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April 11, 1896

MEDICINE AND SURGERY OF THE QUEEN CITY.

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CINCINNATI, OHIO.

JAMA. 1896;XXVI(15):699-708. doi:10.1001/jama.1896.02430670001001

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Abstract

Cincinnati has always had an honored name. We have furnished our quota of statesmen, of soldiers, of artists and skilled artisans. We have had able editors, eminent jurists, eloquent divines. Ascending in the scale of genius, we had one astronomer and two real poets. If we have fallen short it has been in the trades and commercial life, for it is said that some of the railroads have put us on a side track, and one or two of the younger cities about us have left us behind.

But no city in this country has ever surpassed us in medicine. Perhaps there may have been times when a better sermon could be heard, or a higher legal opinion obtained in New York, or some other Eastern city, but there never was a time when a diagnosis of a disease could be better made or an operation be better done elsewhere

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