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tag natter on every pns.
Democratic Stato Ticket.
) For Stato Treasurer
I' OHAItLKS OARUOIiIj.
Ifor 8uxrtoteudcnt ol Vu)Uc lulructlon
B. W. rit TriU.
Fur ConsreM Eighteenth District,
Tor lUprotcntotlves-HKietli D.Mrlcf,
FOUNTAIN 12- JLLimiaur,
First Tho restoration ot gold and tllvcr
aide basis ol the currency; tiie resumption
of specie payment as toon as possible with
out dlaaatcr to the business of tho country,
by steadily 'opposing Inflation and by the
payment of ,thc national Indebtedness In the
money ot the civilized world.
Sicokd Free commerce; notaiidforauy
other purpose but revenue.
Third Individual liberty and opposition
to sumptuary law.
roURTBTbe right and duty of tho
State to protect" tta citizens from extortion
and unjust discrimination by chartered
Fu-TH Btgld witrlctlon ot the Govern
ment, both Suto and National, to tho legit
imate domain of political power by exclud
tug therefrom all executive am legislative
Intermeddling with the affairs of '.society
whereby monopolies arc fostered, prhll
edged dates aggrandized, and Imllvldun
freedom unnecessarily and oppiwlvely
POLITICAL DIRECTOR V.
The following Central Committeo
was appointed by tho. Republican con
gressional convention that met at
Mound City, August 13, 1874 :
Alexander county, O. W. McKeals ;
Jackson,' BenJ. L. Wiley;
Johnson, A. J. Alden ;
Maaaae, Ilonry Armstrong :
Perrv.S. J. Parks ;
Pope, II. 1). Baker ;
Palatki, George. SV. Mertz, Sr.;
Randolph, D. U. HeMaaters;
Union. It. B- Stinton :
"Williamson, Mllo Brwln.
Tho following Central Committee
wu appointed by tho Republican con
vent ion of tho Fiftieth senatorial tli'.i
triot, held at Wound City, August 13
Alexander county, E. K. "Walbridgej
Jackson, Ezra O. Pellott ;
Union, T, II. Phillips.
At tho Democratic congressional
convention, hold at Anna, September
3, 1874, tho following Central Com
mitteo for tho Eighteenth district was
Randolph, Beverly Wiltshire;
Perry, E. B. Kushor;
Williamson, O. W. Goddard ;
Jackson, O. W. Androws;
Union, Hugh Andrews ;
Johnson, I. N. Pierce ;
Massac, J. W. Thrift ;
Pope, D. 1J. "Field;
Pulaski, Obed Kdson ;
Alexander, John II. Oborly ;
At Large, Judge P. Dross, Cairo.
Tho following executive committeo
for Union county was appointed by
the Democratic county convention that
met in Joncsboro, August 24, 1871
Judge M. U. Crawford ;
O. P. lllll.
Tho lollowing State committee was
appointed by tho Domocratic-Opposi
tion convention, at Springfield, August
1st District, Egbert Jamosun, Chicago
2d District, Win. J.Onahan, Chicago
3d District, Y. II. O. Winton, Chicago
1th District, A. M. IIarrington,Unova.
6th Dlitrlot, Win. "Wright. FreoporL
Oth District, J. B. Drake, Hock Island.
1th District, Geo. W. K&vons, Ottawa.
8lh District, Washington K. Cook,
Oth District Ohu. P. King, Poorla.
10th District, David E. Head, Carthago.
11th District. 3. M.Bub. PitUUold.
12th District, E, L. ilerrltt, UprlogQeld.
lain district, Jonn A. Mattory.Uavana.
Hth District, J. II. Busby, Champ&lgu,
lfith District, N. U. ltobinson, Kfllng.
16th District. O. D. Holies, Ureen villa
17th District, W. it. Krome, Edwrds.
18th District, W. II. Oreon, Cairo.
VJlh District, James P. iloblnson.OInev.
At Latg, W. B. Millar, Chicago.
At Large, R. W. Towmsend, fchawneo
town. At Lirga, Wm. llrown, Jacksonville.
Mr. Brown was elected chairman of
Tho lolloping. Central Committee
was appointed by tho Democratic con
vention of Alexander county, at jairD
August 23, 1374: '
Clear Creek, Thomas J. AlcOlure.
