest and purest water known, containing no ex-
cess of mineral salts and no lime or organic impurities, being
therefore non-irritating to the digestive organs and kidneys.

2. Because it contains Iron in combination with the alkalies, Sodium and

Potassium in small quantities, as recommended by Profs. Flint,
Thomson, Draper and others.

3. Because it comes from a region free from malarial germs.

4. Because all its mineral salts, and five of them in the exact form given

in its analysis, are found in the human blood, of which they form
a most essential part.

Analysis — Each gallon contains

Carbonate of Iron, - - - 1.100 grs.

Oxide of Iron, - - - o 310

Chloride of Sodium, - - - 1.000

Sulphate of Soda and Potash, - - 0.310

Carbonate of Soda and Potash, - 0.831

Carbonate of Magnesia, - - - 1.230

4.781 grs.



Sold in glass only. It may be obtained from Grocers and Druggists

generally, or from the

Highland Spring Water Co.,

NO. 439 FIFTH AVENUE,

Corner 39th Street, NEW YORK.

Telephone, 1 763— 38th St.



XXXI




ACRET TRUSS CO.,

Trusses, Supporters, Elastic Hosiery, Q

Crutches, Obesity or Corpulency *

* Belts, Suspensories, Orthopedic *

W ^ Appliances, Etc. #■ ^

MADE AND FITTED BY EXPERTS.

48* FULTON STREET,

Telephone Main 2319 B. BOROUGH OF BROOKLYN.







THOROUGHLY
EQUIPPED ^

in every practical and scientific detail
to do accurate work for you is our
new

ANALYTICAL j* LABORATORY.

A postal card brings circular.

EBERHARDT PHARMACY,

622 Third Ave., Cor. 40th St.



Telephone connotion.



Estab. 1851.



XXXII



Dr. D. A. HARRISON

SANITARIUn



For Mental and
Nervous Diseases,

Whitestone, N. Y. City (L. I.).

Telephone 46 F, Flushing.



New York Office,



Brooklyn Office,




no West 57th Street, 142 Clinton Street,

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Wednesdays 2 to 4 P. M.

n to 12:30. And by appointment.



A NNOUNCEMENT ! j» j»

Are you aware that Preservatives — so
called — are being put into milk ?

They are, and among them are boratic
acid ; also a preparation from wood
alcohol-formaldehyde !

Is it safe, is it wise for a child to take
even small quantities of such into its
stomach at frequent intervals ? No !

Are you sure that little patient is not getting such, thereby thwarting your skill ?

The SEi

(dated)



j&ro,




THE ECHO FARM CO.



-seal THE ECHO FARM COMPANY



is a guarantee against such deception. Ice is the only preservative used. The
president will assure anyone on that point. The Company also grinds at Litch-
field, Conn., on its Farm, and supplies an olden-time Honest Graham Flour,
which "smells of the old mill," also the bread itself. This with the milk is an
ideal food for children.

BROOKLYN: ^ NEW YORK CITY:

No. 803 FULTON ST. No. 112 W. 40th ST.

No. 432 ATLANTIC AVE. ^ No. 364 COLUMBUS AVE.



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YDRIATIC INSTITUT

2025 Broadway, New Yoi k.

Nevada Apartment House

Hours:



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Ladies— 9 a. m. to 2 p. m.

Sundays, 3 p. m. to 5 r. >i.
Gentlemen— 2 p. m. to 9 p. m.

Sundays, 9 a. m. to 1 p. m.



Telephone Call,



685 Columbus.



The most perfect and complete accommodations for the scientific application of
water treatment to patients sent by physicians. All treatments given by trained
attendants. Highest references by most prominent members of the medical profes-
sion. Personal inspection solicited.

X. CUKIER, Proprietor.






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R. TAGGART, Ji*., i

RACQUET AND TENNIS CLUB, |

Livery and Boarding l



Monthly Turnouts.



y^. Landaus, Victorias,

♦ Broughams and Hansoms
J To Let at All Hours

jf With Reliable Coachmen.

