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2,100 oo|

2,100 00|

175 00

2,200 ooj
I, ISO 00

583 34
600 00
300 00



1,000 00

1,000 00

1,000 00

594 06

405 94



HOUSES AND REPAIRS.

For Carpenterwork, Painting, Plumbing:!

H. R. Benninger i 40

G. H. Donovan 1 10 00

J. C. Hays 4 00

J. M. Jennings ' 1240

Wm. Kerdolff , 3 70

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary ' 46

E. Larkin ; 6 35

H. Majoewsky i 80

McLennan Bros., construction River

side engine-house 8,100 00

McLennan Bros 109 00



Amount carried forward $8,349 ' '



21,333 34|



4,000 001



",575 43,
3,960 00



365,018 95



405,887 72



$405,887 72



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



310



Annual Report



Amount brought forward.



E. B. Newman . « . .

P\iG. Schmalz

J. A. Sullivan

D. Twohig

L. W. Waldron,

engine-house

W. F. Wesselman.



repairs to Gift's



For Paints, Glass, etc.—

Barron- Bovle Co

J.Theobald Co



For Lumber and Hardware —

J. Griffith & Sons

Kuhlmann Hardware Co

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary. . .

II. W. Meier Sons

G. B. Meyer

The Enterprise Lumber Co.



For Galvanized Iron, Iron and Tin
work, etc. —

Jas. Cahill

Crane-Hawley Co

E. H. Huenefeld

C. Jennings

Geo. Klein

T. J. Nichol &Co

J. B. Schroder



For Blacksmithing, Plastering, Cement,
etc.—

J. Gross

P. Kennedy

D. Koch

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary

L. H. McCammon Bros



For Miscellaneous Purchases —

A. Becker, keys, etc

Cincinnati Gas and Electric Co., ser-
vice pipes

John Ernst, cleaning vaults

F. W. Folz & Co., paving sidewalks, etc.

Harry Hake, superintending erection
of Riverside engine-house

F. H. Kirchner& Co., paving sidewalk.

C F. Lakeman (Secretary), building
permit for Company 37» etc

Thomas Lee, iron box gutter

Robert Mills, wall papering

Frank Reting, tar paper

Trustees of the Sinking Fund, ground-
rent Engine Company 7



Amount carried forward.



8,249 II



2 50

22 60

"35 00

23 85

425 00
I 50


59 20
50 97


55 02

44 41

I 44

726 47

765

61 56


7 20

53 38

132 44

38 70

4 40
84 70
21 00


2 00

1 50

2 00
I 60

20 42


285
29 70

54 50
277 60

200 00
119 32

16 25

16 79

181 50

I 50

90 00



405.887 72



8,859 56



no 17



S96 55



341 82



27 52



990 01



"i2 25 63

$4i7.ii3 35



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Cincinnati Fire Department



311



Amount brought forward

LIGHT AND FUEL.

For Coal and Coke —

W. H. Brown Sons ,

J. W. Charls '

Luhrig Coal Co

Queen-City Coal Co I

The Consolidated Coal and Mining Co.

The Hinsch Coal and Coke Co

The Marmet Co

The Pittsburg Coal Co



For Coal-oil and Gas —
The Cin'ti Gas Light and Coke Co. .

The Cin*ti Gas and Electric Co

The Standard Oil Co



For Hogsheads and Kindling—^

L Baldwin

C. Behrens

J. P. Cuff

J. Dacey

W. Graham

G.G.Gray

J. Griffith & Sons

W. H. Hadler

S. R. Love

H. H. Meyer Packing Co

S. J. Moses

P. O'Neill

F. Reting

R. F. Rigney

H. J. Schoenberger

H. Seidenspinner

E. Steinigeweg

J.Taylor & Co



APPARATUS AND REPAIRS.

For Purchase of Two-horse Hose-wagon
Bode Wagon and Plow Works



For Purchase of Service Truck-
The Seagrave Co



For Repairing Engines, etc. —
American Fire Engine Co..



For Repairing and Painting Engines,
Trucks, Wagons, etc.—

Bode Wagon and Plow Works

C. E. Coleman

J. L. McCoUum

J. G. Weil



Amount carried forward.



