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$2,113,024,050

$3,883,000,000

$222,485,232

$53,278,678

$92,823,800

$3,545,166,116

$770,000,000

$47,420,327

$460,949,200

$1,436,517,900

16.780

$362,235,312

$235,591,350

1,531

104,541

3.091

2,285

4,222

$199,571,440

$23,300,000

32.021,900

41,450.000

1,493.000.000

537.079

88.514.000

160.000

700.000

610,000,000

68.310.000

284.000.000



Change
from 1913
Dec. 8^5
Dec. 12.2
Dec. 3.8
Dec. .1
Dec. 14.9
Dec. 9 2
Inc. 174.0
Dec. 92
Inc. 4 4
Inc. 2.8
Dec. 11.0
Dec. 43 1
Dec. 8.0
Dec. 12.7
Inc. 15.3
Inc. 23.3
Inc. 50
Dec. .50.0
Dec. 50.0
Inc. 12
Dec. 57.0
Dec. 53. 1
Dec. 58.0
Dec. 25.0
Dec. 34.6
Dec. 33.0
Dec. 7.5
Inc. 16.0
Dec. 4.0
Dec. 62.0
Dec. 98.0
Dec. 10.5
Dec. 1.2
Inc. 14.5



Past records. Year.



$172,847,178,745

$104,675,828,000

■ $73,770,473,434 ;

; $1,818,073,055

' $2,448,576,614 .

I $4,277,348,909

$122,301,517

$147,962,000

I $99,673,400

$3,447,368,355

$931,000,000

282.662,848

$1,311,874,700

$2,257,583,000

15,508

$383,711,658

$459,710,000

12,983

284.188

5.457

7,362

29,340

$1,781,046,000

31.000.000

49,070,478

61,980,437

1,615,067,000

480.894

92,097,131

650,000

1.387,000

570.000,000

69,954.000

248,44^,280



1912
1906
1913
1912
1913
1913
1909
1906
1909
1913
1912
1906
1909
1912
1893
1907
1906
1887
1907
1907
1907
1893
1893
1913
1913
1913
1913
1912
1913
1903
1913
1913
1911
1918



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123



STATISTICS OF CINCI^fNATI.



Area. Square Miles

Mileage different kinds improved Streets.

Granite

Brick

Asphalt

Bowlder

Wood Block

Macadam

Bitulithic

Tarvia

Limestone

Miscellaneous

Death Rate

Births

Increase

Deaths

Decrease ,

Total Water Pumped, gallons



Total Bonded Debt. .



1913



1914



Debt, on which income pays all charges including Sinking Fund.

Cincinnati Southern Railway

Railroad Terminals

Waterworks

Street and Sewer Assesmcnt

Sinking Fund



69.90

84.85

80.26

42.61

44.07

13.84

316.99

7.

6.45

2.85

2.77

16.89

8,000

220

6,733

280

18.362.146.240

$64,775,250.01



14,932.000

2,600.000

13.402.130.48

6,487.016.70

1,834.584.47



Bonded Debt not Self-supporting .



Total Municipal Receipts. .

'* '* Expenses.

Balance January 1



United States Internal Revenue Receipts

Distilled Spirits.

Cigars

Tobacco

Other Sources

Total Collections Revenue, All Sources . . .



Pr<^>erty Valuation Municii)al Assets



Tax Rate 1|%. the limit fixed by law.
Number of Farks.



Park Area. (Acres)

Municipal Playgrounds

School Playgrounds

Municipal Alethetic Field:«

Attendance m Playgrounds Annually.

Parks

School



$39,255,731.65
25.519,518.36

14,468.132.30
13,151.048.58
6,265,929.91



$2,137,787.00

10,356,105.65

576.225.24

2.501.123.70

1.151,647.02



Police Department, (Nimiber of Men) .
Fire Department ** "



Publio High Schools

Elementary Schods

Kindergartens.

8|peoial Schools

Night High Schools

Night Elementary Schools

Day Elementary Schools, Enrollment.

Day High Schools

Night Elementary Schools "

Night High Schools

Total Public School Enrollment



10,722.888.61



1,562
68

2,089
21
14
11

793.430
95.482



680
552



70.80

85.07

82.24

41.96

41.74

15.