* ,

3^- Careful Attention Given to



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4



Boarding Horses.



134 West 49th Street, 2



Telephone i3go-38th St.



OFFICE:



32, 34 AND 36 WEST 43d STREET.

TELEPHONE, 32.38th STREET.



J*********** * ** *********** ************** *



XXXIV



AN EVENT OE 1IICH IMPORTANCE





THE STIMULANT- ANALGESIC ■ ANTIPYRETIC ■ ETHICAL



Is an Ammoniated-Phenylacetamide product of Coal Tar, and differs from the
numerous similar products in that it contains Ammonia in active form. As a
result of this AM3IONOJL possesses marked stimulating and expectorant proper-
ties. The well-known cardiac depression induced by other Antipyretics has fre-
quently prohibited their use in otherwise suitable cases. The introduction of a
similar drug, possessed of stimulating properties, is an event of much im-
portance. AMMONOL possesses marked anti-neuralgic properties, and it is
claimed to be especially useful in cases of dysmenorrboea. — The Medical Maga-
zine ■, London.

AMMONOL behaves as a stimulent 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.— Londo?i
Lancet.

Ammonol may be obtained from all Leading Druggists.

Send for "AMMONOL EXCERPTA," an 81 page Pamphlet.

Manufacturing



THE AMMONOL CHEMICAL CO.



Chemists,



NEW YORK, U. S. h




Th* Nut™/*



******



US*



NU R



Si*c MOTHERS.



THE GALACTAGOGUE.

Formula: R— Galega Officinalis F.E. Galega Apollnea AA 3 parts. Galega Tephrosea
1 part.
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 mothers' nutrition;
it does not force dry mothers to produce good milk copiously, it enables them to do
po. Formula on every bottle. One full-sized bottle (16 oz.), value one dollar, sent
free to any physician paying express charges on delivery.

Prepared by THE NUTROLACTIS CO., Office, 36 East 14th St., New York City.



"VIN SHARTONE"

Dr. Dadirrian's

TONIC WINE.



A Combination of the Best Quality of Cinchona
Bark with a Choice Old Wine.



The merits and medical properties of Cinchona Bark, as well
as wine, having been well known to the Medical Profession for
centuries, we deem it unnecessary to dwell upon them at length.
It is, however, proper for us to emphasize the fact that the
ingredients of which Vin Shartone is composed are not only up
to the highest standard of purity and excellence, but are skillfully
and scientifically compounded, so as to develop and preserve in
a degree never before attained all of the valuable qualities and
properties of Cinchona Bark without the unpleasantly bitter taste.

Vin Shartone is a most effective Tonic, entirely free from the pernicious
after-effects that accompany many of the so-called Tonic Wines now in use.

Vin Shartone for obvious reasons may also be indicated as a valuable
adjuvant in the treatment of Malarial Diseases, both as a preventive and
cure.

Vin Shartone, on account of its pleasant and agreeable taste, can be
easily administered to children.

Vin Shartone is already being prescribed by leading physicians with
satisfactory results.

Valuable as an Appetizer.



Dose: — A half wineglassful or one ounce (each dose containing
6 grains of the bark) 3 or 4 times daily, as indicated.



PREPARED BY



73 Lexington Avenue, New York.
Telephone 389 Madison Square.
Philadelphia Office: Chicago Office:

1822 Croskey Street. 3830 Langley Avenue.

Endorsed highly by prominent medical men.

(OVER)



Every bottle not having the name

ZOOLAK

on each label and cork, is an imitation of

DR. DADIRRIAN'S

original Fermented Milk Food Matzoon.

CALL FOR ZOOLAK

to obtain the only genuine.

ZOOLAK is made from pure sterilized cow's whole
milk only. It is a most easily digested and nutritious
food, and a refreshing beverage both in health and in
sickness.

