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FIFTIETH ANNUAL REPORT



CINCINNATI



CHAMBER OF COMMERCE



Merchants' Exchange,



Year Ending December 31, 1898.



CINCINNATI:

The Ohio Valley Company, Printers,

Nos. 317 to 323 Race Street.

1899.



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INDEX



PAGB

Anuual Prices of Staple Prodnets 152, 158

Appeals, Committees of 8

Arbitration, Committees of. 8

Banks and Banking 98, 99

Bark, Tanners' 162, 196

Barley— Trade Review 61

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 118

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Weekly and Monthly Prices 119

Annual Average Prices 114

Crops of the United States 129, 182

World's Production 64

Beans, Prices Annually and Weekly 152, 171

Beer, Ale, etc.— Trade Review 96

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Yearly Production 194

Comparative Prices 194

Sales of Stamps 194

Annual Consumption 96

Board of Directors and Officers 7, 11 to 15

Boots and Shoes 91

Bran, Middlings, etc.— Trade Review 65

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Annual Prices 152

Monthly Prices 128

Weekly Prices 124

Broom Com 157

Buckwheat, Crop by States 129

Butter— Trade Review 75

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 155

Annual and Weekly Prices 152, 156

Butterlne. 75, 152, 156

By-laws, Chamber of Commerce 28

Call Board (see Rules and Regulations).

Candles— Trade Review 82

Annual and Monthly Prices 158, 168

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 169

Carriage Manufacturing 96

Cattle (see Live Stock).

Cereal Crops, Acreage and Value 182

Census Estimates of Crops 181

Chamber of Commerce, Sketch 54

Charter, Chamber of Commerce 17

Cheese— Trade Review 76

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 155

Annual and Weekly Prices 152. 157

Cigars, ICanufacturing Exhibits 188

Cincinnati, Some Features of 54

Clearing-House Returns 98

Monthly and Yearly Exhibits 99

Clothing 89

Clover Seed (see Seeds).

Coal— Trade Review 91

Annual Receipts 182

Annual Prices 92, 180, 181

Weekly Prices 179

United States Production 179

World's Production 180

Coke, Annual Prices 181

Coffee (see Qroceries).



FA.QS

Commeroeof Cincinnati, Review of 65

Comparative Volume of BuaiDeBs 57

Comparative Prices 'of Commodities 58

Commissionsv Rates of 260

Committees, Chamber of Commeroe—

Appeals 8

Arbltiation 8

Inspection 8

Quotations i 9

Transportation 8

Constitution (see By-laws).

Cooperage— Prices of Lard Tierces. 178

Prices of Pork Barrels 168, 178

Prices of Whisky Barrels 158, 178

Corn— Trade Review 60

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 118

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Monthly Prices 115

Weekly and Monthly Prices U7

Average and Range of Prices 114

Crops of the United States 127, 182

Farmers' Stocks 180, 181

Visible Supply, monthly, ten years. 120

Yearly Exports 68

World's Production 64

Cotton— Trade Review 86

Yearly Receipts and Shi pments 170

Weekly Receipts, Shipments and Stocks 177

Weekly and Annual Prices 176, 176

Monthly Range of Prices 87, 178

Crops of the United States 175

Farm Value, Annually 176

Consumption and Exports 87, 177

Commercial Value 88

Acreage, by States 88

Cotton Warps, etc 175

Dry Goods 90

I^Sgs— Trade Review 76

Yearly Receipts and Shipments. 156

Annual and Weekly Prices 162, 157

Elevatbr Charges 228

Ezporiable Products 100

Feathers— Trade Review 78

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Annual and Weekly Prices 158, 178

Flaxseed— Yearly Receipts and Shipments 170

Ann\ial and Monthly Prices 152, 158

Flour^Trade Review 64

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 170

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 122

Weekly Prices 122

AnnualPrloes 123

Stocksof 121

Yearly Exports 124

Rules Oovemliig Trade In 287

Freight Rates 194

Fruits, Dried— Trade Review 77

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 170

Annual and Weekly Prices 152, 178

FrultB, Green- Trade Review 77



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Fruits, Green— Yearly Receipts and Shipments.. 170

Annual and Weekly Prices 162, 172

Furniture 07

Gangers 10

Grain— Trade Review 68

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 118

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Annual Average and Range of Prices 114

Local and Total Movement 113

Stocks of 121

(See Barley, Com, Oats, Rye and Wheat).

