Issue 31 and Volume 1887 1.

GAS AND ELECTRIC LIGHTING. —Central City, Col., will have the electric light. —Proctorville, O., is agitating the electric light question. —Galena, Wis., is talking of lighting its streets by electricity. — Yazoo, Miss., will vote on the question of having electric lights. —Indianola, Neb., contemplates the adoption of some system of street lighting. —Cimmaron, Kan., is discussing the advisability of adopting the electric light. —A company to put up an incandescent light plant has been formed at Macon, Ga. —It is reported that a pipe line will be run from gas wells in Indiana to Chicago, Ill. —Marshalltown, la., has appointed a committee to arrange for boring for natural gas. —The Lawrencebilrg (Ind.) Gas and Oil Company has been given a franchise to pipe the city. —The Edison Electric Light Company of Jackson, Mich., will improve its plant at a cost of $25,000. —The Globe Carbon Works at Cincinnati were…

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