ZOOLAK does not curdle like ordinary milk and is
readily retained by the most delicate stomachs which
reject nearly every other form of nourishment.

ZOOLAK is twice as nourishing as Kumyss without
containing any carbonic acid gas.

To be made like Kumyss mix Zoolak half and half
with any carbonated water.

Sold by the glass and by the bottle at all druggists.

PREPARED BY

73 Lexington Avenue, New York.
Bet. 25th and 26th Sts.
Philadelphia Office: Chicago Office:

1822 Croskey Street. 3830 Langiey Avenue.

Recommended by the Medical Profession of the U. S.

(OVER)



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(Institute of Chemistry, Pathology and Bacteriology).




The Company is fully equipped to make such examina-
tions and analyses as fall within the scope of CHEM-
ISTRY, PATHOLOGY and BACTERIOLOGY.

Undertake work of a MEDICO-LEGAL NATURE.

Autopsies Performed. Hygienic Advice Given.

Price List on Application. -:- -:- -:- -:-



OFFICE AND CENTRAL LABORATORIES :

45 East 42d St., - NEW YORK CITY.

TELEPHONE 3552 38tli STREET.



Prof. A. H. DAVIS,

SPECIALIST

In making and fitting

The Artificial Human Eye
to the Orbital Cavity, ♦ .



Office Hours :
9 to 12 A. M., i to 4 P. M.



127 East 15th Street,



XXXVI



Trophonine



a palatable and nutritious liquid food, contains the nutritive elements of
beef, wheat-gluten, and nucleoalbumins, so prepared as to be readily
absorbed and aid almost immediately in the process of reconstruction.
It furnishes the sick with the largest possible supply of nourishment and
with the minimum tax on the digestive organs.



Protonuclein



by increasing the number of Leucocytes, destroys toxic germs, increases
the inherent resistance to disease, quickens glandular activity, arouses
the nutritive forces, gives tone to the system, and stimulates cell life
throughout the organism.



Pepten^yme



is the only perfect digestant. It digests every variety of food. In
physiological activity it presents the active and mother ferments of the
entire group of digestive organs. It aids digestion by furnishing an
additional supply of protoplasmic material out of which active ferments
are elaborated, and perfects the process by increasing cellular activity.

SPECIAL PROTONUCLEIN TABLETS

They are prepared without excipient, contain nuclein and other organic
substances derived from the animal organism, and are especially indicated
in diabetes, phthisis, etc.

SAMPLES AND LITERATURE ON REQUEST.

REED & CARNRICK,

42=46 Qermania Ave., - JERSEY CITY, N. J.



XXXVII



GEORGE ERMOLD,



MA.MFACTIRER OF




iHEs Surgical Instruments.

Original Maker of DR. J. O'DWYER'S
Intubation Tubes for the Larynx.

SPECIALTIES: Eye, Ear, Nose, Throat and Urethral Instruments.

WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.

Store and Office, New York Ophthalmic Hospital Building:,

201 E. 23d Street.
Factory, 312-314 E. 22d Street, NEW YORK CITY.

" 5,000 LITTLE BUMPS PER MINUTE."

Half a dozen reasons why the MASSAGE VIBRATOR IS u the
best Massage appliance made ":

(1) It is the ONLY apparatus affording vibrative massage.

(2) It combines vibrative AND roller massage.

(3) It is the only appliance giving vertical roller massage (in keeping with blood

circulation).

(4) It is the only apparatus capable of being changed from double to single row

of balls.

(5) It is the only apparatus perfectly adapted to give treatment to each and

every part of the body.

(6) It is lighter and much more durable than any on the market.

Price, 24 ball vibrator, $2.00 ; 30 ball, $2.50, with
center handle and rubber buffers complete.

Strengthens, beautifies, rejuvenates. Postage prepaid. If not satisfied, money

refunded.