G rooeries— Trade Review 88

. Yearly Receipts and Shipments 165

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 167

Annual Prices^ 166

Weekly Prices 162, 168, 166

Prices by Grades 164

. Prices of Sugar at New York 166

United States Imports 163

Exports of Sugar 164

Hay— Trade Review 66

Yearly Receiptsand Shipments 154

Annual and Weekly Prices 152, 159

Prices by Grada 159

Crops of the United States 188, 173

Hideb— Trade Review 79

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 155

Annual Prices 153

Highwines. Rules Regarding Sales of 228

Hog Product (see Provtaions).
Hogs (see Live Stock).

Honorary Members 296

Hops— Trade Review 81

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Annual and Monthly Prices 158, 169

Inspection, Committees of 8

Inspectors 10

Internal Revenue Collections 98, 195

Iron, Pig— Trade Review 98

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 182

Prices and Sales 183 to 186

Production in Tributary States 186

Production in the United States 186

Exports of Iron Products 94

Iron, Manufactured— Trade Review 95

Yearly Movement 182

Lard (see Provisions).

Lard Oil- Trade Review 81

Weekly and Annual Prices 153, 160

Lead, Annual Prices 153

Leathei^-Trade Review 80

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 165

Annual Prices .'... 158

Lighthouse Service 107

Linseed Oil— Trade Review 81

Weekly and Annual Prices 152, 160

Live Stock— Trade Review 71

Stock Yards Exhibits 142, 144

Hogs, Daily Movement 140

Hogs, Yearly Movement 140. 144

Hogs, Daily, Weekly and Annual Prices... 186. 141

Hogs, Winter Season Prices 186, 141

Hogs. Annual Prices 168

Hogs, Monthly Prices, twelve years 70

Cattle, Yearly Movement 144

Cattle, Prices by Grades 148



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Live Stock— Cattle, Weekly Prices 145

Cattle, Annual Prices 158

Cattle, Number in the United States 143

GatUe, Western Killings 78

Cattle, Seaboard Receipts 78

Sheep, Yearly Movement 144

Sheep, Prices by Grades 148

Sheep, Weekly Prices 146

Sheep, Annual Prices 153

Sheep, Number in the United States 148

Sheep, Western Killings 78

Sheep, SeatxMird Receipts 78

United States Comparisons 1 47

Exports from the United States 145

Lumber— Comparative Prices 198

Annual Receipts 154

Malt 118, 154

Manufactures of Cincinnati 204 to 206

Manufacturing Industry Comparisons 97, 112

Statistical Exhibits 204, 208

Marine Works 108

Membership List 266

Memorial Reports 297 to 806

Meteorological Report 217

Mill Feed (See Bran, etc.)
Molasses (see Groceries).

Nails, Annual Prices 158

National Board of Trade 10, 106

Naval Stores— Trade Review 82

Receiptsand Prices 109

Oats— Trade Review 60

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 118

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Monthly Prices 115

Weekly Prices 118

Average and Range of Prices 114

Crops of the United States 128, 182

World 's Production 64

Ohio State Board of Commerce, Delegates 10

Oils, Yearly Movement 167

Onions, Prices 172

Paper, Comparative Prices 196

Peanuts— Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Monthly Prices 178

Annual Prices 158

Petroleum— Trade Review 85

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 167

Weekly and Annual Prices 158, 160

Yearly Exports 160

Comparative Prices 168

Yearly Production 86

Pitch 169

Population of the United States 220

Pork Packers' Association, Officers of 10

Pork Packers, List of 189

Pork Packing (see Provisions).

Potatoes— Trade Review 78

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 170

Annual and Weekly Prices 152, 171

Crops of the United States 133, 171

Property Valuation and Taxation , 202

Provisions— Trade Review 67

Movement of Hog Product 187 to 140

Yearly Prices of Mess Pork 186

Weekly Prices of Mess Pork 184

Yearly Prices of Lard 186



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ProviBione— Weekly Prices of Lard 184

Proportion of Lard Exported 70

Domestic ConBnmptlon of Lard 70

Yearly Prices of D.8. Meats 186

Weekly Prices of D. 8. Meats f.... 185

Yearly Prices of Bacon 186

Weekly Prices of Bacon... 185

Weekly Prices of Hams 134

Domestic Consumption of Meats 70

Proportion of Meats Exported 70

Sundry Comparisons of Prices 68

Weekly and Annual Exports of Hog Product. 174

Pork Packing at Cincinnati 146, 147

Pork Packing in the West 148 to 151

Total Valueof Hogs 69

Railroad Interests 100

Rainfall at Cincinnati, Monthly and Yearly 20O

Rainfall in the Ohio Valley 199, 201

Receipts of Commodities at Cincinnati 110

Valueof ArUcles Received 112b

Rice (see Qroceries).

