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[256] work and large pile of paving stones—the cobble stones such as were used at that time—furnished the mob with the weapons for their attack. Policemen undertook to drag the anchors from the track, but the crowd would not permit them to do so until Mayor Brown came along and ordered the obstruction removed. His authority was not resisted. But in the meantime the seventh car having come up to the obstruction, the driver hitched the horses to the other end and returned rapidly to President street, the cars following of course reversing and also returning amid a shower of stones and other missles and hoots and yells of defiance.

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