M. R. R. UTILITAS MFG. CO., 7 W. 14th St., New York.

CIRCULARS FREE. WHITE NOW.



XXXVIII



E. C. GOETTING, Pharmacist,






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'EL: NS .4 8 3/;CC



Surgical Instruments and Appliances,

ALL ARTICLES FOR THE SICK ROOM.

Formerly 41st St. & 8th Ave. Cor. 100th St. & Amsterdam Ave.



TELEPHONE CALL, 1974-38TH ST.



E BUREAU DELICACIES FOR THE SICK,

15 WEST 42d STREET.

OPEN DAY, NIGHT, SUNDAYS AND HOLIDAYS.



Everything Needed by Physicians for the Comfort of Their Patients,

Delicacies* Milk. Nurses.

Invalid Furniture to Rent.

Bandages and Pneumonia Jackets for Sale.



ENDORSED DY THE MEDICAL PROFESSION.



XXXIX
For the Treatment of Typhoid Fever (Brand Method).




Dr Chambers' Antithermic Bath-Tub received high endorsement April 5th, itfuO.at the
Academy of Medicine, New York City

Send for circular giving Consequences and Treatment of Excessive Temperature in
Typhoid Fever, and the advantages of the Antithermic Tub, byH.T. Galpin.
PRICE FOR COMPLETE OUTFIT, $12.00.

GALPIN 'S PHYSICIANS' AND SURGEONS' LABORATORY.

Dear Doctor: In placing before my medical friends this Laboratory, instituted for
the purpose of making Microscopic and Chemical Analyses for the Physicians' and Sur-
geons' clinical diagnosis of diseases, I would say my work through the use of chemical
and microscopic methods is regarded as an inquiry into the operations of poisons, intro-
duced from without or generated within the economy, and the part they play in health
and disease.

The clin ical matter of my Laboratory work covers the Examination of the Blood, the
Secretions of the Mouth, Gastric Juice, Feces, Nasal Secretion, Sputum.Urine, Transudates,
Exudates, Cystic Contents, Semen, Vaginal and Urethral Discharges, Milk and all Bac-
teriological work.

For a more comprehensive description <>f my work send for prospectus.

Should any physician desire to grow a culture specimen they will find my Incubator
accessible day or night, free of charge, but where staining, mounting and reports are
desired a nominal cost will be made.

In conclusion, should any physician demand such work as the above examinations,
or as recorded In my prospectus, I would deem same a privileged opportunity, with
assurance of perfect satisfaction, at a nominal cost.

H. T. GALPIN, Analytical. Microscopic and Dispensing Chemist,
1014 6th Ave., N. E. Cor. 57th si., and .17 West 57th St.,

Telephone call 1229-38th St., N. Y. NEW YORK CITY.



XL



fflaltine

nALTINE is not merely " nialt," nor is it a mere
" extract of malt," nor an " essence of malt."

nALTINE is the most highly concentrated ex-
traction of all the nutritive and digestive
properties of Wheat, Oats and Malted Barley.



It has stood alone and unrivalled throughout the world
in its therapeutic field for more than twenty years, despite
the most strenuous efforts of the ablest pharmaceutical
manufacturers to produce a preparation approaching it in
medicinal value, elegance, palatability and stability.



« Malt " is not " MALTINE."

" Extract of Malt " is not " MALTINE."

" Essence of Malt " is not " MALTINE."

" MALTINE " must be designated to get " MALTINE."



THE



Medical Directory



-OJ^H+E



CITY OF NEW YORK.



PUBLISHED BY THE
MEDICAL SOCIETY OF THE COUNTY OF NEW YORK.



PRICE, $1.50.



WVNKOOP H ALLEN BECK CRAWFORD CO., PkINTERS,

New York and Albany.
1900.



PREFACE.



The essential features of a Medical Directory are a complete
list of the names of all legally qualified physicians, together
with the location of their offices and the office hours when
they may be consulted. The colleges from which they gradu-
ated and the date of such graduation are valuable items. The
lists should also be arranged for convenient reference.

