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WILLIAM P. JONES, M, D., Professor of Insanity and Public"Hygiene.

DUNCAN EVE, M. D. Professor of Surgery and Clinical Surgery.

J. BUNYAN STEPHENS, M. D Professor of Obstetrics and Clinical Midwifery

T B. BUCHANAN, M. D., Professor of General, Descriptive and Surgical

Anatomy (Emeritus).

W. D. HAGGARD, M. D., Professor of Gynaecology and Diseases of

Children, WM. F. GLENN, M. D., Professor of Physiology, Genito-Urinary, and

Venereal Diseases.

W. M. VERTREES, M. D., Professor of Materia Medica and Therapeutics

PAUL F. EVE, M. D, Professor of General, Descriptive and Surgical

Anatomy. W. E. MOCAMPBELL, M. D., Professor of Medical Chemistry and Toxicology

WM. G. BRIEN, M. D., LL.D.,
Professor of Medical Jurisprudence.

J. S. CAIN, M.D.,
Professor of Principles and Practice of Medi-

cine and General Pathology.

J. G. SINCLAIR, M. D., Professor of Diseases of the Eye, Ear and

Throat.
ROB'T RUSSELL, M, D., D.D.S.,
Emeritus Professor of Operative and

Mechanical Dentistry.
J. Y. CRAWFORD, M D., D. D. S.,
Professor of Operative Dentistry.

R. B. LEES, M. D., D. DS,
Professor of Mechanical Den'istry.
OSCAR COPELAND, M, D.,

9. F. ARNOLD, M. D.,
Demonstrators of Anatomy.
J. S. (OTTRELI, D.D.S.,

ROBT. E. BURNS, D. D. S, Demonstrators of Operative and Mechanical

Dentistry

The 13th (Session) Course of Instruction will begin on Monday, the 5th day of September 1887, and continue until the last Tuesday in February, 1888, wbich is Commencement Day.

CLINICAL ADVANTAGES.

The city hospital, c ntrolled exclusively by the faculty, and Alled with the indigent sick of the city will aff rd a most ample facility for bed-side instruction.

Our clinical advantages are now as good as any college in the South or West.
For information, address

DUNCAN EVE, M. D.,

DEAN OF THE FACULTY,

NASHVILLE, TENN.

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THE HYPNOTIC.

FORMULA.-Every Fluid Drachm contains 15 grs. EACH of pure Chloral Hydrat. and purified Brom. Pot. and } gr. EACH of gen. imp. ext. Cannabis Ind. and Hyoscyam.

DOŠE.-One-half to one fluid drachm in WATER or SYRUP every hour until sleep is produced.

INDICATIONS.—Sleeplessness, Nervousness, Neuralgia, Headache, Convulsions, Colic, Mania, Epilepsy, Irritability, etc. In the restlessness and de. lirium of Fevers it is absolutely invaluable.

IT DOES NOT LOCK UP THE SECRETIONS.

Pa pine

THE ANODYNE.

SPECIFY (BATTLE'S) WHEN PRESCRIBING OUR PREPARATIONS.

Papine is the Anodyne or pain relieving principle of Opium, the Narcotic and Convulsive elements being eliminated. It has less tendency to cause Nausea, Vomiting, Constipation, etc.

INDICATIONS.--Same as Opium or Morphia
DOSE.—One Fluid Drachm represents the Anodyne principle of } grain of
Morphia.

SPECIFY (BATTLE'S) WHEN PRESCRIBING OUR PREPARATIONS.

Iodia

THE ALTERATIVE AND UTERINE TONIC.

FORMULA.-Iodia is a combination of Active Principles obtained from the Green Roots of STILLINGIA, HELONIAS, SAXIFRAGA, Menispernum and Aromatics. Each fluid drachm also contains five grains IoDo-Potas. and three grains Phos-IRON.

DOSE.-—One or two fluid drachms (more or less as indicated) three times a day, before meals.

INDICATIONS.-Syphilitic, Scrofulous and Cutaneous Diseases, Dysmenorrhoe, Menorrhagia, Leucorrhoe, Amenorrhoe, Impaired Vitality, Habitual Abortions, and General Uterine Debility.

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BATTLE & CO.,

Chemists’ Corporation,
BRANCHES:

ST. LOUIS, MO.
56 New Bond Street, London, W.
5 Rue De La Paix, Paris.
9 and 10 Dalhousie Square, Calcutta.

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