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2 Sixt~~ntb Jlnnual Jlnnounc~m~nt OF THE n w York Post=(iraduat m dical Scbool and fiospital LlniVtrsity of tbt Statt of ntw ~ork Ii e/lli!.'. oog.1, 13 97~ 9gcr.. S~cond JI~~nu~ and (w~nti~tb Str~~t ntw ~Qrk itv

3 OFFICERS OF TH E CORPORATION AND FACULTY. P/{ESID~: :-IT Of THE CORPORATION AND OF THE FACULTY, D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., LL.D. V ICE-PRESIDENT, ANDREW H. SMITH, M.D. SECRErARV OF THE CORPORAT IO N, JAM ES L. SKJLLlN, E SQ. TREA SU RER, BACHE Mc E. EMMET, M. D. SECRETAR Y OF THE FAC ULTY, SENECA D. POWELL, M. D. Af\cHiVI:.:.. oo{./1 18Cf7-98~ MEMBERS OF THE CORPORATION. D. B. ST. JOI-IN ROOSA, M.D.,LL.U. JOSEPH R. SMITH, M.D., U.S.A., ANDREW H. SMITH, M.D., *REV. ARTHUR BROOKS, D. D., BACHE McE. EMMET, M.D., R EV. CHARLES H. PA RKH URST, JAMES L. SKILLIN, ESQ., D.D., WILLIAM A. HAMMOND, M. D., JOHN KIi'\G, ESQ., LEWIS S: PILCHER, M.D., ALEXA NDER J. C. SI\. ENE, M.D., WM. F. H AV,EM,EYER, ESQ., HORACE T. HANKS, M.D., '*J. WEST ROOSEVELT, M.D., REV. HENRY VAN DYKE, D.D., ' *THOMAS IIOPE, ESQ., CHARLES F. CLARK, ESQ., ' CHARLES L. DANA, M.D., REV. R. S. MAc ARTHUR, D.D., SENECA D. POWELL, M.D., C. E. I IACKLEY, M.D., *ROBERT IRWIN, ESQ., ALEXANDER HADDEN, M.D., JAMESO. S HELDON, ESQ., REV. THOMAS J. DUCE\' ; CHARLES W. DAYTON, ESQ., W. OLIVER MOORE, M.D., R. M. THOMPSON, ESQ., THOS. E. SATTERTHWA1TE, M.D., C. A. VON RAMDOHR, M.D., CHARLES 1<'. LAWRENCE, ESQ., E. C. UNDERHIL.L, ESQ., CHARLES B. KELSEY, M.D., ROBERT M.DONALDSON, ESQ., GEORGE GORDON KING, ESQ., JACOB H. SC HIFF. ESQ., GRANT SQULRES, ESQ., AUGUSTE RICHARD, ESQ., C. LEDYARD BLA IR, E SQ. W. L. BUL.L, ESQ., ROSEWELL G. ROLSTON, ESQ., REV. R. D.HAI{LAN, LEONARD WEBER, M.D., H UGH R. GARDEN, ESQ., GEN. WAGER SWAYNE. *ARTHUR J. MOULTON, ESQ., W[LLIAM LUIVIMIS, ESQ., WILLIAM E. DODGE, E SQ., WILLIAM S. PYl.E, ESQ.. MORRIS 1(, JESUP, ESQ., MICHAEL H. CARDOZO, ESQ., ERNST THALMANN, ESQ., REV. DR. T. L. PARK:-i, ROBERT ABBE, M.D., REV. DR. 'WILLIAM H. V IBBERT, CLARENCE C. RICE, M.D., ADOLPH LEWI:SOTIN, ESQ.. GEORGE H. FOX, M.D., CHARLES P. WEBSTER, ESQ., ALLAN C. BAKEWELL, ESQ., JEFFERSON SELI GMAN, ESQ., REYNOLD W. WILCOX, M.D.,LL.D., PLI:-JV F ISK, ESQ, ANDREW R. CULVER, ESQ., HENRY VILLARD. E SQ., O. EGERTON SCHMIDT, ESQ., GEO RGE N. MILLER, M.D., ARCHER M. HUNTINGTON, ESQ., ALFRED TUCKERMAN, ESQ., REV. MARVIN R. VINCENT, D.D., JOHN H. GIRDNER, M. D., REV. HENRYY. SATTERLEE, D.O., REV. GEORGE ALEXANDER. *CHARLESCARROLLLEE,M.D.,LL.D., WILLIAM BROOKFIELD. ESQ. D. WILLIS JAMES, ESQ., GEORGE WALTON GREEN, ESQ., BOARD OF DIRECTORS. D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., LL.D., ANDREW H. SMITH, M.D., CHARLES L. DANA, M.D., BACHE McE. EMMET, M.D., CHARLES B. KELSEY, M.D., JAMES L. SKILLIN, ESQ., ROBERT M. THOMPSON, ESQ., SENECA D. POWELL, M.D., GEORGE N. MILLER, M.D. *Deceased. LEONA RD WEBER. ~ I n.

4 II THE POST-GRADUATE. THE POST-GRADUATE. 3 jfacultl! of tbe ~6t...Grabuate mebica( $cbool DANIEL BENNETT ST. JOHN r..oosa, , LL.D...20 East3lth Street. Protlll!l!Or Emeritusof D~s at the Eye and Ear; Surgeon to the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital; President of the Faculty. CHARLES LOOMIS DANA, M.D...GO West 46th Street. Proteseor ot Diseases ot the Mind aud Nervou8 System; Physician to Bellevue Hoepital; Neurologist to the N. Y. Infant Asylum and to the Mantell... Home for Chronlo Invalids. ANDREW HEEIOfANCE SlUTH, M East 38th Street. Protlll!l!Or Emeritus of Medlolne and Therapeutlc8; Attending Physician to the Presbyterian Hoepital; Consulting Physician to the Orthopmdio Hoepital, St_ Luke's Hospital, and St. Mark'8 Hospital. WILLIAM OLIVER MOORE, M.D...(2 Rast 29.h Street. Proteseor at Di_s of the Eye and Ear; Ophthalmlc Surgeon to the Orphan'. Home and Asylum. BACHE McEVERS EMMET, M.D...18 East 3lth Street. Professor of DI~ of Women; Sur&eon to the Woman'8 Hoepltal, and to the Columbus no~pitn:. EDWARD KERSHXER, M.D...RandaU s Island Hospital. Proteseor Emeritus ot Naval. Military and 8tate Hygiene. WILLIAM HENRY PORTER, M.D...167' Broadway_ Proteseor ot Pathology and MedicIne; Curator ot the Presbyterian Hoepltal_ Pathologist to the Northern Dispensary. STEPHEN SMITH BURT, A.M., M.D West 82d Rtreet, Proteseorot PhY81cai Diagnosis and Medicine, late Attending PhYSician Di_ at Heart and Lungs, Out-Door Department, Bellevue Hospital. SENECA DANIEL POWELL, M.D_...12 West (O\,h Street. I'rolessor of Surgery; Surgeon to St. Elizabeth's Hospital; Surgeon to the NeTt' York Intant Asylum; Secretary of the Faculty. ClESAR AUGUST VON RAMDOHR. M.D...45 Irving Place. Proteseor ot OhstetrIos; Physician to the German Pollklinik and St. Mark'. Hospital. HORACE TRACY HANKS. M.D Madison Avenue. Prof8880rot Diseases ot Women; Surgeon to the Woman'8 Hospital; Consulting GynlllCologl8t to Tarrytown Hospital; to St.Joeeph's Hoepital, Yonkers; and to Mt. Vernon Hospital. OLARENCE CHARLES RICE, M.D.... _ Eaet 19th Street. Prot8880f ot 01 ot the Throat and Nose, Consulting Surgeon In Throat Die to the Ont-Door Department, Bellevue Hospital; Visiting PhysiCian New York Infant Asylum; Laryngologlst to the Monteftore Home..JONAS REIN NILSEN, M.D...tI9West60th Street_ Profeeaor ot 01 of Women. GRlEME MONROE HA.~MOND, M.D..._...68Weat tsth Street. Proteuor of DIaMaeB ot the Mind and Nervous System. GEORGE BINGHAM FOWLER, M.D East68th Street. Prof8llllOr ot Medicine and Medical Chemistry (Renal nnd Digestive Disorders); Attllndlna: Physician to Bellevue Hospital; Visiting Physician New York Infant Asylum. HENRY DWIGHT CHAPIN, M.D West 51st Street. Prot88llOr ot D~ ot Children; Physician to the Demilt Dispensary; Attend IDtr Phyalcian to the Bahies' Ward&, Post-Graduate Hospital. UEL MIX PHELPS, M.D East 34th Street. Professor ot Orthopmulc Surgery; Professorof Surllery, University of Vtlrmont, and ot OrthopmdlcSurgery In the University ofthe Cityof New York; Surgeon 1.0 the City H ospital; Consnlting Surgeon to Mary Fletcher Hospital; Attendlna: Surgeon, Orthopmdic Ward, Post--Graduate Hospital. PETER AUGUSTINE CALLAN, M.D WtBt38th Street. Profeeeor of Diseases of the Eye; Surgeon to the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary; Ophthalmic Surgeon to St. Vincent's Hospital; Consulting Ophthalmio Surgeon to the Foundling Asylum. ORLANDO BENAJAH DOUGLAS, M.D l23 EaRt38til Street. Prof_or of Di_s of the 1'088 and Throat ; Surgeon to tile Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital (Throat Department)..JOSEPH RAXTER E~IERSON, M.D...20 E...t30til St ree~. Profes,or of Oi_s of the Eye...utl Ear; Snrgeon to the Manhattan Eye &nd Ear Hospital; Surgeon to Engl"wootl Hospital. FREDERICK BAGOE, PB.B......,~ Fourth Avenue_ Professor of PharmacolollY. FARQUHAR FERGUSON, M.D W"st38th Street Professor of Pathology; Pathologist to the New York Hospital. CHARLES BOYD KELSEY, M.D...18 East 29th Street. Professor of Surgery. REYNOLD WEBB WILCOX, M.O, LL.D Madison Avenue. Profe880r ot Medicine /LUU Therapeutics; Visiting Physician to St. Mark'. Hospital. CHARLES HUNTOON KNIGHT, M.D West 67th Street_ Professor of Diseases of the Throat and Nose; Surgeon to the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital ('i'braat Department). WILLIAM BURTON DE GARMO, M.D...1i6 West 36th Street_ Profe880r of Special Surgery (Hernia). DANIEL LEWIS, M.D Madison Avenue. Professor of Special Surgery (Caucerous Dleease); Surgeon to the Skin and Cancer Hospital. WILLIAM JAMES MORTON, M.D East 28th Street. Professor of Electro-Thernpeutlcs and of Dlse&lles of the Mind /Lncl Navous Syetern; Neurologist to the New York Infaut Asylum; Visiting Neurologist to Raudall'e Ielaud Hospitals. HERMANN ST. JOHN BOLDT, M ( West 51st Street_ Professor of Diseases of Women; GynlllCologist to Germau Polikllnik, and Snrgeon to St. Mark's Hospital; Consulting Gynillcologist to Beth-Israel Ho~pital_ AUGUSTUS CAILLt, M.D Madison Avenue. Profe880r of Dise&8CS of Children; Attending Physician to the Babies' Ward8. Post-Graduate Hospital; Visiting Physician to the German Hosl'ltal. WILLY MEYER, M.D...700MadlsonAvenue. Professor ot Surgery; Surgeon to the German Hospltai; Attending SurKeen New York Skin and Cancer Hospital. AUGUSTUS PALMER DUDLEY, M.D Madl.on Avenue. Protessor ot Diseases of Women; Gynlllcologist to NortbelLStern Dispensary and to RandaU's Island Hospitals. GEORGE 111. EOEBOHLS, M.D... :...59 West tilth Street Professor of Diseases of Women; G)'DlIlCologlst to St. Fr/Lncls Hospital; Consult Ing GynlllColoKist to St. John's Riverside Hospital, Yonkers, N. Y. FRANCIS VALK, M.D Ea8t87thStreet Professor of Diseases ot the Eye; Ophthalmic and Aural Surieon to the New York Dispensary.