14 94

3 45

18 92

li 25

1,441 76I

767 89I

1,052 13



75


01


2,031 40

693 33
200 22



3 50
9 00

11 70

7 00

12 00

8 00
45 00

5 00

7 50
20 50
27 50

4 00

5 50
12 50

4 50

2 00
I 50

3 00



2,032 37

I 50

80

19 20



417,113 35



3*385 35



2,924 95



189 70



6,500 00



35000

1.467 75
2,528 99



2,053 87



$6,400 61 $423,613 35



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



312



Annual Report



Amount brought forward



423,613 35



For Bar Iron, Bolts, etc., and Black-
smithing —

H. Bremfoerder ,

J. Gross ,

D. Koch

For Cotton-waste, Oil, etc. —

Leonard & Ellis

The Heekin Spice Co

Railway Supply and Manufacturing Co.

V^alvoline Oil Co

The Steip- Vogeler Drug Co

The Standard Oil Co

For Miscellaneous Purchases —

W. C. Cochran (assignee), cotton belt-
ing

S. Eastman & Co., deluge set

Wm, Gebhardt, cutting file

Jacobs Cordage Co., rope

G. Keyer & Co., ladder rounds

C. F. Lakeman (Secretary), horse-hire,
tackle, block, etc

John Stuck, wagon-cover

Wm. Thompson, packing

The Grasselli Chemical Co., acid

The Standard Oil Co., axle-grease. . . .

The E. W. Van Duzen Co., wagon-bell

The M. Werk Co., stearic acid

O. Weber, repairing ladder



HORSES, SHOEING, &c.

For Horses—

George Blong Horse No. 677

H. DilgSons " 676

** 684



Frank Fox Horse No.

Fromholz & German. "

Ed. V. Hauss

Gus H inkle **



681
667
682
679
680
687
688
689
690
694
695



Gus Koppel Horse No. 675

C. F. Lakeman, SecV, " 691

. «' * «• 697



Amount carried forward.




7.229 54



$430,842 89



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Cincinnati F^ire Department



313



Amount brought forward .



A. Mondiek Horse No. 656.

657.
665.
668.
671.
673.



Mook $1 Weil Horse No. 653.

6S4.
658.
664.
672.
686.



T. L. Murphy Horse No. 655.

" 659.

" 660.

" 661.

*' 692.



E. C. McKeever Horse No.

J. E. Munns

J. E. Munroe

D. Patton

Jos. Schott



662.

674.
670.
669.
663.
678.
683.
685.
696.



J. J. Sullivan & Co.



.Horse No. 666.
** 673.



For Shoeing—
J. Bellew

A. Binder

J. Boehringer

Wm. Boland

Brandl & Plogsted

B. Burdick

M. Burgoyne

Central Shoeing Co

C. E. Coleman

J. Cope

C. Dacey

Dacey & Miller

G. Elliott & Co

J. Eppensteiner

Freeman-avenue Horseshoeing Shop,

Geo. Frondorf

P. Graf & Son

A. Heuer

M. Kane

A, Keefe

Koch & Rodefeld



Amount carried forward ......



170 00
170 00
170 00
180 00
165 001
160 00.



185 ool
190 00;
175 00,
175 ooj
190 00
175 ooj



165 00

155 00

"55 00
185 00
200 00



160 00
170 00

137 50
160 00
160 00



160 00
160 00



3' SO

39 40
22 50

40 85
167 15
113 65
387 50

4855

99 25

94 10

44 50

28 00

83 60

86 00

55 82

6 00

176 20

'53 65

46 35

55 25

75 00



1,854 82



;3.045 00



430,842 89



1,015 ool



1,090 00



860 00
170 00
185 00
145 00
160 00



787 50
320 00



$7,777 50



$430,842 89



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



314



Annual Report



Amount brought forward.



A. Labbe

S. Lohr & Co

Milet & Riley

T. J. McCaffery

J. L. McCollum

A. Mueller

R. Roller

Rossiter & Tate

Ryan Bros

J/L. Schmalz

M. P. Schmidt

K. Schuettler & Son.
J. J. Sullivan & Co. .

O. Weber..

J. Wernicke

Woods k Son



For Rubber Shoes —

M. Burgoyne

Central Shoeing Co.
F. Schuettler & Son.
J.J. Sullivan & Co..



