Article questioning the competency of Garfield's doctor
I v uwihwhiuvi. I Medical Incompetency, In the hour of great bereavement, none but the kindest feelings for all men -should -should be cherished. We wish that such sentiment, could be univer sally entertained toward the "physician in charge" of the president, but we fear it is impossible. The conviction strong and constantly gaming ground that malpractice, if not quackery and selfishness, are more responsible for the president's condition than is the wound inflicted by the assassin Guiteau. These are strong words,, but are, they unwar ranted? They Certainly express the sentiment of a. good many observing people throughout the land, who would have doubly rejoiced at the patient's recovery, in that it would have restored restored their presiden', and would also have relieved them from that great incompetent, incompetent, Bliss.