Dan Hemingray & James Foley listed as members; Cincinnati glass manufacturing statistics, Cincinnati glass output increased

[Trade Journal]

Publication: Forty-First and Forty-Second Report of the Cincinnati Chamber of Commerce

Cincinnati, OH, United States
p. 284-285,35-36,44,58,64, col. 1


THE

TRADE AND COMMERCE

OF THE

CITY OF CINCINNATI.

POTTERY, ETC.

 

The business in pottery, at this city, both in manufactures and trade, was fairly satisfactory in 1889-90, as well as in the preceding year. Our jobbers generally report a favorable year's work, the business of the city having been well maintained. The active competition which there is between foreign and domestic manufactures is constantly in the direction of lower values, making itself felt, however, rather in a slow shrinkage than in marked changes at any one time. Our domestic manufacturers are steadily improving the quality and styles of their wares, and are each year more energetically contesting the ground with foreign producers. Cincinnati, in addition to its production of the usual ware of commerce, is making a steady advance in the manufacture of the higher grades of pottery, which is attracting more and more attention, both at home and abroad, for its artistic value, and the growth of which is to receive further stimulation by a completely new plant, with enlarged facilities, which will afford the founders of this meritorious work still better opportunities for improving a position already conspicuous in the higher walks of pottery production. Our glass manufacturers have increased their business, notwithstanding the fact that, in some respects, the summer was unfavorable to glass sales. This industry, in this city, has steadily increased its scope and its usefulness, which may be said of the glass manufacturers generally of the country. No other department of production has made, in late years, more rapid or significant progress, especially in the better grades, the time having already come when American glassware may be found in the shops of Europe.

TARIFF OF CHARGES

FOR

STORAGE, COMMISSIONS, TARES, ETC.


ADOPTED BY THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

SEPTEMBER 10, 1888.


RATES OF STORAGE.

 

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MEMBERS

 

OF THE

 

CINCINNATI CHAMBER OF COMMERCE AND MERCHANTS' EXCHANGE.

 

JULY 15, 1899.

 

NOTE The first column indicates the number of the Certificate of Membership; where a blank exists therein, the membership has no certificate. Where an official title in italics is annexed to a name, in the column under the head of "Name," such title, with the title of the corporation following may not express the present official relations of the member, inasmuch as this shows only the manner in which the name appears in the Certificate of Membership which is not changed till transferred on the books of the Chamber of Commerce under the rules of the same, though the official relations of the member to the corporation may have previously changed or actually terminated.

 

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Keywords:Hemingray
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Researcher:Bob Stahr
Date completed:January 8, 2011 by: Bob Stahr;