For Miscellaneous —
Ohio Humane Society, use ambulance,



HORSE FEED.
For Oats—

Early & Daniel

J. W'. Fisher & Co



For Hay—

Dewey Bros

Dickmeier Bros

Early & Daniel

J. W. Fisher & Co

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary.
Whitcomb & Root



For Bran, Oil, Corn, and Pasturage-
Early & Daniel

Geo. Frondorf

W. P. Stewart



For Miscellaneous —

C. Crane & Co., sawdust

Early & Daniel, bedding

H. Grotlisch, oats-cleaner

C. F. Lakeman, Sec'y, mending sacks.
U. S. Bung Mfg. Co., bedding



Amount carried forward.



[,854 82

103 50
54 95

H7 63
66 50

53 «5
25 50
'5 85
90 75
114 80
71 10

64 55

46 80

253 45
103 25

47 00
66 20



10 00

12 00

7 50

19 50



4,837 45
387 49



761 24
64 45
591 95
152 55
1,976 66
152 62



1.053 70

88 70

4 00



48 75

103 68

25 00

2 86

66 00



7,777 50



430.842 J



3,»79 80



49 00



3 50



11,009 80



5,224 94



3,699 47



1,146 40



246 29



10,317 «o
$45^»69 79



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Cincinnati Fire Department



315



Amount brought forward .



HARNESS AND HARNESS SHOP,



For Harness, Leather, etc. —
C F. Lakeman, SecreUry .

Langenbrunner & Co

The J. J. Bantlln Co

The Jacobs Cordage Co

The Perkins Campbell Co.



lo oo
14 50
25» '3
21 93
10 60



For Repairing Harness, etc. —
American Fire Engine Co. . .

H. Bremfoerder

E. Buckley

J. Gross

D. Koch

A. Kreuzinger

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary . . .



HOSE AND HOSE SHOP.





40


I


65


. «03


00


23


25


23


00


8 60


'


00



I



For 2»4-inch Hose— |

Eureka Fire Hose Co | 2,850 00

Fabric Fire Hose Co I 2,375 00

C^ueen-City Supply Co 650 00



For Miscellaneous —
American Fire Engine Co., expanding,

rings

J. Larken, repairing hose ^

The Gutta Percha and Rubber Mfg.:

Co., 500 feet i-inch hose

The Manhattan Rubber Mfg. Co.,;

4)^-inch suctions



118 99
60 00



165 00



HOUSE SUPPLIES. j

For Chairs, Carpets, Cleaning Carpets,
Linoleum, etc. —
Amer. Pneumatic Carpet-Cleaning Co.

Hartwell Furniture Co

G. Henshaw & Sons I

The John ShiUito Co

For Mattresses, Sheets, Spreads, etc.— '

B. Balkenhol

C. L. Greeno

J. Wuest !

I

Amount carried forward



56 66
142 75

84 45
407 40


8 90

19 27

169 00



452»>69 79



308 16



161 90



470 06



5.875 00



543 99'



6,418 99



691 26



197 17.



$888 43I $459,058 84



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



316



Annual Report



Amount brought forward .



For Miscellaneous Purchases—

Eureka Tackle-Block Co., block

Wm. G. Fischer Mfg. Co., stove sup-
plies

V. Knecht, stove

L. Kruckemeyer, stove, etc

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary, block, cast-
ings, etc '.

May, Stern & Co., desk

F. Schultze & Co., cuspidors

T. Stuck, awnings

The Wm. Miller Range and Furnace
Co., fire-pot, etc

W. F. Wesselman, painting library
boxes



MISCELLANEOUS SUPPLIES.

For Brushes, Brooms, Sponges, Soap,
etc. —



F. H. Claasen

B. Meyer

The Curry Woodenware Co. .
The Stein -Vogeler Drug Co.

The M. WerkCo

J. Wuest






For Ice—

Avondale Ice Co

H. Aylmore

J. H. Bauer

C. Bausch

Brighton Ice Delivery Co.

Bruggenschmidt

. H. Corbly

" Dobell

J. Ehman

D. Heis

M. Hesch

A. Henrich

Wm. Holthinrichs

Fred. Koester

F. Krug

Linwood Ice Co

E. Mulvihill

J. J. McCarthy

National Ice Co

New Star Ice Co

Wm. Ruskamp

Schrek, Jr ..

L. V. Schwartze & Co..
he Ice Delivery Co






Amount carried forward.



