River commerce; Hemingray listed for 50 barrels of clay

[Newspaper]

Publication: The Cincinnati Daily Enquirer

Cincinnati, OH, United States
vol. 34, no. 159, p. 7, col. 1-2


Correspondence.

Manifest of steamer Anna, from St. Louis to Cincinnati: Louisville Krack, Reed & Co., 50 brls. white sand; Phil. Winkler & Son, 25 boxes soap; E. H. Vernon, 25 bxs. soap; A. Woolner Bros., 100 sacks rye; M. Speed & Co., 3 casks lead pipe; Alex. Hunter, 106 bdls. sunds.; Jackson, Loving & Co, 3 hhds. rags; Ronald & Bro., 3 lids, tobacco; Spratt & Co., 2 hhds. do. Covington Hemingray Glass Co., 50 brls. clay. Cincinnati Chas. H. Waters & Co., 50 cases merchandise; Jacobs, Stall & Co., 20 cases do.; Agent Cincinnati and Zanesville R. R., 35 brls. clay; Traber & Aubery, 130 tons pig iron; Freiberg &. Workam, 200 sacks rye; C. H. Bennett, 199 brls. flour; Eagle White Lead Co., 500 pigs lead; P. Andrew & Co., 290 bags rye and 25 bags wheat; A. S. Wrenn & Son, 100 brls. flour; Little Miami R. R., 10 brls. barytes; A. D. Bullock, 2 bags wool; Tempest Brockman & Co., 10 brls. white lead.

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Keywords:Hemingray
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Supplemental information: 
Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:April 4, 2011 by: Bob Stahr;