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Snow - doing further damage. Removing Snow from the...
doing further damage. Removing Snow from the Streets. It takes a great deal of public opinion to crystal - ize into a very little exocntive action of gov ernment. Ever since the snow fall the main topia of talk in tho city cars has been the duty of tho city government to remove tpe snow from the streets. There seems to be no difference difference of opinion among the people. One man starts tho subject in conversation on the car platform, and all avound join in and agree. They look at the poor Horses, struggling una Bumu - ing themselves; at gentlemen's attire and ladies' dresses muddied and ruined by the slush ; at tho danger caused by the blocking up of streets with the banks and heaps of snow and filth ; and all agreo that cost what it may "it would be a good and cheap work to cart this snow from tho streets to the docks and throw it into the river. Why cannot the local authorities authorities at least make an effort to deal with the question, by inviting proposals from contractors, contractors, so as to give at least an idoa of what it would cost to remove snow from the leading - thoroughfercs? If the cost was too great the work need not be ordered; but it would have to be a heavy sum indeed, that would not be cheap for our people to pay for a thorough relief relief from the snow blockade. and a "Old visit, there eem8. loaned if it she ter of this Tliero which o rfert mnrlp tables very than tho

Clipped from The Brooklyn Daily Eagle11 Dec 1869, SatPage 2

The Brooklyn Daily Eagle (Brooklyn, New York)11 Dec 1869, SatPage 2
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