Mr. L. A. Walton, of Garfield, La., writes us:—"Some time ago a
fine young horse of mine cut himself badly on a barbed wire fence, and
Mexican Mustang Liniment was used with the greatest success."
Mr. Ernest Hogan,
the highest-salaried Negro actor
on the stage. Comedian, song¬
writer and manager. Has earned
$50,000 in royalties on popular
Songs. Starring in "A Country
About seven years ago, Rev.
Robin Green, a colored far¬
mer who lived near Tuskegee,
Ala., decided that he would
purchase a home for himself
and his family. He found a
tract of land, eighty acres,
near the Mt. Olive Baptist
church which he secured, but
was not able to pay for it be¬
fore he died, leaving a wife
and three children. His elder
son, William, took up the
work where his father left off
and now the family has a
beautiful home, all paid for,
and is cultivating profitably
seventy acres of the eighty
owned. This is the kind of
thrift and family unity which
make races strong.
Washington, D. C, has her
first colored notary public in
the person of Aaron Russell,
for many years employed in
the clerkTs office'of the House
A Pointer oe Pile
Milledgeville Ga.? Nov. 13, 1900.' ]
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, K Y.
Gentlemen:—For years I was a terrible sufferer
from piles and had doctored for them without get¬
ting relief. Knowing Mexican Mustang I/ini-
ment to be a good article I gave it a trial, and in
a day or two I could feel a most pronounced change.
Two or three weeks afterward I hardly knew I had
ever been afflicted with this distressing ailment. I
am now well, and nothing but ^Mexican Mustang
Liniment cured me. Yours truly,
J. T. MlLLEE.
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Mr. William Smith, of Bremond, Texas, says:—"I recently cured a
valuable mule of a bad running sore by using Mexican Mustang
Liniment on the sore part. It is certainly a wonderful healer."