In this book the features here enumerated have been secured
as thoroughly as possible, in the various borough registers and
in some of the cities of New York State and the adjoining
States of New Jersey and Connecticut.

In the other towns and villages the school of practice has
been indicated, but experience has convinced us that other
data are difficult to obtain.

In the lists of members of the medical societies of the coun-
ties of New York and Kings, the membership in city societies
and hospital appointments in New York hospitals only are
given. This restriction is necessary to prevent enlarging the
volume beyond the size deemed most desirable for ready refer-
ence.

The editor desires to renew the suggestion that every one who
uses the Directory should not only promptly supply informa-
tion concerning his own name, but also reports of any other
physicians whose names may have been omitted from lack of
reliable data concerning them.

The advertisements have been so selected as to form a com-
plete guide for every line likely to be needed by physicians.

The co-operation of members of the profession has been
more generous than in former years, and the editor hereby
acknowledges his obligation to them.

D. L.
252 Madison Avenue.
June 4, 1900.



Copyright by the Medical Society of the County of New York.



XLIII



Schieffelin & Co.'s

(New York)

Soluble Pills and Granules.

Reliable. Soluble. Beautiful.



The Perfection of Pill flaking.



Examine Them and Notice



Their Perfect Uniformity in size and weight.
The Crystal Transparency of the coating.
They are the only pills which show the precise colors
of the masses.



Test Them and Prove



Their Ready Solubility.

Their Exact Conformity to their several Formulae.

The Certainty of Proper Therapeutic Effects.



SPECIFY Schieffelin's WHEN PRESCRIBING.



XLIV



THE NEW YORK POLYCLINIC

MEDICAL SCHOOL AND HOSPITAL.

Founded in 1882.



A Clinical School for Graduates in Medicine and Surgery,



The New York Polyclinic is a school for teaching graduates the most
recent methods of diagnosis and treatment in every department of medi-
cine. The clinical material is abundant and the Hospital wards adjoin
the ltcture-rooms. Since the fire of 1896 a new building has been
erected and thoroughly equipped, and the institution is now prepared 10
offer better facilities than ever. Students may enter at any time.

SPECIAL AKRANGEMEJ\T§ Will, BE MADE FOR

DOCTORS IJVIM; IN OR NEAR NEW YORK

CITIf WHO JTIAY DESIRE POST-

GRADUATE WORK.



FACULTY.



SURGERY.



Charles H. Chetwood, M. D.
Robert H. M. Dawbarn, M. D.
George R. Fowler, M. D.
W. R. Townsend. M. D.
James P. Tuttle, M. D.
John A. Wyeth, M. D.

MEDICINE.

Isaac Adler, M. D.
Morris Manges, M. D.
W. H. Katzenbach, M. D.
W. W. Van Valzah, M. D.



DERMATOLOGY.

Edward B. Bronson, M. D.
Andrew R. Robinson, M. D.

OPHTHALMOLOGY.
R. O. Born, M. D.
Wilbur B. Marple, M. D.
David Webster, M. D. (Emeritus.)

LARYNGOLOGY AND RHI-

NOLOGY.

D. Bryson Delavan, M. D.
Jos. W. Gleitsmann, M. D.
Robert C. Myles, M. D.
F. J. Quinlan, M. D.

OTOLOGY.

Oren D. Pomekoy. M. D. (Emeritus.)
Frederick Whiting, M. D.

NEUROLOGY.

B. Sachs, M. D.

OBSTETRICS.

% Edwakd A. Ayers, M. D.



GYNECOLOGY.

J. Riddle Goffe, M. D.

Paul F. Munde, M. D. (Emeritus.)

Wm. R. Pryor, M. D.

W. Gill Wylie, M. D.

PEDIATRICS.

