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MKaMHaxw'awaaw V ELEVATED RAILWAY NUISANCES. To On Editor of tks Jitw-Ynrk Jitw-Ynrk Jitw-Ynrk Timet: Is there no way of preventing the elevated elevated railroad company from throwing water, grease, cinders, and cotton-waste cotton-waste cotton-waste on the aide-walks aide-walks aide-walks f Being a member of the Atalanta Boat Club, it is necessary for me to pass on the aide-walk aide-walk aide-walk from One Hundred and Fifty-flfth-street Fifty-flfth-street Fifty-flfth-street Fifty-flfth-street Fifty-flfth-street to One Hundred and Fifty-eighth-street, Fifty-eighth-street, Fifty-eighth-street, Fifty-eighth-street, Fifty-eighth-street, and almost invariably something to thrown on mo from above. Yesterday a friend and myself were treated to a shower bath of water, and a little further on to one of cinder dust. It being a Cause of constant annoyaaoe to all persona, I write to inquire a way of having It discontinued. V A. M. PRENTISS. Ataxia itta boat Cum, Eiqhth-avihub Eiqhth-avihub Eiqhth-avihub jlkd Haiiusjc Ritxe, Niw-Yojul, Niw-Yojul, Niw-Yojul, Monday, June

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  1. The New York Times,
  2. 04 Jun 1884, Wed,
  3. Page 2

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