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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brings comfort and improvement and tends to personal enjoyment when rightly used. The many, who live bel? ter than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly adapting the world's best products to the needs of physical being, will attest the value to health of the pure liquid laxative principles embraced in the remedy, Syrup of Pigs. Its excellence is due to its presenting In the form most acceptable und pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative; effectually cleansing the system, dispelling colds, headaches and fevers ami permanently curing constipation. 3t has given satisfaction to millions and met with the approval of the mcdicnl profession, because It acts on the Kid? neys, Liver and Bowels without weak? ening them and it is perfectly free from every objectionable substance. Syrup <d' Fitrs is for sale by all drug? gists in 50c and $1 bottles, but it is man? ufactured by the Califor...

Publication Title: Norfolk Virginian, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

v-staiu.isuiu 18 .6. rUBLlSHKD EYEUX MOUNlNtl EXCEPT MONDAY. VJBQ1N1AN BUILDING. SIA1S AND COMMKttC'E UTUEBTi. M- OI.KNNAX. Ow.NBI~ ?j"tlB eiltet i.auono: i'UK VlliUlNUN Is- LABUBLV. in EXOKSS <>t any other Euper published 111 Ba?l I u Viri;iin.?. its etreulatiou .'i Norfolk mid Portsmouth is ureator Ihau that ol auy paper published or tirousatod in the two cities. .t is delivered in the etiles of Norfolk and Portsmouth and suburbs lor lu couts h weak, vatl *nb*t riptious, post.iRo i>ald. Five llollnr-" per year; i lin o Hollars Tor -ix iiiouihB. Ono Dollar au I Fifty Cent* (or thro.' months, an 1 liny Oont< loi otio ^"jlSvertUonionn inserted ?i tiio ratoot i ? Cen i e a s ,r m k b'lii'h i n i i?.ni oach subso quent insertion ?71 Uksth, or "> i L'k.nth WBK*>' issei TMtl KVElft < rilKII 1?AV. foutrae -tors are not iiPowol to exceed l-oir spa o or advertise other than their lagiliin?lD business, mctpt by payi...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS HEWSY NOTES OF INTEREST Picked Up in Different Portions of the City. Will Visit Shockhoe Springs. The Cheerful Helpers Picnic. The Elec? tion of School Teachers in Au? gust. Candidates for the Legislature. Tho Motbews couuty exonreionists bad a wot nine, There was nothing of interest in the Idavur's Court yesterday. l here trill be a special scesion of Berkley Lodge 11. P. O. Klks. Tho iZUi excursion on Monday night promises to bo u nauguilioetit atl'air, A ttiabiOR party went dovru yester? day on a sloop aud reuiaiued all day. it is said that there will bo Be?erol candidates for tho Legislature this fell. Notwithstanding the rain about 200 uuople braved the storm and went to Xtionmoud. The bullotiu boards were eagorly ?ought uftur yesterday by tho basoboll ?ntnuaiatts. Attention is called to add of C. \V. (ludgios A- Co., in which tboy.otl'or old oilier vinegar. Kuox left lor Richmond yesterday, lie will probably connoot himself witll the Kiehmoud team. ThsCuuuty Co...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

iTHlr NERVES OF 1? ;f Suffer Stage Fright "When Facing a Difficult Operation. I'.Two Ways in Which it Effects Them. I A Young Surgeon's First Ampu? tation. Ho Threaded a Needle to Steady His Nerves. Operating on a Friend. |V --is more suc? iv tmng as stage fright among Burgeon*?* * a successful New i York surgeon was asked. Though tho ffi term stage fripht with reference to snr 8 gory was perhaps a misnomer, tho sur '' geon understood tho question. "Oh, yes, indocd. thorp is wich n thing g as stage fright among surgeons," ho rc plied. "There are two kinds of statte I fright, or, rather, there aro two different 9 temponvments among doctors, and the fright, ulthongh in itself perhaps tho ': fame, has a different .seeming. affected I as it is by tho material through which it passes. Tho first is tho surgeon who it< anxious to perform tho operation, sees ; no difficulties in the way nud nothing I but a successful termination. His rest is I not disturbed by roflections upon co...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