Goose Island, O. Greenley.
Dpg Tooth, N. Hunstcker.
HazJevood, James Xi iJcCrito.
Thabas, J.Q. ltolwlng.
UnitT, "W. i, MlUord. f
?rJth.9,.lro' J l M.tcalf,U H Uarrell,
X W Balliday and Jam-. Carroll.
'booth Cairo, John 11. Gossman, John
Howley, John llogan and Dr. D. Artor.
The following "Central Committeo
wat appointedby tho DemocratlcLib-
oral convention that met at Annn,
September 4, 1874, and nominated
candidates for the legislature in ttio
Fiftieth Senatorial District :
Alexander, B K Make, J (J Lynch.
.Uokion, 1' Dislion, .loicph Cull'.
Union, OlWer Hltl,.T It Ferine.
At Large, T V Uouton, of Union.
Sevkstv-Fivk million dollars of
money orders wero issued by the post-
office department last year.
"Si'mumi is falling to Bleep in tlio
lap of fall and will Boon bo buried
'noath the chilling blasts of winter," is
whal the Pulaski Patriot says.
Rocky Him., Kentucky, lias had a
ku'klux difficulty in which all tlio act
ors were colored. A negro was nearly
beaten to death by twenty olhor no
groos, and another ono threatened with
death. The offender were all ar
rested. A stkmauu passage may now- be
bought from Now York to Europe for
fifteen dollars, competition between two
of the great lines of ocean stoamcrs.
tho Cunard and the National, having
icsultcd iu an almost unprecedented
lowering of froight and passcogor rales
THE FLVAiVOIAJi ilUDVIsV.
Then norerjnaa.n jnuiJo Jl't'O it
liko tho financial muddle. It is a con
founding of confusion. It has disor
ganized tho Republican party ; it has
demoralized the Dotnocratic-OppoM-
tion-Liberal parly. Upon tho ques
tion of tho Gnancos nil the parties scoui
to bo at sea ;'aud yet it is the question
of questions the question ol the hour.
Up in Ohio tho Democrats nre fight
ing over it. Many of the men who
used to follow Pendleton, aro clinging
to his doctrine, but ho has abandoned
it. He has road the siirns of the
times and has concluded to no longci
lend tho repudiationists. He still
plings to the fullaey ol cheap money.
But with a grip so weak that it is be
lieved ho will let go of it too at a time
not distant in the future. The scales
are rapidly flailing off the eyes of this
soft money Saul, who will probably
soon beccmo the Paul of the gospel of
And there aho is Hendricks who
has likewise been ono of the followers
offer the false financial god of cheap
nionoy ! He has left the train of rag
tag and bob-tailed financiers, nnd has
gently kicked over the Indiana Demo
cratic platform. Actually, doubt it
who may, he has raised his voice and
declared in favor of hard money and
the payment of tho 5-20 bonds iu spe
cie I Public sentiment lias in ado this
most timid Doinocrat bold, and bold,
too, iu a good cause. Also, most of
the Doinocrats heretofore coatod with
moss as with a garment, have thrown
asido the verdant covering, and got
out into the sunshine of correct fin
ancial doctrine. Good I Aro not con
versions of this kind ovidenco that
something wonderful is about to hap
pen? These men, rock-ribbed nnd
buttrcsfed by tho eternal hills of old
fogyism, havo been agitated by an
earthquake of public sentiment.
Vborhcas stands almost alone, leader
of tho rcpudiationists, contemner of
honesty, tho great preacher of irre
deemable paper currency. In Illinois
. . ... n. . - .
uo is supported by bingleton and Rich
ardson, who are noisy if not powerful.
He is noither grand nor peculiar, nor
is he wrapped In tho solitudo of any
thing nice originality ; but he is be
coming a scandal to Americau politics,
nnd is a disgrace to the Democratic
CRUELTY TO-" ANIMALS.
Y KEY. U. ll.TUAYEH, D. 1).
Foil TlIK Bui.LKTI.V.
Dr. Rergh, President of "the Soci.
ety for tho prevention of cruelty to ani
mals", has already richly earned tho
gratitude and thanks of every phil-
antUropist in tho land, for his uoblo
and earnest efforts for tho prevention of
cruelty to tho poor, dumb brute. It
speaks well for us, that it is against
the law to intsuso man's faithful, toil
ing, brufo servants. Would that tho
laws were better enforced.
