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BOARD OF TRADE. (Continued from First Page. J the Committee on Legislation that no action had yet been taken by Councils Councils on the proposed new license tax ordinance. Mr. S. Cameron Young, bf Middletown, the well - known farmer, farmer, was elected a member, and the following propositions for new members members followed: Mr. T. F. Towsen, slater; Mr. W. W. J. Lescure and Mr. W. J. Snavely, of the Ilarrisburg Banking Exchange; Alfred J. Feight, Esq., of New Cumberland, and Mr. John Hart McAlarney, manager. The resignations of Mr. G. 31. Cobb, Mr. H. A. Astrich, Mr. W. II. Bushnell and Mr. G. D. Ogden were accepted. The latter was a member of the Board of Trustees, and Mr. Clark E. Diehl was elected to succeed him. The following nominations were made for officers for the ensuing year to be voted for at the February meeting: President, Hon. M. C. Ehy, Mr. T. P. Jerauld, Mr. S. W. Fleming and Mr. George A. Gorgas. Subsequently the name of Mr. Fleming was withdrawn. Treasurer, Mr. W. Jj. Gorgas. Secretary, Mr. W. A. Uiester and Mr. Wellington G. Jones. Trustees, five to be voted for, Mr. E. Z. Wallower, Mr. J. P. Melick, Mr. S. W. Fleming, Mr. Herman P. Miller, Col. II. C Demming, Major Joseph C. Smith, Itobert Snodgrass, Esq., and Mr. J. S. Sible. Auditors, three to be voted for, Mr. II. G. Cox, E. E. Biedleman, Esq., Mr. A. D. Bacon, Mr. II. C. Boss, Mr. J). IT. Heisey and Mr. S. W. Oyster. The. trustees and Committee on Entertainment Entertainment were authorized to arrange arrange for a collation after the annual annual election of officers at the next meeting.