5 4 THE POST GRADUATE. TH E POS I GRA OlJATE. 5 FRANCIS FOERSTER, M.D West fi2d S~reet. Proteeeor ot Dls_ of Women, Gynl8cologlst to tbe German Hosp'tal; Uonsult In&' GynlllOOlogiet to ~"e Lutberau Ho. pltal, Brooklyn; Gynecologlat to tbe Ger. man Dispensary and to tbe E8.8t Side Dispeusary. BENJAMIN FARQUHAR CURTIS. M.D EILat 41st Street. Protell8Or at tlurgery: Surgeon to ::It. Luke's Hospital and to tb" Ne.. \'orlo. Cancer Hospital; Profea80r at Ctiolcal::lurgery to the WOIlllLU'S.\{tldlcal Colleg... RAMON GOlTtRAS, M.D West 63d Street. Profe880r 01 Anatomy and OperaU... Surllery on tbe Cadaver : COUlul,lng Surgeon to tbe Frencb Hospital: VIsltlug Surgeon to tbe Cit} and Culumbup Hospitals. FRANK NEWEL LEWIS. M.D Eas t 31st. Street. P rofe8l<0r of UI8... e8 oc tb" Eye; isurlleou M...nbattan Ey., anll E...r Hospital. GltolWE THO.\ISON ELLIOT, M. D Wes t33d Stret't. Prnt., or of D'... e8 at tbe Skit' ; Af!818tant PbY8iciau to tbe Sklu...nd Caucer H OBpit,,\. LEON A R 0 Wf1:BER, M.D \ W e8t 46tli Street. Prote".or or.\\adlcin.,: Consulting PhY8ician to St. Mark's H08pitai and to St. Joeeph's A_ylum. Eun ENE FULLER. M. D ~~ Lexington Ave. Prof"8..or of V " n...,..1 a nd Gen,to-Urlnary Surgery; VI81ting U"nlto-Urinary Surgeon to the City H08plta\. JOHN Me naw WOODBURY. M.D., M.R.O.S Fittb Avenue. Prof".Ror (Of Ortbo pmrllc Surll..ry: Attending SurQ:eon Ortbop81dlc Ward, Post Graduate Ho"pital: A..i8tant Surgeon Out-Door Dep6.rtment. Roosevelt Hospital. WILLIA~{ M. LE!'lZYNSKY, 1\ Mlldison Avenue.!nAtructor in Mental and Nervous DI8e...",, ; Attending Physlr. lan to the Demiit OI8p.. n"ary IN"rvo118 Department); ConsultinIC Neurologist to the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. GEORGE ROBERT F.LLIOTT. M.D East 20th S tr eet. Instructor In Ortbapllldio Surgery. 8AllfUP.:I, LLOYO. R. Re., M.D !l-I W est ootb Street. Instructor IU Surgery. JAMES KINO CROOK. M.D OO Ea8t29tb Street. I netructor In Medicine and Physical DIagnosis. RALPH WALDO. M.D West 50tb i'treet. InsLi'nctor In Diseases or Wom..n; U y n8lll010gi ~ t to Lebanon Hospital. RORERT TUTTLE MORRIS, M.D West39tb Street. I netructor In tlurllery. ADOLPH ZEH, M.D ~43 W e8t 62rl Rtreet. Instructor lu Pathology and Medlciu" : Al t"ndlnll Surgeon to tbe N..w York Red Cro88 Hospital and Inllrmary. ABBOTT CARSO~ COMBES. M D Newtown. Long I s la nd. Instructor in Di8eases of the Mind and ~o rvuu" System. JOHN DORNING. M.D : We"t 25th Strt'et. Inst ructor in 018e8.8eS ot Chlldr..n; Vl8ltin~ Physician S I.. Francis' Haapltal; (Jonsultlng Physician St. J 08eph's Hospital. WI LLIA:\f PORTER WILKIN, M.D W est 46tb Street. Instructor In Di8eases of the Mind and Ntln'ous System. ALPHEOS ELY ADAMR. :\f D Orllnd Rtreet. Newburgh. N. Y. In.tr uclnr In Diseases of tbe E ye and Ear; AssIst.ant S urll..on Manhattan Eye and "ar Hospita l; Visiting Opbtbalmlc and Anral Surgeon to St. Luke'8 Hosp ital, N" wburgb. FRANK VA~ FLEET, M.D EIl.t82d Rt.reet. InotrtH'tor In Diseases of tbe Eye; Assistant Surgeon Manhattan E ye and Ear Hospital. AOALRfi:Rr BRITTON OEYNARD, M.D Westfilst Street. lo.tru(' tor In Refraction of tbe Eye; AS818tant RurQ:eon to tbe Manbat.tan Eye and Ellr H ospital; Assista nt Surgeon. Otologleal Department, Vanderhllt Clinic. M A X EINHORN. M.O " EAst63d St reet. I nstructor In M..dicln.. ; PhysIcian to the German Dlepensary. FRANK CHARLES COMBER, M.D E... t 1I2tn istreet. lostru.' t or i n Dt.ells". of tbe No.e a nd Tbroat. Assistant Surgeon to tbe Manhat. tan E ye and Ear Hospital (Tbroat Department). SIDNEY SIGMUND GRABER. M.O E..st ilstst lt'et. Io. tructor in Disea.". or Wow.,n; Atteotilnll Phy, icta n Presbvl.erH.o Hospital Dispensary; Attending PbyslCIlln ~.,w York ~'oudnlln g Asylum. DANIEL WIESNER, M.D ~ EIl.I46.b Street Iostruc tor In Vi...e. of tl.te E ye; ASS'8taU t Surgeou ManbtLttllu j y.. loud )<;ar liospltal. WILLIAM BRADLEY COLEY. M.D nz Wes t 8bth Rtreet. In.tructor In Surgery; AS8lstant. Surgeon to the H 08pltal (or ItulJtured IOnd CrIppled; At,tendlng Surgeon New Yor\\ Canc"r HO~ lll t..l. ACHILLES EDWARD DA VIS, M.D East 'I ~ t Street. lu ~ tructo r In U,a-.~a ot tbe E y.. : A8I!Istttnt ~urgeo n Mannal t..n Eye...nn Ear Ho_plt...l; Attending Ophthalmic SurgeoD BeUevu" Hospital. O. O. P. FRANZ TOREK, A.M. M.D Madison Avenue. In ~ tru ( tor in Surgery; Surgeon to tbe German Dispensary; Ass,.t...n t isurgeon New York Skin and Cancer HospitaL THEODORE DUNHAM, M.D East 34t b Street. Instructor In Surllery ; Attending Suraeon Babies' Wards, Poat-Uraduate Hospital. WILLIAM CHARLES GUTH. M.D East71st Street. Instructor in Medicine and in Intuba tion. ARTHUR BIRD, M.D East 40tb Rtrtlet. Instructor In Dls88.8e8 of Women; Asslatant Surgeon Woman'8 H ospital. WARREN OSCAR PLIMPTON, M.D I!lWest84th Street. Instructor In Ortbop8ldlc Surlrery; Assistant to th.. Cbalr ot Ortbop81dlc Surgery at the Unive...lty of the City of New York. CHARLES ALEXA:-:DER RHODES. M.D Pa rk Avenue. Instructor in Diseases of Children; A88istant Attendant PhyslCiau Demilt Dis pensary. LEONARD SIGMUND RAU. M.D We.tMth Street. In. tluctor In Operative UynlllcolollY Oil tb.. Cllrlav.. r: At.tending GynlllCololllat to the Montellor.. H ome and tbe New York FraUtlll Klinlk. WENDELL C HRISTOPHER PHILLIPS, M.D ;0 Madison Avenue. Instructor In Diseases of the Nose and Throat; Assls...nt SurICeon Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. CHARLER JAllES MOO:-lEY. M.D Madlsun Avenne. Illstructor ill M.. dicm., ; PhYSician to tb., Nortbea.atern Dispensary. JO!:lEPR COLLINS. M.\) West 38t h Street. Instructor ill Dise... or tb.. MimI aud N"rvou" System: VIKiting Pbysician to tb., Hospital for Nervous Dise... ; Attending Physiciau to St. Mark'. Hospital. THOMAS JEFFERSON HARRIS, East 40tb Street. Instructor III Dis...es or tb.. No., aull Throat: Assistallt Surgeon Manhattan E ye and Ear H ospital. HENRY BEAMA~ DOUGLASS. M.D E8.8t86th Street. Instructor in Dise... s ot the Nose...nd Throat. JOHN OS BORN POT~AK. M.D Seventb Avenue, Brooklyn. Instructor in Obstetric8. WILLIAM MERLE D'AUBIGNE CARHART. M.D West 44th Street. Instructor In Diseas". of tl.t~ Eye and Ear; AssIst&nt SurQ:eou Manbattan Eye and Ear Hospital; Ophthalmic and Aural ::;urg"on Helping Haud Hospital, Peekskill. HENRY LIVINGRTOM PURDY, M.D East 71st Street. Instructor In Diseases of Women. WILLIAM WHITEHEAD GILFILLAN, M.D West 31st Street. Instructor In Diseases ot the Eye : A88lst..nt Surgeon Manbattan Eye and Ear Hospital; Attending OpbthsJmlc Surgeon to tb" Randall's Island Hospitals. WILLIAM FLETCHER STONE, M.D W est 34t b Street. Instructor In Diseases ot 'Vornen; Attendln" Surg..on Rellevut! Hospital, O. D. P.; Assistant PhY81clan Demllt Dispensary (Chlldr.,n s Department). MARCELLUS RJl:EVES. " East2SthStreet. Instructor In Electro-Therapeutics. ANDREW VON nrim:\f. M.O St. Mark's Place. Instructor In Di_sea of Childr"u. l>a~iel f'ha RLES DE WOLFF., M.D F.. irtl..ld Avenue. Bridgeport, Conn. Instructor in Oleeas88 of tbe Eye; AlI8lstant Surgeou to th.. 1IIallhal-tan Eye and Ear H ospilsj.