He, who is at all observant, is com-
polled to witness most painful exhibi
tions of brutality ovory day. The un
complaining ox, tho patient mule and
noblo horto aro made to tsufier at the
bauds of cruel owners.
And alas, thoy cannot recount tho
story of hardships, privations, cold
hunger and unmerciful benliugs that,
fall to their unhappy lot. If they
could, blushes would mantle the cheeks
ofhard hearted men.
Look around you, and hco the poor
broken-spirited, downcast, over-taxed,
HI fed beasts of burden. Tim sight is
tokening. Hark I How that great
whip cratk as it falls upon the toro
aide of that tired toiler ; see what a
whipping, that mule is receiving be
cause he is not able to draw hat great
load up tho steep and rocky levee, no
has fallen to the ground In hU fast ef.
fori to pull tho load, and that man (7)
is pounding him with a dray pin, Ob.
ccrvo those hunger-pinched catllo tug
ging at that groat load of green wood ;
their bony sides nil welted nnd ridged
by the great lash, that is brought into
play more than hay, oats, shelter and
kindness put together Notice tho
shockingly poor horses that go abont
our streets ; with eyes knocked out,
limbs twisted and swollcti.xlowly starv
ing to death, the uncomplaining vic
tims of merciless cruelty.
1 saw a teamster (?) striko one of
his horses a cruel blow on tho head
with a great slub, no't because it would
not, but because it could not draw any
more. 'Twas a dastardly and cowardly
act, an unpardonablo insult to that
noble horse. As he lifted that club
nnd with a horrid oath, smoto that
royal boast on tho head, 1 said to my
self, "irur contemptible wretch ! Far
ltiforinr to tho horso you abuse. ' It
is not unwillingness or inability on the
part of these poor creatures, that bring
such a hideous array of calamities upon
them. It is tho uuohatned passion ol
man, (ouplcl withindiflcrcncc aud neg
lect. Rroad shouldered, red handed1
men, dressed in a little brief authority
pour out the vials of their-wrath ujon
tho linifo oi-or irlifcn Idoy wlelu tho
lush, nt cvcry.rc;l or ima'iiicil prcloxt
Hordes and initios nre whipped, yes
pounded in this city almost cvory day
for things, for which the drivers am to
blame. At some provocation, no mat
ter what, tho driver flics into n passion
1-1.-.. 1.8. ... ...J
i ui; ii i.inks ins zmuiauuuu nuu vcuis uis
spite by lashing his poor inoffensive
beasts of burdcu.
It makes one's heart ache to sco tlio
groat goad fall repeatedly and heavily
upon horses in our streets, that aro lit
erally "living skolctons." Patient suf
ferers ! Who Fhall avenge their
wrongs. Tho horso, noble, majestic,
royal animal 1 Tho friend of man.
Alas that he should be so humiliated
and disgraced. In the light of facts,
wo may well cry ; "God protect and
defend tho horsc,tho mule and the ox."
Mon have been known to work an over
taxed horso from mom till dark, then
tic him to the fence nnd let him stand
through a long, cold, bitter night with
out n morsel of food or u drop of
water. Is there no judgement in store
for such cruolty asthat?;'Ati,!,he igh
of sympathy goes out frtfe bruised
and starving beasts of burden, that are
arouud us, that only find rest when
death relieves them.
Tuppcr says :
'Tho galled ox cannot complain nor
supplicato a moments respite. Tho
spent horse hidcth his distress, till he
pantcth out his spirit at the goal. Re
hold, ho is faint with hunger, tho big
tear standcth in his eye. His skiu is
soro with stripes, and ho tottercth be
neath his burden. His limbs aro stiff
with age, his sinews havo lost their vi
gor, and pain is stamped on his face,
while he wrestleth unequally with toil.
lot onco moro mutoly and meokly
endureth ho the crushing "blow.
that struggle hath craoked his heart
strings the gonerous brute is dead .
Livcth there no advocate for him
No judge to avongo his wrongB ? Yes,
all tho justice in heaven is roused in
ndlgnation at his woes. Yea, all tho
pity upon earth shall call down a
curso upon tho cruel. The angel of
Mercy stoppeth not to comfort, but pas-
seth by on the other side, when a
cruel mau is damned. Solomon says:
"A righteous man regardoth the life of
his beast, but tbo tender mercies of the
wicked arc cruel."