2 25



7 35
24 00


17 10


15 50

1500

7 87

4 50



4 07
I 50



132 00


132 00


5400


609 20


215 60


66 00


12 60


7 50


7 10


1360


7 40


7 45


7 40


7 45


15 00


7 45


14 90


II 80


6 85


If 40


40 60


"3 90


22 45


4 50


13 90


22 50


• 7 45


7 50


7 40


119 65



888 43



459,058



99 14



987



1,208 80



397 75



$1,606 55



$460,046



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Cincinnati Fire Department



317



Amount brought forward .



For Miscellaneous^-

American Pneumatic Carpet-Cleaning

Co., cleaning carpets

B. Balkenhol, repairing mattresses, etc.
A. Krippendorf, sawdust baskets

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary, stencils. . .

G, B. Me/er, hardware

T. F. Sigman, soap powder

The Jacobs Cordage Co., rope

The Railway Supply and Mfg. Co.,

cotton waste

Werner & Simonson, disinfectant for
bedroom



OFFICE.

For Books, Stationery, Stamps, etc. —

A. Buerge

C. F. Lakeman, Secretary

The W. B. Carpenter Co

The Webb Stationery and Prtg. Co.



CONTINGENCIES.

For Advertising—

Cincinnati Anzeiger

Cincinnati Commercial Tribune.

Cincinnati Enquirer

Cincinnati Freie Presse Co

Cincinnati Post Publishing Co. .

Cincinnati Times-Star Co.

Cincinnati Volksblatt Co

Cincinnati Volksfreund Co



For Miscellaneous—
J. P. Ahrens, services as examining

engineer

Commercial-Gazette Job Printing Co,

annual reports

A. Herschede, repairing clocks

£. G. Kinkead. fee, defending suit

against Captain G. P. Hufnagel .
A. Kreuzinger, services as examining

engineer

C. F. Lakeman (Sec*y), stenographic

work in Egan trial, tour of inspec

tion, freight tickets, etc

J. Murdock, Jr., badges, etc ,

The J. Shillito Co., mourning goods to

drape engine-houses

H. N. Webb, services as examining

engineer



20 42'

2 05I
45 001

3 50'

13 40
17 98
24 09I

71 89I

14 25



23 501
26 ool
26 75i

28 25I

26 251

27 50

27 ool



535 67|
2 501

I
125 ooj

2 50I



99 90;
6 7o|

113 08!
2 7oi



1,606 55



460,046 41



212 581



1,819 13



10 8oi
112 63)

«2 551

288 65 j



424 63



-I 206 75



I
890 05



1,096 80



Amount carried forward I t $463,386 97



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



318



Annual Report



Amount brought forward.



FIRE-ALARM TELEGRAPH.

For Electrical Supplies, Pipe, Wire, etc.

Wm. Riehl

Thos. J. Nichol & Co

The F. H. Lawson Co

The Post-Glover Electric Co

The Sundard Electric Co

For Miscellaneous —

American Fire Engine Co., lathe-
work, etc

A. Becker, trap-door springs

Buschle & Wuest, arm-pins

Central Brass Works, zinc castings. . .

Cincinnati and Hammond Spring Co.,
bell springs

C. Erhart, brake-arms

J. Griffith & Sons, arm-pins, etc

Kuhlmann Hardware Co., hardware..

C. F. Lakeman (Sec'y), painU, etc. . .

H. Miller, nickel, plating

Geo. Munz, iron braces, etc

The City and Suburban Tel. Ass'n,
telephone and switch-board rentals.

The Gamewell Fire-alarm Tel. Co.,
alarm boxes and a gong

The J. Theobald Co., paint, etc

Weatherhead & Co., paraffine, etc. . . .

Western Union Tel. Co., clock-rental.



CISTERNS AND PLUGS.

For Plugs, Stops, etc.—
Bourbon Copper and Brass Works :

54 single plugs

I extra large plug

Valves, repairs, etc



The Chas. Barnes Co. :
12 double plugs



Central Brass Works :
24 3-inch brass stops.
Repairs, etc



Thos. J. Nichol & Co. :
25 4-inch brass stops.
Repairs, etc



Queen-City Brass and Iron Works :
12 3-inch brass stops



Amount carried forward.



37 00
10 44

9 31
919 10

138 73



24 02

14 40
12 50

95 «o

54 ool
9 oo|

77 28

43 19
2 04
I 85

30 10

683 50

3,700 oo|
■ 541
7 5o|

15 00



L



594 00

40 00

442 92



264 ool

6 44!



