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President ABRAHAM LINCOLN'S
Let none falter who thinks he is right.
If slavery is not wrong then nothing is
Come what will, I will keep my faith
with friend and foe.
There is no grievance that is a fit object
of redress by mob law
All that I am, all that I hope to be, I owe
to my angel mother.
I authorize no bargains for the Presiden¬
cy, and will be bound by none.
For thirty years I have been a temperate
man, and i am too old to change.
No man is good enough to govern another
man without that other's consent.
This country, with its institutions, be¬
longs to the people who inhabit it.
I believe this Government cannot perma¬
nently endure half slave and half free.
Gold is good in its place; but living, brave
and patriotic men are better than gold.
Nowhere in the world is presented a Gov¬
ernment of so much liberty and equality.
This Government must be preserved in
spite of the acts of any man, or set of men.
Understanding the spirit of our institu¬
tions to aim at the elevation of men, I am
opposed to whatever tends to degrade them.
The reasonable man has long since agreed
that intemperance is one of the greatest, if
not the greatest, of all evils among man¬
The purposes of the Almighty are perfect,
and must prevail, though we erring mortals
may fail accurately to perceive them in ad¬
I protest against the counterfeit logic
which concludes because I do not want a
black woman for a slave I must necessarily
want her for a wife.
I know that the Lord is always on the
side of the right; but it is my constant
anxiety and prayer that I and this nation
should be on the Lord"s side.
Many free countries have lost their liber¬
ty, and ours may lose hers; but, if she
shall, be it my proudest plume, not that 1
was the last to desert, but that I never de¬
from the users of
Augusta, Ga., August 17,1895.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. T.
Gentlemen :—I am pleased to say that for 40
years I have known of the use and good result*
of Mexican Mustang Liniment for man and
beast, and am now using it on my horse, and
find it the best remedy now in use for all the
complaints for which it is recommended.
REV. G. H. DWELLE,
109 12th Street.
Athens, Ga., Sept. 2,1895.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Gentlemen:—Several years ago my horse ran
away with me and threw me out of the buggy,
bruising and spraining me all over, nearly! I
tried several liniments, but none did me any
good. I finally resorted to Mexican Mustang
Liniment and was very much surprised at the
quick results. I was soon able to go to work
and not a pain or ache remained.
shortly after this my same horse had his leg
injured while in the stable, and having some
of the liniment left that I had been using on
myself I tried it on my horse's leg, and after
using one more bottle my horse was all right. I
now keep Mexican Mustang Liniment always
in my house and would not use any other. It
is the best 1 know of, and I recommend it to all
who want a good family liniment.
T. B. GARFIELD, blacksmith,
31 Washington Street.
Rome, Ga., Sept 17, 1895.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. T.
Gentlemen :—I was in bed three months suf¬
fering fearfully from inflammatory rheuma¬
tism; I used everything 1 could think of and
got no relief until I struck Mexican Mustang
Liniment. After using about three 50-cent bot¬
tles I was completely cured. I rubbed the lini¬
ment in thoroughly and it did the work. I can
recommend it all suffering with rheumatism.
E. C. Ford, band leader,
406 Broad Street.
Mexican Mustang Liniment
is the best PILE Remedy known.
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