To Out Olss Jam. Fill the Jar with
lard oil to whero you want to cut tho jar;
thon boat an iron rod or bar to red beat;
immorio iu tho oil;' tho unequal expansion
will orack tbo jar all round nt tho surface
of thu oil, nnd you c&u lift oil' tho top part.
To Txkk Makkh Orr Ok JI'urhitubr
1 took tho wliito parts and marks oil' my
varniabod furnituro aud made it look new
nnd glony simply by wotting a sponge in
common ulcobol camphor and applying It
froely to tbo furnituro. It baa noarly, If
not quite, tho same ell'ect that varnish hai;
nnd is much cbuapor.
To Kill Elies. I am told bv ono who
has tried it tbut natrons ton of aunuta.
woetened with molaiio. will kill fllm.
and has tho advantage of not being a
deadly polion. It is mid, too, tbut hones
waihod with n ton mndo of quassia will
uot be tormonted with lllos. it can be
bought at auy drug store, and it is worth
trying, if It will abate.tbo lly nuisance any.
Kalsouinino Fluid The following
is commended ai a good kahomlniot; fluid
-II.. 11F1..I. l .. . ..
mi nnu.. ituiio giue, one pounu wnlte
y.inc, ten pounds; paris white, live pounds:
water (uUlciont. Honk tha n'.uo over night
In tbrou quarUor water, then add as ranch
again, and boat un n wutor bath till the
glue Is dissolved. In another pall put tho
mi jiuwuuii, nuu pour on not waior, stir
ring all tho timo, until thu liquid nppoari
like thick milk- Mliu-lo tlio twn llnulrii in.
gather, stir thourghly, and apply to the
nni" m.u n wmiQwaiu uruilt.
To IUkk ham Most peoplo boll ham
It Is much botUr baked, if baksd rlr.l,t
Souk for an hour in clean water, and
dry. Next sproad it all over with thin
butter, and then put it in a deep dish with
ticks under it to koep It out of the gravy.
When It is fully done, take oil' the tkin
and matters crustad on the flesh side, -and
ret it away to cool
To Gi.BAtr Cloth Gauju.nts, Wat a
sponge in warm wator and iqueexe it out
till nearly dry; then spongo one place
after the other until all tho garment has
been cleucsod. All the duit and soil
will In absorbed by tho sponge. Rut if
the garment is very much soiled, wash the
pongo in clean water several times,
squeezing it as dry as poisiblo by wrap
ping it in a ploce ot Mack alapaca. This
method of donning Is more effectual than
a hand-brush, and many spots will disap
pear by the uie of pure water.
To Olxansk thic H'ai.p. In a pint
bottlo put a spoonful ot olivo oil and add
two ounces of bolt spirits of ammonia or
bartiboro; shako Than mix with three
ounces of alcohol, and, when thoroughly
mixed, fill the bottU with tolt water. He
member to put tu the Ingredient In the
order named, or yiu will bave 'stuff and
no chonical union it all. To apply, take
aipoonfulor two of this, withalltils warm
water; dip a spongt or rag in and wet tho
scalp thorhughly; then rlnsa elfin plenty
of warm water, and you will bo mrprlied
at tlio amount ol airt, inougu you may
havo tnougnt your beaa periecwy cioan.
For tbo heads of vounir infanti it is lust
the thin?, as It initantly removes the dirty
scurf without pain or troublo. It should
no weaker lur a babe linn for ao auuu.
