T. B. Crowder, of Petersburg, Va., writes:—"I used your Mexican
mustang .Liniment for two sprained wrists, rubbing it well in, and
fl!U ha"DrjV tO afl.V it. nirAH thorn in ch/vt^-. nrrl^ »
Mr. W. T. Menard,
a clever correspondent at¬
tached to the New York Age
Dr. W. L. Bulkley, a colored
graduate of Claflin University,
Orangeburg, S. C, has been ap¬
pointed Principal of a public
school in >New York City. In a
class of thirty-two applicants for
principalship he received the high¬
est percentage on examination.
Dr. Bulkley was for several years
Professor of Latin and Greek in
Claflin University, and was a
member of one General Confer¬
ence. He is one of the best speci¬
mens of thorough scholarship and
genuine Christian manhood the
raco has produced. "
Indianapolis, Ind., has a colored
Hot Springs, Ark., Aug. 19, 1900.
Lyon Mfg. Co.,'Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dear Sirs:—I saw an advertisement of Mexican
Mustang liniment in the Baptist Vanguard and
having a sprained knee at the time, I used this lini¬
ment on it and before I had used two bottles it was
almost well. It is a good liniment.
Heney J. Sandees.
High Point, N. C, Dec. 14, 1894.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, 1ST. Y.
Gentlemen:—Many times I have used Mexican
Mustang I/iniment on fresh burns and it always
gave good satisfaction. Knowing this I can recom¬
mend it highly to those suffering from burns.
J. 1ST. Campbell.
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W. V. Clifton, of Raleigh, N. C, writes:—"I keep a bottle of Mex¬
ican Mustang Liniment in my house continuaUy for general use.
It is the finest thing in the world for cuts, burns and bruises."