6 6 THE POST GRADUATE. THE POS"!' GRADUATE. 7 HENRY TURNER BROOKS. M.D...1M East 72d Street. InRtMlctor In Histology a",1 P,.I.holoIlY; Pat.bologlst to B.. tb Isr... 1 Hospital; Con sultinll Pathologi~t to til.. Hcbr.. w Guardian Sheltering Asylum. JOHN FlCHMITT. M.D East 1atb Street. Instructor iu Di_d ot Wow..n. OHARLES O. MAlSOn, M.D : Broadway. Instructor In UI_8 ot ' bildren; 'islting Pbysicia.n to tbe GerwII.n DIspensary, Uepartment ot Diseases ot Cbildren. aeorge ESPY DOTY. M.D West 36th Strpet. InRtructor in Special Surg..ry (Hernia); Vlsltin!l' PbysiclII.n to the Northwestern Hospital. OHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS, M.D...17 West 45th St. Instructor In Ui.ea..., s ot \\' OIU"II; AtLtlnUln" ~ur"eon to New York Hospital, Out- Patient Department: Athwdinlf Gynecologist to St. BII.rtholomew'sClinlc, and to the New York ThrOAt and Nose Huepital. 8I~~~r~~~u~~"" ~i!:t6i;ic8: "" " "'" MII.dlson Avenue. JAMES nre~'nano CLEMENS. M.D West 34th Street. InSl.rllel"r In ili!lt!&i!es or tbo Ear; ASSIstant Surgeon Manbattan Eye and Ear Hospital. JAMES PEDERSEN. M.D East 44tb Street. Instructor III V"n"realll.nd Genito-Urinary DI_s. W. BEDFORD BROWN, M.D...14 West 33d Street. I nstructor in Diseases or til" Skin. LOUISE FISKE-BRYSON, M.D...70 West 46th Street. Instructor In Uisease8 ot tlle ",Hull and N"rvous System. GEORGE ORAY WARD, M.D West58th Street. instructor In Di...,.. of Women. CHARLES WILLIS KINNEV, M.D West 93d Street. instructor In Ulse_s ut the Eye and Ear; ABdlstant Surgtlon Manhattan Eye and Kar HOSPital. IOHN McGRATH, M.D West 31st Street. Instruc\'(,r In Uperatlve SUTgilry on tile Cadaver; As.iRtanL Attending Surgeon to Columbus Hospital; Aellistant Surgeon to ROO81lvelt Hospital, Out.Patient Department.. PHILIP MElROWlTZ. M.D : West lalst Street Instruct"r iu Ui.ell.lles or the Mind and Nervous Syst"m. ABRA:'\i RROTHERS. M.D Madison Street Instructor In UiStl,,_"s or 'Vomen; Vlslt.ing Surgeon to B.. tll israsl Hospital' At: tendin" Gynmcoiogi.t to N. Y. Dispensary tor Women. JAMES PORTER FISKE, M.D West 57th Street. lll"trnctor ill urthollaedlc!;urgery: A..istanl Surgeon Roosevelt Hospital Out I'atitlllt Department; Attending Physician ~orthwestern Dispensary, Children'S U, partment. JOSEPH A. K tt:nefick. M.D...50 E8.IIt 31st Street. Instrucwr III U_"" or the N086 and Throat. EOOAR STEINER THOMSON, M.D... IR East43d Street. Inslructor In DI 01 tbe Eye; Assistant Surgeon Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital. CARTER ~TANARD COLE, M.D West 74th Street. In.tructor In Surgery. JOSEPH PE"DLETON WINSTON, East 21st Street. Instructor ill Clinical Microscopy and Urinary Analysis. MARCUS KE-':YO". M.D...Corner West Tenth and WestFourthStreet.s. Instrnctur in Dis-:.ases of the Ear. CHARLES LUDLOW OGDEN, M.D Madison Avenue. lustructor in Special SUI gery (Cancerous Diseas~). norji:rt BA~WKER TALBOT, M.D i West 68t!l S:reet. In.tructor in Diseases ot Women. JOHN SEYMOUR EMANSbM.D East 19th Street. illstructor in Medicine; istrict PhYSician to til.. Xew York C'oslrGrll.auate Med leal School and Hospital. MAX ROSENBERG, M.D ' "..128 East 70tb Street. Iustructor in Medicine; Assi~tant Ph y~ici "u Mt. Siuat Ho.pit"i Displln.ary. WILLIAM DUFF BULLARD, M.D ~02l\fadlso n Avenue. Iustructor In Sur"ery.. WILLIAM LA.UGHLIN DUNNING, M.D.....i l West 49th Street. In~tructor In Di.eases ot Wom~n. MAX TOEPLITZ. M.D !:!3 East 62nd Street. Iustructor in Dis, &ses of the Ear. CATESBY AP C. JONES. M.D......E!JMadisonAvenue. Iu~tructor in Di~eases or the Eye. GEORGE B. McAULIFFE, M.D East 62nd Street. Instructor in Diseases of the l!:ye. EPHRAIM K. BROWD, M.D East Broadway. lustructor in Diseasts or Women. J. E. DE MU~D. M.D Twenty Second Avenue, Brooklyn in.tructor in Diseases of tbe Nose and '1'hro..t. JOSEPH FRAENKEL, M.D Sth Street and Grand Boulevard. Instructor In Dls"ases or the Mind and N"r\'ou. System. Consulting Physician: 'IHOMAS E. SATTERTHWAITE, M.D. 504 Firth Aven!!e. RESIDEr.T OFFICERS OF THE HOSPITAL. MR. ALEXANDER H. CANDLISH. Snperlntendent ANNIE WARBURTON GOODRICH, Superintendent ot Nurses and Matron. bouae StatI. THOMAS SDI LEE, M.D., Houae Surgeon. MURRY WISNER SEAGEARS, M.D., FREDERIC LOUIS BRUSH, M.D., w.a.lter DUVAL WEBB, M.D., DO{;GLAS AYMER CATER, M.D., KENNETH KEITH liiacalpine, M.D., First Assistant. Second A88istant. ThIrd Assistant. Fonrth A_I.tant. Fltth A8slltant.

7 THE POST-GRADUATE_ 9 ANNOUNCEMENT FOR NE\Y YORK POST-GRAD UATE MEDICAL SCHOOL Awn HOSP1:r...u.. UNJV..ERSJTV OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK_ The Sixteenth Annual Announcement of th e ew York Post- Graduate Medical School and Hospital is herewith presented to the n~edical profession of the United States and the Dominion of Canada_ In spite of the ontinued financial depression in this country, the School and Hospital have enjoyed a very prosperous year. The number of matriculates attending the School has been It is observed with great gratification by the Faculty that the matriculates are now attending longer courses than former! y, :lnd that fewer special ticktts are selected _ We believe that it will be greatly to the interest of almost all those who attend the courses of this School to take tickets for the general course_ By so doing, the general practitioner is enabled to fortify himself on all sides, while even the specialist is occupied in a very interesting way with other departments than those to which he is giving nearly exclusi\-e attention_ This is time which he will not consider lost, for no specialist can be an ything but the better fo r advancement in general knowledge_ This school was the fi rst organization in this country for the exclusive instruction of graduates in medicine, apart from undergraduates, and is a lineal descendant of the first attempt, in the United States, by an under-graduate medical school to give postgraduate teaching_ The time was ripe for such a separation of undergraduates and graduates in clinics and lectuf(s, and on April 4th, 1882, the former Post-Graduate Medical Facultyofthe Uni\-ersity of the City of New York established the school, and in June of that year invited practitioners of medicine to attend the courses' arranged for them. A charter was soon obtained from the State of New York, and a Hospit:ll was added to the original dispen ary; for it was soon found that a Post Graduate School, to fully and properly do its work, must have its own hospital, under its own roof. The Post-Graduate Hospital is now one of the largest in New York City, having one hundred and eighty-three beds. During the past winter, the average number of beds occupied at one time has been one hundred and fifty. Our hospital accommodations are so that practitioners may witness several important operations each cia):, without leaving the building, and al so see a large nl1ml er of patients in the Dispensary. CHARACTER OF THE INSTRUCTION. The teaching of the School is entirely clinical or demonstrative. The Professors and Instructors who have patients in the Hospital are always ready to make their examinations and dressings in the presence of small numbers of the class. Any practitioner is at liberty to make a request of the Professor for such an opportunity, and he is requested not to wait to be invited, but to make his wants known, not only in this respect, but in all others properly connected with his relations to the Institution_ The practitioner is brought face to face with the patient ; and, whenever it can be done, without detriment to the recovery or li'ellbeing of the patient, he is allowed to personall y examine the case for himself. Bedside instruction also furnishes a prominent feature in this institution, both in the babies', children's and adults' wards_ In some of the specialties,-diseases of the eye and ear, nose and throat, and diseases of women, arrangements are made by which the class may attend the service at other hospitals, as well as the clinics in the Post-Graduate School itself. PRIVATE INSTRUCTION. None of the Professors or Instructors in the Post-Graduate Medical School give private instruction elsewhere in the subjects ulon which they teach in the Institution, for the simple reason that the whole system in our School is one of private instruction. Wherever necessary, the classes are divided up into small sections, ~o that they can be reached by individual demonstration. If any matriculate wishes more than can Le found on the schedule for the special courses, or on the general schedule, by applying to the Superintendent, arrangements can be made to that end. It is believed, however, that the faithful attendant at the clinics at the School, who makes him elf at home wi th the Professor or Instructor, who is alll'ays glad to welcome him and show him his cases, will need nothing beyond that offered in our courses for complete practical private instruction on the subjects in which he is interested.. The matriculates of the School may depend upon regularly seeing the teachers ill the places to whi ch they are as igned on the schedule. OTHER H OSPITALS _ The Faculty of the Post-Graduate Medical School are largely connected with the various hospitals and dispensaries of the Cit)' namely, New York, St. Luke's, Bellevue, the Presbyterian, \Voma.n's, City, German, Skin and Cancer, Tew York Cancer, St. ~ ' ark's,

8 10 THE POST-GRADUATE. Ruptured and Crippled, Manhattan Eye and Ear, New York Eye and Ear Infirmary, Mt. Sinai, Lebanon, Harlem, St. Francis, Columbus, Beth-Israel, New York Dispensary, Out-Door Department of New York and Bellevue Hospitals, Insane Pavilion of Bellevue Hospital, German Dispensary, Montefiore Home, and others. LABORATORY. There is an excellent laboratory in the Post-Graduate Medical School, and most advanced instruction is given in pathology and histology. Besides this, the need5 of the general practitioner are carefully attended to in the matter of microscopical examination of urine and so forth. ANATOMICAL ROOMS. The Institution is provided with ample room for the preservation of material, so that classes are continuously formed, ano no interruption occurs in the regular succession of classes. THE BABIES' WARDS. The Babies' 'Yards occupy two floors in the southwest part of the college and hospital, containing fifty-five beds, with a special operating room, and everything to make it a complete hospital. There is also a roof garden, for the benefit of the babies and children and other patients requiring a solarium. There is no place in thi s country where infantile diseases can be hetter studied than in this d epartmen t. THE O]{T HOP JEDIC WARDS. The Orthopredic Wards occupy a large space, comprising a general ward with smaller rooms adjacent, accommodating twentyseven patients. The e wards furnish not only relief to a large c1as~ of cases, but are also a means of instruction in most im portant departments. THE GENERAL H OSPITAL. The General Hospital contains, immediately off the operating room, two wards for ' women who ha\'e undergone surgical operations. There are two others for female medical patients, and there are also four wards, medical and surgical, for male patients. It will thus be seen that this hospital, although containing a medical school, with all its necessary accessories, is one of the largest hospitals ill ew York City_ It is pre-eminently a teaching hospital. While no interest to the si ck will ever be overlooked or forgotten, the patients will be used to instruct the practitioner, and thus magnify the good work of the hospital a hundred fold. T HE POST-GRADUATE. The magnificen t accommodations which are now furni _hed for post-graduate study in this city, are the result of years of most earnest work and self.denial on the part of the various members of the large Faculty of the Institution, who have contributed very liberally to the Building Fund, and also to the labors of the various Auxiliary Associations. connected with the Institutivn. Chief among these is the Ladies' Auxiliary Committee of the Babies' Wards, which raised a large sum of money for the purposes of the Institution. Many of the beds have been endowed through the exertions of that committee, besidts gifts of money secured by them for the purpose of erecting the bllilding_ The friends of the Orthopredic Wards, now constituted into an Auxiliary Committee, also have endowed several beds, and are doing very much for the maintenance of these wards_ They also secured much money for the Building Fund_ The Professors have never received any salary for their services, but have devoted what should have been their fees, entirely to the purpose of foundin g a great Post-Graduate Medical College, which was so long needed in tbis country. The Annual Report of the Hospital is published in October, with a full account of the medical and surgical work of that part of the Institution; but the Faculty of the Post-Graduate Medical School and H ospital respectfully remind the profession th at it is not a private or personal institution; it is not a stock company, but a chartered Medical College and Hospital, a part of the University Syste m of the State, on the same im personal footing as the other great educational and charitable institutions of the country_ THE DISPENSARY. The Dispensary of the School has become one of the largest in the City, and practitioners who desire it, by making special arrangements at the office, can, without extra charge, in company with a small number of their fellow-matriculates, see the treatment of the cases in the Out-door Department. In this manner, they come in very close relations to the patient. POSITIONS ON THE HOUSE STAFF. Four vacancies in the House Staff of the Hospital occur every year, when graduates in medicine are chosen for the positions by exam.inations held in April, two going on duty in July, and two the follow1l1g January. The term of service is ei ghteen months. TRAIN ING SCHOOL FOR NURSES-245 EAST 19TH STREET. This is I ~ OW, for the first time, this year, an integral part of the organization of the Hospital. Its Superintendent, Miss Goodrich, is the Matron of the H ospital. II