River Bridges 208

River Traffic, General Review 101

River Commerce, Details 198

River Steamers, Arrivals and Departures 197

Register of. Tonnage of, Destroyed, etc 196

River, Stages of 201, 210 to 218

Rosin 169

Rules and Regulations Governing Trade, etc 228

Highwines, Sales of 228

Grain Trade 224

Hay Trade 286

Flour Trade 287

Hogs, Governing Sales of 288

Provision Trade 239

Manufacture of Hog Product 244

Cooperage Trade 248

Hop Trade 250

Sales Book Entries 250

Lumber Trade 251

Butter Trade 255

Cheese Trade 255

Egg Trade 256

Fruit Trade 258

Vegetable Trade 258

Produce Call 269

Exchange. Dally Sessions, etc 221

Rye— Trade Review 61

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 113

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Monthly Prices 115

Weekly Prices 116

Average and Range of Prices 114

Crops of the United States 129, 132

World's Production 64

Sales, Rules for Entry of, on Sales Book 223, 250

Salt— Trade Review 80

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Annual and Weekly Prices 153, 150

Secretary, Report of 44

8eed»— Trade Rev lew 78

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 170

Annual and Weekly Prices 152, 158

Annual Exports 75

Sheep (see Live Stock).



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Shipments of Commodities at Cincinnati 112

Valueof Articles Shipped 112d

Shot, Annual Prices 158

Soap— Trade Review 82

Annual Prices 158

Prices by Grades 168

Yearly Receipts and Shipments .... 169

Spirits (see Whisky).

Starch— Trade Review 82

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 154

Annual Prices 158

Yearly Production 168

Steamboats (see River Steamers).

Stock Yards Statistics 142, 144

Storage, Rates of 260

Sugar (see Qroceries).

Superintendent, Report of 53

Tallow— Trade Review 79

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 167

Weekly and Annual Prices 158, 160

Tar 169

Tares 283

Taxation and Valuation of Property 202

Timothy Seed (see Seed).

Tobacco— Trade Review 88

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 187

Offerings, Rejections and Sales 189

Annual Prices 158

Annual Stocks 189

Manufacturing Exhibits 187

Annual Exports from the United States 188

Trade Valuation Comparisons 11^

Treasurer, Report of 42

Turpentine 169

Weather Bureau Service 107

Weather Summary and Details 214 to 219

Weighers 10

Weights 264

Wheat— Trade Review 59

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 118

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 120

Monthly Prices 114

Weekly Prices 116

Average and Range of Prices, etc 114

Months of Lowest and Highest Prices 116

Prices lor Fifty-flve Years 125

Crops of the United States .• 126, 182

Farmers' Stocks 130, 181

Visible Supply, monthly, ten years 120

World's Production 63

Sundry Statistics 181

Yearly Exports 63

Whisky— Trade Review 95

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 191

Monthly Receipts and Shipments 191

Yearly Production, Cincinnati District 190

Production and Receipts 191

Annual Prices 198

Changes in Prices 192

Production in the United States 191

Annual Revenue from Spirits 190

Wool— Trade Review 80

Yearly Receipts and Shipments 155

Annual and Weekly Prices 153, 161

Production in the United States 161



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omoxBB roB 1888-99.

PrendmU :

Robert H. West.



Fint VU^Prem/dtni:

♦John H. Allen.

FOB ONB TBAB.

William F. Robbbtbon,
Wm. a. Goodman, Jr.,

H. P. WlBORG,

John M. Macdonald,
William R. McQuillan.

TrtoMwrer:

L. B. Daniel.



Dvreelort:



Second VtM-PrmdmU:

James T. McHugh.

FOB TWO TBAB8.

Charles E. Fish, Jr.,
M. E. Lynn,
Charles B. Knaul,
Hugo Gruner,
J. F. Ellison.

Secrdary:

George Metzgek.



Superintendent arid Executiiie Secretary :

Charles B. Murray.



OmCXBB Ton 1887-88.
BretideiU:

William McCallister.



FSrti Viee-Bretident:
fOLIVER L. PeRIN.

FOB ONB TBAB.

Robert H. West,
Edwin C. Gibbs,
Oscar P. Barrett,
Clarence H. Jones,
J. W. Dunn.



Directors:



Second Vieo'PretidaU:

William B. Melish.

FOB TWO YBAB8.