331.28

8.23

6.57

2.86

3.05

15.98

8,100

100

6.428

305

18,891.942,862

$67,472,719.36



14,932,000.00
2,600,000.00

14,318.030.48
1.955,928.82
3,558.632.86



$37,364,592.16
26.530.041.29

12.980.161.95
13.908,616.52
5,337,476.34



$2,112,757.34

11,476,645.91

338.676.76

381.596.05



$15,991,075.93



1.546
72
2.390,39
22
14
18

1.002.938
95.482

695
563



Number of Teachers


1.357

19.238

606

16

446.293

1.-534,883
404,550


1,430


Parochial School EnruUmcut


15,904


Parochial School Teachers


413


Public Library, Branches

Volumes


22
463,521


Total Library Circulation

Books


1,603.187


Pictures


363,784


Jjantem Slides


85,930


Music Rolls


30,561







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STATISTICS OF CINCINNATI— Continued.



Post Office Receipts

Post Office

Letters, Postal Cards and Circulars Forwarded

** " ** " ** Delivercwl

Received from Depositing Postmasters

Postal Funds

" *' '* '* Money Order Funds

Postal Savings Bank Receipts

United States Custom House

Value of Merchandise

Receipts of Duties

Number of Documents issued to Vessels.



1013



$2,873,074.65 $2.876,518 .57



316,507,098
158,570,011

$5,231,959.29

$4,504,410.62'

$645,465.18

$2,327,987.00

$775,796.41

If"



i02|



321,241.521
167.870,268

$4,568,775.09

$4,449 .a57. 22

$665,538.01

$3,060,609

$705,384 82

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COST OF BUILDINGS.



1903 $4,502,255.00

1904 6,326.330.00

1906 9.709,460.00

1906 7.101.866.00

1907 7.737.062.00

1908 6,428.988.00

1909 7,806,369.00

1910 8.052.915.00

1911 13,383.000.00

1912 9,398.202.00

1913 8.348.432.00

1914 8320,446.00



FIRE LOSSES IN CINCINNATI.



1905.
1906.
1907.
1908.
1909.
1910
1911.
1912.
1913.
1914.



QroMLoM.


Insurance Loss.


$416,834.00


$'»1.787 00


706.878.00


638.390.00


2.028.066. OO


1.666.976.00


773.889.00


675.434.00


878.602.00


788.808.90


1.936.167.00


1.304,484.00


1.428.906.00


1.O27.865.00


1.163.374.00


1.917.354.00


1.341.438.00
689,405.61


1.08a304.0C


573.843.67



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125



RIVER COMMERCE.

Receipts and shipments of Merchandise, by river, at Cincinnati, for three years,
each year ending December 31, as indicated, according to reports to the Cincin-
nati Chamber of Commerce:



Articles.


lucts.

Bushels

Bushels

Bushels

Bushels

Bushels


Receipts.


1912


Shipments.


1914


1913


1914

35

7,716

5,923

642

644

546

4,495

1,044

74

22

3

9

2,683

14

2,022

6,731


1913


1912


Cereals. Grain and Farm Pro<

Barley









326

6,416

8,801

1,288

3.378

347

8,778

1,240

39

71

14

96

1.716


16


Corn

Oais

Wheat ...... . . . . .


"2.552
778
295

9.452
2H

1.082
200
805
44
124


2,796

605

356

4.024

40

1,167

14

1,571

292

193

20

294


2,786
1.970
930
8.440
56
1,952


16,202

12,301

1.629

3,087

361

4.991

292


Bran and Middlings

Flour

Malt


Tons

Barrels

Bushels

Tons

Bales

Tons

100 lb. Bales

100 lb. Bags


Hay

Cotton

Straw

Hops

Clover Seed


1.4.54
665
596
407
210


122

10

6

30


520


770


Flaxseed


100 lb. Bags




Timothy Seed


100 lb. Bags


i22
2,464


180
2,097


57
3,268


3.698

10,650

44

6,500

357,313


1,884'

9,166

16


Other Seeds


100 lb. Bags


Hemp

Broom Com


1001b. Bales

Lbs.

Tons

Tons

Tons

nd Dairy Products.

Barrels

Tons

Lbs.

Tons

Boxes

Boxes

100 lb. Pkm.

Cases

Bushels

Tons

Barrels

Number

Coops

100 lbs. Pkgs.

Bushels

Boxes

100 lb. Bags

601b. Boxes

Barrels

100 lb. Bags






3,621
1,816,621


4,800
326,216


6600


Coal and Coke.

Coal, Bituminous

Coal. Anthracite


1,635,935


1.935,994


279.842


Coke














Fruits, Vegetables, Produce a

Apples

Bananas ... ....