Tur. Pllil.Aini.iMitANS aro disturbed by
tbo myilarloui escape ol tuo prisoners
who wero accused of robbing tbo United
Htates of $180,000. Tbeio men hid been
In prison ror nve or six months nnd were
discharged by an order ot Judge I'axion,
tbo ordor being served botween the ptlion
van and tho couit, contrary to rulo. After i
thli event it was discovorod tbnt detainers ,
had b'.on lodged against them by tho I
authorities ot nr. other dtv. and It s
believed that thoy owo tholr liberty to
icme impropor connivance, ine rmia
iMpbla papers spoak with considerable
icaiguaiiou un ino suljci, i.tu wim mora
caution, tho State having a llbol law which,
except In unusual cases, acts as an ellbi
tlve muzzle to journsllim, For this
r lason It is unlit oly that the responsibility
for the cscapo of tho prisoners from jus
tice will be fixod upon any pittlcular
pnrsoo. especially If the otlicers of the
Court have been acquitted. Tho Ledger
think thoro should tiavo heon full bear
ing; but his, upon auina Seolinloallly, wi
Tha new constitution of lltvti nro-
videi that during nny rebellion, revolu
tion or war, foreiirneri will bo treated ex
actly as natjvo Ilaytiens are, that la tho
government win not reimburse them ror
nny property they may loso or have be-
siroyet during the periods or events al
luded to. In addition tbo clause of tbe
old constitution Is still in force, which
prevents any white man from avsn ac
quiring the rights of Ilaytlen national ity.
The debato in tbo Ilaytlen National 'As
iambi v showi a determination to drivo for
aignen out of the country, and St. Do
mingo aad Hayti are aim forming an
otl'enslvo and defenslvo alllanco, the basis
of which It is to keep foreigners out or
As all tbe foreign trado of Ilaytl 's in
hands of foreigners, tboy will be ruinoi'
by these prescriptive maainroi.
CiiAiniORii is utterly with out occupa
tion. There is no fuiton to be made,
there it nothing more to bo said about the
wnlte Hag and ho is not called upon any
longor to uociino me t rench tnrone.
Souk great English nobles, with thowiso
moderation characteristic of tbo bait moo
of their order, rocognlze tbe prebriety of
ine anii-iiame law agiiataa by permitting
their tenant! to kill haroi and rabbiti.
Btsitor DuFi.vi.oui''a view of tho dull-
cultlos of Franco is queer. Ho iseui! to
tancy hli country's greateit noed Is another
saint, aou nonce un activity at itome to
ncure the cinnonlzation of Joan of Arc.
C. WINSTON ci CO.
Real Estate Agents
71 Ohio Lkvek, Second Floor,)
Buy and Sell IlKAL ESTATK, 1'ay TASKS
KuriiUbos Ab.trucU of Title,
R. SMYTH &. CO.
LIQUOR WEALE R
No. GO Ohio Levco,
DR . W. JiLAUW
8uaers Ulock;(up stairs) corner btb Sire
nnd Washington Avenue.
W00LC1TS PAIN PAINT
Cures all klndi ni pains. For sale by
FINN AND METZ
J M, PHILLIPS
Commission Merchant i
l'rcprcparcd to forward all kinds ol
Freight to all poiutn.
tSTlllHliicis attended to promptly.
And Dealer In
Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Ac.
OHIO LEVEE. ,
I3TI will fell In ar load-lots it manulai-
Hirers prlcci, adding freight.
coKi'uy, HAimisoN & co ,
(Huccnssors to I), llurd A Hon.)
VL(ltJIS.nriAI AMI HAT.
No tl.1 Ohio Lf.veA OAIUO. IL1,S
Wood Rittonhouso & Bothor
Oenkuai. Comjiishion JIkhciiant,
13ll Ohio Levoc, Cairo.
II. A. Thoina u. V, Thorn
THOM8 & BROTHER,
Succetoirs to II. M.LIuIcn,
COMMISSION MERCHANTS, BROKER
iXD UBii.una in
Hii,o and t'anc Slrorrrlra,
foreign and DouotUu
181 Commercial Avonu,
NKW VOUK aTO:tK,
WHOLK8ALK AND RETAIL,
ti.no sit VAaiarr stock ik tu c
OOOUa BOLD VKKY 0L08E.
lururr of Hluelvanlb lreSBiid lm
tl. O. l'ATIKi;
MILLER. & PARKER,
General Com mission
FORWARDING MERCH S.
FLOUR, CORN, OATS, IIAY.&c.
Agents for Fnirhank Scales.
OHIO LEVEE. CAtno ILLS
F. M. STOCKFLETH.
Itrcf lllor und Wholesale Dealer In
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
LIQUORS AND WINES.
M! til, OHIO LKVEK,
CAIRO, .... ILLS
JOHN B. PHILLIS & SON.
(Successor to John it. l'hllli,)
, FORWARD 1NG MERCHANTS,
MEAL, BRAN, &c.
