Issue 14 and Volume 21.

CHEAP ELECTRIC POWER. One of the greatest enterprises in point of scope and ambition, together with the sweeping changes which it contemplates, of the many that have had their inception in, and for Troy and vicinity, is about to be projected. It proposes the change of base of a number of established plants in Troy and in other cities and its developments will be awaited with great interest by Trojans. A bill to incorporate the Columbia County Electric Company has been introduced in the senate by Senator Daley. The incorporators designated were Charles Wild, his sons, W. II. and Nathan P. Wild, and others. The object of the company briefly stated in the articles of incorporation, was to build three dams along the Kinderhook creek, in Columbia county, one at Yalatie; to have a fall of seventy-five feet; another at Stuyvesant Falls, and the third at Stottsville. It has developed…

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