William F. Robertson,
Wm. a. Goodman, Jr.,

H. P. WlBORO,

John M. Macdonald,
William R. McQuillan.



Treasurer : Secretary :

Charles A. Hinsch, Charles L. Garner.

Superintendent and Executive Secretary :

Charles B. Murray. '

* Elected Januarr 24, 1899, to fill the vacancy created by leBignation of William B. Melish.
tBleoted Noyember 9, 1897, to fill the vacancy created by the death of William L. Hunt.



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Fiftieth Annual Report of the



INSPECTION COMMITTEES FOR 1898-99.

OnQrain B. W. WASBON. Chairman; JOHN E, COLLINS, JOHN N. WOOLISCROPT,

ANDREW BENDER, J. PARKER GALE.
OnFUnar CHAS. W. SCHMTDT, Chairman; JOHN B. HEID, THEOBALD FEL8S, F. A.

BRAUER. ADAH SMYRL.
OnProvigUma EDWARD S. GRANT, Chairman; ROBERT MONTGOMERY, LOUIS J.

MAE8CHER, H. H. MEYER, JOSEPH RYAN.
On Whisky MORRIS L. BETTMAN, Chairman; J. WALTER FREIBERG, GEORGE GERKE,

GEORGE HARRIS, OLIVER L. PERIN.
On Hay J. W. ELLIS, Chairman ; AUGUST FERGER, H. W. H AM ANN, JOSEPH W.

Van LEUNEN, GEORGE A. ROOT.
On Coal WILLIAM MARMET, chairman; JAMES HATFIELD, SIDNEY P. HOSTLER,

F. L. GARRISON, CHARLES JONES, Jr.
On Cloth W. H. ALMS, Chairman; THOS. W. ALLEN, HENRY POGUE, W. A. HOPPLB,

LOUIS WYLER.

On Lumber w. A. Bennett, chairman; henry behrens, henry w. benekbr,

CLINTON CRANE, JOHN P. HANNA.
On Pvhlic Weighing...., B., lee early, Chairman; JOSEPH W. WILSHIRE, JOHN H. ALLEN,

albert C. GALE, JOSEPH HEUERMANN.
On Produce H. VOGEL, Chairman; I. JAMES CANNON, ABRAHAM BLOOM. DAVIDS.

DREIFUS, H. C. BEEKLEY.



COMMITTEES OF ARBITRATION AND APPEALS- 1898-99.

Arbitration:



N. H. BIGGS,
GEORGE M. CLARK,
HENRY DIXON,
J. T. EARLE,
C. A. FARNHAM,



FRANKLIN ALTER,
W. W. ALEXANDER,
SAMUEL BAILEY, Jr.
FERD. BRENNER,
PARIS C. BROWN,



A. V. FUHRMANN,
EDWIN C. GIBBS,
W. W. GRANGER,
JOHN P. HANNA,
C. S. MAGUIRE,

Appeals :

W. W. BLAIR,
JOHN C. DORMAN,

B. W. GALE,
FRANK HEILE, Jr.
LOUIS KROHN,



GEORGE F. MUNSON,
BENJAMIN PRITZ,
ANTHONY SCHMITT,
ADAM SMYRL,
GEORGE ZEHLER.



EDWARD KUHN,
JOHN H. REMMER8,
F. H. SIMPSON,
T. B. STONE,
GEORGE C. WITT.



COMMITTEE ON TRANSPORTATION-1 898-99.



J, PARKER GALE,



B. W. CAMPBELL, Chairman.

C. G KINGSBURY, R. P. BUCHANAN,

JOSEPH D. MORTEN, SECRETARY.



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COMMITTEES ON QUOTATIONS FOR RECORD OF PRICES CURRENT.

1898-99.



BvtUrand BvUerine JOHN C. MULVIHILL, 8. J. 8TEVKN8, CHAa W. 8EE6ER, DAVID

a. DREIFUS. TILDEN R. FRENCH.

Candlet casimer werk, rufus a. cowing.

CatUe, Hogs and Sheep j. F. eversman.

CJieete 8. J. STEVENS, CONRAD GIKBEL, F. JELKE.

Coal and Coke HENjiY immenhort, jb., r. j. kroger, h. c. whetstone, w.

M. HUBBELL, Jr., R. C. CROWTHERS, CHARLES JONES, jB.

Cooperage ACoopen^ Stuff ..yfTA. A. van hart, n. J. hoban, Stephen hauser, Jr., J.o.

BAUER, RANDALL J. WYMOND.