IT. 'laucy .Harket l'y Southern Associated Press. fvw YotiK. July 25.?Money on enll f,ny et 1 per cont. dosing at 1 per cent. Stor )ii!K exo.huuc.0 I" flfni. With actual busi? er- ?? tu bankers' bills at 489a489{ ror sixty (':in ?ml 4VHlaltH){ for demand. Posted rates. ?K,j1i?4'.0i(. Commercial bills, 48Sai8.lI. Cov ? ruuetlt l'?u 's (!'?:>'. I nr. STOCK MARKET?CtiOSIXQ I1ID1. American Coltou (Hl. 20: American Cot? ton Oil, i ref. 7<1: American Su* ir Uefln st'-a. 113!; An ei ican Sugar Henneries, pref. |01: American Tobacco. UU3:j American To? bacco, pref. Uli Atvliison, Topeka an 1 Funta Pe. 14): Baltimore and Ohio, 0!i: Can? ada racific. SI: Chesapeake and Ohio. 311; Chicago ami Alton, IMh Chicago, Ilnrling ? on nndQuincy. 891; Chicago Giis Trust, 51: ?Uolnware and I.aokawanna, 161'.: Distil ?rs anil Cattle Feeders. 21}; I'rie. 9;: Erie, liec'.. S3; General Kloclrlc, 85}: Illinois C>utral,99; Lake Krieaul Westeru,27i: Lake Brie an i IVesteru, pref...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 26 July 1895

ATKINSON S PLAN. MOW HE WOULD PAY OUTSTANDING NOTES AND CERTIFICATES. 5Tb e Ofttolnl Treasury Statement Is Not a True One?Silver Bullion Given IU Coin Value?No Deduction Mwlo For Claims Against the Government. Tho following statement has been pre? pared by Mr. Edward Atkinson. Lu his opinion the ijjficial statoinont, issued Bjontlily, is uot now aud hns not fur 80 years boon a true one, in thut^t included ?s assets silver bullion nt its cost |>rioc, "when, in fact, it is worth only about two-thirds of this nrncunt. It also makes no deduction for notes outstanding which are claims ugitiuat tiie government treas? ury . "All ha Good aa OoldV Thoro hns been n good deal of con? troversy and argument abont what free coinage la. Here we have iu this bill the pla.u, unadulterated free coinage of nil- 1 itr. That is not what the people want. They do not wnnt cheaper money ; they want more rutvney, plenty of it. All as gold as gold. Those two ideas have been blended together iu the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

i ni(n w [?r. v? BnaH) to Close ine ?igu-1 1. iin ? SPEECH His Friends Claim the Speech of His Lite, The Case W.is Given to the Jury, and Atter GoiiiR Over tlx.- Evidence Till 7 O'clock Were Adjourned Tili This Morning, When They Will Decide. The City Circuit Court opened ou time yesterday morning. Judge Preii nee wan cue of tlio lirat arrivals and the jurors were puootually iu their places. There were present a lan:o uuniber of prominent citizens who bad eome to lienr the closing speech, mi uuswer to cue charges made by ooumel for tbe dofouiie. uuil they expected to hear oue ?I tile hi;; Slioecbes aud were UOt 'im Appointed. Ex-?ov, Cameron bud u eeat ou the bench with .lodge Preutis. Ab eoou as the court waa culled to order Mr. Thoui nro.-o uud said thut hm asnoeiato, Mr. Walke, was sick ami ??ould o.it r.iuke the closing argument as hu bud uxpeoted. He said that too earnestness with which .Mr. Walke bud cuuo into Iba case wh* too much tor his pbyidcal streueth, and that it was un...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

The Norfolk's C?irtd Only Find Hallowell for Three Hits. The Home Team Seemed to Have Lost All Snap and Ginpcr, There? fore, Put Up a Lazy Game. Other Games, State and National. Ball Notes. Three hits and tlirce errors is what tbe Norfolk team bud to their credit yesterday afternoon after tbe battle with the""Farniem" at League Park, and the small crowd present loft the park id the same frame of mind that Las accompanied ttiem for a great many days this season, und ?fter deep meditation for several minutes at a timo the persous spoken of would lilt thoir heads, aud after looking oue straight in tho oyes for a momeut would burst forth with tho oft-repeat ed question, "What do you think oi our team."and on being auawored.tbey would shake their heads aud relapse into silence, only to cry out anew: "There is something wrong, something wrong; something very wrong, for this team cau play ball if tUey will, but it Boems that they don't caro to." The above IB the general concensus of opinio...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

