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Michigan

Jackson

I cannot close, however, without referring, with regret, to the resignation of Mr. Hiram H. Smith, who has served in the capacity of president from the organization of the company until recently. And while success has been secured only by the full, hearty, cordial and united efforts of the people residing along the entire line, we may here, in parting with him, as our chief executive officer, justly and gracefully say, that to his untiring efforts, more than to any other one individual we are indebted for success." Mr. Loomis has since continued to act as president, and is also general manager. B. S. Chapin was elected treasurer in 1871, and is still acting. Mr. Pringle is still secretary, having acted in that capacity since the organization of the company.

Jackson
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