Agente for Laflin & Rand Powder Company.
COlt. TENTH ST..t OHIOLKVKE,
U .AT ins, B, J. AYBR4
AYKRH & CO.,
GENERAL COMMISSION MERCHANTS
No. 7R LHVBK.OninUA.iitn, In.
Cairo Box and Basket Co.
or ALL KINDS, IIAHD AND HOJT,
Mill and Yard,! CoDIjc' 3.4t Stroot
'J anil Ohio Levee.
Agricultural & Mechanical
Will he liclil at
OOMMKN'CINQ TUESDAY, SKI'T, t!2l),
AND CONTINUIMQ I'Ol'lt
llallroailn ruiinloK through Chnrleiton will
carry passcnfierHTotiml triji for one ami ont
TraloH will leave Cairo as follows:
Ferry-boat will leave Cairo himllci; nt
Trains leave Olnl't Tolnt at 8:;) a. m.
Trains leave Charleston Tor Cairo about
0 p. in.
tSTAmple arrangement havo.beeu matle
for the accommodation or Tlnltom.
UtJ J. 11. HKTUUXK, Sfc"y.
Jobbers and Retailers of
Chemicals, Patent Medicines, I'orfiunory, Soaps, IBrushos,
Toilett Articles, DruggiHt's Fancy Gooda, Collier "Wliito
Lead and Other Grades, Paints, Colors, Oils, Varnishes,
Window Glass, Wax Flower Material, Trbc Colors, Bvo
Stuffs, Etc., Etc., Etc.
We Solicit cnrrciponiiance and onlvM from DriiKKtaU, lhji.lcian and (lneralSt M
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, RETAIL & PIIECJAVTI0K,
74 Ohio Levee. Washington A-c. cor. lllghlh .St.
O jk. IB O fc
TEBEHBiS WORM SYRUP
Abraomhi.i.iaynilTerpalD, whin Inlli.le
lijxin hlmuir, hurolcall); but Jm
CANNOT Si:i: HIS CHILD StTI'lUt
Thrro 1 no other milady. liicMcnt t. ihli.l
hood, th.lt N uccompanifit by more Isnlu
jr-rlbable wrtt btilnm of ttn UW - .ir.-rn.
PRODUCED BY WORMS;
find lien the nirent Iull tindor-tund the
situation hi- will m.t delay a momrnt tn -cllrinir
llm met proliipl nnd cllirknt reini
lie to ln-iiii ther.i.iiM.iiot Hit- inlrudcr.
Hio remi'dy inny bcioiind In
I)H. llOOKKS' VKOETAHLK WOHM
riean -ber In mlml tli.it
KUUKItS WOllM rjlltl V
Is tbo reliable prej.ar.iti .n.
iwiir.un ) DliH si i:i r
I' a palpable priMurathui.
UOtiKIIV WOII.M SYltlW
U liked by tlio iblMieiu
i.vui.hv WUliM SVIM'l"
ioltUely (Jotwv worms
Icavci no bad cirtcti.
ROOKRS' WOR3I SYRUP
N highly recommended bv iiliyMHana n.ul
nVfll'T1 ,"lbl ",0 ,)pkt ""nnmnllelno
Trice 'ii cewu. Korialo by all drugliK.
JOHN V. IIKMIV, Ct'ItltAS .t CO.,
m ami !i coiicgo 1'iiice, New York.
G. D. WILLIAMSON,
WHOLESALE ItOOE t
And Dealer in
Ko. 70 Ohio Lovee, CAIRO, ILLS
SSTSpoclal attention given to consist
menu ami tilling order. ll.'Jti
Groceries, Provisions, Etc.,
2M"o. 1XO Oliio Xiovo
JOXX1T P. GAMBLE
Tho Boat nnd Chonpcst "Wngon Mnn-
O XI X O i E V H B
NEAR S4Tn STREET.
i SPEND YOUR MONEY
Real and Solid Comfort I
1W Itirnitmj; ,t olio o( our new pltent
Evening Star Sieves
ttimmu for Ktln .' out a Wonderful
at asm mmm
Simple in Construct ion,
Carclully Mailo o( Very I!e.it3latrlal,
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AST, WHOUGHT & WIRK RAILINGS
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And a Goiicral'Asaorlmont ot Orna
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