Dictionary of Berlin

Full text: Brasch & Rothenstein's Guide of Berlin

, to 300 Marks, according to the accomodation and the nature 
of the distemper. Dr. Edel, Physician in Charge. 
Insane Asylum in Dalldorf, 8 miles by horse-car from 
the Oranienburger Thor. 
Invalidenhaus. For invalids of the Prussian Army, founded 
by Frederick the Great. 
Ivory Carving'. For fans and toilette articles, we 
may recommend the house of Mr. Fr. Rosenstiel, 48 Unter 
den Linden, by appointment to the Royal Court. 
Jacobi-Kirche. In old Christian style built 1844/45 after 
Stuler’s plans, inside the open yard the monument »f Saint 
Jager-Strasse, is a street of first class business houses. 
It lies out of the din and bustle of traffic, and there is no 
horse car to disturb the cjuiet splendor of its appearance. 
There is a uniformity in the general architectural design of 
the houses upon either side, which, although carried to a 
wearisome extent in many Continental towns, is very rare in 
Berlin. Among the noteworthy buildings in) this street are 
the Reichsbank, the Konigliche Leihamt (Royal Loan Office), 
and the Haupt-Telegraphenamt. 
Jahn’s Monument, in the Haisenhaide. 
Jerusalemer Kirche, rebuild by Knoblauch in 1879 at 
the Koch- and Lindenstrasse. 
Jewelery. Opposite the Transatlantic Agency and 
Reading Rooms of Messrs Brasch & Rothenstein is the 
Jewelry Store of Mr. J. H. Werner, Friedrich-Strasse 173, 
between Jager- and Franzosische Strasse, patronized by the 
Court and well known for the beautiful taste and skill displayed 
in the manifold wares which fill the elegant store of this 
establishment. Its show windows are always surrounded by 
sight-seers and may therefore easily be found by strangers 
desirous of purchasing anything in this line of which every 
possible variety of article is always on hand and can be 
made to order in any style. Mr. Werner is always happy to 
show his wares to customers and to visitors and takes the
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