1 A. MeG. Little, of Blanchard, N.C., says:—" I find that Mexican
Mustang Liniment has no equal as a cure for cuts, burns, sprains,
bruises, etc. I use it in preference to all Other liniments."
Rt. Rev. Abram Grant,D.D.
President of Board of Trustees
of Wilberforce University.
Benjamin O. Davis, of the
District of Columbia, is the
first colored man to pass an
examination for promotion
from the ranks of the army to
the grade of second lieutenant
and to procure an appoint¬
ment from the President. His
average was 91 per cent, and
he stood particularly weU in
international law and military
science and tactics.
Davis is a native of tbe Dis¬
trict of Columbia and a grad¬
uate of Washington schools.
He was a major in the Col-
ored High School Cadet Corps
and at the Spanish War was
appointed a lieutenant in the
Eighth Regiment of immunes.
Philadelphia colored people
have organized a banking Co.
with a capital stock or $50,000.
of a wire nail.
Batt, Ya., Feb. 20, 1901.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, K Y.
Gentlemen:—Recently I stuck a wire nail in the
palm of my hand one inch deep. I at once applied
Mexican Mustang X/iniment according to di¬
rections, and in ten days after my hand was entirely
well. Mustang Liniment will do more than it is
recommended to do, and everyone ought to have a
bottle with them at all times. I know cases where
other liniments have failed and Mexican Mustang
Liniment has made a permanent ciire. All that use
it praise it. The above letter will be sworn to by
me if need be. You can publish the above if you
want to. Yours very truly,
W. T. Broaddus. .
Mr. G. W. Whitaker, of Pilot Mountain, N. C., says:—«*Mexican
Mustang Liniment is the best thing in tne world for a horse with a
sore shoulder or for any sore caused from saddle or harness rub.71