**eorge a. .Frobst. off Columbus, Ky., says:—"We could not do with¬
out Mexican Mustang Liniment. It is the most useful liniment
made for general household use. I use it with success on my stock also.''
The silk factory at Fayette-
ville, N. C., is the most unique
and interesting manufacturing
plant in the State if not in the
South. It is owned by the
Ashley & Bailey Company, the
weU-known silk miU concern
of Paterson, N. J., managed
by Rev. T. W. Thurston, col¬
ored, and operated by Negro
labor. The plant was built in
1899, as an experiment, but has
proved a signal success.
Gen. Robert Smalls.
Well-known as the "Hero of
the Planter," steering a Confed-
rate vessel into a Union port
during the civil war under a
heavy fire from the enemy's
battery. Collector of the port
at Beaufort, S. C.
Mr. Frank Roberts and son
are the only Afro-American
contractors in western Mary¬
land who are professionals in
Colored physicians of Ken¬
tucky have organized them¬
selves into a State Association.
If you use it^S
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Raleigh. N.C., Jan. 4, 1901.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N". Y.
Gentlemen:—Mexican Mustang I/iniment is
used by me in my business all the time. It is the
finest thing in the world for sprains and mashes,
also for cuts and burns. I have a bottle in my house
continually for general use. I recommend it to all
who have never used it. They will find it just as I
have said in every particular.
-^' Yours very truly,
W. V. Clifton, bridge contractor.
Important Notice. .*
Mexican Mustang liniment is put up in three sizes. * Price 25c, 60c.
and $1 per bottle, and is for sale by "Druggists and General Storekeepers.
If they are out of it, ask. them to order it for you from their nearest
Wholesale Druggist. It Cannot be Sent by Mail ob Expbess.
Mr. J. T. Tribble, of Cartersville, Ga., says;—"MexicanMustans
Liniment is the best liniment in the country for a man to use on his
horses, mules and cattle, and I advise others to give it a trial."