381 ool
II 20;



463*386 97



1,114 58



4,771 02



1,076 92
264 00

270 44

392 20
115 20



$2,118 76



5,885 60



$469,272 57



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



Cincinnati Fire Department



319



Amount brought forward ,

For Miscellaneous —

C. C. Bragg, reimbursement for hy-
drants '. .

Broxterman & Walsh, sand

Enterprise Foundry Co., castings

J. Gleason & Co., blacksmithing

W. G. Hill & Co., salt

T. H. Kohmescher & Co., gum packing

D. Kolde, brick

Kuhlmann Hardware Co.,wrenches,etc,
C. F. Lakeman, Sec*y, cord-wood, etc.

L. H. McCammon Bros., cement

M. Schmerr, cementing around plugs.
J. A. Schneider & Co., blacksmithing.
The C. Kuhl Art Stone Co., repairing

around plugs, etc

The Trinidad Asphalt Paving Co., re

pairing around plug

Woods & Son, repairing plug-rod. . . .



Total Expenditures.



2,118 76



305 26

4 15
195 31
228 60


30 75
120 16


45 00
.1 95
6 24

8 80


2 50


35 22


6 80


75



469,272 57



3,"5 «5
$472,387 72



Digitized by VjOOQ IC



320



Annual Report



RECAPITULATION.



Balance from 1900.



RECEIPTS.



From taxes

I

Department Sales

Contingent Fund, drawn April 18, 1894, deposited ;
as a refunder



6.432 S(



479,44^ 8j
2,171 95



Total Receipts 488,251 6i



EXPENDITURES.



Services \ 405,887 72



Houses

Light and Fuel

Apparatus and Repairs

Horses, Shoeing, etc

Horse-feed

Harness and Harness-shop.

Hose and Hose-shop

House Supplies

Miscellaneous Supplies

Office Expenses

Contingencies

Fire-alarm Telegraph

Cisterns and Plugs



11,225 63


6,500


00


7,229 54


11,009


80 i


10,317


10


470


06


6,418


99


987


57


1,819


'^ i


424


63 1


1,096 80


5,885


60!


3,115


«5




■ ■ 472,307 72



Balance in fund December 31, 1901 $15,863 96



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Cincinnati Fire Department



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TABLE OF HOSE IN SERVICE BY COMPANIES,

AND NKW HOSE ISSUED IN 1901.





In Service December 31, 1901


Issued in 1901




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Fire Co. No. 1 . .
2

4


1,600
1,600
1,860
1,600
1,600
1,600
1.600
1,600
1,650
1.600
1,400
1,600
1,600
1,650
1,650
1,600
1,600
1,550
1,600
1,600
1,500
1,600
1,500
1,8U0
1,650
1,500
1,550
1,650
1,600
1,600
1,600
1,200
1,600
350
1,000
1,000
1,600


100
100
50
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
100




50
50
50


150
450
100
300
250
300
300
500
200
:«0


50
50


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1-22' 4I2

1-22' 4"


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7.
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50
50


1-23' 4i«


9 .
10
11


200






12 .




500
100
300

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200
250
250
100
200
150
200

150
50
100
100
150


50
50

50


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18








14

15 .
10




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17








18. . . .
19 .
20. .


100
100






21


100






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24
25 .


100







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26 . .
27...
28 .


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32.
33 .


500




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34 .


1,100









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36












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1,600


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11 . .










12..






50
120






13. .
Tool« wagon No. 1.
Water-tower








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1 1 -


Total


56,450


4,650


2,300


370


7,700


500


6



Hose on Hand at Hosk-shop December 31, 1901 :

2i2-Inch cotton hose.

150 feet 1-lnch rubber hose.
8 suctions.
50 feet ;{^-lnch rubber hose.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 1.



Northeast Corner of Race and Commerce Streets.



Oroanizko as Hand Company Ai'ril i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company July 17, 1856.



The engine, ** W. T. Perkins,*' in charge of this Company is a first-class new
Ahrens crane-neck engine, built by the American Fire Engine Company, of this
city, and is an improved double-pump engine and weighs 9,^70 pounds. The
cylinders are 9 inches in diameter with 8 inches stroke; the pumps are 5^
inches in diameter with 8 inches stroke. When working at full capacity, 325
revolutions per minute, discharges 1,069 gallons of water per minute, and was
placed in service May 5, 1897. The Company is composed of the following
members :



No.


Name.


