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The Chain Gang

is being employed in cleaning the street gutters and improving grades. Superintendent. Wicks seems to manage the prisoners by kindness and firmness, and has but little trouble with them. Many of the negroes are old offenders, and behave themselves with propriety, knowing the mode of punishment resorted to with refractory subjects.

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