9 THE POST GRADUATE. CERTIFICATES OF ATTENDANCE. These are given, for a fee of $5, to each practitioner who may attend one or more courses of six weeks in either the winteror slimmer term. REQUIREMEXTS FOR AD~IIS ION. This school is exclusively for those who have a legal right to prac tice medicine in the state and country from which they come. Under graduates are not admitted on any terms. WINTER TERM. The school year is divided into two distinct but continuous terms. The autumn and winter courses begin on September 20th and end on June 1st. SUMMER TERM.. The Hospital is open during the entire year. '... Durinrr the summer 0' In every case, Instruction IS given Ly men of large experience and competent for their work. The fees for the gm eml ticket of the summer term are very much less than those of the winter ; and as the classes are very much smaller, the course of instruction and the clinical opportunities offered will be found to be very satisfactory to those ljhysicians who are not at leisure during the winter to attend the courses. The clinical material in the Out Patient Department o f the School an~ in the various dispensaries of the City is ample in summer, as well as 111 the other parts of the year. ADVICE TO MATRICULATES. :vratriculates who have tickets for the general course are earnestly advised to attend the lectul es in their order, and not to be diverted from their work by the numerous opportunities to witness great operations in the amphitheatre, many of which they never will perform. The instruction is arranged primarily for the general practitioner; but those Interested in the different departments will, of course, avail themselves of all the advantages in their special work. Particulars of these are found on the special schedules. During the past year over on~ thousand operations were performed in the Hospital, and J 8, 759 patlents were treated in the Dispensary. FEES FOR THE WINTER SESSION. For a term of twelve weeks, including all the courses and clinics of the School and Hospital, except those below, marked as being for extra fees, $150. For a term of six weeks, $100. FEES FOR THE SUi\IMER SE SION. The fee for the General Course is $30 a month, or 95 for the whole term, from June 1st to September 20th. THE POST GRADUATE. 13 EXTRA FEES. A Course in Operative Surgery on the Cadaver.. $20 A Course in Operative Gynrecology on the Cadaver. A Course in General Operative Surgery and Operative Gynrecology 011 the Cadaver A Course in Operative Surgery of the Eye on the Cadaver.. 20 A Course in Operative Surgery of the Ear on the Cadaver 20 A Course in Special Operations to 10 A Course in Rectal Diseases A Course in Bacteriology A Course in Normal and Pathological Histology A Course in Clinical Microscopy... A Course in the Lying In Department 10 A COllfse in Diseases of the Stomach..,;.,;.r:: ~..: -" ~ (5 ".. " 0::0 t g.. 0> " FEE FOR SEPARATE CLINICAL COURSE. Ii:~ t.. t..::o r.. " ~ ~ 1: " 6 iii iii t: Clinical Medicine, Physical Diagnosis, and Pathology $25 45 SSo $135 Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System Electro-Therapeutics Clinical and Orthopredi c Surgery Rectal Diseases. IS Diseases of Women Obstetrics. ) Diseases of Children Diseases of the Eye and Ear Diseases of the Nose and Throat Venereal and G enito Urinary Diseases IS Diseases of the Skin. IS 25 If tlvo or more COlITses are taken, a certain reduction is made from these prices; but the Faculty would advise every practitloner, whether he has inclinations for special study or not, to purchase a gmeral ticket, which is in all cases the most economical and satisfactory. With a general ticket, the practitioner is allowed to occupy all the hours of the day in the,,'ay that he may choose, except in the courses for which" extra fees" are charged; but he must give notice in advance if he desires to occupy hours on the special schedules, instead of those on the general. COUPON TICKETS. For practitioners residing in New York City, Brooklyn, Jersey City and towns adjacent to the metropolis, who are in active practice,

10 THE POST-GRADUATE. special tickets are issued which may be used on ally day, or part of the day, of the week on which the physician taking them is able to get away from his home. THE CLINICAL SOCIETY OF TH E, EW YORK POST-GRADUATE MEDI CAL SCHOOL. A society with the above designation meets in the large lecture room of the school twice a month on Friday evenings, from October to June. The transactions of the society ha\-e been of great scientific value. A 11 matriculates of the school are members of the society. The meetings are presided over by a member of the Faculty. THE POST-GRADUATE. A monthly Journal is published by the Directors, which contains comments on the Medical topics of the day, as well as the papers and discussions read at the Clinical Society, and other original matter. Terms, r. 00 per year. THE LIBRARY. A good reference library is attached to the Reading Room of the School. The matriculate will find ample material to verify and illustrate any of the subjects in which he engages. HOW TO GET TO THE POST-GRADUATE JIlEDlCAL CHOOL. * The Second and Third Avenue Elevated roads, Eighteenth or Twenty-third Street stations, and the surface roads on Second and Third Avenues, are accessible. Gentlemen who intend to matriculate in the School may send their baggage to Second Avenue and Twentieth Street, from 7 A. Ill. until 9 P. 111., where it will be received and cared for. Excellent hotels are in the immediate neighborho(ld, among which are the Gramercy Park, Continental. Amsterdam, Westminster, Union Square, Ashland, Grand Union and Broadway Central. The Superintendent will be pleased to secure boarding houses for physicians attending the clinics of the Post-Graduate School. Board may be obtained near the college, at from $5 to $8 a week. The School and H ospital are open day and evening. D. B. ST. JOHN ROOSA, M.D., LL.D., Presitimt, JAMES L. SKILLIN, Esq., Secretary 0/ tile Board 0/ Directors, SENECA D. POWELL, 1'11. D., Secretary 0/ tlte Faculty, Second Avenue and Twentieth Street, New York City. Those coming to the School to matriculate will please ask for the Superintendent or the Assistant Superintendent. See ~1ap. page 15. THE POST-GRADUATE. Map of NEW Y ORK CITY, from the Battery to Central Park, showing the location of P OST-G RADUATE MED ICAL S H OOL AN D H OSPITAL.

11 THE POST-GRADUATE. Plan of Instruction. Pathology, Physical Diagnosis, Medical Chemistry, Medicine and Therapeutics, and Pharmacology. Professors: \vill1a~l II. PORTER, M.D., FREDERI C K BAGOE, PH.B., STEPHEN S. BURT, M.D., FARQUI IAR FERGUSON,M.D., GEO RGE B. FOWLER, M.D., REYNOLD W. WILCOX, M.D.,LL.D., LEONAIW.WEHElt, M.D. JAMES K. CROOK, M.D., ADOLPH ZEH, M. D., MAX EIN IIORI', M.D., \\'. C. GUTH, M.D., JllStrllctors.' 1. MOO r EV, M.D., FREDERICK E. SONDERN, M.D., lviax RO ENBERG, M.D., J. SEYMOUR EMANS, M.D. PATHOLOGV AND IIIEDICIKE. Professor Porter will give especial attention to the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of the diseases of the alimentary tract, liver, kidneys, etc. In these clinics, a close study will be made of the chemicophysiological principles that underly, and are, in a large measure, responsible for all the normal, as well as the pathological, conditions of the animal economy. Medical chemistry and bacteriology, both of which are the most important factors known to the science of medicine in explaining the development and successful treatment of disease, will be utilized to the full est extent in elucidating the clinical material. The diatetic treatment of disease, as based upon this advanced chemical and bacteriological data, will be especially emphasized and fully demonstrated as well as that of drug -therapy, by the use of an abundance of clinical material. The instructors in this department will give special demonstrations to limited classes. J,>HYSICAL DIAGNOSIS AND MEDICINE. At the clinics of Professor Burt, attention chi efly will be given to the topographical anatomy of the thoracic and abdominal viscera, and to the physical signs which are found in health, as well as to those which are found in disease, including their mode of produ c~ion and nomenclature. In addition to these general clinics, special instruction will be given to limited classes in the manipulation and treatment of patients under the direct supervision of Professor Burt during his service at the hospital, and likewise during the hours of the dispensary. TilE PO T GRADUATE. 17 URINARY A D D IG ESTIVE DISORDERS. Professor Fowler gives instruction in this department at Bellevue Hospital. PATHOLOGY. Professor Ferguson lectures on Pathology and Clinical Medicine. An abundant supply of clinical and pathological material is demonstrated during these lectures, and the classes are encouraged to participate in the examination of patients. During the year from six to eight hundred pathological specimens are presented to the class. IIIEDICI ' E AND THERAPEUTICS. Professor Wilcox will exhibit patients illustrating affections of the alimentary, ci rculatory, and respiratory systems, as well as general diseases. Particular attention will be given to the differential diagnosis from the rational and physical signs, and to the treatment to be pursued, the more recent additions to therapeutical resources being carefully considered. ~IEDICINE. Professor 'Veber also conducts a general medicine clinic, ill which various forms of disease are demonstrated and, incidentally, instruction in climatology and balneology. PHARMACOLOGV. In this department instruction will be given by Professor Bagoe in the art of prescribing, with special reference to the incompatibility of many drugs frequently employed in combination, and to the best method of administering unpleasant drugs in a palatable form. ew remedies, dietetic preparations, and such modern pharmaceutics as are of importance to the medical practitioner, will receive special attention. SPEC IAL COURSES I DISEASE OF THE STO ~IA C H. Dr. Einhorn will give special courses in diseases of the stomach twice during the season. The first course will begin about eptember 15th and last for five weeks, two lessons being given by Dr. Einhorn in each week. The second course will begin about April 1st. The class will be limited to six. The lessons will consist in newet methods of diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the stomach. The fee for the course will be $30, and is not included in the general ticket.

12 18 THE POST GRADUATE. Pathology, Histology and Bacteriology. Pathologist,' HENRY T. BROOKS, M.D. Illstrue/or: JOSEPH P. WINSTOI, M.D. NORM L AND PATHOLOGICAL HISTOLOGY. This cour e includes the preparation of tissues for microscopical study; hardening, embedding, cutting, staining and mounting specimen for permanent pre~ervation, and th e thorough demonstration with the microscope of the tis,ues when mounted. Each course consists of twenty-four lessons. CLINICAL MICROSCOPY. The chemical and mi croscopical analysis of urine, the examination of the secretions and excretions of the body, and staining, mounting and examining sputa for tubercle bacilli, and pus for gonococci, are taught from a clinical standpoint. BACTERIOLOGY. In this course the different methods of culture of bacteria, examination of water, inocu.lation of animals, and the staining, mounting a nd study of micro-organisms will be taught. Special attention will be given to diphtheria and erysipelas. Matriculates are provided with microscopes for demonstration. New material from autopsies in several institutions and from the large clinics held in this Hospital is constantly arriving. The advantages offered in this Laboratory to the practicing physician are second to none in this country. These courses in the Laboratory are extra, not being included in the general schedule. Fees, 15 for each course. The Laboratory will be kept open daily from 9 A. i\1. to 6 P. M., when matriculates taking any of these courses can work without extra charge. Diseases of the Mi nd and Nervous System, and Electro Therapeutics. Professors,' CHARLES L. DANA, :\1.0., CRAEME M. HAMMOND, M. D., WILLIAM J. :\10 RTON, M.D., Instructors,' WILLIAM :\1. LESZYNSKY, M.D., MARCELLUS REEYES, M.D., ABBOTT C. CO MBES, M.D., LOnSE FISKE-BRYSON, M.D., W_ P. WILKIN, M.D.. PI-lILIP MEIROWITZ, M.D_, JOSEPH COLLINS, M.D., JOSEPH FRAENKEL. M.D. The nervous and mental department, including that for electricity, has been extended so that every branch of the subject can be studied to an extent hitherto unequalled. THE POST-GRADUATE. Systematic courses in microscopical anatomy, lectures on general anatomy and physiology, as well as clinical lectures on nervous and mental diseases. Thus, while the clinical lectures and demonstrations, together with electro-therapeutics, are the main features in instruction, full opportunities for advanced students are furni shed. Professor Charles L. Dana gives clinical lectures twice weekly. Demonstrations of normal and pathological brains and spinal cords, illustrating localization, etc., are also made. Special students who d esi re it will be shown the general methods of microscopical study of the nervous system, also the acute and chronic nervous cases in Prof. Dana's wards at the Montefiore Home arid Bellevue Hospital. Professor Graeme M. Hammond will give two clinical lectures each week upon Diseases of the Mind and Nervous System. These lectures will be demonstrated with pathological specimeds. Dr. Combes will hold a special clinic once a week. Dr. William M. Leszynsky gives instruction on the Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System, illustrated with speci mens, charts and models. SPECIAL COURSES IN THE i\iicroscopical ANATOMY AND THE PATHOLOGY OF THE NERVOUS SYSTEM. These courses are under the immediate direction of Dr. George R. Elliott. Special short courses are also given, in which the general gross anatomy of the brain and cord is gone over. ELECTRO-THERAPEUTICS. Professor Morton's plan of instruction involves a study of the properties and of the effects upon the human body of the galvanic, the faradic and the franklinic currents. Electro-diagnosis and the electrol)" ~ sis of neoplasms, including Apostoli's method, fall within its scope, as well as other special procedures, like cataphoric medication and metallic electrolysis. High frequency. high potential currents, and the sinusoidal current and their applications will receive careful attention. Surgery. Professo, s " SENECA D. POWELL, II!. D., D.-\l\[EL LEWIS. M.D., A. M. PHE LPS, M.D., WILLY MEVER, M.D., C. B. KELSEV, M.D.. B. FARQUHAR CURTlS, M.D., W. B. DE CARMO, M.D., JOHN McG. WOODBURY, M.D. Instructors,' GEORGE R. ELLlOTT, M.D., W ARREN O. PLIMPTON, M.D., SA!lIUEL LLOYD, M.D., GEORGE E. DOTY, M.D., ROBERT T. MORRIS, M.D., JAMES P. FISKE. M.D., WILLlAM B. COLEY, M. D., CARTER S. COLE, M.D., FRANZ TOREK, M.D., CHARLES L. OGDE -, M.D., THEODORE DUNHAM, 1.D., WI Ll.IAM DUFF BULLARD, :-'1.0.