53,824

2

24.800

599

68

77

5.953

10,910

31,128

3,644

74

3,135

3,600


11.438


46,849


753

66

7,130

144

1,093

3.658

92

128,078

2,564

19.777

108

495

18,000


3,310

14

23,227

80

967

4,759

1.441

207.875

657

26,130

89

724

22,800


2.221
4


Dried Fruits

Green Fruits

Lemons

Oranges

Butter

Oleomargarine

Eggs

Potatoes

Vegetables

Onions

Watermelons


106,000

136

63

68

4,245

369

34,959

8,644

108

3,660


11,025

177

99

22

3,672

" ■31,672'

31,407

186

3.850

1,200


15,200

108

534

7,613

58

99,200

2,021

22,263

154

1.007

10,800


Poultry






Fish^:::.....

Groceries.

Beans

Candles


980
207


610
1,161


696
34


4.762

812

69

2,682

3,040

117

941

1.725

1,441

17,308

7

1,347

2.004

753

236

601

948

19.381

350

1,127

434,360

61,993

47,696

828.946

62

10

900

16

440


14,748

3,101

64

3,940

4.610

213

776

1,512

1,987

24.232

12

3.676

3.472

674

266

428

1,006

126,800

3,900

6.150

692.687

240.655

22.015

942.780

89

187

1,085


11,971

606
182


Coffee

Cheese

Molasses

Peanuts


41
643
102


71

68
241

11

671

1.395

7,036

63
220

22

8,072
36,442
11.069

1,009


36

97
135

66

135

6,756

8,147

249

111

42

6,343
49,367
12,236

1.049
620


3,016

6,712

188

1.196

1,627

4,113

25,760

30

4,206

3,572

600
496
324
096
64,300


Rice

Salt

Soap

Sorghum

Starch

Sugar

Li?e Stock and ProducU.

Cattle

Hogs

Sheep

Mules and Horses

Fresh Meats


100 lb. Bags

Barrels

601b. Boxes

Barrels

601b. Boxes

Barrels

Head

Head

Head

Head

Lbs

Lbs.

Lbs.

Lbs.

Lbs.

Lbs.

Lbs.

Barrels

601b. Bundles

100 lb. Bundles

..Tierces and Barreld
100 lb. Bales


13
932
10.360
23
33
94

7.851

22,299

7.993

997

.331


Salt Beef




480


D. S. Meats Loose








9,450
601,355
176,100


D. 8. Meats Boxes

Bacon


1,468

5.50

470

390

6

5..552
627
220
617


12,425

850

7,260

1,740

86

7.763

958

133

679


18,600


Hams

Urd

Pork

Hides

Leather

Tallow


600

125

1

10,393

1.683

304

1.083


67.060

1.320.708

72

207

560


Wool


183


205









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RIVER COMMERCE-Ctontinued.







Receipts. '


Shipments.


Articles.


1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


Manufactured Articles.

Automobiles

Boota and Shoes

Cooperage

Furniture

Glassware and Crockery


Pieces

Cases

Pieces

. . 100 lbs. Pkgs.
. . 100 lbs. Pkgs.


31

1,382

9.201

10.856

9.715

58

386

1.128
350

213

12

450

491


42

1,858

23,903

14,296

10,715

112

969

1,102

384

61,036,000

3,928

588

1

605

980


27
10,999
13,182
15,246
45,892
115
1,201

1.984

642

201,4a0/)00

4.501

834

1.275'
1.110


79

5,369

7.639

3,502

29,695

780

995

1.645

150.000

2.783

2,017

47

979"

11

61,615

1,499,124

1,331

8

177

285

17,385

6.644

310

18,300

664

224

266


55

11,002

21.288

9.723

12,381

829

2.860

3.413


35

9.395

11.187

10.456

24371


Vehicles

Other Manufactures

Metals, Bulldinft Materials. Oils.

Lime, Cement and Plaster

Brick


Number

Pieces

Barrels

M

Feet

. ...100 1b. Kegs

Barrels

Barrels

Tons

Tons

Tons

Lbs.

Lbs

Barrels

Tierces

Barrels

Barrels

Kegs

Barrel.^

Barrels

100 lbs. Pkgs.