\A7K TAKE THE RISK, and * * don't ask any one to take our word for it that Dr. Dcane's Dyspepsia Pills cuiv dyspepsia, indigestion, habitual constipation, und --ick hcadai he. We want to send you a free sample. Then you can tell whether yon want to buy tlieni 01 not. Address DK. J. A. pEANE CO.. Kingston, New York. ts-y ?re lot ??Ii ?1 ill draggtStf.tl i?u!?. _ \\"AN ll.lt i t rv lady to know Saturd** next M i> uargu n .hit- In Meat Koaatert. A sine V Itotiter foi thai day only i?r 50c. H make ? um roast bot Ii lenoeruud aweel; nokitchen c ... j w .t,u it It. i . n'l nils! it. 113 Mai:, street. |y'25*HI 1 > ? ? \ Rl > ? l. ? Wa led slew gentlei enloardeia J> at leratuda siree : ter s rea oun'.lu : n i ref ereueeiex im gtd. Miss. v.iioiuioU.m.. jj.-.-iw 11A K 1 SBR WANTlili K' I - I > l.l l-li I-1.1." - J TltlCAl, INHIWI UV?A H.iii,n practical electrical cngli . ....I on< oi the leading ? nii.-r.iii-? < at |...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

ESTABUsncn 1S.!5. $>CBLJ8HED KVEBX M?KN1NQ BXOKPT MONDAY. YIUUINIaS UU1LD1NO. MAIN ANO COMMEKCB tmtKBTA M. Ol.ENNAN. Uwm i.._ _ ???U1 cTuOlJLA l lO S UK IHK VlltGlNIAH b lJkBUIilA- IN hXUKSS "( an.? ottiv: nmrer pablished iu EMI in Vir 41111.1. ;iscirculation iii Norfub. ainl l otWimoulu Jspreater thau that >'f any paper |>ublislie>l or ,ironiated In toe two cities. t ,e delivered in the cities of Norf ilk and Portsmouth au.l tub! n - tor lu euuts ? vcak. vail subscriptions, 1 oatage paid. P r- Dollar* per roar; I'hree Hollars for sis months. One Dollar and Kiuy Units for *,bre- mouths, an! I-If 17 Oouts tor one BAo'ertisennnis inserted at tlieratoof 75 Ckms a Sk.t a t.EiitM i?-' UTi ?X; ea< b subse quent insertion !>7j Cttvra, or ;> 1 ? ?> r ?Mi:? ismvi TKii r.vrai uiiiku i?ay. Oontrae tor-i are not ?bowe l to o\ce <t tlioir spa o or mhertise other llian tlioir ICgitimtto Dusiucas, c\...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

Small Things That Will Interest You and Your Friends. The Melon Crop a Failure. New Cars or? the Port Norfolk Line. "Cuss? ing" Sam Moots With an Accident. Personal and General Notes. blaster Johu Wuutl ts ooufiasd to his iouie with thu rheumatism. A Btart has been uiado toward laying Xho trneks tu thu t'uiou depot yard. Mrs. Angiistus L. Daahieils left yes? terday for Franklin, Va., to speotl some lime with relatives, Miss Rosa tiurroll is ill with typhoid Jever at hor parents' rosideuce oa Cooko street, in Park View. . Miss Hay Sirnines, of Now York City, it visiting Mr.Samuel LuMiBg'a family, on Couuly ftred extended. Mrs. Dr. V. ?. t ulpcppor returned f esterday from a plcasunt trip to Math cws county of several weeks. Hotel Yornun will ba lighted to? night by electricity, the power being lurniehod from a tap in the trelley wire, Mr. Newgass denies that the Attantio aud Danville railroad has been sold or that an ofTer has been made for the lame. Head the advertisement of Constan...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

PESTS IN THE GARDEN. that Intolerable NsUasor, the M<r1??HoW to OtroUniTeBt Simlla anil SluK-. While it is true that tho inolo lives mostly if not entirely on insect food, and that in theory ho is tho garden's friend by destroying great numbers of grubs and worms, gardeners commonly and justly regard this burrowiBg animal as n great pest and intolerable nuisance. On the lavru, in the hotbed, iu tho CO "nfiOHE 4" MOM! TUAT. randy or mucky soil of the garden, or wherever the mole makes its appear? ance, it is a most unwelcome and often a very destructive visitor. No matter bow many insects it may devour, wo want to f?et lid of it. Good mole traps have hereWoio benn held ot a rather high figure, say $2 or so. but that prno tical horticultutiat and writer, T. Groi nor, do?s not think it ie necessary iobny a trap. In fact, he tells iu a letter to American Cultivator how to make a very good one on tho "figure 4" princi? ple. H>.< says: This "figure 4" trap...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