NaUvlty.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Prank Retliig


America


Captain


48


No. 441 Pioneer street.


2


John A. Conners..


America


Lieutenant .


48


No. 32 Vine street.


:\


F. G. Schwab


America


Engineer....


38


No. 113 West Second street.


4


Chas. B. Bebrens-


America


Stoker


28


, No. 810 Mt. Hope road.


,">


M. MeNally

M.J. Carney


America


Driver


38


No. 200 West Front street


6


America


Driver


80


No. 68 Race street


7


Wm. Qierlnger


America




36


1 Engine-house.


8




America


Pipeman


30


No. 2611 Euclid avenue.



The house is in excellent condition. The Company has charge of the follow-
ing property: 4 horses, with harness complete; 1 hose-wagon, with 1,600 feet
2|^-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose, 50 feet 3-inch hose, with relief
valve and shut-off nozzle; a stationary heater and automatic connections com-
plete with engine boiler, and other equipments to make it effective.

Reserve Engine, "A. Lincoln,'* C.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 2.



Corner Ninth Street and Freeman Avenue.



Organized as Hand Company April i, 1853.

Organized as Steam Company March 28, i860.



The engine, **E. G. Megrue," of this Company is an extra first-class,
straight-frame Latta engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing Company,
of this city, and is a double-pump, direct-acting engine, 8 inches in diameter
of cylinder and 8 inches stroke ; pumps are 5 inches in diameter and 8 inches
stroke. When working at full capacity it discharges 900 gallons of water per
minute, weighs 8,500 pounds, and was placed in service March I, 1882. The
Company is composed of the following members :



No.


Name.
L. Uihlein


Nativity.


Position.


Age.


Residence.


1


Germany ....


Captain


48


No. 924 West Court street.





B. Fanning


America


Lieutenant..


37


No. 813 Freeman avenue.


3


Henry W led man..


America


Engineer


37


No. 1047 West Eighth steeet.


4


Jos. Fox


America


Stoker


43


No. 4 East Eighth street.
No. 1021 West Ninth street


5


Jos. Gear


Germany


Driver


42


G


Wm. Worst.


America


Pipeman


34


No. 910 Richmond street.


7


Wm. Kniemiller...


America


Pipeman


27


No. 1103 Purcell av., Price Hill.


8


Thos. Ck)le


America ....


Driver


40


No. 815 Freeman avenue.









This house is in good condition. The Company has charge of the following
property : 3 horses, with swinging harness complete ; I hose- wagon, with 1,600
feet 2|^-inch cotton hose, 50 feet 3-inch cotton hose, 100 feet i-inch gum hose ;
a stationary heater for engine boiler, with automatic connections complete, and
other equipments to make it effective.



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FIRE COMPANY No. 3.



Sixth Street, near Vine.



ORr.ANIZKD AS StRAM COMPANY APRIL I, 1853.



The engine, ** Abe Furst,*'* in charge of this Company is an extra first-
size, crane- neck Latta engine, built by the Ahrens Manufacturing Company,
of this city, and is a double-pump, direct-acting engine ; cylinder 8 inches in
diameter and 8 inches stroke ; pumps are 5 inches in diameter and 8 inches
stroke. When working at full capacity it dischai^es 900 gallons of water per
minute, weighs 8,800 pounds, and was placed in service June 11, 1881. The
Company is composed of the following members :



Ko.


Name.


Nativity.


Poaltion.
Captain


Age.


Residence.


1


Frank Wharty


America


47


Engine-houje.


2


J. L. Swim


America

America


Lieutenant..
Engineer


89
&3


No. 144 West Sixth street.


3


Edward Hartman


No. 3003 West Sixth street.


4


John Maloney


America


Stoker.-


32


No. 616 Vine street.





Wm. Beebe


America


Driver.-


40


No. 110 East Eighth street.


6


Peter Sch wind


America


Pipeman


28


No. 26 East Court street.


7


John Tierney


America


Plpeman


30


No. 2405 Concord street.


H Jofl. Knehnle


America


Driver


30


No. 1577 Race street.



This house is in good condition, having recently been remodeled and im-
proved. The Company has charge of the following property: 3 horses, with
stringing harness complete; i hose«wagon, with 1,850 feet 2^-inch cotton hose,
50 feet 3-inch cotton hose, 50 feet i-inch gum hose, with relief valve and
sbut-ofiT nozzle; a stationary heater and automatic connections complete with



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