Eggi DAVID 8. DREIFUS, A.G.NORMAN, LOUIS ROMER, A.W.LETT,

CHARLES W. SEEGER.

Flour GEORGE F. MUNSON, ADAM 8MYRL. B.W.GALE. JOHN B. HEID,

FRANK W. FOULDS.

Freight, Railroad R. E. LEE clary, a. h. pape, richard P. BUCHANAN, J. B.

CLANCEY, GEORGE 8. BRECOUNT, JOHN W. WELPLY, FRED.

H. HARWOOD.
Freight, River ...R. W.WISE, FRED. HARTWEG, E. R. MAUCK, JOHN C.DORMAN,

OSCAR F. BARRETT.

Fruits, Dried R. A. HOLDEN, Jr., W.W.BLAIR, LOUIS ROMER.

Fruits, Green FEDELE DELSIGNORE, H. C. BEEKLEY. JOHN LEVEBONE, C. M.

DAVIDSON.

Grain PETER VAN LEUNEN, F. F. COLLINS, 8. R. VOORHEE8, A. C.

GALE, B. W. WASSON, LOUIS HEHMAN.
Groceries and Sorghum JOHN A. KREIS, HARRY L. LAWS, CHARLES E. WILSON, H. B.

PATTERSON, JOHN W. FLACH, DAVID A. WHITE, HENRY

DIXON, M. H. ALEXANDER.
Hay J.W.ELLIS, J.W.FISHER, GEORGE A. ROOT, F.F.COLLINS,

FRANK VIETH.

Hides M08E9 MAR1ENTHAL, LUDWIG WISE.

Iron D. B. MEACHAM, W. J. ISAACSON, GEO. M. CLARK, GEO. KINSEY.

Lumber W. A. BENNETT, T. B. STONE, HENRY W. BENEKER.

Mill Feed J. PARKER GALE. EDWIN J. LEVI, ADAM SMYRL.

Oils, Lard E. B. STANLEY. RUFUS BURCKHARDT.

Oils, Cottonseed WALTER H. FIELD. E. 8. GRANT, JOHN E. STONE.

OUs, Linseed c. P. wagner, r. w. richey.

Peanuts W.W.BLAIR, JACOB WELLER.

Petroleum george r. ebersole, henry wagner, george w. Hamilton.

Potatoes HERMAN H. BERQHEGGER, A. G. NORMAN.

Protneions M. D. THOMPSON, A. SANDER. H. H. MEYER, FRED. SCHROTH,

E. S. GRANT, ROBERT HA8KIN8. CHARLES ROCKEL.

Salt JOHN DUNHOLTER. C. M. HOLLOW AY.

^^ J. CHAS. McCULLOUGH. ARTHUR O. EVANS, H. B. McCULLOUGH.

TaUow and Grease john e. stone, moses marienthal, ludwig wise.

Tobacco lee H.BROOKS, JOHNL.HITE, LOUIS KROHN.

Whisky WM. N.HOBART, J. W. BILES, J. WALTER FREIBERG, OLIVER L.PERIN.

Wo^ LUDWIG WISE, MOSES MARIENTHAL.



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Fiftieth Annual Report of the



DELEGATES TO THE NATIONAL BOARD OF TRADE.



C. B. MUBRAY.
J. F. ELLISON,
WM. V. EBEB80LE,
E. G. QIBB8,*



1898-99.

WM. N. HOBART.
MICHAEL RYAN.*
SAMUEL BAILEY. Jb.,«
E. P. WILSON.



JOHN A. GANO,
J. F. ELLISON,
WM. M0GALLI8TER,«
W. V. EBBRSOLE,
E. P.WILSON.



1897-98.

CASPER H. ROWE,«
A. J. MULLANE,
J. J. HOOKER,
LEVI C. GOODALE,
CHARLES B. MURRAY.



DELEGATES TO OHIO STATE BOARD OF COM MERGE- 1898-99.

J. M. KENNEDY. L. C. GOOD ALE. WM. H. DAVIS,

WM. V. BBEBSOLE, A. H. McLEOD.



^^Qrain and Hay :
HOMER CHI9MAN.



t INSPECTORS-1 898-9.

Flour:
MONROE IZOR.



Provinani:
JAMES O'NEILL.



t PUBLIC WEIGHERS- 1898-99.