COMMERCIAL REPORT. ItloucV .HarUet ?V Southern ABBOointoi Press. V>w YonK. July 20.?Money on cull past ?t lalt per cent. closing at 1 per ocnt. Ster? ling exchange is Brm. with Hctunl busi? ness in bankers' bills at 489a4S81 for sixty slays and 48'J al'JO for demand. Commercial hit'.*, 403*18*5. Government bonds tlrm. the stock MARKET?.'t.osino BIDS. Americnn Cotton Oil. 2G: American Cot tor. Oil. prefi 741: American Sugar lieflu ?ries, 11H1; American Sugar Itefiueries, pref. I01J: American Tobacco. HO: American To BSCCOi pref. 112: Atchison, Topekn an 1 ?autn Fo. 14J: Haltimoro and Ohio, 01}: Cau ?ria TaciOc. 491; Chesapeake aud oino. 21]: Chicago and Alton. 160: Chicago. Hurling ton undQuluey. Wi: Chicago HasTrust,511: l>c lavrnre and l.aoknwaniltt. 161: 1'util ?rs and Cattle Feeders. 21): Krie. 10: F.rio. Jeef.. 22J; Oenornl Eloctric. :ir>l: llliuois Central,99; Lake Erie and Western.2dJ; Lake SErie and Western, prcf.. B31; Laku Shore, tall: rl.ou...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 27 July 1895

The Terrible Danger Which Is Threatened by Leprosy. Contagion Which. Is Spread From the West Indies, Canada and SouthernQ Europe. Threat From China and Occanica. The Bacilli of Leprosy. ?COPYRIGHT, 1->S?.1 XERUIBLE nud constantly increasing dan 1,'lt menaces the lives of tens of thousands, if nut of huudruds of lliouta uds of people in the United .States. A horri? ble, lingering living death, far more to be feured than either yellow foreir or cholera, ander which the individual citherquitikly succumbs or ia cored with? in n few days, la now facti to fnee with Americana iu the iucurublo nud loath? some disease ot leprosy. L'nleia stern ntrd determined measures art) taken by the national nud sto to board of health /to vigorously oscllldo leper suspects 'from entering our Atlantic und Pacific toorts, as wolf as front tho Mexican nud ftTanadran border.'-, we may within a (lew yours bo placed in tho poaltion of Jindlo, whidh to day has a leper popula? tion of close upon 1113,0...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

The Jury Gave Mr. Massey Slight Damages. An Agreement W.is Reached Yester? day About 2 O'Clobk. Mr. Massey Peels That He Is Vindicated. No Appeal Will Be Taken. New Trial Overruled. The jury in tlto suit of John E. Tdntsey vs. the Pilot brought in u ver? dict yesterday afternoon lixiug the damages at t>!,t)iH?. Although the argument had ended end some of the lawyers had loft the vity the peoule did not lose interest iu the issue, and yesterday morning when the court wan called to order tho audi vuco was Millicieutly largo to till the court house, and B large uumber of leaning uittubert! of the bar were pres? ent. Mr. Massey occupied tue chair wbieh Da? been bn lor tho past lire weoks ?ad amused himself readiug the city panere. The aiidionce passed the time guo?s tng at the verdict, some thought Mr. l?assey would no' at least S30,000, other did uot believe ho would get 'AM cents. The jurv hud hr??n iu the room about au hour wUeu they asked to see the ilbolous article, whic...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

The Norfolk Team Manages to Win One Out of Six. Herr Pitched a Good Game. The Team Hit Well Behind Him. They Fail to Win the Second Game Through Stupid Playing. Other Games. W ?cre ?Ii?" c lub, run 1 o-inorrow. foriKiimuili in Narfwlka ttunnuur In It it'll in unit. Pelnrabiirs in ?.rnt'libursr. Mniiniutt <?? Ilm Club?. Wou I o.t Per Cent. itiohn:on.l. W :t' LvnebburK. a- 6''Jj VoTUniuutli. it *? ?'<??> I Petersburg. *1 .t>\ Nortels. .M _ EO :' " | THE VIRGINIA LEAGUE GAMES. Portsmouth, 5; Richmond, 2. First (lame?Norfolk, 13; Peters? burg. L Second Game?Norfolk, 0; Peters burg, G. Lynchburg Konuokc gauio rain. There was u fuir sized audience at League 1 ark yesterday ?fteruoou ut. 2:30 o'clock, at which time I mpiro Mitchell tdarted tho tirst game be? tween tho Petersburg and Norfolk team". Eddie Herr wuh pitted aguiust Mr. Packard, and Eddie got thu best of tho tight, wiuuitig his game. Hut bis good pitching dnt nut wiu bIouo. Tho fuet th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