819
2,476

1.908


Lumber

Nails

Oil

Rosin

Scrap Iron


'90.666

1.854

3.933

108

4

,.«9

12.072

3.452.260

1.827


655,666

1.843

3.356

56


Iron and Steel

Iron. Pi«

Pig Lead

White Lead

Petroleum

Stearine


1.415









9.620


1,115
261


1.000
328


23.666
238


1.677.948
2.289


Turpentine

Wines, Liquors, Tobacco.

Alcohol

Ale, Beer and Porter

Whiskey

Wines and Liquors

Wine^ and I<inuors .


57

21

195

11.215

234

18.981

7.818

21

727

58.600

475

19


37

118

13.651

3.177

31.187

9.124

18

1.066

83.800

525

11


33

16

192

10.276

4.382

21.523

15.009

38

635

14,300


214

388

20.532

8,903

921

20.090

2.310

60

4,028

1.800

1.925

94


173

375

56.626

10.098

1.031

12 376


I^f Tobacco

Leaf Tobacco


Hbds.

..Cases 400 lbs.


3.2S4

48


Manufactured Tobacco


. . 100 lbs. Pkgs


1.328


Miscellaneous

Feathers


Lbs.

Tons

Tierces

Tons

Tods


3.700


Fertilisers


2.875
77




Greaae

Paper


84


99


Merchandise


5.772


7,658


46,129


20,873


27.979


32.700



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ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES OF STEAMERS.

Monthly arrivals and departures of Freight and Passenger Steamers, at Cin-
cinnati, with comparisons for three years, as indicated:





ARRIVED FROM


Months.


Mempfob and
LowBB Mississippi.


PlTTRBURaH AND

Wheeling.


Other Points.


Totals.




1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


January

February

March

fc;:;::

June

July

August

September..

October

November...
December...




2
2
4
3


2
1

1
1
2

1

i


1

1
2
2
2


3
4
4

8
8
3

i


3

9
11
10

2

1
1

'6
7


3
1
8
7
7
6
8
8
4
4
2
1


72

56

82

96

110

108

111

106

93

79

76

68


70

90

91

148

127

118

113

89

98

92

88

92


26

35

96

102

115

111

117

122

112

118

98

91


77
62
90
107
118
111
111
106
93
79
76
69


75
91
101
160
139
121
114
90
98
97
88
100


30
37
106
111
124
117
125
130
116
123
100
92


Totals. .


1


1


9


in


31


49


58 1 1.057 1.216 1 1,143


1.099


1.274


1.211







DEPARTED FOR


Months.


Memphis and
Lower Mississippi.


Pittsburgh and
Wheeling.


Other Points.


Totals




1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


1914


1913


1912


January

February....
March

^?:-.::.;;:

June

July

August

September.. .

October

November...
December. . .


;




2

1
I
1
2

1

i




3
2
4

7
8
3


2

i2

11

9

2

1

'7
6


2
2
9
7
8
7
8
8
4
3
2


72

54

87

98

109

109

110

104

93

79

72

63


71

89

92

156

127

119

112

91

97

92

88

91


27

37

98

102

115

110

117

122

110

118

98

92


77

60

93

107

117

112

110

104

93

79

72

63


75

90

93

169

140

129

114

92

97

92

95

08


30
40
108
110
126
118
125
130
114
122
100
92


Totals. .


It


)


9


9 j 27


50


60


1,050


1,225


1,146


1,087 1 1.284


1,215



Annual arrivals and departures of Steamers, at Cincinnati, for years indicated:



Years.


Arrivals.


Depart-
ures.


Years.


Arrivals.


Depart-
ures.


Years.


Arrivals.


Depart-
ures.


1879-80

1880-81


3.163
2.638
2,739
2,340
2.170
2,137
2,489
2,272
2,113
2,621
2.257
2,234


3,167
2,633
2,736
2.329
2.162
2,138
2,483
2,281
2,116
2,622
2,262
2,234


1891-92

1892


2.185
2,062
1,891
1.687
1.028
1.124
950
1.396
1,686
1.491
1,885
1,724


2.188
2.062
1,894
1.694

983
1,042

948
1,391
1.612
1,602
1.926
1,739


1903

1904

19a5

1906

1907

1908

1909

1910

1911

1912

1913

1914


1.533
1,336
1.477
1,639
1,639
1,292
1,436
1.361
1,376
1,211
1,274
1,099


1,622
1.341


1881-82


1893


1.478


1882-83


1894


1.634


1883-84


1896


1,636


1884-86


1896


1,291


1886-86


1897


1,432


1886-87


1898


1.348


1887-88


1899


1.383


1888-89


1900


1.215


1889-90. ....


