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! Tho Wet-Sido Wet-Sido Wet-Sido Klova tod gXaitrod eSlvo ' Wmr ssstr at Weagmt of Twroivo Too v-foll v-foll v-foll Parttcalam of tho Carfmalropho . IfaaMasr ia Kojarrd. . Th Elngilax .railroad npon stilt which traverse Greenwich-street Greenwich-street Greenwich-street and Ninth-avenue Ninth-avenue Ninth-avenue under tbe name of the West-aide West-aide West-aide Elevated Railway, Railway, baa become familiar to" -nearly -nearly all residents of Xew-Tcrk. Xew-Tcrk. Xew-Tcrk. wbo bare no ir waxed for several weeks since it was apparently completed, for it to be opened to travel. This greatly, desired eat waa first fixed for early in tb Winter, and waa postponed from time to time . until the 1st of May : waa positively announced aa the date when It would be ready for tbe public, bnt that day passed without tbe Company being ready. Tb rood, with all it

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 17 May 1870, Tue,
  3. Page 1

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