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September 9, 1893

Staff Correspondence of The Journal.

JAMA. 1893;XXI(11):393-394. doi:10.1001/jama.1893.12420630033008

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Journal Train, C. & O. R. R., Sept. 3, 1893.

The Journal train left Central depot on time at 8:30 and traveled through the country without incident until nearing Indianapolis, where it was delayed an hour and a half by a wrecked freight train. The train service was excellent and the doctors, although delayed, preserved their equanimity and arrived in Cincinnati in good order. The St. Louis contingent were delayed for some reason or other and did not unite with the train at Indianapolis as was expected. The following named gentlemen among others were on the train:

Mr. Ernest Hart, editor British Medical Journal, and Mrs. Hart; Dr. Daniel R. Brower, Chicago; Dr. J.R. Wolfe (Prof. Ophthal., Glasgow); Dr. J. W. McLaughlin, Dr. E. H. Root, Dr. A. M. Bromworth, Dr. C. M. Hobby, Iowa City; Dr. Bayard Holmes, Dr. E. F. Ingals, Dr. R. C. Corr, Carlinville, Ill.; Dr.

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