1901


1.284


1890-91


1902


1.087









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OHIO RIVER STEAMERS.

Detailed statement of Freight and Passenger Steamers in service between
Cincinnati and other ports during the year 1914, showing names, when built,
where built, and tonnage of each, according to custom-house measurement:



Names.


When
Built

] 1
1 )
1 )
1 1

1 5

] i
1 )
1 i
1 3
] )
] [
] )

] 5
] )

] 7
] J


Where Built


Ton-
nage.


Names.


When
Built


Where Built.


Ton-
nage.


Ada


High Bridge, ICy. . .
Pt Pleasant, W.Va
JefTersonville. Ind.
Jeflrersnnville, ln<l.

Harmar, O

Jeffersonville, Ind..

Freedom, Pa

JefTereonville, Ind . .
Pt. Pleaaant.W Va

Marietta, O

Parkersburg. W.Va

Tyrone. Ky

Belle Vernon, Pa.. .
Jefferaonville. Ind.

Cincinnati,

Ironton, O

Madison, Ind

Madison. Ind


8.00
94.00
816.00
1.681.98
218.00 1
100.00 '
296.49 '


I^Roy


1910
1910
1898
1908
1900
1897
1883
1914
1896
1895


P a.; 99.00


Chilo .

City of Cincinnat i
City of liouiaville
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Corker


Loucinda

Lucille N owl and.
Ohio


P a.l 197.00
P .1 225.00
P 'a .^1 no


Princess

Queen City

Tacoma


M
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667.00
624.23


Courier


206.92


Joe Fowler

Greendale

Greenland

Greenwood

Harry H


356.00

96.00 <

294.00

270.00 !

10.00 1

58.00 !


Tango


9.00


, Tarascan

Steel City


358.00
028X)6


Hattie Brown




Indiana


836.00
1,446.66
429.00
378.00
176.39


1




Island Queen

Kanawha

Kentucky

Lixiie Bay


Total tonnage. 1913
Total tonnage, 1914.




1 0.822.74




10,999.74



Note. — The above list includes only Steamers engaged in freight and passenger traffic during the srear.
*Rechristened formerly Liberty.



The whole number of Steamers in the freight and passenger traffic between
Cincinnati and other ports, and total tonnage, compared for ten years:



Years.



Number,



1905
1906
1907
1908
1909




Tonnage.



13,513
14.027
12.884
12.374
11,019





Years.


Number.


ToDnage.


1910.
1911.
1912.
1913.
1914.




24
24
20
22

28


11.220




11,220




10,246.74




10.822.74




10,999.74







CINCINNATI PROPERTY VALUATION AND TAXATION.

Valuation of Real and Personal Property, Rate of Taxation and Amount of
Tax Revenues, of Cincinnati, for years indicated:





Real




Is?


Amount




Real






Amount


Years.




Personalty.


il


of


Years.




Personalty.


of




Estate.




4-0


Revenue.


1


Estate.




Revenue.


1903....


$171,186,690


$44,785,700


2.270


$4,901,892 25


1909...


$194,883,610


$ 55.493.940


2.960


$7,337,438 02


1904....


177.190.590 46.949.370
180.528.850 57.572,630
184.916.430 47.126,470


2.254 5.a52.114 70


1910...


199.430,600


55,399.940


3.110 7.783.874 10


1905....


2.994] 7.694.680 78


1911...


368,088.390


138,470.940


1.5 1 7.598.390


1906....


2.238 5.094.926 06


1912...


.372.201 ,99d


149.511.960


1.4841 7,725.011 92


1907....


189.037,45q 52.622,230
192.392.530 53.951.140


2.60 6.176.005 16


1913...


383,343.220 153.869.530


1.562 8,391.263 15


1908...


2.916 7.085..547 29


1914...


390,765,060 206,160,370


1.546 9,259.387 14



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STAGES OF THE OHIO RIVER.