L. Emmett Holt, M. D.
August Seibert, M. D.

For further information apply to

W. R. TOWNSEND, M. D., Secretary,

214 to 218 East Thirty-fourth Street, - NEW YORK CITY.



CONTENTS.

PAGB

Benevolent Societies, Asylums and Homos, New York City 221

Brooklyn Physicians, Members of the Medical Society of the County of

Kings, ccllii

Brooklyn Physicians, Registered in Kings County, celxxxii

Connecticut State List of Physicians, 143

Contagious Diseases— Regulations 260

Coronors and Coroners' Physicians, New York City, 265

Craig Colony for Epileptics, 180

Dispensaries and Infirmaries, New York City, 247

Examiners in Lunacy, New York City, 181

Extracts from the By-Laws of the Medical Society of the County of New

York, cxxix

Ferries 271

Health Department, New York City, 258

Hospitals, New York City and Vicinity, 199-220

Life Insurance Companies— Medical Officers, 263

Location of Piers, 273

Medical Colleges and Schools, New York City and State, 250

Medical Journals, New York City 251

Medical Society of the County of New York :

Officers, Committees and Honorary Members, .... xlviii, xlix. 1

Active Members in Good Standing, li

Deceased Members, 1899-1900, cxxviil

Summer Residences of Members, cxxtv

Medical Society of the State of New York, Officers and Committees, . . 172

Medical Societies, Secretaries' Addresses, Date and Place of Meetings, . . 169

New Jersey State List of Physicians, 107

New York Academy of Medicine, < 165

New York Physicians, Registered in New York County, xxxv

New York State List of Physicians, 1

Nurses, Agencies for 198

Obstetric Table, 257

Pension Surgeons, 261

Physicians in the Borough of Queens, cccxxvil

Physicians in the Borough of Richmond, ccexxxi

Physicians in the State of New York Outside of New York City, ... 1

Physicians' Mutual Aid Association, 168

Police Stations, 266

Postal Information, 267

Preface, xlli

Quarantine, Port of New York 261

Society for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Medical Men, . . 256

State Board of Health, 255

State Commission in Lunacy, 179

State Hospitals for Insane 179

Street Directory, 27 1

Street List of Pharmacies, Manhattan, 192

Street List of Physicians, Brooklyn, ccexvii

Street List of Physicians, Manhattan and Bronx ccxxix

University of the State of New York, Regents of, 173

Medical Examiners, 174

Requirements for License to Practice Medicine in the State, etc., . . 175



INDEX TO ADVERTISERS.



CCXXVll & CCXXV111



PAGE.

Acret, G. W., Trusses, etc., . . xxxi
Albany Medical College, . . 293
Alston's, Miss, Private House, viii

American Veterinary College, . 298
Ammonol Chemical Co., . xxxiv

Arlington Chemical Co., . . ii

Baths, Medicated, W. R. Rosekrans, vi
Battle & Co., Ecthol, Bromidia, . 291
Battle Creek Sanitarium and

Health Foods, . cxxxii & cxxxiii
Beimler, Wm., Surgical Appli-
ances, 311

Bovinine, xxix

Breitenbach, M. J., Pepto-Mangan, xii
Bromo-Chloralum, . . . 307

Brush, Dr. E. F., )
Kumyss, . . S
Bryant, Dr. F. A., School for

Stammerers, .... 290
Carleton Restaurant, Hotel Park-
view 311

Cereo Co xxv

Cornell University Medical Col-
lege 295

Crane Oxygen Works, . . xvi

Crest View Sanitarium, . . xxvii

Dadirrian's Matzoon and Vin

Shartone, bet. pages xxxiv & xxxv
Davis, A. H., Artificial Eyes, . xxv
De Garmo, G. J., Trusses, . . xxvi
Denver Chemical Mfg. Co., . 302

Ditman's Sea Salt, ... 309

Donovan, C, Trusses, etc., . cxxxiv
Eberhardt Laboratory, etc., . xxxi

Echo Farm Co., .... xxxii



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