13 20 THE POST-GRADUATE. The clinics in this department are given by the Professors and Instructors, from two to four time!1 a day. The material is ample, and nowhere can surgery, in all its departments, be more successfully studied.. The constant supply of cases ill ustrating the surgery peculiar to babies, under the care of Profe~sor Curtis and Drs. Dunham and Lloyd, in the Babies' Wards, is utilized by them in their clinics every week in the year. Operations done by them, in the special operating room of the Babies' Wards, are always open to matriculates desiring to witne s them. In Orlhop<ed ic Surgery, Professors Phelps and Woodbury give demonstrations and perform operations pertaining to this department. The practi cal demonstrations of simple, cheap and effective apparatus and methods, as a substitute for the more expensive and complicated machinery, commonly used in this department of surgery, will be made by Profe "sor Phelps. The -practitioner will be able to manu. facture and apply his apparatus in the towns remote from the areat ci ties, without the aid of the expensive instrument maker. b All who hold the surgical ticket are allowed to be presen t each afternoon at the Orthop<edic Clinics, in the Out-door Department, with the corps of Instructors, to witness and participate in the dressing and treatment of patients. HER)lIA. linics especially devoted to the treatment of Hernia and allied disorders are conducted by Professor De Garmo and Dr. W. B. Coley. This is the only medical school where a special clinir. is devoted to this important subject, and where not only the su rgical but the mechanical treatment of such cases is conducted before the class. In this department is al so taught such. intestinal surgery as those operating for strangul ated hernia may need to empl oy. CANC E ROUS Dl SEASES. Professor Daniel Lewis will give clinical instruction upon the Nature and Treatment of Cancerous Diseases, and he will also meet sections of the class at the Skin and Cancer Hospital. OPERA'IIVE CLINICS AT GENERAL H OSPITALS. Operative clinics will be g iven at St. Luke's H ospital, from August to January, and at the New York Cance r Hospital from February to Allgust, by Professor Curtis. Professor Willy Meyer holds operative clinics at the German Hospital, from ]\fay first to J une THE POST-GRADUATE. 21 fifteenth, and from September to January, and gives clinical ins' ruction at the Skin and Cancer Hospital. Special instruction is given, from I to 3 o'clock, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, at the Hospi!al for the Ruptured and Crippled, by Dr. Coley; and a special clinic in bandaging and dressing is held once a week at the School. Diseases of the Rectum. Prifessor: CHARLES B. KELSEY, M.D. This course wi ll be continlled as heretofore, but will be free tv all students taking the general surgical ticket. To those wishing this course, without the general surgical course,. the fee wi ll be $ I 5 fo r six weeks. Department of Anatomy and Operative Surgery on the Cadaver. (Oeneral, Oynrecologlcal. Ophthalmic and Aural.) Professor: RA:'.l ON GUrTERAS. M.D. Illstructors: LEO NARD S. RA U, M.n. JOHN McG RATH, :'.'1.1). The operative courses comprise instruction in general, abdominal, genito-urinary, gyn<ecological, ophthalmic, aural and special surgery. The students are d ivided into groups of four-an Instructor teaching each section in a compartmen t constructed for the purpose, The members of the class perform individually, in rotation, all the principal operations of the branch chosen. The matriculates have the anatomy of the structures on which they are to operate explained to them, in the preliminary talk, which is given by Prof. Guiteras, 1\ ho goes over the ground in Surgical Anatomy, dwelling espec:ally 011 those points of the position and relation of the ti ssues and the anatomical guides governing thl! operations_ The oppor tunity for rehearsing an operation on the cadaver, before performing it on the living, is afforded practitioners in New York and the adjoining cities. In the course in Ophthalmic Surgery, minute instruction is givell on the cadaver, by Prof. Valk or Dr. A, E. Davis, and all important operations are performed by the class, A course 0 I the various operations on the human ear will be gi"ell by Dr. Clemens. Dr. Phillips will give a course of operations on the nose, sinuses, throat and ear. Fee, $20.

14 :22 TllE POST GRADUATE. Diseases of Women. Professors : :BACHE McE. EMMEr, M.D., HERMANN ST. J. BOLDT, M.D.,.HORACE T. HANKS, M.D., A. PALMER DUDLEY, M.D.,. JONAS R. NILSEN, M.D., GEORGE M. EDEBOHLS, M.D., FRANCIS FOERSTER, M.D. Illstructors : 'RALPH WALDO, M.D., C. F. ADAt\!S, M. D., S. S. GRABER, M.D., A. HROTHEl{S, M.D., ARTHUR BIRD, M.D.. GEORGE G. WARD, M.D., HENRY L. PURDY, M.D., ROBERT B. TALBOT, M.D., W. F. STONE, M.D.", W. L. DUNNING, M.D., JOHN SC HMITT, M.D., EPHRAIM K. BROWD, M.D. In the general clinics, where the whole class is present, the largest variety of disease is exhibited, with ample opportunity to per sonally inspect the ' cases. Classes of three matriculates are formed for special opportunities in the examination and treatment of Diseases of Women, under the care of Professor Foerster. The fee for this -course of tll'eh'e lessons is $ 20. Clinics are held daily and operations performed at the School, by Professors Emmet, Hanks, Nilsen, Boldt, Dudley, Edebohls, Foerster, -o r Dr. Waldo. Daily opportunities are afforded the matricula~es to witness operations at the Woman's Hospital, tickets being furni shed the School by Professo rs Emmet and Hanks, Dr. T. Addis Emmet, Dr. Ni coll an d Dr. Clevela:1d. Professor Boldt invites a limited number of the class to his operati ons in St. 1ark's and Beth-Israel H ospitals. Students are also invited to operati ons by Professor A. Palmer Dudley, at Harlem H ospital; by Professor Edebohls, at St. Francis' H ospital; by Professor Foerster, at the German Hospital, and by Dr. 'Valdo, at Lebanon Hospital. Diseases of Ch il dr~ n. Professors: J-lENR Y OW JGHT CHAPJN, M.D., AUGVSTUS CAl Ll.E, M. D. Imtructors: 10l-i N DORNING, M.D., A -DREW V ON GRIMM, M.D.,.c. A. RHODES, M.D., CHARLES O. MAI SC H, M.D. Imtrllctof' m Ill/ubatioll: \\'ILLIAM C. GUTH, 1\1. D. THE POST-GRADUATE. Daily clinics are held in diseases of children. Professor Chapin will give instruction at the Babies' Wards and Dispensary, where cases exemplifying the various diseases of infancy and childhood are exhibited, especial attention being given to diagnosis and treatment. Rickets, syphilis, scrofula, tubercolosis and the diseases accompanied by failure of nutrition in early life, will be sholl"n in large numbers. Professor Chapin will also give a short course upon the diagnosis and treatment of the skin diseases of infancy and children. During his term of service at the Willard Parker and Riverside Hospitals, Professor Chapin will hold clinics upon the various contagious diseases. Special attention will be paid to scarlatina and diphtheria. The administration of antitoxin, local applicati ons to the throat and intubation will be demonstrated. Professor Caille will give' special attention to the followin g important subjects: 1. The management of the naso-pharynx in children. 2. Prophylaxis in infectious diseases.. 3. Irrigation of the stomach in children. 4. ~terilization of milk food. 5. Management of human breast milk. 6. Dietetic and medicinal treatment of infantile diarrhoea. 7. Use and abuse of antipyretic drugs in infants. 8. Diphtheria and croup. 9. Intubation and tracheotomy. 10. Convulsions. A practical course in Intubation of the Larynx and Tracheotomy will be given under his direction, at the City Morgue, by Dr. Wm. C. Guth. Colleagues specially interested in diseases of children will be invited to visit the" Babies' Wards," and may attend the Daily Dispensary service held at the school. JOHN O. POLAK, M.D. Obstetrics. Professor: c. A. VON RAMDOHR, M.D. illstructors: SIMON MARX, M.D. Professor Von Ramdohr will direct his special attention to obstetrical operations and the proper indications for the same. The Budin-Pinard manikin, female cadaver, and normal flctus are used for demonstration and practice. The Lying-in Service, established five years ago, under the direction of Professor Von Ramdohr, is one of the departments of the School. 23