Highest, lowest and average Stages of the Ohio River, at Cincinnati, each
year indicated, with the highest Stage during the floods of 1832 and 1847:





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April 13


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44.4
47.9
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51.8
53.7
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42.3
53.2
50.8
58.6
66.3
71.1
46.0
56.8
66.2
39.9
38.3
69.2
57.4
43.8
64.9
35.6
48.4
47.7
61.2
61.4
57.4
40.0
59.7
60.9
63.2
45.9
48.3
50.4
65.2
55.9
54.6
61.8
49.1
53.4
70.0
47.2


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3
3.7
2.3
4.1
6.2
3.4
4.3
2.4
3.8
1.9
6.0
3.6
2.6
3.9
3.0
2.8
6.5
5.3
6.8
4.5
3.6
3.6
3.1
2.3
5.5
3.0
4.5
3.4
8.1
4.2
3.9
4.6
3.3
6.6
7.1
7.0
2.8
8.6
4.0
4.6
6.7
7.5
8.2


11.7


1873


December 18


Ootober 12


18.4


1874


JaauAry 11


September 22


15.7


1876


AiiguAt 6


September 18

September 4

October 7*

October 22*.


18.8


1876


January 29


18.6


1877


Jaauary 20


16.2


1878


LMcember 15


16.8


1879


December 27


October 23


14.7


1880


February 17

February 16 ...

February 21


October 28*


17.4


1881


September 17*

November I

September 20*

September 26


17.4


1882


22.4


1883


February 15


19.8


1884


February 14


17.6


1886


January 20. . .


October 11

November 2


15.6


1886


April 9".


17.6


1887


February 6.


September 17*


15.4


1888


April 1

February 22.


August 7 ....... . ,


18.0


1889... .


Seotember 13


18.7


1890


March 26

February 25.


August 4*


25.4


1891. .


October 10*


20.2


1892


April 26


November 5*


16.7


1893


hebruarv 20.


August 29*


17.8


1894


February 15


September 14*


12.8


1895


January 14


October 27*


12.3


1896


April 4

February 26

March 29

March 8....

December 1


Seotember 26


17.3


1897


October 26

October 6


17.6


1898


19.7


1899


November 2


16.7


1900


October 21


14.0


1901


April 27


November 1 1 *


17.6


1902


March 6

MarchS

March 9


Septembei 24*


16.8


1903


October 7*


17.9


1904


October 6*


14.5


1905


March 13


Ootober 11


18.2


ig06


April 2. . . .


Seotember 22


17.6


1907


January 21

April 4

February 28

March 7


October 31

October 6*

October 15

August 28*

July 26

June 18


22.7


1906


17.7


1909 ,


17.0


1910


16.4


1911

1912

1913.

1914


February 3

March 27


20.5
19.6


April 1


June 27


20.8


April 4. . . .


June 4*


18.5








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RAINFALL IN THE OHIO VALLEY.

Annual Rainfall at various points in the Ohio Valley, prepared by the U. S.
Weather Bureau, in inches and hundredths of an inch:



Points.


1903


1904


1905


1906


1907


1908


1909


1910


1911


1912


1913


1914


PitUburgh . .
Cinciiinati.. .
Louisville. . .

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GolumbuB.O .
Indianapolis.
Chattanooflta
Memphis....
Nashville....


38.81
34.69
33.69
32.91
28.14
32.46
45.17
36.17
43 03


33.76
29.54
29.25
32.00
31.48
45.42
32.68
42.56
37.26


35.19
38.69
49.34
39.48
35.13
33.27
45.68
55.85
47 12


31.29
40.83
42.06
46.92
33.70
37.47
47.58
64.31
49 48


34.86
44.56
47.48
45.68
37.68
38.66
42.37
41.55
87.42


30.17
27.29
37.85
38.47
30.14
31.26
42.17
47.46
34.04


33.18
37.43
50.41
43.05
36.69
44.98
54.05
45.29
46 99


31.80
34.42
60.01
45.93
34.79
39.28
42.34
40.01
42.90


41.29
46.05
39.38
30.11
43.43
33.32
63.14
41.12
48.26


38.30
38.61
45.96
37.60
29.64
40.29
64.99
46.80
63.67


38.49
42.15
44.22
42.60
40.88
45.40
48.09
48.93
40.71


33.48
32.78
33.74
28.22
31.12
30.97
46.54
38.34
40.38



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RAINFALL AT CINCINNATI.

Monthly and annual Rainfall, at Cincinnati, together with average from
1871 to date, in inches and hundredths of an inch: (From the reports of Dr.
Joseph Ray and others from 1852 to 1855 inclusive, from the reports of Prof.
George W. Harper, of Woodward High School, from 1856 to 1865 inclusive;
from the reports of R. C. Phillips, Esq., from 1866 to 1870 inclusive; from the
reports of the U. S. Weather Bureau, Dept. of Agriculture from 1871 to date.




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