D. C. LAFFBRTY,
G. H. HENNEKES.
R. E. SBCRIST,



JAS. M. ARNOLD,
WM. McCALLISTER,
N. H. BIGGS,



JAMES T. EARLE,



JOHN M. MACDONALD,

L. L. LATTA,

W. W. ALEXANDER,



J. D. LINDSAY,
H. McREYNOLDS,
JOHN 8. FURLONG.



HENRY WEBER.



WINFIELD 8. CARR,



tCOAL GAUGERS.— 1898-99.
HARRY RIGDON, ISAAC W. GRUBBS.



D. B. SHUTTERLY.



Pork Packers' and Provision Dealers' Association



OF CINCINNATI.



MATHEW RYAN,

Treasurer :
B. FRANK DAVIS.



OFFICERS FOR 1898-99.

President :
H. H. MEYER.
Vice- Presidents :
FREDERICK SCHROTH,



WM. H. DAVIS.



Secretary :
CHARLES B. MURRAY.



« Not In attendance. ««Inoladin« Mill Feed.

t By action of the Board of Directors, October 13, 1896, Inspectors. Public Weighers, Measnrers and Gaugen,
by appointment of the Chamber of Commerce, are not allowed to inspect, weigh, measure or gauge any corn-
modify in which they are directly or indirectly Interested.



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OFFICERS OF THE CHAMBER OF COMMERCE



FROM ITS ORGANIZATION.



Ollloera fk'om October, 1889, to Janiuury, 1840

Preiident— Orlffln Tarlor.

Vk)t-Pre9ident$^R. G. Mitchell, Peter Keff, 8. B.
FIndley, John Reeves, Thos. J. Adams. Jacob Strader.

Trecuwrer—B. W. Hewfion.

fiteretary— Henry Rockey.

Ollloera for 1840.

President— Grlflln Taylor.

Vke-Pr€9ideiU»—R. G. Mitchell, John Reeyes, Pdter
Heff, Thomas J. Adams, 8. B. Findley, Samuel Trevor.
Trtaturer^B, W. Hewson.
fteretory-<Henry Rockey.

OiBoera for 1841.

Pre9idenir-Jjew\B Whiteman.
Viee-Pretideni9 - Thomtm J. Adams, 8. B. Findley,
Peter Nefif, Samuel Trevor, R. G. Mitchell, 8. 0. Butler.
SVeosufvr— B. W. Hewson.
Seeretaty— Henry Rockey.

Ollloera for 1842.

Prertdent^Rolfind G. MitchelL

Viee-PretiderUt—S. O. Butler, James Pullan. L.
Worthlngton, lliomas J. Adams, Samuel Trevor,
lohn Reeves.

Treaturer—B. W. Hewson.

Sarcfary— Henry Rockey.

Offioera for 1848.

Pretiden/— Thomas J. Adams.

Vice-PresUimU—A, M. Taylor, R. W. Lee, Samuel
Fosdick, James Pullan, R. B. Bowler, Nathan
Sampson.

Trecuurer—S. C. Parkhurst.

Secretory— Henry Rockey.

Ollloers for 1844.

Proicknt— Thomas J. Adams.
VUx-PretiderUi^-'U. R. Taylor, R. W. Lee, Oalvin
Fletcher, W. B. Alford, Jas. C. Hall, Nathan Sampson.
Trmaurei^-8. C. Parkhurst.
Secretory— Henry Rockey.

Ollloera for 1845.

PrendCTU-^ames C. Hall.

F«ee-Premlen(9— Benjamin Urner, Geo. H. Bates,
George H. Hartwell. J. P. Tweed, R. W. Lee, Lewis
Binstein.

TVcostirer- William Manser.

Secretory— Heury Rockey.

Offioera for 1846-47.

President— James C. Hall.

Vlee-PreHdentt^B.. W. Lee, Benjamin Urner, N. W.
Thomas, Charles Hartshorue, L. Worthlngton, L. B.
Harrison.

IVmiurer— George Milne.

Secretory— William D. Gallagher.

Aiperintendcn^— A. Peabody.



OiBoera for 1847-48.

Py««<d0n(>-James G. Hall.

Kice-Presiden^s— N. W. Thomas, Charles Hartshome,
Benjamin Urner, Lewis Whiteman, Joseph Torreaoe.
S. C. Parkhurst.

TVvMurer— Geoi^e Milne.

Secretory— Channing Richards.

auperifUendefU^A. Peabody.

Offioera for 1848-48.

Pretiden^-N. W. Thomas.

Fioe-Praiden^f-nloseph Torrence, Henry Bmerson.
R. M. W. Taylor, Robert Brown, Charles Hartsbome,
B. M. Foster.

TVeosurer— George Milne.



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