15 THE POST GRADUATE. Examinations, confinements and operations are conducted by mao triculates taking this ticket, with the as 'istance, if necessary, of the department staff. Over fourteen hundred consecutive confinements, with but twv deaths of the mothers, from all causes, attest to the value of the methods pursued. By special arrangemen t, matriculates may have the opportunity of witnessing operations occurring in the pr ivate and ho pital practice of Professor Von R amdohr. TIlE POST GRAD UATE. EXCLUSIVELY AURAL CLINICS. Dr. Clemens w ill conduct a graded course of instruction in Diseases of the Ear, at the School, for the general classes; while on Tuesday and Saturday evenings special attention will be given at the cli n ics to technique and instrumentation. Dr. Clemens will give instruction in Diseases of the Ear, at the jlfallhallall Eye al/d E ar H ospital, to those taki ng the aural courses alone, o n Tuesdays,ThuT5days a nd Saturdays.. Diseases of the Eye and Ear. Prqfessors WILLIAM O. MOO RE, M.D" J. B. EMERSON, M.D., PETER A. CA LLAN, M.D., FRANC IS VALK, M.D., FRAKK N. LEWIS, M.D. IllS tructors AL1'HE US E. ADAMS, M.D., W. WHITE HEAD GI LFILLAN, M.D., FRANK VAN FLEET, M.D., D. C. DE WOLFE, M.D., ADALBERT B. DEYNARD, M.D., CHARLES W. KINNEY, M.D., DANIEL WIESNER, M.D., EDGAR S. THOMSON. M.D., ACHIl.LES E. DAVIS, M.D., MARCUS KE YON, M.D., JAMES B. CLE MENS, M.D., CATESBY 0 1'. C. JON ES, M.D., W. MERLE CA RHART, M.D., GEORGE B. Mc AULIFFE, M.D. At the Manhattan Eye and Ear Hospital, instruction in Diseases of the Eye will be given by Professors Emerson and Lewis ; Drs. Wiesner, Van Fleet, De W olfe, Carhart and Thomson. The use of Javal's Ophthalmometer will be specially taught. Errors of refraction will be considered in the clinics held by Dr. Deynard. Professor Callan will hold an Eye Clinic, on Monday and Friday, at the New York Eye and Ear Infirmary. Professor Valk WIll hold a clinic at the New York Dispensary on Wednesdays..-\t the School, clinics in Diseases of the Eye will be held by Professor Moore, Professor Valk, Dr. Van Fleet, Dr. Davis, and Dr. Thomso n. Dr. Van Fleet and Dr. Kinney will give instruc tion to limited classes for those devoting special attention to Diseases of the Eye. A course of operations on the cadaver wiii be given by Professor Valk, at the Morgue. Fee, $20. Als ), one b y Dr. A. E. Davis. Fee, $ 10. OPERATIVE COU RSES ON THE EAR. :\. course on the various operations on the human ear will be gi ven by Dr. Clemens. Dr. Phillips will give a course o f operations on the n ose, sinuses, throat and ear. Fee, $20. Practitioners attending tlu course Oil tlu EJ'e ami Ear should provide tltemselves with an opltlltalmoscope, otoscope, anti all1'al spemla, for tllty C0 l1110t be.furl/islud oj' tile ScllOol. Diseases of the 'Nose and Throat. Pro.fessors CLARENCE C. R ICE. M.D., O. B. DOUG LA,', M.ll., CHARLES H. KNIGHT, 1>1. 0. FRA K C. COMBES, M.D., WENDELL C. PHILLIPS, M.D., THO :'>1AS J. HARRIS, M.D., Instrllctors HENRY B. DOUGLASS, M.D., JOSEPH A. KENEFICK, M.D., J. E. DE MUND, M.D. The rooms for instruction in Diseases of the ose and T hroat are exceedingly well adapted for their purposp.s, and constitute one of the best eq uipped departments in the City. Dail y clinics are held at the chool by either Professors Rice, Douglas, Knight, or Doctor Phillips. Professors Douglas and Knight, and Doctors H arris and Douglass, will give daily instruction at the T hroat Department of the Manhattan Eye and E ar Hospital. Classes in which practical work may be done by the students are conducted two evenings each week, b y Doctors Combes and Carring ton, especia I attention being gi ven to " laryngeal techn ique.':

16 T IlE PO T-GRADUATE. Venereal and Genito-Urinary Diseases. Pro./essor : E GENE FULLER, M.D. T Il E POST GRADUATE. List of Matriculates, Only legal practitioners of medicine are allowed to matriculate. 27 III.structor: J AMES PEDER EN, M.D. A thorough course is given in this branch of Surgery. Two hours ea h week are devoted to it on the general schedule. One of these hours is gi ven to Operati ve Gen ito- ri nary Surgery, at wh ich all the major operati ons are performed. The other hour is taken up with the exhibition of a large number of cases, selected from the chool d ispensary, representing interes ting features of Venereal as well as Genito U rinary disease. The differential diagnostic points are then considered in debatable cases, and matriculates are given a chance to ask questi ons and to make personal examinations. T o those who are specially interested in this branch, access is daily given to the dispensary cli nics attached to the School, where the matriculates are care full v instructed in the use of instruments and apparatus. J The clinical material wh ich offers itself at the chool is far more than is actually necessary for teaching purpo es. Aside from the School clinics, Professor Fuller, in his capacity of Visiting Genito U rinary Surgeon to the City Hospital, is able, at stated intervals, to show the matriculates throug h the wards, and to invite them to hi s operations at that institution, famous for its \'enereal material. Diseases of the Skin. P rqfessor: GEORGE T. ELLIOT, M.D. illstructor: W. BEDFORD BROWN, M.D. Clinical lectures on Dermatology will be given twice a week by Professor Elliot, and on the other days the instruction will be conducted by Dr. Brown. Particular attention is paid to the diagnosis and treatment of Skin Diseases, and the effects of the treatment prescribed for the patient can be observed and followed by the studen t. Abundant material for instruction is obtai ned from the Out-door Department, which is very large, and whi ch is accessible to all taking the course in Dermatology. ADAMS, C HARLES E., New Brunswick, N.J. ADA M, J AMES '1'., Landwick, N. H. ADA M,ME LVILL~; L.. Mayville, N. Y. CLAYTON). SAM EL D., Dayton, O hio. CLOUSE, veorge ::11., Columbus, O. CLYATT, O RLANDO S, J udso n, Fla. ADKI NS, J ER RY D., Williamsburg, K }" COC HR AN ~NDER W OOD-,- Camilla, Ga. ALCORN, J OHN B., Gallipolis, O. COLLI N, CLINTON D., chicago, 111. ALDEN, JAME 111., Pierce, Neb. COLLI NS, GEO. P., North Ferrisburgh, ALDERMAN... \V~1. N.. Athens, Ohio. Vermont. ALGUIRE, u. 0., Cornwall, O nt., Can. CONDICT, ALICE B.. Orange, T. j. ALLEN, H. C., Circleville, Ohio. CONKEY, C IIARLES D., West Superio r, Wis. ANDREWS, GEO. D., Grandin, Mo. CONNELL, J OI IN E,Little Rock, Mo. ANGLIN, WILLIAM G., Kingston, Onto Can. COOK, CI IA S. H., Jr., Concord, N. H. ApPLE. BENJAMIN, San Prancisco, Cal. COOK, WILLIAM C., Pittsburg, Pa. ARNOLD, WILLIAM j., CJ:ticago, 111. CO RN, J AMES S., Nashville, Ark. ATWOOD, JOHN \V., Manon, N. Y. CO RRY, HARRY S., Richmond. Va. BAIlCOCK, 1\fARCUS E., Branchport, N. Y. CORSIGLIA, j NO., New York City, N.Y. BA COl<, R USSELL S., Montevideo, Minn. COTTON, LEE \V. Piedmont, Mo. B.~ERT, GEO RGE H., Grand Rapids, Mich. COTTON, '1'HOS. \'v.. Van Bure n, Mo. BAKER, J. '1'., Findlay, Ohio. CRANE, A. J., New York. BAKER, "RI CHARD C., Rrooklyn, T. Y. CRAWHALL, GEORGE W., Sible y, Ia. BA LL, AMOS W., Rush"llle, Ill. C R EGG, 'VIL LI AM F.\ Syracuse, N. Y. H.\NFJELD. ALLE:,\, P., Buchanan, K v. CRON IN, J OHN F., Augusta, Ga. BAl<OEK, FRANK 1\1.. Hamilton, O. BARRETT, JAMES W.. Osage, lao BARRY, EDM KD. \Vashingtoo, D. C. HASI-lOnE, E. E., Pine Grove, Pa. CROO KS, JAMES, Paterson, N. j. CROMAN, Jo EPH M., ~ft. Clemens, Mich. CULLOM, ~farvin.mcf., Nashville, 'l'enn. C MMINGS, WILLIAM M., Trinidad, Colo. BAYLE S, lierm.\ N G., Kno xdlle, 'renn. CURRAN, CHARLES H., H olyoke, Mass. BEAKLEY, GEORG..: \V., San Antonio, 'r ex. CURRY, GROVE P. 1., Mt. Kisco, N. Y. BEATTY, ENOS E. B., N e wton, N. J. DAGGETT. BLANCHE, Cincinnati, Ohio. BENSO N, V. L., Portland, ~1 e. DAILEY, FRA ' CIS 111., Beloit Kansas.. BESSEY, MERTON W., \Vaterville, Me. BEST, O. FLETCHER, Clinton, ~l e. B IGGERS. G. W., Bake r Cit y, Oreg o n. B INGLE, HENRY D., Carthage, N. Y. D.H IPEER, ja. 1If., Crystal Spgs., li1i ss. DA \' EN PO RT, CHARLES P., H artford, Conn. DAVIS, GEO. H., Spring field. Mass. DAVIS, JOHN C., Omaha, Nebr. B IRGE, ' VILLI AM S., Provinceto wn, ~ [ ass. DAV IS, \ VM. SEYMO UR, Los Angeles, Cal. BLAYLO K, ELLA, assua, N. Hamp. DAY, H. V., Butler,. J. BOGART, EDWARD S., New York City, N.Y. DEBAYLE, LOU I H., Nlcaragua. BOGUE, CHARLES E., Riddles, Oreg. BONGA RTZ. JOS., Kingston,. Y. DEl.AHEY, FRED C., Pembroke, O nt). Can. DEL AM O. GREGORIO. Los Angeles, cal. ROWERS, \ V. C., L a Place, Ill. DE\YAR, PETER A' I Essex. Ont., Can. BOWSER. J AME C., ackville, N. B. D ICE, \ VILLIAM G., e w Yo rk City, N. Y. BRADBURY,.\~I U ELJ., Tew York City,N.Y. D ICK, \VILLIAM I.., Columbus, O. BRA \\" ~, J AS. ' V., Pilot Po int, 'r e xas. D ICKSON, JAMES A., Y oungstown, O. BREWER. I SAA C N., Ithaca, N. Y. DODD, W' ILLIAM.. Bloomfie ld,. J. BRIGGS, DAVW K., Blackville, So. Car. D O LA N, EDWARD, 'Vatcrv ille, 1\'lino. BRO KS, FRANCIS R., Chicago, Ill. DONNELL. R UFUS E., ~outh Gardiner, bfe. BROOKS, HENRY, TR., Augusta. G a. DOSTER, BEN). R., JR., Blakeley, Ga. BROO KS'IO ~; P II S., San Francisco, Cal. DOUGLAS, WILLIAM E., Middleto wn, N. Y. BROWN, RTHUR L., H olstein, Onto Can. DOUGLASS, EDMUND P., Groton, Conn. BROWl<, HEXRY C.. San j ose, Ca l. DOWN ING,jOSEPH J. B., Chesley, Ont., Can. BRO\VN, OT IS S., 'Varre n, PH.. DREW, COLU~ IB US, Jacksonville, Fla. BROWl<, \VI Ll.ARD S., Fort Valley, Ga. DREWRY, '1'. ELLIS. Griffin, Ga. BROWN, 'VILLlAM, 1\1. E., DRYD El<, TA. R., Guelph, Ont., Can. Newstadt, nt., Can. D u B IS, \VILLARD C., Syrac use, N. Y. B RKE, C II ARLES I.E R., Argentine, Kansas. DURAND. C IIAS. F., New York ity, N. Y. B SIINELL, E. H., Jeffersonville, Vt. E ARL, R OBERT 0., li1inneapolis. Minn. BUSHNELL, GEORGE E., Syracuse, N. Y. EARLEY, C II AS. A., Blue field,,v. Va. CALIlR EATH~JNO. F",ilte.Minn vill~,or ego n. EASTMAN, JOS. E., Be rkele y, Cal. CALL. IIAN, JNO. J.. Saratoga prlngs, N.Y. EDDLEMAN, H. M., Mount Holly, N. C. CAMP, ERASTMUS '1'., Gadsden, Ala. EDDY, RICHARD H., No. Attleboro lilass. CAMPBELL, HARRY :M., Parkersburg,\V.Va. E DWARDS, DUNCAN 1I1.,Morriston,6nt.,Can. CAMPBELL, vvm. E., Atlanta, Ga. EGA N, P. RALPH. Fort Hamilton, N. Y. CARLTON, FRANCIS B., Boston, Mass. ECGE, 'l'iiroud S., li1oorhead, Minn. CIIAGNON, '1'IIELE S PH O R~ Brooklyn, N. Y_ ERSKI:-I E, J AMES B., Colebrooke, N. H. C II AMBERLA IN, GEORGE "., N e wbury, Vt. E STES, JOS. I.., Eastman, Ga. CHAPMAN, LEEIACKSON, Columbus, O hio. EVERHART, J OHN \V., Granby Centre, Ia. CH ENEY, r shland, N.H. FALKNER, HERBERT K., K eene, N. H. CHENEY, LYMAN A., N e w York City N.Y_ FENTO~, C.., Orangeville, O. CHERRYHOLMES, WM\ R., Hamilton, Ohio. FERGUSON, GOWA N, Great Falls, Mont. CII ILD, EDWARD lif., Florence, Mass. FENYES, ADALBERT, HHouan, Egypt. ClliLTON,EoWIN Y., H o ward Lake, l\finn. FITZMAURICE, '1'. J., H o ulton, Me. CI, APP, ROBE RT E. liiildmay, Ont., Canada. FOSHEE. 'liarlol<, Brewton, Ala. CLARK. C HA. E., Kansas CIty, lifo. Fox, J. FRANK, Bluefield, W. Va. CLARK, CHAS.., A r royo Grande Cal. FRENCH, G EO RGE RA Y, Garrettsville, O. CLARK, JOS. H. Marion, Ky. FRENCH, ISABELLA 1\1., Damascus, Ohio.