KNOWLEDGE Brines comfort find improvement und leads to persona! cujoymcnt when vi^li;1 >' ti?cd. The many, who live bet let than others and enjoy life more, with less expenditure, by more promptly Adapting the world'-- best products to the needs of physical being, will attest She value to health of the pure li<|itid Saxntivc principles em braced in the remedy, Syrup of Fig*. Its excellence is due to its presenting in the form most acceptable and pleas? ant to the taste, the refreshing and truly beneficial properties of a perfect lax? ative : effectually cleansing the system, ?dispelling colds,' headaches and fevers end permanently curing constipation. \t has given satisfaction to millions and ?met with the approval of the mcdicul profession, because it acts on the Kid <ievs, Liver ami Bowels without weak-' ?cuing them und it i- perfectly live from ?every objectionable Blibstaiice. Syrup of Figs is lot sale by all driiu; $ists in fide and ?1 bottles, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

im ?n?snuu 1845. .PUBLISHED''' EVKBX MOILNLNU BXC_tfT MONDAY. MHQ1MAN BUILDING. 1!A1X AND CO_?EltCK STlltCBTS. M. GLBNNAN. Owsen._ "TilT^n?jL-IiATl?S OK fill: YlltlilNlAN 1, 1AHOKI.V IN EXCESS of ?u> othur fiauer uublieli. d in lias: i u Virginia. 1 -weirenUti u in NormU aud 1'orUmoath tsKtrater ?bau that of hu; papor published Dt titouiatoil In thejwo eitle?. .tig deliTtred iu Uie eitiea of NorLIk ana roruiuouth au.i suburbs lor iii cent* a weak. va'> subscriptions, pni-t-ige paid. F v Dollars per year; I'hree Hollars tor -ix months. One Dollar and Fn'ty Cents for thro- m.>uth.. an I Hfl? Osuta tu: ono ^Advertisements inserted at tho rate of 7"> Cums a s.i m i I":i:<-1 isswiTiox; on Ii ?ut?? iineiit 'insertion 87J CliNTS, or i, < ? i st< ??ms INski rKli r.vKKi otiik.U i?av. Contrac? tors are not nl'onol to exceed II air spa a or ndvertiHO other iban their legitimate bimui-b?. except by paying especially lo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

PORTSMOUTH NEWS The Improvements to Be Made in Real Estate and Otherwise. Railway Officials and What They are Ooing is an Interesting Subject to tho Citizens of Our City Just Now. The Virginian Gives the Latest News. Mr. H. S, Chadwick, the architect of tho Puminouth i ottoo mills, has been elected president of tho Dilltug Cotton Ullis at King's .Mountain, N. C. t outraotors aro engaged in bidding on the plans of Mr. W. O, Parker ami .liobert L. Parker. The former will Wild a S t,<)00 residence and the latter ? t?-J,0U0 residence in Preutis Place, l^ach of these gentlemen have pur? chased mno lots for that purpusc. ?Several other houses will follow in the Bear future. RAH.UAH NEWS. President 15. C. Hoffman and Vice {'resident E. St. .lohn, of the Seaboard <Mr Line, returned from their South? ern tour to day. They have inspected the line of the East aud West railroad of Alabama'runuuig from Cartersviilo, (.>*., to Poll City, Ala. Should this toad be p...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Norfolk Virginian — 28 July 1895

MW ft MOTOR TP_m? WHITS A New Electric Appliance That Will Aid Navigation. Mr. Frank W. Hanley Talks of the Cableway System, The Plan Used to be on the Eric Canal, Will Not Damage Banks and Will Minimize Expenses. 1 Prank W. Haw ley of Pittsford, N. {Y., vice prosideut of the Cataract Gen? eral Electric company, is well known na itiio firstf person to apply electricity to (the propulsion of boats for commercial rpuryares. Tho famous test which he inutile in November, 1SP8. was so satis? factory that it became thereafter only a qnesthm of time when the countless Harpes that, float npnu our groat watar ,-ways would he props lh>d electrically, and wheu the canals would be lighted, .the bridges turned nud tho locks opened lay.invisible force. Mr. Hawloy, in speaking of the out? look for tho speedy introduction of elec? tricity upon the canals of New York, re sentry said: "Eloctrical propulsion of beats npou ?out inland waterways is now an assured fact. Many tests hnTC recentl...

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