50 years has Mexican JVUist&ng Liniment blessed
suffering Man and Beast. Rub it in thoroughly.
Song-Old Kentucky Home.
The sun shines bright in the old Kentucky home,
'Tis Summer, the darkies are gay;
The corn top's ripe and the meadow's In the bloom,
And the birds make music all the day.
The young folks roll on the little cabin floor
All merry, all happy and bright;
By'n by hard times comes a knocking at the door.
Then my old Kentucky home, good-night I
Weep no more, my lady, oh! weep no more to-day,
We will sing one song for the old Kentucky home,
For the old Kentucky home far away.
They hunt no more for the 'possum an' the coon,
On the meadow, the hill, and tho shore;
They sing no more by the glimmer of the moon.
On the bench by the little cabin door.
The day goes by like a shadow o'er the heart.
With sorrow where all was delight.
The time has come when the darkies have to part,
Then my old Kentucky home, good-night !
The head must bow and the back will have to bend
Wherever the darkey may go ;
A few more days and the trouble all will end,
In the field where the sugar canes grow.
A few more days for to tote the weary load—
No matter ! 'Twill never be light ;
A few more days till we totter on the road,
Then my old Kentucky home, good-night I
PLAYED OUT IN THE STREET.
" Hear those musicians playing 'My Grand¬
father's Clock,'" said Dora, at the window.
'Td like to know," growled David, uhow
you can tell they are playing 'My Grandfath¬
4 * They keep such wretched time," explained
A POINT OF VIEW.
Young Lady (out yachting)—"What is the
matter, Captain Quarterdeck?"
Captain—"The fact is, my dear young lady,
we've broken our rudder."
Young Lady—UI wouldn't worry about that.
The rudder is mostly under water, you know,
and it isn't likely people will notice it."
WEST POINT SOLDIERING.
Little Girl (whose big sister spends her Sum¬
mers at West Point—"Come brother, let's play
Brother—"Pshaw! What do you know about
soldiers ? You're only a girl. You can't play."
Little girl—"Oh, yes, I can ! You just take
a walk and I'll come and meet you."
Wife—"Is that you, George l"
Wife—"Oh, I'm so glad ! I'm always afraid
there's a man in the house till you come."
Of interest to all Horsemen
After Forty Years Use of
Mexican Mustang Liniment
in the stable and in his home,
rir. Couch declares that
it is UNSURPASSABLE
COUCH AND LEONARDO
Livery, Feed and Sale Stables.
Conveyances for Commercial Men a
Talbotton, Ga., Oct. 11, 1895.
Lyon Mfg. Co., Brooklyn, N. Y.
Gentlemen:— For about forty years I have
been using MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT
around irty stable, and I want to say that I
have never found It surpassed by anything
1 have ever come acioss. For an all-around
stable and family liniment it has no equal.
For horses that are troubled with lameness
and there is no break to show where the af¬
flicted part is, just rub the Mustang well in¬
to the lame limb and it will soon penetrate
to the seat of the trouble and in a short time
the horse will be all right. For Swinney,
Mexican Mustang Liniment is excellent.
Now, I want to say this about people who
use this liniment. I have heard several say
that it takes the hair off—they should know
enough to put a little lard or grease of any
kind on the part after applying The lini¬
ment. This will prevent any of the hair
from coming off. However, better lose ail
the hair than the horse. I unhesitatingly
recommend Mexican Mustang Liniment to
all horsemen and stockmen generally.
I also ude this liniment in my family, and
with eqaft Uy good results.
W. S. COUCH.
Testimony of a Doctor
in regard to the value of
MEXIC KN MUSTANG LINIHENT.
Columbus, Ga., Oct. 9, 1895.
Lyon Mfg Co., Brooklyn^ N. Y.
Dear Sirs:—I have sold Mexican Mustang
Liniment in my store for many years, and
can say that it gives more satisfaction than
any other Liniment I sell. It is one of the
few patent medicines I feel safe in recom¬
mending. My sales on Mexican Mustang
Liniment is double that of any other Lini¬
ment. I can recommend it to ah wanting a
first-class liniment. Respectfully,
Dr. F. C. CAFFEY.
People's Drug Store.
be FOOLED! Nothing cures so many ailments on Man and Beast
as MEXICAN MUSTANG LINIMENT. It's the Kins of liniments.