17 TH E POST GRA D UATE. FH ISBY, ALM.\II J.. :\ ihnlukt!e, " is. (:ALLAG B EI{, JOIIX V., Cle"cland, O. G.\ LLO W AY, H ERREH:T P. H., Toronto, ant, Can. ~AMBLE, ELLSWOHTH, \Va\'crl y,.. ". Y. (,.ISKI NS, j.is. A., W allaeoochee, (;a. (;.\TES ALI)E:<i C., \\' e "t!-iurle y. X. Y. 1 n E ls, JOli N P'.. Tndian:lpolis. Incl. UJ.: RE, J AM ES B., S\'I'ac use. r\. Y. (; 1.-\ RTI-I, D.\ VI I) I., 'Pord ' it\' Pa. (i I HSON, \ V II.L I.\M J., Bc ll e\,ii'le, Ont., Can. (:II. HERT. G~:O. R., Oma!la. K e b. (i I LI..\ RD, CL.\ RA H., Port Clinton a {; I1.LESI'IE, JN O. W., Albany. Ga. '. (: LE.-I SON. DE WITT A., Oxford. X. Y. {: O DDA I~O, j 1'<O., jl{., Cincinnati. Ohio. (:OO IJSELL. I,. j., N orfolk. Ohio. (; I<OON. O :<is LOIV AU_EX. Brookh n. ~. Y. (:R.\I I.HI, CJlR I ~TOPIIF: I (, R ochester, >J'. Y. (:>:.II I.\~ I, joil:<i C., La Porte Cit)', la. br. \ N ~ I SS. LR \\' IX. Fail' Ha\'en K. Y (; KEENE, C. C., Atlanta, Ga. I (:RI>E1'<E. W.II. TEI{ D., Buffalo, :-<. Y. l!ri ~LE \ ', lieorge 1..,., Syracuse. X. Y. (d{l~ NE LL, ~I.\ R\, V.. Rutla nd. Vt. (:R IS\vOLD, ELI ' 11.\, Sharon. Pa. ( : R U WELL. \ V I UiOX,,'outh Be nd. \ Vash. (, UIU>. Eo,'\1{ H., Springfie ld, ~ f a". G u ~nelf'i~geh:, HR UXO :\L, I ndianapolis, I nd. (; ~~, H ERB P.RT, San Francisco, Cal. r r.\gehtiiy, R UFUS E., Sedge wick, :\fe. H \11:\" HE:\"R \' H., Y ou ngstown, Ohio. H.II:<i ES, FR.I XK Ll N G.. CambridRe 0 H.\I.L, C II.\RI.ES If., :\ [onl'oe, N. \.'. H.\LL, EDG.II< I., North \ 'assalboro. :\fe. II.I 1.1., RO S~:TT. \ SII EI{ WOO l), Liberty, :-<. \'. I-I.\)II('TOX, CII.\S. SG'~IXER, olull1bus. O. H.\:\L\t Oi\n, NETTIE E, Los i\ng-cies, Cal. H.\ :<iij, H~.N I<\, W. White Hall. III. II.lliX.I, j Oll N C., j asi,er, Fla. J I.\RD)I.\X, \V I LLI.\M :i.. Har m on\' (~r o\'e, (:a. }-(AHPEI(. Enw.\R D, Knox \ ille;tenn. I I.IRR ISOX. LEON R.. Fa"ette, ~ I i",. 11.\ wj', P R.\ NC I S J., Charlestown,?\r a~s. H.IRT:<iETT, W.I!. J.. Stamford, Conn. H.ISL~: TT.lAS. H., 'Yaterloo, N. Y. II.\TFIELD, FR.\ :\KLI~ P.. Grenola. Ka nsas.!i.\v I LANI), j.\ S. r., L ennon, :\ I ich. I I.\\,D E:<i, J :<io. v., Salem, K y. H.\\ ES, j.is.. :;imecoe. Ont., Can. J-I.\\' 1'0 1< I). HER BEwr 8., POrtslllouth, N.n. II E.II), '1'1:-1.1 G.. Guc lph. Ont., Can. H EN I{Y, FH.\ N K R. Dayton, Ohio. II EIiI<Y, J Oli N P., N c w Y o rk City. N. Y. H ER IHNCTON, \ V. J., GrindstoneCitv ) I ich HER ZOG, )1.\X I MILl AN, Chicago, [II... ' H IHKARD. WILLlA~1 E., Proyidcnce, R. J. TlI ~~KLE V, AR~IE G., Ne w Y ork C.ity, N.Y. H I ~ I L I A N, 1-.. K., H ortoot, Armenta. I I O Lt..ADAY, I-IEW IS, R apidan, Va. H OOD, HE NI<I' C., Palm Beac h, PIa. H O RNER, J.\ 5. R., Pittsburg, Pa. H O STON, I.IS., IngerSOll, Ont" Can. H OWELL, ALln:!!'r J, Acton, Can. 1 fowell, j. H ARR ISO:<i, W eiland, Ont., Can. H UBBARD, B. R OS EWELL, Sandusky, Ohio. I-JuGGI:<iS, R.\LI;lGH R.,,'harpsburg h, Pa. 1-1 GIIEY, R INALDO :\1., Fran kfort, O. HUG II LETT, WI LLI.\)I L " ocoa F la. H G IIS, C II.\ S. 'J'., 'M eridian, Te~as. H LL, Anl).11I H., ' Yebster ity, la, H UMPII REY, J. R.. Biwabik, :\[inn. HU~ T I N(;TON, ' VILLIAM D.. R oche ter, Vt. H UT IIINS, F'.\ NN\'., C leveland, O. H YLANO, J ESSE B., Keene. N. H. IDE, PIlILiP S., St. J ohnsbury, Vt. ILLlNG, WM. P., L ittle Rock, Ark. I NGOLO, :l1.\ttie B., Rook H ill. '. C. JI{VINE, R OBT. T., Sing Sing. N. Y. 11<W I N,.MAR\' H., Cli nton, Ont.. Can. I VEY, J NO. A., Cobourg, Ont., Can. j.i CKSON, J AS. A., Dansl'ille, K. Y. i " COBl'~f:\ I{ \" P TNA )I.)'.;ew York Cil\. X. Y. AM I ESO~, DAVI D, Durham Ont e'ton..-\rv IS, N. \'IIf A~ " U. S. A'rm": ' < ]E::< KI NS, JOII :< H., ballas.)'.;. C. J ~~ NN I. :<G. "": ILL I.I ) I S., Orangeburg. S. C. ) E.N F. N, HA:< S P., Omaha, Kebr. ler ME:, ) I.I RK. jasper, ~I i c h. J O HN SON, H. R SSE I.I., }{ouceycrtc " " \', ) OIINS01'<, O. ~I., Wate r "all c), Ky '. <l..joiinson. W IL 0 :<, Toronto. O~t.,-(;an.,.9 I1 :'JSON, ALEX. \ ~DEI<, Grandin :\ 10 ~. \PLF:! l Oll:'\" D.. Plainville. N. y','. ~A!~L E. ErHv.\RO B" Plaindlle. ~. Y. K.I I HAM, DA \' TO:<i L., Schencct'ld,' X Y. KEAT INC.E, I L J)! E ~D I O ~I). co _, L _. N e w Y o rk Cit, X Y ~ EEN, 'l'1i 0 ~I.\S F.. Hamilto n.,"n. - I. KELLEI{. L UTIIE>: H. Lur" y \'a ~ I ~ LL\ :, j:<ic>. C., ~I itch e ll. Jntiia~~. ~I:N N I'.. DY, PA U L B. o Derby. Ct. K I-.N:<iEI)\. W.ILL.IUE D. ~ I e ttcr ('a ~ I CE, H. \V., Port Orma: 1\. J. I Ie:. ~ I ~~~ '-\~I H: ~R J) ~I.\ :,\ 1\., Poocho\\", C h ina. ~ I RKI. ~1T I ~I(.~. Jrlll X \V., _' Vynming. l a. ~ Ll NGE~S) II I II. ISI{.IEL P., Blain' il lc I' a. K OON, CII.'. N E\T E., Casnoda. ) I ich'. I. IIOLAW, (oiwr,e P.. Xe \\' 'lork Cit t\ y L.\PENT.\, A. ~r. Fl' FFI. ).... Ne w Y ork Cit\' X. Y. L. \HK I ~,,~~REnF:HI C K.\.. ChicH,KO, JIl.' Lr-:.I, j F, SS I; W.. Jackson. La. f,e H.I ROY, J ULIUS C.. E, ans, i ll e. [nu. LE~ I M O~, L O RIL\ IX A.. Calcutta 0 LIB BY, E L.:, EXE. Port land. :\ I e. '.. L.I~ N, EI.L IS (~.. ~' r t. PI E"asa nt 10wa I A~' niloi.)i. EJ-.(I C :\1., St. PaUl', ~l in'l~ LI XI,SEY. R. W.. Little Rock Ark.. LITT LE. (;1:0. Crawford, Gn.' I.II'ELY. \\'. ~I., D e t roit. T exas. L O G.\ N, H U( :II. _'I'he Dalles, Oreg-on. L Or..\N, OI.LVER '1'., 'Mattoon III. L'O ~G, Ji\"O. B., Indianapolis,'1 nd. U)XG, JAS. W., Bryan. Ohio. 1.00)115, ALICE R., J e fferson 0.. L0\~ '!:: RY, J.\~. ~., N'ew York'Cit\, X. Y I;, L. I.. :\IIlton. W. Ya.. LO\' IL. ' V I LLI.\M P.. Hillsdllc. POl. I,UCAS, WI LU.I)I H.. :\Iarietta. Ohio. L\ :~'-:: II 'J;": O ' C.. R ric!l;'eport. Conn. L\ :'ole, \ ) 1. H Jr., R Ichmond. \ 'a. ~I A R'I' II L' I<. jxo. A.. ~I ansf i c l d. Ohio. :\[CC.IUIOX'I'. H.\I<I<II;'I'TE. 0.. Prn n klin f'a ) 1 :,1....\1 :\ LE\'I. Scottsburg. Indiana... :\Ic LEU.. I :<io. ~I. II{S. Roseneath. Onto Can ) I ~~ L U HE, N OIL\!! Eo, San Francisco. Cal.' :\I CCOM ll ',GEO I{GE ~I.. Bing hamton. X. Y. :\ ICCOY, b. i\[o:<i I{ OE. Bristow. X. 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E1Ho I ljx D, S., Hartford. Conn. )[OO I<E, WM. 1:';', Tyndall, S. Dak.,'CHEHER,.:)DI O;'; '1'., J ndian apoli~, In d. ) I ORGAN,, NO. F., Jackson, Ohio. S CII LOSS,.\.IRO", Stockton Cal. :\I ORGAN, \ VILLIAM E., La Grange, Ga. SUI EI.LF: f<, (; K\\' I:<i W., Columbus. Ohio. :\I O R R IS, AUSTIN FLINT, East Orange, N. J. SC II STER, 111 CII.IEL P., E1 Paso. T exas. ) I ORn l ~, J. CO B E. K., Olean, N. Y. SCOTT, C II.\RI.F:' C., Win,lo w,]11. )lorri501'<. CALOWELL, Orange, ~. j. SCOTT, j Ollx A., ~f a xw e ll, O ntocan. :\IORI{OW. r. H.,. 'obility. Texas. SCOTT, J OS. W., Hou,ton, T exas. J [OR HOW, 'V I LI.IAM, Dallas, T exas. SEAB ny, \\ ILL!.\ ) I '\ V" 'Cnion CIt\, Pa. :\( OS II EH, BYRON D,Granville. N. Y. SE ' RIST, WM. A.,.\ Ipenl. ~ li c l1.. :\1 0'1"1', j. W.. D e xter..\10. SELDE~. CII.\ H.LES C., Eric, Pa. :\'1ULCAIIY. ~L \ ' I :-I CENT, Arillia, Ont., Can. SELLEI{S, EZR.\ ) 1., Priendh. " -. \'a. :\! ' I{RAY,.I:<i O. D.. Clifton, S. I.. N. Y. SEWN\", K. \RI : "':: U~ H.,.. )I U RRAY. P. Y I ~ C EXT, New Y ork 'ity.~. \,. Swas..\ nneniu, Turke\,. ~ I UT TART. ALDE I< C., j t! r sey City, N..I. S,.. Y)IClU I{. R.\L1'1I 1\., \Vhitney's l.joint X.\. )I Y E I<S, ELMER G.. Canton. O. SII.\NEI.EY, CI I.\RI.E.S ) 1.. NIC II OLS, F~::<iTO N ~I., R ound Hill, Va. :\ fount Blanchard, O. N I FONG, FH.\ l'. K G-., Sl. L oui s. ) ( 0. S1lARP. L. J. Ilarm ony (;ro\ e. Pa. NILES, (; EO. ) I CC., M ar:-;hallville, Ga. SIlAW, 10 11:-': J.. Plymouth, ) Iass. NILES, 11. ROL.ANIJ, Flint. )t ich. S HELI.F:Y, H ILTf)1i J.. Ridgeburv. X. Y. 1\EEH. \ VILI.1.\)I. Pa tcr~o n. N. J. S II EI'A I{ I I. GEO. A" New Y ork Cit\, X. Y. )JE I BLI i"\'. \VILLI.\~I C., F indlay, O~ S I BLEY, \V.\ I.L.\C E, R OCHES'I EH, :\'. Y. NESTOR. R OB ER T j., liudson, la. S I1'< CI..III{, FI{.I"KLI X D.,!lath. X. Y. N EWCO MB, W ILLI.\" H.. SLO,I Ii, j.i)i E5 W., G.\ 5TO"I.I, X. C. Ncw Y ork ' it)', X. Y. S)I,I LLWOOII 8.1)11.. B.. A storia.!-. I.,X.Y. N YE, FRED T.. Beliat, "Vi sc. S~ II TII, A)IBf<OSf: E., Olean, X. Y. O 'CONNOR, P. '1'.. \V'acrbury, Ct. S~lITII, D.\\' II) K., 'r oronto, Ont.. Can. OGAN, AM B R O~F;, Sedalia, O. S)IITII, E. CL.I YTOX, RQc h cste r, X. Y. O Ll\'EI<, ALEIH: D S., Elberton. Ga. 8mTII, R. 0.. Pittsfield, OLIVER, ],I)IES A., lac kso l1\'ille, K y. 8 MITII, \\' )1. W.. Shaplcigll, :l Ie. OSHOI< NE, J OS I:: PII :n., P etersburg, Va. S ~IYTII, 1'. F.. ' Iexia. T exas. OSTRANDER. H EX I{Y Y., Brooklyn. 1\. Y. SORI<I; U.. WII.LI.I M ~ I.. S yl a caug':i..\ia. OTIS, J OIi N H., P o ughk cc~s i e. K Y. S()I)Z.I..1.1\')11, E. S.,, E., Boston. :\l as>. OTT, JOliN P.. B amb ur~, S. C. ~~.~ (;~~ I.:(\. :\rl ~ IIF L.\X ~'J.:.I :O~ :~apl e s;.i ~aly. OWEN, C I.EM ENT '.. Lexinglon, Y n. ~ I I,.\ l. t,: I. P"... UE A., SpT li1g:flcld, :\I d ~~. P.I GE, M EI.I' IN E.. Picture Rocks, Pa. SI'I<l GGS. :\ 1. LCTIIER, Rinard III. P ARTHIOCE, FRAi'K J., xbridgc. )fass. ST..\HH, P'REIl E IHC "':: R., San Fra nci sco 1 Cal. P.\X'\ O., EL~ I ER ( t" Cortland. ).'1. Y. STE.IL\, Freeport, 1I1. P.IR KE, W ILLI.IM '1'. W oodstock. O nt.,can. STE'; EI<. ROIlFRT "., H ot S prings. Ark. P,\HKE I~, ERXEST H., Portla nd,oreg-on. STE\ E~S. H EX IO' B.. i\orwich, Conn. P!-\ L ON, D.\VIP, Battlc Creek, )t ich. 8'1' ",,'.11<'1', CL.II'EX E., Hicks, ill c. Ohio. P.IYNE, ALHEwr 8., Eastlak, ::Ilic h. STF.W.\RT, JI. A., (;ris\\'old. )[anitoba. P.\YNE. R OSCOE W.. Fra nklin, Indiana. STEW.\R '\ )I.\RY E.. '!" opeka. Kansa=--. P EC K, R OBEI{T E...New lla\'en, Conn. STI ' K:<i I': I', H. L.,. e wpol'l. X. II. P E LLET I E R. LOU IS, Lud ington. :\(ich.,'tii' ER, RO L.\ " I) I., I,ena. III. PEMHEH., JOliN P., J a m esville, ' Vi sco ST N E,, "':\ LDO l--f. Proddcnce, R. I. PERRY, \V. H., Balti m ore. )I d. STOVER, (: EO. II., DCn\'er, Colo. PEJ-.( ' IIIN G, FRAN"':: S.. Pittsburg. Pa. STI< ICo.:L.I"". (:EOI{ GI': W., W alelo, Fla. P OMEI{ O Y, H.I!:RBERT )1., L os.\ngeles, Cal. STUIlEB.II< ER, (:EO. )1.. Jac ks\ ille. Pa. P OOS, EJ-.(N ST A.. Cinci nnati. Ohio. SG'l'DI E RS, FR.\ X"':: D.. D e tro it. :'\I ich. PORTUN DA, B. H., K e w York C it)'. N.Y. SUTTLES. J X(1. :\ 1., B e n Hill, Ga. P OTTER, CLAnEN CE D., Oakland, Cal. SW. \ X~. Euw., Spratt. Ala. PR ICE, HORACE n., Par k er sburg, \ V. V a. SWE.\RI XGE R. PHILIP B.. l...acollhl, \\ ash. PI~OSSF:R. 'TEPIIEX S.. Savannah, Ga. SI'L\' ES1 "R..\III1IE W., Etna, ~ I '. PRill', WI LLIS 1., :\Iidd letown, K. Y. T.\ RBEU, H. A., \ \ atertown. S. D ak. P U H I NCTON, A GUSTUS F., indiana, Pa. ' r.-\yi.o I{,.A U " ':ST US I... :\I acon. (;u. Q.\ Co.:ENIIOS, j NO. 1>., N e w L o ndon, N. H. ' I'.\YLOH.. 'L' I I O)I AS ~., Binghamton, >:. Y. R.I INIE, FR.I NK, :\I a nistique, ~ I i c h. TEllll\', \\. ~1. R., (:ear)" l;a. R.\MSE R, M.\ RC, R ock l sland 'r EST, AX:'\.\ HEL C., Dundee, lil. R.I UX, J. P., Cedars, Quebcc, Can. TEST, FRE"" I{I UK C., Dundec, 111. R.I WI.INGS, JUN IUS A., Ka nsas City, :\fo. TIIOMAS. J OSEI'll :II., Atlanta, {: a. R AV, JNO. 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18 30 THE POST-GRADUATE. VERBRYCK, GEO. G., Cambria. Wr.om. VOORHIES, NATHANIEL 'vv., Danvllle, Pa. V ROO J\'IAN, ADAM E., Little Britain, Ont., Can. \VALKER, FREEMAN V., Savannah, Ga. " \' ALL, CHAS. D., Columbus Ga. WALLA, B ELA, Budapest, Hungary. "vvallace, DANIEL J., Sparta, Mich. WALLACE, ROBERT A., New Castle, Pa. 'VALLACE, "vvilliam F., Newton, N. H. "vvard, CLARENCE S., 'Varren, Ohio. ' 'leaver, Jas. D., Eatonton, Ky. 'VEST, J. I ARK, BellaIre, OhIO. "vvetmore, FRANCES 111., Hilo, I-Jawaii, Hawaiian Is. 'VI-lITE, ALBERT A _. T rinidad, Colo. 'VHITE, C HARL ES W., Fairhaven, Mass. 'VHITE, ELIZABETH, Adelaide, South Australia. ' VH ITE, JAMES T., Seattle, W ash. 'VlBORN, T. A UB RN, Rochester. N. Y. \VILEY, A{A URI CE G., L aconia, N. H. ' VILL.\RD, GEO. VI., Columbus, Ohio. \VILLARD,JOHN C., Pueblo, Col. ',VILSON, R OBERT S., Sweet Springs, Mo. ' VILSON, W ILLI AM R., H ecksburg, Pa. WILSON, WM. R. A., P eoria, Ill. WI NEGA R, ABBIE 1\1., Battle Creek, Mich. WOOD, T. ALDRICH, Plessis, N. Y. WOOD, W. A., Hubbard City, Texas. 'VOODS, EARLE L., Pueblo. Cal. 'VOOD WARD, A. F., Hawksville, Ont., Can. WOODWARD, FRANCIS M.. Springfield, T e nn. W OOLEY, 'VrLLlAM, D eckerville, Mic h. 'VOR K, HUBERT, Pubplo, Colo. WORTHINGTON, UNi ON, Salt Lake City, U tah. WYNKOOP, JAM ES C., Hillsboro. Va. YOUNG, EMM A F., \Vesterville, Ohio. YOUNG, FILLMORE, Rural Dale, Ohio. YOUNG, ALFRED J., Schenectady, N. Y. Y OUNG, W ILLIAM G., St. Ignace, Mich. Y OUNGS, 'WI LLIAM, Rich H ill, Mo. ZEISER, C HAR LES H. B., Tro, N. Y. ZIMLICK, ARTHUR J., St. LOUIS, MO, ZIMMERMAN, CAROLYN E., Dayton, Ohio. ZIPSER, MAX A., New York City, N. Y. MATRICULATES BY STATES AND COUNTRIES. Alabama 6 North Carolina 5 Arkansas, 6 Ohio 54 California. 16 Oregon 6 Colorado. 6 Pennsylvania 26 Connecticut. 8 Rhode Island 2 District of Columbia. 3 South Carolina. 5 Florida 8 South Dakota 2 Georgia. 28 Tennessee. 4 lllinois 18 Texas. 10 Indiana. 9 Utah 1 Iowa 9 Vermont. 7 Kansas 4 Virginia. 12 Kentucky. 7 Washington. 4 Louisana 1 West Virginia, 7 Maine. 10 Wisconsin. 4 Maryland 1 IV-yorning. 1 Massachusetts. 14 Armenia. 2 Michigan. 19 Austria 1 Minnesota. 8 British Columbia. 1 Mi ssissippi 2 Canada 40 Nlissouri. 15 Central America. 1 Montana. 1 China. 1 Nebraska 4 E gypt. 1 New Hampshire. 13 H awaiian Islands 1 Ne\y J ersey 13 Italy... 1 New York. 85 South Australia, 1 MATRICULATES SINCE OPENING OF TI-IE SCHOOL Total.....,.. 5,434

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